University of North Texas - Yucca Yearbook (Denton, TX)

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Landscaped in grass, shrubs, and flowers, draped in the lush, deep green blankets of ivy, our buildings stand as symbols of higher education, beauty, and culture. On these next pages are pictured scenes that will live in our memory long after college days are over . . . M a r q u i s H a l l . . , and cz few of its shapely residents. j, If ws E Y, -N L. LL mf -qi 5 Q umm 4 J Sf -. .- -v 1 w, , ml , . 1 1 , v y gg ,Q A Y. 5, X A ,.- ,.., W -141. -Q ,.-.4 A . -. - 1 ,.-. . - .40- 11 1 ' . N-.Q 1 w .Q . .' 1 f 4 .463 - .. 5? K: 1 g Af- ' ,',,r,v , ' It 1 , . ., AN, , 4 f- ff A ,,,-'1. 1. -1 . ',. , .x.,-- .-r f 1 1 -HH -.,1-Z - :'.-:mf , Jffir' '-.. 1 X -, , . ,Jul .wi ' 7 .5 ,lm r, ..f .. .,, , , .Vw-Ska: , -.f rl' s e J- ' 4 L. Chilion Hall. During the war it Went to the Women, but now ii's "Pack 'those grips, qirls . . . the fellows move back next fall!" J-' - ..,-- . . 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"- '-".,.,QQp - , ' - -""' -1 15.5 -f 4' -527 ,. ' '- :- ' if '. 'N . M, nv. . ,tp , , .,. ,. I, . ,. Q S . -, . ---W S1391-1--1 ., . - W 1' 1- J-' -MF lm-is N :T - .n, : . ' 9 1, ff 'yjfm -- 'C ff "f'5gv 'g i 53"Wf' gill fliflzf 'A ' 5 gg -"q.'f,,5'l-A' f'-ff -4 -- R gf f i, fl . ff' 7"5f4'C5'?Tsir592Z-N' ' X '.3:1i"4.i-'ik s,'5 -any , iii? V- V - ,-. ,-,--- ,, V, -sign guazgtg-12,x QQ -gf mg? N -,, 'W - 5, f --f' - f - ...,, -fJ:,1:aV - -f x ,- 1K -we . ., , T.. 1 Q W V'-,f., :,,3. ,, QI- .1 - E2 Q if I 1 I , , I XM i .1' x ADMINISTRATION The President's Message THR RETURN or SPRING, the absence of war, and the ap- pearance of another yearbook should gladden the heart of every student of North Texas State College. Never before have nerves been so taut and feelings so easily ruffled as during the past tour years. Freedom has been restricted on every hand, sometimes of necessity and sometimes apparently without reason. All in all, both students and faculty have appraised the situations with which they have been confronted and have reacted Wtih commendable understanding. , The yearbook tor 1945-46 depicts for those of the future who may desire it an overall picture of college lite of today. It also reminds those of the present of the contributions which civilizations of the past have made to the lite of today. Barren would be the culture ot modern times were it stripped ot the influences of ancient Greece and Rome. I give to the staff ot the current YUCCA my hearty congratu- lations, and I bespeak for the annual a happy reception on the part of both students and faculty. W, 77ZcQmze5Z We E S o Standing, left to right: Dr. M. C. Eidson, Walter Woodul, N. S. Harrell, I-I. A. Turner. o Seated, left to right: l-l. L. Mills, Mrs. Sally 'Ward Beretta, V. A. Collins. Other members of the Board are: S. A. Kerr, Ir., W. L. Kerr, and R. L. Thomas. Honorable V. A. Collins President of the Board BOARD OF REGENTS DR. B. B. HARRIS De-an of the College MR. T. I. FOUTS Dean of M en DR. IMOGENE BENTLEY Dean of Women 1 X. lm- ' :- Y-iik ' an DR, ALEX DICICIE Registrar MR. DIXIE BOYD Business M cznczger MR. E. H. FARRINGTON Director of Placement DR. I. C. MATTHEWS Direcior of Teacher Education MISS HILDA HAYNES Executive Secretary of the EX-Students Association DB. IACK I OHN SON Dean, Graduate Division Departmental Directors , , 4 r W I Q - .A MR. I. H. LEGETT, Agriculture DR. CORA STAFFORD, Art DR. D. B. LLOYD, Bible DR. B. B. HARRIS, Biology DR. O. I. CURRY, Business Administration DR. I. L. CARRICO, Chemistry ffl FACULTY IESSIE E. ACILER Home Economics ANNA ALFORD Demonstration School MARY ANDERSON Music ROSE BAILEY Demonstration School SAM BARTON Economics GLADYS BATES Assistant Registrar WILLIAM BEEMAN Mathematics EARLE BLANTON Industrial Arts M. E. BONNEY Education ANN BRADLEY Demonstration School LOTTIE BRASI-IEARE Library HAROLD BRENHOLTZ Education C. A. BRIDGES History E. C. BRODIE English G. B. BROOICSHEAR Demonstration School MYRTLE BROWN ' Mathematics VIRGINIA CALLOWAY Spanish IsLA MAE CHAPMAN Home Economics VIRGINIA CLARKE Demonstration School NELLYE CLEVELAND English E. S. CLIFTON English GEORGIA COLLINS Secretary, Dean of Men Ross COMPTON Sociology W. A. COOPER Physical Educciion IOHNNYE CORE Demonstration School DONNIE COTTEHAI.. JACQUELYN CULL V. Y. CRAIG FLORENCE CULLIN ELAINE CUNNINGIIAM SARA DAPPEN C. C. DAVIS Physical Ed. Library Educctlion Demonstration School Library Home Economics Industrictl Arts I. H. DOUGEERTY Education REVA EBERT Physical Education MARGIA ERICKSON Demonstration School 33 X 'Hb ,ULN N 'B .Q , L i KC CBC 'A R f 's 1 r, lt, lp xx'lLsw I Z' . NA- ' Aim ' ' EL,:r1:'i ' my-'mm-Ju' , ...- .. ,-:fall 7 - W -- , :.-ugwkm, 49111 -nr .ii-3' .-?'.I'5'F5i.4::: 1- I is stlssfgiswr -' 'iiiilbb' SEE 5 i lift A t . W K ' ' - ,:......- N ' I i 1 ,U 59" 't t . f - B Ea-. 4- ' ill A I Departmental Directors 1. DR. I. C. MATTHEWS Director or' Demonstration School 2. DR. A. H. WORD Principal oz' Demonstration School 3. DR. IACK IOHNSON Economics F X I 5 F t-,,v, .,.-. v Y- -nf! DR. G. A. ODAM, Education DR. FLOYD STOVALL, English DR. HENRY DANNELLEY, Foreign Lcmgucrqes I 5 . l f . ...mail 6 11 if x lla t S i ,N N 4 1 i FACULTY R. B. Escun Louisa EVANS Chemistry Library Donms FASSETT Demonstration School KATHLEEN FLOOD L. P. FLOYD LILLIAN FOSTER THERON FOUTS Business Administration Chemistry Social Director, Oak Street Hall Dean Ol Men PATRICIA FOWLI-:H Iournatisin IACOUELINI-: GALLACJHER Home Economics LLOYD GARNEI1 Business Administration LEE G!BSON Music LILLA GRUBBS Secretary, Industrial Education VIRG!NIA HAILE English I. D. HALL Industrial Education SID HAMILTON Education B. B. HARRIS BI-:ULAH HARRISS Dean ol College Physical Education FORREST HEEIION Music HARHIET HEYER Music LLOYD HIIaBI:nD Music ONEITA HILDEBRAND English WALTER I-IODGSON Music BOBBIE HORNE Library MAX HUEBNER Education OLIVE JOHNSON Speech OLA JOHNSTON Biology ESTHER Kama Music LOIs KNOX Library A. G. KOENIG Education EDITH KUBECK Physical Education W. A. LAHIMER Business Administration I. H. LEGETT D. B. LLOYD Agriculture Bible EMMA LOU LONG Demonstration School EDITHA LUECKIJ Home Economics 35 32' ,,-1. I Y F .N X 'mi-we ii... K' Departmental Directors ,ff KIR4 I in, Y ll V Y 2 . xl DR. WALTER HANSEN, Geography MR. I. W. PENDER, Government DR. L. W. NEWTON, History DR. DR. MR. FLORENCE SCOULAR, H ome Economics S. A. BLACKBURN, Industrial Arts C. E. SHUFORD, Journalism E. , ,. 1, or, I ,. F A C U L T Y I. C. MATTHEWS Demonstration School MAURICE McADow Music S. B. IWCALISTER Government I. B. MCBRYDE Biology DUDE N. MCCLOUD News Service MARY MoCoRNnc Music CAROLYN MCMUl..I.AN Education IULIA MENETEE Home Economics MARGARET MIDDLBTON Home Economics HUGH MILLER Music PHOEBE MIZELL Demonstration School BYRGN NEWTON Business Administration MARGARET OWEN Home Economics I. W. FENDER Government DONA BELL PETERSON Library MAYDELL PoTTER Library RUTH PRIDDY Foreign Languages ANNABELLE PRITCHARD Education ET:-1ELsToN PROVENCE Music NIARGARET QUEBE Secretary, Graduate Division ELEANOR HAYNE Demonstration Schooi ALICE BELLE RICE Demonstration School ALAN RICHARDSON Music WALTER ROBERT Music TOM ROSE Business Administration H. G. HYLANDER Demonstration School SILVIO SctoNT1 Music FLORENCE SCOULAH Home Economics HAZEL SELF Library C. E. SHUPORD journalism FRED SLACK Physical Education MAMIE SMIT1-1 English F. C. SNOW Economics I. K. G. SILVEY Biology CORA STAFFORD An 37 A p- A Y X .I .MA .. .1-- T . T t V it K ? f-TA O rg T fr A T ' if i ' 1 'x ' . zegzxbg lknmliiiehk JT- I Sai T697 .f t WT-v. W To--T T T r'A Q 3' A f A hid X T X Q 3' 'qf Q Wt '1 -- :In X . T t E ,gigs 4, I, ' 4 ,J 1 If 5 i Q Pa "A 6, Q . lflt Les' 'SIS' i f - HT , It ' 4,4 nf., RTT. Te, Wg. ,T ,TR ,.TT TL. 4 . . Q ie wsms:" -' .. T T. T, Q. Tu ' W T. ,LT Q , ser t.. teas 'giji YHIA 1- " xhzieg T ,,. - 1 '35 Dj-f V, 5? -by if p " ' 4 MJ, '. 1 54.1 t Q Q R wt , -sity N 9 J. . 3 T X . fy ,.. - L, . 13 n A-g,-In . ft N 1 ,QUA F- 1-t "g"N .T. -., F T 1 T f- L T .TVV FF-A A5 L 1' Tm 1-.L +L . . T4 r 5' ' V 4 . . T ,T . "TK-132.-TCT -- . . gltxivg T. A -- 'Bam s.,- .. v- t T .HT-TL: T 'L 1" -: I IRQ. .L - .::...TT .HT QYSL "" ' A T ez W . T Rf W. T . L ? 'Han if 1 RT. L ik, Pit Hu N EE-T V 15 ' P 2 Ai: - 2' 1 -T 'Ex ,, -.Tj S. J' l V T E f T F T. X Departmental D recto '- f'1"a '1' . . - ' vs"'-' . ,f -'xx I THQQ-1 'T x Umm J iv 75 'mu w TMET! ' . ,T wp, ml'-' " '5 ' ,.y nw ' ff' ' J., X ,ff ' Qu 4' nm. ff M KW :Q-'wc ' ' QJ-1 DR. A. M. SAMPLEY, Library MR. AMOS BARKSDALE M athematzcs DR. W. C. BAIN, Music MR. T. I. FOUTS, PhysiccrIEducc1t1on MR. L. L. MILLER, Physlcs MRS. OLIVE IOHNSON, fy x x.. 4 A X 11 f , 5, WW: FACULTY MARGIE STAFFORD Demonstration School EVA STAPLETON Demonstration School AEDATH STEDMAN Business Administration Ti-1uRsA STE1-:D Physical Education MARY SWEET English MARY SWINDLE Library OUITA TAYLOR Registrar, Demonsiration School DOROTHY THOMAS Library MARTHA IEWELL THOMAs Demonsfrailon School PAYE THOMPSON Physical Education SAMUEL THICKEY Demonstration School PRICE Tnuirr Chemistry EDNA TURPEN Textbook Library I. F. WEBB Education M. P. WELLS English ROY T. WILL Music COHA BELLE WILSON History A. H. WORD Demonstration School OPAL WRIGHT Business Administration 39 - . 1 1 I ,K- ti 533 i i i i it A 2 l 4 ..-EQ ,,ar QE? ,UV , tv -'.. ft mE'i-15.' Q! 1 fygwl O- ,A g -xv' o President McConnell presides at faculty meeting .A -- .:.-.. - , -- W- THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL The Athletic Council, made up oi five faculty members and four class repre- sentatives, has general supervision and direction of intercollegiate athletics for men, determines the eligibility ot athletes, and presents awards and letters. Members of the Council are as follows: I, W. Pender, Chairman and Rep- resentative at the Lone Star Conference, Miss Beulah I-larriss, Secretary, Dr. B. B. Harris, Mr. E. H. Farrington, Mr. Dixie Boyd, Mr. T. I. Fouts, Welby Wil- liams, Charles Lawhon, Frank Van Zandt, and Glen Cox, o Standing, left to right: Farrington, Harris, l-larriss, Fouts, Pender. Q Seated, left to right: Williams, Lawhon, Cox, Van Zandt. 40 tr? o Standing, left to right: Lentz, Walker, Henley, Mullins, Collins, Greer, Hideout, Ervin Bates Held Cross o Seated, left to right: Hall, Grubbs, Ioshua, Turpen, Gibson, Haynes, Bogan, Quebe, Ray Taylor EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES You don't hear much about them from afar, but when you find yourself in need of assistance from the administrative offices it doesn't take long to find out with Whom you Will be dealing. The executive secretaries are indeed the unsung heroes-"the men behind the men behind the gun." Of course they aren't really men, they are ladies, and they know their business. They handle practically all routine affairs, and much that is not routine, give invaluable aid and advice to the students, and take a large share of the burdens from executive shoulders. 41 FINE ARTS COMMITTEE Supplementinq the cultural aspect of the college curriculum, the Fine Arts Committee brings to the North Texas auditorium many of the finest artists in the World. The committee is composed of faculty members and four elected student representatives. Members are: Dr. Sam B, McAlister, chairman, Dr. W. C. Bain, Mrs. Myrtle Hardy: Mr. Dixie Boyd, Mrs. Dude McCloud, Dr. Donnie Cotteral, Anita Pickard, Oscar Lentz, Mary McKnight, and Martha Shively. o Standing, left to riqht: Boyd, McAlister, Lentz. . o Seated, left to right: Cotteral, McCloud, Pickard, Mcliniqht, Shively. 42 o Standing, lett to right: Matthews, Sampley, Newton, Harris, Odarn, Dickie, Bain o Seated, left to right: Carrico, Mc!-Xlister, Quebe, Iohnson, Stafford, McConnell. GRADUATE COUNCIL The Graduate Council determines the policies ot the Graduate Division of the Colleqe. These policies are administered by the Chairman. Members are: Dr. lack Iohnson, Dean, Miss Marqaret Quebe, Secretary, Dr. I. C. Matthews, Dr. Arthur Sampley, Dr. L. W. Newton, Dr. B. B. Harris, Dr. G. A. Odam, Dr. Alex Dickie, Dr. W. C. Bain, Dr. I. L. Carrico, Dr. Sam B. Mcltlister, Dr. Cora Stafford, Dr. W. I. McConnell. 43 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-fraternity Council governs the rush activities of the various fra- ternities and coordinates between the fraternities and the Dean of Men's Office Members are: Mr. Wm. G. Woods, Assistant Dean of Meng Ted Koonce Hoyt McElroy, Welby Williams, Walter S. Harpool, and Eugene Richardson Welby Williams is president of the council. o Seated, left to right: Richardson, Williams. o Standing, left to right: Koonce, Woods, McElroy, Harpool. V -4 if 9, t ,1 : 44 0 Left to right: Buble, Bentley, Taturn, Tullos, Yarrell, Alford, Bragg, Lassiter, Hester INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL. The council Was organized in order to intermediate between the Office of the Dean of Women and the sororities and to govern the rush functions of the sororities. Activities for the year included a stunt night, produced by the pledges, and the inter-sorority dance, The council is sponsored by Dr. Imogene Bentley. Officers for the fall semester were Bertha Ann Buble, presidentg Betty Alford, vice-president: Winona Tullos, secretary. For the spring term they are Vxfinona Tullos, .presi- denty Gretchen Timmis, vice-president, Yvonne McMurray, secretory. ' Members: For the fall: Doras Bragg, Helen Hester, Io Lassiter, Bertha Ann Buble, Irma Tatum, Winona Tullos, Marilyn Yarrell. For the spring: Martha Kunkel, Mary Edith Looney, Yvonne McMurray, Sherry Milholland, Irma Tatum, Gretchen Timmis, Winona Tullos, Marilyn Yarrell. . 45 .six into PUBLICATIONS COUNCIL The Publications Council is composed of live faculty members, the editors of the various college publications, and one member of each of the tour classes. The council decides general issues of policy of the student publica- tions, selects editors for these publications and approves the staffs. Members are: Dr. M. P. Wells, chairman, Dr. F. M. Darnell, Mrs. Dude N. McCloud., Mr. I. D. Hall, Mr. C. E. Shuford, Bob Stanley, Burl Stiff, Clydene l-loke, Bill Darnell, Odell Herod, Iames McNeese, lames Goode, and Virginia Doggett. o Standing, left to right: Stanley, Shuford, Darnell, Herod, Hall, McNeese, Goode. o Seated, left to right: McCloud, Wells, Darnell, Doggett. t 46 ' C' Q , ' v ' fm 4 T, ' V -e , ,V,, l V , - , 5 V- 1. 3 A , ' "" ' . 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Masters Chemical Society, secretary-treasurer, '43-'44, president, '44345 ' If GREAR, SHIRLEY Music Albuquerque, N. M. Sigma Alpha Iolag' Symphony Orchestra: Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Society HARTGROVES, BERYL Business Administration Naples JONES, IAMES H. Chemistry Crawford JONES, Mas. JAMES H. Art Crawford Ianell and lean have found a man with firm character. , ., .,-., -1 -my 1-Q:--: - Miss Anna Alford keeps the kindergarten still "" ""' ' " -E"'JT-"' long enough to make a picture. Il MARCIA, IOHN A. Chemistry Dallas MCCLOUD, LELAND Economics-Business Ad. Graham i Graduate Club, treasurer, '45-'46p Gamma Iota Chi, secretary, '45-'46 , l Sigma Alpha Iotap Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chip Iunior and Senior Mary Ardensg Garnmadionsf Women's Choir, Graduate Club, corresponding secretary v ,f..-.L I - . Q, NoRRIs,LoNN1E L. Industrial Arts Fort Worth Gamma Iota Chip Industrial Arts Club: Graduate Club PARKHILL, VIRGINIA Music Knox City l . Q i - PERRY, MARY AILEEN Music N ewlcirlc, Ol-zla. Graduate Club, vice-president: Sigma Alpha Iota, Symphony Orches- trap String Orchestrag Band, String Ensemble , REYNOLDS, BILL Music Fort Worth Graduate Class, vice-president: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, A Cappella Cholry Beethoven Choir: Bohemian Girl Cast J A Tia, , Ll I - STRICKLAND, Mas. INEZ Elementary Ed. Rogers, Arlc. . WRAY, WANDA Elementary Ed. Newcastle MIDDLETON, IEANETYTE Music Denton .,,, ,-. .. ,, ,., .,, - ,Y . , 4, Il,-D :Z 4 .4 :J ' I7 POLLY STRICKLAN D Secretary-Treasurer Sf I 1 MARTHA TAYLOP Vice-President CLAUDE.. CAMPBELL President ESTALENE LLOYD, Reporter ALEXANDER, BILL Music Canton, Ohio Symphony Orchestra ALEXANDER, HELEN Music Longview Y LV Baptist Student Union, libvrg5,t!glrimjgt3-'44, music chairman, '44-'45, presi- : dent, '45-'46: Gammadions: Alpliaufllii: Kappa Delta Pi: Mu Phi Epsilon: A Cappella Choir: Beethoven Chorus: Symphony Orchestra: String Sinlonietta: Women's Choir, '45 l ALEXANDER, IESSIE Speech Arlington Iunior Current Literature Club, viceepresiclent, '43: Senior Current Litera- ture Club, program chairman, '45-'46: Quintilian Club, president, '45-'46: College Players: Sociology Club: Dean's List ANDERSON, MRS. MARY ANNA Elementary Ed. Munday .6 'Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Chi I ' ANTOINE, BETTY A Physical Education I Paris Kappa Kappa Kappa, treasurer, '46: Senior Mary Ardens: Physical Education Professional Club: Women's Recreational Association ARNOLD, EUGENIA Business Administration Blossom Vi' Pi Omega Pl, secretary: Paris Club BABE, BILLIE IOYCE Business Administration Elbert Iunior Current Literature Club, treasurer, '43-'44: Senior Current Litera- y ture Club, '44-'45, '45-'46: Sociology Club: Dean's List: Who's Who at in? North 'Texas State College, '45-'45 ' "' ,-.xt f BAKER, LAMARYLIS Music Weatherford WOXIIGDIS Choir, '42-'43, '44-'45, '45-'46g Baptist Student Union, social vice-president, '44-'45 BAKER, MRS. VIRGINIA GILBERT Business Ad. Lipan frbf, A .J g we X N Old home week at Chilton Hall. WQJ Shively and Keck seem to have Bob and Red under control. I BENNETT, EVELYN Business Administration Dallas , , A , y t BENNETT, JAMES G. Music Gainesville W. A r I l f A A Cappella Choir: College Players: OperaiWorkshop f ,, f J - i ' A' f' t S tl- --' ji , I , f ' BOGARD, IMOGENE Business Administration Rochester ' A 1 f A - ' Kaghlir Sorority: Senior Mary Ardens f ' ' .e:. '-. A ' A Ti' , 1 BOTTOMS, PATRICIA Elementary Education Quanah i ' :il - ' Gamrnadions- Iunior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs .tif Liar? 3' I . s X ' A l BRADLEY, ROSEMARY Business Administration Mabanlc Senior Mary Arden Club: Camera Club: Honor Council - BRAGG, DORAS Home Economics Bonham 'Ellen H. Richards: Senior Mary Arden Club: Kappa Delta Pi, treasurer: Delta Chi Delta Sorority, vice-president, president: Alpha Chi: Green Iackets: House Presidents' Club ' BRAGG, IANE Music Bonham Gammadions: Iunior Mary Ardens: Alpha Chi: Organ Guild: Kaghlir Sorority: Sigma Alpha Iota, corresponding secretary: Bonham .Club BRANTON, LOU ELLA Elementary Education San Angelo Psi Chi: Elementary Council BROADEOOT, GENE Speech Bonham Girls' Forum Council, secretary: Quintiliom Club, reporter: College Play- ers, reporter: Bonham Club: Modern Dance Club: Radio Players: W.H.A.: Camera Club: Dean's List: Who's Who at North Texas State Teachers College: WhO's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '45-'46 51 , T....TA.-, ......Y,Y ., 77 YV 'f 5 J li' l sy t ll 1 1 Q in if, E W A, , ,. BROCK, LOU Art Abilene Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority: lunior and Senior Mary Ardens: Alpha Rho Tau: Future Teachers of America: Sociology Club: Math Club BROWN, CAROLINE Music Kilgore Sigma Alpha lota: 'A Cappella Choir h 'PEA BROWN, MARTHA Elementary Education Georgetown Delta Chi Delta Sorority: Green Iackets: Elementary Council: Iunior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Yell Leader: Favorite, '45-'46 C- 2 L " V y A 1, Y il?--Si, BROWN, NELDA Library Service Pottsborc 3 ' Alpha Lambda Sigma: McCracken Club, '45-'46 2 . , A - 5 L t, BROWN, MARY NELL DAVIS Physical Ed. Granbury H,m. -Eg? 'j'f,ff', Delta Psi Kappa, president, '45: Physical Education Professional Club t"':t:'1t ,:.',:, it 'll 7""'r'fi' 'i 'i 'EE TEE ? BURLESON, HERMAN Government Groesbeclc Debate Club: Psychology Club BURTON, SUE Music Clarendon Band: Women's Choir: Beethoven Choir: Oratorio Choir CALDWELL, ROBERT Government Denton Beta Alpha Rho Beta I CALVIT, EMMA LOU Sociology De Kalb lunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Sociological Club: Inter- national Relations Club: Dean's List: House Presidents' Club Hunters find nice game . . . but which are the hunters? I Dr. Scionti chats with dancer Wayne. CARLILE, ALLA DEEN English Mission Gammadions: Kappa Delta Pi, president: E. D. Criddle Historical So- ' L ciety, president: Phi Alpha Theta, vice-president: Sigma Tau Delta, reporter: Alpha Chi: Senior Mary Arden Club: Sigma Delta Pi CARRING'roN,NAoMr L -'Music f C L lames Junior Current Literature Club: Senior Current Literature Club, presi- dent, '45-'46: House Presidents' Club: Wo1nen's Choir CARROLL, YVONNE Business Administration Lewisville Iunior' and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Camera Club: Kaghllr Sorority: Future Teachers of America , CARTER, EVA Physical Education ' Dallas W.R.A., president: Physical Education Professional Club, vice-president: Green Iackets: Iunior and Senior Current 'Literature Clubs CASON, LUCILLE Business Administration Denton 1 Camera Club! GATE, DOROTHY 'PAY Home Economics Van,I-llstyne Baptist Student' Union Council, vice-president: 'Junior Current Literature Club, treasurer: Ellen H. Richards: House Presidents' Club CHANDLER, MARIANNA Math-Library Service M exia Gammadions: Junior Mary Arden Club: T. C. Math Club, secretary: Alpha Chi, president: Kappa Delta Pi: McCracken Club, secretary: Alpha Lambda Sigma: Psi Chi: Honor Council CHARLES, GOLDIE English C Bridgeport Associate-editor of Campus Chat: Editor, Campus Chat: Press Club, president: Sigma Tau Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Camera Club CLAUNCH, ANN Music Maypearl Senior Current Literature Club: WOmen's Choir: Symphony Orchestra 52 liyiigivreer : it , t l t t CLAUS, GEORGEEN English M unday COLE-MAN,RUTHALM1-i Elementary Ed. Vanderbilt Future Teachers of America: Elementary Council Coorc, DoRoTHY BAY Business Ad. McKinney Delta Chi Delta Sorority: Iunior and Senior 'Mary Arden Clubs House Presidents' Club, reporter: Camera Club COOPER, BESSYE GEORGE Physical Ed. Kerrville Junior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Green Iackets, parliarnentarian '44-'45: Modern Dance Club: Psi Chi: Professional Club, president W.R.A.: Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority, secretary: Freshman class secretary: Favorite, '44-'45: Pin-Up Girl, A.S.T.P., '42-'43 COX, MILDRED Home Economics Tahoka Cimwronn, ELIZABETH Government Lewisville Debate Club: Gammadionsg International Relations Club, Future Teach ers of America: Dean's List Cnoss, BETTY Business Administration Parr: Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority, treasurer: Senior Mary Arden Club secretary: Iunior Class Representative, Personnel Council: Parts Club vice-president CROUCH, BETTY Library Service McKinney lunior Mary Arden Club: Green Iackets, secretary: McCracken Club Alpha Lambda Sigma: l-louse Presidents' Club, reporter CUMM1NGS,ANNA I. Business Ad. Grapevine Physical Education Professional Club: House Presidents' Club Senior Current Literature Club: International Relations Club: WBA Chamber of Commerce watermelon feast . . . the best advertisement is iood. l ,f" , , y A l , T , 4, ., , 7 hmv, I HHNJI mp: Anim if Fresh Newton. No problem was too great. . . POWLER, BILLIE IEAN Elementary Ed. Denton Elementary Council PREDRICKSON, BETTY Home Economics Kilgore Ellen H. Richards: Dallas Dietetics Association FROST, BARBARA Business Administration Dallas Gamrnadions: Pi Omega Pi: 'Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi, secretary: Iunior 'and 'Senior Mary Arden Clubs FROST, MAVIS Io Business Ad. . Bryan's Mill House- Presidents' Club: Social Ethics Club: Iunior Mary Arden Club GARDENHIRE, NQRMA IEAN Art Sherman Alpha Rho Tau: Physical Education Professional Club: Current Litera- ture Club GARY, RUTH Accounting Tioga Pi'Omega Pi: Math Club: International Relations Club, secretary-treas- urer: Who's XVho at North Texas State, '45"46 GEDDIE, NOLEN D., IR. Biology Athens Alpha Phi Omega: Pi Phi Beta: W. N. Masters Chemical Society: Assistant in Biology and Chemistry Departrnents GERDING, I. L. Spanish Denton Sigma Delta Pi GOODE, WILLIAM E. Chemistry Denton Math Club: W. N. Masters Chemistry Club: Gamrhadions: Who's Who at North Texas, '45-'46: Assistant in Chemistry Department. 54 ELDER, OLETA Home Economics Clifton Ellen H. Richards: W. N. Masters Chemical Society ELLIS, MARY EVELYN English Port Arthur Sigma Tau Delta: Senior Mary Arden Club: Gammadions: Women's Choir 4 ELMORE, MRS. NAOMI G. Henrietta West Texas Club: Choral Club: Physical Education Club PAW, BOSALYNI Library Service Eunice, N. M. Math Club: Student Assistant in Library: Bridge Club ' FEAGAN, WANDA History Stephenville E. D. Criddle Historical Society l FERGASON, DE EVA Horne Economics Fort Worth FINNELL, HELEN Music A Dallas Siqma Alpha Iota: Delta Chi Delta, president '44-'45: 'House Presidents' Club, president '44-'45: Honor Council: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: Favorite '44-'45: Vice-president oi Sophomore Class: Presi- dent oi Iunior Class: Symphony Orchestra: -Strtnq Sinfonietta Orchestra: Ir. and Sr. Mary Arden Clubs: Sophomore Princess of May Fete: Varsity Girl '44: Inter-sorority Council: Fine Arts Committee FISHER, MARTHA ELIZABETH Elementary Ed. Texarkana Women's Choir: Senior Mary Arden Club: Elementary Council, reporter FOSTER, ANNA LEE Home Economics El Paso Sr. Current Literature Club: Ellen l-l. Richards Club: House Presidents' Club: Ir. member Dallas Dietetic Association: Student Assistant in Home Economics Department Orange iuice at 7 a. rn. :Q 151 'ix ' - ,' L Q 1' - I , u ,ffl i V. 4? ' , - r 4' ' v i 5 LIEPL -Q i 'Y fgkiy' . J .N ' A3312 ' I T'.,A 1' . , ' ggng? Q.. , . ' 1' . ' ' "l1'i3tt"J I fiigtfiji ' ".,.:f,.' "wi ET if l"' - . If gf:-f or 'Z -- ' .Ft ,fy ,. ,,.', '.'?.,1'g:' , qi, ,fl it tr 41 21321. 5. ' A I.-5 :.,- . xc- 1, -i 'iliizif 2 It l I I .Arita .w ' 'xltcil -,Pr ' ' l . fri I ' j -M ' fc ,Qgivr -.nf . ' 51,5 -I - . . A, , ' 1. XT! 1' GRANT, WANDA Home Economics F ort Worth Green lackets: Ellen H. Richards: College Band: Senior Current Literature Club GRIGSBY, IEANNE Music Fort Worth GRIMES, LILA LEE Business Administration Temple Senior Current Literature Club, secretary GRUBBS, KENNETH R. Economics-Government Crandall Gamma Iota Chi, treasurer, '45-'46: International Relations Club HALL, MARY BETTY Business Ad. McKinney Green lackets: Pi Omega Pi: Camera Club HARTCRIDER, IoY Nutrition Mt. Pleasant Ellen H. Richards HARMON, VIRGINIA Physical Education Dallas Iunior and Senior Mary Arclens: Modern Dance Club: Physical Educa- tion Professional Club HARRIS, BESSIE Music Giddinqs Senior Mary Arden Club: Sigma Alpha Iota: A Cappella Choir HATCHER, JAMES L. Economics Marshall Gamma Iota Chi: Psi Chi: John W. Dewey Philosophical Society Nope, the mail's not quite up yet. . ii .1 1 g.L'..tL ,- , Janie Teipel debates before critical audience. HAVRAN, IRENE Home Economics Knox City Ellen H. Richards HAYNES, WENDLA Sociology Athens Kappa Theta Pi Sorority, rush captain, '45-'45, reporter, '44-'45: Iunior Mary Arden Club: Sociology Club, secretary, '44-'45: Honor Council, '43-'44 HAYNIE, MARIORIE ANN Business Ad. Denton Victory Council, secretary: Delta Chi Delta, secretary, reporter: Senior Mary Ardens: Alpha Chi: Pi Omega Pi: College Players: Gammadions: Green Iackets: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '45-'46 Hays, ROSA ANN Home Economics Denton Garnmadions: Ellen H. Richards: W. N. Masters Chemical Society: House Presidents' Club: Senior Current Literature Club: Archery Club HENDERSON, RUTH Music Marshall Mu Phi Epsilon, vice-Apresident: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '45-'46 HENNING, MARION Music Bowie A Cappella Choir: Mu Phi Epsilon: Alpha Chi: B. S. U. Council: Gammadions HEsrER, HELEN Business Administration Dallas lunior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Pi Omega Pi, vice-president, '45-'46: Inter-Sorority Council: Kappa Theta Pi Sorority, treasurer, '44-'45- Camera Club vice president '45'46 T-IIETT IUNE Business Administration Arlington Kappa Theta P1 Sorority Cam ra Club Blue Notes Quartet Industrial Arts Club House Pre idents Club h Q - ' ' : 9 ' 2 -N at L, HILL, NORMA BERYL Library Service Temple 'il C ' : s' ' ' 'Q ' 'Tl ' . 55 5.25255 A rf- HOLMES IOHN D Music Fort Worth f .' Q -ft 515 ff. . ,.E2 ,,,::--Q . I '-'- ' HONEYGUTT MRS BONNIE Elementary Ed Big Sandy I . F" 11: sie' '-. L I N , V t, . . l I HOOTEN, IOY Home Economics Celina , I it I Q I I W R . HOOTEN MARY ALICE Music Lubbock A HOPKINS MARGARET Business Ad Krum T I .1 f' I . .Q W ig, GPX AMMKYQ l tiki R 1 1 Aw, you can study for thatEnq1ish quiz tomorrow, Chick. . . HUGHES, WANDA Mathematics Breckenridge Mathematics Club: Alpha Rho Tau HUNT, VIRGINIA History Marshall E. D. Criddle Historical'Society: Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Delta Psi Kappa IMMEL, BETTY English Overton Iunior 'Current Literature Club: House Presidents' Club: College Band Twirler - ISBON, IEANELLE Business Ad. Whitesboro Camera Club: Green Jackets IESKE, VIOLA Home Economics Priddy lunior and' Senior Current Literature Clubs: Ellen H. Richards, treasurer IONES, CATHRYN Business Administration Odessa Green Jackets: House Presidents' Club: W.R.A. IONES, EI. DAMAVIS .Elementary Education ' Clifton 'vVornen's Glee Club, '42-'43: Women's Choir, '43-'44: Elementary Council, vice-president, '45-'46: Senior Current 'Literature Club: Educa- tion Orqanization, vice-president: Future Teachers of America, '45-'46 IONES, IURACY Business Administration M unday IULIAN, MRS. MARIE History Copeville E. D. Criddle Historical Society 56 HOLLAND JANE Elementary Education ra HOLLOWAY, It-:ANNE Speech Jonesboro HOLMES WANDA IAY Music Austin HUDGINS GLADYS Biology Krum KELLAR, WANDA Library Service Sweeny Senior Current Literature Club, reporter: House Presidents' Club, president, '45-'46: Green Jackets: Kaghlir Sorority: McCracken Club KEELER, LAVERNE Education Zephyr Elementary Council: House Presidents' Club: Iunior Current Literature . , Club: Gammadions: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi Z . KELSAY, IUNE Home Economics Marlow, Olcla. W. N. Masters Chemical. Society: Ellen I-l. Richards: House Presidents' Club KIMBROUGH, VIRGINIA Education Denton Mary Ardens: Elementary Council KING, DOROTHY Business Administration Corsicana Kaghlir Sorority KOONCE, BARBARA Education Dallas Kaghlir Sorority, secretary: Varsity Girl, '45: Marquis Hall President: Girls' Forum: Iuntor and Senior lvlary Ardens: Gammadions: Elemen- tary Council: House Presidents' Club: Honor Council KOONCE, TED Physical Education Fort Worth Talon Fraternity: Who's Who at North Texas State, '45-'46 KUSCH, IMAROSE Elementary Education Sherman Elementary Council LAss1rER,MAnY IO Education Houston Kaqhltr Sorority, vice-president, '45-'46: International Relations Club, secretary-treasurer, '44-'45: Senior Mary Arden Club: Who's Who at North Texas State, '44-'45: lnterSorority Council, '45-'46 Bill tBlythe Spirit! Coleman polishes a vase. ,A lt' ' 1 Come out from behind that mask. Teeta. we know you. LENTZ, OSCAR H. Economics San Antonio , , Iohn Dewey Philosophical Society, president, '45-'46: Gamma Iota Chl, vice-president, '45: International Relations Club: Fine Arts Committee, senior representative, '45-'46 Lswrs, WINONA MAE Library Service Denton Alpha Lambda Sigma: W.H.A.: Math Club: Physical Education Protes- sional Club LLOYD, ESTALENE Music Indianapolis, Ind. Green Jackets: Mu Phi Epsilon: Student Religious Council: vice-presi- dent: Symphony Orchestra: String Orchestra: Band: Pit Orchestra: Press Club: Reporter, senior class, '45-'46 gf- -f:- ---A--we-A LOUGHMILLER, IULIA Business Ad. Canton Pi Omega Pi: Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs LUCAS, Mas. Lors GREER Business Ad. Gainesville Delta 'Psi Kappa LUMPK1N,MARY Library Service Ioy Camera Club: Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Ellen H. Richards: McCracken Club: W.H.A.: Baptist Student Union: Dean's List tes " 'A w A.: 'MQ ?'t'fg'l'L ,l2'f'5:Q wfftr .qi -" ' , . ,- ,' "ll f .,, ": . 