University of North Texas - Yucca Yearbook (Denton, TX)
- Class of 1952
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this is the story of 1951-52
'lihis is the story of the l95l-52 in the history
ancl growth of North Texas State College. lt
is the story of typical fXtneriean young nien
ancl wotnen. Some worked harcl ancl were call-
etl "grease grinds' '... some played hard and
were accusecl of wasting' their talents. :Xs in-
tlivicluals. these people were laced with ini-
portant decisions. To reach their goal. they
would neetl prolessional preparation. 'lihey cle-
eidetl that the institution that Coultl best fill
the requirements was North 'lexas State Col-
'lihe Yucca has attentptetl to portray the
eollege antl its role as a protlueer ol etlucateml
leatlers not only in the lielcl ol' etlueation but
also in professions and husiness.
A modern boolcbindery lceeps library books in readable shape.
Five's fl'le limi? on boolts af one fime from fhe loan deslc.
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Local paper or national magazines-all in flue periodical room.
The school year 1951-52 was an epochal one
in the history of the college. War hysteria sub-
sided as truce negotiations brought the Korean
war to a stalemate. G. l. billers graduated . . .
the depression year babies became of college
age and enrollment decreased slightly. Para-
doxically enough things were bigger and better
at the college. A great leader stepped down
at the height of his career and was replaced
by an equally great man. Buildings of mortar,
stone and steel sprang up on all parts of the
campus . . . it was the year that the Menys
Gymnasium, WOIIICHQS Gymnasium, and Stad-
ium were added to the recreational facilities
of the college.
Practically every school and department
shared in the re-division of classrooms and office
space resulting from the opening of the new
Education Building and Masters Hall.
Housing facilities were augmented by the
completion of Quadrangle units for men and
Kendall Hall for women. Several sororities
moved into Chilton.
Wlien the college started on its brilliant pro-
gram of expansion one of the first acts of the
administration was to create a library of merit-
a library that stood out among libraries in the
great Southwest. Knowing full well that a col-
lege of mature stature built on the university
plan could not be a reality without a strong
library, Dr. McConnell Worked untiringly to
include a modern building in the program of
expansion. Taking advantage of the post-de-
pression era, the administration sought out-
side financing supplemented by state appropri-
ations to build the present modern library com-
pleted in l937.
The Library Building
A naiural progression-leaves 'lo human analomy
Advanced work includes probing radialion effects
Full stock rooms supply boih chemisfs and biologisls.
Long before the physical plant caught up with the
reputation of the Science Department, the college held
an enviable position in this field in the Southwest.
Graduates who took their pre-med work were success-
ful surgeons and doctors. Engineers. research workers.
teachers and business leaders had conie under the tute-
lage of its competent leaders. Realizing that the for-
ward nrarch was iinpeded by a lack of "breathing
space," the adniinistration saw to it that the build-
ing program contained an underlined notation on the
need for a new Science Hall. YVith completely new
facilities, North Texas would soon take its place as a
true leader in technical. scientific fields.
The dreain became a reality when in l95l the
magnificent structure was turned over to the college.
Named for the late lVallace Newton Masters, Masters
Hall accommodates the departments of Biology antl
Chemistry. Faculty and student research laboratories,
classrooms, storerooms. offices. an autlitorium, and
teaching laboratories are equipped for a niotlern sci-
ln these labs eager young stutlents pore over test
tubes ancl special equipment into the late hours of
the night to gain a comprehensive grasp ol' subject
matter and techniques. Masters Hall is a milestone in
the progress of North Texas.
Slrong lights and microscopes reveal another world
Dangerous 'Fumes dispersed lhrough suclion pumps
Physiology lab invesfigales living maHer properties
NTexas Enioys Era of Rapid Growrh
Many moons may shine across the North Texas campus before another XV. McConnell comes
on the scene. For Dr. McConnell's life has been one of sheer devotion, along with his wife, to
one cause - building a greater North Texas State College.
The tributes paid Dr. McConnell at his recognition dinner March 4 reflect the greatness of
this nationally-recognized educator - "a giant among a forest of great men."
Taking over the presidency in IQ34 upon the death of Robert Lincoln Marquis, Dr. Mc'
Connell was a man eminently qualified for the presidency of North Texas State Teachers Col-
lege. At one time he studied at the college, then moved on to the University of Denver and
Colunibia University for graduate Work. I-le returned to Denton as a mathematics instructor and
moved rapidly up the ladder by serving as associate dean. head of the economics department, and
dean of the college.
One need but look at the physical plant and the record of its growth to see a pearmanent
testimony to Dr. McConnell's leadership.
Dr. and Mrs. McConnell af home in iheir new collage al I8l5 W. Oak Sfreef.
The lefe Governor Beauford Jesfer signs fhe bill which makes Norfh Texas a universify-plan college
Mrs. Grace Cariwrigh+ presenfs Dr. McConnell wifh a
check af +he dedicafion ceremonles on March 4.
Shown inse+ in fhe picfure of Marquis Hall are fhe lafe presidenf R. L. Marquis and his successor, Dr. W. J. McConnell. lCarrurh Phofoj
lllusrrlous Ex Named Elgh'rh Presldenf
On March 4 - amid the excitement of ceremonies, luncheons. and dedication - Dr.
James Carl Matthews became the eighth president of North Texas State College. Thousands
of students, exes, and state and national personages crowded the campus to witness the event.
Covernor Allan Shivers, representing the state of Texas, brought formal greetings to Dr.
Matthews and to President Emeritus VV. Joseph McConnell. Also on hand at the installation
ceremonies were Dr. Ben H. YVooten, chairman ol' the Board of Regents, and other college
The new president first assumed his position in September. l95l. soon after the resigna-
tion of Dr. McConnell.
Dr. Matthews' work in the field of teacher education is recognized and applaud-
ed throughout the United States. His name has appeared in Who's Who in America, Wl1o's
Wlicm in American Education, Wlio's VVho in Texas, and VVho's XVho in American Colleges
and Universities. These publications' tributes are representative of only a part of the work he
has done in furthering the educational syetein of the nation in general - and North Texas
President Matthews was honored at the March 4 ceremonies by not only his colleagues
and his friends but also by the local press. Dallas television photographers helped to make the
occasion an indelible memory.
After obtaining his bachelors degree from NTSC, Dr.
Matthews attended Peabody College where he received his mas-
ter's degree and his doctorate. He then returned to North Texas
to instruct and direct teacher education.
Already on his way to becoming an authority on the subject
ol' teacher education. Dr. Matthews gained civic prestige as NT,s
initial vice-president. He was also the first dean of the School
Dignifaries from all over the sfa+e flocked fo lhe inaugurerion ceremonies
March 4, af which fime Dr. MaHhews became fhe eighth president of NT.
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The presiden+'s home
Dr. Maffhews and Kennefh wafch a foofball worlcouf.
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'l'he long shadow which the ten people in this
picture cast is indicative ol their positions in
North Texas State College. Their lives and work
daily cast shadows of responsibility. of education.
and of interest over the students. the life. ol' the
Each dean or officer pictured herein has a
burden placed upon his shoulders under which
a lesser person would crack. At least lour ol these
ten have seen North lexas just as we see it to-
day-as students. 'llhev know the school: their
prime interests are in its growth and in the stu-
Hlorking with these leaders are the registrar.
the business manager. the accountant. and their
respective secretaries and student helpers. XVith-
out their work. students would never conie to
Denton. And without their devotion to a connnon
cause. North 'lexas would no longer exist.
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GOVERNOR ALLAN SHIVERS
Board of Regents
Texas, true to its boisterous and colorful heritage, loves
Texans-people who are mentally young and physically ener-
getic. Governor Allan Shivers displayed these qualities during
his visit to North Texas on March 4 and proved himself to be
an outspoken advocate of higher education as well as an able
At the March installation ceremony for President C.
Matthews, the Governor complimented the administration
and the student body with his presence and paid homage
to President Emeritus Williatli McConnell.
Other Texans who play a vital part in the development of
Texas education-particularly the development of NTSC-
are members of the North Texas Board of Regents. These
nine persons prod and push the policies which are respon-
sible for the collegels rapidly growing reputation as one of the
nation's outstanding educational institutions. Dr. Ben H.
Wlooten is chairman of the Board.
In an official capacity, the Board of Regents acts as
general controller and manager of NT. College officials de-
pend on this group for authority to administer affairs and
to help with decisions. ln a more informal light, the Board
members are individuals who have taken time from their
personal affairs to help North Texas in its rise to greater
Godfrey, Kerr, Allison, McConnell, Caldwell, Woolen, Francis, Cartwright Dormenf, Monfgomery, Dulce, Maffhews.
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HARRY STANFORD ROBERT H. CALDWELL
Audifor Business Manager
ANDREW B. SWENSON
Direcfor of Trading Posf
Direc+or of fhe Sfudenf Union
EVERETT H. FARRINGTON
Direcfor of Placemenis
A colle 'e is bi business in man as ects of
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its operation. North Texas State has all the
"growing painsl' of a rapidly expanded enter-
prise, but the shock is scarcely felt by students
because administrators of tested ex erience
handle detailed transactions.
In addition to the academic deans and de-
partment heads, the president and his staff,
there are other branches of the school which
require skillful direction.
The man who holds the purse strings of the
college is Robert Caldwell, business manager.
It is his responsibility to approve all college
expenditures and exchanges. Assisting him, in
addition to his own work, is Harry Stanford, col-
lege accountant. The yearly inventory time is
the busy season for both these men.
C0111Pf1'OllCl'-VllI'621Sll1AC1' Dixie Boyd signs all
Acker Adkin Anderson Barlow
Goodman Haugland Hayes Henley
Kuhnle Legell McCloud Powell
Russell Sfarr Taylor
the college checks, makes out the pay vouchers
and handles the many mailing problems.
To Registrar Alex Dixie goes one of the
biggest jobs of all-keeping records on the
thousands of students, past and present.
Andrew "Swede" Swenson's responsibility is
management of the Student Training Post. His
well-stocked shelves supply students with neces-
sities for all their classes.
Harold Farmer is the congenial director of
the student union building. A man of great
drive and personality, he is present President of
the Denton Chamber of Commerce.
One man students seldom miss before they
leave the campus is E. H. Farrington, placement
director. He helps students find jobs in as
many fields as student qualifications will allow.
Bass Bales Foster
Holley Huckabee Jones
P,-Eddy Prim Ray
Turpen Walker Wood
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Graduate study leading to the doctors de-
gree in the fields of music and education has
been achieved in the rapid growth of the col-
lege since the first bachelors degree was offered
Graduate work was begun in September,
1935, and since that time 2,425 IIIZISICIGS de-
grees have been granted. VVork toward the
doctorate in education and music was begun in
September, 1950, with the first candidates prob-
abl ' bein f awarded de frees in 1953.
The general policies of the Graduate School
are determined by the Graduate Council and
are administered by the Dean.
Departments in the College of Arts and Sci-
ences offering majors leading to a higher de-
gree are art, biology, chemistry, economics and
sociology, English, government, history, mathe-
matics, and Spanish. 'lihe School of Educa-
tion offers majors i11 the Departments of Educa-
tion, Psychology, Health and Physical Educa-
tion, and Industrial Arts. 'l'he Schools of Busi-
ness Administration, Home Economics, and
Music offer majors leading to a higher degree.
A minor may be taken in any department on
the approval of the Graduate Council.
The Graduate School recognizes two types
of graduate students: first, students who enter
and become candidates for a higher degree,
and second, students who, having taken the
bac1ielor's degree, wish to broaden their edu-
cation without reference to a higher degree.
McAlis+er. Sampley. Harris, Malfhews, Curry. Dickie, Johnson, Blair, Adams. Scoular, Stafford, Cunningham.
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Art is so variable in meaning that it is difficult to
define, and the Art Department is just that diversified. Not
satisfied to laying Claim to being one of the most diversi-
lied art departments in the country, North Texas, Art
Department this year expanded its program even farther.
An enlarged enrollment, drawn to the department by its
Wide variety of offerings, totaled 545 for the spring semester.
The department attracts students interested in either
majoring or minoring in art. lf one desires to major in art,
he may follow any one of the following courses: Advertising
Art, Art Education, Costume Design, Crafts, Drawing and
Painting, or Interior Design.
Dr. Cora Sfafford
Making a lifhograph prinl
A class in craffs
Man has perennially searched the branch of knowledge
which treats of living organisms for the perplexing answers
to his questions.
Teaching students to be teachers, research workers, pro-
fessional biolo ists, or to do further graduate stud in an
of the fields of science, as well as of those who wish to re-
pare for admission to dental and medical schools, training in
medical technolov' ' is the ro ram of the De artment of Bio-
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The Department of Biology, directed by Dr. K. G. Sil-
yey, a recent recipient of a distinguished professorship, has
established an enviable reputation among medical colleges,
where NT graduates have been outstanding.
Wlell-equipped laboratories are found in the new science
hall where students and teachers are conducting research
in various phases of the field. Scientific contributions have
been made in water purification, drug and medical research,
and in the expanded research problems in the field of endocri-
nology Qthe science of internal secretionsj .
Located right behind Masters Hall is the animal house
In this air-conditioned laboratory are found many useful
facilities for teaching and research. ln the green house on top
of the animal house there is much needed room for experi-
mental work and class demonstrations in plant physiology.
Dr. J. K. G. Silvey
Hudgins Johnsfon Morris
McBryde Roach Sherman
Dr. Morris's research Iaborafory
A new building, equipped with the latest tools
for research and teaching, is a luxury well deserved
by a department of the college long recognized a
leader in its field. Regardless of the objective of the
student, the broad curriculum and high standards
of the Department of Chemistry are so constructed
as to offer proficient education in the field.
The objectives of the Department of Chemistry
are to train professional chemists, to prepare teach-
ers of chemistry for college and high school, and to
give a background for effective work in biology,
home economics, physics, geography, general science,
medicine, nursing, medical technology, dentistry,
elementary education, and engineering.
The courses required of the major prepare him
for graduate study in chemistry and allied sciences
and for ultimate employment as a control chemist
or research chemist. This program of study, coupled
with service as laboratory assistant, graduate tutor,
and teaching fellow, also prepares the individual to
teach undergraduate chemistry in both senior and
Dr. J. L. Carrico
Burkhalfer Escue Spurlock Truiff
discusses a problem
Workiiig on the premise that "all work and no play
makes Jack a dull boy," the English Department has
launched a program of recreation and fellowship for its
majors and minors.
What better place could one find for staff and stu-
dents alike to work and play together? At each of the
four parties given this year a film classic was shown and
refreshments were served. The four films shown were
Pygmalion, Henry VIII, Of Alice and Men, and As You
Another innovation in this year's program was the
writing laboratory for students who need additional help
in composition. The laboratory, staffed by regular mem-
bers of the English faculty, is open as a free service to
all students who need aid, and is available the entire
semester for an hour each day in the week.
A creative writing contest was open this year to all
English majors. Awards were made in April to the best
Dr- E- 5- Cliffvf' entry in the fields of poetry, short narrative composition,
A faculty party honoring Dr. Arthur Sampley of
, the library and English faculties, who was named Poet
I Laureate of Texas, was held in Marquis Hall, and con-
sisted of a lyric feast with each member of the English
Department composing a poem and reading it to Dr. and
Ballard Belcher Boaz Brodie Criffenden Haile Hall
Hendricks Key Logue Lomax Lucke Miller McGuffIn
McLain Osborne Paichell Shockley Sfanley Sullon Sweef
Economics and Sociology
Dr. Jack Johnson
Take one guess at what is the most popular course
taught in the liconontics-Sociology Department. 'l'hat's
right. lt is "Sociology of Family Lilef' taught this
year hy Mr. George Finck of the sociology faculty,
The course cleals with the interpersonal lieatures of
niarriecl lille, and their sociological significance.
In line with the big year of moving on campus, the
tleparttnent niovecl into the lower floor ol the Manual
Arts Building between lall and spring semesters. Mr.
Ross Compton retired alter thirty-one years of teaching
sociology at North 'l'eXas.
Sociology classes ntatle several trips, visiting such
places as Camp lX'oocllantl Springs near Dallas. the
new Detention Home ol' the Dallas County Juvenile
Court. anal the State lraining School lor Girls at
The department offers majors in French and Spanish. Its
main objectives are to give students some ability to read a foreign
language, make it possible for students to communicate orally
in a foreign language, and to broaden students! outlook by
giving them son1e knowledge of the people who are native to
the languages studied.
A popular book this year among foreign language students
was "Fractured French," an amusing book showing how certain
French phrases might be misinterpreted. Dr. Marian De Shazo
threatened to use the book as a text, but never got around to
DPSha1o Gerdinq Harllee
Dr. Henry Dannelley
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Dr. Waller Hansen
A first-hand study ol geographic regions, historical
sites, and population centers is obtained in various
fields of the ilClJ2l1'lIl1CI1L. Hlhere else can you take
the suninner off and receive credit for it? Mr. Lee
Knox and one bus loud of students will tour six
weeks and will visit lVashington, D. C., New York
City and Southern Canzidzi.
The department nioved lroni its "shack" on Mul-
berry Street to the second floor of the Historical
Building where Dr. lValter Hansen and his stall
have room to display their 600 rocks. niinerzils and
ores which have been stored away lor lack ol' space.
Adkins Fields Griffin Kamp
Functioning citizens, lawyers, teachers, government
employees . . . are the objectives of the Government De-
After six years ol' being scattered over the campus,
the government classes all "came home" to the second
floor of the Manual Arts Building, thus adding to the
efficiency of the department.
A joint undertaking by the faculty and students was
the creation and expansion of the Pre-Law and Govern-
inent Club which sponsored several outstanding speakers
on the campus.
History is that branch ol knowledge which
explains past events and offers comparisons with
present trend. The department stresses great-
ly the importance ol' past ages and its effects
and mistakes in relation to today's actions. The
curricula are designed for majors or minors
and lor students needing a background in re-
Walk into any library, and one ol. the first things
which greets you is a sign L'Please Be Quiet." But the
Library Service Department is composed ol' persons who
do not want to be still. The department sponsors two
library fraternities, Alpha Lambda Sigma and the Mc-
Cracken Club, holds a clinic for school librarians in June
Qto be held June 6 and 7 this yearb and makes an annual
field trip to visit neighboring libraries.
A most popular course in library service this year
has been a Thursday night course in recreational reading.
The department's work in audio-visual materials has al-
so been greatly expanded and developed.
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A growing sense of professionalism characterizes the
Journalism Department, which this year surveyed its
graduates and found over two-thirds of them in news-
paper work or closely related fields.
This spring the department was granted four sum-
mer internships by the Texas Daily Newspaper Associa-
tion, including two in advertising. Several other students
will do on-the-job training on Texas papers outside of
TDNA to assure themselves of practical newsroom exper-
ience prior to their graduation.
The first department in the state to grant journalism
credit for internship, the NTSC Journalism Department
stresses "learning by doing." lts campus training is close-
ly allied with publications work, both in the editorial
rooms and back shop. A physical plant that is one of the
best in the state contributes to the training program, and
the staff is strengthened by professional newsmen from
neighboring cities who teach on a part-time basis.
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graduates are to be found on Texas newspapers.
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In this atomic age, Mathematics has assumed
a key position in research in all scientific areas.
Staff members are working on research prob-
lems and are directing students in research.
George Copp has selected continued fractionsg
Herbert Parrish, set and interval properties
functionsg Dr. Hanson, number theories.
National recognition came to the department
when Dr. Hanson was named to the Board of
Governors of the Mathematical Association of
America and the Math Club became a "nation-
aly'-Kappa Mu Epsilon.
Dr. E. H. Hanson Brown Cooke COPD
'l'wo major changes highlighted the Physics Depart-
ments program this year. Dr. L. F. Connell became de-
partment director. succeeding Mr. L. L. Miller who had
guided North Texas' physicists lor years. The de-
partment moved into more spacious laboratories and
class rooms in the remodeled Science Building giving
the Physicists adequate space for the first time in the
history of the college.
Construction ol' an Hatom-smasherl' was delayed by
the departments moving. 'llhe machine had to be com-
pletely disassembled, with students and laculty alike
starting over after S114 was selected to house the ap-
A popular course lor liberal arts majors. Physics
131-132, was modified to include less mathematical treat-
ment ol' mechanics and to include a study olf "modern,'
physics, the atom bomb, and nuclear engines.
Dr. R. V. Holland
Buell Taliaferro Weir
Actors, radio announcers, after dinner speakers, poli-
ticians, teachers . . . all are products of the Speech De-
partment. The past year marked an historic milestone in
the growth of the department. Dr. R. V. Holland suc-
ceeded Mrs. Olive Johnson as department head, and the
department moved from Kendall Hall to the lower floor
of the Historical Building late in the spring. New head-
quarters include a Studio Theater, two radio studios,
departmental offices, and a speech clinic in addition to
regular class rooms.
The College Players were the first college group to pro-
duce Philip Barry's play, Seconzl 7llI'Tf?.S'l7l0lll, given as the
1951 fall production.
J. R. Wier became director of forensics, and guided
his five debate teams to several wins during the year.
KOED, the radio club, joined the Southwestern Col-
legiate Broadcast System, produced two thirty minute
scripts, and made plans to become a charter member of
the Texas Collegiate Broadcasting System.
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'Largest School of Business in North Texasl'
is the reputation gained in an eight-year period
under the dynamic direction of soft-spoken Dr.
Curry. Strategically located in the heart of
the Dallas-Fort Mforth business and industrial
area, the school maintains a staff of competent
business specialists in each department.
Extra-curricula activities are geared to a full-
er appreciation of business problems. Cutstand-
ing leaders are brought to the campus by active
business clubs. Climaxing the year is the annual
business banquet held May l, with awards go-
ing to outstanding students in Accounting,
Marketing, Management, Pi Omega Pi QBusi-
ness Educationj , and General Business Admin-
An internship program has been set up
that advanced students may correlate "class-
room" knowledge with actual experience. The
entire school has been constructed to aid busi-
ness students in obtaining the greatest amount
of knowledge and in preparing themselves for
our system of commerce.
Baker Brooks Brookshear Childress Chruden Collins Currie
Breckenridge Harrison Jenkins Lilflefield Oehler Peters Pick,-ell
Flood Rooney Rose Sreadman Wrighl' Wrigh? Veatqh
. . . MARKETING is made up of all the business
activities involved in the flow of goods and services, all
the way from the original producer to the COHSLIIHCII The
major in this field is designed to equip students with the
fundamental skills and knowledge essential to executives.
BANKING AND Fl NANCE
You may not start at the top when majoring in any
of these fields but you will be equipped with a back-
ground which will enable you to advance to the top.
Eniploynient opportunities are furnished by banks,
investment brokers, insurance companies, government
agencies, and finance companies. Majors in this field
become bank tellers, credit investigators, junior finan-
cial analysts, or assistants to trust officers. Opportunity
lor advancement is typically slow because ol' the degree
of trust, experience, and seasoning required.
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For the first time in the history of North Texas State
College the local area just was not large enough to handle
all the demands for student teaching. Consequently the
School of Education worked out a setup with the Fort
Wforth and Dallas Public Schools whereby student teach-
ers could teach full time for six weeks in either a Dallas
or Fort Worth school and receive six hours credit for
that teaching. Then the student was expected to return
to the campus and complete the remainder ol' his semes-
Another indication of the School of Education's en-
largement was the move into the new Education Building
during the first two weeks of October 1951.
This year there have been eighteen full-time resident
students working toward the Doctor of Education. A
total of l09 pople have taken the admission to candidacy
examinations since the program began in the fall ol 1950.
Arnold Beamer Bonney Brenholfz Craig Daniel Dick Dougherty
Jarboe Jorgenson Kelley Kooker Marquis Marlin McMulIan Priichard
Proffer Toulouse Townsend Webb Williams Wimberly Word
One segment of the School of Education
which receives more 6'guff" from other faculty
members than it deserves is the Psychology De-
partment, headed by Dr. M. C. Bonney. Some
students and faculty find a certain amount of
pleasure in poking fun at psychologists or "brain
doctorsi' as they are called, without realizing the
true worth of the work being done by the psy-
This year several research projects were
undertaken. A project on the social behavior
of school children was worked on in conjunc-
tion with the Laboratory School. A rating scale
was worked out for the new local AFROTC
unit, and an over-all study was made of factors
related to sex knowledge.
One course with popular appeal was headed
this year by Dr. Toulouse. This course deals
in the utilization of audio-visual material. A
special equipment and projection room was
provided this division of the School of Educa-
tion in its new building. In this room mem-
bers of the class project the 16 mm sound or
silent film, or the 35 mm slides, colored and
black and white, which can be used for almost
any department on the campus. Special ar-
rangements may be made by other departments
to have students in this class show movies for
which the students receive class credit.
Another popular course and one which is
proving to be very effective is that offered in
psychology on interests, aptitude and personal
testing. In this class students are expected to
check out several tests of various degrees of
difficulty and to give these tests to their room-
mates, friends, and parents. This provides stu-
dent-testers with an opportunity to evaluate the
tests given, provides himself and his testees with
a slightly better knowledge of the testee's gen-
eral intellect, and gives some insight for the test-
ers as to the general usefulness of aptitude
Dr. Wayne Adams
Proper education for children receives an emphasis at North
Texas of which few schools anywhere can boast. This year
the North Texas State College Laboratory School moved into
its new plant in the new Education Building. The Laboratory
School part of the Education Building occupies approximately
two-thirds of the total Education Building, with almost 40,000
square feet of floor space. The building features large windows
with fiber-glass diffusers to prevent glare, and adequate indirect
lighting for use on cloudy days.
In the Laboratory School library, which contains the col-
lege collection of juvenile literature, there is furniture to ac-
commodate comfortably both elementary and junior high school
Clarke Cook Cope Ebert Johnson
Nunn Peery Rayne Slack Sparks
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Mr. Theron J. Fouls
Persons interested in physical education are
known to be restless people. They are always want-
ing to slay on the move, always wanting to turn
out something better than anybody else has.
And that is just what the Menls Physical Educa-
tion Department at North Texas has gone about
doing this year. Witli a new Men's Gymnasium as
its central quarters, men's physical education is
equipped to operate on an all-weather basis, ac-
commodating as many men as want to take physi-
And the boys seem to like it. They go down to
the gym for a class and then hang around for a
couple of hours just to shoot a few goals or knock
a few flies before they go home.
Two year's physical education is required of all
men at North Texas. There are general activity
courses combining such things as football, basket-
ball, volleyball, and badminton. Or for those
with specific interests there are such things as
horseback riding, social dance, and golf.
All this physical education plus the gigantic
intramural program gives North Texas men ample
room and facilities to burn off any excess energy
they might store up after their long hours of study.
Camberon Cobb Cooper DeFoor Ferrill
Mitchell McCain Shands Walker Mathis
N Dr. Donnie Cofleral
One group of women on the campus became
awfully proud this year and justifiably so. They are
the faculty and students of the Woiiieiils Physical
Education Department, and the thing which causes
their heads to swim slightly is their new home, the
new Women's Gymnasium.
What many consider to be the most attractive
building on campus has so many new and conven-
ient features that one need not try to list them all.
However, some of the most outstanding features
l. The spacious large gymnasium which accom-
modates four basketball courts, four volleyball
courts, and seven badminton courts.
2. A beautiful and complete dance studio with
a floor stage and costume room.
3. A small gymnasium that is Hjust right" for
tumbling classes, or which may be made into a little
auditorium through the opening of folding doors
into the dance studio.
4. A health education unit with its corrective
physical education rooms, supervised rest class room,
health education class room, and photography dark
5. Modern locker and shower rooms.
Several events transpired this year in the new
lVomen's Gymnasium. Some of these were: the
homecoming coffee at which former students were
welcomed into the new building, a master dance
class conducted by one of America's leading modern
dancers, Charles W'eidman, who proclaimed the
studio one of the finest he had seen on his cross-
country tour, and a party given by the Women's Rec-
reational Association for all women on campus.
Angell Bailey Durham Harriss Holland
Members of the Industrial Arts faculty turned schol-
astic long enough this year to make an extensive study
on curriculum patterns for industrial arts teachers. Under
the direction of A. Blackburn and Earle Blanton the
staff drew up a new program for industrial arts teachers
which will establish teaching fields in wood work, metal
work, drawing, crafts, and the graphic arts.
Lapidary work was introduced this year into the
crafts courses, using such equipment as a saw designed
to cut stones, alabaster, and other rocksg and equipment
designed to polish and finish stones. Intensive work was
done by Mr. Erwin and his students in the sheet metal
courses in developing tin can projects suitable for use in
junior and senior high school industrial arts.
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Dr. Florence Scoular
This year considerable emphasis has been placed
on off-campus work in the School of Home Economics.
Dr. Florence Scoular, Dean of School of Home Eco-
nomics, and her staff feel that off-campus problems and
study gives their students access to practical problems and
situations which they would not be likely to face in the
Vet Village, a college owned housing project for vet-
erans and their families, has been used this year as a
laboratory for Home Economics methods students prior
to their experiences with adult groups in off-campus
For the first time a course will be offered during
the summer of l952 especially designed for those students
desiring to further community leadership. A number of
specialists from both on and off the campus will partici-
pate in this program.
Through the courtesy of the Hogg Foundation and
the Texas Education Agency, Dr. Bernice Moore, special-
ist in Mental Health, was on the campus for a period of
one week. During this time she helped with the de-
velopment of the community school program in Sanger
and talked to a joint group of sociology and psychology
On April 3 and 4 the School of Home Economics
sponsored a regional conference on home and family life
education under the direction of Dr. Ester McGinnis.
States included in the region were New Mexico, Okla-
homa, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.
Ackar Davis Evans Hall Lindley Lowensfeln
Luecke Maxcy Middlelon Parfon Ross Russell
Girls majoring in clothing and related arts got a good chance this year for some ex-
perience in techniques which can be applied to Hfreshening upi' in the home. Two rooms
and an office for the clothing and related arts people were acquired on the second floor
of the Manual Arts Building as a result of the evacuation of these rooms by the School
of Business Administration. Since money was not available for new equipment, old
equipment was transformed by painting and varnishing to be used by the students in
the home furnishing work section until a later time. The good experience for the
students came about through their providing the time and elbow grease for this furniture
A popular course for foods and nutrition majors is the Institutional Management
course. Included in this course of study are quantity cookery, lunch room management,
and managerial work in institutional equipment. Students taking this course assist Mrs.
Mary Kuhnle, Bruce Hall dietician, for a period of one week each by making menus, do-
ing the ordering of foods, and instructing the cooks and other employees. A special
activity this year was making 1500 sugar cookies for use during the time that the Blood
Bank was on the campus.
The Food Marketing course gives each student an opportunity to judge food values
in relationship to prices paid. As one student put it, "Did you ever taste a number of cans
of spinach or peaches to see which is the best buy? If not, you should have such an exper-
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livery great college is composed oil several
great. schools-one ol' North Texas' greatest is
the School of Music which enjoys national recog-
nition as well as regional and sectional. "'l'he
outstanding music center of the Southwest" is
an unclisputecl claim. 'l'he scintillating' rise
from a three-member department to a school
with 40 staff members of artists and teachers
has come in the brief span ol' fourteen years.
The School ol' Music offers instruction in the
whole fielcl of music on both the unclergraclu-
ate and the gratluate level: for majors in com-
position. church music. musicologv. and tlance
hancli for majors in piano, voice, organ, harp,
ancl all orchestral ancl band instruments: for
vocal and instrumental supervisors of public
school music: for private teachers of appliecl
musicg for students majoring in elementary eclu-
Organ majors enjoy ihe performance of Hue new Moller Organ in +he Main Audi+orium.
Archer Brown Cara peiyan Carley
Garnett Gibson Gordon Graham
Hibberd Kinkeldey Mainous Mainous
McCormic Offman PhilIiPS
cationg for students desiring a cultural back-
ground in music.
The doctorate program has been well re-
ceived. Dr. Otto Kinkeldey, a visiting lecturer
who has taught at Cornell, Harvard, and Prince-
ton, has aided Dr. Hewitt, Dr. Hibberd, Dr.
Morey, and Dr. Hodgson with the program. Dr.
Kinkeldey is considered one of the great con-
temporary music scholars.
The School of Music is a'ibeehive" of activity
with recitals and performances being scheduled
with clock-like precision. It serves as a Hshow
windowi' for the college as performers and
groups "hit the road". Annual tours by the
A Cappella Choir, Concert Band, Opera Work-
shop, and Symphony Orchestra provide profes-
sional training for the students and entertain-
ment for the public.
Dorn Elliot Estes Gardner
Grubb Hall Haynie Hewi'H'
Meyer Miller Morey McAdow
Richardson Rogers Scionfi
The School of Music has contributed to the
cultural background of the entire student body
by attracting leading artists to the campus. Stu-
dent recitals on a professional level offer a Wide
variety of musical experiences and opportuni-
ties for the entire student body.
The campus performances of the Symphony,
Concert Band, A Cappella Choir, Madrigal
Singers, Brass Ensemble, VVoodwind Ensemble,
Opera Workshop, Grand Chorus, Women's
Choir and enumerable faculty concerts have
drawn appreciative audiences from the North
Three leading Greek letter music organiza-
tions have chapters on the campus: Phi Mu Al-
pha Sinfonia, for men, and Mu Phi Epsilon and
Sigma Alpha Iota, for women.
The Opera Workshop presenfecl OTELLO in The fall and THE TELEPHONE and MEDIUM in fhe
spring. The 'Fall preseniaiion is considered The mos? dvffucul+ In fhe I0 year hlsfory of +he workshop
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sic Fcsiivzxl April 7. In zuldiliou Lo
a siguiliiczuit scrics ol' concerts, Lhe
Orchestra played for 2000 music
Lcuchcrs, bzuul directors. etc., lllld
500 high school slucicms in Nliucral
TVclls ut TNIICA. The Orchcstru is
shown l'CiTC21l'SiI1g in Lhc Music Hall
The .VX Cappella Choir. directed
by Cum QZZUYIIJCIYQIII. has szuuplccl a
ncw type oi' Pliflgliilll. The repel'-
Loire has iucluclccl Z1 iiuiubei' of pic-
Buch works. The choir has iuacle
two exieusivc L0ll1'S and prcscmcd
um umccrls on thc campus, and
snug before the NITNAX Couvcu-
When North Texas was scarcely more than an infant
institution, the founders began to realize that its gurgles
would someday be proclamations, that its stature would
someday reach a new height in learning. ln preparation
for this future, the educational leaders set about building
and developing a great storehouse of knowledge-the
The libraries of the College contain approximately
225,000 volumes, exclusive of 31,000 pamphlets and
bulletins and 10,000 government documents. Non-book
materials number 7,335 phonograph records, 3,519 slides
and film and film strips, 716 maps, and 6,866 pieces of
sheet music. More than 1,300 periodicals and newspapers
are received currently.
The library building has five reading rooms with
a seating capacity of about 600, in addition to 70 carrels
in the stacks for graduate students. A Reference Room,
Reserve Library, Periodical Room, and Music Library
are each administered by a separate staff in charge of a
trained librarian. A Browsing Room for recreational
Brashears Cafhey Evans Fredrickson Heyer Knox Parroff
Peterson Potter Savage Swindle Ward Wells
The main reading room, air condifioned 'for summer comfort
reading is administered by the Circulation De-
'llhe library is well equipped for graduate
study in a number of fields. It contains over
38,000 volumes of bound periodicals, including
the leading scientific journals of the United
States and Europe. It has 9,337 volumes of
reference works, 20,533 volumes of music
books, scores, and sheet music, and well-rounded
collections in art, biology. business administra-
tion. chemistry. economics. education, English
and American literature, geography, govern-
ment, physical education. and Spanish.
The library has unusual bibliographical
facilities. In addition to the Ijbmry of Congress
Catalog of 1Jl'i7IIff"d Cards, the Britisfz jl'fIl.S6HllZ,
Cnfnlogtzr of Prinfffzl Books, and the standard
trade and special bibliographies, it maintains
a card catalog of the serials head in the region
by five colleges and universities and two large
public libraries. By means of interlibrary loan,
students are able to secure quickly many ma-
terials needed for graduate study.
Besides the Main Library there are the fol-
lowing separately shelved and specially admin-
istered collections: Music, Education, Chemis-
try. journalism. Laboratory School. and State
Historical Museum. The Gustine Courson
XVeaver Juvenile Library. a gift of Dr, Clifford
lVeaver and the late Mrs. Uustine Courson
Wleaver, is shelved in the Browsing Room.
The library is administered by a staff of six-
teen professionally trained librarians. A refer-
ence librarian is available at all times to aid
graduate students in locating the materials that
Rear view of Kendall Hall
Dormilory System Houses 2500 S'ruden'rs
Sixtccn years ago Llic lounclation was
poured lor Marquis Hall, NorLli 'lcxas'
liirsl clorrnilory, wlricli was designed Lo ac-
coninioclalc H2 wonicn. 'llic completion
ol Kendall Hall with 300 places for women
ancl thc Quadrangle of lour units housing
600 nicn bring to 2500 thc nunrber ol Col-
lege ownccl sluclenl acconinioclations lor a
rapidly expanding insliuuion. Meal scr-
vicc lor Llrc Quadrangle unit is ccntralizccl
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for efficient service. Located adjacent to
the Mens Gymnasium and near the Stad-
ium and golf course the ramp style dormi-
tories are happily situated for the conven-
ience, comfort, and recreation of the men
who live there.
Chilton Hall, formerly occupied by men
students, has been converted into units
for sororities with the Kappa Kappa Kap-
pa, Kappa Theta Pi, Phi Gamma Kappa,
Air view of Quadrangle
Oak S+ree+ Hell
Delta Chi Delta, and Zeta Pi Gamma sor-
orities having homes there.
In addition to the college owned facili-
ties, private homes and apartments afford
accommodations for 3500 students, bring-
ing to 6000 the number of student accom-
modations in Denton.
New Gymnasiums and Sfadium
omplefe Afhlefic Planf
Twenty thousand seats await students, ex-students,
and friends of North Texas State for the coming foot-
ball season. Concessions ,a field house, track, press box,
and modern lights and scoreboards make the plant com-
plete and modern in every detail.
The Mens Gymnasium, with a seating capacity of
4,500, has already had to use a "standing room only"
sign. Equipped with modern backboards, electrically
controlled scoreboards, and adequate dressing room facili-
ties, the building lends itself to easy adaption for audi-
North Texas State College has provided
for a well-rounded program in recreation
for its women students. One of the most
adequate of its new buildings is the Mfom-
en's Gymnasium which is the center of
recreation activities for women.
Physics and Malhemafics Building
If you saw someone trekking across the cam-
pus with a typewriter or a calculating machine
forget about calling the police. It was just one
of the many moves necessitated by the build-
ing program. The old Science Hall was reno-
vated from top to bottom and given to the
Physics, and Mathematics Departments and
renamed the Physics and Mathematics Build-
'l'he School of Home Economics received ad-
ditional floor space in the Manual Arts Build-
ing when the School of Business gave the old
Education building a new set of windows and
a new interior and renamed it Business Ad-
ministration Building. Government, Econom-
ics and Sociology moved into a portion of the
space in the Manual Arts Building to offer a
coordinated and ellicient program.
The Geography, Speech, and History Depart-
ments have moved into the Historical Build-
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ing. Office space has been provided for direc-
tors and staff members.
Industrial Arts became the proud possessor
of the building originally named Post Office
and later Psychology Building. Modern offices
and a few classrooms were created in this unit.
Not shown in the layout is Masters Hall
which now houses the Chemistry and Biology
Departments. The Education and Laboratory
School also moved into their new modern build-
ing with many advanced designs incorporated
in its architecture.
The Library Annex raises to 450,000 books
the capacity of the Library, which is already
second in holdings among state-supported col-
leges in Texas. Special libraries in chemistry,
journalism, music, and education supplement
the general library. The Laboratory School is
proud of a 15,000 volume collection of juvenile
Business Aclminislralion Building
Ed ucafion Building
ln the Education Building one may go from
the kindergarten through the doctorate. Here pros-
pective teachers learn the art of teaching in order
to make their contribution to public education in
Texas. Public school administrators may observe
modern lighting, heating, and special equipment
Recreation facilities of the college include the
new Student Memorial Union Building, located
near the center of the campus and containing
a snack bar, cafeteria, dance-lounge area with
a mezzanine floor, club rooms, game rooms,
music room. postoffice, Trading Post, and of-
fices of the Ex-Student Association.
A popular place with students is the Golf
Clubhouse, a rock building containing a snack
bar, ballroom, golf shop, dressing rooms, and
shower and locker facilities.
The College Hospital, augmented by a frame
annex erected in l947, has a staff of two physi-
cians, six nurses, a technician, and a dietitian.
Hospnfal Rear view of Union Building
YVhat could better exemplify the spirit of a college
than its student life? Sure, students don't stay in one
place very long. They're here for four years. then off
to more fertile pastures for their vocations.
But in that four years students are able to con-
tribute the real red blood which flows through the
veins of North Texas State College. Denton as a city
bears the indelible stamp of youth and vitality, placed
upon it by the two colleges located here.
Student living can be a noisy and bothersome affair
to the old heads some times. But students are just inde-
pendent enough not to let that stop anything they might
want to do. If the gang wants to plan a party down at
"Blondie's" or go on a Hpicnicm to Lake Dallas, or if the
fraternity schedules a dance. there's always plenty of
Lest some one receive the impression that students
are nothing but a bunch of rowdies, let us say that the
year 1951-52 at North Texas has been a year of many ac-
complishments, of many thrills and heartbreaks, and,
most important, a year ol' real and vital living and learn-
Gel up, shave, and begin +l'1e day of classes and fun.
Nine o'cloclr . . . sfudenls sleepily slumble lo class.
The day begins wi+l1 a rare calm and placid s-lillness
Busy mornings are filled wi+l'1 classes. classes, classes!
Help yourself, girls. H's +ime 'lor luncli. Time lo eal and relax.
Affernoons are lieclic, 'fillesl will: limi' ever-presenf evil-sfucly.
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YVe lead busy lives here at North Texas. Our days
are filled with classes, study, meetings, dates, fun. Hours
are crammed with new experiences - varied, interest-
ing, vitalizing ones.
Ordinarily beginning somewhere between seven
and nine o'clock, the collegianls average day cloesn't
end until twelve or one.
Wliat do we do with our time? It's hard to say,
but we manage to keep busy. Then in a surprisingly
short length of time, the day is over and we must go to
bed. And then What?
Morlling bg- and another dayy There's sfill 'lime for a few dances after the show
Fifteen minules late! Why are women so slow?
"Come on, Hon. We'lI miss fhe feature."
lhe hours between lllllllllglll zincl tlzlwn are
lonely ones on our cznnpus. The hustle and
hurry of the clay is gone, and the cfulni stillness
of the night excludes at ghostly presence.
Quietness clescencls with the eleven o'cloek
curfew. The wonien are gently tuekecl into
their clorniitories, and nien, cleprivecl of feni-
inine companionship until the following clay,
return to their honies.
'llhese views of our czunpus are rarely seen
except to those few who walk the streets in the
hours before clawn.
The familiar 'face of fhe Ad Building looks lonely af night
Befween Midnighf and Dawn
Devoid of fun-seeking collegians,+l'1e back porch of fhe U.B. gives forfh a gf'1os+ly air.
Lighis and shadows mingle in a midnighl scene af fhe founfain.
Af+er all fhe girls have gone 'ro bed, Chlllon HaII's charm becomes dormanl.
Worn volumes in +he Library receive well earned resl.
Above: A ho? summer day, 'rwo couples, and a converlilale acid up 'io a irip 'io Dallas.
Left S'ra+e Fair Musical "Miss Liber+y" sfarring Dick Haymes was 'rheir desfinafion.
Firsf lesson in swimming - ge+ in+o Hue wa+er. Whaicha doing. boys? He ain'+ even in ihe class. Don'+ be basl-uful, show off ihai hairy ches+
Afler a hcl' day of slaving on 'lhe Campus Chef . . .
Above: Two fufure NT coeds gel an early s+ar+ al school
Lef+: Married couples chat over lunch a+ Oalt Sireel hall
Summertime was a time of contrasts. Older students
flocked to the campus to brush up on their educations,
filling dormitories and classrooms- The youngsters
studied hard and played hard.
Summertime was a busy time of play and study. Hot
days were filled with classes and labs, then swimming
and sunning. Plenty of time to sleep, to relax.
North Texas exhibited its talent. Club Varsity pre-
sented a series of shows which were telecast over WF AA-
TV. And five collegians were in the chorus ol' the Dallas
State Fair Musicals.
Chilton Hall was being redecorated for female tene
ancy lor the second time in the dormitorys history.
The mad rush of regis+ra+ion and. "Musf l lalre English I00 for the 'fourlh fime, professor?"
A Time for Sfudy and Fun
Even if H is raining oufside, ihis is a heck of a place fo have a picnic
They lool: awfully young +o be eifher vefs or non-vels.
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Right This isn'+ as much fun, bu+ if sfill counfs Three hours.
We need lef+ handed desks and more sfudenis in ihis school
Won'+ know how fo gef you undone unfil fhe nex+ lesson.
Proudly sporling fheir new green and while beanies,+l1efallfresl'1men congregafe af clubhouse for a "GefTogell'1er
Alll1OUglI only four games were played here, s+uden+s saw Coach Mi+chell's gridders roll lo The Gulf Coasi' crown.
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Witli fall came the return to school.
Hordes of students again disturbed Den-
Green and white freshman beanies were
sported proudly, and questions of "Wliei'e
can I find the Ad Building?', were heard.
After the rush of registration was over,
collegians settled down to the routine of
classes and study.
Football again was the popular sport,
and the Eagles embarked on a successful
season to become the Culf Coast Champ-
The Halloween Carnival and Home-
coming highlighted the fall season. The
North Texas Symphony was presented in
concert, and opera workshop, under the
guidance of Mary lx'lCC01'IIllC, sang their
way through H0tello."
Moving in+o fhe dormifory necessi+a+es a maior under+aldng for fhe family.
Kappa Thela Pi sponsors were iudges for fhe annual Thefa Amafeur Show. Jan Wood was winner.
Presidenf and Mrs. Maiihews honor faculfy and siaff members af recepfion in ihe union building.
Even 'though a raging downfown fire exfinguished dormifory
ligh1's, conscienfious coeds refused fo give up siudy hours.
Whiie shiris were definifely H16 vogue for +he Talons' 'Fall Whife Shir? Dance.
November . . . and exes eagerly looked over ihe ever-expanding campus.
David Taylor +oolc 'fop honors in Heid+'s You+h Opporiunify Show
Ano+her 'field goal is added as 'rhe Eagles defeai Hardin-Simmons in the new gym.
Alpha Rho Tau's arl' sale draws prospeclive sludenf buyers
The weather 111a11 turnecl tl1e tables on
tl1e Yucca this year-not a si11gle picture of
ice and s11ow lor our Winter section.
But the Slllllly weather clicln't slow clown
winter activities. Christlnas parties, and
best of all, holidays, interrupted the school
year. NT saw one of its liveliest basketball
seasons, and tl1e March of Dimes Taxi
Dance was a big success in Great Hall. The
college was honorecl wl1e11 three faculty
inernbers, McAlister, Bonney, and Silvey,
were clistinguisliecl professors. It was a
b11sy season, uncoinplicatecl by Old Man
Vxlinter's chilling hancl.
Winfer . . .
Green Jaclcei members and rushees cha! during 'the rush coffee in Marquis' Crysfal Room.
"San+a Claus is Coming io Town" courfesy Mrs. Helen Wrigh+'s merchandising arf class.
TlSA'S dislrici Three execuiive commiffee discusses school governmeni over luncheon.
Co-sponsored by Thelas and APO's, 'lhe faxi dance gave funds for TB drive
The Parry Season
Be careful. I+'d be a ierrible calamiiy fo break a leg fhis near Chrisfmas vacafion.
The Chrisimas spiril' inspired collegians fo help unforfunares in Korea.
Highways were crowded when cani-
pusites returned to Denton after inid-
year holidays. They were niet at the
end of the registration line by a ballot
box - an election for naming the new
Eagle niascot was being held, and Vic-
tor was the final result.
Club Varsity gave its winter show,
and canipusitcs turned out to see the
College Players' production of "Sec-
ond Thresholdfy The Yucca an-
nounced its beauty contest winners
at intermission of the All-College
Winter formal. Those final exams in
January were the only snags in the
The punchbowl was a popular place af 'fhe MTO Chrisimas Formal.
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Dinner was served fo all Yucca beaufy finalisfs af +l'1e beaufiful Denfon Counfry Club.
I+ seemed like old limes when fhe Dipsy Doodlers reiurned 'lo perform on a iam session.
Spring . . .
Sunny spring clays inspire slcalers 'lo remove rheir slcaies from sforage.
Ah, Spring, when a young
niairs fancy turns to love and
politics. lt was the season ol' the
big election-the czincliclates and
posters, but not the spirit, were
all wet after more than six days
of ruin. lt was 21 hot election
with lots ol' campaigning-more
than 40 cancliclates ran lor USNT
and cheerlezicler posts-
'lhe Dipsy Doocllers returned
for zi jam session perlorinance,
and scored 21 hit with new and
Skating and clzincing were re-
suinetl on the slab, and the tennis
courts were crowded with sun-
bathers. Convertible tops went
down, and picnics became the
e friendly 'rinlrle of fhe ice cream man's wagon beckons.
Spring rains keep mainfenance crew occupied mowing down lush grass
When men appear in such undress, you know i+'s spring!
Den+on's cufmodecl phone sysiem was replaced in March by modern dials.
Benches are warmed by collegians eager io be ou+side.
The School Year's Encl Nears
In fhe shadow of lhe Music Hall, A Cappella Choir members embark on one of 'rheir many fours
Cha+ News Eclifor shows a SMU German exchange s+uden+ lhe campus
Texas Educalion Delegales sfucly sfafe vocafional plan.
Classes were dismissed and dorms held
open house for the biggest campus occasion
of the year one day this spring. It was
March 4-President Matthews was formally
installed, President-Emeritus McConnell
was honored with a recognition luncheon,
and eight new buildings were dedicated.
But there were other new things on the
campus and in Denton this spring. A new
dial telephone system was installed, and
"Number, please" became an outdated
Then, there was the traditional big
spring event. Dutch VVeek, when men
rate and coeds fete, came along in March,
and soon afterwards, dorms and social
groups began a whirl of spring formals.
And on Honors Day, May 5, depart-
ments went honorably wild, awarding
honors to their outstanding students.
Guests enioy iniermission time ai lnferfra+erni+y presenfafion
Girls clusfer around 'rhe genileman who is 'forfunafe enough fo be Hue possessor of a converfible.
Beaufy is a co-op process in a women's dorm.
Coed shows off her laiesf buy-a pair of shoes.
One of Those famous gab sessions in aciion.
Women How They Live
H ialces a mighfy indusirious soul io do any sfudying amiclsi' fhe confusion ihaf reigns nighily among dormifory women.
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A rcommafe is a girl who sifs by and crilically wafclies you dress. Close C0mP5fll0"lSl1lP. Chiller, and Cards fypify dormilory life.
Did I get a buzz? YVho's got my bobby
pins? Bull sessions, house meetings, ll
o'Clock curfew-life in a girls dorm is hec-
tic but lun. There were the open houses
on March 4-eds had a heyday inspecting
More than 1560 Coeds will live in col-
lege dorms next year. The newest of the
six dorms, Kendall Hall, will open next
liall and accommodate 300 women.
Chilton Hall, formerly a boys dorm, was
taken over by Coeds last fall-five social
If loolfs like lhings will never gel' siraighf, buf evenfually, llwey 'Find a place.
sororities, an honorary group, and other
girls live in the dorm.
Complaints? Theres a few-food Can't
always be caviar and champagne, and
phones are sometimes overworked when
eds are seeking dates.
A source of blind dates, dorms are also
good campaign territory during elections.
and complete costumes for Pirate parties.
Southern plantation balls, or Shakespea-
ran festivities Can be scraped together by
a careful combing of the building.
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Life Wi'rh The Men
A masfer execulive co-ordinaling his various enferprises.
Theres an ari' fo shaving while you re shll asleep
Some room always ads as a Mecca, for one reason or another.
A men's dorm is a living thing, never quite
empty, never quite dead. There's always some-
thing going on, and there's never any telling
exactly what that something will be. It may be
as trivial as studying for an exam, and it may as
easily be some complex affair like a poker game
or a bull session ranging from women to . . .
Somefimes i+'s a liHle hard +o +ell iusi wha? is going on!
The joke-telling, shoe-shining, shaving, grip-
ing goes on always, day after day, night after
night, month after month. But after all, the
really noticeable thing about a menis dorm is
the air of complete maleness. If, someday, by
chance, whiskers should be found growing on
a doorknob there, they would not seem at all
out of place. Not even unexpected.
The game musf be pinochle-gambling's noi allowed.
l'l's a hard choice befween sludies and the local news.
Marriage and School
Marriage is a great institution. At least,
that's what married couples will tell you. They
even try to convince their bachelor friends.
This year for some unknown reason-perhaps
love-more couples than usual have taken the
fatal step. Coeds must now carefully scrutinize
the third finger left hand of the men in their
The married college man has a greater pur-
pose in his educational pursuit than his single
brothers. He must prepare himself to support
a wife, and in many cases, children. His de-
termination to receive an education is shown
by his defeat of the difficulties he encounters
While trying to support a family and, at the
same time, go to school.
Hubby assisls wifh 'lhe supper dishes as "Momma' mixes formula
Baby Allan dominales The evenings in fhe Wailrins' home, regulaling sleeping, ea+ing and s+ucly hours.
Undressing The li'Hle one is a perilous faslc.
lf offen lakes coaxing 'lo gel lhe baby lo eaf.
Thoughlful wife malres lafe-hour sfudying easier.
Morning-and anofher day of classes and worlc.
Picfured on fhis page are Bill Wafltins, his wife Peggy, and 'their son, Allan.
Dressed for bed, ihe baby becomes wide awake.
A loving wife is a nice +hing io have around fhe house
The students all know where to go,
whether they need a Beethoven Concerto
or 500 yards of gummed paper tape. Both
go to the arsenal of North Texas, the Stu-
dent Trading Post. Handling an amazing
variety of merchandise, the Trading Post,
under the guiding hand of Andrew
CSwedej Swenson, furnishes students with
the various necessities for carrying on class
life. A rotating force of students and
regular employees handles all customers
as quickly as possible - try to be patient,
ANDREW B. SWENSON, Manager
The Trading Posl offers mucl1 needed books-for a price.
ln addition lo boolrs, fhe Trading Pos? deals in all sorts of supplies
The hospital at North Texas sits in the
Southeast corner of the campus, quietly
waiting for unhappy collegians with ail-
ments ranging from broken legs to sore
throats. Sympathetic hearts and at least
reasonably gentle hands await all coiners.
The building has a reputation for being
easy to get out of, but students who have
spent time in the infirlnary will confirm
reports of good food, solid rest and nice
people. As you know, that combination
can make sickness a pleasure.
Home for Sick Souls
i Ailing collegians receive professional care
ve a sore Hwroaf, headache, and a Marin quiz.
Firsf Aid nurse fakes care of wounded sfucienis. V s lima! Ai
Dieficians carefully check anal re-checlr menus. ll'1SUl'1l'l9 Well-lD6ldf1Ced- delicious meals'
Feeding an average of 1750 people
daily is a large task. But it is capably
handled by the North Texas Food
Service under the supervision of Miss
Sadie Kate Bass, Director of the Dorm-
itory Food Service.
Providing Well-balanced, nutritious
meals daily for college eds and coeds
requires a huge personnel and hours
of planning and buying. Well ap-
pointed dining rooms are located in
In 1951, the Food Service provided
means for approximately 50,000 peo-
Gian? elecfric mixer 'rosses 'logefher great laafches of pasfries.
Low-lemperafure loclcers house meals and perishables.
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Hop-House is ius+ one of 'Phe co-ops, serving family-s+yle meals fo some 460 s+uden+s every day.
Eating Plac s
Student eating generally takes
place either in dorm cafeterias or
campus co-ops. Except for the
lucky few who get a chance to
cook for themselves, ahnost ev-
eryone uses one of the above
outlets . . . they eat, sigh, com-
plain, and, of course, go right on
A statement of factg No one
has ever died of starvation, de-
Long-awai+ed pofaioes arrive, carried by aleri' sfudenf waiier.
Ive dorm cafeferias serve dormifory-dwelling campus populafion
Sluclenfs Who Work
Top: He may ierlc sodas, buf he's no ierlc, 'Feminine 'Friends fesfify.
Bo'H'om: Consfruclion work has provided iobs for many college men.
Selling popcorn is a pleasanl way lo worlt your way 'rhrough school.
For many ambitious North Texans, college
means more than classes, study, and play. It
means Working their way through college to
help their families pay the many expenses.
Various part time jobs in the institution and
in the community are available to collegians
desirous of making a little extra money. Work
can be found in offices, department stores,
theaters, drug stores, to name only a few of the
These students who Work have a rather diffi-
cult time trying to find study hours. But they
seem to take their educational responsibility
seriously because they realize the cost of their
:racle schoolers loolr sweel, buf oh, can lhey be imps!
Student teaching can be fun, education ma-
jors are told. And then comes student teach-
ing. "Wow, every kid in that class needs a
spanking and an But after a few weeks'
work with the little angels Qand the not so little
ones in high schoolj student teachers decide
to stay with the job, and eventually most decide
it's fun, as their education teachers told them.
A few lucky collegians moved to Dallas and
Fort VVorth for six weeks out of the semes-
ter and did their student teaching there as
a part of the education departments intern-
ship program. Dozens more journeyed daily to
Pilot Point, Northwest, and other high schools
outside of Denton for teaching credit, and hun-
dreds of North Texans filled the classroom stu-
dent teaching jobs in Denton public schools
and the NT lab school.
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Conferences wilh supervisors hold an imporlanl place in sfuclenf leaching.
Sleps in moclern educalion oullined by sludenl ieacher.
Teaching music can be 'Fun-if lhe sludenls will sing
Collegians who possess cars find themselves
lucky. On an ever increasing campus, buildings
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i the day of bicycles and pogo sticks may returng
students might turn to the much-threatened
roller skates. But until then, most content
themselves to walking, to riding the Goose, or to
pleading for the family car, "just for the week-
seem to stretch farther and farther away. Soon
end, please, Dad-H
Then +here's the problem of fhe low iurfle and 'rwo exfra bags
Going home on the bus, and looldf fhe mob. Whaf fun, Chrisfmas rushes.
