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

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ll IIC ci published by students of north texas state :z-. 1' TIME .... LeIl0Y llll0CK,Editor TOMMY BRITE, PAUL B. IIACKETT, PAUL 'MABANTO, Associate Editors J. D. HALL, JR., Sponsor American Beauty Cover Company ,o The Dorsey Company o Southwestern Engraving Company o Max oi Photo Associates o Michael Studios , ,aww-. Q -.,.-f . ,-':""'H' ,,,- --- -0' - :L-- -- W.. EE ' Qmsr' Mi, V q .....,-.y W- , MQ-'25 I , H fi, ' 'U ,LN , , wifes: --A J- -- af S: ,,..-.-f v - 4' ,, ,M -QE xr AA. ,DM , 1, ' " af- -A -wars? ,-55, A,- Fiaissg . 4-if ' ' Q21-L-' "", U of as came and each of as played a part in making it a great north texas year l X. , ,, iw, ,y - ,.., W W ,,. W . -. 'jz-4' - .' ' ' . ' M ' L 3?--"' jwfgif- X . . ,. , , 1. ,, -V V .,, -fra' if ut f pw' - ,wif G? W X X W r " Hr- " . Y WW W ' Visa: W . WSZWQW WW' W W Q . 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My 1 .K CITIZEN 1 X- ADMINISTRATOR sPoRTsMAN ed1'c'a!1'0n FORTUNATE INDEED is the college whose president is a man of wisdom and foresight with the vision to dream dreams and the ability to make them real. Therefore it seems fitting that the YUCCA be dedicated in this particular year to William joseph McConnell, whose career at North Texas State so well bears witness to the truth of Emerson's belief that every noble institution is the lengthening shadow of a great man. :ix 35- , Qi P I TM 'Vx in XKGALAK-S,X CCC? 0 0 n t e n t s O activities Features . . . Whos Who . . . Publications . . Stage . . . . Personalities . . O sports Football . Basketball . Track . . . Minor Sports . O classes Fields of Study . . Administration . . Class Officers ..... Graduate School ..... College of Arts and Sciences . . School of Business .... School of Education . . . School of Home Economics . School of Music .... Sophomores . . Freshmen .... O organizations Sororities .... Fraternities ..... Councils and Committees . Honoraries ..... . Campus Clubs . . . Page 22 68 76 82 96 114 130 157 145 154 166 175 178 182 199 215 228 231 236 256 286 296 310 317 354 X .X 5 M 2: G! .519 Q ll' x ,--' f 1 Ewa' C . inf: - ' wi .. , .,.,.....,.--s 'X -,,,,,-,---0 2' 1' -'N p V 71",--fb-.Y'1 Q 5' ' , + Y' Y I L LK V N .Q . ,.f LA. , . xxx E -1:11, - 41 J 5, B , 5 Q 4 lm ! . .R wil Y I dy . - 'I X -, A. V I 1' ,F N rapid- ' L-A F., E Llgglj .ik , . ' ' '- 'iv A , x '55 - --f N 4- -' , " - 4 . ,- 's ? ' " , A- 1 J E' . "4 -Alqrfth nl 7 1 -N gif -" 'Vx x - 3 Q in" Y' T , ' ' ' J ' ' ' -- . -. Vw ' rg , 01' -' H-, m' - w nf-1 - x . 5 Q M i L 'ln' -.,x,- ,,-'I , - A-', JE 1 - i I .Exp ksvajax-,,-xx 15. 5 ',, A Tx.f,,,B.Ev1 3 . X -X, X ,.- 4, ' A-Y Wuxi 'Xin 1 1 . .N ' r r 1 w I 'I' ,t,Q3ai,.N ' f, f f fb? ,X I I NEAL -V - G- fx X if G 4.14 I'L 'g f PM Y K G UN , x f x Q ,f5g.2a..m5r:xN?!? 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They spring from the classmerfs gregarious instincts for organization and flourish in the sphere of fellowship, often in the idealogy of social nec- essity. And there are many more...sports, in- tercollegiate competition, line arts, movies, lake parties, dances...and jaunts to Big D. These and other activities are essentially collegiate and peculiarly North Texas. They are expedi- ent...they are the well-remembered events of college years. d C!1'V171es. . . Some awakemng flewcer are mgenzozu ff, U ,fyeyf D0 you wdmm .rpm me?" Ola Ive got lair of tzme S1900 f" b l ll Monday is traditionally blue--whether on the campus or off. It signals villainously the end of a week-end's pleasures and relaxa- tion. The weary college male awakens with awesome reluctance . . . to face the most dif- ficult task of the day-getting up. Then there is the frenzied split-second rush to corn- plete his toilet. ..followed by an equally devastating dash to gulp Corner coffee be- fore class drudgery begins. In the latter respect Monday is not unlike the other days. But Monday also opens up new prospects for leisure hours. . .the hours spent in care- less abandon where, more than likely, a pretty girl is an indispensable accessory. Giving the birczzpidx the brzula-off. r 3 . W, A 5 1 w I i 1 x if 4 Y, Q' if N2 A42 S. f X lv' I -M tuesday . another fresh leaf in a eoedfs book of weekly work and play Waiting for the Goore to come itz. One -metloocl of locomotion. . . classes TTS . . . but I couldn't go home until Saturday noon.. .after- noon class? . . . sit through those hour and a half courses.. .no other time? . . . guess I'll have to change my major." These are the typical arguments heard in the registration line every semester, but this lucky girl has managed to keep her day free for study and all of the other many little things that confront a typical coed. Morning bath Cleisurely, toob ...the walk to the P.O .... bull sessions . . . trip to town for the necessities . . .date for dancing.. .and then the after-hours studying. .bat what would Dr. Hamilton Jay?" At 6l91!67Z...'lUb61Z rtacly begim in earnest A71 early breakfast rtartr a bury day. A daily tafk...lozmli1zg Junior of to school. wednesdag...me normal For the college family man there is no average dag but every dag is new anal fresh . . . and stimulating. Etfer-present chow liner are well-remembered. Circumstance has made the family man a familiar fig- ure on the American collegiate scene. Like thousands of others he has come back to pick up the threads of education shattered by world-shaking events. He is now as much a part of campus life as the beanied freshman or the stodgy English professor. Older-wiser, he has brought to the campus a needed maturity, a singleness of purpose that serves as an idyllic state of mind for others to imitate. The added responsibilities of a family, a limited in- come, and numerous extracurricular duties bear heavily on ". Ham! when I war a kid. . ." An average day in the life of a college athlete is far from normal in comparison to that of his less- active brethren. In most respects he is like the rest of his species. He has the same emotions, the same likes and dislikes...and the same outlook on the collegiate social function. But the strenuous training pace he maintains, the peak of condition in which he must keep himself sets him apart as a sort of muscled superior being. Studies...horseplay...dates ...sociability...are all in his framework of college I activity. Yet, his rugged specialty makes every day another period of training for the big game. thursday . . a typical day in the life of a college athlete is ragged and well-rounded UPPER LEFT: N 0 rex! from the p-mazkfterr. CENTER LEFT: H ometotwz vzewrpaper if eagerly read. LOWER LEFT: ". . . :md there I 'zum at 6 feet ...ami 120 97Zgi7Z8.l'.U LOWER RIGHT: Wit! and wirecmckr at tea lime. V as F N w ill Wi, fb' 145' W fi ,x,'n, Q, , 'J .335 ,: ' ' W7 -lf 'n he .-: - ,S 'l-w -5 'yiy E - "" G7 ' ,' XX 1, , ' .mu L as IV IE- 1,4-1+ Ai ikag, . , LQ M.. ' 1 N 5,- Q f 5 V ' 'N 1 ,AQ ' . fl, IL' , iff 1' f' ' 'ff uq. Y ' " 'ff' A A 7 ,M ' H 'K A V' ,,:: 1 V Q, 3 ,-Efff fj' 1' j ' I - 3 .A ,w, gg f :" i Taxa eos K x 'eiisew ' S'vr.'W M The milky way to beauty . .. ...anal elbow greaxe for appearance. J , ' 1,..'1! , bfisfl, ffl? 4:1 4 w '1 -' " "'x,w ' -f Clan in an arty woflzl... ...anal coke clatef for relaxation. f ' ll One nzmt eat-and pay. ". . . or would yon rather eat .rometbing Jweet?" . . a week 's end near LEFT Fmmal gem' getr last mzfzule adyzlrtment RIFI-IT Boyfrzend awzver 04 er emn of cifmcmg The week's work fades as plans for the holula and hours of play begun A college coed's normal routine varies little during a week crowded with events soon taken as a matter of course. The little things-personal needs, shopping, cokes at the Corner, companionship-they all appear in their proper places of rec- ognition. Studies? Classes? You can't avoid them. They're here to stay. But Friday's passing hours bring anticipation of things of a lighter nature. Week-end preparations for parties, dances, teas, or trips southward are pushed excitedly by both the Greeks and independents. Others merely go home to Mama. Friday is the favorite day for formals. Here the coed finds a favorite Ollt- let for her personal demonstration of charm. Snappy bridge rozmrlr "rapt" for eventful day indoors for a few. . . while others partake of the mor e tedzous pustzme .a..,g.. " N A few prefer the call of the open air- perhaps on the links. Here nineteenth hole palaiver and inside dope on the game are proper topics for discussion. Tramping from hole to hole with 21 wary eye on the little white sphere-lost most of the time-is part of the fun. And finally comes the wind- up of the round . . . a tired but happy Qsome- rimesj feeling of accomplishment. iv! .A ' 71" . ' ,ieiisu 'S u n al u y. . . in ...M .,..., .,,.,....,,.i,, llfbat ii Sunday without the Morning Bugle... the 1zecer.m1'y kitchen chores... for the neglected teacher a day of quiet lneditation and peaceful diversion An average day in the life of a faculty mem- ber is full of work and study-and students' dirty looks, too. But like most humans, she looks forward to the day which is least typi- cal-Sunday. Church bells ring . . . people sleep late.. .it's diiferent. She likes to read the fun- nies, to speculate on a tasty Sunday dinner, to read, to relax. ..and to dream away a whole afternoon in tranquil surroundings. It's differ- ent. . .a visit with friends, an excursion in the park, and numerous other activities that invite the energetic, the tired-or the just plain lazy. ...or appetizifzg home-cooked divmerr? PAGE 54 I 1 f N I l B i Soft carhiom ami friendly chatter in the lounge . .. ...and lot: of pinochle room aprtairr. North Texas' long-awaited dreamhouse-the Memorial Student Union Building-was unveiled this spring, bringing to campusites a new and ultra-modern center of social activity. In lavish surroundings designed with an Old West motif, students can now relax in comfort and style. Spacious lounges, a cafeteria, a game room, snack bar, post olhce, and other facilities are now available to all. The elegant structure was dedicated in April in cere- monies which brought back the memory of North Texans who gave their lives in two world wars. It made 1949 a greater year. And it held forth a promise of continued benefits to those who in future years will call NTSC their college. This modem cafeleria .fewer hungry NTexa1z.r. NTU trophies and awards await dirplay carer. PAGE 36 w,y"'.' VI, 5 I Sf ,a ok h l o The "Howdy" 1'oom...a touch of the Olzl Weil. Mrf. McConnell and Mr. Fnrme-r add flfzifhifzg tozzchex. The fi1'ej7lace.' for cozy gatherivzgy mmf .rweel fzofhivzgf. f WIFE? an enduring Inonlunent to N Texans who flied in two wars it north texnn n when study is forgotten and NTexans head North Texans are avid fans of the cinema. Of this there is little doubt. A movie date or an occasional "es- cape" from the rigors of school and study is a typical diversion which we all sought during 1949. Individ- ually, we spent roughly 72 hours per long term ogling the celluloids and munching popcorn in movie houses along Theater Row. During that time we collectively sat through approximately 360,000 hours of flickers, spending roughly, again, 390,000 of Papa's cash. CCour- tesy YUCCA statistical bureau.j UPPER LEFT: The GOOSE dixcbarger rbofzv-bozmzl NTexa125... LEFT: Thir picture ations to the popnlarity of the flicken... LOWER LEFT: A portion of the crowd clowntown for the Jloow- ing of Shake.rpeare'.r HAMLET . . .BELOW: What would the mower he without the tfzrijff wg -5 . , U yin, I ,, . the movies . .. thoughts of fun return, downtown and for the movies n All the glittering gems as well as the "stinkeroos" of Hollywood were fodder for our entertainment hun- ger. Our tastes varied little from those of other cin- emaddicts but we were undoubtedly there in larger quantities. We came and we sat Cor squirrnedj through the wildest and most implausible "shoot 'em ups." But when better productions like Lawrence Olivier's pro- duction of Hamlet arrived, we became culture vultures. Busy or not we all found time to go to the movies. And we kept an eye on Hollywood for previews of coming attractions. UPPER RIGHT: Have pricey gone dotun or are there rmiler or popcorn . . . RIGHT: "Don'i Jbove! Pmlaff' . . . BELOW: 'Wozfldrt fair maiden plank clown 4141.20 for HAMLET.9 For- merly!" LOWER RIGHT: HAMLET "jim nighrerf' from ll inimit- eye view. Stzaievzt Body Preyidevzt Dick Bmvzebey in closed Jef- . ..a1zd dixcuning legirlative propomlf informally. .rimz with Senate member! . .. the student senate in aetion ealnpns politics were distinguished by the newness of an idea and the initiative of student senators LOWER LEFT: Cloakroom pazter reliever .rexrion temion . . . CEN- TER BELOW: Secretary loner meer nom for SENATE JOURNAL . .. LOWER RIGHT: OH-the-record patter if not zmcommovz. intersororitg stunt night . . . North Texas gal pledges provide legs, lungs, and beauty Y in annual stunt offerings of five Greek groups. Intersorority stunt night was again a welcome dis- play of flashing legs, brilliant costumes and a slightly zaney coed interpretation of campus life. The gals did everything. Delta Chi pledges started the show with another interpretation of Snow White and the Seven Dzmrfx. Then Kappa pledges changed the setting to Flatfoot Holler where mountain dew had the strangest effect. A modern fairy godmother story by the Thetas brought out the evils of college to a couple of Kappa Theta Pi colored gals, Dewey Mae and Dewey Mae Not. Phi Sigma Alpha revived vaudeville with an old Broad- way and Diamond jim twist. The show whistled to a finish as the Zeta Limited chugged across the stage and stopped for a snappy tap routine behind plastic rain- coats and a coed interpretation of Frankie Lane. UPPER LEFT: L'l Loziim Mae fN0rma Barringtonj charmf Flatfoot H ollererf in K appa Jtzmt . . . LEFT: The OCEANA ROLL gen Diamond Li! iiztwprezfrztioiz hy Phi Sight Dot McGehee . . .LOWER LEFT: Behind the .fceizer with excited Joroifity prop girly . . . BELOW: Delta Chi pledges prelenz modem interpretation of SNOW WHITE. X' 1 --I 71 L. X, 4 x ,HQ Q i ik V -.-T Hx, Q, -WWQQQ ' wx 3 Q' , H2 5kfiu"8'iTZ'i?M:TUiwN .R wx ?-'Tf : 5' 'l 5' lf 1 W 1 :r'c 7 V v. :b",,?-- f Bleu U. 4-21. thnrre Staclent Senatorf. Thi! ix what happem to hail li'l clan catterf. the elass out . . the student senate's first big administrative proposal has varied effects and implications Passage of a more liberal class absence bill has brought about a controversial change in the life of most North Texans. When the Student Senate and administrators agreed on . the system last fall, speculation was rife as to the workability of the plan. While ob- servers are still not in complete accord as to the measure's effectiveness, some will agree that it has its good points. Herein are pictured a few of the highlights Cand lowlightsj of the new cut system as it aifected a portion of NT campusites. LEFT: Some people still rim to cla.s'reJ.' Stialent tilt hill haake-rr confer with Dr. Carry of the adminimfatioe committee. "lust how many claire: dial you min?" ' 4 . x V ' V . lx -4 5 'Q f ' . fl - , x . 1 .f 'Q :.' 1' 1, asm Q now zn rehuttal there if thi: angle on evolution," Foremic wheelf "Woke" at Durant forensic college debaters capture national honors to add to N0l'tll Texas prestige Nearly all of the big debate tournaments in the nation felt the sting and logic of North Texas debate in 1948-49. Coached by Mrs. Olive Johnson and Miss june Mandeville, the forensic group participated in competitive meets at the University of Texas, Abilene, Natchitoches, La., Durant, Okla., and the nat- ional championship tournament at West Point. Both men and women's divisions placed high in every meet and men debaters copped the national trophy at West Point in 1948. 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N' R.-4 A if W5 'L .JI -V: 'P 5' .E ,u .' ir V .1, 1 x, ' 1" h. af ' ' ,JEL -f A fi J H f , K V '-are -5' f I wfff' we H' ff-,1 f V' brag 3 1' . lwg, A I A'58..41 f ' "T -,fl --H::qr.,.,..,.7-.- ' 1. .,Q 5 'Q -- W' ' -' X ! wars- , 1 , N 1 N ' 'I 1 , , ,NX my fl SPM 'rgf Al 'G x Nb 1 x 1 -- , -ml '12 um' K' ,,,. W 4-1 :F 1- ' 1 4 . :wg X- ' ma if ' ,lg if , ' I 1 . . A Q, ., , - ,, 7,5 -fn N ' A , ,, 551 1 1 "' ' hot fight highlights 1949 yucca A storm of protest and controversy raged during the 1949 YUCCA favorite election. Although the con- test was conducted by the student senate in a general college election, YUCCA editors were the final arbiters. The staff named eight coeds and seven men as favorites to bring to an end a four-day dispute following the November election. This action came when the student senate, in a stormy special session, decided to ask the editors to recognize 15 favorites. Polling terminated in a bare two and three-vote margin separating last place winners and losers in both the coed and ed divisions. Protesting candidates hled petitions for a recount, throwing a legal monkey wrench into the election setup of the senate general affairs committee. The committee had previously made no provision for such an eventuality. Campaigning and partisan politics made the cam- pus buzz with color and noise as various nominating groups loudly and confidently proclaimed their candi- dates. The Little Dorm Association highlighted its high-powered electioneering with a Corner street dance -in a drizzling rain that failed to dampen its mem- bers' enthusiasm. Serenading of the women's dorms by male groups livened the vote-getting battle. The campus was dotted with posters and signs, and the air was filled with words and music as various enterprising candidates carried their campaign zeal to the students via sound trucks. The calm of the balloting itself was sharply offset by the closeness of the first tabulations. The election committee conducted three counts of the ballots, in- cluding one unofiicial count to determine how a recount might actually effect the results. It disqualified seven previously counted votes which subsequently affected the standings in the coed race and tightened the margin of victory in the men's group. The 30 nominations were divided among the fra- ternity-sorority group and the Little Dorm Association TOP: Lozlfl ,rpenkerr mzmcl c:z1zcliflnte'.f qzmlijiczztiom, IVIIDDLEJ . . . while min fail: to lmlt Little Dorm Jtreet dance. BOTTOM.'...a1ul harmyred election ojicialr cnmlzlct recount of cmzzerted lmllnli. PAGE 50 aworite election which presented its candidates on the "inde- pendent" ticket. Matters were complicated, how- ever, when a slate of write-in candidates was presented by a coalition of independents and disappointed fraternities. This group was formed to beat the Beta Alpha Rho Beta and Talon fraternities which had managed to garner a lion's share of the nominations. When the smoke cleared the Betas and Talons had placed three candidates and the Little Dorm-spon- sored group wound up with three places. The coalition. . .with none. In the female race the Thetas dominated the nominations, eventually placing three win- ners while the Little Dorm-sponsored nominees won three firsts. One place each went to the "3-K's" and the Delta Chis. UPPER RIGHT: Favorite chnicer are marie in preliminary lmllozfivzg. CENTER RIGHT: Voting rancher high peak :luring final election. LOWER RIGH71' NT coecls wuh to benz voting deadline. BELOW: Elecliovzeemzg war comjlicllofu hy ity presence. ,E ,,, ,Wi PAGE 51 ,l homecoming highlights so x YA YE ,A UPPER LEFT: Greerzjacketf regifter .Hurt exef. ABOVE: Dr. McConnell greet: fznmre fmcleul. Exes throng campus as holiday spirit reigns at college is brightest Homecoming LEFT: Every little bit belpx at pre-game bonfire LOWER I.EF7'.- Smrlefznr in holiday moocl wlaip up football evztbzuizzmz. BELOIW: .Fleer Eagle back Jhomr beelf to Emi Texnm. 2 Bexar are all cfreperl om in laiwlr. Eagle game captaim await mm to kin Homecoming Queen Hundreds of grads of the class "back yonderl' rolled into Denton to touch off festivities in a gay and entertainment-filled Homecoming program. They renewed acquaintances with old friends and teachers and brought their own brand of spirit to the bonfire and pep rally on the eve of the big Eagle-Lion grid clash. Cn the campus they chatted nostalgically and mar- veled at the college's growth. They cheered themselves hoarse at the game and saw Nancy Acker Fambro reign as Homecoming Queen. Before they went home they danced and met more old friends at two dances held on the campus that night. NT bam! exemtef half-time mafzemfem. The cheering one: are exer. homecoming parade UPPER LEFT: Homecoming royalty leads mile-long parade. UPPER RIGHT: Ex-GI float drazzu crowd laughter. LOWER LEFT: Parade ogle-rx await firyt float. exes and students let hair down to provide color and excitement in third annual Homecoming parade LOWER LEFT: Prem Club entry provider jozzrfnalixt touch . .. CENTER BELQW: . ..af comediam ply their male... LOWER RlGHT.'...and Greek beauty if exploited. ef W K -NN 'f Z , QQ1BH""'af-f"' ,V i 1 fggq--r-.Vg '22 --ug I - f "':""Q- , A . V J I N M m K 2 x in 7, 4 9 ., . ... LQLN W ,mrgmgv , ' 9" ' ' ,f-fi - V , V "WE - V, V . , V 9 VT 1 ff Af- P Q51 V' '1 ' -1 - ' ' . WJa'KJ2S52'f'i" V HAT? 'f' uf' A' '7EL'f.-' , , ' , ' ,' f Q VK. www-'iV ' 256 ' ,V :V :N nu 1' L ..- . ' S, 1 I 5- ' J' I I yi' 4. V ,,, 1 V KVM . 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In 1949 virtually every North Texan experi- enced one of life's unpleasant but ever-present perversities-the line. Everywhere we went we encountered lines . . .LINES . . . LINES. Where we ate...where we played . ..where we studied . . . where we registered we found them, in uncom- promising and relentless Pursuit. Who can deny it? Who can solve it? -Wfe beefed and blustered and offered our suggestions for running the ad- ministration. A few of us understood. Even though the lines lengthen, we still look forward to queue- less days at NT and remember that 5,000 of us came. . .and waited. For the Inajority of those who eaune to North T exus the not-so-new experience and watching in lines, lines . . . EVER YWHERE . . . and even textbooks. d h I . ...hat riot for Uae atreet nan chow mnngreu. The happy en -..of t e irze there was . . of wondrous waiting . . . and how the time did pass Arnold findx grab time "wait and harry-ap" time. Perhap.f they have waiters here. Hop Home chow await! weary gourmetr. LEFT Papzer mache cizaciem ami cigar butts laeralci Firh Queen Lou Arm Simpwn BELOW Joyce McDowell and S oapy Mofitt are named iackiext cozc class of '52 brzngs youth and vigor and . . . Even though they're supposed to be as green as the beanies they sport, this year's crop of freshmen popped up brightly with initiative and spirit. They took part in many service activities. In sports. . .in classes...in fun...they showed their ability. And they got acquainted at dances and parties like the fish tacky party depicted on these pages. This and other activities made the 1949 fish a bit more prom- inent in college affairs . . . but the pink cheeks and collegiate naivete was still obvious. TOP Sznger Nancy Szmmom warhlef for tackiei. ABOVE Ragged foursome ciixcmf latex! Parif farlaiom. ple...in a close race entertains itself in best Skid row tradition Enterprising fish launched their well-charted "get- acquaintedl' policy during the first week of the fall semes- ter with a tacky dance at the NT Clubhouse. Dressed as hoboes, ttamps, and other characters of questionable quality, they clowned their way through an evening be- fitting the most distinguished Skid Row personality. They crowned a king and queen and toasted the "tackiest" cou- ple...a dubious distinction. After all, the ragged ones were elected by a bunch of bums. UPPER RIGHT: Lovers' bencb if kept warm by bnnif...RIGHT: Top tmnzpf Lon Ann Sinzpfon and Teil S nzitb are crowned Tabby queen nnzl king by Fred Coffee, ffefbinan clan proficient. BELOW: Gmnzl Hobo Toon Frencb announces winnenr of tncbieft couple prize . . . LOWER RIGHT: Rail riding ir only one clioerrion. f' A ,W h , I ai?- Q4 2 u , 5 QJQWE' X 4, ,, V s . , . ' QPF F, Q, .wx . .3 135' V. 4- 1 fi -V- 1 wx, wiv jxyryg n Y . Q , , 5 '1 v v4 423552 12' . 5-'LA M J Wa .Sadie hawleins . . . finds A.R.T. fs Lifl Abners on the run again from fast-moving co-ell Daisy Maas l Al Capp never dreamed up anything like this. Thar imaginative gent could scarcely conjure up the variety of Li'l Abners, Wolfgals, and Hairless Joes that cavorted in and about the NT clubhouse last fall. The occasion . . . Alpha Rho Tau art fraterniry's Sadie Haw- kins pledge party. day in dogpateh Below: Mfzrryivz' Sam lzue tbinknl taker time for his own coznrtifz' . . , Dogpatcb Jtyle. LEFT: Dogpatcherr are ob- viomly going to the dogf. KI-Iotl. RIGHT: Beauty and the bea.rt.f in police lineup. LOWER LEFT: Fixrin' ffm for Dogjmtcb flififf nigfJte1',r. LOWER RIGHT: Wolf Gal: "He'J mine, I tell you . . . gm'-W." winter eemes but NTexans find beauty and fun in icy wonderland of ice-bound campus Ice-painted trees groan under frorzfy load. "fmt zz touch of Hollavzclf' A veritable wonderland of ice and crystal- line beauty was Denton and the NT campus when J. Frost dropped in during the winter of 1949. Although campus vegetation was hit hard, ice-embattled North Texans happily seiz- ed the opportunity to indulge in scarce winter sports . . . even ice - skating in the streets. Nearly everyone experienced the spills and chills of slippery sidewalks and streets . . . but the curious found the novelty to much to resist. tr The earieyt may to clutter . . . and the toughest way to anywhere. .... M.. 1 .. , ,N ' tw- .Mila-4ga1".,1:., M-me 'i iq-V N "2 fm A ii Fl -! A3 . '22 ' fag ,A if ur sf , ,., nf. 'T fr V ,iw fm YE 'G 'r f w 5 cg, Wm, - mmf, 9 4 'Y my d,, m v ,, ' Ll" 'X 3 , my viiaaw- x Q1 - na W we ,V wk . Y PM my ,n ,Jw - f- "ix , P- LL..- v..f,I Q . M, A 711.51 7 E Q L A' . 'l f 4 SW, 1, X A K Q, 'wif , ' L::,:.1I . ....-44--ITE-gg ' 5' .,f:.". 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Nelson were crowned King and Queen of the biggest Halloween Carnival ever staged on the North Texas campus. The carnival and coronation were the first campus events to be televised directly from the gymnasium. They were photographed on l6mm. film by TV cameramen from Sta- tion WBAP-TV, Fort Wforth, and were broadcast on the screen the following eve- ning. Miss Connell was sponsored by the Phi Sigma Alpha Sorority and Nelson was the candidate of the Beta Alpha Rho Beta Fra- ternity. The royal couple lead the Grand March with the court in tow. Prerizlent ami Mrr. McConnell officially crown the King and Queen. I, . ,,, ,, ., , E , Q 3 1 Affc, u f Q V! ,r.- Ty: f -'QU Af f we Q 11 Z3 K S 42 5: ,W X , Nw 454: x, 'X I 11 Z 1 f ja xl f . f' X 1 ,ff . x , ff 1 x f ' A , xx , 1 X , Xxx., X f ,xxxx Q 5 ' J 35 -Q M fs, ., F, ' kx V I 53 5 I 1 ? L aw- E Vg , EEE! Ill? -in 'f' ga - f-9 Q Es? . ' 4' V , L V - Tiff jail Lia! QL v E . 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"Qi ,Vg w-mm - s 32' xg Q 5 H T . ,Q if if gf, fa ,Y 1 Q' 5 x ,QU V Q- 7 l- MARGARET WILSON TOWNSEND MILLER ARDEN ERICKSON Home E conomicx Jozmmlifm I ndmtrial Art: JEAN DILLARD Foreign Lmzgzmgef who 'S who 0 o 0 no to PAGE 74 L , M ' 'Far w .QM ,, 3, if . gig'- X. 'ii I . .D , 1 ' , gig. .5 N, J ' ' Eu., ,t f, -' IZM ,f 'lr s f K 'I Q ' IW- - - xx I1.gf . I 5 ,w ,p. ., .. -4. Lf, Vi. , ' I . ff Zn: Q .1. . v " bsbVj'QG"v. P' .Irv wr, -' ' -f - . 27- 'Eg' M9325-ff?" A f u '. , xy- ' t C' 1' , Q 1' 11 l:3 X e ti, ' QL, 1 lt . '. x ,.,. iv 5' I 7.1 my ez, SANDY MCCULLAR CLAUDE HARBOUR TOWNSEND MILLER the eam 3 chat . . for the fifth straight year one of the top-ranking GILBERT GORMAN, Arrzzrxerrzerrir Editor MARIAN BREWER, Society Editor CLARENCE GUHL, Arrzufementf Editor PAGE 76 Growing pains and an abundance of editorial talent dis- tinguished the 1948-49 Cazmpzw Clmt from its illustrious but short-staffed predecessors. A move to new and spacious quar- ters, a dozen changes in the editorial staff Cfour in the editor's chairb, the evolution from a weekly to a semi-weekly college newspaper, and an ever-growing list of qualified aspirants for staff jobs, have all contributed to a near-violent upheaval in the Clmfr natural course. Although its dress has changed and its publication is more frequent, the Cbrzfr ideals and convic- tions, and the labor of these people who guide it are reflected in every slug of type, in every headline, and in every illustra- tion. From its elaborate home in the new journalism Building, the Clan! is more than ever working toward the fulfillment of a fundamental aim-training young people for professional work. Bosses of the Chat were numerous during the year. Town- send Miller succeeded Clint Bourland as editor in the summer of 1948 and held the job until December. Following Miller's resignation Claude Harbour and Sandy McCullar were named co-editors, setting a new Chat editorial precedent. McCullar be- came editor in january when Harbour was forced to leave school due to illness. college :newspapers in the country . . . an all-lnnerieun chat JIMMIE LAWSON, Sporzr Editor LOU BECKHAM, Society Editor KENNETH MAY Cfmzpm Ezlzzfor PAGE 77 LEROY BROCK, Editor TOMMY BRITE, Anociate Editor the .19 y the 42nd attelnpt . . . to eup- ture a year's fleeting mornents . . . in half-tone . . . and editors, sweet PAUL HACKETT, Ammfe Editor PAUL MARANTO, copy Editor B. W. BLALOCK, Photographer MERLE BENJAMIN, Photographer J. D. HALL, Sponsor With mixed emotions of relief, pride, and anxiety, we present the 1949 YUCCA. Relief... from the strain of the deadlines. Pride. . .that comes from the satisfaction of an accomplish- ment which we feel is the direct reflection of our labors. Anxiety . . .hoping that our work will meet the approval of the most critical. i FLOZELLE JONES, TALOU BALCH, BOB LYNCH, Arrirlarzt Editor MARTHA NEAL, Clary Editor: BILL DIBBLE, Barirzesr Manager the uvestu A tongue-in-cheek attitude admittedly characterized the Arferm editorls approach to the year's literary problems. Al- though the Avemz possessed certain features usually found in humor magazines, its literary quality remained at the same high level which earned for it the National Scholastic Press Associations All-American award in previous years. Lavish layouts and illustrations coupled with a varied selec- tion of content made this year's Awemz the most talked-about in recent years. if ,. fl-Y,-.w..: --- ' ' 114. l Willis", '4 VW: " 'sffiffi ' , '."1 - ....,, All i, .nf Y. -. 1' lziaig, j ' iv' H gifs uzifill' L , - M ' - l :Qi 31,2 W, . i . 1 , Q i ,px lun . Mm! be reafiifz' More "malta qzmlmi1z.r." ER, Arrociate Editor DR. M. P. WELLS, Sponsor campus chat of the air A practical proving ground for NT radio journalists is the Camper Chat of the Air. Featuring a weekly interview with a campus personality, the program is intended to supple- ment the Chat by furnishing news to campus listeners and friends and to give experience in newscasting to journalism students. Produced and directed by Bob Lynch and Bill Dib- ble, the Cumpm Chaz of the Air is heard every Friday afternoon over Denton's Radio Station KDNT. Chat Jmj' talk.: 0-ver Jcripr campus chat newsnmen bring to radio listeners the weelefs work in review p-- BILL DIBBLE, M.C. ' BOB LYNCH, Program Direclor pro hlemx. Lynch gives them the vunrfl. . ff -" 'LB PAGE 81 +.i,- , . -Av ,h, ' 1 '- f '. -b VV. 'FIM ,.. . , fv' -. .. ' ,Q . -,., -,ff'.!"i..1s:r+- -1 --if - V ,. , - .aw ,,,'W..,,., .,, "P rt" .L 4 - f.l,ee.:1i.+-' '1f?.,vL:4f3.7i --lb " ' V 1 ,tgirl 1 T ri I i 91,525 "-1 ,-, 2- .7:,,,,.L-p.Q.',.. . I Engineer: line up new building rite. Fimt pverr eqnipnzent arrives for installation in new structure j . . . a new home College publications marked its mushrooming expansion program this spring by moving into a new, spacious, ultra-modern Journalism building in the old recreation park. An architectural gem, the building is constructed to give the utmost in service and adaptability to the publications, the journalism department, and the NTSC News Service. Journalism students can now work and study in luxurious classrooms and laboratories. For the YUCCA, the Camjmr Chat, and The Aiferm, it was a transition made with a sigh of relief... in memory of the old "shaft," with its cramped quarters, scarce sunlight, and age- scarred walls. Quite different from tloe olcl "IH Jlnzft, els? Linotype opemtom ree liglot of clay for firrt time. lb tg 3 i x 341' ,A r T113-L l f 7141 481 I l I ' 1161" I ,,, .1f7'i H V ,If-A 1.- 3 ,n 1 ll , 1 am ' TW ,e vE.1:fg,,gt.fq-Ag, 9 A3132 I' L I 'wx 1 f f 1 'J -' A , ,L ,lf ' fir: - i . - ' P1 'W . in . - 'L ,4 " ' J' f - -.1 f' ' ' ,.. ' . , ' 'ii ,- i YM., QS, A f . -,A , f J nf , 3: ' . ini ..., ..:..:.1r A , '15' ' f ' A. journalism Direcim' Shzzford peryomzlly conduct: row of new lwilding for journalifm .rtmientf on opening day. a new .S200,000 journalisrn building completed in April now affords the ultimate in training facilities and opportunities Prexxmefz 7'6LlJ'.f6'l7Zl7l6 wmcloiazery on moving day. "ff .rtzzdevztf are lectured in modern, well-eqznipped roomy. ,f-- hi "f rr' ,Q L el' .li ,. -75 id - 2 I 1 - kv ". '-V' ' A ' 7- Tj! H :ex .Af f 4 .JV 3' ?f'5'i. ' -v , ,,,-i f 5 . . iw I J 1' ' . , V .iff ' ' ?', ,, , I , 0 Siilliiiizii Si ' V ' , 3,25 ' L V -W . . ,, v , ' ' m, N. , 1 I 51 1 I H -:-ul. 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HAL BUMPERX or Bmtl Monroe-lo-ztiaig SAM BASS or David Bellow-it lawyer- mz olzl story of love fzfeamr ptzrevztnl 0012- Lolmz mul flrioifzg iz taxi wot better tlwm bon with political zlerigrzr, but in love flict. being Senator. be mirreil the boat. In its iirst play production of the season, the North Texas College Players presented "I Like It Here," the riotous Broadway laugh hit by A. B. Shiffrin. One screwball handyman mixed well with tangled love affairs and a wild senatorial race was the comedy formula for the play. It enacted well the old plot of love versus parental indulgence, but it took three acts and a thousand laughs for love to conquer all. The play was under the direction of Mrs. Myrtle Hardy of the Speech Department. IUARTIN HARDY at Smedley-dub-bla-b I. O. IVICCLISTER or Captain Leroztx-zz UNA GLAZNER ar Sapbroiiio Lmurence- -iz rleligbtfill coiztmrt in bimilymizn rim- toriclo of old Puri: in A New Eiiglfmil o week-eml gfieft who claoye the wrong plicity. Jetting. week-emi. -'l FROM A CRITICS SCRATCHPAD2 Georges Bizet's opera "Carmen" was an- other monumental accomplishment of the NTSC Opera Workshop directed by Mrs. Mary McCormic. The famous story of the gypsy girl Carmen and her intrigues in old Seville was given new freshness of interpre- tation by a cast of 117 Workshop members. Presented before large audiences in Mat- shall, Port Arthur, Dallas, and Denton, the opera, which was also televised over Station WBAP-TV, Fort Worth, gave the Work- shop added presrige in state music circles. Its popularity was sounded by leading news- paper critics and opera enthusiasts every- where. ?"'N Carmevfr lmty .rzovfy if viewed for the fmt time in lairtory on the Zeleivirion .fc1'ee1z. What 100741425 Bizet my? arm 'E . . . By Georges llizet Cigarette girls relax during long rebearml Jerrion. Gypsy fortunes are in the cawir. PAGE 86 x 7 f'P:.' ,tu-.1-1 8 , K I Q 1 1 sa , M1 1 F51 11: " 'f V, 122 1 ff 1 1 3311 1 1 111 f4f.iff1ff11 11 11 3' 1 "' um f, il U E . 'R' :Q 1 5 X e 111 1 1 1 V Mar. V H-1.-. - -j fs: f - 2' 51 iw 113 122 eff: :sag WX? , mm ,W .ffm-A - W , eff, Nw .. Q9 x 2, 1 I . 14: 1 1 'S-.5 11 .. D ,, . ."111"11?1'1mf ,' 1551111291 'H 1 y X1 ' 'Mi 1.5 -1.55 1g1,g:,,,.13 ' 5 ig ' .1,Y1f??Qi-U 1-. 7 '?'.?15Qf'f I I I Y I D 4 .fm-.. . 1 1 ' 111 ss- 11. 1 1111 Q? 11? ii 151 53: K If F , 45 , 'X 1 X jk .,.. 1 as A 5 , 5 .Q The A Cappella Choir, directed by Frank McKinley, toured four states this year and added much to the enjoyment of music lovers every- where they performed. Members include Sopranos Shirley Beall, jane Collins, Ada Guin, jean Harrison, Alma Marks, Marjorie McClung, Donna Moore, Joan Neal, Carolyn O'Glee, Martha Pender, Pat Rippy, Juanita Singer, Betty Tullis, and Nancy Wright. Altos Jacquelyn Aken, Elizabeth Anderson, Joanna Durst, Nancy Evans, Jane Hamilton, Katherine McNeill, Ruth Schoenfield, Sue Son, Jenny Ruth Reed, and June Brown. Tenors Charles Bounds, Bill Blankenship, Steve Farkas, David Jones, Adrian McClish, Marvin Pollard, Lindy Rogers, Ira Schantz, Tommy Stone, and David Taylor. Basses Byron Billman, jim Crowe, Thomas Hardie, Ray Holbrook, Bob Irby, Lewis Jordan, Earl Tom Keel, Jim Bob Nance, Charles Nelson, Marvin Solley, Edgar Stone, and John Walker. choir ymphony or hestru Dr. llfalter Hodgson, Conductor FIRST VIOLIN Joseph Kirshbaum C oncertmrziter Olga Eitner Louann Hardy Larry Bishop George Fenley Chris Xeros Mrs. Virgean Estes Mrs. Ruth Gibson Varina Powell SECOND VIOLIN Don Hatch, Principal Kathleen Dorroh Robert Cretsinger Joanna Pace Paul B. Kelly Cora Walden William Classen Martha McNitzky Etta Jean Crowson Barbara Corkins VIOLA George Morey Principal Bernice Lebowitz Mrs. W. H. Hodgson Grace Morales Margaret Grubb Thomas Harlee Gregory Rodgers CELLO Alan Richardson Principal Marjorie Meacham David Vanderkooi Grace Collins Marijane Wilson Margene Clark jane Pinkerton FLUTE Alex Lesueur Penelope Coffey OBOE Jack Hudgins Gladys Crisler BASS V IOLA George Dawson Ann Wilson James Smith Leroy Gooch james Hart Frank Todd Bill Lee ENGLISH HORN Janet Smith CLARINET John Farris Maryjane Sullivan Charles Titsworth BASS CLARINET Harold Gore BASSOON Raymond Bostick Judy Sellers TRUMPET Merlin Jenkins Larry Austin Billy Brooks PAGE 90 HORN Allen Myers Ben Branch Ernestine Berry Ruth Trammell Joe Duke Carol Rodgers Lloyd Taliaferro Myers Hudson TROMBONE Dick Highlill Dexter Gordon Paul Elliott TUBA james Bledsoe TYMPANI Desmond Brewer TRIANGLE Gloria Johnson HARP Elizabeth WilHey I I , . w . I - H I -' ,ASFF 1: e' ,ze ffg . .n-,,. mn . m-, CLARINET John Farris Sherry Albritton Clarence Wood Mary jane Sullivan Paul Bourek Beverly I..aGue Phil Slavick George Minter Mary Ellen Standley Dorothy Loe Jean Pindale Carolyn Crofts Benjamin Gramling Dorothy Simpkins Elaine johnson Anita Niendorif Reva Hackney V FLUTE Alex Lesueur Penelope Coffey Alice Field N Billy Montegut 1 Billy Wade Perry ALTO CLARINET Dorothy Truax Marjorie Heighten 0 n c e r t lr u n al Maurice lilcfldow, Conductor ie, lex , J BASS CLARINET Harold Gore Gary Evans Lendon Campbell OBOE Donna Miller Gladys Crisler Clifford Shipp Janet Smith ENGLISH HORN Janet Smith ALTO SAXOPHONE Phil Manning Walter Jarrett TENOR SAXOPHONE Newman Hood BARITONE SAXOPHONE Shirley Oglesby BASS SAXOPHONE Bill Parks CORNET Clement Splaingard Joe Dabney Paul Chandler Edwin Anderson Douglas Wiehe Virginia Walberg PAGE 91 BASSOON Raymond Bostick Carl B. Bolin Gilbert Johnson FLUEGEL HORN Margaret Jones Gene Ford TRUMPET Merlin Jenkins Billie Brooks Larry Austin FRENCH HORN Ben Branch Myers Hudson Nancy Evans Ruth Trammell Joe Duke Ernestine Berry Lloyd Taliafetro TROMBONE Lawrence Wiehe Dick Highfill David Moore Lloyd Cook john Wood Bo Brown BARITONE jay Covington Dexter Gordon George McCoy TUBA James Bledsoe Byford Sealy Carl Meyers STRING BASS Ann Wilson Leroy Gooch james Smith HARP Elizabeth Wilfley Charlene North TYMPANI Dolores Pometti MARIMBA Gloria Johnson Dortha Franklin PERCUSSION William S. Gray jack Rumbley Retta Barker Clarence Grilfen s i n f 0 n i e t t u Joseph Kirshbalanl, Conductor FIRST VIOLIN Bob Pipkin Louann Hardy Larry Bishop George Finley Barbara Corkins SECOND VIOLIN Donald Hatch Chris Xeros Robert Cretsinger Paul Kelley CELLO BASS VIOLA Marjorie Meacham LeRoy Gooch David Vanderkooi Grace Collins PAGE 92 VIOLA Bernice Lebowitz Grace Morales Joanna Pace womengs choir Directed by Arthur Schoep W Ml -5 E tem.- ........ ,W,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, L? ,1. , ap- . ,A .. Q gf. S , .1, "" - S V 1 f e an-ovfar-ffufaa " gi tv. V C U ig ,wx b ,- kg, ff? 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Viola Johnson Joan Johnson Lueva Loving Dorothy Grace Mann Jo Moody Elna Jean Moseley Lucille Phillips Nancy Jane Prafka Jimmie Ann Ramer Jonel Redrnon Leerie Soyars Annette Williams PAGE 93 SECOND soPRANo tcm dy Sue Brabham Jean Sheley ALTO Jacqueline Ayers June Bearmore Marjorie Bus Peggy Click Carolyn Crofts Carolyn Elskes Louise Gorman Mary Graves Betty Louise Howell Joyce Isbell Betty Kuchenbacker Betty McSpadden Lina Grace Pond Mary Sellers f st J Directed by Frank McKinley l ' WOMEN: Joan Curtis Francis Dalmasso Ava Nell Donoho Betty Fisher Lugenia Gibbs Audrey Huclgins Doris Hulke Anne Humphreys Dorothy Johnson Sara Lockwood Frankie Luker Jean McDonald Betty Ray Leah Saye Ann Schoenlield Betty Sterling Juanita Teal Nancy Thompson Elaine Turney MEN: Carl Best Bob Buchanan Jim Buchanan Eldon Black Wesley Coffman Steve Crouch Neil Davidson John Goodman John Holloman Gene Hutchison Ray Mesler Reuben Noel Bob Payne Ben Pierce Jimmy Ramsey Mahlon Robinson Bill Shadle Stanley Shepelwich Alfred Skoog John Tucker Bob Vauglm Kenneth Walker Cloyse Webb Lewis Woodward Directed by Frank McKinley S el ir WOMEN: Irene Ashenfelter Sallie Bell Joy Bulock Norma Colson MEN: Ruth Ann Davison Pat Garrison Louise Graham Rae Hagler Joyce Howell Alma Lampe Ernestine McCarty Virginia Merritt Betty Moore Doris Moore Carol Peck Angela Perdichi Sarah Saye Nancy Simmons Nancy Upshaw Betty Watson Joyce Young J. B. Anthony Bryan Baker Gene Bullock Jack Cobb John Cunningham Neil Davis Clinton Davis Ed Duncan Thurston Eggleston Newman Hood Elbert Houck Jerry Jackson Joe Jones Willard LaGrone Charles Lane Troy McCoy Rodger Munson Cal Prahl Wayne Roe Pat Sewell Jack Watlington s l. I ic1i- ll 1 1 madrigul singers joseph Kirshbaum Cornelia Baskey Allen Richardson George Morey Jean Harrison Robert Orcman Ruth Schoenlleld Earl Tom Keel Marjorie McC1ung Ira Schantz faculty quartette PAGE 95 l these were well known , , -U. rmu barrzngton 7 N. Q wif--, '- - W lathe? fum bro w L 4 er,-M aw Q 'xr I ww El , lm wx alia .Jail EZ- ? Jam: z.. mmm 33 YL? H. wiki.. ' x Z R2 QQ 2 ,A ,um :xr ,, mr.. gf, T55 '..5,S'1ik1, J-ii QM x sp' I3 dz, PQJQHHZZESSS M... .ss 8 if L ., I 'lf YZLPSQ, ' ' 2? my .A ,V Girww is a .2 gk M-,ff 92 W wx fax W W ,N WgH1,w ml' six Lew 'riff se ZEHBW' ,zz zxqwgulw 'Ski if egg QUE? www! .5 ,- , L, , Wa, , Jffht.. ., A ' E , MQ? 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BASKETBALL . . . blazing legs across hard- wood Hoors . . . followed by GOLF . . . pu1se-quick- ening putts and arching drives . . . TRACK . . . more honors for fleet-footed Eagles . . . TENNIS-WREST- LING-GYMNASTICS-WOMEN'S SPORTS . . . and sports for the masses. They all mean a greater North Texas, a sturdier, healthier athlete . . . and a well-satisfied fan, A greater North Texas will not ts Q 34 m 'A for er the stories of ames and heroes written in the XX I A sod, on the cinders, and on the hardwood. But it will r r. r- , preserve those memories in deeds and sporting ideals - -f f A , on the new horizons of expansion. f- - N Q - Q , f A 9 Ki QIQBQ 'Nfl -'fi g' f ' K 1 Qgptx nan.. :CHILE Vx' t H' qw 'g unz 1,32 44.11 ? -2 1 i. .--X - 1 1- ' -l Q ' "7 ' Q i ii. 4-"!,., - 3 l 1 l i Q - .- v '1 1 gi ls sl V Q 'If 1 X in-uni 'Q .-nf' 4' -, -ff 'L' -Jr. ,gf We 0 me hr 1201772 fexdrf v ff ww 4 E5 .zu SEM c A? , 4 z ., X sp offs QL L L . A. Ls - I football.. the sweating athlete on the field . . . the excited partisan in his seat . . . the high pitch of pre-galne enthnsiasln all add np to the varsity football scene. from these come the winning spirit that produces a winning team. a sport that is big and significantg it is sgrnbolic of the american competitive spirit. are A shrewd and exacting gridiron tactician... that's what Texas sports writers call Coach Odus Mitchell, head man of NT's football des- tinies. His work in installing the T-formation here was successfully manifested in his first two years of college coaching when the big Green and Wliite captured two Lone Star Con- ference titles and two bowl bids in succession. His coaching prowess was recognized by the Texas Sportswriters Association which voted him the "coach of the year" award for 1947. With the players themselves he is extremely popular as a man who can command both their respect and admiration without resorting to harsh discipline or mollycoddling discrimina- tion. His own versatility in winning 18 letters in various sports at West Texas State serves as a model to Eagle gridders, many of whom are excelling in other major collegiate sports. PAGE 114 0.1948 Cs.. . t" 2 .-1. ' s -A I 1 x,,..ntlh 'F' ai 1' - 'fl ., ir.. 'E'i5,e -1 time-'-its " 1 1 ,5 Xiiuzn- ' ,J 1 . .4 . 4. 8. MQ,-If A .Wald S . in .J The year 1948 saw a better-than-average Green and White football machine tackle one of its most gruelling schedules in many a season. Riddled all year with injuries and taxed with the psychological handi- cap of a grinding "road" itinerary, it took to the field time after time against formidable foes bent on blasting the powerful Eagle from his near-permanent roost on the Lone Star Conference top limb. Whilie not the most successful from the standpoint of cold percentages, the 1948 grid season can serve as a successful yearmark in the colleges efforts in the direction of good sportsmanship and toward more cor- dial sports relations with other colleges. After dropping a 6-14 heartbreaker to the Oklahoma City University Chiefs in the season opener, a pow- er-laden Eagle team came back viciously to rack up 86 points against a game but impotent bunch of Ramb- lers from Randolph Field. Score, 86-O. A 20-7 triumph over the West Texas State College Buffaloes boosted the Green and White gridiron for- tunes until . . . a howling Wolfpack from Nevada University led by pass-happy Stan Heath stacked up the chips to take a 48-7 parlay from the Dentonites in far-off Reno. The Eagles took the measure of the first two conference opponents, winning handily from Stephen F. Austin, 19-6, and Sam Houston, 37-7. But losses to Southwest Texas State, 14-24, and to the University of Houston, 6-8, dropped North Texas from the LSC title chase. SWTSC, winning its first game from the Eagles in 16 years, went on to win the conference flag. Other wins from Trinity University, 27-12, and from the traditional rival, East Texas State, 27-7, enabled the Mitchellmen to take a second place share in the LSC plum. I PAGE 115 H5 ,L lf? a I ,ef l , ? g h. football squad ABOVE, Reading left to right, FIRST ROW: Wayne Hightower, Ace Towe, Shields Mitchell, Loyd Lowe, Ned McNeill, Erwin DuBose, Bill Lalicker. SECOND ROW: Alton Calhoun, Luther Frambro, Bob Arnold, Dick Lindsay, john Robertson, Bob Wilson, Frank Smith. THIRD ROW: Richard Nutt, Horace DeFord, Ray Renfro, John Williams, A. D. Cate, Harvey Rogers, Kirk Drew. FOURTH ROW: james Brewer, Bill Lammes, Bill Brashier, Hubert Marvel. BELOW, Reading left to right, FIRST ROW: Pere Lawless, Bob Reams, Billy Dinkle, Bobby Furrh, A. V. Collins, Herb Ferrill, Jim Eagle. SECOND ROW: jack Lawless, Bob Gandy, Bill O'Grady, Bob Appleton, Julian Kuehl, Charles Dickerson, Lawrence Cowley. THIRD ROW: Jack Searcy, Gilbert Massey, Fred Clo- tiaux, James Clotiaux, Bob Gilstrap, Bill Scott. FOURTH ROW: Cecil Martin, Bill Kemplin, Louis Rienzi, Frank McClanahan, Bill Bishop. 'xx as llii 1.-M fy' X PAGE 116 G f xi g Ji LUTHER FAMBRO, ggivtm it all- H E. H! H in w Dee Walker, assistant coach of the 1948 edition of the Eagles, is a familiar lig- ure on the NT campus. He was a standout three-year let- terrnan tackle here from 1937 to 1940 under the colorful Jack Sisco. Upon graduation he coached at White Deer and Borger. Following four years in the Marines during World" War II, Walker serv- ed as line coach at Marshall under Coach Mitchell until 1946 when the pair took over coaching duties ar North Tex- as. His specialty at NT is turning out bruising linemen noted for their rough hand- ling of opposing backs. A. V. COLLINS, Tackle Lower Right BGB,-1-LTKNOLD, Tackle A. D, CATE, Guard JIM EAGLE, Center ERWIN DuBOSE, Back JAMES CLOTIAUX, Guard 1 , 1 tr 1 X North Texas' debut into the 1948 gridiron campaign was greeted by a band of whooping chiefs from Oklahoma City University, who turned back the Eagles 14-6 in the Sooner capital city. After the Eagles had monopolized play in the scoreless first half, the Chiefs came steaming back to push George Raines over from the 1-yard line. The score followed a kickoff runback of 59 yards to the Eagle 38 by Jim Wade and two completed aerials which put the Chiefs in scoring dirt. The Eagles opened the final quarter in possession of the ball on the OCU 57 after getting the best of a punting duel. Richard Nutt, shook loose on a jaunt that carried to HERB FERRILL, Guard BOBBY FURRH, Back .W Xr,,A , ,,W,,,,E ..ts,,,, 0CU Chiefs Scalp Eagles o o o ' 6 Chiefr call pow-wow to fault Nutff nm. the 1-yard line. Zeke Martin slipped over on the quarter- back sneak on the next play. Fred Clotiaux's attempted con- version missed the crossbar. Raines crossed the double stripe for the second time when he returned a punt from the toe of Nutt in a 55-yard display of fancy hipshaking five minutes before the final Pun. O Fumbles and penalties proved costly to the Green and White in their thrusts toward pay dirt. Nutt, Ned McNeil, Bill Lalicker took hand-offs from Martin in the second quarter and marched to the 11. A fumble on the next play gave the hosts possession of the ball on their own 9 to end the threat. BILL KEMPLIN, End JULIAN KUEHL, Center L 31, . ...yi - -, . , .WN .V i wi 11153525-,I i :xi . I gas xi ii -sie' : . ' 132 5521321 I P tt X-1:52:31 V 1, E?- i Z' w lu kg ' I I V ' ' 1 - f. u,,,,l' ' ' -'l ' ' 1 .ggmr-1 -,nzhfff 1 'ft 1 ' ' ZH a-'l 2,2131- 1r..:' - if l . fa. . i 1. - A 0. pg v, Q ' 4 ,i in , ' ... ., . W Q: Y ' .--aff-ffaf li il? ' H V 3:1-,.xgL,7,r'.f .2 - , tm' sid- PAGE 118 Eagles lmmbard Fliers 00036-0 In the first home game of the season, the Eagles smothered the hapless Randolph Field Ramblers, 86-0 under a bombard- ment of touchdowns . . . by land and by air. Only three minutes of the hrst quarter had elapsed when North Texas began its barrage of six-pointers. A. D. Cate re- covered a Rambler fumble on their 28-yard line and a few plays later, Bill Lalicker ambled over from the 15. From then on the Flier end zone was filled with flying Eagles as the score mounted in every quarter. McNeill and Nutt also tallied for the NTexans in the first quarter, Nutt going S0 yards for his score. Three more touchdowns were made in the second quar- ter, one on a linebuclc by Bobby Furrh from the 1-yard line, another by Shields Mitchell who scooted over from the 25, and the other by Ray Renfro on a li-yard pass from Gilbert Massey. The Eagles filled the air with passes at the start of the second half. All third quarter touchdowns were made on Zeke Martin's deadeye passes to Nutt, Bill Kemplin, Lou Reinzi and A. V. Collins. The fourth period saw Lowe tally his second counter of the night. The scoring was completed as Bob Appleton and Renfro crossed the double stripe from the l- and 25-yard lines, respectively. Smith wimif up in the TD promirecl land. BILL LALICKER, Back PETE LAWLESS, End , Y 5 " T2 J 5 EM . -ft.: .ff ' -Er... ., K A Q, i Y ,QV .-:-,321 N..- E5 I V A ,. In-M .- Q 5 it H- , I ,W H , ,, 15:2 - ,E ., ,N 1 ,E - ,- PAGE 119 Lnlicker Jwifzfel-bipr info the Fliery' reconrlafy first half scoring power nets Eagles win over Buffaloes ' ' - 7 Lightning-like Hrst half scoring thrusts brought victory to the North Texas Eagles who had to come from behind to drop the Buffalo herd of West Texas State, 20-7, in a non-conference tilt at Canyon. All scores came in the first half with Coach Odus Mitchell's charges pushing one touchdown across in the first quarter and two more in the second period. The Wfest Texans scored in the first four min- utes of play after they recovered an onside kickoff on the Eagle 46. Four plays and a penalty against North Texas carried the ball to the Eagle 12, where Cloyce Box raced around left end on a bootleg play to score the first TD. junior Melton converted to put the Buffs ahead, 7-0. The North Texans failed to gain after receiving the kickoff and punted out to the Bull 20. A few plays later McNeill recovered a fumble by Box on the West Texas 45. A goalward drive and three first downs put the ball on the enemy's 2-yard line where Richard Nutt rammed over for the first Eagle tally. Nutt split the uprights to tie the score. Nutt elude: two Buff for zz jirrt down. Shortly after the second quarter started Hubert Marvel intercepted a Box pass on the Eagle 45 and raced it back to the Buffalo 22, Four plays later Frank Smith struck pay dirt to put the Eagles ahead, 15-7. Shields Mitchell's try for extra Point was wide. Later in the second period the Eagles took possession of the ball on the Buff 26 after a Punt exchange. Nutt smashed over left guard and went all the way to score the third NT touchdown. Fred Clotiaux's conversion was good. The second half saw few actual scoring threats although West Texas advanced the ball to the Eagle 15 early in the fourth period. Later in the fourth quarter Marvel intercepted his second Buffalo toss to put North Texas in Eagle back fimir the going rough. possession when the game ended. DICK LINDSAY, Tackle ZEKE MARTIN, Back HUBERT MARVEL, Back SHIELDS MITCHELL, Back ' r"a i Wi 4 115 i f an if -. A 5 jj ' PAGE 120 niuupwl, Nutt if grozzmled after a twenty-yard punt rzmlmck. N Texans spoil Lurnberjacles homecoming Brilliant heads-up defensive play proved the dif- ference as the North Texas Eagles chopped down a good Stephen F. Austin Lumberjack team, 19-6, to spoil Homecoming festivities in Nacogdoches. Neither team could mL1StCr a scoring punch un- til the final seconds of the Hrst half when the North Texans' aerial game began clicking. A pass from Quarterback Zeke Martin to End Bill Kemplin on the SFA 27, a 10-yard pickup by Halfback Frank Smith, and a Martin to Luther Fambro toss racked up the first six-pointer for the Eagles. Richard Nutt missed the try for extra point. Midway of the third quarter Jim Eagle, alert North Texas center, intercepted an Axeman pass, , , , 19 - 6 LOU RIENZI, End returning it to the Woodchoppers' 20. Four plays later Smith threaded his way through right guard from the 13-yard line for the second NT marker. Again Nuttls conversion try failed. Bill Lalicker was the big noise in the Eagles' final touchdown surge. Lalicker's 27-yard runback of an intercepted SFA pass carried to the Lumber- jack 27. Two plays later the little Eagle halfback dodged his way to the double stripe for the score. Fred Clotiaux's point after TD try was good, mak- ing the score 19-0. Stout defensive work by the Eagle forward Wall kept SFA backs bottled up all evening except for a 74-yard pass and run play which netted the Woodsmen their only score. NED MCNEILL, Back RICHARD NUTT, Back BOB REAMS, Tackle RAY RENFRO Back PAGE 121 sharp Eagle ground attack clips Beurleats Flashy Dick Nutt raced for two touchdowns and kicked five extra points to lead the North Texas Eagles to an easy 57-7 win over Sam Houston State's Bearkats in Eagle Stadium. The win gave the North Texans their second conference conquest as they proved that they were "too much" and "too many" for the Bearkats. Pushing over two touchdowns in the last half of the first ...37-7 quarter and adding another marker in the opening minutes of the second period, the Dentonites took an early 21-0 lead. The Huntsvillites lone tally came mid-way through the second quarter when Bobby Furrh fumbled and a fast-moving Kat pounced on the ball on the Eagle 18-yard line. Four plays later john Hadaway rammed over for the score. The conver- sion attempt was good and the score was NT 21, SHS 7. North Texas Halfback Frank Smith crashed over the double Lawletr 1'It7Z.f zz Bemvlszzt into trouble. . 3 55, , t , Z F' ,fy . f im" ilI"' 3. f l r all W 157' 5 R if 2 FRANK SMITH, Back stripe from the Kats' 2-yard line for the first Eagle marker, and Nutt kicked his first of five conversions in five attempts. Hard-running Nutt slashed over left tackle from the Kats' 1-yard line for the Eagles' second six-pointer. A few minutes later Center jack Lawless intercepted a pass on the Bearkat 50 and raced all the way for the third North Texas tally. Late in the second quarter Fullback Ned McNeill ripped through right guard and carried to the Bearkat 6 to set up the fourth Eagle marker. Crashes at the Kat line by Nutt and McNeill took the ball down to the 1 where Nutt drove through for his second TD. The final Eagle touchdown came late in the third quarter when the bruising McNeill breezed 56 yards through the entire Bearkat team to score. Nutt converted for the fifth straight time. Eagle End Bill Kemplin caught Hadaway behind the Kat goal for a safety and two points to end the night's scoring. Engle line opem cz big bale for Nutt. , ,,,, - -Z!,,...r ., , 1- ttf , , ... vu Tu, i. mu, 4 1 K , i ,Ji y XY 'N V' l x I is 'L Smith ir stopped after a short gain. 7 an 1 ' . I JOHN VVILLIAMS, Guard UPPER: Bobcat tumbling artirzr provide halftime entertainment LOWER: SHVTSC back getr loose for a lot of yardage. Bobcats topple Eagles to end 16-year win droath ...24-14 A bewildered North Texas team was bounced from the LSC leadership by the ambitious Southwest Texas State Bob- cats who displayed unexpected offensive power and deception in beating the Eagles, 24-14. Using a spread formation for the first time, the Bobcats struck for three scores in the first half and were never behind again. A fast-charging Bobcat line stopped the heralded Eagle scoring machine which had been a two-touchdown favorite. Fighting back in the second half, the Eagles drove 63 yards in seven plays to score the first time they got the ball in the third quarter. Featured by Richard Nutt's 30-yard dash on the statue of liberty, the drive was climaxed when Frank Smith went around the right side to score from the 4. Fred Clotiaux kicked the first of his two conversions. The Bobcats scored their final TD on a Jeff Curbo to George Carlisle pass-lateral play. Zeke Martin completed six of seven passes in the final min- utes as the Eagles swept 67 yards for their last score after Smith halted a Bobcat drive with a pass interception. Smith again scored from the four and Clotiaux converted. PAGE 125 McNeill grim as be meeir a hor! of Tigerr. Eagles trip Tigers . . 27 - 12 North Texas was forced to come from behind twice to beat down a stubborn Trinity University eleven, 27-12, before 7,000 fans in Eagle Stadium. Ned McNeill, Eagle fullback, was the sparkplug of the local's attack as he scored 12 points and ram- rodded the NT defense with his bruising tackles. After the Tigers took an early lead on a 93-yard touchdown romp by Tommy Watt, McNeill and Frank Smith collaborated to produce the first Eagle for zz rhort gain. tally with Smith going all the way from the Trinity 25. Fred Clotiaux's try for extra point was good. The lead changed again a few minutes later fol- lowing G. Levermann's drive over from 6 yards out to climax a 65-yard drive. But four running plays, a penalty and a linebuck from the 3-yard line by Rich- ard Nutt wiped out the deficit as the Eagles surged into the lead, 14-12. A sustained drive from the Eagle 29 Produced another NT marker with McNeill push- ing over from the 4. Clotiaux converted for the third straight time. Later McNeill scored again from the Tiger 16 following a pass interception by Loyd Lowe. Clotiaux's try for extra Point failed, making the final score Z7-12. 1 mv: xr. --'um'9'f- r "fr ' . :nn .'- ixer. .5--1-f '.-4-.-4-mt. 1'-.nu-. ' --5'-' ' --' - v---s - 'ff mv' '-rxf A71 Eagle blartr Zblozrgh l IY, mud and a tough University of Houston crew down Eagles 0008-6 ' +rrr r t I I g g LEFT: Cougfzrr .rmotlaer an Eagle in mud. Tons of goo and a snarling University of Houston Cougar dumped the North Texas Eagle from the LSC title chase as the Houstonians laced out an 8-6 triumph at mud-smeared Public Schools Stadium in Houston. A dreary, drizzling rain put the dampener on the Eagle running attack with costly fumbles halting speedy NT backs in key situations. Zeke Martin's usually dependable generalship could never smooth out the Green and Wliite oHensive machinery except for one sustained drive which "bogged down" on the enemy 2-yard line. The slick pigskin made the Eagle passing game impotent as Martin's pitches went astray time and again. The breaks came fast for the Cougar eleven when their slick-punting quarterback, Allen Neveaux, kick- ed to Bill Lalicker, who fumbled. The ball slid to the turf to be recovered by End Don Wilhelm for RIGHT: Nutt meer 91 yardr for a TD. a first down for Houston on the Eagle 4. Two line- bucks failed, but on third down Halfback Max Clark circled left end for the first score. The try for extra point failed. Midway in the fourth Canto, the Cougars had the ball on the Eagle 40 when Neveaux's kick slithered off his wet toe and fell short to Dick Nutt on the Eagle 9. Nutt made a running catch and followed a cordon of blockers ro midfield where he poured on the steam to outdistance the last Cougar defender for the Eagle six-pointer. His attempted conversion was wide. With the score knotted 6-6 and minutes waning, the Eagles were caught behind the double stripe for two points which spelled defeat for the NTexans and a swan song for their designs on the conference crown. PAGE 125 i- .U if ' :- .x East Texnx lineman rife up to halt charging Eagle back. homecoming throng soo E aglos Lowe North Texas' Feathered Flock rolled up an impressive 27-7 victory over their ancient rivals, the East Texas State Lions, to close our the 1948 grid campaign before 9,000 Homecoming fans in Eagle Stadium. Parr of the color and rivalry that had distinguished Previous makei tmckr through Lion Jecondary. PAGE 126 A- u LEFT: Nutt goer clown after punt return. RIGHT: A little Lion gelr clzmzpetl by McNeill :tml C ollim. claw Lions . . . 21. 