4' . T-'Q ln LQ, "tile l LUSOOMB, EDWIN Business Administration Weston Q Camera Club: Pi Omega Pi: Gamma Iota Chi: Future Teachers of t America l . ly LYNN, CLARA BETH Music Ballinger MARTIN, MAURINE Business Administration Winnsboro Gammadions: Math Club: Junior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Pi Omega Pi: Alpha Chi: Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority 57 wi .rs .p 5' y . Lal . r t ,fp ,,. Bm- fl I ,I pole, , I . lj--if' . .,.,: ,Q . , , L . 1 W 'jp D L, as . v :sp v,t pil". A. I t p -Jfpntftiig J - l LV,-mfg.-,, -, L "gi.'1t1v?'i?- . pf , 't Qi r-fha' I l l F 4 t p p i MArT1soN, MARJORIE Chemistry Fort Worth W. N. Masters Chemical Society, presidentp Math Clubp Alpha Chip Senior Current Literature Clubp Chemistry Assistant MAYES, MARY MARl'HA Biology Dallas Psi Chip Senior Current Literature Club MCDONNELL, MAXINE' Education Abilene Ellen H. Richardsp Elementary Council MCELROY, HoY'r Business Administration Denison Sinnae Fraternity, vice-presidentp Aces ot Collegeland, drumrnerp Math Club MCILVAIN, CHARLES T. Industrial Arts Pecos Press Clubp Physical Education Professional Clubp Industrial Arts Clubp Gamma Iota Chi MCKAY, RUTH English Agp Alpha Chip Kappa Delta Pip Sigma Tau Deltap Psi Chip Sigma Delta Pip Math Clubp Future Teachers of America, presldentp Senior Current Literature Clubp Who's Who at North Texas State, '45-'46p House Presidents' Club MCKEE, LEWIS IEANNE Biology Archer City Gamrnadionsp Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubsp W. N. Mas- ters Chemical Societyp Alpha Chip Pi Phi Betap Biology Assistant MCMAIiIN, GBACIE Business Administration Weatherford MCMUERAY, YVONNE Business Administration Dallas Gammadionsp Green Iacketsp International Relations Clubp Pi Omega Pi, reporterp Senior Mary Ardens, vice-presidentp Kaqhlir Sorority, rush captain, vice-presidentp Inter-sorority Council V l X l : Q - l l it .V 1. V p l 'Ali fl , . 2- ' . Beeman crcons off-key at Freshman assembly Lip,-V w,r TiiJ1 t i - . ,S iv.. 3' 1, pl 'PA . W ' i x f- f ' -L 3 ,sg -130 egp-.lltptyttplp 'l Vet lf. ffg1.filflgl gli? - - ,. L l -:. J fur? "f'vs:'f ,at - up. 'jpzggf-jj! 4- E! Q, tt- p MJ- 3 iz," . A L. ' 'l ' 1 -.,:w15'i'- l,' V U" , 5 , L 1 A l tiil'm15i?E3 ' lf. 'E' t ,lf-JW 4' " ' "" 'nf I -1-:Z-item pf., if f., ,pi 7 .mp . 1 ,Q ' -tr TTL' Ll: A , . . ,f -t '- lll: T ig' t-it -til, , - r pstt.tt'f re Eg., 5. P41-ygsff' p 4- q if grit. , L, 5 Vip? til p.f.g5tiEf1gi. , I: ii . 1 ,,.. Eta Nj?-fq?455r'5' , - - 0- Y V I El ph: E. Miss Edith Clark. former Dean of Women, returns to campus for visit. MCNEESE, IAMES Biology Denton Avesta, associate editor, '45p Biology Assistantp YUCCA Staff, '45-'46 MEADOR, EARNESTINE Library Service Albany Baptist Student Councilp E. D. .Cridclle Historical Societyp Senior Current Literature Clubp McCracken Club MEADOWS, BETTY ANN 'Music . Denton Sigma Alpha lotap Organ Clubp Symphonic Bandp Wornen's Choirp Harp Ensernblep Honor Council MERRILL, LEONA English Pilot Point. Iunior Current Literature Clubp Psi Chip Future Teachers of Araericap Iohn Dewey Philosophical Club MILHOLLAND, MARTHA SI-IERRY Home Economics Dallas Delta Chi Delta Sorority, presidentp Ellen H. Richards, secretaryp lnter- sorority Councilp House Presidents' Clubp Senior Mary Arden Clubp Dallas Club MILLER, ELIZABETH ANN Elementary Education Spearman Press Clubp Elementary Councilp College Players LAITCHELL, IoE Business Administration Denton Pi Omega Pip Dean's List MoHoN, HELEN Sociology Cornyn MONROE, Donrs MILDEED Home Economics Fort Worth Ellen H. Richardsp lunior Current Literature Clubp Baptist Student Unionp Student Religious Council 58 l KIFILIHI .nlHi.. lA!.E. LM MOORE, BETTY LEE Home Economics Denton Ellen H. Richards MOORE, SYLVA IMOGENE Business Ad. Brashear Gammadions, '44-'45: Pi Omega Pi, '45-'46: Dean's List MOORE, MIRIAM Physical Education Suqarland, La. W.R.A., president, '44-'45: Physical Education Professional Club, secre- tary-treasurer, '44-'45: lunior Current Literature Club: Modern Dance Club, '44-'45 MORRIS, ALICE BETH Business Ad. Maypearl Delta Chi Delta Sorority, corresponding secretary: Elementary Council, president: Senior Mary Arden Club: Who's Who at North' Texas: Future Teachers of America MORRIS, PEGGY lo Home Economics Ben Wheeler Ellen H. Richards MORRIss, MARGARET Physical Education Bonham Green Icxckets: W.R.A.: Physical Education Professional Club: Modern Dance Club, secretary: Tutor in Physical Education Department MUDD, DORIS Art Anson Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '45-'46: Iunior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Green Iackets: Alpha Rho Tau: Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority: Gammadions: Girls' Forum Council MUDD, DOROTHY Art Anson Vt1ho's Who in American Colleges and Universities: Iunior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Green Jackets: Alpha Rho Tau: Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority: Girls' Forum Council NORMAN, RACHEL Medical Technician Trenton Iunior Mary Arden Club: W. N. Masters Chemical Society: Green Iackels: Pi Phi Beta General bliss at the APO formal. Dr. Brooks Eminy visits campus to speak on International Relations. OLIVER, ELOIsE Home Economics Canton Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Ellen H.. Richards O'NEAL, MARTHA Business Administration Ganado 'W OYLER, IO English Ranger Sigma Tau Delta: Future Teachers of America , PARKER, IESSIE BELLE Elementary Education Boyd 'N- Future Teachers of America: Elementary Council . 'A-'Y I I , PARKS, RUTH Spanish Denton Psi Chi, vice-president: B.S.U. Council: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Delta Pi: Gammadions: Senior Current Literature Club: Biology Assistant: Pi Phi Beta PAT'I'ER.'sON, ROBERT C. Government Olympia, Wash. Gamma Iota Chi: E. D. Criddle Historical Society PITTSER, CATHERINE Sociology Big Sandy Psi Chi: Chat Staff: House Presidents' Club: Sociology Club PULLEN, IANEY Home Economics Winnsboro lunior and Senior Mary Ardens: Ellen H. Richards: Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority, rush captain, '45: Honor Council RAPER, MODENA Foods and Nutrition Throclcmorton Ellen H. Richards it . ttwttgt-it ,sf ' 1 uf' t 1 J l f ' L " 5: ' ji' t' ' 'gl . I ' t I .Qu , f ,t :.1l t ty. ' ,ft . '-:J J ' l ' I I 1 H t ' r 1 vip vt ,f .Sf E . t l ' i f , , -11 N' tkfg 'H 7 1 h ,T 1 -11 A 4. y ,Ali f. r X ,. " Pb' '69 I ' 1 Q ' -.-- Ia! tiki . ' r: f' '22 -' ' at ir ,y . REExEs,A1LENE Iournahsm Marshall M gt sl, .,:-E-:.:::-.,. A - ROBERTS ANNA Library Service Dallas A uv ' .4 slflilf T 7427715 :WLS-if " " MI ' 14 jjffliffflg -' .".l .. l Ah, for the life oi the Yucca photographer. RUBLE, BERTHA ANN Business Ad. Grand Prairie Pi Omega Pi, president, '45: Kappa Kappa Kappa, president, '45: Green Jackets, reporter, '43-'44: Psi Chi: House Presidents' Club: Honor Coun- cil: Inter-Sorority Council, president, '45: lunior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs RUSSELL, HELEN IEAN: Art Brownsville College Players: Elementary Councilp Art Club: Orchestra: Band: Glee Club ' SAMMONS, FAYRENE Music Raymondville Symphony Band: Baptist Student Union: Senior Current Literature Club: Women's Choir SANDERS, JUNE Home Economics Dublin Kaghlir Sorority: Ellen H. Richards SANDLIN, GWYNN Business Administration Waco Iunior Mary Arden Club, treasurer, '43-'44: Senior Mary Arden Club: Math Club: Kaghlir Sorority, corresponding secretary, '45-'46: Pi Omega Pi, president, '45-'45: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Camera Club: Garnmadions SEAT, RUTH English West Current Literature Club: Elementary Council SENTER, EAELENE Library Service Denver City Alpha Chi, vice-president, '45-'46: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Sigma: McCracken Club, Vice-president, '45-'46: Math Club: T. C. Band: Gammadions: Quintilian Club: Honor Council SHACKELEOED, MES. MARTHA Home Economics Glen Rose Ellen H. Richards: Iunior Current Literature Club: House Presidents' Club SHEFFIELD, IEAN Business Administration Salem, Ill. Pi Omega Pi: Senior Current Literature Club: Camera Club: McCracken Club: De-an's List 60 RAWLINGS MARIAN Physical Ed Water Valley REAGAN LAURA Music Mesquite REED, RUTH Music Coleman RODGERS, ELIZABETH Library Service Denton ROHE MAX E Industrial Arts Alice ROLSTON, MARY HELEN Social Sciences Pittsburg ROYALL RosE MARIE Speech Athens SHEEEIELD, KATYE Business Administration Salem, lll. Camera Club, treasurer: W.R.A., sports manager, reporter: Senior Current Literature Club: Press Club: McCracken Club: Dean's List: G.R.T.C. SHIPP, MARGIE PAULINE Home Economics Petrolia Ellen l-1. Richards: luntor Current Literature Club, president, '43-'44: Senior Current Literature Club: Dean's List Smith, Campbell, lr. Music Dallas I E Phi Mu Alpha, president, secretary: A Cappella Choir: Church Organ- ist: American Guild of Organists SMITH, CLARINE Music Gilmer SMITH, ELINOR Foods and Nutrition Q Fort Worth Ellen H. Richards: W. N. Masters Chemical Society: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi SPARKS, MELBA Home Economics Millsap l ' STANFORD, DOROTHY Library Service-Bus. Ad. Fort Worth Kaghlir Sorority, treasurer, '-44: Gammadions, treasurer, '43: lunicr and Senior MaryqArden Clubs: Alpha Chi, reporter, '45: McCracken Club, treasurer, '45: Alpha Lambda Sigma: International Relations Club STEVENS, VIRGINIA Elementary 'Education Kaufman Junior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Elementary Council: House Presidents' Club: Education Club: Future Teachers of America STRACENER, IANE Music Electra Iunior Mary Arden Club: Symphony Orchestra: Symphonic Band: Marching Band: Vtfomen's Choir Estelle McCoy heads "coke" line. " l C Y V if Q ,tt Naughty Thetas end up in Hades-Dance. STRICKLIN, PoI.LY Speech Fort Worth Delta Chi Delta, treasurer, rush captain: College Players, secretary, treasurer: Senior Mary Ardens: Quintilians: Girls' Forum: Senior Class, secretary-treasurer, '45-'46 I t Li 5 I - N N t 'X Q I it l I STUART, CATHERINE Business Administration Cleburne Senior Current Literature Club: House Presidents' Club SWAIN, LUCILE Business Administration Helena, Ark. TALBOT, BERYL Music Abilene A Cappella Choir TAYLOR, ANNA Business Administration Marlin Kaghlirs, secretary: House Presidents' Club, secretary-treasurer: Senior Mary Arden Club: Forum Council: Honor Council .15 ' , TAYoR, MARTHA NELL Art Houston 0 1, Junior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Elementary Council: Alpha Rho Tau: Girls' Forum Council: Senior Class, vice-president, '45-'46: Kappa Kappa Kappa Sorority, secretary, '45: Camera Club, secretary, '45 tl lt It :'t 'L .gm i A ' kg, f""l, , V ' f' THIELE, WILMA Music Dallas Alpha Chi, secretary: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Alpha Iota, president: Senior Mary Arden Club: A Cappella Choir: Symphonic Band: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '45-'46 rt 1.11. ,I I TILTON, CLYDE Business Administration Blue Ridge Gamma Iota Chi: Alpha Rho Tau TIMMIS, GRETCEIEN Socioloqy Gainesville Kappa Theta Pi, corresponding secretary, '45, vice-president, '46: lunior and Senior Mary Arden Clubs: Sociology Club: Camera Club 61 TIMs, MELBA FAYE Business Administration Bellevue House Presidents' Club: Camera Club TULLos, WINONA Business Administration Palestine Iunior Mary Ardens: Senior Mary Ardens, reporter, '45: Inter-Sorority Council, secretary, '45, president, '46: Kappa Kappa Kappa, rush cap! tain, '44, vice-president, '45, president, '46: Camera Club: Reporter, junior class, '44-'46 , TURNEY, ROWENA Music Tulia - A Cappella Choir: Sigma Alpha Iota, treasurer, '44-'45 P ,, H ' WALKER, BONNIE Elementary Ed. Oklahoma City, Olcla. 2, sl " , Elementary Council: Future Teachers of America: Art Club Q WALKER, GRACIE Sociology Harlingen fi, W'.R.A. Bowling Club: Camera Club f,.:fP??, f-l fl l ,T WARD, DOROTHY RUTH Elementary Education Lindale lil 'L Elementary Council WEEMS, DALE Sociology Denton Psi Chi WHEELER, GERALDINE Foods and Nutrition Collinsville I-louse Presidents' Club: Gammaclions: Ellen H. Richards: W. N. Masters Club: Chemical Society: Senior Current Literature Club: Kappa Delta Pi: G.R,T.C.: Dallas Dietetics Association WHISENHUNT, B. G. Education Denton Gamma Iota Chi: Future Teachers of America: Industrial Arts Club: E. D. Criddle Historical Society: Phi Alpha Theta First down and four to go. x.-g., Bob Gray outside Yucca darkroom. t. . A 1. WHISNAND, I. G. Government-Economics N ocona Gamrnadions: Psi Chi: International Relations Club, treasurer, regional recording secretary: Gamma Iota Chi, reporter, vicelpresident, president: House Presidents' Club: Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities, '45-'46 u WILLIS,lENNIE History Fort Worth Future Teachers of America WILSON, DOROTHY Business Administration Sanger Senior Current Literature Club WILSON,DORO1'HA LOU Library Service Denton Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Kaghlir Sorority, recording secretary, '44: McCracken Club: Alpha Lambda Sigma WION, BETTY Library Service Clarion,Iowa Student Religious Council, secretary: Math Club: Senior Mary Ardens: Alpha Lambda Sigma: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: McCracken Club WITT, PAULINE Business Administration Frisco YOUNG, IRMA Business Administration Baird Kaghlir Sorority: Pi Omega Pi: Alpha Chi: Camera Club: Junior and Senior Mary Ardens: Gammadions: Dean's List BIGGERS, MARY ANN Business Administration Waxahachie CAMPBELL, CLAUDE Mathematics Bonham Senior Class, president, '45 62 5-Z' 1 1 , ' ff? "V" - .. :-:i- iz.- H. L. COCI-IRAN, President IOHN LEE BROWN, Vice-President MARTHA KUNKLE, Reporter BURL STIFF, Secreicrry IOHNNIE TATE, Treasurer L7 ,W . , eff A E Bi Q, ps, H Y , m i V W V H U! A mx 5 V Y w P: " 5 N F . J X , I f ,-m..rQ..rW f- t ' ,A"A , ', ,fe A . i ii H . J Abbott' Gem? Demon y g k I n ACk9T,LOV1S Norma Dallas Alford, Betty Denton 43 Allen, Edna Io Gqrlqmd A t B Allmon, Wanda Lee Demon x 'A tl Arnold, loyce Gilmer nl: AShmOre, lames Gilmer 1 'fl ll - Q Bagby, Marjorie Lancaster x Uh X -.1 I J Baker, Albert Tolar , ' guy ,.' Baker, Alice Dqllqg, Y , tl Bamett, Margaret Mexiq , Bartley, Albert Lqdoniq 1 . . . and a last hurried bite before 8 o'c1ocks. A quick trip through the line -.- Bayne, Lois Bell, lean Bell, loyce Black, Vivicm Blackburn, Shirley Bohme, Wintfrerd Boles, Genevieve Boney, Marette Bonner, Mildred Boren, Betty Boren, Helen Ioy Bowles, Arleta Houston Paris Corsicana Trinidad Dallas Irving Dallas Sweetwater Eureka Dallas Mexia Friendswoocl 64 VS- In " w ,, - - Q ' , '. v. A f ie li .l .f J" 1 ll Q. t , rho- f . ' ' . ' .'f,v A -lylii' fr 4,7 ' " .- : -yfgfg. , ' , - ., t 1 D Q' l ,, M . -L l et, J " K l li. 'A LQUQ ,lkl y A . tl .V tgp: ' 1 " f if rr A" Z :L ' . "w 4 :- -pg. vw 5, , - . ' fl f 1 , 1 t ,4 ll M I ' A. Bradley, William D. Denton Bragg, Velma Bonham Brammer, Betty Allen Whitewright Branham, Carolyn Muenster Braxton, Dorotha Shamrock Brickell, lna Cleburne Bridges, Iosephine Denton Briggs, Lina Dallas Brooks, Betty Ruth Vernon Brooks, Marilyn Denton Brown, Iohn Lee Throckmorton Brown, Maudie The M T O Formal . . . is everybody happy? , ' rv Q r all , . -A 'pr-fir 3,1 l his 1- , N Y : gl u' " ,S I , 1' Ll, J' ' .lg , ,Mfr e 1 'Y Mart r in. ' 1 x " ml gi N Z 4 x 4 . l Tx 1 i It L, it f r ,,Q ,N,: .B V. 1- E ,ft 1 FW' if p- ' -fr f . 3 .'.-J'-s g ,lg Cu ?:!n..l all 1. Q fl v r-7 g sem, ,UL . . .. T f I a, . . Rare photograph oi the Chat staff at work. Bruce, Rosemary Bryant, Claire Buell, Stephen Burleson, Bonnie Burnett, Ira Nell Burton, Helen Bush, Dorothy Bushey, Billye Campbell, Alyce Cathy, Io Iris Chaffin, Wilma Chambers, Sybil 65 Marie Ranger El Dorado, Ark. . Sanger Van Canton Dallas Corsicana Denton Kilgore Tyler lreclell Childress iii' 'l 9 X X ,jr rl 'Si ., 4. Vi. .5-Pk Y 1. k 4 ,, 'yi flfff2gfffgg7Q3 . W . Q n- C A f-'15 Y gl., " ':: Diff 'lr gn Atv! if 6 Busy fingers, etc.. at the Industrial Arts Shop. Copeland, Thelma Couch., Billie Cowan, Margaret Cox, Bobby Wayne Cox, Gwendolyn Cozart, Wilma Crossley, Elaine Culwell, Gloria Cunningham, Buelah Cunningham, Bheba Dorsey, Mary Ann Davis, Carolyn Weinert Canton Wichita Falls Decatur Coleman Fort Worth Eastland Weatherford Gainesville Bomarton Grapeland Dallas 66 Chancey, Mary Elizabeth Ozark, Ark. Cherrinqton, Pearl Raymondville Clark, Io Ann Kaufman Cochran, H. L. Fort Worth Coffey, Mary Alice Aubrey Cole, Mary K. Tehuacona Collier, Mildred Temple Collins, Betty ' Houston Connell, Zula Merle San Antonio Conover, Gwen Sea Girt, N. I. Conyers, Avo Denton Coop, Loraine Pampa An informal group at the M T O Formal. it 1 l l l , J' x r'llff1flfWfliQ' ,wif 1135-' -rn ,-I.,-5 it ' ,131 ,L f ,-,. Q- I w.'! ,fix , P w ' ln l l l , J 'I ' Davis, Vesta Lea Dawson Deason, Eva Temple De Berry, Mary lane Boqata Derrick, lean McGreQor DeWees, Doris Nell Bockwall Duff, Gwen Dallas Duncan, Billie Gene Seymour Edwards, Ioann Tahoka Edwards, Mrs. Iohnie B. Fort Worth Emerick, Carroll Denton Evans, Frances Westminster Ewing, Martelia Cleburne Curl Compton . . . mud pies or ceramics? I - ,. sf.. ' l ' ,lf -3-li. ":f.,' ffyzi '- 1 il! .N .SE 2. , dl. 4 Ve' jab I F W l , . 1 , ,B wi E fl' gl' f x f J A 1 i V .,, fs? 5 i , fi . Q 0 Q L l . .ig -i WY -f' iran-it . ' N , i V! ,ggi n '-6 1 GQ, ,ll .. X Xu., ,Y"". 'Xi-v - V' ' Q lth 3 . . - ' f i A ,Zeit r L It's cr good thing there was no sound track. Farmer, Lucille Weatherford Fiezel, Iohnelle Fladqer, Iean Flippo, Ruth Firebauqh Floyd, Mildred Fowler, l'Nell Frank, Mary Ann Friend, Mary B. Fulwiler, Emma Lee Gallaway, Loris E. Garren, Margaret Garrett, Louise 67 Sue Dallas Dallas Palestine Gilmer ' Van Beaumont Fort Davis Boerne Winnsboro Turnersville Athens lx Gary, Bernice Gladewater Gentle, Sally Ann ' Sanger Gibbins, Frances Denton Gibson, Iean Melissa li. 4' li J A ' Giqstad, Karen Clifton V - ' il, ZQZ: V , A l"' Gilbert, Mrs. Elva Los Angeles, Calif. A A N A C' Gilman, Ruth Ionesville-, Wis. Gilmore, Billie Louise Perrin Gober, Vanda Wink Goode, Iarnes Denton t Goodhari, Beverly Dallas Grantham, Billie Roswell, N. M. Eddy Asirvuthum lectured at North Texas on Indian government. Ross Compton . . . Sociology and humor. Greer, Dorothy lean Mexia Griffin, Mary Glenn Archer City Griifis, Iimmie Albany Hall, Doris Marie Meridian f' i ' U 3- H r ,W V M in l ,Lyn . Hall, Ermine Kilgore 'lv' ,Ev , i !y Hamilton, Norma Grace Little Bock, Ark. Vnl- ' " " llfliv l ,Q l" 'Iii 1 5 , "' Q' t 1 A . - t i Harper, Jean Mexict I so 'er' ISV! I Ag. J Hawley, Dawn Sweetwater w ,. ,3. tl ku 1 Hays, Bettye lane Dallas H, y e,q i' ' L I ' Hearn, Alice Irving 'mill Alnunnl my A Hwlnlwlw Hendricks, Ruth Marie Anna Herod, Odell Albany L i , 1 ' , ! LDA ii ff- 1 -As. . .Q v , ' " 'll lv N4 1. 1 u':' .,fa 4' ,j' 5.11 ,' .-: Pi'-Eff! , t gg ' ff-it I I ,T M hx I, "pil , if ,Y l -. 5 'l . J Q f iti- H i ' Hibler, Reueline Denton Hildebrand, Iohnson Joshua Holmes, Frankie Louise- Hillsboro Holt, Benelle Kirkland Holt, Plowayne Denton Hopkins, Mary E. Denton Hopper, Iarnes Denton Howell, Iirnrnie K. Cross Plains Howsley, Annelia Throclcmorton Hudqins, Ruby Ruth Avery Hudson, Mary lroiil Greenville Hudspeth, Ernest Ray Cleburne Dickie addresses the returned servicemen at G. I. X. function. U- 1.-- 4: ' I . . rm, lf xzcfm-Lo at Ujzl Al V: K t Qin... .Ig M: .6 ,Q rf tgmti .- l v . i , ', H A - ' t A -' , .-51' ' Q M lf' f 'fail l.9i"ff-1 ' --' i'f if? ,,,., V 'I' ' .i ,1.',-qi fix , -- X! .. it , 5? 4' v?".?l5,M " l -A fSi"7h'2l H t HS Lf7'45-Fill lil?-l l ...T , -e .14 v N if it Q 2: l' 1 ,.. , f 1 K E QW an , P, in y tif? 53 .-ay 'E!ai'.5. . ' ll,:,Mi:..., ,... 1 ........ - i t l , . '- A:-:':f-:P - , - .. as fx ' 5 fl i 4, 5-5 : ' , ........f..a-1 ., ,ggi -3 an , "" L "' , , tex, rrr. ..r ., . .. l 3-vi , ii r Wiser. i H 'rs' . Ninn , ' -fmfif. Sororities combine iorces at Inter-Sorority Dance. Iackson, Ellen Ienkins, Frances lohnson, Anita Iohnson, Gloria Foncie Johnson, Boland Iohnston, Jeanne Iones, Betty lane Iones, Lola Jones, Marivonne lones, S. E. Iowell, Bettye Katzrnark, Ray F. 69 Wellington Bonham Dallas Oqlesby Grand Prairie Paris Gatesville Denton Mexia Bonham Blum San Antonio 65 l t :':A ii w,. X X, A . V 1 4 fl 'M 1 ff o 1 in ur ffl. W h A I. J Xl 4: , I If Press Club eats hearty meal in honor of Boyce House. Lewis, Mrs. La Verne Lidia, Gaye Liles, Bonita Linn, Dorotha Littlefield, Yvonne Lookingbill, Sarnmie Looney, Mary Edith Lotz, Mary Katherine Love, Peggy Lovejoy, Patsy Lowrimore, Lois Lund, Mary- Elizabeth Port Worth Baird Pine Bluff, Ark. Gainesville Weatherford Hooks Fort Worth Beaumont Cole-man Gatesville Dawson Hamilton 70 Keahey, Laverne Canton Kelly, Ruby Gainesville Keown, Venita Arlington Kerr, Bobbie lean Lufkin Kidd, Colleen Denton Kirksey, Una Faye Arp Kolb, Neta Mae Texarkana Kunkle, Martha Ann Clarksville Lam, Lois Ann Comanche Lattimer, Helen Dallas Lawhon, Charles Ladonia Le Pelly, Ioan Carlisle Ailene Reeves examines a copy of the CHAT. N ' ."' rv f -fQf,9+i ll J. HX . . l li 1 it it t, " ili M' l u VI ti f af" , . ,t Q ? t .' , l it r it I Mackey, Lou Ann Longview Mahan, Horace Fort Worth Marshall, Barbara Corsicana Marshall, Betty Kountze Martin, Gene Cleburne Martin, Marjorie Lubbock A Matthews, Locile Rogers Sherman Mayfield, Dorothy Pilot Point Mayfield, Mrs. La Verne Haskell McClellan, Loraine Bio Vista McDonald, Helen Denton MP Q l Chai-min' Velma Bragg cools her feet in the fishpond. 'rj-vv+ X 4' .,, X , Bo and friends cram before classes. McDonald, Margaret McDougal, lo McGee, Iennie Ruth Mclieever, Ioyce Elaine Meador, Rozelle' Meollin, Frances Milke, Marguerite Miller, Billie lean Miller, Charlie Millican, Hugh Milligan, Alfred l 71 Bonham Wink George West Palmer Pilot Point Dallas Dallas Port Worth Dallas Grapevine Slidell Qnjinl 1 Jn' 1 K.. ' .re , ,f 4 , -V 7-f v. f 5 N I fl p. Y- ,J QE' f - sl t i l l Put McConnell qxves early mormng yawn. Sweetwater Sherman Marshall Mexia Midland Fulbright Stephenville Diboll Diboll Sweetwater Collinsville Biq Sandy Iunction Archer City Denton Crantills Gap 72 Minton, Beverly Mooney, Mary Io Moore, Beatrice Morris, Ruth Mudd, lulia Musgrove, Billee Nevins, Anne Nowlin, Mentora DeLeon Nussbaum, Lucile Fort Worth O'Connor, Catherine Plains Odom, Doniece Mineral Wells Parker, Mary Frances Denison Parrott, Sanqster Woodson Pollard, Ianette Vernon Pollard, I. Aston Argyle PSUTYI BGTW Denton Bets Iones has the second cup oi coliee I . 1 9 fi . , QQ, 'wt- 1-5 l i ,.4' iff., , 'K aw ul . irrxwtq 'Hg rg t I wi wi X - ,H f ix I A insist W Reid, Imogene Rein, Dorothy Rice, Marilyn Rich, Mariorie Richards, E. C. Riqhtmire, Iames Roark, Ioyce Pamela Robertson, Gwen Robinson, George Rhone, Geraldine Rowell, Ioan Salley, Beverly Scarbrouqh, Martha Nell Shelton, Iosephine Shelton, Kathleen Shively, Martha Canton Deer Park Ferris Whitesboro Iaclcsboro Fort Worth Arlington Gilmer Mobile, Ala. Cranfills Gap Athens Alice Whitesboro Queen City Queen City Fort Worth Mrs. Ray is always ready to help students with their problems. tt Bw-fi V J n.-11. , , , .Q Zvi- ,' ' QL. I my L . wi j t l' J BJ ws' X .3 it GAGG tl t - D' uf .1 Y' . 4' T, .t l Al' If at , l t sg., '. -fl ,, .. . t f ' ' ' 'u l fviief rt 2 , 1' , -nf.-9' , t ml ' t 'WE' X" ft .. W ' . 7, -. V ,. ar., ,C -. D t Y I t 1 t l '2'X.91'..l L Dr. Bentley and Ben mugq for the camera. Sims, Billie Chillicothe Smith, lean Wichita Falls Smith, Mary Margaret Mexia Smith, Nathalyn Mangum, Okla. Snell, Juanita Grand Prairie Sorensen, Selma McAllen Spikes, Earline Cleburne Squyres, Ellen Nacoqdoches Stark, Tommy Dallas Steele, Dollie Iowa Park Storey, Gean Clarksville Strader, Mary Frances Era Sumner, Betty Itasca Sypert, Mary Hallsville- Tate, Iohnnie Dallas Tatum, Irma Houston 73 ,J 4' I--l l " , ' -F 'ft mit , 15' ' . '-f'ftfjE2!' 7 , ,. Y 4,1 1 . V 1 g.-- , ., if fr-E 1 v I b l I TTYL l A T I X TaYlor, Bennye Taylor, lo Beth Taylor, Sarah Thomas, Laura Thompson, Iimmie Tompkins, Katy fi Turner, Cleo faj Turner, Gracye Turney, Sarah Terry, Ioyce Anne Thornton, Anna Io Underwood, Olga Leigh Blum Sonora Marshall Beaumont Everrnan l-lico Kerens , Ringgold Civord Dublin Dublin Carbon 1 t ,rf fit I l ,4- ,Q ...J , if " , ,P s l ls .-it . Dr. Bain arranges choir for a picture. Watkins, Mary Io Weedon, Sara W' est, Ruth Whatley, Phoebe Wilder, Betty Lee Williams, Byonnye R. Wilroy, Ida Lea Wilson, Betty Wirges, Thelma Wood, Ianell Word, Ora Sue Wright, Mildred Yarbrough, Laura Nell Yarrell, Marilyn Zuber, Ierry Huntington, Ioe Underwood, Veda Borger K 62, Denton t E ' Vance, Mary Elizabeth Vandergriif, Bobbie Walling, Frances Denton Mansfield Carrollton Munday The photographer seems to have made some extra pictures. . f. r N. In . 1 iv' I A I 1 K 3 l L A me - ,,- -W ,fl av ft 1 ' Q . r--. ,I . .- . K, an .J ,.- Q, f fl tiff! A .t f , t l fs 1 Annu " 'T 'Z Wichita Falls f. N .. Indianola, lowa . A ,fs-. 'f Frederick, Okla. sy V Dallas A x 'c Hillsboro ll v ' Fort Worth 'I A icuii I Padl-titigctgns s qii bg . X Denton t 4' l t" gp , Aubrey - ' W - Dallas u -xg W '- Bowie T ,f a my t, - Comanche 'V 1: l 74 - -3 we x 1 r . g- t ' KJ, , .-ef -U ' I gi, ,X S iF' l H. P W -' A A tt ' - ' 79 .rl f - . ,t f 1, 'A ll 549. fl' -1 1.25. ...YA vf 1' f" . , ...' f Q Q t I " , fl' W 'J J 'fx f 1 , MARY LU KUYKENDALL, Secretary Y JOHN MULLIN S President BILLY KEATHLEY Reporter 4,9 1 ajfffg' I I -5..- ' 1 mi N.. M -On, . 51 v. 'H 55. JQAQQ 4- -1:1 TOM STAHK, Vice-President F -V M . g ff l V mi A 4 , IQ Qi , - . , gg A. ,, !ltYx'b 5 1: 6- l f r gf - 'F QS? l fri, f .- 'gl A Jr It 1 - - . X ' Emi!! X... 5 W Q ,, tis- f -' 4 ' li of F' til 'A i gli , R M 1 f 1 'f ., 4 ffl Q f at i it t . l f Abbott, Esther Grandfield, Okla. Adams, Bill Bonham Adams, Ethel Davis Bonham Adams, Sarah Frances Bonham Alexander, Bobbie Megargel Anderson, Betty Dallas Anderson, Bobbie Dallas Anderson, Frank M. Dallas Anderson, Katherine Brownsville Anderson, Mildred Quanah Ayres, Vanice Bonita Babasin, Mary Iennette . Vernon Students peer into microscopes as prcxciiculs approach. Howard Davidson goes into Lx-cmce-deeper than usual. t Baker, Robert B. Olney Baker, Virginia Breckenridge Ball, Frances Breckenridge Barnett, Io Marlin Barnett, Lanez Longview Barns, Betty Denton Bass, Neil Fairfield Bates, Uncas Daniel Dallas Baxter, Marguerite Waco Beasley, Betty Dallas Begley, Iustine Nocona Berglund, Mary Helen Marshall 76 -..l ., ,i I ,Q "" X e V S 1 T v ' ,rj w- 'S-4 mm" 1 I ir F fr i - f. x r wit h :b H Bills, Sue Dawson Bird, Betty Waxahachie Blankenship, Loretha Seymour Blanton, Iuanita Coleman Bohlin, Charlotte El Paso ' ll Bonner, Mary Eureka A Bradley, Bettye lean Rice 1 ,V .,:: . Bradley, Charles Perrin , ,H .,.r., . l Brashier, Camille Sherman Brewer, Iackie Denton Bridges, Dorothy Denton Bristley, Alice Baytown swaying is in style even in Q dorm. r ' 1' A .B f G l ' . ,tw , f ""x Iimmie Huddlesioxi looking like gangster in Harp Ensemble Broadioot, Alice Brock, Bob Brooks, Iune Brown, Iulia Brown, Iune Brown, Ruby Dale Brown, Zelva Buckner, lean Bumpas, Patsy Bunn, Mary Lou Burden, Mary Louise Burgess, Lou 77 Bonham Denton Ardmore, Okla. Eastland Silverton ' Gorman Decatur Lufkin Comanche Trinidad Hico Pilot Point .str , V l ,M wrt r t V l , , . , lg s hall' I l . Y Ii Ar, , ti. tb, v, ,, 1 Sf fl! :fy ,J Five tiny tots eat deir Cweam of Wheat. Chennault, Ina Pearl Childers, Maurine Clark, Iune Clark, Boswell B. Cleere, Ann Coffey, Penelope Cole, Martha Coleman, Billy I. Collis, Mary Io Cook, Bill Cook, Ruth Cooper, Betty lean Bynum Denton Archer City Center Madisonville Denton Electra Denton Gunter Paris Brownsboro Orange 78 Burney, Virginia Burns, Evelyn Burress, Pat Busch, Alma lack Buster, Lavon Butler, Martha Ann Butler, Wilma lean Canon, Helen Marie Cate, Charles D. Carruth, Doris lean Chaiiin, Darlene Chaney, Vivian Fort Worth Prosper Rankin Mont Belvieu Denton Howe Rising Star Paducah Van Alstyne Fort Worth Tioga Martins Mill String trio gives recital. tl vp W 'T v::7 l 1 W?i?:f'5"r ' lz:'if?3"-'it1f?s'1x'1i,'4-'ill ' ' .1-' 21 ' T A, Md :EJ gf.: ' ,' .,ll'f'.ll,.' wi,"f Q,5 M 4 1 M 1 ,M , ,f 1' L 'Ay . Et . Cooper, Elsie Cope, Elizabeth - Cox, Sara W Craig, Mrs. Rebecca Crawford, Betty Cunningham, Hilda Curry, Betty Iohn Curtis, Roylyne Dannelley, Marjorie Dannelley, Onita Davis, Cliiio Iean Davis, Leona Dallas McC'arney Rising Star Mexia Kerens Denton Winters Weatherford Denton Denton Collinsville Wilmer Real ghosts appear on Blythe Spirit set. l l,ll'ig:'V"f'i' ., - - V-v lr Velma listens intently-Boyce House speaks. Deakins, Ruby Dealcins, Ruth Deatherage, Phyllis Denman, Ola Fay Dingelsteclt, Norma I. Doggett, Bill Doss, Maxine Douglas, Berniece Durett, Elizabeth Dyson, Margaret Ann Earles, Dorothy Ebbs. Fredabeth Ann 79 Talpa Talpa Waxahachie Fort Worth Dallas Denton Greenville Denton Wichita Falls Houston Ponder Duncan. Okla. f Dr. Mac at 7 A. M. getting his Dallas Morning News. Floyd, lim Bob Foqleman, Katherine Foote, Barbara Iune Fortson, Wrenna Fortune, Emma lane Gaston, l-larlene Gee, Nadine Gentry, Mildred Gibson, Edna Gilbert, lack Gill, Flora Gillarol, Dan Tyler Marshall Turnersville Dallas Hamilton Waxahachie n Granbury ' Van Denton Edgewood Stronq, Ark. Fort Worth 80 Elliott, Iohnece Fort Worth Ernerick, Billie Tulsa, Okla. Epps, lerry Dallas Ermis, Artie Ray Fort Worth Eskeridge, Lucille Midlothian Evans, M. lane Corpus Christi Faubion, Lavinia Ballinger Fauqht, Katherine Pilot Point Fisher, Elizabeth Cleburne Fisher, Mary Louise Beaumont Fitzpatrick, Helen Boyse- City Flippo, Bill Denton HAY, everybody. how you-all doin'? E . 1 ,Elf ,H ' " 'film t an l xl., vigil' . B ll B ll' 3,:,.!',. gil' .-if 'Il -Q A , ,. , --fv?- f ' '- f ' ' . ,li 1: ., 1 Q - l-, , 5" ', 4,5 ':':1.- E 3'-w ' '- . "'-. I' ' 'T 11 . .' , , E WG- I V G , '4 f ti 'Q ' 5:-E' , ' -- .. x - .-L ,mp 1 -4 V: ,I . rx .. ,-2.31 ' r l . .414 w 1,1 ,-A, - i ll Gotcher, Bobbye Ponder 'Gral'1am, Glenna Denton Gray, Helen Gainesville Gray, Mary Ozona Hale, Betty Io Agua Dulce Hall, Dorothy Denton Hall, Rosemary Rockwall Hames, Mary Ann Wolfe City Hames, Robert E. Wolfe City Hamilton, Curtis Weatherford Hardy, Hope Bridgeport Harris, Carolyn Dallas Everyone received gifts at the home management Christmas party. . 1 V , .H W. 3' A l '-v 1 l lit 1 R . I l L 1 - . L l 1 1 A , rg- ? 37 A tr! 7, , it 1 5 ll? . 1 A , Q25 5 X il lt ,, . , . .'.1,,-.5 I .. l hrjgle t 15151 i .. A this-.x'l55.'r: LLL. Wi 4. 'ns gf , x l j I ,Y . i4:Ia....,.g , in -. 