Thai lasf cup of coffee look foo long . . . hold H, don'f wrife 'fhaf Hclcefl
When other sources fail, ihere's feef, durn if. Oh, for a car!
Avoided by many, shunned by more, study-
ing is one of the more necessary evils of col-
Many students do their studying in the U.B.
with their dates. Others go to the college
library, home of thousands of books, meeting
place of pre-date studies, short cut from Terrill
Hall to the Post Office.
But seekers of knowledge can most frequent-
ly be found piled up in bed surrounded by
their books, papers, and cigarettes.
With all their joking about having to study,
most eds and coeds realize the value of the edu-
cational opportunity which is being offered
Brains and Books
Are you sure 'lhis is correcf, Miss Lomax? If ain'+ in ihe dicshunarry.
Top: Deep concenfrafionz Whaf haf goes wi+h my
Below: Wonder if she'll 'lalre reporis on "Gocl's Liffle
So happy and in ihe library? You won'+ laugh so hard when The fesl is over
Top: Buf why does fhe doc need lo lcnow my shoe size?
Middle: Too laie 'lo baclr ouf. They have your name.
Boffom: Temperafure, pulse normal. Feel nervous?
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Blood for Korea
uiclc, dociorl This girl has no blood pressure. Buf l only gof in line fo buy a paclr of cigarelfef
Could anyone lei me have a cigarette?
See ihal' red sluff? lf's your blood!
O11 February 27, North Texas students watched
Red Lross workers unload boxes ole equipment to some people Wm do anyyhing +0 relax a mime'
set up a temporary hospital in Harriss Gyninasiuni
for a blood donation campaign. Reactions ranged
lroru the eagerness of those with friends in Korea
to the trepidation of those who just plain didn't
like the idea of getting stuck with a needle. Many
who wanted badly to give blood were rejected . . .
pressure too high. pressure too low . . . but after
the final count was made. and the final arrn stuck,
North Texas had donated 427 pints of life-giving
blood to the "Blood for Korea" drive. The Home
Ee class baked 2000 cookies lor the sufferers, and
overall blood pressure dropped three points.
North Texas had proved again that it is more
than proud - it is generous.
Your blood is lype AB, RH positive." "Hul1?" Bur Dr. Hayes, all l wan? is a paclc of . . You mean you wan? a whole bollle 'full of blood?
Beau'ry and good looks decora+ed +he club house as Delia Chis en'rer+ained sororify and 'fra+ members.
Lef s H ave a Pa rfy
Rags and +aHers were The siyle af Phi Gam Hobo Parfy.
Wicked sailors, daring ladies braved +he Troian Piraie Dance.
Gay cosfumes fwinlded ai The Alpha Rho Tau Fanlasy Ball.
Party ti1ne - the time for play.
Ranging from wild costume balls to
zany soc hops, parties on the campus are
frequent and varied.
Regardless of whether they are All-Col-
lege or privately sponsored, everybody
loves a party.
YVhen classes and studies become too dis-
couraging, and spirits become disconsolate,
it's time to hear, 5'I,et,s have a ball!"
WRA members enlerlain ihemselves af a pariy in lhe Women's Gym.
Secrel Desires-expressed al Phi Sig Pledge Dance
The+as like ihe Orienlal loolr a+ 'fheir par+ies
Collegians calch up on l'1o'l campus gossip over 'llwe coffee cup in ihe snaclr bar of lhe Union Building.
More conservafive NTexans mee! in 'lhe cafeferia for fheir iava
The Posi' Office-where collegians eagerly look in'ro bare mail boxes.
If your daie is a cheap skate fhus is where you il end up on a spring night
Coffee, cards, class cuts, and companionship-that's why
campusites flock by the hundreds to the Union Building
daily. Only three years old, the building is the center of many
Wecliiesclay night dances, All-College formals, elections,
student senate and club meetings-all these took place in the
Union Building this year. There were the Thursday after-
noon jam sessions when the Howdy room was crowded with
Heats" and spectators. And the coeds swooned like bobby-
soxers when movie star Dale Robertson made an afternoon ap-
pearance in the Howdy room. Dancing or skating under the
stars were the popular pastimes when warm weather permit-
ted the slab, south of the building, to be used.
Once a semester, students swarmed into the Trading Post
to purchase textbooks and supplies for the classes that keep
them away from the Union Building a few hours each day.
And the UB has one more sure drawing card-the Post Of-
fice-where caxnpusites pick up letters and checks from home.
Union Building Acfivifies
Norfh Texas' l9fl'1 hole-home of nafional collegiafe champion golfers, refuge for dance-seelring sfudenfs, and haven for social evenfs.
Club House ancl Golf Course
ln fhe spring a young man'
s fancy furns fo I8 holes of golf af fhe clubhouse
Swinging to Sammy Kaye or swinging
golf clubs-you'll find both activities at
the club house. Juke boxes or imported
bands provide music for portraying col-
legians at the well-equipped recreation cen-
ter, and both novices and national golf
champions swing irons and woods on the
surrounding links. If neither of these
suits your tastes, you can take a stroll over
to the bird cage and watch the college mas-
cot, Victor, flap his eagle wings.
H's greal io si'r in lhe sun and walcln someone else swai' 'rhe golf ball.
Snack bar offers re'Fresl1men+ 'lor hungry, +l1frs+y, and firecl dancers.
All se+ for a furn around flue course. Be careful of fhe lalce
The Sa+urday Nigh+ Sfage Show with 'Fessor and his Aces has become a iradifion.
Talenf appearing on +he S+age Show is drawn from ihe NT sfudeni' body.
Those Aces-North Texas loves 'em-are
the hit of every Saturday night Stage Show.
Directed by 'Fessor Floyd Graham, the
Aces of Collegeland have become a cani-
pus tradition with their professionally-
styled dance music and stage show melo-
Campusites consider the Aces the top
attraction, but college ballad singers, opera
stars, dancers, and vaudeville troopers step
into the act and win applause from Stage
Show audiences. And the pit orchestra
has become as traditional a part of the
show as the Aces are. After the "live" en-
tertainment comes the "canned" stuff-
Grade A movies and Tom and Jerrys.
It was billed as the Friday night stage
show early in the year, but tradition over-
ruled, and canipusites again get dollars'
worth of entertainment for 30 cents each
Presenting jam sessions every
Thursday afternoon, the Lab Band
serves as the link between the campus
and the world of jazz-
The workshop of student arrangers
and student musicians makes public
its efforts in the U.B. Howdy Room
under the direction of Gene Hall.
Collegians flock to the U.B. on
Thursdays to hear the special music
of the band and to dance. Exception-
al talent, both vocal and instrumental,
can be heard at the weekly jam ses-
Occasionally you're squeezed in behind ihe drummer and you hear nofhing else. So wha+7
Some iusi lean over +l'1e balcony and warclw, buf almosf everybody comes.
The band was smaller loday, bul nof fhe crowd.
Of the many residents on our campus.
there are some who do not enroll in class-
es. They do not study or attend parties or
go to Saginaw.
They live very pleasant, easy lives with
no term themes or linal exams to destroy
their peace of mind.
They are the animals who make their
homes here - the pets and strays who de-
cide that a college campus is a good home.
Bonnie, flue Befa mule, possesses The genieel disposifion o'F a frue lady.
Animals on The Campus
Sfuffed animals are commonly 'Found in women's dormifories.
A newly ccnsfrucfecl cage is the home of lhe NT mascol, Vicior.
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Womens Forum Acriviries
Early ln +l1e Fall flwe Women s Forum Council sponsored an All-Girl meellng in +l'1e main audllorium.
of the college, the Council held Big-Little
Sister Adoption, an essential part of the
Freshman Orientation prgram, Wiiitei' and
Spring formals, and a Valentine tea for the
girls on the campus.
Freshmen are welcomed mio +l1e ranlrs af lhe iracllhonal candlelnghl Big-Li++le Sisier Aclopfion.
PreHy girls, handsome men, and smarf new siyles were The feafure of fhe Women's Forum Sfyle Show.
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A Young Mans Fancy
Presented on March 20, the Wom-
en's Forum Style Show gave collegians
a preview of the new look in spring
Entitled UA Young Man's Fancy,"
the Style Show offered all types of
clothing for both Woinen and nien,
including suits, forrnals, sport clothes,
date dresses, and dressy clothes.
One-hundred five coeds and fifteen
eds modeled on the modern set pre-
pared by Mrs. Helen Wright's mer-
chandising arts classes. Clothing mod-
eled Was furnished by Denton iner-
Musi' be somefhing fascina+ing on Hue ofher side of 'rhe siege.
"And nexf, wearing a pink safin bafhing suif
Smiles on fheir faces, charming models preseni' new frends in spring fashions.
+o masculine charms.
Corsages pay fribule
Buf, honey, l lhoughl you were sending orchids!
Reversed tradition is the keynote of North Texas'
perennially favorite social event - Dames United to Catch
Husbands lVeek. The Coeds pay the bills. send bubble gum
corsages, and remember the little gallantries that are gener-
ally performed by the males.
Sponsored by the XVomen's Forum, Dutch lVeek is an
early springtime custom that inspires new viewpoints and
offers a 7-day vacation to masculine bank accounts. The
feature attraction during Dutch lVeek was the all-college
Leap Year Dance.
Whal' did ye expecl-champagne?
Revenge is sweel fo +l"IE banlcrupi ed.
Drinlc lwearfy, lads. Tlwis is a dry counly.
Du+cl'1 Weelr dancing -- Dallas sfyle,
lsn'+ +l1e moon beauliful? Tell me more aboui nuclear 'fission
Pu? your arms around me, honey.
"Varsity Varieties of l952'l was the talk of the
NT campus. Vaudeville-style entertainment rang-
ing from hulas to humor, included dances, vocal
solos, duets, and quartets, and comedy skits. A cast
of 60 students was directed by Mike Earney.
Club Varsityls fall production centered around
a three-scene theme of morning, evening, and night.
Time marched on, and the cast sang and danced its
way through a busy day, a romantic dusk, and a lone-
Among the outstanding acts was a musical routine
by six curvaceous coeds. Black lighting and special
costume and body paints created a weird and un-
usual elifect during a hula dance performance.
Sarongs or draped +ableclo+l1s7 l+'s anybody's guess.
Mike falks fhings over with Mr. Buell.
Grass skirfs. fam-ioms, and Park Avenue-fhe order of +he evening.
Vocalfsi Brau lamen+s +hai "A Person Can Deveiop a Cold
Presented December ll by the pledges of each
sorority, lntersorority Stunt Night offered a variety
"Texas Heaven," presented by the Zeta pledges,
told of a group of angels from Texas who became
dissatisfied in heaven.
A satire on "Gone with the Wincl," A'Here with
the Breeze" was given by pledges of Phi Sigma Al-
pha. The setting was the Starr Brotheris Studio.
i'The Sweet Shop," the story of a little girl who
went into a candy store but eouldn't decide what
kind of candy to buy, was done by the Kappas.
The adventures of a North Texas coed who got
lost in the jungle on a biology field trip was the
theme of the Theta skit. "Let's Go Nature" was its
'AThe Curse ofthe Syncopated Clock,', Phi Gam's
skit was the story of a young prince and princess who
couldn't stop jitter-bugging until the witch who had
put a curse on them danced.
Delta Chi plebes presented a satire on 'LAlice in
Wonderland" entitled 'AAlice in Eaglelandf, the
story of a freshman in college.
Zeia Pi Gamma pledges vow 'thai' even Heaven can'l compare with Texas.
Delia Chi plehes fell of Alice's adven+ures in collegeland.
Bongo, Bongo, Bongo . . . Thefa neophyies like if in fhe congo.
Phi Gam pledges applaud lheir success in geffing ihe wiich fo danze.
Tha+'s noi Pefer Lorre. She's a Phi Sig pledge
Greek Rush Acriviries
Rush Week is exactly what the name implies,
both for sorority and fraternity members and
for rushees. It is a week filled with prepara-
tions, parties, fun.
Rush time is an exciting time, too, from the
moment the invitations are received, to the
agonizing hours of post office haunting before
the bid arrives.
Rush week is a time long cherished by
Greeks and neophytes alike.
Top: Evidenfly lhe Kappas are reviving vaudeville.
Middle: Phi Gam rushees hearfily applaud frolics.
Bofromz Phi Sig's maslred' rushees bob for apples.
Gracious Theias offer rushees fee a+ formal rush pariy.
Girls clon Sunday besi for Ze+a rush funciion.
Top: There's plenly of smolre ai fhe Sigma Phi Nu barbeque
Upper cenfer: Cigars +o spare af fhe Talons' smolcer.
Lower cenier: Troians don aprons 'lo serve rush guesis
Bo'Hom: Good fellowship reigns a+ lhe Phi Deli rush parfy
A louch of +he Orieni' charms Della Chi Della rushees.
Pledgeship had its lace lifted this year with the
advent of the new constructive pledgeship. Fraternities
and sororities attempted to make their pledgeships worth-
while and profitable activities.
The fraternity pledges attempted to help needy fami-
lies in the Denton area hy repairing honies, furnishing
non-perishable foods, and fixing old bicycles. One fra-
ternity worked on improving the NTSC camp site at
Sorority pledgeship underwent changes, too. Stress
was placed on personality itnproveinent, with the accent
on friendliness. development of the social graces, and in-
creased attention to the importance of scholarship.
New and Consfrucfive Pledgeships
Pledges of all social organizalions are entertained a+ club house by neophyles of Kappa Kappa Kappa.
Two hopeful KPO pledges prepare 'For married life.
Falcon hosls enfer+ained Phi Sig pledges during a coke par+y ai fhe Falcon house.
Pi Phi Pi pledges proudly display new hair color as fheir defes look on.
Befa Alpha Rho Bela boys and Bonnie eagerly awaif 'Feminine passengers.
Queen Belly and King James. surrounded by Hweir couri' aHendan+s. reign over feslivifies during +l1e annual Halloween celebralion.
Teeming wi1'l1 llumanily, +l1e carnival midway offers varied enlerlainmenl. Phi Sig barlier inviles'
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People crowded into the doors. Loud speakers
boomed forth their message. Jazzy music screamed at
the top of its voice.
It was October Sl, the night of the annual Halloween
Carnival. Pandemonium reigned in Harriss Gymnasium
as eager pleasure seekers crowded the midway.
The gym was a colorful looking place, with booths
lining each side and the center. Everything from Delta
Chi Delta's annual marriage booth and the Pi Phi Pi's
Naughty Nudies Show, to the Industrial Arts Club's
"African Dip" and Theta Sig and Sigma Delta's 'KLoop-a-
Leg" was there. Almost every organization on the cam-
pus was represented with a booth of some sort.
James Nichols and Betty Blackmon were elected in
the Press Club sponsored race for King and Queen of
Reigning Halloween celebrilies share +he firsl dance of ihe nigl1+.
Phi Delia Bela sideshow really has bounce APO boofh ailracls many 'feminine cusfomers. Pi Phi's Naughiy Nudies show promises laughs galore.
"The Lady in Red", presenled by fhe Phi Taus is one of ihe big hils of fhe evening. Kappa cufies exhibii +alen+, beauiy, and LEGS, in lheir "Wicked Women Show."
Old acquaintances were renewed
during the homecoming week end ol'
November 9 through ll. An estiina-
ted crowd of l2,000 exes, students,
and guests flocked to the campus.
.X torch light snake dance and bon-
lire, two stage shows, two all-college
dances, a barbeque, square dance, pa-
rade, not to mention the NT-Midwest-
ern football game were the events
which highlighted the festivities.
Doris Massey was elected Home-
coming queen by the football squad.
Her attendants, chosen from the four
classes, were Emily Bonham, Phyllis
Powers, Peggy Moore, and Jean Pool.
The old 'hmers help 'Themselves af lhe barbeque given In lheir honor Wafch what you ear, dear. l'm afraid Hound a bug hiding in my beansf
Swing your pardner, do-si-do." Exes are honored af a square dance. Regis+ra+ion is a simple ma+'rer. All you have io do is sign your name
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USNT Presideni Young presenfs Homecoming Queen Doris Massey. Queen Massey appears before flue crowd wilh her 'Four clul'cl1esses.
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The long line of Homecoming floa+s in rhe parade began wirh fhe Queen's 'Floa+.
Marquis Angels" placed firsl in The floar confesf.
One of the main hi 'hliffhts of the Honiecolnin
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activities was the parade, the climax of many days of
busy preparation by organization nienibers.
The parade wound its way through the down-
town area, down Hickory street, and around the
campus. Pretty girls, elaborate floats, shiny con-
vertibles, dramatic scenes, and cowboys on horse-
back were viewed by the crowd.
Phi Alpha Tau's 'fuiurisfic rocker ship mofif won fhem second place honors in fhe parade
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Building floais for flwe parade involves a great deal of wor - uf ifs un, I IQ p e g , p y
The marching band begins 'ine parade which wound around flue square, down Hickory Sfreef, and around +l'1e campus.
Press Clubbers in Their floai ridicule newspapers of gay '9l. And flue Sigma Phi Nus bring a Souflw Sea afmosphere fo Denfon.
Unifed Sfudenfs of Norfh Texas
Strengthened this year by its stability, stu-
dent govermnent at North Texas was spotlight-
ed in the spring semester by an increased inter-
est in the all-college election and by a revision
of the constitution of United Students of North
Headed by four executive officers and sup-
ported by the senate, elections board, student
court, and various committees, USNT was ac-
tive in district work of the Texas Intercollegi-
ate Students Association. Led by the NT stu-
dent government, TISA studied methods used
by American schools to select members of Wl1o's
Wfho Among Students in American Universi-
ties and Colleges.
Student government offices include elective
positions in the senate and executive offices,
and appointive jobs on the student court and
elections board. Among the 18 amendments
to the USNT constitution approved by the stu-
dent body this spring was one providing for
the establishment of an attorney general's of-
Execufive officers Floolt, Harris, Young, and Weeks confer. If is a fime consuming faslt, fhis meffer of sfudenf qovernmenf.
Rose Mary Brau
Cynihia Kearby L. A. Kendricll
Billie Lewallen George Reid May
Sammie Jo Davis
Pegi Huse Beffy Hornbecl Noel Hargrove Darrell Freeman
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Senate activities last fall included assisting in orga-
Madlyn Mme, nizing a Rally Committee and planning a card section
for football games, and changing the weekly stage show
from Friday night to its traditional Saturday night Sptbl.
A committee investigated the Student Use of English
tests and concluded that the North Texas system is both
necessary and good. Long-term projects included study-
ing means of beautifying the campus and publicizing
North Texas among near-by high schools.
Dick Harris, Vice-President of USNT, filled the
Senate presidency both semesters.
J. Edward Murray
Bill Sparks Ed Slewarl
Arlie TurkeH Joe Wilson
Norman Ramsey Dorf Sala James Smarf Kenneth Smart
Sluclenf Courl Justices: Bob Den-
nis, Carlos Roio, Chief Juslice Pai
Sewell, Joe Rowe, and Bill Crain.
Eleclion Board members: Carlos Roio, Miriam Reininger, Diclt Bell, George Kimbro, Norman Ellis, Priscilla LeBaron,
Bill Harrod, and Dave Hunl, chairman.
As a result ol' tl1e spring election,
tl1e Election lioarcl now comes uncler
separate authority, and is no longer
uncler tl1e jurisdiction of the Senate.
'l'l1e Election Board has liatl a busy
year. ln atlclition to conclucting live
successful elections, board ineinbers.
under tl1e direction ofCl1airn1an Dave
Hunt, completely rewrote election
Entering its tliircl year as North
Texas' juclicial bocly, the Stuclent
Court set up a proceclure lor luture
appeals to tl1e court.
'l'l1e purpose ol' 1l1e jiuliciary is to
accept appeals. to tleterniine il' tliere
are grouncls lor appeals, ancl to grant
or refuse tl1e reliel' askerl for.
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During elecTion signs oT every descripTion cover The campus.
Every spring anal fall. a thousand or so vehe-
mently coloretl signs bloom on ottr campus. antl
it is again the time of brass bands. speeches, anal
the hoop-la accompanying collegiate elections.
Office seekers shower their acquaintances
with bills. favors. ancl promises of "ll l am elect-
ed . . .
'l'he atmosphere is lillecl with healthy eotn-
petetion antl spirited campaigning- Everywhere
excitement anal confusion are apparent.
Un election tlay. campaigning reaches a high
pitch. Votes are countetl. ancl celebrating for
mourningj is clone.
Then. overnight. the campaign signs tlisap-
pear, ancl our campus returns to normal.
The Elechon Boarcl, wiTh assisTance of Green JaclceTs spends long hours TalaulaTing voTes.
An acTiviTy TiclteT, a pencil, a balloT-all iT Taltes To voTe
The NT balloT box-symbol oT campus-wide clemocracy.
A checlt marlr in The liTTle box, and The clamage is done.
Unfiring cheerleaders lraveled fo Amarillo fo lead yells af fhe game lhere.
Sfarfed by Jaclr Shirley, the Rally Commiffee increased school spirit
Efforts of lhe Rally Commiflee were rewarded by an excellenl' card section.
It's an intangible thing-the definition
of school spirit. Yet it takes very tangible
lforin at any Eagle game: hot dogs thrown
into the air and sudden embraces and well-
calculated touchdowns. The cheerleaders'
elastic gestures and card tricks from the
There were bonfires and frenzied rallies
when the air was hickory-smoked. 'llhere
were students huddled together in the
stands throughout the last ininutes and
extra points. And the cheerleaders' husky
voices and the sore throats of the spectators
the next day. And the warin feeling.
STUDENT HANDBOOK COMMITTEE: Pal' Sewell, Diclr Harris, Arlie Turlie'H, Mary
Ann Jennings, Roger Holloway, Diane Scolf. ROW 2: John Lovelace, Jere Cox
Jan Downing, Bob Weiring, Sara Lu Hill.
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The vilalify and infecfuous enfhusiasm of ihe six cheerleaders play a vifal
role in the drama of school spirit
There are always six people who are a
little more responsible for this business of
school spirit than the rest of the student
body. It is their job to harness the enthus-
iasm of 4,318 North Texans to yells-given
at the same time. They accomplish this
seemingly impossible task with remarkable
genius in twisting, turning, screaming, or
standing on their heads. The past seasons
six were Marilyn McNatt, Pat Noah, Bev-
erly Newby, Mike Henderson, George Fer-
rell, and jack Shirley.
Sunday morning church services, alnlended by many siudenfs. are an infegral par? of collegiale life.
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Parlies held by church groups afford excellenf recrealion.
Religion-not only Sunday, but every-
day-plays an important role in the life of
the college student who realizes the need
of guidance and help from his God.
Twenty-two Denton churches of niany
different denominations offer the collegian
varied and needed religious programs to
help hini develop his spiritual life while
his academic life is being broadened.
Many collegians take part in the activi-
ties of their churches by singing in the
choirs and belonging to the youth groups-
Many collegians are regular members of Den+on's church choirs.
Church 'friends enjoy playing, as well as worshipping, logelher
Morning Waich af lhe Bapfisl Sfudenl Union is held daily.
Desks arrive ai lheir deslinaiion, as educafors move fo a new home.
"All Physics Classes Now Mee+ing" bring smiles lo a couple of profs
A movement came about in February
that finally enabled all departments to
have a permanent home. YVith the ad-
dition ol' several new buildings and the re-
modeling ol. some older ones, additional
ollice and classroom space was afforded.
lt was not uncommon to see an army of
students carrying typewriters or lab equip-
ment en masse across the campus to new
quarters while instructors concerned them-
selves with problems ol' analygous color
harmony for new ollices. And the whole
movement reached the pitch ol' a minor
General confusion reigns as movers play no favoriles in fhe hall.
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lVith almost ten complete concerts uncler its belt
rluring the year. Ur. George Xlorey's Symphony Or-
chestra Completetl what was probably the most active sea,
son eyer atttemptecl by a North lexas orchestra.
Anil quantity was not the only clemancling lactor.
Many qualilietl persons have opinecl that the orchestras
playing ol' the Opera XVorkshop's lall protluction.
"Otello." may be not only the most clillicfult work ever
proclueecl here but the most tlillicult to be attemptetl lor
years to come.
The lestiyal ol' twentieth century A-Xmerican music
in early April was the major untlertalaing lor the orchese
tra this year in terms ol' hours ol preparation. 'llhis year's
lestiyal. put on by the School ol' Nlusic in conjunction
with other tlepartments ol' the college. proyecl to be so
successful that plans have been matle to continue this
work on an annual basis.
Participation by stuclent soloists with the orchestra
was especially encouraged, with between 20 to 25 stu-
clents soloing at one time or other fluring the year, Stanclf
out numbers lor stuclent soloists were the Bach Double
Violin Concerto. utilizing six xiolinists. anrl the piano
concerto prograni ol' late .-Xpril.
During rehearsal, Dr. Morey lfopl calls
'For a swell from lhe orchesfra, lmiddlel
cues in a woodwind, and lbohloml pre-
pares for a down beef on fhe nexf page.
Billy Wade Perry
Mary Kaiherine Miles
Julia Ann Erwin
Mary Befh Brown
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Operating with the beliel that a goocl concert
bancl can sell its listeners really goocl bantl tnusic
just as easily as it can sell "trash," Maurice Mc.rXclow
this year progratutuerl as interesting evenings listen-
ing as any listeners are likely ever to hear.
The Concert Bancl also niacle great. use of its
inherent talent. tpattttnittg several outstantling stu- a lg,
clents in solos. accotnpanied bythe bancl. 2
.X nticl-Nlarch tour took the bancl lrotu Denton
to such points as Greenville. Miss.. ancl Natchitoches.
La, One other big event lor the year was an hour-
ancl-aehall concert in Deeetnber for the Southwest-
ern Division ol' College Band Directors' National
.-Xssociation. tneeting this year in Oklahoma City.
'l'wo outstanaling numbers in this years reper-
toire provecl to be "lap Roots," a conclensation of
tnotion picture tuusie. ancl Nic.-Xclow's 21l'l'21llgClllCl1t
lor Concert bancl anal piano soloist ol' the Grieg
Piano Concerto in .VX Nlinor. perlortnecl with .Kn-
tlelle lN'axtuan as soloist.
Maurice McAdow calls for more power llef+l, prepares a downbeai for the frombones lmiddlel and puts a damper on a foo-eager French horn
CONTRA BASS CLARINET
N. A. Lee
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Georgia Mae Malone
Glenna Lee Germany
Manuel DeLa Rosa
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Ola Lee Currie
ROW l: Janel Whilllesey, Sally Maxwell, Jane Suggs, Gladys Erdmann, Paula Janke Nichols, Palsy Porler, Susan Houser, Lucille Mendenhall, Janelle Searcy, Juanila Teal, Lois Bruce
ROW 2: Pal Harris, Louise Gorman, Florelle Blank, Nancy Scoll, Elaine Simon, Helen Marshall, Grace Grainger, Marilyn Seymour, Charlolle While, Pallye Ponder, Harlen Nesblll
Peggy Lamb, Elaine Taylor, Nancy Evans. ROW 3: David Taylor, Paul Harrison, Frank Blackwell, Bill Harod, Robrl Vaughn, Slewarl Vannerson, Dale Pelers, Nell Davidson, Charles
Auslin Gene Lasaler, Glenn Rowen, Carl Gene Thompson, Preslon Haynes. ROW 4: George Dicky, Gary Branson, James Ramsey, Vernon Moody, Bill While, Richard Palm, Thomas
Shaw Fred House, Jerry Jackson, Carl Jeldy, Gene Branscome, Charles Baker, Joe Neal Hicks, Dillon Bowden,
A Cappella Choir
Even to the casual listener things were differ-
ent this year in the A Cappella Choir. TVith
Caro M. Carapetyan, here from Kent University
in Ohio on a one year's leave of absence, at the
helm, the choir sang entire programs of music
the like of which is rarely heard in present-day
And the results were gratifying to Carapetyan
and his singers. Audiences got a subtle yet firm
education in pre-Bach music, with an intensity
and feeling of tone which college choirs seldom
Much of the singing was in a foreign langu-
age. The fall program offered a Russian group,
a group from Carapetyan's native Armenia, and
several numbers edited by Carapetyan but left
in their original Latin.
High point of this year was a concert for the
Music Teachers' National Association in Febru-
ary in Dallas. The already-well-thought-of na-
tional reputation of the choir was given a solid
boost by its performance before the national
Mid-semester holidays turned into a group
vacation and tour as the choir journeyed to the
Gulf Coast for a four-day tour.
Come Easter holidays the choristers had more
of the same. A tour through northwest Texas
and central Oklahoma kept alive the choir's
habit of giving music listeners in the not-too-
immediate area an opportunity to hear a top
Although little solo singing was done with
this year's choir, this was more than made up
by the use of two-and three-choir arrange-
ments ol' pre-Bach music. A brass choir assist-
ed the choir in its fall program, while a mixture
ol Woodwinds and brass joined the singers in
their spring production of the Bruckner E
Caro Mann Carapetyan started this year fresh
from Ohio's Kent State l7niyersity. Everything
was dillerent from up north. And the music which
this man proposed to haye the A Cappella Choir
sing was different from anything the choir had
lVith so many differences against him, a lesser
man might haye given up from the start. But not
so for Carapetyan. He quietly informed the sing-
ers in his Armenian accent that all he asked was
work and more work. and that all he expected was
concentrated, intense singing lor the real pleasure
And what listener heard the choir without feel-
ing that Carapetyan had reached his ideal? Very
few, we imagine. The choir had its rough spotsm
not enough tenors, a shakiness in some liemale
voices. aml other triyia. But note for note the A
Cappella Choir this year gave its audiences, home
and away, as enriched singing and as real musician-
ship as any choir which eyer bore the name of
North Texas State College.
The photographer gives an insight lo proper choral conducting as he
shows Caro Carapelyan begging llopl for more volume, asking for
more feeling lmiddlel and shushing fhe choir into a decrescendo.
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Marlha Ann Ozburn
Billie Belh Moore
Lee Ella Durham
George Wesley Uland
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Jo Ann Marlin
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Effie Joy Wells
Dorofhy Bee Moore
Jerelaine Spence Lipman
Helen Thom ason
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THOMAS HARLLEE . . . O+el!o
LUCILLE MENDENHALL . . . Desdemona
The mosr cliI'l'iculL production in Opera
xVOlWkSllO1J history. "OLcllo" was prcsculccl
to North Texans rm Nov. l-I and I5.
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A large :mal cxccllcut chorus assislcml thc
prinfipzlls. Staging for thc pl'0llLlCliOll was
clcmc on 21 IJ1'OIxCSSiOll21l scale. with scls clc-
siguccl by XVZlllCl' Xvlllfflllll.
Supporting the stars wcrc liclgar SIUIIC
as Ingo. Ricluircl Nloorc :rs Classic. and Luis
Bruce :rs Emilia.
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RICHARD MOORE . . . camo
EDGAR STONE . . . Iago
Charles Taliferro as Josiah Bollon-he con-
sidered poison, fhen found hope.
Una Glazener as Miranda-love was a
nuisance, bu+ she couldn'+ resist
Sophisticz1t.ion and Cynicisni were Philip l5zirry's
final contribution to Brozidwziy. and his drzunzt.
"Second Threshold," was College Players' eontrie
bulion to N'l"s December entertainment.
The lJ2lClQCll'OP.klOSl?tl1 lioltoirs New York home
served us 21 meeting ground lor love. zunbition.
and zittenipted suicide. Convincing zi disillusion-
ed lziwyer that he should continue to live was at
real problem lor his son and his daughter, his
physician, his butler, and at scatter-brziined young
iniss. but the result of their Combined efforts was
new hope :uid revived inspiration.
As 21 "pelon." the play continued such minor
plots :is Nlirziiulzrs suppressed love lor the doctor.
the doctor's obvious love lor Mirztndzi, and .lock
Boltoirs revolt against propriety. illllillllililll Nlzitlif
er's incongruous outbursts and wide-eyed nziivety
polished oil' this fall production.
Jack Dunlop as Dr. Toby Wells-the
M.D. had hearl frouble.
Greasepainl' enhances "+he skin you love lo +ouch." PaHi
Marian Laminacl: as Thanlxful Malher- Jim Swain as Malloy 'lhe Buller-he was
coclrlails inirigued +his 'frivolous creaiure. faiihful . . . and veddy English.
The family gaihered fo survey iis black sheep-'tragedy needed an audience.
Milne Henderson as Joclc Bolfon-"Life
upon fhe Wicked S+age" was his liveli-
Excuse me. ls lhis fhe way 'lo Saginaw?
Una Glazener as Jennel Jourdemayne-slxe bewifched Jerry Blaclrwell as Thomas Mendip-'Phe soldier preferred
every male in Cool Clary. fo be a dead hero.
" I h L dy's Nor for Burning"
Marian Laminaclr as Alizon Eliof-her prayers were Jaclr Dunlop as Richard-he coveled a spofless Jim Swain BS MBYOF Hebble Tyson-a leaky F1059
was his lordsl'1ip's lamenf.
Mike Henderson as Nicolas Devize-'the sfars
favored his charm.
PaHi Bunch as Margarel Devize-mofherhood
was her occupalion.
Chrislopher l"ry's "The Lady's Not lor Burn-
ingl' was a crown jewel of spring enterlainnient.
A brilliant script, combined wilh eolorlul Cos-
Lunies and an unusually good sel, were major ae-
cessories Lo the College Players' presenlalion.
The eoniedy was based on the superstitious cus-
Lorns ol' l5th-century England. In Lhe honie of
Nlayor Hebble 'liyson ol Cool Clary, a group of
townspeople persecuted an alleged wileh and
ignored a pouring soldier who claimed lo be a
Ed Pilley as fhe chaplain-he
Buddy Williams as Humphrey Devize h
proposilioned a wifch.
Complications were inevilable when Thomas
Mendip, the soldier. and Klennet Jourdeniayen, the
enehantress, fell in love. 'l'hen Richard, the niay-
or's clerk, was also bewitehed-by young and loye-
ly Alizon Eliol. Despite Lhe Cool Clarians pro-
Lesls, Richard and .-Xlizon eloped.
On their way lo happiness, Lhe couple found
Lhe wiLeh's 'iVlCLllllH staggering along a road. They
relurned the inebriated merchant to his honie and
cleared the way Lo ronianee for Jenner and her
married his violin.
Ray O'Neal as Tappercoom-fhe iusiice had a
Joe Edwards as Ma'H'hew Slcipps-fhe rag and
bone merchanl' appeared, via a wheelbarrow
ln fheir las+ performance, Supper Theafer players presenf "The Browning Version," +he siory of an English schoolmasler.
The doorway lo dinner and a unique evening's enierlainmenf.
Ambiiious fhespians find Supper Theafer a profil'-able workshop
The small achng area calls for precise. calculafed movement
The aroma of fried chicken and grease paint mix
when Supper Theatre produces its Weekly play. The
dining room dramatists opened their longest season
in November, and produced l3 plays before closing
The players divide chores and dramatics so that
each member has a chance to wait tables and star
in such productions as Somerset Maugham's one-
acter, '5East of Suez." Highlights of the season were
plays by Noel Coward and Tennessee Williams.
After their regular season closed, the Thespians kept
in practice by entertaining private groups with their
Audiences arrived an hour before "curtain"
time for the dinner served in the Eagle Restaurants
banquet room, and performers gave their arena-
style production in a playing area surrounded by
This is the third successive and successful year
that NT dralnatics students have joined in bringing
to Denton one of the few dining room theatres in
the United States.
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Affer fhe performance, sfars receive congra+ula1'ions from fhe audience
Supper Thealer aclors discuss 'lhe evening's performance while removing malre-up.
Fine Arts Committee: Dale Peters, Myrtle Hardy, Mary Dean Ashley, Jim Swain, Janette McNamara, S. B. McAlister, chairman, Sally Maxwell, Walter Hodgson, Una Glazener.
Weak 'From Polgar's spell, three eds are unable to lift a chair
The campus appearance of Franz Polgar put students to sleep--l1e's a hypnotist.
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Barler Theaier players pursue happiness on NT sfage.
An impressive fine arts schedule was offered
collegians this year, including such big names
as Kirsten Flagstad, the Dallas Symphony, and
a special Metropolitan touring company.
Starting off the season on Oct. ll was Dr.
Franz Polgar, Hungarian liypnotist and mental
scientist, who was followed on Oct. l7 by the
Barfer Thea+er players preseniecl "The Pursuii of Happiness" in Ociober.
Barter Theater's presentation of "The Pursuit
of Happiness," a play by Lawrence and Armina
Langer. "Fledermaus," a comic opera, was done
by a Metropolitan touring company in Novem-
ber, and preceded by two days the biggest at-
traction of the year, Kirsten Flagstad, noted Met
Spring offerings included the Frankel-Ryder
dance team, Earl Spicer, ballad singer, the Lon-
don Theater Repertoire Company, and Jean
Langlais, blind French organist.
Sparlrling frivoli-l'y highlighled a road company presentation of "Fledermaus."
Three "Fledermaus" sfars receive applause for fheir performance.
The bass seclion exhibifecl excellenl viriuosify.
Warming up, fhe Concerl Masler pre-
pares 'For fhe Symphony's performance.
Under the direction of lValter Hendl, the Dallas Sym-
phony Orchestra opened its fifty-first season with a perform-
ance on the North Texas campus on Nov. l6.
The program included von Suppe's popular Poet and
Peasont Overture, Mendelsshon's Symphony in A Major No.
4, Opus ll, and Brahms' Symphony No. l in C Minor, Opus
The Symphony's virtuosity and ambitious schedule has
brought it renown from all the nation. Hendl's drive and
dynamic conducting more than compensate for a natural
youthful lack of interpretation.
President Maffhews welcomes fhe Dallas Symphony io NT for ifs firsf appearance of +he season.
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Creafive dancers Franlrel and Ryder franspose absfracl' ideas info vivid aciion.
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Dr. Nicholas Nyaradi, former Hungarian finance minisfer, chafs wi+h
Dr. Sam McAlis+er before making one of his four campus speeches.
Touring Players bring ihe wizardy and humor of
Shalcespeare's "Tempes'I"' info ihe main audi-
Jean Langlais, nofed blind French organisf appeared before NTexans in May
DELBERT McGUIRE C, E, SHUFQRD
The Campus Chai
YVrite a news story, answer the phone, run
back to the print shop, write an editorial, linish
counting those headlines!
One or all of these duties keep the student
journalists who turn out the Campus Chat
twice a week busy all day and most ol' the night.
And their able coverage of campus activities
is appreciated by North Texans and recognized
by collegiate and professional journalists. Four
Pacemaker awards and 23 All-American awards
by the Associated Collegiate Press prove this.
RAY ATTEBERRY GERALD SKIDMORE RAY MOSELEY
Summer Ednfor Fall Ediior Spring Edifor
CATHY ETTER KENNETH SMART DON LIPMAN
News Associafe Ediiorials Feaiures Associa+e
DON HENRY HAL YEARGAN
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Lefh DIXIE CURTIS
MARY MARGARET SHAW
Lefh MARGARET McREARY
Below: GRADY MILSAP GLORIA SEAMAN
Ari Edifor Exchange Edifor
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BILL WATSON JERRY COFFEE ALLAN BRIDGES
Amusemenfs Sporfs Sporfs
Assisfanf Business Manager
Assisfani' Business Manager
MARY ANN JENNINGS
North Texas, literary magazine, the Avesta, is
published twice yearly.
Spring and fall publications of the Avesta are
composed of short stories, essays, features, and poems
written by members of the student body.
The Avesta staff, with the assistance of Dr. Orna
Stanley, sponsor of the magazine, selects manu-
scripts to be published.
Six times rated All-American by the Associated
Collegiate Press, this yearls Avestas have kept up
the unusually high standard of literature quality.
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PATSY WH E LTON
TOM MY DYSON
DUDE NEVILLE McCLOUD
Director, News Service
MARY ANN JENNINGS
ROBERT J. McCLOUD
Direc+or, Sporfs Publicify
North Texas' own publicity bureau, the
News Service, operates under the able direction
of Mrs. Dude McCloud. Student workers do
the writing on a newspaper basis, releasing lo-
cal, state and national publicity.
The News Service crew releases information
about students, faculty, and general data on
Director of sports publicity is Robert Mc-
Cloud, Who keeps the Southwest well informed
about Eagle athletic activity. In addition to
directing sports publicity, McCloud writes and
edits the North Texan, newspaper for exes.
The two publicity departments work capably
and quietly, performing a vital and necessary
service to our college.
The College Press
All college printing is handled by the
College Press under the experienced direc-
tion of D. Hall. The Print Shop gang
publishes a large volume, including cata-
logues, bulletins, handbills, posters, in ad-
dition to making bi-weekly runs of the
Hall, who takes personal pride in the
accolnplishlnents of the Press, also serves as
adviser of the Yucca.
College Press Staff: ROW I: Belly Bowdoin, Marlha Earney, Rila Smifh, Palsy Whelfon. ROW 2: Joe Vyviala,
Welda Henderson, Billy Lewallen, Dolores Palfen, Jimmy Rowe, Bernard Vyviala, Tommy Dyson. ROW 3: Arlhur
Thompson, E. T. Ford, C. V. Kee, Kyle Fowler, Jack Fallen, Riley Willey.
The 1952 YUCCA
Five hundred and twelve pages, H63
pictures, endless hours of Work, sleepless
nights, gallons of rubber cenient-this is
what the Yucca has meant to us, its stall.
NVe hope that the Yucca will niean niany
hours of pleasant nieinories to you, for that
is its purpose.
The l952 Yucca got underway last June,
when John and Mr. Hall, our faculty ad-
viser, started formulating ideas and plan-
ning the general layout of the book.
In the fall when the staff returned to
school, layouts were niade and specific
sections of the book were begun. Pictures
by the hundreds were sent to the engravers.
By the end of March, we breathed a sigh
of relief. Most of our engraving copy was
completed. But We still werenlt through.
Copy haunted us.
But now, we're finished.
And itis all yours!
Choosing a cover 'For +he Yucca is a difficuli and complicaied problem.
Edifor, fhe I952 Yucca
MARTHA DAVIDSON MORRIS
Assis+an+ fo +l1e EdI+or
J. D. HALL
JACK MU RRAY
Cameras in hand, our photographers started
their work in September. With the addition of
informals to the Organization section, the load
of the photographers was increased consider-
From the September beginning until the last.
of March, the photography staff, composed of
Murray, O'Dell, and Ruffin, worked long and
hard hours to get the pictures ready for engrav-
Capable and experienced, the photographic
staff furnished the Yucca with the largest
amount of pictures ever used.
KENNETH O'DELL JOE DAVID RUFFIN
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Those students honored by being named to Who's VVho Among Students
in American Universities and Colleges are students who are leaders on the
campus. Nominees to the group are selected by members of the faculty and
student senate on the basis of scholarship,leadership, and service. The nom-
inees' records are carefully screened by a faculty-student committee and names
of the selections are sent to national headquarters for approval, Thus the
elite at North Texas become recognized in VVho's YV ho in the Bluebook of college
life, which is published annually by the national committee.
In contrast, Who's Who at North Texas members are selected by faculty
members from the various departments and schools, who choose representatives
for their particular departments by much the same standards that are used in
selecting the national group. These are the students who are outstanding in
their particular field of endeavor. Names of the nominees to both organiza-
tions are announced during the fall semester.
Rose Mary Brau Alfred Broad
Monle Hill Davis Jan Downing
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Don January Mary Ann Jennings
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Billy Maxwell Lucille Mendenhall
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Paul Pe+erson Rufh Rice
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Phil Slavick Kenne+h Smarf
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Jean Smith Charies Teag
Arlie Turlrett Mary Walke
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Dan Wall Leonard Weelrs
Leroy Whifaker Earle Young
James Turner Alex PICIKGHS
ENGLISH SECONDARY EDUCATION
Mary Walker C. Rex McConnell
Who's Who a
BUSINESS EDUCATION CHEMISTRY ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Bef+y Purgason Harland I'IoIsI' Jan Downing
FOREIGN LANGUAGE GEOGRAPHY
William A. Mixon
HOME ECONOMICS INDUSTRIAL ARTS JOURNALISM
Mildred Daniels Alber+ Endrizzl Gerald Skidmore
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC KEYBOARD MUSIC
Larry Augfln MODIS Davis
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MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION
LIBRARY SCIENCE MANAGEMENT MATHEMATICS
W'3Yne DOTICII Jim Bradford
WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION
VOCAL MUSIC MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Edgar Sfone BIIIy MaxweII
George Paulison Ed Jer1Iiir1S
Who's Who a'r Norfh Texas
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIAL SCIENCE SPEECH
Arlie Turlceff Peggy Sheri' Una Glazener
1952 Yucca Beauties
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Marfha Longboiham Joyce Freeman
Jackie Porier Linda Spain
Prilla Ann Hinion Carole Moore
Carol Lynn Monk
This ed eagerly picks his choices of ihe l2 mosl' beauli-
'ful girls on 'lhe campus. He thinks a dale goes wilh il.
Keep your hands above lhe lable and no dealing o'F'F the
boHom. Election board and Yucca staff counled voles.
From Ballots 'ro Beauties
Selecting beauties is a problem. At least
that's what Yucca editors found out when
they started their search for the twelve
most beautiful girls on the North Texas
How would the girls be nominated?
Who would make the final selection?
Should the student body have any say in
the matter? These are a few of the prob-
lems that confronted the editors.
Top I2 beaulies were chosen al' a dinner in their honor al' 'rhe Den'l'on
Counlry club. Twenly-four lovelies made lhe iudges' iobs difficult
Each club on campus which desired
nominated one girl. Those names were
placed on a ballot and voted on by the
student body. A hand-picked board of live
judges, including Max Plake, Connie Bach-
man, Jo Ann Vachule, Catherine Dillard,
and Blackie Sherrod, chose the winning I2
out of the 24 semi-finalists.
The Yucca editors think they hit the
mark on all twelve.
The 'Finishing 'touches have been added and lhese 'four confesl-
anls are wailing lheir lurn lo be inferviewed by fhe amiable iudges
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Right The iudges pui' beau+ies al' ease wiih Iolces-clean, of course.
The iudges agree all are beaufies, buf only I2 can be winners.
Afler ihree hours of wailing and inlerviewing, here are lhe I2 winners presenied af ihe All-College dance.
As the spiritual says, "there's plenty good room."
Yes, thereis plenty of good room at North Texas
State College for every type of sport, and the pro-
gram is large enough and varied enough that no
one need be omitted.
If you're not the athletic type, perhaps you are
a good spectator. You read about Billy Maxwellls
winning the National Amateur Golf title last sum-
mer, then you saw him in person teamed with
Lord Byron Nelson as they beat Joe Conrad and
Baseball great Dizzy Dean.
There was the thrilling gridiron battle between
Carswell Air Force Base and Odus Mitchell's foot-
ballers. Or there was the early season win in
basketball over Texas A and M, and the later
win over highly-rated Oklahoma City University.
Whether you played a quarter, a round, or a
set, or whether you just sat back and read the
papers, you knew that this was a gigantic year for
sports at North Texas.
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Le'F+1o righf: Don January, Busier Reed, Billy Maxwell and Joe Conrad relax off Ohio S+a+e's l8fl1 green afier I95l vicfcry in NCAA golf iournamenf.
Golfers Become Three-Time
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Minutes before the picture on the op-
posite page was taken these same four
men could not have proffered such ex-
pressions of pleasure. Don January was
on the 18th green at Ohio State Univer-
sity's course in Columbus, Ohio. If he
sank his putt, victory. If he rnissed, a
tie with the host Ohio Staters.
January did sink that putt, and, along
with Buster Reed, Billy Maxwell and
Joe Conrad, brought the NCAA golf
trophy back to Eagleland for the third
Never before in NCAA golf history
has one school so dominated links play
for so many years. Although the coveted
individual title has escaped any of Coach
Fred Cobb's athletes, his last three four-
somes have managed to aggregate scores
better than the rest of the nation's best.
At Yucca press time this same four-
some was still showing the way to golfers
in several states, and, with the same team
back intact, was highly favored to make
it four straight for North Texas.
National Links Champions
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These eight men could possibly all be
severely frustrated. You see, theylre all
fine golfers in their own rights. At al-
most any other college or university in
the country, playing the same golf they
now play, they could make the varsity.
But at North Texas, playing their own
good golf but behind the NCAA champs,
they have to be content with second and
Sports writers in the area have be-
come accustomed to writing up these
golfers, as well as their first-team super-
iors. For whenever North Texas has
more than one golf team entered in a
meet, such as at the Southwestern Recre-
ational Meet in Fort Wo1'tli each spring,
the "second" team always finishes sec-
ond, and is always in danger of finishing
Coach Fred Cobb could make his life
very interesting by pitting his second
and third teams against the first. On
any given day, if Billy Maxwell et al
were not shooting their best golf, either
the second or third string team might
beat them badly.
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All eyes were on fhe new amaieur golf champion, Billy Maxwell, after he Beal Gagliardi, 4 and 3, on Sepiember I9, l95l.
"Ladies and gentlemen, Billy Maxwell, 22-year-
olcl collegian lroin Denton, Texas, has just be-
cotne the national aniateur golf champion, defeat-
ing joe Gagliarcli of New York 4 anal 3 over the
Defying reporls lhal he coulcln'f pull, Billy sank fhe long ones under pressure.
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Radio Sportscaster Bill Stern usecl words like
this to cleseribe Maxwells stunning victory over
Gagliarcli. 'l'he first collegian ever to win the
big prize, ancl the youngest since the innnortal
Bobby jones, Maxwells September l9, 1951, feat
brought innnecliate recognition to hizn and to
North Texas State College.
Gagliardi watches in disgusi as Maxwell sinks an 8-footer on ihe I4+h green
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Ray Renfro evades a faclder againsi' Universiiy of Chafianooga
lt's odd to find out in a barber shop that
you made Little All-American, but that is
exactly how Ray Renfro found out that
he had been chosen on the first team of
the mythical AP champion gridders. Ren-
fro has lettered all four years here and for
the past three seasons has been on the start-
This year he led the scoring parade with
I5 touchdowns in 12 games played. While
carrying the ball 127 times, Renfro gained
1043 yards for an average of 7.5 yards per
carry, which is good in anybody's league.
The 180 pound half-back is the first
gridder from NT to receive the coveted
award since Johnny Stovall, who made it
However, Renfro wasn't the only foot-
baller from Eagleland to receive mention
in the mythical hall of fame, as Quincy
Armstrong, center, and Kenneth Bahnsen
fullback, also received honors.
Armstrong was chosen on Williamson's
All-American middle team and honorable
mention from the AP squad. Bahnsen re-
ceived his laurels on the AP honorable
National Recognition 'ro Three Gridmen
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Assl. Coach De Walker
Assl. Coach Herb Ferrill
Head Coach Odus Mifchell
Football Coaching Staff
ll three I,ittle .lxll-.hlllCl'lCllll. eight gXll lexas Col-
lege. ami wixteen .Xll Lcmleretiee players mean any
thing. the euaeliiiig' stall at North lexas can he
Heatl Cluach Otlils Nlitehell ami assistants De
lYalker. Herb lferrill. :mtl lfretl Cain. pilutetl the Xl
ltagles to the C-ull boast Champitmship plus play'
temp-llight teams lrtmm all over the natitm.
Nlitehell. in his sixth year here. aml his team
rtmmpetl mel' the other two teams in the ctmlerenee
by scores ol til-tl aml E32-ll. lhis well-mtmlclecl team
cumpiletl a liual total ol llll points while their np-
ptmemn matle only l2'l.
lhe lfagle mentors began the Year with a letter-
mau lor every position aml tlicl not let up iii practice
umil they hatl mtmltletl a lightingagg1'egatim1 lmth gr '
tm twllense aml tleleiise. Asst Coach Fred Mccain
Coach" concenfrales on some heavy aclion in practice. Big grins like this come only from good 'Foofball on field. "Maybe we shouldn'+ have called 'rhal end-around."
Three Cardinals gang up +o bring clown charging fullback Kennerh Bahnsen.
North Texas 54, Lamar Tech 6
Quincy Armsfrong Gene Bahngen
Kenneth Bahnsen Bill Bishop
Wliile 5400 fans looked on the North Texas
Eagles began their l95l season in Beaumont
against the Lamar 'lleeh Cardinals. The Eagles
took advantage of their opponents' weak line and
pushed over six touchdowns in the first stanza and
two in the last.
'l'ommy Gray began the scoring parade with an
end sweep lrom the Lamar 21 yard line just three
minutes after play had begun. Renfro added two
behind the stellar blocking of Quincy Armstrong,
Bill Lammes, Glen Wloods, and VVendell Swann.
Five minutes later, Kenneth Bahnsen power-
housed over from the I5 to count for the fourth
tally. On the next series of plays, James Brewer
and NValter O'Farrell partially blocked a fourth
down attempted punt and the Eagles took over on
the Lamar 20. Harvey set up the score on a pass
to Gray and NVomble smashed over from the 6.
Harvey passed to Drew lor the sixth score alter
Candy had blocked an attempted punt. The see-
ond team took over in the seeond hall' and made
two touchdowns to the Cardinals' one.
Nor'rh Texas 33,
Texas Wesiern O
El Paso was the scene ol the Eagles' second victory in as lnany
weeks. as Coach Mitchell incorporated ran roughshod over the Texas
The Eagles' lirst count canie when Ray Renfro crashed over lll'Oll1
the nine to give the North Texans a decided advantage. The conversion
failed and the Eagles were halted until six minutes before the half end-
ed. After two attempted passes lailed, Renfro scanipered around right
end on a pitchout irotn Richard Harvey for 79 yards and the second tal-
ly. Hard blocking froin his teannnates paved the way. Gene Bahnsen
converted and made the score lf?-0.
Half-way through the second hall, Kenneth Bahnsen drove over
froni the two yard line after spectacular blocking on the part of his
teannnates. His younger brother Gene made the conversion.
The Miners threatened only once in the lirst hall' and were stopped
on the Eagles, seven as linenlen Janies Brewer. Ray Robertson. and
TValter U'Farrell lornied an inlpregnable wall.
Renlro counted liour niinutes later when he skipped around lelt
end for the last score. Bahnsen niade his third conversion in as niany
"Big John" Roberfson helps clear 'the way for Bahnsen's line charge
Norfh Texas 62, Sul Ross 6
Pile-tlriving lullback Kenneth Bahnsen lecl the
North 'liexans to victory over the Sul Ross Lobos
as he scorecl lout ol' the nine touchclowns.
Clint lirisentline set up the lirst two Eagle
scores lroni his tlelensive hall'-back position when
he interceptetl a pass ancl eoveretl a llunible. The
Eagles' hartl-clrixing line letl the attack on the
In six plays liahnsen hatl scorecl twice on short
plunges through the line. 'l'he third score eanie
through the air as Mlentlell Swann captured one
ol' Richard l'larvey's aerials in the entl zone.
'I'o eoniplete the hall. Harvey again took to the
air antl chalkecl up the li0Lll'll1 score as Renfro took
the pass antl went 413 yartls to pay clirt with the
lhree touchdowns were Illlltlif in the seeontl
hall with 'lonnny Gray, liahnsen, and Bobby
l,ankl'ortl on the scoring entl. lianklortl made the
last touchtlown to niake the final reacling G2-6.
Gene liahnsen convertetl eight ol' the nine place-
ntents that he trietl.
Wl+h End Jim Stuart leading the way, Renfro dashes deep info Lobo land.
Ray Renfro escapes clulches of one would-be laclcler and heads for home
This 'lime Renfro leads the way and Bahnsen heads for one of 'Four TDs.
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North Texas 48, Easf Texas 7
Lions, Lions everywhere, but only one wilh a chance of stopping Bahnsen.
Luckily 'for this East Texas defender, af leasl one NT pass went amiss.
Twenty-one points in live minutes is the way
the score read here as the Eagles took on the East
'l'exas Lions. The big. rough, fast, experienced
line led the attack in the merciless game as the
North Texans romped over the Lions 48-7.
Bill Hammond of the Eagles started the ball
rolling as he took a punt return back for 48 yards
and pay-dirt. The Lions took the ball on the kick-
off and held it until Bill Brashier intercepted a
pass to set up the second tally. 'llommy Gray
skirted end for the 17 yards. Gene Bahnsen and
Freddie Clotiaux combined to convert six out of
seven extra points for North Texas.
Richard I-Iarvey's aim was on the mark as he
completed six passes out of six attempts for a total
of lll yards.
Gray went over from the four after a 92-yard
march for the third touchdown for the Eagles.
Bahnsens fourth straight conversion was good.
The Lions' only counter came deep in the secs
ond quarter when Marvin Brown skirted the
Balinsen and Lankford counted for the re-
maining scores in the 48-7 victory for the Eagles.
"PoHy" Gray breaks around end as Quincy Armstrong moves in lo offer aid
Balwnsen dives over a 'reeming mass of humanily for six poinls al' Amarillo.
Norfh Texas 42, Wes'r Texas Stale 14
Billy R. Clarlr
Starling slowly the Eagles soundly trouncecl
lVest 'llcxas State, the coaclrs old alma inaler, 42-
l4 in Ainarillo.
lVill1 Renfro skirting enmls. Balnisen bulling his
way over llie center. anal Gray on the quick open-
ers tile Eagles pusliecl across six Loucliclowns in
the SlXly-lIlll1lllC period. Gene Ballnsen kicked
all six extra points.
For the first time ol' the season Lime Eagles were
tied when Seifert of Hlesl Texas slippeml over for
End Wendell Swann prepares io snuggle fha?
ball and be gone.
Klrlc Drew Bob Gandy
Ernie Marvel and Jaclr Lawless box a Bomber shcrily afier he receives a pass.
Norfh Texas 6, Carswell Air Force 13
Playing a star-studded cast ol' players from every
conference imaginable, the NT Eagles took on the
Carswell Air Force Base Bombers and darn near
Two fXll-Americans and several All-Conference
men were on the roster for Carswell. These outa
standing players ranged from Mississippi State,
Tennessee, Texas. Rice, Tulsa, Baylor, TCU,
.-Xrkansaf and NTSC.
The :Xll-:XlH6l'lCfiI1S. Bud Sherrod who lettered
at Tennessee four years and Bud NIcFadin from
Texas. were shadowed by the giant NT linenien.
The capacity crowd saw a lormer NT player
take the game from his alma mater when little
Loyd liowe ran 76 yards for a touchdown in the
fourth quarter to provide a win lor the Bombers
and the first loss ol' the season lor the Eagles.