1 Lion-Eagle games was lacking as neither team had any share in the Lone Str Conference championship. This 22nd annual ET- NT clash marked the hrst time in LSC history that neither team had won the loop crown. The East Texans drew first blood in the melee, and the Eag- les were forced to come from behind to win the game. With less than three minutes of the game gone, the Lions scored on a quick 55-yard pass play. North Texas came back midway through the second quarter to punch over a tally after Guard Herb Ferrill recovered a Lion bobble on ET's 25. Dick Nutt smashed through left tackle from the 6-yard line for the touchdown. Nutt's conver- sion try was good, tying up the game, 7-7. Another Eagle score came in the fast-moving second stanza when Cecil CZekeD Martin shot a 25-yard pass into the waiting arms of Luther CBugsj Fambro in the end zone. Nutt again con- verted to put the Eagles ahead, 14-7, as the Hrst half ended. Shortly after the third period opened, the Eagles tallied again to make the score 20-7. Only two plays were required to reach- ET's goal when the North Texans took over the ball on their own 47. The Dentonites' final touchdown came on the hrst play of the last quartet. Ned McNeill, who was offensive dynamite all afternoon, returned a poor ET punt to the Lions' 35. Seconds later Nutt took it over from the l-foot line and kicked the extra point to complete the scoring for the day. PAGE 127 Homecoming royalty 012 parade football queen wife of eagle star end . . . she reigned at homecoming . . . nancy uelcer fnmbro c eel' leaders Ernie Wfilks, Rosemary Gowan, Arr Moore, Nancy Armor, Wesley Smith, Norma Barrington. FIRST Row, left to right: J. W. Black, George Daniels, Bill Candler, johnny johnson james Johnson. SECOND ROW: James Putnam, Tom Edwards, Ed Kelly, Bill Dunaway Dick Wall. THIRD Row: Don Deardorff, Bennie Rutherford, Sam Bell, Coach Pete Shands, Charles johnson, David McKnight. basketball North Texas basketballers found the going rough in Lone Star Conference play this year as virtually every other team in the loop came snarling back stronger than ever before in bidding for conference honors. The Eagles wound up in a three-place tie with East Texas State and Sam Houston last year but the 1949 season saw an out- sider, Stephen F. Austin, whipping everything in sight for the LSC flag. After an impressive showing in non-conference tilts including the Enid, Okla., tournament, the Eagles drop- ped slowly from the title picture under the power of re- juvenated LSC opponents. At the end of the season the Green and White was mired deep in sixth place in confer- ence standings although gaining national prominence by virtue of a strong Hnish in the national free throw point- making division. Lanky Bennie Rutherford led Eagle scores during the year, canning 221 points. Team Cap- tain Sarn Bell was second with 211 and Don Deardorif, captain of last year's team, came in third with 208, PAGE 150 a IE' WY K Q is 'w Fx Basketball is sometimes a family affair . . . and Junior finds his high- jumping papa a favorite with grown-ups, too. Q Q Q Fastbreaking action and plenty of hardwood thrills were witnessed by North Texans and those who saw the 1949 basketball Eagles in action. Pic:- tured below are the men who played and fought hard for the Green and White. Left to right are J. W. Black, James johnson, Bennie Rutherford, Captain Sam Bell, Don Deardorff, Johnny Johnson, Bill Candler and George Daniels. .A -I' --.1 , - 1- ., 2' nfl' , . B in W B if 3' ,fl 'mf I' , fs' J, , , is a 5 ' V' ' J- f I B Y eagle title hopes wrecked by lulnberjaeks and eougars I. Iolanmn catcher everyone napping but the cameraman. The luckless Eagles ran headlong into the title- bound STEPHEN E. AUSTIN LUMBERJACK express and came out on the very short end of the score, 91-49. The game was a return engagement for the Eagles who lost a close one, 55-43, earlier in the season. The bruis- ing Lumberjacks manhandled the Feathered Flock in every department of the game as big Wyatt Dotson and Winifred Williams virtually camped under Eagle baskets. SFA went on to mow down all conference op- ponents in racking up its first LSC flag in several years. Daniel: findr .rabrtance and :pace no obrtacle. H efeir Bell flipping one part C ongar defender. Stamina and reserve proved the difference as the North Texas Eagles were nosed out in a con- ference go with the UNIVERSITY OF HOUS- TON COUGARS, 64-57. Dick Berg, Cougar field goal specialist, and L. D. Hendrix dipped into their bag of magic tricks to sink the Shandsmen in a fast and furious second half. Great defensive play by Ed Kelly and point manufacturing by Eagles Deardorff, Daniels, Rutherford, and Bell, kept the NTexans in the game until the explo- sive final stanza. Rangy C nngar .flaps at Deardorj-too late. V ETexa1z'r crip rbot goer awry. Canciler outleapr Lion defender Bell and Iolamon move in on for two pointf. lone Lion eager. eagle eugers drop bitter struggle to ET 0 0 0 "Aw Hman, fellerr-don? play Jo rough." PAGE 134 EAST TEXAS STATES rampaging LIONS did a thorough job of eras- ing the Green and White cage threat 48-37 in Dallas' Fair Park. In another bitter, hard-fought struggle, mosr of the scoring came in the last 10 minutes of play. Making their last appearance of the season, the Eagles led 16-8 at half- time but saw their lead dwindle under the driving Crip shots of ET's Troy Ingram and Charles Whitten. The loss of Big Sam Bell who fouled out early in the second half severely weakened the Eagles under the baskets. ho- . . eagles 63, tlgels 45 Denrdorff mm up poiammzking at expeme ". . , ive, fix-pick up flickr, or du! Jomeone of Tigerf. lore rl collar button? TRINITY UNIVERSITY'S HAPLESS Tigers fell before the onslaught of the Eagles, early season power as the Green and White took the measure of the South Texans 63-45. The tilt was a runaway from the beginning with Don Deardorif and Captain Sam Bell trailing the hawk- eyed Bennie Rutherford for top Eagle scor- ing laurels. The win, coupled with another triumph the same week over Southwest Texas State, pushed the Shandsmen into temporary leadership in the LSC race. LEFT ABOVE: Tiger: gawk ar Cmzdler .rlipr one in. UPPER RIGHT: N only Texar fuermi ref or. "bang No. I9 at rmzrireff ABOVE RIGHT: Tbiy guy bar a head but be deem? Jlaow zt TCU frogs eroale twice under eagle fire o oo62'53oo07l'44 , Big Sum Bell maker it bot for TCU defender. NT band Zivenf cheering .rpirit between lmlfuer. Deartlorjf-Bell combination clicks again for two pointy. North Texas basketeers romped to easy victories in two successive encounters with the TCU HORNED FROGS. The Hrst game was played in Fort Worth and the second in Harriss Gym. In the first battle the Frogs built a quick 8-0 lead and were still in front 28-6 at half-time. But after that the Eagles moved ahead as George Daniels and Don Deardorff leveled a barrage of baskets at the Frogs. Final score, North Texas 62, TCU 53. The first quarter was half over before the Shands- men took the lead in the second game. But Eagle stamina and reserve left the TCU crew completely out of steam and thoroughly beaten. Ed Kelly, new- comer to this year's squad, was the big noise as he sank four consecutive field goals at a crucial moment during the game. He totaled 15 points for the night before fouling our early in the second half. Don Deardot was second high man for the Eagles with 13 points. Final score, North Texas 71, TCU 44. PAGE 156 FIRST Row, left to right: Rhea Nichols, Jerome Zabojnik, Howard Pruitt, Harlan Howell, Gerald Wallace, Travis White, Don Ponder, Willie Lowe, Walter Rabbe, johnny Meitzen, Charles Robertson, Charlie Teague, Jamie Combs, Aubrey Hallum. SEC- OND ROW: Joe Coquat, Clarence Dick, Bob Grundy, Dan Brown, James Fox, Ken Carley, Ray Renfro, Bill Ladish, Frank' Smith, Herb Marvel, Joe Farrell, Earle Young, Staunton Swift, Bill Woods. THIRD ROW: Don Edwards, Tom Gill, James Young, Luther Fambro, Ben Sparks, Howard Fitzhugh, Carl Abbey, Charles johnson, Tom Wright, johnny Slack, Herman Herrington, Royce Womble, Pat Fowler, Coach Pop Noah. Winton E. "Pop" Noah has been at the helm of North Texas track fortunes since 1947, and the evidence of his astute track Wizardry is plainly shown in the record of NT cinderpath artists. Green and White thinly-clads won every important con- test in the Southwest last year with the exception of one LSC meet. An ex-NT track star, Noah was graduated in 1927. He be- gan at Dallas' Bowie Elementary School a prolihc coaching career that was to take him through three major sports, basket- ball, football, and his Hrst love, track. At Adamson High School he compiled an enviable coaching record as his proteges swept to several state track crowns. When Noah returned to North Texas, he found Eagle track stock at a low ebb. With patience and average material he bol- stered it to its pre-war greatness as Eagle cindermen captured the Border Olympics, the Southwest Recreation Meet, and the Texas Relays two years running. But last year in a torrid battle the East Texas Lions nosed out the Noahmen in a close battle for LSC honors. The wily wizard of the cinder paths has had tremendous success in getting the most from his material. From everywhere they have come to run for North Texas and "Pop" Noah. Un- der his track-weathered eye, the future track eminence of NT appears to be assured-reminiscent of the greatness of the Rideouts, the Browns, and Williamses. PAGE 137 ,,1ifFl,iege,?r,,,.x fsgkwwl af, tra WINTON E. "PoP" NOAH sa .E ' he-1 as M, . aa, ,,,, 53. V SYS i my "ffm Li +.J'fWf,L W ' X has it , . .'1Ei.G?i,SwHf', im' if . .,- it "W L+. . . ,wi -Q, ,- ir i I fu. ,ay-,Y . M . . ,t ,wg,,s,,V:, s Sftgixl Y as A . r . . f' ' 'S , ' 13 " t f ...,,,.,N ,gm X with V A , ML'- ww ijt ' . .M ,,, ,, ff- ,,,,s,i,, i i, U 'N R A, ' 4 iii 'S li X 3 ' Wx S , te- 'fl ' . Q2 Vi f' ' - . Q' ff i Sv , - , Lal, , A gy .af ,s 11- ..,g'Q1s:1mgs . ' ,X Qt 2,37 1 ,gsm mfg, i , ,' rerageaim is , - rii"6iiQ::'- ' 1i,,".. ',,Vi' 2fI' W, 1 , a- it J .. e .- ll li Xfllislli- E. " 1 . Nl' " Mis 45: . T . - v . -i it , an in Mvtsrset. R, ,af .ge ,X L T. l , ' ' 'H 5"2f'Q." : fl 1. . ' 1 e it-x,."fi -' . . - 5- is - ,. 4 4, K " V 115, '. -, ' 251- I , ' ' ' - ,N- f it ' 1 ' Z. aff' .w r 'me ez A -.- 'v-- : . 4 3' 'V-' 4, ' - ' , at -' rg, ',, f Il :Ji gtl .Lf , 1 7 V 1, .-13' V 'f-if .ff seals 3 L-vs, . -1 f 1, . . ,' ' '-.-'iw ' -' Q: 4,731 -. ' " 1 it ff' . .- 1 . + e' , " 1. ' rr., 'r as ' 4.5 -..., ' Eagle tmckmen get important briefing from Crmclo Noela before meet with TCU. One of the underlying factors in Eagle track successes in 1949 was the wealth of freshman material at the disposal of Coach Noah. In the events weakened by earlier graduation of NT track stars they filled in to perfection. The 440-yrd relay squad, undefeated in two years, was strengthened by Jerome Zabojnik, Charles Teague, and Ray Renfro. All three were good for points in the shorter sprints, and formed a potent combination with Dan Brown in the mile relay event. Wee Willie Lowe and Don Edwards lent timely assistance, garnering valuable points in the longer runs. Burley james Brewer was a tower of strength in the shot and discus events. PAGE 138 V. he if Q s Bicepr Brewer grunt: and granny in the .rbot throw. NT'r .rmr frerlaman miler Donidwarcir in a fart jiuirb. 14 letterlnen and great crop of freshman talent bolstered theTl949 track team There are tbe rmrr of Pop N oabhf cinfler team who carried the NT banner in the dark and relay eventr. BACK: Ladish, Farrell, Woods, Brown, Marvel. BACK: Smith, Ladish, Marvel, Brown. FRONT: White, Fitzhugh, Combs, Abbey. FRONT: Zabojnik, Renfro, Teague, Howell. TIACK PAGE 139 H ll .F if R 1-A XAS The Mmclet and Javelin cliviiion: Johnny Koonce. ". . .I knew I Jh0Zlld71!i have had that lar! beer." The 1949 track season has slipped into history but it will leave pleasant memories for Coach Pop Noah and the avid track followers of North Texas. Aided by some great freshman talent, the Eagles got off to a flying start against the Frogs from TCU. Then the Feathered Flock headed south for the Border Olympics at Laredo and beat the best Texas had to offer in the college division. One week later they repeated at Fort Worth's Southwest Recreation Meet. Disaster overtook the Noahmen at the Texas Relays but the setback had no visible effects. The following week the Eagle cindermen humbled the Howard Payne Yel- lowjackets and the TCU Horned Frogs in a triangular meet in Denton. HALF-MILERS AND MILERS-BACK: Hallum, Pruitt, HURDLERS, HIGH AND BROAD JUMPERS-BACK: Sparks, Young, Nichols. FRONT: Lowe, Gill, Young, Ed- Carley, Fowler, Ponder, Robertson. FRONT: Wfallace, Grun- wards, Meitzen, Rabbe. dy, Farnbro. PAGE 140 Freyhonan-varsity competition bringf out .fweat and ftmin... ...not to mention trigger-fmt jinisbex. The freslunan-varsity track meet previewed eagle prospects for the 1950 cinder year FIELD MEN: Harrington, johnson, Slack. HALF-MILERS AND MILERS-BACK: Young, Sparks Edwards, Gill. FRONT: Meitzen, Lowe, Young, Rabbe. PAGE 141 0 eagles eop S reereatwn meet NT .rprinlmen move in on left leg of 440-yard race. extra pointx in S W Recreation Meet. 1' Champion: in the 440-relay event: Zabojnik, Teague, Renfro, and Howell. H zlrdlerf Curley and Fowler provide Eagle: with PAGE 142 7- If. ' 4 . Ladirly bnrnr np cinder patio in 220-yard darn event. Grundy .rlaowr cbanzpionrlaip form in clearing high jump bar. NT tracksters got off to a flying start in 1949 by winning the college divis- ion laurels in the Border Olympics at Laredo. The feat was duplicated at the Southwestern Recreation Meet in Fort Worth. Next came the Texas Relays and the Eagles slipped a notch in the face of stiff national competition. A tri- angular meet with Howard Payne and TCU saw the thinly clads pile up a commanding 87M points to the Jackets' 58 and the Frogs llyq. As the YUCCA went to press Coach Pop Noah had an optimistic eye on the Kansas and Drake Relays as well as the LSC championship. Flying rpiker find way for Fanzbroif A rtrong jinirh for 440-yard relay team by Anclaorrnan Zabojnik. long broad jump efort. PAGE 143 FIRST ROW, left to right: Joe Conrad, Jimmy Thomas, Buster Reed, Gerald Waterhouse, Roy Waterliouse, Fieldon Williams. SECOND ROW: Charles Rogers, Gene Towry, Palmer Lawrence, A. Triggs, jr., Bill Houck, L. M. Crannell, Billy Maxwell. golf.. QM x '3l. 4 - .1 I p 5+ 'C I Q. . -fig . .. A W e ' f yr r V, E, T' , I- COACH FRED COBB 7 Hx,- Jl ,A i ,.-, - 0 rx 4 PAGE 144 Southwest golf experts have predicted that the 1949 edition of North Texas' golfing Eagles will be right around the top when the National Intercollegiate competition is completed in Ames, Iowa, this summer. State and national recognition is nothing new to NT linksmen who have been the terror of Southwest golf ever since Coach Fred Cobb began coaching the team several years ago. Bolsterecl by five lettermen from the great 1948 squad, the Eagles have already sounded a warn- ing by steady preseason play that stacks them up as strong contenders for the national title. The Cobbmen took the measure of the University of Houston early this spring and then later beat everything the big Southwest Conference schools had to offer at the Southwest Recreation Meet in Fort Worth. In addition to a sizzling 5-4 triumph over Arkansas U. golfers, the Eagles have dem- onstrated great form in various exhibition matches in and around Denton. , ' -PM vac -fx-4 "gf: rqfieaf '- I5 'A '-. 'rw -.-up ,-,Q ,ff f X L L. M. CRANNELL PALMER LAWRENCE five lettermen and brilliant newcomers give added strength to title hopes of 1949 Eagle golf team JIMMY THOMAS GENE TOWRY BUSTER REED if . 3' . Nh- -'l PAGE 145 Eagle leather .fwzngerr round mio .rlmpe before Hardin-Simmon: boutr. b ax I n north texas boxing squad compiles g . record in winning tetun and Boxing, a sport given little of the NT lime- light in previous years, became a major drawing card in 1948 as a power-laden Eagle squad blasted its way to wins in six of eight meets. During the season the Dinkle-coached glovers dropped the Hardin College Indians and McNeese College of Louisiana twice each. Other wins included tiifs with the Cameron Aggies and the Hardin-Sim- mons Cowboys. A loss and a tie was also chalked up in fights with the Cameron mittmen. Four members of the Eagle team had to fight each other in the Dallas Golden Gloves tourna- ment when competition became scarce in the championship bouts. Tough johnny O'Glee cap- tured the middleweight title in Dallas and went on to win the Texas Golden Gloves crown. The slugging NTexan, who also holds the Southwest AAU title, was stopped in the Chicago Golden Gloves tournament. jackie Wfoodruif and James Taylor, two other stellar ring vets, added more prestige to NT by great showings in the Dallas and state meets. PAGE 146 AAJIX., 157 Ski . 'Nl-. LI, .J if ,.....f JACKIE WOODRUFF ALTON CALHOUN JACK GUNTER near-perfect lnitt '- individual honors WALTER TROTTER, lefl 1 BULLY GILSTRAP, right JOHNNY O'GLEE MARVIN KENSEY JAMES BAILEY PAGE 148 "Docie Do" if the thing in WRA-rpomo-red fqzzare dancer. Active North Texas coeds find fertile ground for their athletic talents in the Women's Recreation Association program. Under the Sponsorship of Miss Rita Pilkey of the Physical Education faculty, the recreation group initiates all of 12 games and sports. In Harriss Gym and in the recreation park coeds take part in tennis, badminton, soccer, volleyball, softball, basketball, tumbling, fencing, and modern dancing. Other activities include horseback riding, bowl- ing, and picnic outings at Lake Dallas. WRA girlr jump for ball in lmrketball tipof. ". ...mfe! Why ya blind Tom-:fre never laid a band on me! PAGE 149 ,.f - .uhm "Flu ., -we .Q i, g , ,J --1-X, H... . Tumbling ,vtrengtlaem mzuclef Home of tlaemj of athletically inclined girls Home of tbemj. activities of womenis recreation association offer coeds wide range of pleasure . . from foils to weiner roasts A -rough-mzcl-tumble game of volleyball keep! Picnicf at Lake Dallax-for WRA galx. 100112212 in gfwfi "f0W12." PAGE 150 1 fi- 1, . . 'r 1 " 'E -le! aw -,jf 4 f fr-ff .. r. .- . . . .-f ,. 1 q - i 'Ch .Ji-6 : ,Q 1.5 Wa-T ,fa,i15"' ' Tbir ir cl racket if you have the guts. The WRA is organized to give college girls an opportunity to indulge in sports and lighter activities. The program contributes to the physical fitness of the individual, increases knowledge of various activities, develops and improves skills, and fosters good fellowship and sportsmanship. Officers of the association are Mary Frances McKay, President, Ina Mary Hayes, Vice-Presi- dentg Patsy Boren, Secretary-Treasurer, Maurine Cashion, Reporter. Sports managers are janet Thigpen, tennis, Beverly Ball, archery, Bertie Williamson, volley- ball, Anna jo Dupree, field hockey, Betty Abbey, basketball, Allegra Richardson, softball, Gwen Roberson, tumbling, Louise Arnold, bowling, Ann Mosely, badminton, Maxine Winn, modern dance, and Betty Paul, square dance. Bacimivzlmz im? .rn bad when played like tbir. "C'm01z, Ge1zevie11e-rock 'eff' PAGE 151 A .'.1,,1g:g1g..,5 sf'f ' jf 5 M . ' -:- 5-H ' fs" L Mk-',' 'Q . . V, s,,..':-izp, .Z -wi li-l-1' fi We came kr Z7 01772 fexds l 4-1-Z X! gf 'H H Q A xfxfvxf- W -.i N itil va' 'nj 1 1 'illlll i 3 in I i " -1 - "ll ,nf 'lkXXiiimm'1 l Q 3 Classes. . . Tradition has dictated that the college be a place of study and in tellectual growth as well as an out let for the social amenities which support the closely knit college so ciety. Although the years bring new faces, new ideas and new ideals to the campus, the demands of tradition and doting parents remain the same Our system of higher education is still judged by the knowledge and philosophy which it instills in the minds of students. academies The whole human race, with all its problems and complexities, forms the backbone of study by students of the social sciences. From the theory of basic business economics to the exciting study of criminology, social science majors move in a sweeping circle of world events. . .in the past, present, and future. Use of visual aids, student participation, and eye- level discussion of current problems makes today's social sciences some- thing more than "requirements for a degree." PAGE 154 v -45 4 .. fm .KE-"'f..5E24?S , .ffl 1 5 ,f 1 N4 fp, 0 .FW F512 1 I7 x . w rf J 'gn gil' -7 ' M f. gif' . 'fxfv 19.1 f ' ff- wh, Egy- .,, -... Q14 , if r f ff ' ' f I3'3Q?li' 2 VT' 1 , , 4, k . Y 'Wffm 9- 'ff wil .W , ' ',2J3fSS3?' ' MS:-1 V 'Q A .4 ' ' " ff Y ,. Q -1,1 ' "sf 7 rf 'EEA " , 15 i 3- i A . ' 'N 5 S . LN E55 ' ' 4 ,mg '-M' , V- H K ffk Riiifw li V E - ' ' ' ,self Z' .lv Q, fr' ---'if 25' fy? I , tv-"4 V ' J if f' 5: ' n ,, ' - , -' ,.g- -,-' ' ' ' ,. ' "ma f " ' -1" .. 1 . 4 Q, . --V V I N V,, , , , H -:4?.J.+. gy- ww: L., NAV' W' ' ,.s ., .f ,: , ,ig ' gg - K fini - Q? 5' 11 su 'W . 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The student who wishes to keep up with the dynamic business world may implement these basic courses with advanced study in the helds of banking and finance, retailing, mer- chandising art, insurance, management, hotel and restaurant administration, personnel administration, and secretarial science. An on-the-job program is offered to give practical field training. A PAGE 156 Although the college's curriculum has been expanded greatly to meet the changing needs of the years, its high reputation as one of the national leaders in teacher education remains unchallenged. NT graduates are thoroughly tested in the teacher proving grounds of Demonstration High School Caboveb. Be- fore being allowed to practice teaching, students must fulfill all the degree requirements of the School of Education and must complete hours of observa- tion in classes of their chosen fields. PAGE 157 education Ii... fxi , F" 'aff' Q' Y .9 l A, ' ilwxf ,iy 14 fit. LF-W' ,faff y 4 .film -1 el home economics In its child development and nursery school training, the School of Home Economics is endeavoring to provide the right kind of person, skilled in child psychology, to take part of the burden of child care from the shoulders of busy parents. Here students work with the child to study his growth, development, and behavior patterns. These invaluable ob- servations and experiences prepare the student for important service in municipal and industrial school projects which have assumed new sig- nificance in recent years. PAGE 158 Machines of all kinds Clike the metal lathe abovej are standard equip- ment in the advanced general machine shop of the Industrial Arts De- partment. Studies include the use of the lathe, drill press, shear grinders and other metalworking machines. As part of the extensive technical training, students must learn various setups and operations for shaping, grinding, milling, drilling and development of small machines and tools. The department offers 54 specialized courses leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Arts. PAGE 159 industrial arts K , 1 .J in , , 9 FQ., ,L .535 ' gg...- ww' sriw - W . .9 W -al' a- :Ile SSEL 4 5 .xszfs 'lbs' u, ,V ws, 3 K N , 1 W-9:'m?E.w 1 F03 f'g '.F,' gk w-Lazy. 11 lu .wiiym aw ,gg My www -fy. M 1 .vw M, xi: ,Q 4 .5 ,, .iszif-' ,AX , A J , .mi H 2- df, "5s?2saa K "--w,.. ff ' 1 V' . , ,, . ' Q .V f-iii I ,, NHL "5 'L -gr . W' .. 3,1 V K- . . ,, ' . 1 Q sm .':' :f ' - , v ,,.- - 3 . Mfg ,. V ' 'E v ' 5' na . A - .Jn ?' "Qian Y .11 K n 'l - xia A -V W 5 1, xg, wx ' - t.'.1.z '- V ' J: , ' - L we Y , QEWK M., 51g,,'v 1 as 'M ' 1-A. - 41 - ' - . - 5 5 gif' . sew w 1 .AL 5 I 110 Xa . X A, f fx, X I A' kk f 1 E- Y 5 w, j pp x 1 ' 4 IS sm 1 M1 T? I new 1 k 1 1 1 A11 f .-1 1, 1 V55 sX N 15? 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' A A Hfg, ' 'V 1 ,315 , All-35 lg U 4' My lwql N Q ff H M ff' f ' M - ' NH NE? . . 1 Bef, 5 ,,,' 55555 "'fEgg'25 'A :MS A . .. W w.. g H nga ,-. A .a my N-w.r WM .Y--'r V r I - 1' 'f x P .iii E -' K tv X gh X X E . 1 1 fa. C' H as gr AFFVF, . A ly . gi . 3 - ' lf .' .altlma f E A 'Y Hy if ,Af ' A' X Y I e rv 'A 'J The make-up problem, a top consideration in stage craftsmanship, is given much attention by the speech department in its dramatic arts program. Valu- able training in play producing and acting, playwriting, stage design and light- ing, costuming, and make-up prepares students for careers in teaching as well as drama .... The highlight of many very successful years in debate competi- tion came last year when the North Texas debate team won the National Championship at West Point. PAGE 165 speech 9' 1 N' .ii it 1 Q H .ii ' W-N1 will - ' 1 '-r' f - fa-xt -, v - vu E H tttnn 4 P N yyyyy mg H 5,5 Q Ng . I , , V M , . , Sewage BENJAMIN B. HARRIS B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Dean of Aciminifmztion As a result of an administrative re-organiza- tion of the college in 1946, the office of Dean of the College became known as the office of Dean of Administration, a position now held by Dr. B. B. Harris. Dr, Harris has been a member of the faculty since 1916 when he came to the college as an instructor in agricul- ture and biology. He served as director of the department of biology from 1924 until 1934 when he was named Dean of the College. Dr. Harris holds the B.Sc. degree from South Carolina A8cM, the M.S. degree from Ohio State University, and the PhD. from the Uni- versity of Texas. PAGE 166 df" attata, 1, ara-1 Y ,,aw,.. -1, V , ' 1 . TZ' 11 .1 ei 1 - 'ww 145.65 H H ws. .f W. JOSEPH MCCONNELL B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Prerident of the College For nearly 15 years the administrative course of NTSC has been guided along the path of sound education by a strong, firm hand-that of President W. J. McConnell. joining the fac- ulty of the college in 1916 as an associate pro- fessor of mathematics, President McConnell served in that capacity until 1919 when he was named director of the department of economics. He was Dean of the College from 1923 until 1954 when he succeeded to the college presi- dency following the death of Robert L. Mar- quis. President McConnell holds the B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Denver and the Ph.D. from Columbia University. He is the fourth president of the college since it became a state institution in 1899. WILLIAM G. WOODS B.A., M.A. Dean of Men One of the newcomers to the college admin- istrative staff is William G. Woods, present Dean of Men. The youthful administrator, he is 42, assumed his duties in February of last year when Theron J. Fouts resigned to devote his full time to duties as director of college ath- letics and the physical education department. Dean Woods holds the B.A. degree from NTSC and the M.A. degree from SMU. He has served on the summer faculty since 1950 and on the regular staff since 1957. From 1940 to 1941 he was a member of the faculty at the Univer- sities of Michigan and Chicago. IMOGENE BENTLEY B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Dem of Women The all-important job of looking after the colleges hundreds of young women belongs to Dr. Imogene Bentley, Dean of Women. Com- ing to North Texas in the summer of 1943, Dr. Bentley was associate professor of English un- til the following year when she was named Dean of Women. She served previously as professor of Spanish and English at Paris Jun- ior College from 1954 until 1941. From 1941 until 1945 she was Dean of the College at that institution. Dr. Bentley holds the B.A. degree from East Texas State Teachers College, and the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from George Peabody College. PAGE 167 V MR. DIXIE BOYD MR. ROBERT CALDWELL C 0 mpzfroller-Treamrer Bzrrinen Manager DR. ALEX DICKIE Regixtrar MR. E. H. FARRINGTON Director of Placement administrators MR. JOE SKILES Bmirzexy Manager CResigned after fall termb DR. J. L. KINGSBURY MR. ROBERT MCCLOUD Curator of the Mzuerrm Director of N ewf Service Jill., I 9,4 ' H ix Y ' 7" 5' board of regents The seven state colleges are governed by a common Board of Regents. This committee is made up of lawyers, doctors, business men, and just plain citizens, in their hands rests the final authority insofar as college administra- tion is concerned. To them is inttusted the welfare of the vast plants of these centers of higher learning. Theirs is a difficult and thankless task, and they should be complimented for their efforts. Miss Emma Mae Brotze, a graduate of North Texas and principal of Mar- shall junior High School, was appointed to the board by Governor Beauford H. Jester this year. She succeeded S. A. Kerr, Jr. H. K. Mills and Newton S. Harrell were reappointed to the board. Other members of the board now serv- ing unexpired terms include William Kerr, president, Sallie Ward Beretta, V. A. Collins, Melvin C. Eidson, R. L. Thomas, and Walter F. Woodul. Miss Brotze and Mr. Kerr are not pictured below. TOP ROW S A Kerr Jr R. L. Thomas, Mrs. Sallie Ward Beretta, Melvin C. Eiclson. SECOND ROW Newton S Harrell, Hubert L. Mills, Walter F. Woodul, V. A. Collins. PAGE 169 I l I 2 , A, Me 6 I' V l A , ' 5 VIRGIL GATES HARRY HEFLIN JACK HUDGINS CHARLES LAWHON I 'ii I ,I rn ,gf 4 I Hx 11, ISABEL ELLIS BILL TURNER JUNE MANDEVILLE BILL COURY O. L. DAVIS, JR. the second session of the senate of the u.s.n.t.s.e. added new laurels to the already estab- lished reputation of the . ROBERT LYNCH student senate TOM WILLIS J. L. BASS PENNY COFFEY PAGE 170 ' ?fy..'JT ff 1 FSF, fa " It' - - . 'H ' If --:-N " ,IL-f-.5. -,, - ri: ww. , , 't.f'.. .M L., - . . .A -jg., T A ,.:.,:: .,, ,E,, fl . !' 2 " 5 555 15144 L W 4 Z if . - ij : ,L-l:'.24...'-ff Q "eff s, L' it ivan! '. -bflfguf :"4-',55- ""' x, fiiff ' -5"'1- U ff ...Jus 13- . :1 1 . 'J' .,,1-V, -A ,..,,. I Q r , .4 If JACK COX BILL JACK EVANS JIMMIE LAWSON BOB LEWIS W-aw e-J L fx JOE DUKE FERN KIMMEY BILL LEAVELL C. L. PETTIT 1 1- J 4 .Lf U I , W X , .Q-J bg f, x -Hs.. J " , .tc -,l A 5,25 W: - ' 'Ki-1 , 4 ue, ii JOHN RIC-PGS NVESLEY SMITH CARL ABBEY TOM FRENCH The Student Senate is a legislative entity...an organization of campusites empowered by students to act as liaison between student and faculty. It is not a government but a self-governing body which endeavors to make known the wants of the student to the administrator. It suggests and modiliesg it promotes and advocates, but more important, its legislative function provides for both the collegian and faculty member the proving ground for harmonious relations. JACK GRAY SHIRLEE HENSLEE JERRY SEIDENFELD JESS INSALL ' V-1 is fs-.Q 1 K v-sd PAGE 171 7 I , Ayr-. it ,T NI u. s.n. t.s. e. offieers . . elected in the spring of 1948 . . . the first officers of the newly fornted student government DICK BARNEBEY, P1'G.l'i62i61Z1f Student government became a reality in 1948 after several years of un- certain fate and decision. Witli it came a closer relationship between faculty and student, proving that student government is workable if its backers are JOYCE GRAY, Vice-Preridmr sincerely interested in the progress of the school. Administrative changes such as the new class absence system, and other manifestations of student- faculty cooperation are direct results of this Progressive government concept. MARCUS HICKERSON, fI'ren.rurer ELISE MORTENSON, Senate Clerk LEE JONES, Serretary x - if i l vi ' PAGE 172 -5. Ziff 71 L N.-f . .Wr- f' vw' ' 1 ' -www -L ii SBE ' . 1 ,,, . .sex X BILI. NEALE, Prexizlem BILL PENKER, Vice-Prexiclem 0 graduate class offzcers PAT OCHSENBEIN, T'rea.rurer BETTY SUE HACKETT, Secretary WWTF'-I f:nixP N,5 ? .' w-:QQ . 4-f A J Y 5 E PAGE 175 T gm IMI? Y ,LL V pu: .gg gggm - 12:-W. L N iii' P i wr Y I 125- 'f mmm 1-11' A PAUL HACKETT, Preyizlent ROGER GUESS, Vice-Preficlevzt senior eluss offieers BETTY STEWART, Secretary PAT AMMON, Treasurer a PAGE 174 SANDY MCCULLAR, P1'e.ridenz MARTHA LEN HENDERSON, Secretary SUE PERRYMAN, Vice-Prefiflevzt junior eluss offieers PAGE 175 SHIELDS MITCHELL, Preyiziem JAMES SHIFLETT, Vice-Prexirlem C sophomore class offzcers LOU MARTIN, Sewfelary NATALIE HAMMACK, Trearurer V PAGE 176 1 FRED COFFEY, President JAMES BERRY, Vice-Prwirlent O freshman class officers EVE ELROD, Secretary RUTH STEVENS, Treamrer PAGE 177 Lou ELLEN ALLISON Dallas Phi Sigma Alpha. MILES EDWARD ANDERSON Waxahachie Alpha Chig Sigma Phi Nug Mathematics Club. ALBERT BAKER Tolar Gammadion Societyg House Presidents Clubg Mathematics Clubg W. N. Masters Chemical Societyg A.C.S. Affiliate Chapter, Pres. '47g Alpha Chig Delta Sigma Delta. ROBERT BUCKNER BAKER Olney G.I.X. ROBERT F. BENDER DGIIIOH Alpha Chig Alpha Lambda Pig Pi Omega Pig Phi Delta Kappa, Pres. '48-'49. JAMES THOMAS BARNET1' Weatherford l' ll graduate school For the college graduate who wants a fur- ther peek at higher education, the Graduate School of the college is providing one of the finest curricula in the Southwest. A high repu- tation achieved in the past by exacting require- ments and minute attention to individual in- tellectual growth has given the graduate divis- ion a stature comparable to that of many larger and "richer" schools. JACK JOHNSON, BA., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of the Graduate School CLARENCE BIVENS Fort Worth E. D. Criddle Historical Society, Pres. '48g Phi Alpha Thetag International Relations Clubg F. T. A.g Who's Who Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges. CARL B. BOLIN Alvin Phi Mu Alpha, Pres. '47g Phi Delta Kappag Pi Kappa Lambdag Alpha Chig Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Collegesg Gam- madion Societyg Symphony Orchestrag Concert Bandg Grand Chorusg Stage Band. PAUL BOUREK Clarkson, Nebraska OLETHA BRANNAN Indian Gap Pi Omega Pig E. D. Criddle Historical Societyg International Relations Club, Sec. '48g Phi Alpha Theta. JAMES BRANDON Farmersville Trojansg Alpha Lambda Pig Alpha Chig Mathematics Club. CI-IALMERS BURKE Denton Trojans, Sec. '47g Political Economy Club. 5: PAGE 178 BERNARD F. CHRISTENSON Waterville, Kansas Industrial Arts Club, Treas. Fall '-48349. FLOYD W. COKBNDOLPHER Cl1lC0 International Relations Clubg F. T. A. JOE A. COQUAT Oakville P.E. Professional Clubg "T" Clubg Track '43, '-46. JOHN COULTAS Enumclaw, Wash. Beta Beta Betag Teaching Fellow. MACONA Cox Gainesville CLIFFO JEAN DAVIS Collinsville CATHERINE DAWSON Wichita Falls Mathematics Clubg W. N. Masters Chemical Societyg Gammadion Societyg Jr. and Sr. Mary Arcleng Symphony Orchestrag Sigma Delta Pig Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chi. JEAN DILLARD Waco Sigma Delta Pig Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pig House Presidents Club, Who's Who in N.T. l MRS. JEWELL LIGON DOUTHIT Lueders ARNOLD DYsoN Houston Roy G. ELDERS Weatherford Sigma Tau Delta, Vice'Pres. '-473485 Alpha Chi. AMY EMBRY Denison XINA EVANS Texarkana A Cappella Choirg Vice-Pres. of Marquis Hall. WALLACE GLENN FRAZIOR Jacksboro BILL GALE Denton Alpha Phi Omegag Varsity Showg Geezlesg Mr. North Texas, Track '47g Swimming '46, '47, '48, Modern Dance Club, P.E. Profes- sional Club. ANTONIO GARCIA Denton Teaching fellowg Alpha Chi, Who's Who in N.T.g Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Collegesg Delta Alpha Delta. THOMAS VIRGIL GATES Huntington Alpha Chig Political Economy Clubg Grati- uate Senator. MARTIN GERBER Denton W. N. Masters Chemical Societyg Alpha Chig Mathematics Club. BILLY JOE GRIFFIN Sherman P. E. Professional Club. BETTYE SUE HACKETT Denton League of Women Voters, Director '48-'49g Political Economy Club, E. D. Cridclle His- torical Societyg Secretary of Graduate Class. DAISY HAYNES - Kilgore WAYNE HENDRICK McKinney Mathematics Club. GLORIA JUNE HENsI-IAW Kilgore Sigma Tau Deltag Sr. Mary Ardeng F. T. A.g Kappa Theta Pi. THOMAS L. HICKS Little Rock, Ark. graduate school """'i'f PAGE 179 WALTER DILLON HOLLAND McKinney JOE H. HOLLER Wichita Falls Geezles. HEWELL H. HOWELL Daingerheld JACK W. HUDGINS Dallas Pi Phi Pig Phi Mu Alphag Acesg Senator of Graduate Classg Symphony Orchestra. GLADYS HUDGINS Krum Beta Beta Betag Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chip W. N. Masters' Chemical Societyg Pi Phi Beta, Pres. '45, '46g Sr. C.L,C.g T. C. Math- ematics Clubg Who's Who in Biology. SAMUEL M. JOHNSON Dallas Ides Clubg International Relations Clubg Mathematics Club. - DONALD JONES Graham Alpha Lambda Pig Young County Club. WM. T. KAMENITSA Youngstown, Ohio G.I.X. Y i JESSE LAFFERTY Beaumont WILLIAM J. MIDDLETON Denton W. N. Masters Chemical Societyg Alpha Chi, Treas. '48-'49 VERN LANE Jacksboro LUCY JOYCE MILLER Port Arthur B L ILL EE Houston ALLEN MYERS Denton Talons. ROBERT W. PEEL Denton JESSE LOONEY Demon Psi Chi National Honor Societyg Intercol- Gammadion Societyg Mathematics Clubg Ai- pha Chi. PAT MCCONNELL Tulia Sigma Alpha Iotag Beethoven Choirg A Cap- pella Choirg Opera Workshop. JUNE MANDEVILLE Dallas YOLANDA MARTINEZ Bogota, Colombia, S. A. BILL IVIEAD Chico legiate Mental Hygiene Society, Pres. '48g Teaching Fellowg Psi-Chi Local. JOHN E. PERKINS Raymondville SIDNEY K. PEVETO Irving Gammadion Societyg Dallas Clubg F. T. A.g E. D. Criclclle Historical Societyg Phi Alpha Theta, Pres. '48-'49, WILLIAM D. PITMAN Denton Falconsg Alpha Lambda Pi. REX PRIOR Ft. Worth Mathematics Clubg N.T.A.C. Club. PAGE 180 ,. 4 JENNY RUTH REED DONALD RICHMOND RAOUL RICHARDSON International Relations '48-549. LAVON P. RICHARDSON CHARLES M. ROBERTS New Orleans, La. Club, Olney Marshall -Pres. Fort Worth Denton Concert Bandg Symphony Orchestrag Acesg Great Chorus. JACK ROBERTSON Blytheville,Ark. Political Economy Club. MRS. EDWARD ROESCH Santa Anna EDWARD LEO ROLAN Clifton Springs, N. Y. MRS. MARY RUDD Slidell JACK COLEMAN SANDSBERRY Paris Quintillian Clubg College Playersg Paris Club, V.-Pres. '47g Sigma Tau Delta, V.- Pres. '48g Alpha Chi. OLGA BORTH SAULS Demon Mary Ardeng College Chorusg Pan American Forumg Elementary Council. GENE SCI-IOLL Malakoii' Symphony Orchesttag International Relations Clubg Campur Clmtf Aces. BILLIE MARIE SEALY San Saba Alpha Chig Sigma Tau Deltag Sigma Delta Pi, V.-Pres. '48. OWEN TWAYNE SI-IIPP, JR. Lueders Alpha Phi Omegag Pi Phi Pig Industrial Arts Club, V.-Pres. '47g F.T.A.g Phi Delta Kappa. THOMAS M. STONE Laird Hill Tulia MRS. LLOYD TALIAFERRO Sigma Alpha Iotag Alpha Chig Phi Kappa Lambdag A Capella Choir. graduate school PAGE 181 KENNETH TIMKEN DCHIOII Falcons, Pres. '48g Basketball '-443453 Gam- madion Society, Pres. '45g Alpha Chi. JACK L. THURMAN Denton Industrial Arts Clubg Beta Alpha Rho Betag Phi Delta Kappa. ELMER WARD Velasco C. KENNETH WEsT Fort Worth W. N. Masters Chemical Society. BILL WORKMAN Wichita Falls Alpha Phi Omegag Mathematics Club, Pres. '47-'48g XWho's Who at N.T. JAMES A. WIGGINS Cleveland, Miss. KIMEROUGH WILLIAMS Denton Phi Alpha Thetag E. D. Cridclle Historical Societyg International Relations Club. LOUIS V. URANGA Alpine Oclam Philosophyg Sigma Delta Pig Wesley Foundationg Graduate Club. hol - ura I-A., N i i I Y 'QC-f ' 4 the alle e of arts FLOYD STOVALL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Director of lbe Department of English Dean of the College of Arif and Science: CORA ELDER STAFFORD BENJAMIN BEE HARRIS GWYNN SILVEY JACK JOHNSON BS., M.A., Ph.D. B.SC., M.SC., Ph.D. B.S,, M.A., Ph.D. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Af! Biology Science Ecouomicx ii ,gm . E, I 'IT' SAMUEL BERTRAM MCALISTER LEWIS WILLIAM NEWTON CECIL EUGENE SHUFORD AUTHUR MCCULLOUGH SAMPLBY B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.A., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Government H irtory Jourmzlifm Library Service PAGE 182 nd sciences Liberal education is a term so encompassing, so sweeping in scope that words of description are but empty, hollow characters that do little but add to the complexity of its character. To its pursuit is dedicated more time, study, and energy than to any other division of higher HENERY DANNELLEY WALTER HANSEN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Foreign Language: G6UgWI7bJf education. To this task, also, the College of Arts and Sciences is dedicated. The division's primary function is to provide the intellectual discipline and cultural experiences that are es- sential to a liberal education. Yet, the normal program offers opportunities for specialization as well as a general education. It equips S01- dents with the necessary tools of learning for work in professional schools, for teaching, for certain types of professional work, and for grad- uate study and research. A Bachelor of Arts degree is offered for majors in art, English, for- eign languages, journalism, speech, economics, sociology, geography, government, and history. The Bachelor of Science degree is conferred for work in the field of science, biology, chem- istry, physics, mathematics, and library service. Today, 95 permanent trained instructors and 38 teaching fellows serve in the division which is housed in the Administration, Historical, Sci- ence, and Manual Arts Buildings, and the Li- brary. WALTER HANSEN LOUIS LIONEL MILLER OLIVE MCCLINTIC JOHNSON A.B., A.M., Ph.D. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.A., B.O., M.A. Maibematicx Pbyficr Speech PAGE 185 BETTIE ANN ADEN Paris Library Service - Paris Club, Pres. '48, McCracken Club, Al- pha Lambda Sigma, Pres. '48-'49. MILDRED ANDERSON Quanah Library Service BILL MADOX ASKEW Breckenridge Speech-Quintillian Club, Col- lege Players. BILLYE RUTH AUSTIN Sanger Library Service - McCracken Club, House Presidents Club, Alpha Lambda Sigma. JIM BAIN Ennis Interior Design-Newman Club, Psi Chi Club, Student Religious Council, A.P.O. DICK BARNEEEY San Antonio Government and English-U.S. of N.T.S.C., Pres., G.I.X., Pres., Trojan Social-Fraternity Coun- cil, Pres. '49, International Re- lations Club, Pre-Law Club, Po- litical Economy Club, Alpha Chi Omega, Voted Man of the Year at NT for 1948. JOHNNY MAC BARTON Kilgore Chemistry and,BiOlogy-W. N. Masters Chemical Society, Amer- ican Chemical Society, Kilgore Junior College Club. I 5 college of arts and seiences MOZELLE BASSETT Henderson Library Service-McCracken Club, Alpha Lambda Sigma. LOU BECKHAM Athens Journalism-Press Club, Pres. Summer '48, Student Senator, Summer '48, Campzzr Chat, As- sociate Editor, W.R.A. DOLORES BILYEU Dallas Psychology-Psi Chi. B. W BLALOCK 'D2lll2.S Art-YUCCA Stal? Photographer '47, '48, '49. DORIS GRACE BLUMMER Dallas Library Service-McCracken Club. RAYMOND O. BLUMMER, JR. Dallas Mathematics-W. N. Masters Chemical Society, F.T.A. MARVIN BOYD Dallas Spanish and Government-Sig ma Delta Pi, Pres. '48-'49, Gam- madion Society, College Players, International Relations Club. MARION BREWER Cameron Journalism-Phi Sigma Alpha, V.-Pres. '48, Press Club, Sec.- Treas. '48-'49, WOmen's Forum Council, Inter-Sorority Council, House Presidents Club. YVONNE BROEKER Wichita Falls Journalism - W. R. A., Press Club, International Relations Club. JOE W. BROOKS Ponder Mathematics-Pi Phi Pi. KELLY LEE BROOKS Pilot Point Physics-Pre-Law Club, Math- ematics Club. KENNETH BROOKS Guymon, Okla. Psychology DON BROOKSI-IIER Healdton, Okla. Advertising Art BOEEIE BRYAN A McKinney Advertising Art - International Relations Club, Alpha Rho Tau, Concert Band, Women's Choir, House Presidents Club. JUN E BRYAN Pattonville Journalism-Press Club, Paris Club. ANNETTE CALDWELL Marshall Journalism BOB H. CALLAWAY San Antonio Interior Design-F. T. A., Rep. '48-'49, Falcon, Sec. '42-'43. MAXYNE CAMMACK Longview Chemistry-W. N. Masters Chemical Society, Sec. '48-'49, Kilgore Junior College Club. JEAN CARLETON Fort Worth Psychology-Psi Chi. MAURINE CAsI-IION Carrollton Journalism-Sr. Mary Arden, Press Club, Sec. '47-'48, Modern Writers Club, Square Dance Club, Sec. '48, Campur Chat, Associate Editor Spring '48. RUBY RUTI-I CATE Van Alstyne Library Service PAGE 184 'wig' .pi Lu 4 I BOB CASTLEBERRY Denton Biology-Gammaclion Society. JOE PAULL CASTLEBERRY Vernon Art-Alpha Rho Tau, Pres. '48- '49g F. T. A.g E. D. Cridclle His- torical Society. EMILY CIRILO Houston Chemistry MARION COLE Frankston Biology ALVIS COLEMAN Mineola journalism-Press Club. MARSHALL COMBEST Celina Government-Pre-Law Club. ROBERT W. COON FortWorth Biology . . . class 0 JAMES H. COOPER Vernon Government-Trojan. ANN COSEY Cleburne Psychology-Camera Club, Sec. '46-'47g McCracken Clubg Lea- gue of Women Votersg Psi Chi, Sec. '48-'49. WILLIAM D. COURY Denton Government-Pi Phi Pi, Rep. Fall '48g Pre-Law Clubg Political Economics Clubg Student Sena- tor. ALEX COURTRE1' Itasca Mathematics BERNIECE COYLE Denton Speech-N. T. Bandg Quintil- lian Club. PATSY CROWE Olney Interior Design-Sr. C. L. C.g Alpha Rho Taug F.T.A. JANE WOLFE CUNNNINGHAM Amarillo Journalism-Press Club. MRS. EMILY KATE DAVIDSON Fort Worth Art-Gammadion Societyg Press Clubg Alpha Chig Alpha Rho Tau. CHARLES B. DAVIS Weatherford Mathematics GEORGE M. DAVIS Fort Worth Biology-Alpha Phi Omegag W. N. Masters Chemical Socie- ty. HOMER DAVIS New London Government--Pre-Law Club. O. L. DAVIS, JR. Lometa Government-Alpha Phi Ome- gag Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pi, V.-Pres. '48-'49g Phi Delta Kap- pag F. T. A.g Potential Pedago- guesg Debate Clubg College Playersg International Relations Clubg Quintillian Clubg Gamma- dion Societyg A.C.E.g Modern Writers Clubg Student Senator. JOE DAY, JR. McKinney Art-Alpha Rho Taug F.T.A. JOHN KEITH DELAY Lewisville Government-Pre-Law Clubg Po- litical Economy Clubg Interna- tional Relations Club. WILLIAM K. DIBBLE Carmine Journalism-Press Clubg G.I.X,g Business Manager of Publica- tions, '48-'49. CHARLES E. DICKEY Pottsboro Biology WARREN S. DILL Paris Biology-Paris Club. JOYCE DUCKWORTH Denison Spanish C. T. DUNN Marshall Chemistry - International Rela- tions Club. NORMAN NEVILL DURHAM Eastland Biology-W. N. Masters Chem- ical Societyg Mathematics Club. BRUCE ECORD El Paso English-Newman Clubg Press Club. f 949 ade - eco PAGE 185 h , B 5 CHARLSIE EDWARDS Littlefield Art FRED EDWARDS Denton journalism ARTHUR F. ENNIS Fort Worth Biology JACK FLORENCE Kilgore Chemistry-Kilgore Junior Col- lege Club. CLYDE FORD Dayton Economics JEANNE FRANKLIN Port Arthur Art-Alpha Rho Tau. LEE GAN NON Palestine Biology-Beta Beta Beta, Histo- rian '48-49g W. N. Masters Chemical Society, Alpha Chig Mathematics Club. college of arts and sciences JOHN GORDON Monahans Speech-Alpha Phi Omega, Col- lege Players, Radio Players, K. O. E. D.g Quintillian Clubg Track, '45, International Rela- tions Club. RICHARD GRANBERY Marshall Biology JOYCE GRAY Denton Speech-Jr. and Sr. Mary Ard- eng Delta Chi Delta, Parliamen- tarian '47, Pres. '49, Quintillian Club, College Players, Green jackets, Parliamentarian '47, Debate Club, Sec. '47, V-Pres. '48g Pi Kappa Delta, Sec.-Treas. '47g Gammadion Society, V-Pres. '47-'48, U.S. of N.T.S.C., V-Pres. '48-'49, Who's Who Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges. JAMES RANDOLPH GREEN Biology Frankston WELDON GRUNDY DCHIOH Economics C. E. GUINN Nocona Journalism-Press Club. BILL GUNSTEAD Eldorado journalism-Press Clubg Mc- Cracken Club, Rep. '48-'49. PAUL R. HACKETT Denton Economics-Pre-Law Club, Po- litical Economy Clubg Student Senatorg Who's Who Among Students in American Universi- ties and Colleges, Senior Class Pres. '48-'49, YUCCA Stafi, As- sociate Editor. MARY HAILEY Breckenridge Government-jr. and Sr. Mary Arcleng House President's Clubg Pre-Law Club. HORACE C. HALL Brownsboro Biology SAMUEL R. HALL Greggton Government DON A. HAMMOND Fort Worth Psychology BETTY SUE HARDAWAY Calvert Library Service - McCracken Club, Alpha Lambda Sigma. NORMA HARMAN Dallas Mathematics-Mathematics Club, Sec. '48-'49g W. N. Masters Chemical Society, Gammadion Society. ROBERT M. HEATON Port Arthur Chemistry JUANITA HENDERSON Bryson Advertising Art-Zeta Pi Gam- mag jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng Alpha Rho Taug YUCCA Beau- tyg Miss Varsity Nominee, Hal- lowe'en Queen Nominee. CARROLL F. HERRIOTT Denton Physics HERBERT M. HINCKLEY Dallas Biology VIRGINIA HOLMES Tu1sa,Okla. Advertising Art-N.T.A.C. Clubg Alpha Rho Taug Sr. Mary Arden, Camera Club, Bowling Club. HAROLD HOLLOWAY Cleburne Psychology - Psi Chi, Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pi. WALTER HOPKINS Fort Worth Biology PAGE 186 JOE HOUK Denton Mathematics JAMES ELDRIDGE HUMPHRIES, JR. Edgewood Biology-Pi Phi Pig A.P.O.g W. N. Masters Chemical Society. VELETA HUMPI-IREYS Tyler Library Service - McCracken Clubg F.T.A. JOYCE HUNTER Santa Anna Economics GLORIA JACKSON Beaumont Advertising Art-Zeta Pi Gam- mag YUCCA Stafig Alpha Rho Tau. B. F. JAMESON Slidell Mathematics-Mathematics Clubg W. N. Masters Chemical So- ciety. MARY BETH JONES Fort Worth Psychology-Sr. Mary Arden. LEN D. JORDAN Odessa Social Science JOHN HENRY JUENGERMANN Corsicana Psychology-Mathematics Clubg Square Dance Clubg Camera Club, Rep.g Psi Chi. MAXINE ELLIOTT KAMENITSA Vernon Journalism-Who'sWhoAmong Students in American Universi- ties and Collegesg YUCCA Staffg Campu: Chatf Psi Chig Press Clubg Jr. and Sr. Mary Arden. GERALD KIEL Nocona Mathematics - Gammadion So- cietyg Mathematics Clubg W. N. Masters Chemical Society. ZEDA FRANCES KING Beaumont BETTYE KOONCE Denton Advertising Art-Phi Sigma Al- phag Alpha Rho Tau. PAUL G. LANE Sherman Biology JACKIE LANGI-IAM Dallas Sociology-Zeta Pi Gamma. CHARLES LEE Seymour Mathematics ROBERT E. LEWIS Waxahachie Economics - G.I.X., Treasurer Spring '48g Political Economy Clubg Student Senatorg Pre-Law Clubg International Relations Clubg Trojans. DAN H. LINDSEY Wichita Falls DORIS JOHNSON Sherman English-Sigma Tau Delta, Sec. Ch9ml5ffY SPeeCh'-Debate Club, Pfes- ,48' '48-'49g House Presidents' Club. '49g Quintillian Clubg F.T.A.g Student Senator, Parliamentariang ELOISE KNOX Ponder JOE I-OFTIN Waco Fine Arts Committee. Speech Att . . . class of 94. PAGE 187 E . I L 5 . IF -Jil- '- VE LONDON Mathis Advertising Art-Phi Sigma Al- pha, Treas. '48g YUCCA Staff, Associate Editor '48g Alpha Rho Taug Press Club. ANNE LOONEY Denton Medical Technology JEAN T. MCBEE Dawson Speech-Quintillian Club. VIRGINIA CHERRY MCCANN Library Service Seymour ROBERT GENE MCIVER C Wichita Falls Biology -- Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pig W. N. Masters Chem- ical Societyg Beta Beta Betag Pi Phi Pig International Relations Club. LARK A. MCLEMORE Baytown Speech-College Playersg Quin- rillian Club. MARY FRANCES WOOD MCKAY Fort Worth Mathematics-Mathematics Clubg Modern Dance Clubg P. E. Pro- fessional Clubg W.R.A., Pres. '48-'49g B.S.U. Councilg Gam- madion Societyg Delta Psi Kap- pa, Cor. Sec. '47-'48, Chaplain '48-'49, edw - mek it ,, wi 4 JERRY E. MANCILL Menard Pre-Medical-Talonsg Social- Fraternity Council. PAUL MARANTO Port Arthur Journalism, History-Press Clubg Modern Writers Clubg Campus Clmtg YUCCA, Publications Corn- mittee. EDNA MARNOCK Dallas Biology-Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Sec.-Treas. '48-'-49g W. N. Masters Chemical Society. NAT GRAFTON MARTIN Mathematics Wichita Falls MRS. PAULINE MARTIN Spanish Gainesville DUDLEY B. MATI-IERS, JR. Dallas Psychology KENNETH A. MAY Josephine Journalism-Press Club, V.-Pres.g Modern Writers Clubg Camera Clubg International Relations Clubg Gammadion Societyg Cam- pm Claatg Student Senator. college of arts and sciences E. H. MEADOWS Decatur Education JACK MARTIN MILLER Longview Library S ervice -- Gammadion Societyg Alpha Chig Alpha Lamb- da Sigmag McCracken Club. JAMES CALVIN MILLER Collinsville English-Falcons, F.T.A.g G.I.X.g Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- shipg International Relations Clubg Student Religious Coun- cilg Sigma Tau Delta. PATSY MILLER Keller Speech TOWNSEND MILLER Gainesville Journalism-Campus Chat, Edi- torg Publications Committeeg Athletic Committeeg Press Clubg Moclern Writers Club, Avena, Associate Editorg Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Collegesg Who's Who at N.T.g YUCCA Favorite. LOIS MOORE Bryan Psychology--Psi Chig Beta Sig- mag Jr. C.L.C. BILL MORRIS Quanah Chemistry H. M. MORRIS Decatur Mathematics PAT MORRISON Odessa Biology-Beta Beta Betag W. N. Masters Chemical Society. GWEN MULKEY Denton Speech-College Players, Quin- tillian Clubg Gammadion So- ciety. GLORIA MURDOCK Goree Library Service - McCracken Club. JEANETTE STEVENS MYERS Denton History-E. D. Cricldle His- torical Societyg F.T.A. LAvoN OLDI-IAM Longview Biology ROYCE PARISH Coleman Physics-Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Pres. '47-'48, '48- '49g Student Religious Councilg W. N. Masters Chemical So- cietyg Mathematics Clubg Kappa Delta Pi. ROBERT W. PARR Raymondville Economics-A Capella Choirg Pre-Law Club. WILLIAM E. PEARCE Denton Psychology SHIRLEY PEARMAN Gainesville English BILL PENNEL Nocona Advertising Art-Alpha Rho Taug International Relations Clubg Square Dance Club. EARLINE PERRIN Decatur Library Service-McCracken Clubg International Relations Clubg F. T. A.g Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. SUE ANN PERRYMAN Denton Speech-Kappa Theta Pi, Pres.g Quintillian Club, College Play- ersg Junior Class, V.-Pres.g Inter- Sorority Councilg Gammadion Societyg Jr. Mary Ardeng Wo- men's Forum Councilg YUCCA Favorite, '-48. MAXINE PHENIX Panhandle Library Service-McCracken Club, Alpha Lambda Sigma. i L' -!!:,3f ff PAGE 188 ar 6 dflfy .l I E. ,Q V .fy BEN PIERCE Texarkana Government GENE POWELL Paris Pre-Medical -- Track, '48-'-49g Paris Club. BILL M. PROCTOR Mt. Pleasant Government MAURICE J. PUMA Fort Worth Pre-Medical RICHARD REDDY Ryan, Okla. journalism-Press Clubg Inter- national Relations Club. CHLOE ROBBINS Denton Speech-Quintillian Club. TOPSY RoEERsoN Nocona Interior Design WELDON ROYALL Dallas Journalism-Press Club. BETTY LEE RUDD Slidell Biology - W.R.A.g Mathematics Clubg Kappa Delta Pig F.T.A. JOZA RUFFNER Houston Sociology and Economics-Do bate Clubg Pi Kappa Deltag Lea- gue of Women Votersg Sr. C.L.C.g Student Religious Council, Pres. '48-'49, 41,9 Mini MARILYN SAMMONS Raymondville Art-Alpha Rho Tau. JIMMIE LOU SARGENT Denton Speech-Quintillian Clubg Kap- pa Kappa Kappa. GEORGE R. SAVAGE Graham Biology-Beta Beta Betag Inter- national Relations Club. BILL SCARBOROUGH Irving Government ELIZABETH SCHMID San Antonio Speech-Quintillian Club. ELIZABETH SCHOLZ San Antonio an- if GLEN E. SCOTT Dallas Biology RICHARD D. SCRIVNER BOl1l'18I1'1 Psychology and Sociology-Pi Phi Pi, Pres. '47, Rush Capt. '48g Pre-Law Clubg Camera Clubg Psi Chig Gammadion S0- ciety. MARTIN D. SECKER Dallas Psychology-Psi Chi. JOE W. S1-IELLEY Whitney Physics FLOYD SHIPLEY Denton Physics PATRICIA RUSSELL Gustine , JAMES R. RICHARDSON Dallas S eech Art-Industrial Arts Clubg Al- THQMAS HUGH SIMONDS Ps Cholo P Pha Rho Ta'-1' Port Arthur Y gy Biology-Talons, Pres. Fall '47. JACK W. SADLER Gunter Chemistry-W. N. Masters BROWN W. SCOTT Comanche RAYMOND RIDGELL Saf1Bfff11f0 Chemical Societyg Mathematics Biology-Beta Beta Beta, Treas. J- WELDON SIMPSON Ballinger English Clubg Delta Sigma Delta. '47-'48. Mathematics 949 man - sim . . . class of PAGE 189 ANN SMITH Wichita Falls Journalism DAVID SMITH Gainesville Journalism-Press Club. MARY ALICE SMITH Dublin Art NATHAN SOLOMON, JR. Denton Art L. A. SPEER Denton Chemistry-Gammadion Society, W. N. Masters Chemical So- ciety, Mathematics Club. GWEN STEWART Whitehouse Advertising Art-Alpha Rho Tau. RYNELL STIFF Denton Speech-B. S. U. Council, V.- Pres. '46-'47, '47-'48, '48-'49, Quintillian Club, Rep. Spring '48. college of arts and sciences WILLIAM H. STOCKARD Speech Lewisville GEORGE D. STUCKER Trinidad Mathematics-Mathematics Club, F.T.A. FRED W. SUTTON,'JR. Beaumont English-Phi Gamma Delta, Odam Philosophy Club. WAYNE SWINDELL Quanah journalism-Geezles, Rep. '48. EARL TACKETT Kilgore journalism-Kilgore Junior Col- lege Club. ELVIN TAYLOR Denton English DANA LYNN THOMPSON Madill, Okla. Speech-Freshman Class, Sec., Jr. Mary Arden, Pres., Quintil- lian Club, V.-Pres., College Play- ers, V.-Pres., Delta Chi Delta, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges, YUCCA Favorite, '48, May Fete Queen, '48, Women's For- um Council, Pres. '48, Radio Players, Green jackets, Rush Captain, '48. CAROLYN THORNTON Sulphur Springs Library Service-Alpha Lambda Sigma, V.-Pres. '48, McCracken Club, Sec. '47. EVELYN LEMON TIDMORE Vernon Library Service-Phi Sigma Al- pha, Jr. Mary Arden, Green Jackets, W.R.A., McCracken Club. MAXINE TIDWELL Seymour History - Gammadion Society, Sr. C.L.C., Phi Alpha Theta, E. D. Cridclle Historical Society, F.T.A., Treas. '47-'48. ROBERT A. TOM, JR. San Antonio Psychology. MARGARET RUTH TRAMMELL Mathematics Fort Worth FRANCES TRIGG Irving English-Jr. Mary Arden, Gam- madion Society, Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Zeta Pi Gam- ma, Cor. Sec. '47. JENNIE TUNE Big Sandy Library Science-Camera Club, McCracken Club. AUREBA Jo TURNER Trenton Art-Sr. C.L.C. WILLIAM L. TURNER Paris Journalism - Student Senator, Paris Club, Press Club. BEULAH GRACE TURNEY Dublin Speech-jr. C.L.C., Quintillian Club, Green Jackets, Fine Arts Committee. DAVID C. USREY Dallas Biology-W. N. Masters Chem- ical Society, Beta Beta Beta, Symphony Orchestra. PAUL VAGT Denton Library Service-Men's Choir, N.T. Christian Fellowship, Pres. '48 BOB VIAL Higgins English-Ireland Hall, Council- or. WALTER C. VINCENT, JR. Social Science Mlnefalwells PAGE 190 E . MARY Jo VLHA Rosebud English-Zeta Pi Gamma. WELDON WALI.ACE Fort Worth Biology LUCY ANN WALSH Wichita Falls Art-Jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng Alpha Chi, V.-Pres. '48g Alpha Rho Tau, V.-Pres. '48g Who's Who at N.T. JAMES R. WARE Demon History-Alpha Phi Omega. MARY WEAVER Fort Worth Art-Los Caballeros, Sec. '47-'48, V.-Pres. '47g Zeta Pi Gammag Alpha Rho Tau. ATHA SARA WEBB Wichita Falls English LOUIS C. WEBER Ringoes, New Jersey Psychology-Gammadion Societyg Psi Chi. LENOR WHITESIDE Longview Speech-Quintillian Clubg House Presidents Clubg League of Women Voters, Sec. '47-'48, '43-'-49. FRANCIS WHITTLESEY Dallas Biology HERBERT A. WIIST Wichita Falls Chemistry-W. N. Masters Chemical So- ciety. JoYCE WILKIE Dallas Art-Delta Chi Delta. CHARLES JOSEPH WILLIAMS Decatur Arr . . . class of 949 PAGE 191 PARKER WILLIAMS Van Library Service and Journalism-Jr. C.L.C., Pres. '47-'48g Sr. C.L.C.5 Press Clubg Mc- Cracken Clubg A.C.E. TOM D. WILLIS Sherman Economics JESSE R. WISDOM Farmersville Psychology-Talonsg Psi Chi. CARL RAY WOODWARD Wichita Falls Government-Phi Alpha Thetag E. D. Crid- dle Historical Societyg Political Economy Clubg International Relations Clubg Pre-Law Club, V.-Pres. '47-.48. DAVID BRYANT YORK Dallas Sociology-International Relations Clubg Debate Clubg B.S.U. Councilg Garnmadion Society. CHESTER EDWARD YOUNGBLOOD Kerrville History Jo ELLEN YOUNGBLOOD Waxahachie Government-Sr. C.L.C., V.-Pres. '48-'49. smi - you arts and sciences TOP: Cool breeze! and rtar- liglat 'vie for attention at All- College C hriytmar formal . .. MIDDLE.' The Betar are ear- ily ideaziyiable . . . BOTTOM.- . . . ami more outdoor: at Clarirtmar formal. all - gan . fl . 'xv x Z' W sn. ' ka! t . ,Qin ' bf - . ' lin 9' w V C' me 1 5 ' Fr ,ew-X 6-2 . , C Q' Reading acrorr both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Bob Allen, Denton, C25 Charles Robert Allmon, Denton, C35 Edwin Anderson, Albany, C45 Elizabeth Anderson, Fort Worth . . . C55 Duke Arrnatta, Louise, C65 Mark Arnold, Gilmer, C75 Rudolph Ashby, Arp, C85 Robert Lee Athons, Jr., Bogata, C95 Vance C. Baldwin, Fort Worth, C105 Peggy jo Banner, Wichita Falls, C115 Dorothy Barber, Houston, C125 J. L. Bass, Jr., Dallas. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Stephen S. Bates, Dallas, C25 Harold Beckham, Corpus Christi, C55 Bettye Jeanne Bell, Vernon, C45Troy Berry, Dallas . . . C55 Charles Edwin Bizzelle, Lima, Ohio, C65 Connie Bohme, Dallas, C75 William Edwin Bonham, Denton, C85 Billy Ray Boring, McKinney, C95 Betty Brewer, Odessa, C105 Howardene Bridenidall, Quanah, C115 Vandolyn Joyce Browning, Truscott, C125 Dorothy Nell Brownlee, Brownfield. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Hal Bumpers, Moran, C25 Bill Burke, Denton, C35 Patsy Burks, Dallas, C45 Bettie Bynum, Waxahachie . . . C55 Evelyn Cain, Quitaque, C65 jo Anne Cannon, Henderson, C75 Virgil Carlson, Dallas, C85 Bettye Carmichael, Hillsboro, C95 Marie Carmichael, Eden, C105 Dan Carroll, Marshall, C115 jean Cassidy, Ferris, C125 Peggy Chavellier, Gladewater. ' FOURTH ROW: PAGE 192 It , 411.- C15 jack L. Clark, Sehnan City, C25 Jerry Clark, Gorman, C35 Maxine Clement, Abilene, C45 Glenda Nell Colbert, Denton . . . C55 Eulene Connell, San Antonio, C65 Carolyn Cook, Sherman, C75 Love Joy Corthron, Dallas, C85 Tom E. Coyle, Robstown, C95 H. L. Cravens, Jr., Brownwood, C105 Philip Crawford, Gainesville, C115 Estelle Cusenbary, Graham, C125 Joy Dabney, Fort Worth ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Della Dalby, Dalby Springs, C25 James H. Daniel, Olney, C55 Lee Darsey, Grapeland, C45 Mary Louise Davis, Corpus Christi . . . C55 John H. Dawson, Nocona, C65 George Thomas DeVaney, Lake Creek, C75 Emmett M. Dickinson, Fort Worth, C85 Virginia Ann Dove, Texarkana, C95 Robert Dowling, Meadville, Pennsylvania, C105 Patsy Drake, Port Arthur, C115 Carolyn Duke, Iowa Park, C125 Jeanne Dunn, Palestine ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Bettye Dutton, Denison, C25 Betty A. Edwards, Littlefield, C35 Jean Evans, Leonard, C45 E. Vanoy Farmer, Longview . . . C55 C. T. Field, Abilene, C65 Jack E. Fielden, Texarkana, C75 Connie Flanigan, Fort Worth, C85 Helen Flowers Vernon, C95 Mildred Fogleman, Terrell, C105 Mary Forrester, Denton, C115 Weldon Frederick, Dallas, C125 Frank Ganoe, Stephenville. J PAGE 195 ., Q arts and sciences TOP: NTU champion debate team reapr praire from Prefi- dent McConnell . .. MIDDLE.' "By the dawnir early light," . . . and a cheer for victory. BOTTOM.' lVl9e1'e tlaereh' no Startrr, therelt moaning. gm' - ner I ' 1 C 1, ,- 3 , , , Sf "Jin ' -.J .5 . . 'i in . V - 1 , 4 1 , 4 1 -H Reading acrorr both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C 15 Catherine Garrison, Waller, C25 Raymond E. Geisert, Dallas, C55 Leo Good, jr., Mesquite, C45 Ed A. Grant, Justin . . . C55 Eva Gravley, Car- rollton, C65 Sue Guest, Pittsburg, C75 Dorothy Anne Hall, Wichita Falls, C85 Charlene Ann Harrel- son, Dallas, C95 Yvonne Harris, Denton, C105 Bob Henderson, Sherman, C115 Claude E. Hicks, jr., Bonham, C125 David Holman, Gainesville ' SECOND ROW: C15 Eva Hood, Mission, C25 Kathryn Hopkins, Fort Worth, C35 William Ellis Hubbard, New Boston, C45 Billie Ray Huddleston, Celina C55 H. Paul Hudgins, jr., Denton, C65 James Erle Hughes, Collinsville, C75 Betty Lou Ingram, Mexia, C85 Doris Jenkins, McGregor, C95 Dick johns, Tyler, C105 Betty Johnson, Paris, C115 Cecil johnson, Stamford, C125 Robert W. Kaufmann, North Bergen, New Jersey. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Michael Keglovits, McKinney, C25 Franklin Kilcrease, Denton, C35 John Killian, Dallas, C45 Bill Carlyle Kimple, Dallas . . . C55 Clyde King, Weatherford, C65 William F. King, Denton, C75 joe Kingston,Mineola, C85 Connie Jo Kubecka, Wichita Falls, C95 Alfred E. Lacy, Marshall, C105 William Lawrence Ladish, Texas City, C115 Carol Ann Larkey, Perryton, C125 James Lawrence, Mena, Arkan- Paoa 194 it ': 1 1 Xrs. sas ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Lee Ray Lawson, Decatur, C 25 Barbara LeBel, Dallas, C35 Alyce jo Lindley, Mineola, C45 Linda Lou Lindsay, Nocona . . . C55 Jane Loftis,Waxahachie, C65 Bert Lovette, Denton, C75 Margery McAlister, Texarkana, C85 Joann McCullough, Brownwood, C95 Dick McCune, Pampa, C105 Edward R. McDonald, Jr., San Angelo, C 115 Frank McDonald, San Angelo, C125 Fred McGee, Lewisville ' FIFTH ROW: C15 William G. McKnight, Texarkana, C25 Horace McMillan, Dallas, C35 Margaret Malone, Dallas, C45 Ella Mann, Malone . . . C55 Roy J. Manning, Mexia, 465 Marian E. Mapes, Jacksonville, C75 Joe Marcus, Gary, Indiana, C85 John Mathis, Dallas, C95 junie Mauldin, Brownsville, C105 Don Medford, Boxelder, C115 Charles A. Micek, Allentown, Pennsylvania, C125 Alan Miller, Waco ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Evelyn Miller, Mingus, C25 Charlie Millican, San Antonio, C35 Martha Nell Monk, Farmersville, C45 Doris Evelyn Moore, Clifton . . . C55 Martha Morgan, Saint Jo, C65 Ned Morris, Henderson, C 75 james Moyers, Marshall, C85 Ray- mond Earl Murphy, Marshall, C95 Mary Ann Murray, Wichita Falls, C105 Billy Nan Neal, Newcastle, C115 William A. Neal, Jr., Wickett, C125 Gwen Nerren, Lufkin. PAGE 195 0 0 Q arts and sciences TOP: A coaclalr report: "Aml we'll lick bell out of 'em!" . .. MIDDLE.' Sweet and looelier at the Big-Little Sirter preren- tatlon . . . BOTTOM: Clarirtmar exclarmger for Dean Curry, Wright, Herulrickr, :mel Cox. new - whi Reading aaron both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Coleta New, Beaumont, C25 Rhea Nichols, Dallas, C55 Kathleen Noland, Baytown, C45 Tommy Norman, Trenton . . . C55 Tommy H. Oates, Austin, C65 Geneva Owens, Sherman, C75 Jerry Painter, Nocona, C85 Royce Parish, Coleman, C95 Barbara Anne Patterson, Eastland, C105 Hildreth Pattillo, Greenville, C115 Bill Patton, Healdton, Oklahoma, C125 Bob Pearson, Denton. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Kenneth C. Pennington, Woodville, C25 Clifford G. Pepper, Gainesville, C55 Gene Pilug, Dallas, C45 Robert Phillips, Fort Worth . . . C55 A. G. Power, Dallas, C65 Howard Ray Pruitt, Panhandle, C75 Nadine Pumphrey, Texarkana, C85 Sammie Rampy, San Angelo, C95 Curtis Ramsey, Denton, C105 Lawrence Ranieri, La Marque, C115 Knox Rhea, Mount Pleasant, C125 Mary Virginia Rhodes, Dallas. ' THIRD ROW: C15 A1 Rholes, Mineola, C25 Jacqueline Richardson, Grand Prairie, C35 john Forest Riggs, jr., McKinney, C45 Bettye Roberson, Bowie . . . C55 Price Roberts, Jr., Justin, C65 Glenndolyn Rogers, Midland, C75 T. Walton Rogers, Fort Worth, C85 Johnny Ruark, Bonham, C95 Robert Scott, Port Arthur, C105 Willie Lee Shelton, Forney, C115 Elton Singer, Dimmitt, C125 Frank Smith, Fort Worth. ' PAGE 196 FOURTH. ROW: C15 Mable Smith, Pampa, C25 Wesley Smith, Dallas, C35 Metha Kellene Sory Jacksonville, C45 Edward W. Stevenson, Burkburnett... C55 Pat Stone, Alvin, C65 Patricia Strong, Denton, C75 Billie Stroud, Throckmorton, C85 Margarette Stubblefield,Prernont, C95 Don E. Thomas, Big Spring, C105 Jean Thornhill, Dallas, C115 James R. Thornton, Denton, C125 Bettie Sue Todd, Santa Anna. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Louis Todd, Corsicana, C25 Thomas Toone, Waxahachie, C35 Wil- liarn Tucker, Jr., Merkel, C 45 Judy Underwood, Dublin... C55 Marie Vandever, Beaumont, C65 Rus- sell Vaughn, Denton, C75 Bobbye Joyce Vaught, Pampa, C85 Julian Vela, Rio Grande City, C95 Bill Vestal, Electra, C105 Helen L. Vick, Denton, C 115 Dorothea Vogt, Boerne, C125 Norma Wadsworth, Wichita Falls. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Wanda Waldrep, Edinburg, C25 jane Allen Walker, Dallas, C 35 Bill L. Watkins, Sulphur Springs, C45 Gerald T. Watson, Millsap . . . C55 Roy L Watson, Plainview, C65 Mary Louise Weatherred, Coleman, C75 William F. Weber, Victoria, C85 Leroy Whitaker, Paris, C95 Gerald White, Moran, C105 Glen B. White, Burkett, C115 Imogene White, Dallas, C125 Elise Whitlock, Carrollton. PAGE 197 9,5 arts and seiences TOP: Rink Cthe headj find! re- venge Jweet hefore ET game . . . MIDDLE.' In French clan they ray, "woo lay 1100, Madam Meade." . . . BOTTOM.' Sweet and hop from Jim Bah Nance and the Qninzfoner. whi -. you 9 ... 50 Reading left to right ' FIRST ROW: C12 Don Beth Whittington, Overton, C25 jean Wiedenfeld, Kerrville, C37 Herbert N. Wigley, Dallas. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Avon Wilcke, Wichita Falls: C21 Frankie Wihiams, Avocag C35 Lacy Williams, Denton. ' THIRD ROW: C11 Kathryn Willson, Fort Worth, C25 Preston F. Wisely, Paris, C3D Patsy Wolfe, Greenville. ' FOURTH ROW: CU Gwendolyn Wommack, Linden, C21 Mary Christine Woolf, Smithfield, C35 Dorothy jo Wright, Henderson. ' FIFTH ROW: CU John Wright, Grand Prairie, C25 S. M. Yarbrough, Jr., Gainesville: C39 Rob- ert Young, Dallas. PAGE 198 O. J. CURRY, B.B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D. Dean of the School of Business f.l6l?7Zi7Zi.l'f7'dfi07Z school of business administration A postwar era of booming business and skyrocketing finance has ushered in a period of prosperity that is today touching even the most obscure office worker. The need for skilled, efiicient business men and women has been given a tremendous impetus, imposing on col- leges and schools of business the mountingly difiicult task of producing trained personnel quickly enough to meet the demand. Headed by Dr. O. J. Curry, the School of Business Administration, acutely conscious of the problem, has expanded its curricula to provide train- ing for every phase of Work in the business world. Bulging class rosters have necessitated an increase in the number of instructors with 20 full-time instructors and 15 teaching fel- lows now employed. The School of Business Administration, housed in the Manual Arts Building, offers curricula leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration. A master's degree in the same field is also offered. The business student may major in accounting, banking and finance, insurance, merchandising, management, hotel and restaurant administration, person- nel administration, secretarial science and teaching, and general business. PAGE 199 school of buszness culmznzstratwn KIRBY ALBRIGHT Sulphur, Okla. Business Administration PAT AMMON Longview Business Administration-Kappa Theta Pi, V.