1 l F F' gi, 4 Captain Vical . . . With ze mahsk, I am 24. . . Harris, Ioyce - Denton Hartline, A. D. Denton Harvard, Lena Rose W Navarro Hawthorne, Reba Corsicana Haynes, Daisy ' Kilgore Haynes, Elizabeth Waxahachie Henderson, Vernie Sherman Hendrix, Carolyn r Madisonville Henry, Iirnmie Bonita Hensarling, Iesse Bryan Henson, Shirley Kerens Hiett, Margaret Longview 1 81 4, l i e 1 ,, i ""' -V N "Q, 1 on li L C 17-'-Q , Jy x- ' 'A , 4, gk ,Pill 1' N , Ia "ff 'J . .xi . . ,N 24 - , N. PQ!! ---f ' ' tl Tiff Q 4' L55 Q in Hink, Alice Dover, Ark. Holleyrnan, Thyra Kilgore Hollier, lean Henderson Honeycutt, Iuanita Mart Hornback, Molly Decatur Horton, Bonita Throckmorton Hovdesven, Arne Cottonwood, Minn. Howard, Marjorie Denton Huff, Frederick Denton Hutfaker, Sue Palmer Hunter, Dona Lee Galveston Hyde, Nona Alice Mabank Thetas after the amateur show. rush week. Kaghlus look for Santa ut Christmas party Iackson, Dorothy Ann Ierniqan, Imogene Jeter, Howard Iohnson, Barbara Iohnson, Mrs. Colene Iones, Gloria lean Jones, Lila Ruth Iones, Shirley Iordan, E. D. Iordan, Ianeth Ioshua, Hannah Iunqbecker, Arline Cisco Bells Marshall Carrollton Allen Risinq Star Bonham Lewisville Fort Worth Electra Calcutta, India Houston 82 Keahey, Ardath Keathley, Billie Keck, Lucille Keck, Lucille Kemp, Alyne Ketchum, Carl E. ' Kidd, Wanda Kinzy, lean Kirlcley, Iohn Kladiva, Georgia lean Kuhn, Nancy Io Kuykendall, Mary Lu Lamar, Myra Lawrence, Io Delle Laws, Ruth Lawson, Sara Grand Saline Dallas Seymour Baylor Mesquite Panhandle Granclfield, Okla. Fort Worth Argyle Tioga Wichita Falls Bonham Sherman Dawson Dallas Dallas Dr. McAlister's government class meets in the clothing room during the room shortage. .T .J ,., . 1 A , A f -1 " I 1 A J thu - .- fe, ' 'r . hfl ' 1 ' IQATYM' . ,A W -Q' It "t4fR .i ll. I - fi' A.-U, ,,,, , - it 'nFf.w-i.1:l ' '-.' " 31 ,X If wt 1, -' ff 'e -4-H gif t. . Jn . lu-,:Q,4'. L gg t 35 l l L M l Fine Arts numbers are highlights oi college program. Leath, Nelwyn Longview Lee, Nalda Rae Novice LeFevre, lane Eden Leonard, Barbara Tulsa, Okla. Lineham, Ruby Lee Iacksboro ' Loucks, Alleen Dallas Maddux, Tommie Lee Fort Worth Mandeville, Iune Dallas Martin, Murphy Lufkin Matsler, Lorraine El Paso May, lack Dallas Mayes, Regina Carrollton McAfee, Louise Longview McClain, Lynn Lutkin McClelen, Doris Seymour McConnell, Patsy Tulia 83 f .. V 5, 't , ..,,,,, ,V ,.-1 iw N , i Q -mitgr 1 x .. - 1: Y . ' 3 . .. If A I 'UTM il X vi . i -' V ' i i . rf 'Q i - 4 ' it 1 l it ,, i , '51 rt W- . - .,- X., , --g ' rf' ' - la -..:. 1. Q iv ' .. . li A M. l if iii Vl I 'X i :fi -"' 'ful North Texas students take part in "STU Moore, Dorothy Moore, Mildred Moran, Pauline Morris, Marie Mullins, Iohn Nease, Mary Newman, Io Wylene Newton, Betty Bay Nichols, Mary lane Nicholson, Betty Norman, Carolyn Ochsenbein, Patricia O'Connor, Louise Owen, Harry Ioe Pace, Peggy Paris, Betty Ruth -- - ...e,ef..,, -L --. V-1-f-H--W -Y- .. 1 -. ary f. wr- ie ., fre-ii-i nblyy it My l Q1 -4. ,.- T tl 'I ' 'S' I 4 V 1 V M. ,l Z Z it V xl , , , .5 ' -- f 5. Aj K if 'VF S ' i l ity, l ll , DENT PRINCE" in Dallas. Wortham Perryton Sadler Dallas Haskell Plainview Navcrsotal Port Worthi Fort Worth Fort Worth Longview Texarkana Plains Bonham Fort Worth Alvin 84 McCullar, Betty Io McCullouqh, Mary Francis McDaniel, Aleta McDaniel, Elaine Mclieon, Sara Frances McKinley, Edith McMahon, Ruby Nell McMillin, Madeline McSween, Mary McWilliams, Hunter Meacham, Marqaret Mercer, Doris Miller, Edwina Miller, Elizabeth Mirns, Ben Moore, Blanche Dallas Sherman Mesquite Dallas Denison Dallas Sherman Bonham Denton Atlanta Smithfield Denton Coleman Longview Dallas Perrin Lou Brock seems to be enioying herself at Senior Mary Arden Christmas party. ' "' v , . '.',i ' , , . , .pi H1 ,- bf ,hill I' 1 'T A l r ."..'.-ff V 'gi : ' V-r F W 't vt. g1.L,,, - ' , i . 5 fr P tif-.i P tl E - L 9 U '. ' , l , V- .it f- . , 1 ' 1. ' ' - .ry H' l A, ' -T. ,' 1 ' '. . "V 1 l T . glsl 7-l -,, i A Y P125 k fy. V Q., 1 M .I I Url., J . U H 'fn W . , A 'wi tx- i i veit- - . X " J-3 -B 1.1111 x, F. lik.. ' , i A - . l , ,Q ,- . I ,. 9. - ,U -U ' ' I 1 . I 1. li . 9 , - I K lf. ' . l ff ' "l m, ,A A PM V Vt' Tug' i if v 'Sl ti, I tt ' w-J Parker, Catherine Dallas Parker, Ioy Talco Parrott, Patricia Fort Worth Parvin, Mary Io Prosper Paschal, Betty Kerens Patterson, Ionnie Denton Payne, Frances lean Hemphill Pennock, Virginia Alvin Petrie, George Denton Phillips, Sally Tyler . Pickarcl, Anita Fort Worth Pickard, Myra Fort Worth Pirtle, Betty Sugar Land Porter, Kathleen Mabelle Poston, Louella Dallas Price, Patty Longview Happy Co-Eds splatter each other with snow on the Marquis lawn. i I Que , ,J , y ,., , A L fl - if ., . IKJJ - 5. -5 .. r-r.., 5 ,..,,,-W qw., 1- - 1- -+- -A .l -..,, .L I-f L-L., .-g -5-fl. 'ssvg-ug: , ' -, 5, 23 6" 5 , " 'V g F ,f l 1 , , r t A--'ft M, 'L-:ff Q 5 W T. 4. 1 I l KW , . law 'K ' ll N .QKUYN , in q x Q '1-'ii M Yucca sta!! confers with Texas Theatre management on covergirl contest. Purgason, Margaret Rankin, Iuanita Faye Read, Olga Reed, Betty I-libbert, Susie Renirow, Patsy Reves, Elizabeth Riley, Margaret Riley, Margaret Roberts, Charles Roberts, lack Rose, Louise Rowell, Edna Mae Rurnsey, Dorothy Sallee, Claudie Sanders, Sue 85 Gainesville Wichita Falls Depart Olney Wylie Plano Denton Gainesville Wills Point Denton Grand Prairie Denton Iowa Park Cleburne Dallas Bowie X f Q L ' 'fsfip it fy... tm 4-E t iv I X Vs f- 1 rf 1 Z 'NJ , ij., l A , XJ Ex-student Executive Council. Smith, Bobby Smith, Dorothy Smith, Loreta Smith, Lyna Smith, Martha Io Snell, Daphne Southerland, Martha Sparks, Marvin Spears, 'Marjorie Spires, lames Spratt, Sallye Bill Standeier, Louise Stansbury, Virginia Stapp, Mary Stark, Doris lean Stiner, Willie Ruth Denton Sherman Prosper Cross Plains Pittsburg Rankin Bio Grande Panhandle Woodson Gainesville Dallas Denton Bonham Leonard Frisco Childress 86 Sasse, Marion Schoenfeld, Walter Scoqgins, Opal Scott, Alice Secrest, Everett Leigh Sellers, Louise Senter, Winnie Sewell, Bennie Shands, Ann Shelander, Charles Shelton, Iulia Shepard, Helen Sue Sims, Francine Skett, Fay Smith, Barbara Elaine Smith, Billie Io Dallas Denton Tioga Athens Tioga Walnut Springs Alvarado Abilene Denton New Braunfels Fort Worth Odessa Brownsboro Port Arthur Diboll Longview Mu Phi Epsilon Tea. I,-,- , ,W . . r , xt' ui-gf! , r s L. , ' .-. ,....,.a 5 s ., " Q77 ,L 5 . E, 3, .c .1 I? X , .7 , Stephen, Mary Ruth Dallas Stobaugh, Margaret Fort Wayne, Ind. Stone, Margaret Alvin Siraughn, Charlotte Dallas Sullivan, Laura Burleson Swafforcl, Nedra Merkel Tarver, Wilma Wills Point Taylor, lane Saginaw Taylor, Natalie Sherman Teel, Carmen Sanger Thomas, Doris Ponder Thomas, Marie Weinert Thomas, Mary Io Denton Thomas, Quentin Dallas Thompson, Billie Fort Worth Timberlake, LaVerne Vera The Mimeograph Ofiice. . . How about cx copy of that quiz? fvf-'wi gf-,mr A' fri,- ,V 1, V , . l I l ' gf.. 3 tl: ,- X 1, 'W ' ' -1 1+ - . I ir, --"tv-i -'r ,t ,Q1-,cv-. , , - If X- a q. iff ml gljfl- X 'fx',l, , '1 -.. lf ' A' XE W A . i 1- a W S -Y tw 'Q ,T y. 4 l 'S f -fe 2-l ,T PM l rf ll Q.. .4- -as all t l , Ai .-1' A I f' i X kt Q 1 F , 7. ,S ' , , , qv J ' f l I , P ,., . pl. , " .. 1 It 'I ' t ' ' V -:- WW -' 1 5 " W '-"..- ' 1 V fight' Ir ir Y 214' 4 , L- gulf.: rf. --Q . S :-gi. .T Q4 E7 Zig" .3 ' x ' A - ' If ffl-1,tL.,,5, . i.-' ' lx l t f yi l .I S ii, fl il t Q- t 'J ' -1 R ' i ll f"' i' il 1, l APO's gorge themselves on watermelon. Torres, Daniel Tanhuato, Mich., Mexico Traster, Elden Treybig, Dorothy Truax, Arline Tunnell, Letha Fern Van Zandt, Frank Vernon, Billie Vinson, Vera Lou Vitela, Carmen Waldrip, Bobbie Walker, Billye Walker, Ruth Walker, Sunell Waller, Donna lean Waters, Georgia Watson, Mary 87 Denton San Antonio Canyon Grand Saline Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Ozona Chillicothe Paris Dallas Van Albany Clarksville Waxahachie A7 V ' V . vt 14 ., , X . Lk s i, i ,lv 5 f W 1 dt ik 'M' -" lx 4 nl f 1 Y I J '4+ 2-6 1- X'-.1 I' 9 t . , Y ' mt 1 bf ' iff' t 'Q 4 W I I 4 E I ls t S t , 2.7. c l 1 x"X . l ... f Watson, Veta Weatherby, lean Weatherby, loyce Webster, Bobby B. Welch, Agnes Wessels, Doris Whitaker, Doris White, Ann White, Frances Whiteside, Dorothy Iean W'hittenberg, Laura Wilbern, Lula F ay Willhoit, Ierry Williams, Ianet Coleman McGregor McGregor Texarkana Longview Ballinger Throckrnorton Ramin Denison Waxahachie Paradise Goose Creek Archer City Decatur Williams, lean Williams, Ioan Longview Decatur George Petrie on the assembly line in the shop. Doggett and Iones obviously caught unawares by the Yucca camera. Wilson, Billie Wilson, Catherine Wilson, lane Wilson, Wynona Womack, Norma Wood, Boy Iaclc Wooten, Helen Ruth Word, Charlotte Wright, Ianette Wright, Nell Yeager, Claryce Yacham, Christine Forestburg Denton Denton Odessa Fort Worth Denton Waco Dublin Vernon Dallas Gainesville Rankin 88 . 1 41 ' -H xl, - ' , ,,,,'q.Xl!. . I I Q fx . V sw- ,. .X 4 I ' D . lt 1 ' 'gf ' iv' ' lfltfg-it B 1 , i f i ' 11 :ill l' 13 ' 1 H, , ., . V, ., x1!, ,-Q ' ',.,. Z . i' .,,- - ' ,- 1. , - s - U , V 1 -ET' I 9 ,gl- f -. ie,.j,j:+EaQ3if i -if t '57 'F - . inf' ' ,.'X , V ! 2 - If ,'2f5",ig it ' L11 lt ' .. , i 'W Q z - , ,, 1 ,156-.ry , t m, 1 v '67 f H+ n l x R 2. W3 2!"E'--tit - . gt-if V .,,. .wi-. - - V , L VL? ft - 1, . ,I V ' 4' :vi Y DANA THOMPSON Secretary -Treasurer IAMES DOWELL, President BOB CANDLER, Vice-President F, fr H , ll, . , 5 4 5 Nl 'ii , . 1 f - '-v f L K , ,, j . , .VP tw . A i wig, I ' W I N Qu tx QM Tl? Sherry gives cz risque wink at the Delta Chi Rush Function. Arnold, Opal Lee Austin, Billye Ruth Aven, lane Aycock, Frances Bacon, Metha Bagby, Eleanor Baldwin, Dolores Ball, Dorothy Ball, Winona Banister, Ioellen Barber, Linda Barksdale, lane El Dorado, Ark. Sanger Grapevine Flat Dickinson Lancaster Fort Worth Dallas Graham Dallas Iacksonville Dallas 90 Acker, Eddie Adkins, Pearl Agee, Peggy Allen, Paula lean Allgood, Polly Allison, Lou Ellen Ammon, Patsy Anderson, Ioan Ard, Alice Arledge, Louise Armstrong, Frances Arnold, Henry Dallas Hillsboro N ocona Vera Denton Dallas Longview Nocona Seagoville Pondale Dallas Pilot Point The P. O. on a rainy day. i Q' ' -ru , N 'Y' i s P, , f A li- I 3 L :Milli f - I -Qi' ' ,C - - ,.1,.w' ' ., ,..F. , I I, Q 1 L I . ng ,A ' , in . .Aw I J.. ' ,J 5 Q 'A 0 K rd' , . ' A i . ' . 4 I 4 1 1 A .. x 1 ,.- .:,,. I L 1 , 5. I W , W Q H ' Y- E ,If V '-.f' ,Z ' 'rw- ,4 l ,, '- ,- , I .4 it X f . ,LW l 'T 'ZZ' xc' :V rl '- 0 X L 1 ITL- fi ! ,xl 1 tillilliilllitigii:Ai Barnard, De Olva Barnhart, Margie Barnum, Bobbie Rae Bauqhman, Irene Beckenholdt, Rose Marie Beene, Ioy Belcher, Hazel Bennett, Barbara Bennett, Richard Berry, Gerald Bell, Sallie Bishop, Bill Iustin Mart Fort Worth Raymondville Dallas Royse City Krum Fort Worth Granloury Grand Saline Mexia Denton Executive Council of the WRA gives the photographer plenty of cheesecake. 49' . 1 ,. ----ff-' QL. in .. wtgn -1 A. - --I f I . fi 0 f ' liz xv 'ff l . u- ,Mg V' t Q 1-eff li l l , K 1 'jf 1 4 ' i P' is . I 41 ' fl' ig, fl, ff 5 lt "G 'ff i lsiff, -Tiff 'IA' ' H ,,.' - .r-:mf . -1- ,tn -,nal l, ,.rr' ' I 'f .gg ' :..- 'Q if 2- t-4 pta . IL it .1. e V 3: gy, -g..'5"1 ir v.,i:fZ:'S V .A 5' ' 5 E X' T-4' I Q39 1 , 'J T '. .. Tail V' tlffiffz t r K X xl The formal Kappa Kappa Kappa dinner dance. Black, Geor-ge Blackmon, Betty lean Bland, Iuanita Blondell, Patsy Bogart, Sue Bolls, Martha Nan Boone, Wanda Boorman, Iune Booth, Carrol Bowden, Essie Mae Braqq. loe Ann Branch, Ben Hal 91 Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Denton Fort Worth Dallas Springdale, Ark. Princeton Breckenridge Sweetwater Bonham Boyse City Haynes, Hibberd, and Hester hear hot iive at slab dance. Brown, Polly Ann Bryan, Bobbie lean Bryant, Travis Buhl, Beverly Bullock, Helen Burch, Mary Frances Burgess, Edna Merle Burgess, Valarie Burnard, ,Elton Burns, Patsy Burns, Wilma Bae Busey, Gloria Whitewright McKinney Denton Fort Worth Pottsboro A Denton Azle Gilliland , Dallas El Dorado, Ark. lredell Decatur 92 i I S ll M YQ ll Brand, Faye Denton Branson, Deane Bowie Briggs, Cecil Denton Brock, Audra P Bailey Brock, Le Hoy Waxahachie Brock, Lou Ann Bailey W Brooks, Kelly Pilot Point Brooks, Margaret Sadler W Bronaugh, Iarnes Prairie Hill Brown, Billie Dell Fort Worth Brown, Joyce Fort Worth Brown, Peggy Bonham Out of cz block ol stone . . . E J 1 'L' . V i Bynum, Floyd Dallas Bynum, lean Waxahachie Campbell, Dell Iasper Canant, Maurice Texas City Canant, Maurine Texas City Caldwell, Helen Panhandle Caldwell, Ioe Kaufman Callaway, Nell Mt. Calm Callaway, Wilmoth Naples Candler, Bob Mobeetie Cantrell, Kathleen Dalhart Carroll, Dessie Mae Haskell Pai stops to talk to Ed Meyers at Penders. X ' . - , t 5 . 4 F if ' 'Y 'X , RE 'Y . ' xl Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa. Cashion, Maurine Carrollton Castle-berry, Bob Denton Cate, Ruby Ruth Van Alstyne Chaffin, Charlene Vernon Chaiin, Cloyce Cleburne Chatin, Ioyce Cleburne Chappell, Betty Pittsburg Childers, Iean Iasper Chapman, Ierene Talco Chapman, Ioanne Dallas Clark, Dorothy Ianis Dallas Clark, Marguerite l Rochester 93 f- 1 .XQQ-'jggf' K K:-212 V V, -'-'gl , 1, if will . ' ' L V, 1. . - it ' 'lf . 'Fry' fu , v -- l Clark, Mira Denton Clary, Sally Bonham Clayton, Betty Sue Maud, Okla. Clement, Mildred Bra Clement, Bernie 'Dallas Cline, Ray D. Blue Bidqe Cochran, I. E., Ir. Mesquite Colbert, Glenda Nell Electra Colernan, Doris Mart Coleman, Floys Dean Kirvin Coley, Billie Iacksboro Collier, PEGGY Longview Mr. Hall leaves the print shop to trip the light fantastic. NT students give Cap and Bells program irom Music Hall Collier, Ruth Collins, Billy P. Collins, Neorna Collins, Sara Ella Combs, Ieannee - Combest, Marshall Conway, Ruby Copeland, Barbara Cook, Coy Cook, G. W., Ir. Cooper, Iacquelyn Cooper, lane Wichita Falls Denton Corsicana Lufkin El Dorado, Ark. Princeton Glen Rose Dallas Gilmer Brownsboro " Streetrnan Madisonville 94 lt, " " ' ' ,, t VH Cornelius, Don Celina Couch, Ioe Greenville Cox, Glenn Greenville Cox, Lucius Denton Crantill, Darrell Collinsville Cranford, Dick San'Antonio Crawford, Betty Blooming Grove Crawford, Katherine F ate Crelia, Erlanna Bonham Crouch, Bob Denton Crouch, Douglass Denton Crow, Doris Hearne Fitz-Patrick puts horns on Purdy. 3 JI 50' .. . . 4, 2 , E if A . , . ',:,-'-T. -K N .z 6, mil ' -1 H' . , if 'Q ' in W xi ,S N t ' 'fri' v t '- ' 6213, . -'we Ftp' , ' -ft..: , ' " it N' . H A :J r AI it A . tl fl wp. , 1. Q- :A 1 - I has f' alibi!!! if E A n' if if 'Q . ' fy, , x, , ....-.ri, . , P t 1, ts- ' ? Y tu, vNw.?,: x W I M l if Tv 5,11 , ' , I l My ' ' ,.. - L ' 'f i., ' - 7 H 'ltr 1., . V . . iff BE , Z L tl I if - t , me The Yucca photographer must have slipped by Mrs. Acker to get this one. Crownover, Ruth Crurnbley, Ted Crumley, Ieannette Culver, Madqe Cunninqharn, Marilyn Currinqton, Mary Ann Curry, Betty Sue Daniel, Bobbie Davidson, Mrs. Emily Kate Davidson, Howard Davis, Katharine Davis, Patricia 95 Seymour Dallas Ferris Breckenridge Dallas Corsicana Sweetwater Nocona Port Worth Denton Eldorado Pilot Point -fe' ,, , .,, gr' l JE:-' ,Pl L C I J-Wil". WP' .11'- lg .- .fsi N " '- 77.2, .,,,f??,3.rTf fs?-21' , , . will , ..,-,,- 1: ,- Betty Brammer dispensing cold drinks at Penders. Diller, Mary Dobbs, lack Dollahite, Edgar Donoho, Ava Nell Dooley, Leona Dorrak, C. D. Dowell, Iarnes E. Downing, lean Downs, Lila Louise Dublin, Edith Fay Dudek, Marshall Dunham, Mary Lee Albany Marshall Marlin Fort Worth Denton Dcfilhs Breckenridge Graham Llano Midland Dallas Dallas 96 l Davy, Betty Farmersville Dawson, Irving Bellevue Day, Floy Denton Day, Ioe, Ir. McKinney Day, Ioy Denton Dean, Winifrecl Memphis, Tenn. Deaton, lack E. Denton De Blanc,'Patti Sugar Land Dennis, Ioan Whitesboro Denny, Betty Celeste Dickson, Ioy Winnsboro Dillard, lean Bonham Breakfast at Marquis. 1 Dyer, Gloria Dallas Easley, Tera Hemphill 4 Easter, Nina Faye 4 ,N I Iacksboro Edwards, chmlsie Ruth Littlefield Eeds, Elizabeth Santa Anna Eledqe, Ray I. Bloorninq Grove Elkins, Edith Blooming Grove Elkins, Wilma lean Bonham Elliott, Christine Overton Ellis, Isabel Marshall Everett, Betty Fort Worth Everett, Iimmy Lee Electra Nilwon Nowlin spelled sideways is still Nilwon Nowlin. ta l 1? t . . V53 it F e A f V' ,Eff I t is I- " , ' v ga-, ..,, K .H P W f, ' .1 V ff 'P t I P tl Fl tx-ri' R . Students always have such fun in assembly! Farish, LaVoyce Ferguson, Martha Fincher, Harold Gene Fletcher, Billie Flynn, Bettye lane Folly, Betty Foster, Tommy Fowler, Mary Io Franklin, Ieanne Frasher, Chrystine Mizzell, Betty Fulton, Glenda I 97 Corsicana Cleburne Marlow, Okla. Decatur Chillicothe Groesbeck Greenville Dallas Port Arthur Atlanta Dallas Grand Prairie ev- -. : nz .l... . -ff ' K 4 N li-491 F 1 - a teal it l A A .. M, i fl gr t fit' I . Q Y l K 1 Dr. Silvey and members ol the Pointer cmd Setter club qloat over the duy's loot. Gill, Ioyce Whan Gilley, Virginia Iacksboro Gable, Paul A. Longview Godwin, Mary Elizabeth Denton Gooch, Iean Caddo Mills Goode, Martha Iayne Dallas Goodrich, Mary Vera Goolsby, Iarnes E. Memphis, Tenn. Gough, Betty, Denton Grant, Elsie Fort Worth Grant, Silas S. Fort Worth Gray, Dorcas Dallas 98 Fuqua, Leemore Gage, Roger Ganoway, lean Gannon, Lee Garner, Carol Garner, Myron Garrett, Billie Garrett, Naomi Gassaway, Betty G-eddie, Lucille George, Bettye George, Emitt Leonard Stamford Decatur El Dorado, Ark. Palestine Dallas Lubbock Fate Lawton, Okla. Denton Van McCaulley Sanger Drs. Harris cmd Dickie examine their baked beans. su 3 ii W lr 'X , Q "" l iii - 'U' 1' yum L N.. ' F. T., I ' r E ' v In Q .l i ' WEL-a A 1 5.ff,, 1 -.eith er 6 grf Y P 7 'L ,A 1 Jai 1 ll 'L I Wu ' 'mg' -tw 4 Wvvu,AQVi.A',,, .gif nw' ' f it milf? fi iigifigf " iilf: HH. - K L .e.-...Ji H9 . -- J . - 'li L 1-Fhfl 5-fri? '," rv ' .i'- ' 1 R iifli' l 'S L rg, l i 4 lx ' V: l , A :fill A J 4 Ld, I ,H 'l Ll' ,,l' 'ilrffu gy ,gf Ili.. 4 g, Gray, Kenneth Melissa Gray, Ruth San Antonio Greene, Helen Ailania Green, Ralph Dallas Gribble, Billie Frisco Griffin, Ray Luikin Gunsiead, Wm. F. Eldorado Gwinn, Ysonde 'Dallas Habern, Charles I. Lewisville Hainline, Dan Sherman Hall, Mary Grace Talco Hamilton, Hope Quiiaque These ladies graced the reception line for Louise Meizner. 'H T famrp rx .H ,- A , ,r 1 X l I 1, -QU - 1-1-.1 5? 'R ,. we , I H , n V , l V , J N si ig Icme, Sirick, Louise and Brock are sitiing ihis one ouf. Hamilton, lane E. Hamnionds, Iessie Hansen, Beverly Hardaway, Betty Hardin, Billy Hare, Louise Harmon, Norma Harper, Don Harris, Carolyne Harris, Iune Harris, Mary Harrison, Peggy Q9 Quiiaque Pilot Point Denison Calvert Grapevine New London Dallas . Galveston Pryor Streetman Tulia Naples 10- -' -.if if lui. N'g':"1 lfiiizacfli-.- -J if ' , 'xx is r LMNOP rv i Schoenield isn't on the needle. just taking a smallpox test. r K Harshbarger, Delores Pottsboro Hartline, Iimrny Denton Haws, 'William Andrews Hawthorne, Ieannine Mexia Hayes, Arrnender Devers Henderson, Doris lane Santa Anna Henderson, Iuanita Bryson Hendrix, Ola Marie Dallas Herndon, Ellen Galveston Herrington, Beulah Corsicgma Hickman, Iaimie San Antonio Hicks, Varyne Marshall Drawing books at the Textbook Library. Highfill, Polly Hightower, Edith Hill, Billie Ann Hill, Ioan Hite, ,Betty Hodges, Laverne Hodges, M. IB. ' Hoffman, Lewis Hogan, Ieannine Hohertz, Avelyn Hoke, Patty Holder, Sylvia Valley View Albany Midland ' Fort Worth Odessa Center Point Kirkland Frankston Fort Worth V Big Spring Denton San Antonio lO0 , ' kiwi 'H Holloway, Elouise Dallas Hollawell, Billie Gene ' ' Grand Saline Holt, Lottie Itasca Holzman, Io Anne Dallas Hopper, Iohn Grandview Hornbeck, Rupert Baytown Horton, Nita lane Mineola Howard, Virginia Pilot Point Howell, Ann Marshall Hubbard, George Denton Hudgins, Bonnibelle Fray Huddleston, Adele Orange Was that a high shot. or did a B-29 iust come over? it 1 'vt mf i lx , D r Q , 1 t t I . t 'tf ,Q-3:55 Beverly and Iohn seem to be enioying the sunshine- and each other. Hudnall, Iohn Lewisville Hudson, lean Canton Hudson, Iulia Fort Worth Hudson, Martha An n Pecos Huggins, Gwenn Pineville, Ark. Hughes, Dorothy Denton HUQIKSS, lC11'l'19S Whitesboro Hughes, Nelda Bryan Hughes, Pam Font Worth Hugan, 'Billie Marie Ponder Hulke, Doris WQCQ Hume, Kenneth McKinney 101 ' A MQ, ,:i. y, 1 5. fi f In X ye 'gn QE hh Q Charlie Miller swings out at an APO dance. Iohnson, Douglas Iohnson, LaVerne Iohnson, Russell Iohnston, Frankie Iones, Betty Gene Iones, Marilyn Iones, Sara Iordan, Peggy Iowell, Clara Iuenqermann, Iohn Henry Iuenqerrnann, Helena Iulian, Ierrel Santa Anna Aubrey Weineri Waxahachie Dallas Dallas Lewisville Ada, Okla. Blum Corsicana Corsicana Commerce 102 Hunn, l..aVerne Aubrey Hunnicutt, Annabelle Newkirk, Gkla. Hunter, Helen Wichita Falls Hutto, Leonard Fort Worth Iackson, Melba Farmersville Iacobi, Ann A Electra Ioye, Fred, Ir. Delreon Ienkins, Bobby Dallas Ienkins, Gloria Ann Denton Ienninqs, Iuaniia T ulia Ienninqs, Lucille Tulia Iett, Betty Ruth Avalon Suzie Hull helps photographer get cr focus for this shot , oi a watermelon feast. 1 , I . A L , nz f rr- w- 'Tl ,E . . -J 6 1 1 t 1. w' - f 1. Qi - 34.224-"'t'f', i fait! 5 . :F L51 .1 A sf Kay, Nita Mae Stephenville Keatts, Iarnes Dallas Keeler, Christine Zephyr Keel, Earl Tom Fort Worth Kelly, Douglas Alvarado Kelly, Ianelle Waxahachie Kennard, Marguerite Fort Worth Kent, Rita Faye Corsicana Killian, Clarence Melissa Kender, Iannie Beth Albany King, Bobby Winnsboro ' King, Jackie Brownfield Miss Cora Belle Wilson gives a few pointers in the staging of the History pageant. ng ,hw A Y, ' . 51' T 5 x WZ X" . Waafsfifis . t f'2"2' :si ' iflfff: f Y, - -- . V ' li p I V J l,V v , ' f , 5. 'ef' A 5 x 9' l l . Iimmie Hopper addresses APO's at formal dinner. King, Iesse Dallas Kinney, Charlotte Louise Talpa Kisinger, Iuanice Bed' Springs Klein, George Denton Knight, Ernestine Temple Kyle, Beverly Carthage Labot, Iune Camille Houston Layman, Ina Ruth Frisco Lambert, Kenneth Denton Lambert,.Faul Decatur Land, Fred A. Fort Worth Lane, Maxine Dublin 103 Krum Hopkins and some friends do their Christmas shopping. f. Lee, Bill Legg, LaN elle Lemon, Evelyn Letz, Adeline Levi, Nancy Lewis, Yvonne Liestman, Dorothy Light, Richard Lillebridqe, Marion Elizabeth Lindley, Alrneta Lindley, George Lineham, Warida Galveston Dallas Vernon Old Glory , Bowie Dallas Alief Collinsville Dallas Seminole Krum Iaclcsboro 104 Langford, Mary Langham, Iackie Lanier, Beverly Lareau, Shirley Larson, lay Boy LaRue, Lemuel Lasater, Betty Iean Lasaier, Ioyce Lassiter, Betty Laster, Honie Lou Layne, Kenneth Leach, Winifred Bonita Dallas LaPorte Vernon Smithville Denton Haslet Dallas Houston Kilgore Waxahachie Allen lust u minute cmd I'll get that number. ll N utiztir L I :um fr' ,, X lL l . 5' V - '55, , l ti ash' ,,,t., ,. it "1 . lf' ,A V Linenschmidt, Rose Marie Litton, Wilma Lockhart, Patsy Lockhart, Peggy Long, Maclelyn Looney, Doyle Lord, Douglas Love, Don Love, Louise Lowry, Roberta Lum, Norma lean Maddux, Vernelle Sanger Pittsburg Gilmer Gilmer Dallas Ernhouse Dallas Corsicana ' Cleburne Waxahachie El Dorado, Ark. Fort Worth Signing out lor a lost weekend. ,rs xi R I f i :ll Q 't I t 1 1. l 1 , Y, W I l A 1 i i 71 . ' '. . H 'wfqls . 1 My 1 I :faux 1 ,. "1"', ' 'L f ' ' i' V l PT ,- i 'A l i ' "4 Zi I' ' I, 9 .. 5 - ...zz 5 H x A rf- - -4-Q, A K "WR l s, , ' fee, E9 Z'-.fizzikz 5-Nw?-EZE1: N fl f X ' 45 . '- N VQ - G ' it K 'gf ei ' ual ., f v ' V I L1 ffl I . 1-. wr mx ,Z Ef,f51:f3'5WV . ,4 -- , NF! lf. li av- i ul' A '- .. -C'- U ll v 1 -. 'K' I I x . . 'xl fa' , ll -h M li li' " 'rg' I I n ' ii' f: T-'LLQT' ff: ' ' 'yi' A 2' ., Sitting one out at the Christmas formal. Mallow, Mary Alice Malone, lack Mam, Charles S. Marburqer, Charlene Marshall, Nancy Martin, Fay Martin, Ianice Martine, Iune Mask, lean Massey, Mary Massey, Mary Frances Matlock, Ella lean 105 Kermit Goo cllett Denton Mart Frisco Oran Decatur Mart Gainesville Fort Worth Granbury Iacksboro -sk I , r, r I '1 I X Is.. ,gl X! I 21 ""' . ' . I 1- W v . o 1 I ,Q I I i I l I A I 4 ' Y' 1 , I" , I t ,W 'clk " E 'Lil A , S f N 1 ..... "M . ef' YWGLV , .-.. I , I I I I I I I Mrs. Collins assists G. I.'s in housing. McCreary, Margaret McCurdy, Boyce McCurrin, Iohnnie . McDonald, Marth McDowell, Mary Helen McDutf, Rosebud McFarlin, T. I. McGee, Dale McGee, Guy McGinnis, Bobby McGuire, Glenna McKay, Claire El Dallas Bonham Whitesboro a Lou Sweetwater Bonham Chico Sanger Forestburg George West Waxahachie Sherman aine Waxahachie 106 f . I f JI I I'-. fb ,LQ I 1 Matthews, lean Argyle Maxwell, Charles Waxahachie Mays, Martha Ann ' Frisco McCartney, Billy Waxahachie McCarty, Catherine Wichita Falls McClelland, Virginia Marshall McCleskey, Allen Graham McCollum, Eddie Lou Houston McCormick, Bill Denton McCoy, Estelle Grand Prairie McCoy, Mary Glenne Electra McCracken, Mary Io Gasoline Dun discusses Pan-Amex-icunism at Dyche's Corner. ,fy is "X, ro , N LA... ,an QC' 1:3 -n I .I gli. I I Hal 5.2 l la x r ll. AK 313- , vi .N V f , Ittt 't.- , ,J Il Y' A kr -,wiglgll :il,.1!'.:.',t' C' McKay, lohn McKinney, Barbara McKnight, Bettie y McKnight, Carolyn McKnight, Mary McNeill, Katherine McPherson, Wyndelle ,Mead, Bill Meador, Patsy Meads, Marion Mecllin, Edna Louise Mercer, lean These boys have sux appeal. i Arp Denton Fort Worth Dallas Celina Houston Quanah Dallas Carrollton Seymour Dallas Dallas I , A t t -Q I T X , t l Good or badminton? Merony, Wardene Fort Worth Midgett, Billy Tioga Miller, Helen Fort Worth Miller, Patsy Longview Millican, lean Farmersville Mills, lean Nacogdoches Mitchell, Martha Ann Olclen Montgomery, Io Anne Dallas Montgomery, Laverne Elkhart Moore, Donna Dallas Moore, Evalyn N ocona Moore, Evelyn Luilcin lO7 -12 ,st Students in industrial arts learn leather craft. Moore, Iarnes Edgewood Moore, Iohnnie Beaumont Moore, Lois Bryan Moore, Mildred Perryton Morgan, Betty Wills Point Marley, Retha Mart Morris, Elizabeth Texarkana Morris, PeqfJY Dallas Morris, Ruth Claire Marshall Mosley, Wanda Farmersville Moyer, Charline Marlow, Okla. Mudd, Mary Denton Girls from the print shop take time out to smile prettily lor the Yucca photographer. Mulkey, Gwenclel Mullins, Thelma Iean Murdock, Ruth Denton Forreston Dallas Murphy, Raymond Myrick, Faye Rebecca Nance, Mary Hal Nations, Yvonne Naylor, Milton Neal, Betty Neal, Mary Lynn Nelson, Wanda Sue Newman, Patricia Paradise Princeton Graham Van Ringgold Newcastle - Newcastle Munday Fort Worth 108 ,mf'- -A J ig. 5 +' 7 Ll? 5 J I it 1 1 . tx 'til' 1 .-ti,-we t '5L? f.s.r 1512 25' Tl' Newton, Donna Niendorff, Iames R. North, Charlene Nowlin, Nilwon Nunn, Katie Ruth ,X N unneley, Earl O'Conner, Peggy Odom, Melba Oliver, Colleen Oswalt, Doris Oswalt, Helen Outlaw, Janice Marshall Dallas Fort Smith Coolidge Garrett St. Io Dallas Mineral Wells Denton Mexia Mexia Orange Hanging a iew blueprints to dry in the Manual Arts Building. iggvmif ' A , ,buy ii, P l Q T g ii'i4.l" ' l lf' H n 'va Ki f P sf l lvl' it ,if a , ll lk l X ll .V-, I W . , it U p-4v', ' .f , yu." -'- Y- 1. Ki fel Tl 2 A V' . 'T , ,I ' I My ,Y f tw 5 S - I l , N , ' ' . . t 1 3 4 I ...iq TJ 1 ' 1 4-.ll .L inf' A -X 1 iq? " 'T' V, - , 'i 21" i X1 1- ' 1 f' R i l L I " 1 r Q i 'fi . ' '42 ' ll! E-'ei Ryanair. Ali Q' , ,. A ,Af ,. 1. N ef' Q . V l l am f f it I -Q4 ' ' ll ll till ll if Q. fb, Dr. Bridges must have just told a ioke. Owen, Dorothy Pace, Ioanna Pankey, Mac Pardue, Beverly Parks, George A. Parks, Keith Parks, Nelda Partin, Patsy Patterson, Mary Lynn Patton, Charles Peacock, Darnell Pearson, Ben 109 Dallas Fort Worth Sherman Odessa Dallas Denton Dallas Dainqertield Gainesville Denton Forsan Cappell wma .1 .5 :vu ' 'WW 1. ,'.a'2Tf,a- . .5321 4 " ag., ,- ' . :.f:f.':.b... 1. I1 ' J' :smzizirr 1 1- 9. - f Maggy ,L at ,-,. ', ' - .N: 5, , ,, it ff- 1 x 4, t ,l I 1 1 ff' t n ful , x ,.1 1 , , 4 f tl, Aly 1. ff. I 1 w - V' tt" ll .Yin J 4-L., 1, t ' r t t . 1' , .. 5. 1 I l Q, ' I A, i r t . . et 6' Jw. , , 3 y 'N X H f i J X yu ' 1 l . - .szgllii lt Qi :'7".5l Hello, Irma. I'm at the College Cafe. Potts, Virnell Powell, Barbara Power, Otis Prim, lonnie Ruth Puqh, Dorothy Pyeatt, Ruth Dale Quisenberry, Mona Rainey, Mildred Ramsey, Eva Io Randles, Billy Randolph, Hazel Rape, Ianelle Bryson DeKalb Marshall Quanah Cisco ' Rio Vista Sanger Denton Oklaunion McKinney Coleman Mineola 110 . Pemberton, PeQ'fJY Panhandle Penny, Peggy Linden Perdichs, Angela Waco Phelps, Charles Mesquite Phillips, Billy Italy Phillips, May Ellen Houston Pierce, Roy Handley Pippin, Iohn L. Roanoke Porter, Bettye Gainesville Porter, G. R. Mesquite Porter, Ioan Maypearl Poteet, Shelton Cleburne High school students run experiments in Demonstration Hi Chemistry lab. .-K-3 Rasor, Iohnnie Ray, Mary Reavley, Ruth Reid, Truett Reynolds, Iames Reynolds, Iarnes H. Rhoton, Delrna Rice, Ahlene 'W' ' "" "3'Z1. Q Q3 , , Q , , , " -! rl -:fu ,l rg.. Tye, , ' ' ,f d li ! N 'FP if l 1 .X , V. lt . 1 Y- was I ' 111 Rich, Geraldine Richardson, Clyde Leon Richardson, Janelle Richardson, Loretta Denton 'fi' V Longview :gf il Nacogdoches in nlnu Canton l y A 'YJ ll if 1:1 l ff , Frcmkston if l 1 Haskell T gl, X I McCaulley " Hemphill ' lg f fll 522 Huff ,,,,'.-". W i s 1 4 Gorclonville Whitesboro Gatesville Campbell Smith gives organ recital. Hico l V, f l. ef 'L' "TTfJ'i7 'C 1, I 3 f U V vi 7 U 1 fp , 'ff 1 I ip' f H Winners oi Avesta Contest pose under smiling Santa. Riley, George Riney, Ianey Ripper, Dorothy Robason, Peggy Gainesville Pilot Point Cross Plains Red Springs -12, . ,l M 1 ff X we are , , ,fe li fs- is 62 r tl . ilk, ' l f f t 1 JU , Robbins, Dorothy Nell Roberson, Eddie Roberts, Billye Roberts, Bobbie Robertson, Bobby Robertson, Mary Alice Robinson, Ieanne Rodriguez, Iohn lll Dublin Nocona Frederick, Okla. Saint Io MQY El Dorado, Ark. Chico San Antonio "CS" 2' ,. S: if ."" V '1 r I. .t 5 t K V I I sf , sh- ' 'l ' I H 5' Q, A 3 Claire Bryant takes notes on the History pageant. Schubert, Fred Scott, Bobbie Sealy, Billie Marie Seely, Mary Kaye Seely, Virginia Segrest, Ioyce Sellers, Billie lean Selzer, Velmarie Sensibauqh, Mitta Beth Shackelford, Velma De Shandle, Mary Lois Shaw, Billie Faye G Houston Fort Worth Richland Springs Whitesboro Whitesboro Houston Walnut Springs Denton Fort Worth Meridian Throckmorton Slidell 112 Rogers, Sidney Routh, Frank Rudd, James Russell, Bess Io Russell, Ioanne Sockett, Ioyce Solamon, Nathan, Ir. Sauer, Gertrude Scott, Mary Ruth Scribner, Charles Schafer, Betty A Scheihaqen, Patsy Lawhon seems to have the real McCoy: Sherman Greenville Howe Whitewright Vera Dallas Denton Eldorado Athens McKinney Fort Worth Bryan Ball is on the ball, too. iss W. l 4. "K' A A W ,, ., , , ,. A -Q K f' ' 1.5 lf if K., ,,.,,- .i --, ll ' ' I 5 " A: -' N i l .gy "kg, v if i B F W x , l rt at R l FE ,nl f Q ' .- 'i-Leu, 3 ni V Q: 1 'ffm t W A 4 ' t 5, Shawver, Dorothy Helen Seymour Shepelwich, Stanley Fort Worth Shipp, Betty Lou Petrolia ,- ,A Shirley, Dorothy Grand Saline -A FD l na Short, Iulia Whiteishoro ,Q ' P 1' Short, Wanda Fort Worth Shults, Emma B. Chillicothe ,B ,Nl I Shwifi, Marianne Dallas E I I Sides, Marvonne Canton ' f Simmons, Elizabeth Fort Worth V T NN 3 Sinclair, Lucy Dallas 'Qs ' Skipwith, Burl Bowie - ' j I Eg- A Le- Problem: lo find Murphy Mcxriin's eyebrows at the Inter-Sorority Dance. Spooky always takes his camera to the Sinncxe functions. - - Slider, Catherine Comanche Smith, Betty Longview Smith, Betty Love Denton Smith, Doris lean - Farmersville Smith, lcmie Arlington Smith, Kay ' tl-louston Srniih, Martha Nell Gainesville Smith, O. W. V Denton Smith, Patricia Dallas Snodgrass, lulia Overton Snow, Mary Helen Harlingen Spalding, Lois Sadler ll3 ,Q N ' I ff , I F., X W i it K . ls'-1+ 1 , -3 N ' l 1 'K' Q 1 X l l N X t ,gli 5 - ,Lil lrtf M. ,-Q 'ffl V71 'Q ' .17 ' :L 4- , ,V , . v, f UQ., if - . L 'l Iust two characters in the rain. Steward, Colleen Stewart, Elaine Stewart, Lucy Stewart, Mildred Stiff, Rynell Stockard, Billie lean Straughan, Mary Io Stuart, Virginia Styron, Kathleen Sullivan, Peggy Iune Sullivan, Troy Sutherland, Sunelle Farmersville Iacksboro Krurn Aubrey Denton Dallas McKinney Dallas Cleburne Woodson Denton Winnsboro Spears, Odean Spencer, Peggie Spencer, Rollie b Spoor, Betty Sportsman, Beverly Springer, Loise Springfield, Mary Frances Spurlock, Voncile Stanley, Bob Stark, lulia Stein, Jeannine Stewart, Bernice Houston Fort Worth Dallas Galveston Denton Hillsboro Lott May Denton Denton Dallas laclcsboro Thetas entertain the tall rushees at the Women's Club. ' X A , 3? - l I t I' 5 . it . . " fp'-I f M :f: 1' .,,.5.. ..i. . f ' f I . , ,Wg -i iv ' 4 'X l . t !'if"RlZl ' 7' ' J V V :, in A f" -.' - . :N wg ' r ni. , In ' 111 V Q 1 EM i -. tmfrrv A J.