The game was in a dead-lock at the hall with
the score 6-6. The Bombers scored first when
jim jeffrey, formerly of Baylor, bulled it over
from the two.
Balmsen scored lor the Eagles after a 56-yard
drive. The game proved that the Eagles are
capable ol' playing anybody a good game.
Ac+ion's confusing, bul The Eagles are Lawless
Pogue heads 'For a spol of California soil, while Lawless goes aboul 'lhe business of slopping a Wes? Coasler.
Nor'rh Texas O, College of Pacific 34
T. K. Hardy
North Texas losl its second consecutive game when il
journeyed to California and took on the College ol' the Pacific.
Injuries and the seventeen-hour plane trip were loo nluch
forthe boys as the Californians ran up PM-ll belore the linal gun
'llhe Pacific teain started the shellacking hall'-way through
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the lirst quarter when kddie Nlacon took a pitch-out lroni be-
hind his own 49 and behind good blocking went all the way.
Macon scored again a few minutes before the hall' when he
intercepted a pass on his own 40 and went over untouched.
The Eagles were in striking distance several times. but nevei
could quite hit the goal-line.
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Norfh Texas 32, Trinify O
Sfuarf meefs l'l'1e ball more +l'1an half-
way for a caich.
The Ezwles emne back Sll'01l0A alter il mir of cle-
leats lo mek 'l'1'1ni1y 32-ll 211111 take 1l1e lezul 111 1l1e
Gulf Coast COI1liCVC11CC.
Rielmrcl Ha1'1'ey'S passes eounlienl for llll'CC ol
the Eagle toucl1clowns as l1e tlirew Lo -Iiin 5111311
and lVenclell Swann. SWQ11111 enlerecl 1l1e gznne for
OIIC play and was the receiver of o11e of H21l'X'Cj"S
Renfro Ill21ClC ll1e other two l,OllCl1ClUXVllS O11
sparkling runs ol 34 and 20 yards.
'l'l1e big Eagle clefensive li11e paced by lloycl
Cox, Jznnes Brewer, XV21llC1' CJiFZll'l'Cll, Hola clllllfly.
ancl Bill Bishop allowecl 1l1e 'Tigers only 441 yards
i11 the l'USllll1g clepz11't111enl.
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North Texas 61,
A capacity Homecoming crowd of l2,000 saw
the Eagles blast Midwestern 61-0 to take the Gulf
Coast Conference championship in a runaway.
The Eagles scored three times in the second
quarter and twice in each of the others to make a
grand total of 498 yards in offensive play.
Fullback Ken Bahnsen led the scoring parade
with three touchdowns. Ray Renfro scored twice,
and Tommy Gray, Bob Lankford, Julius Smolik,
and Griff Hughes each added one.
Renfro managed one of the longest runs of
the season when he cleared tackle and went from
his five yard line to the fourth score.
Griff Hughes grabbed the fumbled ball on the
kick-off and raced for the score 20 seconds after
the eighth score.
Bahnsen clears an Indian, buf spo'I's a referee blocking his pafh +o six poinfs.
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Nor'rh Texas 62, Fresno Stare O
Five thousand chilled spectators saw the North
Texas Eagles stomp Fresno State 62-0 in Eagle
Stadium Nov. l7 with a fine display of power
in the air and on the ground.
The North Texans started slow as they scored
only once in the first period, but came back with
three in the second, three in the third, and two
in the fourth.
Bob Lankford paced the victors as he scored
three of the touchdowns from his fullback spot.
Lankford tore through the Bulldog line consist-
ently and scampered 54 yards for one of his touch-
Quarterback Richard Harvey's aerials were on a
line as he passed for three of the nine touchdowns
to Jim Stewart, Wendell Swann, and Ray Renfro.
The defensixe line held up to standard as it al-
lowed the Fresno backs only 47 yards rushing.
The Eagles went 143 yards in the air in the total
of 286 yards compiled for the afternoon.
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North Texas 20, Universify of Chaffanooga 32
Two important injuries might have macle the
difference between a win and a loss as the Eagles
lost their third game out of eleven to the Univer-
sity of Chattanooga Moccasins.
The Eagles counted first in the 32-20 game,
but the Moccasins came back for three fast ones
to take the starch out of the boys from Texas.
Ken Bahnsen and Jim Stuart were taken from
the game early in the first half. Bahnsen rein-
jurefl a leg injury and Stuart was helpecl off the
lielcl with a broken leg.
lVith one minute left to play Quarterback Rich-
ard Harvey hit Royce Wfomblc in the encl zone
for the final Eagle score.
'l'he breaks just dicln't come and all agreed
that this was one of the toughest games of the
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Ray Renfro Ray Roberson
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Richard Smi+l1 Julius Smolik Jim Sfuari'
Nor'rh Texas 14,
Universify of Housfon 20
Hacl breaks ancl an inspiretl llniyersity ol'
Houston eleven slippecl by the Eagles fZfl4l4 in the
first half of a sports clouble header here Dec. 5.
.VX basketball game was playecl that night.
The bail breaks came in the form of a penalty
ancl a fumble. The penalty preyentefl the Eagles
from scoring in the third quarter ancl the fumble
set up the Cougars' thircl touchdown in the same
The Salacl Bowl-bound Cougars won the game
when Paul Carr. Cougar linebacker, hauled in
one ol Richard Haryeys aerials in the final stanza
and ran flfl yarcls lor the count.
The game was far from being over. however.
as Bill lirasliier led his teammates clownfield for
their second touchdown. Swann took Bl'Z'tSl1lCl'iS
pass in the end-zone lor the score.
The Eagles then triecl an onside kick success-
lully, but the game enclecl alter one pass that was
This enclecl the long I2 game scheclule. which
saw them rack up 434 points to their opponents
l32, ancl win eight ol the games ancl the Gull
Coast Clonlerence championship.
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Pat Kelley led the Eagle scor-
ers this year with a total of 369
points in the 23 games played.
He scored 133 field goals and
103 free shots for an average of
I6 points per game.
Kelley had his best game
against Midwestern Feb. 7 when
he scored 32 points against the
Calvin Axtell was runner-up
in the honors division of basket-
ball with 285 points scored dur-
ing the season.
Axtell made an average ol'
l2.4 points per game, mostly
on jump shots.
Assislanf Coach Ted Niclcsick and Head Menlor Pefe Shands look over +he fufure crop in spring -training.
Caplein Charles Johnson
The Eagle basketball team started off with a
bang this year as Coach Pete Shands began his
fourteenth season as head mentor.
With 12 lettermen back from the 1950 season
the Eagles opened up with a practice scrimmage
against the Austin Kangaroos and ended up on
top of the '74-65 score.
In the second game of the season the Shandsmen
took on the Texas Aggies at College Station. The
game proved to be a hit-and-run affair as the
Eagles won in an overtime period 46-43.
Playing two games with the University of Tex-
as Longhorns at Austin the Eagles came out lack-
ing five points in each of the contests. Superior
height and ballhandling gave the Austinites win-
ning margins of 61-56 and 55-50.
Winning 15 of the 23 games played, the Eagles
tied Midwestern for the Gulf Coast Conference
Playing inspired basketball all season the Eagles
undertook a hard schedule and proved themselves Worthy
of playing in any conference.
Captain Charles Johnson piloted his team from
both on the playing field and on the bench as he was
out for quite a bit of the season with a bad leg. Pat
Kelley and Calvin Axtell carried the brunt of the load
for most of the games and were ably accompanied by
Pat Cain, Dick Woodward, Tom Edwards, Larry Conces,
Elmer Beard, Keneth Banks, Tom and Bervin Hooper,
and Earl Lanningham.
Picking out the hardest game of the season and
writing it up would be an impossible job as the Eagles
played many good teams, but perhaps the most exciting
game of the year was when the North Texans beat the
Oklahoma City University Chiefs. At the time the Chiefs
were rated 18th in the nation's standings and had only
been beaten once and that by one point. The Eagles
caught fire early in the game and played magnificent ball
against the Chiefs. The final score of 51-49 indicated
the tight game that it was.
Tom Edwards Larry Conces
Thai great Eagle team huddles for a short fall: and rest.
Cagers Score Wins
In El Paso, Denfon
One of the highlights of the basketball season was
the participation by North Texas in the Sun Bowl
tournament in El Paso.
The Eagles first beat Texas lVestern in the tourna-
ment. The team started out fast and captured a l5 point
lead in the first quarter and didn't lose control of the
ball for the rest of the game which NT won 78-58.
In the second game of the tournament the Eagles
were slated against New Mexico. At the end ol' the
third quarter the Eagles trailed by seven points but
caught fire in the last stanza and brought the score up to
55-54 where the game ended. Tom Edwards led the scor-
ing parade with 18 points.
After the holidays the Eagles began the conference
loop against Trinity University. The Eagles took a
long stride in tying the championship as they took both
gain as off of the Tigers with scores of 84-65 and 64-59.
Pat Kelley led the scoring of the first game with 21
points and Calvin Axtell counted 17 times to lead the
scoring in the second Contest.
Kelley fries a fwo-handed push shot againsl' a wealr Trinity U.
Elmer Beard goes way up fhere when he's iumping cenfer in a close confesf.
B H p Tom Hooper
N01 th Texas Opponents
U. of Texas
U. of Texas
East Texas State
East Texas State
Okla. City U.
Okla. City U.
Pal Kelley lays one up on +l'1e baclrboard as +l1e crowd loolcs on.
Conces is going up 'For +l'1e rebound againsi' 'flue Aus+in Kangaroos.
Earl Lanninglnam Harlan Vander Zee
Pal' Cain se'rs his sigl1+s and lays one up on +l1e baclcboard
Conces readies himself as Pal' Kelley fries a lmoolc sl1o'l
Dick Woodward Hps one in as a hapless Kangaroo loolcs on helplessly
Tom Edwards adds fwo more as Calvin Axlell sfands by.
Jump sfar ariisf Calvin Axlell slwoois and 'Phe Savages lool: on wi+l1 woncler.
Larry Conces 'fries 'lo slip in on a Savage's ferrifory.
Well, +l1e Eagles can'+ malre all of fl1e scores In a game.
The Eagles fly as Pa? Kelley comes up and under 'lo make one
North Texas, Midwestern Tie
For Gulf Coast Conference Ti'rle
Facing the tough Indians from Midwestern the Eagles took the first game in
a close thriller 69-67. If the Eagles beat Midwestern in the series, they would win
the conference. The Indians took an early lead, but Captain Charles johnson piled
in a field goal and a free shot to put the Eagles out front.
The scoring proceeded in a terrific fashion and the Eagles were out in front
at the half with a score of 42-31.
The half began with the Indians whittling away at the Eagles' ll point lead. The
third quarter began with the North Texans only three points ahead and ended with
the Eagles only two points to the good.
Pat Kelley, leading Eagle scorer, had his best night of the season as he piled up
32 points. O'Neal Vlfeaver of Midwestern was runner-up with 25 points.
In the second game of the series the Indians counted 57 to NT's 52 to come
back strong. O'Neal Weaver dropped 26 points through the nets to take scoring
honors. Pat Kelley fouled out in the third quarter after making just nine points, but
teammate Calvin Axtell counted for 18. In the next two games the two teams split
the win column to make both tie for the Gulf Coast championship.
L y C es fries and misses, buf Lewis Lufriclc is fhere fo back him up.
Pa+ Kelley jumps high, buf Midwesfern 1' lx H1 b ll cl H1 g
Axiell and an Indian iusf go? fired and lay down.
Whifeyu Vander Zee goes up wiih a Hardin Cowpolre in quesf of The ball.
Dale Imel and Don Edwards come in firsl' and second a+ The Sou'lhwes+ern Exposilion Meer.
Speedy Ray Renfro, as he pos+ed a 9.7 in fhe I00 yard dash in 'lhe Fi. Worfh Meef.
Track started early this year as the Eagle
cinder men travelled to New Orleans for the
new Sugar Bowl meet.
There they failed to win anything but did
place second in the 400 meter.
Next the Eagles journeyed to Norman for
a dual meet with powerful University of
Oklahoma and came out on the short end
of the 95-32 score. The Eagles placed three
firsts in the meet when Ray Renfro won the
60-yard dash in 6.5 against a l5 mph wind.
James Brewer won the shot contest with a
throw of 47 feet 55 inches and took second
in the discus. Ray Lucas went over the bar at
ll feet 4 inches to cop first in the pole vault
while Billy Matthews came in second.
In the intrasquad meet before the Laredo
contests Ray Renfro took first in everything
that he participated in. The All American
gridder won the 100, 220, and ran on two
winning relays, the 440 and sprint medley,
good for l21Q points. Ted Smith won the
220 low hurdles and javelin and Dale Imel
won the mile.
Coach Winfon E. "Pop" Noah
Cowfowner Brewer won ihe slmoi' pul' for fhe l1ome folks.
Eagle Wal+ Lindsey liar rigl1+l rounds fhe +urn ai For+Wor'rl1 in a 440-dash prelim.
A story book finish gave Pop Noah's thinly clads the
Border Olympics title again this year as the mile relay
team came in second to give North Texas the 41-38
Winning four events and tying one, the Eagles took
the meet on their seconds, thirds, and fourths. ACC
scored the same amount of firsts as the North Texans.
This was the fifth time in six years that the Eagles
have captured the Laredo crown.
New records were set up in three of the Eagle firsts
as James Brewer beat his last year's shot put mark by
one foot and five 95 inches. The sprint relay team com-
posed of Bill Walters, Jerome Zabojnik, Ray Renfro, and
Charley Teague knocked .2 seconds off their mark of 42.3
set last year-
Minufes afler winning ilwis 220 heal' af Forf Worfh, Ray Renfro became ill.
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Ray Renfro, Bill Walters, and james Brewer
duplicated their first-place wins of the Border
meet as the North Texans won the Fort Worth
Southwestern Recreational meet.
North Texas scored SSK, points to the run-
ner-up Howard Payne's 34, with the defending
Abilene Christian College group falling to third
Renfro clialked up the only record made by
North Texas, winning the 100 in 9.7. The ver-
satile athlete was taken to the hospital with the
flu following the race and was, therefore, un-
able to participate in the 220. The 440 relay
team was also scratched because of Renfro's
Dale Imel's win in the mile was the first
collegiate victory that he had ever accomplished.
Brewer won his third straight shot put title of
the year with a toss of 49 feet and 9 inches.
Wlalters jumped 23 feet 6 inches to better his
win at the Border Olympics to take first place
in that event.
Hurdling Ted Smi+l1 clears 'lhe lasl' barrier befween himself and
Ray Renfro 'Finishes fasf as he sefs fhe new fraclr record for fhe I00 af The new Norfh Texas Relays a+ 9:5 seconds. Charlie Teague finished ihird.
Charley Teague Won both the l00 and 220
yard dashes and anchored the victorious 440
yd. relay team as the Eagles racked up the
East Texas Lions 85-47 in a dual meet in Eagle
The North Texans racked up ll of l4 first
places and eight runner-ups as they swamped
the hapless Cinder men from East Texas.
Ray Lucas high-lighted the afternoon with
his performance on the pole-vault when he hit
13 feet 2 inches.
Bully Malfhews goes over fhe high bar in a nice clean sweep here af NT.
Tha+'s Ray Renfro passing fha bafon fo Jerome Zebonilr in lhe sprini' relay.
Teague emerged from the meet as high
point man with l2 counters.
James Brewer added ten points to the Eagle
cause as he took first place in the shot put and
l Renfro and Teague gef off fo a good sfarf in The I00 yard dash in fhe new relays. Renfro came in firsf and Teague came in second
Field Day at NT
The Eagles copped first place in six events and tied for another in
the first Annual North Texas State Relays to lead a field of five teams.
Ray Renfro highlighted the afternoon as he raced the l00 yard
dash in 9.5 seconds. He also ran on two of the three relays the North
Although no team title was given, the Eagles made 47 points, with
Houston coming in second with 21 points. Abilene Christian, East
Texas State, and Texas Christian University placed respectively behind
the two top teams.
Three relays - the 440, 880, and the distance medley - were won
by the Eagles. Renfro, Bill Walters, Jerome Jabojnik, and Charley
Teague teamed up to win the 440 and 880 relays. Time on the 440
Walt Lindsey, Paul Patterson, Don Edwards, and Dale Imel won
the distance medley with a time of l:27.5.
Walters soared 22 feet SW inches in winning the broad jump and
Ted Smith led the field in the high hurdles with a time of 14.9.
James Brewer, for the first time this year, suffered defeat to Nick
Spillios of the University of Houston in the shot put. Spillos tossed the
shot 47 feet ll inches.
All times and distances in the meet went in the book, since this
was the first running of the meet.
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Teague comes in 'firsf on fhe 220 yard dash in the
The cross-couniry 'Praclc feam readies 'For a fasi false-off as soon as Pop Noah gives 'Phe signal 'for 'fhe all-clear.
Tha+'s Jerome Zabonilx in -the 440 dash in 'rhe Soufhwesfern meer.
John Garriiy fries fo maize lilre a bird in fhe NT relays
Ray Lucas goes up and over as he fries fo sei a new record.
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Slrengfhened Team Won Many Meels
Muscleman James Brewer is always good for poinls
A fllinly clad Norfh Texan falces off wi'fl1 hopes of winning fhe crown a+ For? Worflw.
Dis+ance man Don Edwards fakes 'Phe baron ai fhe NT meer ln a vallani effori fo break ihe rape flrsf and wm ihe mee'r
Witlr the meet at Stillwater still in the
offing, it would be hard to say how the end
of the season will turn out, but if the Eagles
continue improving as they have been it
should be no trouble for them to set more
Coach Pop Noah has moulded a fine team
out ol' these boys and their individual ac-
complishments prove this. As track is mostly
an individual affair, more praise should be
heaped on the heads of the winners than in a
Track has evolved through the years here
at NT to a great thing, and with Pop Noah
here it is certain that it will go further.
Fnrsf and second place for 'rhe mile run go fo Dale lmel and Don Edwards
The referees seem +o be explaining a pomf as fhe winner Talons and runner up BSU 'leam llsfen.
I n'rramural Foofba ll
In an overtime tilt, the second of the
playoff series, the Talons beat the Bap-
tist Student union eleven l8-12 to take
the championship intramural.
The Baptists lost no time in scoring
as Jim Hooten passed to Jim Galloway
in the first few minutes of play for the
'l'he 'l'alons came back after the first
half and scored on a pass from Sledge
to Keasler who was planted in the end
As the period ended both teams agreed
to play two ten-minute overtime periods.
lt was Skip Keasler again who scored
for the 'llalons as he intercepted one of
I-Iooten's passes and ran 20 yards to pay-
'l'he Baptists scored seconds later on
a pass from Johnny Lumbley to I-looten.
lVith the score tied and three minutes
left to play, Sledge connected on a pass
to Sid Holliday for the final touchdown
of the afternoon.
The BSU griclders fall: if over in The huddle during one of fhe 'frequenf Time-ou+s because of 'lhe cold.
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These BSU roolers will corroboraie my s+ory on how cold il was +ha+ day.
Loolx ouf boy, fhaf goal is an awfully long way fo go even if you are hof.
A fangle of arms, a shuffling of feet and +l'1e ball is on i+s merry way.
This shof musf counf a lofg buf look al' lhe players 'fac
:X stout inner defense paid off for the
-Iokers as they foreed the Delta Sigs to shoot.
from far out while they Controlled the
backboards as they rolled up a 3121 tri-
'lihe scoring picked up the last hall' after
a slow first stanza in which the score stood
I2-7. The fraternity league winners staged
a mild rally. but failed to Close the gap.
The winners. paced by Don Baker,
turned on the steam in the final minutes
and won without a bit of trouble. Baker
was high scorer of the evening with I3
Both teams entered the final tilt with-
out a blemish to their records. The Delta
Sigs made the playoffs after they defeat-
ed the Green Shirts. League Ill champs.
28-24, and the Jokers entered the final
round after they drew a bye.
'Face fhe anxie+y of wailing for il' lo come down.
The Jokers won the intramural
basketball free-throw contest by
outscoring the Delta Sigs by two
Before the last night the Delts
had led the tourney with 92 points,
but lost to the victors who sank 93
ol' a possible l25 shots to average
Bob Hohertz led the winners
with 21 tallies to tie for high honors
with Barry Burt of the Demons.
Four tied for runnerup with 20
The Kainpus Kats sunk 84 points
to count third in the contest. This
was a warm-up of the intramural
basketball league play.
Perfecl 'form is shown as 1l'1e ball ge+s away nicely on ifs 'lrip.
A shoi' from flue side corner is hard, especially wilh 'lwo hands in your face.
"Slide boy, 'lhe ball is righl' behind you," cry lhe speclalors as he fries lo make second base his homeporl.
The softball intramural leagues opened
April 2 to determine a Winner from that
Winners for the first day were the
Geezles, Chi Sigs, and Phi Taus.
The two-hit pitching of Gene Hendrix
aided the Geezles in smashing the Talons
The Chi Sigs downed the Sigma Phi Nu
'7-6 helped by the big bat of Buddy Hen-
derson. Henderson hit the only home run
of the game for the Phi Sigs.
The Phi Tau's pitcher Dan Wall fanned
nine batters in the five inning game as his
team beat the Lambda Chis 4-3.
The second day out the Trojans beat
the Falcons 10-4 behind the steady pitching
of Johnny Brakehill.
Brakehill had a no-hitter working when Stanley
Mfoodruff stepped into the box. The pitcher had two
out in the last of the ninth inning when Woodruff
doubled to give the Falcons a chance.
Phi Delta Beta outlasted the Sigma Phi Nu in a
slugfest as the Winners took the top half of the 15-13
A nice peg catches lhe runner befween 'Firsl and second.
Safe by a mile, +l1e ball l1asn'+ been sfopped ye'r.
The referee's are going 'lo have 'lo wa+cl1 'll1is one close. if loolcs aboul even from here
The cafcl'1er's ready, 'rhe baHer's ready, fhe whole crowd is ready, buf 'the piicher insisis on warming up for -Fiffeen minufes.
The girls gafher around fhe campfire for an old-fime gel-fogefher in laie aufumn 'lo show lhaf 'there are sfill cowgirls.
Women's Recreational Association
Beginning the year in the new VVomen's gymnasium, the
WVRA went to town with their various skills, exercises, con-
tests, and athletics.
At the first meeting officers were elected for the year.
These included Patsy Huber, president, Mary Gwyn Fitz-
gerald, vice-president, Mickey McGuire, secretary, and Jo
Ann Stricklin, publicity manager. Miss Betty Jane Trotter
of the physical education faculty served as sponsor for the
The Howdy room was the spot for the first party that
the YVRA sponsored this year. At this party, the freshmen and
transfer girls were honored. A carnival theme was carried
out complete with entertainment, refreshments, and side-
shows. Clowns were frequently seen throughout the evening.
but the tumbling probably took the cake in the entertain-
Tumbling in WRA somefimes can be inleresfing. Now no hands
Precision and co-orclinaiion of movemen+ are necessary For a well compounded group of modern dancers, such as +hese girls show.
Square dancing in fhe new Women's gym is lun if you have lhe righl parlner.
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A fhrusl and a parry go 'Po make an exciiing day in +l'1e gym
A big volleyball game geis underway.
Touchee' and ihrusi home are famous axioms nowadays in flue fencing class af+er Cyrano.
Allay cop and over. if loolcs easy wifh -lhe girls doing ii.
Women in Afhlefics
Intramural athletics are sponsored by the WRA
throughout the year and the team that has the
most points at the end of the year are honored
at the annual Spring Banquet.
Awards are given the lucky winners who have
garnered the most points in the five intramural
These sports are volley ball, basketball, softball,
tennis, and field hockey. All girls on the campus
are permitted to enter these contests, if they have
Nine organizations form the nucleus of the
organization and are sponsored by various teach-
ers of the women's physical education faculty.
These organizations include badminton, crafts,
horseback riding, modern dance, square dance,
tumbling. outing, and fencing.
C and D wings of Bruce Hall are first in line
for the championship trophy at this time as they
have taken first place in volleyball and field
hockey and third place in basketball.
With tennis the headline feature now, Nancy
Armour, nationally recognized tennis player, is
expected to make the difference for the Bruce
She looks ready, buf we'll never know if she hii 'lhe 'thing
Jump high and may +l1e bes+ +eam win in -the intramural con+es+ abou+ +o s+ar+.
A momenf laier and fhe ball veers +o the left and acfion begins in +he big game.
"Swing your parfner and do si do and where you s'I'op nobody knows" is fhe chan? in fhe Women's gym.
Various Skills and Crafts Furnish Amusements
In the majors tournament this year the
sophomores took an early lead and didn't
lose it as they beat the freshmen team 54-50.
The close game was played in the new gym.
In intramural play Oak Street Hall de-
feated the 'l'errill Hall team 26-I3 in a run-
away. High scorer for the evening was Nancy
Mosely of Oak Street, who made 12 points.
She was followed closely hy Dianna Flynt of
Terrill Hall with ll points.
Hold her fighter boy, nobody's looking a+ you bul' 'rhe audience.
Another highlight of the year was the party spon-
sored by YVRA in the new womenis gym in which the
girls could take dates during dutch week. This enter-
tainment was enjoyed heartily by all present who had
their choice on many games, contests, and dances.
Square dancing prevailed as tops in entertainment
during the evening with the teachers calling the squares.
WRA has a big future here at NT with the new
gym, interested teachers and sponsors, and a cooperative
A craffs class in aciion wilh Nancy Armour doing the supervising.
And ihis novice, is wha+ you ride on-a saddle.
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Parties, plays, teas, business meetings, unex-
cused absences, and on and on-all these and more
rolled up into the lives of the almost-ltltl separate
organizations on the North Texas State College
For those with inclinations to 'Aget into the
social whirl" there are the social sororities and fra-
ternities, six sororities and eleven fraternities. A
long-due and much-discussed development occur-
red within the social groups this year when several
of the groups either Hwent national" or started
making contacts toward that end.
lla you'd rather not tie yourself down with social
group affiliations, but desire some sort of recrea-
tion, the departmental honoraries should interest
you. Here you receive a chance to associate with
other persons ol' your same major or minor, or at
least persons who can speak the same language
VVith all the opportunities at hand on campus,
sad is the person's plight who doesn't tie in with
some active organization. I-Ie just isn't really go-
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A heavenly time was had lay all when Delta Chis decorated the club house 'For their Who Do You Know in Heaven 'formal last winter.
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peland, Mary Jo Gilliland, Evelyn Grube, Joan Hayes, Wanda Halbrook, Mariorie Horne.
Hickey, Sue Jackson, Gene Jordan, Ruthanne Mathers, Jane Middleton.
ROW 3: Billye Jean Hearne,
277--ROW I: Earldene Miller, Marilyn Miller, Jo Anne Morehead, Joan Moreman, Darlene Morris. ROW 2: Shirley
Sue Parker, Martha Pankhursi, Jackie Porter, Anna Jo Riley. ROW 3: Pat Rushing, Virginia Russell, Betty Salem,
Salmon, Mary Savage. ROW 4: Jean Smith, Peggie Smith, Carole Thomas, Barbara Thorpe, Doris Truitt. ROW 5:
Nelle Walker, Libba Walters, Wanda Westbrook, Jane Williamson, Maxine Wiseman.
'l'he club house looked like heaven when Delta Chi
Deltzi decorated lor its winter lorniul. lVho Do You Know
in Heaven? was the theme of the big event.
Delta Chi, organifed in 1935. celebrzlted hoinecoxn-
ing in November with 21 sorority birthday dinner. And
the group planned its own reunion of alumni and cznnpus
inenlhers in Dallas this year.
A-X shipwreck dance, featuring coniic strip costumes,
and 21 lorinal dinner-dzince were the iniportant socials of
the spring semester. Delta Chi sponsored Z1 coke party
lor all college lreshnien lust fall. and invited all sororities
and their dates to Z1 dance at the club house during Dutch
l'Veelc. Rush functions included 21 chicken fry and an
an Oriental tea.
Delta Chis brought an Orienfal mood info +l1e Crysfal Room
Drink if down-if can'1' be wilches' brew if fhis is heaven.
Leis and a Soulh Sea island selling creaied an enchanling afmosphere for The Kappa's fall semester dinner-dance ai The Denion Couniry CI b
Kappa Kappa Kappa
New pledge emblems, small gold pins with the tri-K
insignia, were sported by the fifteen spring pledges of
Kappa Kappa Kappa. The Kappas had their traditional
pledge dance for all fraternity and sorority plebes at the
Denton Country Club.
A project of the Kappas this year was publishing
a monthly newspaper containing news of campus mem-
bers and exes. And, by the way, a new Kappa exes chap-
ter was organized in Dallas during the year.
An informal ranch dance in Mary Arden Lodge and
dinner dances at the Denton Country Club in January
and May highlighted the Kappa social calendar. Twenty-
six coeds formed the active membership of Kappa Kappa
Kappa during the spring semester.
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Page 278-ROW l: Mary Balfhrop, Belly Jane Barry, Jo
Ann Bates. ROW 2: Phyllis Crain, Pal Ely, Pafsy Ann Gallo-
way. ROW 3: Teresa Harber, Nancy Hendrix, Belly Hornback.
Page 279-ROW l: Sharon Jones, Palsy Jordan, Jo Ann Lee,
Nancy Lovelace, Sue Loveffe. ROW 2: Marilyn McNa'H, Zuki
Neal, Jean Pearce, Ellen Sikora, Peggy Shorf. ROW 3: Janell
waning Palsy Wallace, Shirley Wesf, Joan Whisller, Virginia
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Page 280-ROW I: Vevagene Apple, Pal Ballweg, Sally
Ann Bell, Bunny Bollon, Norma Bowden. ROW 2: Belly Box,
Pamelia Brown, Joy Cox, Ladelle Cox, Pally Euler. ROW 3:
Una Glazener, Jane Grogan, Elizabelh Hall, Belly Jo Heide-
man, Helen Henderson. ROW 4: Marlha James, Peggy
Lamb, Nancy Manire, Doris Massey, Jan Mallhews.
Page 281-ROW I: Carol Moore, Peggy Moore, Pal Noah,
Jackie Nowlin. ROW 2: Frances Porler, Helen Jean Reaves,
Daisy Reed, Shirley Roberlson. ROW 3: Jonell Seale, Ouida
Sledge, Melvia Jean Slanford, Gwen Sleenbergen. Row 4:
Barbara Threall, Nancy Whilney, Marilyn Winfree, Carol
Kappa Thela Pi
Grouped around their new television set in Chilton
Hall, Kappa Theta Pi members made big plans for a
busy 1951-52. A 'l'heta-sponsored lreshman amateur
show began their lall semester projects, and in November
the Thetas decorated a prize-winning float for the home-
coming parade. Along with APO the 'lihetas sponsored
the March of Dimes Taxi Dance in Great Hall.
Social functions of the sorority included a Singapore
Sling costume dance at the American Legion Hall, a
formal dinner dance in May at Hubbard Hall, and a
dinner dance at Denton Country Club to celebrate the
13th birthday of Kappa Theta Pi. The 34 active Thetas
include the 1951 Homecoming Queen, Doris Massey,
the Woinen's Forum president, Una Glazenerg two Yucca
Beauty runners-up, Jane Grogan and Carol Moore, and
several class officers.
No school year is complele wifhoui' a colorful college 'formal-Thelas climaxed busy season wiih a dinner-dance ai 'lhe Counlry Club
Jusl' lilce 'the war-you slancl in line lo ge+ your ralion,
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Ph' G K
Hobo parties, dinner-dances, a new TV
set-all these made 1951-52 a year to be
remembered by Phi Gamma Kappa. From
a lVhite Christmas at the club house to
Spring Fever at the Denton Country Club,
the Phi Gam formals were a big success.
Rushees were entertained with hobo
parties and traditional Phi Cam Stardust
Teas. Pledges followed the campus' con-
structive pledgeship theme and collected
books to donate to libraries at Denton's
Negro schools. And they took mending
needle in hand and repaired toys for needy
Denton children. Between these duties,
Phi Gam plebs found time to entertain
fraternity pledges with coke parties.
The 31 active Phi Cams planned an open
house in May at their Chilton ramp, and,
not content with a busy school year, they
prepared for a reunion of Phi Cam alumni
and members this summer.
But Phi Cams weren't so busy with social
activities that they neglected school work-
they shared top honors last spring when
Meritum awarded the annual sorority
Page 282-ROW I: LaVonne Barnett, Audrey Batchelor, Sara Benham, Julia Beville,
Barbara Breedlove, Peggy Janelle Bruner, Betty Burnett. ROW 2: Connie Beeson,
Sammie Jo Davis, Donna Foltz, Edna Beth Hall, Martha Hall, Gaye Harriss, Betty
Haynes. ROW 3: Prilla Hinton, Pegi Huse, June Jones, Billie Mapp, Betty Mattiza,
Gerrie Moss, Sara Myers.
Page 283-ROW I: Fredda McNeely, Patsy Parkes, Jacquelyn Poindexter, Jean Pool.
ROW 2: Marian Robinson. Dott Sala, Elizabeth Sayles, Gloria Spangler. ROW 3:
Yvonne Standifer, Benny May Wilburn, Jerilyn Wilburn, Joellen Wise.
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Delma Deaver, Madie Echols, Talou Edwards, Jo Ann Fowler, Ima Greafhouse, Gerry Heninger, Jan Johnslon. ROW 3: Cynlhia Kearby, Marlha Lonqbolham, Joan Lulon
Belly Magill, Ernie Marlin, Juanelle Mallhews, Mally McClin'lock, Bobbie McMurrey.
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Norma Sweeney, Belfie Townes, Jo Ann Wallis, Jo Anne Wells, Naomi Wood.
Phi Sigma Alpha
The oldest sorority on the campus, Phi Sigma
Alpha was organized in 1933. Phi Sigs note with
pride that the sorority had two Yucca Beauties,
Sandrea Brinkinann and Wanda Patton, and two
runners-up, Nell Matthews and Martha Long-
bothain, this year.
Phi Sigs dressed in their newest fornials for a
Chistnias dinner-dance and their traditional
Rainbow Ball at Denton Country Club. And they
switched to fantastic costumes for their Secret
Desire dance at Mary Arden Lodge.
Their 1406 W. Hickory residence won third
place in homecoming house decorations, and a
ineinber, Phyllis Powers, was selected as a Home-
coming duchess. The sorority sponsored the all-
college Valentine dance in February.
Sell' lighls, sweel music, and prelly girls were liealured al' lhe Denlon Counfry Club, where Phi Sigs held 'lheir laig even!-a dinner dance-before
the Chrislmas holidays.
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Green, Virginia Harris, Carolyn Hofmann, Gladys Holloman, Colleen Holmes, Barbara Kinq. ROW 3: Mary Beth Loughmiller, Helen Mahan, Barbara Marlin, Maydell
Matthews, Mary Lou Meyer.
Page 287-ROW I: Ruth Moore, Theresa Moore, Janeffa McNamara, Mary Elizabeth Newby, Algene O'Daniel, Donna O'Daniel, Barbara Oufhouse, Virginia Piraino
ROW 2: Geneva Ouebe, Menda Ross, Judy Seller, Darrel Sessions, Eli1abefh Sharp, Denna Lane Smith, Berry Jean Sfover, Martha Washington,
An orchid ball topped the social agenda of Zeta Pi
Gamma this year. Zetas and their dates journeyed across
town to TSClV'S Hubbard Hall in January for the big
event. And in May, the Zetas celebrated spring with
Zeta Pi Gamma
their traditional Beau Dance.
Social Sorority Rushees were honored with a western Jean Jamboree
and a Sunday morning Crescent collee. Pledges entertain-
ed and were entertained with parties and picnics.
Zetas celebrated Christmas with an informal dance
at the club house. Nineteen coeds pledged Zeta Pi Gam-
ma during the year. Active membership numbered 26.
Zeta headquarters is Ramp l, Chilton Hall.
Zeras pul' on lheir newesl and prelliesl formals and invited lheir 'Favorite dales lo their big social of 'lhe fall semesler-lhe Orchid Ball
al TSCW's Hubbard Hall.
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ROW l: Elgin Akers, Lee Allison, Roy Anderson, Gene Arbuckle, Edwin Biggerslaff, Mike Brooks, D'avid
E. Burkelf, David Busler. ROW 2: Bill Campbell, Ed Curry, Burl Ganll, Joe Jack Ganll, Dwayne Jennings,
Jack Jones, W. A. Jones, Bill Miller. ROW 3: Bill McClendon, Norman Muecke, Phil Miner, Jovan Porlerfleld,
Richard Richards, John C. Roberls, Ed Robinson, Louis Romer, Jr. ROW 4: Carl C. Roy, Don Schaded.. ROW 5:
H. C. Shanafell, Joe Sims. ROW 6: James D. Smifh, John D. Tabor. ROW 7: H. G. Wells, Noble Willingham.
ROW 8: Gillis Wylhe, Earle Young.
Pledges had big moulhs buf harmonized like lhe Roberl Shaw Chorale for +he While Suil Dance
Befa Alpha Rho Be'ra
Yucca presses were ready to roll when Beta Al-
pha Rho Beta announced that it had been accepted
by Lambda Chi Alpha, national social fraternity.
The SMU Lambda Chi chapter initiated 31 NT
Lambda Chis, nee Betas, on March 8 and 9. The
local group is the fourth Texas chapter and one
of 140 chapters in the nation. Only two weeks after
initiation, representatives of the new chapter attend-
ed the Lambda Chi regional conclave at the Univer-
sity of Arkansas. The group attended the SMU
chapter's White Rose formal in order to become bet-
ter acquainted with brother chapters in this area.
Black-shirted Betas had a busy year prior to
their nationalization activities. They had their tra-
ditional kick-off dance carrying out a football theme
in October, white suit dances during pledgeship, a
dude ranch party in January, and a Valentine dance
honoring the Beta's Valentine sweetheart. Lambda
Chi personalities include Earle Young, USNT presi-
dent, Ed Curry, senior class prexy, and Eddie Eades,
AFROTC cadet colonel.
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Chi Sigma Phi
Sombrero-clad Chi Sigma Phi pledges were put
to work this spring under the campus's new construc-
tive pledgeship program. The 13 pledges collected
old bicycles and tricycles, repaired them, and donated
them to needy children in the Denton area. By way of
projects, Chi Sigs also adopted a boy at West Ward
elementary school and outfitted him with cowboy
clothes and a "dress-upi' suit for Christmas.
Heading the list of Chi Sig social functions were
the fall and spring formals at the Adolphus Hotel in
Dallas. The traditional Mexican Hat Dance, an in-
formal rush party, was at the club house. Chi Sigs had
fried chicken dinners for rushees and new members at
Fort Worth's Western Hills Hotel. The fraternity had
27 active members during the spring semester.
I d n't care it they are our trat officers. I want to watch the birdie.
Cheat? I cIicIn't Icnow how to play poker til I started pledging Ch
Chi Sigs and lheir dares climbed inlo crowded cars and drove lo Dallas where +heir big social was scheduled lo lake place al ihe Adolphus Holel
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Bishop. ROW 2: Dillon Bowden, Allan Bridges, John Brooks.
ROW 3: Chrif Brown, Glenn Burke, Joe Ezell.
Page 291-ROW I: Jack Daniels, Tom Granl, Darrell Free-
man, Lloyd Fruqe, Elmo Hall. ROW 2: A, N. Harrison,
Buddy Henderson, Wayne Henderson, Everell E. Jarboe,
George Reid May, ROW 3: Lloyd Miller, James David
Nichols Jr., J. C. Quinn, Tom Schanz, Bill Slamper. ROW 4:
Robert Slein, Ed Sfewarf, Leonard Weeks, George Wilson,
Falcons galhered cedar and mislleloe lo decorale 'lhe club house, 'lhen broughl lheir dales oul' lo lhe formal lhal opened lheir Yule celebrafion
Tree-sitting, a habit dating back to pre-
caveman days, is the characteristic trait of
Falcon pledges. Once a semester the plebs
climb to their tree-top perch and shout the
time of day, minute by minute, to passers-by.
In addition to their sojourns in the trees, Fal-
con pledges this year sponsored an Easter
Egg hunt for Denton children. And, encour-
aged by members, they remodeled the interior
of the Falcons' residence at 1207 W. Hickory.
A Christmas formal at the club house and
a spring formal at Midway Inn were the big
events of the Falcons' social year. They don-
ned blue jeans and boots for a Western dance
at Lake Dallas last fall, and celebrated Valen-
tine's Day with a dance at the club house.
The fraternity had 24 active members and
12 pledges during the spring semester.
Page 292-ROW I: Richard Arnwine, Charles Brulon Blair, Willie G. Davis, Jim
Dodson. ROW 2: Joe J. Frey, Bryan Graham, Corky Haylon, James Heldf. ROW 3:
Arfhur Hodge, Henry Holland, C. B, Jeanes, Roberl Lee Kubica.
Page 293-ROW I: Carl Thomas Lumsdn, Neal Lynch, Jack Marr, Roberl Len
McPherson, John Robert McSween, Gene Porter, Gene O'Donnell. ROW 2: John
O'GIee, Bill Ralliff, Charles J. Ricke, James Roberls, John Rutherford, Bob Simp-
kins, Frank Sfraffon. ROW 3: Ray Teague, Landers Vaughn, David Waller, Ray
Weber, John Woodruff, Stan Woodruff, Henry L. Wrighl.
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They're no+ blocking the entrance purposely-iusf posing: Geezles reside af IO9 Avenue B when fhey're noi a+ fhe new gym or Yucca Tower.
Remember when Renfro chased ihe Indians back 'lo
Boasting the largest active membership of
any fraternity on the campus, the Geezles,
organized in 1928, is also one of the oldest.
'llhe big event on the Geezle calendar this
year was their traditional round-up during
the spring semester. Geezles who have gradu-
ated returned for parties and bull sessions at
the Geezles' house. And at those sessions,
Geezle talk centered around athletics. Associ-
ated Press chose the Geezles' Ray Renfro to
fill the honorary halfback position on its
Little All-American offensive grid team this
The fraternity's activities included a dude
ranch party in March and a good will ban-
quet for all fraternities later in the spring
semester. The Geezles had more than 40
active members this year.
A laugh a minuie is llne minimum rare when Geezles gel logelher.
Page 294-ROW I: Quincy Armsfrong, Calvin Axlell Roberf Barse,
Bill Bishop, Bill Brashier, James Brewer, Pat Cain. ROW 2: Kip
Camp, Harold Curnulf, Homer Dear, Harry Dixon, Gene Dixon, Kirk
Drew, Richard Edwards.
Page 2'?5-Row l: Roberl Gilsfrap, Tommy Gray, Kennefh G.
Hall, Bill Hammond. ROW 2: Bob Hardie, T. K. Hardy Jr., Rich-
ard Harvey, Gene Hendrick. ROW 3: Dwayne Henson, Fred Hick-
man, Charles Johnson, Seaborn B. Johnson. ROW 4: Norris Kissinger,
Ray Lucas, Lewis Lufrick, Bill Marlin. ROW 5: Ernie Marvel, Ken-
neth McMahan, Charles Qualls, Ray Renfro, Bill Rike, Pal Riley, Jim
Rhodes, Richard Spencer. ROW 6: Benny Slrickland, Jim Sfuarf,
Ray Trimble, Harlan Vander Zee, Royce Womble, Glen Wood, Jack
Woodruff, Jerome Zaboiink.
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Page 296-ROW I: Malcolm Bennell, James Denning C. B. Doss,
Tommy Dyson, Melvin G. Harris. ROW 2: Bill Inman, Bob Kennedy,
Hal Murphy, Oscor McKinney, Bill Sparks. ROW 3: Glen Tibbefs,
Jack Van Wagoner, Joe L. Wilson, Rayburn Williams, Gaston Wood.
Kappa Pi Omega
A vacation in Wfyoniing with no expenses paid-
that's what pledges gave the KPO prexy this
spring. In fact, hoboing seems to be popular with
the Kappa Pi Omegas. Their hobo dance at
Mary Arden Lodge was a big success.
But KPOS put their hobo rags in storage and
donned tuxes for their Christmas formal at the
club house and for a formal dinner-dance at the
American Legion Hall in April. There was an
informal dance at Hoop's Cabin at Lake Dallas,
and several parties and picnics for pledges.
One of the youngest fraternities on the campus
Qorgauized in 19495 , KPO has been one of the
busiest. There were sixteen active members and
six pledges during the spring semester.
Chrisfmas frees and holly
, and especially misflefoe, malce 'lhe Yulelide formal -the perfeci social eveni' of fhe winfer season for KPO's and lheir clafes.
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Phi Alpha Tau
Above: Rumlaley musl' be showing off wilh lhose iumpin' drum sliclcs.
Below: The caucus: "We'lI pul a Phi Tau in every office on lhe campus."
ROW I: Gene Adkins, Charles Auslin, Charles W. Ausfin, Max Blanslf, Alfred Broad, Bob Corley, Dewey Craig, Jim Crowe. ROW 2: Dean Davis, John L
Davis, Neil Davidson, Parkes Dibble, Tommy A. Tilley, Harold Fuller, Slanley B. Gregory, John S. Gullry. ROW 3: Mike Harms, Dick Harris, D. Wayne Henderson
Clyde Hesse, Howard Humphreys, Jess lnsall, David Jackson, Benny Karnes.
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Climax of Phi Tau's fall socials was lhe big formal al' lhe club house, loul' oulshining lhal was -lhe Sig Ep inslallalion ceremony on May I0 al' 'lhe Rose Ball
Vlfhen nationalization fever hit the campus
this year, Phi Tau was quick to jump into the
race and on May 10, the group was installed
as the Texas Beta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The new Sig Eps are one of 114 chapters in the
nation. The national fraternity's founding date
But Phi Tau's year was a busy one even be-
fore they became Sig Eps. A Candlelight Ball
at the club house and a Sewers of Paris party
were the major functions of the fall semester.
Their traditional Rose Ball and Sig Ep instal-
ROW I: Garner Klein, John Lovelace, Buddy Lowrance, Bob Moyeur,
Dwlghl Ollo, Ray Piner, Doug Reeves, Jack Rumbley, Pal' Sewell, Jack Shirley.
Dan Wall, Donald Walker, Gerald Walers, Joe B. Williams.
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lation ceremonies highlighted the spring activi-
ties. And love played a big part in Phi Tau
life this year - there were more than ten after-
ll p. m. pin serenades.
There was time for studying-the group re-
ceived the Interfraternity Council's scholarship
trophy in the fall, and time for sports-they
placed second in most of the intramural sports.
And their exes were proud of them at homecom-
ing in November when the group won first
place in house decorations, and second place
for its float in the parade.
Roberl Moore, John Neely. ROW 2:
ROW 3: Roberl Sholola, Arlie Turkell,
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Gerry M. Church, Don Genlry. ROW 2: Gilberf S. Gil, Bill
Glasgow, Herberl Greunke, H. M. Hailey Jr., Joel Horlon.
ROW 3: Bob Knighl, Billy Mallhews, Aloren C. Mince, Rob-
ert Pang, Hugo Plalas.
Page 30l-ROW I: Oscar Plalas, Kenl Pollard, Louis Rob-
erlson. ROW 2: Charles Robertson, David Sagen, Bob Salas.
ROW 3: Monle Sanders, Howard Sallerwhile, Waller Smith.
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When the South rises again, Phi Delta Beta will
be in its heyday. Phi Deltals Confederate pledge caps
and the annual Gray Cap dance keep the southern
traditions alive on the campus.
'6Rods" and Hbrass-knuclCs" were brought out
of hiding, and Phi Delts dressed as thugs for a Gang-
ster Party last fall, but they donned tuxes and bow
ties for their spring formal in May. Lake Dallas was
the scene of the Phi Delt formal rush function, a
This spring the 16 Phi Delt pledges Worked
with the Red Cross and collected food for needy
residents of Denton.
And the 18 active members were busy
making repairs on Phi Delta Beta's ancient Cadillac
limousine, a score of years older than the fraternity
itself, which was organized in November of 1949.
Saginaw-bound, buf lhe pholographer slapped 'll-lem
on lhe sfairs.
Pi Phi Pi
Red headed pledges of Pi Phi Pi have been
a familiar part of the campus scene since 1929.
Pi Phi neophytes have their heads ducked in the
dyeing vats at the beginning of pledgeship each
semester, and they're easily detected as plebes un-
til they've earned full-fledged membership.
The Purple Passion dance at Mary Arden
lodge and a Christmas formal at 'IiSCW's Hub-
bard Hall were the big Pi Phi Pi events during
the fall semester. At their Spring Leaf Frolic,
April 26. the Pi Phi sweetheart was announced.
In addition to their traditional social func-
tions, the fraternity had lots of house parties,
picnics, and impromptu get-togethers. They
honored members who have graduated with a
dance at the all-college homecoming in Novem-
ber. Pi Phi had 22 active members this spring.
A new angle on +he fraclifional Pi Phi Christmas formal in TSCW's Hubbard Hall-the camera mus+ have been hanging 'From +he chandelier.
ROW I: Max Anderson, Bill Blnford. ROW 2: Lynn Boren, Jimmy Green.
ROW 3: Jim Hale, Bill Hoyle. ROW 4: Weldon Kennedy, Charles Lee. ROW
5: Frank Lively, Bo Lisman. ROW 6: Jim Miller, Jack R. McLain. ROW 7:
David M. Sfocklon, James Travis.
Man, lhaf was a greal' parfyl Le'l's have anoiher one nexl' week.
Debafers, acfors, polificians-if was a busy crowd fha? iook fime our fo plan and aHend ihe Chris+mas sweafer dance in Mary Arden Lodge.
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Slinging shovels and grass-cutters at Lake Texoma was the
c big job Sigma Phi Nu undertook this year. The fraternity started
clearing a college-owned lake site and developing it for a recre-
ation area. Building fences and chopping weeds was a back-break-
ing job for the 18 members and 9 pledges, but they knew that in
future years their efforts would mean lots of picnics and fishing
trips for campusites. Between trips to Lake Texoma, Sigma Nu
was busy planning social functions and oth-
er porjects. Their pledges collected clothing
and waste paper as a community service pro-
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A Christmas sweater dance highlighted the
winter season, and exes were honored with a
homecoming dance at Dallas in November.
And, during the homecoming celebration,
the Sigma N11 house won second place for
Pledges chose Sammie Jo Adkins and Na-
dine Cranier as Sigma Phi Nu sweethearts
for the fall and spring semesters, respectively.
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Page 304-ROW l: Cecil Flock, Dean Funsfon, Bill Lanning, Boyd C. Moseley,
Jerry Nifsche, Hector Oriuela, Paul Pelerson.
Page 305-ROW I: Jerry Porch, Maurice Schnorr, Joe Smilh, Jim Swain.
Tough luclr, fellow, bul Dulcli Weelr is like +l'la+ somelimes, you lrnow.
eefings give way io bull sessions and cameras
Organized in 1926, the Talons is one of the old-
est fraternities on the campus. Busy with campus ac-
tivities this year, the Talons took time out to compete
in intramural football and ran away with first place
honors. Their traditional White Shirt dance was the
big event among their social functions.
The fraternity sponsored an all-college party at
the Baker Hotel in Dallas, and, in the spring semester,
the Talons planned an exhibition golf match between
their own Billy Maxwell and Babe Zaharias. Maxwell
brought honors to his fraternity when he and his team-
mates won the national collegiate championship.
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While shirfs were spollighfed when Talons and lheir dares galhered al' -lhe club house for lhe 'fral'ernily's 'l'radil'ional While Shirl' Dance.
Sessions like 'l'his one are popular al lhe Talon house, I4l8 W. Hickory.
Page 306-ROW I: Bill Barlon, Bill Bennell, Clin? Brisendine, Kennefh Casa-
day. ROW 2: Eddie Curlis, William Curfis, Tommy Davis, Roberl' De Long, Don
Edwards, George Ferrell, Orrie Freeman. ROW 3: Kennelh Fuller, Bob Gandy,
Harland Gaskill, Gordon W. Granl, Blake Hamplon, Felix Hawkins, Jack Hays.
ROW 4: Harvey Haynie, Sid Holliday, Don January, Charles Keasler, Darrell
Keafhley, Bobby Lankford, Orville Lonvick.
Page 307-ROW l: Billy Tom Moore, Bobby Mole, Werner Prafka, Jimmy Rich-
ards. ROW 2: John Roberfs, Johnny Roberis, Russell Ross, Bob Royall. ROW 3:
Thomas Reeh, Larry Rufledge, Bobby Sledge, Jimmy Van Hoy.
Tr0ial"lS Social Fraternity
From caroling on the court house lawn to
pirating in Mary Arden Lodge, the Trojans
have had a busy year. Black Dog and Captain
Kidd swapped Davy Jones stories at the Pirates
dance during the fall semester, and the Trojan
'ccaroliersu gave the Christmas spirit a scare
with Yule songs in downtown Denton.
The men of Troy and their dates concealed
their identities and attended an impersonation
dance in Mary Arden Lodge this spring. And
they dressed in their Sunday best for formal
dinner-dances at Hotel Texas' Keystone Room
in Fort lN'orth and at Hubbard Hall on the
Rounding out their social calendar were a
Dude Ranch and a week-end at Lake Murray in
The fraternity awarded a four-year scholar-
ship to an NT student this year.
Dutch Week? No, iusf another crazy Troian party-an impersonation confesf
Tuxes and formals were donned for lhe Trojans' lwo dinner dances-one al TSCW's Hubbard Hall and The oflwer al Holel Texas'
Keyslone Room in Forl' Worlh.
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Page 308--ROW I: Berkley Barnard, Roy Blackwell, Dennis
Blankinship. ROW 2: Don Blankinship, Cullen Boyles, Billy
Cole. ROW 3: Pal Corbell, Roberf Crawford, William
Drake. ROW 4: Bill Griffin, Harold Harris, Al Hickerson.
ROW 5: Earl Laningham, Billy Lewallen, Don Lubbe. ROW
6: Bryan Merrell, Jack Messer, James McKelvey.
Page 309-ROW I: Jack Payne, Lew Shepperd, Jimmy Syler.
ROW 2: Eslon Thornlon, Boo Vaughn, W. A. Wheele1'.
Troians slumbled info a Pirale's Cave, 'llwal is, den, for ll'1is parly
Grease paint, Alice in Wlonderlancl, and soror-
ity pledges mixed when Merituin and the Inter-
sorority Council sponsored lntersorority Stunt
Night. Original skits presented by pledges of each
sorority were featured at the gala event. Proceeds
from the evenings entertainment went to the
Merituni-sponsored college chapel fund.
Aside from Stunt Night, the big functions of
the Council was sponsoring lntersorority Presen-
tation Dances twice during the year in Terrill's
Co-ordinating policies and supervising pledge-
ship are the duties of the Council. Membership
includes two representatives of each sorority, and
the presidency of the group rotates ainong the
Worlting wi+l1 Merilum, the Council sponsored lnlersororiiy Sfunl Nighf
Left fo riqhf around lable: Nancy Whifney, Gloria Spangler, Sary Myers, Maydell Maflhews, Algene O'Daniel, Billye Jean Hearne, Wanda Westbrook, PaHy
Euler Belly Jane Berry, Beffie Townes.
'he Council's big proiecl fhis year was fhe inlerfralernily presenlalion dance.
Representing all social fraternities on the cani-
pus, the lnterfraternity Council was active this
year in co-ordinating fraternity policies and set-
ting up a constructive pledgeship program.
The Council awarded a sweepstakes trophy to
the intramural sports chainpions among social fra-
ternities, and gave a scholarship award to the
fraternity which had the highest over-all grade
Interfraternity presentation dances during
pledgeship each seinester were the colorful social
functions sponsored by the Council. The group
rewrote the constitution this year, and provided
for one meeting a inonth to include fraternity
sponsors. WV. G. Woods, dean of nien, is a perina-
nent non-voting incinber ol' the Council.
Lefl fo righl around fable: Ray Weber, Harold Curnuff, Alfred Broad, Jim Swain, Bill Boyd, Willian G. Wood, Ed Curry, Pal Sewell, 6. Dean Funsfon
James Travis. Standing: Leonard Weeks, Byram Merrell.
Officers and members planned programs and spealters 'For an aclive year.
ROW l: Pelers, M. Davis, Dorfch, D. Dennis, B. Dennis, Roe, Brown, Blakney, Hanson. ROW 2: LeBaron,
Poynter, Holmes, B. Jones, Brock, Sanchez. ROW 3: Dick, Slavick, Ramer, Moore, Robinson, Ressling, Mozelle,
Terry, Richard, Barham, Cox, Lloyd, W. Davis, Busch, J. Smilh, Sewell, Miller.
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be1's decorate Lhe honor roll 1'I'OII1
year to year, and 111e111bersl1ip i11-
eludes studenl. leaders from all
LlC1.J2ll'lIllC11lS ol lhe college. Char-
Lered in 1924. the E121 chapter ol
Alpha Chi is composed ol' juniors
and seniors who have 111ai111ai11-
ed a high scholastic 5121114121111 at
Tl1e national Alpha Chi cou-
ve11tio11 was l1eld Lhis yer at Bay-
lor University. Tl1e North Tex-
as l1o11or society SCIIK two dele-
gates-Bill ClCllClll1llll1g and Bob
Dennis-to lVaeo, and Miss
Myrtle Brown, sponsor of the or-
galiizatiou, was elected p1'CSlClCllL
ol' the national council.
Matlock, Oehlschlaeger, Milligan, Gallowan, Morehead,
Shorf, Procfor, Pinkerlon, Gaslon. ROW 4: Van Vacfer,
ROW l: Bane, Clendinning, A, Davis, Weeks, Upshaw, McConnell, Griffin, Hildebrand, Carroll. ROW 2: Paulissen, Higdon, Young, Wells, Morred, Sayles, Karnes,
Browning, Miller, Anderson, Noland. ROW 3: Jenkins S. Jones, Lasafer, Slraughan, B. Smifh, Schulze, Gallipp, Bailey, Barker, Hughes, Seale. ROW 4: Reinmiller, Hall,
Roberl' Barham, Reiniger, Drumwrighi, Burns Byrd, Grainger, Noah, Mallhews, Goforfh, Price.
Slucly. siucly. and lhcn study some niorc - il you
wanl Lo belong Lo Alpha Chi, national honor society.
Prcrcquisilcs for nicinbcrship are high scholastic niarks
ancl :in inlcrcsl in Lhc projccls and Lhc social aciivilics
ol' thc orqzniizzilion. A niajoi' concern of thc group is
crczuing more slucleni 1nLc1'csL in Lhe goals of Alpha
At Alpha Chi's annual initiation dinner lasL No-
vember. Di: F. H. Galloixl spoke on The Situaiion in
thc Near lizisi. The Alpha Chis had 21 picnic in May.