-Pres. '4Sg Pi Omega Pig Gammadion Society, Sec. 46g Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges. GEORGE L. ARNOLD Fort Worth Business Administration AUSTIN JUNE BALLARD Waxahachie Business Administration-G.I.X.g Alpha Lambda Pig Pi Omega Pig Political Economy Club. DEOLVA BARNARD Justin Business Administration AARON R. BARN1-11LL Vernon Business Administration-Alpha Phi Omegag Trojans. IRENE BAUG1-IMAN Raymonrlville Business Administration-Jr. C.L.C.g House President's Clubg League of Women Voters, Pres. '48g F.T.A. X ...f HAROLD T. BAXTER Stephenville Business Administration-N. T. Band, Phi Mu Alpha. WANDA JEAN BEWLEY Gainesville Business Administration-House Presidents Club. DEBBIE BLAGG Gainesville Business Administration JOE BLAKELEY Mineral Wells Business Administration JAMES BLANKENSHIP Vernon Business Administration-Gam- madion.Societyg Gamma Iota Chig Alpha Lambda Pi, Sec.- Treas. '47-'-481 Alpha Phi Ome- ga, Treas. '46-'48g Alpha Chi, Who's Who at N. T. W. PERRY BOWEN Amarillo Business Administration-Alpha Phi Omega, Senior Senatorg Fav- orite, '45. ROBERT A. BOYCE Lubbock Business Administration FRANK BOYLES Denton Business Administration LEN BRADFORD Kermit Business Administration Tro jans Pres Fall of 48 TOMMIE LEE BRANNON Santo Business Administration MARTHA LEE BRITT Texarkana Business Administration Gam madlon Society Jr and Sr Mary Ardens. LEROY BROCK Waxahachie Business Administration-Editor of YUCCA 47- 48 48- 49- Yuc- CA Staff 45-46 46- 47' Sigma Phi Nu Pres. Fall of 48' Whos Who Among Students in Amer- ican Universities and Collegest Publications Council' Senator from Junior Class 48. MAJOR M. BROOKS ' Ardmore Okla. Business Administration MARGARET ELLEN BROOKS Sadler Business Administration JAMES BRONSTAD Clifton Business Administration LEE W BROWN Denton Business Administration Beta Alpha Rho Beta LUVENIA BROWN P3115 Business Administration Paris Club MORGAN WAYNE BROWNING Valley View Business Administration-Alpha Lambda Pi. TOMMY BUFFINGTON Texarkana Business Administration-Cheer Leader 44 and 46' A Cappella Choir. PAT BURRESS E1 Dorado Ark. Business Administration-Green Jackets' C.L.C. JERRY CAHILL Haskell Business Administration .ps- 3 4-f PAGE 200 L - 3' .ns ,-f 'Si' CHARLES CAIN Business Administration Quitaque FRANK CARIKER Marshall Business Administration DAVID CARMICHAEL Nocona Business Administration-Gee zles. PAUL CARTER Whiresboro Business Administration MACON C. CECIL Midland Business Administration-G.I.X. JERENE CHAPMAN Talco Business Administration-Ganv madion Society. NEOMA COFF Denton Business Administration LONNIE L. COGBURN Zionsville, Ind. Business Administration HUGH COLBERT Denton Business Administration JIMMY N. COLE Dallas Business Administration JOHN COLE Dallas Business Administration-Gam- madion Society. VERNA JACKSON COLE Groves Business Adminstration - Mu Phi Epsilong Kappa Theta Pig Jr. .Mary Arden. JAMES C. COLEMAN Roanoke Business Administration J. LEON COOK Brownsboro Business Administration -.... w-1 f, :Lab JP ..,J4Lxl.v ' -:-4-fr'7':'- vu- HV' 4--v mfr JOSEPH EUGENE COOK, JR. Waxahachie Business Administration-Tro- jansg Business Manager of Shield. SUE COOK Brownsboro Business Administration JUNE COOPER Madisonville Business Administration-Kappa Theta Pi, Treas. Fall of '48. LAJUANA LOUISE COTTON Denton Business AdministratiOn-Gam- madion Societyg F.T.A. GLENN Cox Breckenridge Business Administration-Cheer Leader '47g Athletic Councilg College Playersg Beta Alpha Rho Beta. JAMES P. COX Collinsville Business Administration VIRGINIA COX Santa Rosa Business Administration MARKTORIE CRAWFORD Selman City Business Administration-House Presidents' Clubg Pi Omega Pig Alpha Chi. BILLY F. CROCKETT Winters Business Adminstration - Fal- consg F.T.A. WILL JOE CUMMINGS Wellington Business Adminstration GORDON CUNNINGHAM Irving Business Administration JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM Amarillo Business Administration-Gee zlesg Alpha Lambda Pig Account- ing Club. JOE DACUS Marshall Business Administration BERNARD DANIELS Wills Point Business Administration . . . class of '49 a"'-'lan PAGE 201 school of business administration , JAMES H. DANIEL Grapevine Business Administration GEORGE DANIELS Kilgore Business Administration-Bas ketball. JIMMIE DAVIS Jacksonville Business Administration CHARLIE DICKERSON Dallas Business Administration-Gee zles. BILLY DODD Henderson Business Administration MRS. DWIGHT DODSON San Angelo Business Administration JAMES N. DODSON Paris Business Administration-Paris Club. HUBERT F. DOYLE Denton Business Administration-Alpha Lambda Pi. NOEL DUKE Bnrkburnett Business Administration -- Fal- consg Tennis '47-'48 BOBBY EDEN Euless Business Administration LOIS SPITZER EDWARDS Morgan Business Administration FRANCES ELAM Dallas Business Administration-Big D. KING H. FAULKNER Granbury Business Administration JOYCE RHEA FOSTER DCUIOII Business Administration J. O. FOXWORTH, JR. Beaumont Business Administration-G.I. X.g Sigma Phi Nu, V.-Pres. Fall '48, JAMES W. FRANCE Pickton Business Administration-Alpha Chig Alpha Lambda Pig Sigma Phi Nug W. N. Masters Chemi- cal Societyg Math Club. BILLIE GARRETT Fare B u sin e s s Administration-Sr. Mary Ardeng A.C.E. MRS. MARY Jo GEORGE McKinney Business Administration-Sr. Mary Ardeng Pi Omega Pi. BARBARA GETTS Ranger Business Administration NORMAN GILLEN Granbury Business Administration MERIDETH A. GILES, JR. Denton Business Administration FRANKLIN GOHLKE Clifton Business Administration HARRY V. Goss Dallas Business Administration l THOMAS EDWARD GRANT Paris Business Administration JERRY S. GRAHAM Denton Business Administration KENNETH E. GRAY McKinney Business Administration JUANITA GREENWOOD Wills Point Business Administration DON GRIFFIN Dallas Business Administration-Sin- naeg Pi Phi Pi. I N!: LEWIS J. GRIFFITHS Denton Business Administration - Ac- counting Club. HARROLD GROGAN Dallas Business Administration-Tab Onsg Inter-Fraternity Council. GLYN GRUNDY Quitaque Business Administration PAUL GUYNES Carrollton Business Administration-Alpha Lambda Pi. CLARDY B. HAMILTON Lubbock Business Administration HELEN LEE HENDRICKS Anna Business Administration-Jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng Pi Omega Pig F.T.A.g Camera Club. DONALD HART Ennis Business Administration . . . class 0 RAY HERRING Bryson Business Aclmi nis tration- Tarleton Club. JACK KENNETH HICKEY Hallsville Business Administration ANNE HILL Baird Business Administration -Pi Omega Pig Press Club. JAMES D. HINTON Monroe, La. Business Administration JACK HOWELL Saint Jo Business Administration ALLEN B. HUCKABEE, JR. Dallas Business Administration HELEN HUDSON Blue Ridge Business Administration-C.L.C. MARTHA KATE HUDSON Iowa Park B u si n es s Administration-S r . Mary Arden DONALD JANEWAY Nocona B u sin e s s Administration--Do bate Club. BOBBY F. JOHNSON FIIOSI Business Administration EMMETT R. JOHNSON Houston Business Administration--B.Sf U.g Alpha Phi Ornegag Grand Chorus. KENNETH JOHNSON Dallas Business Administration-Pi Phi Pi, Cor.-Sec. Fall of '48 and VV.-Pres. Spring of '48, vs CHARLES F. HODGES Whitesboro PEGGY HUDSON Vemon 1RlgN.JONEj,ldJRf . . Jonesboro Business Administration Business Administration-Kappa usmess mmlsmmon Kappa Kappa. LEE JONES Dallas BILLY LEE HOLLE Waco Business Administration-Pi Business Administration JACK JACKSON Dallas Omega Pig U.S.N.T.S., Sec. '48- Business Administration '49- BETHEL F. HOLMES Paris BETH KINDER 4 Albany Business Administration-Paris V101-ET JACKSON M00ClY Business Administration-Phi Club. Business Administration Sigma Alphag Sr. Mary Arden. f '49 dan-Mn PAGE 205 school of business administration TOMMY KNOX Dallas Business Administration FRANK LANDERS Sanger Business Administration-Track '46-'48g Falcons, Sgt.-at-Armsg "T"-Club. TED W. LAVENDER Stamford Business Administration MfARTIN LENDERMAN McKinney Business Administration HORRACE LESLEY Gainesville Business Administration CRAIG LEWIS Brownfield Business Administration WILSON K. LEWIS Sunset Business Administration-Alpha Lambda Pi. MYRON LIGON Houston Business Administration ALMETA LINDLEY Seminole Business Administration-Zeta Pi Gamma, Treas. '47-'48g House Presidents" Clubg Jr. and Sr. Mary Arden. GEORGE LINDLEY Kfllm Business Administration ARLYNE LINENBERGER Bastrop Business Administration JOHN B. LITTLE Gladewatet Business Administration MELVA F. LOFTIN Dallas Business Administration CHESTER LOVELADY Jacksonville Business Administration MARY E. LYON Texarkana Business Administration ROBERT LYNCH Conroe Business Administration-Sem ior Senator '48-'49g YUCCA Staff, Asst. Editor, '48-'49g Cam- pus Chat of the Air, Program Director '47-'48-'49g N T A C Club, Pres. '48-'49g Press Clubg Pre-Law Club, Rep. '47-'48-'49g College Playersg Falcons, Cor- res.-Sec. and Rep. '48-'49. A. D. MCCLINTOCK Fort Worth Business Administration CARL B. MCDANIEL Denton Business Administration-Gam- Inadion Societyg A ccou n ting Club. CHARLES W. MCDONALD Huntsville Business Administration GEORGE MCDONALD Bonham Business Administration PEGGY MCFARLAND Eastland Business Administration VIRGINIA L. MCLAURIN Canton Business Administration JUANITA MCMAHAN Longview Business Administration-Press Clubg House Presidents' Clubg C.L.C.g International Relations Clubg Square Dance Club. .MARY FRANCES MASSEY Granbury Business Administration-Pi Omega Pig Camera Club, Sec. '48g Sr. Mary Ardeng Inter- national Relations Club. TRAVIS MATTHEWS Ponder Business Administration BILL H. MEAD Dallas Business Administration-Cam- era Clubg Quintillian Clubg Radio Players. ARTHUR B. MBCASKEY Decatur Business Administration RAYMOND G. MECASKEY Decatur Business Administration an in gills. 'T I . R 3 C17 wi w ur. MARTHA ANN MILLER Texarkana Business Administration-Pi Omega Pig Alpha Lambda Pig Sr. Mary Ardeng International Relations Club. W. L. MINOR, JR. Marshall Business Administration FAY MITCHELL Marlin Business Administration JACK MOORE Marshall Business Administration BOBEIE REESE MORREL Littlefield Business Administration-Kappa Kappa Kappag F.T.A. FRANK MORRISON Fort Worth Business Administration ROLAND MURREY Wills Point Business Administration RALPH L. NICHOLS Gilmer Business Administration GLORIA NORVELL Abilene Business Admir1istration-Gam- madion Society. E. B. NOBLE Dirnrnitt Business Administration-Sigma Phi Nu. HARRY JOE OWENS Bonham Business Administration GILBERT PACKER Longview Business Administration-Gee zlesg In terna tio n al Relations Club. BILL PARKS Tioga Business Administration--Man ching Bandg Concert Band. LOYD G. PARTAIN Leonard Business Administration-Beta Alpha Rho Beta. ROBERT T. PARTAIN Leonard Business Administration-Inter Fraternity Council, Pres. '48g Beta Alpha Rho Beta. HENRY A. PATE Fort Smith, Ark. Business Administration-G.If X., Hist.g Alpha Lambda Pi. OLIN PATRICK Quitaque Business Administration DAVID PATTERSON Haskell Business Administration-Inter national Relations Club. BEN EVERETT PEARSON Grapevine Business Administration BILLY JOE PEARSON Frisco Business Administration JAMES PELHAM Kilgore Business Administration . . . class of 949 'W'-P"a PAGE 205 JAMES PEPPER Business Administration Ranger ALICE PERKINS Rosenberg Business Administration BILLY M. PHILLIPS Hillsboro Business Administration-Beta Alpha Rho Betag Gammadion Societyg Pi Omega Pig Alpha Chi. JOE PIERCE Denton Business Administration-Alpha Lambda Pi, Pres. Fall of '48. WILLIAM HOMER PICKENS Edgewood Business Administration-Pi Phi Pi, Treas. Fall of '47 and Spring of '48. DOYLE PRATER Elkhart Business Administration WILLIAM H. PRATT Rosser Business Administration school of business administration MONA QUISENBERRY Sanger Business Administration PEGGY RAHAL Tyler Business Administration MILDRED RAINEY Denton Business Administration-F.T: A.g Gammadion Societyg B.S.U., Sec. '47-'48g Pi Omega Pi. AHLENE RICE Hemphill Business Administration-B.Sf U., V.-Pres. BENNETT RICE Denton Business Administration-TaL onsg Los Caballeros. CLARENCE EDWARD RICE Dallas Business Administration - Tro- jansg Garnmadion Society, Pres. Fall of '47 and Spring of '48, MELVIN E. RIDDLE Fort Worth Business Administration - Fal- WILSON B. RINK San Angelo Business Administration BETTY RITCHEY Greenville Business Administration-F.T.A. KATHRYN ROBNETT Premont Business Administration-F.T.A. PAUL GEORGE SAGEN Greenville Business Administration-Alpha Phi Omega, Sec. Fall of '47 and Pres. Spring of '48g Math Club. DAN C. SANDERS Grand Prairie Business Administration PAUL A. SANDERS Wichita Falls Business Administration JAMES SARGENT Denton JOHN H. SAUNDERS Frankston Business Administration MRS. MILDRED SCI-IROEDER Perryton Business Administration MILARD L. Scorrr Port Isabel Business Administration-Pre Law Club. ANNE SELZER Prosper Business Administration-Gam- madion Society. LEROY SEWELL Gainesville Business Administration BETTY SHARP Waco Business Administration- Z e ta Pi Gamma. JESSE E. SHAW Stephenville consg Square Dance Club. Business Administration Business Administration PAGE 206 EDWARD EVERE'1'1' SHELTON Denton Business Administration ARTHUR W. SHIFLETT, JR. Kilgore Business Administration BETTY LOU SHIPP Petrolia Business Administration -- Phi Sigma Alphag Green Jacketsg W.R.A.g jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng Camera Clubg Gammadion So- ciety. BILL SIMPSON Fort Worth Business Administration BEN SMITH Bowie Business Administration DONNA SMITH Fort Worth Business Administration-NTAC Club. ' DOROTHY ELLEN SMITH Denton B u s i n e s s Administration - jr. Current Literature Clubg Delta Chi Deltag Gammadion Societyg Green jackets, Sec.-Treas.g Womf en's Forumg Pi Omega Pig Whds Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Collegesg Jr. and Sr. Mary Arden. hun... ,gf- LONA RUTH SMITH Dawson Business Administration VAUGHN RAY SMITH Gober Business Administration-Alpha Phi Omega, V.-Pres. '49g Garn- madion Society. GEORGE SNYDER Glen Rose Business Administration-Beta Alpha Rho Beta. BILLY H. SPANGLE Clifton Business Administration FRED R. SPRINGER Sanger Business Administration-Men's Choirg Grand Chorus '47, JUANITA STEVENSON Electra Business Administration BETTY ADELE STEWART Irving Business Administration-Jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng Junior Class Officer '-47g Senior Class Officer '48g College Players '47g Kappa Kappa Kappa, Pres. '48g Varsity Show '475 House Pre- sidents' Clubg Inter-Sorority Council. if W. A. STRINGFELLOW Clifton Business Administration JAMES STUTEVILLE Whitewright Business Administration GEORGE E. SUMMERS D3.ll2.S Business Administration EVAN Q. SWENSON Clifton Business Administration YVONNE SWOFFORD Sagerton Business Administration-Senior Current Literature Club. DOLORES TATE De Leon Business Administration LOWELL TAYLOR, JR. Sweetwater Business Administration-Gam- rnadion Societyg Alpha Lambda Pi. 'C' Y TROY E. TAYLOR Selman Business Administration-Pi Omega Pi. BILL TEAGUE Daingerfield Business Administration-'Ia lonsg Alpha Phi Omegag Inter- fraternity Councilg Rep. '47-'48g Favorite '43-'44, JIMMIE TEAGUE, JR. Daingerfield ' Business Administration JIMMIE THOMAS Dallas Business Administration-Pi Phi Pig Golf '47-'48g Big UD". BILLY D. THOMPSON Dallas Business Administration HENRY J. THOMSON Killeen Business Administration JOHN TICKLE Galveston Business Administration-G.l.X. . . . class of '49 '1"i'w"' PAGE 207 wifi L1 MARYLIN TOMLIN Overton Business Administration GENE G. TOWRY Dallas Business Administration -Tro- jansg "T" Clubg Golf '47-'48. PATRICIA TRIPPET Waxahachie B u si n e s s Administration-Phi Sigma Alpha, Cortes.-Sec. '48g Pi Omega Pi. BILLY B. TURNER De Leon Business Administration-Geeb les, Treas. Spring of '48 and V.- Pres. Fall of '-48. PAT N, TYNES Waco Business Administration CHARLES UHER Denton Business Administration WOODY S. WALL Decatur Business Administration school of business administration BILL WALLIS Richardson A CHARLES WHITE Burkburnett Business Administration Business Administration-Trojans. CLYDE WALLIS R. Celina , . ' J . D JAMES WILKERSON Valley View Business Administration-Talons, Secretary B . Ad . . . Spring of .48 usiness ministration BILLIE JOYCE WATKINS WlCh1ta Falls CADDO WILKIE Dallas Business Administration-Phi Sigma Alpha, V.-Pres. '48, Pres. Fall of '48g Green Jacketsg Jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng House Presidents' Clubg Inter-Sorority Council. BETTY WILLIAMS Business Administration N ITA WATKINS Winnsboro Business Administration-Jr. C. L. C. MARY JO WILLIAMSON JOHNNY T-WATSON HCf1def50f1 Business Administration-Sr. C. L. Business Administration I CARROL LLOYD WILSON RICHARD H. WELCH San Benito . I l , I a . Business Administration Business Administration JAMES WHITAKER Sail AIlgClO MARY ELIZABETH XVOMACK Business Administration Business Administration-Falcons. Nocona Anson C., Sec. Venus Paris Business Administration-Paris Club. JOHN C. WOODS Whitesboro Business Administration-G.I.X.g Account- ing Club. ROSANNAH WOODY Business Administration G. DOW WORLEY, JR. Business Administration BETSY WRIGHT Business Administration- Sr. Mary Arden. LOU ELLEN WRIGHT Byhalia, Miss. Malone Gatesville Phi Sigma Alphag Petrolia Business Administration-Phi Sigma Alphag Green Jacketsg Jr. and W. R. A.g Camera Club. EARLE MARIE WYSER St. Mary Ardeng Calvert Business Administration-Jr. C. I.. C. DOROTHY ZORNS Business Administration Odessa L -..XF X PAGE 208 ?N L?-'Jr Tia ' -ci' I ii 41,411-' business administration ToP.- A boi time for cold feet on pledge night . . . IVIIDDLEJ CLC member! wait for the tea to brew . . . BOTTOM: Chow moiigrelr at Sigma Phi Nii rmb iiiimer. abb - car Reading left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Kenneth E. Abbe, McGregor, C25 Don Abercrombie, Dallas, C35 Peggy Ackers, Fort Worth, C45 Mary jane Adams, Jacksonville. ' SECOND ROW C15 J. W. Allen, Richland, C25 Nell Allen, Clarksville, C35 Barney Anderson, Winnsborog C45 Rob- ert H. Archer, Dallas. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Vernon Austin, Denton, C25 Eugene Berry, Glaclewaterg C35 Bobbie june Bobb, Big Spring, C45 james Bond, Fort Worth. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Donald Bowers, Seagovilleg C25 Jimmy Bristley, Baytown, C35 Charles Robert Brooks, Bagwell, C45 Winfree I.. Brown, Christoval. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Jackie Burnam, Tioga: C25 Joseph I.. Cadrin, Jr., Kilgoreg. C55 Ann Callaway, Mount Calm, C45 Luren Campbell, Archer City. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Wanda Cantrell, Dalhartg C25 Evelyn Carroll, Premontg C55 Allen Carter, Paris, C45 Jimmy Carter, Amarillo. PAGE 209 business administration TOP: Phi Sig pulchritiicie at zhe wheel . . . M1DDLE.' ". . . and pleare he on time." . . . BOTTOM! Geezler 1611 Christ- mar .realr :md health. car - lui 1' .X ' Reading across both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Johnny Carter, Smithville, C25 Blant Castleberry, Grand Prairie, C55 William R. Cates, jr., Decatur, C45 Winifred Cheatham, Edgewood C55 Jo Childers, Denton, C65 Doug L. Choate, San Angelo, C75 Abel W. Cline, jr., Bowie, C85 Esther Cobb, Tulia, C95 Helen Louise Cook, Mexia, C105 Carl L. Cotren, Dallas, C115 Jane Coville, Mexia, C125 Hubert Cox, Dallas. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Peggy Crowder, Kilgore, C25 Lyn- wood Darby, Dallas, C55 Bonnie Davis, Ballinger, C45 Clifton DeFord, Sherman . . . C55 John Desco, Dallas, C65 Clarence W. Domaschk, Port Arthur, C75 Robert William Dooley, Fort Worth, C85 Joy Drummond, Dallas, C95 jim Eads, Mabank, C105 jim Eagle, Fort Worth, C115 Bob Elkins, Nocona, C125 Ira Ellis, Grand Saline. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Carl Erickson, Port Arthur, C25 Bill jack Evans, Bowie, C55 Robbie Fagg, Blue Ridge, C45 Thomas H. Fitch, Fort Worth . . . C55 David Flatt, jr., Kilgore, C65 M. O. Flemmons, Tioga, C75 Tom Francisco, Fort Worth, C85 Clyde Allen Friddell, Gainesville, C95 Bobby Fuller, Euless, C105 Ronald E. Gibson, Anahuac, C115 Charles E. Glazier, Gainesville, C125 Sherry Grider, Brownsville. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Benny Grogan, Weather- PAGE 210 Q' VJ, Ci v .if 'I 4, . lf r 5- 1:2- qi- ll f it 54 .. Q v N I il osx ford, C25 Marilyn Grube, Denton, C55 Perman L. Grundy, Marshall, C 45 Margaret Hailey, Cisco. .. C55 Billy Hardin, New London, C65 Gladys Hardy, Denton, C75 Lyle Harman, Gruver, C85 Edwin A. Harrison, Stephenville, C95 Mary Ruth Hartman, Dallas, C105 Stanley Hayes, Sherman, C115 Let- trial Heddins, Denton, C125 jack Hess, Pittsburg. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Marcus R. Hickerson, Waxa- hachie, C25 Charles O. Hiett, Dallas, C35 Robert Hill, Weatherford, C45 George Hillman, Denton... C55 Glyn Hodge, Salem, Illinois, C65 Donald M. Holle, Waco, C75 Johnny Holloman, Abilene, C85 jane Howdeshell, Sherman, C95 Chester J. Huggins, Tolar, C105 Carroll Jackson, Grapevine, C115 Floyd H. Jenkins, Mesquite, C125 Marilyn Johnigan, Canyon. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Jean Johnston, Marshall, C25 Bobby M. Jones, Ennis, C35 Waymon jones, Linden, C45 john H. Kelly, jr., Port Arthur... C55 William Scott Kennimer, Mineola, C65 Clarence E. Killian, Melissa, C75 Thomas William Kirkpatrick, Pineland, C85 Mary Joyce Knight, Denton, C95 Jean Knott, Denton, C 105 Fred Land, Fort Worth, C 115 Ann Lanning, Panhandle, C 125 Gene Luttrell, San Angelo. PAGE 211 business udrninistration TOP: Teleififion . . . and Joe College anal kizir have a new playtbing MIDDLE.' Brook- ,rbire and Wfbittaker final cam- eraman prettier than picture retoncbing . . . BOTTOM: "Would .ronzeone part the Wo1'ce.rter5bire?" meh - tid . g' ii" :Eh , ,.3i,Y 5 ,. .cm ' fa 'i' ' ., br. , -:r .L ,, x. ll ' '5 I Jiri C. ii' ,L s- ,aeiii 1 was L -.ii i Reading aaron bozfla pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 D. Joy McBay, Groesbeck, C25 Carl McCleskey, Stephenville, C35 Mrs. jean McDaniel, Denton, C45 Max L. McGehee, Collinsville . . . C55 Leon McMahan, Denton, C65 William Edward Manahan, jr., Teague, C75 James E. Mankins, Kilgore, C85 Mrs- Virginia Mankins, Kilgore, C95 Robert R. Miller, McKeespott, C105 Cecil T. Minshew, Denton, C115 Malon Mitchell, Sweetwater, C125 Lola Moore, Brashear. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Renda Morgan, Waxahachie, C25 Elise Mortensen, Fort Worth, C55 Garland Morton, Corsicana, C45 Gene Mouser, Dallas... C55 Joe B. Mullins, Denton, C65 Janice Nelson, Amarillo, C75 William Douglas Newberry, Weatherford, C85 Raymond R. Nolen, Weatherford, C95 Mary O'Reilly, Dallas, C105 Betty Padgett, San Antonio, C115 jesse E. Pannill, Scurry, C125 Raywotth Pardue, Childress. ' THIRD ROW: C15 J. W. Pearce, Kilgore, C25 Wanda Pelham, Kilgore, C35 Jeannine Phillips, San Antonio, C45 M. G. Pickrell, Denton . . . C55 Roscoe Arnold Pitchford, Weatherford, C65 Grady L. Pitts, Crystal City, C75 Elizabeth Powell, New Boston, C85 jack J. Powell, Dallas, C95 Nancy Elizabeth Powell, Euless, C105 Leo Priolo, Dallas, C 115 Joann Putnam, Throckmorton, C125 Virginia PAGE 212 . yr . , Z' s., x Reding, Aubrey. ' FOURTH ROW: C11 Billy Rhoades, Denton, C21 Delma Rhoton, Hamlin, C31 Jeanne Robinson, Chico, C41 Patricia Rosamond, Waxahachie . . . C51 Kenneth Carl Ross, jr., Arlington, C61 David Rothfus, Prosper, C71 Leroy B. Rudder, jr., Ballinger, C81 Garland Russell, Paducah, C91 G. D. Russell, Greggron, Norman R. Sanders, Beaumont, C111 john E. Savage, Irving, C 121 George Schneider, Fort Worth. ' FIFTH ROW: C 11 Britt Schubert, Fort Worth, C21 Arnold E. Schulz, Vernon, C31 Charles Shipman, McKinney, C41 Ernest A. Sims, Jean . . . C51 Richard Skinner, Longview, C61 Helen Smith, Celina, C71 jesse P. Smith, jr., Sanger, C81 Lyndon Sorrels, Royse City, C91 Georgia Spaeth, Lindsay, C 101 Morris Spalding, Denton, C111 Ben Sparks, Eastland, C121 L. Q. Sparks, San Angelo. ' SIXTH ROW: C11 Elvet Speed, Dallas, C21 William D. Spratt, Pittsburg, C31 Wauline Starr, Denton, C41 james F. Stevens, Fort Worth . . . C51 Bill Sullivan, Marshall, C61 Chauncey Taylor, Gunter, C 71 Glen L. Taylor, Denton, C81 Jimmie Thomas, Sulphur Springs, C91 Leroy Thompson, Chickasha, Oklahoma, C101 jimmy Thrasher, Henderson, C111 Bobby Thresher, Olney, C 121 Gordon Tidmore, Chillicothe. PAGE 215 business administration TOP: Decollette cbarmi and bert vmznneur at lfzterforority pferenlation . . MIDDLE: C beerlefmfer Smith findi relax- ation in lmzflfide iefuen-afzci-m half gamer: . . . BOTTOM: A welcome rerpire from the dance fiom' borrow. tin - you iflia ' ifff 1 Reading left to riglot ' FIRST ROW: C15 Gerald Tinsley, Carrollton, C25 Dan Trew, Wellington, C55 Johnny Vazquez, Port Arthur, C45 La Horna Venable, Angleton ' SECOND ROW: C15 Robert Dean Vernon, Clyde, C25 Paul R. Vickery, Mineola, C35 Joe Vyvjala, Flatonia, C45 Hugh Wagner, Port Arthur. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Haskell Walker, Texarkana, C25 Hartsell Wallace, Fort Worth, C35 M. L. Walling, jr., Howe, C45 Betty Walther, Paris. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Billy Ware, Mar- shall, C 25 Joan Watson, Chico, C35 Earl Webb, San Benito, C45 Patsy Westbrook, Deport, C55 Billy Williams, Bonham. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Fieldon E. Williams, Fort Worth, C25 G. B. Williford, Jr., Port Neches, C35 Emma Lou Wilson, Denton, C45 Kenneth B. Wilson, Fort Worth, C55 George Winn, Sherman. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Homer C. Wolfe, Kilgore, C25 William W, Woods, Detroit, Michigan, C55 John Preston Wright, Orth, C45 Ola Frances Yarbrough, Ponder, C55 John Preston Young, Dallas. PAGE 214 Nationwide acclaim in sports, music, business, and other collegiate fields has brought to the college an enviable record of achievement. Yet, the work in which the school C and the taxpayerj takes a great deal more pride is its reputation as the largest teach- ers college in the country. Its prestige in the field of education is unchallenged and its graduates are among the best-trained in the nation. The School of Educa- tion, through years of experience and calculating research in the field of education, has developed a thorough and comprehensive curricula for prospec- tive teachers. In addition to practical teaching ex- perience in Demonstration School, the student gets a wide choice of majors from which he may choose. The degree of Bachelor of Science in Education may be taken by majors in any one of eight fields, includ- ing elementary and secondary education, elementary, secondary, and public school administration, psy- chology, industrial arts, and physical education. The division is housed in the Education Building and Annex, the Field House, and the Industrial Arts Building. It employs Sl full-time instructors and 26 teaching fellows. J. C. MATTHEWS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of the School of Eclucatimz school of education 1 :H "ii" ii, :um N ..t y gi- . A . X - - ff'f' i SAIVIUEL ALFRED BLACKBURN DONNIE COTTERAL THERON JUDSON FOUTS B.E-, A-M., Ph.D. Bs., Ms. A.B., M.A. I miuslrial Arn Womeu': Pbyriml Education Menlr Physical Education PAGE 215 JOHNNY JOE ANDERSON Coolidge Education JOYCE ANDREWS Whitney Elementary Education GRADY AVANTS Bryson Physical Education J. TED AVERITT, JR. Kaufman Physical Education-P.E. Pro- fessional Clubg F.T.A. CHARLES BARKER Fort Worth Industrial Arts MORRIS BARRON Denton Industrial Arts DOROTHY ANN BAXTER Waco Secondary Education-Los Ca- ballerosg Jr. Mary Ardeng W.R.- A.g P.E. Professional Club. VIRGIL BAYLEss Trinidad Education BETTY BEASLEY Dallas Physical Education-W.R.A., V.- Pres. '47g Delta Psi Kappa, Rec. Sec. '47g Modern Dance Club, Pres. '47g P.E. Professional Clubg House Presidents Clubg Press Club. CHARLES R. BELEW Fort Worth Industrial Arts MAURINE BENJAMIN Texas City Physical Education-Modern Dance Clubg W.R.A. GORDON BISHOP Kirbyville Education J. W. BLACK Martin's Mill Physical Education CHARLIE MARIE BLANKENSHIP Physical Education Demon school of education CLYDE W. BLUM Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. Jonesboro LELAND BOARD Chico Industrial Arts DONNA BODDY Big Sandy Secondary Education - K. J. C. Clubg E. D. Criddle Historical Societyg F.T.A. CHARLES R. BOYD Boyd Industrial Arts NANCIE BRANCH Mt. Pleasant Recreation-jr. and Sr. Mary Arden Clubsg P. E. Professional Clubg Kappa Kappa Kappa, V.- Pres. '48g House Presidents Clubg Inter-Sorority Councilg W.R.A. SAMUEL T. BRASHER Kilgore Industrial Arts JOANNA BRENHOLTZ Denton Elementary Education-Zeta Pi Gammag Green Jacketsg A.C.E. CECIL LEE BRIGGS Denton Industrial Arts THOMAS BRITE Haskell Education - YUCCA, Associate Editor '48g Beta Alpha Rho Betag Publications Councilg Press Club. PATSY BRIXEY Henrietta Elementary Education - A.C.E.g F.T.A. O. R. BROWN Denton Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club, Pledge Captain '-483 Stu- dent Religious Council. LAWRENCE B. BRUNS Gainesville Industrial Arts JO ANN BUCKNER Longview Elementary E d u c at i o n-VVO- men's Choirg Los Caballeros. FLOYD BYN UM Dallas Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. """"s.. rv 1' 2 1:9 'gg-, PAGE 216 i BILL C. CANDLER Hobbs, N. M. Indusrtial Arts-Alpha Phi Omegag Industrial Arts Clubg "T" Club, Pres. '48. BOB T. CANDLER Hobbs, N. M. Physical Education-A.P.O., V.- Pres. V163 Basket Ball. DOROTHY JEAN CARAWAY Secondary Education De leon CARRIE JO CATE Van Alstyne Elementary Education BILLY PEYTON CLARK Granbury Industrial Arts CHARLOTTE COBB Kilgore Secondary Education - F .T.A.g Kilgore Junior College Club. DORIS COLE Longview Elementary Education - A.C.E., Rep. WELDON COLEMAN Mart Industrial Arts MILDRED COLLIER Temple Physical Education-P. E. Pro- fessional Clubg W.R.A., V.-Pres. '45-'-463 House Presidents Club. NEOMA COLLINS Corsicana Education-Jr. Mary Arden, Club. RAY C. CORDER Brownwood Public School Administration- Ternp. Cheer Leader, Fall '48- '49g F.T.A. MARY JO COUGER Graford Secondary Education-McCraclo en Club. EDWARD COULSTON Granbury Physical Education BETH ROGERS COX Kemp Elementary Education FRANCES COX Kilgore Secondary Education - F. T. A.g Kilgore Junior College Club. JOHN D. COX Mabank Education DOROTHY CRADDOCK Denton Elementary Education - K app a Theta Pig Jr. and Sr. Mary Arden Clubg A.C.E. KIRK CUNNINGHAM Denton Industrial Arts-Falcons. EUGENE CURTIS Allen Physical Education-G.I.X.g P.E. Professional Club. MRS. AGNES DAVIS Denton Elementary Education - A.C.E.g F.T.A. CODY L. DAVIS Iraan Secondary School Administration -International Relations Clubg G.I.X.g Tarleton Clubg Student Senator. . . . class of 949 u""'e"i PAGE 217 BETSY DEARING Fort Worth Elementary Education - A.C.E.g F.T.A.g Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowshipg Sr. C.I..C. ROY E. DENNEY Stratford Education - Geography - Who's Who in N.T. WILMON H. DROZE Charleston Secondary Education TRAVIS DUNCAN Megargel Physical Education CALVIN C. ELLIS Denton Industrial Arts TI-IEO EMBRY Gainesville Industrial Arts ARDEN ERICKSON Frederic, Wisconsin Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Clubg Who's Who in N.T. WILLIAM GORDON ERWIN Physical Education Crowell BILLIE MARIE FINDLEY Whitney Physical Education-F.T.A.g P.E. Professional Clubg W.R.A. LETITIA Ross FORT Beaumont Recreation-W.R.A.g P.E. Pro- fessional Club. FLORENE FRANCISCO Longview Education-Library Service-Mo Cracken Club. JOSEPH FRANKLIN Longview Secondary Education MALRILEE FRANKLIN Selman City Secondary Education - L i b r a r y Service Club g F.T.A. DOROTHY FREEMAN QMRSJ Secondary Education Demon ELIZABETH GODWIN Denton Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club, Sec. Fall '47g Green Jack- etsg W.R.A.g Archery Team, Cap- tain '46-'47g Health Committee. GUYLE GREYNOLDS Cisco Education L. A. GRIMES, JR. Denton Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Clubg Beta Sigma. DAVID G. GROVE Wichita Falls Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club, Rep. RICHARD GUBBINS Fairfie-ld,Ill. Public School Administration JACK HADSELL Demon Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. BILL HANNON Gladewater Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Clubg Newman Clubg W. N. Masters Chemical Societyg G.I.X. school of education Secondary and Physical Educa- tion - P. E. Professional Clubg W. R. A.g B. S. U.g jr. C. L. C.g F. T. A. O'NEIL HARRIS Denton Secondary Education-F.T.A. JIMMIE HARTLINE DE'nton Industrial Arts JEANNINE HAWTHORNE Mexia Physical Education - Phi Sigma Alphag Women's Forum Coun- cilg W.R.A.g P. E. Professional Clubg YUCCA Queen Nomineeg Modern Dance Clubg N.T. Swim- ming Teamg Variety Show. INA MARY HAYES Hillsboro Recreation and Physical Educa- tion. OTIS HERRINGTON Dallas Industrial Arts-Track, '47-'48- '49. J. M. HICKS, JR. Jacksboro Industrial Arts Physical Education JOY THOMPSON HILL Houston Secondary Education-Delta Psi Kappa, V-Pres. '47-'49g W.R.A.g P. E. Professional Club. ROBERT F. HODGES Savoy Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. BERYL HOFFMAN Vernon Elementary Education-Delta Chi Delta, Cor. Sec. '-473 Rush Captain '48g Mary Arden Club. WILSON HOLBERT Denton Industrial Arts WOODROW HOLBERT Denton Industrial Arts BOB HOUSTON Dallas Industrial Arts-Paris Clubg In- dustrial Arts Clubg Debate Clubg Intramural Football, Coach '48g F.T.A. I, A PAGE 218 -4 sk minimum 1 ...A wr... ......... -- . GLENN ALLEN HOWARD Dodd City Physical Education-P. E. Profes- sional Club. CONLEY JENKINS Mesquite Secondary Education JAMES JETER Denton Industrial Arts BETTY RUTH JETT' Avalon Elementary Education - A.C.E.g House Presidents Clubg Jr. C.L.C. MARY ANN KEELEY Garland Elementary Education-Kappa Kappa Kappa, Cor. Sec. '47-'49g Jr. Mary Ardensg House Presi- dents Clubg A.C.E. EILEEN KENNEDY Temple Education W. J. KILLINOSWORTH Adamsville Industrial Arts ARTIE JEAN KING Rockwood Secondary Education-W.R.A.g F.T.A.g P. E. Professional Clubg McCracken Club. JOHN W. KOONCE Lubbock Secondary Education--Alpha Phi Omega. BUCK KRAUSS Prosper Physical Education-Talons. BETTIE JO LANE Comanche Secondary Education GUINN CRAFT LARGENT Chico Industrial Arts MARY LOUISE LASHLY Port Arthur Secondary Education-Beta Beta Betag F.T.A. TOM LAW Bryan Secondary Ed u ca tio I1 - B.S.U. Councilg International Relations Clubg Inter-Varsity Ch ristia n Fellowship. . . . dass of '49 e"w"""" BILLIE R. LAWRENCE Dawson Industrial Arts-G.I.X., Pres. DORIS LESTER James Elementary Education-Gamma dionsg Jr. C.L.C.g A.C.E. DAVID E. LOWE Bonham Secondary Education-F.T.A.g Paris Club. CHARLIE CARTER LYLES Savoy Education ROBERT MCABEE Paris Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts, Rep.-'47g Paris Clubg Press Club. SHIRLIE MCCLELLAN Graves Physical Education-Modern Dance Clubg W.R.A.g P.E. Pro- fessional Club. MARY MCCORCLE Colorado City Secondary Education--F.T.A. PAGE 219 ANNA MCELLIGOTT Bells Elementary Education-A.C.E.g Green Jackets. ROY MCENTURFF Edgewood Secondary Education JOHN MCKAY Arp Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. MANCIL MCLARTY Littlefield Secondary Education WAYLAND MCNUTT Coleman Industrial Arts FRANK H. MADDEN Rusk Industrial Arts NINA IVIANLEY Brownwood Physical Education-P.E. Pro- fessional Clubg W.R.A.g Delta Psi Kappa. FLOY THOMAS MARTIN Gainesville Physical E d u c a ti o n - Football '47-'48. WARDENE MERONEY Fr.W'orth Physical Education-W.R.A.g Modern Dance Clubg Health Councilg P.E. Professional Club. ESTERLEEN MILLER Bartlett Physical Education-W.R.A.g P.E. Professional Clubg Delta Psi Kappa, Pres. '48-'49, DORIS FAY MORGAN McKinney Secondary Education and Lib- rary Service-McCracken Clubg League of Women Votersg Sr. C.L.C. MRS. DOROTHY MYERS Evant Elementary Education DOUGLAS MYERS Morgan Physical Education B. B. NABORS Denton Industrial Arts ROBERT NESBIIT, JI. Industrial Arts Foff Worth DORA EVALYN NIVENS Alvord Elementary Education MELVIN LEO ORINGDERFF Windom Industrial Arts-B.S.U.g lndus- trial Arts Club. JACK K. ORR Denton Industrial Arts LOWELL D. PETERS Fr. Worrh Industrial Arts EMILENAN PORTER Maypearl Elementary Education - A.C.E., Pres. '47-'48g Sr. C.L.C., Pres. '48-'49g F.T.A. ROSANNE LARUE PORTER Spearman Physical Education-Delta Psi Kappa, Pres. '48g P.E. Profess- ional Clubg W.R.A.g Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pig Concert Band. school of education MAR JORIE PURVIS Arlington Secondary Education-Alpha Rho Taug N.T.A.C. Club. RUTH DALE PYEATE VISIH. Elementary Education-jr. and Sr. C.L.C.g A.C.E.g F.T.A. EDNA EARLE RAINS Lewisville Elementary Education - House President's Clubg A.C.E. BRUCE RAMPLEY Stephenville Education NORMAN RAMSEY Education Columbus, Ohio JOANNE RANDLES Vera Secondary Education HAZEL RANDOLPH Coleman Education-Quintillian Clubg F.T.A.g Zeta Pi Gamma, Pres. '48g College Favorite '-46. WALTER C. RAY Boyd Industrial Arts WOODARD T. READ Paradise Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. JAMES H. REYNOLDS Haskell Industrial Arts-G.I.X. NOEL KAY Dallas Physical Education-Beta Alpha Rho Betag Big "D" Clubg P.E. Professional Clubg Boxing Team '47g Track '47-'48. RAYMOND ROACH Rockwall Industrial Arts-G.I.X., V.- Pres, '48. MARJORIE ROBERSON Hillsboro Elementary Education-W.R.A. BOBBY ROBERTS Saint Jo Industrial Arts PAGE 220 BONNIE ROGERS Lometa Physical Education-P.E. Pro- fessional Clubg W.R.A.g Delta Psi Kappag Modern Dance Club. JOHN ROWLETT Denton Industrial Arts-Alpha Phi Omegag G.I.X.g Industrial Arts Clubg F.T.A. HAWKINS SCARBOROUGH Industrial Arts Cofslcana EDWIN SCI-IROEDER Adams Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. FRED SCHUEERT Houston Education Administration-Beta Alpha Rho Beta, Sec. Fall '48g Phi Mu Alphag Aces of College- land '46-5475 Symphonic Band '46. JIM SCOTT Tulia Industrial Arts-Pi Phi Pig In- dustrial Arts Clubg F.T.A.g Cheer Leader '46-'47-'4i8. THOMAS L. SCOTT Oklahoma City, Okla. Industrial Arts TROY SELZER Denton Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Clubg B.s.U. JEAN SETTLE Denton Elementary Education BILLIE SEWELL Ringgold Physical Education-Green Jack- ets, Pres. '48-'49g P.E. Profess- ional Clubg W.R.A. ELIZABETH SIEGLE Monroe, La. Elementary Education GORDON SMITH Midland Physical Education ERNEST C. SNYDER Admire Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. MARY LOIS SPALDING Sadler Elementary Education-Sr. Mary Ardeng Green Jacketsg A.C.E. CLAUDE E. SPEAKE Denton Education and Social Science- Phi Alpha Thetag Gammadionsg Pre-Law Clubg Political Economy Clubg International Relations Clubg F.T.A. RALPH SPENCER Pittsburg Industrial Arts-Geezles, Pres. Spring '48g Industrial Arts Clubg Social Fraternity Council. ROBERT T. SPINKS Denton Physical Education WM. R. STANDLEY Dallas Industrial Arts JOHN C. STANLEY Denton Industrial Arts - Garnmadions Society. JOSEPH STARKE Muenster Industrial Arts-Newman Club. GLENN STEELE Gladewater Industrial Arts . . . class of 949 """'-fm PAGE 221 EDWIN PERRY SUTER Jonesboro Industrial Arts JAMES TAAFFE Foreman, Ark. Industrial Arts VERNON TAYLOR Corsicana Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. CAROLINE THOMPSON Bryan's Mill Secondary Education EDWARD VAN THOMPSON Lufkin Industrial Arts-Los Caballeros. WAYNE TIMMONS Tahoka Physical Education-P.E. Pro- fessional Club. OSCAR C. TRAVIS Lake Dallas Secondary Education 4" school of education "...zln you think Dr. Polgar would rel! those glar.fe.r?" C. LEON TURNER, JR. Dallas Physical Education-P. E. Professional Clubg Big "D" Clubg Track '46-'47. GLYNN W. VASSAR Weatherford Public School Administration WELDON D. VAUGI-IAN Winnsboro Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Clubg Inter- national Relations Club. PATSY Voss La Marque Elementary Education JIM WALLISER Dallas Industrial Arts JUANITA JOYCE WARREN South Bend Physical Education-Modern Dance Clubg P. E. Professional Clubg W.R.A.g Inter-Vat- sity Christian Fellowship. ELIZABETH WATERS Weatherford Elementary Education ARCI-IIE KENNETH WEATHERFORD Industrial Arts San Marcos NORMA WELCH Hughes Springs Elementary Education-Art Clubg jr. C.L.C.g A.C.E.g Sr. CLC. JACK W. WESEMAN Valley View Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. RAY WHITESIDE Denton Industrial Arts SEERON WILLIAMS Daingerlield Secondary Education and Government- E. D. Criddle Historical Societyg Pre-Law Clubg F. T. A., V.-Pres. '48. WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Postoak Industrial Arts BRUCE WILSON Terrell Industrial Arts-Basketball '46, '47, I48. PRUDENCE WILSON Gainesville Elementary Education LESLIE L. WOOD Montague Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club. DAVID A. WOODS, JR. Olney Public School Administration-A.C.E.g F.T.A.g Pre-Law Club. THOMAS B. WOODY Abilene Industrial Arts-Geezlesg G.I.X., V.-Pres.g Industrial Arts Club. JUNE WRIGHT Brownwood Secondary Education-College Playersg C. L. C. KENNETH WAYNE YANCEY Canton Industrial Arts ALLEN R. YOUNG Decatur Physical Education HAROLD YOUNG Paradise Industrial Arts MARY JEAN YOUNG Greenwood Elementary Education PAGE 222 school of education l TOP: Parade band vmzgnarfl 1190105 in color . . . and "little .rmjT." . . . AIIDDLE ". . . my rieab, iff beam nlee-fzfivzef' . . . BOTTOM: "Anybody .teen my Nzmzber Nme.r?" ada - but Reading left to fight ' FIRST ROW: C11 Billie Adams, Hillsboro, C21 Lu Jeanne Alldredge, Hills- boro, C51 Evelyn Arnold, Big Spring, C41 jim Avery, Dallas. ' SECOND ROW: C11 jean Bain, Texarkana, C21 Ben Barnett, Mexia, C31 Ruth Bartley, Weslaco, C41 Bob Beckner, Denton. ' THIRD ROW: C11 Doris Bennett, Bryson, C21 Hannah Binder, Waxahachie, C31 Billy Black, Marrin's Mill, C41 Russel Boney, Strfiord. ' FOURTH ROW: C11 Robert Bonner, Panhandle, C21 Dovie Bowers, Lindale, C31 Bobby Boyd, Springtown, C41 Bettye Bradley, Van Alstyne. ' FIFTH ROW: C11 john F. Bradshaw, Denton, C21 Mrs. Mary Lynn Bradshaw, Newcastle, C31 Lynn Brooks, Carrollton, C41 jess C. Brown, Hamilton. ' SIXTH ROW: C11 Maxine Brown, Richland, C 21 Opal Brown, Texarkana, C51 Fred Bruce, Denton, C41 Ouida Butts, Dekalb. PAGE 225 school of education I? -- i 'Em TOP: Zemr defy elementr nr they gn mmewlaere . . . MID- DLE: Geometry ir not required for rqmzre dancing . . . BOT- TOM: Racfeeterr and kibitzerr in Bruce Hall ganzeroom. can - lar SX Q' 1 5- 5' 4.31 Reading across both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Ray Edwin Cannon, Denton, C25 Ken- neth Carley, San Angelo, C55 William T. Carse, Corpus Christi, C45 J. E. Carson, Greenwood . . . C55 George Carter, Houston, C65 Lee Casteel, Denton, C75 Barbara Chapman, Kilgore, C85 Clay E. Chester, Postoak, C95 jean Ellen Chowns, Big Spring, C105 Mira Beth Clark, Denton, C115 Warren G. Clary, Nocona, C125 Vernon Compton, Winters. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Lavena Faye Cook, Hawley, C25 Virginia Coulston, Lancaster, C35 Charles E. Crain, Jr., Denton, C45 Carolyn Crawford, Selman . . . C55 Colby David Crockett, Dallas, C65 William Cruce, Mineral Wells, C75 Wanda Lou Cunningham, Nocona, C85 Byron G. Darnell, Denton, C95 Wesley Davis, Atlanta, C105 Dale Day, Whitesboro, C115 jim Day, Rotan, C125 Phil Dispenza, Dallas. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Audrey Duncan, Decatur, C25 jack D. Durham, Sterling City, C55 Bonnie Earles, Ponder, C45 Lanelle Ervin, Mertens . . . C55 Bill Estes, Hico, C65 Coy Nell Evans, Weatherford, C75 J. I.. Fagg, Blue Ridge, C85 Harold W. Farmer, Meridian, C95 jackie Ferree, Fort Worth, C105 Lovie Joanne Fincher, Clifton, C115 Bob Finley, Eliasville, C125 Patsy Ruth Fleming, Denton. ' FOURTH ROW: PAGE 224 CID Ben B. Ford, Denton, CZD Jack Ford, San Saba, C3D A1111 FOX, Kauffnflrlg C4D Toinetre Fufrfill, Forney . . . CSD Wilburn A. Gann, Jr., Eliasville, C6D judge George, McKinney, C7D Thomas D. Goodwin, Gorman, CSD Gloria Griffin, McKinney, C9D Elmer D. Grimes, Bullard, CIOD Ellen Grisham, Hungerford, CIID Gordon Grisham, Bryson, CIZD June Hackney, Gatesville. ' FIFTH ROW: CID Charles Harris, Tyler, C2D Billy Harrison, Dennis, CSD Martha Len Henderson, Denton, C4D Charles Hendricks, Anna . . . C5D Mary Kathryn Henry, Dallas, C6D Robert Wayne Hightower, Van, C7D Robineta Holcomb, Gunter, CSD Ruth Hopkins, Drum, C9D Jo Howell, Van Alstyne, CIOD Ruth Hutcheson, McKinney, CIID Edwin E. jenkins, Mesquite, CIZD Lynn Nell Jenkins, Devers. ' SIXTH ROW: CID Fannette Johnson, Fort Worth, C2D Mary Johnson, Lufkin, CSD Patsy jones, Wicliita, C4D Mauricia Keathley, Dallas . . . CSD Troy Kemper, Melrose, New Mexico, C6D Kay Kincaid, Fort Worth, C7D Patricia King, Canyon, C 8D Beverly Kirby, Garland, C9D Evelyn Labus, Edinburg, CIOD Dale Lain, Hamlin, CIID jack Lambert, Fort Worth, CIZD Mary Jane Largent, Chico. PAGE 225 school of education . .1 1 fx st-V . s , A e TOP: WRA bfzrbeczle lookr goofl from :my mzgle . . . fVl1DDLE.' Bar1zeby"r henclamen work over az citizen . . . BOT- TOM: Big Chief Eagle gem' fezzzfberr at NT-OCU game lmlf-time ceremonief. law - wil ks: S t 21. L .A N V.. ,... , 4, .... , . Ci i . , " it 715, 2 " ' ' . J , ,. , '15 'f'- ' ' '. 1, ,, .. , C , X Q!! Reading :zcforr both pager left to fight ' FIRST ROW: C15 William Jackson Lawhorn, Rockwallg C25 Palmer Lee Lawrence, Arlington, C35 Winfred Leach, Allen, C45 Jimmie Faye Lewis, For-feston C55 Joyce Littleton, West, C65 Ramona Loftin,Dallasg C75 Charles E. Love, Denton, C85 Anna McBee, Roxton, C95 Dell McGraw, Barry, C105 Elizabeth McJunkin, Dublin, C115 Richard J. MC- Kinney, Lufkin, C125 Ned McNeill, Denton. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Colin McSween, Denton, C25 Darrell Mabry, Kerens, C35 Louise Madder, Marlin, C45 Henrie Marshall II, Beaumont . . . C55 Hubert Marvel, Panhandle, C65 Olin Arthur Maybin, Waxahachieg C75 Hazel Melton, Gaines- ville, C85 Ted S. Metcalf, Corsicanag C95 Thomas Charles Miller, Fort Worthg C105 Nona Lou Mor- rison, Walntit Springs, C115 Lily O. Mosqueda, Edinburg, C125 Waymon Mulkey, Denton. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Thelma Fay Nations, Vang C25 Laverne Needham, Godleyg C55 Jonette Oldham, Hearne, C45 Ruth Osburn, Pilot Point . . . C55 Bill Owen, Hawkins, C65 Virgil Patton, Whitt, C75 Betty Paul, Denton, C85 Grover Pearson, Reagong C95 Roger Perry, Mettensg C105 Constance Phillips, Martin's Mill, C115 Betty Pittman, Weatherford, C125 Robert Pitts, Hawkins. ' FOURTH ROW: PAGE 226 A C 15 Leonard E. Pritchett, Spur, C25 Henry Ramsey, Atlanta, C35 Billy Randles, McKinney, C45 Hugh H. Reynolds, San Antonio . . . C55 Mary Ethel Richardson, Hallsville, C65 Gwendelle Roberson, Valley Mills, C75 Janelle Roberson, Valley Mills, C85 Marjorie Roberson, Hillsboro, C95 Alton L. Robinson, Austin, C105 Harvey Rogers, Mart, C115 Fred Ruland, jr., Bellville, C 125 J. C. Seaton, Jr., Clyde. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Bobbie Nell Sherley, Lakeview, C25 Jimmie Lou Sims, Waxahachie, C35 Dolores, Smith, Gladewater, C45 Glenn Smith, Big Spring . . . C55 John Smith, Saint jo, C65 Ladd Smith, Big Spring, C75 Martha Ann Smith, Texarkana, C85 Evelyn Smyth, Dallas, C95 Roy Sorrell, McKinney, C105 L. D. Sparkman, Denton, C115 Jim Stringer, Fort Worth, C125 William H. Stroman, Eagle Pass. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Shirley Taylor, Farmersville, C25 James Thompson, Jr., Chickasha, Oklahoma, C 35 Eloise Turner, Wichita Falls, C45 Paula Turner, Dallas . . . C55 john Vasek, Wharton, C65 Richard Wall, Fort Worth, C 75 Harrell Weatherred, Kress, C85 Geraldine Welborn, McKinney, C95 Billy White, Lake Dallas, C105 Harold White, Burkett, C115 Jack Williams, Fort Worth, C125 Kurz Westall Williams, Saint jo. PAGE 227 school of education . . . 9. FIRST ROW, left to right: Wm. J. Williams, Sher- man, Bertie Williamson, Burkburnettg Charles L Wilson, Denton. SECOND ROW, left to right: Morgan Wilson, Bells' Vfanda jo Windham, Baird, Maxine Winn, Jacks- boro. THIRD ROW, left to right: jeane Wooten, Mineola, Lynn Zimmerman, Dallas, Bernard J. Henzler, Pilot Point. school of home economics Since its inception in 1901 when the college was founded, the School of Home Economics has devoted its curricula to the training of teachers in this field. Although the primary function of the division remains the same today, the flexibility and overall utility of its streamlined training program enables students graduating as majors in home economics to become school lunchroom supervisors, cafeteria managers, dietitians, or nursery school teachers. As an ultimate goal for those who do not follow profes- sional work, the values and responsibilities of the home and family life are brought sharply into focus in its voca- tional homemaking courses. The "know-how" for laying the foundation of a sound American home and family life as Well as for profitable and stimulating experiences in the professional world are reflected in the four majors of the School of Home Economics. Majors leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Home Economics are clothing and related arts, foods and nutrition, home and family life, and general home economics. While its curricula is essentially practical, the division, progressive and forward-looking, sprinkles literally the teaching of fundamental principles involved in group sit- uations such as the home, the school, and the community, With emphasis on democracy in everyday living. FLORENCE ISABELLE SCOULAR, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Dean of the School of Home Economic: PAGE 228 DOLORES BALDWIN Fort Worth Foods and Nutrition-Ellen H. Richards Clubg Foods and Nu- trition Club. DORIS BARNETT Dallas Home Economics--Zeta Pi Gamma. MARY CAMPSEY Jacksboro Home Economics-W.R.A.g Ellen H. Richards Club. MARY JIM CARMICHAEL BO!1l1am Home Economics-Delta Chi Deltag Ellen H. Richards Clubg Sr. Mary Ardens, Food and Nu- trition Club. BETTY CHAPPELL Pittsburg Vocational Home Economics- Jr. Mary Ardensg Ellen H. Rich- ards'Clubg Kappa Kappa Kappa, Rep. '47, Treas. '48. MILDRED CLEMENT Era Vocational Home Economics- Gammadions Societyg Sr. C.L.C.g Ellen H. Richards Clubg Home and Family Life Club, Phi Upsi- lon Omicron, Editor and Histo- rian '47-'-495 B.S.U. OLGA E. CLIFFORD Beaumont Home Economics-Ellen H. Richards Club. ANNA RUTH Cox Fort Worth Home Economics OLGA CRISWELL Marlin Home Economics MARY ENGELHARDT Ardmore, Okla. Foods and Nutrition-Ellen H. Richards Club, Pres. '48, Foods and Nutrition Club, Kappa Del- ta Pi, Treas. '48, Chem. Club, jr. Mary Arden. NORMA JANE ESTES Gainesville Home Economics-Ellen H. Richards Club, Foods and Nu- trition Club. JEANE FRANCISCO Fort Worth Vocational Home Economics- Ellen H. Richards Club. NADINE GEE Granbury Home Economics-Ellen H. Richards Club, Home and Fam- ily Life Club, Pres. '48-'493 House Presidents Clubg Pi Ome- ga Pi. JEANETTE GREEN FOI! vUO1'Ill Home Economics-Phi Upsilon Omicron, Sec. '48-'49g Foods and Nutrition Club, Rec. '48. MARY' HEALD Rusk Home Economics-Ellen H. Richards Club. JOAN FRERE HILL Fort Worth Home Economics-Ellen H. Richards Clubg Zeta Pi Gamma, Keeper of Books, Sec., V.-Pres. AVELYN HOHERTZ Big Spring Foods and Nutrition-Ellen H. Richards Clubg Foods and Nu- trition Clubg House Presidents Clubg Student Religious Coun- cil. MARIE IRVIN Hillsboro Home Economics and Foods and Nutrition-Ellen H. Richards Club. BOBBIE KING Winnsboro Home Economics MRS. ARVA MCCARTY KNIGHT Denton Home Economics-Ellen H. Richards Club. JO ANN MIOSLEY Alvord Home Economics-Kappa Kap- pa Kappa. GLENOLA FAYE MURPHY Brownfleld Home Economics-Ellen H. Richards Club, Zeta Pi Gamma. HELEN PEDEN Fort Worth Home Economics MARGARET H. SAUNDERS Brownsboro Home Economics-Zeta Pi Gam- mag Ellen H. Richards Clubg Phi Upsilon Omicron. CAROLL SCHMIDT Victoria Home Economics-Ellen H. Richards Clubg Home and Fam- ily Life Club, F. T. A. BENNIE SEWELL Mineola Clothing and Related Art- B.S.U., Ellen H. Richards Club. NORMA JEAN SUTTON Rotan Foods and Nutrition-Sr. Mary Ardeng Ellen H. Richards Clubg Phi Upsilon Omicron. MARG ARET TRIGG Eastland Home Economics LOMETA WANN Paluxy Home Economics-Ellen H. Richardsg F.T.A., Tarleton Club. NIARGARET ANN WILSON Hillsboro Home Economics-Phi Upsilon Omicron, V.-Pres. '48g Sr. C.L.C.g Iillen H. Richards Club, Treas. ' 7. MILDRED WYATT Denton Vocational Home Economics . . . class of 949 """wH" PAGE 9 41.1. -J school of home economies . . . 95 Reading left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Audie Faye Adams, Kirvin, C25 Ida Belle Allen, Fort Worth, C35 Joan Anthony, Hillsboro, C45 Grace Katheryne Baker, Fort Worth, C55 Barbara Baldwin, Edgewood, C65 Margaret Best, Farmersville, C75 Evelyn Bigby, Ballinger. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Helen Bigham, Waxahaclmie, C25 Tommy Ann Booker, Goldthwaite, C55 Joe Boren, Collinsville, C45 Ellen Dee Brock, Roanoke, C55 Evelyn Brodie, Denton, C65 Louise Davis, Denton, C75 Jane Ann Dean, Jacksonville. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Dorothy Dill, Sweetwater, C25 Naomi Embry, Gainesville, C35 Johnnie Fenner, Stephenville, C45 Alice Anna Guthrie, Santa Anna, C55 Ruth Hackney, Gatesville, C65 Faye Hall, Harrold, C75 Elizabeth Harpold, Dallas. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Jo Herd, Jacksboro, C25 Dorothy Hickey, Royalty, C35 Joyce Hinds, Fort Wortlm, C45 Katie Koeninger, Oklaunion, C55 Hazel Landrum, Lometa, C65 Janelle Loveless, Hillsboro, C75 Beverly Dague McClintock, Dallas, C85 Laura Jane Miller, Paris. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Bobbie Noel, Ennis, C25 Mrs. Joann Partain, Athens, C55 Jean Pearson, Fort Worth, C45 Billie Phillips, Decatur, C55 Anna Scott, Denton, C65 Carolyn Shell, Beaumont, C75 Billie Jean Spalding, Denton, C85 Mary Ann Speer, Sherman. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Betty Sue Stuart, Cleburne, C25 Delia Thompson, Weslaco, C35 Wanda Trammell, Lometa, C45 John Ann Vann, Era, C55 Mrs. Martha Heauvin White, Grand Prairie, C65 Suzanne Williams, Fort Worth, C75 Joy Wilson, Fort Worth, C85 Joyce Wilson, Greenwood. PAGE 230 Q r WALTER HUTCHINSON HODGSON B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of the School of Mmic sehool of music Ambitious students of music are looking more and more toward the NTSC School of Music for a fulfillment of dreams in the "Eighty" world of sharps and flats. On their musi- cal horizons are years of work and study, but they are confident that training in this highly- accredited school of music will equip them with the necessary tools to succeed in their chosen work. The school is highly regarded in music circles and its graduates have distinguished them- selves in virtually every phase of the art. Growth of the division has been remarkably rapid, and the work of Dr. Wilfred Bain, now dean of the School of Music at Indiana University, and its present head, Dr. Walter H. Hodgson, has not gone unheralded. The School of Music offers instruction in the whole field of music on both the under- graduate and graduate level. Included in its well-rounded curricula are instruction for vocal and instrumental supervisors in public school music, for private teachers of applied music, for students majoring in Elementary Education, and for students desiring a cultural back- ground in music. Majors leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Sci- ence in Music Education are offered for majors in composition, church music, musicology, dance band, piano, voice, organ, harp, and all orchestral and band instruments. Thirty-three permanent teachers and 24- fellows provide instruction for the School of Music housed in Music Hall, Orchestra Hall, and 'temporary practice buildings. PAGE 231 f My vi :I SHIRLEY BEALL Demon Music Education - Gammadion Societyg Jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng Mu Phi Epsilong Kappa Theta Pi. SALLIE BELL M6Xla Music Education-Kappa Theta Pig Women's Choirg Chapel Choir. MRS. CATHERINE BoYcE Lubbock Music Education-Sigma Alpha Iotag Oratorio Chorus. DESMOND E. BREWER DCI1lSOI1 Music-Phi Mu Alphag N.T. Bandg Orchestrag Men's Glee Club. JUNE BROWN Fort Worth Music Education-Women's Choirg A Cappella Choirg Grand Chorusg Opera Workshopg Sig- ma Alpha Iotag F. T. A. KITTY LEE BUTTRAM Oak Grove Music Education-Mu Phi Epsi- long Harp Ensemble. PENELOPE COFFEY Washington, D. C. Music Education-Mu Phi Epsi- lon, V.-Pres. '4Sg Delta Chi Del- tag Jr. Mary Ardeng Symphony Orchestrag Concert Bandg Pit Orchestrag Student Senator. JANE COLLINS Abilene Music-Sigma Alpha Iotag A Cappella Choirg Sr. Mary Ardeng House President's Clubg Grand Chorus. NORMA RUTH COLSON Marietta, Okla. Music-A Cappella Choirg Wo- rnen's Choirg Oratorio Chorusg Chapel Choir. JOE DABNEY Granbury Music Education-Phi Mu Al- phag Concert Bandg Grand Chor- usg Fine Arts Comrnitteeg March- ing Band. MRS. PEGGY WILSON DAVIS , Jacksonville Music Education AVA NELL DONOHO Fort Worth Music Education-Jr. Mary Ar- deng Oratorio Chorusg Chapel Choir, Sigma Alpha Iota, Treas. '48-'49. ROBERT DOROUGH Amarillo Music-Phi Mu Alpha. KATHLEEN DORROH Denison Music and Speech - Co ncert Bandg Symphony Orchestrag Col- lege Playersg Sinfonietta. school of music JOANNA L. DURST Optima, Okla. Music Education - A Cappella Choirg Grand Chorusg Bach Choir. RICHARD ERWIN Longview Music Education JOHN FARRIS Brownwood Music Education-N. T. Bandg Orchestrag Acesg Pi Phi Pig Phi Mu Alpha. DORTHA FRANKLIN Highlands Secondary Education - Concert Bandg Marching Bandg Sr. Mary Ardeng F. T. A., Sec. '48-'49. SHANNON GARDNER Roosevelt Music JOHN E. GILBERT Houston Music Education and Voice-A Cappella Choirg Chapel Choirg Grand Chorusg Opera Work- shop. LERoY GOOCH Wilmer Music-Talonsg Concert Bandg Symphony Orchestra. WILLIAM S. GRAY Pampa Music Education-Grand Chor- usg Concert Bandg Men's Chorusg Phi Mu Alpha, National Coun- cilman. PAULINE GUY Kilgore Piano JANE EILAND HAMILTON Pierre, S. D. Music-Sigma Alpha Iotag Jr. Mary Ardeng Sr, Mary Arcleng College Playersg International Relations Clubg A Cappella Choirg Grand Chorusg Women's Choirg Opera Workshop. JAMES HART Ennis Music Education-Men's Choirg Grand Choirg Symphony Orches- tra. DICK HIGHFILL Denton Music Education LAVERNE HODGES Center Point Music-Gammadion Societyg Wornen's Chorusg Harp Ensem- bleg Concert Band. CHARLES RAY HoLBRooK Mineola Music Education-A Cappella Choir. PAGE 232 DORIS JANICE HULKE Waco Music Education-Grand Chor- usg Women's Choirg Jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng Chapel Choir. BOB IRBY Plainview Music NIERLIN E. JENKINS, JR. Comanche Music-Phi Mu Alphag Stage Bandg Symphony Orchestrag Con- cert Band. MARGARET JONES Beaumont Music-Concert Band. ANN JORDAN Rankin Music-Harp Ensembleg Wom- en's Choirg A Cappella Choirg Grand Chorus. LEWIS JORDAN Rankin Music Education-Men's Chorusg A Cappella Choirg Grand Chor- us. BERNICE LEBOWITZ Waco Music-Sigma Alpha Iota, V.- Pres. '48-'-495 Jewish Campus Club, Pres. '46-'47g Symphony Orchesrrag S tr i n g Sinfoniettag Aces. Z VA if fs. - WILLIAM P. LEE, III Galveston Music Education-Pi Phi Pig Acesg Symphony Orchestrag Pit Orchestrag Grand Chorusg New- man Club. ALEX LESUEUR Holdenville, Okla. Music-Phi Mu Alpha. FRANKIE Lou LUKER Hico Music Education KATHERINE MCNEILL Houston Music-Mu Phi Epsilon, Treas. '47-'48-'49g S r. Mary A r d en, Treas. '48-'49g A Cappella Choirg Aquacade. RAYMOND CLYDE MESLER, JR. Little Genesee, N. Y. Music Education CARL MEYERS Texas City Music-Phi Mu Alpha. GRACE MORALES Denton Music-Mu Phi Epsilong Sym- phony Orchestrag String Orches- tra. JAMES R. NANCE Amarillo Voice JOANNA PACE Fort Worth Music Education - S ymph o ny Orchestrag Sinfoniettag Pit Or- chestrag Green Jackets. MARTHA PENDER Abilene Voice-A Cappella Choirg Grand Chorusg Sr. and Jr. Mary Ardeng College Playersg Sigma Alpha Iota. ANGELA PERDICI-II Waco Music-Newman Clubg A Cap- pella Choirg Chapel Choirg Grand Chorus. LUCILE PHILLIPS San Angelo Music Education - Sr. C. I.. C.g Womens Choirg Grand Chorus. J. MARVIN POLLARD Rockport Church Music-Marching Bandg Concert Bandg Men's Chorusg A Cappella Choirg Phi Mu Alphag Grand Chorus. RUTH REAVLEY Nacogdoches Music-Mu Phi Epsilong Jr. and Sr. Mary Ardeng Alpha Chig Who's Who in American Uni- versities and Collegesg Grand Chorusg Piano Ensemble. JONEL REDMON Longview Music-Sr. C.I..C.g Grand Chor- usg Women's Choir. . . class of 949 "'m'9"" PAGE 253 wi WAYNE ROE Austin Music SARAH JANE SAYE Longview Music ANNE SCHOENFIELD Miles Music-Sigma Alpha Iota, Pres. '48-'49g Sr. Mary Ardeng House Presidents Clubg Student Religi- ous Council, Sec.-Treas. '48-'49g Chapel Choirg Oratorio Choir. STANLEY SHEPELWICH Fort Worth Organ-Orchestrag Grand Chor- usg Phi Mu Alphag Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chi. SUE SON Plainview Music-Delta Chi Deltag A Cap- pella Choirg Grand Choir. LLOYD TALIAFERRO Sherman Music Composition CHRIS PETE XERos Dallas Violin JOYCE N. YOUNG Brownwood Music Education-House Presi- dents Clubg Sigma Alpha Iotag Sr. C.L.C., Treas.g Grand Chorus. school of music g 1,1 5 TOP: Words of advice from the large to the mzall at the Big-Little Sirter prerevziation. . . . MlDDLE.' I-Ialftime alpha- laetlcr by NT parade band. .. BOTTOM: "Doem't anyone ree the little guy in the rear?" ake - woo 1 1 it Erie. Reading aaron both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: Wigan 1 'if-,VT v ma Benton, Wichita... C55 Carl Best, Maryville, C65 5 A X Newcastle, C85 Wesley Coffman, Ardmore Oklahoma, C95 Percy Van Cole, Fort Worth, C105 Margie Commander, Graves. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Lloyd Cook, Dallas, C25 Jim Cotton, Memphis, Tennessee, C55 Neil Davis, Tyler, C45 Johnnie Derr, Quitmang C55 Doris Yvonne Dodgen, Winnsborog C65 Betty jane Donnlson, Sterling City, C75 Jeaneane Dowis, Dallas, C85 Shirley Daniel Dyson, Houston, C95 Eleyce Gibson, Lufking C105 Louise Graham, Winnie. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Patricia Greaves, Fort Worth, C25 Margaret PAGE 234 C15 jacquelyn Aken, Atlanta, C25 Elizabeth Anderson, Clarksville, C35 Betty Armstrong, Panhandle, C 45 Nor- Peggy Boston, Angleton, C75 Marilyn Joy Bullock, rw i 1 E Greenwood, Cross Plains, C35 Bettie Guyton, Brady, C45 Carolyn Harmon, Fort Worth, C55 jean Harrison, Searcy, Arkansas, C65 Frances Horsley, Arlington, C75 Mary Nan Hudgins, Dallas, C85 Dorothy Ann Johnson, Amarillo, C95 Norma jones, Greggton, C105 Charles Lane, Victoria, C115 Ray Little, Comanche. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Ernestine McCarty, Burke, C25 Frances Malone, Silsbee, C 35 Phil Manning, Rusk, C45 George Durwood Minter, Stephenville, C55 Donna Moore, Dallas, C65 jean Moseley, Rusk, C75 Robert Payne, Orange, C85 Lydia Ann Pickett, Galveston, C 95 Paul Riordan, Fort Worth, C105 Ira Schantz, Lubbock, C 115 Pat Scheihagen, Bryan. ' FIFTH ROW: C 15 Ruth Schoenfield, Miles, C25 Mary E. Sellers, DeKalb, C35 Bill Shadle, Houston, C45 Alfred Skoog, Borger, C55 Betty Sterling, Port Neches, C65 Hobson Tune, Forney, C75 Farris Vaughan, Plain- view, C85 john H. Walker, Gainesville, C95 Elizabeth Wilfrey, Webster Groves, Mo., C 105 Anna Lou Williams, Moran, C11 5 Clarence Wood, Texas City. PAGE 235 so homores . . . TOP: Cheerleader candidate: -more yellr from more heller . . . MIDDLE.' The Maczildow menage stage: its own imprer- Jiue ground game at half time. . . . BOTTOM: Country Cluh dance time for the thunder- ing herd. ada - bro I I . 5 , ': M. 1 a - . I 1 , . in r. N ,. ,A ll , ' , Reading across hoth pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Jenny Adams, Bivins, C25 Mary Louise Adams, Bryan, C 55 Pat Adams, Royce City, C45 Marsha Lee Adkins, Mexia . . . C55 joe Albright, Sulphur, Oklahoma, C65 Sherry Albritton, Palestine, C75 H. Wayne Alexander, Waxahachie, C85 Frances Allman, Amarillo, C95 Irma Marie Alvarez, Houston, C105 Anna Lou Anderson, Eastland, C115 Ross Anderson, Valley View, C125 Eleanor Andrew, Irving. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Don Antle, Vernon, C25 Louise Arnold, Fort Worth, C35 Florence Arrington, Baytown, C45 Irene Ashen- felter, Dallas . . . C55 Earl R. Asher, Evanston, Ill., C65 Constance Aten, Dallas, C75 Larry Austin, Vernon, C85 Patricia Avery, Longview, C95 Carolyn Bailey, Santa Monica, California, C105 Joann Bailey, Vernon, C115 Mary Sue Baker, Bonham, C125 Beverly Ball, Throckrnorton. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Glen Barnes, Prosper, C25 Norma Barrington, Sherman, C55 jim Barton, Mt. Pleasant, C45 Beth Basye, San Antonio . . . C55 Bill Baxter, Dallas, C65 Bennie Paul Beardon, Decatur, C75 june Bearmore, Bel- mar, New Jersey, C85 Bobby Beck, Iowa Park,C 95 Edith Beckner, Denton, C105 Lois Marie Belsher, Dallas, C115 Ward B. Benson, jr., Galveston, C125 Charles Berry, PAGE 256 Waco. ' FOURTH ROW: C11 Ernestine Berry, Spur, C21 Charles S. Biederman, Penns Grove, New jersey, C31 Russell Bilyeu, Krum, C41 Kenneth Bishop, Floydada . . . C51 Larry Bishop, San Angelo, C 61 Robert Black, Dallas, C 71 Vancie Blackmon, McKinney, C81 David Blacknall, Denison, C91 Tom Blair, Jr., San Antonio, C101 Mary Blake, Vernon, C111 Ruth Blankenship, Lufkin, C121 james F. Bledsoe, San Angelo. ' FIFTH ROW: C11 Dolores Bolton, Orange, C21 Robert Boninol, Karnay, C51 Patsy Boren, Wichita Falls, C41 Sare Boulter, Tyler . . . C51 Marilyn Bowden, Ballinger, C61 Bonita Boyd, Forestburg, C71 Cornellia Boyd, Sweetwater, C81 Gerald Boyd, Saint Jo, C91 Lester Wade Boyd, Jr., Foresrburg, C101 Margie Boyd, Allen, C111 Jim Bradford, Iowa Park, C121 Norma Bradford, joshua. ' SIXTH ROW: C11 Robert Brady, Bowie, C21 James H. Brandt, Dallas, C31 Marianne Brasher, Waxahachie, C41 Henry Braswell, Blue Ridge . . . C51 LeRoy Braswell, Blue Ridge, C 61 L. C. Brawley, McKinney, C71 jeannene Bridges, Dallas, C81 Jeannette Bridges, Dallas, C91 Don Briscoe, Valley View, C101 Jack Brookins, Breckenridge, C111 Marian Dyerly Brooks, Ardmore, Oklahoma, C121 Billy Broome, Fort Worth. PAGE 237 C C M, H. sophomores . . . iii. is. wa- ta . - r' 1 ' . e 1 1. nga r 1 K ' 33? . -' 1 Wk, TOP: Scenic 'uiewf are better than bztgf on Biology jielil trip . . . MlDDLE,' Dorm for- mizlirtr with 'Fermi' mid tloe Acer . . . BOTTOM: Home- coming float tzchievef balance. bro - cur Retailing aaron both page! left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Mary Louise Broome, Sherman, C25 Eleanor Brothers, Denton, C55 Authalia Brown, Waco, C45 Barbara Brown, River Forest, lllinois . . . C55 B. O. Brown, Ennis, C65 Doris Brown, Blum, C75 Loretta Rae Brown, Dallas, C85 Susanne Brown, Fort Worth, C95 Thomas K. Brown, Jr., Waxahachie, C105 Walt Brown, Denton, C115 William Guy Brown, Jr., Bridgeport, C125 Billy Browning, Rusk. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Robert B. Buchanan, Beltsville, Maryland, C25 Nita Bullard, Covington, C35 Frances Verlyn Bullock, New- castle, C45 Sue Burge, Denton . . . C55 Joe Burks, Anna, C65 Barbara Burns, El Dorado, Arkansas, C75 Arthur Burrer, Long Lake, South Dakota, C85 jerre G. Butler, Fort Worth, C95 Norris Dean Butler, jr., Dallas, C105 Sue Byrum, Garland, C115 Dorothy Cain, Allen, C125 Lois Caldwell, Stamford. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Carol Cameron, Greenville, C25 Lendon Campbell, Harlingen, C35 Lilliah Rae Campsey, jacksboro, C45 Hulda Cannon, Odell . . . C55 Barton Cantrell, Dallas, C65 Joe Cantwell, Denton, C75 john Carlson, Watertown, South Dakota, C85 Dorothy Carnegie, Port Arthur, C95 Norman Carpenter, Graham, C105 Robert Carpenter, Dallas, C115 Letitia Casteel, Houston, C125 Neal Ceath, Denton. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Johnnie PAGE 238 'au - AMA. Cecil, Burkburnett, C25 D. G. Chamberlain, Munday, C35 Virginia Champion, Decatur, C45 Jacqueline Chandler, Denton . . . C55 Ben Chappell, Bowie, C65 Thomas Chen- nault, Grand Prairie, C75 Mary Anna Christian, Dallas, C85 Margaret Clephane, Dallas, C95 Peggy Click, Houston, C105 Nona Faye Clyburn, Hawley, C115 Pet Cody, Mar- shall, C12 5 Robert O. Cody, Houston. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Mary Katherine Coe, Kountze, C25 Carolyne Colley, Houston, C35 Shirley Collings, Dallas, C45 Grace L. Collins, Tulsa, Oklahoma . . . C55 jack Collins, Gladewater, C65 James Collins, Angleton C75 jean Narrell Cook, Vernon, C85 jean Corbin, Denton, C95 George Corley, Winnsboro, C105 Minnie Lou Counts, Trinidad, C115 Jay Covington, San Angelo, C125 Lucius L. Cox, Jr., Denton. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Patricia Cosby, Dallas, C25 L, M. Crannell, Dallas, C35 Richard Crenwelge, Hawkins, C45 Bettye Crider, Hebron . . . C55 Gladys Crisler, Dallas, C65 June Crowe, Bradyi C75 Etta Jean Crowson, Irving, C85 Terry Culley, Gladewater, C95 Rose Ann Cummings, Olney, C105 Jo Ann Currens, Dallas, C115 Jean Evelyn Curry, Waxahachie, C125 Mildred Curry, Royalty. PAGE 259 9.1 sophomores . . j ff-"f'v TOP: Tapper Pfliig pleases SdZll1'ddy night Jmge show azi- rlience . . . MIDDLE.' Regist- tmzfioii with the Jewiceable Green jackets . . . BOTTOM: A disarming pimctzire from Doc Hayes. cur - gan ,gr ,, , ' s Q2 .,, wil . . 1 ,y . Reading aaron both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 George Curtis, Dallas, C25Abigail E. Daly, Philadelphia, Pa., C35 Dorothy Dansby, Valley Mills, C45 Betty Anne Darwin, Whitewright . . . C55 Jewel Daughety, Linden, C65 Mary Davenport, Wichita Falls, C75 Angie Davis, Lefors, C85 Guy Davis, Houston, C95 Marjorie Davis, Dallas, C105 Martha Joe Davis, Wolfe City, C115 Beverly Dawson, Houston, C125 Virginia DeCordova, Dallas. ' SECOND ROW: C15 A. Y. DeLoach, Jr., Marshall, C25 Peggy Dendy, Denton, C35 Billy Lewis Denny, Vernon, C45 Barbara Densman, McGregor . . . C55 Irene Derden, Fotreston, C65 Sarah Dickson, Wichita Falls, C75 Ruth Dixon, Houston, C85 Henry C. Dodd, jr., Texarkana, C95 Martha Joyce Doclgen, Quitman, C105 Dwight Dodson, San Angelo, C115 Homer Dorman, Lockney, C125 Charlotte Dotson, Wichita Falls. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Luann Douglass, Gainesville, C25 an Downing lraan C55 L W Dtechsel Fort Worth C45 Kenneth DuBois J 9 ' ' 3 7 Petrolia . . . C55 Joan Dudley, Plano, C65 joe Duke, Alvin, C75 Bill Dunaway, Azle, C85 Jeff Duncan, Longview, C95 Patti Eager, Stamford, C105 George Eason, Barry, C115 Joyce Marie Edgar, Alice, C125 Howard Edge, Dallas. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 PAGE 240 All, Betty Edmonds, Lewisville, C25 Betty Eldridge, White Oak, C35 Winola Elliott, Frisco, C45 Alma Ellison, Dallas . . . C55 Roy L. Elms, Brownwood, C65 Carolyn Elskes, Hillsboro, C75 Jeanelle Estes, Bonham, C85 Clester Evans, Olney, C95 Milton Jimmy Evans, Dallas, C105 Drucilla Everett, Throckmorton, C115 I-Iartsill Everett, Haskell, C125 Stephen Farkas, Bridgeport, Conn. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Jean Ferguson, Brown- wood, C25 Anna Ferrell, Lake Dallas, C55 Martha Jo Ferrell, Mt. Calm, C45 Vernon Fincher, Denton . . . C55 Estelle Fisher, Cleburne, C65 Marvin Fitch, Grapevine, C75 LaRue Fitzgerald, Denton, C85 Tommy Perry Flanders, Longview, C95 Kathryn Fleming, Mt. Pleasant, C105 Roma Fletcher, Mexia, C115 Jane Flowers, Vernon, C125 R. A. Flowers, jr., Canadian. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Margaret Floyd, Mexia, C25 Beth Forstner, Hillsboro, C55 Kenneth Foster, Fort Worth, C 45 Franchelle Fowler, Mexia . . . C55 Pat B. Fowler, Angleton, C65 Bob Freeman, Pasadena, C75 Ross Free- man, Dallas, C85 Margaret Fredrichs, Houston, C95 Tommy Fulton, Denton, C105 Ralph Furr, McKinney, C115 Ida Galleshaw, Dallas, C125 Ben Ed. Gantt, Princeton. PAGE 241 sophomores . . . Eiil 5 ,..,,,,9..,, .. .,,,-A. W .W ..,1 TOP: Green peely green for worthy Cbrirtmor reolr . . . WIIDDLEJ Nature mul frerh air for Biology fielol tripperr. . . . BOTTOM: Half-time mu- .ficole by the North Texor rmzrcbirzg lmrzrl. gar - hol EA Reorllng oororf both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Ladell Garten, Turners- ville, C25 Nelson Garrison, Petrolia, C55 Mary Gentry, Denton, C45 Lugenia Gibbs, Greenville . . . C55 Dick Gibson, Fort Worth, C65 Donald Gibson, Electra, C75 Sydonia Gilbert, Dallas, C85 Thomas M. Gill, Brownwood, C95 William Gleason, Jacksboro, C105 Weldon Goin, Denton, C115 Anjanelle Good, Slidell, C125 Robert Goode, Star. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Larry Goodman, Dallas, C25 Harold Ray Gore, Mexia, C55 Joann Gore, Bridgeport, C45 Robbie Graham, Collinsville . . . C55 Clota Granberry, Breckenridge, C65 Gara Gray, Dallas, C75 Charlotte Green, Megargel, C85 Fay Green, Dallas, C95 Joy Green, Breckenridge, C105 Shirley Green, Dallas, C115 Joyce Lee Greenwood, Prosper, C125 Leo Gregory, Freeport. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Myrlene Griffin, Eastland, C25 Don Grimes, Weatherford, C55 Robert Grundy, Gaines- ville, C45 Nancy Guynes, Ballinger . . . C55 Frank Haberger, Jr., Houston, C65 Marie Hackney, Gatesville, C75 Jennie Sue Hagan, Whitehouse, C85 Shirley Hagler, Alvin, C95 Barbara Hague, Eastland, C105 Dowell Hailey, Marlin, C115 Jim Hale, Dallas, C125 Constance Hall, Wichita Falls. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Mary Lou Hall, Petrolia, PAGE 242 C25 Leta Frances Hallmark, Mundayi C55 Natalie Hammack, Angleton, C45 Robert E. Hanifen, Des Moines, Iowa . . . C55 Joann Hankins, Bowie,C 65 Nels Hansen, Dallas, C75 Truert Hardesty, Denton, C85 Bob Hardy, Arp, C95 Jeanne Hargrove, Dallas, C105 Robert Bruce Harrell, Kilgore, C115 Charles R. Harris, Eastland, C125 Ivan Harris, Harrold. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Pat Harrison, Haskell, C25 David Harstrom, Dallas, C 35 Ruby Hart, Tioga, C45 Bobbye Hawkins, Mt. Calm . . . C55 Lennette Hawkins, Mexia, C65 Bob Haynie, Roanoke, C75 Dorothy Heard, Archer City, C85 Evelyn Ann Heflley, Fort Worth, C95 jack Hemby, Alvarado, C105 Clarence Hemphill, Breckenridge, C115 joe Hendrix, Madisonville, C125 Geraldine Heninger, Wichita Falls. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Betty Hersh, Denton, C25 Bernard Hetch, Houston, C35 Rodney Hicks, Dallas, C45 Bobbie Ruth Higgins, Seymour . . . C55 Joyce Hightower, Van, C65 Mildred Hightower, Waxahachie, C75 Marjorie Jane Hill, San Marcos, C85 Margaret Hines, Mineral Wells, C95 Ernest R. Hodge, Orange, C105 John I.. Hodo, Quanah, C115 Daryle Hohertz, Big Spring, C125 Helen jo Holder, Wellington. PAGE 243 9.1 sophomores . . . TOP: Regiftmtion-with long liner, aching feet, and crowd- ecl Jcloeclzllex . . . MIDDLE: In the cool of evening, 4 dence, az chick, anal the mzgr . . . BOTTOM: Student Senate .rtnclier college legirletion. hol - lat i ,Kg 3 X P , fn . fx , I its N Mi .iv 1 . :fe ' 2 i Q, 5 2 Rencling cicrorr both pages left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Dorothy Holliday, Bal- linger, C25 Bill Holmes, Jasper, C55 L. B. Holmes, jr., Dallas, C45 Polly Holsted, North Little Rock, Arkansas . . . C55 Dorothy Honeycutt, Dalhart, C65 Ruth Hosford, Denison, C75 Juanell Howard, Pilot Point, C85 M. G. Howard, Celina, C95 Arnold Howell, Van, C105 Harlan Howell, Gainesville, C115 Audren S. Hudgins, Corsicana, C125 Ross joe Hufstedler, Ozona. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Arthur Hughes, Houston, C25 Tommy Hughes, Carrollton, C35 Anna Ruth Humphreys, Tulia, C45 Billie Hunt, Eastland . . . C55 Thomas Hunter, Galveston, C65 Robert Hurt, Seagoville, C75 Aileen Husbenet, Fort Worth, C85 Charles V. Ingram, Dallas, C95 Tommy Ivy, Dallas, C105 Dixie Elaine Jackson, Farmersville, C115 Martha jackson, Dallas, C125 Thomas James jackson, Dallas. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Mary jenkins, McGregor, C25 Robert B. Jen- kins, Fort Worth, C35 Catherine Jennings, Corpus Christi, C45 Granville Jett, Seago- ville . . . C55 Charles Johnson, Fort Worth, C65 Charlotte johnson, Denton, C75 Don johnson, Bowie, C85 Gilbert johnson, Houston, C95 Gloria johnson, Grandfalls, C105 Viola Johnson, Groves, C115 Bettie Joe Johnston, Longview, C125 Bobby Jones, Keller. PAQ: 244 I ffl ' FOURTH ROW: C15 David W. Jones, Greenville, C25 jack jones, Bridgeport, C 55 LaRue Wesley Jones, Lewisville, C45 Mary Jones, Beaumont . . . C55 William jones, Fort Worth, C65 Faye Jordan, ElectragC 75 Edna Jungbecker, Houston, C85 Garland jurick, Denton, C95 Wilma Kays, Wichita Falls, C105 Julia Keahey, Dallas, C115 Kenneth Keck, Seymour, C125 Darliene Anna Keeney, Amarillo. 0 FIFTH ROW: C15 Helen Kelley, Fort Worthg C25 Lorraine Kellogg, Cedar Hill, C35 Mar- garet Killgore, Houston, C45 Larry Kimsey, Carrollton . . . C55 Margaret Kindle, McKinney, C65 Henry A. King, jr., Atlanta, C75 Joe Bob King, Haskell, C85 Richard Kissinger, Brownfield, C95 L. D. Kleypas, Temple, C105 Virginia Knight, Tenahag C115 Charles Knott, Denton: C125 Roy Knowles, Gilmer. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Royce Knowles, Gilmer, C25 Amy Knutson, Gruverg C35 Marydell Koepp, Fort Worth, C45 Georgia Kunkel, Megargel . . . C55 Charles Lackey, Ellinwood, Kansas, C65 Eve Lackey, Dallas, C75 Pat Lail, Jacksborog C85 Rachael Lamons, Olney, C95 Tom Lane, McKinney, C105 Marilyn Langston, San Antonio, C115 Dale Lanier, Valley View, C 125 Kenneth Latimer, Dallas. PAGE 245 sophomores . . . TOP: Doooller in com from the Dipry Doocilerr . . . MID- DLE: Burrow and Bowr and tidy mxer at the MTO fall formal . . . BOTTOM: In buri- vzerr .rcbool they would ray, "keep More twfirtr np!" lan - mea ' -1- 7 V X rl. . Y . aa. as-Mid' v 2,-E4 ix ,A ,J ,-'naw , 1 - gif e ..v x x Reading acrofr both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C13 Paul J. Laurence, Gaines- ville, C23 james Roy Leach, Valley View, C33 JoAnn Leatherman, Bartlett, C43 Wil- liam Wyatt Leavell, Dallas . . . C53 Josephine Lee, Anson, C63 Anet Levine, Gaines- ville, C73 Mary Catherine Lewis, Waxahachie, C83 Virginia Light, Collinsville, C93 jane Lightfoot, Grandview, C103 William Lightsey, Waxahachie, C113 Dolores Lin- ton, Fort Worth, C 123 Orin Littlejohn, Marshall. ' SECOND ROW: C13 Rose Marie Livezey, Sinton, C23 Martha Ann Lloyd, Alice, C33 Anita Jayne Lockhart, Gainesville, C 43 Sarah Ann Lockwood, Beaumont . . . C53 Dorothy Loe, Monahans, C63 Marianne Long, Corsicana, C73 Marian Love, Dallas, C83 joan Lowe, Valley View, C93 Burl Loyd, Dallas, C103 Cornelius E. Lynch, Galveston, C113 Charles Lyon, Waxahachie, C123 Lyndall Magill, Canadian. ' THIRD ROW: C13 james Cooley Mangham, Kaufman, C23 jean Mann, Canton, C 53 Virgil L. Mann, Denton, C43 Carl john Marcler III, Dallas . . . C53 Alma Marks, Longview, C63 John Marquis, McCamey, C73 Margie Marshall, Fort Worth, C83 Catherine Martin, Graham, C93 Hal Martin, Dallas, C103 Lou Martin, Collinsville, C113 Michael Martin, Dallas, C123 V. W. PAGE 246 ' 9-Q, ' ' ici 'EL' aa slr, Martin, Jr., Valley View. ' FOURTH ROW: C 15 Wilma Martin, Krum, C25 Barbara Mathis, Dallas, C55 Billy Maxwell, Waxahachie, C45 Marijon Maxwell, Greenwood . . . C55 Irene Meador, Collinsville, C65 Jim Medley, Haskell: C75 Dan Merriman, Fort Worth, C85 Billy Meyer, Marlin, C95 Doris Meyer, Keller, C105 Regis Meyers, Texas City: C115 Zoe Ann Middlebreak, Corsicanag C125 A. Edgar Miller, Mattituck, New York. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Donna Miller, Crane, C25 James H. Miller, Paris, C35 Glenn Mitchell, Dallas, C45 Mavis Mitchell, Fort Worth . . . C55 Janice Mobley, Bonham, C65 Billy Montegut, Texas City: C75 Betty Moore, Forney: C85 Beverly Moore, Dallas: C95 Earline Moore, Farmersville, C105 Hubert Irvin Moore, Dallas: C115 Joan Moore, Odessa: C125 Joy Moore, Kermit. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Wynette Moore, Red Springs, C25 Dan Morgan, Kamayg C35 Julia Kate Morgan, El Dorado, Arkansas: C45 Bob Morris, Van . . . C 55 Darlene Morris, Olney: C65 Wm. Rex Morrison, Cisco: C 75 Carol Moseley, Longview, C85 Ann Mosely, Brownwood, C95 Clyde Muller, Jr., Vernon: C105 joe Mullinax, Kermit, C115 Edwin Don Myers, Honey Grove: C125 Marjorie McAfee, Winnsboro. PAGE 247 O O sophomores . . . J, 'x . i ,Q 5 ll ' ' , ,a 4 ta, I . TOP: Bruce Hall game room -in the dark, zz .fpizciek iz .rjmde . . . MIDDLE: Big Four dorm whips line zip for All- College Chrirtmar formal . . . B OTTOMJ Bizrrivigtoiz: "Look, no arms!" mcb - rig fill 1 mf 'L 2 fa- l. f' '. X Reading ncrorr both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Marion Sue McBurnett, Palmer, C25 Helen McCasland, Tuliag C35 Orby McCleskey, Floydada, C45 Betty Jo McConnell, Fort Worth . . . C55 Gloria McCutcheon, Dallas, C 6 5 Barbara jean McElhany, Athens, C75 Thomas J. McFarlin, Sanger, C85 Ellna Anne McFatriclge, Big Sandy, C95 Alice McGee, Dallas, C105 Betty McGee, Dallas, C115 Dorothy McGehee, Texas City, C125 Lunella McGuire, Port Arthur. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Eugenia Ruth McKinney, Van Alstyne, C25 Joyce Elaine McKnight, Texarkana, C35 Lane McNutt, Throckmorton, C45 Betty Kirk McSpadden, Ponder . . . C55 Lewis Nation, Irving, C65 Leonard Neal, Monahans, C75 Helen Neary, Harlingen, C85 Edgar W. Nicks, Ft. Stockton, C95 Charles A. Nixson, Longview, C105 Reuben Noel, Amarillo, C 115 Philana Noland, Crawford, C125 Harold Eugene Nolte, Seguin. ' THIRD ROW: C15 H. Carold Nunez, Groves, C25 Annette Obets, San Antonio, C 55 Algene O'Daniel, Tulia, C45 Shirley Oglesby, Waxahachie . . . C55 Louvenia Oldham, Hearne, C65 Ray Ormes, jefferson, C75 Paul G. Orr, Denton, C85 Wanda Orrill, Dallas, C95 Mary Lou Otts, Greenville, C105 Mary jane Painter, Dallas, C115 Betty jo Parks, Raymondville, PAGE 248 C125 Wallace Parker, Fort Worth. ' FOURTH ROW: C 15 E. David Parmela, Dallas: C25 Billy Guy Patterson, Eastland, C55 Placida Patterson, Texarkana: C45 Margie Nell Patton,Tenaha . . . C55 David Payne, Dallas, C65 Patricia Pearce, Abilene: C 75 Janelle Pepper, McKinney, C 85 Pat Perryman, Mineral W'ellsg C 95 Patricia Ann Petrie, Talpa: C 105 Calvin L. Pettit, Throckmortong C115 Charles Pickard, Ladonia, C125 Sue Pickrell, Jacksboro. ' FIFTH ROW: C 15 Nolan Pierson, Saint Jo: C25 Johnnie Pollard, Cooper, C 35 Marjorie Pollard, Amarillo, C45 Walter J. Pollard, Alvarado . . . C 55 Jimmie Pollock, Denton, C65 Dolores Pometti, Collinsville, Illinois, C75 Bill Pool, Albany, C85 Anita Porter, McKinney: C95 Suan Porter, Denton, C105 Jovan Porterneld, Waxahachieg C115 jack W. Pounds, Dallasg C125 Carl Dean Price, Greenville, ' SIXTH ROW: C 15 Othal Roy Price, Bells, C 25 Vincent Price, Vega: C35 Wallace D. Price, Jr., Dallas: C45 Gordon D. Pyle, Asbury Park, New jersey . . . C 55 Chris Randals, Denton: C65 Hazel Mae Randolph, Mexiag C75 Billie Gertrude Ray, Houston, C85 M. B. Ray, Dentong C 95 Meyers Rexine, Texas City, C105 Allegra Richardson, Bonhamg C115 Charles Weldon Richardson, Hawkins, C125 Wanda Rigney, Fort Worth. PAGE 249 sophomores . . . TOP: Docie-Do and Worm" rbe go with Tiny :md Soap- .filth 012 the fio' . . . MIDDLE: IJ it Tlaafzfhrgivifzg time or ir there mrkey in the .rtmw?... BOTTOM: Earl Texrzr game time, and the .rlicffeflonzer are in bmivzerr again. ril - stu f 1 5 ' l Y . if .. , ,, X Mk: I' - . ll 13. A . . I. .W , N W W . . ' Reaciing aaron both pages left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 George D. Riley, Gaines- ville, C25 Nancy Rippy, Fort Worth, C35 Patsy Ruth Rippy, Fort Worth, C45 Doris Roane, Gainesville . . . C55 Grete Robb, Electra, C65 Anna Louise Roberts, Denton, C75 Reba Jean Roberts, Big Spring, C85 Louis Robertson, Dallas, C95 Bob Rogers, Gainesville, C105 Lindy Rogers, Wichita Falls, C115 Gloria Bernys Ross, Krum, C125 Katheryn Ross, Dallas. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Robert G. Rowe, Houston, C 25 Pat Roy, Corpus Christi, C35 Oleta Royall, Athens, C45 Laverne Ruark, Abilene . . . C55 Mary Rucker, Abilene, C65 Caro Russell, Abilene, C75 Lois Reed Rutledge, San Antonio, C85 Dott Sala, New London, C95 Bobbie Sanders, Cleburne, C105 Richard Sanders, Kerens, C115 Polly Sartin, Wichita Falls, C125 Jaylene Savage, Bailey. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Charles Scherle, Denton, C25 C. W. Schimelpfenig, Plano, C35 Susan Schimelpfenig, Plano, C45 Robert Schmidt, Sherman . . . C55 Charles Lee Schneider, Ozona, C65 Doris Anita Schobert, Fort Wortli, C75 Ernestine Scholz, Gaines- ville, C85 Betty Scott, Lefors, C95 Camille Scott, Greenville, C105 Diane Scott, San Saba, C115 Martha Scott, Waxahachie, C125 Joe Seagtaves, Lewisville. ' FOURTH PAGE 250 ROW: C15 Alford Sealey, Wilmer, C25 Jack Searcy, Mineral Wells, C35 Billy Gene Self, Rule, C45 Jack Sellers, Dallas . . . C55 Betty Rose Serofmo, Duncanville, C65 Pat Sewell, Iowa Park, C75 LaVerne Seydler, Houston, C85 Robert Sharp, Waxahachie, C95 Marjorie Shaw, Sweetwater, C105 James Clyde Sheffield, Jasper, C115 James Allen Shifletr, Dallas, C125 Patsy Shirley, Longview. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 James A. Siddens, Jr., Seymour, C25 Jeannette Sikes, Talpa, C 35 Philip Slavick, Memphis, Tenn., C45 Patti Sloan, Estelline . . . C55 Bettye Smith, Amarillo, C65 Jewell Smith, Estelline, C75 Joe Smith, Albany, C 85 Mary Elizabeth Smith, Dallas, C95 Natalie Joyce Smith, Somerset, C105 Richard Smith, Texas City, C115 Sue Smoot, Denton, C125 William Snow, Denton. 0 SIXTH ROW: C 15 Audrey Sommers, Navasora, C25 Norma Sorrels, Denton, C55 Robert Sparks, Fort Worth, C45 Elizabeth Spelce, Fort Worth . . . C55 Richard Spencer, Pittsburg, C 65 Clement Splaingard, Collinsville, C75 Milton B. Spurgeon, Borger, C 85 Oleph Stacy, DeLeon, C95 Robert Stagner, Van, C105 Yvonne Standifer, Dallas, C 115 Mary Joyce Stanley, Denton, C125 Richard Stark, Gainesville. PAGE 251 sophomores . . . TOP: Bnckrmge with "I Like It Here" cart. CN0 loam laerej . . . MIDDLE.' Ir tlair the guy who went blind when the can- cun .t1fm'1!eci? . . . BOTTOM.' "Two no-trump: and yozfre a dead goore, jack." sta - war i ' I X Reading aaron both pages left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Walter Stark, Gainesville, C25 Bill Jim St. Clair, Muleshoe, C55 Virginia Stevenson, Baird, C45 Bob Stewart, Breckenridge . . . C55 jimmy Stewart, Leesbury, C65 jo Ann Stine, Quanah, C75 David M. Stockton, Electra, C85 Polly Stotts, Southland, C95 Hugh Donald Stringer, Gilmer, C105 Mary jean Stucker, Dallas, C115 Frank Sunseri, jr., Galveston, C125 Gillette Sutton, Texarkana- ' SECOND ROW: C15 Paul Swadek, Dallas, C25 Bill Swindle, Fort Worth, C55 Ted D. Talbott, Bridgeport, C45 Mary Ruth Tapp, Mineola . . . C55 Anna Rose Tate, Waco, C65 Margaret Tate, Marlin, C75 Alma Sue Taylor, Saginaw, C85 June Taylor, Athens, C95 Gordon Theilen, Kleberg, C105 Alvin K. Thetford, Lewisville, C115 Louise Thetford, Lewisville, C125 Kenneth Thoma, Dallas. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Charles Thompson, Anna, C25 Velma jean Thompson, Dallas, C55 Dana Thornton, Cisco, C45 Glen Tibbets, Muleshoe . . . C55 Louise Tidwell, Dallas, C65 Kathryn Tiller, Alice, C75 Mary Timmons, Olney, C85 Charles Gervase Titsworth, San Angelo, C95 Bertha Toucheck, Orange, C105 Ace Towe, Panhandle, C115 Paulette Trainham, Vera, C125 Pat Traxler, Corpus Christi. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 A. J. PAGE 252 lib' Triggs, Dallas, C25 joy Triplett, Raymondville, C55 James W. Tucker, Fort Worth, C45 W. Rex Tuel, Burkburnett . . . C55 Eddie Tully, La Porte, C65 Arlie K. Turkett, Vernon, C75 Beverly Turner, Uvalde, C85 Bobradine Turner, Corsicana, C95 Gretchen joan Turner, Dallas, C105 jack Turner, Electra, C115 jack Turner, Eastland, C125 Marvin L Turner, Waxahachie. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Mary Catherine Turner, Wichita Falls, C25 Patricia Marie Turner, Coahoma, C35 Dan G. Tuttle, Longview, C45 George Tyson, Abilene . . . C 55 Martha Tyson, Abilene, C65 Emily Ann Utt, Fort Worth, C75 Paula Mae Vaden, Stamford, C 85 Ruby June Vance, Panhandle, C95 Newton Van Voorhis, Denton, C105 Glenna joy Vaughn, Dublin, C115 Leota Vincent, Sudan, C125 Margaret Wade, Frisco. 0 SIXTH ROXW: C15 Charles Wages, Pilot Point, C25 Lanell Wainscott, Olney, C35 Roland W. Walden, McKinney, C45 john M. Waldrip, Denton . . . C55 Mildred Louise Waldron, Arp, C65 R. Kenneth Walker, Weatherford, C75 Dorothy Wallace, Whitewright, C85 Frances Wallace, Corsicana, C95 David Waller, Fate, C105 Marianne Walter, Plainview, C115 Margaret Ward, Graham, C125 Pansy Ware, Corsicana. PAGE 255 Y. 9 x sophomores . . .' Q N95 ll 1.5, '55 ,ix M Y 4 TOP: Zeta Prerident Hazel Randolph rpookr broom be- tween pledgerloipr . . . MID- DLE: A Clarirtnzar with: One drink from I-Ia1n'r cap . . . BOTTOM: The Bold Look .remi-formal in evening wear as modeled nioderily by Pi Phi Griffin. war - your A- 'f 1 A , A ,A A .L i,.- Svl GN ' ' ,Ali ' if ,,, A Reading aaron both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Helone Warner, Grape- land, C25 Charles R. Warren, Farmersville, C35 Joyce Marie Warren, Fort Worth . . . C45 Jirn Waterman, San Antonio, C55 Cloys Webb, Amarillo, C65 Joyce Webb, Justin, C75 Virginia Webb, Dallas, C85 James Carroll Weedon, Denton, C95 Joyce Westcot, Dallas, C105 Sara Wetzel, Winters. ' SECOND ROW C15 R. L. Whisenant, Rio Grande City, C25 H. E. White, Brownwood, C35 H. E. White, Selman City . . . C45 James White, Corsicana, C55 Martha White, Denison, C65 Paul White, Blue Ridge, C75 Sidney White, Amherst, C85 Jean Whitfield, Dublin, C95 E. L. Whitley, Dallas, C105 Patty June Whitley, Turnersville. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Joanne Whit- more, Fort Worth, C25 Joe M. Whittle, Dallas, C55 Robert W. Wieting, Jr., Palestine . . . C45 William Wilks, Denton, C55 Jess Willeford, Denton, C65 Billy Joe Williams, PAGE 254 -ZX xg Crosbytong C75 Pauline Williams, Lufkin, C85 Mary Annette Willis, Abilene, C95 Danny Wilson, jacksonville, C105 Howard M. Wilson, Nocona- ' FOURTH ROW: C 15 Joe Wilson, Jr., Valley View, C25 Sue Wilson, Philadelphia, Mississippi, C35 Berry Wimbley, Vernon . . . C45 Lois Wingerrer, Dallas, C 55 Nancy Winsread, Wichita Falls, C65 David Wolda, Houston, C75 Roddie Wolverton, Denton, C85 Louise Womack, Fort Worth, C95 James F. Wood, Carlsbad, New Mexico, C105 John Wood, Texas Ciry. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Merry Ruth Wood, Linden, C25 Patsy Woolever, Perroliag C 35 David Works, Dallas . . . C45 Thomas Wright, Tyler, C 55 Don Wylie, Forr Worth, C65 Bobby Young, Dallasg C75 Earle Young, Galvestong' C85 Roy Youngblood, Laredo, C95 Ann Youngblood, Breckenridge, C 105 Robert Yowell, Dallas. PAGE 255 freshmen . . . TOP: Open rpace at zz cozmtry dnb fiance. CGMIQ it, Gwen- dolynj . . . MIDDLE: Inter-Fm! Pledge night-and the cap- mini' wznched their c1'ew.r . . . BOTTOM: Pnrentr ree their charge ncconntf at lnterr0ro1'- ity prerentmfion. abb - bos Reading aaron both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Carl Abbey, Dallas, C25 Beatrice Abell, Vernon, C35 Roland H, Adams, Denton, C45 Marilynne Agnew, Bal- linger . . . C55 Betty jo Alexander, Megargel, C65 Martha Allison, Dallas, C75 Shirley Ann Allrnon, Sherman, C85 Billy Anders, Rule, C95 james Anthony, Denton, C105 Nancy Armor, Dallas, C115 Otis Harold Arnett, Lamesa, C125 Richard Arnwine, Mesquite. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Max Arterberry, Savoy, C25 Elwin Aston, Fort Worth, C35 Jacqueline Ayers, Bay Head, New Jersey, C45 Mary Ayers, Crowell . . . C55 Troy Badgett, Marshall, C65 Barbara Bailey, Dallas, C75 Bobby Bailey, Bonham, C85 james Harold Bailey, Hebron, C95 jimmy Bailey, Cleburne, C105 Virginia Bailey, Amarillo, C115 Bert Baker, Fort Worth, C125 Bill Baker, Breckenridge. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Margaret Baker, Tulia, C25 Orland Baker, Dallas, C55 Talou Balch, Waco, C45 George Baldwin, Fort Worth . . . C55 Ralph Balenrine, Corsicana, C65 Thomas Ballard, Denton, C75 Zoe Barbee, Weslaco, C85 Retta Belle Barker, McKinney, C95 Howard G. Barnes, Plymouth, Indiana, C105 Roger Barnes, Plymouth, Indiana, C115 Mary Alice Barr, Cleburne, C125 Nelda Jean Barr, Gladewater. ' FOURTH ROW: PAGE 256 C15 jackie W. Bartlett, Gunter, C25 Charles Bassett, Marietta, Oklahoma, C35 Kathryn Bassett, Dallas, C45 Oscar K. Baxley, Beaumont . . . C55 Ralph Beall, Lampasas, C65 L. V. Bean, Dublin, C75 Marilyn Beaver, Dallas, C85 Gene E. Beavers, Dallas, C95 James Beckham, Burkburnett, C105 Mary Joyce Bedgood, Atlanta, C 115 Connie Valeria Beeson, Bridgeport, C125 Barbara Bell, Brady. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Norma Bell, Irving, C25 Edwin Bennett, Dallas, C55 Yvonne Fay Bennett, Henderson, C45 Mary Frances Bentley, Irving . . - C55 Betty Berendzen, Dallas, C65 James N. Berry, Dallas, C75 Betty Best, Farmersville, C85 Ralph Bird, Electra, C95 Laura Jean Birdwell, Level- land, C105 Neal Birmingham, Atlanta, C115 Clyde Bishop, Wink, C125 Marjorie Jo Bishop, Krum. ' SIXTH ROW: C 15 Marie Twila Black, Hawley, C25 'Roy Blackwell, Fort Worth, C55 Bill Blair, Dallas, C45 Paula Blancett, Olney. . . C55 Donald Blankenship, Fort Wortlu, C65 Anne Bolin, Paris, C75 W'allace B. Boling, Fort Worth, C85 Virginia Bonds, Mineral Wells, C95 Betty Boone, Dallas, C105 Helen Wyvonne Boone, Dayton, C115 Mildred Bost, Friendswood, C125 Jaynice- Ann Boston, Hereford. PAGE 257 , , 2 A ...952 freshmen . . . TOP: Sunday morning frock: and ffilir on Mnrqnif Hall key: . . . MIDDLE.' Interior- ority Sinnt Nite with Delta Clair who ring, too . . . BOT- TOM: Marqnir cbeenr for iz fgkting flock of Engler. bos - car .5 Y U 'L' . ,, ' 1 ' 1 : . , 4' 1 i . 1..- fr - x H1 mf E' , N. Reinling rzcrorf both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Joyce Boswell, Dallas, C25 Annie Mary Bounds, Cleveland, C55 Becky Jo Bowdoin, Vera, C45 LaVeeta Bowen, Haskell . . . C55 Patricia Jan Bowling, Annona, C65 Ginger Boyd, Tyler, C75 Jessie Lou Boyer, Bedford, C85 Cullen Boyles, Sherman, C95 Uyvonne Boynton, Dallas, C105 Sue Brabham, Bryan's Mill, C115 Anne Bradfield, Fort Worth,C 125 Betty Anne Bradford, Longview. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Mary K. Bradford, Santo, C25 Patricia Gayle Bradley, Bowie, C55 Virginia Ann Brand, Garland, C45 Robert Hugh Brandon, Denton . . . C 55 Jimmy T. Brannan, Abilene, C65 Ruth Brazeel, Graham, C75 Betsy Carolyn Brent, Plano, C85 Daniel Robert Brewer, Dallas, C95 Norma Bridges, Dallas, C105 Corky Bridgman, Dallas, C115 Joan Brimberry, Dallas, C125 Marilyn Britton, Dallas. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Alfred Broad, Brady, C25 Juanna Jo Broaclaway, Pan- handle, C55 Luther A. Brock, Jr-, Bridgeport, C45 Carolyn Broussard, Longview . . . C55 Julia Ruth Brower, Denton, C65 Chrit Brown, Anna, C75 Daniel Brown, Chris- toval, C85 Fran Brown, Corsicana, C95 Harry L. Brown, Jr., Center Point, C105 Lee Brown, Spearman, C115 Mary Louise Brown, Campbellton, C125 Patsy Brown, Sher- PAGE 258 R i I man. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Chester Bruton, Odessa, C25 Nancy Buchanan, Bryan, C55 LaVonne Buck, Denton, C45 Ernest Buice, Forney . . . C55 Patti John Bunch, Corsicana, C65 Joyce W. Burch, Houston, C75 Ray Burchette, Sherman, C85 Hilda Burden, Pampa, C95 Anne Burleson, Waxahachie, C105 Ted Burns, Fort Worth, C115 john M. Burton, Dallas, C125 Marjorie Bus, Ennis. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Barbara Butler, Forr Worth, C25 Patricia Ann Buttram, Oak Grove, C35 Madelyn Cain, Cana- dian, C45 Pat Cain, Dallas . . . C55 Everett Caldwell, Fort Worth, C65 Alton Calhoun, Winnsboro, C75 joe Callison, Karnack, C85 Sue Camp, Laredo, C95 Floyce jean Campbell, Dallas, C105 Ronald L. Campsey, Forestburg, C115 Jean Cantrell, Dallas, C125 Jo Anne Cantrell, Borger. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Anne Carleton, Dallas, C25 Dorothy Carlson, Fort Worth, C35 Mary Carlton, Grapeland, C45 Tommy Carlton, Gatesville . . . C55 Jimmy Carmichall, Blum, C65 Charles Keith Carpenter, Sacra- mento, California, C75 john Carpenter, Dallas, C85 Peggy Carpenter, Houston, C95 Dannie Carrell, Dallas, C105 Anita Carroll, Denton, C115 Jean Carter, Dallas, C125 Bettye Nell Carurhers, Forr Worth. PAGE 259 freshmen . . . TOP: Fmt fwlaeelr get weekly briefing from Social Fmzteriiity Council Prexy Piirtain . . . MIDDLE: Pinball jienfli' l'l1Z!l going tough . . . BOTTOM: A tilt of the 'zwirt :intl-"tilt." cus - dal Reading actor: both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Ernest Lamoyne Castle, Marietta, Oklahoma, C25 Mildred Ann Cate, Van Alstyne, C35 Bettye Cates, Savoy, C45 Tommy Cates, Dallas - . . C55 Patricia Candle, Ballinger, C65 Catherine Chabot, Dallas, C75 Nancy Chadwick, Center, C85 Mrs. Rose Chafnn, Denton, C95 Paul E. Chandler, Granite City, Illinois, C105 Millie Beth Chaney, Grand Prairie, C115 Norine Chaney, Dallas, C125 Blake Keith Chapman, Plano. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Eddie Chapman, Talco, C25 Peggy Chisholm, Eden, C55 Charles Christian, Slidell, C45 Robert Chris Chuoke, Galveston . . . C55 Floyd Clark, Cleburne, C65 Frank Clark, Leonard, C75 Peggy Clark, Denison, C85 Verda Mae Clark, Denton, C95 Betty Clay, New Boston, C105 Mary Clay, New Boston, C115 Lurline Clayton, Electra, C125 Amye Clem, Texarkana. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Patricia Clemmons, Dallas, C25 Evalyn Cleveland, Mineral Wells, C35 junelle Cline, Celina, C45 Billy Close, Vernon . . . C55 Rita Clubb, Beaumont, C65 james Coble, Mansfield, C75 Betty Coburn, Fort Worth, CS5 Beverly Coder, Fort Worth, C95 Willie Marie Coff, Denton, C105 Virginia Coffee, Fort Worth, C115 Fred A. Coffey, Jr., Denton, C125 Mary Cogdell, Albany. ' FOURTH PAGE 260 Ari 61- iv 'U' 1 ROW: C15 Verna Coley, Bryson, C25 LaVerne Collins, Houston, C35 Joan Compton, Fort Worth, C45 Glen Conway, Demon . . . C 55 Betty jane Cook, Grand Prairie, C65 Maurine Cooke, Baird, C75 jenny Sue Coon, Garland, C85 Esta Cooper, Fort Worth, C95 Betty Copeland, College Station, C105 james E. Copeland, Dallas, C115 Lloyd Corder, Brownwood, C125 Jack Cossman, Elgin, Illinois. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Betty jean Cochran, Paris, C25 Jimmie J. Cotten, Longview, C55 Beverly Courts, Mis- sion, C45 Bobbie Cowan, Tahoka - . . C55 Marjorie Cowan, Denton, C65 Charles Cox, Fort Worth, C75 Dewey Craig, Brookston, C85 Del Crane, Irving, C95 Arlette Craw- ford, Kerens, C 105 Robert Crawford, Fort Worth, C 115 Mary Frances Creel, Kountze, C125 Carolyn Crofts, Cisco. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Mildred Ruth Cross, Louise, C25 Jim Crowe, Baytown, C35 Judy Culwell, Weatherford, C45 Ed. Curry, Irving . . . C55 W. B. Curry, Freer, C65 Eddie Curtis, Dallas, C75 Hannah Curtis, Mineral Wells, C85 Patsy Ruth Curtis, Grand Prairie, C95 Eugene Cypert, Burkburnetr, C105 Pence Dacus, Brady, C115 Robert Dale, McKinney, C125 Francis Ann Dalmasso, Lubbock. PAGE 261 freshmen . . . TOP: The long and the short and tlae big antl the little at the Women? Forztmht Big- Little Sitter prerentation . . . MIDDLE.' Marqnir pre-game warmup with a different kind of spirit . . . BOTTOM: Anti the procefrion of big anal lit- tle ones continner into the night. dum - fic at M Reading aaron both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 jean Damron, Lueders, C25 Glyn Dandridge, Ennis, C55 William Reid Darnell, Cleburne, C45 Dixie Daven- port, Denison . . . C55 Esther Jane Davidson, Wilmer, C65 janet Davidson, Lueders, C 75 LaVerne Davidson, Denton, C85 Martha Ann Davidson, Gatesville, C95 Neil Davidson, Beaumont, C105 Bobby Davis, Waxahachie, C115 Clinton Davis, Vernon, C125 Martha Ruth Davis, Gunter. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Patricia Davis, Greenville, C25 Robert J. Davis, Dallas, C35 Sylvia Davis, Lindale, C45 Charles Robert Davison, Dallas . . . C55 Charlie Daws, Woodson, C65 Donna Deal, McKinney, C75 Katie DeArmoncl, McKinney, C85 jimmy Debenham, Denton, C95 Lorain DeBovy, Galveston, C105 Nancy Deeb, Graham, C115 Elizabeth DeFord, Sulphur Springs, C125 Jean DeFord, Sherman. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Mary Lee Denena, Navasota, C25 Golda Denman, Denton, C35 Tommy Joy Denman, Texas City, C45 Edward Denning, Bryson . . - C55 James O. Denning, Bryson, C65 Gwyn Dell Dennis, Sweetwater, C75 anice Dennis Whitesboro C85 Catherine De Witt Dallas C95 Clarence Dick Galves J a 1 a ' ton, C105 Sidney Dillard, Farmersville, C115 Rosemary Dishman, Bryan, C125 Dur- PAGE 262 ward Dodgen, Jr., Winnsboro. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Jack H. Dodson, Van, C25 Edward Dowd, Saint jo, C35 Mary Lou Downey, Kopperl, C45 Teddy joe Doyle, Demon . . . C55 Bill Drake, Fort Worth, C65 Charles Drumwright, Bryan, C 75 Mer- thadene Duesterhaus, Pampa, C85 Helen Duffey, Fort Wortlu, C95 Bartley Arthur Duncan, jr., Megargel, C105 Joe Dungan, Celina, C115 Virginia Dunn, Forestburg, C125 Barbara Durrett, Dallas. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Dotty Dye, Dallas, C25 john Eargle, Texarkana, C35 Billie jean Easley, Denton, C49 Bettye Edwards, Ferris - . . C55 Danny Edwards, Dallas, C65 Don Edwards, Borger, C75 Thomas Edwards, Fort Worth, C85 Part Egger, Brownwood, C95 Pat Eichler, Mineral Wells, C105 Cynthia Eitt, San Antonio, C 115 Charles Eller, Bryson, C 125 Jimmie Elliott, Nocona. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Paul Elliott, jr., Vernon, C25 Phil Elliott, Fort Worth, C55 Benton Ellis, Fort Worth, C45 Edward Ellis, Wink . . . C55 Evelyn Elrod, Denton, C65 Lura jean Estey, Barrlesville, Oklahoma, C 75 Cathy Etter, Sherman, C85 Patty Euler, Dallas, C95 Edward Evans, Athens, C105 Arlo Farrell, Muleshoe, C115 George Fenley, Albuquerque, New Mexico, C125 joan Field, Plainview. PAGE 263 9.2 freshmen . .A . l I TOP: Corztoriiorz and rhythm at the Saturday night .Mage :how . . . ZVIIDDLEJ Fido eyer :md flailing framer at the Fish Tfwky party . . . BOTTOM: Who fwmztr to rlzmce 'when tlaerebr kaker ami koker for the kiafdier? fic - ham l v , 1 V' l , , ' , V , Je, Q2 - , J til' V Q V-mt in ' A r W, , , . V 1 rt: r V -1 V ,Q ,Y V14 rr. , 1 V I ' - ii - A- I X ,,': ,fry Q Nl., 4 L 1 ' , -A, l aa, t V 1 - 1 A C R, I 'gli tiff- 4, A... i ...,- . . Reading aaron 1201519 pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Harold C. Fieszel, Dallas, C25 Jack Fincher, Denton, C55 Katherine Jo Fincher, Denton, C45 jean Finnie, Bryson . . . C55 Peggy Fitch, Dallas, C65 M. Bennie Fitzgerald, Fort Worth, C75 Howard Fitzhugh, Fort Worth, C85 Nell Fleming, McKinney, C95 Margaret Flemister, McKin- ney, C105 Ellen Flewelling, Canadian, C115 Cecil Flook, Garland, C125 Shirley Fore- hand, Athens. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Jerry Forrest, Waxahachie, C25 Lonnie Foster, Marshall, C55 Mary Foster, Dallas, C45 John Edward Foust, Grapevine . . . C55 Dolores Anne Fowler, Grand Saline, C65 Gene Fowler, Dallas, C75 Mary Emily Fox, Breckenridge, C85 Molly Fox, Olney, C95 Bobby Franklin, McKinney, C105 Reuben Frantz, Sherman, C115 Shirley Frazer, Eastland, C125 Elsie Frederick, Denton. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Earline Freeman, Dallas, C25 Thomas C. French, jr., Port Arthur, C35 Charles Gafford, Lueders, C45 Melvin Gardner, Fort Worth . . . C55 Barbara Garland, Sherman, C65 Bonnie Garner, Beaumont, C75 Carlene Garrett, Denton, C85 McDonald Gay, Denton, C95 Arthur Bryan Gibson, Wink, C105 Gilbert Gil, Clint, C115 O'Gene Gill, Tahoka, C125 Martha Gist, Cleburne. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 PAGE 264 jack Glascock, Dallas, C25 Gloria Glaze, Balboa, Canal Zone, C55 Una Glazener, Fair- field, C45 Stan Gleghorn, Forney . . . C55 Thelma Glover, Vernon, C65 Dixie Wayne Good, Krum, C75 Martha Goodman, Denton, C85 Jo Ann Goodson, Gladewater, C 95 Nona Bob Goodwin, Mount Pleasant, C105 Hardie Lionel Gore, Denton, C115 Louise Gorman, Wottham, C125 Curtis R. Graham, Jr., Wichita Falls. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Jimmie Lou Graham, Denton, C25 Jeanne Granberry, Dallas, C35 Carole Grantham, Grand Prairie, C45 Alfred Gray, Boerne . . . C55 jack Gray, jr., Denton, C65 Lavona Greene, Dallas, C75 James Griffin, Plano, C85 johnny Grill, Bridgeport, C95 Louis Grochoske, Marlin, C105 Linda Lou Gross, Dallas, C115 Philip Grove, Kansas City, Kansas, C125 Laura Lou Grubbs, Crandall. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Edwina Guinn, Mabank, C 25 jack Gunter, Dallas, C 55 Reva Hackney, Gatesville, C45 Pat Hailey, Fort Worth . . . C55 Ann Hall, Marshall, C55 Beverly Hall, Denton, C75 Kathryn Hall, Dallas, C85 Aubrey Hallum, Fort Worth, C95 john Hamilton, Lubbock, C105 McNeil Hamilton, Kaufman, C115 Pauline Hamm, Ferris, C125 Hope Hampton, Naples. PAGE 265 freshmen . . . ,A - -it f- ' V TOP: Tachy royalty, Queen Siwapron and King Coffey, in the Jwim at the firh tacky brawl . . . MIDDLE: Cashhagr Brown ami a gleam of hope ar the next cartomer ap- proacher . . . BOTTOM: Some- hody oughta swear oat a heheh wawant for Kirkpatrick and Slack. f han - hou UPN gg? 1 in ' wi ' .qi ,.y, U -,-Tx Ko 1 1 1 .na 'Y , vb- -.S -' 'ai 1 .ces-:ar . I Q :VN . " life' ,- X ' . E Reading actor: hoth pager left to fight ' FIRST ROW: C15 Marvin H. Hancock, Haskell: C25 William Mack Hanning, Collinsville: C35 Lucy Anne Hanson, Mission, C45 Mary Ann Haralson, McKinney . - . C55 Teresa Harber, Dallas, C65 Joe Harde- gree, Ben Wheeler: C 75 Thomas Wayne Hardin, Dallas, C85 Berry Ann Harkrider, Eastland, C95 Dick Harley, Tyler, C105 Emily Ann Harper, El Dorado: C115 Carolyn Harrell, Fort Worth: C125 Barbara Harris, Foresrburg. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Charles M. Harris, Winnsboro, C25 Edith Jane Harris, Dallas: C55 Joe Hart, McKinney: C 45 Billye Harvey, Sweetwater . . . C 55 Nina Harvey, Shermang C65 Raja Hassen, Haskell, C75 Ted Hatch, Arpg C85 William Hatfield, Stamford: C95 Helena Harrenbach, San Antonio: C105 Aline Hawkins, Harlingeng C115 Sara Ann Hawley, Panhandle, C125 Billy D. Haynes, McKinney. THIRD ROW: C15 Anne Hays, Olney: C25 Dolores Hays, Dallas: C 55 Billie jean Hearne, Bryan, C45 Leigh Heflin, Sherman . . . C 55 Marjorie Heighten, Graharng C65 James Heldr, Linden: C75 Julie Helm, Dallas: C85 Marilyn Hemphill, Saginaw, C95 Charles W. Henderson, jacksborog C105 Barbara Hendley, Gainesville, C115 Nancy Hendrix, Dallas, C125 Shirley Henslee, Dallas. ' PAGE 266 ed :ta 1 .M : AQ ui'- . . FOURTH ROW: C15 George Herd, Jacksboro, C 25 Thomas J. Hestand, Tioga, C35 A. C. Hickrnan, Celina, C45 Keith Hildebrand, Vernon . . . C55 Mary Lou Hildebrand, Los Fresnos, C 65 Allan Hill, Dallas, C75 Lois Hill, Grand Saline, C85 Maxine Hill, Burkburnett, C95 Constance Joan Hilley, Dallas, C105 Jimmie Hilz, Pilot Point, C115 Joanne Himmel, Hillsboro, C125 Chester Hines, McKinney. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Sara Lu Hitt, Weatherford, C25 Arthur Hodge, Waxaliachie, C 55 Wanda Hodges, Irving, C45 Patricia Hogan, Breckenridge . . . C 55 Wendall Hogue, Conroe, C65 Bobbie Hoherrz, Big Spring, C75 Ann Holbert, Dallas, C85 Freddie Holder, Freeport, C95 Carolyn Holland, McKinney, C105 George Holland, Dallas, C 115 Henry Holland, Era, C 125 Mary Nell Hollier, Henderson. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Lou Holmes, Mineral Wells, C25 Shirley Holmes, Dallas, C 55 Bobbie Holsey, Corsicana, C45 Newman I.. Hood, League City . . . C55 Hammond Hopkins, Sherman, C65 J. C. Hopkins, Dallas, C 75 Jimmie Hornsby, Dallas, C85 Billye Horrocks, McKinney, C95 Julian Horton, Talpa, C105 Bill Houck, Borger, C115 Elbert Houck, Orangeburg, South Carolina, C125 Maurice Houpt, Nocona. PAGE 267 . . '52 freshmen . . . TOP: Hawaiianr at Hallow- e'e1z Carnival. C N 0 lawmnow- err were prerefztl . . . MID- DLE: Late permirfioa for Clif- fo and Grant, Rafrzer per- mining . . . BOTTOM: Lizzie Dofrmerx jimi fan in dancing. how - his ,vw t , A 1 in I li 1 kills. I x -. A Reading aaron both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Mary Lou Howard, Dodd City, C25 Betty Howell, Dallas, C55 Jewel Howell, Gainesville, C45 Joyce Howell, Gatesville . . . C55 Patsy Huber, LaMarque, C65 Billy J. Hudgins, Krum, C75 Johnie Hudgins, Krum, C85 Bob Huey, Denton, C95 Jo Huey, Meadow, C105 Jackie Huff, Electra, C115 Clark Hulfhines, Dallas, C125 Eleanor Hughes, Dallas. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Paula Hughes, Brownwood, C25 Roy Hughes, Dallas, C35 William L. Humphrey, Eldorado, C45 Evelyn Humphrys, Breckenridge, C55 Margaret Hunter, Dallas, C65 Par Hunter, Galveston, C75 Martha Huntt, Lone Oak,C 85 Martha Hurlbut, Brownwood, C95 Billie Frank Hurt, Seagoville, C105 Gene Hutchison, Dallas, C115 Marie Hutson, Denton, C125 Mary Inman, Memphis, Tennessee. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Jess Insall, Dallas, C25 James M. Irvin, Moody, C35 George Isbell, Albany, C45 Joyce Isbell, Ore City . . . C55 Donald E. Jackson, Brownwood, C65 Mary Jeanne Jackson, Cleburne, C75 Sue Jackson, Fort Worth, C85 Fay Jacoby, Eden, C95 Frances Mae Jacoby, Eden, C105 Jerry Jarrett, Abilene, C115 Walter Jarrett, Abilene, C125 Mary Ann Jennings, Sweetwater. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Joyce M. Johns, Riverdale, PAGE 268 514-1 i i 521.1 California, C21 Alice Dee johnson, Dayton, C 51 Bettye Johnson, Dallas, C41 Charles Johnson, Celina . . . C51 Elaine Johnson, Gatesvilleg C61 Fredora Johnson, Cotullag C 71 Joan Johnson, La Porte, C81 Thomas B. Johnson, Waxaliachieg C91 Ellis Jean Jolley, El Dorado, Arkansasg C101 Alvin Jones, Lewisvilleg C111 Beverly Janis Jones, Fort Wortlig C121 Flozelle jones, Sweetwater. ' FIFTH ROW: C11 James jones, Ennisg C21 Jo Ann jones, Quemado, C31 Mary Elizabeth jones, Kerrville, C41 Sharon Kay jones, Sherman - . . C51 jo Ann Jordan, Grand Saline, C61 Tommy jordan, Pittsburg, C71 Kenneth Joyce, Rising Star, C81 Benny Karnes, Wellington, C91 Ed Katz, Waxaliachieg C101 joan Kelley, Breckenridgeg C111 joan Kelly, Fort Worth, C121 Paul Brennan Kelly, Kerrville. 'SIXTH ROW: C11 Ann Kerr, Lubbock, C21 Foncene Kessinger, Corsicanag C31 Nita Ketchum, Conwayg C41 Lera Key, Archer City . . . C51 Glenna Kilcrease, Denton, C61 George Kimbro, Cleburne, C71 Harold Kindle, Texarkana, C81 Joe King, Howe, C91 Mary Nelle King, Levellandg C101 Richard Kirby, Dallasg C 111 Carla Kirchhaine, Dallas, C121 Joritta Kissinger, Abilene. PAGE 269 Wu. freshmen . . . TOP: "F4'o1zte1'ior" boompsy- dairy-one for the boyr in the balcony . . . MlDDLE.' Curtain time for JFEJJOT' and the "Car- men" cart . . . BOTTOM: Ter- .rie Mangmm jimir ogling og- ler more fan on ciowntorun TV .rc1'ee1z. kle - mcg If Z 1 5, 'C 1 yi' ,1 , 'X' Y 'm 6 . x ,, A ,jx Qi Xiu ,.s -mv Reading acrorr both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Alene Rae Klein, Texas City, C25 Dean Knight, Fort Worth, C35 Billie Jean Knighton, Farmersville, C45 Laurel Knorpp, Groom . . . C55 Wendell Knox, Krum, C65 jean Koller, Dallas, C75 Marilyn Krause, Mercedes, C85 Juanita Lee Kreig, Tulia, C95 Kathleen Krueger, Dallas, C105 Betty Kuchenbacker, Dallas, C115 Marjorie Kunkel, Fort Worth, C125 Hollis Lacey, Grand Prairie. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Willard LaGrone, Denton, C25 Beverly LaGue, San Antonio, C35 jean Laiche, Texas City, C45 Eileen Lalicker, Canadian . . . C55 Donald Langston, Bowie, C65 Bill Lanning, Panhandle, C75 Tommy Joe Largent, Chico, C85 Sue Latham, Vernon, C95 Yvonne Latham, Galveston, C105 Don Lauderdale, Dallas, C115 Lorene Law, Bryan, C125 joan Lawrence, Bonham. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Norma Lawrence, Paris, C25 Billy Clyde Laws, Vera, C35 Pat Lawson, Albany, C45 Joan Lay, Dallas . . . C55 Ruth Leach, Allen, C65 Charles Leeman, Bon- ham, C75 Edward Leernan, Bonham, C85 Florence Leonard, Roanoke, C95 Billy Lewal- len, Brady, C105 Rose Mai Lewis, Denison, C115 Clara Lou Lindsey, Shreveport, Louisiana, C125 Wanda Linville, Denton. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Louella Lish, PAGE 270 tffzafaiidf a ffix Dallas, C25 Mildred Little, Fort Worth, C35 Beverly Lloyd, Alice, 445 Wanda Lockhart, Denton . . - C55 Ginger Loe, Houston, C65 Charles Long, Big Spring, C75 Charles T. Long, Atlanta, C85 Charles Loper, Miami, C95 Lueva Loving, Breckenridge, C105 William Lowe, Denton, C115 Burnis Lyles, Panhandle, C125 Henry F. Lyles, Dallas. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Patsy Sue Lyles, Electra, C25 Helen Lynch, Dallas, C55 Leota Lynk, Nocona, C45 Dorothy Lynn, Honey Grove . . . C55 Marilyn McCles- key, Dallas, C65 Joe Ann McClure, Krurn, C75 Penelope McClurkin, Beaumont, C85 Troy L. McCoy, Dallas, C95 Janelle McCreless, Denton, C105 Alleen McCutcheon, Houston, C115 Barbara Jean McDaniel, Fort Worth, C125 Anne McDonald, Tyler. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Charles McDonald, Denton, C25 Sandy Robert McDonald, Dallas, C55 Alice Pat McDonough, Fort Worth, C45 Fred L. McDowell, jr., Dallas . . . C55 Joyce McDowell, Dallas, C65 Roy McDowell, Dallas, C75 Nancy McElwee, Bonham, C85 Ralph McGaughy, Plano, C95 Betty McGee, Lewisville, C105 Carl McGee, jr., Paris, C115 Leoma Jean McGehee, Collinsville, C125 Howard McGill, Dallas. PAGE 271 0.952 TOP: Rogerr: "Stormy, dear. yozi could are a haircut." . . . MIDDLE.'S6v611'I company hiit eight? a good figure . . . BOT- TOM: TV maker in NT ilehzit at the I-Ial1owe'e1z Carizifual with Fort lVo1'th'r WEAP- TV'er Mmzclell hehiizd the eyer. mel - nat freshmen . . . ,,. 6 . G12 it 'Y .rif f 1 N r J 3 7 3 3 3 Reading acrorr hozh pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C11 Bob McLain, Denton' C21 jack McLain, Dallas, C31 Mary Ann McLain, Hillsboro, C41 Beth McLaurin Canton . - . C51 Janetta McNamara, Vernon, C61 Fredda McNeely, Petrolia, C71 Glenna McPherson, Santo, C81 Mae McRae, Fort Worth, C91 George McSpadden Nevada, C101 Margaret Macomb, Mertzon, C111 Peggy MacVean, Mercedes, C121 Mary Katharine Madden, Fort Worth. ' SECOND ROW: C11 Joy Magers, Fort Worth, C21 Carroll Joe Mahalfey, Fort Worth, C31 Lytt Mahone, Marshall, C41 Glenn Mandeville, Dallas . . . C51 E. G. Mankins, Dallas, C61 Dorothy Grace Mann, Bowie' C71 Samuel Mann, Jr., Valley View, C81 Dorothy Martin, Vernon, C91 Lorraine Mar- tin, Boerne, C101 Jan Mathews, San Augustine, C111 Anthony Matijevich, Galveston' C121 Jimmie Matlock, Jermyn. ' THIRD ROW: C11 Bill Matthews, Dallas, C21 Juanell Matthews, Bowie, C51 Doris Ann Maxwell, Irving, C41 Mary Brock Maxwell Fort Worth . . . C51 Bettie jo May, Vernon, C61 Nancy jean Mayes, Fort Stockton' C71 Kenneth Mead, Dallas, C81 Inez Meaker, Panhandle, C91 A. B. Menasco, New London, C101 Bytam Merrell, Fort Worth, C111 jack Messer, Fort Worth, C121 Rus- PAGE 272 C. im- 'Ks '59 .lat J F 'VM E3 A D1 A 'hi 'X sell Middleton, Denton. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Waldine Midgetr, Denton, C25 Earldene Miller, Paris, C35 J. A. Miller, Pampa, C45 Patsy Ruth Miller, Breckenridge . - . C55 Gloria Minick, Burkburnett, C65 Ramona Mitchell, Selman City, C75 Nancy Ann Mize, Corsicana, C85 Will E. Mofhrt, Trenton, C95 Rosemarie Monroe, Gaines- ville, C105 jo Moody, Friona, C115 Arr Moore, San Antonio, C125 Eddy Moore, Richardson. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Johnowene Moore, Mineral Wells, C25 Robert E. Moore, Wichita Falls, C35 Sally Moore, Forney, C45 john Moreland, Graham . . . C55 Virginia Alice Morgan, Nocona, C65 Fred Morris, jr., Denton, C75 jean Morris, Marshall, C85 Joe Morris, Van, C95 Morgan Truetr Morris, Dallas, C105 Donna Morrow, Gainesville, C115 Ulyissis Steve Morrow, Vernon, C125 jaynie Mosley, Mar- shall. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Otis Mosley, South Bend, C25 Jimmie Moyers, Ferris, C35 Norman Muecke, Galveston, C45 George Mullins, Haskell . . . C55 Sarah Moore Munson, Angleron, C65 Joan Murphy, Edom, C75 Mary jo Murphy, Levelland, C85 Carolyn Myers, Granbury, C95 Mary joe Nance, Carthage, C105 Warren Nance, Electra, C115 Don Nanny, Haskell, C125 Marvin Nation, Irving. PAGE 273 l 3. freshlnen . . . TOP: Would Mfr. Benjamin think tbir a racket? . . . MID- DLE.' Honey, iff only the boi- die! . . . BOTTOM: Blalock it probably doing tlair for por- terior nzotifuef. null I ree - 'v ' 1 X ' l 1 K 1 x J x Wi . i fs. -21 A s, it i. il"-' ,, x G7 f 4 T la 7 C XX .. i Dai Vzivr- 421: 'z V - Reading aaron' both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Arthur Nauman, Temple, C25 Martha Lou Neale, McCamey, C35 Jean Newberry, Dallas, C45 Mary E. Newby, Tulia . . . C55 Jacqueline Newell, Hereford, C65 Joy Newsom, Ore City, C75 Sarah Newton, Grand Prairie, C85 Martha Norman, Fort Worth, C95 Charles Norton, Quanah, C105 Bettye Oakley, Mesquite, C115 Lila Oblander, Liberal, Kansas, C125 Mary Ann O'Connor, Dallas. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Donna O'Daniel, Tulia, C25 Gene O'Donnell, Waxahachie, C35 Carolyn O'Glee, Dallas, C45 Bobby Onstead, Ennis . . . C55 Stanford Orth, Dallas, C65 Helen Outon, Annona, C75 Lyane Overall, Denton, C85 Hazel La Nell Owen, Conroe, C95 John Palmer, Wink, C105 Mary Sue Parker, Rosebud, C115 Bobbye jean Partney, Iowa Park, C125 K. C. Patrick, Heidelberg, Mississippi. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Betty Jo Patteson, Ferris, C25 Emil Paul, Mexico City, Mexico, C35 Dan Payne, Gainesville, C45 Carol Peck, La Marque . . . C55 Jimmie Pedigo, Saint jo, C65 Margie Penn, Dallas, C75 Lynn Pennington, Dallas, C85 Carl Peppard, Lufkin, C95 Billy Wade Perry, Beaumont, C105 Ray Perryman, Denton, C115 Willa Grace Perryman, Mineral Wells, C125 Margaret Lynne Peterson, PAGE 274 ' yr. rl 2 Mission. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Frankie Persick, Goldthwaite, C25 Clarice Petty, Big Spring, C35 Russell Phelps, Denton, C45 F. Ross Phillips, Fort Worth . . . C55 Oliver O. Phillips, Dallas, C65 Johnny Ruth Pierce, Fort Worth, C75 Frankie Pilcher, Collinsville, C85 Jean Pindale, Denison, C95 Edithe Lou Piner, Ozoina, C105 Jane Pinkerton, Fort Worth, C 115 Vivian Pinkerton, Fort Worth, C125 Bill Pipkin, Denison. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Virginia Piraino, Houston, C25 Mary C. Pittman, Dallas, C35 Thomas Pitts, Dallas, C45 Pat Platt, Longview . . . C55 Mack Plummer, Vernon, C65 Lina Grace Pond, Gainesville, C 75 Barbara Porter, Ennis, C85 James Powell, Seminole, C95 Patsy Power, Marshall, C105 Nancy Prafka, Port Arthur, C115 Ronald Pressly, Dallas, C125 Betty Presswood, Grand Saline. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Jimmie Dale Presswood, Grand Saline, C25 Jewel T- Proctor, Nevada, C55 Bettye Purgason, Gainesville, C45 Jesse Pye, Big Spring . . . C55 Joyce Pyles, Eden, C65 Helen Rains, Lewisville, C75 Jimmie Ann Ramer, Dallas, C85 John E. Range, Garland, C95 Robert Rasor, Denton, C105 Wanda Beth Rarliff, Bowie, C115 Dorothy Reece, Dallas, C125 Emma Daisy Reed, Dallas. PAGE 275 . 952 1 . a'f'i-'T' - i. freshinen . . . TOP: Face powder and hig rhotr at the Little Dornzs blow- out . . . MlDDLE.' Wozlld romeone tell these gentlemen where the Student Union Pool room ir? . . . BOTTOM.' Fish tacky party again-only jish could he thi: much at rea. ree - sim 5 4 -ke I 4 , 1 . f 1 , , I Oo V Q. 'Q f, K I at ,si ' 5 1 , ,V 1 I Q 1 y . T Reruling aaron hath pager left zo right ' FIRST ROW: C15 Ima Ruth Reed, Allen, C25 Joan Reed, San Antonio, C35 Robert Reed, Carrollton, C45 Patricia Reese, Irving . . . C 55 Joan Reeves, Van Alstyne, C65 Robert Reeves, Fort Worth, C75 Harry Reynolds, Fort Worth, C85 Kenneth Reynolds, Forestburgi C95 Shirley Reynolds, Dallas, C105 Mary Anne Rhea, Houston, C115 Bill Rhodes, Dallas, C125 Ruth Rice, Terrell. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Charline Rich, Whitesboro, C25 Patsy Richards, Clifton, C55 Richard T. Richards, Galveston, C45 Lucie Doris Richter, Boerne . . . C55 Alice Riddels, Tioga, C65 Wendell Riggins, Vernon, C75 Bobby Riggs, Jacksboro, C85 John Paul Riveire, Fort Worth, C95 Ladean Roach, Fort Worth, C115 Patsy Roach, Graham, C115 Sue Roane, Gainesville, C125 Billye Dale Roberts, Mansfield. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Dena Roberts, Wills Point, C25 Margaret Roberts, Wichita Falls, C55 Charles Poraker Robertson, Dallas, C45 Bob Robinson, Iowa Park . . . C55 Charlorta Robinson, Graham, C65 Marian Robinson, Houston, C75 joe N. Rodgers, Blossom, C85 Andy Rogers, McKinney, C95 Katherine Rogers, Kemp, C105 Coy Rollins, Denton, C115 Betty jane Romans, Lampasas, C125 Martha Rothfus, Prosper. ' FOURTH ROW: PAGE 276 K C15 Bonnie Rowe, Denton, C25 Wanda Rufnet, Fort Worth, C35 Jack Edward Rumbley, Cleburne, C45 Barbara Jeanne Rumph, Dallas . . . C55 Beverly Russell, Grand Prairie, C65 Patricia Ann Russell, Dallas, C 75 Wanda Penny Russey, Dallas, C85 Mary Frances Rutherford, Greenwood, C95 T. Ryan, Orange, C105 Beverly Salmon, Linden, C115 Joyce Sandberg, Binghamton, New York, C125 Joyce Marie Sanders, Sherman. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 Bettye Sargent, Karnay, C25 Redmond Savage, Weatherford, C35 Tom Schanz, Dallas, C45 Joanne Schmitzer, Denison . . . C55 Maurice Schnorr, Dallas, C65 John Schroeder, Galveston, C75 Edward H., Schwartz, Jr., Houston, C 85 Elaine Scott, Bryan, C95 Jack D. Scott, Tulia, C105 Doris Scribner, McKinney, C115 Bettye Ruth Scurr, Fort Worth, C125 W. Fred Sears, Hutchins. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Jerry Seidenfeld, Waxahachie, C25 Jeanne Selby, Dallas, C35 Sammye Shabay, Jacksboro, C 45 Norma Sue Shackelford, Montague . . . C55 Katherine Shafer, Lubbock, C 6 5 Jean Sheffield, Sulphur Springs, C75 Helen Kay Shield, Brecken- ridge, C85 Marilyn Short, Irvingl C95 Joyce Shurbet, Tulia, C105 Elaine Silk, Waco, C115 Martha Simmons, Charlotte, C125 Nancy Ruth Simmons, La Porte. PAGE 277 5 TOP: Lakey, Hall and com- pany re-bop with mellow and be-bop . . . MIDDLE.' Legs- czlre me, but tbir ir tlae emi . . . BOTTOM: Frerbmen fel- low: frolic freely following fine feed. sim - tol freshmen . . . Reading aaron both pager left to right ' FIRST ROW: C13 Dorothy Simpkins, Midland, C23 Jenna Simpson, Fort Worthg C33 Lou Ann Simpson, Dallas, C43 William C. Simpson, Lewisville . . . C53 Charles R. Sims, Waxahachie, C63 Joe Sims, Dallas, C73 Paul Sitzes, Pilot Point: C83 Pauline Helen Skidmore, Gainesville, C93 Patsy Ann Slagle, Hereford, C103 Mary Emily Slaughter, Anna, C113 Jerald C. Sloan, San Sabag C123 Turner Sloan, Kaufman. ' SECOND ROW: C13 Monte Smart, Luedersg C23 Bill Smith, Lake Dallasg C33 B. Vance Smith, Dallas, C43 Gaynell Smith, Conroe . . . C 53 Jean Smith, Dallas: C63 Katherine Smith, Dallas, C73 Kay Smith, Bryan: C83 Peggie Jo Smith, Wichita Fallsg C93 Roy Marie Smith, Belton, C103 Wheeler Smith, Celina, C113 Pat Srnitherman, Hart: C123 Aubrey Smyth, Hart. ' THIRD ROW: 1 Sue Sollis Vernon 23 Barbara Southard oshua C33 Donald S arkman Atlanta' C 3 , L C ,J L p , , C43 Everette Spears, Fort Worth . . . C '53 Ramona Speck, Mesquiteg C63 Charles F. Stahl, Dallasg C73 Bobbie Stalcup, Cleburne, C83 Myles Wayne Stallings, Krumg C93 Mary Ellen Standley, McKinney, C103 Doris Stanley, Denton: C113 jackie Stanley, Dallasg C123 Peggy Starling, Seminole. ' FOURTH ROW: C13 Ruth Stephens, Hous- PAGE 278 wi W ton, C25 Grace Stephenson, Collinsville, C35 Beth Stevens, Waco, C45 Bess Stevenson, Denton . . . C55 Billy Stewart, Blue Ridge, C65 jo Stewart, Kamay, C75 Carl Stockard, Lake Dallas, C85 Charlsie Stone, Celina, C95 Edgar N. Stone, Dallas, C105 jerry Strader, Gainesville, C115 Benny Strickland, McKinney, C125 Charleen Stuteville, Van Alstyne. ' FIFTH ROW: C15 james Swain, Dallas, C25 Diane Sweatman, Fort Worth, C 55 Joan Tacey, Dallas, C-45 La Voin Talley, Dallas . . . C55 Leah Tannen- baum, Laredo, C65 JoAnn Tanner, Dallas, C75 Bernice Taylor, Dallas, C85 Dan Taylor, Dallas, C95 David Taylor, Denton, C 105 Gene Taylor, Groveton, C115 James Adrian Taylor, Quitrnan, C125 .Ierelyn Taylor, Athens. ' SIXTH ROW: C15 Jimmy Taylor, Denton, C25 Peggye Esther Taylor, Farmersville, C55 Robert D. Taylor, Lewis- ville, C45 Charles Teague, Sherman . . . C55 Barbaranne Tear, Fort Worth, C65 Nancy H. Thompson, New York City, New York, C 75 Daphne Thornton, Dallas, C85 Barbara Thorpe, Fort Worth, C95 Harold Thurman, Dallas, C105 Billy Louese Timmons, Throckmorton, C115 Norma Maxine Todd, Hutchins, C125 Margie Tolbert, Howe. PAGE 279 95 freshmen . . . ,ii, ,., 1 . , -. v.. ,- - r -1.31 . TOP: Yztcctzman Brite and friend-cz few wheel: get free wheeling . . . MIDDLE.' Pi Phi open home-lotr of "good- ie.r" and "buddies" with punch in the back . . . Borrom: ". .. :md Mother Jays Andy Io had eight little ones." ton - wil fmlllii ?1?"zS3l l - . 1 i, ...ev 'Z start Redding actor: both pages left to right ' FIRST ROW C15 Mary Jo Toney, Pasadena, C25 Frankie Toole, Freeport, C55 Jeanne Townsley, Dallas, C45 Bill L. Trammell, Arlington . . . C55 Gene Trasrer, Denton, C65 James C. Travis, Franksron, C75 Richard C. Travis, Sherman, C85 Maurice Traylor, Justin, C95 Bobbie Treaclaway, Lin- clale, C105 Jimmie Trietsch, Denton, C115 Mrs. Marilyn Trimble, Dallas, C125 Mary Trippett, Waxahachie. ' SECOND ROW: C15 Dorothy Truax, Fort Worth, C25 Norma Truirt, Dallas, C55 Nelle Tunnell, Dallas, C45 Carolyn Turner, Roanoke - . . C55 Don Turner, Lufkin, C65 Frances Lee Turner, Stamford, C75 Ross Turner, Murphy, C85 Elaine Turney, Tulia, C95 Ada Tyssowski, Denison, C105 Nancy Upshaw, Dallas, C115 Marjorie Uprmor, North Pleasanton, C125 J. L. Varley, Collinsville. ' THIRD ROW: C15 Peggy Vaughn, Tyler, C25 Lo.vera Dabney Veach, Dallas, C35 La Martha Velvin, Tyler, C45 Betty Voss, La Marque . . . C 55 George Vrla, Dallas, C65 Fran A. Vuillemin, Waco, C75 Jo Anne Wagnon, Abilene, C85 Bill Wainwright, Sherman, C95 Virginia Walberg, Dallas, C105 Donald Walker, Mineral Wells, C115 Mary Walker, Sherman, C125 Wanda Walker, Dallas. ' FOURTH ROW: C15 Dan PAGE 280 -f7 la... m kt Wall, Fort Worth, C23 Patsy Wallace, Ranger, C33 Genevieve Waller, Trinity, C43 Bob Walls, New Boston . . . C53 Marion Walston, Sherman, C63 Joe Ward, Brown- wood, C73 Vaida Ward, Waxahachie, C83 Ernest Warren, Dallas, C93 Wendell Joe Warren, Hico, C103 Sue Washington, Fort Worth, C113 Don Watson, Waxahachie, C123 Sue Weatherby, Fort Worth. ' FIFTH ROW: C13 Margaret Webb, Kaufman, C23 Kathryn Weeks, Dallas, C33 Jeanne Weete, Irving, C 43 Glenna Janelle Welborn, McKinney . . . C 53 Valera Welborn, McKinney, C63 William Welch, Texas City, C 73 Robert M. West, Dallas, C 83 Wanda Ann Westbrook, Blooming Grove, C93 Betty Whatley, Pittsburg, C103 joan Whistler, Iowa Park, C113 Laura Ann White, Lake Dallas, C123 Robert L. White, Gordon. ' SIXTH ROW: C13 Billie Whiteside, Denton, C23 Dan Wier, Fort Worth, C 33 Roma Wilcke, Wichita Falls, C43 john Wilhite, Lueders . - . C53 Ernest I.. Wilks, Dallas, C63 William Riley Willey, Mineral Wells, C73 Annette Williams, Plano, C83 Barbara Williams, Whitewright, C93 Calvin Williams, Bonham, C103 J. Don Williams, Sherman, C113 Morris Williams. Fort Worth, C123 Peggy june Williams, Dallas. PAGE 281 Av Q freshmen . . . '52 v 1 I 4. x Thir ir to rbow that NT coeafr can do mzytloifzg. The Pnlgm' family bar a rezmion. wil-zab jun what do you see?" B' . FIRST ROW: Arlene Willingham, Perrin, Bill Willis, Dallas, Bill Willis, Vernon, jim Willows, Dallas. 0 SECOND ROW: Charles Wilson, Bells, Mrs. Glessie Mae Wilson, Valley View, Gwen Wilson, Valley View, Jack A. Wilson, Saint jo. I THIRD ROW: jerry Wilson, Electra, Mary Elizabeth Wilson, Whitney, Joan Wingfield, Denton, Mary Lynn Winter, Fort Worth. o FOURTH ROW: Buddy Wfise, Fort Worth, Glynn Wirhrow, Dallas, Norma Lou Witt, Fort Worth, Sydney Ann Witten, Waxahachie. 0 FIFTH ROW: Royce Womble, Mansfield, Jack Woodruff, Dallas, Wayne Woolsey, Collinsville, Charlie Wooten, Pilot Point. o SIXTH ROW: Gerry Wren, Fort Worth, Elizabeth Ann Wright, Dallas, Nancy Wright, Fort Worth, William Robert Vlright, Denison. 0 SEVENTH ROW: Eugene Wunsch, Burlington, Betty Yarbrough, Gainesville, Bobby Gene Young, Ponder, Jerome Zabojnik, Dallas. PAGE 282 'X how did these get here? x g X ' I yr, .I P. S.--The little one beat loim to the punch, Teuie galx Jlaow their iuarex at NT. .WF T :ff MoCo1z1zell tfzlkf to Seizfztor Proffei' mul Govemoi' fexler. Home Ee girly celebrate cziiviiilermry. ETexmz.r bring in water iliirivzg xbortage. Mizllbeiw ail:l1'eJ.re.r crozocl at hockey game K PAGE 285 ff 5 If U W, ,KL Wecdmehr 15' Z7 01777 fexd f Americans are born organizers. From their homes in the city and country they bring to the college campus the organizational genius that projects the individual sharply and wholesornely into the group picture. Their mutual interests and activities focus the rays of student endeavor on a world of truism and reality. The list is complete. Honor...scholarship service . .. and the indis- pensable social groups make time a virtuous old lady whose ageless sweetness becomes a symbol of accomplishment and fellowship. They are the seeds sown in the brief college years that grow into a harvest of priceless American tradition. qdzzkdfzbzzs delta chi delta. . . 80.-0.-iq, A Freshman Coke Party, the Christmas Tea, an annual Birthday Dinner, the Winter formal, a Fall informal, a Shipwreck Dance, and the Oriental Rush Tea were the highlights of this year for the girls of Delta Chi. The officers for the fall term were Christine Keeler, President, Billye Robertson, Vice-President, Marilyn Grube, Secre- tary, Dorothy E. Smith, Treasurer, Beryle Hoffman, Rush Captain. Spring officers included CHRISTINE KEEI-ER JOYCE GRAY Joyce Gray, President, Nell Davies, Vice-President, Preridentr I . Percy Cole, Secretary, Marilyn Grube, A, , Treasurer, Eva Farnsworth, Rush Captain. Members were Mary Jim Carmichael, Peggy ' Click, Penny Coffey, Percy Cole, Nell Davies, Virginia Ann Dove, Eva Farnsworth, A A Mary Gentry, Joyce Gray, Marilyn Grube, Jean Harrison Beryle Hoffman, g X W., Ruth Hutcheson, Martha jackson, Christine Keeler, Betty McGee, Billye Robertson, , A Betty Schafer, Dorothy E. Smith, Sue Son, Ruth Tankersly, Mildred Waldron, its 'b i n Martha White, Kathryn Willson. o The Della Chix Jmile prellily at their Wivzter Formal. .' Q ,"gr,- , 7 ,'-1 v -xxx 1.-1. 