-,'.il'i' fu W - , "5" y lt. A V ig,-,t:,l'-frat, 15, A, l' I tl' 'Z 1---,..QI..4t.Li. .l , l . Y 1 .A I r- 5 ,.v 1 if H-'ffm V' , , .1 52.111 - --, ll' O 115. Tandy, Nan Ozona Tate, Delores DeLeon Tate, Ruth Hawkins Tate, Terry Denton Taylor, Betty Io Albany Taylor, Carman Ponder Taylor, I. B. Denton Taylor, Vernon Corsicana Teipel, Ianie Dallas Thielbaud, Bobbie , Overton Thompson, Bettye Chillicothe Thompson, Dana Madill, Okla. Sally Gentle must be giving out presents at the Senior Mary Arden Christmas party. nas If-If :I X N ll T ' ,. ,I .J Ll tk .tw fs ::: 1 K E .I .E - Ly -Q-1 ,I gs., ' I L, ,MJ '- F i l l 21 ' Tia, -ze. If 1 G Hopkins. Cobb. ei. al., at N Thompson, Dora Lee Thompson, Leon A. Thorton, Polly Ann Tidwell, Maxine Tillotson, Marian Tompkins, Martha Townsend, Billie Townsend, Ruth Trant, Blocker Traverse, Patsy Traweek, Catherine Triqq, Dorothy ll5 .T. Goli Course. Anna ' Denton Dallas Seymour Fort Worth Port Arthur Sweetwater Llano Bryan Waco Talco Eastland 5 FT1"T fI??171'5 1 l, , , i 7 .i 1 'X If i 1 x an H l rjnsgillx r Hn l.i.51fT?'QE4 f fl 1,1115 . raw 1, ' ' io.. ' .1 ' , , 23.15 l . - 'nl , fm-5 l .fc 3 1' 'K' 'Will all Ui Y ' ,iv ' 1 . " - 'it .'f L, ,,1,-E"S 1 - -' - ' , 'T :..i . L I ' fx I-. N cg, l L4 Q 1 K i I P ' ' ling, , 71.9, - 1 '- sf l 1. 25? , 1 -,-4.1 f ' Q' 3:?Ff,'l, rirreeyyaxrmsi.,-':: 1.3 .rid X: V. Q. lil-l lf ,N-i 1-' H? J .s I ,I J + 1 ' Q- . ,' W B , rv. ll r, 5' ' . :QE ,w 1 m 1 f 1 u' X, ,l Kappcz's hang the lust ornament on their Christmas tree. Wade, Mary Ophelia Wagoner, Mildred Wakelancl, Billie lean Walker, Doris Walker, Mary Beth Walters, Nelba Ward, Dorinda Ward, Lanelle Warner, Dorothy Warrington, Iewell Watkins, loyce Watson, Patty Frisco Mesquite Forre ston Gainesville Houston Canton Denton Bowie Mission Trenton Borqer Coleman ll6 Weaver, Mary Martha Fort Worth Webb, Myra lean Kaufman Welch, Dorothy Denton Welch, Malcolm DeKalb Welsh, Marie Denton Westbrook, Iean Denton Wester, Bill Floyclada Westerman, Celia Big Spring Whaley, Mary Memphis Wheeler, lean Collinsville Wherry, Ann Elkhart Whitaker, Frances Tulsa, Olcla. Captain Vicul confers with Deon Fonts. l " my t.. , b., ,,,,.,,4, 4- . t -If' 1 , i' 4 g W' ' t j D t .,. A 4 ll Y -. Hi: fl, I A h l',. , j .,,v,...--, ..,, Y ,,,, , A, . 1 l w. ' I ' .- ,' All -. "' ' ' A ' V ,Qi 1' V j i ' wi v s . , is The Mu Phi's give cx reception for Louise Meizner. White, Harry Whitehurst, Marie Whiteside, Irene Whitley, Sara Vfhitsett, Doris Wilcox, Bobbie Wilkinson, Hooper Williams, Anita Williams, Kurze Westall Williams, Louise Williams, Lucy Dale Williams, Maxine ll7 Haslet Longview Denton Pilot Point Tulia Gainesville New Castle Dallas Saint Io Marlow, Okla. Dallas Denton V-. .,,. 4 iw X l' ' '- :nv 'gl 7 'f1 1' l 1 ,1 l W 1 K 1 Y '1 Roswell makes a point to lean and I. D. before a debate. Woodall, Robert Bowie Wright, Carole Bryson Wright, Lola Beth Turnersville Wright, Lou Eileen Petrolia Wyles, Eual Bonham York, David Dallas York, Ioe Corsicana Young, Betty Denison Young, I. W. Cleburne Young, Yvonne Old Glory Youngblood, Holton Ponder Carmichael, Mary lim Bonham ll8 Williams, Neva Montague Williamson, Winnie Post Oak Willis, Alta Hamlin Wilroy, Dulcie Anne Dallas Wilroy, Paula Gene Lutkin Wilson, Billie Forrestburg Wilson, Evelyn Fort Worth W'ilson, Ioyce Greenwood Wilson, Lloyd Denton Wilson, Peggy Iacksonville Witcher, Dolores Breckenridge Wollard, Bobbie Mt. Calm Lovely Ann Shands makes good subiecl for Avesta Editor Burl Stiii's camera. A . 1 . Q -l x 1 if V lg! 1, aflgivgv 1... , ,. B11 t' ,R P d 1, A" a en me oy on er Beall, Frances Greenville A - 4 Buyeu, Dolores Dallas I Burleson, Charlene San Angelo s s seJ-- 1 ' Qnln f'Wie:'v.f'fw Childers, Io Denton Q at -- 39 f - A l :-:! 1 ' i"."Q f Dabney, Ioe Granbury X' W 125 ,2"' P' j Daffron, Maydelle Port Worth if 'nl A . B. ' T-. Daniel, Sh1rley Ann Houston 4 ,ii , in 4 Deuvall, MCITY Fort Worth W C: U-V:4,i Daugherty, Mary Denton fum ,l H Dixon, Lameta Kerens ,E ' ,A Elliott, Patricia Anne Dallas 1': l . Coffee time with Mr. Brown '- . gl-W illy! . ,Q yas , .f '5 - ffl H Tir NT, 'lg ' -4 gil A e D 4 A' xi.: X ' -.q X . , ian '7' . 'nn . vw-rv ' Q wp- ' 1 153 f' 'I A f 5 x N41 ft 1' at K. Claudia seems to be the center of interest for Pinky and Bud Farrar, Bob Ford, Dorothy Hamilton, Iimmy Kerchwal, Gloria Marshall, Patsy Matthews, lack Morgan, Dorris Murphy, Patsy Rene Stewart, Frances Williams, Lucy Dell Woods, Vivian Vlfoodward, Virginia 119 Dallas Dallas Dallas Marshall Kountze Mart McKinney Kerens Dallas Dallas Colorado City 'K I r xv 5: , if 'Q,..g.v.m::. l x. ', 't A lm L It has often been said that all good things come to North Texas State. This scholastic year has favored us in many Ways: Father Time has seen fit to repent for the chaos of his reign in the recent years by turning over a new leaf on Victory Day. No longer does Mars lurk in the background, reaching with the fingers ot despair to seize ambition from the souls ot scholars, to smother college spirit in the blan- ket of loneliness. This year the men returned, co-eds began to respond again to the call ot social functions, hope ran high, and people from all over the World are beginning to hear and laud the things that are taking place at North Texas State. People of national and World iarne have taken a deep interest in the school, and realize the importance of its progress. But let us not be the judge, for we are prejudiced. frfv"w'v'fT5T'wTf'f'v'.', , ' ' F .gf . Q' .., 4, lfyf, . U -3-jr? pf , , W WA f' if xg.. , ' . 3 ' ..f-LYV, 'N Lv '31 ' , yfi, 'ik I' - ' gf: ,kzfxi iff Av . .V-vb V. KI., we ww , 'S '21 El' . W- - rf 4 , 1, L+. J L3 Lf. . 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Q., 5 bi ....N.... . is I Wh.. -.'--S., . , Q .,., I -.I - ' 'S-N... . ,, ' Q' fag "lla 'v-W., 5 V l ow? W Q' S ' sz ' IQ MH E -awww" Summer Session 1. Graduates at N.T. indulge in the South's favorite sport-a watermelon feast. 2. Alpha Phi Omegas discover it is watermelon season, also. Archie Vfolfe, Bobby Cox, and Charles Shelander fthe one wearing the table cloth? are shown with dates. 3. Guarding our lives and his sun- tan, Mac Ramsey overlooks the college swimming pool. 4. Students and townspeople enjoy North Texas' summer playground. 5. One co-ed finds time to browse in the library . . . even on dog days. 6. Singers loe Truncale, Iohn Bice, Iames Bennett, and Cockrell Wheeler . and Dog Days are caught in a moment of relaxation. Current production: "Student Prince," a Dallas Starlight Operetta Production. 7. Members of the Marquis Hall staff somehow manage to look fresh and alive at one of their early morning breakfasts. 8. Leroy Pierce captains the projec- tion room at N .T. open-air theatre. 9. During the Summer, popularity comes in soft-drink bottles, as Witness the rush at the cold drink stand. 10. Out-door theatre draws a large audience. ll. O'Neal Dancer swings for a "homer" at Denton City Park. 12. Corner drug stores run a thriving "coke" business as mercury rises. 13. Off to a bang-up start with just the right angle, Frank Burchard's Studio and Bobbie Scott see that the first pic- ture of the 1945-46 YUCCA is made plenty early. 14. Lou Brock and Bill Kerr do a little fancy rug-cuttin' on the famous N.T. slab. l5. Billie Waters pauses to smile tor the YUCCA photographer during the Star- light Operetta production of "Student Prince" in Dallas. 16. "Fessor" of the College Aces makes dances on the slab something to remember. 17. Picking out the- ripest one are Drs. Iohnson and Dougherty at the grad- uate Watermelon feast. xi QQ ' M I M., 2 fg . :Y 2-Kaz: N L F , . r 'Ig A Q5 A, . eg' . o F' X 5 Q ..,.: ,. N X ' x ' X ,ff 5 ,vm ua E21 3 4 Z: 4g "5'Al ' g!Q ? Syiggiui 'T Y"' vt' rx 1' He hlmasu 'I r -1,4 ,'.. ,lv J -. g.,,,,.1,- 4-14 2: 1 -'-Ani.. A 51' X "I ,. .5 u , 1: ,ff 4... Lv-- 1 1 .-J, , f ' "Wig in K V' ' R 1 f 1 ff 554 , ,.. -,Q .QQWVIS ,J - x - - Hifi -1'-, V: E -Q A-.Qt 1, Y 5 -e , . ya: ,,, 1, ff ' -4 ' L . I cn- 1 .1 -1 - 55 - ...... 4,-ngf. e .zen ,UQ S ki ,.. z Q53 -5 'U X 2" ,uv , af Q 5 Y x' lfgf . N. jgw v e .a ,,, 4 Tm' 2 Jg,Z9h' is 7 '1F?' I ' Q. ' .nf- oglf .l rg., A xx f . 1 ,J . . v E ,., ,,.p ..,A'1...1 "Little Sister" is adopted by candlelight. Big Sister "Liberty, equality . . . sorority." This might Well be the battle cry of the cor- dial co-eds who take part in the annual Big Sister- Little Sister good will party which takes place at the first of each school year. Shortly after registration the Girls' Forum sponsors an informal party for the purpose of acquainting the freshmen girls with the upperclassmen to promote friendship and understand- ing among the co-eds. Informative cards filled out by freshmen during registra- tion are pooled and drawn by upper- classmen, who are obligated to invite freshmen girls Whose names they have drawn to the adoption ceremony. Adop- tions are made by candlelight in a very impressive but informal manner, and 126 Little Sister these rites are followed by a show party. The girls go to the theater in a group and each girl pays for her own ticket. After the movie the girls return in a body to the compus, from which place they retire to their respective abodes. The next year the "little sister" be- comes the "big sister" and adopts some other freshman for the beginning of a sisterly relationship which is carried on throughout the year. North Texas co-eds have been lollowing this procedure for several years, and this method of Hbreakingythe ice" has proved to be very successful, and is ever gaining popularity among co-eds who are grate- tul for the aid and advice of "big sister." "How many, please?" 127 rr W' H Q AGI Giving some "Yankee" G.I.'s a taste of real ole South- ern hospitality, you-all was the pleasure of students and faculty alike durinq the surn- rner. Many of the boys had never been to Texas before, but after swimming and play- ing in the recreation park, and seeing some of the more attractive features Csee pic- ture of clivinq board? they found that Texas Wasn't such a bad place, after all. As periodic as Wash-day, every Saturday and Sunday found a group of G.l.'s in Denton land mostly out to N.T.S.C.D. They found plen- ty ot recreation in swimming, pina-pong, badminton, pic- M-1 PARTY nickinq, and possibly most ot dll, in just tctlkinq to cmd see- inq people not in uniform. Mid-afternoon hecxt discour- oqes many, but quite ct few still find their way to the pool. In the background Csee cut riqhtl may be seen the screen of the outdoor theatre oper- ated by N.T. for those cool, outdoor movies in the sum- mer session. Dr. Bentley cmd Mr. Bill Cooper seem to be on the Welcoming committee. The soldiers mostly come from Comp Howze, in Gainesville. Below: It wctsn't too hctrd to find or pctrtner Crt ping-ponq -either! ,,.,--1" ill itll ,- tit, JI, g If-H REGISTRATION "l'rn sorry, but you'll have to till out all these cards again, you Wrote in pen- cil instead ot ink." "lust a minute, there, have you had a smallpox vacci- nation?" "But chemistry lab. conflicts with piano and ernbryoloqy comes at the same time as sculpture and l have to have three hours of education to qraduate and . . ." Or, in case you haven't figured it out, these were just lines overheard in the registration line. First, they run you through a lonq line where you do nothing but sign the old name, address, etc., on several mil- lion little cards, then they jab qlass or f 0 ' .. . .-4-v' 5 -1 1 .J . It .ye gif' A , Ml .X- ,, ,V- - V W -a V N45 Biology DAY needles or something in your arm, run you madly up and down stairs trying to get classes O.K.'d Cexcept that when you get the OK. you discover that they've changed the class timel. And then, after you come out feeling like you've been through the third degree, or maybe over Niagara Falls in a not-very-com- fortable barrel, you meet some nice men who rummage through your bill- fold like a miniature tornado . . . Say, aren't you glad you're all regis- tered? What? The Wrong cards? Go through the line again? 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He and his wife, the former Betty Ann Fladqer, were elected as favorites on this campus in 1941. Adorable Wendy Williams seems to steal the heart of everyone who sees her. Her lovable personality, remarkable intelligence, and vivacious antics set her apart as one of Denton's greatest assets, the future Miss America, the sweetheart of the YUCCA. Right: Williams, wife and daughter confer with Dr. Dickie, regis- trar. Center left: The Williams family at the "corner." Center right: Wendy and Welby in track training. Lower left: Wendy steals the scene from doting par- ents. Lower riqht: Wil- liams-Big and Little. ' ' I eatin ' in I' 195511 .I 'swf .f ' an 11 ff: ,11 a1f-- REQ' All .4 5.1, fl r, ' ., ,- 'item 4 . f . . . 4. A A Veterarl Returns to N.T.S.Ci . . . ana tge 425.12 Q ' nfllmi . . if ' iv ..- tres, A A' my . ' " . ii' I J, D? the Yucca Finds a Sweetheart Pho! g aphs on thzs pag de by Dale Bry Starr Light . . . Starr Bright .. OT... I-low can you possibly be everywhere Watching everything at the same time every night? we 4 Joe and Bonnie . . . fer qosh sakes, if you'1l just notice right behind you. Barbara and Ame . . . Well, well, well, what have we here? E? Olga cmd Bobbie . . . if they'd just heard him come up . . . Kay and lack . . . and we thought we were well hidden. Teeta and Charles . . . But, Teeta, I didnt think Starr knevt about this place. x X 57 .Q ' I: WT 'K r Ht ' ,.-Zi' , a 5 K-ag 6 .L vx, ' 9 X CCOPY Emroas Nora I am not sponszble fox any inaccuracies on fhis page- it's beyond me tool This, to ali intents and purposes, is a photograph of four young ladiesp two are kissing: one is playing Minnie Ha- Cha, and the other is just kibitzing. Evidently this is a scene in a French saloon. Make mine Cuba Libre. J. L, Tl " NIMH au. 5 V, Ari' -I 3' " fn H5g,f2f.'?f7iE- Ahern! 139 Intersorority Stunt Night This is a group of assorted fire- Women, biunderbuss-packin' mam- rnas, pilgrims, and just plain de- mented females. N ,WJ haw' Ji" v 'X I 5 " ' .1 i' 1'TT,..-.. ' 'l ' " ' I ,I i4,,g.ag1'f 1- , 'f yff A. 4 ww I 2 ,V f 1 I 'H I L ' 1 1- I -us 1 , , x ft - . V - 1 J A r'::.-- .'-. 'ix 1 l f?L'+ -++a222 gywE1lf?1 Ill ,,f'vNmEQ HN J? Ewa. 3' ! ,. , -- , I 'xl 1 F A I I I h 5f' min HH? EA gg, Jq -,ix - guy- I , ff I 1' Q .N ,," ls,f+'ff . 1, 6U , ,J W ', 1 ,,M 6 'NI W 3' , ff f' , 1. ' I El ' ,QQ i num 45142- 51 T' I I F 1 X H 1 1 E Q' 1 C y 1 ig ' ' , 'P 55333 , K Ni r 'V -. 1 J 1 .. . A ' Q Aff-Q-fi' ,Ag k gn- ' .Q , EW ' 4 ,,n 1: wif n 'al .gil Pl M ,,.:,.,. ,.,. fav. F Q QF' K. 2 , 'S ' 5945, 'T-. ,X -1 x,Qf.""' ,rw 4 4 fa. ax v 1 w fQff:',:! 4-4+ rrrrr 9"?'f ??f? F5353 f?f?V! -to-1-to Q 3 7- 7'- g L ,.., ,. n f . g x S . 1- .N 1-., - U. . Through the Library various and assorted bound periodicals, reference books, pamphlets, tracts, volumes, portfolios, etc., all neatly ar- ranged in some obscure system which Library majors like to refer to as the Dewey Decimal System. tThis is obvi- ously code-talk of some kind, meaning that there is no ones with pretty bindings, of coursel and sit down and read it. Simple, huh? Then there is the Reference Room. lt is a very strange place, indeed. Here all the books are bound in a drab brown with gold letters on the back. As a result they all look quite alike and even the librarians ccm't te-ll one system whatsoevenl But Sam and Wanda were not too baffled. They found, for instance, that there is a whole room upstairs called the "Browsing Room" where one may go in and look at the books on the shelves without going through the er- ratic guessing-garne called the card- catalogue system. There, one may sim- ply pick out a book Cselecting only the in ,'.l.f,,umlsMlalln . from the other. Oh, well, so much for the Reference Boom, anyway. Wanda and Sam found the whole thing quite an experience and were very grateful, indeed, to the Library staff for explaining the strange workings of the "busiest building on the campus" Csee it any night the week be- fore finalsl. We decided that if we ever wrote a book we certainly . would like to have it in the Library. Some- body might even read it there. This is a picture of some qirls on the Marquis Hall stair- case-I think. 1. i 2, I The iuke box must have been burning up in this pic- ture at the Terrill informal. r ' wx w " r ' H , The Delta Chi's make like opium-eaters in the Crystal Room. Mrs. Acker sits one out at the Terrill Hall informal. 142 . rw ., . V L-xr 3 1 - I x.N'i5, 1f:"-7 "m uf I.--g. ' I -1 1A,f.JV- . f ff I g..4". , I, Mf.f,?:3'5 - IAF! . IXII IN- 4" I MI II w II., , 1 gg.. A- Id, 4 -A X., . '4-19' .: .-wwf' ff 2433 "l f -4' -ff ! -riff wi '.',.,Q'. I ,W Q ll ll ' I A' ' kil II.. , ' I I I .L , ' J 4 , . 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Dorm Life To the uninitiate the editors of YUCCA would like to comment that the picture below is a typical one of life in a boys' dorm. Invccriably there are eight men in each room, all looking in different directions. Other pictures on the page may tend to confuse one, i.e., men seldom gather around the telephone talk- ing to young Women, also, they are gentlemen at all times and never engage in wrestling matches or similar brawls as shown to the left. Lastly, we have no comment to make about the fellow labovel with the headache. We feel the same way about it. . Itxy l f y Ji .In Y u: 12.2 S ,Mawr 5.55. HH 1:'l gi if 1 ru I -4 Qb I f,. !v,..441:-,I W, .wfk 'X ,V ,X ,5 - fe X 1 ,aw ix ,Ai , ,L Neff' :Y If K 3 up .aff lfu.-. 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In case you don't remember, "Spot" was quite a hound, and although none of us were quite sure just what he Light S of Bill Adams, Beta pledge belowl brought him food, water, cmd a dog house. Soon AP took up the story as "Spot" continued to watch the hole and the yarn of the persistent puppy made the front page. At his height, "Spot" achieved record fame as a dog of the 1 was doing, We were all convinced that he was very intent on doing it. Bringing back nostalgic memories of the good old college days of flag-pole sitters and gold-fish swallowers, "Spot" set a new vogue in oddities: Watching the drain on a gutter for something over forty consecutive days, Even with such a short-lived career, "Spot" in his prime brought nation-Wide attraction, both to himself and to the school. Well up into the first day-or at least picture of the week, in Life. And then, tragedy struck. Fate, in the form of tire- men, Washed the drain with fire-hoses, evidently cleansing out whatever was there. "Spot," a disillu- sioned and disinterested dog, left, never to resume his vigilant Watch. Sic transit gloria mundi! "Spot" has gone, but his memory lives on with us. And secretly, in silent tribute, members oi the publicity department pay homage to "Spot" for the tree publicity by Watching the drain for him through the long nights. week "Spot" created a mild turor, pledges Csee cut lean Mercer asks for more mustard on her hot dog at the Kaqhlir rush picnic. Alice Hearn and buddies Watch the Theta Amateur Show from the winq. The trumpet was slightly warm to boiling at the Amateur Show. J Q55-r' E Above: Delta Chi's pour tea Cthey say it's just teal Below: Kaqhlir chow line forms on the right. R u s I1 We e Ie The Kappafs give- or tea, too. -V n,u- .17-- L - . Bob Patterson escorts Sally Bill Spratt at the Pledqe Presentation Dance. Sororhies Present The pledges all sport bouquets and smiles at the fall Pledge Presen'tatior1 Dance. tes? 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Misses Truax, Myatt, Cun- ningham, and Thomas, alias the Swing- tet, sing for the last time on the stage show before joining forces with a band leader whose initials are Vaughn Mon- roe. Saturday Night Stage Show Left: 'Fesser lwith a hut, two, three, tourl Gra- ham relinquishes the mike to a pretty colleen at the traditional St. Patricks Day Stage Show. 3 , .Q 1 li i i 1 1 ,l ' L l 1 The up and coming Blue Notes, left to right: Elsie Cooper, Bonnie Williams, Iune Hiett and Lynn McClain follow in the toot- steps of the Swingtet. 156 The Aces of Collegeland The mad masters of melodic music are instrumental Cno pun intendedl in making college lite what it is today. Whatever college life- is today. Wet don't know. But we do know that we like the music that the Aces give us. Every Saturday night on the stage show the Aces gather for ct little jive session for the benefit of the student body. In fact, it there happens to be sev- eral student bodies present, they'll play for all of them. The Aces are pretty nice guys, really. And that's not true about all musi- cians being insane. One doesn't have to be insane to be a good musician . . . but it is an advantage. Seriously, though, the students are very grateful to "Fessor" and his Aces of Collegeland for providing plenty of good entertainment all year. The group are all-around good sports and can always be counted on te come through when needed. Oh, yes, the fellows asked us to tell Fessor that "five" comes after that "One, two, three, four . . ." The Aces at the Saturday Night Stage Show. - - - . - f-Y -Y V -f: f-1-e -S-'--v --ff -- :f--:sf-mg 4 f-- -e e-:--- H me rr Spring football practice-the Eagles are plucking their down. They should be in full plumage by Fall. ' b iv! . - e --r3'i"'T---' , .- -' , . . il- "-,?4-f ' ' Y' A ,Y ' Tig ll few- xg s . f .ff ,l ., -u-nlffifi 1 - j ,,:r-1-f- if N -1 Jw' '-i33?tHis'Y2i A , 5' l--laqzfxiglf' 1-!LlK.i"'w -15 'JM lr- gills! ,PJ 241, i -is -A at ,ft V wg, -:., ,' .1 - . 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The icy fin- gers of Old Man Winter may see tit to cling longer than the calendar deems ethical, but some part of ev- ery 365 days is always set aside for a happy medium, a season that denotes a change, a season that is neither frigid nor torrid. A glorious 1 T If ii .v ' y- i ere, sf. cmpffitfllff Our pledge that We won't dodge snowballs any more this year. Convertible and shirt sleeves . . . a study of Spring. Delmar and Margie In the Spring a young man's fancy turns- hghtly? Spring and desirable period that can warm the marrow without burning the skin, a time of awakening, an irresistible call of allure to the grass and the birds and the buds and the blossoms, to the glory of the green, an annual resurrection of man and nature, the arousing of the fancy, the appeal to consciousness, and the sheer ecstatic glee of all things alive, a season of sensual and spiritual acknowledg- ment to a slight turning of uplifting cogitations, namely, the inevitable- Spring. This year it was on time-and it has fostered its effects, both desir- able and otherwise. The campus might well be mistaken for Sherwood Forest, in its coat of green. lt is such times as these that We can fully ap- preciate our Alma Mater. Don't look so disgusted, Dr. Silvey. You were young once, or were you? . l l No, Lawhon isn't taking a course in supervised rest, just vernal fever. 1 , , . , Y ' 1 .1 HQ - 1' , "":? T L 1 f - , ' X nf k ' -5 J: A . ,Q fins - . M, , ,N oh, oh! WQM111 ,- - p hi- , ,,, I, K. ec, if f ' - X . ' - . f,-grit' - . gag!" 115' i-err? .. " ' -' at 5 .r p i KOOHCQ this' ami'-city e k i -3'--at " ' , - if "W ' , .X -. 1 "N5l:'j .' f A -4 ifh, 5 5, ' 'rg' ':.-,, ,f A V - ef' , e ' 3 Y . f-E1 ' ' ' ' 1 ' l 1 ' fI" 'ijf'lSZ3' 1' l gi 'ii +f7'f'fZi.l,.lLw J - One ofthe new tasks arriv- 'g 1i'7::?ff,i,Q,': ...fa .. if , 5, -1-N -5, ' v ,- hwgg., ,yu . , - 4. sf' -, , lv- . if , i t 4LffFfif+w:1 Q " 5 - , , - -:ffl-1L+r'1f tx gl diff-ff . cf l f f X - i I i, ig, -fQf,.fSQ . ing with Spring. Ask the , .r,, E. ,,., ,Q 3,5 rs-9 ,ee L ,gh '- 1':',j' u,iE.",r.f: I - uv' L . H V 4 1 i:f3fsj:l.f.,.I,.", V ,, 5-5? ii: Hg: i, . - .- i - r. "soliton Mower- ' . ip f N 'ts " -. WP . :J -' . if 11,1 1 H I i ' ,f 'K ' ' , ii' 21' sf ... i i?-" . 4'f'. 1 L1 x ,..-I gt ,f .r.."-- -. -Q .x ' 1-' Q " - 'fa N 1 . ffw-::5'. f l sf ' V t ' 1, A ,gf4.pg, ...F --3ia,,.e1 1'1- -.af 4' W -. ' H, A e i l iw . 5 e l , ... . 3" ' e lf" ' i ' r 5 L. " - ' 4 Q , fi. f- s J as sea 'K " 4' 'f Y ' IIE -. -, "-2' -,-,! 5 "T"3' ' . i"Li': " , 'T , ,g .A ' l I . x . SY. -N .--:fs-.-1-ful Flag. -i . L. -' '- i W ' , l I " Zi 15a -fl.f7ff'g"f'f3f , . -,451 i f A at - 4- ' Ft l ' Q. if -' - ' 3212 i it. - rt' f N: i ' 'eff ef lf" I , SAD SACKS Three gentlemen from East Texas State Teachers College honored us with their presence this Spring. They Were not ex- actly willing guests, but we treated them like kings of a sort, sort that is. No other celebrity on the campus was given a tree shave and haircut, all in one. Too, no other celebrities were given honor seats at the climactic and thrilling annual East T exas- North Texas basketball game, and cer- tainly no other visitor of note was led into his honor seat with the aid of a stout rope around his neck. However, it might be said that these particular gentlemen could not seem to realize the honor that was be- ing conferred upon them, for when our photographer took the picture at the bot- tom of the page, the guy with the ears tried to smash the camera. It might be Well to note these honored guests' names. They are, from left to right, bottom picture: Messrs. Wayne Abbott, Iames Frazier, and Charles tBilliard Ball? Spradling. K, INTER-FRATERNITY BANQUET E21- Ut if -xx Left: Dr. Carrico and Dean Fouts dis- cuss What must be a deep subject over their goulash. Lett, below: The Trojan table remain- ed silent save for an occasional burp. Below, right: Museum Curator Dr. Kings- bury is extremely unhappy with the seating arrangement. Bottom left: Bud must have just told another shady one: everybody laughs. Et tu, Mr. Cooper? Below right: Dr. Dickie speaks, and all table-partners hearken. W -- t- t -gsm, it -V--1-,-gd, 11 .gtg ,-'N tl TROIANS-Above, left to right: Hol- land, Calloway, Burke, Murphy, Slimp, Cooper, Dollahite, Covin, Kerr, Wil- liams, O'Reare, McCright. Reorganization Throughout all the ages nothing has been l a greater occasion than the reunion of l friends after years of separation. Thus, it might well be understood that the smiling faces and uplifted spirits of students on the campus represent something more profound than just a social get-together. Of more sig- f' ,! . .ki QU" 1 'A' Jw . ,ft i FALCONS-Above: Picknell, Carter, Miller, Dorsey, Richards, Cunningham, Lucas. TBOIANS-eLoWer left: Gilbraith, Cooper, Williams, Murphy, Mc- Cright, Calloway. Below: Dollahite, lVlcCright, Slimp, McCurdy. Burke, Kerr, Calloway, Holland. of Fraternities. . . nificance is the tact that men would fratern- ize, and that fraternity means more than just a social organization, it means that there is an inherent capacity in all men for under- standing the nature of their fellow men, and that capacity, in lull development, may be the answer to world peace and compatibil- BETAS-Front row: Bayless, McElroy, Wil- liamson, Hubbard. Back row: Adams, Thom- as, Stiff, Galloway, Chapman, Hovdesven Redin, Woodall, Reynolds, Cox. TALONS-Front row: Hall, Ricks, Harris, Carley, Scarbrough, Iohnson. Back row: Rose, Dr. Marquis, Dr. Mc- Bride, Williams, Koonce, Carr, Davis, Ramsey, Roberts, Cloud, Mahan. TAI ONS-Carley and Davis place sign-other Talons look eagerly on. FALCONS-Carter, Cunningham, Lucas. V and Reconversio ity. We do know that the North Texas State carn- pus is alive again in a sense that has been lack- ing in recent years, and the fraternities have already proved that competition without conflict is not dead. Liberty and equality can never die- as long as We have fraternity. Six major fraternities reorganized on the carn- pus this year, and their functions have served as TROIANS--Upper left: Burke looks like the low man on a totem pole. PI PHI PI-Left: Thompson, Brown, Scott. FALCONS-Bottom left' Richards, Cunningham, Carter, Picknell, Dorsey, Lucas, Miller. GEE- ZLES-Upper right, standing: Reeve, Honeycutt, Mugg, Keck, Iohnson, G ld ' ' ' ' ' ' o smith, sltting. Hester, Hopklns, Curnutt, Bronstad, Morgan. Pl PHI Pl-Bottom right: Bill Martin, Dr. Clifton. , 1 il , . I ' uf Student Life a major factor in the reconversion of the college to normalcy. These fraternities are the Talons, With Ted Carley as president: Trojans, president, Gilbraithp Falcons, president, Noah Carter: Gee- zles, president, Arthur Bronstad: Beta Alpha Rho Beta, president, Pai Chapman: and Pi Phi Pi, presi- dent, Raymond Funk. Welby Williams was elected president oi the Interfraternity Council. ' Talons and their dates at an ' informal get-together. wt? ,.l ,An 'it ' PI PHI PI-Iones, Scott, Hoffman, Thompson, Vauqht, Funk. Raymond Funk, President, Pi Phi Pi. J it 1: , " M 'ur- ,,s.,,, , ,,Y f .. l H! KN , , i in ., XE.. .-gy as lit- ' Geezles Morqan and Mugq. FALCONS-Picknell, Cunningham, X , '- I Richards, Miller all I E fx l :i.:iA.SJ. e f 1 il - , :Et FU - 1 Q1 ' .. :HA , 9, if-.t '::1,1C'- -- , . 2 '. .".,5'.' 12' 1 -V -f W - - - - . L1.v....r.-tem.-1.-.wg-M aan- az, A ,Law , M, . V -24.1 ,,, Q , y V tx 1 DEMCNSTRATION SCHOOL il. 3 55 W H " "'il""ii't'i2'2t3'i':'Fl'fE?",.1'?j'iFfig'f'5WfEE, "From kindergarten to a Master's degree," is the boast of North Texas State. Obviously, the greatest part of this time would be spent in the Demonstration School, located right on the campus. Not only does the school provide a place for many children to receive an education in a progressive school operating under modern educational methods, but also it gives an oppor- tunity tor students in the college to do their "practice teaching" at the X same time. The Basketball Queen nominees show plenty oi possibilities of be- coming iavorite co-eds. At left: Students don masks and costumes for a party. Even a pool table is provided by the Kiwanis at "El Centro." Another great heritage passed down to us from Greek civilization is the drama. As one ot the great arts, drama is kept alive and vital to us not only by the famous large productions as in Hol- lywood and on Broadway, but also all over the nation, in the form of amateur groups, on the campuses ot colleges and universities. Thus it is that We pay homaqe to the staqe and to aotor's craft as an- other facet of our great and evenchanq- ing civilization. THE STAGE f I Q a e I I a Q h Q I r The A Cappella Choir is restrictions has done sev Pictured. around the edges of these two pages are members of one of the most widely-known organizations on the campus, the A Cappella Choir. Having traveled extensively in the past, this year the choir con- tinued to bring their fine music to many places in Texas on a two-weeks tour. Towns and cities visited were Paris, Gladewater, Orange, Beaumont, Baytown, Victoria, Alice, San Benito, Mercedes, Laredo, San Antonio, Hearn, Jacksonville, and Kilgore. Some of the larger Works performed by the choir were Robinsons Ballad for Americans and Bach's Sing Ye To The Lord. Other performances closer to home were for the Chamber ot Commerce at Marquis Hall in February, the University Park Methodist Church in Dallas in March, and tor Religious Emphasis Week here. 170 :nipleiely sell-supporlinq organization, and despile recent wartime -ears of outstanding work under the able direction ol Dr. Wilfred C. Bain. Members of the A Cappella Choir are Creadina irom the upper lett- hand corner clockwise around the paqesl Helen Alexander, Lewis Ballinqer, lames Bennett, Alfred Bolch, Genevieve Boles, Arleta Bowles, George Braqq, Caroline Brown, Iewel Mullins, Bessie Harris, Marion Henning, Iohn Holmes, Helen Hunter, Bob Irby, Earl Torn Keel, Pat McConnell, Louise McLane, Mary Parker, Shelton Poteet, Bill Reynolds, E. C. Richards, Campbell Smith, Wilma Thiele, Beryl Talbot, Rowena Turney, Billie Vlfaters, Ann Weeks, Don Williamson, Ann Shands, Bobby Cox, Norma Hamilton, Iames Goolsby, Betty Gassaway, Xina Evans, Fredabeth Ebbs, Betty Cooper, Leslie Cook, Bill Cook, Merl Cornelius, Helen Cole, Stephen Buell, LeRoy Brock. l7l 00' dv 6' Symphony Crchestra With war-time restrictions partially lifted, the Symphony Orchestra has been able to travel more than in recent years. On two different occasions concerts were qiven at the Baker Hotel in Dallas, and other places visited and to be visited by the qroup include Fort Worth, Tyler, and Lutkin. Performances have ranged frorrn the Rhapsody in Blue by Gershwin to the Beethoven First Symphony. For the Fort Worth Flower Show, the group performed Hadley's Ballet of the Flow- ers Suite. Miss Mary McCormick was solo vocalist at one Dallas per- torrnancep lim Bob Floyd was solo pianist in the performance of the Rhapsody. 