Tolal membership was more ihan 80 afler fhese scholars were iniiiaied lasi fall.
lnilialion banqueis are 'lhe big evenfs of fhe Alpha Chi Year
ROWI Gulledge Haynes Holler Hansen Breedlove Fraser Marshall Smlfh ROW 2 Smolhers N While, Hankins, Allen, Beaufford, Wall, J. White, Booker.
Alpha Lambda Della
Nahonal Scholastic Honorary
Scholarship is an important part
of Alpha Lambda Delta activities.
The organization, an honorary so-
ciety for underclassmen having a
2.5 average, is composed of approxi-
mately Z5 members.
The Alpha Lambdas Went nation-
al in February. Miss Lide Sprag-
gins, dean of women at Southern
Methodist University and president
of the national organization, con-
ducted their formal initiation. An
initiation dinner was given in the
Crystal Room of Marquis Hall.
Alpha Lambda Delta had a ruin-
rnage sale to raise funds for its
national expenses. In the spring it
had an initiation of new members,
plus a social function.
Alpha Lambda Pi
VVhen credits and debits have been
balanced, Alpha Lambda Pi members
will find they've had a busy year. The
accounting majors met twice a month
to hear speakers and learn more about
their future careers as accountants.
A local honorary, the organization
works with Dallas and Fort Worth Ac-
countants Associations to improve the
profession. At the School of Business
banquet in the spring, Alpha Lambda
Pi presented an award to the most out-
standing student in the department.
The accountants-to-be sponsored a
speaker for the School of Business'
Career Conference Day in April. And
for their regular monthly dinner meet-
ings, the organization imported such
speakers as Herman Otto of Southlands
Life Insurance, Dallas. The 20 Alpha
Lambda Pi members set aside one spring
meeting for a picnic.
ROW I: Clark, Miller, Turner, Hoffman, Taylor. ROW 2: Pral
Above: An Alpha Lambda Pi bull session before +he regular bi-rnonlhly meeling.
Below: The accounlanls-lo-be lalk bookkeeping while awailing lheir speaker.
Brown, Bryanf, Pickerll, Benfon. ROW 3: Breckenridge, Massey, Rodgers, Sfallings.
ROW I: Stanley, King, Duncan, Wells, Moore. ROW 2: Thomas, Hall, Byrd, Minick, Hutcheson.
Alpha Lambda Chi
National Honorary for Librarians
Officers get fogelher in the club's natural selling.
Life-time nienibership is the boast ol' Alpha Lzinibcla Sig-
ina nienibers. 'l'he lrzlternity, which is open to lilnrarians and
library science inujors, has more than 200 members. Present
cznnpus nienihership is I0 - ll students and eight laculty
members. Alpha 1,Z11l1lJll2l Sigma was lounded in l040.
This year the fraternity acquired its lirst pin, a book'
shaped piece ol' jewelry with the lanlp ol' learning in one
corner and a quill on the opposite side.
We'll bel' lhe Dewey decimal syslem wasn'l lhe lopic of discussion af This session.
ROW l: Morris, Williams, Moore, Goodman. ROW 2: Cook, Taylor, Hesse, Holloway.
Alpha Mu Alpha
Future physicians meet together twice a month and
discuss AMA activities. AMA, in this case, can stand for
Alpha Mu Alpha, the name of their organization, or for
American Medical Association, the group they'll be aiming
for when they finish their pre-med training at NT. The
A Mu A officers plan programs for pre-med club
campus AMA is an honorary pre-medical fraternity spon-
sored by Dr. D. M. Morris of the Biology department. Aside
from regular meetings, activities include pledgeship and
initiation ceremonies followed by a dance honoring new
Pily 'lhe poor rabbif, buf be glad l'l1ey're experimenling on him inslead of you.
ROW l: Arnold, Knight, Burlis, Smith, Foster, Bodkin. ROW 2: Woodruff, Stanfill, Fulton, Damon, Berry, Nelson, Epps. ROW 3: Chennault, McConnell, Lewis,
Lawson, Nusbaum, Rogers.
An APO-sponsored liay ride is fun, with or without the hay.
APO Santa Claus surprised lrids at a near-by orphanage with a TV set.
Alpha Phi Omega
National Service Fraternity
Pledges, pledges. and more pledges-
and they all added up to Alpha Phi
Omegais busiest service and social pro-
gram in many seasons. VVith 17 fall
pledges, the Gamma Rho chapter of
APO launched its holiday ride service
and highway signs project. The signs,
built by pledge labor, boasted North
Texas on six highways.
In November the APOS collected
money, furniture, and clothing for a
needy family. The same month this
service group sent a check to the fra-
ternity's war orphan in Pescara, Italy.
The APOs also worked with Negro
Accompanying the usual Yuletide
trimmings were the animal Alpha Phi
Omega orchid dinner-dance in Dallas
and the traditional Christmas party for
the Cumberland orphanage.
Alpha Phi Omega
The new year began on a duo note
of service and social life for the members
of Alpha Phi Omega. During January the
March of Dimes passed the APO review-
ing stand, and a taxi dance was co-spon-
sored by APO and Kappa Theta Pi. These
two groups also solicited blood donations
for the Red Cross. APOS and Green Jack-
ets sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt for Den-
In the line of hearts and flowers were
the ever-popular pinning rites. The APOS
favored the chosen girl with flowers and
gave their enamored member a dunking
in the fishpond. Less romantic is the an-
nual Ugliest Man on the Campus contest.
Spring social included smokers, a rush
dance, a week-end barbecue, a Cinderella
dance, and a Champagne dance in Dallas.
Pledges applied elbow grease 'lo polishing 'lhe college's lrophies in UB
ROW I: Hamilton, McKen1ie, Green, Pollan, Cole. ROW 2: O'Grady, Crouch, Massey, Wells, Moore. ROW 3: Murphy, Hartwell, Brown, Hooper WyaH
Alpha Rho Tau exes enioy a coffee before The homecoming game.
The young Picassos added fo lhe club lreasury with a Chrisfmas arf sale.
Alpha Rho Tau
Local Arr Honorary
Palettes, smocks, and brushes are the
earmarfks of a well-bred Alpha Rho Tau
member. The local art club is designed for
color-conscious collegiates, and its activities
range from films to fantasy.
Alpha Rho Tau sponsored a masquerade
dance in March, and the art students Went
wild with costumes and ingenuity. Cows,
harem girls, and indefinable creatures
Waltzed to the strains of i'Hambone." This
Fantasy Ball was the climax of their social
T'Vhile the less talented were buying
Christmas cards, the Alpha Rho Taus were
making and selling their own. They also
sold paintings and other original works.
The movie HGreat Expectations" was
sponsored by the club and shown free to
art students and their guests. Alpha Rho
Tau also sponsored a Korean clothes drive.
ROW I: Mrs. R. Williams, Crowe, Hill, Bell, Wise, Anderson, Larimer, R. Williams. ROW 2: Smilh, Hampfon, Sheffield, Crawford, Harris, Alford, Coger, Ingram.
ROW 3: Clemenl, Bean, Buller, Knox, Hill, Tipps, Kelly, Hollands, Reed. ROW 4: Wall, Bowman, Jordan, Kubica, J. Taylor, Hofmann, Harry, Whife, J. C. Taylor,
ROW I: Ingram, Gafhings, Peters, Madden, Edingfon, Wilson. Row 2: Moore, Ballweg, Burks, White, Lawson, Terry.
Arlington S'ra're Club
.lunior College Exes
Thirty-five exes ol' Arlington State Col-
lege haven't forgotten their alma mater.
lVhen they enrolled at NT they organized
the Arlington State Club to encourage fel-
lowship among exes' of the junior college.
Members ol' the club attended the
Arlington homecoming last fall and saw
the traditional football game with their
rival Tarleton State.
Socially active this year, the club had
three picnics at Lake Dallas. And members
iourneyed to Fort Wcmrtli for live parties.
They planned a dance with another exes'
club on the campus.
Membership is open to any ex of Arling-
ton State College who is interested in work-
ing with the club.
This group has 'lo be admired 'For its lhree-and-lhree officer division
Jusl slanding around, wailing for three more fo show up for +he big pic.
ROW I: Ridley, Ward, Willis, Hansen, Good, Caufhen, Bowdoin, Johnston, Field. ROW 2: Jackson Newby Baker B Clay Willem Belt Parks Pool Robinson
ROW 3: Bluhm, Sager, Turner, Bristow, Heflin, Couch, Thurmond, Harber, Fowler, Craig. ROW 4: Reed, Barrles, Findlay, Barr: Lewman, Buclkingharh, Smith, Gaines
Laws, Turkeff, Lasaler.
ssociafion for Child
A child-whether he be an Italian
bambino or a Little I.ord Fauntleroy-
is the concern of the Association for
Childhood Education International.
The ACEI has branches in Canada, In
dia, England, Germany, France, and oth-
Witli 80 members to its credit, the
North Texas branch is the largest ACEI
student group in Texas and one of the
largest groups in the United States.
Formerly called the Elementary Coun-
cil, the Association lor Childhood Edu-
cation International is among the oldest
groups on the campus.
The first Sunday in May this group
honored its graduating members and its
new officers with a breakfast. Chester
Strickland, superintendent of Denton
Schools, was guest speaker. Movies, dis-
cussions, out-of-town speakers, and stu-
Presidenl Finnie gets other officers in a ioyous mood.
'Fessor Graham speaks at one of ACE's regular meeiings.
dent panels add to the variety ol' ACEI
activil ies. Mrs. Dorothy Crocker, a music
therapist at Texas State College for
Hlomen, was among the organizations
Last November the members of .-XCEI
sold North Texas homecoming pins.
building up their treasury to send two
delegates to a national convention in
Philadelphia. The chosen delegates left
for Pennsylvania during the Easter holi-
At Christmas the fourth-grade students
of XVest-Y'Vard Elementary School pre-
sented a Christinas-Around-the Wlorld
program for ACEI members.
Miss Anabelle Pritchard and Dr.
James F. YVebb are sponsors of the North
Texas student branch of ACEI.
ROW I: M. Clay, King, Richmond, Davis, Crews, Marfin. ROW 2 Higdon Cox Upshaw Hopson Finnie Cox Aushn ROW 3 Harris Nelson Oldham Branfley
Matfiia, Giles, Allen.
Now, somebody wasn'+ listening when she said, "Le+'s everybody loin in."
We stand in amazemenl a+ what the good Lord has provided for us +o eat
Bap'ris'r Student Union
"SingpirationH is the way the Baptist Student
Union describes its Friday night fellowship pro-
grams. Headquarters lor this religious organiza-
tion is the Baptist Student Center. Equipped
with complete recreational facilities, the Center
remains open both day and night.
Every morning at 7:30 the BSU has a Morn-
ing l'Vatch, and every Saturday night the group
meets lor Bible Study and discussion.
In September the Baptist students attended a
church retreat at Lake Dallas, and in October
they SCIIL about 80 delegates to the state BSU
convention in Wfaco. Their mid-winter ban-
quet, a semi-formal event which centered
around the theme of? W'inter VVonderland, was
given in the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall.
'l'I-IE BSU's spring round-up at Lake Dallas
lassoed-in almost every kind ol recreation-
sports, movies, picnics.
R W I: Monk, Raicliff, Bradley, Clendinning, Jackson, Baird. Row 2: Smar1,Whife, Sharp, Higdon, Lloyd, Harris. ROW 3: Scholl, McCracken, Wilson, Uland,
ROW l: Sherman, Wells, Herry, Gallipp, Perryman, Juenqermann, Resslinqu Hqdgins. ROW 2: J. T. Cook, J. A. Cook, Chalmers, Lucas, Benham, Slraughan, Jones,
Pollard, McWhorfer. ROW 3: Kearby, Mensman, Murphy, Poynler, Crawford, Gaynler, Nhyburn, Endicoll, Lovelace. ROW 4: Griffis, Eudaly, Balchelor, Goodman,
Moore, DeFord, Hedgecock,
Bela Beta Be'ra
National Biology Honorary
Kingdom: North Texas State Collegeg phy-
lum: College of Arts and Sciences: order: sci-
ence divisiong family: biology department:
genus: clubsg species: Beta Beta Beta.
That's how this national honorary biology
fraternity might be classified. The 30-mem-
ber club is composed of biology majors and
The club has been active this year with
field trips, speakers, and socials. They visited
the Fair Park Aquarium and the
Southwestern Medical School in
Dallas on field trips. The club saw
Above: Maslers Hall audilorium is locale for regular +ri-Bela meelings.
Below: Officials mix a lil'l'le bolany wifh Their biological knowledge.
movies and heard speeches on such "W 'W
topics as research on actinomycetes, ,..
a trip to the tundra, and conserva- A
tion. A dinner was the big social
event of the fall semester.
Delta Zeta chapter is sponsored
by Miss Gladys Hudgins and Dr.
R. C. Sherman, both of the biology
faculty. Formal initiations are held
twice a year.
Here's a clue lo how Blue Key men slay on good side of adminislralion.
Presidenl Mallhews extends an open-office policy lo Blue Key leaders.
ROW I: Pelers, Karnes, Moseley, Smarl, Dunlop, Teague. ROW 2:
Lovelace, Broad, Clendinning, Slavick, Harris, Buell, Maffhews. ROW 3:
Skidmore, Weeks, Young, McBryde, Graham, Sewell, Turkell. ROW 4:
liarney, Wall, Roio, Rumbley, Davidson, Swain.
National Leadership Honorary
i'Service to school, service to community,
service to Godl' is the motto of Blue Key,
national honorary fraternity. Members of
Blue Key are chosen for their campus leader-
ship and their scholastic standing. President
J. C. Matthews is an honorary member of
The major project of this organization is
to co-operate with college administrators and
to publicize North Texas among high school
students. ln the process of publicizing NT,
Blue Key members visit high schools and do
their "selling job" with film strips and
The fraternity sponsors a Chapel fund and
helps with the freshman handbook and orien-
ROW l: Buell, Wrighf, Irvine, Currens, Brau, Haberger. ROW 2:
Armour, Chauvin, Howard, Davis, Sfouf. ROW 3: Ordway, Jolley, David-
son, Pettigrew, Balsam. '
Thespians - Musicians
Ziegleld himself would applaud some of Club
Varsity's spectacular and near-professional pro-
ductions. Members of the organization are stu-
dents who are interested in show business and
willing to apply hard work to the process of
producing and polishing a show.
Varsity Varieties of 1952 was a January event
that overflowed with originality, talent, and
color. The theme of the show was centered
around three different hours of the day-early
morning, late afternoon, and night.
Out-of-town shows were given throughout the
year at McKinney Veterans, Hospital, Lisbon
Hospital in Dallas, Gainesville State School for
Girls, and Veterans' Center in Fort Worth. Club
Varsity also gave shows for local civic organiza-
tions and campus functions.
Buell coaches Currens and Irvine, willn Wrighf presiding a+ keyboard
,, .,., ,Q A' .,
After a fine slarl' wilh rho fall "Vars3+y Variel'ies." lrouble in spring
ROW l: Youngblood, Ruffin, Glalener, Hardy, Swain, Price, Dunlop, Henderson. ROW 2: Frensley, Fallis, Kendrick, Bunch, Laminack, Barbour, Higgins, Orion.
ROW 3: McNabb, Willis, Pilley, Wolfram, Peffiqrew, Harwell, Cox, O'Neal, Buck, Noah, Brau.
The curtains going up on College Players, major
productions, "Second 'l'hreshold" and "The Lady's Not
lor Blll'l1lI1g'.ll Fall and spring, these draniatists en-
tertain North Texans with lootlight caprices and heavy
draina. Under the direction ol' Mrs. Myrtle Hardy, the
Players apply grease-paint and grind away at their
scripts, assisted by the unsung workers: stage-hands, di-
"Myrl" prepares her charges for anolher splendid produclion. Enchanuacsses, Cyuicsy and
adolescents have all had their hour
on the stage of the inain auditorium.
Jim Swain leads fellow Thespians in a warm-up session al praclice play reading. AA lol of hard Xxvorky H Sluear of
grease-paint, and "Myrt" are the
College Players' lorinula for a suc-
NT was the first college in Amer-
ica to present Philip Barry's "Sec-
ond 'I'hreshold." This spring the
Players added new laurels with
their interpretation of Christopher
Fry's "The I,ady's Not for Burn-
North Texans are hard to beat when it comes
to talking. Eloquent at a jam session, they really
shine in debates-il' laurels and loving cups are
During the past school year, the Debate Club
has won more than 8 first places and about 3
seconcl places in debate. The long-winclecl clis-
cussions have carrieml these clebaters through
Texas, Oklahonia, Kansas, Mississippi, anrl
Louisiana. They have conipetecl with such col-
leges and universities as VVest Point, the Uni-
versity ol' Mississippi, Louisiana State Univer-
sity ancl the University of North Carolina.
Members ol' the Debate Club are apprentices
to Pi Kappa Delta. national forensic society.
Anrl several ol' these artists ol' argument have
won college letters for their participation antl
accoinplishnients. Rex lVier is sponsor anal
coach ol' the Debate Club.
A worthy opponent shakes hands with Dean Davis as Wier smiles proudly.
No doubt about those letters being official, even though non-athletic.
ROW I: Peters, Davis, Sparks, Earney, Veanueva. ROW 2: Wier, Schnorr, Hargrove, Durham, Smith, Phife. ROW 3: Waters, C. Adkins, G. Adkins, Hill.
Della Psi Kappa
Physical Education Honorary
Although they've not been known to vie for
gridiron honor, the Delta Psi Kappas have
added glory to the Green with their recreation-
al programs and intramural sports. A national
honorary fraternity for women majoring or
minoring in physical education, Delta Psi
Kappa has a membership of approximately 20
girls. Their social functions include a fresh-
man introductory tea, a Christmas party, and
a homecoming banquet for exes.
And when they aren't wielding tennis rac-
quets or baseball bats, these coeds work on
their annual publication, K'Rambling Rhosf'
They also found time to sponsor delegates to
the national convention in Los Angeles in April.
ROW I: Colleral, Bell, Angell, Doyle, Lyles, McMillan, W. Johnson. ROW 2: Harriss, Trofler, Knox, E. Johnson, Ashley, Holler, Boifger, Pilkey. ROW 3: Brown,
Gulledqe, O'Brien, Tackifl, Bailey, Murphy, Kubeck, McMurray.
In 'Phe new gym room for worlc, play, sluffing of one's moulh, and day-dreaming
Nalional Presidenl' Harriss chals wilh local officers.
Delta Sigma is a young organization with big
ideas. just two years on the campus, this service
fraternity helped with the homecoming bon-
fire, the USNT election booth, the Denton
"Mile of Dimes," an Easter Egg Hunt at the
Denton Friendship House, and a benevolent
fund for Hoosier Town, Indiana home for
ROW I: Quale, Asfon, Roio, Dill, Bragg, Wilson, Gambel, Rufledqe. ROW 2: Murray, Harris, Br
With so many irons in the fire, this group
still found time for a few social sparks. At the
Halloween Carnival the Delta Sigs posed as the
"Delt Dollies." On April 1 they celebrated
their second anniversary with a banquet and
dance at Hubbard Hall.
Schroeder, Umphries, Blair, Teel, Bishop, Arms, Lemons, Murphy. ROW 4: Nelson, Browning, Godfrey, Roof, Parrish, Borden, Garcia, Roberrs.
Jusl one big happy 'family wifh fhe Della Sigmas, even if pledgship is rugged.
A friendly card game under lhe symbol of frafernalism
own, Parker, Zimmerman, Russell, Love, Kimbro, Lucas. ROW 3
After a short business meeting, on with the initiation ceremony.
Ellen H. Richards
Home Economics Departmental
Spatula wielders-Whether potential ca-
reer Women or homemakers-are members
of the Ellen H. Richards Home Economics
Club. The organization began its fall pro-
gram with an October orientation party for
freshman home economics majors and
minors at the Mary Arden Lodge.
November represented 30 busy days for
these homemakers. The girls had their
formal initiation in the library auditorium
during that month and also gave a home-
coming tea for the exes. Delegates from
Ellen I-I. Richards were sent to a state-
wide workshop at the Texas College of Arts
and Industries in Kingsville.
To help with a national project for for-
eign student scholarships, the club gave its
traditional silver reception. Programs for
regular meetings of the Ellen H. Richards
Club included group discussion and spec-
ial speakers. Subjects ol' the speeches and
discussions centered around home eco-
nomics as a career.
ROW l: Cox, McDonald, Billingsley, Barron, Henderson, Ballweq, Beckworth, Price, Shaokelford. ROW 2: Purcell, McCanne, Williams, Allison, Manire, Richardson,
Watson, Young, Stephenson, Wiisford, ROW 3: Shaver, Flinn, Putman, Reeves, H. Riley, Box, Lenmnqton, Fry, Brooks, Lawson, Galloway, Miller. ROW 4: Hornsby, Morehead,
Shaw, Wright, Graves, Kay, Carter, Mallery, Henderson, A. Riley.
ROW I: Troeger, Denman, Daniel, Milligan, Evans, Badgefl, Heywood, McLaughlin, Reynolds. ROW 2: Salem, E. Hall, Barker, M. Hall, Burnell, Carolhers, Chumney,
Scharf, While. ROW 3: Oehlschlaeger, Callahan, L. Reed, M. Reed, Cammack, Lewler, Hughes, Young.
Ellen H. Richards
The Ellen H. Richards Club for home
economics majors and minors is affiliated
with the American Home Economics As-
sociation. Its purpose in organizing was to
provide fellowship and study programs for
those girls who are interested in home
Approximately 90 home economics stu-
dents are members of Ellen H. Richards.
They meet the second Tuesday of each
month and are sponsored by Mrs. Avis Hall
and Mrs. Norma Parton of the home eco-
Throughout the school year this organi-
zation has discussion programs as a means
of information and entertainment. Discus-
sion topics include Home Economics as a
Career, Cake Decorations, and Child De-
velopment. The members this year helped
to raise money for their treasury by selling
United Nations Cook Books. A portion of
the proceeds from the sales was used for
Mrs. Philip Walker gives lhe group some hinls on happy home building.
Members are forlunale in having Dr. Scoular's home for social use
I . - e- :i'5,gQx-Sauk-zzif:9.15r:2L-all-a -"-'-F-H -'
ROW l: Hulse, Kelldorf, Blansil, Rowe, Currin, Piffman, Maslen, Hansen, Sleakley, Hanby. ROW 2: Wall, Sheppard, Lyle, Robertson, Massey, Dishman, P. Smilh,
Doss, Aishman, Meador, S, Clay, D. Davis, Box. ROW 3: Spaulden, Piner, Reed, Nance, Dullon, Daniels, Harris, Ferguson, Booker, Gilliland, Morris, B. Clay, Apple, M.
Calvert. ROW 4: B. Calvert, Browning, Lehmberq, Hall, Alexander, Sissom, Arnold, Bayless, McConnell, Allison, Harry, Gilslrap, Sanders, Sfeakley, Taylor.
Fulure Teachers of America
lf the membership of this organization is any criterion, there'll be no
shortage of teachers in Texas during the next few years. The North Texas
FTA group has 300 members-the largest in Texas and one of the largest
groups in the nation. And, of course, it's the largest professional organiza-
tion on the campus.
Highlight of the FTA year was the state convention at Alpine in
March. North Texas delegates were l9 students and two faculty sponsors.
NT went all out for honors at the convention. nominating five students for
state Offices. Running for offices were Gene Hutchison, president, Betty Jo
Wall, corresponding secretary,
Delbert Gibbs, parliamentariang
Sally Belt, financial secretary, and
l Jean Couch, sweetheart. At the
convention, the organization
worked on its long-term projects
of establishing new high school
groups and finding ways of at-
tracting niore people to the teach-
FTA moguls lalce lime out for a little laughfer, refreshment, and cheesecake.
Convention-minded this year,
the North Texa FTA group
sponsored the high school FTA
state convention on the NT cam-
pus. Claude Kelley of the edu-
cation faculty is a state sponsor
of high school FTA in Texas.
Regular social meetings and business
meetings gave the future teachers a well-
rounded and full schedule for the year.
The organization celebrated Christmas
with a dance in Mary Arden Lodge. Lake
Dallas was the site of a Wiener roast during
the fall semester.
Programs at regular meetings included
a panel of school superintendents, adminis-
trators, and teachers who discussed the
career of the teacher. Foreign students en-
rolled at North Texas spoke to the group
on education in China, Germany, and
South America. A third panel, including
public school teachers, discussed what is ex-
pected of the teacher as a person. Later in
the year, one program was devoted to the
problems of the student teacher.
ROW I: Cox, Bluhm, M. Davis, Baker, Morgan, Phife, Field, Parks Spangler L Marhn ROW 2 Reed Goan L Smllh Belcher Upshaw Coleman Annla Carroll
Bell., Helm, Bradley, Mahan, Washlngfon, Weisf, Barnes, Folfz, Jean Pool ROW 3 Wesfbrook Burns Lee Hmfon Sager Jane Pool Dalfe Funme Durham Thomas
Chrlsflan, Severeid, Sheets. ROW 4: Killebrew, Maxwell, Howard, Lovelace Muller Maron Hufchlnscn Hildebrand Sampson J Davis Glasscock Rrvelre
Only a few meeling rooms can hold FTA mmbers IF lhey are all presenl,
The North Texas chapter of FTA
was organized in 1945. Since that time
it has consistently been one ol' the
largest groups in the nation. Members
ol the local chapter are affiliated with
members ol' the National Education
Association and the Texas State
Each member of FTA receives sub-
scriptions to the NEA Journal, Tex-
as Outlook, and the FTA yearbook
when he joins the organization.
FTA headquarters are in an olfice
in the new education building. The
office was planned for the use ol' FTA
and other clubs in the education de-
partment. FTA works with the facul-
ty in maintaining an education library
in the building, also.
ROW I: Billie Boyd, McCord, Brent, Payne, Brislow, Couch, Hall, C. Clark, G. A. Clark, Wilburn. ROW 2: Milchell, Slaughter, Druifl, Russell, Sayles, Fifer, A. Davis,
Johnson, Ellis, Dees, Parker, Longmire, Pallillo, Sparks, Bell, Willhile. ROW 3: C. Marlin, Weafherly, Curlis, Ouebe, Wilburn, Spivey, Barkley, Crumplon, Armstrong,
Barr Fmdley, Haynie, Williams, Maiors, Harris. ROW 4: Wells, Maflingly, Murray, Hopson, Hools, Gibbs, McCormick, DeBorde, Drawhorn, Rulledge, Turke'H, Johnsfon,
ROW I: Nevans, Gulledge, Winler, Nicholson, Hulse, Henderson, Norrell, Wiseman, Fenley, Palmer. ROW 2: Sleqall, Crews, Smofhers, Coley, Bradley, Lilfleiohn,
McLauchIin, Ridley, Jenkins, Colburn, Haberger, Poynter, Beesion, Seale, Bailey. ROW 3: Bonifa Boyd, Winnmgham, Fowler, Shaw, Jones, Carson, Ross, Rushing, Teeh,
Mary Carroll, Martha Carroll, Carnahan, Brau, Miller, Robinson. ROW 4: Welch,Caslleberry, Malhis, Turner, Braswell, Weinerf, S. Smilh, Raphelf, Kirkland, Rumbley,
Davidson, Knapp, Busch, Sewell, Anderson.
The group is working toward a closer
association with national and state teachers
organizations. It attempts to attract the best-
qualified persons to the teaching profession,
and to raise the standards of pre-professional
training for educators in both elementary and
Membership includes students who intend
to teach and are interested in participating
in the projects of the club. There are no
scholastic or classification requirements for
membership. Regular meetings are held twice
each month in the Union Building auditor-
Officers ol lhe college's largesl club meel for
an informal session before a regular melting.
'JW " -5Z:" " ' , H? '
I+'s a long road from fhe seriousness of war 'io 'rhe laughler of ihe U. B.
GIX members discuss club business In room D of 'The union building.
ROW I: Sanchez, Hopson, Hoofs, Roe, Salas. ROW 2: Pefers, Lucas,
Ruiledge, Murphy, Murray, Egqlesfon. ROW 3: Martin, Calverf, Greer,
Gamma Iota Chi
Former leathernecks, gobs, flyboys, and
G.I. Joes form the membership of Gamma
Iota Chi. These men, 22 of them, are veter-
ans with honorable discharges. Having
once defended their country, they are now
improving it with college service projects.
GlXys most outstanding work this year
was in connection with the Red Cross blood
drive. They organized and publicized the
drive during the fall semester, and, when
the Red Cross mobile unit arrived in Den-
ton in February, 427 collegians gave blood.
C-IX proudly noted that this was 27 pints
over the colleges quota.
During the spring, the club promoted
collegiate civil defense programs. But the
Gamma lota Chis found time between their
service projects to have several picnics and
ROW l: Mixon, Good, Johnson, Finnie, Darnell, Hopson. ROW 2: Bowman, ri c e
Gamma Thefa Upsilon
National Geography Honorary
Members of Gamma Theta Upsilon
are persons with a flair for the exotic
and an appreciation of the ingredients
which compose the Great American
Melting Pot. To join this national
geography fraternity students are re-
quired to complete nine hours of geo-
graphy and to have a sincere interest
in their studies.
Once a month the Gamma Thetas
congregate for a program and picnic
supper. A 'filobetrotters Supperf
with Italian, French, and American
food highlighted on the menu, carried
through the theme ol' the geography
society. Picnics and outings are in-
cluded on the schedule of activities.
Alpha Alpha. NT chapter ol' Gam-
ma Theta Upsilon, received its charter
Giles Wiiien ROW 3
Geography Who's Who ai NT represenfafive George Paulison displays
a dinosaur frack, ihen chats with a fellow member and Miss Cullin.
ROW l: Roio, Slurman, Wafers, Sewell, Dennis, Glass, Clark, Watson. ROW 2: Powell, Parker, Gofcrlh, Grantham, McClain, Fullon, Schnorr, Youngblood. ROW 3:
Roach, B. Taylor, Brown, Roe, Young, S. Taylor, Loughmiller. ROW 4: Odom, Miller, Thompson, Kamp, Hunl, Salas.
Governmenl ancl Pre-Law Club
Social Science Departmental
Wlietliei' planning to pound a gavel or cru-
sade for a job at the Wlhite House, members of
the Government and Pre-Law Club are inter-
ested in affairs of state. They meet in the gov-
ernment building and are planning to develop
their meeting room into a government depart-
ment library. Their co-sponsors are H. W.
Kamp and Miss Dorothy Fields.
Speakers at the club have been Judge Lew
Sterrett of Dallas and Frank Ikard, former
congressman. The Government and Pre-Law
Club sponsored, with the Fine Arts Committee,
Dr. Nicholas Nyaradi, former minister of fi-
nance ol Hungary. The club also backed a panel
ol' Texas businessmen who discussed the sub-
ject of Socialism vs. Capitalism. Members met
with the government faculty to discuss depart-
ln the line of social events, the organization
had a Christmas party and a picnic at Lake
Dallas during March.
Former Congressman Frank lkard seems lo have slumped Professor Kamp
of lhe governmenl faculfy, buf Gov'l and Pre-Law officers carry on.
YVith a 26-year record of service, the Green
Jackets continue to uphold their tradition ol
doing Uanything the faculty calls upon us to
do." "Anythingi' includes helping at registra- 7
flOll, l1SllCl'lllg Elf tl1C flI1C HITS pfilgfflllls, help' Freshmen orientation gives fish a chance to meet Green Jackets.
ing with the Red Cross blood drive, and polish-
ing the trophies in the union building trophy
rooin. In addition to these Glories to the Green,
the girls help at other campus functions and
have contributed inoney to the McKinney Vel-
erans' Hospital for birthday gifts and bingo
The Green Jackets-all 59 of thein-go in a
body to football and basketball games, lending
their support to the NT athletes. In March
they had a nieinorial service for deceased meni-
bers of Green Jackets.
Members are selected from every major group
on the cainpus. and each outgoing senior Green
Jacket is allowed to pledge one new girl. l
And homecoming provides reunions with an old friend, Miss Harriss.
ROW l: Porter, M, Clay, Edna Hall, Harriss, Roberts, Parks, Stevens, Blackburn, Newby. ROW 2: Jean Couch, Wingfield, Daughety, Cauthen, B. Clay, Elizabeth Hall,
Manire, Kuchenbacker, O'Daniel, McDaniel. ROW 3: Jane Couch, Crawford, Brinkmann, Pankhurst, Kay, McEver, Walker, Hampton, Whitney, Burnett. ROW 4: Mc-
Neely, Compton, June Taylor, Joyce, Downing, English, Kearby, Jerelyn Taylor, Matthews, McGuire.
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House President ' Club
'Wladam Presidents, I make a mo-
tion . . . " yep, thatls right, presidents is
plural, but the motives are non-political.
l The House Presidents' Club is an organiza-
e- tion which acts as a connecting link be-
An annual affair, the House Presidents' tea at Mary Arden lodge. UVCCI1 tl1C YIc11ilOllS1'CSlClCl1CCl121llS, ll1C office
of the dean of women, and the rest of the
college. The members are presidents of
the womenls dormitories and houses.
These officers were introduced at the
beginning of the fall semester at an all-girl
assembly. Their later activities included
a Thanksgiving tea for all North Texas
co-eds, then a Valentine tea.
fkniong the.club's programs was ai play
review of Christopher Fry s comedy, ' l he
Ladys Not lox Burning. Another pio-
y gram featured a florist who taught the
girls a few tricks ol his trade.
With all this on stage. we're tempted to aslt, "ls there a man in the audience?"
ROW l: M. Dunn, Lowrie, Bradley, Croom, Hoffmann, Downing, Riley. ROW 2: Clay, Johnson, Bradburry, O'Daniel, Norrell, Peterson, Barr, Hughes, Carnes. ROW 3:
Wilson, Tipps, Box, Martin, Phife, Jones, Brinkmann, V. Dunn, LaGue. ROW 4: Erdmann, White, Tolbert, Darney, Muecke, Taylor, Bailey, Baker, Houston.
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ROW I: May, Wilson, Fowler, Erwin, Deqer, Flock, Willson. ROW 2: Beavers, Riddle, Eggleslon, Schneider, Bentley, Eller, Stanley, Sfapp. ROW 3: Watkins Gor
don, Denning, Smilh, Davis, Mandeville, Tannahill, Doyle.
Inclusfrial Arls Club
I!Vhat's a Shop-Smith? It's a versatile and com-
plicated shop tool adored by people who know
their shop tools. At one of their meetings IA club-
bers saw the Shop-S1nith demonstrated, and they
came away comparing it with the lathes, band-
saws, and planers which they work with every day.
In addition to their regular meetings at which
they hear speakers and see movies, the Industrial
Arts Club is busy twice a year with pledgeship.
They honored their pledges with semi-formal
dances in Mary Arden Lodge.
The highlight of their social activities was the
traditional Orchid Ball at the club house on May
9. On the informal side were the two picnics at
The club has 35 active members. Sponsors this
year were W. R. Erwin, jerry McCain, Homer
Money, and Fritz Roberson.
ls sliclting your longue ou+ considered 'ro be a good greeling?
Informal dances give lA clubbers a chance al social enioymenl.
Junior Mary Arden Club
'l'he Junior Mary Arclens, sinall-fry sisters oil
the Senior Marys, can boast ol' being 21 part ol'
the olclest organization on the North Texas
cainpus. A social-literary group, the Junior
Marys are ilreslinizm and sophomore coetls who
have nizule at least a B average in their English
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ROW I: Miller,
Davis, Long, Wilder, Jones, Mayes, Huichinson, Ziegler, Sparks.
Bus-boarding preceecled ilie 'Fall +rip across +cwn.
Ainonv' their inan roffranis and social func
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tions have been a clrainatic presentation ol
Shakespezxres "Balcony Scenen and a Junioi
Senior Cliristnizis dinner. In April Mr. Houaicl
Key ol' the English faculty spoke to the girls on
the subject of conteinporziry prose.
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Duke, Breedlove, Sufion, Hansen, LaGue, Lucas. ROW 2: Box, Roberls, McNabb, Smallwood, Schimelpfenig, Paffillo, J. Wilburn, Searcy. ROW 3
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Junior Marys are already making plans for
their Golden Jubilee next fall. October, l952,
will niark their liltieth year at North Texas, and
the celebration is scheduled to be a big event.
One ol' the Junior Marys' chief projects this
school year was the purchasing of 75 collee
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spoons for the tea service bought by the senior
group. During the winter the girls attended
the Federated lfVOI11CI1iS Clubs ol' Texas state
convention at TSCWV. The Junior Marys had
a fornial candlelight initiation in the spring,
and in May they had a banquet honoring their
club officers and nieinbers.
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ROW I: Brent, Belt, Allen, Bennett, Russell, Bigby, Brown. ROW 2: Rugel, B. Wilburn, Daughety, Longmire, Crosby, Power, Robertson, Harris. ROW 3: Parker,
Jalufka, Bolster, Anderson, Price, Mallery, Milner, Dees.
Jr. Mary otticers lett waiting on the Marquis steps.
Wouldn't you be more comfortable it you iust sat around lilre all the other girls?
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Kappa Della Pi members enlerlein Dr. and Mrs. McConnell al a dinner.
Whal a quainl place 'for lhree campus "scholars" lo be congregaling.
ROW I: Robinson, Sayles, Jenkins, Upshaw, Griffin, A. Davis. ROW
2: Milligan, Pinkerlon, Proctor, Baker, Carroll, Fninnie, Daniel. ROW 3:
Oehlschlaeger, Mallhews, Gaston, Galloway, Rice, Hughes. ROW 4:
Price, Miller, W. Davis, Karnes, Anderson.
Kappa Della Pi
National Education Honorary
For 25 years Kappa Delta Pi has been a
leading campus organization, and Decem-
ber, before going home for Christmas, the
club celebrated its silver anniversary with
an initiation dinner in Marquis' Crystal
VVith a high set of standards for belong-
ing to the group, it nevertheless has about
fifty members. To join, a student must
at least be a junior and have a B average.
Kappa Delta had many campus speakers
during the year, including Dr. YV. Mc-
Connell, Dr. L. W. Newton, Dr. Anna
Powell, and Mrs. Phoebe Mizell.
The club sent two delegates to
the national convention in Michi-
gan, thus going farther than mere
But it wasn't all work. In May
the organization closed off the
year's activities with a picnic, a
fitting climax to nine months ol'
And who sponsors this last-
moving group of students? It is
necessarily someone with the
energy and time, and she is Miss
Myrtle Brown. who devotes both
unsellishly to the Kappas.
ROW I: Moreheade, Slavick, Roe, Sewell, Smith,
wright, Lloyd, Maflock.
Firsl' we were downslairs and lhere were only four: lhen we iourneyed
upslairs, and, wilh Rulh Rice presiding, 'lhere were, oh, lofs more.
Miller. ROW 2: Hildbrand, Sanchez, Schulze,
Hamplon, LeBaron, Brown. ROW 3: McConnell, Busch, Drum
ROW I: Robert Barham, Cadenhead, Currin, Pinkerton Hildebrande, Richard Barham. HOW 2: Bilyeu, Bailey. Bradford, Parrish, Cooke, Cox,
Kappa Mu Epsilon
las are old and elementary subjects to the
members of Kappa Mu Epsilon. These bud-
ding Einsteins belong to a national honorary
organization for matheinatic students. Plan-
ning an all-college math contest to increase
interest in X plus Y and 2 times 2 is the main
project undertaken by the group.
The student mathematicians
have had student panels and
speakers throughout the school
year. Topics were Some Cryp-
tic Division Problems, Extrac-
tion of Roots, and A Probabi-
The 20 members of Kappa
Mu Epsilon had one picnic
Above: Fall pledges are ini+ia+ed by Jim Bradford.
Below: Bradford ioins other officers for Yucca pic.
Hcxagons, pentagons, and algebraic formu-
ROW I: Singlelary, Weisl, Bryanf, Wigley, Allen, McLauchlin, Curran ROW 2 Ricks Christian Gaude Gillis Forshee Byrd Young Carringfon ROW 3 Snkes
Perry, Daugherly, Brooks, Queen, Daniel, Rowe.
Kilgore College Club
Junior College Exes
Batting the breeze with the hometown
crowd is the main objective ol' the Kilgore
College Club. The 25 members, all exes ol'
Kilgore Junior College, spend the second
Wednesday ol' each month reminiscing about
Kilgore activities. Some of these ex-students
attended the Kilgore-Tyler football game last
Coke parties, musical programs,
and-most important-bull sessions
were on the social agenda this school
Vear for members of the Kilgore
College Club. The Kilgorians also
had a spring picnic at Lake Dallas.
Mrs. Mary Robertson is sponsor.
Above: Four musl be a convenienl' number around
Below: Currln reminds friends of an Easf Texas iolce.
. M'll , EH' , B , B h, D l . ROW 2: Sparks, Wright, Currens, Price, Jones, Calloway. ROW 3: Hill, Perryman, Yarnell,
Hablieavgr lbrzl-:clk isgglirlll l-llgrllseil Hulclilson, El,fi'le.ralROwn:: Earli1leycTpAdkins, Borden, Huffman, Ruffin, Dees, Broad, Swain.
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Facilities were limifed in Kendall Hall, bul' KOED managed
fo gel off some 'laped programs and 'lwo 30-minufe scripls.
l'Vill Henrietta marry the pudgy
banker's son? Will Marmaduke die
of ptomainc poisoning? Listen to-
morrow when Station KOED pre-
sents "Happy Days with Aunt
At their Monday night work-
shops, the members of the KOED
Club drarnatize and satirize radio
shows. The club,s 'idream is to set
up a real collegiate broadcasting
stationfl and to raise money for this
station, club members bought and
sold KOED ties.
Until the dream becomes an air-
wave reality, the radio club is par-
ticipating in the activities of the
Southwestern Collegiate Broadcast-
ing System, a "network" composed
ol I4 schools. Each school records
a 30-minute program and exchanges
'itakesw with other members. North
Texas' contribution to SCBS was a
Los Caballeros are 20 high ridin' eds and co-
eds who spend their leisure hours amid the
saddle soap and the horse shoes. Los Caballeros
flinglish translation: The Horseinenj are stu-
dents who believe-and prove-that these new-
fangled automobiles will never replace the Old
Gray Mare. YVhen weather permits, the meni-
bers of Los Caballeros leave their posts at Estes
Stables and gallop through a series of parties
and escapades. They meet every Thursday
Their spring' activities included a treasure
hunt, two picnics at Pilot Knob. a Sunday sun-
rise breaklast, and a steak fry. Group projects
featured the building ol a horse show ring at
the stables. Ten ol. the Los Caballeros rode in
the Forrest Park Horse Show in Fort lVorth
Sponsoring the club is Miss Sweet Estes, own-
er of the stables and physical education teacher.
Above: There seems lo be some concern aboul fhis member's dismounling
Below: Here are lhree persons who mighl say a horse is man's besl friend
ROW I: Dabney, lrby, Van Vader, J. Russell, M. Russell, Warren, Granl. ROW 2: Wesf, Morris, Gorden, Johnson, Spangler, Hill, Slanley. ROW 3: McCrea, Wilson,
Willson, Hopper, White, Ballenger.
ROW I: Caldwell, Sharp, Gillis, Rcberfs, Waller, Arnwine, Lynch, Lucas, Lifflefield, Chruden. ROW 2: Reiniger, Moore, Kees, Dibble, Shirley, Ham, Henderson
Honeqger, Lemons, Quale. ROW 3: Dennis, Dorfch, Benneff, Nix, Richards, Runyan, Kirkpafrick, Lindsay, Hardwick, Green. ROW 4: Poer, Hubbard, Glendinning, Bodkin,
Taliaferro, Arbuckle, Theilen, Odom, Pliler, Peffiff, Huffman.
Presidenf Benneff calls for a few quesfions from officers and sponsors.
Once or fwice fhe club wasn'f able fo secure
an off-campus speaker.
A "birthday banquet" was the main
event of the Management Club this year as
they celebrated their first anniversary of
affiliation with the national Society for the
Advancement of Management. Their im-
pressive record shows why they were chosen
The club didn't start rolling at full steam
until October, but once started they stop-
ped for but one thing-spring, and a recess
for a picnic. Every other school month they
had at least one noted authority on man-
agement to speak to the club.
Yet the organization doesn't limit itself
to business entirely. It sponsored a selec-
tion for the Yucca beauty section. She Was
Carol Moore and she was not eliminated
until the semifinals.
Having 79 members, the chapter is the
largest in Texas, and it keeps its sponsors,
Dr. C. L. Littlefield and Dr. Herb Chruden
of the School of Business Administration,
hopping to keep up with the fast pace.
ROW I: Harrison, Martin, Moore, Loften, Threatt, Hesser, Greenwell, Dunn, Roberts. ROW 2: Brooks, Myers, Blakeley, McSpadden, Frey, Dibble, Neely, Poer,
Schroeder. ROW 3: Dortch, Lambert, Dennis, Reiniger, Pritchard, Terry, J. Gantt, Covey, Gross, Stewart. ROW 4: Strader, Greer, Durham, Bennett, Miller, Jordon,
Sherry, Funston, Curry, B. Gantt, Baucum.
To market, to market, not to buy a fat pig, but
to find a career-that's why 42 business students have
formed the Marketing Club. They become acquaint-
ed with all phases of marketing and have opportuni-
ties to get better jobs by affiliation with the Ameri-
can Marketing Association. The group tours Dallas
businesses in the spring, takes surveys on marketing
habits, and imports speakers for their meetings.
Speakers included Miss Jane Trahey. ad-
vertising director of Neiman-Marcusg Duf-
field Smith, president of the Dallas Adver-
tising League, and Ira Corn, assistant pro-
fessor at Southern Methodist University.
The club has three business meetings, a
dinner meeting in the Crystal Room, and
a picnic each semester. Membership in-
cludes business majors who are interested
in the field of marketing.
This bi-monthly meeting must have had a before-dinner speaker.
McCracken Club officers used lheir Yucca picfure as an excuse for one meefing.
Since 'lhe club's inleresfs focus on -lhe library, +l'1a+'s where lhis lea was held.
lVant to read a book for pleasure? For
reference? Chances are that members of
the McCracken Club could suggest and
advise you. These students, majors or
minors in library service, are familiar with
almost every phase of book-wise work.
Among the organizations outstanding
speakers was Dr. Arthur Sampley, poet
laureate of Texas and director of North
Texas libraries. Other staff members also
addressed the club.
McCracken Club sponsored a homecom-
ing float and a coffee for exes. Its seven
social events included a Christmas party
and two picnics.
Mrs. Velma Cathey is sponsor. The Mc-
Cracken Club was named in honor of Mrs.
Pearl C. McCracken, NT's first librarian.
M. .RLDNglhlf,Cafhey, Byrd, Koeninqer, Stanley, Harris, Norrell. ROW 2: Swan, Robertson, Bradburry, Bruce, Booher, Sfoughlon. ROW 3: Taylor, Duncan, Lloyd, Moore,
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ROW l: Robinson, Smifh, Walker, Efler, Bailey. ROW 2: Glaiener,
Hagris, Ramer, Galloway, Hampfon. ROW 3: Downing, Brau, Shackel-
for , Rice.
Senior Women's Honorary
The "cream of the crop" is selected for
membership in Meritum Honor Society.
Approximately twelve girls, active, high-
ranking members of the junior class, are initi-
ated each spring.
Meritum sponsored Intersorority Stunt
night in November and contributed the
l'take" to the college chapel fund. In the
spring, it awarded a plaque to the sorority
having the highest over-all grade average. In
September, the group sponsored the Big
W'heel orientation party for beginning Fresh-
After a Junior Rush tea in March, new
members were announced at a calling out
service on the steps of the library building on
Honors Day, May 6. Meritum is working
toward affiliation with Mortar Board, nation-
al honorary for college women.
Merilumers Smilh, Walker and Ramer awail slarl of homecoming parade.
Four of flue busiesl women on campus pause for flie Yucca pl-iolograplier.
Music Educalors Narional Conference
Teacher - Musicians
Members of rhythm bands and college sym-
phonies may one day learn their music under
the direction of current members of the Music
Educators National Conference. The 93 mem-
bers of the North Texas MENC group are eith-
cr music teachers or future music teachers.
Members ol' MENC attended the national
convention ol the Music Teachers National
Association held in Dallas during February.
MENC's sponsor, Roderick Gordon, and a
member, Miss Maude Garnett, were delegates
to the national convention of MENC at Phila-
delphia in March.
ROW I: Louis, Yarnell, Thompson, Anfhony, Johnson, Slavick, Gordon, Wiseman. ROW 2: Bazar, Boozman, Ogburn, Yosf, Moremen, Fulmer, Clay, Liffleiohn,
ijzarcy KWrighfk ECW 3: Pearson, Garcia, De La Rosa, Porfer, Mandy, Woodard, Goodwin, Daugherfy, Knapp. ROW 4: Benton, Brooks, Rumbley, Davidson, Lasaler,
iron arnes, o erfs.
Officers of MENC galher around l'l'1e keyboard for
Marian Flagg, Dallas music supervisor, gives aspiring feaclwers 'lhe low-down
Music Educaiors Naiional Conference
During the year, MENC members saw movies
of Toscanini and the NBC orchestra, and of a
rehearsal of the Telephone Hour starring Ezio
Pinza. Speakers included Marion Flagg, super-
visor of music in the Dallas Public Schools, and
Gordon, MENC'S sponsor, who talked on
'ibroken-down music" or the physical side of
music. As guests of the Association for Child-
hood Education, MENC members heard Miss
Dorothy Crocker of Dallas discuss music ther-
MENC sponsored a "Kumazur" Qtranslated
come as you arej Christmas party at the club
house for members of the School of Music. The
group had a banquet in May to elect officers for
1952-1953. The North Texas organization is
one of the largest MENC groups in the nation.
ROW I: Morion, Zemanek, Gaston, Simon, McNabb, Belf, lies, Barker. ROW 2: Garnefi, Darney, Sieakley, Currie, Burleson, LaGue, Gegnaud, Brown. ROW 3: Owens
Carson, Ray, Harper, Sheeis, Lasafer. ROW 4: Harrison, Kennedy, Hodgson, Buiiram, Searcy.
MENC sponsors Gordon, Meyer and Rogers guide ihe na+ion's largesf chapier.
Music hall lobby is a focal poini for group ger
Afler lhe pledges are swepl aside. Mu Phi officers can manage a smile.
ROW I: McKenzie, Currie, Maxwell, LaGue, Ray. ROW
Mu Phi Epsilon
National Music Honorary
Rummage sales and scholarships
strike a chord with the Mu Phi Epsi-
lons. They make money from rum-
mage sales to set up scholarships for
outstanding freshman girls in the
School of Music.
A national honorary organization
for women in the field of music, Mu
Phi is composed of advanced students
with a B average and recommenda-
tions from the faculty.
The North Texas chapter has 14
members this year. Mu Phi joined
Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha
this winter for a presentation dance
honoring their pledges. The group
has a traditional formal dinner-dance
They assisted with national projects,
including contributions to a settle-
ment house in Chicago where under-
privileged children receive free music
Pinkerton, Johnston, Sleakley, Whifflesey, Ramsey, Websler. ROW 3: Gaston, Dougheriy, Marshall,
ROW I: Bert, Hunter, O. Garza, Britton, Boiniewicz, Ballweg, De La Rosa, A. L. Gutierrez, Bouliqny, Carr. ROW 2: A. Gutierrez, Maranto, Clay, Dorn, Grabowski,
Begnaud, McMillan, Lancaster, Lipa, Saleh, Villa, McNamara. ROW 3: Y. Gar1a,Lozano, Serafino, Winstead, Erwin, Jalufka, Wheeler, Fitzgerald, Bloomer, Johnston.
ROW 4: Sanchez, Salas, Bodkin, Slavick, Gcllob, Keasler, Reames, Schwartz, Edwards, Orozco.
Boasting of a long-term project, the New-
man Club is applying elbow grease to its five-
year plan to raise funds for a new church. Quite
a job-even for a group of 50-plus enthusiasts!
The organization is composed of Catholic stu-
dents from North Texas State and Texas State
College for VVomen.
Each Tuesday the Newman Club has a busi-
ness and social meeting at the Parish Hall. The
hall is equipped with phonograph, radio, and
The group's outstanding social events were
an autumn picnic at Lake Dallas, a Halloween
party, and a dance on December l honoring
Catholic boys who were stationed at Sheppard
Field. Another twelfth-month celebration was
the Newman Christmas party.
The NTSC-TSCVV organization is affiliated
with the national Newman Clubs.
With 'Four Dr. Peppers showing, this pic was obviously made at IO, 2 or 4.
Three Newman Clubbers use Terrill's Great Hall to entertain servicemen.
ROW l: Gardner, Cooper, Hall, Lanning, Field, Jones, May. ROW 2: Pal Porler, Edwards, Ferguson, B. Lyles, Scolf, Winningham, Tackill. ROW 3: R. Lyles,
Way, McDaniel, Newby, Cox, Seaman, Brown. ROW 4: Meaker, Peggy Porter, Agee, Deger, Hull, Wiseman, Mcreman.
Panhandlers fgeographically speakingj know
how to handle the problem of distance. They
share rides to their homes in the Texas Pan-
handle. Primarily a social club for students
from the same geographical region, the Pan-
handle Club brought the western touch to the
campus this year.
The club sponsored a covered wagon float
in the homecoming parade in November. A
Wiener roast and Western party
at the hoine of the club's presi-
dent, Bill Lanning, highlighted
the social activities of the fall
Members got together for a
Christmas party in Amarillo dur-
ing the holidays, and they plan-
ned a picnic for the spring semes-
lvliembership averages about 20.
Wlilliam Gardner of the music
faculty sponsors the club.
These Panhandiers exhibif lypical dress for "back home."
Phi Alpha Theta
National History Honorary
Studying the past to understand the pres-
ent is the policy of members of Phi Alpha
Theta. A national honorary organization,
the group is composed of history majors
The club sent eight delegates to Phi
Alpha 'I'heta's national convention at the
University of Texas this year.
At their monthly meetings in the history
building, members hear speakers from the
various fields of social science. Dr, F. H.
Gafford, head of the history department.
spoke on the Iranian situation at one ol'
the fall meetings. Other speakers were Dr.
R. B. Melton and T. B. Hyder of the eco-
Delegates who attended the Austin con-
vention were Dr. Jack B. Scroggs. sponsor:
Ed Todd, Paul Maranto, NVendell Knox,
xloe Roe, Jo Ann Hall, Robert Littlefield,
and Dr. Uafford.
Alpha Lambda chapter has an average
membership ol' lil.
ROW I: Roe, Knox, Robinson, Westbrook, Matlock, Scrogqs. ROW 2: Hollings
Marian Robinson and Ed Todd await photog's orders.
Doubtless the topic of conversation is some big historical event.
worth, Trietsch, Todd, Tuttle, Odom, Gafford.
ROW I: Lovelace, Perry, Goodwin, Ramsey, Lee, Woodard, Rumbley Stroop, Anthony. ROW 2: Elliott, Mclllwain, Thomas, Cody Austin Stark Lowrance Buttram
ROW 3: Roberts, Dickey, Guilbeau, Slavick, DeLa Rosa, Peters, Miron, Maxwell. ROW 4: Davidson, Davis, Shipp, McClelland, Broolks, Knapp, White, Lasater. i
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
National Music Honorary
Recitals, concerts, and baby-sitting were on the agenda of
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia this year. Diabelli was replaced by
diapers when Phi Mu sponsored a baby-sitting agency for mem-
bers of the music faculty.
The NT chapter of the national honorary music society
sponsored a recital olf Ernest Bloch music during the spring
semester, and, in conjunction with the Fine Arts Committee,
sponsored a concert by 17 Austrian college students who were
billed as the third Austrian good-
will tour of North America.
Delegates from Phi Mu were
sent to the Dallas MTNA conven-
tion in February, and in May the
society was host to the district
Dr. C. Matthews, president
of the college, became an honor-
ary member of Phi Mu at one of
the two initiation breakfasts.
Membership in the society is ap-
After initiation, the traditional midnight brealrfast.
ROW I: Kay, Lindley, Daniel, Hocker, Wilsford, Milligan, Salem. ROW 2: Euler, Ballweg, Carlson, Reynolds, Burneii, Scharf, Barker, Jones. ROW 3 Box
Jones, Oehlschlaeger, Galloway, Shackelford, Lawson, Hughes, Brooks.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
National Home Economics Honorary
Teas, banquets, and parties give mem-
bers of Phi Upsilon Omicron an opportun-
ity to put into practice the culinary and
social arts they learn in home economics
classes. A career in the home-that's what
members of Phi U are training for in their
college classes. The organization is a nation-
al honorary and professional home eco-
Phi U members raised money from rum-
mage sales this year to contribute to the
national organizations foreign student
Pledges were honored with teas, and after
their initiation, new members were guests
at a traditional dinner. The club gave an
award to the outstanding freshman home
ec major on Honors Day, May 6.
The Phi U president was sent as a dele-
gate to the national Conclave in Cleve-
Membership averages 16 and is based on
scholastic and professional qualifications.
Alpha Iota chapter of Phi U was organized
on the campus in l947.
The Merchandising Ari Chrisimas 'free provided inspiralion for siares.
Phi Uers, good-willers for a nighi, furnished Chrisimas gifls lo orphans.
ROW I Wells Throop McMurray Cabe Jordan D Johnston Maxwell Grogan Smllh Line. ROW 2: Addington, E. Johnson, Lovelace, Harvey, W. Johnson, Knox,
Pllkey Blackburn Brooks Hull Couch ROW 3 Bowen M Davis J Davis B Lyles Angell Russell, Crocker, While, Nlcksick, Bell, Robinson, Salford. ROW 4: Dunn,
Physical Education Professional Club
Departmental for Women
HAH work and no play" makes the coed a
sad lass: so the Physical Educational Profession-
al Club remedies the situation with a variety
olf get-togethers. Early in the fall semester the
members honored freshmen and transfer physi-
cal education majors with a picnic. At another
picnic in May, the girls announced their club
officers lor 1952-1953.
The girls meet in the new women's gym in
a specially decorated club room.
Teas or bull sessions may all be accommodated in +l'1e new gym.