4' L, All if Jolewmity at the Oriental Tea. Ain? that jim like a woman? Renfiuzg Left I0 Rzghl from fhe Top FIRST ROW Clrrnxclmel Clmck SECOND ROW Davxes Dove Ffmrnsworch Gentry Grub HWIIISOH Hoffman THIRD ROW Hutdunson jackson Martheson McGee McNutt Neflle Robertson FOURTH ROW: Sclmfer V1n Cole Wqlalron Wluite W11itsett Wilkie Willson. PAGE 287 Figmw go to pol nt bull .refyzofz Qflil kibitzing :md dmzce! E ka a kappa kappa ...W-omg Prerzdent I Q 1lKf fn' I jif A'i J K BETTY srswfmr if ,L if 3. if Q gf ' 14" if ,r " ' vf"v '92 The Kappa activities for this year included their Tenth Birthday Dinner- Dance, the traditional German Dance and Breakfast, a Ranch Party, the Christmas Formal, and a Faculty Open House. Officers for Fall were Betty Stewart, President, Nancie Branch, Vice-President, Peggy Hudson, Secretary, Betty Chappell, Treasurer, Mauricia Keathley, Rush Captain. Spring officers included Betty Stewart, President, Elise Mortensen, Vice-President, Bobbie Morrell, Secretary, Peggy Hudson, Treasurer, Betty Chappell, Rush Captain. The members were Eleanor Andrew, Jo Ann Bailey, Janey Boulter, Nancie Branch, Hulda Cannon, Betty Chappell, Mildred Fogleman, Ann Fox, Peggy Hudson, Betty Johnson, Jean Johnston, Mauricia Keathley, Mary Ann Keeley, Alice Kern, Jeanne Lanham, Bobbie Morrell, Elise Mortensen, Joann Mosley, Barbara Patterson, Nancy Powell, Allegra Richardson, Anna Louise Roberts, Jimmie Sargent, Alice Sharp, Sue Smoot, Betty Stewart, Pat Strong, Tony T itsworth. 0 Kappa prerident lends zz Jong-ferr at Rmb Function. PAGE 288 "Ami he jumped out of the car jigbtin' mari." W r Pz1lcl9ritudi1zo1zJ . . . even from thir angle. Reading Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Andrew, Bailey. SECOND ROW: Boulter, Branch. THIRD ROW: Cannon, Chappell. FOURTH ROW: Foglernan, Fox, Hudson, Johnson, Johnston, Keathley, Kerley. FIFTH ROW: Kern, Lanham, Morrell, Mortensen, Mosley, Patterson, Powell. SIXTH ROW: Richardson, Roberts, Sargent, Sharp, Srnoot, Strong, Titsworth. 'E n-N PAGE 289 kappa theta pi . . . sm-m-any SUE PERRYMAN Prerident v TX, L '4, ,, 'Nh .v at --an - , avr-tr Gy. lv, , tv fav- "4- Y Theta activities for the past year included the Theta Amateur Night, a Birthday Dinner-Dance, the Spring Formal, and the Spring and Fall Infotmals. The officers for the Fall term were Sue Perryman, President, Pat Ammon, Vice-President, Renda Morgan, Secretary, jane Cooper, Treasurer, Alice Graves, Rush Captain. Spring semester officers were Sue Perryman, President, Renda Morgan, Vice-President, Sallie Bell, Secretary, Betty Sterling, Treasurer, Olga Criswell, Rush Captain. The membership included Pat Ammon, Shirley Beall, Sallie Bell, Charlie Marie Blankenship, Peggy Boston, Verna Cole, Jane Cooper, Olga Criswell, Dorothy Cracldock, Joyce Marie Edgar, Isabel Ellis, Nancy Fambro, Jackie Ferree, Alice Graves, Ada Guin, June Hackney, Carolyn Harmon, Martha Len Henderson, Mary Johnston, Meg Kindle, Martha Ann Lloyd, Sal Lockwood, Betty Moore, Renda Morgan, Ann Mosely, Mary Lou Otts, Pat Pearce, Sue Perryman, Billie Ray, Oleta Royall, Mary Rucker, Betty Sterling, Joan Turner. o Tbetzzr and their cimfer at Formal Divzneff-Dmzce. PAGE 290 "Ye Olde Ha1zg01zte"...tbe Yucca Tower. Theta! make a party pzcwre "OM Oh! Don? Play that Vw." Theta prexy and a beci Mme story Reading Left I0 Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Ammon, Beall. SECOND ROW: Bell, Boston, Cole, Cooper, Craddock, Criswell, Edgar. THIRD ROW: Ellis, Fambro, Ferree, Guin, Groves, Hackney, Harmon. FOURTH ROW: Henderson, Johnston, Kindle, Lockwood, Moore, Morgan, Mosely. FIFTH ROW: Orrs, Pearce, Ray, Royall, Rucker, Sterling, Turner. Siglnll . . . sorority JOYCE WATKINS TOPSY ROBERSON ' Ptreridenzr Phi Sigma Alpha activities included a Chuck Wagon Supper and Dance, an Autumn Tea, the annual Christmas Formal, the Tulip Tea, an Anni- versary Dinner, and the Rainbow Ball. The Fall officers were Joyce Watkins, President, Marian Brewer, Vice-President, Lou Ellen Allison, Sec- retary, Eve London, Treasurer, Betty Lou Shipp, Rush Captain. Officers for the Spring semester were Topsy Roberson, President, Sue McBurnett, Vice-President, Betsy Wright, Secretary, Caro- line Thompson, Treasurer, Beth Kinder, Rush Captain. Membership included Lou Ellen Allison, Norma Benton, Marianne Brasher, Marian Brewer, Miriam Bush, Eulene Connell, Narrell Cooke, Jeanne Dunn, Estelle Fisher, ff" 'I ' Shirley Hagler, Pat Harrison, Geraldine Heninger, Dorothy Holliday, Beth 4 Kinder, Betty Koonce, Eve London, Sue McBurnett, Dot McGehee, Mary Murray, Topsy xi ,V I WK L,-I Roberson, Lois Rutledge, Martha Scott, Betty Shipp, Gillette Sutton, Margaret Xa!! L L 'lf Tate, Evelyn Tidmore, Caroline Thompson, Pat Trippet, Paula Turner, Joyce Watkins, Nancy Winstead, Betsy Wright, Elleen Wright. 0Everytbi1zg'.r cozy at Ploi Sigir Cbrirtmar Ball. PAGE 292 "Ami we Jtill have .rome money in the bank." A double finexre . . . no doubt. Reading Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Allison, Benton. SECOND ROW: Brasher, Brewer, Bush, Connell, Dunn, Harrison, Hagler. THIRD ROW: Kinder, Koonce, London, Murray, McBurnett, Rutledge, Scott. FOURTH ROW: Shipp, Thompson, Tidmore, Trippet, Turner, Wright, Wright. PAGE 295 Eight little maizir in cl trzmrile bed. "But be can? come Zlaif week. Fm eazgagecif :eta pi gamma . . . sorority This year the Zetas included in their activ- ities a Birthday Dinner-Dance, the Christmas Informal, a Spring Informal, and a Spring Formal. The offi- cers for the Fall Semester included Hazel Randolph, President, Joan Hill, Vice-President, Don Beth Whittington, Secretary, Almeta Lindley, Treasurer, Betty Lou Ingram, Rush Captain. Spring officers were Joan Hill, President, Betty Lou Ingram, Vice-President, Mary Ruth Hartman, Sec- HAZEL RANDOLPH JOAN HILL retaryg Evelyn Brodie, Treasurer, Helen Cook, . P fd I A A, ren elm Rush Captain. Membership included Doris Barnett, ,as Joanna Brenholtz, Clara Nell Brian, Evelyn Brodie, Susanne Brown, Helen Cook, Etta jean Crowson, Louise Davis, Ruth Ann Davison, Ruth Hackney, Mary Ruth Hart- I' , v Q , , , Z ali man, Juanita Henderson, Joan Hill, Mary Nan Hudgins, Gloria Jackson, II! ' Jackie Langham, Almeta Lindley, Glenola Murphy, Mona Quisenberry, Hazel Randolph, 'ff Bet Shar , ean Thornhill, Frances Tri , Mar o Vlha, Markie Weaver, ,i ,1 fl' P J 88 Y 5 1 if Don Beth Whittington. U I ,, E AEX A o UPPER LEFT: "My goth! Ami .rbe jumped to f0zz1'.', UPPER RIGHT: Zetafr admire Zetahr in pic albfmz. o LOWER LEFT: Some bevy-eh, boyr? LOWER RIGHT: R.S.V.P. Wflmzir that? gg l PAGE 294 F 'U lQ --M.,-, l... L Reading Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Barnett, Brenholtz, Brian, Brodie, Brown, Cook, Davis. SECOND ROW: Davison, Hackney, Hartman, Hen- derson, Horn, Hudgins, Ingram. THIRD ROW: jackson, Langham, Lindley, Murphy, Quisenberry, Sharp, Thornhill. FOURTH ROW: Trigg, Vlha. FIFTH ROW: Weaver, Whittington. Zetdr picked the right datex for Birthday Dimzer-Dance. Everybody? happy. 1 5 L at - fr -1' , beta rho beta . . . social fraternity ROY TAYLOR Prerident " 'QPR s Q "' .-af. A ',-! I A ag h e ,. , 'ix 43 9 o f .I j 1-',,q3 ,' , .Q 159 A rf . -wa W The Beta activities for the '48-'49 season included their annual White Suit Dance, a Formal Dinner Dance, a Valentine Dance, and numerous lesser functions. Officers for the Fall term were Roy Taylor, President, Joe D. Ferguson, Vice- President, Fred J. Schubert, Secretary, joe B. Mullins, Treasurer, Jack Cox, Sergeant-at-Arms, L. A. Nelson, Pledge Captain. The officers for the Spring semester were Roy Taylor, President, L. A. Nelson, Vice-President, Meredith Giles, Secretary, Bill Phillips, Treasurer, Hannan Binder, Sergeant-at-Arms, jack Cox, Pledge Captain. Membership included Hannan Binder, Tommy Brite, Lee Brown, Glen Cox, Jack Cox, Gene Ellis, J. D. Ferguson, Meredith Giles, Harry Giles, Harry Goss, Jim Hale, Jim Karnes, john Killian, Bill Ladish, Richard Loper, Sherman Maley, O. A. Maybin, Wayland McNutt, joe Mullins, L. A. Nelson, Loyd Partain, Tommy Parrain, Bill Phillips, Ray Reynolds, Bill Rose, Paul Schoenerstedt, Fred Schubert, Bobby Sharp, Leon Shipman, George Snyder, Major St. John, Roy Taylor, Frank Voltin, T. B. Wright, Earl Young, Edmond Young. 0 Beta? line-up for pic after the Formal Dimzer-Dance. I . , ,,,. -N- .1 'i ' gee PAGE 296 Beta officers :Zi.s'c1z.r.r some fllfllfe plum. "Bill I cfm? go to the Flight. Gaim rlmiyf' K -Y . Q, .. 'TE ' I f'7'.I.i4a Xa 2 an 7 .X 4 ' . Elf l l 3' Hr 1 fr .fu . Reaclivzg Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Bender, Brite. SECOND ROW: Brown, Cox. THIRD ROW: Cox, Ellis. FOURTH ROW: Fairchild, Fer- guson. FIFTH ROW: Giles, Goss, Hale, Karnes, Killeen, Ladish, Loper. SIXTH ROW: Muley, Maybin, Mullen, McNutt, Nelson, Partain, Phillips. SEVENTH ROW: Reynolds, Roberts, Rose, Schoenersredt, Schubert, Sharp, Snyder. EIGHTH ROW: St. john, Swofford, Vickery, Volten, Wright, Young, Young. if ...J wg:-gv lllC0n,S . . . social fraternity During the past year the Falcons spon- sored a Spring Formal, a Christmas Formal, an Apache Dance, and many other informal functions. The officers for the Fall term were jerry Pratt, President, Lewis Ham, Vice-President, james Miller, Secretary, Howard Pruitt, Treasurer, Frank Land- ers, Sergeant-at-Arms, Lewis Hemphill and Charles Graham, Pledge Captains. The officers for the Spring term were Herman Vaughn, President, Bill Conly, Vice-President, Winfred Leach, Secretary, Grover Pearson, Treasurer, Pete Bonner, Sergeant-at-Arms, Duane Stallcup, Pledge Captain. JERRY PRATT HERMAN VAUGHN 'Stay f Preridentr Membership included Robert Bonner, Bob Calla- way, Bill Conly, Billy Crockett, Kirk Cunningham, Noel Duke, David Floyd, Pat Fowler, Glenn Frazier, Thomas Gill, Bryan Graham, Charles Graham, Bill Grant, Lewis U Y ,fi 'Q ' ' -'mv , . .. . ,z ,., 5 Y ll Lctw 'A :QT .gn nxg F- .P B lf Ham, Lewis Hemphill, jake Hudspeth, Perry jeanes, Frank Landers, Kenneth Layne, Winfred Leach, Bob Lynch, Herb Marvel, Colin McSween, James C. Miller, Rhea Nichols, Harold Nolte, Edward Ownby, Grover Pearson, Bill Pitman, Jerry Pratt, Howard Pruitt, M. B. Ray, Melvin Riddle, Duane Stallcup, james Stevens, Kenneth Timken, Herman Vaughn, Art Wiley, and Caddo Wilkie. Dr. Brodie and Dr. Truitt were sponsors. 0 Falcom and their rlater at Cbrixtvnzzr Formal. PAGE 298 ' x i "Story of the week" at Falcon bull Jeuion. Redzxtrzbmfmg the mcome at the poker table. Reading Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Bonner, Calloway. SECOND ROW: Conly, Crockett. THIRD ROW: Cunningham, Duke. FOURTH ROW: Fowler, Frazee. FIFTH ROW: Gill, Graham, Graham, Hemphill, Hudspeth, Land- ers, Layne. SIXTH ROW: Leach, Lynch, Marvel, McSween, Miller, Nichols, Nolte. SEVENTH ROW: Pearson, Pruitt, Srallcup, Stevens, Timken, Wiley, Wilkie. E PAGE 299 if geezles . . . social fraternity ' This year the Geezles held an informal g Christmas Dance, their annual Round-Up, and the Goodwill Banquet. The officers for the Fall were ,,..-wi' Toppy Hill, President, Bruce Turner, Vice- President, Bob Arnold, Secretary, Horace DeFord, Treas- urer, Ervin Dubose, Sergeant-at-Arms, jim Eagle, Song Leader. Spring officers included Bruce Turner, President, Bill Lalicker, Vice-President, john Cunningham, Secretary, A. D. Cate, Treasurer, T OPPY HILL ' BRUCE TURNER Harvey Rogers, Song Leader. Membership P"MM included Bob Arnold, David cafmicimei, A. D. cafe, Ralph Chambers, john Cunningham, Horace DeForcl, Charlie Dickerson, Bill Dunnaway, U O C 0 '+f-'N' U Ervin Dubose, jim Eagle, Billy Bob Gale, Jim Hartline, Wayne Hightower, Toppy Hill, Cliff Huddleston, Kenneth Keck, Julian Kuehl, Bill Lalicker, Pete Q Lawless, Ned McNeill, Frank McClanahan, Skip Packer, Lee Palmer, Hugh Reynolds, Harvey Rogers, Louis Rienzi, Bob Sewell, Glen Smith, Duval Smith, Oleph Stacy, Wayne Swinclell, Ralph Spencer, Bruce Turner, Ace Towe, Thomas Wloody, ff' f l as pa. gf: l' 1' ' ily dr. A , A "' i l ,, 1 ii A ' l Allen Young. o Geezlef bead for the .rtarlizmz efz fmzrre. " 125 V - ., L , " ii..-fff'l"'2i?., ef ' PAGE 300 A pretly rkirl would mm every head. Geezler do everything in cz big way. Reading Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Arnold, Carmichael. SECOND ROW: Cate, Chambers. THIRD ROW: Cunningham, Curry. FOURTH ROW: Deforcl, Dickerson. FIFTH ROW: Dubose, Dunaway. SIXTH ROW: Eagle, Gale. SEVENTH ROW: Hartline, Hightower, Huddleston, Keck, Lalicker, Lawless, McClanahan. EIGHTH ROW: McNeill, Packer, Palmer, Reynolds, Rienzi, Rogers, Smith. NINTH ROW: Smith, Spencer, Stacy, Swindell, Towe, Woodie, Young. an I 'R X pi . . . social fraternity l . ifz, X r .Mr WAYNE EASTERLING Prerirlent , cg '-- , . ,. K, 7 1, , x,, 'vgl Pi Phi activities for the year included the Christmas Formal, Open House, the Spring Leaf Frolic, and other informal outings. Officers for the Fall semester were Wayne Easrerling, President, jimmy Thomas, Vice-President, Bane johnson, Sec- retary, Don Griffin, Treasurer, Dick Scrivener, Rush Captain. Spring term officers included Wayne Easterling, President, Bill jack Evans, Vice- President, Bane johnson, Secretary, joe Brooks, Treasurer, Penrod Ramsey, Rush Captain. The members were Don Abercrombie, Rudolph Ashby, jim Bledsoe, joe Brooks, E Bill Bush, Lou Cable, jerry Cahill, George Carter, Glenn Chambers, Ben Chappell, Bill Coury, Wayne Easterling, Ray Eledge, Bill Jack Evans, john Farris, Nelson Garrison, Don Griffin, Dick Griffith, Bob Hardy, Wade Hearn, Harry Heflin, Bob Henderson, Pierre Hollis, Jack Hudgins, jim Humphries, Frank Jackson, jack johnson, Alf Lacy, Kenneth Latimer, Bill Lee, Gene Mclver, Toby Morton, Bill Neale, Bill Pickens, Penrod Ramsey, Skip Reed, Dick Scrivener, Gene Scott, jack Scott, jim Scott, Jimmy Thomas, George Vance, Bill Williams, Tom Willis, George Winn, Clarence Wood, john Wood, David Zachry. o Pi Plaiir are in gay mood at Cbrirtmar Formal. l i 1,.i..1 1 km. PAGE 502 1' .,.F""'z 'r ' ' if ' V ' . , , , " J ,Ja , Y .- ',"f."? L - '- 4.1:-.5 . - ' :I 'A C ' I I. Y Qlgj.-zv""f' in 5 - ' 5 f s A ' ' - l ii ,4..... ,,..v. ,,,.., "",,,,.T.'I-"-- IQ A il Pz Phu pose 012 their home Jlairtwzy. Wbor kzdcizng who? Reading Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Abercrombie, Brooks. SEC- OND ROW: Bush, Cahill. THIRD ROW: Carter, Chambers. FOURTH ROW Chappell, Coury. FIFTH ROW: Eledge, Evans. SIXTH ROW: Farris, Garrison, Griffin, Hardy, Hearn, Henderson, Hudgins. SEVENTH ROW: Humphrey, Jackson, johnson, johnson, Lacy, Latimer, Lee. EIGHTH ROW: Mclver, Morton Neale, Pickens, Ramsey, Reed, Scott. NINTH ROW: Scott, Scrivener, Thomas Wfilliams, Willis, Winn, Wood. u-5' if 6-' 'x - iiiffgi si Hill nu . . . social fraternity I7 Sigma Phi Nu activities this Past year consisted of a Sweater Dance, the Spring Formal, the Fall Formal Dinner-Dance, and other informal functions. Officers for the Fall term were LeRoy Brock, President, J. O. Foxworth, Vice-President, jimmy Bristley, Secretary, Rusty Rogers, Treasurer and Pledge Captain. Spring officers included O. P. Monk, President, LeRoy Brock, Vice-President, LeROY BROCK OLIVER MONK Bill Watkins, Secretary, Rusty Rogers, Treasurer, Pmidmm Bill Vestal, Pledge Captain. The members .L were jimmy Bristley, LeRoy Brock, joe Couch, Phil j ' ,', , Dibben, jim France, Weldon Frederick, J. O. Foxworrh, Clarence George, Joe Hendrix, if' Q 9 Frank Hodges, Tommy Hunter, Oliver Monk, B. B. Noble, Rusty Rogers, Wayne Rogers, Elton Singer, joe Smith, Jimmie Thomas, Bill Vestal, Bill Watkins. it ik, . f' -' wil , i 0 Sigma NM: pore for pbotogir at their Dimzer-Dance. ll all 9+ . 'V ii PAGE 504 .,,Q If: coffee time after meeting. GW! 111211 gfllf Iiflgiflg fflf0lJ'- ,-wg-4 Sigma Nui: with "Pledge Sweethearlf' Somebody? loxifzg their mafrhleff Reading Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Bristley, Couch. SECOND ROW: France, Frederick, Foxworth, Hendrix, Hodges, Hunter, Noble. THIRD ROW: Rogers, Rogers, Singer, Smith, Thomas, Vestal, Watkins. PAGE 305 talans .. . social fraternity During the past year the Talon activities have included a Welcoming Dance, The Christmas For- mal, Homecoming Open House, a Valentine Dance, the Sweater Dance, a Formal Dinner-Dance, 'I and the Mother and Father's Day Banquet. Officers for the Fall term were Hugh Simonds, President, Luther Fambro, Vice-President, Leslie Mur- ' phy, Secretary, C. L. McCullar, Treasurer, Monroe Smith, M , L , H i fl. ' Pledge Captain. Spring officers were Harrold Gro- Mmgj-,,1:1ll1wi'ill.i,,,Q'lpa iii' 1'im. Wu, .t.- my was f wx an ,,if,,,,, ,XL gan, P1'CSlCl6I1tQ Bobby Jenkins, VlCC-PrCSlClCI1t, wg,.,,,,r,, iii, ,i,, i, ,,,,,,, ,, ,,i, w,,,,,,, ,,,. ,,,, ,M ,,,, , , ,,,,, ,, ,i ,X Bob Allen, Secretar g Dan Sanders, Treasurer, Bubba gi in wlwli, ,ry al. , ,, ll ,J a Y HARROLD GROGAN Whitley, Pledge Captain. Membership included Pfefidemf Bob Allen, jack Allen, Kenneth Carley, jack DeCordova, Billy Dinkle, Luther Fambro, Floyd Farrington, Bobby Furrh, Leroy Gooch, Harrold Grogan, Jimmy Hardin, Bobby Jenkins, Cone Johnson, Johnny johnson, n-,,f'K4' J Bob Kaufman, Buck Krauss, Fred Land, Bill Lee, Bert Lovett, C. L. McCullar, HUGH SIMONDS 2 . NJ.. ' .',,,,m . 'TQLONS 'ji Milton Musick, Jerry Mancill, Shields Mitchell, Bill Neal, Jack off, c. L. Petitt, Wally X Price, Richard Rayzor, Glenn Ed Rea, jimmy Reed, Dan Sanders, Hugh Simonds, pig, Monroe Smith, joe Specht, Bob Trotter, Bill Teague, Clyde Wallis, Bubba ' H' Whitley, Jess Wisdom, Larry Wood. ' x 0 Talom and their gals on the Fmt home rtepr. . , . . , ' . i - ' . . PAGE 506 J- 1 1 g::l'l', l Talom welcome the gzrlr at Open Home. C omzertzblex and women make the outlook brzglot. Reocliazg Left to Right From the Top: FIRST ROW: Allen, Allen. SECOND ROW: Carley, Fambro. THIRD ROW: Gooch, jenkins. FOURTH ROW: Johnson Johnson. FIFTH ROW: Kaufman, Krause. SIXTH ROW: Land, Lee, Lovett Mancill, Mitchell, Murphy, McCullar. SEVENTH ROW: Neal, Orr, Pettit, Price Rayzor, Rea, Sanders. EIGHTH RONV: Smith, Specht, Trotter, Wallis, Whitley Wisdom, Wood. 45' 5 tI'0 .HHS . . . social fraternity LEN BRADFORD President :WAX , 8 C ' X - '9o:rA f ' The Trojans' calendar stressed entertainment and fun. Most of their activities this year fitted into an informal pattern highlighted by their annual L'il Abner Dance. Officers for the Fall term were Len Bradford, Presidentg Bob Trout, Vice- Presidentg Charles White, Secretary, james Stewart, Treasurer. Spring offi- cers included Len Bradford, President, Marcus Hickerson, Vice-President, Malon Mitchell, Secretary, Bob Trout, Treasurer. The members were Dick Barnebey, Aaron Barnhill, C. E. Ballard, Charlie Belew, Len Bradford, james Bounds, Jeff Bourland, Joe Cook, James Cooper, Marvin Crow, King Faulkner, J. J. Fain, John Greer, Bert Hall, Marcus Hickerson, Bill Jarrard, Jimmy Lawson, Bob Lewis, Bob Lutz, Gene Mouser, Malon Mitchell, jim Orr, Clarence Rice, Wilson Rink, Paul Sanders, E. T. Smith, A. B. Splawn, james Stewart, Bob Trout, Keith Westerman, Charlie White. o Al Capph' characters come to life at Li'l Abner dance. PAGE 508 Nea-r the end of the month . . . no d0ugl9...1z0 Sfzgifmw. Nlmt be pretty to mze that greeting! ' if ' . . f if I ' i :JFS , 12 ,N ,. ' Si I A 9-1. i , ir ' , 'S 4 Q lf? i 3 ' 1. - -Y 5221? . ,.-, i meg EQMQQ' Reading Lefl to Right From the Top: FIRST ROXV: Barnebey, Barnhill. SECOND ROW: Belew, Bounds. THIRD ROW: Bourland, Cook. FOURTH ROW: Cooper, Fain, Faulkner, Greer, Hall, Hickerson, Jarrard. FIFTH ROW: Lawson, Lewis, Marvin, Mouser, Mitchell, Rice, Rink. SIXTH ROW: Sanders, Smith, Splawn, Stewart, Trout, Westerman, White. 1' athletic commzttee The Athletic Committee serves as an advisory board to the Ad- ministration to formulate athletic plans and policies. Membership includes Dr. Benjamin B. Harris, Dean of the Administrationg Mr. Theron J. Pours, Athletic Directorg Miss Beulah Harriss, Professor of Physical Educationg Mr. Robert Caldwell, Business Manager of the Collegeg Mr. E. H. Farrington, Director of the Placement Serviceg Mr. William G. Woods, Dean of Meng Bill C. Candler, Student Rep- resentativeg Ervin Dubose, Student Representativeg Shields Mitchell, Student Representativeg and Earle B. Young, Student Representative. The student representatives are appointed by the President of the Student Body with Student Senate confirmation. Dean Harris Dean Woods Mr Farrington, Miss Harriss, Mr. Pours, Bill Candler, Mr. Caldwell. fine arts committee The Fine Arts Committee is responsible for the selection and staging of all Fine-Arts numbers that appear on the campus of North Texas State College. The committee is composed of Dr. Sam B. McAlister, Chairmang Dr. Donnie Cotteral, Director of Women's Physical Educationg Dr. Walter Hodgson, Dean of the School of Musicg Robert J. McCloud, Publicity Directorg Robert Caldwell, Business Manager of the Collegeg Beulah Turney and Doris johnson, .Representing the Speech Departmentg L. D. Spark- man and Martha Tyson, Representing the Physical Education De- partmentg and Joe Dabney and Dick Highlill, Representing the Music School. The departmental representatives are students ap- pointed to the committee by the President of the Student Body with the confirmation of the Student Senate. Dr. McAlister, Dr. Donnie Cotteral, Beulah Turney, Doris Johnson, Dr. Hodgson L D Spa kma D clt Highlill M McCloud 1 , t,-,.- H., tj graduate couneil The Graduate Council determines Graduate School policies which are administered by the Dean of the Graduate School. Mem- bership includes Dr. Jack johnson, Dean of the Graduate School, Dr. Cora Stafford, Director of the Department of Art, Dr. O. J. Curry, Dean of the School of Business Administration, Dr. Florence Scoular, Dean of the School of Home Economics, Dr. A. M. Sampley, Director of Librariesg Dr. L. W. Newton, Director of the Depart- ment of History, Dr. Sam B. McAlister, Director of the Department of Government, Dr. james C. Matthews, Dean of the School of Education and Vice-President of the College, Dr. L. Carrico, Direc- tor of the Department of Chemistry, Dr. Walter H. Hodgson, Dean of the School of Music. Ex-ofiicio members include Dr. W. J. Mc- Connell, President of the College, Dr. B. B. Harris, Dean of Admin- istration, Dr. Alex Dickie, Registrarg and Hilda Cunningham, Secre- tary to Dr. johnson. SEATED, left to right: Dr. Matthews, Dr. Harris, Mrs. Cunningham, Dr. Johnson. STANDING, left to right: Dr. Sampley, Dr. Newton, Dr. Curry, Dr. Carrico, Dr. Stovall. 2 I ti X. NSQEEE ge 'g!',.,g - ' , it 1. ,WW hftgflgz l hwy, ...M gf' 7-f inter-sorority couneil The Inter-Sorority Council coordinates the interests of campus sororities. Membership includes two representatives from each of the five sororities. The ofiicers are elected within the group. The president's post is rotated between the five groups. Christine Keeler and Joyce Gray served as presidents this year with Dr. Imogene Bentley, Dean of Women, as faculty advisor. Membership included Sue Perryman, Renda Morgan, Kappa Theta Pig Betty Stewart, Nancy Branch, Kappa Kappa Kappag Marian Brewer, Joyce Watkins, Phi Sigma Alpha, Hazel Randolph, Joan Hill, Almeta Lindley, Zeta Pi Gamma, and Christine Keeler, Billye Robertson, Joyce Gray, Delta Chi Delta. READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Perryman, Randolph, Hill, Brewer, Watkins, Branch, Morgan, Keeler, Stewart Robertson Y-41? ' T iii? e gm f sie? 3,22 My as social-fraternity council READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Nelson, Young, Rogers, Woods, Fredrick. The Social-Fraternity Council coordinates the activities and pro- motes the welfare of the social fraternities. Membership is made up of one senior representative and one junior representative from each of the seven fraternities. The officers of the Council are elected from within its membership. The president's post is rotated between the fraternities and is filled by a senior member. Tommy Partain was president in the fall semester and- Dick Barneby served as president in the spring. William Woods, Dean of Men, serves as sponsor and faculty advisor to the Council. Members included Tommy Partain, L. A. Nelson, Joe Young, james Stevens, Art Wiley, Ralph Spencer, Warren Reed, Don Aber- crombie, Wayne Rogers, Jimmie Bristley, Weldon Fredrick, jimmy Thomas, Dick Barnebey, Keith Westerman, Bill Neale, and james Mancill. Abercrombie, Mancill, Reed, Westerman, Neale, Stevens, Wiley, Barnebey, Spencer, . f 3255! publications committee The Publications Committee is set up to formulate policies con- cerning the various publications of the college. The Committee se- lects the editors of the Avesm, Campzu Chat, and YUCCA. Member- ship is made up of the editors of each publication, their associate editors, the sponsors, the Business Manager of Publications, and four students appointed by the president of the student body. Dr. M. P. Wells serves as chairman of the Committee. Members of the Committee were Townsend Miller, Claude Har- bour, C. L. McCullar, Jack Ripper, Bill Dibble, LeRoy Brock, Tommy Brite, Paul Hackett, Paul Maranto, Kenneth May, Lou Beckham, Bob Stanley, Roger Guess, Mary Jo Gilbert, J. D. Hall, Jr., C. E. Shuford, Helen Wilfong, and Bob McCloud. FIRST ROW: Beckham, Wilfong, Shuforcl, Wells, McCloud, Brite. SECOND ROW: Dibble, May, Stanley, Maranto, Guess, Brock, Miller, Ripper, McCullar. 1 1 r women 'S forum council The Women's Forum and Forum Council is an organization which helps to direct the social life of the campus and to raise cam- pus standards. Every girl in the college is included in its membership. The work of the Forum is carried on through the Forum Council, which is composed of officers nominated by the Forum Council and twelve members elected by the girls of the four classes of the college. Officers of the Forum Council were Betty Schafer, president, Billye Robertson, vice-president, Dorothy Smith McNutt, secretary, and Isabel Ellis, treasurer. Members of the Council included Mary Joyce Bedgood, Marian Brewer, Virginia Ann Dove, Isabel Ellis, Pat Harrison, Christine Keeler, jean Mann, Dorothy Smith McNutt, Billye Robertson, Betty Schafer, Joyce Watkins, and Peggy Webb. FIRST ROXV: Ellis, McNutt, Robertson, Schafer. SECOND ROW: Keeler, Mann, Brewer, Watkins, Harrison, Bedgood, Webb, Dove. sd --...-...,.1.L...-,,. Q . , , FIRST ROW: Phillips, Harris, Henderson, Harmon, King, Boston, Greenwood, Hendricks, Cotton, Ellis, Brown, Dearing. SECOND ROW: Brannan, Schoenlield, Wilson, Lindsay, Bigham, McKay, Blankenship, Welch, Swadley, Francisco, Spence, Webb. THIRD ROW: Wilcke, Owens, Farnsworth, Willson, Davidson, Cook, Kiel, Youngblood, DeLay, Cannon, Oldham, Linenberger. FOURTH ROW: Harman, Barnebey, Hickerson, Davis, Solley, Coffman, Parish, George, Blummer, Holman, Mesler, Phillips. The Alpha Chi promotes and recognizes scholarship and those elements of character which make scholarship effective. Membership is on an elective basis. Activities included a formal banquet given in December. Officers for the year were Isabel Ellis, president, Lucy Walsh, vice-president, jack Miller, secretary, Don Swadley, treasurer. Active members were Doris Akey, Dick Barnebey, Johnny Mac Barton, Martha Bellah, Helen Bigham, Raymond Blummer, Peggy Boston, Marvin Boyd, Oletha Brannon, June Bryan, jo Anne Cannon, Charlotte Cobb, Penelope Cof- fey, Ann Cosby, La Juana Cotton, Mary J. Couger, Maxine Clement, Wesley Coffman, Lloyd Cook, Marjorie Crawford, Carolyn Crawford, john Keith De- Lay, Betsy Dearing, Lanelle Ervin, Hugh Ellison, Eva Farnsworth, Mary For- restor, Jeane Francisco, jim France, Lewis Grilfiths, John E. George, Juanita Greenwood, Norma Harman, Jack Hendrix, Marcus Hickerson, La Verne Hodges, Yvonne Harris, james E. Hughes, Martha Len Henderson, Carolyn Harmon, Helen Hendricks, David Holman, Charlene Harrelson, Gerald Kiel, Frances King, Arlyne Linenberger, Linda Lou Lindsay, Alex Leseur, Lois Lucas, Raymond Mesler, Mary McKay, Kathleen Noland, C. L. McCullar, Eva Oldham, Geneva Owens, Sue Perryman, Sidney Peveto, Royce Parish, Lucile Phillips, Bette Rudd, Virginia Reading, Herman Rains, Mary Robertson, Gwendolyn Rogers, David E. Smith, Ira Schantz, Mary Jane Sullivan, Glenn Shelley, L. A. Speer, Anne Schoenheld, Mildred Schroeder, Betty Spence, Mary Sue Turner, Avon Wilcke, Atha Sara Webb, Richard Welch, Margaret Wilson, Kathryn Willson, Dalton Wood, Chester Youngblood, David York. PAGE 317 Fira. I alpha chi National Honor Society ISABEL ELLIS, President K PL.. JOE PIERCE, Preridevzz alpha lambda pi Departmental Honorary Alpha Lambda Pi is an honorary society open to accounting ma- jors who have had twelve hours in accounting and have made at least a "B" average in these hours. This year's organization held its annual banquet and presented guest speakers who discussed various phases of accounting. Ofiicers of the club for the fall term were joe Pierce, president, Elgin Phillips, vice-president, and James Blankenship, secretary-treas- urer. Elected for the spring semester were Paul Guynes, president, Leo Priolo, vice-president, and Martha Miller, secretary-treasurer. Total membership included A. J. Ballard, DeOlva Barnard, James Blankenship, Wayne Browning, John Cunningham, Hubert Doyle, Lewis Griffith, Paul Guynes, Dan Hart, Martha Hudson, L. J. Jackson, Wilson K. Lewis, Carl McDaniel, Martha Ann Miller, Henry Pate, Elgin Phillips, joe Pierce, Leo Priolo, and john C. Woods. FIRST ROW: Doyle, Pierce, Barnard, Miller, Hudson, Blankenship, Phillips, Priolo. SECOND ROW: Donald, Guynes, Heddins, Browning, Griffiths, Hoes, Woods, Ballard, McDaniel, Lewis. -14 , ' .r Ev. Y , , , . 3 4 1 L ..,.-,,. .. .alfa ., V sw--M La... ff., , -, -- - psig ' ' ' Q' Q P -aa FIRST ROW: Hardaway, Linn, Aden, Thornton, Anderson. SECOND ROW Bassett Thomas Tidmore McCann Clarke Alpha Lambda Sigma is an organization for senior students major- ing in library service who have had a minimum number of hours in the subject. Alpha Lambda Sigma sponsored a breakfast during home- coming week-end, the annual Library Clinic Luncheon, and contributed to the Denton County Public Library and to the McCracken collection in the Browsing Room. Fall oliicers were Bettie Ann Aden, president, Carolyn Thornton, vice-president, Dorotha Linn, secretary, Betty Sue Hardaway, treasurer. Officers for the Spring term were the same with the exception of the election of Evelyn Tidmore as secretary. Student members were Bettie Ann Aden, Mildred Anderson, Billye Ruth Austin, Mozelle Bassett, Betty Sue Hardaway, Dorotha Linn, Virginia McCann, jack M. Miller, Doris Morgan, Gloria Murdock, Maxine Phenix, Eleanor Sloan, Carolyn Thornton, Evelyn Tidmore. Faculty members were Betty Bender, Sybil Chambers, Virginia Clarke, Ezell Curtis, Louise Evans, Kyle Hardesty, Bobbie Horne, Sangster Parrott, jonnie Patterson, and Dorothy M. Thomas. PAGE 319 NLM -A ESTERLEEN MILLER, President delta psi kappa National Honor Society FIRST ROW: McKay, Findley, Owens, Thigpen, Harriss, Hamilton, Rakestraw, Delta Psi Kappa is a national scholarship and professional honor fraternity for women majoring or minoring in health and physical education. An average of "B", a major or minor in physical education, and a minimum of 14 hours in physical education is required by the department for entrance. Delta Psi Kappa sponsored a spring home- coming for its former members. Oiiicers for the year were Esterleen Miller, president, Nina Man- ley, vice-president, Bonnie Rogers, secretary, Beulah Harriss, treasurer. Membership included Ursula Angell, Betty Beasley, Donnie Cot- teral, Reva Ebert, Sweet Estes, Billie Findley, Elizabeth Godwin, Ann Hamilton, Beulah Harriss, Ina Mary Hayes, Joy Thompson Hill, Nell jenkins, Ethel Johnson, Edith Kubeck, Jane Lightfoot, Nina Manley, Wardene Meroney, Esterleen Miller, Marilyn McCullough, Mary F. Woods McKay, Geneva Owens, Rita Pilkey, Rosanne Porter, Bonnie Rogers, Juanita Smith, janet Thigpen, Martha Tyson, Juanita Warren. Rogers, Miller, Manley, Beasley, Porter, Thompson, Lightfoot, johnson. SECOND ROW: McCulloch, Angell, Hayes, Warren, Pilkey, Kubeck, Cotteral, Tyson. -, ' 'e , it 3 ,VVVVV VV V V,. A, V V LV gy N. V. . VJ S., , , ,QV Eg, ,I , a it :ga :Q , , Q ,H gm1,,, gg:-:I -- H, V ,V Vi V my , ia? ,W V, ,VH ,. VV VV V13 'VV V R V 1 V. V VV t V VV ., g., - . 5 - ii 4: gil ' 7 ' aj, , 1' Y' sir Jw 1 .fi i vw 35.1 ii L 1 3 Q- I. V """""""-..... i:-.-S: f4-- -41 --- --- - e :La 1-7 - , D. 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The club's program consisted of lectures, book reviews, and a banquet. Oiiicers were Robert F. Bender, president, O. L. Davis, Jr., vice- president, Don Swadley, recording secretary, Mrs. Betty Bender, cor- responding secretaryg Mary Englehardt, treasurer. Sponsors were Miss Myrtle Brown and Miss Bessie Shook. Membership included Bettie Ann Aden, Mrs. Betty Bender, Rob- ert F. Bender, Raymond Oscar Blummer, Peggy Jane Boston, Evelyn Brodie, Opal Maxine Clement, Jean Ellen Chowns, Charlotte Cobb, Raymond Lloyd Cook, Mary Ann Cosby, La Juana Louise Cotton, Mary FIRST ROW: Bender, Flyr, Webb, Trigg, Greenwood, Hendricks, Harris, Powell, Phillips, Cosby. SECOND ROW: Newton, Parish, Dearing, Owens, Chowns, Peveto, Crawford, Willson, Farnsworth, Cook, Brodie, Wilcke, Blummer. it . , , . . . U , .aw .M , aa , ., ,-,,,,WYH,. . -i, L, ,lr H , lm .H . ,U V , 'JI mga iw , ,., fa' . A fri - ,,,,. I z.: . ., :ri'1fi.ffITffT1"s" t i FIRST ROW: Ervin, Cotton, Oldham, Aden, King, Cobb, Spence, Hodges, Schoenfieltl, Smith, Davis, Franklin, Swadley, Couger, Welch. Jo Couger, Edward Thomas Coulston, Carolyn Crawford, Billy Ray Darnell, O. L. Davis, Mrs. Catherine Dawson, Betsy Jo Dearing, Mary Englehardt, L. Lanelle Ervin, Eva Elizabeth Farnsworth, Mrs. Bonnie Flyr, Dortha Wynelle Franklin, Juanita Greenwood, Kathryn Yvonne Harris, Helen Lee Hendricks, La Verne Hodges, Harold Holloway, Ruth Holman, Earl Tom Keel, Zeda Frances King, Ray Little, Mrs. Lois Greer Lucas, Robert G. Mclver, Raymond Clyde Mesler, jr., Eva jonette Oldham, Geneva Owens, Edward Royce Parish, Mrs. Vivian Thornal Park, Sidney Kermit Peveto, Hattie Lucille Phillips, Rosanne Porter, Elizabeth jean Powell, Mary Coston Robertson, Bette Lee Rudd, D. Anne Schoenfield, Stanley Shepelwich, David Earnest Smith, Don Swadley, and Frances Trigg. PAGE 323 Rudd, Brown. SECOND ROW: Bender, Mesler, kappa delta pi National Honor Society r l DR. I.. W. NEWTON and MISS MYRTLE BROWN, Sponsors JAN DOWNING, President gammadion society Local Honor Society The Gammaclions is an honor society for freshmen and sophomores. Its pur- pose is the recognition and encouragement of scholarship and high moral stand- ards among first and second year students. The scholastic requirements of mem- bership is an average of "B" on the first semester of freshman work. Membership in the organization continues through the sophomore year. This year the Gam- madions compiled a section of books to go in the Student Union Building, and sent a representative to the Danforth Foundation. Officers for both the fall and spring terms were Jan Downing, president, Dott Sala, vice-president, Margie Nell Patton, secretary, Jack Turner, treasurer. Miss Ruth F. Priddy was their sponsor. Membership for both semesters 'included Sarah MayDelle Abel, Mary Louise Adams, Martha Ann Adamson, Jacquelyn Aken, Irene Ashenfelter, Larry Austin, Iris Nell Bales, Robert K. Bass, Billy Ray Boring, Marilyn Bowden, Norma Bradford, Jeannette Bridges, Sue Byrum, Ann Callaway, Martha Ellen Campbell, Patsy Charlton, Winifred Cheatham, Pet Cody, Love joy Corthron, Gladys Cris- ler, Jewel Daughety, Betty Darwin, Martha joe Davis, Mary Jane Davis, Peggy Dendy, Sarah Dickson, jan Downing, joan Dudley, Evelyn Colene Elrod, Frances Kathryn Fleming, Franchelle Fowler, Robert Freeman, Jan Fuller, Doris Fulton, Tommy Fulton, Mary Virginia Gaddy, Frank Gagnard, Par Garrison, Bonnie Jo Goodman, Clota Granberry, Eva Gravley, Joyce Lee Greenwood, FIRST ROW: Hartman, Wiedenfeld, Rutledge, Elrod, Maxwell, Corthron, Callaway, Gravley. SECOND ROW: Coleman, Bowden, Pat- ton, Humphreys, Pollard, Mobley, Downing, Bridges, Montegut, Bradford, Cody. THIRD ROW: Kimsey, Smith, New, Dendy, Jones, Freeman, Goodman, Koeninger, Fleming, Priddy, Roberson. asf FIRST ROW: Granberry, Lockhart, Byrum, Jungbecker, Turner, Turner, Wimbley. SECOND ROW: Holsted, Lightfoot, Neary, Porter, Vincent, Stockton, Ashenfelter, Darwin, Wagnon, Whitlock, Harris. THIRD ROW: Abel, Stroud, Otts, Hammack, Scott, Moore, Howdeshell, Oldham, Davis, Watson, Schoenfleld, Martin. Nancy Guynes, Barbara Hague, Natalie Hamrnack, Yvonne Harris, Mary Ruth Hartman, L. B. Harvey, Cora Jean Hay, Betty Holland, Polly Holsted, Bob Hotchkiss, Jane Howdeshell, Audrey Hudgins, Anna Ruth Humphreys, Thomas Hunter, Peggy Jackman, Junelle Jensen, Bobby M. Jones, Martha Jordan, Edna Jungbecker, Larry Rex Kimsey, Bill King, Roy Knowles, Katie Koeninger, Rachael Lamons, Johnilu Lewis, Jane Lightfoot, Tom Lindsey, Anita Lockhart, Marion Sue McBurnett, Betty McGee, Lena McGill, Louise Martin, Sally Maxwell, Mary Ann Means, Alan Miller, Robert R. Miller, Janice Mobley, Billy Montegut, Beverly Moore, Helen Neary, Janice Nelson, Coleta New, Katy Louvenia Old- ham, Mary O'Reilly, Mary Lou Otts, Beth Page, Mary Jeanne Parker, Betty Parrish, Pat Patterson, Margie Nell Patton, Paul Peterson, June Phoebus, Mar- jorie Pollard, Anita Porter, Darlene Priddy, Doyle Lee Roberson, Reba Jane Roberts, Gloria Ross, Mary Rucker, Lois Rutledge, Dott Sala, C. W. Schimel- pfenig, Ruth Schoenlield, Barbara Scott, Camille Scott, Billy G. Self, Jewell Smith, Norma Sorrels, David Maxwell Stockton, Billy George Stroud, Alma Sue Taylor, Janet Thigpen, Ruth Thigpen, Beverly Turner, Jack Turner, Mary Catherine Turner, Mavis Vail, Leota Vincent, Mary Alice Wagnon, Jane Allen Walker, Joe Walston, Joan Watson, H. E. Wlmite, Dolores Whitaker, Elise Whitlock, Jean Wiedenfeld, Bill N. Wilks, Betty Wimbley, Dorothy Winter- stella, Roddie Wolverton. PAGE 325 gammad ion society Local Honor Society MISS RUTH PRIDDY, Sponsor Y af ISI RUTH REAVLEY, President mu phi epsilon l National Honor Society Mu Phi Epsilon is a national music sorority functioning as a ser- vice organization for musical activities. Among the club's activities this year were presentation of a formal recital, participation with the Lions Club of Denton in giving programs at the Veterans' Hospital in McKinney, and a reception given for the music faculty. Oflicers for the year were Ruth Reavley, president, Penelope Cof- fey, vice-president, Elaine Dupuis, secretary, and Kathryn McNeill, treasurer. Members of the club were Jacqueline Aken, Irene Ashenfeltet, Shirley Beall, Peggy Boston, Kitty Buttram, Penelope Coffey, Gladys Crisler, Jeaneane Dowis, Kathryn Duce, Elaine Dupuis, Pat Garrison, Margaret Grubb, Anita Harvey, Martha Len Henderson, Polly Hol- stecl, Elaine Humphries, Katherine McNeill, Marjorie Meacham, Grace Morales, Ruth Reavley, Mary jane Sullivan, and Leota Vincent. FIRST ROW Henderson Morales Vincent McNeill Duce Reavley Coffey Ashenfelter Boston Buttram SECOND ROW Sullivan Dupuis Dowis Meacham Holsted Garrison Alsen Gruft Reese Crisler 1 A - ""'iT"r: "-- .. 'fre --aw. -W-,............,...,, C1-gg 1. v "' ' "' 'G " " ri r, M-,---r- ,W tease ez-1 - wan.. as FIRST ROW: Saunders, Sutton, Green, Bigham, Wilson, Criswell. SECOND ROW: Luecl-ze, Kelsay, Turner, Clement, Middleton. Phi Upsilon Omicron is a national honorary home economics or- ganization. Its purpose is to encourage professional improvement among its members and to promote and advance home economics. Members are required to be home economics majors with a 2.8 grade point rating. Officers of the club this year were Helen Bigham, president, Mar- garet Wilson, vice-president, Jeanette Green, secretary, and Norma Sutton, treasurer. Total membership of the club included Helen Bigham, Olga Cris- well, Mildred Clement, Jeanette Green, Betty Spence, Norma Sutton, Margaret Saunders, Sue Turner, Margaret Wilson. PAGE 527 l '-J H fs-1 W. , l ' V ..:.. u . 1 Y .J'j12r1..f .Ig 3 ' H rg w ff? 'l Wei-fe' 1, l 1 T :Z :Infilt- phi upsilon omicron , Pi Omega Pi, scholarship society in the field of business education, ,has as its main purpose to encourage high scholarship, to promote and develop interest in commercial education, and to hold before the commercial teachers high standards in business and professional life. Activities of this year's organization included assisting in registration, initiation banquets, and a spring picnic. ' Serving as officers for the fall term were George Williams, presi- dent, Mrs. Johnnie M. Turpen, vice-president, Juanita Greenwood, secretary, and Pat Ammon, treasurer. Officers' for the spring semester were Mrs. Johnnie M. Turpen, president, Marcus Hickerson, vice- JOHNNIE TURPEN, Prerident I ' president, and Juanita Greenwood, secretary-treasurer. pi omega Pi Total membership for the club included Pat Ammon, A. J. Ballard, National Honor Society DeOlva Barnard, Mrs. Martha Jo Bellah, Robert Bender, Dorothy Clement, Marjorie Crawford, Clilfo Jean Davis, Niobe Dick, Mrs. FIRST ROW: Farnbro, Fagg, McMahan, Edwards, Clement, Rainey, Smith, Linenberger, Bellah, Davis, Guynes. SECOND ROW: Jackson, Ballard, Pierce, Griffiths, Taylor, Massey, Schroeder, Land, Phillips, Gibson, Curry, Curry. c A "-" new up . E ii V' In N -. ?r ,-I 51 1 .1 ,W g . ' r ? .. I.. .1,,, ' mi? l . M 1 3' ...Q-T.. , ,......, FIRST ROW: Barnard, Crawford, Weber, Hendricks, Robnett, Yarbrough, Dick, Reding, Robertson, Turpen. SECOND ROW: McDaniel Lohoefener, Teague, Welch, Jenkins, Jones, Gillen, Greenwood, Ammon, Priddy, Currie, Lucas, Hickerson, Williams, Wright, Collins Dorothy Hughes Edwards, Mrs. Lois Edwards, Joy Fagg, Mrs. Nancy Acker Fambro, Jean Ford, Nadine Gee, Mrs. Mary Jo George, Orville H. Gibson, Bill Grant, Juanita Greenwood, Lewis Griffiths, Paul Guy- nes, Kyle Hardesty, Helen Hendricks, Marcus Hickerson, Anne Hill, Luther J. Jackson, Floyd H. Jenkins, Lee R. Jones, Fred A. Land, Arlyne Linenberger, Don P. Lohoefener, Lois Lucas, Mary Frances Massey, Carl B. McDaniel, Juanita McMahan, Mrs. Dorothy Smith McNutt, Martha Ann Miller, Joe Pierce, Billy M. Phillips, Mildred Rainey, Virginia Reding, Mrs. Mary C. Robertson, Kathryn Robnert, Loma Ruth Smith, Mrs. Mildred M. Schroeder, Ouita Taylor, Troy Taylor, Jimmie D. Teague, Patricia Trippet, Mrs. Johnnie Mikel Turpen, Mrs. Lilla Grubbs Weber, Richard Henry Welch, George Williams, and Frances Yarbrough. PAGE 329 pi omega pi National Honor Society MISS OPAL WRIGHT and MR. M. L. COLLINS, Spomorr Sigma Alph Iota is a national music organization for women, membership consisting of music majors or minors who have an aver- age of "B" in music courses. Among the club's activities for this year were a welcome party for new women music students, a homecoming coffee, a Christmas dance, recitals, and a reception for Winifred Heidr. The club was hostess to the organizations Texas Day convention. Officers elected for the year were Anne Schoenfield, president, Bernice Lebowitz, vice-president, Juanita Singer, secretary, and Ava Nell Donoho, treasurer. Membership in the club included Elizabeth Anderson, Betty Arm- strong, Catherine Boyce, June Brown, Margene Clark, Jane Collins, Joan Curtis, Ruth Ann Davidson, Ava Nell Donoho, Elyce Gibson, Jane Hamilton, Louann Hardy, Carolyn Harmon, Jean Harrison, Daisy Haynes, Audrey Hudgins, Mary Nan Hudgins, Mariana Hullender, Bernice Lebowitz, Marjorie McClung, Pat McConnell, Joanne Neal, Martha Pender, Patty Rippy, Anne Schoenfield, Ruth Schoenfield, Juanita Singer, Bettye Tullis, Cora Wfalden, Lysbeth Willley, Anna Lou Williams, and Joyce Young. FIRST ROW Hullender Harrison Hamilton Hudgins Brown. SECOND ROW: Rippy, Tullis, Davison, Schoenfield, Schoenlield, Donoho, Lebovutz Williams Walden Wxlfley THIRD ROW Young, Boyce, Singer, Hardy, Hudgins, Pender, Armstrong, Gibson, Anderson, Collins, Rush. P GTV? was M sirfw 3? . -Ta, "W -'inf ' 'N .,,,.,.r ... Wi... v ...,.:,- .. ..W....-, 'K L . L- - +522 ,QA fd-Vfllfi ell' i.J?:fi,,.,, Wg,,,,j1f ., W-i awww' 1 '.'.I1jj""', -yr --f V..-W a.f,.,g- gajeaaafana Hi' '.. -'Pm' -- fr, 'T' O 'fa' i' H"'f"' 1TiI of r- 4 W -- '--v V- V. .4 i Ami. .......f,., N, -.lftlE"J5": as ' ' . - - tri ' - 4- -a 4 .1,."'T-325. .V we rf: - ' , Mfr!! g-far, ..- H i ae 5-5 H - .ny , . . ..:,.ngi.g,L . L ......L,- J' , , M . . .WN . , ,,,..v,, .., r LA . Y Y W . .aa G' pf i ' 111, 2- My -afnawa .. .f.,?zsfsi3zl'-, Siem- ' H: 5- -1-' 1" -:-fs' 1 as , . 14 AE . ,ag 1 ,- ...ax ,far M - yea FIRST ROW: Dillard, Wlmaley, Calloway, Hutmacher, Boyd, Alverez, Booth, Uranga. SECOND ROW: Uranga, Holman, Wilcke, Dannelley, Gerding, Dawson, Hardin, Sealy. Sigma Delta Pi, a national honor society, was organized to develop a wider knowledge of Hispanic contributions to modern culture, to provide a nucleus for Spanish student activities, and to reward those students who show special attainments and interest in Spanish. High- lighting the activities of the club for the year were a Mexican dinner, a Christmas party, and the annual spring picnic. Officers of the organization elected for the year were Marvin Boyd, president, Billie Marie Sealy, vice-president, and Avon Wilcke, sec- retary-treasurer. Sponsors of the club are Miss Virginia Calloway and Dr. Henry Dannelley. Membership of the club included Irma Alvarez, Marinel Bacon, Mrs. Venita Booth, Marvin Boyd, Mrs. Mary Davis, Mrs. Catherine McCarty Dawson, jean Dillard, Nina Gaines, jess Gerding, Robert Hardin, Ruth Louise Holman, William Hutmacher, Billie Marie Sealy, Mrs. Josephine Uranga, Louis V. Uranga, joy Whaley, and Avon Wilcke. PAGE 551 sigma delta pi National Honor Society MARVIN BOYD, Prexident W-. .,,--i4-,-n-.,,i.h4.: " ' . ,it:::--L 9-P- --F-gysavaa. . . m.,..a..H,...,.. Me...- ,,,,.,.,.,,. i .-was-a... n1,,,,,,L,,., mu., . . .,.. lr, - RUTH HOLMAN, Prerideni sigma tau delta National Honor Society ' The Tau Delta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, national professional English fraternity, was established at North Texas State College in l94O. The purpose of the organization is to promote the mastery of written expression, to en- courage worthwhile reading, and to foster a spirit of fellowship among men and Women specializing in English. Membership is limited to twenty students. Regular members must be of junior standing with a "B" average in all English work. Associate members are of sophomore standing and must also have a "B" average. Activities of this year's organization included a review of recent trends in literature, analysis 'of anonymous creative writing submitted by members, and presentation of a film of Macbeth. Officers for the year were Ruth Louise Holman, president, jack Sandsberry, vice-president, and Frances King, secretary-treasurer. Sponsors were Dr. Mary Patchell and Dr. M. P. Wells. Regular members of the club were: Gerald Anderson, Nathan Chaney, Roy Elders, Mrs. Melba Frazell, Catherine Garrison, Ruth Louise Holman, Frances King, Hugh Kirkpatrick, Bob Long, james C. Miller, Kathleen Noland, Jack Sandsberry, Billie Sealy, Bob Stanley, Don Swadley, and Ouita Taylor. Associate members included Pet Cody, Joann Dudley, Franklin Gagnard, Charlene Har- relson, Yvonne Harris, Eve Lackey, Marilyn Boynton Moore, Dott Sala, and Helen Jewell Smith. FIRST ROW: Gagnard, Miller, Dudley, Cody, Harris, King, Sealy, Chaney. SECOND ROW: Lackey, Harrelson, Garrison Long, Smith, Holman, Elders. 'I 1 r ei . zgy ME 4 2 1 R F... . i ' I' F ' 'W ai? TT 1 My 1 n flj ,115 3 h,.L jfgtgs jig at Q Y QQ? Pri fi '- L" . --- 4 ,Q ,QYQZAZ Y I Bvfta.: F l ' Q ,L ' A T ig Ziff B 11" '- X r., - 11:7 1 ' ' , wg- j. -7 :gif 'T Q7 FIRST ROW. Brewer, Dutton, Cashxon, Bryan. SECOND ROW: Beckham, Wilfong, Loftis. Theta Sigma Alpha is a chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, women's national journalism fraternity, organized on the North Texas campus in the fall of 1948. Members must be women journalism majors with a "B" average in all journalism courses and a "C" average in all other courses. Officers of the club for the fall term were Marie Cranford Guhl, president, Maurine Cashion, vice-president, Marion Brewer, secretary, and june Bryan, treasurer. Elected for the spring semester were Marion Brewer, president, Lou Beckham, vice-president, june Bryan, secre- tary, and Betty Dutton, treasurer. Members of the club were Lou Beckham, Marion Brewer, june Bryan, Maurine Cashion, jane Cunningham, Betty Dutton, Marie Guhl, Goldie Laird, and jane Loftis. PAGE 333 l . , l 1 . Q Q5 N ,a theta sigma alpha National Honor Society MARIE GUHI., Preriflevzt BOB CANDLER, President alpha phi omega National Service Fraternity " . Gamma Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a national fraternity for men, is a social organization. One of its chief purposes is the development of leadership and citizenship. Membership is open to all former Boy Scouts. A pledgeship is served before initiation of new members. The Alpha Phi Omega sponsored the March of Dimes campaign, the Orphans' Christmas Party, Safety Week, the Annual Cinderella Ball, and the Christmas Formal Dance. Fall officers were Bob T. Candler, president, Sidney White, vice-president, Bob Phillips, secretary, james Blankenship, treasurer. Spring officers were Car- roll Herriott, president, Bill Tucker, vice-president, Jim Bain, secretary, John Savage, treasurer. This year's members included: Lester Matthews, Cameron Roach, Paul Sagen, Bob Shipley, Perry Bowen, Bill Candler, Bill Tucker, Bill Cooper, Ben Ed Gantt, Bob Candler, John Wheeler, Sam Bass, james Blankenship, Bob Phillips, Sidney White, Billy Burke, Carroll Herriott, John Gordon, Vaughn Ray Smith, Harold Christal, jim Bain, Fred Edwards, john Rowlett, George Davis, Johnny Koonce, Wesley Davis, james Barry, Bob Sheridan, Bob Boniol, O'Neil Harris, Tommy Oates, Kenneth Foster, Daryle Hohertz, Buddie Wise, Tom Lane, Billy Patterson, john Savage, Jimmie Russell. dl SECOND ROW Sheridan Tucker Bowen Hohertz Smith, FIRST ROW: Davis, White, Wheeler, Lane, Phillips, Cooper, Riordan, Can er. : , , , . , Gordon, Burke, Rowlett, Savage, Berry. THIRD ROW: Foster, Roach, Christal, Davis, Boniol, Bass, Koonce, Oates, Sagen, Herriott, Gantt, Blankenship, Harris. ry, H ,I H VH N N ii , 1 ii f" ' ,i 1 -1:-sf ii i -ww if -"vw ll ll e .i,W.iW," ,,yy,i.i',,,g,,g3. My ,laws 'u,1w,w"'llu'! 'iillllll Xiu.. "1vil.l"'ljwill,mggg",,,'f g il -65 ?il f ,l . "' , I w Ielilitjiit I. - ' ' isis ., ll 1 .. ilk' Ei?" Q 1'-Q. A ' 1 - 1137" Ag, - " , ' - -1 . . 1 X E i i i . i , i i I I I FIRST ROW: Davis, Rowlett, Sheifield, Patrick, Willis, Lawrence, Roach. SECOND ROW: Barnebey, Sorrell, Dickinson, Morgan, Vernon, Highhll, Smith, Dibble, Love, Nichols. THIRD ROW: Clary, Huggins, Brown, Rodgers, White, Lewis, Miller, Bradshaw, Chester. Gamma Iota Chi fraternity is composed entirely of ex-servicemen holding an honorable discharge and receiving a favorable vote of the entire membership. Activities for this year included a party for the Cumberland Orphan's Home. Members of this fraternity acted as ushers at all the home football games, and operated an employment office. Officers for the fall term were Dick Highfill, president, Raymond Roach, vice-president, Dean Vernon, secretary, Clyde Sheffield, treas- urer. Ofiicers serving during the spring were Dean Vernon, president, Bill Lawrence, vice-president, Tom Willis, secretary, Dan Morgan, treasurer. 'Fall membership included Wesley Davis, john Rowlett, Clyde Sheffield, Pat Patrick, Tom Willis, Bill Lawrence, Raymond Roach, Dick Barnebey, Roy Sorrell, Emmett Dickinson, Dan Morgan, Dean Vernon, Dick Highfill, jesse Smith, William K. Dibble, Charles E. Love, Ralph L. Nichols, Warren G. Clary, Chester J. Huggins, Wm. Guy Brown, Jr., Winfree L. Brown, joe N. Rodgers, Glen B. White, Bob Lewis, James C. Miller, john F. Bradshaw, Clay E. Chester. Tommy Partain was a new member in the spring. PAGE 335 gamma iota chi Service Fraternity DICK HIGHFILL, Prerident r+-4 --Y ----.tfif-.W-11m , . , - r.. ship is determined by representatives elected from each major organi- 4039 zation on the campus which has girls in its membership. An outgoing senior is allowed one pledge. Officers for the year were Billie Sewell, president, Nell Allan, vice president, Merry Wood, secretary and treasurer. Miss Beulah Har- riss sponsored the organization, and Patricia Ann Roberts was their BILLIE SEWELL, Preridezzl f J ii IIIZISCOI. green jackets Service Club Fall and spring membership included Pat Adams, Nell Allen, Jean Bain, Joanne Brenholtz, Evelyn Brodie, Pat Burress, Joyce Chafin, FIRST ROW? Dove, Colville, Davies, Robertson, Adams, Lanham, Bain, Hutcheson, Owens. SECOND ROW: Keeler, Gray, Grube, Cole, Farnsworth, Rucker, Pearce, Otts, Thigpen, Fisher, Sims, Jenkins, Owens. l A The Green jackets is a girls' service organization whose member- it X nil.. FIRST ROW: Noland, Wright, Allen, Wood, Sewell, Roberts, Hartman, Brodie, Pace, Rhodes. SECOND ROW: Watkins, Drake, Shipp, Chafin, Downing, Burress, Davis, Harriss, Spalding, McEI1igott, Drummond, Brenholtz, Turney, Godwin, McBurnett. Percy Cole, Jane Coville, Nell Davies, Cliffo Davis, Virginia Dove, Jan Downing, Patricia Drake, Joy Drummond, Eva Farnsworth, Estelle Fisher, Elizabeth Godwin, Joyce Gray, Marilyn Grube, Mary Ruth Hartman, Ruth Hutcheson, Mary Jenkins, Christine Keeler, Jeanne Lanham, Sue McBurnett, Anna McEl1igott, Katheleen Noland, Geneva Owens, Patricia Owens, Mary Lou Otts, Joanna Pace, Pat Pearce, Mary Virginia Rhodes, Billye Robertson, Mary Rucker, Billie Sewell, Betty Shipp, Jimmie Sims, Lois Spalding, Janet Thigpen, Beulah Turney, Joyce Watkins, Merry Wood, Elleen Wright. PAGE 337 green jackets Service Club MISS BEULAH HARRISS, Spofzrar PAUL CASTLEBERRY, Prerirlenl alpha rho tau Departmental Club 'E -'Q Alpha Rho Tau was organized in September, 1945, for the pur- pose of furthering interest in art on the campus. All students who are majoring or minoring in art and who have completed six hours in the art department are eligible for membership. Alpha Rho Tau sponsored the Sadie Hawkins Dance, the Christmas Formal Dance, the tradi- tional masquerade dance, exhibitions, a contest, and an Art Sale. Joe Paul Castleberry was president during both fall and spring terms. Vice-president during fall was Lucy Ann Wfalshg secretary, Topsy Roberson, treasurer, June Taylor. Vice-president during spring was Daryle Hohertzg secretary, june Taylor, treasurer, Jack Jones. Fall membership consisted of Audie Adams, Jenny Adams, Florence Arrington, George Baldwin, Clifton Barr, Norma Bell, Nadine Belt, Elizabeth Berendzen, Charles Biederman, Mary Blake, Mary Bradford, jimmy Brannon, Dorothy Brownlee, Bobbie Bryan, Madelyn Cain, Everett Caldwell, Frances Callaway, Tommy Carlton, Peggy Carpenter, joe Paul Castleberry, Pat Clemmons, Joan Compton, Betty Cothtan, Arlette Crawford, Bettye Crider, Patsy Crowe, Joy Dabney, Martha Ann Davidson, joe Day, Lee Darsey, Charles Drumwright, Estelle Fisher, Helen Flowers, jane Flowers, Mary Forrester, Jeanne Franklin, FIRST ROW: Miller, Jones, Blake, Flowers, Harris, Hundley, Standifer, Sewell, Turner, Weete, Field, Keeney. SECOND ROW: Pollard, Taylor, Adams, Adams, Clemmons, Crowe, Sammon, Crider, Smith, Bell, Orvill, Lore. THIRD ROW: Hogue, Loftin, Walsh, Stewart, Castleberry, Hen- derson, Berendzen, Mann, McNutr, Taylor, Platt, Arrington, Mcliatritlge, Turner, Hudgins. FOURTH ROW: Baldwin, Wier, Carlton, Bradford, Bryan, Rogers, Day, Barr,.Hohertz, Lane, Manning, Tucker, Pennal. , . .. . . . ..t,, Q- --.-XT ?-- A-:af -fvffff'--if-7f'1 1 W . 5 ' ,Q 4 ,, - ,,-, ,, ,,-,Ev Y, 1 . If .M 5 4, 1 . , . ij, ,Hal .rm - Q M at rw.. 1 V. . , w x.. - ' i" L:f '1 I 1 . , , . ,I is 1.1 . , i Q I , ff-2 i- . if -, , 97, I ' ni' ' ' ' I ff, . -men .... . , ., . g . .rg I 5 'l 1 ' 1' 554' 4 JL i ...,.,,,.. FIRST ROW: Overall, Husbenet, Dabney, Cothran, Carpenter, Rains, Ward, Flowers, Darsey, Brownlee. SECOND ROW: Scholz, Underwood Smith, Koonce, Roberson, Purvis, Hailey, Whitlock, Sanders, Fisher. THIRD ROW: Forrester, Callaway, Davidson, Gonzales, Williams Pearson, Biederman, Richter, Pittman, Moore, Hopkins, Compton, Cain, Crawford, Davidson, Jackson. FOURTH ROW: Moore, Bridgman, Insall Lawrence, Wood, Robertson, Caldwell, Lauderdale, White, Drumwrxht. Alfonso Gonzales, Pat Hailey, Corinne Harris, Juanita Henderson, Wendell Hogue, Daryle Hohertz, Ginny Holmes, Katy Hopkins, H. Paul Hudgins, Helen Hundley, Aileen Husbenet, Jess Insall, Gloria Jackson, Jack Jones, Darlene Keeney, Bettye Koonce, Tom Lane, Don Lauderdale, James Lawrence, Joe Loftin, Eva London, Marian Love, Ella Mann, Roy Manning, Hal Martin, Mike Martin, Lane McNutt, Ellna Mcliatridge, Babe Miller, Doris Moore, Robert Moore, Gene Myers, Wanda Orvill, June Taylor, Lyane Overall, Louis Pattillo, Bob Pearson, Bill Pennal, Betty Pittman, Pat Platt, Johnnie Pollard, Mar- jorie Purvis, Helen Rains, Lucie Doris Richter, Louis Robertson, Topsy Roberson, T. Walton Rogers, Marilyn Sammons, Bobbie Sanders, Char- les Self, Bennie Sewell, Elizabeth Scholz, Billy Short, Jo Ellen Smith, Yvonne Standifer, Gwen Stewart, Shirley Taylor, Louis Todd, William Tucker, Aureba Jo Turner, Jack Turner, Judy Underwood, Lucie Ann Walsh, Pat Ward, Vaida Ward, Markie Weaver, Jeanne Weete, Gerald White, Elyse Whitlock, Dan Wier, Charles Williams, Sandy Wilson, Dalton Wood, Corky Bridgman, Charlsie Edwards, Mary Alice Smith, Dorothy Truax, Mrs. E. K. Davidson. PAGE 539 alpha rho tau Departmental Club LOU ELLEN ALLISON, RUDOLPH FUCHS MRS. THELMA R. NEWMAN, Spozzrorr The Association of Childhood Education, one of the oldest organizations on the campus, serves as the North Texas State College branch of the national organization of the same name. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate interest in the field of elementary education and to provide a means by which members may achieve profes- sional improvement and enjoy professional fellowship. Membership is open to any person interested in the field of elementary education and childhood development. Ac- tivities of the club this year included parties, the traditional Christmas Hour, and the selling of homecoming pins. Officers of the club for the year were Ruth Shelley, president, Glenn Hicks, vice- presidentg Doris Bennett and Jean Chowns, secretaries, and Eloise Turner, treasurer. Membership included Doris Bennett, Peggy Boston, Betty Bradley, Joanna Bren- holtz, Patsy Brixey, Nita Bullard, Jean Chowns, Mira Clark, Doris Cole, Dorothy Craddock, Carolyn Crawford, Minnie Lou Counts, Agnes Davis, Angie Davis, Martha Joe Davis, O. L. Davis, Betsy Dearing, Lee Darsey, Flora Duncan, Bonnie Earles, Lanelle Erwin, Joanne Fincher, Jean Fennie, Patsy Fleming, Marion Flinn, Harrell E. Garrison, Dixie Goode, June Hackney, Glenn Hicks, Joyce Hightower, Mary Nell Hollier, f Ruth Hopkins, Ruth Hosford, Nina Joe House, Carol Ivey, Betty Jett, Kate Kincaid, RUTH SHELI-EY, Plllridefzt Jane Largent, Doris Lester, Joan Lowe, Waneesse Mackey, Ella Mann, Elaine Martin, Mary , , Ann Means, Thelma Faye Nations, Mary Beth Newby, Joy Newsom, Evelyn Nivers, Donna O'Daniel, Mary Jane Painter, Charles Parton, Mary G. Peery, Peggy Pemberton, ' ' Emily Porter, Annabelle Pritchard, Dale Pyeatt, Edna Rains, Nancy Rilling, Jack Searcy, Jean Settle, Ruth Shelley, Martha Simmons, Dolores Smith, Evelyn Smith, Shirley Taylor, , Departmental Club Eloise Turner, Lotti Waterman, Norma Welch, Sara Wetzel, Etna Wilkinson, Parker Williams, Jane Wilson, Wanda Windham, and David Wood. FIRST ROW: Woods, Nations, Shelley, Parton, Williams, Kincaid, Davis, Pritchard. SECOND ROW: Bennett, Brenholtz, Taylor, Chowns, Newsom, Lester, Turner, Painter, Boston, Wetzel. THIRD ROW: Bullard, Fleming, Ervin, Good, Largent, Rilling, Jett, Earles, Finnie, Crad- dock, Settle. FOURTH ROWIY Hicks, Crawford, Peery, House, Davis, Mann, Clark, Lowe, Fincher, Mosqueda, Dearing, Welch, Searcy. s .rx ,f FIRST ROW: Shaw, Holler, Stiff, Rainey, Floyd, Duncan, Baird, Allen, Barr, Nelson. SECOND ROWE Stringer, Finley, Gore, Pickrell, Rice, Law, Clement, Barr, Gubbins, Jordan. The Baptist Student Union Council is an organization which co- ordinates the activities of Baptist students on the North Texas campus. The Council participated in the Youth Revival, Student Evangelistic Week, Dedicated Vocations Weelq, Christian Home Week, and attended the State Baptist Student Union Convention. Ofiicers in the fall were Travis Duncan, president, Ahlene Rice, vice-president, Pat Whitley, secretary, janel Barr, treasurer. Officers serving during spring were Travis Duncan, president, Bobby joe Finley, vice-president, Mildred Rainey, secretaryg Janel Barr, treasurer. Membership included Nell Allen, janel Barr, janet Barr, Mildred Clement, Travis Duncan, Bobby Joe Finley, Lionel Gore, Richard Gubbins, Caroline Holler, Emmett johnson, jerry Jordan, Tom Law, Mary Lou Nelson, Janie Pickrell, Mildred Rainey, Ahlene Rice, Harold Shaw, Rynell Stiff, jim Stringer. PAGE 541 baptist student union council Campus Club L!! 1, , ,B Mani .--"Z ,gi li il Ei f- 1 ,,,. , v TRAVIS DUNCAN, President 'tgfb 1 . H9529 ff f 'QL "-H I GEORGE CURTIS, Prerident camera club Departmental Club The Camera Club is a departmental organization which fosters activity in photography, with emphasis on photographic techniques as well as artistic composition and general problems which confront the amateur photographer. Activities of the club this year included field trips, presentation of guest speakers, and a picnic. Officers elected for the year were George Curtis, president, and Jean Bain, secretary-treasurer. L. I.. Miller and M. B. Ward sponsored the organization. Total membership included Jean Bain, Lois Belsher, Ken Bishop, George Curtis, Phil Dispenza, Dick Harris, Bill Jones, john Juenger- mann, Benny Karnes, Tommy Oates, Wallace Parker, George Rabe, Price Roberts, Monte Smart, Charles Stalcup, and J. R. Thornton. FIRST ROW: Massey, Smart, Bain, Curtis, Belsher, Juengermann. SECOND ROW: McCloud, Bishop, Rabe, Thornton, Ward, Oates, Harris, Dispenza, Miller. 3 .. .gi Q23 'W 5 . Y M W 1 . , fy X Q E ' 'k'A Q , A ' M' A' "" M 'L' f N 1 2 3 Lge ' ,.,' 3, ,M Ag! ' W ' - f, 532 ir.. MQ ,, W , F. . :Q - . is I . , wr as ' M 5 N- , gif Q , IJ - J QM- . , M W 3 mQg3,,b k - " -F -: L, ii- 1 ff , . fx f v Nj :f M5 wffllfif 5,112 gig. gi, 4 7 ,J ' ,iz ' w Zi' ' "H , ,,,M, .' in -' mga- 4 'wg' Q ' pg- yeh - 5 QM 1, 1, ,'ff g wagssfmg 225152-V: Q Wi ,A H L' .f m Q . .w . A U Q . A -f A L: - Y 'Pi' 71 " M . 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At the end of the first month, teams are selected to represent the college in intercollegiate tournaments. This year the club made trips to Oklahoma, Kansas, and several cities in Texas. Highlights of the year were the National Tournament in Illinois and the Men's National Tournament at West Point. Ofhcers for the year were Doris Johnson, president, Joyce Gray, vice-president, Joza Ruffner, secretary and treasurer. Members of the club were Katherine Chabot, Jeanne Cantrell, Mary Carlton, Rose Ann Cummings, O. L. Davis, Jack Gray, Joyce Gray, Bob Houston, Ed Harris, Doris Johnson, Joza Ruifner, Norman Ram- sey, Dott Sala, Betty Schafer, Janie Teipel, Bill Wilson. FIRST ROW: Ruffner, Cummings, Chabot, Teipel, Carlton, Gray, Schafer, Johnson. SECOND ROW: Ramsey, Sala, Hughes, Davis, Houston, Mandeville, Harris, Gray, Miller, Cantrell, Schnorr. .. .. -....,. ..-..u, ---.-H f- W- -A-1--Agggf-7:-1' 'f"': A 1 .f .-..-.W--f--'gf-,gf :f' 'f1."....,. . .W .. . ,..... ..-EL ...fn-H -f-3?-1 wt, H , , . .-. , ...... , .www---2 . :. i 1 :Ji is-'frm , ,L fs . .. r ,,,Lv . ,W fm., 1, ls H, . 5-Q, , N M.. sw. if ' WSH -ee 1 1- i- fir.,--,,, f --- , i ,.......sg.gL ..- .. ,M - ,. ,,... ...,.,..., Y.Z . 4 . 1 it sais - H A. I Y gt- A , iw - . 1? A . .X I . . ,. , 22 l ' Yi 5: - ' ' .. L, , ,F fini, , ...,,,,. Wf. iii it WP ei: A - .fits 51' . . 9 fvi " .-522 i. 24 Y, 5 1-ff. ii aww 1 ii ie: mfg i ii 2 1- i. 1. 4 Q .K ,K . L Mar, M.xu.1.Msf W V ,wash- ., . .w. FIRST ROW: Patterson, Kingsberry, Brannan, Bohme, Donoho, Vlha, Blohm, Buell, Richardson. SECOND ROW: Huddleston, Reddy, Manire, White, Savage, Bivens, Farmer, George, Dickson, Barnebey. The International Relations Club is composed of students from the social science departments who are interested in international affairs. The Club sponsored the Halloween Carnival and a barbeque, held panel discussions, and sent delegates to the Southwest and the North American IRC conferences this year. Ofhcers serving the Club were Frank G. Buell, president, Raoul Richardson, vice-president, Oletha Brannan, secretary, Constance Bohme, treasurer. The year's membership included Dick Barnebey, Clarence Bivens, Christel Blohme, Connie Bohme, Oletha Brannan, Frank G. Buell, jean Damron, Letitia Casteel, janel Davidson, john Keith DeLay, Guy Dickson, Tommy Dunn, Vanoy Farmer, Joseph Franklin, Charles Gaf- ford, john E. George, Billy Ray Huddleston, T. XV. Kirkpatrick, Bob Lewis, Patsy Leyland, Bob Manire, Raymond Murphy, David N. Patter- son, Bobby Peterson, Richard Reddy, Raoul Richardson, George Savage, Monte Smart, Lester C. Turner, Weldon Vaughn, Sara Webb, John M. White, john E. Wilhite, Kimbrough Williams, Chester E. Youngblood. PAGE 345 international relations club Departmental Club FRANK BUELL, President MARY ENGLEHARDT, President ellen h. richards Departmental Club The Ellen H. Richards Club is an organization for students major- ing in home economics. Officers for the year were Mary Engelhardt, presidentg Alma Sue Taylor, vice-president, Helen Bigham, secretary, Margaret Wilson, treasurer. The membership of the club included Beatrice Abell, Audie Faye Adams, Patricia Adams, Ida Bell Allen, Jo Ann Anthony, Barbara Bailey, Grace Baker, Barbara Baldwin, Dolores Baldwin, Retta Belle Barker, Joan Bryan, Evelyn Bigby, Mary Campsey, Jean Carbin, Letitia Casteel, Nancy Chadwick, Helen Bigham, Becky Jo Bowdoin, Evelyn Brodie, Peggy Clark, Lurlene Clayton, Mildred Clement, Charlotte Col- lier, Olga Criswell, Joyce Chafin, Louise Davis, Beverly Dawson, Jane Anne Dean, Rose Mary Dishman, Dorothy Eades, Naomi Embry, Mary Engelhardt, Norma Estes, Patty Euler, Johnnie Fenner, Kathyrene Joe Fincher, Mary Beth Forstner, Jeane Francisco, Nadine Gee, Thelma Glover, Jeanette Greene, Linda Lou Grass, Edwina Guinn, Alice Guth- rie, Ruth Hackney, Mary Lou Hall, Elizabeth Hatpold, Billye Harvey, Mary Heard, Dorothy Heard, Betty Hersh, Zo Ann Henslee, Dorothy Hickey, Joyce Hinds, Dorothy Honeycutt, Mary Beth James, Patsy FIRST ROW: Scott, Robinson, Rutherford, Maxwell, Presswood, Baldwin, Chafm, Guthrie, Landrum. SECOND ROW: Pearson, Heard, Scott, Wood, Dawson, Vance, Baldwin, Shell, Dean, Thompson. THIRD ROW. Wyatt, Wann, Bigby, Francisco, Howard, Campsey, Hall, Boyer, Pina, Harvey, Honeycutt, Collier, Wilson, Middleton. FOURTH ROW: Criswell, Brazell, Richards, Clark, Abell, Knight, Johnson, O'Daniel, Love- less, Anthony, Dill, Glover, Speer. i?:f' ' ' r r ' at Q. ,L 'Q ,Q ' ku i . , tai., l if , ll. -A r, . 