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The plot starts when Bill Reynolds, the stranger, comes swaqqerinq in to the amaze- ment oi villagers, and produces a map which shows that certain ruins are buried behind the village church in the back yard of a prominent townswoman, Pat McConnell. The stranger hires some of the stronger villagers to dig for the ruins, orders a dance and cele- bration, but becomes infuriated when no- body can produce liquor that pleases his taste. To add torment to injury, the lady of his choice refuses to dance with him. The story is carried out from here ina manner that must be seen and heard to enjoy. The music is enticing, quick changing from liltinq melodrama and tanqos to rising inspira- tional choruses. 177 at W 4-gf 4 Y' V Aklrrym'-V as E it .viii gig eats ",,k1',Q. 5- 2: . 1 - , D 1 11.2 tegrk "Blythe Charles "I've gone raving mad" alias H. L. Coch- ran Weds Ruth "l've done everything l can to help" alias Gene Broadfoot in Noel Coward's brilliant comedy, "Blythe Spirit." Inset shot is Madame Arcati Shively, who waved cr magic wand and a crystal ball to produce thoroughly dead Pat Fitz-Patrick pictured on right-hand page. Below, cast on stage. The ones all in white are the spirits. t . t tl A ., '.:.-.:. muah., piritu '- E,2,a,.u Above: lust a minute and l'll get the results at Santa Anita. And to the right: Pat "wisp of ectoplasm" Fitz-Patrick, looking almost alive, and holding some lovely flowers which she must have just plucked from a grave-in tact, from her own grave. Below: Dr. Steve "You're horrid, George" Buell tells Mrs. Mary Lee "You talk too much" Dunham to quietly, "come along 1n'dear." All the while Edith "l must have been asleep" Mar- shall just doesn't know rightly what has been going on. Anyway, everybody, including the audience, had a hi- larious time. t'l'o avoid all complications, we should say that the copy for the "Blythe Spirit" page was actually "ghost" writtenj 9, 1 -m t, . 1' 13'-P K i nd La Louis Wcxde cmd Gene Brocrdfoot. Wcmdcr Liles finds rehearsals cmythinq but easy. Cast relaxes after rehearsal. "KIND LADY" CAST Mr. Foster . . Mary Herries . Lucy Weslozi . Rose .... Phyllis Glenning Peter Santard . Henry Abbott . Captain R Ada . . . Doctor . . . Mr. Edwards . Mrs. Edwards . Aggie Edwards Gustave Rosenberg . . . . . Louis Wade Gene Broadfoot Alice Broacltoot . Betty Gough Pat Fitz-Patrick . . Burl Stiff ichard Saunders . Wanda Liles Herbert White . lohn Banvarol Dawn Hawley Winitred Bohrne H. L. Cochran Burl Stiff, Pat Fitz-Patrick, Alice Broaclfoot. Below: Louis Wade Betty Gough TECHNICAL STAFF Set Construction ..... E L Darnall Stage Manager ..... H L Cochran Lighting ....... Herbert White Make-up . Magnolia Iones-Wanda Liles Sound Effects .... Mary Lee Dunham 181 l jf7 """""' ' . . t '-.l ' ., . ' 1 . 0 9 Do .ni P0 nd Left to right: Iune Mandeville, Ianie Tiepel, Left to right: Iune Mandeville, Sparky Mahan, David Cotton. Ianell Wood, Dawn Hawley. Fore RESOLVED! "That the foreign policy of the U. S. should be directed toward the establish- ment of 'Free Trade' among the nations oi the World." Thus Was this year's debate question stated by Pi Kappa Delta, national honor society in debating. From haridbooks, from ora- tions, from articles, irom surveys, research, and all other available material, students oi debate from all over the nation have read, scanned, and crammed all their active minds could take. Some are asked to take the affirmative, others the negative, they must be pre- pared ior anything. Students oi North Texas State have earned their share of honors in forensic activities this year. Our college was Well represented in three debate tournaments, the iirst at Ada, Okla- homa, in which tournament North Texas Won the sweepstakes: the second at Arkadelphia, Arkansas, Where our teams took second place: and third at Nachitoches, Louisiana, Where our dynamic team again Won the sweepstakes. l l ,. . I' 'l M 0 - it ' Lett to right: Dawn Hawley, lanie Tiepel. Ml "l think it is a moot question," says Mahan. W , E Lk . , f . - 1 xv. .lv 1 t - EY L Z - 1: V' E 1 ' 1 :E , A F- 1: ' DEEAT t E sg f zz , 'R 52 ' :et .. w Q r 'nsic l 1 . ,fi i I.. V. Ai N3 Riqht: Mahan, Clark, Mrs. Iohnson, Hawley, Wood. At right: Tiepel, Cotton, Man- deville, Parks. Below: Debate P team. . The Debate Team is composed oi the following: Senior men: Roswell Clark, Horace "Sparky" Ma- han, Iunior men: Keith Parks, David Cotton: Senior women: Ianell Wood, Dawn Hawley, Iealnne Hollo- ' way, Elizabeth Crawford: Junior women: Ianie Tie- pel, lune Mandeville. Mrs. Olive M, Iohnson. x, ' r S , ff""1 N -,N lui--f A a p a H. L. Cochran cmd go over the script before performcmc ...ii 5 , 44 Denton. ON THE AIR cmd the corst tokes them plcr es The pro gram goes out over KDNT I r JJ Y. . .3 I -J + -1- .- -.1 Y ,.. -Ng., -Q , , 1- . . . 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This committee selected twelve girls for the final competi- tion, as follows: Marilyn Yarrell, Martha Brown, Gretchen Tim- mis, Alice l-learn, Pat Fitz-Patrick, Sherry Power, losephine Bridges, Glenna Graham, Billie Waters, loyce Chatin, Rose- mary Royal, and lane Wilson. Pictures were made of these girls at William Langley Stu- dios in Dallas by Max Plake and were submitted by Mr. Cole- man to Van Iohnson in Hollywood. Miss Bridges was selected by Van lohnson to be on the cover on the basis of her classic features to carry out the Greek theme. Her costume for the cover picture is through the courtesy of MGM studiosg the cover picture is by Max Plake. ir if 'k ir The favorites for 1946 were taken from the upper three classes by nominations from the student body as a whole. 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U -1.-,gQ.zx "W" Ex 4 - . ,x M 1' I I' in T T' 'LY' X L Hn ' r- I' .1 ff w. , n ' fr- P 1 V , O I1 " V 11+ .4 W 1- ,. ,.. ul-la. 4, 1 WL I I . 5 Maw, YQ! , il 'J M -.Wim ,AE-ff 5 '1 ,rn 5' H1 aww - 1 S: 2 A u "ir 'gwfv me Students who have Won the honor of being chosen in the category ot Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties enrolled in North Texas State up to and including the current scholastic year are as follows: Betty Alford, Velma Bragg, Ina Fern Brickell, Gene Broadioot, Goldie Charles, Bessye George Cooper, Merl Cornelius, Elaine Crossley, Nell Cunningham, Virginia Doggett, Marcia Erickson, Helen Fin- nell, Iames Goode, Marjorie Haynie, Ruth Henderson, Mary Elizabeth Hopkins, Oscar Lentz, Betty Penry, Doris Mudd, Doro- thy Mudd, Burl Stitf, Wilma Thiele, I. VV. Thomas, Marilyn Yarrell, and I. G. Whisnand. Students are chosen on the basis of scholastic records and extra-curricular activities en- dorsed by the faculty. Students chosen as Who's Who at North Texas State and their respective departments are as follows: Charles Shelander, Art: Gladys Hudgins, Biology: lna Fern Brickell, Business Ad- ministration: Ruth Gary, Business Administration: Bill Goode, Chemistry: Oscar Lentz, Economics: Leland McCloud, Eco- nomics: Alice Morriss, Education: Ruth McKay, Education: Marguerite Milke, Foreign Languages: Martha Southerland, Geography: Iames Goode, Government: Elizabeth Youngblood, Government: Virginia Hunt, History: Geraldine Wheeler, Home Economics: Alvin Bishop, Industrial Arts: Ailene Reeves, Iour- nalisrn: Betty Wion, Library Service: Pearl Cherrington, Mathe- matics: Ruth Henderson, Music: Gregory Rodgers, Music: Ted Koonce, Physical Education: Leigh Secrest, Physics: Billie Babb, SociolofJY: Gene Broadfoot, Speech: and Dawn Hawley, Speech. 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The Chat is the official newspaper oi North Texas State and is Written and printed by students of the college. Many times in the last ten years the Chat has Won first prize in the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- ciation. It received its first All-American rating from the Associated Collegiate Press in l94O. Bob Stanley is the editor, Virginia Stansbury and Isabell Ellis are associate editors, Ailene Reeves is the business manager. The staff includes Stansbury, Ellis, Bob Brock, and Frank lVIcCown. Sponsors are Mrs. Dude Neville McCloud, C. E. Shutord, and Mr. I. D. Hall, lr. e sg it 3 Q, it m an 215 IAMES GOODE, IR., Eclitorein-Chief Harry Parks, Sports Editor, and Iackie Brewer, Class Editor. LeRoy Brock, Lay-Out Editor, and Teeta McNeese, Copy Editor. , 1 . 3:13 11-, Z.. 3.,, .rfszn 3 .3 brass. 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Iarnes McNeese was the other associate editor and had charge of copy, or all the written material of the YUCCA. The all-important photographers were Albert Bartley and "Sparky" Mahan. Theirs was the task ot getting a pictorial story of college life for the year l945-46 on film. Harry Parks was sports editor, Iackie Brewer, class editor: "Teeta" McNeese, copy editorp and LeRoy Brock, lay-out editor. ln addition to the student stall, there was Mr. I. D. Hall, who served as faculty advisor, and Dr. M. P. Wells, chairman of the Publications Council. Above: George Robertson-, Associate Editor. Below: Iames McNeese, Associate Editor. 11. fi ' s T T i . , l vi . X 4 ' " 7 I. l rr V y ., - K X 1. xxx T fs L X, f 'S I -,J . . V I RA r 'Z ' ,...--5 -',!f',. . L - . 'A f 5. If? S V . . lv.. ,, 1 , -' . - ' LIN -f -- Y-,U 1 -I-um" ev ,.r,. " 'jk'-.J-Q . I -, ,.A1.,V-K W ' 'gp Ar-1, V. -,'1. ' . 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It carries no advertisements, but tries instead to main- tain a purely literary standard. 218 For any kind of organi- zation tin this case, North Texas? a certain amount of publicity or advertising is valuable. Getting North Texas into print, keeping up with ex-students, cmd, during the War, keeping up with service men who were ex-students all over the World, Were only part of the duties ot the Publicity Department. Iournalism student interviewing Mr. Rose about his cat who has watched his back door for tour years. Rose says, "Every time the door opens, his fthe cat'sD mouth flies open. Why is everyone so excited over 'Spot'?" tSee YUCCA, page l49.P licity Department Mrs. Dude Neville McCloud surrounded by her staff. 'FW M -, ,U H, 'I wfww ff zsfl' . ?f,5i5ZfZf2'i ,,, A A . ,zWgB,, N X Q , ., K v-' -6-L" , 'fig 'QQ U 'N-Swv:--f.:":af.'3b'1f1:'. 1 , . X' ' 'ef' , Q fi,--i " s -TN- ,f If "Pin ' fx Xi f' I ffiiilfw T , we LQ " w AIM' M ..J., . 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' -Ji 1 .Q ,n Gy' -'ri , .4 - .114 Coach Pete Shands poses in a meditative mood during the hot conference scramble which found his Eagles alternately up and down. FINAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team- W L Pct. University of Houston ........,. 8 Z .800 Sam Houston State ..,..,.....,..,. 7 3 .700 North Texas State .,..,.......... 6 4 .600 East Texas State .................. Z 8 .200 Southwest Texas State ,.,..... 1 9 .l0U' Stephen F. Austin The big guy at the right is Bud Hopkins, Eagle bas- ketball captain, who was also the big noise for North Texas through much of the season. Standing six in- ches over six feet and weighing in at 230 pounds, Hopkins was one of the scoring aces of the team, 222 BASKI The 1946 Lone Star Conference cage race was per- haps the wildest and most unpredictable ever staged, due to unsettled conditions Which saw each team adding new players each week. Defending champions, the Eagles did not gain their full strength until Well along in the season. Bud Hopkins, the cage captain, Was practically a one-man team in early season until Ted Carley came along at mid-term to help out in the scoring chores. At various times during the race, the Eagles led the conference and at others they fell off to fourth place. R V ,sul TBALL However, they did not lose possession of the LSC cage crown uniil the last game of the season when the tiara was liited by the University of Houston with a 61 to 56 victory. Below, the cage squad at the beginning of the season tries to look solemn for the YUCCA photographer. They were, front row, left to right: Bob Candler, Terry Tate, lack Malone, Bob Woodall, Claxton Rayzor, Bill Martin, and Bud Hopkins. Second row: Coach Pete Shands, Bob Ienkins, Dick Schiebel, Ted Koonce. Walter Harpool, Iohn Lee Brown, Bill Adams. Third row: Bob Hamilton, Wayne Bonner, O'Neal Dancer, Eddie Acker, Bill Blake, and Mac Ram- sey, manager. .fr if N Mac Ramsey kept things in top shape as the basketball manager and jack-of-all trades. Above, pep rallies like this blocked streets and stirred up pre- war enthusiasm-and then some. In the topsey-turvey conference scramble, Harriss Gymnasium was packed tor every home tussle, Above, from top to bot- tom, they are Dick Schie- B A S K bel, Bill Martin, and Yank . McKnight. Schiebel was a fast-working guard and Martin cmd McKnight held down forward posts. Mc- Knight, a six-foot plus five- inch tree-topper, and Sch- iebel, were lettermen. Below, Six-foot six-inch Lawrence Black Crightl makes a startling contrast to tive-eleven Iarnes Iohnson. Black started late and didn't letter, but Iohnson was the pepper-pot of the team and a speed-merchant guard. l-le lettered. . . ,Y ,vlan , -7777,-..... l f?" t I I t V M , .1 ' ll. , Y. . 1' . , ff ' i ggi. ' 5- , JDM: -- U -1 nj' X ,fy if' ff if , r Top, Cheer Leaders Mary Lou Kuykendall and Martha Brown go into action for the ET game. 7 xl 4' A TBALL At right, upper picture, Ted Koonce was a reg- ular starter and expert floor-man. Ted Carley, be- low, was the leading scorer for the Eagles and ' also their field general. Below, left to right: Bud Hopkins, Bruce Wilson, Terry Tate, and Iohn Lee Brown. Hopkins and Brown were letter- men, and Wilson and Tate saw lots of action although they didn't letter. All were scheduled to return in 1947. I pin- ...-1? 1 1 Zig? f ! ..' I , is 1 1 ,,..-.-.1 L...-.14 BASKE In the upper picture Ted Carley, six-foot two-inch starting forward, makes two points for the Eagles with a one-hander in the Stephen F. Austin game. I Lower picture, Claxton Ptayzor got away for a shot under the basket, also in the Lumberiack tussle. One of the big reasons the Eagles did not win the 1946 LSC cage title was the University of Houston Cougars, who downed the North Texans in both confer- ence games. In the Ian 10 game, big Bud Hopkins missed all but two minutes when he left the floor with a broken toot. March 1 the Eagles just weren't able to get started and saw their last chance at retaining the title wiped away. Eagles: fg Rayzor, f .......... 3 Martin, t .......... 0 Schiebel, q ....., 1 Brown, q ........ 3 Malone, c ........ 1 Hopkins, c ...... 1 Johnson, f ..,..... 0 Tate, q ............,, 1 Koonce, g ........ 1 Bonner, f .......... 1 Totals ........ 12 Ianuary 10 March l EAGLES 35, COUGARS 62 EAGLES 55, COUGARS 61 BOX SCORE BOX SCORE it pf pts Cougars: ig pts Eagles: ig it pf pts Cougars: iq ft pf pls 2 0 8 Wagner, g ,,,... 2 7 Curley, f ........,. 7 0 3 14 Lewis, c .........,.. 8 5 4 Z1 0 0 U Swanson, g .... 1 2 Bonner, f .......,.. 0 1 0 l Wells, g ,,,....... 4 1 2 9 3 1 5 Wells, ug .......... 4 12 McKnight, f ..,... 3 4 5 10 Pratt, f l............. 1 1 1 3 1 2 7 Archibald. G ,,-- 1 4 Hopkins. c .,...... 1 2 5 4 Carpenter, g ,... 3 2 5 8 1 4 3 Lewis, c ...,..,... 8 19 Martin, f ......,... 0 0 0 0 Hope, g .,......., ,, 3 0 4 6 0 1 2 Dwyer, f .......... 0 0 Brown, q .......,.. 1 0 0 2 Brown,f .......,.... 3 2 1 8 3 4 3 Carpenter, f .... 3 6 Iohnson, g ,..... 5 4 1 14 Weidman, f .... 0 0 0 0 0 2 Z Spoor, f ........... 0 0 Schiebel, g ..... 0 0 1 0 Graham, g. ..... 2 2 2 6 1 3 3 Tratt, i ............., B 12 Koonce, g ........ 3 3 2 9 ---- 0 0 'Z Graham, g ....,. 0 0 Wilson, g ........ 1 0 5 2 Totals. .,..... Z4 13 19 61 - - - Weidman, f .,,.,. 0 0 Tate, g ....,......, 0 0 0 0 11 17 35 - --- Black, c: ...,,. ,..... 0 0 1 0 Totals ..,.... Z5 62 ---- Totals ...... 21 14 23 56 226 BALL Mary Lu Kuykendall, top, di- minutive little cheer leader, leads the yells at the Eagles' first home game since 1943-- the Stephen E. Austin game which the Eagles Won. Ted Carley, center, the Eag- le's top scorer, breaks under the basket in the San Marcos game for a two-pointer. The Eagles Won this one, too-but it was close. ln a return game at San Marcos, the Eagles were upset by the Bobcats. The action gets hot in the SFA game, bottom, but the Eagles came out on top to make it two straight over the Lumberjacks. STEPHEN E AUSTIN vs. NOETE TEXAS EAGLES Eagles 39, lacks 33 ig it pf pls Rayzor, I ......... .,...... 3 3 1 9 Johnson, i... .,.............. O U 1 U Brown, g ,.........,,.....,.... 2 0 3 4 Martin, g .......,.,....,..... U U U 0 Hopkins, c ..,..... .,.,.... 7 1 3 15 Malone, c .,..... ,..,.... 0 l l l Koonce, g ............,,...,.. l l U 3 Bonner, f ....... .. ........ U U 0 0 Schiebel, g .......,,......... 2 3 l 7 Totals .... .....,....... 1 5 9 10 39 227 . g, if if-Q 1 1 J fb it A uiflll ge, V271 l TEX!! My A-',, .1X,S ll Still Ii' ' ' L Q l L 1 , rr: y ,TH TRY? Y milf-P A r ' , 1Sll'l5-LATEXA D- URTH Tlilllln U t3lJi'i5'itil'E f , ff ,. .fly - ' i X Y , l ---,bv l :xiii - . , '.-Y, H-fl i .f . , -.141-4 :vi rr i, ,, , QL..-EJ , ,, i A 1.1 . , ,. I F P' 'I '.1 Above, left to right, Ted Crumbley, Iames Moore, Armender Hayes, cmd Roland Iohnson. Second row: Trainer Marvin Sparks, Bud Iones, Bill Adams, lack Gilbert, and Charlie Miller. ki lf -4 ! Above, Ioe Coquat passes the baton to Norman Spray in a practice mile relay While Bill Adams and lack Gil- bert look on. These four made up the Winning mile relay team at a triangular track meet with TCU and Howard Payne. 228 T " A All wg X ' ifi Wm ll W- M A 2 "A" :','h it I L, 'T g 5. j ,ng T -, rs Q , fwRTf:-isfIr vt f cf' Q E-ll1,f5iTi.'. Q Wi 5 l r M S ,f X s '. ' his ' ll i l or , s e i ,if 5 hL.i'.l+'fl'L1'-if 1 A 'll ' v ' f if L H V i --4---2? L V . Y 5 E l if , ,I ' e l j a 1 Welby Williams and lack Gilbert, above, were co-cap- tains ot the Eagles' l946 track team. Williams was a two- year letterman sprinter and Gilbert lettered in 1943. Below, the North Texas squad has 35 of its 55 members present at one sitting. At left, second and third rows, are Blaine Hideout, assistant coach, and Bill Cooper, head coach. This squad is the largest in the history ot North Texas track, although it was later reduced when spring football began. -. 1' ,,,.LE,:.:"'1"3! . ' i . 'N' saselil ' age' mm: ,M , 'll , , , :fe-w W V , , f - 'fm1aJr:"r wffwfk i ' j' ' ' ?"'M'i"i"-"T ' ' 7 H ss .-'-FSF! 2 1' -:FWF -1- Ei ish' - .4 A n' ,V ,lyk .-in-'-it .t . . , T TRACK -it 1 Ll' , ,Qu l H- , . 15 The Lone Star Track and Field Meet had not been unreeled when the YUCCA went press- Ward, but Bill Cooper's Eagles were odds-on favorites to cop the title again this year. In l943, the year the conference disbanded for the duration, the North Texans brought home the track crown and hadn't needed to defend it until this spring. First meet ot the season for the Eagles was the Border Olmypics, March 8 and 9, at Laredo. Bill Adams and lack Gilbert placed first in the quarter-mile and halt-mile, respectively. 'Welby Williarns, who was expected to win the lOO- yard dash, pulled a leg muscle and could not compete. A triangular meet with Howard Payne and TCU was next on the schedule for the Eagles, and they Won handily, amassing 70W points to 50 Va for Howard Payne and 37 Va for TCU. Glen Ellison led the Eagle pointmakers with 15 points. Tuning up for the conference meet, the Eag- les entered the Texas Relays at Austin April Top: Bud lones and Sam Gray jog around the track in early spring Workouts. .lames Moore and Welby Williams, center. Williarns ran in the 100-yard and 220-yard dashes, but Was injured in the first meet of the season and never corn- pletely regained his stride. Lett: Lucius Cox was set for the dashes and the broad jump, but the Marines called. 230 if , 4 ,.. l 8 and 9. Although they entered only three events, they brought home one first place, the sprint medley relay. Running on the winning team were Bill Adams, Max Goldsmith, Leo Kay, and lack Gilbert. ln early season, Track Coach Bill Cooper was assisted by Blaine Hideout, famed former Eagle distance runner. However, Bideout re- signed after a month in which he materially helped shape the team. Although 55 candidates reported for the track i team, only about 20 were left at the close oi the 1 season. Most of the would-be tracksters drop- ped out to engage in spring football, which got underway March l. Herman Cowley was appointed head coach after lack Sisco, pre-war coach, resigned to go in business. Over 90 gridders reported for spring training. Track lettermen had not been announced when the last sheet of YUCCA copy was sent oil to the printers. Top: Bill Patterson, miler, and lack Gil- bert, Border Olympics and Fat Stock Show champ. Center: Bill Adams and Hank Arnold. Adams was the outstanding quarter miler of the team, winning that event at both the Border Olympics and Fat Stock Show. Right: Armender Hayes takes an early season lap. 231 I War Glenn Ellison, top Eagle shot- putter, discus man and javelin hurler, gets off an early season heave of the l2-pound shot. Elli- son teamed with Yank McKnight, Ted Carley, Lawrence Black, and I. W. Jones in these departments. Below: Leo Kay, letterman sprint- er who ran the 220- and 100-yard dashes. TRACK '- -- -sf..--. --.1-v.-.-- -1 - - . .. . Y -f --' ' ' v.,? t?15' U-' ' F ' .' 50+ 'f . ' " t '?'Ef' ' - . ig,-.gvifj X173 3-'Q:g. Ip. .f . , 11, ,si .1 Y fin-'i7'f M' 1,11 i .-"- . -' f 2 'T wi el.. '-"A ' ' -1' H --,-, 57 1- - jff ,wp vf 94. cf sr ' . - -3:4 , ' f'1'j-1 ff- new -' '- . w- , , ii.. ,Y-.A ,psf ,rr A . frzil,-V Y in V . A , 5. A, " f 2' F. '. ' -f"'g'-'ill' 5 'X - ll' 37 L f' S - '- ' iii . ' .3-L.-Q' H' '?' f V' i f ' 'Z ' l l . H. , gt-1: t -I I - A . -' . 'ml' ,T,E"rj-gFz'.-,, . :fl , ,- .-. . .J I, gmt- :':, ,, '- ,- . V- , -, " . '.'w..tf::4".'1fJL,tP" ' ' . ' , I - . I. ., .l Q . V - , to . ' .V . 1 , ,- as, r .4 ' A fx. Bottom: Bill Collins flies through the air with the greatest of ease in clearing the bar of the pole vault. Sonny Kemble, Ellison, and Richard Iansen were also contestants in this event. Bottom left: Charlie Powers practices on the high hurdles. Oral Hairston did most of the work in this division tor the Eagles and placed second in the meet with TCU and Howard Payne. Above, left to right, the sprint relay team of Leo Kay, Max Goldsmith, Guy Coburn, and Bill Adams. Above, the same relay foursome strides a lap during pre-conference Workouts. At left, milers Kenneth Latimer fleftl and Bill Patterson started early and stayed out to become two of Coach Bill Cooper's regulars. Below, blon.d I. W. Iones, who along With Glen Ellison, gave the Eagles a first-place scoring punch in the javelin throw. , g :yn Gene Porter shoots on ap- proach at the right. Below, Iohn McCurdy places one straight down the fairway. GULF lack Spencer, 1941-42 Lone Star Conference medalist. Below, Spencer prac- tices approach shots on- to the green. This was one of his specialties. Q if fe, 2 4 am ' 13-,sfejzii Quiet please! That's Claxton Rayzor con- centrating at the right. Although without pre- vious college experience, Rayzor lent a help- ing hand to the Eagle links team from start to finish. P. S.-I-le made it. Although the Lone Star Conference golf tourna- ment is still to come as the YUCCA goes to press, Fred Cobb's golfers have established themselves as favorites through a strenuous series of pre-conier- ence meets. The first meet for the Eagle linksmen since 1942 was at the Ft. Worth Fat Stock Show March 16, when they finished in a third-pace tie with NTAC. Then on March 21, the Eagles lost a close 5-4 tournament to TCU. In their second home appearance, the North Texas golfers nosed out NTAC 5-4 on March 22. Following up on March 27, th Eagles again de- feated NTAC by a 4-3 score at Arlington. SMU came next, and the Eagles lost a 7-O decision to the double- tough Mustangs March 29. Above, Bill Turner gets off one of his long drives and it's penty easy to see what makes the ball go. Turner seldom missed a meet for the Eagles in 1946. Right, Iohn Conly socks one onto the green. Possibly due to the improved manpower sit- uation and the early ad- vent of spring, the North Texas tennis courts were a popular place in 1946. NNI Top, lctnell Wood con- gratulates loser, Dawn Hawley. Below, North Texans soaked up sun- shine, qossiped, and sometimes played ten- nis. .f - 1 .J ,' l ,-,,,.,,-...,, . - ,- - M W, Y , - I l - I 6 so , 't ' 4 dh J If XF 77 ll l 4 fr-1-1--f---V . 1 - A.. -A l 1 I pm .5 1, W 'Y - I . .i.. A' ' YW ' - - .. " ' ' ' - 'iw It . V , ' 'r.,"'Yfl'!""-1'.?.-'ts .' - , -N .-gg...-, . ,-.. . , ,H w " ' ' - , g - . -- 11 - fr . Si -f 134. r:vu. - '-' f ,. arf . ,. . .,4 ff? . ,.f..r.-RRY .i1R::gQ??,L.-itgfxwgt-. '.g.g'g,.:L',. g 'E:sif3,i-Y- Al5AA,,,- .,'.t. 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Although no inter-collegiate football was played at North Texas State in 1945, the intramural league staged many top-notch touch-tag games. Six teams participated in the league. When spring grid training began, many of the boys who had played in intramurals were on hand. ln the tall of l946, when the Eagles return to the gridiron wars, intramural train- ing may stand some of the green and white Wearers in good stead. Sei for a quick take-off are Iohn Lee Brown's Bombers of the intramural league. lntram Fo .lral Dtball virgins all l Above: Iesse King Cwith ball? poses with his intramural football team, the Tigers. They are, front row, left to right: lack Malone, Moe lVIcCurdy, King, Eual Wyle, and Curtis Hamilton. Second row: I. Iulian, Doug Lord, Ted Crumbley, and Iimmy Pollock. Below, the Wolves, captained by O'Neal Dancer. Leading contenders for the title, are, left to right, front row: Hill, Cox, Hovdesven, and Bonner. In the backfield: Ienkins, Land, and Dancer. 'i.. Venturing into the pugilistic wars for the first time since l94O, the North Texas State's three-man boxing team found success in the annual Fort Worth District Golden Gloves Tournament. Lewis Hall, a ring-wise middleweight with a lot of experience under his belt, took the championship of the 160-pound class. Douglas Lord, a lightweight, lost by a decision to Rudolph Mendoza in the semi-finals of the tour- nament. The team was coached by Fred Slack and managed by Bob Howard. Later, Hall and five other boxers formed a six-man boxing team which fought in the Southwest A.A.U. Tournament in Dallas under the sponsorship of the Denton Chamber of Commerce. eww. X Boxing l l l Lewis Hall, a rugged 160- pound ex-Marine, provided most of the class for the box- ing team. Bill West rounded out the team but was taken by Douglas I-Ord fought U5 G the military service before lightweight under Hal1's ca- he had C1 chance to dem- P01319 'lU'iG1CIQ9- onstrate his wares. .I ,Eh . ' -.- ----- 5 ,W351 Members ot this WBA modern dance and tumb- ling class were Very active this year, as is evidenced on this page. Several pub- lic performances were given by these top-flight young amateurs. This was one of the better known phases ot VVRA activities. -4 -Q WRA EXECUTIVE COUNCIL First row, left to right: Deason, Shepard, Steed, I-link, Carter, Collier, Sheffield, Walling, Morriss, and McCullough. Second row, left to right: Kubeck, Cotteral, Rawlins, Newman, Fisher, Harriss, Thompson, Kidd, and Abbott. Women's Recreation Association The Modern Dancers had one oi their biggest years. Those participating were Margaret Morriss, Betty Marshall, Alice Campbell, Eva Deason, Patsy Marshall, Patsy Ammon, Betty Iean Cooper, Maurine Canant, Maurice Canant, leannine Hawthorne, Lina Briggs, Agnes Welch, Ida Wilroy, Shirley Shrop- shire, Betty Boren, Gene Broadioot, Claire McKay, and Mary Ruth Scott. w'T""' "E1W""- - .- .. 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Elwim at Q5 The Women's Recreation Association poses tor the YUCCA photographer after a meeting in the Library Auditorium This association was formed to promote a recreation program which contributes to the physical fitness of the individual, increases knowledge of various activities, develops and improves skills, and fosters good fellowship and sportsmanship. All types of athletic activities are carried on during the year, including modern dance, fencing, volleyball, tennis, archery, bowling, badminton, softball, and horseback riding. At the right, below, tencers practice under the direction ot Capt. Charles Vical. 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Here at North Texas a few sororities and one fraternity were able to main- tain social functions and at least part of a college spirit throughout the trying War years. With the return oi our nor- mal large enrollment they have been a nucleus around which We can build a new social life, a large step in our reconversion to a peace-time college. 1, . Zvi hw ' . . H ,-if,--L,-,-.,p "' 2' "tj-w X V1"', g J ,, . s . ' Y I . , , ffiil' fig' ' A 4,1 I, . SCCIAL GROUP f f IV- ,Y 35.7, , sn .sevh T?" ls, - t 1 fs Sciix ...iivfnag 7 Top: Even the picture brings sighs of "Oh, Frankie!" Bottom: Carrying lovely bouquets to match their lovely faces are the Delta Chi pledges at the Presentation Dance. DELTA CHI DELTA The Delta Chi's were organized in 1935 to give more opportunities for social activities to the girls on North Texas campus. Carrying on with that purpose this year, the Delta Chi's gave a rush tea for all Freshman girls early in the fall. The traditional rush functions were held, terminating in the informal rush dance. Other activities of the year included a dinner at the Southern Hotel given the old members by the new. A Christmas informal and a Win- ter formal dance concluded the fall's social calendar. Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Bain and Mrs. Sarah Dappan are sponsors of the sorority. Officers for the tall: Doras Bragg, presidentg Betty Al- The "Official members of the Frank Sinatra Swoon Club" seem to be having an hilarious time. That's "Frankie" Milholland crooning on the lower left of the picture. ford, vice-president, Shirley Ray, secretary: Martha Shively, treasurer. Officers for the spring: Sherry Milholland, president: Martha Kunkel, vice-president Mar- tha Brown, secretary: Iohnnie Tate, treasurer. Members: Alice Morris, Marilyn Brooks, Anne Nevins, Polly Stricklin, Virginia Galobert, Iohnnie Tate, Martha Shively, Doras Bragg, Velma Bragg, Sherry Milholland, Martha Kun- kel, Helen Finnell, Mary Elizabeth Hopkins, An- nelle Poston Iones, Betty Alford, Betty Henry Duncan, Shirley Bay, Marjorie Haynie, Martha Murray Brown, Dorothy Ray Cook, Reueline Hibler, Ethel Davis Adams, Sadie Adams, Mary Lu Kuykendall, Frances White, Penelope Coffey. A I Top: Sinatra takes oft to pour coffee while "Veronica" Nevins looks on. Bottom: Mary E. embraces a broom microphone in the approved crooner's style. I Back row: Hopkins, Alford, Milhollancl, Ray, Nevins, White, Adams, Haynie. 0 Second row: Hibier, Brooks, Bragg. Morris, Dappen, Tate, Kunkle, Bragg. I Front row: Stricklin, Brown, Jones, Adams, Shiveiy, Kuykendali. M Q V xy' :F Sify. . A . . ul' 4 .- ,....-,,...t , 1 . ' .' ' F: -MI Vi., , , Q . HJ . -VY fl Z KAGHLIR The Kaghlir Sorority is a social organization dedicated to the purpose of furthering friend- ship and general acquaintanceship. Activities through the year included a birth- day banquet at Marquis Hall, the annual fresh- man picnic in the amusement park, informal cmd formal dances, and the annual dinner dance in the spring. Officers for the fall were: Irma Tatum, presi- dent, Io Lassiter, vice-president, Anna Taylor, secretary, Gaye Lidia, reporterp Iean Harper, treasurer. The spring officers were Irma Tatum, presi- O Back row Iones Boren Bogard King Power Wilson Hooten, Tompkins, McMurray, Sanders. 0 Second row Taylor Carroll Lassiter Wilson T-laroer, Stanford, Kellar, Sandlin. 0 Front row Wilson Tatum Bragg Lidia Koonce Young, Robertson, Gentle. tx I Y u,- . tw-K f,.i.a..r ii, 1: 11 .Q . Fw 'V ' V , ,,-, fig BE was 'L '-'ii' ig--1 -.r fi dentg Yvonne McMurray, vice-president, Babs Koonce, secretary: lean Harper, treasurer, Sher- ry Power, reporter. C Sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hamilton and Dr. and Mrs. Iames H. Dougherty. Members are Imogene Boaard, Helen Ioy Boren, lane Braaq, Yvonne Carroll, Sally Gen- tle, Iean Harper, Ioy Hooten, Marivonne Iones, Doris Kaden, Wanda Kellar, Dorothy King, Barbara Koonce, Gaye Lidta, Yvonne McMur- ray, Sherry Power, Iune Sanders, Gwynn Sand- lin, Dorothy Stanford, lrrna Tatum, Anna Tay- lor, Betty Wilson, Irma Lois Young, lane Wil- son, Katy Tompkins, and Gwen Robertson. Top: New Kaghlirs don formals for the Presentation Dance. Bottom: Card games and the piano provide amusement for the Kaghlirs at Terrill Hall. Even better than a present from Santa Claus was the Kaqhlir Christmas dance. Top: Cookie gives a great big smile for the photographer at the rush party. Bottom: We heard it was a sumptous feast. KAPPA KAPPA KAPPA Kappa Kappa Kappa is a girls' social club with a restricted membership selected from the girls of the student body who are above fresh- man rank and who maintain a "C" average. In l945-46, the girls of the Triple-K won the campus "E" for excitement, although no actual award was given. The house at 119 Avenue B began to resemble Grand Central Station and no one could keep up with the cornings and goings, what with the several engagements and marriages. Even with these important events, rush and pledgeship proceeded as usual. The Crystal Room at Marquis Hall was the setting for a rush coffee, and later a rush party was held at the Harvey Ranch. Members and rushees were garbed in jeans, boots, and plaid shirts, while the "chuck Wagon" passed out the "grub" -bar-b-que, beans, and black coffee. Pledges for the fall semester were Sallye 0 Back row: Antoine, Davis, Brooks, Lovejoy, Chambers, Duff, Price, Looney, Royall, Brickell, Rice. 0 Second row: Wells, Wells, Couch, Cross, Brock, Underwood, Weeks, Greer. 0 Front row: Cooper, Taylor, Pullen, Tullos, Ruble, Mudd, Mudd, Martin, Clark. Bill Spratt, Ann Weeks, Katherine Myatt, Iune Brooks, Elsie Mae Cooper, and Io Ann Clark. Officers for the fall semester were Bertha Ann Buble, president: Winona Tullos, vice- presidentp Cookie Cooper, secretary: Janie Pul- len, rush captain: Betty Cross, treasurer. For the spring semester, they were Winona Tullos, presidentg Mary Edith Looney, vice-president: Billie Couch, secretaryy Gwen Duii, rush cap- tainp Betty Antoine, treasurer. Members for 1945-46: Betty Antoine, Ina Brickell, Iune Brooks, Sybil Chambers, Billie Couch, Io Ann Clark, Cookie Cooper, Elsie Cooper, Dorothy Davis, Gwen Duff, Mary Edith Looney, Patsy Lovejoy, Dorothy Langford, Mau- rine Martin, Ieanette Neff, Varina Powell, Ianie Pullen, Billie Ruth Price, Rose Marie Boyall, Marilyn Rice, Martha Nell Taylor, Sallye Bill Spratt, Winona Tullos, Veda Underwood, Ann Weeks, Lou Brock, Bertha Ann Buble, Betty Cross, Doris Mudd, Dorothy Mudd, and Katy Myatt. Top: Rose Marie Royall sings part of the music while passing it out at the Ranch Party. Bottom: Kappa's new pledges always make cr lovely picture. Everyone had a good time at the Kappa Christmas Formal. W it it 1 y - ilits L Q I II Top: Smiling new Thetas pose for their pictures at the Presentation Dance. Bottom: A few pointers back stage before the big act goes on. KAPPA THETA PI The Theta "Hades Hop" should go down in Campus history as being one of the most uni- que social functions ot this or any other season. The Thetas and dates arrived dressed as peo- ple most likely to appear below. Hitler and Eva, Tokyo Rose and Tojo, and Scarlet and Rhett were some of the infamous couples pres- ent. The setting for this wicked qroup was the Mary Arden Lodge disquised as a miniature Hades-the effect loeinq achieved by the use oi red crepe paper and pitchforks. The Thetas, youngest oi all the campus sorori- ties, celebrated their sixth birthday with a Birthday Dinner Dance at the TSCW tea room. The tall rushees were Kay Anderson, lean and loyce Weatherby, Bonnye Williams, Wanda Holmes, Marjorie Martin, and Carolyn Davis. They were entertained with a traditional Rush Tea and a Fish Fry. 0 Back Row: Martin, Williams, Hearn, Shands, Bohme, Holmes, Davis, Haynes, Anderson, Allen, Yarrell. 0 Second row: Timmis, Derrick, Boren, Marshall, Lanford, Wood, Hester. 0 Front row: Doggett, Hawley, Weatherby, Weatherby, Penry, Lowrimore. I 71, 3 ny, Kappa Theta Pi, sponsored by Mrs. B. B. Har- ris, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shands, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shuford, has dedicated itself to set- ting intellectual and spiritual standards as well as social standards. Officers Were Marilyn Yarrell, president: Helen Hester, vice-president: Wendla Haynes, rush captainy lean Derrick, treasurer: Dawn Hawley, secretary: Bo Allen, reporter. For the spring semester Marilyn Yarrell was president: Gretchen Timmis, vice-president: 'Bo'Allen, rush captainf Winiired Bohrne, treasurerg Dawn Haw- ley, secretary, Betty Penry, reporter. Members were Edna Io Allen, Winifred Bohme, Betty Boren, lean Derrick, Virginia Doggett, Dawn Hawley, Wendla Haynes, Alice Hearn, Helen Hester, Iune Hiett, Martha Lan- ford, Lois Lowrirnore, Barbara Marshall, Betty Penry, Ann Shands, Gretchen Timmis, Ianell VVood, and Marilyn Yarrell. At the Theta Christmas Formal --: -a J . 1 r up Top: Ray, George, and Mac take time out between classes to shoot the breeze. Bottom: Senator Hovdesven gives an oration. SINNAE The Sinnae club Was organized in 1943 to maintain social fraternity standards during wartime and act as a combination of all six of the fraternities formerly on the campus. With the return of so many "ex" students this year, however, the Sinnaes were disorganized and the members pledged into the various reacti- vated fraternities. The sponsor was Dr. lames McBryde. Offi- cers for the fall semester were W. S. I-larpool, presidentp Hoyt McElroy, vice-president, Arne 0 Back row: Thomas, Hai-pool, Galloway, Woodall, Cox. 0 Second row: McBryde, Williams, Roberts, Adams, McElroy, Stiff. 0 Front row: Galbraith, Ramsey, Mahan, Hovdesven, l-lubbard, Cook, Williamson, Reynolds. Hovdesven, secretary: Quentin Thomas, treas- urer, Burl Stiff, reporter. Members were W. S. Harpool, Bill Adams, Ted Koonce, Iohn Lee Brown, Mac Ramsey, lack Roberts, G. W. Cook, Ame Hovdesven, Burl Stiff, Quentin Thomas, W. Y. Galbraith Hoyt McElroy, Claude Campbell, Welby Wil- liams, Ieep Robinson, Iames Russell, Bill Bry- ant, Douglas Williamson., George Hubbard, Robert Woodall, Ray Reynolds, Loris Galloway, Horace Mahan, Glenn Cox. Top: Sinnaes take it easy until . . . Bottom: . . . they decide to loss Burl into the fish pond One of the most successful functions of the year was the Sinnae Rush Dance. Nine organizations on the North Texas campus have been classified as honoraties because of their high entrance requirements. Most of these are national in scope: a few are lo- cal. ln the following pages We find stu- dents who, by consistently high aver- ages, have gained entrance into these various honoraries. It is with pride and pleasure that We realize that these students, and others like them who have gone bee tore, are largely the ones who have brought North Texas the high posi- tion Which she now holds in the eyes of the state, and indeed, the nation. 5 f. If Yi, ' wuz 3. X, . - if-:Q ru'-532. wma - 'xii ' 1 3.15. 13. ,, Y, 5. ' W-f' f 'ut 4 , w ,125 -. J - 1' K 3 ' 'Y N' f 5. ,1 zz, - 52 5 1.:f1,'.' 31 W 5 figs - . .. ':..,.:2 1 I . 4 I, Q L,-. ., , , . .IV , I, ., .II , ,L ,gan :gun ,- - H ' 1-1 v Ivjjgfg.. -- 5511" nn ' W s - , I Q? gl' I' .nyff asf " 1 " ."5mL"?' ' .5-'4'1F?2'Qs "V' " " Q N ' 2' ' , 'ff'4g 'Q.. Q' . .ig . . xy., A x M 1 af A . 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I axxgg , h Q fig a Q' 4 wilt ' lin , ,116 f 2 4 .HI gt 11,5 I II W-v ' 31 I, N A f I , 1.-'L " ' J ..- II I, in' J' X J ,rj . 5 if .-at K. t .:. . .' . fe me-'., 4:51 . . ..1. 1, 3' 7 " u " 1' A 1 I, 3 1, Li 1331 I W :Q Q J Fl M : , ' ' H J 1 f, .I K 5 1 if' . fl PM QM 5. 'Zi fl 1 5 3 ut' , inf? H , M gag V 'H- G : '- f 'N l I 'X - V if , fy. 4 . v if .I ' :gf . Q F Ji I , lfix Q 33 J II if , .4 If I II I! 4 . t l l MARIANNA CHANDLER ALPHA CHI North Texas State College is a charter member of Alpha Chi, formerly known as the Scholarship Societies ot the South. The W. H. Bruce Chapter of this society was organized in the college in 1923. The purpose of the society is to recognize and promote scholarship, together with those elements oi character which make scholarship effective for the individual. The out standing social event given by the society during the year was an initiation banquet at the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall, in which reconversion was the theme. Officers for the organization were Marianna Chandler, presi- dent: Earlene Senter, vice-president: Wilma Thiele, secretary: Velma Bragg, treasurer, Dorothy Stanford, reporter. Sponsors are Miss Myrtle Brown, Miss Bessie Shook, and Dr. L. W. Newton. Membership for 1945-46: Helen Alexander, Betty Alford, Mary Anna Ander- son, Ioyce Arnold, Albert Baker, Marette Boney, Doras Bragg, lane Bragg, Velma Bragg, Ina I-'ern Brickell, Claire Bryant, Helen Burton, Alla Deen Carlile, Mari- anna Chandler, Pearl Cherrington, Iohnny Louise Cope, David Dawson, Billie Gene Duncan, Marcia Erickson, Martelia Ewing, Mary Ann Frank, Barbara Frost, lean Gibson, lames Goode, Beverly Goodhart, lean Harper, Marjorie Haynie, Marion Henning, Mary Hopkins, Gladys Hudgins, Ernest Ray Hudspeth, Virginia Hunt, LaVerne Keeler, Martha Ann Kunkel, Lois Ann Lam, Maurine Martin, Marjorie Bess Mattison, Ie-anette Middleton, Marguerite Milke, lulia Mudd, Ruth McKay, Lewis leanne McKee, Ruth Evelyn Parks, Varina Powell, Shirley Hay, Gwynn Sancllin, Doris Elaine Saunders, Earlene Senter, Elinor Smith, Ima lean Smith, Mary Margaret Smith, Dorothy Stanford, Burl Stiff, Wilma Thiele, Rowena Turney, Irma Lois Young, Elizabeth Youngblood, Betty Lou Wion, and lanell Vtfood. 0 Back row: Goode, Cherrlngton, Brickell, Mattison, Alexander, Thiele, Duncan, Bragg, Frost, McKay, Burton, Carlile, Baker, Brown. 0 Second row: Woods, Stanford, Smith, Harper, Sancliin, Chandler, Kunkle, Arnold, Young, Boney, Goodhart. 0 Front row: Ewing, Anderson, Wion, Martin, Frank, Gibson, Senter. L it u 'g if 1 t lets l s . I l t i l 1 . , fl 1 2 ' ,lt "f yn , o I 5 0 Back row: Cotteral, Ebert, Harriss, Steed, Hunt. 0 Front row: Howsley, Deason, Kubeck, Thompson. Delta Psi Kappa was organized in l928 to promote scholar- D E L 'I' A P S I ship and professional interest in the field of physical education. The club's activities for the year included the Founders' Day Tea, a Gymboree, and the annual Homecoming Banquet. The club is sponsored by Miss Edith Kubeck. Officers for the tall were Mary Nell Brown, president: Virqinia Hunt, vice- presidentp Annelia l-lowsley, secretary. Officers for the spring were Virginia Hunt, president, Annelia l-lowsley, secretary. Members are Shirley Blackburn, Mary Nell Brown, Donnie Cotteral, Eva Deason, Reva Ebert, lean Fladqer, Nora lane Greer, Beulah A. l-larriss, Annelia Howsley, Virqinia Hunt, Wanda Kidd, Edith Kubeck, Lois Lucas, Thursa Steed, Bennye Taylor, Faye Thompson. 261 KAPPA MARY NELL BROWN ,ss ,fi , " - 5lXQfj5Z5es it :-: f it EVERETT SECREST GAMMADION SOCIETY The Gammadion Society, founded in 1931 and sponsored by the local chapter ot Kappa Delia Pi, is a national honorary educational fraternity. Members are chosen from the upper level ot the freshman class, and may keep their membership until they complete the sophomore year. Sponsored by Miss Ruth Priddy, the club's activities in- clude monthly meetings and yearly luncheons. Officers for the tall term were Everett Secrest, presidentg Maxine Doss, vice-presidentg and Alice Broadfoot, secretary. For the spring term Onita Dannelley was president: Maxine Doss, vice-president: and Lavon Buster, secretary. Members include Bobbie Alexander, Betty Marie Brammer, Mary Louise Burden, Lavon Buster, Betty Ruth Collins, Marjorie Dannelley, Onita Dannelley, Lucille Eskridge, Barbara Foote, Lena Bose Harvard, less I-lensarling, Io Anne Holtzman, Bar- bara Iohnson, Ianeth Iordan, Arline Iungbecker, Daniel Torres Lara, Margaret Meacham, Louise McAfee, Elizabeth Miller, Patricia Ochsenbein, Pauline Orlott, Virginia Pennock, Kath- leen Porter, Ioy Parker, Dorothy Rumsey, Leigh Secrest, Billie Io Smith, Dorothy lean Smith, Martha Southerland, Dwight Swatford, Letha Fern Tunnell, Helen Vaughn, and Ethel Adams. 0 Back row: Priddy, Meacham, Durrett, Tunnell, Steele, Smith, Burden, Parrott, Adams, Dannelley, Pennock, Iohnson, Iungbecker, 0 Second row: Harvard, Foote, Iordan, Broaclfoot, Southerland, Secrest, Doss, Buster, Lee, Rumsey. lDannelley, Hensarlinq. 0 Front row: Pickarcl, Thompson, Collins, Holzman, Eskridge, Vaughn, Kuykendall, McAfee, Smith, Porter, Alexander. E 5 ---A nv . ' S v, 3 t .w -fn' - ' il ' , ' ,W-li W lit' ,lg I f ' Ut. -,t 1 ' i ai ' I 8 .-M23 K 1 4' + wk v , 'M J' ' . , t r 0 Back row: Dutton, Arnold, Lam, I-ludgins, Wheeler, Cherrington, Frost, Center, Shook, Brown, Newton. 0 Second row: Ray, Taylor, Burton, Anderson, Thiele, Sandlin, Chandler, Wion. 0 Front row: Parks, Erickson, Kunkle, Ewing, Carlile, Bryant, McKay, Stiff. Kappa Delta Pi is a national scholarship society in educa- tion whose membership is limited to Iuniors and Seniors. Mem- bers must have a B-plus average. Mary Elizabeth Hopkins and Martha Kunkel were chosen as representatives for the national meeting oi Kappa Delta Pi held in Milwaukee in March. Kappa Delta Pi is sponsored by Miss Bessie Shook, Miss Myrtle Brown, and Dr. L. W. Newton. Officers were Alla Deen Carlile, president: Ouita Taylor, secretary-treasurer. Spring officers were Martha Kunkel, presidentg Iulia Mudd, vice-president: Earlene Senter, secretary: and Gwynn Sandlin, treasurer. Members are Helen Alexander, Mary Anna Anderson, Joyce Arnold, Claire Bryant, Helen Burton, Alla Deen Carlile, Marina Chandler, Goldie Charles, Pearl Cherrington, Virginia Doggett, Martilia Ewing, Mary Ann Frank, James Goode, Mary E. Hopkins, Gladys l-ludgins, Virginia Hunt, LaVerne Keeler, Martha Ann Kunkel, Lois Ann Lam, Ruth McKay, Iulia Mudd, Ruth Parks, Shirley Ann Ray, Gwynn Sancllin, Earlene Senter, Elinor Smith, Mary Margaret Smith, Burl Stiit, Outta Taylor, Wilma Thtele, Geraldine Wheeler, Betty Wion, Elizabeth Youngblood. 263 KAPPA DELTA PI ALLA DEEN CARLILE X Qui- 'A . H7 H l X. - "' A.. , ,Q .lg-., -T. - Ve ""' V -' , 'Tal ,jf -",.-:3'J'Qfj":1 JAMES GOODE PHI ALPHA THETA Members of Phi Alpha Theta, national honorary historical society, are accepted through the E. D. Criddle Historical So- ciety. Members must have an A-minus average in history and a B average in all other subjects. The aim ot the Society is to stimulate a more Widespread interest in History and to bring about better scholarship among the students of the department. Phi Alpha Theta is sponsored by Dr. L. W. Newton. Officers for this year are Iames H. Goode, Ir., president: Mary Helen Ralston, secretary-treasurer. Members are Claire Bryant, Alla Deen Carlile, Iames H. Goode, Ir., Virginia Hunt, and Mary Helen Ralston. 0 Left to right: Newton, Newton, Bryant, Carlile, Hunt, Ralston, McGinnis, Goode. - 0 Back row: Webb, Marquis, Hamilton, Wood. 0 Front row: Craig, Brenholtz, Dickie. Phi. Delta Kappa is a professional educational fraternity for men only, whose purpose is the promotion of research, service, and leadership in the field of education. North Texas is the only teachers college in Texas which has a chapter of the or- qanization. The membership is made up of several groups, including faculty members from this and other schools and upperclassmen students. Officers for the fall semester were Dr. I. C. Matthews, presi- dent: Mr. Torn Pierce, vice-president: and Dr. Alex Dickie, sec- retary. For the spring semester the officers were Dr. Harold Brenholtz, presidentg Mr. Albert Ford, vice-president: and Mr. C. C. Williams, secretary. Phi Delta Kappa is sponsored by Dr. Alex Dickie and Dr. G. A. Odam. 265 PHI DELTA KAPPA DR. HAROLD BRENHOLTZ l I i Q , l I t t inn ANN RUBLE PI OMEGA PI Members of Pi Omega Pi, national honorary business fra- ternity, are encouraged to maintain high scholastic standards for business and professional life. Iuniors and seniors in the School. of Business who main- tain a B average are honored with membership in the Eta chapter of Pi Omega Pi, which is sponsored by Mr. W. A. Larimer. The fall formal initiation banquet was held in the Crystal Boom of Marquis Hall, with Miss Mamie Smith as guest speaker. Officers for the fall semester were Bertha Ann Buble, presi- dent, Helen Hester, vice-president: Eugenia Arnold, secretaryp Yvonne McMurray, reporter: and W. A. Larimer, treasurer. Officers for the spring semester are Gwynn Sandlin, presi- dent: Helen Hester, vice-president, Ina Brickell, secretary: Yvonne McMurray, reporter, W. A. Larimer, treasurer. Members are Eugenia Arnold, Bertye Bogan, Ina Brickell, Lilybess Carrico, Elaine Crossley. Gwen Duff, Lillie Reeves Erwin, Frances Evans, Ruth Gary, Iean Gibson, Mrs. Pat Graham, Iimmie Griitis, Lilla Grubbs, Ioyce Hammock, Marjorie Haynie, Ruth Marie Hendricks, Helen Hester, Margaret Hopkins, Roland lohnson, Doris Kaden, Dorothy Langford, Iulia Loughrniller, Edwin Lus- comb, Yvonne McMurray, Rozelle Meador, Ioe Mitchell, Imogene Moore, Frankie Newsom, Eleanor Portwood, Margaret Quebe, Roberta Reid, Gwynn Sandlin, lean Sheffield, Nathalyn Smith, Mary Frances Strader, Iohnnie Tate, Ouita Taylor, Anna Io Thornton, Veda Underwood, Irma Lois Young, Bertha Ann Buble, Mr. Garland Brookshear, Mrs. Brookshear, Mr. Byron Newton, Miss Nora lane Greer, Miss Eleanor Hideout, Mr. Lloyd Garner, Mr. Tom Rose, Mr. A. A. Miller, Mrs. Ardath Stedman, Mr. W. A. Larimer, Miss Gladys Bates, Dr. Hilton Shepherd, Miss Opal Wright and Miss Kathleen Flood. 0 Back row: Crossley, Arnold, Griffis, Gary, Stroder, Moore, Sandlin, McMurray, Medder, Carrico, Miller, Sheffield, Louqhmiller, Iohnson 0 Second row: Young, Gibson, Bogan, Tate, Armistead, Wright, Thornton, Hendricks, Evans. 0 Front row: Harnmack, Martin, Brickell, Larimer, Hester, Ruble, Underwood. l l 4 A in ' - ii lilll tlzt' i Q1 .1 8 i. ,Qt tl ,it .I .,' . t is :t '-Q it O Back row: Parks, Reeves, Bryant, Parrott, Mudd, Bridges, Reesing, Stovall. I Front row: Orler, Burton, Carlile, Cope, McKay, Erickson, Alexander, Love, Robertson. Membership in Sigma Tau Delta, national professional Eng- lish fraternity, is limited to aspiring writers and students inter- ested in literature who maintain a high average in their college Work. In addition to promoting the mastery oi written expression and encouraging Worthwhile reading, the organization seeks to foster a spirit oi fellowship among students specializing in English. The formal initiation for the fall semester was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Stovall. Miss Virginia Haile was guest speaker. The officers for the year were Marcia Erickson, presidenty Helen Burton, vice-president, Claire Bryant, secretary-treasurer: Elizabeth Youngblood, reporter. Dr. Floyd Stovall is sponsor. -Membershare Roberta Alexander, Dorothy Bridges, Claire Bryant, Helen Burton, Alla Deen Carlile, Iohnnye Cope, Virgi- nia Doggett, Mary Evelyn Ellis, Marcia Erickson, PGQQY Love, Julia Mudd, Dorothy McKay, Ruth McKay, Io Oyler, Harry Parks, Sangster Parrott, Martha Fteesing, Ailene Reeves, Gwen Robertson, Elizabeth Youngblood. 267 SIGMA TAU DELTA MARCIA ERICKSON ftiyl th- ALLA DEEN CARLILE E. D. CRIDDLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY The members of this society are selected from majors and first minors in history who have completed twelve semester hours in history with an average grade of B. The objects of the society are to stimulate interest in history, especially Texas and local history, and to provide a means of social fellowship for students working in the historical field. In lanuary the club presented in assembly a pageant writ- ten by Miss Cora Belle Wilson of the history faculty depicting mankind's quest for peace and the advancement of civilization. Officers for the fall semester were Alla Deen Carlile, presi- dent, Claire Bryant, vice-president: Mary Helen Rolston, sec- retary-treasurer. Dr. L. W. Newton is sponsor. Members are Claire Bryant, Alla Deen Carlile, Mrs. Hazel Curtis, Wanda Feaqan, lames Goode, Mildred Hunt, Virginia Hunt, Earnestine Meador, Mrs. Helen McGinnis, Mary Helen Ftolston, Bishop Whisenhunt, Dr. C. A. Bridges, Dr. I. L. Kinas- bury, Dr. L. W. Newton, Dr. Anna Powell, Miss Cora Belle Wilson. I Front row: Newton, McGinnis, M. Hunt, Meador, Carlile, V. Hunt, Ralston, Curtis, Criddle. 0 Back row: Curtis, Flraubert, Dr. Newton, Goode, Bridges, Powell, Wilson, Bryant, McGinnis. "Es: " r1.. 1',Ii"- T. 122 ' 5. ,. 41... 41 Lg, , - 1 1 Q5 i W-.1. . . Qhyxf ' A '1 I S13 51 . . .L ' . , .,1f,11 ix- 135, IZ 55- ...ka Y 3 4, . . F. vr. 1. 1. 'fu " . ,5gg , . r , 1g',,'.I:1 - 5 . '- 1-. . 611. , 1 72151 n .11 V. ' 5- 2115 1 514. W ww I 1' , 4 . avg ' ' 1 Al 4 , J 1 1 . J I P v .1 . -1H.5,.,, 1. N ' l .Q1I,4, :f11"1. W ' - 343 . 'V 1, 6 E-sy I2 N' L1 Q 1 .3-1. r I i 1 . 11 ir-1. ':!.x'j Ig 5 11 jT 1,1 7 """-ffin I, J 's 15 I 4 1 F r Aff' kv' 11, , I .I Y - -m ,- .1 1. ' 191 ' wx.-,.f 1 1 ,. -- .. UZ., 1 'fV',1," .,f 1.132317 1 ' -vfwf 3 1 Ei L xi' 51 ', 'ug ' '-1-rx ,. :. . gif .QA--'V' I' HEX I ,gt A "Fm: .Til , ll 1,5 WWF V' x,-:Y Qzqiiur 'gf' ' -11-. .u- -"1'1 2: j,'fupr,,. ,. . 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' ' .- "1 ,511 0. I 1. .Q , L., -. , - 1' 1: W . c"'L ,KW - ' , -5 1 ' -. ', '. .- ' i5i.1 1 fr ., '-gg .L V, ,. L 31, if . J 1. U., - "K 1 ' ' f Y 1- Eg. 1, 1 ,, Af 1-A , ,. ' rg.: 4 . - ' 3' '1 1 1 1' H' 11' ' 1' T 51 I Mil' 1 59:1-., ' . . . ,gn W? -11,5317 Q ,,,f, --4155-1 " hy., - , .lem 4 ,ff 'w"""T"'V"' 5,1135 , 7,5 11,f,Q1' 11 -W gif' N nm ,. j! -E23 1!"' 151 5 Encleavoring to supplement the more serious side of college life, that is, the scholastic portion, with some- thing a little lighter, most of the de- partments sponsor various campus clubs. There are some thirty-eight of these organizations on the North Texas campus. Providing a meeting ground tor students who have common interests, these clubs usually have several so- cial functions during the year. Carn- pus clubs are an integral part of col- lege life, and in them professional acquaintances are made which often extend into the business and protes- sional Worlcl. ' E572 T ll W f 'I 1233 if 2 A 4 l t it f A 5 it 2' 5 gg . ..-T 5 5 ' T stir lf Q EH lf L31 ter tl? 15 : 15,- lgg 'EAI it .. 0 Back row: Gillard, Hopper, Watson, Hartline, Brock, Hensarling, Geddy, l-lartline, Arnold, Dunkleberg. 0 Second row: Leach, Hardin, Gamer, Patterson, Cofer, Millican. 0 Front row: Mann, Candler, Russell, Trent, Cooper, Gamma Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, national men's fraternity, continued its tradition of mixing service with social activities. The three-fold purpose of the fraternity is Leader- ship, Fellowship, and Service. The chapter aids the college, faculty, student body, and community in many Ways. Even though the primary purpose is service, the chapter conducts several social functions during the year. The sponsor is Mr. Bill Cooper. Officers for the fall semester were Iames Hopper, president, Oliver Cofer, vice-president: Iess I-Iensarling, secretary: Hugh Millican, treasurer. Officers for the spring semester are less Hensarling, presi- dent: Bill Patterson, vice-president: Bob Brock, secretary: Calvin Watson, treasurer. Members are Hank Arnold, Ted Blankenship, Tommy Boor- man, Bob Brock, Bob Candler, Oliver Cofer, Bobby Cox, Iames Dowell, Walter Dunkleburg, Ray Eledge, Bill Fetterly, Robert Gantt, Myron Garner, Buster Geddie, Dan Gillard, Billy Hardin, A. D. Hartline, lim I-lartline, less Hensarling, Iames Hopper, Winifred Leach, Charles Mann, Bill Martin, lack May, Hugh Millican, James McPherson, Harry Parks, Bill Patterson, Sidney Rogers, Iohn Rowlett, Iames Russell, Walter Schoenfelcl, Charles Shelander, Earl Slaughter, B, B. Trent, Calvin Watson, Malcolm Welch. 271 ALPHA PHI OMEGA IIMMIE HOPPER 1-1. CHARLES SHELANDER ALPHA RHo TAU Newly organized at the beginning of the fall semester, Alpha Rho Tau has a dual purpose: first, to promote a better art ap- preciation on the campusy and second, to stimulate comrade- ship among the student members of the art department. Under the sponsorship of Dr. Cora Stafford, head of the art department, the club engages in such activities as holding lec- tures on different aspects of art, arranging art exhibits for the student body, visiting current art exhibitions, and holding artis- tic competitions and social functions among its members. Mem- bership in the club is limited to students who have had six semester hours in art courses at North Texas. The officers of Alpha Rho Tau are Charles Shelander, presi- dent, Lou Brock, vice-presidentp and Anita Pickard, secretary. Membership for 1945-46 includes Velma Bragg, Lou Brock, Maurice Conant, Betty Crawford, Leona Davis, Elizabeth Fisher, Norma Gardenhire, Wanda Hughes, loe Huntington, Frances Jenkins, Bill Kerr, Mary Io Kuhn, Madaline McMillin, Doris Mudd, Dorothy Mudd, Anita Pickard, Raymond Porter, Patty Price, Charles Shelander, Clyde Tilton, Katy Tompkins, Phoebe Whatley, and Betty Lee Wilder. 0 Back row: Frizzel, Franklin, Robertson, Crawford, Arledge, Wilder, Pickard, Chambers, Hunington, Williams, Compton, Thomas, Brock, Kerr, Compton, Williams, Porter. 0 Third row: Townsend, Bragg, Mclvlillin, Musgrave, Whatley, Quinn, Henderson, Davis, Spurlock, Kuhn. 0 Second row: Bragg, Ienkins, Martin, Branham, Price, Fisher, Conant, Stafford. 0 Front row: Shelander, Tompkins, Brooks, Tilton, Mudd, Mudd, Day. 0 Back row: Stansbury, Adams, Carmichael, McDowell, Iones, McDonald, Brown. 0 Second row: G. Broadfoot, A. Broadioot, Elkins, Kuykendall, McMillin, Bragg, Dillard, Iones. I Front row: Williams, Adams. Wyles, Clary, Bragg, McCurdy, Vfilliams. The Bonham Club Was organized at the beginning of the fall semester at North Texas State in 1945, with Dr. and Mrs. Roland C. Williams as sponsors. Twenty-eight charter mem- bers were enrolled. The club is composed of all North Texas students who call Bonham their home town, and its primary purpose is to stimu- late social activities and good fellowship among the members. The officers are Sadie Adams, president, Claude Campbell, vice-president: Virginia Stansbury, secretary: Sally Clary, treasurer. Members are Billy Adams, Ethel Davis Adams, Sarah Adams, Doris Bayless, Doras Bragg, lane Bragg, Io Ann Bragg, Alice Broadfoot, Gene Broadfoot, Peqqy Brown, Claude Camp- bell, Mary Carmichael, Sally Clary, Erlanna Crelia, Iean Diller, Wilma lean Elkins, Frances Ienkins, Bud Iones, Ruth Iones, Mary Lou Kuykendall, Royce McCurdy, Margaret McDonald, Mary Helen McDowell, Madeline McMillin, Margaret Morriss, George Nelms, Milton Nunn, Tom Rogers, Richard Scrivner, Virginia Stansbury, Eual Wyles, and Velma Bragg. 273 BONHAM CLUB .- 'gn' W , F .. - 4 2 xi ef- l f I 'WFT' - '.- " - .01 fi.. ' ' Q: ,, .F ie, ul Lily 'rr V' FQEJ 'l QE: 5 - ww -r :slide "i?l"'l'72lfffll.l1.- ' CAMERA CLUB 5.,?,ggm,-.-.v -- -f--1--e,,, - .fr B IB, I?-if is rmafi-2 asf- 22151, -i1 "b-wifi . fm- 1 Fflr' 4 252 2' . .,,., -r, 14 3' E. , - E M.. , - Q S ll ll .L The Camera Club was organized in the spring of 1935 in order to foster activity in photography, with emphasis on photographic techniques as well as art- istic composition and general problems which con- front the amateur. Officers are lames C. McPherson, Ir., president: Nell Cunningham, vice-president: and Martha Nell Taylor, secretary. The Camera Club is sponsored by Mr. L. L. Miller, director of the department of physics. Membership includes Rosemary Bradley, Ina Brickell, Gene Broadfoot, Dale Bryant, lra Nell Bur- nett, Lavon Buster, Lucille Cason, Yvonne Carroll, Dorothy Cook, Nell Cunningham, Midge Davis, Betty Davy, lack Deaton, Beverly Goodhart, Mary Hall, Louise Hare, Ioyce Harris, Ruth Hendricks, Susie A regular meeting of the Camera Club in the home of Mr. L. L. Miller, sponsor of the club. .Q l Members of the Camera Club prepare for a field trip. Hibbert, Ioe Huntington, Ieanelle lsbon, LaVerne Iohnson, Magnolia Iones, Colleen Kidd, Nancy Io Kuhn, Lemuel LaRue, Kenneth Latimer, Mary Lump- kin, Edwin Luscomb, William Martin, Claire McKay, Betty McKnight, Madeline McMillin, Iames McPher- son, Helen Mohon, PeqQIY Morris, Anita Pickard, Myra Pickard, Ianet Pollard, Ernestine Quast, Olga Bead, Mabel Robinson, Elizabeth Rodgers, Martha Scarborough, lean Sheffield, Katye Sheffield, Billie Io Smith, Martha Smith, Bob Stanley, Colleen Stew- art, Gean Storey, Irma Tatum, Martha Taylor, Melba Tims, Kathryn Tompkins, Arline Truax, Winona Tul- los, Veda Underwood, Pinkney Varble, Gracie Wal- ker, Georgia Waters, Veta Watson, Lyndal Welch, and Charles Wood. 275 CAMERA CLUB , MR. L. L. MILLER MARJORIE MATTISON W. N. MASTERS CHEMICAL J SOCIETY Membership in the W. N. Masters Chemical Society is re- stricted to those students who have completed at least eight semester hours of chemistry with a high average in all aca- demic Work. The purpose of the organization is to further sci- entific interest and fellowship among chemistry majors and minors. Sponsors are Dr. Price Truitt, Dr. J. J. Spurlock, and Dr. R. B. Escue. Officers for the fall semester are Marjorie Mattison, presi- dent, Lois Ann Lam, vice-presidentp Martha Nell Scarhrough, secretary: Q Everett Secrest, reporter. Members are Dr. J. L. Carrico, Mr. L. P. Floyd, Mr. Ira Roberts, James Ash more, Albert Baker, Jack Bishop, Doris Bomar, Marette Boney, Joe Caldwell, Mary Cole, Ava Conyers, Lloyd Conyers, Gloria Culwell, David Dawson, Trudy Dickinson, Harlene Gaston, Buster Geddie, William Goode, Carolyn Harris, Rosa Ann Hays, Charles He-rshfield, Flowayne Holt, Gladys Hudgins, Jo Anne Holzman, Marjory Howard, Anita Johnson, James Jones, June Kelsay, John Kirkley, Lois Ann Lam, Lewis Jeanne McKee, James McPherson, Marjorie Mattison, Martha Mayes, Dorothy Mayfield, Margaret Meacham, John Mullins, Rachel Norman, Mariellen Pepper, Marjorie Rich, Geraldine Rohne, Martha Scarbrough, Everett Secrest, Judy Shelton, Dorothy Smith, Loreta Smith, Doris Jean Stark, Thomas Stark, Jane Taylor, J. W. Thomas, Laura Thomas, Geral- dine Wheeler, Jerry Zuber, Eugene Richardson, John Kemplin, Hershel Prindel, Jack Spencer, and George Vaughn. 