Physical Education Professional Club
The gymnasium was a virtual toyland on
Dec. ll when the physical ed majors had
their Christmas party. The gifts brought
to this Yule gathering were given to under-
At their business meetings, the girls par-
ticipate in panel discussions and programs.
And when they arenlt reminiscing over
their experiences as summer camp direc-
tors, they are studying new trends in physi-
cal education, health, and recreation.
The organization has approximately 90
members-l00 per cent of the womens
physical education department.
The Physical Education Professional
Club is affiliated with the Texas Associa-
tion of Health, Physical Education, and
Recreation and with the American Associ-
ation of Health, Physical Education, and
P. E. Professional Club's big nine gather 'round tor an informal shot.
Membership is so large that a meeting almost fills a large classroom.
ROW I: Brownn, J. Nicholson, Blackmon, McGuire, Colteral, Gulledqe Huber, McMillan, O'Brien, Butler. ROW 2: George, Jessup, Holter, Butler, Horne, Goss
Douglas, McCormick, Ashley, Murphy. ROW 3: Dean, Trotter, Calvert, Bottger, Tackitt, Breeden, Bailey, Britton, Bowles, Edwards. ROW 4: P. Johnston, Tunniclift, Mann
Flynt, Carr, Joyce, Norton, Salas, Curtis, Reaves, Kubeck.
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Pi Omega Pi
Business Education Honorary
Any group wilh all-girl officers is lilrely lo be nol above suspicion
Nol only do women run l'he group, 'they seem lo hold everyone's allenlion.
Business education students of Pi Omega
Pi turned journalistic this year and pub-
lished the School of Business Newsletter.
The 35 local members of this national
business education honorary were active
with banquets, parties, and projects. They
presented an award to a senior with the
highest scholastic average in business edu-
cation at the annual School of Business
banquet May l.
Helping register business students at the
opening of the semester and giving place-
ment tests in shorthand and typing were
among the projects of the club. Pi Omega
Pi imported Dr. Alan C. Lloyd, editor and
publisher of Gregg Magazines, New York
City, to address the club at its initiation
banquet in the Crystal room. Another
speaker was R. L. Lucas, office manager
of Shell Oil Company at Houston.
Socially speaking, the Eta chapter spon-
sored a Christmas party, and a picnic in
ROW l: Purgason, Anderson, Bane, Hearne, Rice, Holland, Boyd, Davis, Hampfcn. ROW 2: Todd, Bradley, Jenkins, Barkley, Crumpfon, Marlha Carroll, Mary
Canroll, Curtis, Dodds. ROW 3: Fenley, Rhodes, Rutledge, A. Carroll, Cowan, Sledman, Rushing, Prachyl, Price. ROW 4: Honea, Bond, Busch, Collins, Pefers, Neeley,
ROW l: Watson, Whiteside, Albrecht, Yeargan, Etter, Lipman, Moore, Seaman. ROW 2: Blakney, Echols, Thompson, Daugherty, Freeman, Janes, Shaw, Jennings.
3: Shuford, Harris, McReary, Wood, Williams, Pritchard, Milner, Fraser, Martin, Pattillo. ROW 4: Faught, McGuire, Cox, Skidmore, Dimock, Henry, Brown, Bridges,
YVhen gentlemen of the press and aspiring Nellie
Blys relax the battle of the by-line, they congregate with
the Press Club, where discussion ranges from parcheesi
to Pulitzer. This group, aside from representing every
publication on the NT campus, sponsors numerous ac-
tivities, including the election of the Halloween king
and queen. "Denton Courthouse, '0l" was the theme of
the Club's homecoming float, i5l. A highlight of the
spring semester was the annual Fourth Estate Banquet.
When students aren't rushing to ineet that eter-
nal deadline, they take part in the Press Clulfs social
events-picnics, parties, dances.
l-SHI MY. they do grow iournalists young lnere. don't they?
me Above: Malcing a good homecoming float was the clul:'s proiect.
ROW I: Sfevens, LeBaron, Jenkins, McLain, Bonney. ROW 2: Reeder, Rosenslein, Reynolds, Wyaff, McDonald, D. Carse. ROW 3: Ramsey, Dreyer, W. Carse, Pevefo,
Amateur dramatics in the form of psycho-
dramas and role-playing is one of the activi-
ties of Psi Chi. But Psi Chi is not an organiza-
tion for actors. lt is a national honorary fra-
ternity for psychology majors and minors.
At some of their regular meetings, Psi Chi
members present psycho-dramas, dramatiza-
tions of psychological case studies, in order to
better understand some of the situations
which will face them in their chosen field.
The Psi Chis had two formal initiation
banquets this year. Social activities included
a Christmas party in Mary Arden Lodge and
a picnic at Lake Dallas.
Along With psychology classes, the group
makes an annual tour of the mental hospital
at VVichita Falls. In addition to their organ-
ized projects, some of the members are study-
ing the various phases of psychology which
they may enter after graduation. The club
has an average membership of 20.
No one is above psychoanalysis when lhe Psychology Club hold one of Hs meelings.
If the coed Hvants to be alone" with a de-
bate problem, if the young man secretly
yearns for a John Barrymore profile-chances
are that they belong to the Quintilian Club.
An organization lor speech majors and speech
minors, this club emphasizes get-acquainted
projects. By mingling and discussing com-
mon problems, the Quintilians learn to ap-
preciate their varied talents and interests.
Potential Thurbers, Hamlets, and Bryans go
down the list: debaters, radio announcers,
Included among the Quintilian Club's
social events is an annual dinner honoring
members oi the Barter Theatre. Composed
of actors and actresses from Virginia, the
Barter Theatre is usually scheduled as one
of the college's fine arts numbers. Through-
out the year the club presents dramatic re-
citals. Most of these recitals are given by sen-
ior speech students. Sponsored by Dr. V.
Holland, the Quintilian Club meets every
second Tuesday ol' the month.
One of 'few clubs which provides ils own enlerfainmenl-Quinlilians.
After l'l1e performance members meer 'lo discuss a coming preseni'a+ion.
ROW l: Benneff, Rutherford, Wilmer, Ronhovde, Carlson, Bunch, Glaxener, Hill. ROW 2: Jones, Hanby, Frensley, Bennett, Pyles, lley, Laminack, Barbour, Duflon
ROW 3: Breedlove, Fallis, Price, Quebe, McNabb, Willis, Calloway, Brau, Ordway. ROW 4: Earney, Huffman, Pelligrew, Swain, Adkins, Dunlop, Holland.
Rio Grande Valley Club
Rio Grande Valleyers make use of rlie Howdy Room 'l'or'll'1eir Yucca pics.
YVeek-end visits home are difficult to
manage for members of the Rio Grande
Valley Club. Denton is as lar as 450 miles
from some ol' their homes. But the NTex-
ans from down South work together-they
sponsored a "share-a-ride" program before
the holidays this year.
Primarily a social club, the group has
a membership of approximately 30 stu-
dents from the Border region. Anyone
from that area who would like to meet fel-
low Valley students in school at North Tex-
as is invited to join in their activities.
The club, organized in the fall of l950,
worked this year with the Texas State
College for VVomen group of students from
the Valley to promote better relations be-
tween the two groups.
ROW l: Sanchez, Smifh, Shaffer, Austin, Y. Garza, Grabowski, Dannelley. ROW 2: Hoff, Dreyer, Shelley, Hanson, McWhorler, Eaves, Lozano, Armour, Henderson.
ROW 3: Orozco, Gulierrez, Kuzell, Garcia, Anderson, O. Garza, Roy, Rutledge.
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ROW I: Reynolds, Simpson, Simon, Shadid, Barker, Ramer, Bazar. ROW 2: Sheels, Armour, Brown, Miles, Sewell, Davis, Maiors, Iles. ROW 3: LaGue, Kuchen-
backer, While, Searcy, Kaps, Wilburn, Officer, Seller, Johnson. ROW 4: Ponder, Wilson, Mandy, Lasaler, Bearden, Porter, Bolsler, Mendenhall, Hutchinson.
Sigma Alpha lola
National Music Honorary
No sour notes, maestro: these gals are sweet
on music. Iota Theta, NT chapter of Sigma
Alpha Iota, national music fraternity for
women, is composed of the cream of the
Rush functions, frosh welcoming parties,
recitals, a May dinner dance, and a senior
breakfast were on the social agenda for these
music-minded misses. At the Music Teach-
ers' National Convention in Dallas in Febru-
ary, the Iota Thetas gave the premier per-
formance of some works of Walter Hendl,
conductor of the Dallas Symphony.
SAI co-operated with Mu Phi Epsilon and
Phi Mu Alpha in December for a joint
pledge presentation dance at the club house.
The NT chapter of SAI was organized in
I9-ll. Membership is limited to forty music
majors or minors who have a B average in
music courses, and a recommendation from
a member of the School of Music faculty.
Sigma Alpha Iota is the only honorary or-
ganization on the campus that resides in
SAI joined Mu Phi and Phi Mu in sponsoring a lhree-way winler formal.
Much work wenl info making +he SAI winler rush lea a huge success.
Senior Mary Arden Club
Social - Literary
For fifty years the Senior Mary Arden Club,
titled after the name of lVill Shakespeare's
mother, has been carrying out a social-literary
program for junior and senior women students.
The Senior Marys belong to the oldest literary
organization on the North Texas campus.
Busy in college activities, members of the
Mary Arden Club find time for annual pledge
teas, receptions for ex-Marys, and informal
parties. The organization was well-represented
in the Homecoming parade. Book and play
reviews, dramatic readings, travelogues, and
guest speakers were scheduled for regular meet-
ROW l: Burnelf, Hansen, Spellman, Baker, Craig, Plner, Slraughan. ROW 2: Caulhen, Auslln, Cook, Noland, Clark, Whlllock, Davis, McCord. ROW 3: Pool, Hey-
wood, Shaw, Reiniger, Spangler, Reed, Oblander, Rice, Higdon, Harris, Myers.
Senior Marys wail palienlly for lhe ride 'lo TSCW.
Senior Marys cha? al 'lheir monlhly lea in 'lhe club-owned lodge.
Senior Mary Arden Club
In Deceniber the Marys had their annual
Chrisnias banquet in the Crystal Room of Mar-
Scholastic qualifications are considered in
selecting club nienibers. Upon acceptance into
the club, girls automatically beconie owners
of Mary Arden Lodge. Mary Arden Club is
the only junior society in Texas that owns a
clubhouse. ln l9l5 this group became affiliated
with the State Federation ol' WOIllCll,S Clubs.
Next October the Marys will celebrate their
Golden Anniversary jubilee. Miss Edith Lanier
Clark, who founded the club in l9ll3, will be
present for the anniversary activities. Miss Clark
is now honorary sponsor, and Dr. Virginia Haile
is faculty sponsor.
ROW I: Riley, Elizabeth Hall, Kelley, Parks, J. Hall, Foltz, Whitney, Buck, ROW 2: Shackleford, Schulze, Mf:Neely, Hamplon, Clay, Edna Hall, Manlre, Finnie,
Oehlschlaeger, Barker. ROW 3: Wallers, Belcher, Galipp, Batchelor, Noah, DeBord, Morgan, Ouebe, Hofmann, Braswell, Barr, Willen.
These four led a well-respecled group ln l95l-52.
Bus service is no'l always excellenl, as lhese Mary Ardens found our.
ROW I: McGuire, Lovelace, Yeargan, Dimock, Dyson, Moseley. ROW 2: Bauman, Johns, Smart, Skidmore, Wafers, Milsap.
Sigma Delia joins wi+l1 Theia Sigma Alpha for a win+er dance and pariy.
Fourilw Eslaie "wheels" map oui llie "sira+egy" 'For Sigma Della.
Deadlines, printers' ink, and copy paper
play an important role in the lives of the
Sigma Deltas. As members of an honorary
journalism society, these Fourth Estaters
are working toward membership in Sigma
Delta Chi, national journalism fraternity.
Sigma Deltas cut their capers in October
when they co-sponsored the i'Leg-a-Loop"
booth at the Halloween carnival. The Yule
season found them hanging mistletoe for
the journalism departments Christmas
party and dance.
Appreciative judges of feminine charms,
they sponsored Anita Warcl in the Yucca
Other activities include co-operative ef-
forts with Theta Sigma Alpha and the Press
Club in bringing outstanding professional
speakers to the campus.
The Sigma Deltas will celebrate their
third birthday on june 21.
Sigma Della Pi
National Spanish Honorary
VVhen a student favors the flavor of tacos,
tamales, and tostados, he possesses natural
attributes for membership in Sigma Delta
Pi. A average in Spanish is an even
more important factor. And Sigma Delta
Pi requests a high average in other courses,
Nlelllbefs Qf this nafignal h01101' fra- Firsl lliere were 'rhree from Sigma Della Pi, and flwey were all smiles.
ternity are students who show an interest
in Spanish, language and Spanish culture.
Study, Latin games, and occasional movies
broaden their knowledge of the Hispanic
contributions to modern culture. The
games vary from Christmas "pinatas" to
ring-around-the-rosas. In October and
February these senors and senoritas have
their initiation banquets.
Then -lhere were five, and lhey were all smiles excepl for one sneer
Dr. Henry Dannelley sponsors the group.
Alpha Pi, the North Texas chapter of Sig-
ma Delta Pi, was founded in 1938. The
sombrero-land fans meet twice a month.
ROW I: Roy, Brown, Proctor, Cook, Ueckerf. ROW 2: Oyuela, Lozano, Coleman, Pinkerfon, Crain, Garza. ROW 3: Sewell, Mason, Sanchez, Longmire, Howell,
a-MM, ew-e1 f .- .
ROWI Cliffon Cramer Haberger Duke Cam Sayles ROW2 French Echols Pullman Walker, Peierson, LaGue, Jones. ROW 3: Guinn, Waddinglon, Lloyd
Sigma Tau Delta
National English Honorary
Poetry Day, October l5, highlighted the
fall semester projects of Sigma Tau Delta,
national professional English fraternity. Col-
lege professors, including Dr. Arthur M.
Sampley, poet laureate of Texas, read their
original poetry on a program which the club
hopes to sponsor as an annual event.
Tau Delta Chapter was organized in l940
to promote the mastery of Written expression
and to encourage Worthwhile reading. The
Rectangle, publication of the national organi-
zation, accepted poems and short stories writ-
ten by several members this year.
Programs of the regular senii-monthly
meetings include lectures, literary discus-
sions, and criticisms of Hpledge papersf' ar-
ticles written during pledgeship by new mem-
bers. The group has its annual banquet in
May. Members, numbering 25 this year, must
be ol' junior standing with at least a B aver-
These English malors follow fhe Epicureans in drinking and being merry.
Sfudenl Religious Council
A clothing lor Korea drive was among
the Worthy projects undertaken by the Stu-
dent Religious Council this year. The
Council, composed of representatives of
church groups, religious organizations, and l
other college organizations, has the job of l
coordinating religious activity on the cam-
SMU's Dr. Tale speaks lo all-college assembly.
In co-operation with the Fine Arts Com-
mittee this year, it sponsored lectures by
Dr. Robert A. Millikan, Nobel prize-win-
ning physicist and religious leader. 'l'he
Council sponsored an all-college religious
assembly in September at which the speak-
er was lVillis M. Tate, vice-president of
Southern Methodist University.
His 80-years dicln'l' slop Dr. Roberl Millilcan from giving l'l'xree lallcs on campus.
Among its other activities were a uni-
versal student day ol prayer in February,
and raising contributions to the XVorld Stu-
dent Service Fund for needy students
throughout the world.
The organization is sponsored by the
lziculty committee on student religious life.
ROW l: Curry, Scholl, Clendinning, Turkell, Morgan, Cammaek, Brashears. ROW 2: Johnson, Ralcliff, While, Huse, Webb, Porler, Oehlschlaeger, Finnie. ROW 3
Daugherty, Smilh, Noland, Ballweg, Marshall, Roio, Sewell, Weeks, Cooper.
Off fhe pracfice field, "T" Club men have a chance fo make a few plans.
Sfrange ground, fhis Yucca office, buf "T" men inspecf sports shofs.
' ' Club
All-American athletes and national
champions form the nucleus of the letter-
1nen's club. The National Collegiate Ath-
letics Association's championship golf team
this year includes NT's Billy Maxwell, Joe
Conrad, Don January, and Buster Reed.
In addition to the national honors, one
ineniber of the team, Maxwell, Was chosen
Texas Athlete of the Year.
Gridinen in the club came in for their
share of the honors when Ray Renfro was
selected as a Little All-American by the
Associated Press. Runner-up honors went
to Kenneth Bahnsen and Quincy Arm-
Boxingys prize package of the year was
Johnny O'Glee who fought his way to the
state Welterweight title in Golden Gloves.
The Club also counts among its
members several former national and state
champions. The club is composed of ath-
letes who have earned letters in football,
track, basketball, golf, and boxing.
ROW I: R. Smith, Conrad, Bahnsen, Hardy, Woodruff, Harvey, Gray, Hickman, G-andy, Brashier. ROW 2: Womble, Gilsfrap, Cain, Pogue, Clofiaux, Drew, Renfro,
Lufrick, Lammes. ROW 3: Benz, Henson, Woodward, Swann, Johnson, Armstrong, Vander Zee, Lucas, Qualls. ROW 4: T. Smith, Axfell, Barse, Roberson, Conces, Bishop,
Kelley, Lindsey, Teague.
. ROW I: May, Phillips, Nance, Goodson, Sprafl, McNabb, Bonds, Jimmy Leelh. ROW 2: Henderson, McDonald, Helm, Burleson, Bradley, James Leelh, Slephens
Bishop. ROW 3: P. Odom, Chumney, Carolhers, Burk, Pool, Lambert, Helm, Barrett, G. Hoiiridge. ROW 4: Denman, Davis, Nicklass, W. Odom, Ryan, J. Holdridge
Junior College Alumni
Homecomings are popular with the 35 members of the Tarleton Club.
In North Texas' homecoming parade they sponsored a float which carried a
gypsy who gazed into a crystal ball and predicted the North Texas victory over
Midwestern that Saturday afternoon.
Also during the fall semester, Tarleton exes returned to their junior college
alma mater carrying a banner that wished good luck from the North Texans.
In addition to their double homecoming activities, members had a picnic
and hayride at Lake Dallas in December, and a dance in April. The club
meets twice a month to plan socials and discuss their mutual interest in 'l'arle-
ton State Junior College.
Surely lhe fellow could al leasl' be in the middle. Nolhing lilre a ge? logelher wilh fhal old iunior college gang of mine.
ROW I: Thompson, Daugherty, Harris, Shaw. ROW 2: Wafson, Pritchard, Jennings, McReary, Marlin, EHer.
Thera Sigma Alpha
A'F+er a good laugh al an old iolce, the women prinlers begin worlring.
Feminine "small-talk" mingles with
linotype chatter when Theta Sigma Al-
pha meets each Thursday afternoon. Be-
tween Cokes and copyreading, these
women of the Fourth Estate plan social
functions and sponsor numerous campus
At apple-bobbing time the Theta Sigs
helped with the "Leg-a-Loop" booth. In
November they assumed an intellectual
air, donned ink-besprinkled bibs, and
entertained inspectors from Theta Sigma
Phi. The girls have pledged member-
ship in the national sorority.
Christmas activities included a dance
and party for members of the journalism
department. Then, April showers
brought the annual Matrix dinner where
Theta Sigs announced NT's outstanding
girl journalist. Guest speaker at the ban-
quet was a professional newspaperwo-
Members ol' Theta Sigma Alpha have
completed with a B average at least nine
hours ol journalism.
. N. Masters
Analytical oscillators, infra-red photo
spectrometors, fractionating columns,
and molecular stills are familiar terms to
members of the W. N. Masters Chemical
Occasionally, the chemists leave their
labs long enough to hear speakers, take
field trips, or analyze sand-infiltrated
food at a Lake Dallas picnic.
Among their social activities this year
was a Sadie Hawkins day party at the
home of the club's sponsor, Dr. T. S.
Burkhalter. Dr. Price Truitt is the
club's other sponsor.
Speakers this year included Fred
Dumolin of the Dallas Magnolia Refin-
ing Company who discussed chemical
patent laws, and Patil Horton ol the
national testing laboratories who talked
on the role of the consultant chemist.
The club has an average membership
Qualitative analysis would find 'future research chemists, technicians, and teachers.
ln addition to lab work they have time for picnics, parties, and laughs like this one.
ROW I: Bacon, Crews, Holst, Peterson, Jones, Dick, E. Hall, Wood, Pollard. ROW 2: Sikes, Lucas, Chalmers, Benham, Griffin, Haynes, Wells, Galipp, Callahan
Wood. ROW 3: Myres, Shoulders, Peacock, Johnson, Whitaker, Kearby, Jeanes, Batchelor, Lovelace, Truitt. ROW 4: Taylor, Burkhalter, Younger, Padgett, Messick, Buttram
Hilz, B. Hall, West, Clendinning.
New Glenn Flinn Memorial Hall provides ample room tor play, work and worship.
Four or five Foundationers take charge of the regular Sunday evening snaclc.
An abundance of howdys, hi's, hellos, and
similar salutations circulated 'round the NT
campus when the Vfesley Foundation philoso-
phized that 'LW'orld Friendshipu begins at
Combining worship with work, and prayer
with play, this group of Methodist students
participates in a multitude of activities.
With an eye to self-improvement, it has
traveled to other communities to study musi-
cal programs, dramatic presentations, and
youth fellowship work among Methodist
ln September the VVesleyans treated their
green-cap set to a carnival party. ln Novem-
ber they had a 'llhanksgiving dinner. Stress-
ing the theme of friendship, December was
celebrated with a "Big Friend" Christmas
dinner. A Valentine party and a March hay-
ride were the Foundations antidotes for
Spring Fever. Graduating VVesleyans were
honored with a May dinner.
More serious activities included panel dis-
cussions and religious programs.
ROW I: J. Lovelace, Milner, Currie, Box, Rice. ROW 2: Price, A. Lasafer, Webb, Finnie, Schulze, Caufhen. ROW 3: G. Lasafer, Wilson, Lynch, A. Lovelace, Peters,
ROW I: Denman, Love, P. Price, Liflleiohn, Bennefl, Sparks, Harris. ROW 2: Mitchell, Anderson, Caufhen, Young, Schulze, Daugherfy, Riveire, Gresham ROW 3
Powell, Brooks, Jones, Busch, Huffman, Ruffin, B. Price, Troeger, Calloway.
When VVesley Players display their dra-
matic skills, they combine religious sincerity
with footlight artistry. A feather in the cap
of this Methodist group is the fact that lN'es-
ley Players is the only national religious
drama organization in existence.
Their Christmas production was Stephen
Vincent Benet's "A Child Is Born." 'iThis
Night Shall Pass" and an Easter play, "Light
in the VVindowl' were other major produc-
Something new was added this year in the
way of dramatic equipment. The Thespians
received a new stage, new curtains, and two
Members meet twice a month to give read-
ings and discuss dramatic techniques. Their
presentations are given Sundays at the YVes-
ley Foundation. Directing is done by the
The Alpha Alpha chapter of VVesley Play-
ers received its charter in 1939. Mrs. Phoebe
Mizell is the Wesley Players' sponsor.
"Noel, Noel" as fhe Players malre fheir annual caroling rounds. Denfon's only religious drama group gives Hs fall proclucfion.
Faces reglsler anllclpallon al +l1e Forum's Big-Lillle Sisler acloplion.
Left 'lo rlghf: Sealed: Smilh, Sikora, Copeland, Ellzabefh Hall, Moore, Glazener, Salem
All College Organization
North Texas Coeds-whether garbed i11 lresh-
man Pill-ll6E1lllCl'S or senior plumes-are 1116111-
bers of the Wo1nen's Foruin. Early in the fall
semester the girls flapped their collegiate wings
with Pl Big-Little Sister adoption and an All-
Cirl Meeting, then powdered their beaks for the
Aiming it Eagle-eye at fashion and fun, the
Forum eo-sponsored a Valentine Tea and pre-
sented a March style show. Dames United to
Catch Husbands lVeek, an annual event, was
the Coeds' way of celebrating Leap Year.
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Caplain Hansel and Cade! Rafliff work ou+ defails of spring milifary ball.
Since the organization of the North
'l'eXas AFROTC unit in July, 1951,
the administrative and instructive
staffs have launched a program which
will supply reserve second lieutenants
to the Air Force at the rate of several
hundred per year.
The administrative staff handles all
records, uniform issue, promotions,
draft defernients, and other details
necessary to keep the department
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Capf. Kisfler disperses Air Science and Taciics inio fhe classroom.
World political geography, air base administra-
tion, navigation, weather, aircraft engines, fuel
and electrical systems, and other subjects are cov-
ered in the air science courses.
The instructive staff has the responsibility of
preparing the cadets to be Air Force officers upon
Advanced air science students enter one of two
specialized courses. One, administration and log-
istics, prepares them to handle work in that field
on an air base. The other, flight operations, is
preparatory to actual flight training.
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Maps and 'rypewrifers compose flue
scenery as Lf. Col. Eades and s+af'F plan 'For a Friday drill.
The cadet wing staff, under the direct eoinniand of the cadet wing
commander, consists of supply, training, athletic, and public informa-
tion officers and their assistants. The assistants, who are cadet non-
cominissioned officers, also form the wing color guard for corps parades
and special occasions.
The staff officers perform approximately the same duties that they
would in a regular Air Force organization.
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The wing staff is shown here reviewing the
corps at a parade.
Staff officers also serve as tactical officers for
the five squadrons and the band, relaying orders
to the unit commanders from the wing connnand-
er, Cadet Lt. Col. Waylie E. Qliddyj Eades, shown
at lower right.
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ROW I: Beckler, Bayless, Arbuckle, Hollingsworfh, Daniel. ROW 2: Brisendine, Fain, Hailey, Cannon, Bowlin, Duncan, Harris, Harold, Haralson, Allison, Cox, Rob
inson. ROW 3: Schadeo, Bobbill, Hill, Hufsfeller, Damon, Aslon, Armstrong, Baker, Hall, Hill, Thompson. ROW 4: Boalner, Brewlon, Hilliard, Caslloo, Hopkins, Hayes
Chrislian, Hensley, Biggs, Addinglon, Winder, Troy. ROW 5: Weiss, Porch, Zollie, Geller, Creel, Hall, Cooper, lmel, Goodman, Cone, Ellison, Granl, Pool. ROW 6
Berry, Shipley, Varner, Smilh, Wallis, Sandell, Leiler, Keiffer, Parker, Taylor, Oswall, Luna. ROW 7: Mole, McKelvey, McCrady, Reeves, Todd, Pierce, Whilmore, Kyle
Milholland, Price, Richmond. ROW 8: Ragsdale, Smifh, Purgason, Franklin, Wylhe, Maughan, Means, Pfolenhauer, Kirkland, Slanley. ROW 9: Berry, Franks, Addison
Williams, Schafer, Bell, Johnson, Tabor, Tullle, Wingfield, Monlgomery, Weeks, Kee
Czttlct Capt. Ucuc rkrbttcklc, lclt, COlI1lH2ll1ClCl'
ol' A squadron, COIll'C1'S with, lclt to right, Czulct
'lcclmical Sgt. James Bayless, sqttzttlron first scr-
gczmtg Cadet Stall Sgt. E. Pool, lirst llight scr-
gczmt: Cadet Scccmcl Lt. C. E. Eckert. second flight
lcaclcrg and Cadet Sccoucl Lt. Hamltl Holliugswortlm.
assistant wing trztinittg ollicer.
Officers of Squadron A
"Eyes righl, and dress up lhose lines," as anolher drill begins.
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ROW l: Calloway, Tabor, Rosson, McClendon. ROW 2: Warren, Baker, Hays, Christie, House, Reeves, Hutchins, Bush, lngram, Harris, Clement, Ouale. ROW 3.
Conrad, Curtis, Conway, Atwood, Akers, Arnold, Hanby, Elliot, DeLong, Corbett, Bridges. ROW 4: Ryan, Hale, Dunklin, Bell, Gray, Caver, Brown, Herring, Cate,
Capps, Crowe, Fulton, Anderson. ROW 5: Foster, Birdwell, Cook, Hill, Davis, Fielding, Harrell, Hodges, Holley, Boykin, Evans, Huffman, Hawkins. ROW 6: Casaday,
McCrary, Price, Neel, Williams, Stewart, Queen, Worthington, McKenzie, Lester, Chilton, Robertson. ROW 7: Allison, Simmonds, Warschun, Waedkin, Williamson,
Perry, Kelley, Smith, Jones, Soliz, Hiskey, Blankenship. ROW 8: Kropp, Wheeler, Parrish, Nobles, Gilchrist, Lybrand, Pilley, Minton, Moss, Grant, Wilheit. ROW 9.
Ferguson, Richards, Lanktord, Kitchens, Rogers, Wiftenburg, Mayberry, Thornton, Trammel, Tanner, Shirley.
Cadet Capt. John Tabor. B squadron command-
der, is shown at right with, left to right, Cadet First
Lt. B. L. Rosson, executive ollicer: Cadet Second
Lt. ll. E. Calloway, flight leader: Cadet Second Lt.
,lim Lewis. flight leader: and Cadet Technical Sgt.
Bill McClendon, squadron lirst sergeant.
Officers of Squadron B
"Column left, march," is the cry from the Sergeant in Squadron B
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lliglu leader: Cadel First I.l. johnny fi2ll'l'ily. execu-
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Officers of Squadron C
ROW l: Mclvlahan, Garrily, Wrighl, Yales, Duke. ROW 2: Geislweidf, Cook, Harris, Bahnsen, Allan, Blackman, Brenneke, Fullon, Davis, Nicklas, Gibson, Buford, Ellis
ROW 3: Herring, Anderson, Hufchinson, Clark, Gwallney, Howelh, Slurman, Borden, Hanson, Ausfin, Arnold, Belcher. ROW 4: Brown, Cummings, Hughes, Bancook
Franklin, Kerr, Besf, Ferrell, Caughey, Borden, Carnes, Head. ROW 5: Hannah, Dorfch, Johnson, Eden, Hodgson, Gill, Leefh, Sparkman, Jusfice, Odom, Klapp, Smifh
ROW 6: Milchell, Savage, Bass, Zamora, Shepard, Lucas, Kelly, Threalf, La'flimer,Mayo, Smifh, Perfeei. ROW 7: Shanafell, Johnson, Anderson, Roy, Van Hoy, Pinson
McKinnon, Walker, Rodgers, Moore, Muckleroy, Wilson, Willis. ROW 8: Cavender, Rainboll, Newman, Whileside, Lindsey, Renfro, Tesferman, Walers, Prideaux, Tabor
Ellis, Lowe. ROW 9: Tarver, Wrighl Maeroney, Pafrick, Marshall, Engelberl.
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ROW I: Holdridge, Wilson, Brooks, Johnson, Barrett. ROW 2: Henslee, Bankston, Spencer, Blondell, Baker, Harris, Cook, Hickerson, McKinney, Green, Burkett,
Quinn, Anderson. ROW 3: Ratclitt, Brown, Haynes, Curtis, Carter, Huddleston, Edwards, Johnson, Arnold, Bowers, Campbell, Smith. ROW 4: Perry, Hall, Hohertz,
Arms, Allgood, Cox, Henderson, Douglass, Hyde, Christesson, Walker, Fulcher. ROW 5: Donohue, Collins, Caskey, Davis, Humphreys, Crawford, Avery, Bevers, Chester
Ellison, Henson, Whitlock. ROW 6: Thaxton, Park, Nicholas, Staggs, Williams, Samples, Morris, Van Waggoner, Pryor, Kanakis, Tate, Stout, Dickman. ROW 7: Mathis
Smith, Watkins, Martin, Roberson, Moore, Shearer, Wilson, Oliver, Pearce, McReynolds, Wynn, Nash. ROW B: Robertson, McClendon, Reynolds, Tuthill, Smallwood
gAidd1leton,kThompson, Peterson, Sawyers, Lovelace, McGee. ROW '?: Oldham, Kinkade, Kregel, Lee, Tilley, Honeycutt, Mogonye, Walker, Wood, Powell, Murphy
tep ens, E holm.
Cadet Capt. Johnny NVi1sou, D sqtiadrou com-
mzmder, is shown at right with Cadet Second Lt. K.
NV. llolmson, lliglit leader: Cadet First Lt. Mike
Brooks, executive officer: :md Cadet Second Lt. Ger-
ald I-loldridge, flight leader.
Officers of Squadron D
"Anderson . . . Here, sir." Roll call is a necessary evil before drill
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ROW I: Berry, Bishop, Wilson. ROW 2: Buford, Winder, Ragsdale, Hufsleller, Huddlesfon, Winqsfield, Kyle, Luna, Roberlson. ROW 3: Nicklas, Perry, Moore
Holdridge, Taylor, Stephen, Hodges, Barrell, Pool. ROW 4: Duncan, Pinson, Tulhill, Cummings, Blackman, Howelh, Rosson, Leelh, Ingram. ROW 5: Hollingsworth
Wallace, Kropp, Price, Tabor, Schaded, Johnson, Brooks, Yates.
Crack Drill Team - Sabres
The Sabres, crack drill team ol' the North
Texas AFROTC wing, represent the corps at
special functions, give drill exhibitions, and
serve as an honor guard for special events. The
unit is connnancled by Cadet Maj. Dan Bishop,
executive officer is Cadet Capt. Johnny Wilsrmii,
and the first sergeant is Cadet Master Sgt. Bob-
The Sabres niarched April 26 in the Battle
ol' Flowers in San Antonio, and appeared pub-
licly in several other events during the year.
A green and white shoulder cord on the uni-
lorni is worn by Sabre menibers, and during
their exhibitions they wear white scarves and
Maier Bishop. Capl. Wilson and Sabres snap lo eyes right Nolice posilions of 'lhe lefl feel.
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Choraliers give fheir firsl public concerf in lhe union building.
Chora I :ers
The Clioraliers were organized by cadets interested in sing-
ing, during the fall semester. The groups president is Cadet
Sgt. Norman Ellis, and the cadet director is Cadet Gordon Rich-
mond. '1'he Clioraliers perlfornied at AFROTC night at a spring
basketball game. and gave concerts at two Dallas high schools.
ROW I: Lf. Catferson, Worlhinqlon, Cone, Sparkman, Richmond, Ellis, McGee, Cox, Soliz. ROW 2: Sfouf Duchamp Marlin Harrell Whitmore Mafihaei Lesler
Addington, Cavazos. ROW 3: Baker, Johnson, Hursi, Simmons, Murphy, Cook, Perry, Strange, Anderson, Siewarf Tabor
Accompanisi: Nan Waxman.
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ROW l' Holdridge Johnson, Burl, Powell, Honea, Greer, Cavazos, Milner, Leelh. ROW 2: Roddie, Walsh, Ferguson, Kennesan, Bloom. ROW 3: Fleming
Hall, Anderson, Bulfranl, Alford. ROW 4: Hargus, Holland, Williams. ROW 5: Anderson, Benton, Freeman, Gilmore.
The AFROTC band, eonnnanded by Cadet Capt.
Joe Holdridge, plays lor all corps reviews and also at
special functions. The unit's druni major is Cadet Stall'
Sgt. Arthur Honea.
Drum Maior Slaff Sf. Arlhur Honea
The band played at the AFROTC night during the
basketball season, and supplied inartial inusie for Corps
drill throughout the year.
Air Force Master Sgt. D. O. Robinson worked with
the unit during the year.
Playing and marching al 'llne same lime is a neal lriclr 'for any band.
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From the grind of daily classes to the grandeur
of graduation is a long row to hoe, but that's
why students go to college in the first place.
This year at North Texas State College many
classes were started in one building, only to be
moved to another room or another building be-
fore the end of the semester. Almost every move
was to the good, however, as North Texas began
easing some of its "growing pains" by expanding
into new and improved classroom facilities.
Classes are wonderful things when you look at
all the benefits to be derived from attending them.
First, you just might meet some one who could
turn out to be a future life mate. That's an old
story to college campuses. Second, you might ac-
cidentally hear a funny joke, even one which your
parents heard when they went to school. Or, third-
ly, you might even learn something. Thatls a risk
you have to take, but risks like that are what keep
colleges in business.
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A'Regular and punctual class attendance is ex-
pected of all students." With that brief statement
the official college bulletin about describes what
is the attitude at North Texas State College to-
ward class attendance.
North Texas is serious about its scholastic
endeavors, and is fast to realize and point out that
the best way for students to improve their store
of knowledge is to go to their assigned classes.
And North Texas students are placed pretty
much on their honor in this respect. Several
years ago the Student Senate, working with the
administration, passed a law which leaves class at-
tendance almost entirely up to the student. The
only time a professor may step actively into the
class attendance picture is when the student is not
doing passing work.
Work on several levels is offered by the various
schools and colleges of North Texas. One may
come here fresh out of high school, stay continu-
ously for four years, and leave With a bachelor's
degree. Another two years' work fapproximatelyj
and a master's degree will be his. An added three
flI1lHl!'l'lUII1b and he may leave North Texas State
College with a doctorate.
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AUSTIN, LARRY Vernon
Band, Orchestra, Aces, Phi MII Alpha, Sec., Pres.
ISIITTRAM, JACK RHEA DeKalb
XV. N. Masters Chemical Soc., Beta Beta Beta, Falcons, Pledge
CAIJENHEAIJ, CLARENCE TANDY, JR. Dallas
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Conv, ROBERT O. Houston
Phi Mu Alpha, Treas.
COMPTON, HENRY ALLAN, JR. Shernmn
llAMON, JAMES Crawford
Alpha Phi Omega
Dl'1l.'l'REl41, ANNIE JO Georgetown
Delta Psi Kappa
DOX'l,1C, LOUISE XVOMACR Fort Worth
Delta Psi Kappa, P. E. Prolessional Cluh, XYRA
l"lll.l.liR, GKJLIDA FAYI1 Edgewood
l'lllNS'l'0N, G. DEAN l'Viehz'ta Falls
Sigma Phi Nu, Vice Pres., Interfraternity Council, Pres.:
Marketing Club, Vice Pres.
HALL, ROBERT L. Burkburnell
W. N. Masters Chemical Society '
HARRIS, IDICK Ezlsllnnrl
IYSNT, Vice Pres., Senate, Blue Key, Phi Delta Kappa, XYes-
ley Foundation, Pres., Phi Alpha 'I'au, Historian, XVho's XYIIO
in American Colleges and Universities, ACE, FIA
HART, 'Oli lMCKl71lll?j'
HAYNES, JOE PRESTON Tyler
Tyler Club, BSU, A Cappella Choir
HONEA, ARTHUR A. Longview
Pi Omega Pi Vice Pres., Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Chi, Kappa
Delta Pi, Blue Key, Kilgore College Club
HIKIJDLESTON, ARTHUR JOSEPH Colorado Springs, Colo.
FTA, KOED, Psi Chi
JOHNS, ALICE M. Uniontown, Penn.
JUSTICE, H. Corsicana
KENDRICR, LILBREN ASTON, JR. Mount Pleasant
College Players, Phi Delta Kappa, Quintilian, Vice Pres.
Graduate Class, Senate
KIEL, GERALD Noconn
Gammadions, WV. N. Masters Chemical Society, Math Cluh,
Pres., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pres., Alpha Chi, SigmaTau, Pi
KNAPP, DON Beaumont
Phi MII Alpha, Jefferson County Club, MENC, FTA, Aces,
Concert Band,Brass Ensemble
Pi Phi Pi
AIARTIN, CURRY XV.
Concert Band, Al
lXIA'l'HlS, JAMES O.
Phi D-el ta Kappa
Phi Delta Kappa, Quintilian, Radio Club
Bald Knob, Ark.
pha CIIi, PlIi Alpha Theta, Aces
, Blue Key, FTA, Kilgore Jr. College Club,
AIORRIS, FRICD llenfrm
hIURRAY, RODGER Gairzesifflle
MURPHY, SHIRLIE lXiCCLliLLAN Groves
Delta Psi Kappa, Modern Dance Club, P. li. Professional
Club, Varsity Club, Fine Arts Committee: Cratluate Class Sec.,
MUSSER, SRYLES C. Ilnllns
NELSON, LESLIE R. Harliligerz
PADGETT, WILLIAM A. Raleigh, N. C.
PETERSON, PAUL IJHIITSOII
Sigma PlIi Nu, Treas., XV. N. Masters Chemical Society,
Treas., Pres., Delta Sigma Delta, Pres., Kappa Delta Pi, Treas.,
Alpha Chi, Math Club
PRICE, JOE NVAYNP1
Debate ClIIb, F'
RAY, AIARY SUE
FA, Art Club, Senate, Ra
Mu Phi lipsilon, Alpha Chi
REY'NOLDS, B. LEO
ROE, JOE D. Longzfiezv
Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, CIX, Government and Pre-Law
Club, Vice Pres, Phi Alpha Theta
RURIBLEY, JACK EDWARD Cleburne
Blue Key, Phi Alpha Tau, FTA, PlIi Mu Alpha, Concert
Band, Aces, Symphony Orchestra
SALA, DOTT New London
Gainmadions, Vice Pres., Jr. Mary Artlen, Sr. Mary Arden,
Debate Club, Quintilian, Sigma Tau Delta, Sec.-Treas., Pi
Kappa Delta, Alpha Chi, WVhO's X'Vho in American Universities
and Colleges, Meritum, Reporter, PlIi Gamma Kappa, Green
SEARCY, BILL G. Bandem
Aces, Sigma Phi Nu
SEYVELL, PAT I own Park
Alpha Chi, Phi Delta Kappa, FTA, Alpha
Delta Pi, XVesley Foundation, Vice Pres A
Senior Class Pres., Interfratetrnity Council, Pres., XVho's YVho
in American Universities and Colleges,
Tau, Vice Pres.,
Phi Omega, Kappa
., Blue Kev, Pres.,
Senate, Phi Alpha
Aus - Sew
SICXVIZLI., THORI A9
A Cappella Choir
SHIPP, fil.lFFORD M.
Ora II ge
PlIi Mu Alpha. Sec., l'I'es.g Pi Kappa Lamhdag Concert Bantlg
NCWK'l1lZlIl Cluhg Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pig Phi Mu Alphag
Pi Kappa I,aIIIhdag Blue Keyg MENC. Pres.
S'I'IiAKI.EI', BIARVIORIE lLI.IZAIsIiTH HAESLY Dallas
Grand Chorusg Nlatlrigal Singersg Mu Phi lipsilong F'l'.X
S'I'IiAKLEY, BIARVIN C. Dallas
Granrl Chorusg F'l 'A
'IQAYLOI-l, CQLEN L.
Phi Delta Kappag Blue Keyg Alpha Lilllllldil Pig Pi Omega Pi
rllllONl.-XS, LARRY H.
Phi Delta Kappag FIXXQ ACICQ Blue Key: PlIi Alpha Taug
Student Religious Council. Pres.. Sec.-'lreas.g XYho's Who iII
and Universitiesg lN'ho's Who at North
Texasg Senaleg Ganuua Theta llI7Sll0Il
Kappa Kappa Kappa
VVATKINS, BILL L.
Sigma Phi Nu, Sec.
UNOER, CHRISTINE B. Athens
Rio Grande City
YVho's XVho iII American Universities Zllld Collegesg Falcons.
Treas., Vice P res.,
Pres.g YV. N. Masters Chemical Society,
Vice Pres., Pres.g Alpha Chig Blue Key
XVII-QHE, DOUGLAS D.
M CK inney
Alt. Vernon, Ill.
Concert Banclg Orchestrag Aces
T i' w w if
Colle e of Ar'rs and Sciences
College of Arls ancl Sciences
I ADKINS, lNlARsrIA Llil-1
AUs'I'IN, CIIARI,Es XIV.
Phi Alpha Tau: A Cappella Choir
BAILEY, EVERl'l'l'T E.
BAKER, HELPIN IRENI-1
Jack County Club: Sociology Club: Canimadions
KOED: Varsity Club
BAUMAN, FRI-1D A.
Sigma Della: Press Club
BELL, BARBARA L0UIsI-1
Alpha Rho 'l'au
Trojans: Inter-Fraternity Council: Press Club
BRASXVICLL, AIARY ELIZABETH
Sr. Mary Arden: FIA
BRAU, Rosie lXlARY
Phi Delta Beta: Alpha Rho Tau: Sigma Phi Delta: Religious Council:
BIINCII, PATTI .IOHN
McCracken Club: Kilgore Club: FTA
Quintilian: Radio Club
Green Jackets: Gannnadions: Alpha Rho Tau
Sigma Delta Pi, Vice Pres.: Sr. Mary Arden
Alpha Lambda Sigma
Cox, BEN BIARSHALL
Alpha Rho Tau: Kappa Pi: Phi Alpha Tau
Green Jackets: Phi Sigma Alpha
A Cappella Choir: Phi Alpha Tau: Alpha Rho Tau
Kilgore Jr. College Club: Senate: Phi Delta Beta: Rally Club
Meritum: Delta Chi Delta: Quintilian, Sec.: Club Varsity: College Players:
Supper Theatre: Radio Club, Sec.: jr. Mary Arden: FTA: Gammadions:
Senate: lVho's XN'ho iII American Colleges and Universities
Jr. Mary Arden: Quintilian: College Players: Supper Theatre
Math Club: Kappa Mu Epsilon, Treas.: Insurance Club: Alpha Chi
Cainmadions: Jr. Mary Arden, Sec.: Sr, Mary Arden: Alpha Rho Tau:
DODGEN, DURWARD F., JR.
Gatnrnadionsg W. N. Masters Chemical Societyg Delta Sigma
Doss, C. B.
Kappa Pi Omegag Gamma Theta Upsilon
Alpha Rho Tau, Sigma Tau Delta
W. N. Masters Chemical Society
Debate Club, Pres., Vice Pres.g Blue Key, Sec.-Treas., Pres.g Quintilian,
Pres., Radio Club, Pres.g Varsity Club, Sec.g Sigma Phi Nug Pi Kappa
Delta: Who's lVho in American Colleges and Universities
Press Clubg Theta Sigma Alphag Meritumg Boots and Saddle Clubg jr.
Mary Ardeng Sr. Mary Ardeng Radio Clubg Asst. E
FITZGERALD, MARY GWYN
Newman Clubg Sociology Clubg WRA, Vice Pres.
Sr. Mary Ardeng Phi Gamma Kappag FTA
FRAZIER, FRANKIE BIAURICE
Sigma Tau Delta, FTA
Sigma Tau Deltag Green jacketsg Gammadions
Sr. Mary Arden
GLAZENER, UNA GRACE
d., Assoc. Editor of
College Players, Sec., Pres. of Women's Forumg Meritumg Kappa Theta Pig
Quintilliang Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chig Jr. Mary Arden, Sr. Mary Ardeng
GOODMAN, JOHN W.
Alpha Mu Alphag Alpha Phi Omegag Beta Beta Betag A Cappella Choirg
HAYNES, BILLY DWAYNE
HAY'NES, FAY CAROL
HERBERT, ALLEN T., JR.
HENDERSON, SID N.
Gammadionsg Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pig Math Clubg
A rdmore, Okla.
Kappa Mu Epsilon:
HOFMANN, CAROLYN La Grange
Alpha Rho Tau, Sec.g Kappa Pig Zeta Pi Gamma: House President'S Club,
Sec.-Treas.g Pres. of C and D wings of Bruce Hall
HOLCOMB, BIARCIA Denton
College of Arts and Sciences
ITOLLOWVAY, BILL New London
Opera YVOrk Shop, AMA
HOWELL, VVAYNE Corsicana
JAY, BRUCE Dallas
JOHNS, JAMEs THOMAS Tyler
Circulation Mgr. Campus Chat, Opera WVOrk Shop, Sigma Delta, Modern
W'riters Club, Tyler Club
JON1-is, BEVERLY JANIS Fort Worth
Quintilian, See.'Treas.g Alpha Chi, KOED, Sigma Tau Delta, Gammadions
JONES, DALE lRwiN lflfeinert
FTA, Math Club, Wlesley Foundation
JONES, NANCY JEAN Dallas
Press Club, FTA
1K1-1LLIiY, JOAN Breckenridge
Sr. Mary Arden, FTA, ACE, Varsity Club
KOLIBABA, PETICR FRANK Insinger, Canada
LA CLUB, BEVERLY JEANNE San Antonio
Mu Phi Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Delta, Concert
Band, Gammadions, Orchestra
LLOYD, KFTNNl'Z1'Ii Henderson
Kilgore College Club, Sigma Tau Delta, Pres., Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi
LOvE1.Ac:E, JOHN A. Fort Worth
Editor, 1952 YUCCA, Asst. Sports Editor, Campus Chat, Blue Key, Phi
Alpha Tau, Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Delta, Wesley Foundation, A Cappella
Choir, Who's W'hO in American Colleges and Universities
BTCCULLOCH, SHIRLEY Dallas
Gammadions, Jr. Mary Arden, Delta Chi Delta, VVUDICDS Forum
BIARTIN, ELIZABIQTH Wichita Falls
lXlASON, HARRELL Dallas
Gammadions, Student Religious Council, Pi Delta Phi
BIATLOCK, ELWVANDA ,Iaeksboro
Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Criddle Historical Society, Jack County Club
BIINICK, GLORIA Burkburnetl
FTA, McCracken Club, Alpha Lambda Sigma
MIXON, XVILLIAM A. Denton
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Pres.
lXlOORE, CAROL Arlington
NIOORE, ROBERT E. Arlington
Phi Apha Tau, Alpha Mu Alpha, Alpha Chi, Beta Beta Beta, Chemistry
BIOORE, RUTH ALEEN Clifton
Zeta Pi Gamma, McCracken Club, Alpha Lambda Sigma
BIOYERS, JIIVHNIIE Ferris
lX'lUECKE, NORMAN Galveston
Beta Alpha Rho Beta, Sec.
ORJUELA, HECTOR Bogota, Colombia, South America
Sigma Delta Pi, Pi Delta Phi, Vice Pres., Philosophy Club
PAULISSEN, GEORGE T. Port Arthur
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Jefferson County Club, Math Club
PETERSON, MARGARET LYNNE Mission
Gammadions, Rio Grande Valley Club, Pi Delta Phi, Pres., Sigma Tau
Delta, FTA, Chapel Choir
PINKERTON, JANE Fort Worth l
Gammadions, Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Mu Phi Epsilon, 1
Treas., Symphony Orchestra A
PITTMAN, DIARY CATHERINE Dallas
Sigma Tau Delta, Vice Pres.
PORTERFIELD, JOVAN Waxahachie
W. N. Masters Chemical Society, Beta Alpha Rho Beta
POYNTER, PATRICIA Port Arthur
FTA, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Chi
PROCTOR, FLOYCE JEAN Dallas
Gammadions, Sigma Delta Pi, Pres., Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, BSU, FTA
PYLES, JOYCE Eden
QUEBE, GENEVA McGregor
Quintilian, Vice Pres., Sr. Mary Arden, Zeta Pi Gamma, Sec.
RAPHELT, WILLIE C. Stamford
REEH, THOMAS F. Longview
Talons, Kilgore College Club, Quintillian, Varsity Club, Radio Club
RESSLING, RICHARD CHARLES Port Arthur
Beta Beta Beta, Pres., Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Chi
ROJO, CARLOS Port Arthur
Jefferson County Club, Pres., Newman Club, Vice Pres., Delta Sigma,
Blue Key, Student Court, Gov't and Pre-Law Club
RUMPH, BARBARA Dallas
RUSSELL, JAMES F. james
Delta Sigma, Vice Pres.
SANCHEZ, ANDRES G. Corpus Christi
GIX, Sigma Delta Phi, Rio Grande Valley Club, Gov't and Pre-Law Club
SAYLES, ELIZABETH Meridian
Jr. Mary Arden, Gammadions, Los Caballeros, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha
Chi, FTA, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Gamma Kappa
SHEFFIELD, CLYDE jasper
GIX, Alpha Rho Tau
SKIDMORE, GERALD Denton
Campus Chat, Editor, Assoc. Editor, Press Club, Pres., Reporter, Blue Key,
Sec., Sigma Delta, Pres., Who's Who in American Colleges and Univehsities
SMITH, BEN Vernon
SMITH, BETTY LEE Mission
Sociology Club, Rio Grande Valley Club
SMITH, DAN M. Gainesville
STANDIFER YVONNE Dallas
Phi Gainma Kappa, Alpha Rho Tau
Hol - Sta
College of Arfs and Sciences
PVALL, DAN E.
WHITE, CARL W.
Alpha Rho Tau
Alpha Mu Alpha
Alpha Phi Omeg
Alpha Rho 'l'aug
YARBROUGH, S. M.
Sigma Delta Pig P
WATSON, DON EDXVIN
Gov't and Pre-Law Clubg Press Clubg 'I licla Sigma Alph
Alpha Mu Alpha
Alpha Phi Omega
Sigma Phi Nu, Pres.g College Players, Pres.g Blue Keyg Quintiliang KOED
TAYLOR, JERELYN Athens
Jr. Mary Arcleng Green Jackets
TAYLOR, JOHN C. Temple
Alpha Rho Tau
rI1AYLOR,, JUNE Athens
Alpha Rho Tau, Sec.-Treas.g Jr. Mary Arden, Sr. Mary Ardeng Green
Jacketsg House Presidents Club
TAYLOR, ROBERT DEAN Lewisville
TEAGUE, CHARLES Bonham
T-Club, Pres.g Blue Key, Vice Pres.g 'lalonsg Track Captain
THORPE, BARBARA Fort Worth
Delta Chi Delta, TreaS.g Press Club
TRIETSCH, JIIWINIII-1 H. Denton
Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pig Phi Alpha Theta
TURNER, BETSY CAROLYN Plano
UECKERT, Bon Cleburne
'Q YVho'S YVh0 in
Phi Alpha Tau: Alpha Rho Tau, Pres.: NVl1o's NVho at N'l
American Colleges and Universities
ag Square Dance
WRIST, ANNE CATHERINE
FTAg ACEQ Kilgore College Club
ag Supper Theatreg Sigma Deltag Press Clubg Creative
Proloplasm, ecloplasm, or dirt on ll1e lens-il helps lo lcnow which!
Atll1IllS, Hollis D.
Adkins, Leslie Gene
Bailey, Lila jean
Bzxllenger, Bob I,.
Belt, C. Richard
Blukney, Paul S.
Cll2lll1lJCl'S, Janis Athens
Clark, Dorothy June Laredo
Clement, jack Dallas
Cilendinning. Bill Dallas
Coger, Henry E. lllrlzila Falls
Cook, James Tlloinns Tyler
Cook. julia Ann Tyler
Cook. VlillUlll2lS Carlson Dallas
Cirznner. George 'I'.
Dill, Russell Eugene
F11 rl ll'0rtl1
College of Ar'rs and Sciences
f '. ,. pw 4.
Gibbs. Dcllmcrl M.
Knox, Fl-ll0lll2lS Mark
Someday, perhaps one of ihem will find a cure for lhe comm
131-1-cksllagc, Dorotlly Faye
l'1ila1111l. Jllllll l7'7llHg
lixcrs. 8111111111 Jean .Y1'z1' 1.1111111111
l'i1lllllillCI'. Mildred Tflllfllli
l'illll0Il, li. M., Jr. D11ll11.v
Ciznllowzxy. jzuncs li. Dallas
Kilmer, Nllllil Clean P1111' li111ff,A1'k.
U111m1ls1m11, RUSCIll21I'y 5111111111
U1'il'l'i11. JUIIIUS H. Cl111111ll1'1'
filllllll. JZIIIICS NI. I,1lll1l5
fillllfy, John S. Kilgnn'
ll:1I1c1'gC1', Nlllff Bc1l1 111111.11011
llz11'1'is, flllllllll I,illSllIlI'g
lizlrris. Xlifgllllll 1,IlllIlX
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llCI'l',, P111 .X'1'z1' 1fl'llllIIfl'lS
l'llllSllIl, june 1J1lllflS
Il11l1l1'i1lgc, GCl'2llLl De 111111
Hollcy. xllllf' Nell lffllllllllilll
llolli11gsw1w1'll1, Ilarolrl Nl. 111111115
H111'1'y, 11111111 Klllllfyll D11ll11.s'
llusc. Peggy Dallas
Hyde, XV11y111r McAllen
KILIIIICS, M111'll111 Allll D1'11!1111
,I11l111s1w11. 11111111111 fi11i111'x11ill1'
ll11l111s11111, lltllllllil Big Spring
KC1lI'lJf. Cfllllllil D1f1'11l111'
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kL'1!l!Cf', 101111 H11111li11
lic1'cs1i11e, Nancy De11t1111
King, A1111 Gray T6lllllll?
Kirkpatrick, XVz11're11 lV6'!1lll6l'fUl'Il
LlSlll1ll'l, Unis Ennis
l.i1tle, Enid Mizllanrl
Lloyd, Ruth fll'fII'g6'lUIl'll
Locke, Donald Edwin De Leon
Lotqn, Lynn I.. Svzyrlwr
Nllifllllill, Frzink YV.
NlC'CI'21t'lilIl, ,X1ll'0ll Leonidus, Jr.
Prince, Velma Claire
Mc'Kl1'z1cly, Ricliurd Iieaumont
MrCI11llocl1, George Dallas
lXlclJz111iel, I.11tl1cr Big Spring
Nlflflllll, Homer Sid Gairzeszfille
Nll'RC2lff', Rl2ll'g2ll'Cl Fort lI'or!h
Marley, Lzirne Mart
Nlzirtin, Ernie lfurt Worth
NICIISIIIIIII. Don Clalzfcslrm
Meyer. Nlilff' 1,011 lfl Campo
Nlitrhcll, joe Gzzizzesville
INln01'e. Billie Beth Fort I'Vorih
Moore. Billy 'lllllll Garland
Nlote. Rolu-rt Pmenton Dallas
Myres. Katye Sue Graham
Noah. Pat Dwzlon
Noland. lfllllllll jo Baylozvn
O'Dell, Stewart liffaunmrzl
fltltllll. XYZIYIIC I.i11glr:'illf'
Ugletree. Bill Slzernian
PilllllCl', Billy .luck Iimzham
Parl' of a 'frog skin? Heck, I lhouglwl' il was a roadmap of Panmunion.