5, , J, ETJTIL ' li.'t11T 1' FIRST ROW: Stuart, Adams, Jones, Koeninger, Heald, Hickey, Gee, Schmidt, Roach. SECOND ROW: Estes, Green, Sutton, Taylor, Bigham, Clement, Wilson, Jungbecker, Vann, Spence. THIRD ROW: Woolever, Euler, Hohertz, Toucheck, Allen, Vlfainscott, Miller, Clayton, Rigney, Taite, Corbin, Baker. FOURTH ROW: Savage, Shirley, Harpold, Williams, Sewell, Bowdoin, Gross, Bailey, Schobert, Adams, Hackney, Fenner, Wilson. Sue Johnson, Sharon Kay Jones, Edna Jungbecker, Arva Knight, Katie ' Koeninger, Hazel Landrum, Yvonne Latham, Sue Lewis, Wanda Lin- h' rlchards ville, Janelle Loveless, Mary John Maxwell, Laura Miller, Joan Departmental Club Moore, Jo Ann Mosley, Bobbie Noel, Algene O'Daniel, Jean Pearson, ' I Patsy Putman, Millie Rena, Hazel Randolph, Pat Richards, Wanda Rigney, Patsy Roach, Betty Romans, Mary Rutherford, Margaret Saun- ders, Redmond Savage, Joanne Schmitzer, Doris Schubert, Diane Scott, Bennie Sewell, Carolyn Shell, Patsy Shirley, Roy Marie Smith, Billie Spalding, Mary Ann Speer, Joyce Stanley, Betty Sue Stuart, Blanche Taite, Alma Sue Taylor, Delia Thompson, Cleo Turner, Frances Tur- ner, John Ann Vann, Lanele Wainscott, Mildred Waldson, Lometa Waner, Pat Whitley, Suzanne Williams, Joyce Wilson, Margaret Wil- son, Patsy Woolner, Mildred Wyatt, Beth McLaurin, Charlotte Robin- son, Margaret Macomb, Betty Presswood, Joanna Partain, Eddie Chapman, Joyce Webb, Jessie Lou Bayer, Avelyn Hohertz, Juanell Howard, Olga Clifford, Dorthy Dill, Anna Mae Scott, Caroll Schmidt, Ruth Brazil, Billy Roberts, Joy Wilson, Merry Woods, Betty Spence, Marie Irwin, Thelma Glover. MRS. NORMA SANDERS and MISS MARGARET MIDDLETON, Sponforzr PAGE 347 -32' afe1.ii1.i 1 55 JAMES MILLER, Prerident future teachers of america Departmental Club The George A. Odam Chapter of Future Teachers of America, a national organization, is one of the largest chapters in the country. The chapter was organized in 1945 and is open to all students regularly enrolled in the College who are planning to teach. This year's club organized a junior group called the Potential Pedagogues and edited a page in the Texas Outlook. Officers for the year included James C. Miller, president, Sebron Williams, vice-president, Dorotha Franklin, secretary, and Maxine Tidwell, treasurer. Membership of the club was composed of William Atmistead, Electa Arrington, Maxine Brown, Clarence Bivens, Ouida Butts, Donna Boddy, Ruth Bartley, Irene Baughman, Dorothy Caraway, Bettye Car- michael, Bob Calloway, William Carse, Hubert Choate, Charlotte Cobb, La juanta Cotton, Frances Cox, Floyd Clark, Clay Chester, Peggy Crow- der, Patsy Crowe, Edward Coulston, Virginia Coulston, Della Dalby, Lee Darsey, Byron Darnell, Agnes Davis, Cody Davis, O. L. Davis, Joe FIRST ROW: Weseman, Turney, King, Webb, Mann, Smith, Smith, Arrington. SECOND ROW: Speake, Davis, Timmons, Bivens, Miller, Wil- liams, Harris, Rowletc, Hendricks, Greenwood. THIRD ROW: Rudd, Farmer, Youngblood, Shields, Labus, Wilcke, Coulston, Darsey, Flowers, 5445 Cotton, Baughman, Zorns. FOURTH ROW: Perrin, Stanley, Carse, Hoke, Day, Davis, Clark, Stucker, McDonald, Butts, Crowe. Ll .. ,. ' - - I' Cf - 1 ""i"1 ' rig, w maxi QQJL , ,, . L .. E 1 FIRST ROW: Ramsey, McLarty, Toulouse, Kelley, Daniel, Nivens, Bartley. SECOND ROXW: Oldham, Schoenfield, Schmidt, Miller, Crowder Morgan, Henry, Boddy, Cobb, Richardson, Cox. THIRD ROW: Griffin, Loveless, Dalby, Monk, Franklin, Mitchell, Ervin, Carmichael, Tidwell Franklin, Callaway. FOURTH ROW: Lowe, Davis, Franklin, Hood, Caraway, Findley, Howell, Gubbins, Woods, McCorcle, Wilkinson. Day, Lanelle Ervin, Vanoy Farmer, Billie Findley, Helen Flowers, Dortha Franklin, Joseph Franklin, Malrilee Franklin, Barbara Getts, Juanita Greenwood, Richard Gubbins, O'Neill Harris, Helen Hen- dricks, Mary Kathryn Henry, Roy N. Hoke, David N. Holman, Era Hood, Jo Howell, Cliif Huddleston, Franklin Jackson, Gloria Johnson, Frances King, Jean King, Evelyn Labus, Janelle Loveless, David Lowe, Mary McCorcle, Franklin McDonald, Mancil McLarty, Ella Mann, James C. Miller, Faye Mitchell, Martha Nell Monk, Oliver Monk, Evelyn Nivens, Jeanette Oldham, Earline Perrin, Norman Ramsey, Mary E. Richardson, Betty Ritchey, John Rowlett, Bette Rudd, Carroll Schmidt, Anne Schoenfield, Alan Shields, Charles O. Smith, Mrs. Charles O. Smith, Claude E. Speake, John C. Standley, Jr., George Stucker, Maxine Tidwell, Wayne Timmons, Beulah Turney, Sara Webb, Jack W. Weseman, Avon Wilcke, Erna Wilkinson, Sebron Williams, David Woods, Chester E. Youngblood, and Dorothy Zorns. PAGE 349 future teachers of america Departmental Club 1 .P SEBRON NVILLIAMS, Vice-President The House Presidents, Club is an organization sponsored by the Girls' Forum and composed of the house presidents and counselors who are elected by the girls in the residence halls and campus homes. This year their activities consisted of a Christmas party, Thanksgiving and valentine teas, and a program presented by the Student Government Officers. Officers for the year were Connie Bohme, presidentg Dell McGraw, vice-presidentg Mary Ruth Hartman, secretary and treasurer. Membership included Pat Ammon, Electa Arrington, Connie Bohme, Bobbie June Bobb, Ruth Blankenship, Nancie Branch, June FIRST ROW Morgan Ammon Keller Stewart Dove Cate. SECOND ROW: Arrington, Bryan, King, Heard, Hailey, Blankenship, Wetzel, Simpkins Davis Hamilton THIRD ROW Casteel Mann, Dodgen, Cook, Cunningham, New, Finnie, Jackson, Turner, Osburn. TTT izpafafilf ge- -.1-,L ,-. if , M www ,Q f j, ' Y ' f -.ALJ ua' ,i nd-4: -in , ' ' .. 7, . ..-, , . , Y ,, .aw " D 5 W -yf x.,. V .J ,, -tn , Hg NV. .ai-7-, 5 J ,I 'if' Ai, ,v J ,ef 4 A 1. l FIRST ROW: Kreiter, Watkins, Brewer, King, Estes, Hundley. SECOND ROW: Zorns, Bewley, Bohrne, Kimmey, McGraw, Hackney, Smith, Jett, Bedgood, Sherley, THIRD ROW: Webb, Humphreys, Mitchell, Crawford, Taite, Meador, Light, McMahan, Edwards, Bobb. Bryan, Ruby Cate, Letitia Casteel, Lavena Fay Cook, Joyce Cox, Wanda Lou Cunningham, Marjorie Crawford, Nancy Daley, Clilfo Davis, Martha Dodgen, Betty Edwards, Jeanelle Estes, Marie Hackney, Mary Hailey, Mary Ruth Hartman, Janie Hamilton, Dorothy Heard, Helen Hundley, Betty Jett, Christine Keeler, Fern Kimmey, Frances King, Mary Nell King, Pat Kreiter, Virginia Light, Almeta Lindley, Dell McGraw, Coleta New, Ruth Osborn, Anne Schoenfield, Bobbie Sherley, Ruth Smith, Betty Stewart, Cleo Turner, Blanche Taite, Joyce Webb, Joyce Watkins, Dorothy Zorns. PAGE 351 house presidenfs club Campus Service Club DR. IMOGENE BENTLEY, Sporuor If 1 1 A JR C" iiirl The Industrial Arts Club is for students majoring or minoring in ,V industrial arts. The club's activities for the year included an informal i H'-, Oflicers for the fall term were R. O. Gantt, president, jim Hartline, pledge dance, and the annual formal dinner-dance. r -if, l . vice-president, Richard Ludeman, secretary, Bernard Christenson, trea- .. ., surer. Oilicers serving during spring were Ray Cannon, president, Richard Ludeman, vice-president, Ed Schroeder, secretary, Bob McAbee, R. o. GANTT,P1'exi1lev1z treasurer- industrial arts club Active members of the club were Francis Beary, Bill Bell, Clyde Departmental Club Blum, John Bradshaw, Bill Brashier, R. O. Brown, Fred Bruce, Floyd Bynum, Byron Canady, Bill Candler, Ray Cannon, joe Cantwell, B. F. FIRST ROW: Killingsworth, Kerr, Selzer, Snyder, Wilroy, Godwin, Scholz, Cannon, Clark, Woody. SECOND ROW: Ludeman, Read, Hodges, Whiteside, Bruce, Schroeder, Roberson, Taylor, Bynum, Niendorff, Christensen, Suter. i . FIRST ROXV: Cloteaux, Pritchett, Mulkey, Love, Bradshaw, Clark, Cantwell, Karnes, Blum, Hendricks. SECOND ROW: Gantt, Grove, Wleseman, Orr, Vaughan, Oringderif, McKay, Hadsell, Rowlett, Stringer, Brown, Davis, McCain. Christenson, Bill Clark, Williain Clark, Guy Clements, Opta P. Clo- teaux, Wesley Davis, Hugh Fagg, Robert Gantt, Elizabeth Godwin, David Grove, Jack Hadsell, A. D. Hartline, Jim Hartline, Charles Hendricks, Clifford Hill, Robert Hodges, Bob Houston, jake Hudspeth, jim Karnes, Harold Kerr, Jack Killingsworth, Charles Love, Richard Ludeman, Billy Joe Martin, Waymon Mulkey, Bob McAbee, John McKay, james N iendorff, Leo Oringderlf, jack K. Orr, Leonard Pritchett, Tip Read, john Rowletr, Elizabeth Scholz, Edwin Schroeder, jim Scott, Troy Selzer, Ernest Snyder, jim Stringer, Perry Suter, Vernon Taylor, Weldon Vaughn, Jack Weseman, Ray Whiteside, D. A. Wilroy, Thomas Woody. PAGE 353 industrial arts club Departmental Club RAY CANNON, Prerizlent I . I: . . t g.,. ROYCE PARISH, Prerizlem' inter-varsity christian fellowship Campus Club FIRST ROW: Hattenbach, Marnock, Bailey, Smyth, r The Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a non-denominational group of Christian young people, who have formed for the purpose of having fellowship, studying the Bible, and influencing other young people on the campus for Christ. Several nights during each week were spent in Bible study and guest speakers from Dallas were featured at regular intervals. Officers of the Fellowship were Royce Parish, president, Evelyn Smith, vice-president, Edna Marnock, secretary and treasurer. Membership included Carolyn Bailey, Doris Bennett, jim Bryant, Annette Caldwell, Evelyn Carol, Betsy Dearing, Drew Everts, Peggy Fitch, Dick Harley, Helena I-Iofenbach, Edna Marnock, James Miller, Lucy Miller, Jim Moyer, Thelma Nationsg Stanford Orth, Francis Reed, Donna Smith, Evelyn Smith, Paul Vogt, Juanita Warren, Peggy Wil- liams. Fitch. Warren. SECOND ROW: Vogt, Brandt, Dearing, Parish, Orth. F W U EJ ll Q li 1 1' ill 1 'tag , 'T lllllllllllllllllllllf illllllllllllllljlllgl ' tw . ll. el 1 if I f , . I l A FIRST ROW: Fleming, Green, Wetzel, Blankenship, Noel, Tate, Foust, Williams. SECOND ROXV: Williams, Baker, Smith, Chavellier, Huntt, Blackmon, Taylor, Hightower. The junior Current Literature Club is a literary organization spon- sored by the Senior Current Literature Club and composed of girls selected from the freshman and sophomore classes. The club is affiliated with the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs. It included in its activi- ties for this year programs of literary interest and various social activi- ties. Officers for the fall semester were Parker Williams, president, Deloris Smith, vice-president, and Kathryn Fleming, secretary-trea- surer. Ouita Taylor was sponsor of the group. Total membership included Marsha Adkins, Grace Baker, Ruth Blankenship, Peggy Chavellier, Beverly Dawson, Charlotte Foust, Kathryn Fleming, Shirley Green, Mary Joyce Hightower, Sara Wetsel Hughes, Martha Huntt, Bobbie Noel, Margaret Tate, Parker Williams, and Suzanne Williams. PAGE 555 junior current literature club Literary Club PARKER WILLIAMS, Prerizlemf The junior Mary Arden Club is sponsored by the Senior Mary Ardens with a restricted membership that is selected from the girls of the freshman and sophomore classes. Their social calendar included a fall and spring pledge tea, Homecoming tea, caroling party, Christmas seated tea, and an informal dance and picnic. Oflicers serving the fall term were Mary Rucker, presidentg Pat Pearce, vice-presidentg Natalie Hammack, secreraryg Marianne Brasher, MARY RUCKER, Fall Prerizlent U I . I treasurer. Co-sponsors were Miss Frances White and Miss Ruth Louise junior mary arden club Holman. Literary Club The membership of the club included Constance Aten, Marianne FIRST ROW: Roane, Porter, Vance, Hammack, Rucker, Pearce, Brasher, Scott, Royall. SECOND ROW: Seydler, McGahee, Turner. Goodman. Harlem-v. Gmffl-wrrv. An-an. Noland. Tnflfhfarr. Hunt. .Q- - 1 1 we E- . . L ZYV. ,Y W , ., .,...,.....,.. .,.. -..... ..,-- f.- .- .W -. ,.,-,,W,.g -Y , .,.5....... .-lKL.,. ,Y . .... ...,,,,at. . -..-., tu ,wzzli 1 -,rn- , f , A. Z. Q 1 rs f ,Q ., 'if Y .L..., . Z M i 3 A ' M c-', .- 'HSM Jw' Jw ,-i ,z 5,232-F5 jr 'tim 'UIQ F V V ..--...,.v-...sa- 'ifliiifi y y , f f f, f ,- .L. ...... if ,, ,.. rL.,. .. .-.... M 1 'f'? - ,M-1,t--,.i N w ' - V FIRST ROW: Smoot, Scott, Hall, Cameron, Ray, Moore, Schimelpfenig, Taylor, Moore, Turner. SECOND ROW: Gentry, Otts, McWilliams, Kindle, Lockwood, Wimbley, Wlmite, Sala, Stewart. Brasher, Eleanor Brothers, Carol Cameron, Pat Charlton, Margaret Clephane, Mary Gentry, Bonnie .Io Goodman, Clota Grandberry, Marie Hackney, Constance Hall, Natalie Hammack, Billie Hunt, Margaret Kindle, Anita Lockhart, Sarah Lockwood, Betty McGee, Dorothy Mc- Gehee, Carolyn McWilliams, Betty Moore, Beverly Moore, Philora Noland, Mary Lou Otts, Pat Pearce, Anita Porter, Billie Ray, Doris Roane, Oleta Royall, Mary Rucker, Lois Rutledge, Dott Sala, Susan Schimelpfenig, Ruth Schoenfield, Camille Scott, Martha Scott, La Verne Seycller, Sue Smoot, Carolyn Stewart, june Taylor, joan Turner, Pat Turner, Ruby June Vance, Martha White, Betty Wimbley. PAGE 557 junior mary arden club Literary Club PAT PEARCE, Spring Prerirlem 4 F 1 l l 1 1 i .4 l V, l JAMES PELHAM, Prerident leilgore junior college club Campus Club The Kilgore College Club was organized to promote good fellowship among the alumni and ex-students of Kilgore junior College. Member- ship is open to both men and women who are now enrolled in North Texas State College and who have attended Kilgore Junior College. Officers for the year were james Pelham, president, Joe Cadrin and Charles Smith, vice-presidents, Peggy Crowder, secretary, Gene Morris, treasurer. Fall and spring membership included KrugerAbel,Johnny Mac Barton, Sam Bell, Donna Boddy, Bill Brashier, Donald Buckles, Wanda Buckles, joe Cadrin, Maxine cammack, Barbara Chapman, Charlotte Cobb, George Daniels, Frances Cox, Peggy Crowder, Starley Daniels, Mrs. A. B. Duncan, Vanoy Farmer, Tommy Flanders, Jack Florence, joe Franklin, Pauline Guy, Samuel Hall, Willie Paul Hamilton, Mary Beth Hardin, Bobby Har- rell, jack Hickey, Betty Johnston, Norma Jones, john Bob Little, Durward McClabb, Jimmie Mankins, Virginia Mankins, Alfred Morris, Ned Mor- ris, Lavon Oldham, Billie Owens, J. W. Pearce, James Pelham, Wanda Pelham, Bob Pitts, jonel Redmon, Buddy Richardson, Mary Richardson, Sarah Say, Max Shields, A. W. Shillert, Aubrey Skinner, Richard Skinner, Earl Tackett, Bob Trent, Mildred Waldron, -I. T. Watson, Homer Wolfe, Dorothy jo Wright. FIRST ROW: Crowder, Oldham, Mankins, Mankins, Pelham, Pelham, Smith, Morris, Guy, jones, Chapman. SECOND ROW: Florence, Wolfe, Barton, Flanders, Cadrin, Pearce, Watson, Farmer, Abel, Tackett, Shepard. , .,,, , Y , W,iS':iinii2.-":..' " -!.Q1if'i.5f.g,.MzILf3i??rl73:'f"ff-4-L:5R5Zi?Wr'!LiX7.QQQEEZE ef li ' - ,r I., J., , . i,u.,.,.. ,gy gow .i-. --an-Q 4.51, ,, ri znfifi ' mi ,at FIRST ROW: Blagg, Baughman, Garrison, Everett, Corhran, Rothfus, Whiteside. SECOND ROW: Miller, Morgan, Crowder, Fitch, McCann, Kissinger, Blummer. The League of Women Voters is a campus club organized in Dec- ember, 1947. Its purpose is the promotion of interest and informed participation in government through a non-partisan study of current affairs. Membership is open to women students, wives of students, and women staff members. Activities of the organization included an ab- sentee voters service for all students, sending of delegates to state and regional conventions in Austin and Dallas, and a campaign rally for all candidates for student government offices. Officers for the year were Irene Baughrnan, president, Marie Cran- ford Guhl, vice-president, and Janie Tiepel Bennett, treasurer. The Board of Directors included Lenore Whiteside, Betty Cothran, Betty Hackett, and june Mandeville. Sponsor was Mary Evelyn Blagg. Membership included Irene Baughman, Doris Blummer, Pat Bur- roughs, Barbara Chapman, Betty Jean Chapman, Marie Guhl, Peggy Crowder, Drucilla Everett, Catherine Garrison, Rae Hagler, Geraldine Heninger, Ruth Hutcheson, joritta Kissinger, Virginia Cherry McCann, june Mandeville, Doris Morgan, Martha Rothfus, joza Ruffner, Helen Shield, Janie Teipel, Nancy Winstead. PAGE 359 league of wornen voters Campus Club Ea fa f l Eilixlgiiiif iygkllzfl' : gi IRENE BAUGHMAN, Prerillent 2.4. .s..f...... , .,.-1-l1 ...,i.. .wr fu , Y: ,E Q53 wi .5332 if CLARENCE HEMPHILL, Prerident los caballeros Athletic Club The Los Caballeros is designed to improve the skill of its members in horseback riding. The club's activities consisted of a week-end ranch party at the White Sands, a trip to the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show, and a Barn Dance. Officers for the fall term were Clarence Hemphill, president, H. E. White, vice-president, Clota Granberry, secretary, Dorothy Baxter, treasurer. Officers serving during spring were Clarence Hemphill, pre- sident, Bill Baker, vice-president, Johnnie Pollard, secretary, Dorothy Baxter, treasurer. Membership included Betty Abbey, Dan Adams, Eleanor Andrews, Connie Aten, Bill Baker, Dorothy Baxter, Jo Ann Buckner, Hilda Bur- den, Wanda Cantrell, Janelle Estes, Mary Fox, Clota Granberry, Clar- ence Hemphill, Ina Mary Hayes, Leonard Hutton, Granville Jett, Orin Littlejohn, Ann McDonald, Babe Miller, Johnnie Pollard, Harry Rob- inson, Dorothy Sala, James Thompson, LeRoy Thompson, Van Thomp- son, La Martha Velvin, H. E. White, Ann Wilson, Betty Yarbrough. TOP ROW: J. Thompson, L. Thompson, Granberry, Estes, Miller, Aten, Sala, Baker, Fox, Velvin, V. Thompson. BOTTOM ROW: Baxter, White, Yarbrough, Buckner, Weaver, Cantrell, Pollard, Burden. l -af l 1 A f A , AW r we 'IKSL ROW' Perrin Cosby Tune Morgan Shelley Williams Couger McGraw Hardaway. SECOND ROW: DeForcl, McCann, 1' - , , , , , , , , Blummer, Aden, Linn, Urt, Browning, Franklin, Clarke, Charlton, Murdock, O'Connor. The McCracken Club, a departmental organization, strives to pro- vide an opportunity for closer fellowship in school and to stimulate an interest in library service. Their activities this year have included club socials and book reviews. President of the club for both semesters was Ruth Shelley, vice- president, Eloise Turner, and secretary-treasurer, Jennie Tune. Total membership for the club included Charles Allmon, Mildred Anderson, Billye Austin, Mrs. Doris Blummer, Vandolyn Browning, Ruby Cate, Patsy Charlton, Helen Childress, Ann Cosby, Mary jo Cou- ger, Barbara Crowe, Elizabeth DeFore, Malville Franklin, Billy Gun- stead, Betty Sue Hardaway, Charlene Harrelson, Veleta Humphries, Charles Ingram, jean King, Dorothy Linn, Virginia McCann, Dell McGraw, jack Miller, Doris Morgan, H. M. Morris, Gloria Murdock, Mrs. Florene Nixon, Earline Perrin, Mrs. Ruth Shelley, Betty Sue Todd, Jennie Tune, Eloise Turner, Mary Turner, Emily Utt, Mary Louise Weathered, Mrs. Imogene White, and Parker Williams. PAGE 361 mc cracleen club Departmental Club RUTH SHELLEY, Preiizzlent posed of students who have had at least eight semester hours of chem- istry and who have made an average of "B" on this work and an aver- age of "C" on all other work. Activities of the year have included tours of industrial plants, picnics, dances, and a formal dinner-dance. Officers of the club for the fall semester were Herman Vaughan, presidentg Buchanan Cargal, vice-presidentg Maxine Cammack, secre- taryg and Helena Juengermann, treasurer. For the spring semester, l officers were Robert M. Heaton, presidentg jack Sadler, vice-president, HEATON AND VAUGH-A-N, Pmldel'7"' Martha Jordan, secretary, and Herbert Wiist, treasurer. OD. Il. IllllStl?rS Membership for the year included Martha Allen, Albert Baker, chemical society johnny Mac Barton, Robert Bass, Gillette Berger, Raymond Blummer, Departmental Club James Breedlove, Maxine Cammack, William Campbell, Buchanan FIRST ROW: King, Campbell, Francisco, Granberry, Walker, Allen, Layne. SECOND ROW: Porterneld, Moore, Wilks, Frederick, Bass, Kiel, Dorman, Parish, Cargal, Whitaker, Monk, Blummer. The W. N. Masters Chemical Society is an honorary society com- W T FIRST ROW: juengermann, jordan, Drake, Roberts, Cammack, Marnock, Carrico. SECOND ROW: Heaton, Moye, Barton, Daughety, Knowles, Hemphill, Maxwell, Wiist, Vaughan. THIRD ROW: Toothaker, Oates, West, Schimelpfenig, Baker, Sadler, Wigley. Cargal, Frank Council, Jewel Daughety, George Davis, Warren Dill, Homer Dorman, Patsy Drake, Norman Durham, Jeane Francisco, Weldon Fredrick, Lee Gannon, Martin Gerber, Clota Granberry, Joy Green, Robert M. Heaton, Robert Hotchkiss, Frank Jamison, Perry Jeans, Martha jordan, Helena juengetmann,Gerald Kiel,William King, Roy Knowles, Royce Knowles, Kenneth Layne, James Leach, Edna Marnock, Cathrine Martin, Charles Maxwell, Sam McCon1bs, Oliver Monk, Victor Moore, Tommy Oates, Royce Parish, Jo Van Porrerfield, Reba Roberts, jack Sadler, L. A. Speer, C. W. Schimelpfenig, Howard Shahan, Wallis Toothaket, Herman Vaughan, Roy Wagoner, M. B. Ward, Jane Walker, Carl Kenneth West, Leroy Whitaker, Herbert Wigley, Herbert Wiist, William Wilks. PAGE 563 w. n. masters chemical society Departmental Club 1.1. SPURLOCK, Spomor 3.7m-iav,.,,. at .fa ni, Q H Q EEE ,ga X574 l.L Q N. fl. KENNETH MAY, P rerizle nt modern writers clu Campus Club x The Modern Writers Club is a campus organization which was organized in November, 1947. Its primary purpose is to foster interest in creative writing, and its membership is open to all students inter- ested in creative writing. Highlighting the club's activities for the year was the Christmas Dance. Ofhcers of the club for the fall semester were Claude Harbour, president, Kenneth May, vice-president, Dott Sala, secretary, and Paul Maranto, treasurer. Ofiicers for the spring semester included Kenneth May, president, Paul Maranto, Vice-president, and Bettye Dutton, secretary-treasurer. Sponsors of the club were Miss Olna Boaz, C. E. Shuford, and Dr. A. M. Sampley. Membership for the year included Mary Louise Broome, Pet Cody, jimmy Cotten, Mary Louise Davis, jeff Duncan, Bettye Dutton, Gil Gorman, Bruce Henderson, Connie Jo Kubecka, Paul Maranto, Lou Martin, Kenneth May, Townsend Miller, Anita Porter, Dott Sala, David Smith, and Bill Wilson. FIRST ROW: Maranto, Dutton, Sala, Boaz, Pilson, Martin, Kubecka, Cotten. SECOND RONV: Gorman, Wilson, May, Miller, Harbour. sa' t ,ft , ' . . y ,..a. mr. si, ..i il.. . " t Q, A' l a 9 .ad T' 1 ww " ,i sri , . M Q LI, Pl 5. fi A, 4. FIRST ROW: Duckworth, Francisco, Harpold, Smith, Horsley, Richardson, Purvis, Cannon. SECOND ROW: Fuller, Ellis, Ross, Gibson, Lnwnnfn, Dickinson, Hicks, Crockett, Prior, Lynch. The N.T.A.C. Club, consisting of ex-students of North Texas Ag- ricultural College, is a fellowship organization the purpose of which is to promote a friendly attitude between its members and the student body at large. The principal club activity this year was its annual dance. Ofiicers for the year included Bob Lynch, president, Billy Lawhorn, Vice-president, Jo Anne Cannon, secretary, and Joyce Duckworth, treasurer. Total membership for the year included Jo Anne Cannon, Colby David Crockett, Emmett Dickinson, Joyce Duckworth, Bennie Ellis, Jeane Francisco, Bobby Fuller, Hoot Gibson, Elizabeth Harpold, Rod- ney Hicks, Frances Horsley, Bill Lawhorn, Bob Lynch, Rex Prior, Marjorie Purvis, and Jacqueline Richardson. PAGE 365 n. t. a. c. club Campus Club .- n..,, . . L, I -45. .R Wx X-X ROBERT LYNCH, President OO m,,,:.Q , . . .af i. ,F .Z T i -A is i - X, V -1, 43.52. f .wif fl I, ,, -3111, x J . -.f f' 5114 '- 1 ' 1 'if-9. 4. '7.. . 5.1: Q.: 'ff-1" 3'43I2.? ' f- .. - ',..Q 1227 4 gale? " im -. .Ci.2,.2 ls.f ...Q . ,--'- A - -.raw - N. H. CHANEY, Preriffent odam philosophy society Campus Club The Odam Philosophy Club is a departmental organization which was organized to inspire philosophical thinking, reading, and research through which the individual may improve his own philosophy and that of society. The activities of the club this year included discussions of current books on philosophy and presentation of guest speakers. Ofhcers for the year were N. H. Chaney, president, Ray Pearce, vice-president, and Virginia Clarke, secretary-treasurer. Sponsors were Fred Reinmiller, J. N. Brown, J. C. Matthews, and R. B. Melton. Membership of the organization included Gerald D. Anderson, Elec- ta Arrington, Garrett Ballard, Cornelia Basky, Stephen Bates, Harold Beckham, Carrol Booth, Venita Booth, Olna Oatis Boaz, 1. N. Brown, R. H. Brown, Clara Calmbach, Elinor Calmbach, N. H. Chaney, Vir- ginia Clarke, V. J. Cook, Virginia Cordova, Toni Davis, Lura Dean, Catherine Garrison, John E. George, H. H. Gray, Charlene Harrelson, Tom Hobson, Clifton Huddleston, Eve Lackey, Dorotha Linn, J. C. Matthews, R. B. Melton, Thelma Newman, Patricia Ochsenbein, Ray Pearce, W. L. Penker, Norman A. Ramsey, Fred Reinmiller, Meredith Rollins, Joza Rulfner, Sarah Saye, James A. Shiflett, Aubrey Skinner, Fred Sutton, Ouita Taylor, Dorothy Thomas, Louis V. Uranga, Farris Vaughan, Len Whiteside, and John T. Wilson. FIRST ROW: Lackey, Taylor, Clarke, Brown, Chaney, Reinmiller, Booth, Ruifner, Cordova. SECOND ROW: Pearce, Skinner, Garrison, Anderson, Cooke, Booth, Bates, Beckham, Uranga, , r ,,, ran, s........W,........W .. .. - ,,.-,... - ., . 5 .- f. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,-,,.,,. ..,.,, ...,...,--...a. a.. ,v , .. . . l V Y ff-Q f--v-- - ---. , -- -- f--- a . ' " ' A:g:::.:-7"'::I . if F an 'i , - L M FIRST ROW: Joyce, Evans, Ridgell, Scott, Boyles, Copeland, Chuoke, Mankins. SECOND ROW: Grubb, Manahan, Curry, Browning, Neal, Burns, Lynch, Young, Compton. The Olympians is a departmental club which has as its major pur- pose the building of healthy minds and bodies. The club was organized in November, 1948, and is open to all men students of the College who are interested in the purposes of the club. Meets with the Fort Worth Y.M.C.A., Southern Methodist University, and the Dallas Y.M.C.A. have constituted the year's activities. Ofhcers for the year were Raymond Ridgell, president, Jim Man- kins, team coach, and Millard Scott, secretary-treasurer. Membership for the year included Cullen Boyles, Ted Burns, Bob Chuoke, james Copeland, Ed Curry, Bill Drake, Jack Hilburn, Dick johns, Kenneth Joyce, Bill Kasmiroski, Charles Klihr, Neal Lynch, Bill Manahan, jim Mankins, john Nash, Leonard Neal, Robert Payne, Tom Pritchett, Raymond Ridgell, M. L. Scott, Ted Smith, jim Taaife, Bill Willis, and Cecil Young. PAGE 367 olympians Campus Club Y gf of ,- - , my- 1- ,P K- ' x f .4 5 1.1. "TS ',,f. 2 i ff . -fl H .jlf ,,' , ,,i.i. k ,,.,, B it, .4 542 F Q QM "'- " wi fe 2 ' J lf , X :..,, A' , 'I I mt, A ' tw M Q RAYMOND RIDGELL, Prerizlenl L The Paris Club was organized in September, 1947. Its purpose is to give students from Paris and ex-students of Paris Junior College an opportunity to become better acquainted and to aid new students from this area in their adjustment to college life. Olhcers during the fall were jack Banister, presidentg Betty Wal- ther, vice-president, Mary Womack, secretary and treasurer. Ofhcers serving during spring were Billy Joe Graves, president, Laura Jane Miller, secretary, Mary Womack, treasurer. Membership included Bettie Aden, johnny Amis, jack Banister, .Ann Bolin, june Bryan, Luvenia Brown, Buddy Carter, Betty Cothran, L Gus Cothran, George DeVaney, Neely Dodson, Torn Grant, Billy l Graves, Derrell Griffin, Johnny Hollowman, Robert Hurt, George JACK BANISTER' P"efMm' King, Norma Lawrence, Joan Lay, David Lowe, Anna McBee, Carl McGee, Dewey McKelva, Earldine Miller, james Miller, Laura Jane parts club Miller, Gene Powell, Al Rholes, jane Rogers, jack Sandsberry, Gor- Campus Club brook, Leroy Whitaker, Preston F. Wisely, Mary Womack. FIRST ROW: Walther, Cothran, Miller, Westbrook. SECOND ROW: Rholes, Woniack, Bryan, McBee, Aden, Brown, McKelva. H -as l.i.l...,,- llllllllllllllllll! llllllllllllllllllll X fl . don Theilen, Bill Turner, Virginia Walberg, Betty Walther, Pat West- rf' 3 ' w A - -ls.. , Sf' A 'e ll 1E W l sl 'I Ll i 1: ll l L rl i F l E r 1 if 5 1, r ll ll l FIRST ROW: Williams, Lavender. SECOND ROW: Combest, Miskell, Hailey, Knorpp, Bynum, Leyland, Welch. THIRD ROW: Coury, Woods, Hackett, Davis, DeLay, Lewis, Stark, Dowling, Marquis, Scott. FOURTH ROW: Holman, johnson, Prock, Perkins, Garcia, Speake, Lynch, Lyles, Barnebey, Brooks. The Pre-Law Club is a departmental organization the purpose of which is to stimulate interest in the legal profession. Students inter- ested in law as a profession are eligible to membership in this club. Included in this year's activities were the presentation of a movie, "Wings Over Vikinglandn, a pre-Christmas dinner-dance, and the presentation of several guest speakers. Officers for the fall term were Antonio Garcia, president, Homer Davis, vice-president, Bettye Byntun, secretary, and john Perkins, trea- surer. Officers serving during the spring were Francis A. Miskell, pre- sidentg Marshall Combest, vice-president, Dick Welch, secretary, and Carl Woodward, treasurer. Total membership of the club included Dick Barnebey, Kelly Brook, Bettye Bynum, Marshall Combest, Bill Coury, Homer Davis, Antonio Garcia, Paul R. Hackett, Mary Haily, David Holman, Emmit johnson, Laurel Knorpp, Ted Lavender, Bob Lewis, Patsy Leyland, Henry Lyles, Bob Lynch, john Marquis, Francis A. Miskell, john E. Perkins, Mack Prock, M. L. Scott, Claude Speak, Richard Stark, jack Strickland, E. B. Webb, Richard Welch, Sebron Williams, David Woods, and Carl Woodward. PAGE 569 pre-law club Campus Club ANTONIO GARCIA, Prerialevzt MAX INE WINN, Prericlem p. e. professional club Departmental Club The Physical Education Professional Club is a departmental organi- zation which promotes professional fellowship and growth through associations with campus colleagues and visiting experts in the field and through undertakings that contribute to an understanding and appreciation of the profession. Activities of the group this year have included a hayride, picnic, and presentation of several guest speakers. Maxine Winn was the president of the club for both terms. Other oflicers for the fall semester were James Taylor, vice-president, Ina Mary Hayes, secretary, and Anne Mosley, treasurer. Membership of the club included Nancy Armor, Ted Averitt, Mary Sue Baker, Beverly Ball, Billy Black, J. W. Black, Twila Black, Patsy Boren, Clara Nell Brian, Maxine Brown, Lillah Campsey, Ann Carle- ton, Joe Coquat, Mildred Collier, Lavena Cook, Virginia Coulston, Mary Frances Creel, Wanda Cunningham, Annie Jo Deupree, Tommie jo Denman, Catherine De Witt, Billy Dinkle, Virginia Dunn, Thomas FIRST ROW: Creel, King, Klein, Carleton, Estes, Hardin. SECOND ROW: Lightfoot, Lyles, Ketchum, Sommers, McClellan, Lawrence, Levine, Lawrence, Harris, Wilcke. THIRD ROW: Tyson, Lay, Armor, Ball, Deupree, Sewell, Cunningham, Cook, Campsey, Coulston, Boren. if Aw'ig"...UQ3"..."a-,g,5 mzwfil. i' W.. .W M, im., rg, ,W HH, Wig... M ,E,,.,,,,,5g,,, ,H ,ml mt mmf, ,, M. 4452! 1 ',!N't5j-, . . , N - . ' I lgverexn- -ue:-1-ggpefjj ' - f 1 ' "W D " N ' ' ' N ' if W ' Lil, iff"fif7"7'ff!Q", A M V A - V, "H E ,QU "HE H 'i ltr? is ii... 4? l mfkfgi -. . ' ' 1 W' ' W' ' fa " 'An " 'N ll ,ga " J :w,.a.gftFj Tl i T' MQ35?7'7RTY'7Ti'""iTI"4Ei.xmiw.liuww..iyiialiagfilm we,t'3gii2-.lTiiii.liziil'iliiiiiiiiQaE22?elliriwuiiiiiiiftwill?liiiiilliiilylilligiifwliiii,llfiia--HinMWllll51llzgisiiiliMFQiiQi5lrf'Uiw25591135if-sei li "fl f ii ,i ii ts.. ii , 1, ii ,Yi -' fa i in ,. N.. , , ,,,,,,,, , , f . . f ..- - im, . ce ,, ,w, ,, L. , ,,,,,, in FIRST ROW: Collier, Howard, Baker, Zimmerman, Williamson, Winn, McCulloch, Cotreral, Findley. SECOND ROW: Griffin, Coquat, Kubeck, Timmons, Dunn, McKay, Manley, Thigpen, Denman, Angell, Sparkman. Edwards, Jeanelle Estes, Billie Eindley, Shirley Forehand, Billy joe Grifiin, Sue Hardin, Edith Jane Harris, Patsy Huber, Nita Ketchum, Jean King, Alene Klein, Jean Koller, Evelyn Labus, Glen Howard, Norma Lawrence, Joan Lay, Anet Levine, Rose Mae Lewis, Jane Lightfoot, Burnis Lyles, Nina Manley, Shirlie McClellan, Mary Frances McKay, Mac McRae, Esterleen Miller, Rosanne Porter, Marjorie Roberson, Audrey Sommers, L. D. Sparkrnan, Juanita Smith, Billie Sewell, Ida Fae Tiddleton, Janet Thigpen, Wayne Timmins, Martha Tyson, Betty Voss, Richard Wall, Juanita Warren, Valita Wel- born, Roma Wilcke, Bertie Williamson, Mac Winn, Allen Young, and Lynn Zimmerman. Teachers who were members in the club were Ursula Angell, Donnie Cotterall, Sweet Estes, Beulah Harriss, Edith Kubeck, Marillyn McCulloch, Rita Pilkey, and Eithel johnson. PAGE 371 p. e. professional club Departmental Club flu DR. DONNIE COTTERAL, Sponsor WILLIAM PENKER, Prexizierzt political economy club Departmental Club The Political Economy Club, organized in April, 1948, has as its major objective the discussion of current topics of interest to college students. It is open to both men and women, and the only requirements for membership are enrollment in the college and an interest in current affairs. It is sponsored by the Department of Economics and Sociology. Activities for the year included discussions aimed at determining the underlying factors concerning current economics, political, and social problems, and proposed solutions of these problems. Ofiicers serving during the year were William L. Penker, president, Virgil Gates, Vice-president, Patricia Ochsenbein, secretary and treas- urer. Membership included A. J. Ballard, Dick Barnebey, Chalmers Burke, L. J. Clotiaux, J. S. Cottrelle, Bill Coury, john Keith DeLay, Leonard H. Fehl, Virgil Gates, Barbara Getts, Betty Sue Hackett, Paul R. Hackett, Bruce Henderson, David Holman, Lloyd Huesser, Joyce Hunter, Robert E. Lewis, Patricia Ochsenbein, Gene Owen, Maudie L. Penker, William L. Penker, Jewel V. Price, Dena Roberts, Jack E. Robertson, and Claude E. Speake. FIRST ROW: Lewis, Coury, Gates, Penker, Barnebey, Hackett. SECOND ROW: Holman, Speake, Penker, DeLay, Owen, Willis. 5 iii". , 14 I E ir! -3 r cr, ... A .a .., , ,,- - L ' I-gd? rfei - f ?? ii?i ee-13.1 Q., . , -Www V - - -fra - -Y - -----:"ef:f::r.:a..'zLv.z:rr:g ' V ,V . ,- . i 1 . ri.. fwfr ,.,,.,,,...,,,, -L FIRST ROW: Gilbert, Loftis, Dutton, Wiedenfeld, Bryan, Elrod, Porter, Long, New, Cotten. SECOND ROW: Brewer, Shuford, Wilfong Lon don, Dunn, Lamons, Beckham, Harris, Martin, Duncan, McGehee, Dibble. THIRD ROW: Gunstead, Gorman, Bennett, Gibson, McCullar Neal Lawson, Smith, May, Royall, Wright, Miller, Lynch, Nolte, Harbour, Maranto. The Press Club is a departmental organization which promotes closer co- operation between the various publications of the College and fosters a spirit of friendship with the publications of other schools in the state. Activities of the club this year included sponsoring the Halloween Queen contest, raising money for the Journalism Building library, and holding their Fourth Estate banquet. Officers of the club for the fall term included Claude Harbour and Townsend Miller, presidents, Jim Lawson and Townsend Miller, vice-presidents, and Ma- rion Brewer, secretary-treasurer. Serving during the spring semester were Paul Maranto, jim Lawson, and William K. Dibble, presidents, Jim Lawson and Bill Wilson, vice-presidents, Dorothy McGehee, secretary, and Audrey Duncan and Dorothy McGehee, treasurers. Total membership of the club included Dusty Anderson, Robert Lee Athons, Lou Beckham, Doug Bennett, Marion Brewer, June Bryan, Pet Cody, Narrell Cooke, Jimmy Cotton, W. K. Dibble, Audrey Duncan, Jeanne Dunn, Betty Jane Dutton, Fred Edwards, Eve Elrod, Hoot Gibson, Mary Jo Gilbert, Gilbert Gor- man, Clarence Guhl, Marie Guhl, Bill Gunstead, Jo Ann Hankins, Claude Har- bour, Yvonne Harris, Rachel Lamons, jim Lawson, jane Loftis, Eve London, Marianne Long, Bob Lynch, Lou Martin, Kenneth May, Townsend Miller, Sandy McCullar, Dorothy McGehee, Bill Neal, Coleta New, Reuben Noel, Harold Nolte, Pauline Pearcy, Anita Porter, Dick Ready, jack Ripper, Weldon Royal, Dott Sala, David Smith, Pansy Ware, R. L. Wluisnant, jean Wiedenfeld, Calvin Williams, Bill Wilson, T. H. Wilson, and T. A. Wright. PAGE 375 press club Departmental Club CLAUDE HARBOUR, Preiidem The Quintilian Club is a campus organization for speech majors. Among the activities of the club for this year were a dinner-dance, pre- sentation of a play entitled The Plfzy'J the Thing, a St. Patrick's Day dance, and sponsorship of their scholarship fund. Officers of the club for the year were Betty Schafer, president, Billie Stroud, vice-president, and Betty McGee, secretary. Lyndal Magill and Beverly Courts were treasurers for the fall and spring terms, respectively. Membership of the club included: Lee Anderson, Mary C. Ander- son, Bill Askew, Rudolph Ashby, Virginia Baker, Ramona Banks, Norma Barrington, Alice Jane Bolter, Patti john Burch, Patsy Burks, Patsy Ann Buttram, Georgene Cantrell, Dorothy Carlson, Marie Car- michael, Eulene Connell, Rose Ann Cummings, Beverly Courts, Betty Copeland, Hannah Curtis, Edwinna Elrod, Louise Foster, Mary Gentry, Eva Gravley, jack Gray, Joyce Gray, Dan H. Hall, john Hamilton, Cutcheon, Taylor, Krause, Courts, Betts. SECOND ROW: Lail, Waller, Swain, FIRST ROW Terrill Poster Copeland Starr Mc Dend Gravle Cummm s Mur h P les ones, Hughes. was F'! ' wlllil' meg! 1 fir: 'La wk eff FIRST ROW: Sala, Roane, Buttram, Horton, Gray, Gordon, Schafer, Morgan, Johnson, Robbins. SECOND ROW: Whiteside, Askew, Coyle, Turney, Stiff, Stroud, McMillan, Perryman, McAfee, Burks, Wadsworth, Johnson. Caroline Holler, Richard Horton, Tommy Hughes, George Isbell, Doris Johnson, Beverly Jones, Kay Kincaid, Eloise Knox, Marilyn Krause, Violet Lee, Pat Lail, Bettye Jane Leonard, Jean McBee, Gloria Mc- Cutcheon, Betty McGee, Horace McMillan, Clark McLemore, John Miller, Patsy Miller, Mavis Mitchell, Julia Morgan, Martha Morgan, Gwendel Mulkey, Mary Murray, Regis Meyers, Mary Jo Murphy, Nelda Parks Neal, Sue Perryman, Joyce Pyles, James Richardson, Doris Roane, Chloe Robbins, Pat Russell, Dott Sala, Joyce Sandberg, Joyce Marie Sanders, Betty Schafer, Beth Schmid, Maurice Schnorr, Rynell Stiff, Sue Sollis, Jim Swain, Jo Ann Stine, Billie Stroud, Gene Taylor, Beulah Turney, Norma Truitt, Genieve Waller, Sue Weatherby, Sandra Weath- erly, Peggy Webb, Lenore Whiteside, Doris Whitsett, Larry Wood, Patsy Wolfe, and Don Wylie. PAGE 375 quintilian club Departmental Club MRS. OLIVE JOHNSON 'rn I ,lf CHARLENE MORELAND, President psi chi club Departmental Club v Psi Chi Club is a departmental organization for those students par- ticularly interested in various phases of psychology. Active members must have twelve hours credit in psychology. This past year members of the club presented psychodramas and guest speakers and held their annual Christmas party and spring picnic. Officers of the club for the fall term included Charlene Moreland, president, Perry O'Dell, vice-president, Ann Cosby, secretary, and Valda jean Reed, treasurer. Officers for the spring were Louis C. Weber, president, F. J. King, vice-president, Dolores Bilyeu, secretary, and Robert E. Tiffin, treasurer. Dr. M. E. Bonney is sponsor of the club. Membership of the club for the fall included James Bain, Dolores Bilyeu, Norma Bradford, William Christy, Gaye Coleman, Ann Cosby, Reva Friedsam, Maurice L. Gray, Harlan Hamilton, Don Hammond, Bill Hayes, Harold Holloway, Mary Beth Jones, Bob Kaufman, F. J. King, H. J. Lewis, Lois Moore, Charlene Moreland, Perry O'Dell, Robert Peel, Valda Jean Reed, johnny Romano, Martin Secker, Mable Smith, Ed Tiffin, Louis C. Weber, and Jess Wisdom. Members added this spring were Warren Bonney, Maxine Clement, Bert Condrey, Bon- nie Jo Goodman, Gwendolyn Nerren, W. L. Shelton, Jr., Leo Stubbs, and Don Beth Whittington. FIRST ROW: Tiffin, Hammond, Wisdom, Weber, Kaufmann, O'De1l. SECOND ROW: Beamer, Bradford, Friedsarn, Moreland, Bilyeu, Bonney. THIRD ROXV. Marquis, Hamilton, Bain, Romano, Holloway, King, Secker. FIRST ROW: Robinson, Phillips, Young, Sewell, Morgan, Knox, Porter, Welch, Pyeatt Nations Carter SECOND ROW Cate Dearmg Edwards, Rulffner, Wright, Wilson, Williamson, Burress, Youngblood, Swalford, Soyars Carmichael Cox Crowe Adams Alford The Senior Current Literature Club is an organization of young women of the college, the purpose of which is to acquaint the members with the work of the women's clubs in Texas and to stimulate interest in current literature or some other phase of study. Activities of the club this year included teas, coffees, a breakfast, and a Christmas party. Officers for the year were Emilenan Porter, president, Jo Young- blood, vice-presidentg Mary Jo Williamson, secretary, and Joyce Young, treasurer. Membership for the club included Audie Adams, Marie Carmichael, Betty Carter, Ruby Cate, Anna Ruth Cox, Patsy Crowe, Betsy Dearing, Betty Edwards, Eloise Knox, Violet Lee, Doris Morgan, Thelma Nations, Lucille Phillips, Emilenan Porter, Dale Pyeatt, Jeanne Robin- son, Leerie Soyars, Mary Sellers, Bennie Sewell, Mary Jane Sullivan, Yvonne Swofford, Aureba Jo Turner, Norma Welch, Mary Jo Wil- liamson, Margaret Wilson, June Wright, Joyce Young, and Jo Young- blood. PAGE 377 RUTH REAVLEY, President senior mary arden club Literary Club The Senior Mary Arden Club is a young women's literary and social club with a restricted membership selected from the junior and senior classes. The main activities of the club for the year were the Christmas Fete and the rush teas given each semester. Oliicers of the club for the fall semester were Ruth Reavley, presi- dent, Mary Jim Carmichael, vice-president, Christine Keeler, secretary, and Katherine McNeill, treasurer. Elected in the spring were Ruth Reavley, ptesidentg Nell Allen, vice-president, Nell Davies, secretary, and Katherine McNeill, treasurer. Total membership in the club included Nell Allen, jean Bain, DeOlva Barnard, Shirley Beall, Norma Benton, Peggy Boston, Nancy Branch, Martha Britt, Patsy Burks, Mary Jim Carmichael, Wanda Can- trell, Maurine Cashion, Percy Cole, jane Collins, Dorothy Craddock, FIRST ROW: Hailey, Bain, Cashion, Flowers, Hunter, Davies, Drake, McNutt, Schafer, Hoffman, Gray. SECOND ROW: Hamilton, Collins, Getts, Holler, Allen, Britt, Dayton, North, Davis, Schoenfield, Benton, George, Garrett, Hudson, Cantrell, Miller, Harrison. 1-fi-we ,:a7Ai:-'.1x"e- 7- "f"""H ' " rf 1 - N .' r" ' , . L, FIRST ROW: Sutton, Barnard, Hackney, Henderson, Carmichael, Reavley, Keeler, Whitsett, Grube, Dove, McNeill. SECOND ROW: Bender, Hackney, Massey, Dodgen, Burks, Farnsworth, Willson, Harmon, Boston, Cole, Cradclock, Henderson, Davis, Owens, Robertson. Elouise Dayton, Nell Davies, Peggy Davis, Virginia Dove, Patsy Drake, Isabell Ellis, Eva Farnsworth, Helen Flowers, Dorotha Franklin, Billie Garrett, Mary jo George, Barbara Getts, Marilyn Grube, June Hackney, Ruth Hackney, Mary Hailey, Jane Hamilton, Carolyn Harmon, Jean Harrison, Martha Len Henderson, Helen Hendricks, Caroline Holler, Virginia Holmes, Martha Kate Hudson, Joyce Hunter, Mary Beth jones, Christine Keeler, Beth Kinder, Eloise Knox, Mary Massey, Martha Miller, HKatherine McNeill, Charlene North, Geneva Owens, Martha Pender, Nancy Powell, Ruth Reavley, Billye Robertson, Betty Schafer, Ann Schoenlield, Betty Shipp, Dorothy Smith, Lois Spalding, Betty Stewart, Norma Sutton, Lucy Walsh, Doris Whitsett, Kathryn Willson, and Lola Beth Wright. PAGE 379 sen ior mary arden club Literary Club MRS. OLNA O. BOAZ and MRS. BETTY W. BENDER, Spomon C-CQ TOM WILLIS, Prerizlent .Sherman and den ison club Campus Club The Sherman-Denison Club is a campus organization composed of students from Sherman and Denison. The purpose of the club is to provide fellowship for the members and to promote friendship among the student body as a whole. Officers of the club were Tom D. Willis, president, Martha White, vice- president, and Geneva Owens, secretary-treasurer. Sponsors of the organization were Cliffo J. Davis and E. Ray Griffin. Membership included Shirley Allmon, Glen R. Barnes, Norma Barrington, David Blacknall, James Bodkin, Cullen Boyles, Desmond Brewer, Mary Louise Broome, Patsy Brown, Ray Burchette, Jr., Ward Burris, James F. Butcher, Peggy Clark, Eloise Dayton, Lura C. Dean, Jr., Jean Deford, Thomas Clifton Deford, Kathleen Dorroh, Earl Duckworth, Joyce Duckworth, Betty Dutton, William XV. Ellis, Catheryn Etter, Reuben Frantz, Barbara Garland, Billy J. Griffin, Jack C. Griffin, Nina Harvey, Stanley J. Hayes, Leigh Heflin, James R. Henderson, Hammond W. Hopkins, Jane Howdeshell, Doris Johnson, Sharon K. Jones, Auston Kerby, Paul Lane, H. D. Langham, Edwina Leuty, Rose Mai Lewis, Corrine Miller, Mrs. Helen Miller, Lonnie Myrick, Geneva Owens, Paul Peter- son, Jean Pindale, Robert Pipkin, Kenneth Pitcock, Mary D. Sadler, Major St. John, Joyce Marie Sanders, Robert Schmidt, Joanne Schmitzer, Mary Ann Speer, Charles Stalcup, John A. Standerfer, Mrs. Lloyd Taliaferro, Lloyd Carr Taliaferro, Charles Teague, Ada Tyssowski, Ewell Wfainwright, Jr., Mary L. Walker, Joe Walston, William Lee Weihs, Martha White, Don J. Wfilliams, Tom D. Willis, George Winn, and Robert Wright. FIRST ROW: Wainwright, Hayes, Williams, Winn, Hopkins, Peterson. Willis, Pipkin. SECOND ROW: Travis, Davis, Johnson, Owens, Gar- land, Brown, Allman, Jones, Broome, Tyssowski. THIRD ROW: Teague, Myrick, Schmidt, Love, Barrington, Walter, Howdeshell, Speer, Dayton, Pollard, Hellin, White, Blacknall, St. John, Boyles. 'GL F . 'T mg-. wah 't Sl FRONT ROW: Dougherty, Bigham, Scott, Ruffner, Green, Gibson, Lloyd. SECOND ROW: Riggs, Brown, Brown, Ranieri, Acker, Juengermann, Collier. V The Student Religious Council acts as a coordinator for the campus s t as and local churches and seeks to stimulate religious activities among council Campus Club the students. at W D -. , - as Officers for the year were Joza Ruffner, president, Charlotte Green, ' lf . i .- -W ef-4+-we r ' " V --,,L..Ln. vice-president, Anne Schoenfield, secretary and treasurer. , elWWf-- .V 'T ' fix L ,-' . :-.f-7.- Membership included R. O. Brown, Diane Scott, Frances Shure, i ,I -fr- -1+4-ui. igg- S i , ,Y ,Y ,.l, John Riggs, Elyce Gibson, Ruth Schoenfielcl, Harold Meeker, Robert 'S 0 M'-e .. Lila? - fe , an-it , . . Anthony, John Henry Juengermann, Marty Munson, Helen Bigham, ' ' in ,M M 'er ' ,:....r'-"W ' 114 v Z , Wir, M 1-. H 1 , JN . . . f' iii ? Walter Brown, Delbert Mitchell, Fred Edwards, Rudy Ranieri, George -.effzlfffi jffggyfi' I c , , 'mr A 4 ,... ,. i Q., aw, 5 .1 - .i - M N-' -r i his ,-as Afkef- ,lgm 3 55535 sf. ' ' JOZA RUFFNER, Prerirlezzt PAGE 581 l BILL CANDLER, President ' Q i 99 club Campus Club T-Club is an organization for all those who have been awarded a letter for meritorious service in representing the college on any of its athletic teams. The club's main activity this year was giving a banquet in May for all athletes who participated in any sport. Officers for the year were Bill Candler, president, Luther Fambro, vice-president, and Herb Ferrill, secretary-treasurer. Total membership included Bob Arnold, Sam Bell, Bill Candler, A. D. Cate, Joe Coquat, L. M. Crannell, George Daniels, Don Dear- dorff, Billy Dinkle, Ervin DuBose, jim Eagle, Luther Fambro, Herb Ferrill, Bob Grundy, Wayne Hightower, Harlon Howell, James John- son, Johnny Johnson, Bill Ladish, Palmer Lawrence, Dick Lindsay, Zeke Martin, Herb Marvel, Ned McNeill, Rhea Nichols, Winton "Pop" Noah, Howard Pruitt, Bob Reames, Buster Reed, Johnny Slack, Frank Smith, Ben Sparks, Gene Towry, Earl Young, and james Young. FIRST ROW: Hightower, Reed, Grundy, Daniels, Candler, Howell, Sparks, Young, Young, Crannell. SECOND ROW: Coquat, Dinkle, Marvel, Smith, Ladish, McNeill, DuBose, johnson, johnson, Towry, Lawrence. THIRD ROW: Nichols, Slack, Deardorff, Fambro, Pruitt, Ferrill, Martin, Cate, Eagle, Reams, Arnold, Lindsay, Bell, Noah. ,Y ,. L. al "ms, Y, . . ' 'Pj , , ,- f L 3.1 l fc. ' J . uf I 'A Br DR. J. L. KINGSBURY in grateful nwmurg of Dr. J. L. Kingsburymprofessor of history...curator of the State Historical Museum...frier1d and advisor. He has left a rich heritage. A humanitarian who found in his profession a way toward truth, he will be long remembered in the hearts of North Texans. Dr. Kingsbury passed away at his home after a prolonged illness follow- ing a heart attack. His life was distinguished by his service to his fellow man and his devotion to his chosen work. His twenty-Hve years at NTSC made him a well-known figure in state historical circles. DR VAL11R1E MANGUM FRANCINE CARTER NANCY PRICE lin Hilemnriam 'I' -I- PAG12 583 memo to orth exan . . . looking back . . . We find that the panorama of events which passed before us in building this book has faded into the haze of a great North Texas year. Faces that became friends through the clatter of typewriters and frenzied deadlines have gone from the scene, too, but their work is indelibly stamped herein. As the book goes to press and the strain is behind us, we realize that the 1949 YUCCA is the offspring of persevering labor on the part of many persons who may never see their names on these pages. For their willing- ness to give those many extra hours we wish to express our deep appreciation. For indis pensable assistance we wish to remember and say "thanks" also... To Max of Photo Associates, whose special photography breathes life into the book... To Dudley Upton of Michael's Studio, for his fine class section photography... To Jess Harwell of Southwestern Engraving Company, for his efforts in making the best reproductions possible-and for his sense of humor... To A. B. Eisenlohr, of The Dorsey Company, for his intense personal interest in our yearbook... To Kiel Sterling of the American Beauty Cover Company, who made our cover a living symbol of North Texas... To Sid Morehouse and Homer Hungerford for the finished art work you see in the opening section... To the Bayer Aspirin Company, the Seagram's Distilling Company, and the makers of Scotch Tape and Carter's Rubber cement, for continued marketing of their To some whose suggestions we gratefully acknowledged but tactfully rejected . .. To any member of the student body who helped ease our burden... products To the liberal policy of the College that permits the production of better annuals... To YOU, the students, who we hope will find in the 1949 YUCCA the essence of our year at NORTH TEXAS STATE COLLEGE. -THE STAFF PAGE 584 ...A step in the' magic of fine portraiture, as demonstrated by Dudley Upton, of North Texans' favorite photographic studio and class photographer for the 1949 YUCCA. Located on West Hickory across from the campus. Phone 2008 PAGE 585 - ,.4- Theatre Row t TEXAS PALACE DREAMLAND 'clflfhere Happiness Costs S0 Little" - An endless variety of shopper's goods, from notions and toiletries to a complete tobacconist and prescription service, with a registered phar- macist always on duty, make . Hamilton - Perryman Drug AT 125 AVENUE A a one-stop "must" for students and faculty. Here every effort has been made to please North Texans. A beautiful new establishment with every facility planned to promote effi- ciency in serving the customer. High stand- ards for cleanliness, promptness and courtesy are maintained at all times. The fountain and booths, plus . . . p mt mise, PAGE 386 Reefs Drug A traditional hang-out for North Texans and a landmark of "The Corner." Modern and effi- cient in service to please the newcomer, with the friendliness bred of familiarity for the steady patrons. l w l The "Hop House" A students' Co-op making it possible for hun- dreds of North Texans to obtain nourishing meals at a minimum cost. VOERTMAN' Campus headquarters for the finest in student able to meet the demands for educational ma- supplies. Conveniently located across the street terials by keeping apace with the growth of from the Administration building, it has been North Texas. PAGE 387 5 1 . -H 1 , .i ' ,- f 4 I K H- ' . t ev "4'?ff'i : - t e t .ei ip Accent on fashion . . . Style-conscious to the N219 degree, RUSSELIJS is the department store for those seeking the well-groomed look, whether "New" . . ."O1d" or "Bo1d." PAGE 388 The spice and delight of Mexican cuisine for the many who are fond of south of the border dishes, plus American style food, make EL SOMBRERO an ideal dining rendezvous for formal or informal gatherings of North Texans. l25 Avenue A. ,,,. . A L F" y g-,Y as 4 ff l ' f ' A '? W '- -iff tie q " I , " . 1' E A ' f ' if 1 ' V - if TOBIN DRUG, centrally located on the north A L "4 ' 33, ,,,,,,,,,2- ' 51,1 1, Ei A . -.1 ,M n -0 - -pq . . , l side of the square, IS an official Walgreen ' ' ' i G S f --471 " 7-l i 1 , ! ! ..,. :Ill .,-.' t . W.: ,.:fE3, Agency for Denton. f if 5 " g m , I QQ .Q A ff" If A 4 :., -" ".. ' 5 ' ' A , ' X 'VLL ? -'i?""""'Yfl'7"'ii -, " . , -... -, "' ' 2 ' , N442 'bil' ' y ' ill u , ' if ' -. - ,H 1 One of the oldest business institutions in Denton, The First State is the College 'Q depository. Irs ofhcials are comprised of ilefr to right, searedj R. W. Bass, presidentg W. C. Orr, acnng chairman of the board, Dr. S. A. Blackburn of of Denton the NT faculty, vice-presidentg Cstandingj W. C. Orr, Jr., vice-presidentg Len Henderson, cashier. PAGE 389 EDS and CQEDS all go to for fashion . . . ...fzt... Recently remodeled throughout, with air-con- ditioned quietness and comfort and completely furnished in the lighter shades so restful and conducive to shopping at its best. A truly smart shop . . .North Texans have found it so. PAGE and style Q The new YUCCA TOWER, built to answer ' the demand for a convenient student gathering place on the west side of the campus, serves everything from snacks to Sunday dinners. 116 Avenue B Good food and service at reasonable prices bring North Texans time and again to Brewefs College Cafe 107 Avenue A The familiar red dispenser, convenient enough to afford time for the pause that refreshes be- tween classes. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Denton 301 Oakland PENDER'S . .. Is handy to make a quick purchase or a longer stop for refreshments. Located across from Mar- quis and Terrill halls on Mulberry Street, where a complete line of school supplies is carried. PAGE 391 There is a direct connection between a young man, a well-groomed look, and the things his heart desires. For while clothes may not make the man, they certainly are of tremen- dous help in putting the young man's best foot forward. Whatever those desires of the young man may be, social or business success, or a feel- ing of pride and a boost in ego, young men of North Texas have found that the part the well-groomed look plays can be brought out to the maximum by careful study of what young men are wearing. Young men are wearing wardrobes selected from the Varsity Shop H9 Avenue A PAGE 392 'S .'- , L 1- x - ' . North Texas co-eds know the VANITY SHOP as the place to go for exclusive U and original models in womerfs wear. Smartness, quality, and f h featured to please th ll ge girl. 1 u1fcbcz1fcz"s Studi 0 " me powmii lbhoiogmphyn 1425 OAKLAND AVENUE PHoNE 82 PG 593 igiliu i .Hia Phone 1 1 iii H. ,ugh Located on the southeast corner of the court- house square, the DENTON COUNTY NAT- IONAL BANK offers complete banking ser- vice to students and faculty. ,K , 5: , Wg, if ,iw We- S 0 deer to their befzrti, these words 'CFLGWERS from LELA FOSTER'7 40 At the "Corner" ' --3:31 College life at its best, when there's a Ford in it. BEN IVEY Dem'0n'.f Exclusive Ford Agency 419 South Elm MTumFuEmmnWTE a The campus Five and Dime store, NASI-I'S has a complete stock of variety items. Shop and save at 1224 West Hickory. -11--' . . ' t 3 we 294, ' ,,,,,,,,,, -P nu um' " ' E- I . . w., .- .. ., ,,..... ,,.gf.. ,mil- PAG12 394 A 209 256 358 325 346 314 381 209 377 223 236 209 236 347 Abbe, Kenneth .....AA ,,.-- --f----f---f'-fA-f- Aldbey, William Carl ' ..----vA-YA4 157, 171, Abel, Kruger ....A.4...,.---- ----------------------- Abel, Sarah MayDel1e .,.....-..---------- - -.A--- Abell, Beatrice ............ -2 -,------f--- 256, Abercrombie, Don .----- .A----4 2 09, 305, Acker, George MOOIC --7f- A4--------- - 'AA--- Ackers, Peggy E. .A.-----,' '------A---- - '---- - Adams, Audie Fay ...... ------- 2 30, 547, Adams, Billie ........vVY -------'------------ Adams, Jenny ........-v- --f-f-f--------f Adams, Mary Jane ...... ------.- - - ---------- - Adams, Mary L. --V--A- --------f------ - ----- - Adams, Pat ..4...Y...- ----f-- 2 36, 356, 256 Adams, Roland ............V 0 ,N..--,----------- ------ Aden, Bettie Arm ,.....e--------------f 2 4-4- 53, 75, 184, 319, 323 361, 368 Adkins, Marsha Lee v.,A.4..----,-----,f,-f- -------- 2 56 Agnew, Marilynne ..,... -v-A---4--------v 2 56 Aken, Jacquelyn ......, ---4----- 2 34, 326 Aibngm, Joe .....ee 1---- - -,--e- 2 56 Albright, K. B. ,,e1..e,. .f,..------,- 2 00 Albritton, Sherry ........,. f------- 9 1, 236 Alexander, Betty JO .....-.V --f------A 2 57 Alexander, Herschel ..,fA.. '------ 2 36 Alford, Anna ............Af---- ------------4- Alldredge, Lu Jeanne Alien, D. Nell 2,r, ,. ,,,.,,. -. Allen, Ida Belle .....,,...A-ff 2 Allen, Jack .,,........ 209, 337, 30, 337, .2 1.... 377 2222223 341, 347, 378 362 2.2.2307 Allen, Jenu ..,..--. -f-f-AA'-------f--f- - 2-209 Allen, Robert L. ....,..,,, ....-,,,- 1 92, 307 Allison, Lon Ellen .,...r, 2.,,,2... 1 78, 295 Allison, Martha ,.,.....,,,,22,. ,2--------2-,, 2 57 Allman, Frances ,..,,,,.,.....,. 2-------2- 2 36 Allmon, Charles Robert .......,..-V2--- -- ------- 192 Allmon, Shirley ...... ..... 2 Vw- 2-2--- ----257, 530 Alvarez, Marie Irma ....----------f-ff2- 236, 351 Ammon, Pat ...........,..-.f22-2-,--------- 68, 174, 200, 291, 329, 350 Anders, Billy ,,,1.....-...,,-,-..--------2---- --------- 2 57 Anderson, Anna Lou .......-. .. -.,-,------------ - 256 Anderson, Barney ...,..,- ------------- - 209 Anderson, Edwin ...... ---f-,f,2- 9 1, 192 Anderson, Elizabeth .2 ,...., 88, 192, 330 Anderson, Elizabeth ,,,, Anderson, Gerald .... 22 Anderson, Johnny ...... Anderson, Mildred ...... Anderson, Miles , .... 2 ..., Anderson, Ross ....,,.,., 22.2234 22 ,.,. 366 1 6 ....... 184, 319 2222178 ..22...236 Andrew, Eleanor Eileen ....,.,........- 236, 239 Andrews, Joyce ..,...,..,...., 2 -..-,2f--2- 2-2 216 Anthony, James .. .,----------2- .257 Anthony, Joan ,,.,..,..1 ,........ 2 30, 346 Antle, Donald .............. Appleton, Robert Lee ,,,,, 2222236 1 6 Archer, Robert ,.,,.,....... f,ff.-..., 2 09 Armatta, Duke ......... .-........... 1 93 Armor, Nancy .......... ..,....,....... 1 29, 257 Armstrong, Betty ........ 2 ........ 234, 330 Arnett, Otis Harold ..., .........,,.. 2 57 Arnold, Evelyn ......,.. ....... ,.,.. 2 . .223 Arnold, Louise ..,.,. - ........, -2 ,,,,........,... 236 Arnold, Mark ....................... .. ......,..,,..... 193 Arnold, Robert L. ...,.,.... 116,117,301, 382 Arnwine, Richard .,,..,....,....,,.,,,..,.,.,., 22257 Arrington, Electa Carol ,....,,,....,.,, 348, 350 Arrington, Florence .....,. 2 ..,,rr,,,,.,.,, 23 6 Arterberry, Max E. ..,.., ....r. 2 2253 Ashby, Rudolph .,,. ...,,., 1 93 INDEX Ashenfelter, Irene Miriam,....2236, 325, 326 Asher, Earl ..,,..,,1,........... 2 ...................1. 236 Ashton, Elwin .,,,,.,.... ..,...,,,....,......, 256 Askew, Billy M. ..,,. ,....... 1 34, 343, 375 Aten, Constance 22 .....,,. ..... 2 36, 356, 360 Athons, Robert Lee ,,........... 193, 343 Austin, Billye Ruth 2 .,... ,...,...,.........,,,... 1 84 Austin, Larry D. ,.....,.. 2 ....... 90, 91 236 Austin, Vernon L. ..... ................. 2 09 Avants, Grady .....,., ......,..,.,.. 2 16 Averitt, Ted ,....... .,.... ....... . 2 16 Avery, Jim ..........,,...., 2 .,................ 223 Avery, Patricia Ann ...... ..... 2 ,,.. 2 36 Ayers, Jacqueline 2 ,...,.,. ...,.......... 2 56 Ayers, Mary ..... ....., 2 ...... 2 56 B Badgett, Troy ............. ....,..... . 257 Bailey, Barbara .,.. 2 ......., ....,,. 2 57 347 Bailey, Bobby ..,,,,,,..... ...2 .... .257 Bailey, Carolyn ..r. 2 ........ .......... 2 36 Bailey, James Harold .......... ..,.... 1 47 257 Bailey, Jimmy ................ 2 ................... 257 Bailey,Joann ............ ................ 2 36 239 Bailey, Virginia ..,.. .......,,................. . 257 Bain, Jean ,....... 2 ,,,..... 223, 336, 342 373 Bain, Jim, Jr. 2. 2.2 ................. 2.2184 Baker, Albert ...... .... 2 .......... 1 78 363 Baker, Bert ....... 2 .,................. 257 Baker, Billy .............,...................... 257 360 Baker, Charles ................. 2 ................... 216 Baker, Grace Katheryne 230, 347 Baker, Margaret ..,.,r . .,............,........... . 355 2256 Baker, Mary Sue ......... 2 ........ ........ 2 36 Baker, Orland ...... ........ 2 56 Baker, Robert B. ....... .. ........... 178 Balch, Talon ........ 2 ....... ......... 7 9 256 Baldwin, Barbara ...... ....... 2 34 Baldwin, Dolores .2 ...., Baldwin, George ............ Baldwin, Vance C. 2 ,.,...........,. 229 230 346 2 ...,, 256 222..193 Balentine, Ralph W. ......................... . Ball, Beverly ............ Ballard, A. J. ....,., . Ballard, Thomas .,.,,. Banner, Peggy Jo .....,., Barbee, Zoe ................. Barber, Dorothy 22 ...... . Barker, Charles ..,,.... Barker, Retta Belle ...... 2257 200, Barnard, DeOlva 2. ..,,,.... 200, 318, Barnebey, M. R. .,,.,.....,......... 68, 309, 314, 317, 335, 345, Barnes, Glen Raymond Barnes, Howard G. .......... . 318 328 257 0193 2222257 2193 222.216 291, 257 329, 379 172,184, 369 372 222.236 2222257 Barnes, Roger - ,....... 2 ..,.... ...2 ,.,, 22257 Barnett, Benjamin O., Jr., ,......,,...,......,. 223 Barnett, Doris ..,... .. ...............,,........ 229 295 Barnett, James .......,........,.........,.,,......,. 178 Barnhill, Aaron R. ,.... 2 .,,.,.. 200, 309 Barr, Janel ........... 2, ..,,.,, ,.,,,,,, 3 41 Barr, Mary Alice .,,.... ,.......,,.,,,..,,.,,,,, 2 57 Barr, Nelda Jean .22 ........,....., 2 ,,..,,,,,,,,,, 257 Barrington, Norma ...,..,... 97, 129, 236, 380 216 Barron, Morris ,,... 22, ...,2.,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, 2,2 Bartlett, Jackie W. ..... ....... 2 .,,2,,,.,,,,,2, 2 56 Bartley, Ruth ..,....... ,22,,,,,,, 2 23, 349 Barton, James 2...22 .. ...22.,,,,2r,,,..,,,,,2-,,,,--,,, 236 Barton, Johnny Mac. ,..,,,,..,.2,., 184, 358, 363 Bass, J. L., Jr .........2,...,..,, 170, 193, 334, 343 Bass, Robert K. ..... 2 r..,,,,,,2.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 365 Bassett, Charles 2.2,2.,2.22.,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 H 2 56 PAGE 395 Bassett, Kathryn .........2...2.... ...,,.......... 2 56 Bassett, Mozelle .........,.. 2 .............. 184, 319 Basye, Mary Elizabeth ..,. ..... 2 ....... 2 36 Bates, Stephen S. .,...... 2............2 1 92, 366 Baughman, Irene ....... ...... 2 00, 348, 359 Baxley, Oscar, Jr. 2 .,2,.,. ..,............2.. 2 56 Baxter, Bill .2....... ............... 2 36 Baxter, Dorothy .........2..,.... ..2,,... 2 16, 360 Baxter, Harold T. ......... 2 ...2.....22.........2. 200 Bayless, Virgil ....r.... 22 .......... 2 ...... 216 Beall, Ralph ........ ...... ..... 2 2....... 2 5 7 Beall, Shirley ....... .........2.......... 2 32, 291 Bean, L. V. 2.........2.. 2 ............2...2,., 257 Beardon, Bennie P. .... ......... 2 36 Bearmore, June ....... .......... ,..2.....2..... 2 3 6 Beasley, Betty ..... ..2, 2 .............. 2 16 320 Beaver, Marilyn .2... 2 ...........2 2 ...... 257 Beavers, Gene ......2.r... 2-2 ....... 257 Beck, Bobby ................. .2..............2..... 2 36 Beckham, Harold -2 .,.........,..... .. ..... 192 366 Beckham, James .2.....,...... 22 .2............r.,. 257 Beckham, Lou .......... 77, 184,315,333 373 Beckner, Bob ,. ...........,,.... 22 ..22...2,.......22,, 223 Beckner, Edith ...,.2...2.2............,,.,2....22.. ,236 Bedgood, Mary 'Joyce ......2..... 257 316 351 Beeson, Connie Valeria - .,,....,.2......... 257 Belew, Charles R. ..,.. .22........., , 216 309 Bell, Barbara .....2.,...... ,,,. 2 ,,,.2.....2.,..... 2 57 Bell, Bettye Jean -2 .....22,2,,.2,22, 2 2,,2,, 192 Bell, Norma 1....... 2 ....... 2 ,.......2,.......... .256 Bell, Sallie .2.....,.... .........r,.. 2 32 291 Bell, Sam H. ........ 2 ...,... 22 .,..,.,,,, 130 382 Bellah, Martha ............ ., 2,,,,,,.,,, ,328 Belsher, Lois Marie .2 ....... ,,..,... 2 36 342 Bender, Robert E. ..,.........2,,...2.22,,., 178 323 Benjamin, Maurine 2 .,..,...222,.......2,,,. 2 ,,,, 216 Benjamin, Merle Wilson, Jr ....... . .r.22.,..,,, 79 Bennett, Doris .......rr,...2.2.2,,, ,,,,22,, 2 23 340 Bennett, Edwin ..,,2.....,,.2.. ,,2,,,,2,,, 2 56 Bennett, R. Douglas .....,,.. ,2,,2,,, 3 73 Bennett, Yvonne -2 ...2... 2 .2r22,, 2,,,,,,,, 2 56 Benson, Ward B. ..,...,,2.,. .,,,,,,2,,2,2,,,,, 2 36 Bentley, Mary Frances .....2,........22 2 ...r,, , 256 Benton, Norma ....,....... ..,..2 2 35, 293 378 Berendzen, Elizabeth ......,.. .,2,,...,r2,,,,, 2 57 Berry, Charles R. ,,2,2,22,2,,,,,,2-,,2 ,,,,,-,,,2,, 2 36 Berry, Ernestine ..... 2 ,.2,,r, 2 ,,,2,,,,, ,,,,, 2 , 91 237 Berry, Eugene ..... 2 ,,...,,.2 ,2,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 2209 Berry, James N. .,...22.,. ,22,,. 