0 Back row: Carrico, Johnson, Ashmore, Stark, Conyers, Floyd. 0 Second row: Kirkley, Geddy, Truitt, Holzman, Smith, Hays, Mayes, Scarbrough, Conyers, Secrest, Caldwell, McPherson, Baker. 0 Front row: Norman, Holt, McKee, Mayfield, Wheeler, Taylor, Starlz, Rohne, Thomas, Hudgins, Lam, Bomar, Mattison, Harris. 'H' gg. 0 An informal shot of the College Players beiore the footlights. The College Players organization was established to foster a greater understandinq land appreciation ot the drama and the leqitirnate stage, for the discovery and development of dra- matic talent, and the training ot actors and directors. it aims to establish self-assurance and poise in social and professional activities. The officers are H. L. Cochran, president: Barbara Marshall, vice-president: Polly Striclclin, secretary, Gene Broadfoot, re- porter. Mrs. Myrtle Hardy is the director. Members this year are Iessie Alexander, Betty Alford, Mary Bahasin, lohn Banvarcl, lames Bennett, Winifred Bohrne, Alice Broadfoot, Gene Broadfoot, Bob Brock, LeRoy Brock, Steve Buell, Dell Campbell, H. L. Cochran, Martha Cole, Bill Coleman, Russell Conner, Glen Cox, Douglass Crouch, Dan Denney, Maxine Doss, leon Downing, Mary Lee Dunham, Rogers Everett, Pat Fitz-Patrick, Mary Ann Frank, Betty Gassaway, Betty Gough, Carolyn Harris, Mary Harris, Dawn Hawley, Alice Hearn, Zelwanda Hendrick, less I-lensarlinq, Ruddy Iones, Magnolia Iones, Roland lohnson, Billie Keathley, Iarnes Keatts, Bobbie Kerr, Gay Lidia, Wanda Liles, Barbara Marshall, Lorraine Matsler, Allen McClesky, Pat McConnell, Frank McCown, I-lunter McWilliams, Durwoocl Mulkey, Nilwon Nowlin, Nelda Parks, Mary Lynn Patterson, Betty Penry, Shirley Ray, Rose Marie Royall, Sara Alice Scott, Charles Shelander, Martha Shively, Nathan Solomon, Burl Stiii, Polly Stricklin, Betty Sumner, Nan Tandy, Irma Tatum, Dana Lynn Thompson, Louis Wade, Ann Weeks, Marie Welsh, Herbert White, Maxine Williams, Janelle Wood, and Marilyn Yarrell. 277 THE COLLEGE PLAYERS H. L. 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OSCAR LENTZ JOHN DEWEY PHILOSOPHICAL CLUB The purpose of the lohn Dewey Philosophical Society is to inspire philosophical thinking, reading, and research through which the individual may improve his own philosophy and that of the society. The monthly meetings of the society are devoted to a lec- ture, and each member is encouraged to participate in the forum discussion which follows. Informality is the keynote of the club's activities. National affiliation and the establishment of a philosophical library are long-range objectives on the society's agenda. Sponsors of the society are Dr. G. A. Odam and Prof. I. N. Brown. Officers are Oscar Lentz, presidentg Hazel Self, vice- presidentg Virginia Clarke, secretaryp Betty lane Lentz, corres- ponding secretaryp Lorraine Matsler, reporter. Members are Mr. I. N. Brown, Virginia Clarke, Dorothy Davis, Errnine Hall, Carrol Booth, Iames Hatcher, Dr. Walter Hansen, Audie Leo Howton, Hannah Ioshua, Venita Brown, Betty lane Lentz, Oscar Lentz, Lorraine Matsler, Leona Merrill, Iulia Mudd, Dr. G. A. Odam, Thomas Pace, loza Ruffner, Hazel Self, Martha Southerland, Dorothy Thomas, Wesley W. Weems, and I. W. Young. I Back row: Lentz, Lentz, Davis, Booth, Clarke, Pace, Matsler, Hansen, Joshua, Keown. 0 Front row: Odom, Ruffner, Hatcher, Weems, Merrill, Brown. , ' :fps . . U,.LD,AL 3, 't l- L ,H 1, 0 Bock row: Keeler, lones, Ganaway, Lum, Raqsdale, Mackey, Sellers, Love, Walker, Coleman, Busch, Morris. 0 Second row: Duren, Phillips, Wilburn, Parker, Townsend, Smith, Snell, Cole, Brewer. 0 Front row: Ward, I-Iuclgins, Russell, Honeycuti, McClellen, Lewis, Taylor, Fisher, Medlin. The Elementary Council serves as the North Texas branch oi the Association oi Childhood Education, an national organiza- tion. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in the field of elementary education and to provide a means by which members may achieve professional improvement and enjoy fellowship. This year the Elementary Council's activities included tur- nishing books for and working with the colored schools in Denton, sending delegates to the A.C.E. meetings, and sending toys to the children of Greece. Officers for the entire year were Alice Morris, president, El Damavis lones, vice-president, and Lorraine McClellan, sec- retary. The sponsors are Miss Nellie Griffiths and Miss Anna- belle Pritchard. Members are Lou Ella Branton, Jackie Brewer, Alma Busch, Martha Cole, Ruth Coleman, Mrs. Rowena Dilworth, Mary Duren, Martha Fisher, Billie Fowler, lean Gannaway, Elsie Grant, Bonnie I-loneycutt, Ruby l-ludgins, El Damavis Iones, Laverne Keeler, La Verne Lewis, Louise Love, Norma Lurum, Lou Ann Mackay, Loraine McClellan, Frances Medlin, Alice Morris, Jessie Parker, Katherine Ragsdale, lean Russell, Clarine Smith, Iuanita Snell, Bernice Stewart, Io Taylor, Ruth Townsend, Bonnie Walker, Dorothy Ward, and Lula Fae Wilburn. 279 ELEMENTARY COUNCIL ALICE MORRIS 'ii' f- Sl v 4sn:f,.. r BETTY ALFORD ELLEN H. RICHARDS CLUB Membership in the Ellen H. Richards club is open to Home Economics majors and minors and all those interested in Home Ec and associated fields. The club has monthly meetings to discuss problems concerning home management that are not contained in the regular curriculum. Club activities this year were started off with a "Howdy" party, and included a Silver Tea in the Home Management I-louse and a formal initiation held in the Mary Arden Lodge. Officers for 1945-46 were Betty Alford, president: Mariellen Pepper, vice-president: and Sherry Mil- holland, secretary. Miss Margaret Louise Owen and Miss Margaret Middleton are the sponsors. Members are Francis Aycock, Deloras Balwin, Ioellen Bannister, Linda Barber, Iane Barksdale, Margaret Baxter, Icy Beene, Martha Bone, Iewlia Braun, Polly Ann Braun, Alice Broaclfoot, Betty Ruth Brooks, Valerie Burgess, Wilma Chaffin, Ioyce Cha- fin, Maunne Childress, Iune Clark, Mildred Clement, Doras Crow, Marydell Daffron, Mrs. lohn B. Edwards, Olita Elder, Katherine Faught, Mary lo Fowler, Na- O Back row: Owen, Burns, Waller, Waters, Sullivan, Mardelle, Thomas, Lund, Floyd, Fauqht, Middleton. O Second row: Smith, lones, Carruth, Snell, Gee, Stephens, Hollyman, Williams, Barksclale, Underwood. 0 Third row: Parvin, Rohne, Hall, Stevens, I-latven, Smith, Russell, Spears. t . V t ' dl , . l L ... fi , L 1 0 Back row: Clemens, Lenahan, Starck, Lund, Keahey, Kelsay, Ieske, Shipp, Nevins, Moore, Ray, Rowell. 0 Second row: Straughn, McMahon, Taylor, Hays, Oliver, Bannister, Broadfoot, O'Conner, Pullen, Allmon. 0 Third row: Pepper, Bonney, Wheeler, Childress, Cherry, Holt, Hughes. dine Gee, Wanda Grant, Rosemary Hall, Ioy Hark- rider, Irene Harven, Flowayne Holt, Lela May Hayes, Margie Hertt, Thyra Hollyrnan, Marjorie Howard, Pam Hughes, Viola Ieske, Gloria Iones, Lola Iones, LaVern Keahey, Ruby Keller, Rechy Kelly, June Kelsey, Mary Elizabeth Lund, Sarah Mahan, Mary McCoy, Ioyce McKeever, Ruby Nell McMahon, Sherry Milholland, Peggy Io Morris, Ruth Murdock, Ann Nevins, Katherine O'Con- nor, Eloise Oliver, Beverly Pardue, Mary Io Parwin, Mariellen Pepper, Shirley Prather, Ianie Pullen, Shir- ley Ray, Marilyn Rice, Claudine Rich, Joyce Roark, Geraldine Rohne, Modena Roper, Ioan Rowell, Bes- sie Russell, Iune Sanders, Iudy Shelton, Marjorie Shipp, Dorothy Smith, Elinor Srnith, Loreta Smith, Iuanita Snell, Marjorie Spears, Mary Ruth Steph- ens, Charlotte Strawn, Peggy Sullivan, Laura Thorn- as, Billie Thompson, Marian Tillotson, Dorothy Trigg, Olga Underwood, Mary Vance, Georgia Waters, Donna lean Watler, Geraldine Wheeler, Lucy Dale Williams, Evelyn Willson, Ida Lee Wilroy, Ianette Wright. 281 ELLEN H. RICHARDS CLUB MISS MARGARET MIDDLETON RUTH McKAY FUTURE TEACHERS OF AM ERICA The George A. Odam Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, one of the largest chapters in the United States, was organized during the fall semester of 1945. The purpose of the club is to ac- quaint people interested in the teaching field with present-day problems, methods, and solutions. Under the sponsorship of Dr. Max Huebner, the organization plans to discuss important books, take field trips, carry on "benefit" campaigns, and occa- sionally to include such things as picnics in the program. Officers are Ruth McKay, president: Alice Broad- foot, vice-presidentg Betty Brooks, treasurer: Martha Nell Scarbrough, secretaryg Martha Preston, libra- rian. Members are Lanez K. Barnett, Ioyce Bell, Betty Bird, Patsy Blondell, Betty Brooks, Lou Brock, Mary Katherine Brothers, Ruby Dale Brown, Yvonne Car- roll, Ruth Coleman, Betty Ruth Collins, Elizabeth Crawford, Elaine Crossley, Cliffo lean Davis, Kath- erine Davis, Leona Davis, Billie Ray Darnell, Mary Ann Darsey, Betty Davy, Ava Nell Donoho, George 0 Front row: Pennock, Wilburn, Odarn, Preston, Patterson, Moore, Underwood, Howard, McClellan, Hooten. 0 Back row: Parker, Wooten, Graham, Merrill, Storey, Taylor, Parrott, Stevens, Parker, McDaniel. it P f .- .e .., , . . , , , V -, JE tt , . Q -ut:-7:i:lt.'.-A 535,515-5-kr,tln..:.a,fi-l.x,,g1lg',3:,,QL,.!1-njv-qjfqyr-'IAQ-v:,.4.Lt .ff If .-1 . ' ' ' ' . .f.'.,...g ,129 - 'N ,Hit 'T-25. Email: I 2 J flr-i"'M1. '. '. 5 ,. ' . nr . - . .o,.. . -.. t. ,.,-...-Y. ...,....- . , f,..,. we 'L H . NSS- ' ' ' t with -wvgggy 1 ' ' , lil-.ti--1, Y' V V 4. -AQ-A A in V- -N? Rf.. -y"' , ' ' ' W A I V A I me L-fLL..,,-.-1- V J l 1 J t , :..sL.h'- if fr' 43. ' vi, ,sr 4 VW-vh'if"'l..' -t fit? tion "iWf+t 'R H fr, , . Q--J , 1 ri ff'-.1 1. ' D., .ri ' ot., 1' .. 'i -, , . ,-,..-V-,-.RNA 4 4 ,Z M . .. -Lirrllresgxui? L 154:55 A --l ,:,':xl3'QSi" ga,-gvyss-.-off,1 ' ' ' ' ' .5 lwfwsgigl-34 . r ,M 53251. , . -234. r..-g--H-is-aw.: .' .lar--'W Y lx 0 Front row: Huebner, Broadioot, Pa1'ker,lMcKay, Siobaugh, Walker. Sellers, Iones, Parker, Colerrian. 0 Back row: Scarbrough, Fulwiler, Jackson, Dutton, Iunghecker, Tidwell, Whitsett, Harris, Davis, Morriss. W. Dutton, Xina Evans, Iohnese Elliott, Benetta Fal- sone, Lucille Farmer, Emma Lee Fulwiler, Glenna wg ., orohom, Mary Harris, Gene l-lodges, Iohn Hoooor, Olinda l-looten, Virginia Howard, Dorothy Ann lack- son, Boland Iohnson, El Damavis Iones, Arline lung- A A becker, Imarose Kusch, Beverly Kyle, lane LeEevre, Louise Love, Peggy Love, Norma Lum, Loraine McClellan, Aleta McDaniel, Ruth Mc- Kay, Leona Merrill, Edwina Miller, Ieanne Moore, Alice Morriss, Melba June Odam, Io Oyler, Cather- ine Parker, Homer, W. Parker, Iessie Bell Parker, Rosalie B. Parker, Sangster Parrott, Virginia Pen- nock, Iacqueline Patterson, Luella Poston, Martha Preston, Martha Nell Scarbrough, Louise Sellers, Virginia Stevens, Margaret Stobaugh, Gean Storey, Io Beth Taylor, Floy Maxine Tidwell, Alice Timmons, Ruby Underwood, Bonnie Walker, Alice Washburn, Bishop Whisenhunt, Doris Whitsett, Lula Fay Wil- bum, Jeanne Lou Willis, Thelma Wirges, Helen Wooten, Maxine Wynn, Laure May Yarbrough, Iames Goode, and Alice Broadfoot. 283 DR. MAX HUEBNER . : V fi L H I ' 1 ' I - I, . 2 V f f 1 V ,Y Y lm l ' . 'f t - 551' ' ' ggi M' ' ll-'iff VZ iixsiifksv' r F-L? gist? ,QHIQAF ' :FW 3 . , V :isis t is E s It V I. G. WI-HSNAND GAMMA IOTA CHI Membership in the Gamma lota Chi Fraternity is open to former members of the military or naval service oi the United States who are students or fac- ulty members oi standard colleges and universities. The purpose of this organization is to promote a closer friendship among and to render service to the returning servicemen, to influence potential mem- bers to return to the college, and to develop a bet- ter citizenship. The Alpha chapter was organized at North Texas in the spring ot l944. Its activities have included the sponsoring of several forums, the All-College Armis- tice dance, a Fall Membership Banquet held at Mar- quis Hall, and a Christmas Dance at the Mary Arden Lodge. Officers for the fall semester include I. G. Whis- nand, presidentg Oscar Lentz, vice-president Kenneth Grubbs, treasurer: and Leland McCloud, secretary. Dr. Alex Dickie and Dr. Sam McAlister were spon- sors. Members are Roy Allamon, Robert B. Baker, Sam A Gamma Iota Chi from the K-9 Corps poses with the group. Gamma Iota Chi's pose for a picture after Barton, Ross Bonner, Harold Brenholtz, Bill Britton, William Bryant, Iames Cason, Bill Collins, Ted Crum- bley, Alex Dickie, Robert Douglass, W. C. Emerick, Gene Fincher, Iames Fulwiler, Wingfield Galbraith, Loris Galloway, Dexter Gordon, Kenneth Grubbs, Bob Hammond, Armender Hayes, Iames Heath Iames Iones, Ierrel Iulian, Bill Kerr, Paul Lambert, Lemuel LaRue, Oscar Lentz, E. D. Lipscomb, Boyde Long. I Edwin Luscornb, Bill Martin, Noble Masters, Leland McCloud, Royce McCurdy, Tom Mcllvain, Iarnes Moore, Lewis Moss, I. W. Newby, L. L. Morris, Thomas Pace, Bob Patterson, George Petrie, Iames Reynolds, I. D. Rodgers, Sidney Rodgers, George Roe- ver, Max Rohe, Iimmie Sitzes, Melvin Smith, Bobby Street, Leon Thompson, Clyde Tilton, George W. Turpen, Wesley Weerns, Bishop W'hisenhunt, I. G. Whisnand, Hooper Wilkinson, Welby Williams, Bill Wilson, Fred Wright, Eual Wyles, Bob Woodall, and Robert Voertman. 285 a meeting in the Great Hall-Terrill. GAMMA ICTA CHI DR. SAM McAL1sTER , , . , A I l MARY ELIZABETH HOPKINS GREEN JACKETS The Green Iackets were organized in 1925 tor the purpose of supporting the activities ot the col- lege, to maintain a wholesome spirit of loyalty among students, to aid any other organization that might call on them for service, and to promote the policies of the school. Among the social activities for the year were the Halloween Party, the Christmas Party, a rush cot- fee, a dinner, a barbecue, and an informal party. The Green Iackets are sponsored by Miss Beulah I-larriss, and are the only campus organization with a mascot, Patricia Roberts. Officers for the entire year were Mary Elizabeth Hopkins, president: Elizabeth Fisher, vice-president: and Sherry Power, secretary. O Back row: Anderson, Spray, Hall, Fisher, Iones, McCullough, Hopkins, Crouch, Abbott. o Second row: Clark, Looney, Cooper, Roberts, Harriss, Myatt, Kellor, Power. 0 Front row: Bragg, Ray, Kunkle, Dison, Kidd. H TP. ,x 0 Back row: Morris, Bragg, Brown, Bagan, Youngblood, Grant, Carter, Lattimer, I-laynie, Howsley, Isbon. 0 Second row: Norman, Weatherby, Duff, Wealherby, Roberts, Harris, Bridges, Tatum, Turner. 0 Front row: Tompkins, McMurray, Newby, Tunnell, Blackburn. Membership for 1945-46 includes Esther Abbott, Bobby Spray, Betty Anderson, Doras Bragg, Velma Bragg, Betty Bagan, Shirley Blackburn, Io Bridges, Martha Brown, Eva Carter, Io Ann Clark, Bessye George Cooper, Betty Crouch, Gwen Duff, Marcia Erickson, Elizabeth Fisher, Wanda Grant, Marjorie I-laynie, Mary E. Hopkins, Annelia Howsley, lane- alle lsbon, Cathryn Iones, Wanda Kellar, Wanda Kidd, Martha Kunkle, Helen Lattimer, Estalene Lloyd, Mary Edith Looney, Ruth Morris, Dorothy Langford, Dorothy Mudd, Doris Mudd, Kathryn Myatt, Rachel Norman, Mary Frances McCullough, Yvonne Mc- Murray, Marie Power, Shirley Bay, Irma Tatum, Kathryn Tompkins, Letha Fern Tunnell, Gracie Tur- ner, Iean Weatherby, Ioyce Weatherby, Elizabeth Youngblood, Margaret Ann Dugan, and Mary Betty Hall. 287 r GREEN JACKETS MISS BEULAH HARRISS ' ff-0' t I WANDA KELLAR HOUSE PRESIDENTS CLUB An outlet for all problems about the living conditions of the students on the campus is the House Presidents Club. Com- posed of the president and counselor oi each residence hall cmd campus house, the club has helped standardize living conditions and has planned numerous social activities, includ- ing the Christmas All-College Formal. The president and coun- selor of each house or hall are elected by the students oi that residence. The club is sponsored by the Girls' Forum. Officers were Wanda Kellar, presidentg Irma Tatum, vice- presidenig Anna Taylor, secretaryg and lean Holloway, re- porter. Members are Albert Baker, Virginia Baker, Laney Barnett, Betty Beasley, Iustine Begley, Sue Bills, Betty Blackman, Doras Bragg. Margaret Brooks, Bobby Bryan, Charlene Burleson, Merle Burgess, ,tune Clark, Emma Lou Cal- vitt, H. L. Cochran, Ienette Crubley, Nell Cunningham, Vesta Davis, La Verne Kealer, Mary Deuvall, Lila Lou Downs, Dorothy Earles, Charlsie Edwards, Christine Elliott, Katherine Faught, Helen Finnell, Elizabeth Fisher, Anna Lee Foster, Chris Frazier, Mavis Io Frost, Margaret Garren, Elva Gilbert, Billie Gilmore, Mary Gray, Ermine Hall, Iessie I-lammons, Vernie Henderson, Wanda Iay Holmes, lean Holloway, Annelia Howsley, Cathryn Iones, Wanda Kellar, Iune Kesey, Earnestine Knight, Lois Lawrirnore, Bo Liles, Norma Lum, Fay Martin, Charline Mayer, Frances Medltn, Anna McClellan, Martha McDonald, Rosebud McDuff, Iennie McGee, Ruth McKay, Edith McKinley, Vtfyndelle Mc- Pherson, Sherry Milholland, Marguerite Milke, Billie lean Miller, Mildred Moore, Iewel Mullins, Wanda Nelson, Nilwon Nowlin, Beverly Pardue, Mari- lyn Patterson, Angela Perdichi, LeRoy Pierce, Catherine Pittser, Pat Purdy, Colleen Quattlebaum, Mary lane Ray, Bob Roberts, Marion Rawlings, Bertha Buble, Kay Seely, Charles Shelander, Leerie Soyers, Catherine Stewart, Irma Tatum, Anna Taylor, limmie Thompson, Alice Timmons, Melba Tims, Gracie Turner, Sarah Turney, Ruth Walker, I. G, Whisnand, Ida Lee Wilroy, and Marianna Wright. 0 First row: lones, Nowlin, Burleson, Buble, Tatum, Bragg, Wilrcy, Frost, Stewart, Lunn. 0 Second row: Clark, Kellar, Turner. Baker, Brown, Horton, Tims, Miller, Taylor, Bills, Lawrirnore, McDonald, Hays. I Third row: Crouch, Timmons, McKinley, Iones, Finnell, Pittser, Medlin, Milholland, Dean Bentley, Whisnand, Baker, McKnight, Quattle- baum, Ray, Rawlings, Garten, Kesey, Davis, Ayers, Patterson, Moore. iff -1 i t 'ir ,s I4 4 'M - 4 if - ji , ,Y t . r . z H7- !'t .4-B.. -W- QW: .4- Z.- , il Nj I 0 Back row: Blanton, Davis, Petrie, Emerick, Hartline, Jordan, Peacock, Gilman, Hartline, Bishop. 0 Second row: Blackburn, Bates, Swafford, Ierniqan, Van Zandt, Mcllvain, Whisenhunt, Cook. 0 Front row: King, Lipscomb, Armistead, McClelen, Bills, Howlett, York. The lndustrial Arts Club was organized to promote fellow- ship and professional interest among the students of industrial education in the college. Membership is open to any student majoring or minoring in industrial arts who has a "C" average. Officers for the year were Alvin Bishop, president: Frank Van Zandt, vice-president: Doris McClelen, secretary-treasurer: Sue Bills, reporter. Dr. S. A. Blackburn and Mr. C. C. Davis are sponsors. Programs this year have included discussions, the pledge initiation picnic, and a club dance. Members are Lyndall Armistead, Dan Bates, Sue Bills, Alvin Bishop, Earle B. Blanton, G. W. Cook, Ir., Ted Crumby, Carroll Ernerick, Silas Grant, Ruth Gilman, A. D. I-lartline, Jimmie Hart- line, Norma Hill, Imogene Iernigan, E. E. Iordan, I. C. King, E. D. Lipscomb, Doris McClelen, Tommy Mcllvain, Bazil Mc- Kithan, Lonnie L. Norris, Martha O'Neal, Darnell Peacock, George Petrie, Iohn Howlett, Bill Handel, Nedra Swaiford, Leon Thompson, Frank Van Zandt, B. G. Whisenhunt, Dulcie Ann Wilroy, Ioe Davis York, and Iames Bronaugh. 289 INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB at it ALViN BISHOP gm, '1 t '3 -1 ,LL HANNAH IOSHUA INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 0 First row: Dawson, York, Traster, Reed. Better acquaintance with the customs and habits of the people in other countries may be gained by being a member of the International Relations Club, sponsored by Dr. I. L. Kingsbury. Programs consist of speakers who are interested in World peace and security and who have traveled abroad and made studies of world problems. The club's social func- tions emphasize foreign traditions and customs. Membership is open to all students. Officers for the year were Hannah Ioshua, presidentp Eliza- beth Fisher, vice-president: and Ruth Gary, secretary. Members of the club are Helen ,loy Boren, Emma Lou Cal- vitt, Betty Collins, Leona Davis, Irving Dawson, Mary lane De- Berry, Lila Lou Downs, Elizabeth Fisher, Ruth Gary, Dorothy lean Greer, Frederick Huff, Barbara Iohnson, Hannah Ioshua, Douglas Kelley, Georgia Kladiva, Beverly Lanier, Honie Lou Laster, Oscar Lentz, Sammie Lookingbill, Gene Reed, Dot Bum- sey, Martha I. Southerland, Laura Lee Sullivan, Eldon Traster, Bobbie Vandergriff, and David York. O Second row: Kingsbury, Boren, McMillin, Joshua, Davis, Lanier, Downs. 0 Third row: Kelley, Laster, Iohnson, Vandergriff, Collins, Southerlcmcl, Calvitt, DeBerry, Kladiva, Rumsey, Sullivan, Gary, Fisher. , + o Back row: Doss, Iohnson, Hughes, McKay, Cope, Cherrington, Meacham, Steele, Meacham, Beeman. 0 Second row: Anderson, Wilroy, Bragg, Chandler, Wion, Dennis, Sandlin, Mattison, Fiezell. 0 Front row: Kirkley, McGee, McPherson, Secrest, Doggett, Baker, Mann. The members talk a language of the Math club make figures and symbols, unknown to the layman. The object oi this organization is two-fold: to stimulate interest in pure mathe- matics and in methods and problems in the teaching ot mathe- matics, and to promote ideals oi scholarship and good fellow- ship among teachers and students of the department. Mem- bers must show a B average with at least six semester hours in mathematics. Officers of the T. C. Math Club are Albert Baker, president, Pearl Cherrington, vice-president, and Leigh Secrest, secretary. Sponsors are W. E. Beeman. Dr. Eugene Hanson, Dr. I. V. Cooke, and Mr. The members are Betty Anderson, Bobby Anderson, Marjorie Bagby, Al- bert Baker, Iuanita Blanton, Mary Bonner, lohnelle Bradley, Velma Bragg, Lou Brock, Marianna Chandler, Lorraine Coop, Elizabeth Cope, David Dawson, loan Dennis, Trudy Dickinson, Bill Doggett, Maxine Doss, I-larlene Gaston, Curtis Hamilton, Harold l-Iartline, Wanda Hughes, Anita Iohnson, Ianeth Ior- dan, Iohn Kirkley, Beverly Kyle, Margorie Mattison, Ruth McKay, Guy McGee, Margaret Meacham, I imrnie McPherson, John Mullins, Charles Mann, Ioy Marie Parker, Dorothy Rein, Gwynn Sandlin, Leigh Secrest, Earlene Senter, Dollie Steel, David Usry, Id a Lee Wilroy, and Betty Wion. 291 MATHEMATICS CLUB ALBERT BAKER -ev -- -Q ' ' IERRY EPPS JUNIOR CURRENT LITERATURE CLUB The Iunior Current Literature Club is one ot the most honored clubs on the campus. lt was tounded in 1935 and is dedicated to modern life as it is interpreted through current literature. The Iunior Club is sponsored by the Senior Club and carries on much the same programs as its older sisters. Second semester freshman and sophomore Women students are included on the membership list. Each is required to have good social qualities and to maintain at least a C average. The sponsors are Miss Anna Alford and Miss Dorris Fassett. Officers are Terry Epps, president: Charlotte Ward, Vice-presidenty Jackie Honeycutt, secretaryy Carmen Teel, treasurer. Members are Mary Helen Burqland, Dorothy Bridges, Zelva Brown, Mary Louise Burdin, Valarie Burgess, Darlene Chaffin, Iean Childers, Ann Cleere, 0 Back row: Fassett, Tunnell, Hollier, Love, Leath, Rumsey, Turmell, Iernigcm, Senter, Taylor, Eskridge. 0 Second row: Stewart, Davis, Taylor, Turney, Ierniqan, Elkins, Hendricks, Clear, McMillin. 0 Front row: Laster, Scott, Lamar, Watson, Keathley. 0 Back row: Alford, Weatherby, Watson, Moore, Deakin, Iones, Teel, Henson, Scoqgins, Chafin. 0 Second row: Brown, Craig, Weatherby, lones, Honeycutt, Deakin, Kamenitsa, Crawford, McCoy, FOHGY- 0 Front row: Burgess, Moore, I-Ioneycutt, Epps, Kladiva. Rebecca Craig, Betty Crawford, Elizabeth Cope, Leona Davis, Ruby Deakins, Ruth Deakins, Edith Elkins, Ierry Epps, Lucile Eskridge, Kathryn Faught, Betty Folley, Carolyn Hendrix, Shirley Henson, Gloria lean Hollier, Iackie Honeycutt, Imogene Ter- nigan, Ieanne Iohnston, Lilla Ruth Iones, Lola Tones, Arclath Keathley, Billie Keathley, Georgia Kladiva, Myra Lamar, Honie Lou Laster, Nelwyn Leath, Pol- lyanna Love, Louise McAfee, Mary Glenne McCoy, Aleta McDaniel, Madeline McMillin, Lou Medlin, Elizabeth Miller, Blanche Moore, Louise O'Conner, Dorothy Burnsey, Opal Scoggins, Bobbie Scott, Win- nie Senter, Bonnie Sewell, Dorothy Iean Smith, Mar- tha Southerland, Bernice Stewart, Margaret Sto- baugh, lane Taylor, Natalie Taylor, Carmen Teel, Marion Tillotson, Letha Fern Tunnell, Beulah Turney, Veta Watson, lean Weatherby, Ioyce Weatherby, Io Webb, Charlotte Ward. 293 JUNIOR CURRENT LITERATURE CLUB MISS ANNA ALFORD 'A' ,Lf I mi .V V W f , t ' .,,, ,E W l ,Q R E . A J ' ,,,rr ll --,ft , It ,,,,'XT.L,. KAY ANDERSON JUNIOR MARY ARDEN CLUB The Iunior Mary Arden Club was organized in 1935 by Miss Edith L. Clark to serve as the "little sister" of the Senior Senior Mary Arden Club. The Junior Marys are federated and carry out a Well rounded season of educational programs and social activities. The organization is composed of members of the freshman and sophomore classes. Officers of Iunior Mary Arden for the tall term were Kay Anderson, president, Lavon Buster, vice- president, Marguerite Baxter, secretary, and Tommie Maddux, treasurer. For the spring term the officers were the same except that Mary Io Parvin served as secretary. The sponsor for the Iunior Mary Arden Club is Miss Emma Lou Long. The members are Ethel Davis Adams, Sadie I Back row: Buster, Brothers, Donnelley, Kinney, Lonq, Walker, Maddux, Doss, Kinzy, Mays, Morris. I Front row: Brock, Shcmds, Stone, Baxter, Anderson, Loucks, Broadfoot, McKnight, McKnight. Weeks. 0 Back row: Kuykendall, Denman, Nicholson, Parrott, Adams, Adams, Iohnson, Sasse, Carruth, Butler. 0 Front row: Smith, Burns, Pickard, Fitzpatrick, Brooks, Keck, Pickarcl, Laws, Cooper, Parvin. Adams, Betty Anderson, Bobby Anderson, Kay An- derson, Marguerite Baxter, Alice Broadtoot, Kath- erine Brothers, Iune Brooks, Evelyn Burns, Lavon Buster, Martha Ann Butler, Doris Carruth, Penelope Coftey, Helen Cole, Betty lean Cooper, Elsie Mae Cooper, Marjorie Dannelley, Onita Io Dannelley, Ola Fay Denman, Maxine Doss, lane Evans, Helen Fitzpatrick, Betty Qassaway, Carolyn Harris, Bar- bara Iohnson, Lucille Keck, Louise Kenny. lean Kin- zy, Mary Lu Kuykendall, Ruth Laws, Alleen Loucks, Tommie Macldux, Preqina Mays, Carolyn McKnight, Mary McKnight, May Alice Morqan, Betty Nicholson, Betty Ruth Paris, Patricia Parrott, Mary Io Parvin, Virginia Pennock, Anita Pickard, Myra Pickard, Ann Shands, Loreta Smith, Sally Spratt, Margaret Stone, Billie Mae Vernon, Sunell Walker, Ann Weeks, and lane Wilson. 295 JUNIOR MARY ARDEN CLUB EMMA LOU LONG l WILMA COZART MU PHI EPSILON Mu Phi was organized in 1945 with the purpose of recoq- nizinq scholarship and musicianship and to promote friend- ship within the sisterhood. Their activities this year consisted of the awarding of a scholarship both semesters to an outstandinq freshman woman student, one out-ot-town recital, and the co-sponsorship of some of the Fine Arts numbers. Dr. Helen Hewitt and Miss Alvina Palmquist are sponsors: officers were Wilma Cozart, president, Ruth Henderson, vice- presidentg Ruth Reed, secretary, Blanche Oakes, treasurer. Members are Wilma Cozart, Ruth Henderson, Ann Shands, Ruth Reed, Blanch Oakes, Sonja Hornstein, Penelope Coffey, Billie Waters, Mary Elizabeth Durrett, Beverly Minten, Mar- jorie Meacham, Arleta Bowles, Helen Alexander, Helen Cole, Bonnie Williams, Estalene Lloyd, Marian Henning, Carolyn Harris, Iane l.eFevre, Billie Duncan, Elsie Mae Cooper, Mary Katherine Lotz, Mary March, La Verne Hunt. l First row: Henning, Bowles, Cole, Cozart, Lotz, Orloff. O Second row: Coffee, Cooper, March, l-lornstein, Waters, Hunt, Lloyd, Williams, Minton. 0 Third row: Hewitt, Alexander, Henderson, Reed, Meacham, LeFevre, Harris, Durrett, Oakes, Shands, Palmquist. U Qld. ,r,. .. evra ' 1,7 . ,I . . YY X-,-. Y,-X. IQ4-M Y,.,. 5 .-l t , f.,.' ,f filfv "fur-525 , , .K ,L . , r or .. , . .v..t.i.u..-t.. I- . , K, Q - - ltllf - -L emjfif-f-es-w V--1--,eg . myTv-'fL-s-E!?37:eg,,,,,,.,- f ...eiyjs it . ' Pl F' ' "LA , 5-' ", i ' ' f f. ' ft: A . '1 4f7' ,t : 15 532' - F5532 '-ff5'2fQ'f'.1'i"'i3': 3?7l'l'J'-,Qif."' ' l .V ' f'-'4'l-Gigi Q I LWIQ' fit ' 'tfiLe!ljf5f'r"' -A - ' . r A V '------H --A ,, ,A i-, r ,I I -,U TMJ . -s 5 A .ef-- it f 0 Back row: Keck, Bills, Cotteral, Kubeck, Ebert, Morris, Taylor, Harris, Burney, Beasley, Flaclger, Deason, Hunt, Antoine, Conant. 0 Second row: Fulton, Iacoby, Steed, Carter, Harmon, Rawlins, Howsley, Collert, Moore, McCullor, Kidd, Hink, Hale. 0 Front row: Blackburn, Harris, Wright, Sellers, Thompson, Newton, Ray, Cooper, Rankins, Ray, Hudgens, Quisenberry, Shepard, Alo- bott, Walling. Open to all boys and girls who intend to make physical education their career, the P. E. Professional Club has as its aim the advancement of professional standards and the crea- tion of a high sense of pride in its members. Programs usually consist of outside speakers or teachers who have risen to the heights in the various phases of the profession. Hayrides and other outdoor activities till up the social calendar. Dr. Donnie Cotteral and Mr. H. G. Shands are co-sponsors of the organization, and Bessye George Cooper served as president with Eva' Carter as Vice-president and Una Faye Kirksey as secretary. Other members include: Ester Abbott, Clotile Abernathy, Betty Antoine, Alice Ard, Betty Beasley, Shirley Blackburn, Iohn Lee Brown, Nell Davis Brown, Ted Carley, Eva Carter, Mildred Collier, Bessye George Cooper, Harold Davis, Sweet Estes, Glenda Io Fulton, Betty Hale, Horner Hall, Alyce Ham- ilton, Virginia Harmon, Iune Harris, Ralph Heater, Alice Hink, Herman Hopkins, Bonnie Hudgens, Lucille Keck, Wanda Kidd, Una Faye Kirksey, Ted Koonce, Dorothy Liestrnan, Lewis Long, Iohn McCurdy, Miriam Moore, Margaret Morriss, Barbara Price, Mac Ramsey, Iuanita Rankin, Mary Bay, Mariam Raw- lings, Harley Bedin, Blaine Rideout, Edward Boland, Helen Sue Sheppard, Mary Voke, Mary Wade, Doris Walker, Frances Walling, Bobbie W'olcox, and Dan Yarbro. ' 297 P. E. PROFESSIONAL CLUB BESSYE GEOB GE COOPER , PHI MU ALPHA Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national honorary fraternity Whose primary function is to promote the performance and composition of good music in America. Membership is not limited to music students and professional musicians, but is open to all students who are genuinely interested in music and Who are willing to take active part in Phi Mu Alpha activities. The Gamma Theta chapter at North Texas sponsors several social functions each year, including a formal dinner-dance each spring semester. One of the most important activities is the awarding of an annual scholarship to an outstanding freshman music student. Dr. Wilfred C. Bain sponsors the organization, and the officers this year are: George Robinson, presidentp E. C. Richards, vice- presidentp and Campbell Smith, secretary. Membership includes: Carlyle Bass, Williani Bradley, Ben Branch, Bill Cook, Merl Cornelius, Bobby Cox, Frank Gioviale, less I-lensarling, I. W. lohnson, Orland Iohnson, Rufus lohnson, Ray Katzmark, Bob Marquis, Manuel Meyer, Ed Meyers, Carter Murphy, Guy McGee, Bill Reynolds, Tommy Reeves, Gregory Rodgers, Eldon Sonnenburg, lean Richardson, Robert Voertrnan, and Douglas Wil- liamson. 