Dre - Ram
College of Arfs ancl Sciences
Rhodes, Bill Dallas
Ricke, Charles II. - Galzmston
Riveire, john Paul Fort Worth
Rosson, Barry Flovvrlarla
Rowe, Jiuuny Lyclell Henrlzfrson
Roy, Carl Alia'
Sanchez, Almelino B. San Diego
Sznlls, Sam Denton
Schulze, Doris Mission
Shannon, Clmrles La Feria
Shaw. Mary Margaret liralzam
Sikes. Don 1,0IIg'Ilil'TU
Snmrl, Kenneth Dallas
Sonntag. Roy Cleburrze
Stevens, Slmroxn Lufkin
Slipe, Delmin' Cleburne
Slougllton, Kaye For! Worth
Slrznuglmall, Nlartlm McKinney
Tzlylor. Ben NY. Allzens
lziylor, Olyve Nell Carrolllmz
'l'l1on1us, Glenna 121711011
lllmnpson, Nora -lean Dallas
Townes. Bettie For! Wnrllz
Van YVagoner, -lurk Dallas
xvllillllllglflll, Jack lfllllgfl'
XV:1le1's, james l.. Dallas
XVCIQI1, Patsy Hl'lll'll'lf!l
Weeks, Leonard Dallas
XVells. .Io Anne Mz'ria'iau
XVhile, Robert Terry Dallas
Whitney, Nancy Big Spring
lVilson ,Mary Lou lirmis
XVoods, Robert Il.
Young, Tom Drxlw. Xml' Mffxifo
l lhinlc 'rhal l shall never see .... A Chrislmas lree? Well loolr again!
. Y '37
School of Business
Gammadionsg FTA, Pi Omega Pig Alpha Chip Kappa Delta Pi
Beta Alpha Rho Betag Marketing Club
Beta Alpha Rho Beta, Pres.
Falcons, Treas., Vife Pres.g Management Club
Gammadionsg lr. Ma ry
Kappa, Sec.: FTA
BENTON, R. M.
Alpha Lambda Pi
Trojans. Vice Pres.: Marketing Club
Arden: Sr. Mary Arden, Phi Gamma
Fort Wort ll
Alpha lhi Omega, Management Club, Marketing Club, New-
Arlington State Club, BSITQ FTA
Phi Alpha Tau, Pres., Blue Key, Pres., Club Varsity, Gam'
madionsg Alpha Chip Radio Club, Inter-Frat. Council, Chapel
Choir, Marketing Club: Grand Chorus, Aces: Senate
BROCK, LUTHER A., -IR.
Alpha Chig Marketing Club
Alpha Lambda Pi
BRYANT, CLAUDE A., JR
Kilgore College Club, Vice Pres., Alpha Laml
Chi Sigma Phi, Tarleton Club
Beta Alpha Rho Beta
Zeta Pi Gamma, jr. Mary Arden
CALDWELL, WARREN F.
CALLAWAY, V. J.
Marketing Clubg Kilgore Club
Gammadions, FTA, Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta
Pi Omega Pi, Treas.
Kilgore jr. College Club
CHRISTIAN, lNlARY ANNA
Garla ll d
Pi, Vice Pres.,
CLAY, ,ALBERT A IVSTIN
Insurance Club, Arlington State Clllll
COLEY, VERNA B1yso11
FTA: House Pres. Cl11b: Jack County Club: cillllllllll 'l'l1et:1
COVEY, NINA S11er1111111
Jr. Mary Arcleng Sr. Mary Arden
COXVAN, BIARJORIE 17111111111
G2lITllllZldiOllSQ Pi Omega Pi
CRIYSF, LA DONNA li1a11z11111n1Z
Jefferson County Cllll?
CURRY, E11 Ill Irving
Beta Alpha Rho Beta. Vice Pres.: IllSlll'1lllC6 filllli. Seng Mar-
keting Club: Inter-Frat. Council, Vice 111-S.: Senior Class l 1-es.
CURTIS, PATSY RUTH Grand P1'1111'11:
G2lIllll12lCliflIlSQ Jr. Mary Arcleng Sr. Mary Ardeng Pi Omega Pi
DAVIDSON, BIARTHA .ANN GIlf6.iTl111I?
Alpha Rho 'l'aug Jr. Marv
Arcleng Sr. Marv
Asst. and Assoc. Editor Yucca, Publications Council
DAVIS, SAAIMIIAQ Jo
Phi Gamma Ka nag Sr. Marv Arden. Rc morterg Pi Onieva Pig
H ' v v 1 ' n
Can1n1ad1o11s3 XX omcn S Poruni
DIBBL12, PARR1-is C.
Alpha Phi Omega: Senateg
DILL, GRAN BIIFORD
Delta Sigma. Pres.
Domus, BIQTTYIQ JAN11
Pi Omega Pi
IJRLYKF, XVAI. B.
IDRYDICN, Rib!!!-.R'l' L.
DVRIIANI, JANIIQS AV.
EDYVARDS, Qllli D1'AN1':, JR.
Rodeo Club. Vice Ives.
Pl1i Alpha 'l'aug
Club. Vice Pres.,
IZZELL, Jos 171111115
Chi Sigma Phig NIIlll2lgCl1lClll Clubg Marketing Club: I11s111'a11I'e
FENILY, KATIIRYN Cisco
Pi Omega Pi. Seeg BSP: FTA
FREENTAN, ORR11: I,07lg7'Ii6ZU
Talonsg InS111'ance fllllll
FREY, JoE JAYNICS lIf'111-0
Falcons, Sccxg Marketing Cilllb 'l'1'eaS.
CQARZA, OsBAI,no AIIi.S'.S1UII
NCYN'l1l3Il filllil. Pres.3 Rio Crancle Valley Clllll
f1liISTYVlCIlJT, DAN AIKISOII
GILLIS, AIATTIIC Lois Kilgore
Kilgore College Club: N12ll12lgClIlClll Club. Seeg NI1ll'liCliIlg Clllll
GLENIJINNINLQ, JOHN M., JR. 111111115
CQRABOWVSKI, HLLIZN 4Il'N1-1
Rio Grande Valley Club, 'I 1'eas.g NCXVINZIII Clubg Phi 'l'l11'ta
fiREFN, R. C., JR.
GREER, JACK L.
Marketing Clubg fi1lllllll2lt'll0llSI CIK
And - Gre
School of Business
GROSS, LINDA LOU
lillen H. Richards, Jr. Mary Arden: Marketing Club
GliN'l'l'IR, O. L., JR.
Gamniadionsg Green Jafketsg Meritumg Pi Omega Pig FTA,
Sr. Mary Arden
I-IARDWVICK, OI.IN A., JR. llleridian
HAN'Nlli, HARVEY Cisco
Hl'fARNl?, BILLYI-1 JEAN Bryan
Delta Chi Delta, Pres., FIA, Pi Omega Pig Sr. Mary Arden
HENDERSON, Bois Grand Prairie
HFNIDIERSON, CHARLES XVAYNE jaclfsboro
Chi Sigma Phi, 'I'reas,g Jafk County Club
HI41NIll'1RSON, IYONALD XV.-XYNIC Alvin
ltisurarice Club, Phi .Xlpha Tau
HILIIIIRN, JACK Gainesville
Hll.I.4, ,ALLAN Dallas
HOIJIQI41, 1XRTHlfR llfaxallaclzie
lfalctonsg Marketing Club
HOLLAND, PIARY JAN1iI.I.IC ffIII.776SZ'll.llC'
fi2lllllll2NllOllSQ Pi Omega Pi
HOWARD, JESSE, JR. Fort lfV0rll1
HUEFMAN, GLENN XVALTICR CQIYIPKIIIDIIE
Hl,lN'l'l'1R, PAT Galveston
INsALI,, 'THOMAS JESS Dallas
Phi Alpha laul, Treas.g Marketing Clubg Senateg Alpha Rho
JANUARY, DON Dallas
T-Club, 'l'alons, Pres., Blue Key
JENKINS, JO NELI, O'B1'ien
F'l'Ag Pi Omega Pi
JONES, XV. A. Q-JACKJ Crosbylon
KEAS, BUFORD, JR. Grand Prairie
Management Clubg Gamma Theta Upsilon
KIRBY', RICHARD Dallas
Student Religious Council, M'estminster Foundation
KIRRPATRICR, JA Anas Illgatlzerford
KNIGHT, ANDREW G. Dallas
LANIER, ROBERT A. Arp
LANNING, BILL Pfmhgmdlg
Sigma Phi Nu, Pres., Treasg Senate, Marketing Club, Pan-
handle Club, Pres.
LARMOUR, JIMMY W.
LEDRETTER, SANFORD TRIYETT
LEHRMANN, NORMA JEAN
Pi Omega Pig FTA
Gammadionsg Trojansg Senate
LINDSAY, DAVID, JR.
LONG, GEORGE ROBERT
LYNCH, C. JR.
GIXQ Falcons, Pres.
DICKINNEY, BILLY BURT
Insurance Clubg Marketing Club
Green Jackets: Phi Gzunma Gappag Mary Arden Club
DIANIRE, JOHN R.
DIANN, ROBERT C.
Tyler Club, Management Club
Alpha Lambda Pi
Phi Sigma Alpha: Gzunmadions
DIAYES, NANCY JEAN
Trojans: Management Clubg Insurance Club
MILLER, O. L.
Alpha Lambda Pi
M INCE, ALOREN
Delta Chi Delta
AIURPHY, HAL GENE
Kappa Pi Omega, Treas.
Phi Gamma Kappa, Reporter, Vice-Pres.:
Mary Arden, Sr. Mary Arden
ODLANDER, LILA JEAN
Sr. Mary Arden
C o rsica n a
School of Business
Falcons, Sec., Marketing Club
Alpha Lambda Pi
PAUL, EMILIO S.
Sigma Delta Pi, Newman Club
PINER, EDITH LOU
Nu Phi MII, Sec., FTA, Sec.
Zeta Pi Gamma
PLILER, RANDALL ZACK
Management Club, Marketing Club
Talons, See., Alpha Lambda Pi
PURGASON, BETTYE JOAN
Pi Omega Pi, Pres., Jr. Mary Arden, FTA
REDMAN, BILLIE LAVERNE
Sr. Mary Arden
REYNOI.llS, HARRY lXlAR'l'IN
Gammadions, Insurance Club
RICE, RUTH CAROLYN Sulphur Springs
Gammadions, Jr. Mary Arden, Sr. Mary Arden, Kappa Delta
Pi, Pres., FTA, Pi Omega Pi, Vice Pres., Meritum, Treas.,
lVesley Foundation, Pres.
ROBER1'S, JAZNIES R.
BSU, Alpha Lambda Pi
ROYALL, ROBERT L.
RUNYAN, BILLY H.
Management Club, Marketing Club, Insurance Club
Gammadions, Pi Omega Pi, FTA
Delta Chi Delta
SCARBOROUGH, BILL J.
SCHROEDER, EDDIE ROY
Zeta Pi Gamma
SHARPE, STANLEY DALE
SHERER, BIARGIE LEA
Kappa Kappa Kappa, Sec.
Pi Omega Pig Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chi
Kappa Pi Omega, Management Clubg Insurance Clubg Senate
Chi Sigma Phi, Sec.: Management Club
STANLEY, BOBBIE JEAN
Chi Sigma Phi
TAYLOR, JAMES A.
Arlington State Club, Sec.g Grand Chorus: Marketing Club
Kappa Pi Omega, Pres., Inter-Frat. Council, Ma
TlLI.kIRY,, AIARY HELEN
Marketing Club, McCracken Club
TURNER, GEORGE CJRREN, JR.
Gammadionsg Alpha Lambda Pi, Pres.
TURNER, TOBIb'IlE Ross
Kappa Kappa Kappa
Falcons, Sec., Inter-Frat. Council
Kappa Kappa Kappa, Sec.g Jr. Mary Ardeng Sr.
WINDER, WILLIAM ALFRED
WORKMAN, WALTER OLIVER, JR.
YVREN, GERRY Fort Worth
Alpha Lambda Pi
YOUNG, BOBBY GENE
Oclo - You
School of Business
Bailey, Dudley Velan
Baldwin, Guy, Jr.
Bane, Mary Lois
Blzlkeley, Clarence James
Brukebill, Bill Temple
Brzikebill, John Templr
Brantley, Helen Patty Meridiar
Brazil, Billy Fort Wort!
Brooks, Mike Borgel
Burton, Gene D. A
Chlllllllilll, Judy Ann
Davis, Donald G.
Denton, Arnie Ray
kt N1 W 1
Above: Le+'s see now, 'lwo sodas, tickets, a corsage and cab fare ....
Righh Adding figures for others is better than adding to your own.
Now is the time for all g"'-'i Now is +l1e time F51 Now isS""' Now.
Dodson, Jim Galveston
Earl, Bobby Kergns
lirney, Fred, jr. Dallas
Fleniins, Patricia Stamford
I-'ranc'is, Juanita Ruth Temple
Fuller, Harold Ray Euless
Gann, Virginia Hamlin
Gantt, Burt Decatur
Gantt, Joe Jack Princeton
Garza, Yolanda Mission
Geddie, Robert Marshall
Gil, Gilbert S. El Paso
Godfrey, Lowell Burleson
Goin, Mary Ann Denton
Grant, Cordon Dallas
Greenwell, Palsy Waxahaclzie
Hall, XVillian1 Brock Weatherford
Hamilton, Howard Dallas
Harbison, Betty Jane League City
Harris. Melvin G. El Dorado
Hartwell, Henry Ken Paris
Haynie, Frances Roanoke
Heard, Eddie Jean Temple
Henson, Dwayne Pittsburg
Hestand. Guy Slzermarz
NVaync De Leon
Houston. Louie Burl Eastland
Humphreys, XV. Howard Tulia
Irby. Frank Plaimfieu'
Jackson, Ralph Edward
Johnson, Anita Jo Denton
Johnson, Frances Blythe Dallas
Keathley, Darrell H. Dallas
Kelley, Thad Breckenridge
School of Business
,I I.eecli, I.onis jack
Wi K 5
Lewis, Xvlllllllll AX.
Miller, xvlllllllll D.
Nance, Urziclzi Lon
Nance. Mary joe
Nelson, lllllll R.
Piner, Ray, jr.
Price, Palsy Dale
Lonvinik, Orxille M
McDonald. llllllllly N, Iowa Park
Mnllznll, llnne .Illl'L'L' Cl!'ll'Ill'lIf"
l'Cl'l'lll, Billy lurk Ifllllgfl'
Perri. l,. R. illllllfllllll
l'ellil. .Xllon Cllilrlwss
Phillips, Gladys Clizirles Infrlwll
Phillips. Ricliarcl fzllllllllll
Once upon a lime +l1ere lived fhree S's, Debif, Credil' ancl Balance. . .
Yates, John, Jr.
Darling John. as I am sifting here in class, praclicing shorthand, . , -
Texas C i ty
Richards, jimmy L. Fort Worth
Richards, Richard Galveston
Roberts, John C. Fort Worth
Sagen, David Greenville
Saleh, Rose Marie Tyler
Shaw, Betty Red Oak
Shirley, jack Richard Dallas
Simek, Dorothy Megargel
Simpkins, Bob Nocona
Sledge, Charles Robert Dallas
Smith, joe li. Dallas
Stephens, Patricia Graham
Stewart, Ed jacksboro
Taliaferro, Doyle Denton
'l'crrell, George XV. Houston
Thomas, Mary Lee Alvarado
liner, Bill Dallas
Warren, XV., jr. Dallas
NVarschum, Marilyn Louise Denton
White, Bobbie Brownwood
White, C. Cranfills Gap
XYigley, Martha Henderson
Wilhite, XV. D. Dallas
Williams, Betty Sue Bellevue
Williams. Lurlene Mansfield
Williamson, Gerald Dee Eastland
XVilson, George N. Dallas
Wilson, Virginia Fort lfVorth
XVinstead, Edwena Graham
School of Education
ANDERSON, MAG QANDYJ
Pi Phi Pi, Sec.: FTAg Rio Grande Valley Club
VVRAQ P. E. Professional Clubg Jr. Class Sec.:
ASHLEY, MARY DEAN
P.E. Professional Club, WRAQ Modern Dance Clubg Delta
AUSTIN, JANE Mesquite
Sr. Mary Arden, Sec., ACE, Treas.
BAILEY, JANE Baytown
Gammadionsg Alpha Rho Tau, Jr. Mary Ardeng Sr. Mary
Arden, FTAQ Meritumg Jr. and Sr. Representative of Marquis
BAKER, LAWRENCE LYLE Dallas
BARRLEY, LETA LU Midlothian
Pi Omega Pig Gammadionsg House Presidents Club, FTA
BARNES, NINA Itasca
BARNES, ANN Texarkana
BARR, NELDA JEAN Gladewater
Jr. Mary Arden, Vice Pres.: Press Clubg League of Women
Voters, Sec.g Sr. Mary Ardeng Social Chairmang Bruce Hallg
BARRY, BETTY ANE Colorado City
ACEQ Kappa Kappa Kappag Inter-Sorority Council
BARTLEY, Lois ANE
PF. Professional Club: WVRAg Rio Grande Valley Club O
BASSETT, CHARLES L.
BSUQ Alpha Chi
BEAN, L. V.
BEARDEN, BENNIE P.
Phi Delta Kappa
chi Sigma Phi
BOLIN, WILLIAM T.
Kappa Theta 113 FTA
BOSYVELL, JOYGE FAYE
BOWDOIN, BETTY JEAN
Pi Omega Pig FTA
ACEQ FTAQ Sr. Mary Ardeng Jack County Club
BRAUNGARDT, GEORGE M.
School of Eclucafion
Phi Sigma Alpha. Parliarnentarian, Vice PreS., Pres., Green
Jackets, Inter-Sorority Council, House Presidents Club
XVeSley Foundation, ACE, FTA
BRONSTAD, CHARLES O.
Zeta Pi Camma, Jr. Mary Arden, 1950 YUCCA Beauty
B ROYVN, FLOYCE
Gammadionsg WVR,-X, PF. Professional Club, Pres., Delta Psi
BROWN, PECCY STARLINC
Phi Sigma Alpha, Alpha Rho Tau, Vice Pres., Varsity Club,
Treas., Jr. Mary Arden
Delta Chi Delta, Sr. Mary Arden, College
FTA, House Presidents Club
CARTER, PATSY lXlARlIi
CLARK, CHRISTINE K.
CLAY, Bli'I"l'Y LOU
1' IA, Sec., ACE, Treas., Green Jackets, Sec., Jr. Mary Arden,
Sr. Mary Arden, Student Religious Council
CLAY, BIARY ALICE
Green Jackets, 'l'l'C21S,Q Canuna Theta ljpsilong ACE, Vice
Pres., Treas., FTA, Vice Pres.: Jr. Mary Arden, Sr. Mary
CLOTIAUX, FRED L. Beaumont
COLBURN, JEAN Cameron
COLLINS, CLARENCE Monterey, Calif.
Pi Omega Pi, FTA
COTHRAN, BETTY Paris
Alpha Rho Tau, Jr. Mary Arden
COOKE, JOY Henderson
Cox, LADELLE Clarendon
College Players, Supper Theatre, ACE, Sec., Panhandle Club,
Kappa Theta Pi
CRABB, JOHN, JR. Dallas
CRAYVLEY, CECIL, JR. Dallas
CRUMPTON, ALVA NELL
Gamniadions, Jr. Mary Arden, Pi Omega Pi,
Kappa Theta Pi, FTA, ACE
CURRENS, JO ANN
FTA, Club Varsity, Pres., Radio Club
P.E. Professional Club, WRA, FTA
IJANIELS, JACK B.
Chi Sigma PlIi, FTA, IA Club
Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi
DAVIS, JOHN L.
Senate, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Tau,
Nu Phi Mu, Debate Club, FTA, WOmcn's
DAVIS, LORENA ANN
Gammadionsg ACE, FTA
Gammadions, FTA, Jack County Club
DAVIS, WILLIE GENE
Falcons, IA Club
P. E. Professional Club, BSU
DEATON, DE LAINE
Sr. Mary Arden, Gammadionsg Tyler Club, Elle
FTA, Pi Omega Pi
DE BOUY, LORAIN
DIXON, ROGER EUGENE
DOYLE, TEDDY JOE
DREYI-IR, A. H., JR.
Psi Chi, Rio Grande Valley Club
DUNN, VIRGINIA LEE
P. E. Professional Club, House Presidents Club
Talonsg T-Club, Panhandle Club
EDWARDS, TALOU BALCI-I
n H. Richards,
Green Jackets, Sec., Treas., Phi Sigma Alpha, Parliamentarian,
VVeSley Foundation, Rec. Director, Yucca, Classes Assistant, As-
EGGLESTON. THURSTON QRIPJ
GIX, Sec., USNT, Sgt. at Arms, IA Club, Vice
IA Club, Sec.
ELLIS, ROSE ANN
Tyler Club, FTA
Panhandle Club, ACE
FIEER, ORA NIAYE
Bri - Fin
School of Education
ACE, Vice Pres., Pres., Senior Mary Arden, Kappa Delta Pi,
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Jack County Club, Stude
Council, House Presidents Club, FTA, lVesley
Sec., YVho's Who in American Colleges and Universities, WlIo's
lVho at NT
FLEWELLING, ELLEN Canadian
Kappa Kappa Kappa, Jr. Mary Arden, ACE
FORREST, JERRY Waxalzaehie
FREDRICKSON, XVADE Galveston
FRUOE, LLOYD Port Neclzes
Chi Sigma Phi, Pledge Capt., Pres., GIX, Jefferson County
GALLOWAY, PATSY ANN Wichita Falls
Kappa Kappa Kappa, Parliamentarian, Rush Capt., ACE
CQARRISON, PIARIE XNELSI-I Denton
College Players, Quintilians, BSU
CvARRl'1'Y, JOHNNY Dallas
LQAUDE, EMILY ANN Longview
Kilgore College Club
FLIBSON, KENNETH W. Burkburnett
fllLLlLAND, lXIARY Jo Levelland
Jr. Mary Arden, Pres., Gammadions, Quintilians, College Play-
ers, lVomen's ForunI, Alpha ClIi, Kappa Delta Pi, House
Presidents Club, Pres., FTA, Sr. Mary Arden,
in American Colleges and Universities
LQILSTRAP, ROBERT L.
Geezles, FTA, T-Club
Coon, DIXIE YVAYNE
YV ho 'S WVIIO
K Tu nz
ACE, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Sec., Square Dance Club
GRIFFIN, GOLDA IJENMAN
E. D. Criddle Historical Society, Pres., FTA, Alpha Chi, Kappa
Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Sec.
GRIFFIN, JAMES LEE
Kappa Kappa Kappa, ACE, Sweetheart of AMA, YVRA
HARDY, T. K., JR.
HATTENBACH, HELENA Sa
ACE, FTA, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship
Falcons, Industrial Arts Club
Kappa Kappa Kappa, Press Club, FTA, Jr. Mar
Ellen H. Richards Club
y Arden, sr.
FTA, l'2lllI121IIillC Club
I'IOI.LAND, HENRY E.
Talons, Yice-l'reS.g IIllCli-Ff2IlCl'lIlfJ' Council
HOPSON, EIJWVARD L.
ACE, Yice I'reS.g FTA, Gamma Iota Chi, TreaS,g Gamma
Theta llpsilong Square Dance Club, Pres.
FTA, Kappa Pi Omega
La M arq ue
YVIIA, Pres., Vice Pres., Scc.g P.E. Professional Club
Industrial Arts Club, Opera XVOI'l'iSlIOlJ
HULSE, MAX D.
INGRAM, YVANDA LOU
Alpha Rho Tau, See.-'l'reas.g Jr. Mary Arden
Delta Chi Delta
Gamma Theta llpsilong FTA, Sr. Mary Arclcn
JOHNSTON, IDORIS ELEANOR
JOHNSTON, LEONARD A.
JONES, ALVIN YV.
House Presidents Club, Pres.,
JONES, HOIN'FI.L A., JR.
KATZ, HOWARD A.
Quadrangle ASSII., PreS.g GIX
P erri n
New York City, N. Y.
Trojans: Inter-Fraternity Council
Grand Chorusg Chapel Choir, ACEQ FTA
LASSITER, JEXVEL IUENHABI
LAWS, BILLY CLYDE
I' IA, ALE
Gm n d Prairie
Fin - Law
School of Eclucalion
LEE, Jo ANN
Kappa Kappa Kappag ACE
PF. Professional Cluhg XVRAQ Delta Psi Kappa,
Panhandle Cluhg Gannnaclions
N I CC LEISH4, ,ANNI-1'1"l'1i
ACFQ F'l'Ag Boots and Saddle Cluh
Phi Delta Kappag Delta Kappa Pig Alpha Clhig
AICCORNIICK, NETA RAE
P.E. Professional Clnhg XVRA
AICZDANII-il., XVILLIANI M.
MCDQNALD, BIARY LYNN
Arlington State Klluhg Psi Chig FTA
Phi Sigma Alpha: Delta Psi Kappag Alpha Chig Cznnmatlions3
P.1i. Professional Cluh
AICNAMARA, kIANl5'l"l'A Vernon
Zeta Pi Gannnag XYHAQ P.li. Professional Clluhg Fine Arts
AIAHAN, l'll?LEN Denton
Zeta Pi Gamma
AIATHEXVS, -IAN San A ugzisline
Kappa Theta Pi
AlA'l'1'HFlVS, AIAYIHCLL Denton
Gaininadionsg Zeta Pi Cannnag Green Jacketsg Gamma Theta
l'psilong Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chi
AIFAKER, INIQZ Pazzlzandle
All-KNASCO, SARAH Grand Prairie
AIFISSER, EIIFEN Denton
Kappa Kappa Kappa
AllDGE'l'l', BILL Denton
hllI,I.ER, EARLDFINF1 Paris
Delta Chi Delta, Historian. Rush Captaing P.li. Professional
Cluhg Vice Pres. Chilton Hall
AllI,LER, AIICRYL NlANKlN
Iforl W orth
Cov't and Pre-Law Clnhg KOIEDQ GIXQ Alpha Chig Chapel
AIULLER, CLYDE Vernon
lXlliXVl5Y, KIARY ELIZABETH Tulia
Zeta Pi Gammag Green jackets, Vice Pres.3 Panhandle Clubg
IYICHOLSON, JOYCE Forl Worzh
FTAg XVRAQ PF. Professional Cluh, Vice Pies.
NowL1N, JACKIE Port Arthur
Kappa Theta Pig .jefferson County Clluh
CYIJANIFIL, DONNA Tulia
.XCEQ Zeta Pi Cainmag House Presidents Cluhg Panhandle
Cllubg XVomen's Forum
O,GI.EE, -loHNNY Dallas
OYNEAL, BILLIE JEAN Big Spring-
OUTHOUSE, BARBARA Hawking
Zeta Pi Gamma
CJXVFN, PIAZEI. LAN1111.
Modern Dance Club
l'ARK1cR, AIARY Stir N6111 1.1111111111
Delta Chi Deltag Tyler Club
PIQRRY. NIARY l"RAN1:11s SI1C11I'l'
PHu,1,u's, 1-IQHONIAS 1111151111111
P11-ta Alpha Rho lleta: Inter-lfraternity Council
Kappa Kappa Kappa: Quintiliansg College Playersg Radio Club
Pool., -Ili.-KN T6x111'1:111111
Phi Canuna Kappa: Sr. Mary Arden. Vice-l'1es.g ACE: FTA
POYVICR, PATSY 1V1111's111111
RAT1.ufr, XV11.1,1,u1 Il. CI611111116
lllilill, IJOROTIIY llfxtx 1l1lIypt'?lll'1
Canunadionsg FTA: .XCR
R11:Hx1oN11, li'1'u1i1, lf. 1961711111
Rtuuiv, Alfyxxx 11111111
Rune. lV11-t,1Ax1 F. fi1l11I6ST1111f'
Romxsox, Nl.-miss: SARA 1101151011
.XCICQ l"'l'.X: Grand Chorus: Chapel Choir:
Nlfllilllllll, Sec .:
Phi Camlna Kappa. Pledge Capt.: lr, Class Sweetl1eartg Sr.
Class Sec.: li. D. Criddle Historical Society
Rocriks, Nl,-XRY KA'l'llliRlXlf
Tyler Club. Vice-Pres.: Psi Chig C11x'l and l're-Law Club
Sczufxlftatt, C1,Ak..x N1a1.1.11
Delta Chi Delta
Chi Sigma Phig Phi .Xlpha lhetag lfl A
SCI-INI-'IDI-'R. lVll.l.l.XXl F.
IA Club. 'l'reas.. Reporter
Seuxokk, G1fRAi,11 MAUR111111
Debate Clubg Quintilians: Sigma Phi Nu: lnteruatioual Re-
lations Club: FTX3 Pi Kappa Delta
Press Clubg Panhandle Club. Reporterg lixeh. Editor, Campus
SHAI-'IflCR, Aim Lifts
ACICQ FIIXQ Rio Grande Valley Club
SH1i111'ARu, Brisslr. S. 116711011
Smvsox, X7AI'tQHN D. .11161c.s11111'11
lark County Club: FTA
SAIAIU. Nl0N'l'li 1.1161161's
Quiutiliansg College Players: -lr. Mary Arden
Sxtrru, lVu1i11Lt-.R 616111111
Sxtrru, Plitltilli lo ll"11'111111 1511115
Delta Chi Delta. Rep.. 'I'reas.g Sr. Representatixe of XVUIIICIIQS
I-'orumg ACICQ FTA
Sxrrru, V1R1aN1,x IRAN
xliflilllllll. Vice-Pres.: Delta Chi Deltag jr. Mari' Arden. Re-
porterg Cannuadionsg XVUIIICIPS lftlflllll. Setxg Alpha Chig Kappa
Delta Pig Student Religious Couneilg ITSNT, Setxg Yucca
SP1-lI.l.Nl,-KN, NI1QR1L .ll'DI'1'H S1111 111111111111
AClig Sr. Mary Arden, Viee-Pres., Pres.g Yueea Beauty
SPLN1:1-ZR. Vloux B1'c"l'k61'll'1'I1gf?
S'1'oe14'roN, llxvlo M. Electra
Gammadionsg FTA: Press Clubg Sotiologs Clubg Pi Phi Pi
S'1'R11:141,Ax11, ISIQNNY R. M1'Ki11116y
FIAANNICR. Ci..-uuaxcir. W. llllllfllfflfvf
Lee - Tan
1 5 11
School of Eclucalion
Arlington Slate Cluhg Art
Toon, NORNIA lAlAXlNli
Gammanlionsg Pi Omega Pi' FTA
House Presidents Cluhg PTA
'I'oRRicNc:i-1, lSi1'i'TY lNicz
F'l'Ag Varsity Cluh
Phi Mu Alphag Pi Phi Pi. Yir'e4Pres,, Pres,
VTURNICR, BI'1'I"l'Y1i Sri.:
Gaiuiuaclionig Phi Alpha 'I helag PTA
ACEg MICNCQ Kappa Della
Pig .Alpha Chig Ji: Nlary Arfleng
Sr. Mary Arileng Cammaclions
AIAN BRI-1lCNll'1N. .loii
Chi Sigma Phi
VANoi1R Zicic, l-IARIAN DAN
AIARLIQY, L., QIR.
Gammzulionsg IA Klluh
Vimziis, ALVIN Doi'oi.As
XVAi,RisR, IBUNALD A.
lf'l'Ag Kappa Mu lipwilon
Seiiateg Vice-Pres, Ir. Cllassg Phi Alpha 'l'aug Phi Della Kappag
Philosophy Club: llllL'l'Il2lll0Il2ll Relations: I"I'X
XVARRRN, Ll. XV., -IR.
Boots and Saddle Clluh
AVASlilNGTON, AlAR'l'HA Vernon
Zeta Pi Ciammag FPA
AVATKINS, XIANCII. ll7I'Illllc"l'fUl'Il
XVEAVI-:R, iAI.IiISON U. limzmzzuoad
XVi1s'i'isRooR, AVANDA lilooming Grown
Della Chi Delta, Pres.g House lresidenls Clluh, Seng liiter-Sor-
orily Council. Secxg Phi Delta Thetag lf'I',-X
XVILLIAMSON, AIYRTLF BlARll-1
A'VlLl.IAlNISON, S. JAM:
Tyler Cluhg Gov't and I re-Law Clluhg l"'l'A
XVii.soN, Joie LA MON
Kappa Della Pig Phi Della Ka
Alu Epsilong FTA, Pres.
X'V11.soN, lo Sm:
lf'l'Ag KOI-QDQ Quiiililians
Kilgore College Cluh
Newman Clluhg XVRA3 P.l
W7iN'1'1cR, lA'lARY LYNN
XVOAIRLE, Rowzig C.
XVRIGHT, Bia'i"1'Y ROLLIN
A Cappella Choir
.. Professional Cluli
ppa: Kappa Pi
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Browll, Rllfllllbllll I.. Slzernmrz
Browning, Grady joe Rusk
Browning, XX'z1cle II. 1f6Hl"l'lll'
Bruyere. Marilyn Lolzgzvivzl'
Bnlkinglunn. llhznlene Clzim
Burks, Belly Dallas
Top: Well, if you lnslsl on building
lhal lillle house baclr of The lol . . .
Rlghlz Welding? Well, wlwal do you
llwlnlz? He aln'+ lrying lo llglwl no cigar-
Xllison. Gene W.
Allen. jo Ann
Austin. Zo Dell
Bailey. Scott J.
Baker, Helen Louise
Barnett, Delores li.
Bawilleuux. Ex erelle
Bassett. .Xlla 12.
BClCllCl'. jo .Xnn
A 2111 rezrs
Belknap, .Xlfrecl Rudy Furl lVm'll1
Bentley. Ricluml ll.
Blulnn, Domllly li.
Bowden. NOTIHLI llee
School of Educalion
The obiecl' of lime game, ladies,
linllcr, Rita Grand Prairie
lizilvcrl, BCTIIZITKI C Ifnrger
tin I x crl, Mary Lynn
fillfli. Aix in
..n1ll1en, Jo ,Xnn
illzirk. Ccorgc llnn
f.l':ng. B2ll'illll'2l .Xnn
Klmckcr, Millie liclli
C lr1 zzde
llsuis. Don R. Ilill.xlmm
Ilcllurclc, Doris 1,KI7I1'Il,YlI'l'
Ilcgcr. jvc ,Xllzlmmflr
lltTlllll2lll. Clcril R, .S'lr'j1l1f'11z'fill1'
Denning. Jznncs llrvxmll
Dtllllllgil. Harold Crum! Srllinf'
Iluycl. fiilflil .lI1121ri1', Ind.
llnpny, Annc l.lIlIgl'fl'Tl'
Dycss, jenn liiclyn
lCclcn. jolinny lfluycl
limlinglun. Belly firzmrl Pmilie
lo pull your besl 'fool forward.
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Lovelace, Allen C111'1'1111t1111
l"mx'le1', Kyle R.
llnllcr. james llcmlu'
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llale, .lean l'1lll'il'lZl S1'11g11z1i111'
llall, Jo Ann 1,Il11Il.Y
llansen. Alice 131'0z1'11r1'111111
llawk. Cletaluel Sliepparll 1101111111
Hay. Rose S111il11f11'111
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llen1l1'i1'l4S. Nlllllllll A111111
llullmnan. Gladys A11i11'111'
Ilnlines. Colleen Q1111111111
llurn, Isaac P1'11sj11'r
larlason, Beicrly Sue 1l11'Ki11111'y
jenkins, Carol 311111111
,IUllllSUIl. Kenneth lYayne S1111 51111111
lurclan, Patsy ,lo
lmce, FITIIICCS "Halle"
King. Marilyn Rnlli
Knox. Jolly -lean
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A lec'lure is a process by which +116 professor's noles become
Big Spring +he siudenis' noies wi'rl1ou+ going ilwrough +l'1e minds of elfher.
But - Lov
School of Education
E Lovell. juan Lcc
I I.c11zmn, Nelda
Affllflillllly. -lcrry .Xnn
Mzlgill. Btllf' Inn
Mzxxwcll, C. .X.
Nlcrlcn. ,lo .Xnnc
Xlillcr. 1,11 Ycrnc
Nctcly. Vlillllllllifl Sm'
Nclson, Virginian .Xnn
Parks, Szirzxll .xllll
Patterson, Paul D.
Pognc, Mary Lou
Pool, Elmer jcwcl
If may noi' be BeH'y Grable or Gregory Peck, buf if sure beais ihe rouiine leciure
KICIIICTSUII, Robert I.c
1 Mdlornlick, .Xlun lilunnzing Grove
Mll1'1'1ly, l'iliYVllI'li linxlml. Mflxx.
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Queen, Kenneth R.
Reed. Daisy Ann
Renfro, NI. Barrett
Robertson. Charles lf.
Ross, Russell C.
Russell. Virginia Pat
Spangler, Gloria Jeanne 'Dallas
Slrralt. Sue I3r1'r'lcc'11rirlgf'
Star-nes, Lee liddie Pzflrolia
Su-enhergen, Gwen Dallas
Slegall, Betsy Eustace
Str-ger, Sarah Sue Atlanta
Richerson. Rudolph Merlin
Roberts, Marilyn flI'l'I'lllL'00fl, 1.11.
ClFl7 u rm'
Russell, jo Frances Neal Herejnrrl
Sager. Dorothy Clifton
Srlnvarlz, lid H.. jr. Houxlmz
Seale, -Ionell liaytnzmz
Sexereid. joan .San Anlmiio
Shanafell, Henry C. lirysmz
Sharp, Helen illfflllllllj'
Sikora. lillen Mae llvllllflflll
Sissoin. Stanley I.. Awllon
Sledge. Ouida Dallas
Smith. Howard Wayne IS1n'lf'snn
Smith. l.uella Saint ,lo
Smith, Richard l-1. ll'ar'n
Slnith. 'led Tvxzix Cily
Snodgrass, Scottie Clharlene
South, Cecil L. Wilnrw'
Spalding. 'lionnnie Sue SlIc"I'llIIll1
' gg 'S SS 3 Q R .ip
This is 'figure-slcalingz You figure oul how lo slay on your lwo feel.
Lov - Ste
Slcpllcns. Cyril Cllyclc l1'iHlz'15
SICPIICINKIII. Cihzlrlcs lellllllillff'
SLOYCII Belly Alcun Ilmzlmz
SIYIIIJC, lillcn Faye Dallas
'l'2lyl0l'. Nlixiu Marie liwalur
Ihicsscn. Ilnmlln' lfml Hvlfilfl
,l'llOlll1lS, Hznwcy YV. Uznngw, Calif.
VIQIIOIIIZIS, Sllllllllllf A1'ka1lf'lj1llirl, Ark.
'l'l1urnmml. Palsy Rlmnm
Tilley, 'lmnmy .L llwzlolz
Tom. Lcslic Alcun .S'l1111In11
'lrirnlrlcz Ran' Dallas
vlkllilllilqiflh. lilifzxlmclll lfml iVm'fl1
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xYC1lll1CI'lf. f,l'1l 1.00 fiflirzmnfillr'
XYczn'Cl', Lynn Ilrmrl
xYCiI1L'l'l. Nllllilli' H't'iH!'l'l
XX'cIch. Cllmrln-s Quzznrzlz
Wells. lfllic- -lm limlulf'
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XX'i1l1c1's. I'z1lI'iLi:l Louise l.illi1u1
xYO0l1l'llHv. Slain IJIIHIIX
Young, Ncllc llzffnlzu'
educaiional +0 become sfuck-up.
School of Home Economics
School of Home Economics
Ellen H. Richards, Panhandle Club, FTA
Student Religions Council
l5Ass, RIARY E.
Box, ETTA hlAY
House Presidents Club
Alpha Rho Taug Inter-Sorority Council
Kappa Delta Pig Merituing Jr. Mary Arden
GRAVES, BETTY Liar-1
Ellen H. Richards
H14Nni-:RsoN, LORA Lmi
Hokxsisv, VIRGINI.-X Lou
Ellen H. Richards
FTA, Ellen H. Richards, Phi Upsilon f,llllCI'0llj
Arlington State Club, Vice-Pres.g Newman Club, Vice-Pres.g
Ellen H. Richards, 'l'reas.g Kappa Theta Pig Sr. Class lllIiCllS.Q
HAIUQ1-ik, RE'1'1'A BlQ1.1.11: NIcK1'r1ney
fi21Il1lIl21lll0I'lSj jr. Mary Arden, Ellen H. Richards, Phi lfpsilon
Ellen H. Richards, Phi lipsilon Oinicrong Tarleton Club,
l'iRADl.EY, PATRic:1A GAYL141 Bowie
Kappa Theta Pig Ellen H. Richards
Bkooxs, Bnss Bagwell
Ellen H. Richardsg Phi Upsilon Oinicrong Wlesley Foundation
CAMNIACK, EM11.Y Itasca
'larleton Clubg Ellen H. Richards, Student Religious Council
CIIADXVICK, NANKIX' Center
FTA, Club Varsity, Ellen H. Richards
CHA1-MAN, Enom Talm
CY1w:R1', Rosi: ELA1N11: Wlzilrzey
Foods and Nutrition Club, Reporter
IJANIEL, RIILDRED Snzitlzfielrl
Ellen H. Richardsg Phi Upsilon Olnicron, Pres.
.lfllLER, PA'1'rY Dallas
Kappa Theta Pi, Pres.g Phi Upsilon Oinicron, Vice-Pres.,
JONES, NIARY BETTY Rison, Ark.
AIONES, SHARON KAY Sherman
CL2lITl1Il2ldi0I'lSj Jr. Many Ardeng Phi Upsilon Omicrong Kappa
Kappa Kappag Alpha Chi, Sec.g Yucca Beautyg Ellen H.
LAYVSON, PATSY Arlington
Phi Upsilon Omicrong Ellen H. Richardsg Arlington State Club
LENNINGTON, KATHY May
LEWTER, BOBBIE LEE Sanger
Ellen H. Richards
RICCANNE, PATRICIA ANNE Alvord
Ellen H. Richards
AICDANIICLV, ANNE Slidell
ElleII H. Richardsg Varsity Cluhg Green jackets
lXilIDCJNAI.lJ, X7AUDENE Comanche
Ellen H Richardsg Tarleton Cluhg FT.-X5 House PresideIIts
RICLAUCHLIN, JOBYNA Longview
Ellen H. Richardsg Kilgore College Cluhg House Presidents
BIILLER, BIARILYN Gustine
Ellen H. Richardsg Delta ClIi Deltag FTA3 Senateg Alpha Chig
Kappa Delta Pi
NIILLIGAN, SUE Rockwood
Gammadionsg Ellen H. Richardsg Phi Upsilon Omicron, Vice-
O'DANII1I., IXLGENE Tulia
Zeta Pi Gamma, Pres.g Green jackets. Vice-Pres.g Chilton
Hall l'res.g Panhandle Cluhg Ellen H. Richards
OEHLSCLHLAEGER, LOURENE Fort Worth
Phi lfpsilon Omicron, Sec.g Ellen H. Richardsg Sr. Mary
Ardeng Student Religious Council
RIDDELS, ALICE Pilot Point
SCHARE, AIEANETTE Dallas
Phi Upsilon Omicroii, Treasg Ellen H. Richardsg FTAQ Sr.
SHACKELI-AORD, NORNIA SUE Montague
FTAQ Sr. Mary Ardeng Meritumg Ellen H. Richards, Pres.g XV.
M. Masters Chem. Societyg Phi Upsilon Omicron
VARLEY, lXiARY HEARTSILL Walnut Springs
Ellen H. Richards
XVHEELESS, KAY Winters
VVILLIANIS, EVELYN Covington
Ellen H. Richardsg FTA
All - Wil
School of Home Economics
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School of Music
AN'l'HONY, JAINIES BYRON 1367110771
Phi Mu Alpha, MENC, Chapel Choir, Grand ClIoruS
BARKIZR, JUIJITI-I ANNE Alvin
Concert Band, Orchestra, Sigma Alpha Iota, Sec., MICNC
BEARIIEN, ANNE SOLLICY Decritzu'
A Cappella Choir, Sigma AlplIa Iota
CARSON, lXlliRLE Bffflfllllfillf
F'I'A, Jefferson County Cluh, MENC, IVOmen's Choir
CIIIORGNO, REMO J. Piitsfield, Mass.
CLAY, SYIIIL ANN Port Arllzzir
FTA, MENC, HOIISC Presidents Club, Newman fllllll
IDAUGHliR'l'Y, ERWVIN K i Igore
Convert Band, MENC
IJAVIDSON, NEIL Hfflllllllflllf
Phi Alpha Tau, I"'l'A, MICNC, Gamniadions, Blue Key, Phi
Bill Alpha, A Cappella Choir, Grand Chorus
IJAVIS, IVAN R., JR. Hobbs, New Mexico
Phi MII Alpha
GASTON, PEGGY JOYGE 176111011
Mu Phi Epsilon, Sec., MICNC
GOODWIN, IVAN DOUGLAS Ennis
Phi lhlll Alpha
CQORIWAN, LOUISE JEAN WoI'tl1a11z
FTA, MENC, Grand Chorus, Jr. Mary ArdeII
fiUlCRRY, JACK A1'li1zgt01z
Phi Mu Alpha, Gannnadions
HARRIS, PAT Corpus Cf1TI'.Yll'
Sr. Mary Arden, BSI?
HANSON, LUGY ANNE Mission
Mu Phi Epsilon, Rio Grande Valley Club, MILNC, Alpha
Chi, Pres., Kappa Delta Pi
HELIIIIERG, XKVILLIIC lX'lAlQ Houston
ILES, GENE Sl1e1'1'1mII
Sigma Alpha Iota, Cannnadions, Jr. Mary Arden, Concert
JACKSON, JERRY Dzzrzcan, Okla.
MFNC, A Cappella Choir
MENU, Vice-Pres.g Cluh Varsityg IVomen's
ley Ifoundationg C-ranrl ClIorI1s
ISICLLY, PAUL B.
Choir, Sec., XVes-
Creen Jackets, Sigma AlplIa Iota, MIiNCg Chapel Choir,
Mu Phi Epsilon, Hlesley Foundation, Vice-Pres.
MENC, IVesley Foundation
MENCg Grand Chorusg Orchestra
Sigma Alpha Iota, Ser.g Pi Kappa Lamlmclag MENC, FTA
Symphony, Aces, House Presitlents Cluh
PETERS, IJALI-1 HIKQH
PlIi MII Alphag Camniarlionsg Pres. Music
Chorus: Orchestra, XVho's IVlIo in American Colleges and
ITniversitiesg Ifine Arts Committeeg Blue Key
IQANIIER, JIAIMII-I ,ANN
Gamniadionsg Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-Pres.3
Pi Kappa Lainhtlag Nleritumg Alpha Chi
Sigma Alpha Iota, Zeta Pi Gamma, Symphon
Gammadionsg MENCQ Sigma Alpha Iota,
County Cluhg A Cappella Choir
SINIPSON, LAURA JEAN
Kappa Delta Pig
Levella II d
IVomen's Choir, Grand Chorus, Jr. Mary Arden, Sigma Alpha
Iota, Sec., MIZNCQ Student Religious Council
STONE, ILIIOAR N.
Opera YVorkshopg A Cappella Choir, Maclri
Madrigal Singers, A Cappella Choir, Grand
BIIIINCQ Sigma Alpha Iotag XYomen's Choir
VVINTILR, BETTY JEAN
NVRIGHT, IXIARY LOU
MENCQ Granrl Chorusg Piano Iinsemble
gal Singers, BSU
Corpus Ch risli
Ant - Wri
School of Music
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Yilllgllllll. Belly Urlwxszl
Yzulglm, Robert lvl'l'Il07I
XYCIIN, 1.11 Xv0IlllC Twlia
llbomlxml. Floyd l'. llulmlrm
You ladies may have lhe so, la and ll, bul we men usually have 'lhe clo.
Akins. Sznnmy Y.
Alford, joe Gerald
Allison. Melba Joyce
. nccrson. 21 "I . '
X l I' lricm ICQ
A 1 vga rgel
.AI'IllUlll', llurbzlra Ann Ilarlingen
Armstrong, jean Granllury
Arnold. Darrell Danton
Ashby. hloncll 1,l'l1l0ll
Aston. Roy D. l'r'rnrm
Atkins. Sunnnie Parlalcfs, N. M.
Anslin. flllZlI'lCS L, M1'All1'11
Axlcll, Galvin Dallas
B2ll'iL'l'. Annie Ruth
Bzllicr. Ruth Ann
linlrlrimigc, Betty B.
Bzniks. Raymond Kcnclcl Ponder
Barnett, La Vonnc
liurllcy, Tommie Sue
F11 rl VVorfl1
This could be a home ec class, buf we fhink l'l1ere's a man in 'lhe back.
Barton. Bill Crater
Barton, XVanda Roe Tylrr
Bates, jo Ann Dallas
Bauman. jean Dallas
Bayless. james Trirzirlurl
Beanfford. Betty Irving
Bcgnautl, liltlora Port Arlhur
Bell. Betty Sue Alllzwzx
Bell, Sally Ann Ilrnuxlmz
Bonham, Sara Hangs
Bennett. Betty Carroll Slrmlruz
Bennett. Emily Dallas
Berry, Bobby Dallas
Binfortl. Bill R.
Black. Nelda jean
Bmnan. Joan limgwr
Bone. Virginia Mac Kumi!
lluolxcr, Sally .Xnnc Ilnllrm
Box. Betty klcan
Irlflf slim u
Brannon, Margie Nl. Rif'lm1fl.w11
l'mranst'cnne. l'lllgClli' Dallas
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Wonder if the druggisl ever found 'those lhree missing lubes of Ipana?
Class of '54
Abi - Bra
Dr. and Mrs. MaHl'1ews sil' one oul'
B1'cccllm'c. Bzn'lJz11'z1 fifllllfl l'n1iri1f
Briclgcs, .lllzm R.
Bl'0g'll0ll. Belly Lou
Brooks. l'1lll'll'lZl Ami
Brown. Belly RCC
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Brown. Rolxcrl XYu1lc 111111115
Brown, Szzmmy Fl. ll'm'tl1
Burns. Bvlly Ruth
Burmw. Billy Ray
Czilxcrl. l.:1 Nlllllil
Klzuimm. llizmc lilzliitc Pull A-I1'll111r
Czlrlsrm. Bl2llll'llC .hm fi!'U7'gI'f1JIl'Il
C.zu'11z1llzm. .Xngic Irving
Klziskcy. Otis Nlcrcclitll lI11ll11s
Czisllcw. .XIEII I'l. llvflflfl
fill2llIllCl'N. Bill IJ, ll'11,x'11ll111'lli1'
Clirislcssml. Bill l,!lllIfIfl
Clark, lfrcnl llouglzis
'For a fall: will: lwo Brucelles.
Clay, lillic Cisrn
cllC2lI'lIl2lIl, Yonie jean Ilwnlfm
flUlClll2lll, Mona Dallas
Connell. xlilllllkl 51171 Anlrmiu
Compu. KIQIIIICS li.. lll ll'1lx11l11lr'!1ir'
flUlJCl2lIlll, l'll'llllL'CS Cnllrfgr' Slnlirm
Cnnlsmn. William Jay
cl0lll'Sl'l. llcrlxcrt I
Clllllllllgllillll, Troy L. fizzirzmszfillf'
Curtis, Carole IJUIIHIPI
Daniel. Clayton T.. jr. Ifrlxzzlfarllif'
Darnell. Donna Marie Drzllnx
Dauglmcly. Bcity I.ir1rIr'11
Daxiclsun, Nancy Sl1re'1ff'j2111'l, l,a.
Davis, llianc liafaummzl
Davis. Doris jean .lI1'lx'im11'x'
Daxis. llunor lJrm'.wH
Daxis. Aluanna ,lIf'II1lllli.S
Daxis. Marilyn lil I'11.w
Davis, Mary li. .S'l11'rr11a11
Davis. 'l'onnny filaclvnwlw'
Day. jancil liasllnml
Deaver, Dclnla limvic'
Dccs. limlwina Elaine .llfxsquilv
De 1.a Rosa, Manuel San Ilirgn
Twice a week The Union Building lobby is 'Filled will1 free liferafure seekers.
4, 1 Q
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Class of '54
Bre - Del
llillml. Billye Faye
llurllznm, Betty loam
lillis, NOI'Il1Zlll Dean
lipps, David O,
' Df'f'aI ll r
linl mann , Glzulyve .Xevon Dallas
Eucluly, Harold, jr. Grandfalls
liverett. Perry joy
Foster. Ray Nell
lfmvler. jo Ami
A 1111 rrp'
.llnnalza r xx
l.uml1cl, Iznlwzml I
Calling Kefauver flus may be 'lhe source of flying saucers.
Garner. Bobby Amarillo
can-rcii. Dorothy jo Cism
Gentry, Don lfarl Ilvllflll
Gill, Charles Miami
Gilliain, Bessie Bells
Gilliam. Harold Dallas
Glasgow. Bill Dallas
Glasgow, xllflillll Sugar Laml
Golilc, Ann Iiasra
Godwin. kloliny Ben l,I'lIlf'l"l0!I
Golloln. Nlikc Tyler
Gorclcn. Shirley Lufl-:in
Grant. Raymond Dallas
Gray, Wynonia jean Malfanlc
Grccn. .loc f'ervi.v
Gregory, Belly jo Dallas
Gregory. Dorothy Valley Viva'
Griffin. Bill llvlIXIlllllf'lll!'
Griffin, Mary jo Anna
Grisham. Billy Ii. Graml Prairil'
Grogan. jane lilaonzburg
Grnlmc, livclyn Dentmz
Gucsl. Belly Dublin
Gullcclgc. jackie Port Artlzar
Gullclx. Jacqueline lierniil
Gnlicrrcl. Arturo l.nis lapala
Hacsli. Doran Dallax
Hailey. H. Ma jr
Hall, Billy john
rinc llclcn Dallas
. For! llvllflll
Oul here is where lhose birds and bees 'lhal we have 'lallied abcul' live.
Dil - Hal
lhlilllllllflll, Blake L,
lizmsc-11. 'I hw june
Hzlrris, l'alill Rogers
Halssvll. lilimlmclli B
llziwlxins. lfvlix S,
Hznym-s. Riclizml lf.
ll1lyS. Billy ciUI'll0Il
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lll'Illll'l'sUll. litllll jo
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Hinton, l'1-illu Aim Il'l1il1'r1'1igl1l
llolmlcll. Hill A111111
Hollznul, Kzillicriuc Kuwn lI11ll11s
When 'lhey have 'Finished re-finishing, lhey'll lilcely all be finished.
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Hllllll1L'l'l. llcc Drew IJIIHIIX
l'llllIIlJll!'lCS. Henry 1f1ig1'z1'11111l
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joncs, Palsy C1211-olyxl
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ls ll possible fha? a blackboard mlghl' be fermed a musical inslrumenf?
Class of '54
Ham - Kap
Dad 1+ ever s+r1lce you 'rl'1a+ a man IS praclically always 1
Kenslelx clll1ll'lL'S 61111111 Prairie
Keith. hlezm I.11l1ise
Kell1l111'l'. lxvlllllllll Nl'lll
Kelly. lgl'llC'C li.
KL'lllll'il lx. Peggy
Killcler. W. I..
R1'11l1p. .I11l111 ll,
1,11 Cue, lJ111'oll1y
IAZIIIC, Doris Marie
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l.z1ti111e1'. Belly .xllll
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Long, Mary Beth
ha G roesbeck
McKenzie, Christy Dave I.ruzmsIz'r
MrtNalt, Marilynn Dallas
MeNntt. Patsy Clllllllllflll'
Mt'Sween, .john Roherl Kererzs
l,e Roy, J r
M assey, Doris
Massey, Marion L.
May, George Reid
San A I1 toniu
lo adapl' fhemselves immecliafely lo cards, library ca+alog and olherwise.
Class of '54
Kea - Mid
'W N ff ,
For advanced sludenls
Miles, Maury Kathryn
Miller. limlwin Celina
Miller. Lou .hm Paris
Nliller. xlilflllil llallrgr' Station
Nlills, lYclclm1 Otto llizlillnrd
Milner, Nlziry Alice illlllillllll
Nlilchell, lfreil ll'f'slm1
Mitchell, Lnyil lluile
Nlolmlev. Orwin G.
NIOCllCllllL'l'lltll. May Dell fi!lll'll'XlUll
Monk. Clzimle Lynn
hl00l'lll2lll, O, IJ.
Niclmls, ulzinies Dzlvicl
Noel. Sammy li.
O'NI:1lley. lilhel Gene
Pzlrker, Belly Ann
, lhere are courses on how lo work lo make a slipsliclr worl: for you.
., me ifyfgg, 5 ?fQi1ff1iQi lk. af
.,wlr,. is ,fi R, ,
Sophomores Q A
Patrick, Bobby Allen
Patrick, jerry H.
Payne. Betty Belle
Perkins, Barbara Bethe Saint jo
Perry, Elza, Jr. De Leon
Pettigrew, Paul Fort Worllz
Piper, joetta Dallas
Pittman, Enid Denton
Poe, Mary Janette Denton
Pollard, Don Kent Dallas
Pollard, Donna Cooper
Pool. jane Nerfacla
Porter, jackie Fort Iforllz
Porter, Pat .S'l1amroz'lr
Powers. Phyllis .laslin
Price, Betty Jane .lI1'Creg'm'
Price, Norris Ifrfaul
Price, Sari Lynn Demon
Ragstlale. james YV.
Rathke, Nancy Ruth
Reaves, Helen Lark
Reeves, Mary Ruth
If pulling one's elbows on fables is bad manners, we have a library full of bad manners.
Class of '54
Richardson, Jeanne Port Arthur
Richardson, jo Ann Bonnie
Richardson, Linda Jane Wecsler
Richman, Claudine Prairieville
Roark, Charles Beaumont
Roberts, John Dallas
Roberts, johnny H Wichita Falls
Roberts, Pauline Quitman
Roberson, Linwood john Denton
Robertson, Mary Gay Olney
Robertson, Shirley Ann Irving
Robinson, Joan Pasadena
Rodgers, Barbara Estelle Hicu
Rogers, Billie Ann Cleburne
Ross, Linnie Krum
Ross, Menda DeKalb
Ruger, Kay Baytown
Rutherford, Ann Greenville
Sanders, Albert B.
Selhnan, Nancy J.
P11 rl uni li
A home ec class lakes a break and sits on lhe 'fables while learning 'lo make some of same.