1 77 257 334 Berry, Troy ..,......,2, 2 .,2.. 2 ,r,,,,,2,,,,,-,,,2, 192 Best, Betty ...... 2 ,.,2,,2,,,, 2,,,,,,2,,-,,,,, 2 57 Best, Carl J. ......,,2.,222,.. 2 ,,,,,.. ,, ,,,2,,,, ,235 Best, Margaret .,.,. 22 .,r,,,,,2,,22,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 30 Betts, Billie ,..r. 2 2,,2... 2 ,,2,,,, 2 ,,,22,,,,,,,2,,-,,,, 374 Bewley, Wanda Jean 2,.... 2 ,.,,2,,,,, 200 351 Biederman, Charles 2 ...22...,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,2,,, 237 Bigby, Evelyn .....,... 2 ,2.....,22,, 2 ,,,,,,, 230 346 Bigham, Helen .... 230, 317, 327, 347 381 Billman, Byron ,..... 2 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S8 Bilyeu, Dolores ....,,.2 2 .....,.2 2 ,,r,,,,,,, 184 376 Bilyeu, Russell Gene .....2,. ,.,,,,,,2,, 2 37 Binder, Hannan ..,,2.,,.,, ,,22,,,, 2 23 297 Bird, Ralph 2 .,., ,.22,.2,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, l 2 ,,-,, 257 Birdwell, Laura Jean 2 ,,,2,2,,,,,,,, ,,-,,,, l ,257 Birmingham, Neal E. ....,,,,, 2 ,2,,,,,,2,,2,,,, 257 Bishop, Bill -2 ..2.,,.,,2,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,- 116 Bishop, Clyde ..,,,, ,,,,--,,, 2 S7 Bishop, Gordon ,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 16 Bishop, Kenneth ,,22,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 37, 342 Bishop, Larry ,,,,,,,,,2-,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--,- 90, 257 Bishop, Marjorie ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2--,257 Bivens, Clarence ....... . 68, 178, 321, 545, 348 Bizzelle, Charles E. 2,,,,,,,,,,,2,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 193 Black, Billy 2,..,.,,,,, ,,-,,,,-, 2 25 Black, J. W. ............. Black, Robert Lee ,...... Black, Twila .........,..., .-....2130 216 --..-.22 3 7 --..2..256 237 Blackmon, Vancre ...... .,..........,. Blacknall, David ........ Blackwell, Roy 22 ..,..,.. - Blagg, Debbie ...,........... Blair, Thomas C., Jr. ......, . Blair, William E. .......... . Blake, Mary K. .....,.... 2 Blakeley, Joe ...,..,.... 2 .............,,..... Blalock, B. W. ..... . 237 200 355 380 256 359 222223 7 256 ..237 279 Blancert, Paula ................... 2 .... Blankenship, Bill ................... Blankenship, Charlie Blankenship, Donald Blankenship, James Marie .222 200 184 256 88 .2 ...... 216 2 ......... .2 ..,....... 72, Blankenship, Ruth ...........,... . 317 237 318 350 291 Bledsoe, James F. .... 2 ..............,.... - Blohme, Christel ..... Blum, Clyde W. .................... 2.2. 184, Blummer, DOIIS .................... Blummer, Raymond O., Jr .,.. ....., 3 17 Board, Leland ............,............ Bobb, Bobbie Marta June. ...., 2 .... Boddy, Donna Jeanne .........., . Bohme, Connie Bolin, Carl B. ..... 2 ...... . Boling, Wallace ..... Bolton, Dolores ..... ..... . 216, 193 216 357 322 209, 321, 345, Bolin, Anne ............ 2 ..... 2 ..,.....2...2 2 .... 68, 91 Bond, James ........................ .,... 2 ...... Bonds, Virginia Ann 2.22 ....,.. Boney, Russel ....................,.. 2 ............. Bonham, William Edwin ..... 2 ..........2. Boniol, Robert L .... ............... ....... Bonner, Robert ...., 2222.-- Bourek, Booker, Tommy Ann .,r.... Boone, Betty ................. Boone, Helen ....2....... Booth, Carroll ...,........ Booth, Mrs. Venita Boren, Elsie Jo ,...,.. Boren, Patsy ...,,,.,..r Boring, Billy Ray 22 2..,.. 2 Bost, Mildred ................ 237, 223, 331 s 1 9 y 257 200, 334 355 237 345 353 361 184, 362 216 351 349 351 257 178 257 237 209 257 223 193 334 299 230 257 257 366 366 230 237 193 257 91 257 Bostick, Ray ......,,.2.... 2 ......2. 22..22... Boston, Janice Ann ..........2.22..2....2.2.......-. Boston, Peggy ....... .. ..2.......2.2.2......2.. 235, Boswell 317,32 6, , Joyce ...........2............2..2.... Boulter, Alice Jane 2...... Bounds, Annie Mary ...... Bounds, Charles .... 2 2.....2. Bounds, James 2 2... 2 ....... -... 340 237 291, 379 258 289 258 88 Paul ........2..... 2 ....... ..2.. 9 1 Bourland, Jeff G. ..... . Bowden, Marilyn ...... Bowdoin, Becky Jo ....... Bowen, La Veeta .....,.. Bowen, W. Perry, Jr. 2- Bowers, Donald ........ Bowers, Dovie ........2....... Bowling, Patricia Jan ..,.., Boyce, Mrs. Catherine ...... Boyce, Robert A. ..... . Boyd, Bobby ........,,. Boyd, Bonita ........... Boyd, Charles R. ,2... . Boyd, Cornelia .22 ..... Boyd, Gerald ..... Boyd, Ginger ..... 258 200 309 178 309 324 347 258 334 2222209 2.2-2223 2.2-..259 232, 330 200 223 237 216 2.2.2237 .-.2-..2 3 7 ...-..-.259 Boyd, Lester Wade, Jr .....2. 2 ........... Boyd, Margie A. 2 ......2. 2 ............. 37 ---.-...23 7 Boyd, Marvin ........... ....... ........ 1 8 4, 331 Boyer, Jessie Lou ....... 2 ........... 2259, 346 Boyles, Cullen ........ ....... 2 59 369, 380 Boyles, Frank D. ......2 ........... 2 ...... 2 00 Boynton, Uyvonne ...... ........... 59 Brabham, Mattie Sue 2. .2....... 2 .............. 259 Bradield, Anne .......2...... 2 ....... ........ 2 59 Bradford, Betty ..........2. . 2 ...2................ 259 Bradford, Len ..2 ............................ 200, 309 Bradford, Mary Kathryn ................2....... 258 Bradford, Norma .................... 237 324, 376 Bradley, Bettye ............... 2 .... 2 .2............. 223 Bradley, Patricia Gayle 2 .............. 2 ...... 258 Bradshaw, John F. ................ 223 335, 353 Bradshaw, Mary Lynn Neal 2.2 ...... 2 ...... 223 Brady, Robert ..2..................................... 237 Branch, Ben .......... .................. 9 0, 91 Branch, Nancie ...... ....... 2 16, 289, 313 Brand, Virginia .... ..2............. 2 ....... 2 53 Brandt, James ........... 2 .............. 237, 354 Brandon, James ........... ................ 1 78 Brandon, Robert H. .................... 2 ....... .258 Brannan, Jimmy T. .................2.............. 259 Brannan, Oletha ............ 178, 317 321, 345 Brannan, Tommie Ree .......................... 200 Brasher, Marianne .................. 237, 293, 356 Brasher, Samuel T. ....... 22 .................. 2.216 Brashier, Bill ....2.................. .......2. 1 16 Braswell, Charles ...... .2 ...... ...2.... . 237 Braswell, LeRoy .... ......................... 2 37 Brazeel, Ruth. .2.............,.. 2 ...... 2 ..... 259, 346 Brenholtz, Joanna .222...... 216, 295, 337, 340 Brent, Betsy Carolyn .....................2.. 2259 Brewer, Betty ......... 2 ......1 22 ........,.22 22193 Brewer, Daniel ........2. ........... . 259 Brewer, Desmond .................2....... 2 ....... 232 Brewer, James ....2............2.... 2 ................ 116 Brewer, Marion ...... 313,316, 3 351,373 Brian, Clara Nell .................2.2........... 2.295 Bridendall, Howardene Bridges, Jean nene ......... ....2. Bridges, Jeannette - .r.. Bridges, Norma .... Bridgman, Corky ,.,,22 ....2....-2..237 324 Briggs, Cecil Lee ................. 237, .-.-....2..25 9 Brimberry, Joan .... 2 ....... Briscoe, Don ..., 2 ....... Bristley, James M. 2. ........ 2-...2.. Brite, Thomas 2 ................ 73, 216, Brrrt, Martha Lee . .................2..... 22 259 ..2..2.216 ...222259 209, 305 297, 315 200, 378 Britton, Marilyn .... 222 .......2.,.-.---- 259 Brixey, Patsy ............. ......... 2 Broad, Alfred ..2......,..... 2 -.--2--- 216 2222258 Broadway, Juanna Jo ....................-.1.2.-- 253 Brock, Ellen Dee ............................... 22230 Brock, LeRoy -2 ........... 68, 78, 200, 305, 315 Brock, Luther A. ............................... 22-258 Brodie, Evelyn ........ ..69, 230, 295 Broeker, Yvonne Raye ............ ...... Brookins, Jack ................ 322, 337 ...--...184 ......2237 Brooks, Billie D. .......... .2 ----2 ---- 91 Brooks, Joe ................ . .... ........ 1 84, 303 Brooks, Kelly Lee . ..................-.-..-22 134, 369 Brooks Kenneth Wayne ...... ...... 2 --.. 1 84 Brooks Lynn P. .......... 2 ....... . .-.-.-222 3 Brooks Major M. ........ 2 .....,-. 2 ---, 200 Brooks Marian ................... 2 -.....- --,--- 2 37 Brooks Margaret .............. 2 ...-.--.-2-------- 200 Brooks, Robert Charles ........... 2 ---- 209 Brookshier, Donald E. ....... 2 ...,.2-2--------- 134 Broome, Billy G. .-....12----112---------,,-A------ 237 Broome, Mary Louise ........ 2 ......-... 233, 380 PAGE 396 Bronstad, James ....... ...... Brothers, Eleanor Broussard, Carolyn ...... Brower, Julia ........ Brown, Authalia -2 .-.2..-2.2...2 .2.2.2--.23 8 22 ....... 2 ....... 25 8 59 ...... .2 3 8 Brown, Barbara ...................................... 238 Brown, Bo 22 .... 2 ................... 2 ........ 91, 239 Brown, Carmelita Maxine ....... .......... 2 23 Brown, Chrit .... 2 .................... ............. 2 59 Brown, Daniel .............. 2 .............. 137, 259 Brown, Doris .......... 2 ........ ................ 2 39 Brown, Harry L. ....... .... 2 .......... 2 59 Brown, Jesse C. .... .................... 2 23 Brown, June ............ ......... 8 8, 232, 330 Brown, Lee A., Jr ........ ..... 259,297 Brown, Lee W. ......... ............, 2 O0 Brown, Loretta Rae ...... 2.2 ........ 239 Brown, Luvenia .................. ....... . 200, 368 Brown, Mary Frances ..... 2 ........ .......... 2 59 Brown, Myrtle 2 .......... 2 ........ ...... 2 2323 Brown, Opal .... 2 ......... ................ 2 23 Brown, Patsy ...... ............... 2 59, 380 Brown,R. O. ....... .......... 2 16,353,381 Brown, Susanne .............2.............. 239, 295 Brown, Thomas K. ........ 2 ...................... 239 Brown, Walt .................................. 239, 381 Brown, William Guy, Jr. Brown, Browning, Billy 2 ............. .2.2-.....2239, 335 Wmfree L. ............. ........ 2 09, 335 2 ....... . 367 239, Browning, Morgan W. ....... ........ 2 00, 318 ' 193 Browning, Vandolyn ........... ..... 2 . , 361 Brownlee, Dorothy Nell ........ 1 93 3 5 2 Bruce, Fred .................. v .............. 223, Bruns, Lawrence B. .... 2 Bruton, Chester ..... 22 Bryan, Bobbie .............. Bryan, Margaret June Buchanan, Nancy ........ Buchanan, Robert B. ..... . Buck, LaVonne ................ ..2.-......22.-.-..216 2 ........ 258 33 3, 373 350, 368, --....-..-2--...-.25 9 2 ..... 2..238 216 Buckner, Jo Ann ............... ................ Buell, Frank Garvin ..... 2 ....... Buffington,Tommy M. .... . Bunce, Ernest R. ............. - Bullard, Nita .-2 ........... . Bullock, Frances V. ..... . Bullock, Marilyn Joy ...... 2 ........ 345 200 22222222259 222-2s8,34o .....222..238 .....2.2222235 Bumpers, Hal .............. ........ 1 92, 343 Bunch, Patti 22 ............ ................ 2 5 9 Burch, Joyce Willeen ......... ..... 2 ......... 2 59 Burchette, Ray, Jr. ...... 2 ............... .25 9, Burden, Hilda 2 ......... Burge, Sue ......... Burke, Bill .... 2 ......... Burke, Chalmers ....... Burks, Joe Robert ........ Burks, Patsy .......................... 343 222.259, 360 334 ..2..2192, 1 7 8 . .... ............... 2 39 192, 375, 379 Burleson, Forrest Anne ............ 2 .......... 259 209 Burnam, Jackie ............. Burns, Barbara ............ .. ......... 2 .......... 239 Burns, Ted ........... Burrer, Arthur ...... Burress, Pat 22 ...... - Burton, John .... Bus, Marjorie .......... . 2--.....2-.2-22.259, 367 2 .................. 2 .... 239 .....-.200, 337, 377 Bush, Marion ..... 2 ....... 2 ....... ....... 2 93 Bush, William G. ...... ................ 3 03 Butler, Barbara ............ ....... 2 ........... 2 58 Butler, Jerre ...................... 2 .............. 2..239 Butler, Norris Dean, Jr. .... .......... 2 22239 Buttram, Kitty Lee ......... ............ 2 32,326 Buttram, Patsy ..... ........ 2 58, 343, Butts, Ouida ...... 2 3 , 375 348 369 352 325 358 303 201 .-...L.239 - .v....N. 193 Bynum, Bettie ......., ...,... 4,,.,.. 1 9 2, Bynum, Floyd A. ,............,..,......... 216, Byrum, Sue ......,,. ......, L ............ 2 39, C Cadrin, Joseph Louis, Jr .,.. ............. 2 09, Cahill, Jerry .............,.,..,.... .,.,... 2 00, Cain, Charles V. ......,....... ........... . Cain, Dorothy ....,. .... Cain, Evelyn .....,. ......... Cain, Madelyn .,,l.. L ...,... .,......, Cain, Pat .........,...... . Caldwell, Annette ...., Caldwell, Everett ..,,. Caldwell, Lois ,..,....... 258 LLLL258 84 LLLL259 LLLL239 Calhoun, Alton Lee ............,. 116, 147, 259 Callaway, Ann ,.....,,.,,,.... L ..,........ .209, 324 Callaway, Bob ......................., 184, 299 349 Callaway, Frances Virginia ........,.. L ....... 331 Callison, Joe .......2......,.....,...................,. 259 Cameron, Carol ................. ......, Cammack, Ruth Maxine -LL LLLL184 L238 363 Camp, Sue .,.....,.....,,,..........,. .......,.... 2 59 Campbell, Floyce Jean .... L ........ .......,. 2 59 Campbell, Lendon D. ...... ...... 9 1 238 Campbell, Luren .................. L ........ 209 Campbell, William ....... L ......... ......... 3 62 Campsey, Lilliah Rae ...... ........ - -.238 Campsey, Mary .........,.. ,.....,, 2 29 346 Campsey, Ronald .,..............,............... L259 Candler, Billie C. ..,.. .- ...........i.. 69 130 7, 310 382 Candler, Bob T. .... ........... 2 17 334 Cannon, Hulda ...... 99, 238 298 Cannon, Jo Ann ....... 193, 317 365 Cannon, Ray E. .... .,........, 2 24 352 Cantrell, Barton ,,,, L, ............... -239 Cantrell, Jean ..,........ L ...............,.... 344 Cantrell, Jo Ann .......... ..,..... 2 59, 378 Cantrell, Wanda --L .,,..,.... ....... . 209 360 Cantwell, Joe ,................. ........ 2 39 353 Caraway, Dorothy Jean .,... ......., 2 17 349 Cargal, Buchanan .r,.,,....., ........,. Cariker, Frank ,..........,. Carleton, Anne ...,..........., .............. L362 L201 L258 Carleton, Dorothy Jean ,,.........,,.........,, 184 Carley, Kenneth ,................... 137, 224, 307 Carlson, Dorothy ..,.,,...............,...,........ 258 Carlson, John r.,..,,.... L ..,.........,..,.,,. 239 Carlson, Virgil ...,., ...,.........,.. 1 93 Carlton, Mary ........ ....,.. ........ 2 5 8 344 Carlton, Tommy .,.................. ......,.,... 2 58 Carmichael, Bettye ...... LL .,,,..,.,,,, 193 349 Carmichael, David ...... .......... . 201 Carmichael, Marie ................,..,.,.. 193 Carmichael, Mary Jim ...,,..... 229, 287 Carmichall, Jimmie ,..,,... .....,,..,,...,.. Carnegie, Dorothy ....,......,..... Carpenter, Charles Keith Carpenter, John ..............,., Carpenter, Norman L. ..,. Carpenter, Peggy ....... 301 377 378 L259 3 9 59 LLLL259 LLLL239 Carpenter, Robert L .........,......... ....., . .259 L239 259 Carrell, Dannie .... L ....,.... LLL ,.,,..,..,.,,, L Carroll, Anita ,,.,..,..... Carroll, Daniel Carroll, Evelyn Carse, William Carson, J. E. .,.. in 259 193 224, Carter, Allen ..... .....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, Carter, Betty Jo ....... Carter, George 224, 209 348 224 209 377 303 Carter , Irrna Jean ......,....... ....... Carter, Jimmy .i................... ..... - . Carter, Johnny -L ,....... - ............ ....... Carter, Paul ............................ - ........... 259 209 210 201 Caruthers, Bettye Nell ............ --- .......,. 2 5 9 Cashion, Maurine ....... L- ...... 184, 333, 373 Cassidy, Jean E. ......... .....1............-. 1 93 Casteel, Letitia i....., ......... 2 39, 3 50 Casteel, Ruben Lee ..... ..,........... 2 24 Castle, Ernest L. ......... .......... 2 60 Castleberry, Blant H. ...1 ....... 2 10 Castleberry, Bob ..............................-,.. 185 Castleberry, Joe Paul ..,..-.........-...----.-1-- 135 Cate, A. D. .... LL ,....,...... 116, 117,301,382 Cate, Carrie Jo .....,..... .- ...........-.....--- --2 17 Cate, Mildred Ann ..... - ............-.-------- 280 Cate, Ruby Ruth ..... ............ 1 84, 350, 577 Cates, Bettye ............................ - ----..------ 260 Cates, Tommy ........... - ......----...1---- --.260 Cates, William Robert, Jr. ....... - .......---- 210 Cathey, Velma Lee .............. - ...... 7 3, 321 Candle, Patricia ............... --...---.-1 2 60 Ceath, Neal ....,...... -------------- 2 39 Cecil, Johnnie H. ................. -- 1----1-.V 238 Cecil, Macon C. ,.... - .......-..--- - .--- -.201 Chabot, Catherine ...... .....f....... 2 61 344 Chadwick, Nancy ............. - ---,.-------- 261 Chafin, Joyce ............,. - ......----- --.3 3 7 346 Chaffin, Emma Rose ............. ...-.-...----- 2 61 Chamberlain, D. G. .... -- ........-----...--V.-- 23 3 Chambers, Glenn A. .... - .-.-...... - ---.-1---1-- 303 Chambers, Ralph ....... - .---------..------'- Chandler, Jacqueline ,,., L301 L238 Chandler, Paul .......... - ----- 91 261 Chaney, Millie Beth .............................. 261 Chaney, Nathan H. ..... -- ...V - ----.- 3 32 366 Chaney, Norine ......... - ...-....-- - .---11--- 261 Chapman, Barbara .... ...... 2 24, 358 Chapman, Blake ..... -....1----- 2 61 Chapman, Eddie ..... -. .------f-- .260 Chapman, Jerene ................ ....----,1-1.. 2 01 Chappell, Ben .-- .......... - .---....1--..- 239 303 L ,,.,,,,,., ,LLL229 289 Chappell, Betty ..,,, Charlton, Patsy ...................--...-.1 ---------.. 3 61 Chavallier, Peggy .........2 - ........ --193 355 Cheatham, Winifred ...... ...- ...-.-...... 210 Chennault, Thomas ......... L .......,.. 239 Chester, Clay E. ...........- - ....-...-.---- 224 335 Childers, Mary Jo ....... - .......w..-.,----... 210 Chisholm, Peggy ............---., .260 Choate, Doug .....,....... .-..............----- 2 10 Chowns, Jean Ellen ................ 224, 322 340 Christal, Harold .............................-....-- 334 Christensen, Bernard F. ............. --179 352 Christian, Charles .......... L ....... -- ....1 -260 Christian, Mary Anna ....-..-.................. L239 Chuoke, Robert Christ, Jr. ............ 260 369 Cirila, Amelia .... - .......-........ -- ...-.........- 185 Clark, Billy ....................... ..........- 3 52 Clark, Billy Peyton ........ - ......-...........-... 217 Clark, Floyd .......-...... L -....... - ..... 261 348 Clark, Frank ..-........ .......... - ............ 2 61 Clark, Jack Leroy -......... L ....... ........... 1 92 LLLL192 Clark, Jerry ,...... L .........- L .-............. Clark, Mira Beth ....... L .... .... ...... 2 2 4 340 Clark, Peggy ......... ...-.. ......... 2 6 1, 346 Clark, Verda Mae ............... L- .......... 261 Clark, William L. ..... L ..............-...... 35 3 Clarke, Virginia L ,......... L i.,.,.,....... 319, 361 Clary, Warren G. ....... LL r...,....... 224, 335 ..-...--.-..-261 Clay, Betty ,.....-...........,....,... Clayton, Lurine Clem, Amye Jo LL .......,........ . PAGE 397 261 Clay, Mary .-....-. - ...-... - ..........---.- 55-347 L-LLL.f.z61 Clement, Dorothy .,....... Clement, Mildred ....,........,.... """'i'i5Q-S557 Clement, Opal Maxine ......,.............. LLL 328 347 192 260 Clemmons, Patricia -LL ...,,.....,.. ,,...rr,,.. L Clephane, Margaret .,,...........,.....r........, Cleveland, Evalyn ....., LL ....,. L ...........,... . Click, Peggy .......... L ,.,.... LL ...,. 239, Cliord, Olga .,.,.............. ..,.... L L. Cline, Abel .... L ......... L .,...... ......... 239 260 287 229 210 Cline, Junelle ..... L .....,. ......... 2 60 Close, Billy ....... .....,.,, 2 60 Cloteaux, O pta ,..,.. ..,. L L 3 5 3 Clotiaux, Fred ..,... .........,... ..,.. L - .1 16 Clotiaux, James ......................,...,..,..,.,. 117 Clubb, Rita ..,...............,. L .,.,.. L .....,....,... 261 Clyburn, Nona Faye .L ,....,................ LL Cobb, Charlotte ,.................,, 217 , 3 2 3 , 239 349 Cobb, Esther ................ L .......,...,.,,,r..,r.,, 210 Coble, James ............, L .,......, LL ..,.,...... L26l Coburn, Betty ........ L .,......... L .............. 261 Coder, Beverly ...,.. Cody, Pet ...,,,.i....... Cody, Robert O. ...... . Coe, Mary ,...........,. Coff, Neoma ..,......r.r. LLL239, 324, 332 ..- -.........- -239 . ......- -L238 ...LLL201 Coff, Willie Marie ,..... ,...,. L ,261 Coffee, Virginia ....,.. ..,......... 2 61 Colfey, Fred ..,..........i,..,. .........,, 1 77, 261 Coffey, Penelope Ann ...................,..,, 90, 91 1 70, 23 2, 3 26 Coffman, Wesley L ..., L .......,,,.,,,,,,, 2 3 5 317 Cogburn, Lonnie ...... LL ,....,. LL ,,,.,..,., LL20 1 Cogdell, Mary ........... L .,....,. ....., L ,261 Cokendolpher, Floyd LL .......,,.., ,........ 1 79 Colbert, Glenda Nell .,....,.,.,..............,-. 192 Colbert, Hugh ....,...... L ....... L ,-.-...,- LLLZO1 Cole, Doris ........ Cole, Jimmy ...... Cole, John .,...... .-.LLLL2 17 LLLLL201 1 Cole, Marion L ....,,,.,.,,,,..,..,, L .,,.,,...,.,,,, 185 Cole, Percy Van ,.,.....,... Cole, Mrs. Verna Coleman,Alvis L Coleman, Gaye -L 235, 287, 336, 261, 379 290 1 85 -LL-L-LL-.3 24 Coleman, James C. .,.. L ..,....... L L..,.,,,,,,,, 201 Coleman, Weldon Coley, Verna L.... LLL..LLLL-L LLLL217 60 Colley, Carolyn ...L,..,.... L ....,,..L.,LL,,,,.,,,,,, 238 Collier, Charlotte Collier, Gordon Collier, Mildred - Collings, Shirley Marie 46 -.-.-..-....--..L..3 81 --L-.---..LL217 8 Collins, A. V. LL ...,,......., ,,,,,,,, 1 16, 117 Collins, Grace ..,., ..,....,.......,. 90, 238 Collins, James .,.,. ....,.L......,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 39 Collins, Jane ....... ........ 8 8, 232, 330, 378 Collins, Laverne L.....L L ......L,......,..,,.....LLL 260 Collins, Neoma ........ LL ,.,..,.., L L,L,,,..,,,, 217 Colson, Norma L..,............ ......L........,LL, 2 32 Combest, Marshall LLL ,....,. L ,.,. 185, 369 Combs, Jamie LL.....L.......,.. ..LL-L,L. 1 57 Commander, Margie ........ . Compton, David .L........ Compton, Joan L ,...... Compton, Vernon L......,....L....,...,,.., Conly, Bill ................ L ,,,.,,.,,, L ,,,L., LLLL235 .LL-3 67 .LLLL260 24 LLLL299 Connell, Eulene Mildred ..... L ..... 193, 293 Conway, Glen L.....L....LLLL,LL.., .,L........L 2 60 Cook, Betty Jane .,.L,.,..,L..,,..,..,.L,,,,,,,,,L, L261 Cook, Carolyn L .L...., LLL ..,..,.L LL ,..LL.,.,,, 193 Cook, Helen Louise ....,L.,. L,,L,,,- 2 10, 295 Cook, Jean Narrell ...L.LL.....L.L....L.....,.,,,,L 239 Cook, Joseph Eugene -LL ..L..,.LL LLL201, 309 Cook, Lavena Faye ....... L.....,, 2 24, 350 Cook, Leon ..,..... ......,,...,,........,,... 2 01 Cook, Lloyd 2 ,.....,, .. ......... 91, 234, 317 322 Cook, Nelda Sue ....... ....,.......,,,,..,....... 2 01 Cooke, Ada .,,...,...,....,,. ,,,.,.................. 2 61 Coon, Jenny Sue ,........,... .,..,.. 2 61 Coon, Robert Weldon ...,... ..l...,,., 1 85 Cooper, Esta .,,..,,,,.,.,.v,.., .,.....,.,. 2 261 Cooper, James 2.2 .,...,.... ....,..., 1 85 309 Cooper, Jane ,...,,,,..., 2 .....,..........,. 201 291 Cooper, William A. .,.......,.....,.....,.. 2 A... 334 Copeland, Betty ..,.................,.,,..,. 261 374 Copeland, James 2 ..... 2 ..., 2 ,.., 22-261, 369 Coquat, Joe -22 ....,,................, 137, 179 382 Corbin, Jean .... 2 ..... 2 ..... 2 ....vv..,. 239, 347 Corder, Lloyd ..... 2 ...... 22 ...,.2..,., 2 ...,r 261 Corder, Ray ......2...... ...,.. 2 17 Cordova, Virginia ........ ...... ........., 3 6 6 Corley, George .,.2...........,........,.2.,..,..2... 239 Corthron, Love Joy ...2 2.... 2 ....222.... 193, 324 Cosby, Ann 2,..22...........,,....,.... 185, 332, 361 Cossman, Jack .,.... 2 ............2,..... 2 ..... 261 Cothran, Betty ,....... ,...,.. 2 60, 359, 368 Cotten, Carl ....,., ..2......,,.... .210 Cotten, Jim .....2.....2................,..... 234, 373 Cotten, Jimmy ,...,.,...,,,... 2 ....,....... 2 60, 364 Cotton, La Juana Louise. ............,.. 201, 317 323, 348 Cottrelle, J. Stephen .1...... .................,, 3 21 Couger, Mary Jo .......... ....... 2 17, 323,361 Coulston, Edward 22.2 ..,. 2 ,... 2 .... 2 ..... 217 Coulston, Virginia ....2. ........ 2 24, 348 Coultas, John ........... ..i...2.... 2 ...... 1 79 Counts, Minnie Lou ........2.2.... 2 .... 2 2.... 239 Courts, Beverly 2 ,.2.,.,,.2A...,..2 260, 343, 374 Coury, Bill ..2. .....2..170, 185, 303, 369, 372 Coutret, Alex .........,2.2...........,.,............. 185 Coville, Jane ....... 2 ....,2. 2.22 2... 210, 336 Covington, Jay ...... .i..... 9 1, 239 Cowan, Bobbie .2.... ......2. 2 60 Cowan, Marjorie 2.....2 ........ 2 61 Cowley, Lawrence ,2,.. .....2....2..... 1 16 Cox, Anna Ruth .....i. ........ 2 29, 377 Cox, Beth Rogers 2.... ...........,. 2 17 Cox, Charles ..,,2 ..........2...2. 2 61 Cox, Frances 2..,222. .....,2. 2 17, 349 Cox, Glenn Ray ,2..... ........ 2 01, 297 Cox, Hubert .......... .22. ...22... 2 1 0 Cox, Jackie H. ...... ........ 1 71, 297 Cox, James ..,,2...2 .... 2 .... 2 201 Cox, John ....2,,, Cox, Lucius .,..., Cox, Macona .22. Cox, Virginia ,,.,2 Coyle, Berniece 2.,.., Coyle, Tom 2.............2.... .2-..2217 ......-...239 1 79 201 2-2.2185 r 375 2 ......2.2..21 193 Cozby, Patricia .........22..22.... 2........2..... . Craddock, Dorothy Jean Craig, Dewey ........ Crain, Charles .2..,, Crane, Del ..2.,...2.22 340 1 s 238 291 379 2 .... 2 .2............ 261 2..2-222..2-.2 24 2 2...., 261 Crannell, Laur M. ..... .2..... 1 45, 238, 382 Cravens, H. L. ..2... .......................... 1 93 Crawford, Arlette ......,2...........,.............2 261 Crawford, Carolyn ...22... 2 i..... 224 322 340 Crawford, Marjorie ................ 201, 329, 351 Crawford, Philip Erwin Crawford, Robert Lee ..... 2 ,.............,....r 2193 1 Creel, Mary Frances .......2...... Crenwelge, Richard .... Cretsinger, Robert ......... 222.261 3 8 .. 90 Crider, Betty .......... 2 ......r............ Crisler, Gladys ..2.....2.22...... 90, 91 Criswell, Olga .... ..,,..... 2 29, 291, 2238 239 327 326 346 Crockett, Billy ....2......,,..,,, .2 ...... 201 299 Crockett, Colby David 2.2 ..... 2 ...... 224 365 Crofts, Carolyn .....,.......................... 91 261 Cross, Mildred Ruth .... 2 ..... 2 ............ 260 Crowder, Peggy .............. 210, 349, 358 359 Crowe, Jim Edgar ......................,,,.., 88 260 Crowe, Jane ............ .................... 2 ,2 39 Crowe, Patsy .......... ....... 1 85, 348 377 Crowson, Etta Jean ...... ........... 9 O 239 Cruce, William ............ .......... 2 24 Culley, Terrence ............. Culwell, Judy ....2...... 2 ................... 2 ...... 260 344 Cummings, Rose Ann Cummings, Will Joe ..... Cunningham, Gordon Cunningham, Jane ...... 239, 2.2.2239 1 374 201 .2-2..201 85 Cunningham, John ......... -2 ...... Cunningham, Kirk 2-2.2. 201 301 217 Cunningham, Wanda ..... Currens, Jo Ann 2 ........ Currie, Caroline ....... Curry, Ed Curry, Jean Evelyn ................ 224, 260, Curry, Mildred ........ 2 .... 2 .,................... Curry, W. B. ....... . Curtis, Eddie .... ....... 350 239 329 367 239 239 261 22.2261 Curtis, Eugene ........ 2- ......................... 2 217 Curtis, Mrs. Ezell ..... 2 ..... 2 ............. 321 Curtis, George ............ 2. ..2...... 240, 342 Curtis, Hannah .2 .... 2 ...... 2 .................... 261 Curtis, Patsy ............ 2 ...... 2 ..,. 2 .............. 261 Cusenbary, Estelle ...... ............. 1 93 Cypert, Eugene 2 ........ 2 ..... 261 D Dabney, Joe ...... ....... - ..2..91, 232 Dabney, Joy ...... .......... 1 93 Dacus, Pence ........... .......... 2 61 Dacus, Joe .................. ............. 2 01 Dalby, Della Maude ..... ......... 1 92, 349 Dale, Robert ............ 2 ........ ................ 2 61 Dalmasso, Francis Ann ........................ 261 Daly, Abigail E. .............. 2 .... 2 .............. 240 Damron, Jean ................. 2 ........ .......... 2 62 Dandridge, Glyn ........ 2 ....................... 262 Daniel, James ........ 2 ....... 2 ..... 2 .... 2202 Daniel, James H, .... 2 ............................ 192 Daniels, Bernard ........................ 2 ........ 20 1 Daniels, George .... ..........2. 130, 202 382 Dannelley, Henry .2222 ..................... 331 Dansby, Dorothy ..... ............. Darby, Lynwood ...........22.....2..... .2.2.240 222,210 Darnell, Byron G. ........ 2 ..... 2 ............ . Darnell, William Reid .... Darsey, Mattie .............. 2. Darwin, Betty Anne 2.2 Daughety, Jewel .......... Davenport, Dixie ......... Davenport, Mary ........... 2. Davidson Davidson Davidson ,Mrs. Emily Kate ,Esther Jane ...... , Janet ................ 2224 ..2.2.22192 348 ......-..240, 325 .-...2..241 363 22 ................ 241 22.2.2185 317 ...2 .... 2 .... 2.263 .2-...263 Davidson, La Verne ...... 2 ......... ...1... 2 63 Davidson, Martha Ann .... .......2........ . 263 Davidson, Neil ....... 2 ..... 2 ......,............2.. 263 Davies, Nell ..........22.... .2 ..2... 287, 336, 378 Davis, Mrs. Agnes ........ 2 .... 2 ........ 217 349 Davis, Angie ....... ..2 ...2 2 ........ 241 340 Davis, Bobby .... ............. . ..2 .... .-- Davis, Bobby .... 22 Davis, Bonnie ....... PAGE 398 2262 ...22.2 63 2 ................ 210 Davis, Charles .... ...... Davis, Charles B. Davis, Clifio Jean 337, 550, Davis, Clinton Davis, Cody L. -.2 Davis, George Davis, Guy ...... ...... .... Homer Davis, Davis, Jimmie I. Davis, Louise ....,,.....,. 222, Davis, Marjorie - .... 2 ............ .2.2.2..185 379, 328, 380 222217 x 348 2.22-2.334 241 185, 3 69 295 230, 2 ............... 241 Davis, Martha Joe ....... 2 ....... 241, 323, 325 Davis, Martha Ruth ....... ..............,.,... 2 63 Davis, Mary Louise .......... ..............2,, 1 92 Davis, Newman Neil .... 2 ..................... 234 Davis, O. L., Jr. ........... 2 ....... 69, 170, 185 317, 323, 340, 348, 389 Davis, Patricia .....,...,... 2 .,,., 2 ,,.,,,,,2,,,,,, 262 Davis, Mrs. Peggy Wilson ............ 232, 378 Davis, Sylvia ......... 2 ...,... ., ..,, 2 .,.,,,,,,2,2,2, 262 Davis, Wesley ........,..,.. 224, 334, 335, 353 Davison, C. Robert ...... 2 ..... 2 .,,,2,,.,,,,,,, 262 Davison, Ruth Ann .,,2,,,,2 295, 330 Daws, Charlie ....................... .22 ..... 22263 Dawson, Beverly .,....,,..,.....,,.,,,,,2, 241, 346 Dawson, Catherine McCarthy ........ 179, 331 Dawson, George ..,....,.... 2 ,...............,,,.,, 90 Dawson, John H, ..,..,,.,....,.. 2 2..,,,,,.2,,,,,, 193 .2 .... 2 ...................... 224 Day, Charles Dale Day, Jim ....,........,,... 22 ..,,,2,,22,,,,2,,,,,, , 224 Day, Joe, Jr. ....... ...................... 1 85, 348 Dayton, Elouise ...... 2 ..........,... .378, 380 Deal, Donna ............ 2 .,..,......,...2,2,2 ,263 Dean, Jane Ann ....... 2 ........ 230, 346 Deardorff, Don D. ..... ............ 2 130, 382 Dearing, Betsy ........ ................... 2 17, 317 322 340, 354, 377 De Armond, Katie ........................... .263 Debenham, Jimmy ...... .,,.....,..,..,,,,..... 2 63 De Bony, Lorain .................... 2 ..... 22263 De Cordova, Virginia .......................... 241 Deeb, Nancy ........................ 2 ................ 263 De Ford, Elizabeth 2 .... 2. 263, 361 De Ford, Horace A. ...................... 116, 301 De Ford, Jean ...... 2 ............................. .263 De Ford, Thomas Clifton 22 ................ 210 De Lay, John Keith ...................... 73,185 317, 369, 372 De Loach, Arthur ..... .................... 2 40 Dendy, Peggy .......... ........ 2 40, 324, 374 Denena, Mary Lee ..... ................. 2 62 Denman, Goldak ..2 ...... ........ 2 62 Denman, Tommy Joy ........ Denney, Roy E. ............. - .-.........262 2......73, 217 262 Denning, Edward .................................. 263 Denning, James O. 2 ..... 2 ..... 2.2.22 Dennis, Gwyn ........ Dennis, Janice ........... Denny, Billy Lewis ..... Densman, Barbara 2 Derden, Irene ....... 263 ...22263 2.22240 ...22240 ...22241 Deer, Johnnie ....................... ........ 2 35 De Vaney, George Thomas 210 Desco, John ......................................... . --193 De Witt, Mary Catherine .2 .... 2 .... 2 2263 Dibble, William K. .................... 75, 79 185 315, 335 373 Dick, Clarence .... ...........,. 1 37 263 Dick, Niobe ............... ........................ 3 29 Dickerson, Charlie .... ........ 1 16, 202, 301 Dickey, Charlie E. ........ .2 ...... 2 .... 2 .... 185 Dickinson, Emmet M. ............ 193, 335 365 Dickson, Guy ............. .................. 3 45 Dickson, Sarah .,.. Dill, Dorothy ,..... Dill, Warren l,...... Dillard, Jean ,,....,. Dillard, Sidney ....... Dinkle, Billy .........,.... Dishman, Rosemary ...,.. Dispenza, Philip .,,...,. Dixon, Ruth ...,............,. .--.----..230 J 241 346 ..--2.74, 179 331 263 16 -2.2224 382 263 342 241 Dodd, Dilly R. .....,...,..f. . Dodd, Henry Clay, Jr.. .,.... .....,. . . Dodgen, Doris .....,.....,,. ...2235 137, 382 Ellis, Benton ..,....,, Flemister, Margaret . ...... 202 2240 379 Dodgen, Durward, Jr. .,.,.,. .........,.... 2 63 Dodgen, Martha ,........... ...... 2 41 350 Dodson, Dwight ..,......... ........... 2 41 Dodson, Mrs. Dwight ..,.... ..,.... . 202 Dodson, Jack .....,..,.... ........ 2 62 Dodson, James N. ..... ......,. 2 02 Domaschk, Clarence ....., ...,......,..,.... 2 10 Donaldson, Betty J. ...... ...................., 2 35 Donoho, Ava Nell ................ 232 330 345 Dooley, Robert .........,. .......,..,.......... 2 10 Dorman, Homer ..... ......... . 241 362 Dorough, Robert .,.... ....,...........,..... 2 32 Dorroh, Kathleen ...... 2 ......, 90, 232 343 Dotson, Charlotte ...,...... .................. 2 41 Doughorty, James H. .... ............,, 3 81 Douglass, Louann ....... ............., 2 40 Douthie, Jewel ..........,.....,.....,., 2 ........,,. 179 Dove, Virginia Ann ...,..t..,.......l,.,, 193, 287, 316, 336, 350, 379 Dowd, Edward ....... ....,.,..,...,............, 2 62 Dowis, Jeaneane ..... ..2 .......... 235 Dowling, Robert .... .. ......,,.. ....,,.... 1 93 369 Downey, Mary Lou .......,........................ 262 Downing, Jan ,........... 2 ........ 240 324 337 Doyle, Hubert F. ..,,..l.........,........... 202 318 Doyle, Teddy .........,.......,.....,...,......,...,. 262 Drake, Patsy ,........ 2 ..1.... 337 363 378 Drake, William .............,...,.,...,...,.,....., 263 Drechsel, Lewis William ............,........... 240 Drew, Emmitt Kirlc .....,...,.. 2 ...,..,.. 116 Droze, W. H. .......,..,........... ........... 2 17 Drummond, Daphne Joy ,...,......... 210 337 Drumwright, Charles ,.,......l.......,.. 2 l.,... 263 Dubois, Kenneth ,........................,.......... 240 Dubose, Ervin .....,,,..l,.. 2116, 117 301 382 Duce, Katherine ,.... ........,...,...,.,.,.,..... 3 26 Duckworth, Joyce ....,.,... 2 ...........,.. 185 365 Dudley, Joan ......,,................ ....,.. 2 41 332 Duesterbaus, Merthadene .... .....,..... 2 63 Duffey, Helen ............... 2 .....2.....22....,...,. 263 Duke, Carolyn ........22.... ...........2........, 1 93 Duke, Joe .,............................ 171 241 299 Duke, Wilford Noel ........2.......,.,......... 202 Dunaway, Bill .....2.....,..,,.2....,. 130 241 301 Duncan, Arthur, Jr. ..2... .r,..,...,...,.,,,,,, 2 63 Duncan, Audrey ..... ....... 2 24 373 Duncan, Jeff ....2... .,,.......... , 241 Duncan, Travis ..,... .217 341 Dungan, Joe .... .,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,, , 263 Dunn, C. T. ..22...2 2...,...,.............. . 185 Dunn, Jeanne ..... .......,, 1 93 293 373 Dunn, Virginia .... ..,.....2 2 ....,..., - 263 Dupuis, Elaine .........,......... . .,........ r.,..... 3 26 Durham, Jack D.. .,.........2........ . Durham, Norman A Durrett, Barbara . ...,.......,.. ...,. - Durst, Joanna L. Dutton, Bettye ....,2 ....... 1 92, Nevill .,..2r .--...2224 --.--2.185 ------22---222ss, Dye, Dotty .,..........,. -2 .,.... Dyson, Arnold .,......... Dyson, Mrs, Shirley ......,. 333, 364, 232 373 262 179 235 E Haas, Jim .2..........................................2... 210 Eager, Patti ...................,... 2 ..................2 241 Eagle, James G. ...... 116, 117,210, 301,382 Eargle, John ...2.................................22... 262 Earles, Bonnie ..,........ Easley, Billie Jean ...,2. .--..-..-...224, 340 .-..-..-.-..---....--..2 62 Eason, George 2....2.2............22. 2 .........,2.... 241 Easterling, E. Wayne ....., 2 ....... ...,..... 3 O3 Ecord, Bruce .....,,.22....22 2-2 .2............. 185 Eden, Bobby ............. Ed ar Jo ce Marie ...... 8 1 Y Edge, Howard .......,...... Edmonds, Betty Lee ..,... .--.--...----...202 --2-..241,, 291 - 22 .,.,,,.....2..., 240 Edwards, Betty Ann ..............2............... 192 Edwards, Bettye ........... ....... 2 62, 351, 377 Edwards, Charlsie ........ ............ 2 22.186 Edwards, Danny Lee .....2..2........2....2..2.2.. 263 Edwards, Don ..2..2.......2....2......22.2..2 137, 263 Edwards, Fred E. .2......... .2 .2.. 2 ..... 185, 373 Edwards, Mrs. Lois Nell. .,......,....., 202, 328 Edwards, Thomas .....2..... 2....... 1 30, 263 Egger, Patt .....2............ ....... 2 2-.263 Eitt, Cynthia .,,.,. Elam, Frances Elders, Roy G. Eldridge, Betty ..... Eled ge, Ray ,.,. Elkins, Bobby ...,.2. Eller, Charles Elliott, James Elliott, Paul 2.....,. Elliott, Phil .2...... Elliott, Winola Ellis, Calvin C. ,.... Ellis, Edward Ellis, Gene ..2,. Ellis, Ira .,....... Ellis, Isabel 2... ..2.....2.... Ellison, Alma ,,., Elms, Roy ......2...... Elrod, Edwina Elrod, Evelyn ..,.. Elskes, Carolyn ,.,.. Embry, Amy ......... Embry, Naomi ....... Embry, Theo ...,.,... Englehardt, Mary 2..... -.--2--263 ..-------2202 332 -...-2-...2--.---240 --A------903 2 .................. 210 .---.--.--263 2 ..................... 263 ...2-.....-.-..,90, 262 22 .2,....2...2... 262 2 ...2...,. 262, 3 65 2 1 7 62 2 1 0 170, 291, 316, 317 2 ...........2..2............... 240 241 ..2 .......... 101,263 222177, 324, 373 241 2 ................ 179 --2-.2 3 o 2 .......... -2229 Ennis, Arthur F. 22.. 2 2,2..,. ,,2,,,,,.,2...,.,,., 1 86 Erickson, Arden M. -.. ,..,..... 2 ..., 274, 217 Erickson, Carl ........2. ...................,...... 2 10 Ervin, Lillian ...... ......, 2 24, 323, 340, 349 Erwin, Richard ..2..... ....2......,.2...22,,., 2 32 Erwin, William ........ ,,,,,.,,,, 2 18 Erwin, W. R. .....22 .,.,,,2 ,,,...2,2,2,,,,,, 2 2 24 Estes, Jeannelle ..,...,,..,2,.,...,.,,.....,,. 351, 360 Estes, Norma Jane .... 2 .......2 2 ...,,.,2 229, 347 Estes, S. J. Sweet .,.,....22 .........,.,2 2 41 Estey, Lura Jean .,22,2,,2,,2, ,,,,,,,,,- 2 63 Etter, Catheryn ..... 2 ........ ...........2... - 263 Euler, Patty .2.2.....2.... .....22........ 2 63, 347 Evans, Bill Jack ...... Evans, Billy W. ....., - Evans, Clister H. 2.2..22 Evans, Edward .2... Evans, Gary ...... Evans, Jean 2 222.. --2. Evans, Jimmy 22.. Evans, Nancy .... -.-22170, 210, 303 .---.----.241 .-.-..--.263 91 22.--ss, 90, 91 Evans, Xina ..,22.222222 2 22,,,,.222,222 2,2,,,, 8 8, 179 PAGE 399 Everett, Drucilla 2.... Everett, Hartsill ........22.. F Fagg, Joy J. ...2... - Fagg, J. L. ..22.2......... 22 .............. .- Fagg, Robbie Sue .2.......2....2. -.. Fain, James Joel ........2... 2 2.2.2...2,2.2. Fambro, Luther J. .....2222........22..... . 1 16, 1 17, 137 Fambro, Nancy .....22.2............. 128 Farkas, Shephen W. ....................2 - Farmer, E. Vanoy ...2....2. 192, 345 Farmer, Harold W. 22222...2...... 2 ...... . Farnsworth, Eva ..., 287, 317, 322 Farrell, Arlo ......2.......22 2 2222222222222222 Farrell, Harry C., Jr ...2...2.. 2.2.222222222 Farrington, Floyd 222...22222222,2,,2,2,222, 241,359 -.-..-..241 -.---2.328 224, 328 .---.-.-210 -22.22309 ..-69, 98, 307, 382 291, 328 288, 241 348, 350 .--...2224 336, 379 -.------263 -....2.321 -.-.....307 Farris, John .2...................... 90, 91 232, 303 Faulkner, King H. ........................ 202, 309 Fenley, George Ward ..... ........2 9 0, 263 Fenner, Johnnie ..2............... ....... 2 30, 347 Ferguson, Jean ...........,.2 2 ,.,..,2 ,,,,,---.,, 2 40 Ferguson, Joe Durwood 2..... ............... 2 92 Ferree, Jackie ..............................2. 224, 291 Ferrell, Anna ...,.2....,,2,.2, 2 ,2,,,,,-,-,2-,,-,,,-, 240 Ferrell, Martha Jo ......................2......... 240 Ferrill, Herbert W ..... 75, 116,118, Field, Alice ................... 2 .............2. Field, C. T. ................. - Field, Margaret Joan -- Fielden, Jack E. ......... . Fiessel, Harold C. ....... . 91 1 93 63 1 93 .--..--.264 -...---.264 64 340 Fincher, John A ........ .... 2 .......2., Fincher, Katherine Jo ....... -.- Fincher, Lovie Joan ......... 2..,,,,,,, Fincker, Vernon .......... 224, --...-..240 Findley, Billie Marie ..... 2 ,,.., 218, 320, 349 Finley, Bobbie Joe ..................2......,,,.,2, 224 Finnie, Rubye Jean ...... 22 ,.,2, 264, 340, 350 Fischer, Gilbert R. ........ 2 ...2....2..,.......,,- 75 Fisher, Estelle .......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,2-,2---,,,, 241, 356 Fitch, Marvin R. ...,.,,,2. 2 ,----..,.,,,,-----,-,-, 241 Fitch, Peggy .......... -2 -.-.----- 265 354, 359 Fitch, Thomas H. ..... . Fitzgerald, Bennie --..... Fitzgerald, Howard .....-- Fitzgerald, La Rue ..-..-. Flanigan, Connie ...... 2 ........ .2 .......-.... 210 65 1 3 7 2 -.-.-.-. 241 Flanders, Tommy ....-.-.-----.---------- ,-,, 2 41, 358 Flatt, David, Jr. .-... ---- .2 .............-.....-. 210 Fleming, Kathryn ..-.- -2 ------ 241, 324, 355 Fleming, Nell --- - ---.---------,,-,,,,-,----, ,------- 2 65 Fleming, Patsy Ruth --2 ----,-,,,,,---- 224, 340 -....-...2-265 Flemmons, Martin O. .--.-.. Fletcher, Roma Dee. -.-..-------- Flewelling, Ellen Lee ---- 2 --,,,,, .-......210 -2 ...-- 241 --.--.2265 Flook, Cecil .-..-.----------- ,,,.,,,-,,---,,--, 2 65 Florence, Jack ..--------...---------,-,,,-,, 2186, 358 Flowers, Helen Louise -2 ........ 193 348, 378 Flowers, Margaret Jane ---..----------,,,------,, 241 Flowers, R. A., Jr ...------ .-----,,,,,,,,-,,,-,-,--,, 2 41 Floyd, Margaret ..--..-.--.- 22 --------- Flyr, Mrs. Bonnie Almon ---.-.--- --...-..240 .-22.322 Fogleman,M1ldred -.--...--.---- .------ 1 93, 289 Ford, Ben B, -----------,,-,, 2 --,-.,,,- 2 Ford, Clyde A. ...-..... 2 -------- , Ford, Jack ..--...- Ford, Gene ......--.-... ...- 2 -----.-- Forehand, Shirley ------ 2 .------ Forrest, Jerry --.--.-- 2 ,,,,--, 2 5 1 86 .--....-22 5 91 ..----.-265 ....--..264 Forrester, Mary 2 .,.. 2 ........., .2.-2-..2--193 Forstner, Beth ........................................ 240 Fort, Letitia Ross Foster, Joyce Rhea ..... Foster, Kenneth ..... Foster, Lonnie 2 ..,. Foster, Louise ............. Foster, Mary ........ Foust, Charlotte ............ Foust, John Edward ,,..., 22 ,..., 2 ...,.,,..... 2 ......... 218 ...2........2O2 2...-..24o, 334 264 2..22.-374 264 5 5 ..........26-4 Fowler, Dolores Ann ........ ....,.......,. 2 65 Fowler, Franchelle ........ ....... 2 ........ 2 40 Fowler, Gene ...... .-. ................,.. .265 Fowler, Pat B. .... Fox, Ann .............. Fox, James .............- .....2.-...2229, Fox, Mary Emily .-2.-.137, 241, ..-2 .,...... 225 299 289 3 7 2-2.2265 1 360 265 Fox, Molly ................... 2 .....,................. Foxworth, O. ,..,........ 2 .,......,..... 202, 305 France, James W. .......................... 202, 305 Francisco, Florene ....... 2 ....................... 218 Francisco, John Thomas ...,.,....,............. 210 Francisco, Wynelle Jeane Frederick, Elsie .............. 264 346 346, 362, Franklin, Bobby ........... 2 ....................... Franklin, Dortha 22 ,.,. 90, 91, 232, 323, Franklin, Jeanne ,............................,,..... Franklin, Joseph ............................ 218, Franklin, Marilee .... ........... 2 18, 349, Frantz, Reuben ..... ,.,... 2 ....,...,.,.........., Frazer, Shirley .,... 2 ..,...........,......... Frazier, Glenn ......,...... ,....,..,,...... 1 79, 301 Garcia, Antonio Frederick, H. Weldon .... 193, 305, 314, Freeman, Bob ................................ 241, Freeman, Mrs. Dorothy Freeman, Earlyne ................ Freeman, Ross ..............,.. Fredrichs, Margaret ...... ......... 1 7 1 French, Thomas C., Jr. ..r..... ......... Fridclell, Clyde A. 2 ..... .2 Friedsam, Reva S. ....,. . Fuller, Bobby ........., Fulton, Tommy ....,... Furr, Ralph .........., -..-..222'iBf Furrh, Bobby ...... ...... ......... 1 1 6, Futrell, Toinette G Gafford, Charles Gagnard, Frank 317, 365 265 349 185 349 361 265 265 299 265 362 324 218 264 241 241 264 210 376 365 241 241 118 225 264 2332 Gale, B111 .,..1..,....., 2 ................. 179, Galleshaw, Ida ......., Gandy, Bob ......... 2 ..............r.... Gann, W. A., Jr.. ,,..,., . 241 116 2 .,,.............,. 225 Gannon, Lee ...1.. 22 ........ ................. 1 86 Ganoe, Francis E. ....... 22 .......... 193 334 Gantt, Ben Ed ....., 2 ..,.,... ............. 2 41, Gantt, Robert ....................,....... 2 .......... Gardner, Melvin ,,....... 179, 353 369 222..222264 Gardner, Shannon .............. ..... 2 ......... 2 32 Garland, Barbara Nell ..... ......... 2 65 380 Garner, Bonnie .............. .............. 2 65 Garten, Ladell .............. .............. 2 42 Garrett, Billie Marian .................. 202 Garrett, Carlene ............................ Garrison, Catherine ........ 194, 332, Garrison, Nelson ........ 2 .................. Garrison, Pat ,...,,,........,....., 2 .......... Gates, Thomas Virgil 222 ,..... 170, 378 2.2.2265 3 59, 366 242, ..2....326 179, 303 372 Gay, McDonald, Jr. ..,..... .................... 2 65 Gee, Nadine -. ....... ....... 2 2222. 229, 347 222.194 357 225 345 378 Geisert, Raymond E. ...........,.,....... . Gentry, Mary ..,....,..... 2 .... 2.242 287 George, James ......,...,............................. George, John E. ............................ 317 George, Mary Jo Straughan2 .......... 202 Gerber, Martin ,........, L ...., 2 ..,,..,..... Gerdmg, Jess L. ................. 2 ..., 22 Getts, Barbara ,,......... ......, Gibbs, Lugenia .... 2 ....... Gibson, Arthur .....,......... Gibson ....22179 3 1 202 378 242 ........265 , Billy 2 ...,.....,............ 2 ............ Gibson, Donald Ray .... 2 .... 2 .......... Gibson, Eleyce .... 2 ................ 23 5, Gibson, Orvalle H., Jr ............ ....... Gibson , Richard .,............ .......... 330 328 373 243 381 365 2.2-2243 Gibson, Ronald ............. Gil, Gilbert ............ Gilbert, John E. .... . Gilbert, Mary Jo ...... ............. ...... Gilbert, Sydonia .2 ...,,... o11es,Mefidefh A., Jr ..... ................ 2 02, Gill, Betty O'Gene ........................... 2 ' 137 Gill, Thomas .............. Gillen, Norman 2 ...,.... .-2222222202i Gilstrap, Robert ........ ..... 2 .......... 1 16, Glst, Martha ................. Glascock, Billy Jack .........2..... ........ Glaze, Gloria ................... Glazier, Charles Eugene ...... ............... Glazner, Una Grace .....2.. Gleason, William ......... Gleghorn, Stan ......,,.. Glover, Thelma 2 ......... .-2..264, -.-.22222Z5f Godwin, Elizabeth ..... 22218, 337, Gohlke, Franklin 2 2.......2 Goin, Weldon ...2..... ......................... Gooch, LeRoy ........ ......... 9 0, 91, 232, Good, Anjanelle 2 .................................. Good, Dixie Wayne ......... 2 ........... 265, Good, Leo Lewis ...... Goode, Robert ............... Goodman, Bonnie Jo ....., Goodman, Larry ....2...,.. Goodman, Martha ...... Goodson, Jo Ann. ........2. ..-QSEAQJ Goodwin, Nona Bob ....... .......---. Goodwin, Thomas D. ........................... . Gordon, Dexter Hamilton .................... Gordon, John .................... 22.186, 334, Gore, Hardie .......................................... Gore, Harold Ray .......................... 91, Gorman, Gilbert ....... 22 ...... 76, 364, Gorman, Louise .... Goss, Harry V. 2..2. . Gowan, Rosemary ......... Graham, Charles S. ...... . Graham, Curtis R. ,... Graham, J. Bryan ....... 2 5'22f2B2f 218 264 232 373 243 297 265 243 329 147 265 264 265 210 343 243 352 202 243 307 243 340 194 243 356 242 265 265 265 225 91 343 265 242 373 265 297 2 ............ 129 ...22299 ...22265 2222299 Graham, Jerry ..............2... ........ 2 02 Graham, Jimmie Lou ...... ........ 2 64 Graham, Louise ........... ........ 2 35 Graham, Robbie .................................... 242 Gramling, B. M. ............. 2 ........ 2 .... 2 ..... 91 Granberry, Clota .... 243, 325, 353, 360 362 Granberry, Jeanne ...2..............2 2 ............. 264 Granbery, Richard .........................2 2 .... 1 86 Grant, Ed .22............... 2 ...........2 1 94 Grant, Tom ...........2... ............. ......... 2 0 2 Grantham, Carole .............2.................... 264 Graves, Alice .... 2 ....... 2 ..... 2 ...... 2 ...... 291 Gravley, Eva .... 2 .....,. .....2 1 95, 324, 374 Gray, Alfred ....... Gray, Gara ............................ 2. ............. 243 PAGE 400 Gray, Jack, Jr. ........................ 171, 265, 344 Gray, Joyce ..................2.............2..... 69, 172, 186, 287, 336, 344, 375, 378 Gray, William S. ........2.............2...2. 91, 232 Greaves, Patsy Ann ...2 2 .......2,..2. 2 ,..2,2,22,2 234 Green, Charlotte .2.,....222,. .222.2243, 381 Green, Fay -2 .... 2 ....2.....22.2 ,22,.22,,2,2, 2 43 Green, Joy .........2...,. 2 2...........1.2,.,,,,.,,, 243 Green, James Randolph .....2.....2.....2.22.2. 186 Green, Jeanette ......2.............., 229, 327, 347 Green, Shirley .2.....2... 2 22..,,,2,,2...,,.,, 243, 355 Greene, Lavona .....,,,,,,.. ,2..,,2, 2 ,,.. 2 265 Greenwood, Joyce ..... 2. .2.......2. 2 .,,2 222243 Greenwood, Juanita ..2.. ...,.222 2 ,2., 2 02, 317 322, 329, 348 234 Greenwood, Margaret 2,,2 . 2.2.,,.,, 2222.2 Greer, John 2 2...22......222. Gregory, Leo .2.............. Greynolds, Guyle .... 22 Grider, Sherry ...2..2 Griifin , Billy Joe ........ 2-.222-.2..2--2....307 --2 ........ 2 ....2......, 243 2.2. 22...22..,.218 1 0 2.2 .... 1 79 GriHin, Clarence ....22. 2 .2....22 ..2.....2.....,. 9 1 Griffin, Don ......... ....... 2 2202, 503 Griffin, Gloria ....... 2 .......2.... 225 Griffin, James ....... ......... 2 .... 2 65 Griffin, Myrlene ............................2. 2 .... 242 Griffiths, Lewis 2 .222.. 2 ............ 203, 318, 328 Grill, Johnny ....... Grimes, Don 2.2 ...... 2. .....2............265 ..2......--2..242 Grimes, Elmer D. 22 .....2..2........2.......... 225 Grimes, L. A., Jr...22. Grisham, Ellen ..... Grisham, G. A. .... . Grochoske, Louis ........ .22 2... 222.2 18 ...2--...2..2...22 5 2 ..2. 2 2.... 22 5 2 ...... 2 .... 265 Grogan, Benny ........ 2 2........ ,....22.. 2 22210 Grogan, Harrold C. ....... 22.2.... 2 03, 307 Gross, Linda Loy .... 2 ........ ...2.... 2 65, 347 Grove, David ....2.2 ........ 2 18, 353 Grove, Philip .............. ......... 2 65 Grubb, Donald Lee ...... ................ 3 67 Grubbs, Laura ........... ...................2...... 2 65 Grubb, Margaret ..................... 2 ...2........ 326 Grube, Marilyn .............. 210, 287, 336, 379 Grundy, Glyn ........................................ 203 Grundy, J. Welton 22 ...... 2 ,................... 186 Grundy, Perman ............. ............2...... 2 10 Grundy, Robert ...................... 137, 242, 382 Gubbins, Ernest Richard .............. 218, 349 Guess, Roger R. ...... 2 ........ ........ 1 74, 315 Guest, Sue ............................ ...........2. 1 95 Guhl, Clarence E. .... 2 ..... 2 .....22 ......... 7 6 Guin, Ada ............. ....... 2 22 .... 291 Guinn, C. E. ...... ................................. 1 86 Guinn, Edwina ............ 2 ....................2. 264 Gunstead, Bill 2 ...... 2 2...... 22 .... 186, 373 Gunter, Jack ................ ........ 1 47, 264 Guthrie, Alice Anna .2....2... .2...... 2 30, 346 Guy, Pauline Ethel .2 ..................... 232, 358 Guynes, Nancy 2 ...... 2 2... 2 .............. 2 ...... 242 Guynes, William Paul .......2.... 203, 318, 328 Guyton, Bettie ................ 2 ..................... 234 ' H Haberger, Frank Joseph 22............22........ 243 Hackett, Bettye .............................. 173, 179 Hackett, Paul R. 22222 .........2... 2-..70, 78, 174,186, 369, 372 Hackney, June .2........................ 25, 291, 379 Hackney, Marie ...........2.......... 243, 351, 353 Hackney, Reva ...... 2 ........2....2.....2 2291, 264 Hackney, Ruth 2 ..... 2 ....... 230, 295, 347, 379 Hadsell, Jack ..... ........2......... . 218, 353 Hagan, Mary Howard ........ ...----------f 2 .243 Hagler, Shirley Anne ......,...,........A 243, 293 Hague, Barbara Ann .r.. 2 .................----- 243 Hailey, Dowell ....................Y................. 243 Hailey, Margaret Frances .,...............ff... 210 Hailey, Mary .....,.......... 2186, 350, 369, 378 Hailey, Patsy Jeane ...,................-a...r------ 264 Hale, Jim .222 ......... ....-... . 243, 297 Hall, Ann .....,...... -2 ,......-.. 265 1-1a11,Beme L. ..,.... .... .............. 3 0 9 Hall, Beverly ........-... ..f.....-.-------.-v-.-,--- 2 65 Hall, Constance .......,....... 2 .......... 2243, 357 Hall, Dorothy Anne. ...... 2 ....................... 195 Hall, Faye .,.... 2 ........... .......'... 2 30 Hall, Horace ............ .f.f....-.. 1 86 Hall, Kathryn .......,.. ........... ,.,,........... 2 6 5 Hall, Mary Lou ,............. 2 .....r...... 2242 346 Hall, Samuel R. ................ ..........,fY. 1 86 Hallmark, Leta Frances ....... ..,......f.... 2 42 Hallum, Aubrey ............ .....,... 1 37 265 Ham, Tex ..,..,,...,..... .....1........ 2 99 Ham, Mrs. Tex .................,,.................,. 295 Hamilton, Clardy B. . ....,.............. 2 -..f.... 203 Hamilton, Jane E ....,.. 88, 232, 330, 350 378 Hamilton, John .............. 2 ....,.V.1..r.......... 265 Hamilton, McNeil ....... 22 ,.................... 265 Hamilton, Willie Ann. ................... 218 320 Hamm, Pauline .....,,,................-............. 265 Hammack, Natalie ........ 176, 242, 325 356 Hammond, Don ..... 22 ...r.,..,...... 186 376 Hampton, Hope ....,, -2 .....,.....Y...,..ff, 265 Hancock, Marvin ..,,... ........ 2 66 Hanifen, Robert E. .,... ........ 2 42 Hankins, Joann ..... -2 ........ 243 Hanning, William .,,............ ........ 2 66 Hannon, Bill .................. 2 V....... . ........ 218 Hansen, Nels Johannos ...... . ..,..,....,... 243 Hanson, Lucy .....r,.............-.. 2-2. 2222266 266 Haralson,Mary Ann. .... 2 ............ 22 Harber, Teresa .....r........ Harbour, Claude O. ............... . 76, 186, Hardaway, Betty Sue ,,,,,,......,. Hardegre, Joe .... 2 .r...,, 364, 319, 373 361 2222267 222.243 Hardesty, Truett ...,. ...... ......... Hardin, Billy ............... 2211 2222331 Hardin, Robert .....,,.......... Hardin, Thomas Wayne ....... 2222267 Hardy, Bob .........r,............ ...,.. 2 43 303 Hardy, Gladys Day .,...,,. 2 ....,................. 211 Hardy, Louann ......r............. V....... 9 0, 330 Hargrove, Norma Jeanne ,....... ,........,. 2 43 Harkrider, Betty Ann ........... ..,r.... 2 67 Harley, John Richard .,...., ................, 2 67 Harman, Lyle .,...,,,.,......... .......... 2 ....... 2 11 Harman, Norma ............ 2 .............. 186, 317 Harmon, Carolyn ...,..,.,, 235, 291, 317 379 Harper, Emily Ann ...............,..........,..... 267 Harpold, Elizabeth ...,,...,....... 230, 347 365 Harrell, Carolyn .,,,..................,.,.....,..... 267 Harrell, Robert B. ,.... 22 ..,................... 243 Harrelson, Charlene ....., 2 .,..,,........ 195 332 Harris, Barbara .....,......... ........... 2 67 Harris, Charles ........,...,........ .....,...,, 2 24 Harris, Charles M. ..... 2..- ....,............. 266 Harris, Charles R. ..... -2 ........,. 243, 342 Harris, Edwin .......... .... 2 .. ....... 2 ....... 344 Harris, Ivan ,.....,,. .,.. 2 - .,........ ....,.. . 243 Harris, O'Neil .,.r,, .... 2 .218, 334, 348 Harris, Yvonne ........ .......,............ 1 95, 317 322, 325, 332, 373 Harrison, Billy J. ........... 2 ..................... 224 Harrison, Edwin Arlis 222 ..r......,. 2 ...... 211 Harrison, Jean .............. .... . . ......... 88, 235 287, 330, 378 Harrison, Patricia .........,.r...... 242, 293, 316 Harriss, Beulah ........ 2 .......1..............1.1.. 320 Harstrom, David ..... ........-..-..,..., 2 42 Hart, Donald ......., 222203, 318 Hart, James 2 ................. ......-5.- 9 0, 232 Hart, Joe Wesley ..... 2 ........................... 266 Hart, Ruby Louise ................... 2 ........... 242 Hartline, Jimmy ...................... 4213, 301 Hartman, Mary Ruth .... 211, 295, 324, 337 Harvey, Billye ..............,. .. .......V. 222266, 346 Harvey, Nina ........... .......................... 2 67 Hassen, Raja .,.... 1.....----.. 2 67 Hatch, Donald ................... 2 ......... 90 Hatch, Teddy 2 .......... 2 .............V.....-...-. 2 67 Hatfield, William ..... 4 ..... .. ................... 2 67 Hattenbach, Helena ..r. .22...267, 354 Hawkins, Aline ....... 22 .......... 267 Hawkins, Bobbye ............ ......... 2 42 Hawkins, Lennette ........,.... ......... 2 43 Hawley, Sara ............. 2 ......... ......... 2 67 Hawthorne, Jeanine ........... ................ 2 18 Hayes, Ina Mary ,......r. 2 ......... Hayes, Stanley J. ...,............. Haynes, Billy .,...... Haynes, Daisy ....,... Haynie, Bob 2 ........ ...... Hays, Anne ..2... 2 ........2........... Hays, Dolores ........ Heald, Mary 2 .............. 2 ............... . Heard, Dorothy .2.....r.............. 243, Hearn, Howard Wade .....,.. . Hearne, Billie Jean ........, 2222218 320 211 22.22267 7 9 243 2266 266 229, 546, 347 350 23 03 66 Heaton, Robert M. ............ ....2... 1 86, 363 Heddins, Lettrial ........ 2 2.....2.......2... 211 318 Helfley, Evelyn Ann ....... .....2....... 2 43 Heflin, Harry .,.....,,2,.2. ........,..2. 1 70 Hel1in, Leigh .............2...... ........ 2 66 380 Heighten, Marjorie ....., 2 .........,........ 91 267 Heldt, James 2 ...22,.r.2. .... 2 .......,.. 2 67 Helm, Julia 2........ 2 ........... 267 Hemby, Jack W. .............2.....2......2.....2... 243 Hemphill, Clarence 2g ....2..2,. H2243 360 Hemphill, Louis 22....2 2 ....2...2.2..2. 2299, 363 Hemphill, Marilyn ............. ............. 2 67 Henderson, Bob ..........2.......2.... .....2... 3 03 Henderson, Charles Wayne 2.........22......22 267 Henderson, James R. 2.222.,...2. 1 95 Henderson, Juanita ...............2 186, 295 Henderson, Martha Len ..2............. 175 29l,3l7, Hendley, Barbara ....2. H ....... Hendrick, Wayne 2,................ Hendrix, Joe 22 ......2.... - Hendrix, Nancy ..............2..2.. Heninger, Geraldine 2... 22 ,.... . Henry, Mary Kathryn Henshaw, Gloria ,2..,..,2. Henslee, Shirley .....2. Henzler, Bernard J. ..... . Herd, George 2.......... Herd, T. Jo .r,. 2 ...2...2. Herring, Ray ............. Herrington, Otis H. .....2,..2 . 326, 379 224 379 2.22 ........ .267 22222222179 Hendricks, Helen Lee 22..2.2r...,...... 322, 329, 22.222243 Hendricks, Charles ..........2..2.2.......2 224, 203, 353 317, 348 305 267 2222.22..243 2222.225 349 .222 ,,.,... 179 1 7 l 222iS9f 267 228 266 230 203 218 Herriott, Carroll F. ,.... 22 ............,.., 186, 334 Hersh, Betty ................ 2 ........ ........... . 243 Hess, Jack ..2...2...2...2.....2. 2 2.,.........2........ . 211 Hestand, Thomas Jackson .2 2......,. 266 Hetch, Bernard ..,.2.,.2...2...,,,,................ 242 Hickerson, Marcus R. 22.,.........., 22172, 175, 210, 309, 317, 329 Hickey, Dorothy ........2...2,. PAGE 401 222.230, 347 Hickey, Jack ............... Hickman, A. C. ..... ...2.. 2 Hicks, Claude E., Jr. 22 Hicks, Glenn ............. Hicks, J. M., Jr. .... . Hicks, Rodney ...............2 71211525 Hicks, Thomas L. ....,.,...... ....2......... . Hiett, Charles O. .... 2 .......... 2 ......... . Higgins, Bobbie Ruth High, Tony 2 ....................................2... Highfill, Dick ........ 70, 90, 91, 232, 311 203 266 195 340 218 365 179 210 242 2218 335 Hightower, Mary Joyce 22 ....... 2 ..... 243 355 Hightower, Mildred 22 ,.,,...., 222 ,,22222,,.,, 243 Hightower, Wayne ........ 116, 225, 301 382 Hildebrand, Keith ................. A ,.......... 266 Hildebrand, Mary Lou -22 ...... 2 .r,,.,,.,.... 267 Hill, Allan 2 .......... 2- .............2....2,.,..r. 267 Hill, Anne ............................................ 203 Hill, Joan -2.2 .......2. 2 ....,,,.2,2 229, 295 515 Hill, Joy ........... ........,.,,,.,,,,,,, 2 18 Hill, Lois .... 22 ......... .....2...,.,,.2.,2 2 67 Hill, Marion I.. .........2.,22 22 2.,,,,,,,, 301 Hill, Marjorie .............2..... .,.,,..,, 2 .,222.2 2 43 Hill, Maxine ............ 2 ......... 2 ......,.,, 267 Hill, Robert .................... 2 ...... I-Iilley, Constance Joan Hillman, George 2...., 22 ,2,..,. Hilz, Jimmie ...2.........2 0 2.2 ......,. 267 2.2.2210 267 Hlmmel, Joanne ..... 2 ......2...2..,,.222..22...,2, 267 Hinckley, Herbert ....2....2.....22. 2-2.22 2,.222 186 Hinds, Joyce Jo ADH., ,.,,,..22 2 ,,2.,..,,, 2230 Hines, Chester V. ....2.22.2 2 ,..,2,..2.,, 267 Hines, Margaret ....... 2 ............. 2 ............ 243 Hinton, James Douglas ,2...22., 22 ,2,,,,,,, 203 Hitt, Sara L. 2 .2..,2222222,,22 2 ,,,,,, 2 ,,2,,,,,.,.,,, 266 Hodge, Arthur ............2. 2 .,.22.222,,, 266 Hodge, Ernest R. ....2. 2 ..............,2..,.2,.2,.2, 243 Hodge, Glyn 2. .......2.. 2 ,,,,2..222 222 ,,.,,,,,, ,211 Hodges, Charles F ....... 22 222., ,205 305 Hodges, LaVerne ...2..22. -,2232 323 Hodges, Robert ,...2 222 ,....2.. ,,2,, 2 218, 552 Hodges, Wanda ......2 2 ,,.2.2,,,,, 266 Hodo, John L. ..2..,...2.....2 ,.,2,222.222.,,,2, 2 45 Hoes, Herbert ...... 2 2.....,,.2.,.2222,,,,,,,,,,, 318 Hoffman, Beryle .......2 2 .....,.,2 218, 287 378 Hogan, Patricia ...2..,2.2,,22.22,,2 2,2 2,,,,2,.,,,,, 2 66 Hogue, Wendell Bryan 2.....,2,. - ,.,2,2.2..,, 267 Hohertz, Avelyn ......... 2 ,,.,,,, 222229, 347 Hohertz, Bobbie ,,... 2 22222,22 22,.,,,,.,,,,, 2 67 Hohertz, Daryle ...... 2 ..r.,,, ,,222..... 2 43 334 Hoke, Roy W. .......2.............2..22,,,,...,,.2, 348 Holbert, Ann .........2. 222 2.....,. 2 ,2...,..,,.,,, 267 Holbert, Wilson ..... 2 2... 2 ...,,,.,, 2.,,,,,,,2 , 218 Holbert, Woodrow -22 .2,2.,2, ,,,,,,,,,,,2,, 2 18 Holbrook, Charles Ray ................... .88 Holcomb, Robmeta ........ 2 ..................2. 232 2225 Holder, Freddie ....2. 2 ..2....., 2 ,2.2,.,,,,,,,, 267 Holder, Helen Jo .. .... ,.2,,,,,2.... 2,22,,,,,,,,,, 2 4 3 Holland, George ..........,, 2 ...,,,,2222.,,,,2,,,,, 267 Holland, Henry ......2 22 ,2,...2 Holland, Virginia Caroly fl 22 ......... 267 Holland, Walter ........ 2 ...,.....,.2, 2 ,..22,,,.., 180 Holle, Billy 2 ............. 2 .,.,,,,, Holle, Donald .........2.22 2 ,,.,... 2 2.......... 203 2-22. ..... -21 1 Holler, Caroline 2,2 222,2,,,,, 22541, 3 7 8 Holler, Joe ...2........., H ,.,.22,, 22 ,,,,,,, ,180 Holliday, Dorothy ...... 22 ..2..............222..2. 244 Hollier, Mary Nell .... 222 ....... 2 ..2... 2 2,., 267 Holliman, Johnny 2222,22 2,2 2,-,,,2,,,-, 211 Holloway, Harold 2,,,,,,,,..,.2,..2. 222 ,,,,,,,, 186 Holman, David ........2.22 2 .2.22.2. 195, 317, 369 Holman, David ........22 22 ,.,.... 22 .2..2,,..,,, 372 Holman, Ruth Louise ....... 22...,2,., 3 31, 352 Holmes, Bethel ..,........ 2 ..,,,2..2,2,, 203 Holmes, B111 ..,..,.... Holmes, L. B., Jr. ,..... - Holmes, Lou .......... Holmes, Shirley ...,l,,,.,,,,,.. 244 244 266 2266 2222186 Holmes, Virginia .,......,,..... ,.,l.,,, Holsey, Bobbie Jeannine 66 Holsted, Polly ,,,...,..........,....,, 244 325 Honeycutt, Dorothy ..,.....,.,,,,...,,.. . 245 Hood, Eva 2 ..,,..,......,.....,...,..,...,...,, 194, Hood, Newman ......,..... 2 ,......,........ 91 Hopkins, Hammond W. ..... ........ 2 67 326 346 349 266 380 267 194 Hopkins, J. C. ..,......,,,,,,..,,....., ....,.,...., Hopkins, Kathryn ,...,..., 2 ......,.,...,....... Hopkins, Ruth ................ ......,. 2 25 Hopkins, Walter Jones ....... Hornsby, Jimmie ...,. 2 ....... Horsley, Frances .,.,,,, Horrocks, Billye ....... Horton, Julian .,,.,..,. 340 ..-.2..186 2222267 2222235 365 267 2222267 Horton, Richard A .... ..................... 3 43 Hosford, Ruth ......... Houck, Elbart .....,,, Houk, Joe F. ...... . 375 245 2.2.2267 2222187 Houpt, Maurice ,............... ,.,,..,..... 2 67 House, Nina Joe ..,..........,... ......,...,..,. 3 40 Houston, William R., Jr.. ,,..,......,... 218 344 Howard, Glenn .,..,,,.....,. 2 .....,. ..........., 2 18 Howard, Juanell .,..,.,.... ,.,..... 2 45, 346 Howard, Mary Lou .,....,.........,....,..,.,..... 268 Howard, Merrill ....,.........,.,...,....,..,v...... 245 Howdeshell, Jane ....,.. 22 ...... 211, 325, 386 Howell, Arnold ...... ,...........,........, 2 45 Howell, Betty ................................,....... 286 Howell, Harlan ......,,.... 137, 245, 382 Howell, Hewell H. ,...... ......,.,.. 1 80, 268 Howell, Jack ...,......,.,. ....,.....,.... 2 03 Howell, Jewel ,.... ....,..,....... 268 Howell, Jo ...,,....i.,.A...... 22 ..,..,.,,,,.. 225, 349 Howell, Joyce ,..........rr.r 2 ....... ...........r 2 68 Hubbard, William E. ...... ....,.... 1 94 Huber, Patricia ....,........... ..,......... 2 69 Huckabee, Allen .,,............... ....,,,1,...... 2 O3 Huddleston, Billie Ray 22 ..,........... 194, 345 Huddleston, Clifton M. ......,. ............ 3 01 Huclgins, Aubrey S. .....,,.,..., ,.,,.,, 2 45, 330 Huclgins, Billy ,.,.,.,.,.,. 2 .,..,.. ,.,....,.,1. 2 69 Hudgins, Gladys .,,,....... ...,,,,...1........... 1 80 Hudgins, H. Paul, Jr. .......,.................... 195 Hudgins, Jack W., Ji. ,.... .90, 170, iso, 305 Hudgins, Johnie ............,,....,...,.,,..1..,.... 269 Hudgins, Mary Nan. .,.,...,.,..... 235, 295, 330 Hudson, Helen .......,,,.., ..,,.,,..1...,,,..... . 203 Hudson, Martha Kate .,.......,,. 203, 318, 378 Hudson, Meyers ...,.......... ............... 9 0, 91 Hudson, Peggy .........,....,.,., ,1.,... 2 03, 289 Hudspeth, Jake ...... 2 ........ ..1......... 2 99 Huey, Bobbie Lee ..... ........ 2 69 Huey, Jo .,,.,,.....,,... ......,., 2 69 Huli, Jackie ............. .... ......... 2 6 9 Hulifhines, Clark ....,...,., .......... .......,. 2 6 9 Hufstedler, Joe Ross ......,. 2 ,.,.....,....,,. 245 Huggins, Chester J. ...r.. ........ 2 11, 335 Hughes, Arthur 2 ....,. ....,.,.,. 2 244 Hughes, Eleanor .,,,, 2 Hughes, James ...... .... 2 2 Hughes, Paula ,...,, Hughes, Roy ............. 69 .2..2.195 .2 ...., 2 ,...........,. .2268 Hughes, Tommy ..l.,...., 244, 349, 374 Hullfe, Doris Janice .,,..,., ,,.,.............. . 233 Hullender, Mariana .....,........,.,..........,..,. 330 Humphrey, William L. .............r..,r,,..,,.. 268 Humphreys, Anna Ruth ....... 244, 313, 324 Humphreys, Elaine ............,..,.. . .,.....,..... 351 Humphreys, Evelyn .,........ ............,.,. 