0 Seated, left to right: Kirshbaum, Richardson, Richards, Cook, Bain, Heeren, Smith. 0 Standing, left to right: Cox, Bradley, Rodgers, Branch, Will, McGee, Reynolds. . a ff 4 M ENG' L., tttvlttt 'tt t 1 l 0 First row: Arnold, Coley, Love, Ellis, Garner, Hunter, Lloyd, Blankenship. O Second row: Davidson, Morgan, McClelland, Bragg, Keck, Penry, Matsler, Pogleman, Timberlake, Ard, Buster, Collier. 0 Third row: Mahan, lftall, Fowler, Shutord, McCloud, Watson, Stansbury, Teipel, Miller, Warrington, Charles, Mclienney, Stanley, Nunn, Reeves, Bartley. The Press Club was organized in l9ll to stimulate interest in journalistic pursuits, to promote cooperation among college publica- tions, and to develop friendship among campus residents interested in Writing. During the year the Press Club sponsored the appearance of Boyce House on the campus, and gave a luncheon in his honor. Noted speakers appear at the regular monthly meetings. Mr. I. D. Hall, Mr. C. E. Shuiord, and Mrs. Dude McCloud are sponsors. Officers for the fall were Velma Bragg, president, Virginia Stans- bury, vice-president: Isabell Ellis, secretary. Officers for the spring are Peggy Love, presidentp Isabel Ellis, vice-president: Virginia Stansbury, secretary. Members: Alice Ard, Hank Arnold, Albert Bartley, William Boon, Velma Bragg, Iackie Brewer, Bob Brock, LeRoy Brock, Katherine Brothers, Lavon Buster, Maurine Cashion, Goldie Charles, Mary Daugherty, Mrs. Emile Davidson, Isabel Ellis, Katherine Fogleman, Iames Goode, Dona Lee Hunter, Magnolia tones, Lucile Keck, Peggy Love, Virginia McClelland, Estelle McCoy, Margaret McDonald, Wilma McKinney, Iames McNeese, Horace Mahan, Lorraine Matsler, Charlie Miller, Elizabeth Ann Miller, Mary Alice Morgan, Harry Parks, Betty Penry, George Robertson, Bob Stanley, Virginia Stans- bury, and Iewel Warrington. 299 PRESS CLUB DORRIS FASSETT PSI CHI Psi Chi began in 1988 as the psychology club and has been active ever since. It was organized tor the advancement ot interest in psychology in this school. Out-of-town speakers have been invited here to give their views of their own professions. The club has taken trips to many places of interest, including a trip to New York. Other places closer to home have been visited during the War, such as the hospital at Terrell and the home for delinquent girls at Gainesville. Projects have been undertaken toward the improvement of personality. Topics of general interest have been discussed at the meetings and the club has sponsored lecturers from out-of-town who have spoken to the student body. Psi Chi is sponsored by Dr. Merl E. Bonney. Officers for the year were Dorris Fassett, president, Ruth Parks, vice-presi- dent: lean Cunningham, secretaryg Iohnnye Cope, reporter. Members are Albert Bartley, lack Bishop, Lou Ella Branton, Herman Burleson, Mary Ann Chandler, Boswell Clark, Iolinnye Cope, lean Cunning- ham, Iane Duren, Dorris Fassett, Frances Gibbons, Iames Hatcher, Clydene l-loke, Anita lohnson, Nancy Levi, Horace Mahan, Martha Mays, Ruth McKay, james McNeese, Leona Merrill, Tom Pace, Ruth Parks, Catherine Pittser, Alice Bell Rice, Billye Roberts, Martha Thomas, Dale Weems, Ioe Young. 0 Back row: Levi, Cope, McKay, Branton, Burleson, Weems, Gibbons, Young, Bishop. 0 Second row: Pittser, Merrill, Hake, Duren, Johnson, Mays, Marshall, Bonney. 0 Front row: Mahan, Rice, Cunningham, Fassett, Parks, Roberts, Bartley. F! r" 1I S B-7 9 O First row: Matsler, Busey, Wood, Welch, Downing, Campbell, Thompson, Baker, Storey. 0 Second row: Boles, Gray, Cole, Holloway, Alexander, Tunnell, Liles, Kennard, Hendrick, Hawley. 0 Third row: Stiff, Broadfoot, Dunham, Doss, Mulkey, Blankenship, Turney, lohnson, Trippet, Williams, Parks, Herrington. The high points of a Quintilian year are social activities Q U I N T I L I A N such as an annual fall reception in honor of new members, a spring picnic to pay tribute to the outgoing members, and a Christmas party. I C L U B The aim of the Quintilian Club is to promote speech activi- ties, particularly through student efforts. From time to time, how- ever, notable speakers are brought before the group. The Quintilians were organized in 1933 under the guidance of Mrs. Clive M. Johnson and the club takes its name from Quin- tilian, a famous speaker of the First Century, A. D., who is regarded as our first modern speech teacher. The officers for the entire year were Jessie Alexander, presiclentg Dawn l-lawley, vice-president: Gean Storey, secretaryp and the membership included Jessie Alexander, Virginia Baker, Loretha Blankenship, Martha Boles, Neil Bass, Deane Branson, Alice Bristley, Gene Broadfoot, Bob Brock. Charlene Burleson, Gloria Busey, Dell Campbell, Marguerite Clark, I-l. L. Cochran, Martha Cole, Maxine Doss, Carolyn Davis, Bernice Douglas, Jean Downing, Mary Lee Dunham, Betty George, Virginia Gilley, Betty Gough, Dorcas Gray, Mary Hall, Jeanne Holloway, Dawn Hawley, Alice l-learne, Ola Marie Hendrick, Beulah Herrington, Bill Jones, Magnolia Jones, Clara Jowell, Marguerite Kennard, Alice King, Gaye Lidia, Wanda Liles, Barbara Marshall, Janice Martin, Nola Faye Martin, Lorraine Matsler, La Verne Mayfield, Johnnie McCurrin, Helen McDonald, Bill Mead, Marion Meads, Jo Mooney, Gwenclel Mulkey, Charlene Moore, Jeanne Morris, Mentora Nowlin, Keith Parks, Mary Lynn Patterson, Nelda Parks, Peggy Pemberton, Jo Ramsey, Olga Read, Rose Marie Royal, Marion Sasse, Sara Alice Scott, Martha Io Smith, Louise Standefer, Gean Storey, Betty Sumner, Sunell Sutherland, Delores Tate, Irma Tatum, Janie Teipel, Dana Lynn Thompson, La Vern Timberlake, Patricia Trippett, Letha Fern Tunnell, Beulah Turney, Myra Jean Vxleblo, Marie W'elsh, Herbert White, Maxine Wil- liams, Neva Williains, lanell Wood, Marilyn Yarrell, Zelwanda Hendrick, Frank Thomas, Charlene Johnson, Pat Fitz-Patrick, Estelle McCoy, Carolyn Barns, Hazel Randolph, Jimmie Lou Sargent, Dorothy Clark, Lloyd Curlee, Russ Connor. ' 301 JESSIE ALEXANDER -1- -E+ NAOMI CARRINGTON SENIOR CURRENT LITERATURE CLUB Founded in 1909, and dedicated to a study of modern life as it is interpreted through past and current literature, is the Current Literature Club. This club is one of the oldest and most honored clubs on the campus. The theme of literature and the teas are highlights of the club. Those students whose social qualities make them genial and functioning mem- bers of the group are invited to become members of the club. Sponsors of the Senior Current Literature Club are Miss Anna Alford and Miss Dorris Fassett. Officers for both semesters were Naomi Carring- ton, president, Mary Frances Strader, vice-president, Lila Lee Grimes, secretary: Mrs. Bonnie Honeycutt, treasurer, Wanda Kellar, reporter. Members are Iessie Alexander, Betty Alford, Ioyce Arnold, Billie Babb, Marette Boney, Arleta Bowles, Carolyn Branham, Lina Briggs, Maudie Brown, Emma Calvit, Naomi Carrington, Ann Claunch, Carolyn Davis, Leona Davis, Vesta Lee Davis, lean Derrick, Billie Duncan, lane Duren, Marcia Erickson, Anna O Back row: Meador, Stevens, Stuart, Iowell, Taylor, Davis, Arnold, Davis, Smith, Alford, Davis. 0 Second row: Calviti, Quast, Lowrimore, Robertson, Babb, Kellar, O'Conner, Seat. 0 Front row: McClellan, Branham, Hays, Claunch, Brown, Morris, Myatt, Sammons. f 5 rr :Z t t I l 1 - 1 H l 1 . 1 . 3 . I 1 ' . i 0 Back row: Lumpkin, Holland, Calvit, Iohnson, Mattison, Mayes, Mayfield, Meador, McKay, Taylor, Sheffield, Sheffield, Sumner. 0 Second row: Medlin, Lam, Wion, Honeycutt, Holt, Brown, Duncan, Alford, Gentry. 0 Front row: Derrick, Kellar, Newsome, Alford, Martin, Holt, Bowles. Lee Foster, Elizabeth Gentry, Lila Lee Grimes, Mrs. Elva Gilbert, lean Halloway, Ioyce Haznmack, Pat Harrison, Dawn Hawley, Rosa Ann Hays, lane Hol- N R R R E N T land Flowayne Holt Mrs Bonnie I-loneycutt Gladys Hudfims. A A ' LITERATURE CLUB Mrs. Viola leske, Anita lohnson, Gloria lohnson, El Damavis Iones, Betty Iowell, La Verne Keahy, Wanda Kellar, Lois Anne Lam, Lois Lowrimore, Mary Lumpkin, Maurene Martin, Marjorie Mattison, Martha Mayes, Dorothy Mayfield, Earnestine Mea- clor, Rozelle Meador, Frances Medlin, Leona Merrill, Billie lean Miller, Ruth Morris, Kathryne Myatt, Loraine McClelland, Ruth McKay, Frankie Newsome, Catherine O'Conner, Eloise Oliver, Ruth Parks, Sanqsier Parrott, Mariellen Pepper, Earnestine Quast, lean Reid, Gwen Robertson, Ruth Seat, lean Shef- field, Katye Sheffield, Virginia Stevens, Fayrene Sammons, lean Smith, Betty Sumner, Catherine Stuart, Bennye Taylor, Outta Taylor, La Verne Tim- berlake, Geraldine Wheeler, Dot Wilson. 303 MISS ANNA ALFORD 'Q 'tl fri fr' if . ir. ,i 3' , LA .l s ff , A ,. -25 '-575 . ' 61,5 ---- , , " . ,., .i i-f., 1 it L ' ,,,. ll" Q If ll Q . -- " i A 1 l S. 3.2 L- 4 VELMA BRAGG SENIOR MARY ARDEN CLUB . The Senior Mary Arden Club was organized in 1902. lt is one of the oldest campus organizations and the only one which owns its clubhouse, the Mary Arden Lodge. Sponsors are Miss Virginia Haile and Miss Oneita Hildebrand. Officers are Velma Bragg, presidenty Yvonne Mclvlurray, Vice- presidenty Betty Cross, secretaryg tirst semesterp and Anna McClellan, secretary, second semester. The Mary Arden Club has for its purpose the promotion of the intellectual and social development ot the members. The membership is limited to one hundred. The study topic in the current yearbook is "Lit- erature ccnd Life." Faculty members, outside speak- ers, and club members are on the programs. The social calendar includes a sponsor's reception, pledge teas, morning coffees, and a Christmas tete at Marquis Hall. 1 Members are Bo Allen, Betty Antoine, Lyndall Armistead, Alice Baker, Imogene Bogard, Winiired Bohme, Patricia Bottoms, Rosemary Bradley, Doras Bragg, Velma Bragg, Ina Brickell, Lou Brock, Mari- lyn Brooks, Martha Brown, Alla Deen Carlile, Yvonne Carroll, Sybil Chambers, Io Ann Clark, Dorothy O Back row: Bottoms, Chambers, Royall, Fowler, Kunkle, Garrett, Preston, Price, Riley, Howsley, Sims, Reagan, Thiele, Lassiter, Hildebrand 0 Third row: Haynie, Stanford, lones, Bradley, Nevins, Brown, Tate, Stricklin, Bay, Lovejoy, Cowan, West. 0 Second row: Brooks, Antoine, Allen, Ienkins, Brock, Derrick, Shively, Antoine, Wion, Wood, Hibbler. O Front row: Brickell, McClellan, Milholland, Bragg, Ewing, Carlile, Bragg, Marshall, Penry. I ggi i I Back row: Frost, Couch, Bohme, Hearn, Carroll, Bogard, Taylor, McMurray, Tornkins, Hooten, Young, Looney, Clark, Haile. 0 Second row: Welch, Tullos, Duff, Underwood, 1-lester, Timrnis, Hopkins, Backer, Harper, Sandlin, Yarrell, Lanford. 0 Front row: Cooper, Cross, Martin, Pullen, Buble, Mudd, Mudd, Tatum, Taylor, Rice. Cook, Bessye George Cooper, Billie Couch, Marga- ret Cowan, Betty Cross, Nell Cunningham, lean Derrick, Virginia Doggett, Gwen Duff, Betty Duncan, Martelia Ewing, Martha Fisher, Mary Friend, Bar- bara Frost, Louise Garrett, Sally Gentle, lean Gib- son, lean Harper, Marjorie Haynie, Alice Hearn, Helen Hester, Reuline Hibler, Ioy Hooten, Mary E. Hopkins, Annelia Howsley, Frances Ienkins, Mari- vonne lones, Martha Kunkle, Martha Io Lantord, Mary Io Lassiter, Mary Edith Looney, Patsy Love- joy, Barbara Marshall, Maurine Martin, Anna Mc- Clellan, Yvonne McMurray, Sherry Milholland, Mar- guerite Milke, Alice Morris, Doris Mudd, Dorothy Mudd, Anne Nevins, Betty Penry, Martha Preston, Billie Ruth Price, lane Pullen, Shirley Ray, Laura Reagan, Marilyn Bice, Margaret Riley, Rose Marie Ptoyall, Bertha Ann Buble, Gwynn Sandlin, Martha Shively, Billie Sims, Dorothy Stanford, Polly Stricklin, Iohnnie Tate, Irma Tatum, Anna Taylor, Martha Nell Taylor, Wilma Thiele, Gretchen Tirnrnis, Kathryn Tompkins, Winona Tullos, Veda Underwood, Doro- thy Welch, Ruth West, Betty Wilder, Betty Wion, Ianell Wood, Marilyn Yarrell, and Irma Lois Young. 305 SENIOR MARY ARDEN CLUB MISS VIRGINIA HAILE WILMA THIELE SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Organized at North Texas in May oi 1941, Iota Theta chap- ter of Sigma Alpha Iota, national professional fraternity for women in the field of music, has established a reputation as one of the most active organizations on the campus. Its mem- bers must possess a high quality ot general musicianship and must be capable of professional performances. Activities during the year included numerous musicales, a Province Parley which was held in Oklahoma City during February, and, as a culmination oi the year's activities, the annual breakfast honoring senior members and alumnae of Iota Theta chapter. Officers for the year were Wilma Thiele, president, Shirley Grear, vice-presidentg Varina Powell, secretaryg Rowena Tur- ney, treasurerp Mary Frances Parker, chaplain. Mrs. Wilfred C. Bain is sponsor. Pledges for the fall semester were Rosemary Bruce, Bessie Harris, Arline Iungbecker, Marjorie Martin, Patsy McConnell, Mary Evelyn Nease, Virginia Parkhill, and Claryce Yeager. Members are lane Bragg, Dortha Braxton, Caroline Brown, Zelva Brown, Carol DeVVitt, Helen Finnell, Mary Ann Frank, Shirley Grear, 'Thelma Harris, Anna Harriet I-leyer, Esther Stephens Kerr, Clara Beth Lynn, Louise McLane, Betty Ann Meadows, leanette Middleton, Iewel Mullins, Mary Frances Parker, Mary Aileen Perry, Varina Powell, Ethelston Provence, Louise Bernat, Martha Shively, Jean Smith, Mary Margaret Smith, Joyce Ann Terry, Wilma Thiele, Rowena Turney, Ruth Margaret Walters, and Anne Weeks. 0 Back row: Terry, Brown, Finnell, Mullins, Meadows, Brown, Iungbecker, Turney, Harris, Braxton, Walters, Harris. 0 Third row: Weeks, Perry, McClain, McConnell. 0 Second row: Middleton, Powell, Smith, Thiele, Grear, Kerr. 0 Front row: Martin, Parkhill, Smith, Neece, Yeager, Lynn. F i. r tl. J i 1 r -nan 0 Back row: Dutton, Donnelley, Collins, lackson, Anderson, Fieszell, McGinnis, Gerding. 0 Second row: McMahan, Fulwiler, Parks, Erickson, Burton, McKay. 0 Front row: Milke, Curlile, Goodhart, Cope, Bryant. The Alpha Pi Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi on the North Texas campus was for several years non-functional. ln October of l945 a group of Spanish majors decided to become again a functional part of the national organization: and to this end Dr. Henry Dannelley, Mrs. Bryce Wilkins, and Miss Virginia Calloway formally installed the officers Whom the members of the re-born fraternity had chosen. To date, only business meetings have been held, with the exception of one meeting held before Christmas. At this time an interesting program was presented-it included a book report given in Spanish, followed by the breaking of the pinata, which is one of Mexico's Christmas customs. Dr. Henry Dannelley and Miss Virginia Calloway are spon- sors., Officers are Daniel Torres, president: Claire Bryant, vice- presidentg Iohnelle Fieszel, secretary: Marguerite Milke, re- porter. Members are Charles Allard, Katherine Anderson, Claire Bryant, Helen Burton, Alla Deen Carlile, Betty Ruth Collins, Iohnnye Cope, George Dutton, Marcia Erickson, Iohnelle Fies- zel, Emma Lee Fulwiler, I. L. Gerding, Beverly Goodhart, Dorothy Jackson, Mrs. Helen McGinnis, Ruth McKay, Buby Nell Mclvlahan, Marguerite Milke, Mary Alice Morgan, Ruth Parks, and Daniel Torres. 307 SIGMA DELTA PI -.r '52 p If J, I , 'tt GLADYS I-IUDGINS Pi Phi Beta offers to science majors with the required scho- lastic background an opportunity to further their professional knowledge and promote fellowship with students of a common interest. The society was organized in the fall semester and is now in the usual year's probationary period prior to becoming affi- liated with Beta Beta Beta, a national honorary society in science. Programs for the year have included lectures by eminent scientists, a field trip to Galveston during the spring holidays, a formal initiation banquet in April, and various social enter- tainments. Officers were Gladys I-ludgins, president, Martha Mayes vice-president: Anita lohnson, secretary, Virginia Doggett, treasurer. Sponsors are Drs. Ola lohnston, I. Legett, I. B. Mc- Bryde, C. l... Schloerner, and I. K. G. Silvey. Charter members are lean Cunningham, Virginia Doggett, Nolen Geddie, Gladys Hudgins, Ernest Bay Hudspeth, Anita Johnson, Martha Mayes, Lewis Ieane McKee, Ruth Morris, Bach-ell Norman, Ruth Parks, Dorothy Rein, and Doris Sanders. O Back row: Geddie, McKee, Norman, Iohnson, Hudspeth, Saunders, Schloemer. 0 Front row: Doggett, Hudgins, Parks, Cunningham, Morris, Mayes, Bishop. 1 .T.. -JI' ii' 14319 .- ,Qc if 5. f Eos 0 Standing, left to right: Mandeville, Teipel, Cotton, Parks, Hawley, Holloway. 0 Seated, left to right: Mahan, Clark, Iohnson, Crawford, Wood. Members of the Debate Club think it worthwhile to par- ticipate in public discussion and to be well informed and capa- ble of intelligent expression on current subjects. At the first tournament attended by the debate team, in Cklahoma, the first and second places won by the lunior and Senior teams brought victory to North Texas. At the second tournament, held in Arkansas, North Texas rated high over teams from several states, with second place. First place was won by the team in Louisiana, by a great majority of points. The Debate Club is sponsored by Mrs. Olive M. 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"1 ,SQ sing: W V 3F'3'f"ZE'f.'-Hi.: 'fQ'11.: l 'Iliff' 1 '5PS-LNQRQ ' Vx 2 V V "U hs. 5: -nr x TFP' V MVN ,mfg . .xg ,.-We MX' The Steak House Denton residents and travelers alike enjoy the 'tasty meals served in the home-like atmosphere- ot the Pine Boom at the STEAK HOUSE. Courteous waiters give quick service in the air-conditioned Pine Boom. The Steak House The STEAK HOUSE is located at 514 South Locust Street, and is open every day except Wednesday from 9 cr. rn. until 9 p. rn. lt is famous for its fine steaks, and the finest in tine foods. First State Bank A North Texas State faculty member who holds a position in the Fmsfr STATE BANK is shown in the picture with other executives. Seated., left to right, Dr. S. A. Blackburn, director ot the bank, and director of the industrial arts depart- ment at North Texas State College, Mr. R. W. Bass, vice-presidenty Mr. Len Henderson, cashierg Mr. W. C. Orr, president ot the bank. se A First State Bank Situated on the southeast corner of the court square, the FIRST STATE BANK stands ready to serve North Texas State students and faculty members as well as townspeople ot Denton. The bank is a member of the Federal Deposit lnsur- ance Corporation, and is the college depository. 312 College Cafe The only place on the campus with complete cafe service, the College Cafe has regularly served both students and faculty for many years. From a com- plete dinner to a cup of coffee, the Col- lege Cafe is a place where everyone likes to go., Coca-Cola The pause that refreshes twherever it can loe ioundl is the eternally popular drink at home and at school, Between and after classes, the familiar cry at the college corner is "Have any cakes?" The Southern Hotel Although a bit crowded during the war, the roomy, comfortable Southern Hotel will always give the best they have for visiting friends and parents of students at North Texas. The spacious dining room of the Southern Hotel is noted for its delicious "Southern-fried" chicken dinners. It is an ideal place to bring visiting guests, both for hotel accommodations and for special dinners. 313 Mutt's Vanity Shoppe The beautiful ensembles in the pic- ture at the left are only one of the Van- ity Shoppe's window features, which hint of the fine things in stock inside for the lady shopper. One of Denton's elite places of business, the Vanity Shoppe has an excellent stock of street clothes, and one of the most complete Millinery departments in town. Mutt's Vanity Shoppe In the picture at the left, the Vanity Shoppes evening styles are shown to their best advantage in the show win- dow. Not only does the shop have finest in formal dress, but also features sun- dry small itenrns such as lingerie, novel- ties, handbags, and shoes. Clad in ultra- Inodern finish, the shop proper lives up to its reputation of being the best for milady' s tastes. 3 14 J. C. Penney Company A place where one can always find bargains in all kinds of dry goods is the I. C. Penney Company. Located on the south side of the square, "Penney's" is always happy to serve students and faculty ot North Texas State. Brownbilt Shoe Store Bobby Woodall is one of the many N.T. students who find real shoe values as well as courteous service at the Brownbilt Shoe Store. Drop in any time and look over their wide assortment of sport and dress shoes for the coming spring and summer. The Grill The Grill is located just a block from the square on W. Hickory. One can al- ways tind good food at reasonable prices at the Grill, and they are always glad to serve students from North Texas. The Boston Store The Boston Store, on the northeast corner of the square, has long and ably served the students at North Texas. Be- fore you buy the new spring outfit, come by the Boston Store and see their styles. 315 Mode La Mode shop on the south side of the court square is the favorite shop- ping place of many collegiates. Modern in exterior design, the shop caters to those who want the best in wearing apparel. , Mode Modernistic also in interior design, La Mode has complete stocks of shoes, and 'ladies' ready-to-wear. Everything for the lady from complete ensembles to the smallest costume jewelry is shown in the shop's showcases. Mode The Deakin twins select a spring dress from the varied and stylish stock of the dress department. Built of hard- wood, the dress department is one ot the most stylish of the store's many features. M o cl C Grayce Turner selects a new pair of shoes in La Mode. Iohn Simmons as- sists a lady at the handbag counter. Another feature ot the store is the cour' teous service given to all customers. 316 Eagle Drug Store The "crowd" always seems to find its way over to the Eagle for between- class cokes and evening snacks. The reason: the people at the Eagle are al- ways eager to serve students at North Texas. Voertinatfs College Store Boasting a wide variety of books, both fiction and technical, Voertmarfs will help you with any book problem that may arise-including special or- ders lor hard-to-get books. Come by and browse around in the second floor book shop. The Nook The secret of The Nook's success is simple: good food and low prices. A fine place to come for delicious harn- burgers. The orily place on the corner to stay open "late." ones Cleaners They'll press your pockets-but not rob them. Reasonable prices and neat, efficient work have made Iones Clean- ers the most popular tailor shop on the campus. 317 Russell's Russell's Department Store, located on the Southwest corner of the square, has long been a stand-by of students at North Texas. Having a large selec- tion ot men's and wornen's ready-to- Wear, Russell's can supply the needs for the smartest attire. Come by and see the attractive window displays for clothes that are always in vogue. ussc:ll's In the shoe department, Glen Cox seems to be selling some of Russell's smart shoes to a young co-ed. Even- tually everyone comes to Russell's-- because they know that clothes from Russell's mean a good appearance. Russell's carries a large line of lov- ely and attractive gifts, too. The next time a special day to remember rolls around, don't forget to save yourself time and money by shopping first at Bussell's. 318 usscll's The dress shop on the mezzanine is popular with most co-eds because it is a place where they are always assured of finding the latest in collegiate styles. usscll's Everyone always feels as good as they look. And its always easy to look your best when dressed in Russell's smart college shop. They carry a com- plete line of clothes designed to make your ensemble look chic. ussci-ll's A frequent check-up at the college shop at Russell's is an assurance that you can always be in style. Prompt, courteous service is the keynote at Rus- sell's, too. lussc:ll's Downstairs, in the shoe department, you find everything from rnoccasins and ballets to the most sophisticated eve- ning slipper. For everything in fancy footwear, see Russell's. 319 ,,, ...bi-4. ash's 5 and 10 Carrying a complete variety of 5 and 10 supplies, Nash's, on the college cor- ner, is handy for students at North Texas. Soap, candy bars, vases, or needles, you can find what you're look- ing for at Nash's. Fostcfs Flowers ll For all of those special occasions when flowers are on the program, Lela Foster can be depended upon to find the best. Of "Thank you, Lela Foster, for the lovely butonniersf' tame, Lela Poster always supplies the best in North Texas floral needs. Cy Pig The place of "Suzy-Q Burgers" fame, the Pig Stand has always catered to students of the colleges. For some of those late snacks, drop by the Pig Stand for a really good meal. Dixie Trailways Always most popular around holi- days, the Dixie Trailways serves stu- dents to all points. In spite of the crowded war-time conditions, there has always been a bus running to and from the Trailways station. 320 Theatre Row The place where all students remem- ber that a little relaxation means ct bet- ter time in school. Theatre Row-Where happiness costs so little-makes a ma- terial contribution to the lite of students and faculty alike. The next time the studies are qoinq a little hard-relax- on Theatre Row. Theatre Row This is the proposed new theatre which Texas Interstate Theatre Corp- oration plans to build because of the college expansion and in appreciation of the business given to them by college students, Dixie Cab Compan Dixie Cab Company is conveniently located at the Dixie Trailways Bus De- pot and stands ready twenty-four hours a day to serve students ot the North Texas State College. Satety-Courtesy- Service is the motto ot the Dixie Cab Company. Dixie Cab Compan The telephone number at Dixie Cab is 45, and a call to this number will al- ways assure one ot prompt taxi service. When you're in a hurry or on bad days, give a ring to Dixie Cabs. 321 ....""' Burcharcls Studio Before you is another example of the fine photography which is always turned out at Burchard's. Burchard's always takes care to make their pic- tures right. That's Why any Burchard portrait is a good portrait. Burchards Studio Frank Burchard Cpictured leftl always takes his own pictures and this year had the enormous job of taking all the class pictures for the 1946 YUCCA. The rnan who asks for that smile, Mr. Bur- chard has turned in the best class pic- tures ever. Burchard's Studio lust coming out of the developer is a picture of the Swingtet, the North Texas born organization that went to national tame. Burchard's Studio made the publicity pictures for the group that now sing with Vaughn Monroe. Burchard's Studio A N.T. student comes by to look over the proofs of her picture. Burchard's turned out around 1200 class pictures for the 1946 YUCCA and even a casual glance through the class section con- vinces us that they did a good job. 322 Hamilton's Drug With a complete line ot drug, foun- tain and pharmaceuticals, Hamilton's has always been happy to serve the people at North Texas. There is a rea- son why the crowds always gather at I-Iamilton's. Pendefs College Store Right across the street from Marquis and Terrill, Pender's supplies the needs of many college students everyday. Carrying cold drinks and stationery supplies, Pender's Store is a popular rendezvous with the students. Pender's carries music supplies and college class rings. Duke 6 Ayres Located on the south side of the square, Duke and Ayres is a complete variety store. They have served many North Texas students and are always happy to do so. Try Duke and Ayres for your needs next time. Varsity Bowling Alley Taking time off from strenuous stud- ies, the Varsity Alley is a place to find recreation. Open every evening, the Varsity Alley invites you to come in and "Bowl for health-and for fun." 323 M1ller's Grill Morning, noon, and night, there is always a crowd in Mille-r's Grill. One of the main reasons for the popularity of Miller's is the delicious pie which can always be found there. Come in for a snack or a meal. Shradcfs Drug Store Located on the west side of square, Shrader's is a swell place for drinks before and after the theatre. Come in also for a complete line of drugs or for fine prescription service. Burr's Store Burr's Store is on the south side of the square. For many years it has serv- ed Denton and North Texas. Carrying a large line of piece goods and ready- to-wear, Burr's will be happy to serve you in any way they can. 1mmie's Sandwich Village The talk around North Texas assures us that Iirnrnie's is the best place to eat in town. For a special date, out-of-town guests, or just when you want good food, come in to Iirnrnie's. P. S.-They have strawberry short-cake all year around. 324 DR. M. P WELLS 6 Puiolgiziijiiilrs golfiljcil NORTH TEXAS STATE COLLEGE utr JAMES H. GOODE, IR. Editor-in-Chief 'k I. D. HALL, IR. Faculty Manager -A' IAMES MCNEESE Associate Editor 'A' GEORGE ROBERTSON Associate Editor ir ALBERT BARTLEY Photoqrapher 'k HORACE MAHAN Photographer 'A' JACKIE BREWER Class Editor ir TEETA MCNEESE Copy Editor ir LEROY BROCK Layout Editor 1k HARRY PARKS Sports Editor 'A' AILENE REEVES Business Manager i' DENTON, TEXAS In Appreciation We wish to express our deepest gratitude to the following people for their Kindness and cooperation in helping the staff of the 1946 Yucca: Frank Burchard, Burchard's Studio in helping to turn out the class section, Mr. J. W. tBillD Murphee and Mr. Jess Harwell, Southwestern Engraving Go., for their care in supervising the engraving, Mr. Jack Harper, Harper-Standard, for his attention to the engraving section, Mr. Keil Sterling, American Beauty Cover Company, for solving our cover difficulties, Mr. J. P. Harrison and Mr. James Raley, Texas Interstate' Theatres, who made possible the presentation and selection of the cover-girl, Mr. A. B. Eisenlohr, The Dorsey Co., for helping in solving our printing problems, Mr. J. D. Hall, Jr., for his excellent advice and his long hours in the dark room and the many hours behind a speed graphic camera, Mr. Max Flake, for his excellent photography on the cover and the favorite section, to a former Yucca editor, Dr. Sam MoAlister, and all other teachers who had Yucca staff members in their classes this year, President McConnell, his administrative cooperation, Dean Imogene Bentley, for her advice based on her experience in editing two college annuals when she was in school, Lila Grubbs and Jimmie Thompson, for their help in reading copy and printing pictures. To Dr. M. P. Wells, for fighting our trying battles with us. To Mr. J. N. Brown, who came to our rescue when all other means of transportation had failed. The S taff 325 Autographs Autographs Z?-!S?N 5 gf aw -n fb. -U.-Z S Q fb 'SE 'fl -Q jl qi- aiu- .2.L+ S 4.751 W -NUDE +-if :E as hsrg. I I If-5 -- ...g ,bfi 29117 -- .... 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