Shelton, Bobbie S
Shepard, Frank Dallas
Shoulders, Ben Denton
Shults, Anita Cllillimllu'
Sides. lidith dlfclllllfl'
Simmons, XVanda june Dallas
Sims, Sonya Cism
Slaughter, Anne Erlgezvnml
Sloan. Gerald C. San Saba
Smith Bobby Lee Bryson
Smith Carolyne Dallas
Smith Gene Lazlzurlrliff
Smith james D. linfrlcerzrirlgr'
Smith james H. I.1'zuis:fillw
Smith jay I5urke1fillf'
Smith, -Iilllllly ll't"!1llI6'l'f0l'll
Smith Lois Jean Dallas
Smith, Patsy Wellizzgtmz
Smith Robert G. Dallax
Smith Shirley Denim:
Smothers, Jo Ann Fart llvlllifll
Snell, Sally Ann I.ufkir1
Sparks. Nlary Afaihix
Spell. Marilyn Dallax
Spivey. Sally Prairie Hill
Spratt. Sammy Sllllgfl
Stanford, Nlelvia jean l'.lll'll1I"l'Si'llll'
Stark, l.ec. jr. Houxlrm
Stearns. Richard ll, Iinrgm'
Steedc. Carolyn San Antonin
Stiles. Kirby Dallas
Story, Robert Irving
Stout, jerry Dale fiainffsvillr'
Strickland, tilavcl Odessa
Stringer, Alan Harris Ifart ll'0rIlz
Stroop, Fred Waxaharlzir
if f .ig
Could working in +l1ese lillle slalls be an example of modern educa'rion's individual allenfion?
Class of '54
Rey - Sl'r
Swan, Paul llznrrcll
SWCCIICI, NUTIIIZI -Ivan
'I'zu'kill, IICIII -lo
'I ZIIIUII. .loc
'I ipps. Gum'
IIl'llIII. Iluris I,.
'I hmnus, .IZIIIIKC Clilmln
VIIIIUIIIHS. XIZIII xlorcllzl
li: vxxs fm
'l'Immpsm1. Iiclly .Ymv Cnxllff, Pri.
IIYIIUIIIIJSUII. Curl Klum' linrgffr
'I'I1rm1psol1. Nun IIlf'.vrf1liir'
IIIIIYCIIII. Ilzlrlxzlrzl lI'ills I'oi'Jl
IIIIIFCSIICI1 Dunsllml fflllff'
IYLIIIIIIICII. .Xmlzxlzcl ICQ
Irznnmcll. l'x'amL Phillip
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IIQIIIIIICII, I,C0lIIlll .xllllflll
'l'11rncr, hlzmcll Ilnllas
Yzllcitfllvlzl. IQIIIICIIC' llnllnx
Yam .X1'scIzlIl, f:lll'2I lu' firllwzfslolz
Yun Hwy. ,IIIIIIIII Ilrlllns
Yoclkcl. Rllf IX. ffzlmu
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NYzllImric'k. Nanny II'i1'l1iI11 Ifnllx
YYz1lcl0. CIBIIIIIIII fimml Prairie
XYZIIIKCII .Xllcn Ilznrwy Dallas
If fhis is an example of modern inierior decorafing, 'fake us back Io The good old days.
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xvily, 'l'nm 1'i1l1j'l1!lf1Il
XvC2llllCI'l'Cll, Hclcu C1111'1111111
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XVclml1, Peggy jean li1'111111111111
XVcl1cr, lfztith 1J11ll11.v
NVel1stC1'. jztrk 111111115
Webster, Stuzmne 111111 l1'111'111
XYCIIS, ll, CL, 'I'111i11
H'clls, Rolmcrt Dun .ll1'1'i1li1111
XYCIIS, Shirlcy lIl1'11111'111'
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Whitcsiclc. -lack Hzirwi lJ111111.v
xvllyllllfll, llcvcrly 171111115
Willmurn, Benny Nlziy li11Ax'l1111'11
XYilliznns. lfrzuik Russell, lr.
XK'illizuus, Otis Ray
In cooking classes lwo cooks are no+ 'll1ougl'1lo'fes being l'l1e'1oo many who spoil 'l'
Class of '54
Sl'u - Wil
YYillsoi1. llzlviil R.
YX'ilsoll. Qluscpli ll,
3 ' x
lYl'igl1l, llclly hlczm
Yllllllg. Villa Dean II1'11rlf'1',s'm1
Youngblood. Raymond Brute
ficglcf- Milff' Qzzilnzan
Leffz Labs are fine proving grounds for chief cooks and bollle washers.
Above: If +l1e ladies will be sealed, +l1is Ieclure period will begin.
Vi K' Q
,ws g Q mi
H ,gags 2146
'U WTS., Q, am
l Aclznns. Billy Joyce
Adams. Mary Snc
Agcc, Jann-s Clark, .lr
Allen. Loyd liclgzn'
:xll1fX. C105 Tlmmzus
.Xllclcl's1m. .loc lxfllllli
,-Xl'lI1Sll'Ollg. Kllmzlrlvs NI
Arnold, Dennis D.
.X1'nul1l. Cin-nc Cl.
Xtkins. Nlnry Yirginiu
Xlwmumncl, Suv .Xnn
AllSlll1. Zonal lfuyc
llznilcy. 'lm' Dann
linker. Bllly lllll
Bull, .Xnnn lK2llllCI'lll
Bzlnks. Maury llynn
S11 Hgf' V
Furl lI'm Ill
Perhaps fhis chemislry class has received a sho? of laughing gas.
Barron, l,.lll'llfl2l Ann
Baxter, Rehn .Xnnc .llarslzall
Bean, Belly l,cc Kilgore
Beane. Rita Clzillimfluf
Bealy. Mary Unyncll Dallas
Beznlcllunlp. Dorothy C0l'SlL'Illl!l
Belcher. Reagan Dallas
Bell. Hurolcl Carmlllmz
Bcll, Lcclnn Azzlnwy
Benclcr. .Inncllc jvffmsruz
Bennett, .loc liclwin Grallam
Bennett. Nancy Fort ll'orIll
Berry, -IZIIIICS Dallas
Bert, Elena Marie Dallas
Bcvers. Spcnzcr Pilol Pain!
Bevis. Donna Houslrm
Bickel. lclzl Collinszfillef, Ill.
Biclefclcll. lillinor Dallas
Billingslcy, Nornm Pasarlwza
Bilyen, fll'2lllNlllC 1X'I'1lIll
Bird. Lcon Texarlcana
Bivona. Nl1lI'gllCl'lIC Gzzlzwwlmz
Black, Carol .Xnn Dallax
Black, Pill Furl llmlll
Blankenship, l'utriciz1 Ijmlvn
Blondcll. linlwzlrcl Dwzlmz
Bloom, .loc Nl. .llarslzall
Bloomer, l'lIx1llN'CS Nlzxrie Slzffrman
Bocnkcr, Sue Ann
An lnslruclor is here 'lor lhe reason l'l'1a+ lhis is a class of cul ups.
Class of '55
Ada - Bar
Boron. R111'l1:11'a1 .loan
Buss. Bully lllli'
Blbllllglly, xllllf' l':1lll
Boyer. B11l1l1i1- .xllll
Brzullcy, Nlzlrr lillcn
lirzmzur, l'cggy SIIG
Bl'Clllll'liC. Nurwmrcl xlllfllll D111111s
Brooks. H. lfrzrnk
llrcruks, xlllff SIIG
l5l'UlVll, Duris llliilll
lErc1w11, fffil Nl2lI'lC
Brown. lllllflll' I..
Bruce. lixclyn jenn
Bryant, Jo .Xllll
An enrapiured audlence was held for all of +l1e leclure by +l'1e sfory of Red Riding Hood.
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Clalverx. Rulmlmic lfuyc
linlwzirrl I ce
Czirmll. ll ri
C.zi1'mll. Roy Nl.
C12ll'lCl'. Otis R,
l2ll'lllllCI'S, 'I Iimnus
islccl, Nlziry lillcn
The obieci in que
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sfion here is a siove and we shall aHemp'1'lo whip up somelhlng edible
Cllillllllllll. Xlarx Noll
Cllllllllll. Sllirlcs .hm
Cllristian, Ross W.
Clccre, Mary li.
clOlJlll'll, Peggy C0110
Cody. jolnmy Dallas
Cocly. Nlarvin Dallas
Coggeshall. Pcgc Deatmz
Cole, Ralph Kflllll
Colwcll, llclly Pampa
Compton, Ross Denton
Cone, janncs liclwin Dallas
Connally, l'al1'ic'ia Garland
Cook, .Xllon Dc'z'aIur
Cook. .xl'llllll' Luc Dallas
Cook, licllyc Rosa' Dallas
Cook, Don ll'l1ilr'u'rigl1t
Cook, xvllfllt' lirysmz
Cooper, Beryl ll. lllflllllglllll
Cooper, lfaycllv .lane IJKHIUH
Cooper, Miko Culorarlo City
Collrscy. .Xllan Dallas
Cox. llilly liranrl Prairie
Cox. liarlmra Harrell
Cox. llaximl lfurmzm livllzfue
Craig. Conway ll'l1i!f'z1'riglzt
Craxvforcl, Gayle 1.f'z1'iszfille
Crcel, Billy L. Gremzville
Cross, Kay Denton
From llwe arl deparlmenl -lhere come welcome signs of llwe lalesf in up 'lo dale crayonings.
Cox. lclvs N'aynne
Cunnnings. Neil S.
llunningliani. Lois Nell lionzaalon
Davis, Boyce Wayne
Davis. KI. Ann
Davis, Lela joan
Dees, Fred H.
Ditson, Rllflllll Kay
Dixon. Mellini glean
Dobbs. Cilara jo
Dodd, james Lane
Dodd, Nancy june
No sooner has an
Iiva a mon!
lin n is
exlmibil gone up in lhe library lhen people begin 'frying fo figure if oui.
Class of '55
Cav - Docl
Dorn, Bettyc Sue
l Douglicrty, Blames
llouglzxs, Dnrotlry Jo
llouglzlss, jtnncs A.
Douglas, Jerry Nell
Drcyer, M ary A nn
Duke, james A.
Dunklin, Billy M.
l1ll1'll2llU, Lee Etta
lizirnliart, Sylvia jean
Eaves, Nun Marlene
liclluls, .Xvu June
liclcn. Mary jane
lillis, Mary Beth
liruns, Maltz: Lee
1'l2lI'lllC1', Ilurx cy
Sun lighf, boolcs and sluclenl' workers malre lhe lab school library 'lops wilh 'fhe
If rack an ridge
l'1llisun, Ruby Anneline limilzam
S1111 rma '1
Ferguson. .IZIIIICS Philip lI'im1sI1m'o
Ficllling. .Iznncs Robert Dnllnx
Firkins, l,0l'Cllf Fort I'1f7!H'fll
lfiscllcr, B2lI'lJ2ll'1l June Hrlnzsllirzf
Flulmgun. lil-lly flffggfllll
lflancry. Ylllgllllll .SIIIIPQVI
lflcisrlucr. Nlnry Bclh Rorksjnrings
lfllllll, Pzxlly Slrrmwz
Flowers. Alla Mzlril- Vermm
lflynl. lllilllll .XVUIYHIKI
Forhis. Aluncl Dlzllzm
l'kUI'Cll2lllll, Nlury Lou Ff'P'I'l.X'
Fosler. Palsy DCIIHHI
Fowler, lfllgljlll' Franklin,
Franklin. june Dallas'
lfrzxnkliu. l'hil Riillillll Dallas
1'llsCCIlIklll. joycl- Allzwns
FI'CClll2lll, john Russell D6 1.0011
I-'ry Bzlrlmzlrzl .jo lfl'UIl'lII 1'411 ul
l'1'y. joyrc lfixro
Gallowzly. xlillf IAOLI
flillxlllllllf, Cllcnnu l.ec
Ilzfming, AXVFU' .llexim
Is anyone inferesfed in a iob which requires nollxing more fhan being inleresled in gluing?
Class of '55
...Q Dor - Ger
11m-va .Ml -
Q is.-as,.f,g,,x 2' 5 li, -..-,sw
Rau e 1
7 'Q G reel 1. Be l 1 r
Ve Ghent. Yxonne
-W Gilherl. Alllllkl
. .V 1 Gilchrist, xvlllllll' X "
H Gilhnore. Dzirill
'mf ALL . , .
45 ' M Glhhs, Curtis .XIIIIC
Gihhs, Wannlai Beth
Goolle. Glen R.
Goss. lellnzi Yxonne
Gough. Rzirzi .Xnn
Green. lizlclie Lon
Green, jerry K.
'fs'-"2-': is wg,-' We - , - , it
" W' '?'f '
G 'Sell. Hex erly llllk'
Gutierrel, Alice S.
' -' Xilli
Grahznn, Shirley Mac:
Greer, Llnirles .-X., -Ir
lffllulll 0 nt
S un ray
Grinke. llzirriel Ghrisline Dallas
Iiloo nl ll u rg
cillefglllll, Nlzirilyn Corpus Christi
Would all of you like lo learn a new game called "hide and go seek?"
Hanes, Nlarllia .Xnne
Harher, ly ena
Hargrove, Noel li.
Harvick, Lethal lfayr
1,11 A111111 Ili'
Hawkins. Robert f:lIl'g!'7
Hay, Palsy Sue fllllllgl'
Hayes. Mayne 1Jl'IIl1H1
Haynex. .Xnn 'l'Vrl1'1
Haynie, l'iI'!lllI1C xllllllflll
Hays. Gwen llvllfll
Head. Marshall li1'1f1'111fill1'
Heck, Doris F1111 llvflllll
Hedrick, Milli 1f71IIlS
Hellams, Virginia lifzyxw' City
Henderson, Mary R11y11111111l1fill1'
Eillier fha fellow on 'lhe lefl' isn'+ inlereslecl or he neglecled +o be even "half safe."
Class of '5 5
Ghe - Hen
Hensley, Billy Loyce
Herring, Mary Kay
Hicks, Mary Ann
Hill, jack M.
Hill, jerry Lynn Ii1'ia'g'1fpo1'l
Hill, Leo Frank Dallas
Hill, Lois Marie Mffxia
Hill. Shirley Dallas
Hillholl, Sue Dallas
Hilliard, Rohert Dz'11I011
Hillin, Marjorie I1'r1sl1o111
Hodges, Maurice 1lIOII!lllIl!I5
Hodges. Xvlllilllh G. SfI!'l'IlIllI1
Holley, Elmer Roy Dallas
Honeyeutt. joe Prob illlllil
Hooper, Fred V. I3111'li11g1fo11, N. C.
Hoolen, Ruth lleloise Dallas
Hopkins, Charles 17111111111
Hopkins, Freclnlie Krzlm
Hopkins, Rae Ann F1771 Il"f11'1'l1
Horne, Mary Alice Pari.x'
Houston, l.yLlia lfaye Easilanrl
Colorarlo Sj11'i11g5, Colo.
Hueslis. K. Hlayne Forsan
Huey. Mary .lane Aflon
Huffman, Minor lIo11slo11
llufstetler. il'll0lIlZlS Allaula
Hughes, jinuny IJl!1.S'fIl'I'
Hughes, Lynn lIll.SlllI
Hughes. Peggy Ifllll Worllz
Hughes, Peggy joyce I'lai111fi1'z1'
Hulse. Glenda Ijlllefielrl
Huniphreys, jean Dallas
Dr. Holland and speech class fake lime ouf for an informal debale.
Htnnplneys, Robert l'.. Jr.
Hutchinson, Yl'illiam 1.11r1'1111
Iley, Mary Lee 1'lUI'1ll'J'
Itnel. Dale Slfrfllylrmvz
Ince. llavitl 01111111
Ingram. Leona Anne 1.11 .l111r1l111'
Ingram, Patricia Ann 111111115
Irion. Doris Jean D111111.r
Isom, Sherrie 1J111111.s
Jacobs. liarhara Krunz
Jacobs, Bohhy K1'111'r
James, Xvllllillll 13111111111
James. Ann 111111113
Jaynes. Rheta 1311111111111
Jefferies, Janell A1111t'1Il?
Jenkins. Omer .l11's11z1iIe
Jennings. Joanne 171111119
Jennings. Paul 1J1'11i,s1n1
Jeter, Carolyn Jean lrzfing
Johnson, Avis Joy S1111 f11lgllS111Il'
Johnson Bettie Sue S1ll'1'11ll11I
Johnson ljlfllllll lleon 111111115
Johnson John lhonias 1'm.s1m'
Johnson Jon Klart' 811111110111
Johnson. l'aula Mann 1,Il111li
Johnson, llilfllllilltl liason.
Johnston. Dolly 1'1n'1 Il'1n'l11
Johnston. Paula Slat' SlIl'1'11ll111
Jones. Dorfille 1JIl11l1S
Jones, G. D. 11115611
Jones, Gloria lI'111'11
Jones, Jean HIIIQFI'
When all those men can loolc so happy and nol a gurl in llwe class the prof musl be oltay
jones, K. Lee
Jones, Peggy Dallas
jones. Vera Ann Friona
Judd, Bnlmlmie Rulli Lancaster
jun, Dorothy Fort Worth
jungbecker, Elvern Houston
justice, Robert WV:-llter Cisra
Kahler, james H. Cameron
Key. Artlnn' luck
Kimlmrell, jo .Xnn
Kindred, linnice Virginia
King, YVilli:nn H.
Uncensored surveyal of "arl" is one of 'Phe arl deparlmenl's forles.
1 , '
Kudelka, Betty Galveston
Kyle, Frank Fort Worth
Laminack, Marian Beaumont
Langford, John Dallas
Lanier, Bobbie Douglassville
Lawhon, Johnny Denton
Leath, Barbara Henderson
Leatherman, Judy Ennis
Leddy, Peggy Fort Worth
Leeman, John Bonham
Lege, Anne Pasadena
Lehmberg, Lee Carl Jr. Irving
Lennington, Jo Ann May
LePori, Juanita Dallas
Lester, Jeanice Dallas
Lewis, Lavonne Breckenridge
Line, Janice Fort Worth
Linehan, Wayne Sanger
Little, Katherine A. jacksboro
Lockwood, Carolyn Joy Beaumont
Logan, Betty Sue
Love, Mary Jo
Lovell, Mary Joanne
Lowe, Joe Ernest
"Now, it says here, and I am quoting, 'Quoth the Raven, nevermore'.'
Class of '55
.Ion - Luc
Lucas, Helen Jean Grapevine
Luecke, Carolyn Amelia Dallas
Lueckc, Marilyn Edith Dallas
Luna, Thom Dallas
Lutrell, jimmy Dallas
Iluttrell, Nelda Seminole
Lyle, Patricia Ann Henderson
Lyles, Rossie Panhandle
McBryde, Sarah Denton
Mcflanless, Nella Faye Ilasea
MeClanal1an, Mary Lou Dallas
McCord, Lura Ferris
McCrary, Robert Eugene Dallas
McCreless, Gayle Denton
Mcliver, Sally Ennis
McGaugl1ey, Vera Benjamin
McGee, Lucille Galzfeston
W 11 i tes b oro
Mashburn, Martha Nan Dallas
Markey, Nadyne Houston
Marr, Ann jaekslmro
Marshall, Barbara joan Dallas
Marshall, lidna Loy lforl l'Vm'lli
Marshall, jerry Dermil
Martin, Andrew D. Terrell
Martin joan Denison
Martin, jo Ann La Porte
Martin Violet Ann Weallzerfnrd
Massey Margaret Port Arthur
Hard fo realize, buf fhose lam session foes are working for credit
Masters, May Beth Mexia
Matthews. Billy Ifort lllflflll
Maxwell, Robert N. Dallas
Maxwell, Shirley Ann Wilnzw'
Maxwell, Theresa Gawsrfilla
Mayo, Thressie Marie Dallas
Mayo, Thomas M. Dallas
Means, Dick Pecos
Means, Mary Kate Paris
Mehaffey, jerry Gorman
Melton, Madelynn lline Warn
Meine, David L. lVir'l1iIa Falls
Middleton, Melvin Byron Jr.
Miles, James Graprfrfina
Milholland, Larry Dallas
Milner, jerry F.
Minick. joe IJ.
Mon tgomery, Jerry
Moore, Mary Sue
Moser, John Wm.
A group of fufure homemalrers praclice driving home a point.
Class of '55
Luc - Mos
1 Mulkey, Charles Denton
l Muller, Mary Lou Houston
Mullins, Charles B. Poteet
Mullinax, Sue Kermit
Murphy, Mike N. McKinney
Murphy, Vllilliam H.
Myers, jo Ann Dallas
Neal, Franklin YV. Dallas
Neely, Eula Kate Brownwood
Neely, Rosemary Fort Worth
Nelson, Barbara Lee Fort Worth
Nelson Margie Denton
Nelson, Preston Port Arthur
Nelson, Steve Gilmer
Nevans, Melba Sharron Brownwood
Nicholson, Ertie Lou Dallas
Nicholson, Mona Leta Depart
Nitcholas, Monty McKinney
Nobles, Richard Dallas
Norman, Beth Blum
Norman, Grace Bryan
Nunn, Shirley Fabens
O'Brien, Johnny Dallas
O'Dell, Kenneth Denton
Oghurn, Martha Ann jefferson
Oliver, Anna Denton
Oliver, Charles Mart
Oliver, Eunice N. Denton
Ordway, Donna Laredo
Osborne, Nellie Panhandle
Oswalt, Kenneth Gene Sherman
Owen, Clifford VVayne Quanah
Owens, Saralyn Carthage
Page, Evelyn Denton
All righ+, you business maiors, le+'s get on with this moving.
Parker, Gayla joy
Parker, Margaret Ann Alarslzall
Parker, Pat Dallas
Parker, Vernon Horace Dallas
Parks, Yvonne Dallas
Partin, Chick Jennan Fart Worllz
Parvin, Laura Denton
Patterson, Shirley Fart Stockton
Pauley, janet AICCt1Ill6'y
Payne, june Dallas
Peacock, Barbara Mineola
Pendleton, B. YV. Kennil
Pendleton, Camille Farznerszfille
Perkins, Joyce Pilot Point
Perry, Cora Margaret Marshall
Perry, Frank Dallas
Peterman, Shirley Dallas
Peters, jo Ann Fort II'ortl1
Petersen, jack Denton
Phife, Delores Dallas
Philpott, Lola Mae Slzerlnan
Pickens, Connie Gilmer
Pierce, Kenneth B'I'UZUl1Zl'Ullfl
Pilcher, ,ICZIIICIIC Abilene
Pinegar, Bruce South Bend, Intl.
Pinson, Bill jr.
Pittman, Sara Howell jacksonville
3 ,,,, M. ,,,. .,
Listen, my children, and you shell hear how +o use +l1is Revere.
is 1,3 . W
Class of '55
Mul - Pop
A necessary evil 'For a graduafing arf maior
Powell, Barbara Lee
Powell, jimmy XV.
Powell, Sam R.
Prince, Johnny Earl
La n ra Jeanne
lilill eo la
Richards, Betty Jane Mineral Wells
Richards, Mary Jane Galveston
Richardson, Thomas Harvey
is his senior exhibit
Riley. Nlury .Io
Roberts, llorure Mike
Roberts. Lynn 1gUZl'l!?
Roberts, Veltlzt Higlllands
Robertson, Carol 1ir1m'n11'o0d
Robertson, Sully .llurlin
Robinson. Mniclln line Dallas
Robinson, Gnyrene Iiastland
Robinson, Patsy Ruth livaummzt
Rocldie, john lint Springs
Rogers, Cliztrlie S1lllllICl ilI!'lXvllIlICj'
Rogers, -luck I.. Dallas
Ronhovtle. Nlbl'lll1l Szfynznzn'
Ronntree, Uoltln Marshall
Rowen, Glenn Iirnvgei'
Royce. Rennt-ll fladdo Mills
Rncltl. Dorothy lx'rum
Suffle, Norman Iirzzrzfrtillff
Salas, lclzilizt Dallas
Salmon, Mary Kathryn Linden
Samples, Ronny D. Pampa
Sandell, Frank KI. jaytmt
Sanderson, Sannlnie Iferris
Saunders. Marlene lioswe
Sellimelpfenig, l.onise Plano
Scott. Bill I.z'fors
Serafino, Nancy Ann
Sewell. George jr.
Sbztuberger, Ruth E.
I. ll lnlmfk
Sweet wa I rf r
A lrfa rudo
Frankly, Mr. Hyder, wlwal do you lhinlr aboul fhis 'Farm program?
Class of '55
Por - Sha
Shawver, Mary Lois jacksboro
Shelley, Doris Ann Donna
Sherwood, Melba Edgewood
Shields, Mildred Azle
Shipley, David Dallas
Shobe, Peggy Dallas
Short, Eva Seymour
Shown, Frances ,Iacksboro
Shuman, Mary Frances Denton
Sikes, Joan Denton
Sikora, Betty Joyce Wharton
Silk, Nancilu Frisco
Simmonds, Charles Vernon
Simpson, Carolyn Eleanor Dallas
Simpson, Lucille Keller
Skelton, james E. Linden
Skiles, Janet Richardson
Sloan, Patricia Ann jerrnyn
Smztllwood, J. B. jr. Fort Worth
Smart, james H. Carrollton
Smith, Barbara Abilene
Smith Bill Novice
Smith Chadwick Dallas
Smith, Delmu Sue Fort Worth
Smith Don Haskell
Smith Donald Ray Mesquite
Smith Donna Dallas
Smith Doris LaVerne Dallas
Smith Helen Dallas
Smith Jo Ellen Grapevine
Smith, Lee Dallas
Smith Laurin Dallas
Smith, Ruth L. Corpus Christi
Slllilh NVanda Wichita Falls
Soliz, Joe Hector
Spain, joe Beth
Fifteen lashes 'lo 'lhe first girl who thinks about dunking +he prof.
Sparklnan, jerry IJ,
Stallcnp, Carol Ann
Stephens, Henry L. Roswell, N. M.
Stewart, jack Kamuv
Stewart. 'Iknniglen Fort Wortlz
St. john, Louise Wam
Stockard, Dora Anne Lewisville
Stotts, Dan Post
Stout, Louis lllilmer
Stovall. Sara Dallas
Strange, Rayburn Hereford
Stratton, Frank Anglelun
Strickland, jucly Celina
Sucldatlt, Sue Denton
Sullivan, Claudette Sanger
Sullivan, Dixy Nacogdocltes
Sullivan, Sue Springtozvn
Suttles, james li. Forsmz
Switzer. li. XY. Denton
Sykes, Wyolene Iiixfins
lalmor, NI. 'l'. jr. Dallas
Talliott, lN'illa Ifrillge11m'l
Taylor, Barbara Dallas
Taylor, Mary Evelyn Pulnanz
Taylor, Norma jean Mineral Wells
l'aylor, Thotnas Quarzalz
Teetz, joan Kerens
Terrell, jecltlie Mack Terrell
Terry, D. Samuel Quarzalz
In 'lhis major, Singer doesn'll1ave1l1e same meaning as al 'the music hall.
Class of '55
Sha - Ter
.. .,,,.,a:1l. M3
Ba L 52'
vl'll1lXlUII, ljunics Donald Dallas
'I IIUIHZKS, Nlilfy Ann fUIlfllS0lI1lillI'
IQIIOIIIRIS, Palsy .Io lingers, Ark.
lliomzxson. Bcity Fort Il'orllz
lvlI0lll2lSUl1, Helen Louise
l'll4llII1DS0ll. Sue Wcfslafo
VIQIIUIIIIJSDII. W. Ross Nllfllfflllllfl
vllllllflb. 'liliomns R. Dallas
VIQIIFUUID. Dinzlll Lou firrlpcflfille
'l'ollL'11. -lame Sll!'l'IIlIII1
'lricIsc'l1, Hollis ID, Sanger
'l'i'iL-lscli. Iillizm Krum
'l'roc-goin julian Dflllfill
illl'llCX. Bill Cnlumlnia Citv, Ind.
l'llL'lxCli. K1lll1lCl' S!'j'IllOIlV
Vl'lll'lICl'. Doris ,sZl'!'6'lZl'lllf'l'
Iiulhill. Neil IZ. Dallas
l'mpln'css. Xlil Dallas
Yam Hooscr. Rottie Nlzlc Dallas
Yznrncr. .Xrlcn New lioslon
YCllllllCY2l, Cilorizx Denlon
Ycslzll, joan Ballinger
Yickrcy. Palsy Jlrkinney
XY1lCllCklll, Conrail A. Ennis
XYllgUllCI'. Nanny .Xllll lI'ir'l1ila Falls
xvlllilljll. Nlziry Ilfllll Grferlzfillff
Wulmlrlip. Donna S1143 fl7'!lf1l"2"lI1f'
Walker. Don .llirwral Wells
Walker. limlrlic jczm 1'enu'f'll
Walker. l'xl'2llll'lllC Frisfo
Walker. .lznncs ll. Alizzffral U'z'Ils
XYz1lkL'r. .ICZIII Dallas
Walker. Ifjon Denton
XV:1lke1', Mary Kullierin
Wullufc, Nlllflllil Dallas
Waxllzxcc, Mary Elizzibclll
El Dorado, Ark.
Air-age conscious cacleis hear L+. Bryani' discuss Air Science and Taclics.
XVallace. 'I onnny
YVarcl, Belly jo.
XVHITCII, Ruth Is'
XV2lTSl'lllllIl, lX'alter N.
WVatson, llarlmara jane
YVatkins, Boll lJr'11i.mn
NValson, Carol Ann l.mm'la
YVatson. Nita Belle Allilwze
XVatson, Shirley Ann Trim
XVaxman, Annette Allmnyv. N. Y.
NVelrIm, .Xnn Ifaugffr
XVelmlm, Patricia llallax
XVell1urn. I.aln'ita l'.IlIIIll'I'XJ'lHl'
NYelc'l1, Dan Qmlmllz
lVells, -lo Ann
XYl1ite. Betty Margaret
XVl1ile. Mary lilizabetli lirmrm 1'4:f ul
XYl1ile, Mary Sue living
YVhilesicle. Marilyn lx'ingxz'illf'
XYhitesicle, Nell Marie llullnx
xVlllllCllllCI'g, Georgia Hi'l'!'1H'l1liIlg'l'
YVilkins. Alllll llr'w'fmrl
XVilkinsnn. I.. G. lfmritx
YYilks. Stanley Neal Prirlfwlml, X. ul.
xvllli2llIlS, Betty jo Iluuslrm
Hfilliains, Bonnie lirmzil
XVil1ian1s, Alanie Lou Dallas
YVilliznns. Marvin Dallas
Isn'+ 'lhal iusl' 'loo cozy! Exac+ly as many boys as fhere are girls.
Class of '55
Tha - Wil
Williams, Mary lfranees
XYillianis, Paula Faye
Wilson, liex erly
Wilson, .jerry Ann
XYilson, Rolierl D.
E lX'ingi'ielcl, muy joe
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Woniack, Juanita Rlllll
Worthington, David P.
Lilly llollynfoorl, Fla.
Shirley Cliirago, Ill.
B row 71 woo d
Williams, 'l 'lionias Robert
Willis. I.a1'1'ie Jean Wielzila Falls
.Sea fry, A rk.
Library service majors spend much lime in siaclcs and shelves.
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Ed Curry, Presicleni Bill Boyd. Vice Presiden+ L. A. Kendrick, Vice Presicleni'
Marian Robinson, Secreiary Pai Ballweg, Treasurer Shirley Murphy' Secrelary
Dillon Bowden, Presiclenl'
Elizabeili Hall, Vice Presicleni
Charles Maxwell, Treasurer
Marian Echols, Secreiary Gloria Spangler, Treasurer
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"How,s the Yucca coming?" "When's the
Yucca gonna be out, John?',
lf each person who asked me that during the
year had paid me a nickel every time he asked,
I would be a much richer man. But, as a mat-
ter of fact, I am richer anyhow, because those
innocent questions were expressions of true
interest in when the 1952 Yucca would at last
be turned from the editors and staff members
to the student body.
It has been a wonderful privilege for us to
work with the book, to lose sleep and miss
classes and meetings so that you, the students,
might have a book to look at and remind you
of the school year 1951-52 at North Texas.
Responsible for the student life section, the
biggest in any Yucca, and still, so far as we know,
the biggest in the nation, was Madie Echols.
Madie not only met my greatest expectations,
but exceeded them.
Margaret McReary was an executive whiz
as organizations editor. Hers was the idea for
livening the organizations with informals,
which proved to be a thousand-fold headache.
Martha Davidson Morris took time out to
get married, but came through for me just as
she has for the past two Yucca editors. WVithout
her experience from past years and her general
secretarial ability, we might never have met the
Bill Martin took sports from scratch, and had
to put up with my ideas from the start. To-
gether we worked out a better-proportioned
sports section, with organizations and sports
getting Yucca space in accordance with their
This year the photography staff was extended
to three members, with Jack Murray contribu-
ting experience gained through two previous
years with the Yucca, Kenneth O'Del1 adding
a freshman's enthusiasm mixed with a profes-
sional's ability, and joe David Ruffin's faith-
fulness and earnestness.
Benny Karnes augmented this trio's work by
shooting all the Who's Wfho at North Texas.
Some of Benny's work smacks of professional-
Marilyn Whiteside came in early in the spring
semester and began writing copy which un-
questionably is the freshiest ever seen in any-
body's Yucca. Her mind is as creative as any
And then there's Yucca's grand adviser,
D. Hall Jr. We didn't always see eye to eye,
but we worked very closely in presenting this
Yucca, especially the opening section.
For extra help which they alone can evalu-
ate, thanks to Joan Martin, Patsy Robinson,
Dorothy Yarnell, Nelda Luttrell, Gerald Mfat-
ers, Dorothy Dishman, Bobbie Jim Lanier, and
To Dolores, Rita, Jo Ann and Martha in the
print shop for doing about half the staff's
work in pasting, reading and typing.
For extra help, mostly informative when no
one else knew where to look, roses to Katie
Henley, Bob and Dude McCloud.
Compliments to the Publications Council,
which had vision enough to send me to
Pittsburgh, Pa., for the annual Associated Col-
legiate Press convention. Without what I
learned there, this Yucca would have been much
degraded in quality.
The following, all professionals, gave their
best to this Yucca, and have almost as much
pride in the finished product as we do.
Jim Sams, of Kingsport Press, Inc. of Kings-
port, Tenn., for this year's cover. YVe had to
knock lots of letters back and forth, but they
came through with what we wanted.
Joe and 1A7allace Hurley of the Hurley Com-
pany in Camden, Ark. They hollered, we
answered, and here it is, right on time.
Becky Reese and Bill Murphree of South-
western Engraving. WVe hollered, they answer-
ed, and the printer was satisfied.
Hungerford-Morehouse art firm in Dallas,
whose title page and end sheet designs give the
book much of its continuity and freshness.
W. D. Smith, commercial photographer, who
came up from Fort Worth to make the organi-
zations photography look simple, yet sharp.
Cunningham's and West's photo studios, for
class section, faculty, and extra photography
when the staff was rushed hardest.
And, to cap it all, that All-American photog
himself, Max of Photo Associates in Dallas.
Without him much of the life of the book and
the enjoyment of being editor would never have
Pardon the personal touch for an ending,
but I really must thank my parents and my
fiancee, Mary Reynolds, for their understand-
ing, love and help during the year. Only they
can know the true meaning of what this job has
been in my life.
So, here it is, readers of the 1952 Yucca. If
a little gladness touches your heart, a little
nostalgia floats over your mind, or a tear comes
to your eye as you view your book, welve ac-
complished our purposes. We've given you
your year back just as you want to remember it.
John A. Lovelace, Editor
Arlington State Club ,
Lambda Delta ,,,
Lambda Pi ......,
Lambda Sigma ,,,
Mu Alpha ...... ,,,,,,,,
Phi Omega ..,. ,,,,
Rho Tau ,,,,,,..,..,...L,,,,,,,,,
Association for Childhood Education
Baptist Student Union
Beta Alpha Rho Beta ,,, .,,a. , .,l, ,,,
Beta Beta Beta ,,,,,,
chi sigma Phi W
Club Varsity ,,,,,,
College Players ,W
Debate Club ,,,, W,
Delta Chi Delta ,W
Delta Psi Kappa ,,,
Delta Signla ,,,,,,,,
Ellen H. Richards ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,
Falcons ,W ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W
Future Teachers of America ,, 334, 335, 336,
Gamma Iota Chi ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,
Gamma Theta Upsilon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,
Geezles ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 294,
Government and Pre-Law Club ,,,,,,,,,,
Jessie Acker qHome Economicsj ,,,,
Tommye Acker fSoc. Dir., Chiltonj ,,
Wayne Adams QI.aboratory Schoolj ,,, WW
Roscoe C. Adkins fGovernmentJ ,,,.,,,,,,.
Anna Alford fLaboratory Schoolj . ,,,,,,,
Louise B. Anderson fSect. Dean of Womenj
Miles E. Anderson fPhySiCSj Y---ff-f.-.--- 41
Ursula Angell qWomens Physical
Educationj WW ,...,,,.,2, -W 56, 330,
Earl A. Arnold QEucationJ .,,,,,,,,....,,
Violet A. Archer fMusicJ ,,..,. .,-.fY,,,,
Raul Askew fJournalismj ,,,,,,,
Ruth Ayers fLaboratory Schoolj ,,
Dorothy Babb qForeign Languagey ,,..,,,. 33
Billie Bailey QWomen's Physical
Educationj ,,,,,,,,,.,.,-fff, W 56, 330, 364
H. G. Baker QBusiness Administrationj ,,,,, 46
E. G. Ballard QEng1ishj ,.,YY,Y4----f--44 - 30
LaCo1a Barlow QBusiness Officej ,,,,,.,,,, 20
Sam Barton 1Economics Sc Sociologyj ,,,,,, 32
Sadie Kate Bass fDir. Dorm. Food Servicej ,20
Gladys Bates fAsst. Registrarj ,,,,,..,.,, 20
George C. Beamer QEducationJ ,,,,,, ,, 50
William F. Belcher, Jr. fEnglishJ ,,, WW30
Imogene Bentley fDean of Hfomenj ,,, ,,, 17
S. A. Blackburn flndustrial Artsj ,, ,, 58
A, Witt Blair qEducationj ,,..,... WW50
Earle B. Blanton Qlndustrial Artsj ,,, ,,, 58
Olna Boaz QEnglishj ,...,,,,,,,,....---- 30
Merl E. Bonney fEducationj ,.,.,,,, 50, 368
Ann Bradley fLaboratory Schoolj ,,,, ,,,, 52
Lottie Brashears fLibraryj ,,,,,,,,,, 71, 373
Paul R. Breckenridge fBusiness
Administrationj .,,,,,,......, WW 46, 315
Harold Brenholtz QEducationJ ,,, ,,,,.. W 50
E. C. Brodie QEng1ishj ,,,,.., .YY.Y.,Y, 3 0
John M. Brooks fBusiness
Administration 46, 353 290
Garland Brookshear fBusiness
Administrationj ,,,,,..,,,,,, ..------ 4 6
Leon Brown fMusicJ ,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,,, 67
Myrtle Brown fMathematicsJ ..,,,,-,--,-- 40
Stephen Buell CSpeechj ,,,, 42, 324, 326, 350
T. S. Burkhalter QChemistryJ ,,,,,,,, 29, 381
J. L. Burks QLaboratory Schooll ,,,,,,,,,, 52
Green Jackets ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 341
House Presidents' Club W W 342
Industrial Arts Club ,,,, ,,,, 343
Intersorority Council ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 10
Interfraternity Council ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, , 311
Junior Mary Arden Club ,,,, ,,, 344, 345
Kapa Delta Pi ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, 346, 347
Kappa Kappa Kappa ,,, ,,, 278, 279
Kappa Mu Epsilon ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 48
Kappa Theta Pi ,,,,,,,, ,,, 280, 281
Kilgore College Club ,,,, ,--.-, 3 49
KOED ,,,,....,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 50
Los Caballeros ,,,,,, ,, 351
Management Club ,,, ,, 352
Marketing Club ,,,, W 353
McCracken Club ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 54
Meritum ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 55
Music Educators National
Conference ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 56 357
Mu Phi Upsilon ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 58
Newman Club ,,, ,,,, 359
Panhandle Club ,,, ,,,,, ,,, 360
Phi Alpha Tau ,,,,,, ,,,, 2 98 299
Phi Alpha Theta ,,,, ,,-,,,,, 361
Phi Delta Beta ,,,,,,,, ,,, 300 301
Phi Gamma Kappa ,,,,,, W, 282 283
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia ,,,, ,,,, , , 362
Virginia Galloway fForeign Languagej ,,,. 33
Emmett F. Camberon QMen's Physical
Educationj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54
Caro M. Carapetyan fMusicJ ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 6 7
Mary Carden fLaboratory School,, , .,W 52
James Carlcy qMusicJ ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 6 7
J. I.. Carrico qChemistryJ ,,,,, W , 29
Velma Lee Cathey fLibraryJ .,-.---,,. 71 354
Lt. I.. E. Catterson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, 396
Maurine Childers QLaboratory Schoolj ,,,. 52
Donald R. Childress fBusiness
Administrationj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, , 46
Herbert J. Chruden QBusiness
Administrationj ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 46, 352
Virginia Clarke qLaboratory Schoolj ,,,,,. 52
S. Cliftonf Englishj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30 376
Fred Cobb fPhysical Educationj ,,,, 54, 227
Millard Collins CBusiness
Administrationj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46, 366
L. F. Connell fPhysicsJ ,,,,,, , W, ,,,,, , 41
Mary Ruth Cook QLaboratory Schoolj ,,,. 52
J. V, Cooke QMathematicsJ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 348
W. A. Cooper fPhysical Educationj ,,,,,, 54
Johnnye Cope fLaboratory Schoolj ,
George Copp fMathematicsJ ,,,,,,,,,,
Donnie Cotteral fPhysica1
Educatlonj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 330 364
V. Y. Craig QEducationJ ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 0
E. P. Crittenden fEnglishJ ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 0
Florence Cullin fGeographyJ W ,,,, 34
Nettie Jo Cummings QForeign
Languagej ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 4
Caroline Currie QBusiness
Administrationj ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 6
O. J. Curry QBusiness
Administration ,,,,,,, , W, 45, 377
A. A. Daniel QEducationJ ,, .,,. , W ,,,,, ,,,, 50
Henery Dannelley QForeign
Languagej ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33, 370, 375
C. C. Davis flndustrial Artsj ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58
Nell Davis QHome Economicsj ,,,,,,, ,,,, 6 2
Ira DeFoor fPhysical Educationj ,,,,,,,,,,, 54
Marian DeShazo fForeign Languagej ,,,.,, 33
Niobe Dick QSec. Educationj ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,
Gerhardt Dorn fMusicJ ,...,,,,, W
Phi Sigma Alpha ,,,,,,,..,,,,, , ,,,,, 284, 285
Phi Upsilon Omicron ,,,,,,,,,, , ....,,,, 363
Physical Education Professional C1ub,, ,
Pi Omega P1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,..., Y
Pi Phi Pi ,,,,,
Press Club ,,,,
Psi Chi ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,
Quintilians , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
Rio Grande Valley Club ,,,,
Sigma Alpha Iota ,,,,,,,
Senior Mary Arden Club .,,,
Sigma Delta ,,..,,,,,,,,,
Sigma Delta Pi ,, ,,,.,,,
Sigma Phi Nu ,....,,,,, W- 304, 305
Sigma Tau Delta ,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,, 376
Student Religious Council ,, ,,,,, 377
T Club ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 78
Talons ,,,,,,,..,,,. 306, 307
Tarleton Club ,,,,,,,, ..,,,,. 3 79
Theta Sigma Alpha ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 380
Trojans ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,...,,.. 308, 309
VV. N. Masters Chemical Society ,,,,,,,, 381
Wesley Foundation Council ,.,,,,,..,,.,, 382
Wesley Players ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,.,,, 383
XVomen's Forum Council ,,, ,,,,,,, . 384
Zeta Pi Gamma ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 2 86-287
James Dougherty QEducationJ ,,, W- 50
Carol Durham qSect. Women's
Physical Educationj ,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,, ,, 56
David VV. Duncan flndustrial ArtsJ ,,
Reva Ebert fLaboratory Schoolj ,,,
Willard Elliot QMusicj ,,,,,,,,
WV. R. Erwin flndustrial Artsj W ,, 58, 343
R. B. Escue QChemistryJ ,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 9
Virgean Estes fMusicj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 67
Louise Evans QLibraryj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 71
Olive C. Evans QSect. Home Economicsj ,,, 62
Herbert YV. Ferrill fPhysical Educationj 54, 231
Kathleen Flood QBusiness Administrationj ,,
Emma Lou Floyd QArtJ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Dorothy Louise Fields QGovernmentj
George H. Finck QEconomics 8: Sociologyj ,,
T. J. Fouts QPhysical Educationj ,,,,,,,,,,
Jonnie P, Fredrickson QLibraryJ ,,,,,,,,,,,,
H. J. Friedsan fEconomics 8: Sociologyj ,,,
Lillian B. Foster QDiet., Oak St. Hallj ,,,, 20
Rudolph Fuchs QArtJ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,
F. H. Gafford QHistoryJ ,,,
,,,, 36, 361
lVil1iam Gardner QMusicJ ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 67
Maude Garnett fMusicy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 67,
J. L. Gerding fForeign Languagej
Lee Gibson QMusicJ ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
Martha Goodman qSect. Registrarsu TCT
Officej ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,, 20
Roderick Gordon QMusicj ,,,
Ray Gough qArtJ ,,,,,, , ,,,,,
Floyd Graham fMusicj ,,, ,,,,, ,
E. Roy Griffin fGovernmentJ W,
Margaret Grubb QMusicJ ,,,,,,
W. T. Hagan QHistoryJ ,,,,,,,
Virginia Haile fEnglishj ,,,,,,,
Avis Hall QHome EconomicsJ ,,,
J. D. Hall QPrint Shopj ,,,,,,
W ,,,, W 24
,,, 67, 326
M. E. Hall fMusicJ ,...,,,. ,,,. 6 7
Tom Hall Qlinglishj ...v,,,...., ..,, ,,,. 3 0
E, H. Hansen Qlklathematicsj ..Y,....,,,,. 40
Xvalter Hanson ffleographyj ..,,,...,,,,,. 34
G. Truett Hardesty QLibrary Servicej ,,,,. 37
Myrtle Hardy fSpeechj ,,,....,,, 328, 42,
Thomas S. Harlee QForeign
Languagej a,.....,,.,...a,......,, 33,
B. B. Harris QDean of Administration,
A. N. Harrison CBusiness
Administrationj ..a,,,,.... WW, 46, 353 291
Beulah Harriss qlVomen's
Physical Educationj ...,,, 56, 330, 341, 365
Helen Haugland QRegistrar's OfficeJ Y,,o,, 20
L. O. Hayes fPhysicianj ,,....,.,,,,,,.... 20
John Haynie QMusicj ,,.....,,,,,,. .... 6 7
George D. Hendricks fEnglishj ..,.. ..., 3 0
Katie Henley QSect., Pres. Emeritus
Officej ..,,,,....,,,,........,,, ee- 20
Helen Hewitt QMusicj ....,,,,,,,,,,a.... 67
Anna Harriet Heyer fLibraryj ,,,.,....... 71
Lloyd Hibberd fMusicJ e,,A......,..,,,,,, 67
W. H. Hodgson fMusicj ,,.....,,, 66, 357, 174
Betty Holland QWomen's Physical
EClllC21110Hb ,,1.....,.,,,,..,,...,..... 56
R. V. Holland fSpeechj .........,..., 42, 369
Bennie Holley QDiet., Marquis Hallj .,.,, 20
T. B. Hyder fEconomics 8: Sociologyj ,,,.. 32
Nita Huckabee QSocial Dir., Terrill Hal1j---20
Gladys Hudginsq Biologyj .......... 27, 325
E. E. Jarboe QEducationj -- --- 50, 291
Floyd H. Jenkins QBusiness
Adminisrationj .....,,.,......,,,,..... 46
Eithel Johnson QlVomen's Physical
Educationj ..,.,......Y.,,,,,. 56, 330, 365
Jack Johnson QEcono1nics 8: Sociologyj aa 17, 32
Roland Johnson QLaboratory Schoolj .... 52
Ola Johnston QBio1ogyJ ,,,,.....,...-..,, 27
Zonelle Jones QHospitalJ ...........,, ,,,, 2 0
Loraine Jorgenson QSect. Educationj ,,,,. 50
H. XV. Kamp, Jr. QGovemmentJ -- W 35,
Claude Kelley fEducationJ ..,,,,, ..,,,
Howard Key Qlinglishj ,,,,,,,
Otto Kinkeldey QMusicJ ,,....
Lee G. Knox qGeographyj W
Iois Knox Librar
A 4 yn ,a,,,,,,,
Earl YV. Kooker QEducationJ .......,,,,,.
Edith Kubeck QWomen's Physical
Educationj ,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,, 56
, 330, 364
Mary T. Kuhnle fDiet., Bruce Hallj ....,,, 20
Georgia Belle Leach fArtj ..,,,,,,,.,..,,, 24
Jack Legett QAsst. At Trading Postj ..,,,.. 20
Edith Lindley QHome Economicsj ..a, 62, 363
C. L. Littlefield QBusiness
AdministrationJ L-.. ....., ,,,.... 4 6, 352
J. M. Logue flinglishj ,,,,........,,,,,a, 30
Elizabeth Lomaz Qlinglishj .v,,,,,,,,,,.... 30
Clara Lowenstien qHome Economicsj ...... 62
Jessie Lucke fEng1islij ,,,,,,,,......, ,,,, 3 0
Edith Luecke QHome Economicsj --- ,We 62
Maurice McAdow QMusicJ ,,.... ,,,.,., 6 7
S. B. McAlister QGovernmentJ .v,,,. 35, 174
J. B. McBryde QBiologyj Y,Y--,f.Y, 27, 326
Fred N. McCain qPhysical Educationj 54, 231
Jerry McCain Qlndustrial Artsj ,,,....,,,. 58
Dude N. McCloud QNews Servicej ---- 20, 186
Robert J. McCloud QJournalismj .....v 38, 186
VV. McConnell QPresident Emeritusj .,,, 10, 17
Mary McCormic QMusicJ .,Y,,,....,,,,,... 67
Eva Joy McGuffin QEng1ishj .,..,,,,,,,... 30
Delbert McGuire Qournalismj 38, 366, 374, 180
ldie McLain fEnglishJ ..,,,,.....,,,,.... 30
Carolyn McMu1lan QEducationJ ...,,,,..,. 50
Nina Macklin QLaboratory Schoolj do
Frank Mainous fMusicJ ,,,...,,,,,
Jean Harris Mainous QMusicJ ...,,,
Frances Martin fliducationj ..,,
R, L. Marquis, Jr. fEducationj We
Peggy Sue Mathis fSect. Physical
l'.llllC21l101'lJ ..,,,,.....,.,,,...,..,,,L,.. 54
J. C. Matthews qPresidentJ ..,..., 12, 16, 326
Isla Mae Maxey QHome Economicsj ,.,.,.. 62
Manuel Meyer QMusicj .......,,,,A,i..,,a 67
Margaret Middleton CHome Economicsj .... 62
Lee VV. Miller fEng1ishj ,,,,,,,....a,a,,, 30
Robert A. Miller QGeographyj ......,, 34, 339
Russell Miller fMusicj ,,,.....Y,,,,,,,... 67
Odus Mitchell QPhysical Educationj ,,,, 54, 231
Homer Money flndustrial Artsj .....Y,,, 58
George Morey fMusicj ,,,,,,a.....,,,,,,, 67
D. M. Morris QBiologyJ a,.....-- v,,, 2 7, 317
Lucile B. Neely QLaboratory Schoolj ....., 52
Chester A. Oehler fBusiness Administrationj 46
Mary Tome Osborne QEnglishj ..a,,...,, 30
Robert YV. Ottman QMusicJ ,,..,,,....,,.. 67
Herbert Parrish QMathematicsj ..,,,. 40, 348
Sangster Parrott QLibraryj .,,,..,,,..,,..Y 71
Norma Parton fHome Economicsj ...,....a 62
Mary Patchell fEnglishj ,....,,..Y,,...-,. 30
Mary Glenn Peery QLaboratory Schoolj
Joe R. Peters qBusiness
Donna Bell Peterson fLibraryj ..,,,...,...
Lilian Phillips QMusicJ ,,...,,,,...,f...,
Jesse F. Pickrell QBusiness Adminisrationj
Admmistrationj ....,,,..,,,... ,,,.
Rita Pilkey QWomen's Physical
l',ClllC3il01'1J ,,,....,,,,.... .. aa.. 56, 330, 365
Maydell Potter QLibraryJ .,,,....,,,....,. 71
Bettie Priddy QCorr. 8: Ext. Divisionj
Hazel Prim QSoc. Dir., Oak St. Hallj .,,,,..
Annabelle Pritchard fEducationJ .,,,
R. L. Proffer fEducationj .....,,,
Anna Powell QHistoryj -,. ..,,e,,
Mlilma Rose Powell QHospitalJ L--
Inez Ray qAsst. to Dean of Adm.j .,,..,.. 20
Eleanor Rayne fLaboratory Schooll aee... 52
Fred Reinmiller QEnglish, Philosophyj
Barbara Reynolds qHospita1j .,,,,,..,,,,
Alan Richardson fMusicj ..-,,,,...,
Archie Roach QBiologyJ .,,,,...,
Fritz Roberson Q1ndustrialArtsJ W
Ira Roberts QPhysicsj ,,......,,
Mary C. Robertson QBusiness
Robert J. Rogers fMusicj ..,..,..,,,. ,a.--
M. E. Rooney 4Business Administrationj
Tom Rose QBusiness Administrationj
Marguerite Ross fHome Economicsj ..,... 62
Frances Russell fHome Economicsj ,,.,,... 62
Maudie R. Russell QSoc. Dir., Bruce Hallj --.20
Vandolyn B. Savage QLibraryj ......,a..,.-
Silvio Scionti QMusicj .,,..,a..,..-,.-- --- 67
Florence Scoular qHome Economicsj .,,,. 62
Jack B. Scroggs fHistoryJ a,...,a.,,,. 36, 351
Leigh Secrest QPhysicsj ..,,...,-..,,.. ,,,-- 4 1
Henry Shands QPhysical Educationj -- 54, 245
R. C, Sherman QBio1ogyj ..,,a...,...w 27, 325
M. S. Shockely fEng1ishJ ..,...Ya...f..., 30
C. E. Shuford Qournalismj ,-- ea- 39, 180
J. K. G. snvey qBun0gYl - --ga - .aaa 27
Fred Slack QLaboratory Schoolj ,.., ea.. 5 2
Leslie Sorrels Qlndustrial Artsj .v,.. ae.. 5 8
Izetta Sparks QLaboratory Schoolj --- -, 52
J. Spurlock fChemistryJ ,...,...Y ...K 2 9
Cora E. Stafford fArtj ,....,,.... ..,,2 2 5
Oma Stanley QEnglishj ,,..,e..,.,...,,,.. 30
Eva Stapleton QLab0rat0ry Schoolj ...v,,... 52
Wauline Starr QSect. Placement Officej --, 20
Ardath Steadman QBusiness
Administrationj .,,,..., -- 46, 366
Carl Sutton QEnglishJ ..z... .,,... 3 0
Mary C. Sweet fEnglishj --- ---V 30
Mary Swindle QLibraryJ - W 71
Charles Taliaferro QSpeechj .,.,,.. ,... 4 2
Ouita Taylor QSect. to Presidentj -- ...v 20
Tom Taylor fLaboratory SchoolJ -W ..,, A 52
Dorothy Thomas fLibrary Servicej .... 37, 316
Robert B. Toulouse QEducationJ ..,,,...,e 50
Bess Townsend QEducationJ ,....,,,..,,,, 50
Betty Jane Trotter QWomen's
Physical Educationj ......,, -- 56, 330, 364
Price Truitt QChemistryJ ,,..... aa... 2 9, 381
Edna Turpen QTrading Postj an
Erle Veatch QBusiness Administrationj
D. B. Wlalker CPhysical Educationj -- 54,
Edith VVa1ker QRecorderJ ...,,,,....,,,,..
Pauline Ward qLibraryJ ....,,.....