2 68 Humphreys,Veleta .22 .... .2 87 Humphries, James ..... .,..,..,, 1 87 303 Hundley, Helen ....,. ,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,, 3 51 Hunt, Billie r,,,,,, 2 ,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 44, 356 Hunter, Joyce ..rr,,,.,, ,r,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,, 1 87 37,3 Hunter, Margaret ..,,.,, 22 ,.,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 69 Hunter, Pat ,,,..,,,.,,,,. 2 ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 269 Hunter, Thomas ,,,,,, ,.,,,,.,, 2 45 305 Huntt, Martha .22 .,.,,.,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 69 355 Hurlburt, Martha ..., ,,,,,,,,,,,-, 2 69 Hurt, Billie Frank ,,,-, ,2 ,,.,,,, 269 Hurt, Robert ,.,.,,,rr--, ,,,,,-.,,,,-,---.,,,,,,,,,, 2 45 Husbenet, Aileen .,,,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 245 Hutcheson, Ruth ...... ,,..,,,, 2 25, 287 336 Hutchison, Gene ,,,.,.,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-- 2 69 Hutmacher, William ....,,. ,,,,,,, 3 31 Hutson, Marie ,..,...,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 69 I Ingram, Betty Lou .,..... ,r.,,,,,, 1 95, 295 Ingram, Charles .,..,, ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,, 2 45 Inman, Mary .....,....r..,, .22 ,r,,, 2 ,,,, ,269 lnsall, Thomas Jess ,,.,, ,,--,.,,, 1 71, 268 Irby, Bob ,.........,..rr, .,,,r,r, 8 8, 233 Irvin, James .....,...... ..,.,...,, 2 68 Irvin, Mira Marie ..,r.,. 2 ,,,,, 229 Isbell, George ....,...,, ,,,,.,, 2 68 Isbell, Joyce ...l..... ,r,,,,r 2 68 Ivy, Tommy .,,.... ,,,, 2 2245 I Jackson, Carroll ...,...... ,,,,,, 2 11 Jackson, Dixie ....,..... rr,,,,,.,,,., 2 45 Jackson, Donald ..,.., .,,...r.,,,,r,,, 2 69 Jackson, Gloria ...,,.,........ .......,, 1 87, 295 Jackson, H. Sue ,,...,......,,-,,, ,,,.,,,.,,,, , 269 Jackson, James Thomas ,..,r,.,,,,,,,,,.,,-,-,, 245 Jackson, L. J. 2 ..... 2 ..,........,........,, 203, 328 Jackson, Martha ..,..,....,..,,..... 103, 245, 287 Jackson, Mary Jeanne .,,,,,.,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 269 Jackson, Samuel Franklin ,,--, 2 ,,,,..,..,,r, 303 Jackson, Violet Rebecca ,.,.....,,..,.,......... 203 Jacoby, Fay ,,.. .............,...... . 2 ,,,,,,.,,,,-, 269 Jacoby, Mae ..,.,I....,...,....., ....,, 2 69 Jameson, Benjamin F. ,.,. ,,,,,, 1 87 Janeway, Donald .,,.,,,,.,,,. ...... 2 03 Jarrarcl, Bill C. ..........., ,.,.., 3 09 Jarrett, Jerry ...,,..,. ........,, 2 69 Jarrett, Walter A. .... ,.,..,. 9 1, 269 Jenkins, Conley ,...,. 2 ..,,... ........,, 2 19 Jenkins, Doris Ruth ....... ,...,..... 1 95 Jenkins, Edwin E. ....,., ...,..,..,,., 2 25 Jenkins, Floyd .,....,. .,.....,t 2 11 329 Jenkins, Lyn Nell ..,......., ......r..r,,,,,.. 2 25 Jenkins, Mary 2 ,.....,.,,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,244 336 Jenkins, Merlin E., Jr ...... r...r,,,,,, 9 O, 91 233 Jenkins, Robert ,,.,r,,...,... .,....... 2 44 307 Jennings, Catherine .......... .,.. ...,....,, 2 4 4 Jennings, Mary Ann .....,,....,.,,...,...,.,.,... 269 Jeter, James ......,.....,.... 2 ..... 2 .......,..t.., 219 Jett, Betty Ruth . ...,lr.,............. 219, 340, 351 Jett, Granville L. ..., 2 ..,.....,, ................. 2 44 Johnigan, Marilyn ....... ,......... ....,,. 2 1 1 Johns, Dick .......,...... 2 ,....,.,...,... 195 Johns, Joyce .,.,...,..,.. .....,, 268 Johnson, Alice Dee ........ .......... 2 68 Johnson, Bane .,........... .,...,,,,......., 3 03 Johnson, Betty ............. .......,. 1 95 289 Johnson, Bobby F. ..... ..,........... 2 03 Johnson, Cecil ,,...., 2 ...,....... .....,.... 1 95 PAGE 402 Johnson, Charles ...... .,,,,22.,2,2,22,,,,,,,,,, 2 45 Johnson, Charles ..2,2,,, ,,..,.,,, 1 30, 137 268 Johnson, Charlotte ,,,,,,2 ,22,22,,,,.,..,2.-,,, 2 45 Johnson, Cone ,,...,,,,222.,2.,,2,,,,,,,,,,,,2,,,,1, 307 Johnson, Donald 222,r,,,,,,,,,,,22,,2,1,1,,,,.,.-,,. 245 Johnson, Doris ...... 187, 311, 344, 375, 380 Johnson, Dorothy ..22...222,,,,,,,.,..,,,.,,,,r,.,, 235 Johnson, Emmett R. ,,,.,,,,,..2,.2,,,,,,, 203, 369 Johnson, E. Viola ..........,..,,. ...,,2,,,,, 2 45 Johnson, Fredora Pauline ,,.,2,.,,.,,,,,,,, ,269 Johnson, Gilbert ...,...............,.,,-,,,,,, 91, 245 Johnson, Gloria Cornelia ,,........ 90, 91, 245 Johnson, James .2..............,2.....2.,2,,, 130, 382 Johnson, Joan ......,............2..........,,,.,,,,-, 269 Johnson, Johnny .,,..,2 2 ,,......... 130, 307, 382 Johnson, Kathryn Elaine 222.,2,,2,,2222, 91, 269 Johnson, Kenneth ..............2.........,, 203, 303 Johnson, Peggy ................. ,,,,,2,, 3 46 Johnson, Samuel ..... 2..,2.,, 1 80 Johnson, Thomas ...... 2.....,, 2 69 Johnston, Bettie 2.2.. ,,,22,,, 2 45 Johnston, Fannette .... .......2,,, 2 24 Johnston, Jean ........2.,2..,..2.... ,...... 2 11, 289 Johnston, Mary .............2..2..2........,, 224, 291 Jolley, Ellis ............. 222.2 2............,..2..,. 269 Jones, Alvin ,...2,......2. ........., . 269 Jones Beverly Janis 2r..2 ......, 2 69, 374 Jones, Bobby .............2 ....... 2 10, 324 Jones, Bobby M. ........ ....2..22.. 2 45 Jones, David Wilson 2..... ...r..., 2 44 Jones, Donald ......... ...... .............. 1 8 0 Jones, Flozelle ...................... 79, 269 Jones, Irwin, Jr. ..... 2 ................22.. 203 Jones, Jack W. ....... 222.244 Jones, James ........ ...2.... 2 68 Jones, Jo Ann ...... ..................... 2 68 Jones, LaRue ........ .......2................ 2 44 Jones, Lee ......2.... ,....2... 1 72, 203, 329 Jones, Margaret ,2......22 2.......I...... 9 2, 233 Jones, Mary .............. 2 .....2. ........... 2 44 Jones, Mary Beth ............. ........ 1 87 Jones, Mary Elizabeth ..2..2. 2....22.... 2 68 Jones, Norma B. ............ .. ........ .235, 358 Jones Jones Jones Jones , Sharon Kay ...,222. , Patsy ............ 2 .2........2............2.... , W, A. .2,,,,,,,,,,2 2 , Waymon ....... 22 .,,. 268, 347, Jordan, Ann ........ 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Moseley, Carol ..,,....,. Moseley, Elna ....,. Mosely, Ann .... Mosley, Jaynie ..,. . Mosley, Jo Ann ,...... .,..... Mosley, Otis ,,..,,.. L.. Mosqueda, Lily ,,,., Mouser, Bill ,....... Mouser, Gene ....., Moye, Ollie S. ...., r Moyers, James ...... Moyers, Jimmie ,,... . .,...... .. Muecke, Norman ..,,......f... Mulkey, Gwendel Durwood 212, 212, 2477 Mulkey, Waymon H. .... 2 ...,-....,--- . Muller, Clyde .....,...........,.. Mullinax, Arthur Joe .... - V....,. . Mullins, George ....,,.., 213, Mullins, Joe B. .,,,. ....,,,... -.---- - Munson, Sarah .... A-. Murdock, Gloria s..., Murphey, Glenola . ..... ..-. Murphy, Joan .................... Murphy, Leslie Doyle ..., L- Murphy, Mary Jo ........, ,-.....188, 229, 273 273 289 303 247 235 291 273 289 272 340 212 309 363 195 272 272 188 353 247 247 272 297 273 361 295 273 307 273 Murray, Mary Ann .............. ....... 1 95 Murrey, Roland ....................... .... Myers, Allen ........... - ......... Myers, Carolyn ............ . . Myers, Mrs. Dorothy ,..... Myers, Douglas R. Myers, Edwin Don Myers, Jeanette .......... Myrick, Lonnie ............. Mc y x 374 293 205 180 273 220 220 247 ..-.....,188 .....-...380 McAbee, Robert M .......... - ..................... 219 McAfee, Marjorie .... ,... 247, 375 McAlister, Margery .. ....... ............ 1 95 McBay, D. Joy ................ ............ 2 12 McBee, Anna Jeanne .................... 227, 333 McBee, Jean T. ...................................... 137 McBurnetr, Marion Sue ........., 248, 293, 337 McCann, Virginia Cherry .............. 187, 319, 359, 361 McCarty, Ernestine .... ..- ..................... 234 McCasland, Helen ......... ............ 2 48 McClanahan, B. Frank .,.... . .... 116, 301 McClellan, Shirlie ....... ............ 2 19 McCleskey, Marilyn .. ......... 271 McCleskey, Orby Tye ........., McClesky, James Carl ..... - ......... McClintock, Beverly ............... McClintock, Dan ...... L ......... McClish, Adrian ............ McClung, Marjorie ......, McClure, Joe .............. McClurkin, Penelope .,,. McConnell, Betty Jo .....,, McConnell, Pat .............. McCorcle, Mary ...,.... McCoy, George E. .... . McCoy, Troy ........ .. ...... ..... - . ,......, 248 1 2 230 .........204 88 88, 93 .......2l9, 271 271 248 180 349 91 271 McCreless, Janelle ......................,......... 271 McCullar, Sandy .... ..... L ............... 7 0, 76, 175, 307, 315, 373 McCulloch, Marillyn ..............,........,..,.,. 320 McCullough, Joann ..........................,.., 195 McCune, Richard A. ....... L ........ .... L .... 1 95 McCutcheon, Alleen .... . L ............ . ..... .... 2 71 McCutcheon, Gloria ....... ........ 2 49, 374 McDaniel, Barbara Jean ........................ 271 McDaniel, Carl .,..........r......,.. 204, 318, 329 McDaniel, Jean ................ ....,........... 2 12 McDonald, A. Charles .... ...... 2 76 McDonald, Anne ............ ...... 2 71 McDonald, Charles W. ..... ...... 2 64 McDonald, Edward Ray ........ ...... 1 95 McDonald, Frank .......... f ....... ...... 1 95 McDonald, Franklin ........... ...... 3 48 McDonough, Alice Pat ..- ......... ......... 2 70 McDowell, Fred L. ....... - ........ ......... 2 70 McDowell, Joyce ........... , ....... ...... 2 71 McDowell, Roy ............. ............. 2 71 McElhany, Barbara .r..... ................ 2 49 McElligott, Anna ........ ........ 2 19, 337 McElwee, Nancy Lou ...... ............. 2 71 McEnturlT, Roy E. ,.,. ,.219 McFarland, Peggy ......... ..... . 264 McFarlin, Thomas J. ......., , McFatridge, Ellna ............ L ....... McGaughy, Ralph Conrad ....,., McGee, Alice ........................ ........ 22.249 .,....249 ......271 H249 McGee, Betty ..................... ............. 2 49 McGee, Betty .............. ........ 2 71 287 McGee, Carl Newton ...... ................ 2 71 McGee, Fred ........................................ McGehee, Dorothy ........ --....249, McGehee, Leona Jean ...... ................. McGehee, Max L. ....... . McGill, Howard .,..... McGraw, Dell .......,.,. McGuire, Lunella ........ ff.'f2'27',- .-195 356, 373 .,271 -212 ...-..-.271 351, 361 Mclver, Robert Gene ......... ........ 1 87, 303 Mcjunkin, C. Elizabeth .- .......... 1 .......... 227 McKay, John ............ .. .................. .219 353 McKay, Mary Frances Wood,.187 317 320 McKelva, Elbert D. ........ L .................... 368 McKinney, Eugenia Ruth ...... .......... 2 48 McKinne ,Richard J. Y .,,..,,... McKnight, David ........... - ........ McKnight, Joyce Elaine M2 ....,. . McKnight, William G. .,--.,227 30 ,,.-..248 ,.....194 McLain, Bob - .................. ...... 2 72 McLain, Jack .- ..... ....... ............. 2 7 2 McLain, Mary Ann ...... ..............., 2 72 McLarty, Mancil ....... ....... 2 19 349 McLaur1n, Beth .......... ............. 2 72 McLaurin,Virginia L. ..................,,...... 204 McLemore, Clark ............ H .................... 187 McMahan, Juanita ...... 22.204, 328, 351 McMahan, W. Leon .............,..,,........... , 213 McMillian, Horace ....,... W ...,..... ,..,.. 1 94 McNamara, Mary Janetta ...... .,r..,... 2 73 McNeely, Fredda Dale L.- .....,............,., 273 McNeill, Katherine ...,,,......,,,....., 233 326 McNeill, Ned ......,. 116, 120, 227, 381 382 McNutt, Lane ...........,.,.,....,...,,,.....,,,,,,., 248 McNutt, Wayland .r..., 7 v,.......,. 219 297 McPherson, Glenna .... ..........273 McRae, Mae ............. ..,,,, 2 73 McSpadden, Betty ..,.. ,,..,,.,,, 2 48 McSpadden, George .,..........,,,..,.r,,,,,,,,, , 273 McSween, Colin ..,....,,,,..., 2 ..,,,,,,,,, 226, 299 McWilliams, Carolyn 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--,-, 557 N Nabors, B. C. ..... r,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-,-, 2 2 0 Names, Art ..........,. 2, ,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,-,, 343 Nance, James R. .... ,-,,,,, 8 8, 233 PAGE 405 Nance, Mary Joe ,Born .,,.,, ,,,,,,, 2 73 Nance, Warren ,,,,,,,,,,,, ------- 2 73 Nanny, Don ,,,, 2 ,,,,,, ,,,,-, --w--, 2 7 5 Nation, Lewis ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,--,,,,------------- 2 49 Nation, Marvin r,,,,,,,, 2 ,,,,-,-,-,,,,,,,--- 275 Nations, Thelma Fay ,,,,,,,,,,,, 226, 340, 377 Nauman, Arthur ,,,,,,.. -,,,,,,,,,,,-,, 2 -,274 Neal, Billy Nan ,,,,,, ,------------,--, 1 95 Neal, Joanne ,.,,,,, --,,,,,,,,,,,------,--- 3 3 Neal, Leonard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 2 ,,-,,,-,, 249, 307 Neal, William A. ..,,.,,,-,,,,,,,,, 195, 307, 373 Neale, Billy R. .......... 70,80, 173, 303, 314 Neale, Martha Lou ,,,,,,-,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79, 274 Neary, Helen Patricia ,,,,,-,-,,,,,-,,,,,,,,, 2,--249 Needham, Laverne r,,,,, .,,-,-- 2 26 Nelson, Charles ,...,,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 3 Nelson, Mrs. Janice ,,..,,,, ,M , ----,,,-,,- M213 Nelson, L. A. ,.....,,,,,,,, .4 ,,,,.,,,,,,, 106, 314 Nelson, Mary Lon ,,.,,,,,, U -,,,,- ,,,,,-,-,- 3 41 Nerren, Gwendolyn ,,,, ,H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, 195 Nesbitt, Robert D. ,,.,.,...,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,., M2 20 New. Colera .... 1 ............ 196, 324, 350 373 Newberry, Bill ,,,,, ,1,--,,,,,-,-,,-,,,,-,---- 2 13 Newberry, Jean um -,,.,,,,,,--,--, --274 Newby, Mary ,,,,,,,,r, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 1 ,274 Newell, Jacqueline ,,,,,,,,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,---,, 27 5 NUWSOHL JOY ---------- - ........... 275 340 Newton, Sarah ..... ,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 75 Nichols, Ralph ,,,,, ,,-,,--,,-,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 05 335 Nichols, Rhea ................ 137, 196, 299 382 Nicks, Edgar .22 ..,,,,,.,.,,,,11,,,,.,,-,,,,,-,-,,-, 249 Niendorlf, Anita Williams 1, ,.,.,,,,,-,,- nu 91 Niendorff, James R, ,,,,,,,, -,,,--,,-,---,-,, 3 52 Nivens, Mrs. Evalyn ..,, ,,,,,-,, , 220 349 Nixson, Charles A, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,-,,-,,, 2 49 Noble, E. B. ......,r. ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,-,, 2 05 305 Noel, Bobbie - ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 30, 355 Noel, Reuben L ,..,.,,,.,..,,,,r,,11 ,,,.,.,,,,-,-, 2 49 Noland, Kathleen ..... - .,,,,-,,,,,,,,, 196, 337 Noland, Philana ..,,-.,,,-,--,--,--,,,,,,,,, 249, 356 Nolen, Raymond R, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,-,,,,,2,,- 213 Nolte, Harold Eugene r.-- .... 249, 299, 373 Norman, Martha .,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,11,,,,,,,1,,,-,- ,,,- 2 75 Norman, Tommy ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,-- 1 96 North, Charlene ...... ,,,, 9 1 Norton, Charles ,,,1,, ,,-,,,, , 27 5 Norvell, Gloria 2,2 1,,,,1,,,,,--,, 205 Nunez, Carold ...,,,, 2 ,1,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 243 Nutt, Richard O Oakley, Bette ...-..,69, 116, .,......275 Oates, Tommy H. ........ 197, 334, 342 Obets, Anette Oblander, Lila Jean ,,,,,,,,1 2 ,1,,,,,,,,, Ochsenbein, Patricia O'Connor, Mary Ann O'Daniel, Algene O'Daniel, Donna ..,. O'Dell, Perry ...,,., O'Donnell, Gene O'Glee, Carolyn ...... O'Glee, John ......... Oglesby, Shirley ....., O'Grady, Bill ,...... Oldham, Jonette ,,,,,,,,,,,, 121 363 248 275 ....--..173 --.W-...........275 361 248 274 2376 ..274 2274 .............-147 .-.---.....-......91 248 226, 317, 323 Old ham, Lvon ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 88 Oldham, Louvenia ..... Onstead, Bobby ...... -- ----- 249, 323 O Reilly, Mary ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,-,,,,---,,,,- - - Oringderlf, Melvin Leo Ormes, Ray .,.-,-,,,,,,, -,,-,,,, .........220 349 358 325 274 213 353 249 Ort, Jack ......... 2 .....,...,.. Orr, James H. ..,.. 2 .,-.,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,, 2 Orr, Paul G. .......... Orth, Stanford Orvill, Wanda 353 2222220 2222275 249 354 2.22.2 49 Osburn, Ruth ..... .,,.,..,.,,,,,,.,..,,,,, 2 27 350 Otts, Mary Lou ......,,.a.,., 249, 291, 336, 357 Outon, Helen ......,,,.- 2 ,..,., 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,A 275 Overall, Juanita Lyane ...,,,, l,,,,,,, 2 75 Own, Billy Lee ,.,,,..,,,,...,, ,,,,,,,4 2 27 Owen, Gene ............,.,.. ,f ,.,,,, 37 2 Owen, Hazel La Nell ...,........,,.,,.,,.,,,,.,, 275 Owen, Geneva .,.,,.,, 2 ,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, 2 2,197 317 320, 322, 336, 379, 380 Owen, Harry Joe ,,,,.-,,,....,A..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22205 Owens, Patricia ,,.... 2 ..,,,.,,, .,,,,.,,, 3 36 P Pace, Joanna Ruth ...... 2 ,,,,, 90, 233, 337 Packer, Gilbert Lee .,..,.. ,.,,.,,.,,, 2 05, 301 Padgett, Betty .....,.,. ,l,,,,ll 22213 Painter, Jerry .........,.,......,,,,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 197 Painter, Mary Jane ,.-,,,,,,, 2 ,,,,,,..,.,, 249, 340 Palmer, John ......,., 2 .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, 2 2,275 Pannill, Jesse ,-.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 22 ,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 22213 Pardue, Rayworth E. .....,.. 2 ,..,,.,,.,,.,,,,,, 213 Parish, Royce 22 ,,,.- 2 ...,,..,.,,.,.,,, 22188, 197 317, 322 354, 362 Parker, Mary Sue 22 .,..., 2 .,....,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 275 Parker, Wallace ...., 22 ...,..r.,,,,.,..,,,. 249 Parks, Betty Jo ..,..,. ,,,,,,,, ,249 Parks, Bill .,......5., 2 .r.,,,,,,,,,,, 91, 205 Parks, Nelda ....,.,.v-,,.,,,.,,,.,,., ,,,,,,,,, 2 87 Parmele, David ....,,,...,... 2 ....... ,...,.,.. 2 48 Parr, Robert ....... 2 ,,.,,,.,, .,,,,,,,, 1 88 Partain, Joanna ...,..,..., 2 ,..,.....,,.,,,.,., 230 Partain, Loyd G. .........r,,.. ,,.,... 2 05, 397 Partain, Robert Thomas ..,., ............ 2 05 Partney, Bobbye Jean .... 22 .,...... .,.,..... 2 75 Parton, Charles W. 2 ,..,... ......... 3 40 Pate, Henry A. ....... 2 .......,. .,,..,,,r 2 05 Patrick, Kerney C. ---, ,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 2 75 Patrick, Olin .,...,.,.....,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., 2 05, 335 Patterson, Barbara Anne ,.,........,,, 197, 289 Patterson, Billy G. 2 .,,,,.-.,, ,,,,.,,,.,., 2 48 Patterson, David N. ........ 205, 345 Patterson, Placida ,... ,,,,,, , , .,,,, 248 Patteson, Betty Jo .... .,,..... 2 74 Pattillo, H. C. .....,.,.,.. ,..,..... 1 97 Patton, Billy J. ,....,,..,. .......,...... 2197 Patton, Margie Nell .rr,.. .,,... . 1248, 324 Patton, Virgil ............... ,,,,.,,,..,, 2 27 Paul, Betty ,......,, ....,... 2 27 Paul, Emilio ,.,.s..... -2 ......, .274 Payne, David G. .... ,.......,. ,,,,,,.. 2 4 9 Payne, Joe Dan .,.. .22 .....,.. .......,. 2 74 Payne, Robert ............,..., 2 ..........,.,..,..... 235 Pearce, James W. ..,..... 2 .,........... 212, 358 Pearce, Lawrence Ray ............................ 366 Pearce, Pat .........,.......... 249, 291, 336, 356 Pearce, William E. .........,,...........,...,.,.,. 188 Pearman, Shirley ..... .,,...............,..,... 1 88 Pearson, Ben ....,...... Pearson, Billy Joe 2222.205 222.205 Pearson, Bob ......, 2 .,,.....,......,.......,,,.,.. 197 Pearson, Grover .... ...,......... 2 ....., 2 27 299 Pearson, Jean .....,..... 2 ............. 230, 346 Peck, Carol Ann ....... ,..... ............. 2 7 4 Peden, Helen ........ ............. ......... 2 2 9 Pedigo, Jimmie .... 2 ......... .......... 2 75 Peel, Robert ............. 2 ..... 180 Peery, Mary Glenn ,...,. 22.340 Pelham, James N. .,.,,,..,.,.,,,,,.,,,, 2205, 358 Pelham, Wanda ...,..,,., 2 ,,,, 2 ,..,..,, 2212, 358 Pender, Martha ..,,.22.,,.2....2,,,2,22 88, 233, 330 Penker, Maudie L. ..2.., 2 ,.,.,2.,,..2, 2 ,...,2,22 372 Penket, William L. .... ,22r.,.,, 7 3, 173, 372 Penn, Marjorie .,2...,2. Pennal, Bill 2...... 2 ......... Pennington, Edwin L. Pennington, Kenneth C. ,... - Peppard, Carl 22 ,,,,...2, Pepper, Clif-lord ...,.2.22l Pepper, Mrs. Janelle .... Pepper, Jimmie ....... Perdichi, Angela .... Perkins, Alice ..2.2... Perkins, John E. 2 ........ Perrin, Lois Earline ..2....,,.2,.2 Perry, Billy Wade .......2 Perry, Roger Lee ..,.. Perryman, Pat ..2..,... 22.22180 188, 348 5 .2..22-22.22188 222275 96 22.275 ...........2196 22 .1.....22 249 222222.22205 2 ........ 233 2.22...222205 1 1 J 369 361 275 2 ...,............ 2227 2222.2.2.249 Pertyman, Ray 2 ................2....2.. 2 .2..r,, 2275 Perryman, Sue Ann .,,...,2,,.,..2,..22..,2 71, 107 175,188, 291, 313, 395 Perryman, Willa Grace ...........22.22........ 275 Peters, Lowell D. 2.....2..2,...,2,,.,,,.,,,.,.22 22220 Peterson, Margaret ....2......2....... 22 2,.2 2275 Peterson, Paul .,.......... 2 2 ......222.2...22.. 3 80 Petrie, Patricia ...... ,,,,.,222,,,,.,, 2 49 Petsick, Jessie F. .... ....... 2 22........ 2 74 Pettit, Calvin 1,,.2... 171, 249, 307 Petty, Clarice .2 .,..... .................2.... 2 74 Peveto, Sidney K. ........ 180, 321, 322 Pflug, Gene .... 2 ...,....2..... .................,, 1 96 Phelps, Marion Russell ..... ......... 2 74 Phenix, Velma Maxine ..... ...2.......... 2 188 Phillips, Billie Ruth .2..., ,,,,,,,,,2,2,,,22,, 2 30 Phillips, Billy .22........2.2 205, 317, 328 Phillips, Constance ............................. 2227 Phillips, Jeannine ..............2.......,.......2. 213 Phillips, Lucille ............ 233, 317, 322, 377 Phillips, Oliver O. ..2222..2......2.,,222,2.22.2.., 275 Phillips, Richard Elgin ............,.......,.., 318 Phillips, Robert ........2.... ...2.... 1 96, 334 Phillips, Ross F. ,.......... .........2...... 2 74 Pickard, Charles ............,. ,... 2 ....,..... 2 49 Pickens, William H. ..... .2...... 2 05, 303 Pickett, Lydia Ann ...... ............. 2 35 Pickrell, Janie 2..... ...........2.... 3 41 Pickrell, M. G. ...... 2 ..... 22.212 Pickrell, Sue ..2.. ...2.......2..22 2 49 Pierce, Ben ........2...... ...2... 2 ...,..2... 1 89 Pierce, Joe ..,.,.2......2.,............ 205, 318, 328 Pierce, Johnny Ruth ...... ..22.....22.....2.2 2 75 Pierson, Nolan ..........2. .... 2 2 ..22..2. 248 Pilcher, Frankie ..22 ..2... 2 75 Pilson, Patricia .2.... ....,. 3 64 Pina, Omelia ..... ...22..... .2...2.... 3 4 6 Pindale, Jean 2.2.,... - 2 ..222.22...2.2 91, 2.75 Piner, Edith Lou ....... 222222227 5 Pinkerton, Jane .22.2. 2. . 2 222.2.. 90, 275 Pinkerton, Vivian .2.... 2.....,.. 2 2275 Pipkin, Williams L. ....,.,.2. 222.275, 380 Piraino, Virginia Mae ..22...... ...,.......2. 2 74 Pitchford,Roscoe A. .... 22 ....... .......... 2 13 Pitman, William D. ....2.. ....... 1 80 Pittman, Betty 2.......2.222.2.22.... 2 22.. 227 Pittman, Mary Catherine Pitts, Grady L. 2..........2..22.2. Pitts, Robert W. Pitts, Thomas 2................ Platt, Patsy .........2... 2 ......22.. Plummer, Mack Pollard, Johnnie Pollard, Marjorie ......2......2... PAGE 406 222.274 222,213 222.227 2.22274 2.222.274 2 ......2. 22248, .248, 324, 360 380 Pollard, Marvin ......., 2 ,..2.,. Pollard, Walter ..2..2 Pollock, Jimmie ..,2,,,,,.... 233 2222.248 2-222.249 Pometti, Dolores M. ..22 2 ..........2..2..22 91, 249 Pond, Linda Grace ........2...,,,.,2,,.,,2,..,,.,, 275 Ponder, Don ....2.2...,,,, 2 ,,.,.., 2 .,2..,,,,,,222, 137 Pool, Bill ......22..... .22 ..2,,,,2,22...2,2.,,22,, 249 Porter, Anita 22...,,,,,,2.,2, 249, 325, 356, 373 Porter, Barbara ...22.2..,,,2,,.2.,, 2 ,,,.,2,2,2,,2,2 275 Porter, Emilenan .,2,2.,,2.,.2,,222,222,,,, 220, 37 7 Porter, Rosanne Larue 2 ......2.22.. 22220, 320 Porter, Suan .......,2.......... ,.....,2.,,,.,,, 2 49 Porterfield, JoVan ...... 2...2..., 2 49, 362 Pounds, Jack W. 2.......,. . Powell, Elizabeth ...,.,. 2 2,2,,,2 Powell, Esker Gene ....... Powell, Jack ,..2... 2 ..2...2..22.. 22222213 .2.2...22189 2 ...2.. 213 Powell, James .....2.2222. 2 2,..,,,,..22,,,,,2.,2,.2,, 27 8 Powell, Nancy Elizabeth .....222 213, 289, 322 Power, A. G. ..........2. 22 2......2..2.22.2..2..,.2 197 Power, Patsy Jean 2.2. 22 22.2.,22,2.,2,,..,....,. 275 Prafka, Nancy ..... Prater, Doyle ........ ...2227 5 .222205 Pratt, Jerry ,,,2..,,..,.22, 22 ,,2,,2,,,2,222, 299 Pratt, William H. ....2. . ...... ....2..... 2 05 Pressly, Ronald .....2..2...2..2 2 ..22.2...2.,... 275 Presswood, Betty Colleen ,.,,222,,22, 275, 346 Presswood, Jimmie Dale ...... ..22.2,.22.2, 2 74 Price, Carl 2 .......... . .2,222.. ........22... 2 49 Price, Othal Ray .......22.2.2 22 ,2.,22 248 Price, Vincent ........22........... ....,.2.2..., 2 48 Price, Wallace ..,.. 2 .......222.,..... 248, 307 Priddy, Bettie ..,2.1..22. ............2222 3 09 Priolo, Leo ..... 2 .............. ,,.....2 2 13, 318 Prior, Rex .........2 2 ......2...2...........22 180 Prior, Robert ..2..... .222 2... 2365 Pritchett, Leonard 2....... 226, 35 3 Prock, Mack .......... ...........2. 3 69 Proctor, Bill M. 2... 2.......2....22..2..2..... 1 89 Proctor, Jewel T. ......,...........,.,...,..2...,.. 274 Pruitt, Howard Ray 2......2 137, 197, 299, 382 Puma, Maurice J. ..........................2....... 189 Pumphrey, Nadine ....2 2 .,.......2...... 2 2...... 197 Purgason, Betty Joan ,...2.... ....,........... 2 74 Purvis, Marjorie ........ 2 ..........2....,2. 220, 365 Putnam, Joann ....,.... ........... 2 213 Pye, Jesse C. 2..2........2.... ............. 2 74 Pyeatt, Ruth Dale .... 2 .................. 220, 377 Pyle, Gordon ........... ............. 2 48 Pyles, Joyce ...........2.2..2. .......2. 2 75, 374 Quisenberry, Mona .2.... ......... 2 06, 295 Rabbe, Walter ..........,.... Rabe, George M. .2... 2 ..... . Rahal, Peggy ...,... 2 .......... 2137 -2.222.22-342 .2.22...22.22206 Rainey, Mildred 2....2..2 222206, 328, 341 Rains, Edna Earle ....2......2.................... 220 Rains, Helen Leona ........2..................... 275 Rakestraw, Mrs. Sammye L. ....2. ....... 3 20 Ramer, Jimmie Ann .... 2 ......... .... 2 .275 Rampley, Bruce ...................... ....... 2 20 Rampy, Sammie ...... 2 .................. 197 Ramsey, Curtis .....2......... .............. 7 1, 197 Ramsey, Henry ..... 2 ........2.....,......... 22.226 Ramsey, Norman Albert ........ 220, 344, 349 Ramsey, Penrod ....... 2 .22....2.................-. 303 Randals, Christina ..2.. 2-22249 Ratliff, Wanda B. ........ - Randles, Billy .....,......,,,..,........,......V.... Randles, Joanne ......,.,.,......,,............... 295 Randolph, Hazel ....,..,.... 220, 249, Range, John ...l..................,,..,............V.. Ranieri, Rudy Lawrence 197 Rasor, Robert ..................... ................ Ray, Billie Gertrude ............ 249, 291 Ray, M. B. ........... - ....A.. . Ray, Walter C. ...... . Rayzor, Richard ...,... Rea, Glenn Ed. ...... , Read, Woodard Reames, Bob F. ...................-------. . Reavley, Ruth Reddy, Richard ,.. Reding, Virginia .... Redmon, Jonel ...,. Reece, Dorothy Reed, Buster ...........A. Reed, Emma Daisy .,,... Reed,Ima Ruth .......... Reed,Jenny Ruth ....,,,, T. ,.,.............. ...... . 220 116 71, 233, 326 189 1 3 fiifsi Reed, Joan 1.............. - .....AA -.------ Reed, Robert ..1....... Reed, Warren E. ..,...... - .........303 Reese, Nannette . ..,..... 1- ........ .--.---- - -- Reese, Patricia ...,. 21- 1 Reeves, Joan ....-.... Reeves, Robert ..... 116,121 Renfro, Ray .......1. ..,.A.A. 226 220 313 275 381 275 275 357 249 220 307 307 352 121 379 345 329 233 275 145 275 276 181 276 276 314 326 276 277 277 137 Reynolds, Harry ...... ..........---------- 2 77 Reynolds, Hugh ......,... ------- 2 26 Reynolds, Kenneth .....- ------- 2 77 Reynolds, Ray ........ ------- 2 97 Reynolds, Shirley ........... ------. 2 77 Rhea, Knox ........1..... - ......... ----,-- 1 97 Rhea, Mary Anne ......... -.----- 2 97 .,.-....212 Rhoades, Billy Jack ,....,. Rhodes, Bill .,,,.....r......,.. ...,....277 Rhodes, Mary Virginia .... ..,. 1 97 337 Rholes, Alfred .,...,......... .4....... 1 96, 368 Rhoton, Delma ,....A... .....-...---f 2 12 Rice, Ahlene 1......,. ......-.. 206, 341 Rice, Bennett ...........VV1...... ,.... - 1.....V.,. 2 06 Rice, Clarence Edward ,..... ......... 2 06, 309 Rice, Ruth ............,........ M- ...,---- 277 Rich, Charline ............ .....1--.. 2 76 Richmond, Donald .r.,......,. . ...VY1..,....... 181 Richards, Patsy ...,..,......1.1.. .. ..,........ 276 346 Richards, Richard T., Jr. ..... ...1........- 2 76 Richardson, Allegra ..............,,....,. 249, 239 Richardson, Charles Weldon .........,...f,f 249 Richardson, Jacqueline ....,..........,,. 196, 365 Richardson, James R. ..,......... ..........1. . .139 Richardson, Joseph R. ...... ...... 3 45 Richardson, Lavon .........,,. .r........,......... 1 81 Richardson, Mary Ethel ,.....t......... 227 349 Richardson, Raoul ,....,1..... ........,.... 1 81 Richter, Lucie Doris ....... ...r...... 2 76 Riddle, Melvin E. ...... ............. 2 06 Riddles, Alice .......... .,r............. 2 77 Ridgell, Ray ......... ......... 1 89 367 Rienzi, Louis ....... .......,. 1 16, 121 Riggins, Wendell .,,. .......r............ 2 77 Riggs, Bobby ,.,...,....... ..,..,.....,..,........ 2 77 Riggs, John F., Jr. ,.... ....... 1 71, 196, 381 Rigney, Wanda ,..,,. ..,........, 2 49 347 Riley, George D. .... . ....,...,.,..... 250 Rilling, Nancy ..,...... ..,,.......,.,.. 3 40 Rink, Wilson B. ,,.... ........ 2 06 309 Riordan, Paul ...,... ......,. 2 35 334 Ripper, Jack L. ..... ,.,..., 8 0, 315 Rippy, Nancy ,...... 1...,.,... 2 50 Rippy,Patty Ruth ....... ........ 8 8,250,330 Ritchey, Betty ....,,.,1,..... ..,..,-,,.,,.,.,,. 2 06 Riveire, John Paul ...,... .......,..,.... 2 77 Roach, Cameron F. ...,... .,,..,.. 3 34 Roach, Ladean ,......... ,,....,......,. 2 77 Roach, Patsy ...,......., Roach, Rasmond L. Roane, Doris Gene .......,.....,.. 250 Roane, Sue ..,......,... Robb, Greta ,...... Robbins, Chloe ..,..,,, 2 1...., 277, 347 375 356, 7 189 1 375 196 Roberson, Bettye ..,...... .....,,.... Roberson, Doyle Lee Roberson, Gwendelle ........324 .-.-....227 Roberson, Janelle .......,. .....,............ 2 27 Roberson, Marjorie ,,,.... ...,,.,,.,,,.. 2 20, 227 Roberson, Topsy .,..............,. -189, 293, 313 Roberts, Anna Louise ....... Roberts, Billye Dale .....,. Roberts, Charles ........ Roberts, Dena ........ 2 ,.,...... Roberts, John C. 2, ,,...... . Roberts, Margaret ....., Roberts, Price, Jr. ...... 251 1 289 ........181 - .,...,....... 276 ........297 ........276 ...-.......197 Roberts, Reba Jean ,,..,...........,.,,... .251 363 Roberts, Robert ..............,.....,,.....,..,..... 220 Robertson, Billye ...,....,... 289, 316, 336 375 Robertson, Charles ..,..,.......,..,..,,... 137 276 Robertson, Jack ,,........... .,..... 1 16, 181 Robertson, Louis .....,.......,.... ............ 2 5 1 Robertson, Mary Coston ..,...... .,...... 3 29 Robertson, William G., Jr. ,,,... ...,. 7 2 Robinson, Alton Royce ...... ..,......... 2 27 Robinson, Bob ......,......... ...........,., . 276 Robinson, Georgia B ,...... ,,,.... 2 77, 346 Robinson, Jeanne ....., .,,.,, . 212, 377 Robinson, Marian ....,.,.. .......,......, 2 77 Robnett, Kathryn 22 ........ .,,.... 2 06, 329 Rodgers, Gregory ...... ....,....... 9 0 Rodgers, Joe Noble ...., ....., 2 77, 335 Roe, Wayne ......... 2 .,1...... ......,, 2 33 Roesch, Mrs. Edward ...... ....,... 1 81 Rogers, Andy J., Jr. ..... .....,.. 2 77 Rogers, Bob R. .......... ,.......... . 251 Rogers, Bonnie ..,..,....... ..,..,,......, 2 21, 320 Rogers, Glenndolyn ............,............,.... 197 Rogers, John H. .... - .............. 116, 227, 301 Rogers, Lindy ,....,.,.. 2 .,........,.,,1..1.......... 251 Rogers, Mary Katherine ...... ,........... 2 77 Rogers, Russell ...., 2 ......... ...,.............. 3 05 Rogers, Wayne ........ - ....,.............. 305, 314 Rolan, Edward Leo ..,.... .,.... 2 - .........,.1 181 Rollins, Coy Lee ..,..,,.... 2 ...........,.. 277 Romans, Betty .,.....,. - ....... ....... . 277 Rosamond, Pat .......... ........ 2 12 Rose, Billy ...............,... ........ 2 97 Ross, Gloria ............ 2 ..,..... ....,,.. 2 51 Ross, Kathryn ..........,.........,, .............. . 251 Ross, Kenneth Carl, Jr. ...... ....... 2 13 365 Rothfus, David Charles ...... ..,..,....., 2 13 Rothfus, Martha ,....... - ...,.......... 277 359 Rowe, Bonnie ......., - .........................,.... 276 Rowe, Robert ........,........,......,....... .....-..250 Rowlett, John ......,. 221, 334, 335, 348 353 Roy, Pat ....,,,,.. ...W ...,,.................,....... 250 Royall, Oleta ...,...... .,....... 2 50, 291, 356 Royall, Weldon .... .,.........,.. 1 89, 373 Ru ark, John ....... Ruark, Laverne .1-.--..197 ..-..-- 2 5 O Rucker, Mary ...... ...........,..,,....... 1 09, 251, 291, 336, 343, 356 Rudd, Bette ............,.......,....... 189, 323, 348 Rudd, Mrs. Mary ............,...1................. 181 Rudder, Leroy B., Jr .1,........ ...............,.. 2 13 PAGE 407 Ruffner, Joza ........., 189, 344, 566, 377, 381 Rufner, Wanda 2 .........,....,........,......,... 276 Ruland, Fred, Jr. ..........,... .. .....,.....,..... 227 Rumbley, Jack Erward ...... 2 ....,,,.... 91, 276 Rumph, Barbara ............. ........., 2 76 Russell, Beverly ....,,..., ..,.,,,, 2 277 Russell, Garland -M ..1....,. 22.2213 Russell, G. D. ..,..... ......,.,, 2 13 Russell, John Caro .,.... .,., ..,........., 2 5 1 Russell, Patricia ......... 2 ......... 277, 343 Russell, Patricia Ann ,,... .....,,,...1. 1 89 Russey, Wanda ...1......., ,,,,....,, 2 77 Rutherford, Bennie ...... ............,,.. 1 30 Rutherford, Mary ,,.,..........,1..,..1.... 277, 346 Rutledge, Lois Reed ....,....... 251, 293, 324 Ryan, T. J. .......,......,... - ........,...,,.,.. 277 S Sadler, Jack W. ,.......................,,.... 189, 363 Sagen, Paul G. ,.,,..,............, - ,,,,,,.,,,., ,,,206 Sala, Dott .. ..,.... 251. 344, 357, 360, 364, 375 Salmon, Beverly ..........,...., 22 ,,,.,.,...,.,,., 277 Sammons, Marilyn .......,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,..,..,,, 189 Sandbery, Joyce .....,....... ...........,. 2 77 Sanders, Bobbie Jean ...,. ...,,.......,.., 2 51 Sanders, Dan C. ......... ......... 2 06, 307 Sanders, Joyce Marie ....... ............,.....,. 2 77 Sanders, Norman .... ..... 2 ..............., 2 13 Sanders, Paul A. ...... . -ga .,.... 206 309 Sanders, Richard .... ........,,.... 2 51 Sandsberry, Jack ...... Sargent, Bettye ........ ...,......18l Sargent, James ........... ...............,, 2 06 Sargent, Jimmie Lou ...... .......,. 1 89 289 Sartin, Polly ............... ...,....1..,. 2 51 Saunders, John H. ............ .,......,........ 2 06 Saunders, Margaret H. ...... ......... 2 29 327 Sauls, Olga ..................... ............. 1 81 Savage, George R. ...,. ...,..... 1 89, 345 Savage, Jaylene ........... ................. 2 51 Savage, John Ellis ....... ......... 2 13, 334 Savage, Redmond ....... ......... 2 76, 347 Saye, Sarah ........,........ .............,...... 2 33 Scarborough, Bill .............. 22 ..,...........,. 189 Scarborough, Hawkins .......................... 221 Schafer, Betty ....,............................... 71, 75, 287, 316, 343, 344, 375 373 Schantz,1ra .......................... 69, 88, 93 235 Schantz, Thomas ......... ....................... 2 76 Scheihagen, Pat ...... .................... 2 35 Scherle, Charles ..... ........... ..250 Schimelpfenig, C. W. .... ......... 2 50, 363 Schimelpfenig, Susan .... ......... 2 50 357 Schmid, Elizabeth ...........,...................... 189 Schmidt, Caroll ......,. - ........... 229, 347 349 Schmidt, Robert ......... - ........ 250 380 Schmitzer, Joanne ......... ................. 2 76 Schneider, George L. ..... .....,... 2 13 251 Schnorr, Maurice ....... ......... 2 77, 344 Schobert, Doris .... 2 ..............,......... 251 347 Schoenerstedt, Paul ..... R.. .............. 297 Schoenfield, D. Anne .................... 233, 317, 323, 330, 349 Schoenfield, Ruth R ..... 88, 93, 111, 234, 330 Scholl, Gene ........ - ,.....,.................,... -..181 Scholz, Elizabeth M. .................... 189, 352 Scholz, Ernestine ..,.... .................... 2 51 Schroeder, Edwin .................. ...2 ...... 221, 352 Schroeder, John ..,................... - .........1.. 277 Schroeder, Mrs. Mildred Moore--...206, 328 Schubert, Britt ......,.......................,..,,... 212 Schubert, Fred J. ......................,... 221, 297 2.2-2212 .-.---.-1 16 5 1 2222189 357 Schulz, Arnold E. ..,.,.......,...... . Schwartz, Edward Henry, Jr ...............,... 277 Scott, Anna May 2 ,.,...............,..,,,.. 230 346 Scott, Bill ...... 2 .,..... 2 ,...,......,,........ Scott, Betty ,.....,... ,......,,..l,..l 2 -. Scott, Brown W. ..,..,..v..... 2 ..... 22-. 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Fred ....... .....22.2..2..2.......2.... Seaton, J. C., Jr. ..., - Secker, Martin D. .,...2..2..................... 2. Seidenfeld, Jerry ..... Selby, Jeanne ...,.. Self, Billy Gene .,... 171, Seller, Judy ,..,.....,..,.,..... 2 .2..........,......... Sellers, Jack ....2....... 2 ..2... 2 ...,. 22 ......... . 91 340 277 227 189 276 276 250 90 250 234 206 352 251 340 377 337 206 251 Sellers, Mary E. ..... 2 ........ -2 .2.2...... . Selzer, Anne .....,...2. ....2............ Selzer, Troy .l....22.2.... 2 ...... 21, Serafino, Betty Rose ...... ................,.... Settle, Jean 2.2, ..,..2 2 ..22........... 222221, Sewell, Bennie ........................ 229, 347, Sewell, Billie --2 ...... 2 ........ 2 .........2.. 221, Sewell, Leroy ......... 2......... 2 2 Sewell, Pat .... 2 .......... ............. 2 .. Seydler, LaVerne ............ ,......... 2 51, Shavay, Sammye .... 2 ......... ................. Shackelford, Norma Sue ....... 2 ..,........,2 Shadle, Bill 2.2 ...2.............. .......... 2 Shafer, Katherine ..22....,. Sharp, Alice .2 ,2,,.... Sharp, Betty ,...2... Sharp, Robert 2..,.. 206, 251, Shaw, Jesse E. 2 ....... ..2...2...... 2 ...... 2 .... Shaw, Harold E. ............... 2 .,....2........... . Shaw, Marjorie ................ 2 ....,.......... 2.-. Sheffield, Dorothy Jean Sheffield, James Clyde ..... ...,21.... 251 230 9 x 356 276 276 234 277 289 295 297 206 341 251 277 335 346 189 206 197 233 334 Shell, Carolyn 2 ........2.2... .2........ Shelley, Joe W. .... 2 ...,...2 - Shelton, Edward E. ......2. 2 ..2.... . Shelton, Willie Lee, Jr Shepelwich, Stanley 2 .,2,.... Sheridan, Bob ....2.......,2,. Sherley, Bobbie .,., 22 ........ 2 .... Shield, Helen Kay ..... Shields, Alan ..2... 2 ........ Shiilett, Arthur, Jr. 2 .......2. 226 351 7 Shiflett, James Allen ...... .2..... 2.2.2348 206 ...2...176 2189 Shipley, Floyd ...... 2 ...................... Shipman, Charles ...... 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Smith, Jesse P., Jr. ...... Smith, Joe 2 ............... Smith, John .......... Smith, Katherine ..... Smith, Kay ..... 2 ....... Smith, Lona Ruth ........ Smith, Mable 2 ......... Smith, Martha Ann ...... Smith, Mary Alice ............. Smith, Mary Elizabeth 207, --....-.22279 1 3 5 1 335 305 227 7 9 2.22279 328, 351 ...22196 227 1 90 22 ,...,.......,..,...... 251 Smith, Monroe W. .......... ................ 3 07 Smith, Natalie Joyce 2 ......... Smith, Peggie Jo .......... 2 .......... 251 7 9 Smith, Richard ................ ............ 2 51 Smith, Roy Marie .... 2 ......... ................ 2 79 Smith, Vaughn ......... ....... 2 .207, 334 Smith, Wesley 2 ............ 129, 171, 196 Smitherman, Pat ...... 2 ...... 2 ....2.. 2 ....... 2279 PAGE 408 Smoot, Sue ............. ............ 2 51, 289 357 Smyth, Aubrey .... 2 ..... 2 ......................... 279 Smyth, Mary Evelyn .... 2 .... 2 ......... 227 354 Snow, William ........... ....... 2 ...... 2 ..... 2 5 1 Snyder, Ernest ......... 2 .......... 221 352 Snyder, George -.2 ....... ............. 2 07 297 Solley, Marvin L. .......... .... 2 ......... 8 8 317 Sollis, Sue Ada .............................. 278 343 Solomon, Nathan, Jr. .2 ...... 2 .... 2 ...... 190 Sommers, Audrey .......... .......... 2 50 Son, Sue ..................... ............ 2 88 233 Sorrell, Roy ....... 2 ......... 2-2 ....... 227 335 Sorrells, Lyndon Bass ............................ 213 Sorrels, Norma ..................... 2 ....... 2 ...... 250 Sory,Metha Kellene 2.2- .... 2 ....... 2 ...... 196 Southard, Barbara 2 ......... .......,..... 2 78 Soyars, Leerie ..... 2 .......... ..... 2 ..,.,, 3 77 Spaeth, Georgia ......... --2 ...... 213 Spalding, Billie Jean ..........,.....,.........,. 230 Spalding, Mary Lois -..2 ....... 2 ........ 221, 337 Spalding, Morris ...... ............. 2 13 Spangle, Billy Hill ..... .......... 2 07 Sparkman, Donald .,.............,.......,......,, 278 Sparkman, I.. D. ...... 2 .............. 227, 311 Sparks, Ben .......... 137, 213, 382 Sparks, L. Q. ..... .. ..................................., 213 Sparks, Robert L. ................................., 250 Speake, Claude E. 2221, 321, 348, 369, 372 Spears, Everette A. 22 ......................,... .278 Specht, Joe F. ........................................ 307 Speck, Romona .... 2 ..... 2 .......... 2 .,.... 279 Speed, Elvet ..... 222 .... 2 ........ 2 .... 212 Speer, L. A. ........... .............. 2 ..... 2 ...... 1 90 Speer, Mary Ann .................... 230, 346, 380 Spelce, Elizabeth ...... 2 ............,,.. 2 ..,,.,, 250 Spence, Betty ........ .............. 3 17, 323, 347 Spencer, Ralph ............ 2 ........ 221, 301, 314 Spencer, Richard ........ 2 ...... 2 ...... 2 ...... ,251 Spinks, Robert T. ....... 2-2222 ...... 22222221 Splaingard, Clement ....... .............. 9 1, 251 Splawn, A. B., Jr. ...... 22 ...... 2 ...... 2 ...... 309 Spratt, William D. ....... 2 ................ 2 ..... 212 Springer, Fred Ray .... 22 ...... 2 ............... 267 Spurgeon, Milton B. 2.2.22 .... 2 .... 22222251 Stacy, Oleph .................................. 251, 301 Stagner, Robert Eugene ...... 2 ........ 2 ...... 251 Stahl, Charles F. .................................... 279 Stalcup, Bobbie ...2 ..... 2 ...... 2 ..... 2 ...... 279 Stallcup, Duane ....................... ....... 2 99 Stallings, Myles Wayne .......................... 279 Standifer, Yvonne ................ 2 ................ 251 Standley, Mary Ellen ...... 22.91, 251, 279 Standley, William R. ..... ............. 2 21 Stanley, Bob ................... ....... 3 15 Stanley, Doris .................. .......... 2 79 Stanley, Jackie ........... 2 ....... ............. 2 79 Stanley, John C., Jr. ...... 2....... . 221 348 Stark, Richard ................. ......... 2 51 369 Stark, Walter .... 2 ...... 2 ....... .............. 2 52 Starke, Joseph ................ .............. 2 21 Starling, Peggy Joyce ........ ..... 2 ....... 2 79 Starr, Wauline ............. ......... 2 12 374 St. Clair, Bill Jim ....... ............., 2 50 Steele, Glenn H. ...... .............. 2 21 Stephens, Ruth .............. ......... 1 77 27 8 Stephenson, Grace 2.2 .......................... 278 Sterling, Betty ................. 2 .......... 235 291 Stevens, J. F. ........ .22 .......... 212, 299, 314 Stevenson, Bess ...................................... 278 Stevenson, Edward .... 2 ......................... 196 Stevenson, Juanita ................................ 207 Stevenson, Virginia .............................. 253 Stewart, Betty Adele ...... 170, 207, 289, 350 Stewart, Billy ........................................ 279 Stewart, Bob ,v.,,.., Stewart, Carolyn Stewart, Gwen .....,A.... Stewart, James O. Stewart, Jimmy ........ Stewart, Jo .............. Stiff, Rynell ..,..., Stine, Jo Ann .,,,.. . St. John, Major .......... Stockard, Carl .....,........w. Stockard, William H. Stockton, David Stone, Charlsie r.....,..,r Stone, Edgar r,,.. Stone, Pat .,,,,.... Stone, Tommy .,,. Storrs, Polly .....,.,.. Strader, Jerry ......... Strickland, Benny .r...., M ,,,,,,...,.,... 252 .....-.357 .......190 309 253 .-....-.l90, 341, 'f,'Qf.7iB-57.73377 375 253 380 M,,,,,,,,,,-...,190 .--..,-..253, 325 ...-....88, 279 97 181 88, 5 3 - ,....... - ...t.... 279 Stringer, Hugh D. ...,- ----.-.-,--------------- 2 55 Stringer, Jim ,...,.....A.....,.....---- 227, 341, 355 Sringfellow, William ............ - A...-----.---- 207 Stroman, William Henry --,---,----4-f4------- 227 Strong, Pat .- ,..,......-.-----.--f--,-f--AA -A-197, 289 Stroud, Billie ..............-- ------197, 325 375 Stuart, Betty Sue ..............-,,-----,----- 230, 349 Stubblelield, Margarette W- ---- ------vA--. 1 97 Srucker, George D. ..,......--------AA-------A-- ---348 Srucker, Mary Jean ........... - --H--.-- 190 255 Stuteville, Charleen ...... - A-------f- 279 Stutefield, James C. ...-.. .A-4-----N-------- 2 07 Sullivan, Bill ..A.....V-.- --,--------A-------H- 2 15 Sullivan, Mar Jane Y ...., Summers, George E. .,,,, . 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Tapp, Mary Ruth ...... Tate, Anna Rose ..,.. -. Tate, Dolores .,.....,,, Tate, Margaret ......, Taylor, Alma Sue ..,... Taylor, Bernice .............. Taylor, Chauncey A. ...... Taylor, Claude D., Jr. .-.. Taylor, Dan R. ........... Taylor, David I.. .... Taylor, Elvin ..,r.,. .......... 347 351 .-..---..-..-....-.25 2 91 a 233 81 .....-..278 87 -.......279 2 ,r............ 252 5 3 -....-....-.....253, - ,....... .253, ...-.-..ss, 355 347 279 213 297 279 279 190 Taylor, Gene ...... A .........--..Y. 279, 374 Taylor, Glen L. ...... ............. ........... - 2 13 Taylor, James A. ....... D ......... ......... 2 79 Taylor, Jerelyn ...... ....... ......-.- 2 7 9 Taylor, Jimmy ...... ............. ......... 2 7 3 Taylor, June .................. - ......... .-..--... 2 53 Taylor, Lowell, Jr. ..... -.. ..........-...2--. --207 Taylor, Ouita ....... ........ 3 55, 366 Taylor, Peggy .... .... ..1..-.------ 2 7 3 Taylor, Robert ...... .......... ............. 2 7 S Taylor, Shirley ..... -- ............ 226, 340 Taylor, Troy E. ..... ....... - ............ 2 07, 328 Taylor, Vernon ............ D .........-..... 221, 352 Teague, Bill ............. L.-- ...................... 207 Teague, Charles ...................... 13 7 , 27 3, 3 80 Teague, Jimmie D., Jr. ................ 207, Teat, Barbaranne ........... Teipel, Janie ............,... Terrell, Lewanna ..... Theilen, Gordon .......... Thetford, Alvin K. ..... . Thetford, Louise ....... Thigpen, Janet ........ 329 ......-..----..279 344 374 3 5 3 3 3 0 3 3 6 1 Thoma, Kenneth .......... ..-M ............-... -253 Thomas, Don E. ........ --- ....................... 197 Thomas, Jimmie ...... .. ...... 145, 213 303 Thomas, Jimmie H. ...... ............ 2 07 305 Thompson, Billy D. Thompson, Caroline Thompson, Charles .----207 ..-.,...221 293 -.--..---.-252 346 Thompson, Delia ........... - A............ 2 30 Thompson, James N., Jr. .............. 226 Thompson, Joy Brita ........., Thompson, Leroy Thompson, Nancy Thompson, Can ................ Thompson, Velma 3 60 20 360 ,..-...-.213 -.-...-...--27 9 3 60 -.,-.....2 21 .1252 Thomson, Bill .......... ............. ........ Thomson, Henry -71 Thornhill, Jean .......... - ........................ 295 319 Thornton, Carolyn Thornton, Dana ...... Thornton, Daphne ...... Thornton, James R. 1 90 1 90 252 H279 1 97 342 Thorpe, Barbara .............,...... ...-...... 2 2 7 9 Thrasher, Jimmy ...... ----- ....... .......... 2 13 Thresher, Bobby ...... Thurman, Jack ........ Thurman, Harold .... Tibbets, Glen ,...... 13 ...---181 -,.,-,279 2 Tickle, John B. ...... ................. - .207 Tidmore, Evelyn .................... 190, 293 319 Tidmore, Gordon E. .........rr................... 213 Tidwell, Maxine ........... - ............... 321 349 Tiffin, Robert Edwin ......... ............. 3 76 Tiller, Kathryn ............ 2 ........ ............. 2 53 Timken, Kenneth R. Timmons, Billy Louese ...,. ....-...181 299 -..-..-.-.-,L279 Timmons, Elvin Wayne ................ 221 J 348 Timmons, Mary ............ - ...................... 25 3 Tinsley, Gerald ........... - ....... .......... .. 214 Titsworth, Charles Gervase ............ 90, 253 Titsworth, Tony .................... .......... 2 89 Todd, Bettie Sue ................. ..... - -197 Todd, Frank .r.....,. Todd, Louis ...... ...... Todd, Norma ..................... Tolbert, Margie ....... 90 1 96 .--,.--..2 7 9 .-..-.-..279 Tom, Robert A., Jr ....... - .......... .L ...... 190 Tomlin, Marilyn ..... ....... ......... 2 0 7 Toney, Mary Jo .................... ......... 2 80 Toole, Frankie ............ L-- ........ ......... 2 80 Toone, Thomas ................ ......... 1 96 Toothaker, Wallis Lee ........... ......... 3 63 PAGE 409 Toucheck, Bertha .......................... 2 5 3 , Towe, Ace ........ --.- ............ Townsley, Jeanne -L .r..... 116, 253, Towry, Gene .......................... Trainham, Paulette ........ Trammell, Bill .... - ........ Trammell, Margaret ,..,., Trammell, Ruth ........ Trammell, Wanda Traster, Gene ....... - ....... Travis, C. James ..... Travis, Oscar .............. Travis, Richard .... - ........ Traxler, Pat .-L ............. . 145, 207, 347 301 280 382 253 280 190 D-- -..-.. 90, 91 Traylor, Maurice -- .......... .---...281, 230 281 281 221 380 253 M .....,, 281 Treadway, Bobbie --.- ....... ......1........... Trew, Dan ................... -- ......... - .......... .. 281 214 281 322 Trietsch, Jimmie Herbert .............. - ..... Trigg, Frances M. .. ............. 190, 295, Trigg, Margaret - .......... .................. 229 252 Triggs, A. J., Jr. .... .. ......... ................. - 281 Trimble, Marilyn .... - ....... .... M -. ....... . Triplett, Velma Joy ...... Trippet, Mary ................ Trippet, Patricia --m ....... . Trotter, Bob .............. Trout, Bob .......... - ....... Traux, Dorothy ............. Truitt, Norma ...... - ...... Tucker, James .......... Tucker, William, Jr. .... - Tuel, Wesley Rex ....., Tullis, Bettye .......,. Tully, Eddie ....... Tune, Hobson --. Tune, Jennie - ................ ,--....207 , .--..,,..91, 252 281 293 307 399 280 280 Tunnell,Nelle 2--- ..... Turkett, Arlie ............... Turner,Aureba Jo - ......... -.-L ..... 252 .,-,---196, 334 2 ----.--..88, 330 -.--------,-,.25 3 - ........ 235 -.,..,1 90, 361 .-.--.---.280 ...-..-.25 3 90 Turner, Beverly Yam-- .......... ....... 2 53 Turner, Billy B. ....... , Turner, Bobradine ......... .. Turner, Carolyn ,A- .,.. Turner, Clarence Leon, J -....,r170, y 325 207 -, ...... 253 r. ...., -2 ...... 222 Turner, Cleo ..... vm ........... 2 ...... 3 5 0 Turner, Donald E. - ........ ............... 2 81 Turner, Eloise ...... L--- .................... 2 2 6, 340 Turner, Frances Lee ..... ....... 2 D- ...... 281 Turner, Jack Tyler ...................-.... 2 5 3 ,3 2 5 Turner, Joan .......................... 253, 291, 357 Turner, Marvin Lee, Jr ......................... 252 Turner, Mary Catherine Turner, Mary Sye - ...... ..... Turner, Patricia Marie --.. Tu rner, Paula ............... Turner, Ross .............. . Turner, William L. - ...... Turney, Beulah Grace .... Turney, Elaine .... -.-e-..- 2 ..-.----...-.32 7 3 5 6 .-...-.252, .-.-...226, 293 Turpen, Mrs. Johnnie Mikel Tuttle, Dan .... - .................... Tynes, Pat N. ............... - Tyson, George ...... , ......... Tyson, Martha .... Tyssowski, Ada ............. U Uher, Charles ,........... Underwood, Judy .,,,,..,.. Upshaw, Nancy .... .D ........ Upmor, Marjorie Uranga, Josephine .,... ..-....-190 1351 15-5777 348. 375 281 7-------7-7-mn-M513 29 L .,,..... 2 5 2 -,-....,.,.207 5 2 4- ..,, 253 -.--.--281, 380 207 196 281 281 331 Uranga, Louis V. ..... 331 366 Usrey, David ...... ......... 2 ...,A, 2 2190 Utt, Emily Ann .,...,.,..,. ,.,.,..... 2 53 361 Nl Vaden, Paula Mae ,,....,... ................. 2 53 Vagt, Paul ............, 2 .....,...,,.......... 190 354 Vance, Ruby June ---- 346, 356 Vanderkooi, David .,,.. Vandever, C. Marie ..,... Vann, John Ann ............ ...... Van Voorhis, Newton ....... Varley, Jesse ........... 2 ............ . Vasek, John .....,......... Vassar, Glenn W. ................... . Vaughan, Farris ..... 2 ....... 2 ............ Vaughan, Herman .......................... Vaughan, Weldon D. ................ 2-- Vaughan, Glenna Joy 90 222.197 230, 347 ....-.-.253 299, 222, Vaughn, Peggy .............. ........ 281 227 222 235 363 353 253 280 197 Vaughn, Russell .... 2 ................ ........ Vaught, Bobbye Joyce .... 2 ......... ........ Vazquez, Johnny ............ ........ 197 214 280 197 360 214 335 305 190 197 297 326 190 345 197 297 280 222 Veach, Lovera 2 ........ ......... Vela, Julian, Jr. ...... ...4........ 2 Velvin, La Martha ....... 280, Venable, La Homa ........ ........... Vernon, Robert Dean ....... ....,. 2 14, Vestal, Bill .................... ,..... 1 97, Vial, Robert M. ,........... .......... - Vick, Helen ..,.. 2 ....................-....---.. Vickery, Paul ........., 214, Vincent, Leota ............, 3 25 , Vincent, Walter, Jr. ...... ...,........ . . .... Vlha, Mary Jo ............. 191, 295, Voght, Dorathea .......... ..................... Voltin, Frank M. .... 2 .......... .,.,...,...... 2 2 Voss, Betty Joan ...... .....-.. Voss, Patsy Ann ,.,..,... ........ Vrla, George ................ ....V... Vuillemin, Armand F. ..,,. ....... . Vyvjala, Joe ....... 2 ......... 2 A...... ......,. Wade, Margaret ,,.1..... Wadsworth, Norma ...... ...r.. Wages, Charles .... 2 ......... u'ui5?f Wagner, Hugh H. ........ 2 ........ ....... . Wagnon, Jo Ann Wagnon, Mary .,....., Wainscott, Lanell Wainwright, Bill 2- Walberg, Virginia - Walden, Cora ...... Walden, Roland ..,.,. Waldrep, Wanda Waldrip, John M. ...... . Waldron, Mildred .... Walker, Donald ..., 2 ...... 2 .............. 252, 281 2 .,...... 91 .2...2.90 x s 1 281 281 214 253 375 252 214 281 325 347 380 281 330 ....-..-252 .2.2..196 ......-.252 ...... .253 287 .2.....281 Walker, Jane Allen .............. ....... 1 96 Walker, John ........ 2 ...... 2 ..........Y.. Walker, Mary L. ...,............. . Walker, R. Kenneth ...... 2 ....... Walker, Robert Haskell Walker, Wanda 22 .......... . Wall, Dan E., Jr. -22 Wall, Richard .....,,.. Wall, Woody S. ,,.. . Wallace, Frances ..... Wallace, Gerald .,.,. .288 362 235 .2.2..281 ........253 2.22.2 14 ..281 2280 12126 227 2207 ..253 ..137 Wallace, Leland Hartsell .....,. .,....... 2 14 Wallace, Patsy ....,..,..,,..,..... - Wallace, Weldon 2-2 ..... .2 Waller, David ..,..,.,,,,, Waller, Genevieve ,... Walling, M. L., Jr. 222.280, Wallis, Bill ,...,.,...... wauis, Clyde 2 ....,....,.., Walliser, Jim ...... 2 ..... Walls, Bob ......,.,.... Walsh, Lucy Ann ...... Walston, Marion .,,....... Walter, Marianne .--22... Walther, Betty ......, Wann, Lometa .... 222.208, ....22280 -.....2191 .2....-..2.-.253 374 .2...2..2214 .2..2...2208 307 2222 2280 2.2.2.7 2, 191 2281 .....,. 253, 14, 222229, 380 368 346 Ward, Elmer ,,................ .,......... 1 81 Ward, Joe ..............,....,..,.. .,.,,,,..,..,,, 2 81 Ward, Margaret Louise .,.... 2 .......,, 253 Ward, Vaida .,....,.......,...... ......,. 2 81 Ware, Billy ..........,............... ..,..... 2 14 Ware, James -2 ..,...................... ...,..,, 1 91 Ware, Pansy ....,.....,.,...., 2 ....,,....,...,..,,, 253 Warner, Mary Helone ,.... 2 .,.....,, 254 Warren, Charles Ray ....... ................., 2 54 Warren, Ernest E. ,......... .......,,.,..,.....,, 2 81 Warren, Jaunita .................... 222, 320, 354 Warren, Joyce Marie ..,,.,.........,.,..,.... 2-254 Warren, Wendell Joe ..,....., 2 ..,.,........,,,, 281 Washington, Sue ........,.... 2 ......... .,....,. 2 81 Waterman, William James ....... ........ 2 54 Waters, Elizabeth ..,,.............,. ......,..,, 2 22 Watkins, Bill L. ....,.........,.,,...,...... 196, 305 Watkins, Joyce ,,,,..,,,.....,..,.......,,. 208, 293, 313, 316, 337, 351 Watkins, Nita Jean .....,......,,..........,.....,. 208 Watson, Don ..,,..,....,. ..,..,......,,,.......,. 2 81 Watson, Gerald T. -2 ,,...... .....,.,....... 1 96 Watson, Joan ......... .,,.... 2 14, 325 Watson, Johnny .................,.......... 208, 358 Watson, Roy ...,...,.....,.,................,,.,.... Weatherford, Archie Kenneth ,..,..,.,...,. Weatherly, Sue .........................,. ....., 2 Weatherred, Harrell ............... ........ Weatherred, Mary Louise ....,.........,....... Weaver, Markie .22 ..............,.., 2..295, Weaver, Mary 2 ...,.....,..........,........,,..... 2 Webb, Athat Sara ,.....,. 191,3l7, 322, Webb, Earl .....,.... .....,...,..........,....,. Webb, Joyce 2 .......,. .22.2........255, 197 222 281 227 197 360 191 348 214 351 Webb, Margaret ..... ........... 2 80 Webb, Peggy ......... ........ 3 16 Webb, Virginia ........ 2- ,..,,,. .255 Weber, Lilla G. 2-2 ....,........ ........... . 329 Weber, Louis ,..... .,.. ,..... 2 .............. 1 9 1, 376 Weber, William F. .....22..... 2......2...2 1 97 Weedon, James Carroll .,.,.... ....22255 Weeks, Kathryn 2.............. ........ 2 80 Weete, Dorothy Jeanne ...,.. ,..2..,, 2 80 Welborn, Geraldine ..,,........ ........ 2 27 Welborn, Glenna Janelle ....................., 280 Welborn, Valera ,..,,...2....2,....,......,......... 281 Welch, Norma ...............2...... 222, 340, 377 Welch, Richard H. ..........,..,.......... 208, 317, 323, 329, 369 Welch, William ................... 3 22.22........22, 281 Weseman, Jack Wilson ..2...,. 222, 348, 353 West, Carl Kenneth .,,................... 181 363 West, Robert M. ,.....22....,.. .....2......,...2. 2 81 Westbrook, Patsy 2 ........ 2 .............. 214, 368 Westbrook, Wanda Ann ..,.,. 2 .... 2 .... 2281 Westcot, Joyce 2... 2 22.....22.,...,.2.........2..2.. 255 Westerman, Keith .,......2.2..,..2....... 309, 314 Wetzel, Sarah ..... 2 ..,..... 255, 340, 350, 355 Whaley, Joy .22.....2.,............22.2....,....,...2, 331 PAGE 410 Whatley, Betty ..........2........2... 22 ,,,,22,,, 281 Wheeler, John Tom ..... Whisenant, R. L. ....2 . Whistler, Joan .,,.....2..., Whitaker, James R. .2.. . Whitaker, Leroy ......2. White, Billy ..2...2....222 White, Charles R. ..2 White, Gerald ..,..,, 2 .......2..2....2.,.,2 334 22 ...2.,.12 255 .22 2........, 281 ..207 l 97 362 ..222227 ...2..208 309 .2 ........- 197 White, Glen B. ..... ...,,,, 1 97 335 White, Harold .... .,.. 2 ..,,,2,, ,227 White, H. E. ....,................... ...,.., 2 55, 360 White, Homer ..........2.. 2 ,...,.. .2 ,,,,,2,2 254 White, Mrs. Imogene .....2. ....22.2,,,,,,, 1 97 White, John Medlin ....,,. 22 ,,,,2... 345 White, Laura A. ..........,........,..,2222.22....., 281 White, L. James ......2..2..,....2.22.,,,2 2 2.,2 22254 White, Martha .............. 254, 287, 357, 380 White, Mrs. Martha ....................,.,,....2- 230 White, Paul ......2..2.,.,..,., 2 2,22,,22,,2,l.,.--2 2254 White, Robert ....... 2 ...,.... ,...2.....,, 2 81 White, Sidney .......... ....... 2 55, 334 White, Travis ,.....,......... .22,.,22,,.2,,,2,- 1 37 Whiteside, Billie Fern ...,,22,.,,,..,22....,.,,, 280 Whiteside, Lenore ................ 191, 359, 375 Whiteside, Olen Roy ..............,..,,. 222, 352 Whitfield, Jean .............. 2 ..............,.,.2 255 Whitley, E. L. 2 .......... ...,... 2 55,307 Whitley, Patty June ...... ......,,........,2 2 55 Whitlock, Elise .......... 222197, 325 Whitmore, Joanne ........ 2......,..2, 2 55 Whitsett, Doris ..,.............. .....2, 2 87, 375 Whittington, Don Beth ..2,.. ....... 1 98, 295 Whittle, Joe M. ................. ................. . Whittlesey, Frank M. ......................,.... . Wiedenfeld, Jean .................2 198, 324, 255 191 373 91 Wiehe, Douglas ............ ..2...............2.. Wiehe, Lawrence, Jr. .... .... ............. . Wier, Dan ....... . ........ Wieting, Robert ........ Wiggins, James ............ .........,,..,. Wigley, Herbert N. ...................... 198, Wiist, Herbert ........................... 2191, Wilcke, Avon ........ 198, 317, 322, 331, Wilcke, Roma .................................. 22 ..9l 280 255 181 363 363 348 280 314 330 280 208 287 Wiley, Arthur S. .... 2 .................. 22299, Wilfley, Elizabeth ........... 2-90, 91, 235, Wilhite, John E. ........... 2 .................... 2. Wilkerson, James .......................2.2. 22. Wilkey, Joyce Cardwell ...... .......... 2 Wilkie, Caddo ............. ....... 2 08, Wilkie, Mrs. Joyce -2 ....... .... Wilkinson, Erna E. ....... Wilks, Ernest L. .... 2 ..... . Wilks, William N. Willeford, Jess ............. 294 ......2191 -.....-.349 .. ....... 129 255 3 1 281 362 ..2.2.25 4 ..-.-...281 Willey, William Riley .... .... Williams, Anna Lou ...... ....... 2 35 Williams, Annette 2 ........ .... Williams, Barbara .... Wiliams, Betty ....... Williams, Billy ............. Williams, Billy Joe. .... .. Williams, Calvin ...... Williams, Charles ....... a 330 22.2281 2.2.22 81 2222208 214, 303 254 222.2281 1 91 Williams, Fxeldon E. ..2..2 ............... 2 14 Williams, Frankie ......... Williams, George ...... Williams, Jack .......... Williams, J. Don ...... Williams, John T. ..... . ...22..2.22-..198 2 ........... 329 .-.......22-.227 Williams, Kimbrough ...... ........ Wiliams, Kurz Westall Williams, Leonard Lacy 281, 116, 181, 380 123 321 ..-.2...227 ...222 1 98 Williams, Morris ....,......................-...... 281 Williams, Parker ,...,,.... 191, 340, 355, 361 Williams, Pauline ......,...,..................... 254 Williams, Peggy June ..1.................-..4.... 281 Wiliams, Sebron ..,......... 222, 348, 359, 369 Williams, Suzanne ......,..v...... 230, 347, 355 Williams, William Joseph ...........v...... 228 Williamson, Bertie ,...............,..w..,.....-... 228 Williamson, Mary Jo ..,....... ....... 2 08, 377 Williamson, William A. .... ............ 2 22 Williford, G. B., Jr. ................, ........ 2 14 Willingham, Norma Arlene ...... ....,... 2 82 Willis, Bill .............,............... ........ 2 82 Willis, Billy Joe ...........,...... ............ 2 82 Willis, Mary Annette ,.,,.,...................... 254 Willis, Tom D. .....................V..,..A 170, 191, 303, 335. 372, 381 Willows, Jim ......... ,,...,,..................... 2 82 Willson, Kathryn ...................Y.....A 198, 287, 317, 322, 343, 379 Wilroy, Dulcie Anne ,,.......................... 352 Wilson, Ann .....,.......... - ....v....... 90, 91, 360 Wilson, Bob ..,,.,........... ,.A..........,. 1 16 Wilson, Carrol Lloyd ..........,................. 208 Wilson, Charles L. ................... . Wilson, Danny .......... Wilson, E. Bruce ...,1....... ....228, 283 2 .,,............,. 255 ...,.....222 Wilson, Emma Lou ..........,.... i....... 2 14 Wilson, Mrs. Glessie Mac ....... ....,... 2 83 Wilson, Gwen .................... ,.....,. 2 83 Wilson, Howard M. ....,,,.. ........ 2 55 Wilson, Jack ,,,,,r...,, .......... .....v.. 2 8 3 Wilson, Jerry ..... - .- ........ 283 Wilson, Joe, Jr. ..... ............ 2 55 Wilson, Joy ,,.,.,.,.... .,..... 2 30, 347 Wilson, Joyce .,............. ....... 2 30, 346 Wilson, Kenneth B. ...,,.,..,....1...,,.......... 214 Wilson, Margaret Ann ................,, 74, 229, 317, 327, 347 377 Wilson, Mary Elizabeth ..................,..... 283 Wilson, Maryjane A. .,..... ............ 9 0 Wilson, Prudence .i....... .,...... 2 22 Wilson, R. Morgan ..... ....,... 2 28 Wilson, Sue ................,...,........,............ 255 Wilson, William Bert .......................... 364 Wimbley, Betty Jean ..........., 255, 325 357 75 Windham, Pat M. ....... .......,.....,...... . Windham, Wanda Jo Wingerter, Lois ..,.......... Wingfield, Joan .,..., Winn, George .,.... Winn, Maxine ......., Winstead, Nancy 228 255 283 214, 303, Winter, Mary Lynn- ......... ............ - .-... Wisdom, Jessie Ray .............. 191, 307 Wise, Buddy ......................................-... Wisely, Preston Fuller, ................ Withrow, Glynn ........ 2 ......... Witt, Norma Lou ......,. Witten, Sydney Ann ..r.... Wolda, David .............. Wolfe, Homer C., Jr. Wolfe, Patsy ...,....,... iii.-. Wolverton, Roddie - ....,... Womack, Louise ..,... Womack, Mary E. ..,. - Womble, Royce ............. Wommack, Gwendolyn .... Wood, Clarence J., Jr. ...... .. 214 208 137 Wood, James F. .........................2. . -91 Wood, John .................... 91 254, 303 Wood, Larry .......................................... Wood, Leslie Loel ,....,........................ Wood, Merry ,....,.. 2 .....,........ 255, 337 Woodard, Jess ....................,.,............... Woodruff, Jack ,.,....i.........,.......... D147 Woods, David A., Jr. .... 222, 340, 349 Woods, John C. ................................... . Woods, William W., Jr. ............ -137 Woodward, Carl ..,.,..,,....... ......... 1 91 Woody, Rosannah .,.....,... Woody, Thomas B. ..,., Wooliver, Patsy ...... Woolsey, Wayne .... Wooten, Charlie ,... Wooten, Jeane ..... Workman, Bill ........... Works, David ...........,..... Worley, George Dow ......,, Wren, Gerry N. ,.,....... . Wright, Betsy ...........,..... Wright, Dorothy Jo ....... Wright, Elizabeth Ann Wright, John ,............... PAGE 411 222 255 380 228 255 283 376 282 198 282 282 282 255 358 198 254 254 368 283 198 235 254 318 307 222 346 110 283 369 208 214 321 208 352 347 283 -....,...208 283 228 181 255 208 283 293 198 283 198 Wright, John Preston .,- ..................... . Wright, June .,................ - ...... 222 Wright, Lou Ellen ................ 208 Wright, Nancy .......... Wright, Robert ..... 343 293 N88 Wright, T. B. ...................................., . Wright, Thomas A. ,..... - ...,,. Wunch, Daniel Eugene 137, 255 Wyatt, Mildred H. .......... ......... . Wylie, Don -.,- ......... 229 Wyser, Earle Marie ..... ...... Xeros, Chris .... .,..,. W ....,........ . ..90 Yancey, Kenneth Wayne .,..... ......... Yarbrough, Bettye ........, L-, ....,....... 282 Yarbrough, Frances Yarbrough, Silas, Jr. -.. York, David Bryant ..... 214 214 377 337 283 H283 297 373 282 346 255 208 233 222 360 329 2198 Young, Allen R. .... - ...... . Young, Bobby ..................................., Young, Bobby G, ..... . 255 Young, Cecil ....,.... .......................... Young, Earle B. ........... . 137, 255, 297 Young, James .......... ......r....,..... 1 37 Young, Joe .........,.................................. Young, John Preston ........ L .......... 214 Young, Joyce N. .................... 233, 330 Young, Mary Jean ....... - .......,............. Youngblood, Ann ..................... .. ........ .. 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