James F. Webb QEducationJ W- ,---,,,
J. Rex lVeir fSpeechj ,,,,,...,,, ---
Hildegarde Wells QLibraryJ ..,.,,....,,.. 71
Chester S. Williams QEducationJ ....,,,.,. 50
Elgin Williams fEconomics Sc Sociologyj
Mack L. Williams QMathematicsj
Ronald Williams fArtJ ,...,v,,,,....-
Ruba Joe Wimberly fEducationj
Elliene C. lVo0d fSoc. Dir., Bruce
lVilliam G. YVoods QDean of Menj faf. , 311
A. H. Hlord QEducationJ ,,,,,,,,....,,,, 50
Helen lvright fBusiness Administration
Opal lVright QBusiness Administrationj
Carl York QMathematicsj --
5 ee 46
Abington, Patricia fFort Wlorthy ,,
Billy Joyce QSkellytowny
Claire fDentony ....,,,,
Hollis D. QCiscoy ..iii,
Adams, Mary Sue fMidlandy ,,,,.,,,,.Y,Y 468
Adams, Patsy fTex0ny ,.,.....,,,,,,t,,,, -468
Addington, Bill QDallasy ,-. ...., .390, 396, 468
Addington, Gay fDallasy W, ..,,.,, -364, 450
Addison, Martin A. ,,,,,,,,, ,...t,,,,,Y 3 90
Adkins Calvin Keller
, 4 9 .,,,,v.........,., 468
Adkins, Leslie Gene QDallasy ,W. 298, 329, 350,
Adkins, Marsha Lee fMexiay ......,,,,,,V. 406
Agee, James Clark, Jr. fWellingtony,-360, 468
Aishman, Alene QWaxahachiey .,,,. . 334, 444
Akers, Elgin QDentony .....n,,. .288, 391, 450
Akins, Sammy V. fJacksboroy ...,,,,,,,,, 450
Albrecht, Barbara fDal1asy ,,.......t 366, 468
Alexander, Bill QMegargely ,,,,... -334, 450
Alford, Charlie QBrownwoody ,,,,,, 397, 427
Alford, Joe Gerald QWeatherfordy ,.,, 320, 450
Allen, Barbara fDallasy ...A,,,,,,....YY... 450
Allen, Bobbye Hellen fDentony ,,,,,,,,,. , 323
Allen, Dorothy J. qMarshally ...tt., -345, 450
Allen, Loyd Edgar qFloydaday W ,..., ..-468
Allen, Jo Ann fKilgorey ,,, ,,, 349, 435
Allen, WVanda fRotany ,,..o, ,,,-3l4, 450
Allgood, Louis fShermany ., ,,,.393, 468
Allison, Anita QFarmersvilley ,, ,,, 468, 494
Allison, Frances QAmari11oy ,,,,,,,, 332, 442
Allison, Gene W. fLometay ...... 334, 390 435
Allison, Lee fD'allasy ..s,,,,,,,, .288, 391, 450
Allison, Melba Joyce QCamerony ..,,,,,,,, 450
Alves, Anne fAustiny ,,,,,,,,.,....nA.,, .468
Amyx, Coy Thomas fSangery ,,, WW468
Anderhub, Sam fDa1lasy ,,,,v...,,,,,,,,, .422
Anderson, Annelle qGarlandy ,,,v..,.. -, 468
Anderson, Barbara fTexarkanay ,. 320, 345, 450
Anderson, Dorothy QPondery ..... .313, 366 416
Anderson, Glenda fFort 1fVorthy ,.,..... .468
Anderson, Jane QHutchinsy ..,,,...,,,,. -468
Anderson, Jim A. 1Wichita Fallsy ....,,, .393
Anderson, Joe fBe1lsy ,....,,,,,,,,. .397, 450
Anderson, Joe Frank QRusky ....,,,, 396, 468
Anderson, John QShermany ,,,,,.w......., 435
Anderson, Lawrence Lee fGalvestony ,. 383, 391
Anderson, Max "Andy" qmissiony WW303, 337,
Anderson, Roy fLongviewy ....2,f,, .288, 416
Anderson, Patricia Lee QSeagovilley ....,,,, 450
Anderson, Walter fliloydaday ,,,,,....... 468
Anding, Elizabeth fMonroe Cityy ,,,Y 364, 450
Angle, George fDallasy .,,,,.,,....,,,,,, 416
Anthon Carlene Denton
A y, A 4 J ,,aaaa--
Anthony, James Byron fDent0ny ,- 356,
Apple, Vevagene QBig Springy W,.280, , 435
Arbuckle, Gene QHamiltony 288, 352, 390, 416
Armor, Nancy fDa1lasy ,....,,,,,.,.,.. .427
Armour, Barbara Ann QHarlingeny ,, 327, 370,
Arms, Dale QComanchey ...a,,, 331, 393, 468
Armstrong, Charles M. fPlanoy ,,,, 390, 468
Armstrong, Jean fGranburyy ,,,... 336, 450
Armstrong, Quincy QFort Worthy ,,,.230, 232,
Arnold, Darrell QDentony ,,,.318, 391, 450
Arnold, Dennis D. fHendersony ,,a. 334, 468
Arnold, Gene C. QGalvestony ,c...,,, 393, 468
Arnwine, Richard qMesquitey ,, 292, 352, 416
Asbeck, Jean QHoustony ,,,,,...,,,,,,a.. 411
Ashby, Jonell QDentony .a,,, .aa,,,,,, 4 50
Ashley, Bernice QSlidelly ,,,..,, ..,,, , 435
Ashley, Mary Dean fVernony a,,, 174, 330,
Aston, Jeff fDallasy ,,,, ,,....,,,,,, 390, 468
Aston, Roy D. fVernony ,,,, , .,,,, 331, 450
Atkins, Mary Virginia QDentony ..,,,,,, 468
Atkins, Sammie fPortales, N. M.y ...a.,, 450
Atteberry, Ray QDentony ,,,...a,,, ,..., 1 80
Atwood, Sue Ann QGrahamy ....,,,,,,.. 468
Austin, Charles L. CMcAlleny ,,...., . 298, 450
Austin, Charles W. QDentony ..,, 298, 370, 406
Austin, Jane fMesquitey WW322, 323, 372, 427
Austin, Larry QVernony ,,,,,,.. 204, 362, 402
Austin, Zo Dell QWellingtony ,,,,....,,,,, .435
Austin, Zona Faye qFort Worthy ,,,...,,, .468
Avery, Buddy ..,,,,,,,-....,,,,, - ,,..,, 393
Axtell, Calvin QDallasy ,,.. 244, 294, 378, 450
Bacon, Jimmy fLewisvilley .... WWW 381,
Badgett, Doris QShermany ........,.. , 333
Bahnsen, Eugene fVint0n, La.y ,v2, 232,
Bahnsen, Kenneth A. QVinton, La.y 230, 232
Bailey, Barbara fltascay ,,,,,Y,,,22- ,
Bailey, Dudley Velan QCorsicanay ,,,,,,,,,
Bailey, Everette E. qWeatherfordy,,,.348,
Bailey, Jane QBaytowny ,, ,,,,,, 337, 355,
Bailey, Joe Dan fQuanahy a,a,,,,,,,,,,,,Y
Bailey, Lila Jean QCorsicanay ..,...., -313,
Bailey, Scott J. fCiscoy ,,,,,, ......
Baker, Annie Ruth fSaint Joy c,,,... .342,
Baker, Billy Ray qDallasy ,,,,,,, .393,
Baker, Charles QDallasy W-.. .,,,,, 390, 396,
Baker, Helen Irene QJacksboroy ..,.a,,,,
Baker, Helen Louise QAnsony 332, 335, 372,
Baker, Lawrence Lyle fDa1lasy .. ,,,..Y.....
Baker, Ruth Ann QPasadenay ,,,,,,,,,,,Y
Baldridge, Betty B. fDentony ,,,,,. 284,
Baldwin, Guy, Jr. fGreenvilley t...,. 290,
Ball, Anna Katherine QDallasy .... ...a...
Ball, Kellyanne fDallasy ,,,,,,,
Ball, Virginia QAbileney ,,, ,,,,,, WW
Ballenger, Bob L. QDallasy ....,..,,, .351,
Ballweg, Pat QArlingtony ,,,. 280, 321, 332,
359, 363, 377, 442, 493
Balsam, Dixon QCarmel, Cal.y a,,, 327, 350 406
Balthrop, Mary QDentony .... , ....,A.,,, -278
Bane, Mary Lois QLanevilley .... 313, 366, 422
Banks, Kendel QPosdery .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. .246
Bands, Mary Lynn QCorsicanay ,,,,,,..,, .468
Banks, Nanne Ulhorntony ...........,.,, .450
Banks, Raymond Kendel QPondery ,.246, 450
Bankston, Gordon QMonahansy ,,,,., 393 450
Barber, Lavella QDentony ........ . .,,,.., 468
Barbour, Dorothy flrvingy ,,,.,. 328, 369, 468
Barbour, Robert QFort VVorthy .,,, .. ,,,,.. 450
Barham, Richard QDallasy ,,... .312, 348 411
Barham, Robert QDallasy ...., ,313, 348, 411
Barker, Judith Anne fAlviny ,,357, 371 446
Barker, Retta Belle QMcKinneyy .... 313, 333,
363, 373, 442
Barkley, Leta Lu QMidlothiany W336, 366 427
Barnard, Berkley Qllecatury ..,,,,... 308 450
Barnes, Ann QTexarkanay ............ 335 427
Barnes, Nina Qltascay ,,.......,..... .322 427
Barnett, Delores E. QShermany ..., .,,.... 4 35
Barnett, La Vonne QMarliny ....... .282 450
Barnhart, Rosemary fGainesvilley .......,. 435
Barr, Nelda Jean QGladewatery ..., 322, 336,
342, 373 427
Barrett, Fred QAndrewsy ,W 379, 393, 394, 435
Barrilleaux, Everette QBeaumonty ,,,,,,,,. 435
Barron, Patricia Ann fDallasy ,,,,,,, .332, 469
Barry, Betty Jane qColorado Cityy ,,,, . ,,.427
Barse, Robert fFort Worthy ,,,,,. 294 378
Bartley, Lois Jane Qlidinburgy ,,,,,, 364, 427
Bartley, Tommie Sue fWeslacoy ,,,,,,,,,, -450
Barton, Bill QCentery ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 06 451
Barton, John fCentery ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 22
Barton, Wanda Ree QTylery ,, ,,,,,
Bass, Dennis QSanford, Fla.y W
Bass, Mary E. fPalestiney ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Bassett, Alta E. fDallasy ,,,.. ,,,,, ,,,,
Bassett, Charles L. fGainesvi1ley ,,,,,,,,,, 427
Batchelor, Audrey QHoustony ,, 282, 325, 373,
Bates, Jo Ann QDallasy ,.,,,,,,,,,, 278, 451
Baucum, Nell qAmarilloy ,W ,,,,,,,, -353, 422
Bauman, Fred A. fLondon, Eng.y ,,,, 374, 406
Bauman, Jean fDal1asy .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .451
Baxter, Reba Anne fMarshally ,,,,,,,,,,, 469
Bayless, James CTrinidady ,,,,, 334, 390, 451
Bazar, Patsy fMercedesy ,,,,,, 356, 371, 448
Bean, Barbara QHoustony ,W ,,,, 320, 411
Bean, Betty Lee fKilgorey ,,, ,,,,,,, ,469
Bean, L. V. qDub1iny ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 27
Beane, Rita fChi1licothey ,, ,,,, .469
Beard, Bill fweatherfordy ,,,,,, ,,,, - 416
Beard, Elmer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,, 246
Bearden, Anne Solley fDecatury ,,,.37l, 446
Bearden, Bennie P. fDecatury ,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 27
Bearman, Joanne fCiscoy ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,427
Beaty, Mary Gaynell fDallasy ,W ,,,. ,469
Beauchamp, Dorothy QCorsicanay ,,,,,,,,, 469
Beaufford, Betty flrvingy ,,,,,,,,,,, 314,
Beavers, Gene QDallasy ,,, ,
Beckler, Kem ,,,,,,,,,,,
Beckworth, Billie Kathryn fRosebudy
Beeson, Connie QBridgeporty ,,,, 282,
Begnaud, Eldora QPort Arthury W357,
Belcher, Jo Ann QBrownwoody ,,335,
Belcher, Reagan QDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,.. ..,,
Belknap, Alfred Rudy QFort Worthy ,,,,,,, 435
Bell, Barbara Louise QBradyy,,320,
Bell, Betty Sue QAthensy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 451
Bell, Bobbie QBonha1ny ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 30
Bell, De Lois QDentony ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 35
Bell, Harold QCarrolltony , ,,,,, 391 469
Bell, Ledon qAubreyy ,,,,,, ,,,,... 3 90 469
Belt, C. Richard QHoustony ,,,,,, 150, 290 411
Belt, Sally Ann QHoustony ,,,. 280, 322, 336,
345, 357, 358, 451, 494
Bender, Janelle fJeffersony ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -469
Benham, Sara qBangsy ,,,,,, 282, 325, 381 451
Bennett, Betty Carroll QStantony ,,,, 369 451
Bennett, Bill QDallasy ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 306 411
Bennett, Emily QDallasy ,,,, 345, 369, 383 451
Bennett, Joe Edwin fGrahamy ,,,,,,,,,, 469
Bennett, Malcolm QGrahamy ,,,,,,,...... 296
Bennett, Nancy QFort Wforthy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 469
Bennett, 1fVilford E. QGranburyy ,,,,,, 352, 353
Bentley, Richard H. QDentony ,,,,,,,. 343 435
Benton, Jimmy QHotSprings, Ark.y 356, 397 448
Benton, R. M. fWaxahachiey ,,,,,,,, 315 416
Benz, George Albert QSt. Louis, M0.y 233 378
Berry, Betty Jane ,,,,, .. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,. 278 310
Berry, Bobby qDallasy ,,,,,,,, 390, 394 451
Berry, James fDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,, 318, 390 469
Bert, Elena Marie fDallasy ,,,,,,,, 359 469
Bevers, Spencer qPilot Pointy W ,,,,, 393 469
Bevillc, Julia fClarksvilley W- .,,,, 282 451
Bevis, Donna QHoustony ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 69
Bickel, Ida fCollinsville, Ill.y ,,,,,,,,,,,, 469
Bielefeldt, Ellinor QDallasy ,,,,,, ,
Bigby, Anne QFort 1Vorthy ,,,, ,
Biggerstaff, Edwin QDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,
Biggs, Don fAubreyy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Billingsley, Norma QPasadenay ,,,,,, 332
Bilyeu, Granville QKrumy ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
Binford, Bill R. QDallasy ,,,,, ,,,,, 3 03
Bird, Leon QTexarkanay ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, .
Bilyeu, Russell Gene QKrumy ,,, ,,,,,,, ,348
Birdwell, Charles E. fBrysony ,,,,,,,, 391
Bisohp, Bill QBorgery ,,,,,,,,, -232,
Bishop, Joe Dan QStephenvilley ,,331,
Bishop, Harry QKrumy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 451
Bishop, Jacqueline QPaint Rocky ,,,,,,,,, 435
Bishop, Kenneth fSan Antonioy ,,,,, .
Marguerite QGalvestony ,,,,,,,,,,, 469
Black, Carol Ann fDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 469
Black, Nelda Jean fGrand Prairiey ,,,,,,,, 451
Black, Pat fFort Worthy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 469
Blackburn, Patricia Ann fDallasy W276, 341 364
Blackman, Gordon Neal QDal1asy ,,,,,,,,, 394
Blackmon, Betty QRinggoldy ,,,, 276, 365, 435
Blackwell, Roy fFort YVorthy ,,,,,,,. 308, 416
Blair, Charles QDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,292 451
Blair, Harry A. QFort Yvorthy ,,,,,,,,,,,, 331
Blakeley, Clarence James QFort Worthy 353, 422
Blakney, Paul S. fDentony W187, 312, 366, 411
Blankenship, Patricia qLindeny ,,,,,,,,,,, 469
Blankinship, Dennis fFort Worthy W308, 391
Blankinship, Donald QFort Mforthy ,-308, 416
Blansit, Max QHamilt0ny ,,,,,, 298, 334, 451
Blondell, Edward fDentony ,,,,,,,,, -393, 469
Bloom, Joe M. QMarshally ,,,,,,,,,, 397, 469
Bloomer, Frances Marie QSher'many ,,.359, 469'
Bluhm, Dorothy E. QRiesely WW322, 335, 435
Boatner, Bruce fClarksvilley ,,,,..,, 390, 451
Bobbitt, Roy Lee QNew Bostony ,.,,,,., .390
Bodkin, Jim fDenisony ,,, 318, 352, 359, 416
Boenker, Henry QLewisvilley ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,422
Boenker, Sue Ann QLewisvilley ,,, ,,,,,, ,469
Bolin, William T, QLewiSvil1ey ,-,,,,,,,,, 427
Bolster, Mary Anne QHoustony WW345, 371
Bolton, Bunny fJacksonvil1ey ,,,,, .280, 427
Bolton, Nanetta fl'0nclery ,vgrr ,-YYYYY 4 69
Boman, Joan qBorgery ,,,,, ,,-,,,, 4 51
Bond, Y'Villard fLewisvilley ,,, ,,,,, 366, 422
Bonds, Betty qDentony ,,,,,,,, ,,,,-- 4 69
Bone, Virginia Mae qiqermity W ,,,-,,,-, 451
Bonham, Emily QDentony ,, ,,,, ,208, 469
BOIIS, Faye fltascay ,,,,-,,-,Y -YYY 3 79, 415
Bons, Herbert qltaseay ,-,,-,-,,- ,--,,,, 4 11
Booher, Williemine QGalvestony ,,,,,, 354, 469
Booker, Aaron qBelt0ny ,-,-,,,-,,- ,,,-x4, 4 69
Booker, Beth QPlainviewy ,,,,,, 314, 334, 451
Booker, Sally Anne QDallasj W ,g...., 451
Boozman, Mary QDentonj --- ....,,f 356, 448
Borden, Bob QC1eburnej ,..,,A...,,,4... -331
Borden, Lee QJunctionJ a-.- ,,,...,,, 350, 469
Boren, Barbara Jean QMcKinneyj ..Y,,,., 470
Boren, Janie QGreggtonj .,,,,,..
Boren, Lynn Qlinnisj ...,,,...,,,.
Boren, Mildred QPostj .,,,,..,,,..
Borger, Barbara QSan Angelol d
Boss, Betty Rae QGalvestonj .,,......Y,A. 470
Boswell, Joyce Faye QDa11asj ,,,,..
Bottger, Joan QDenver Cityj ,,,, 330
Bowden, Dillon QFort VVorthj --,.290,
Bowden, Norma Lee QDentonJ ,....,
Bowden, Pat QBallingerj .,,,,,,,..,,,,,.
Bowdoin Bett ean Vera
Boulignay, Mary Paul QBaytownj L... 356,
, Y J Q D Y- ..-f 322, 427
Bowen, Betty QCleburnej ,,,,.. ,e,,... 4 70
Bowen, Margie QGeorgetownJ .....,,,... -364
Bowers, Phil QSeagovi1lej ,A.....,,,
Bowles, Maymie QTerre1lj Le.....,fLLr 3651
Bowlin, Charles Wayne QGladewaterj
Bowman oann QDenton
, I D ,,-.... -320,
Bowman, Johnny QDallasJ ......,.........
Box, Betty Jean QJacksboroj W 280, 334, 344,
Box, Etta May QDe Leonl 2, 332, 342, 363, 442
Boyce, Jack QDa1lasl ,,,.,....v,,...... 416
Boyd, Bettye QlVacoj L.,...,,,,,......, 427
Boyd, Bill QLongviewj .... 300, 311, 406, 493
Boyd, Billie QChandlerJ ..,,,.,, 336, 366, 427
Boyd, Bonita QFort Yvorthl ....,,a. 337, 422
Boyd, Carolyn QSweetwaterj ..,,,,,,....,, 470
Boyer, Bobbie Ann QFort Worthy ,....w,,A 470
Boyles, Cullen QShermanJ ,,a. 183, 308, 406
Bradberry, Jeannette QDallasj ..,,,,,,,... 444
Bradburry, Janice QHendersonj -- 342, 354 451
Bradford, James Clyde "Jim"
Qlowa Parkj ,,.....v,,,,,,,,,..- .205, 348
Bradley, Betty Qlredellj ,,,,......,v,,,,., 427
Bradley, Betty QWichita Fallsj W 335, 342,
Bradley, Patricia Gayle QBowieJ ...,.v,,,, 442
Bradley, Luther QShermanj ......,,,,,,,.. 470
Bradley, Mary Ellen QDallasJ ,,a,,,,....,, 470
Bradley, Sammie QArlingtonJ W 324, 337, 366,
Bragg, Louis Hairston
QGulf Hammock, Fla.J an
Brakcbill, Bill QTemplej ,,,,,,..,,
Brakebill, John QTempleJ ......,.
Branan, Peggy Sue QDa1lasJ ..-..-Y,,,,,,,A 470
Brannon, Margie M. QRichardsonj ,,,,,,,. 451
Branscome Fu ene Dallas
, A g Q J aaa, -,---45l, 397
Bransford, Milton QFort VVorthJ ......,,, 451
Branson, Gary QPort Arthury ....,.,,,,,,,t 470
Brantley, Helen Patty QMeridianj ,,,,,,,. 422
Brantly, Peggy QJacksborol ,,,,,, 284,
Braselton, Nancy QLubbockj ,........ .284
Brashier Bill Eastland
, Q 1 ------ --233, 294,
Brasuel, WVanda QPecosj ,,,,,,,,,,,Ad,,,-,
Braswcll, Mary Elizabeth QParisJ 337, 373
Brau, Rose Mary QDallasj .,,. 193, 276,
328, 350, 355, 369
Braungardt, George M. QFort lvorthj ,,,, .427
Bravenec, Faye QMercedesj ...L,,c.....,., 451
Bray, Peggy QMineolaj ,,.,,... ,,,,,c,, 4 51
Brazil, Billy QFort lVorthJ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 422
Breeden, Sally ,,,,c....,,,,,,,,,,..
Breedlove, Barbara QFort Mforthj L... 282.
344, 369, 452
Breining, Rebecca QLeforsj L.....a...
Brenneke, Norwood Martin QDa11asj ,,,,,. 470
Brent, Betty Lou QJeffersonj .... 336, 345
Brewer, Calvin QChillicothej -,,,,,,.,,,, 427
Brewer, James QFort VVorthj ,,,,,,.. 233, 294
Brewton, Mack QLongviewj ,,,,,...,,,, ,390
Bridges, Allan R. QFort Hlorthj ,.., 183. 290,
366, 391, 452
Bridges, Mary QDentonj .v,,,,,,,..,,,,.. 435
Bridgman, Corky QDa11asj .,,.,, 185, 300, 406
Briggs, Evelyn QKermitJ .,,,,A,..,,,,,,, ,452
Brinkman, Sandrea QPasadenaj .saa 209, 284,
341, 342, 428
Brisendine, Clint QDallasJ ...wa .233, 306, 390
Bristow, Evelyn QFrank1inj .,,v 322, 336, 428
Britton, Patricia QPort Arthurj' ,,,.. -365, 470
Britton, Ruby QMcKinneyj ,,,.210, 356,470
Broad, Alfred QBradyJ a.., 193, 298, 311, 326,
Brock Luther A r Brid e ort
, .J. Q gp j-- 312,416
Brogdon, Betty Lou QCiscoj ,,,, , .....,,, 452
Bronstad, Travis QDentony ...L,,......,., 435
Brooks, Bess QBakwe11J ...,.....e 332, 363
Brooks, Donald QDallasJ ,B ,,,,,,,,,,, Y 1406
Brooks, Gaynelle QMount Pleasantj ,...,. 470
Brooks, H. Frank QDallasl ..,,...,,,2.7,.. 470
Brooks, Mary Sue QNOCOHKD ff....Yfs...f.. 470
Brooks, Mike QBorgerl ,,..a, 288, 393,
Brooks, Miriam QDent0nj ,,,..,,, .. ..f,,.. 452
Broussard, Carolyn QLongviewj --,-286,
Broussard, Lu QSan Antonioj ......,.....
Brown, Benjie QGrahamj .,,.,Y,...,,....,
Brooks, Patricia Ann QBagwe11j 364,
Brooks, Roy Lee QOvertony ..,, 349,
Brown, Betty Ree QMarshallj ,-314, 375, 452
Brown, Chrit QAnnaj ...,,...,,,..,,s..,. 290
Brown, Doris Jean QBig Springj ,,,...,, 470
Brown, Floyce QBig Springj ,-330,
Brown, Homer QDal1asj ,,..,,,..,s...YY -470
Brown, John QOdessal ,,..w,,. 315,
Brown, Hugh Max QDentonl ,L..,,,. 319,
Brown, Margaret QBomartonJ ...,,...,.,. 411
Brown, Mary Beth QSan Angcloj .,,. 345, 357,
Brown, Ora Marie QDa11asj ...,,...,,...a 470
Brown, Pamelia QFort lVorthJ .,,...,s 280, 452
Brown, Peggy Sterling QSemino1eJ ,....,. 428
Brown, Prudence QAmari11oj ,,...,... 360
Brown, Ramsey QKermitj .e,....,....Y,.. 448
Brown, Raydean QSeymourj ....,,...,,,..a 470
Raymond L. QShermanj ,...,,...,s 435
Brown, Robert Wade QDa1lasj ..v,s. 331, 452
Brown, Royce QPalo Pintoj ,..,e ,.,,,.., 3 56
Brown, Samm Fort WVorth
y c 5 vag-- V452
Wayne L. QGrahamy ,W ,-,,, ,470
Browning, Grady Joe Qlluskj ....,....,.. 435
Browning, LaRue QFort Ylforthj ,,,... 313
Browning, Wade H. QBel1evuej -, 331, 334
Brownstad, Charles 0. QCliftonJ .,,,
Bruce, Evelyn Jean QDa1lasj ....,.. .
Bruner, Peggy Janelle QLevel1andJ ,.,,
Bruyere, Marilyn QLongviewJ ,,,1.,,, -284, 435
Bryant, Bob .,,,,...,,....,,,..,a,,....ass 349
Bryant, Bobbie Jean QLubbockj .e,...,,,,. 470
Bryant, Claude A. Jr. QPricej ,.,,..,, 315, 416
Bryant, Jo Ann QFort lvorthj ,.s,,...,,, 470
Bryant, llfanda Joy QDentonj .,,, ...,,, 4 71
Bryce, Margaret QShermanl ,,,,,...,,,,.. 452
Buchanan, Sue QBreckenridgeJ ...,,,...,e 471
Buchholz, Donald QCarlandj ..,,,,.....,. 416
Buck, Mary QTemp1ej ,,,. 276, 328, 373
Buckingham, Charlene QChicoj ...aaa 322
Buckner, Nan QHerefordj ,.....,,,.
Buford, Tom QJacks0nvi11ej ..,,,.. .
Bunch, Patti John QCorsicanal -s328, 350, 369,
Bunger. Barbara QBreckenridgej ...,,.1... -471
Burgess. lVayrnan QFort XVorthj ,,,.,,,,, 471
Burke, Glenn QGrahamJ ,......a 290, 379, 416
Burkett, David E. QFort Hiorthj ,..,, -288, 39'3
Burks, Betty QDallasj .-,,,,......,,, 1286, 435
Buprks, Patil QQuitmanj ....,vas 321, 338, 452
Burleson, Mary Margaret QDeLeonj 359, 379,
Burnett, Betty QDecaturj ...... 282, 333, 341,
363, 372, 444
Burnett, Charles QBonhamj ......,,,,,,... 471
Burns, Betty Ruth QFort Worthj -,313, 335, 452
Burns, John J. QChicago, Ill.J ,,,... 300, 411
Burrow, Billy Ray QDentonj .,s.,,,,,,,. 452
Burt, Larry C. QDallasJ ,,,......, ,,,., , 397
Burtis, Rusty QDenisonj .,,,,,,,,.. ..,, 3 18
Burton, Gene D. QArdmore, Ok1a.j ..,,,,,, 422
Burton, Kenneth QDecaturj .-,,,,,,,,,.,. 471
Busby, Marilyn QShermanj ,,,,,,,,...,, ,471
Busch, Frank QMont Belvieuj L1 312, 337, 366,
Bush, Jerry QDentonJ --.. .e,,,,,,,,.., 391, 452
Buster, David QFort Hlorthj .....,. .288, 416
Butler, Alison QDickinsonj ..,,,,,, 320, 452
Butler, Jeanne QPoint Blankj aas... 365, 471
Butler, Juanita QMonroe Cityj W .,..,., .471
Butler, Patsy QBreckenridgej --- ,,,,,,,1 471
Butler, Rita QGrand Prairiel ...,,., -365, 436
Buttram, Jack Rhea QDeKalbj ,am .,.381, 402
Buttram, Joe Beck QDeKalbl ,,,, 357, 362, 397
Byers, Joyce QSpringtownj ......,,,,e,,, 452
Byrd, Flaleab QG1adewaterj -- 313, 316, 349,
Cabe, Yvonne QHigginsJ ..,,,.a,, ..,,,-364, 471
Cadenhead, Clarence Tandy Jr.
QDallasj .,,,,, .. .e,,.,,.a...,..., 348, 402
Cain, A. QBig Springj -- 1..,..,,,f.. V416
Cain, Pat QDallasJ ....,,.,,... 246, 294, 37-8
Cain, Roy Edwards QTemplej ,.,,..,,,.. -7376
Caldwell, Louise QSan Antonioj -,286, 352, 416
Caldwell, YVarren F. QSan Antonio
Calhoun, Charlynne QShermanJ W
Callahan, Ann QDentonJ ..,,..,,
Callan, Jimmie QDa1lasj ..,,.c,1
Callaway, V. J. QLongviewJ ,...,
Calloway, Elaine QAlbanyJ ,- 350,
Calvert, Bernard C. QBorgerj ...,
Calvert, La Metta QDa11asj ,...,,,.,.
Calvert, Mary Lynn QBorgerJ ..,,,.,,
Calvert, Robbie Faye QDentonj ,,..,,,... -
Cammack, Emily Qltascaj ..,,..., 333, 377,
Cammack, Virginia QFort Mlorthj ,.,,....,
Camp, Janet QDa1lasj ..Y,s.,,,..-,,,Y,-
Camp, Kip QDallasl .,,,...,s.,,,,.Y, .236,
Campbell, Bill Qwaxahachiej .,,..Y,..., .
Campbell, Billie Ann QDallasj ,,,..,s...,.
Campbell, Dorothy Ann QHardinj .,,...,.
Campbell, Edward Lee QGrahamJ .e.. 393,
Campbell, Euthenia QDallasj ,,...Y....,,.
Marilyn QDenisonj ,...,... 471
Cannon, Dawn QGalvestonj ,s...,,...Y,.. .452
Cannon, Diane Elaine QPort Arthurj .,,... 452
Cannon, Harry Lloyd QVVacoy ,...,,.... 390
Capps, Joe QGainesvi11eJ ...,,,...,. 391 471
Carlson, Blanche Ann QGeorgetownj --369 452
Carlson, Dorothy Jean QFort Worthy ..,,,. 363
Carnahan, Angie Qlrvingl ,,....a,.. .337 452
Carnes, Joann QEdomj ..,,s..Y,...- . 342 428
Carothers, Florice QLOIHCCHD ,...., 333, 379, 444
Carpenter, Jimmy QBridgeportJ ,..,,,....s 452
Carpenter, Nora Lee QSan Antonioy s...,, -471
Carr, Alvin QClaudej ,,...,,....Y,...,,s. .436
Carr, Barbara QDallasj ..,1....,,s... 365 471
Carr, Patricia Helen QDa11asl an ,,.... -359
Carrell, Joy QFt. VVorthJ -Y,-- -e,,. 4 71
Carrell, Robert QMcKinneyj ,...,.,...Y,.. 471
Carrington, Rosanne QLongviewj ,,.., -349 452
Carroll, Anita QDentonj -,,.313, 335, 366 416
Carroll, Connie QTeaguej .e,.....ss,...s. 471
Carroll, Jeri QFriscoj ,,L..,s...,, . Yaaaa. .471
Carroll, Martha QDentonj ...., . 337 366 422
Carroll, Mary QDentonj ,.,,,,, .337 366 422
Carroll, Roy M. QBICCHIHCVJ ,....,,....f,. 471
Carse, Dorothy ...a,,..., W-- --..YfYY. .363
Care, WVil1iam ,...,.1...,,,...,, ,.,,.. . 368
Carson, Merle QBeaumontJ ..,,, . 337 357 446
Carter, Carolyn N. QFort ll'orthj , ,...,, 332
Carter, Jean QDa11asl ,,...,,....,,...,,,.. 428
Carter, Otis R. QDentonl ,...,,,1..., 393 471
Carter, Patsy Marie QHousotnj ,,..s,1.... -428
Caruthers, Thomas QFort Hlorthj ,.,.., ..,.47l
Casaday, Kenneth QDa11asl .... 306, 391, 422
Cashon, Kenneth QDentonJ .. a,,,,..,,,,..a 471
Caskey, Otis Meredith QDallasJ ...aa 393 452
Casteel, Mary Ellen QHoustonj ...,,,...,, .471
Castleberry, Richard Ql.ongviewJ M- aaa. , 337
Castles, Ann QFort YVorthj .,,, .,,..Y . 452
Castloo, Benny QMineo1aj .. aasa. au. 228 390
Cate, Maurice QVan Alstynej -- ass... 391 471
Caughey, Doyle QShermanj ...,,,,...,,,... 453
Cauthen, Jo Ann QMissionj WH322, 341, 372,
381 383 436
Cavazos, Mario QDal1asj ..,,,,, -396 397 471
Cavender, Ronald QCorsicanaj ...e,,...,.. 436
Cavitt, Stanley QRed Oakl .v..,1...a,,.. 472
Chadwick, Nancy QCenterj ,,,,,.,,,,,.a -442
Chalmers, Bill D. QWVaxahachiej N325 381 452
Chambers, Janis QAthensj ,....1....,,.. 411
Chandler, Charles QMcKinneyj .,,. a,,.. 4 72
Chapman, Eddie QTalcoj ffzzz. .,,1 4 42
Chapman, Kaywin QDentonj ....a ..,,1 4 72
Chapman, Judy Ann QTemp1ej .e,,...,, -422
Chapman, Mary Nell QHutchinsJ ,..s,... 472
Chauvin, Shirley Ann QTexas Cityj ---327, 472
Chennault, Kenneth QFort Worthj ..,,.., .318
Chester, Donald QLive Oak, Fla.j ,,,.,,. .393
Chiogno, Remo J. QPittsfie1d, Mass.j ..,.,, 446
Christesson, Bill QPampaj .,,,,,,,..., 393 452
Christian, Ava QKi1gorej ...,,,,,,,.., , 335 452
Christian, Barbara QLongviewj .-,... 349 416
Christian, Katherine QVeraj .,,. ....... 4 28
Christian, Mary Anna QDallasj ,,.,,....... 416
Christian, Ross W. QLinda1ej ..,,.... 390 472
Chtristianson, Chris QDal1asJ ,,,......,,, 428
Christie, Joe QBrownfie1dJ .,,.,...,,. 391 472
Chumney, Virginia QHarniltonj --333, 379 444
Church, Gerry QFlint, Michiganj .,,, 300 452
Clark, Billy R. QDentonj ...,...,,.,..,,. .
Clark, Carolyn QRosebudj ..,.,, .... 3 36,
Charlotte QCanyonj ,,1,,,
Christine K. QDecaturj aae.
Dorothy Jane QLaredoj
Fred Douglas QDallasj ....1.........
George Ann QRosebudj 336, 340, 372
Judy QDa11asj ....,,,.....,,....,...
Crawford, Jewel QRockwallJ ,,...,,,YY 286,
Clark, Robert H. fDentonJ ,,,, .....,..,. 3 15
Clay, Albert Austin QDallasj ,,..,,,,,.., ,417
Clay, Betty Lou QNew Bostonj ,, 322, 334, 341,
Clay, Ellie QCiscoJ ,.....,..,,. ,, .,,,,,,, 453
Clay, Mary Alice QNew Bostonj 323, 339 341
Clay, Sybil Ann fPort Arthurj ,, 334, 342, 356,
Clearman, Vonie Jean QDentonJ ,,..,,.b,,, 453
Cleere, Mary E. QMadisonvi1lej ..,,,.,,,. 472
Clement, Jack fDallasj ,.a,, 320, 380, 391 411
Clendinning, Bill QDallasj ,, 313, 324, 326, 377,
Cleveland, Dorothy Evalyn QMinera1 VVe1lsj 287
Clotiaux, Fred L. fBeaumontJ ,..,, , 378, 428
Cobb, Onita QCayugaj e,,..,,.,,...,,.C,, 472
Coburn, Peggy Gene QFort W'orthJ ,,e,e. ,,472
Cockerell, Inez tDentonj ,,.,,,..,,.. 276
Cod ohnn ' Dallas
v, J v c J ,--,,--,,, ,,,.,,, 4 72
Cody, Robert C. QHoustonJ -, -,,, 362, 402
Cody, Marvin QDallasJ ,,..,,,..,,,.,,,., ,472
Coffey, Jerry Garvin Wernonj ,,.. , ,,.,,,., 183
Coger, Henry E. QWichita Fallsj -, 228, 320, 411
Coggeshall, Pege fDentonJ .,,..,,..,,,.,,. 472
Cohoe, lvayland J. fBaytownJ -, ..,,,,,, 448
Colburn, Jean tCameronJ ,,, ,,-,337, 428
Cole, Betty QMuensterJ .,,,,a ,-.,,,. 4 36
Cole, Billy Paul fLongviewj ,, a,f,.,, 308
Cole, Ralph fKrumJ .,,.,,,. ,,-,3l9, 472
Coleman, June QDentonJ .,,. ,..,,, , 335, 436
Coleman, Mona QDallasJ .a,,.1,,.., ,375, 453
Coley, Verna QBrysonj ..,,,. , , 337, 339, 417
Collins, Clarence QMonterey, Calif.J ,,393, 428
Colwell, Betty tPampaJ ,,..,,,.,,.e,,..,, 472
Colwick, Jurdiss qCliftonJ e,,.,,.,,,.a,,.,, 436
Comer, Jeanette QLongviewj .,,.,,,,.,,, ,422
Compton, Henry Allan Jr. qShermanj ,e.,e 402
Compton, Joan tFort NVorthJ ,.,,,.. , 341, 406
Compton, Ross QDentonj ,,,.,,,,,,,. ,,,, 472
Conces, Larry Wasadenaj e,,,,.,, ,-,,246, 378
Cone, James Edwin fDallasJ ,,,,39O, 396, 472
Connally, Patricia fGar1andJ ,.,,,.,,,.,,. ,472
Connel, Melvin fFort Worthj ,.,,-.,,,, 422
Connell, Wlilma fSan Antonioj ,,,.. ,284, 453
Conrad, Joe YVilliam QSan
Antonioj ,,..,,,.,,,t, -,,, 226, 378, 391
Cook Alton qDecaturj ee,, ,.,,..,, , ,,472
Cook, Arthur Lee qDallasj ,,, .,,,,,39l, 472
Cook Bettye Rose fDallasJ ,,.,,,.,,, , ,,,472
Cook, Don fYVhitewrightj ,,.,,, ,, .,,. ,393, 472
Cook James Thomas QTylerJ -,,,317, 325, 411
Cook, Jane ,,,, .,..a,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, F375
Cook Jean fCorsicanaJ ..,,.., t,,.. 3 72, 406
Cook Julia Ann fTylerj .A,..,,,.., , 325, 411
Cook Thomas Carlson Qllallasj .e,.. ,396, 411
Cook Wvayne tBrysonj ,,,e,.,, ,,,, , ,,472
Cooke, Joy qHendersonJ ,,.e,, .,,,., , 428
Cooper, Beryl D. QWVellingtonj ,,..a,. 360, 472
Cooper, Fayette Jane qDentonj ..e,,..e, .472
Cooper, James E. III fWaxahachiej ,,,., ,453
Cooper, John M. QColorado Cityj ,..,,,. ,390
Cooper, Mike fCo1orado Cityj ,..,,, 377, 472
Copeland, Frances QCollege
Stationj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 276, 384, 453
Corbett, Pat fHerefordj ,, -,,,308, 391, 453
Corley, Bob fFort lvorthj ,,, .,,..,, 298, 411
Corley, Flodellen QNoconaJ -, ,,,,.a,,. 453
Corry, Fred fFort lvorthj ,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,473
Cothran. Betty f1'arisj ,,,,,.,,,.,, , ,,,, ,,,428
Couch, Jane fGreenvillej ,,,,,, ,341, 364, 436
Couch, Jean QGreenvillej ,.,, 322, 336, 341, 436
Coulston, W'illiam Jay QLancasterj ,.,,,. ,,453
Coursey, Allan fDallasj ,..,,,,.,,.I,,,,,, ,472
Coursey. Herbert F. fOvertonj ,,,,,,,,,,, 453
Covey, Nina QShermanJ ,,,...,, ,, 353, 417
Cowan, Betty Qlilectraj , ,,,,. ,,,,,, , 436
Cowan, Marjorie fDentonj ,,, ,,,, ,366, 417
Cowan, Mary fMineolaj ,,,,.,,,,,,,..,, ,.,406
Cox, Barbara tGarrettj ,,,,,.a,,
Cox, Ben Marshall fGainesvilleJ ,,3l2, 348,
Cox, Billy QGrand Prairiep ..,,,,,,,.,,,,, 472
Cox, Boyd QYVacoj ,.,,,,,,., ,,,, 2 36, 393
Cox, Catherine QOlneyj .,,,,, ,.,, 3 23, 453
Cox, David Furman fBellevuej .,,,..,,,,L, 472
Cox, Idys 1Vaynee fMineral
Wellsj ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,, 390, 396, 473
Cox, Iweeta fGarrettj ,,.,, ..,,,,,,,.,,,, 4 36
Cox, Jere Louis fDallasJ ,,,,.,, 152, 181 366
Cox, Joy fFort Worthy ,,,,,,,.,, 280, 335, 436
Cox, Ladelle QClarendonj ,, 280, 322, 323, 328,
Cox, Marggie qBel1evueJ ..,,,.,,,.,, 323 453
Crabb, John Jr. qDallasJ ,,, ,.,,,.,,,, , 428
Craig, Babaa Ann QDallasJ ,,,,,. 322, 372 436
Craig, Conway Qlvhitewrightj ,,, ,,,, , 472
Craig, Dewey QParisj ,,,,..,,,,,. ,,, 298, 406
Craig, Ronald QDickinsonJ ,, ,..,,,,,,, 473
Crain, Bill fTexarkanaJ -, ,,.,,,,.,,, 150
Crain, Phyllis QYVicl1ita
Fallsj ,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,, 278, 375, 411
Cramer, George T. QDa1lasj ,,,...,,,,,.,, 411
Cramer, Nadine QPasadenaJ ,,,,...,,, 376, 411
Crawford, A1 QBeaumontj ,,,,,,,...,, 325, 406
Crawford, Arlette QKerensJ ,,284, 320, 341, 406
Crawford, Gayle fLewisvilleJ ,, ,,,,,..,,.. 472
Crawford, Robert Lee CFort 1VorthJ 308,
Crawley, Cecil Jr. fDallasJ ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,
Creager, Lanita QRangerJ ..,,,.,.,,,,,,, 453
Creager, Melba fRangerj ,,,,,,,...,,,,,, 422
Creel, Billy I.. fGreenvillej .,,,,, 390, 472
Crews, Betty QPittsburgj ,- 323, 337, 381, 453
Crocker, Ann QBig Springj ,,,..,,, 364, 473
Crocker, Millie Beth fMartins Millj ,,,,,, 436
Croom, Bonnie fMonahansJ 212, 286, 342, 453
Crosby, Nancy fDallasJ ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,, 345
Cross, Kay QDentonJ ,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, 472
Crossley, Pat QDallasj ,,--g J, 473
Crouch, Bobby QDentonj ,, ,,, 473
Crouch, David tDentouj ,, ,-,,3l9
Crouch, Evelyn QB1anketj ,,,.,,,,,.,,,,, 473
Crouch, Margaret QDentonJ ,...,....,,,,,, 473
Crowe, Jim fHoustonJ ..,,,, 298, 320, 406
Cruce, Ervin QFI. WVorthj ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. 422
Crumpton, Alva Nell QWichita
Fallsj ,,,, ,,,,.. , ,,,,,,,,,,,, 336, 366, 428
Crumpton, Earlene qlllundayj ,,,,,,.,,,,. 453
Crumpton, Lurlene QMunclayJ .,,,,,.a,, 453
Cruse, La Donna qBeaumontj ,,, ,,,,417
Culwell, Judy ON7eatherfordj ,, ,,,,,, 428
Cummings, Bill fA1varadoj ,,,.,,,,,., ,,-,453
Cummings, Neil S. tOlneyj ..,,,.,, 394, 473
Cunningham, Lois Nell QBomartonJ ,,,., 473
Cunningham, Troy L. qGainesvilleJ ,,,,, , 453
Curnutt, Harold fCanadianJ ,,,,,,, ,294, 311
Currens, Jo Ann CDal1asj ,,,, ,,,327, 350, 428
Currie, Ola Lee fl'ort
Arthurj ,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,, 357, 358, 381, 448
Currin, Lynn fKilgoreJ ,,,,, 334, 348, 349, 407
Curry, Ed. J III Qlrvingj 288, 311, 353, 417, 493
Curtis, Carole lllentouj ,.,,,, , ,,,.. .284, 453
Curtis, Dixie Qllentonj ,,,,,.,, ,, ..,,, 182,411
Curtiss, Eddie fllallasj ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 06, 391
Curtis. Patsy Ruth fGrand Prairiej ,,,,366 417
Curtis, Vigrinia CTroyj ,,..,,., 336, 365, 428
Curtis, William tLongviewJ ..,,,.,,, 306, 393
Cypert, Rose Elaine Qwhitneyj ,,,.,,,,,,,, 442
Dabney, Edwin fGranburyJ ,,,, ,,,, ,
Dale, Shirley QMcKinneyJ ..,,,...,,,,...,
Damon ames F Cr lwford
' , J . ,. Q . 1 J ,,... ,
Damon, Jerry fCrawfordJ ,,,.,,,,, ,
Daniel. Charles Ray fflreggtonj , ,,,,,
Daniel, Clayton T. Jr. Ovaxahachiej
Daniel, Gladys Mildred
fSmithfieldj ..,,,,.,, ,204, 333,
Daniels, Jack B. tVictoriaj ..,,,. 291,
Darden, Patricia flrvingj ,,.,,,,,.,, ,,,,
Darnell, Donna Marie fDallasj ,.,I,,, ,
Darney, Patricia fGa1vestonj ,,, 342,
Datson, Gertrude t1Vichita Fallsj ,,,,,,,,
fBallingerJ ,,,, ,,,, 366, 377, 380,
Daugherty, Erwin CKilgorej ,,,,
Daughety, Betty fLindenJ ,,,,,, 341,
Harold tMartj , ,. ,,,,,,,,,, -,,,,,
, Janet QLuedensj ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , ,
, Martha Ann fGatesvil1ej
, Nancy QShreveport, La.j ,,,,,
umontj 298, 326, 327, 337, 356,
Ben ,.,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,,,,
Boyce 1Vayne Q1Vaxahachiej ...,,,
C. Dean QDentonj ,, 298, 329,
Diane qBeaumontj ,,,.,, 334,
Don R. Hillsboro
c 5 -,,-,,,,--,,,-
Donald G. fTuliaj ,.,,, ,,,.,,,,
Doris Jean fMcKinneyJ
Honor fDawsonj ,,,,,., ,,,,,,
Ivan R. Jr. QHobbs,
New Mexj , ,,,,,,, ,,,.. , ,, ,,,, 362
Davis, J. Ann QChillicothej ,- 313, 323, 336,
Davis, Janet ,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,
Davis, Jim fSeminolej ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 335,
Davis, Joanna CMemphisj ,,, ,,,,, ,,
Davis, John L. fI,ometaJ ,,, ,, 298
Josephine fLometaJ -L
Lela Joan QMcKinneyj ,,,,..,,,,,,, 473
Davis, Lorena Ann qBe1levueJ ,, ,,,, ,, ,,,.,. 429
Davis, Marilyn fE1 Pasoj ,,,, 286, 327, 364 453
Davis, Mary fJermynj ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 335, 429
Davis, Mary fShermanJ ,,,.,,,,,,..,.. 453
Davis, Monte Hill
QNacogdochesj ,,,,,,I, 193, 204, 284, 371
Davis, Sammie Jo fDal1asj ,, 282, 366, 372, 417
Davis, Tommy QG1adewaterJ ,,,,,,,, 306, 453
Davis, Willie Gene
QSparenbergj ,,,,, ., 292, 312, 343, 380, 429
Daws, Ben tvkloodsonj ,,,,.. ,, ,,.,.,,,,,., 473
Dawson, Dorothy CDentonj ..,,, ,,, 473
Day, Janeil fEastlandj ,,,.. ,,,,, 4 53
Day, Nan QWacoJ -,,, ,.,,,, ,,,,,, 4 73
Dean, Louise fLongviewJ ,,, ,,, 365, 429
Dear, Homer CFort YVorthj ,,,. ,,,,.. , 294
Deaton, Arnie Ray Qllecaturj ,,, ,,.. ,422
Deaton, De Laine QTylerJ ,,,. ,,,..,,,, 4 29
Deaver, Delma QBowiej .--- ------ 2 84, 453
DeBorde, Doris QLancasterJ ,,,, 336, 373, 436
De Bouy, Lorain IGalvestonJ ,,,,,..,,,,, 429
Dees, Edwina Elaine
QMesquiteJ ,,,,.,,,,.., 336, 345, 350, 453
Dees, lfred H. QDa11asJ ,,,,,.,,,...,,,... 473
Delford, Horace Andrew QDa11asj ,,,,,,,,, 325
Deger, Joe QShamrockj .,..,,,. 343, 360, 436
De La Rosa, Manuel
QSan Diegoj ..,,,,.,,,,, 356, 359, 362, 453
De Long, Robert QDallasJ .,,,,,,,,. 306, 391
Denman, Cecil R. fStephenvilleJ ,,,, 379, 436
Denman, Nell tDentonj ,,,,.,,, 333, 383, 473
Denning, James fBrysonJ ,,,,,, 296, 343, 436
Denning, James QBrysonj .,,,,. 296, 343, 436
Dennis, Dick ,,, ,,,,. ,, ,,,,. ,,.,,,, 3 52, 353
Dennis, Janice fWhitesboroj ,,.,,,...,,,.. 429
Dennis, Jean fYVhitesboroj ,,,.,,,,....,, 473
Dennis, Robert B, qLancasterj ,, 150, 202, 340
Derden, Irene QForrestonJ .,,.........,,. 429
Deupree, Annie Jo fGeorgetownJ ,,,,,,,, 402
Dickman, XVilliam David QDallasJ ,,,,.,, ,393
Dibble, Parkes C. QDallasJ ,,,,., ,298, 352, 417
Dick, Clarence R. QGalvestonJ .,,,,,.,,,, 381
Dickey, George G. Qllrownwoodj .,,,,., ,362
Diebel, Janet fDa1lasj ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,473
Dill, Uran Buford QTexarkanaj ,,,,,, 331, 417
Dill, Russell Eugene QRising Starj .,,., ,411
Dillard, XVeldon fMidlothianj ,.,,,,,.,,,, 429
Dillon, Billye Faye fNVhitewrightJ ,,,,,. 454
Dimock, Bert F. Jr. QBowieJ 182, 184, 366, 374
Disch, Harlene QKermitj ,.,.,,.,,,,,, ,,,, 473
Dishman, Dorothy fBeaumontj ,,,.,, 334, 473
Ditson, Rayma Kay QDal1asj ,,,. .,,,,,. 4 73
Dixon, Gene Ql'ittsburghJ ,,, ,,..,, ,294
Dixon, Harry Ql'ittsburgJ ,, ,,,, ---,294, 429
Dixon, Melba Jean fDa1lasj -I a,,., 473
Dixon, Melvin ql'ittsburgj ,,., ,,,473
Dobbs, Clara Jo QDallasj ,,,, -- 473
Dobbs, Virginia QDallasJ ,,, ,, 473
Dodd, James Lane 'fEnnisj -, .,,, 473
Dodd, Nancy Jane QEnnisJ ,,,,, ,,,,.,, 4 73
Dodds, Bettye Jane QDecaturj ,,,,,,., 366, 417
Dodgen, Durann qWinnsboroj .,,,,.,,,, 473
Dodgen, Durward F. Jr. QWinnsboroJ ..,, 407
Dodson, Jim CGalvestonj ,,,,,,,.L, 292, 423
Dodsworth, Helen fBowiej .,,,,,,,..,,,. 473
Donoho, Eva flsascaj ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,, 454
Donohue, Robert Mangan fDallasJ ,,..,, 393
Dorn, Bettye Sue fShermanJ .,,,,,, ,359, 474
Dorough, Harold fGraud Salinej ..,,,.,,, 436
Dortch, Kenneth qDallasj ,.a,,.,,,,.,,,., 474
Dortch, Wlayne QDallasJ 202, 312, 352, 353, 417
Doss, C. B. QClarksvilleJ ,,,,,.,,..,, 296, 407
Doss, Yvonne ,,,..,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 334
Dougherty, James fDentonj ,,,, ,,., , 474
Dougherty, Norma Lee QDallasj ,, ,,,.,,,. ,358
Dougylas, Dorothy Jo QDallasj ,,.L,,.,I,, 474
Douglas, Jerry Nell QVan Alstynej ..,, 365, 474
Douglass, James A. fDallasj ,,,,,,., 393, 474
QMidlandj ,,., 152, 193, 203, 341, 342, 355
Doyel, Garth QMuncie, Iud.J ,,,, ,,,..,,,.,, 436
Doyle. Louise Wlomack
Qlfort YVOrthj ,,,,,,.,.,,.,, 330, 364, 402
Doyle, Teddy Joe QDentonJ ,,,,.,,, 343, 429
Draeger, Donna fDallasJ ,,a,, ,,.L,,,I, 4 74
Drake, lVilliam QFort VVorthJ ,,, , ,,,308
Drawhorn, Curtis L. qllronsonj ,, ,,., 336
Dreckshage, Dorothy Faye
QCrand Prairiej ,.,,-.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 412
Drew, Emmitt Kirk QDallasj ,-,,236, 294, 378
Dreyer, A. H. Jr. Gtleslacoj ,,,.,,,, 368,429
Dreyer, Mary Ann fWVes1acoJ ,.,,., 370, 474
Druke, Wm. B. qFort Worthj ,,,.,,.,,, 417
Drumwright, Charles QBryanj ,,,, 313, 376, 407
Dryden, Robert L. QLevellandy -W
Duchamp, Frank ,,,,....,f,,,.
Dudley, Jackie QBorgery ,,,,..
Duffey, Helen QFort VVorthy ,...,,...,f,,
Duke, James A. QDa1lasy ,...., - ,....,,, 474
Duke, Phyllis QA1viny ,,,,....,, 344, 376, 454
Duke, Wilma Qliallingery .w,,,,,.., 335, 454
Duncan, Daniel M. fFriscoy --- u..,, 390, 394
Duncan, Mozelle QGilmery -W ...,, 205, 316
Dunklin, Billy M. QDallasy ,,......., 391, 474
Dunlop, Jack QFort W'orthy ,,,, 170, 326, 328,
Dunn, Delmelia QBreckenridgey .,Y,,..... 474
Dunn, Dorothy QSherrnany ....,,,,,,.. 353, 454
Dunn, Mary Rheims QMcKinneyy ,... 342, 454
Dunn, Virginia Lee QForestburgy 342, 364, 429
Dupuy, Anne QLongviewy W ,,A,...Y,,,,,, 436
Durham, Betty Jean QShreveport, La.y --353, 454
Durham, James W. QPort Nechesy ..,,,. 417
Durham, Lee Etta QDallasy ,,.w 329, 335, 474
Durham, Marshall fLewisvilley ,,,......., 474
Durrett, Beth QCarthagey ,A.......,,,,,,, 474
Dutke, Richard QTylery ......,,,,,,,,,, 454
Dutton, Shirley QHamiltony a,,,, . 334, 369, 474
Duvall, Doris QPleastery ,,,,,.,,........,, 429
Dyess, Jean Evelyn QWaxahachiey ,,a,,,aa 436
Dyson, Tommy QDallasy ,,..,, 185, 296, 374
Eades, XVayne E. QFort WVorth a...,,,,,.,. 380
Earl, Bobby J. QKerensy ,,,A....,Y,,,.... 423
QBreckenridgey 194, 326, 329, 350, 369, 407
Earnhart, Sylvia Jean QKingsvi11ey ....a,,. 474
Eaton, Joann fStephenvilley ,,.....a,,,,. 454
Eaves, Nan Marlene fDonnay .....,,, 370, 474
Echols, Ava Jane fDentony ,,,,,,.. 366, 474
Echols, Georgia Ann, Megargely ,...,,,,, 376
Echols, Jane QGoahomay ......,,,,,,,, 454
Echols, Marian Qlfort YVorthy 188, 284, 412, 493
Eden, Johnny Floyd QDentony ,,,,...,,.,, 436
Eden, Mary Jane QEu1essy A......,,,,,,, 474
Edington, Betty QGrand Prairiey -- 321, 364, 436
Edmonson, Robert QG1arksvilley ,,,......, 454
Edwards, Beverly QBorgery ,,..,,,... 360, 474
Edwards, Don QBorgery ....... --- 306, 429
Edwards, Fred - .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..... 3 59
Edwards, Jane fXVichita Fallsy ........ 474
Edwards, Joe fShermany .Y,....,,,,, 393, 474
Edwards, Que Duane Jr. QRreery ,,,,,,,, 417
Edwards, Richard QOldeny ,,,,,,,,,,..,-, 294
Edwards, Sue QFort Worthy ......,,,,,,, 444
Edwards, Talou Balch fDentony W 284, 365, 429
Edwards, Tom qFort Xvorthy LL,,,..,..,-, 248
Eggleston, Thurston "Rip"
CDC Leony .....,.,,,,,, -W 338, 343, 429
Eiland, Jann Qlrvingy .... ,..,,,,,,, 4 12
Ekholm, Phil QArlingtony W .....,., 393
Elder, Amos fCliftony ,,,, v,,,,, 4 29
Ellarcl, Joe QMcKinneyy ,,,,, Yzzrzrrz 4 74
Eller, Charles QBrysony ,.,A,, -W 343, 429
Elliott, Phil QFort W'orthy --- ,.,WW, 362
1-'lliott, Robert Qlfriscoy ,,,, -W 391, 474
Ellis, Charlotte QBaytowny 2 ,,,Y,,,,,,, 474
lillis, Ed qwinky ,llooA,,e,,ooo,o,,oooo 407
Ellis, Mary Beth QThorntony W,,WW,,,, 474
lillis, Norman Dean QDallasy ---150, 396, 454
Ellis, Richard Olarshally ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 454
Ellis, Rose Ann fChandlery ,,,. WW 336, 429
Ellison, Dickie QRosebudy ,-,,,,,,,,- 390, 474
Ellison, Jimmie Lee QDecatury ....,W 393, 454
Ellison, Ruby Anneline QBonhamy ,,,,,,a, 474
Ely, Pat qSweetwatery ,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,, 278, 454
Endicott, Marlene QPort Arthury ,,.. 325, 454
Endrizzi, Oreste Albert ,,,2,,,,Y ,ea,-, 2 04
Englebert, Sanford H. ..,......, ,,,,,,,, 3 80
English, Joyce Q1-Ioustony ........,. 341, 436
Epps, David O. CDa1lasy ,,,,,,.,,,,, 318, 454
Erclmann, Gladyce Aevon fDa11asy ,,,, 342 454
Erney, Fred Jr. qDallasy LA,,,,,,,,,,----. 423
Erwin, Julia Ann QMemphis, Tenn.y .... 359
QShermany .-W 181, 350, 355, 366, 380, 407
litter, Patricia QShermany ,,,,,,,,,,,,YY 474
Eudaly, Harold Jr. QGrandfallsy ,,,, 325, 454
Euler, Patty QDallasy a,..,. 280, 310, 363, 442
Evans, Deborah Q0lneyy ..,,,,--,--A-,,Y, 474
Evans, Larry fBig Springy W -W 391, 474
Evans, Malta Lee qOlneyy --- -W 333, 474
Evans, Roy qWhitefacey --L-,,,, ,,,,,, 4 36
Everett, Perry Joy QAlvordy ---..,., ,2,-- 4 54
Evers, Sandra Jean QNew Londony ------- 412
Ezell, Billy CSangery ---.,..,,-,Y,YvYY, W 474
Ezell, Joe QDallasy --- ,,.-- 290, 417
Fain, Tye Qllallasy ---..-------4----- --44 3 90
Fallis, Mariella QDentony ------ 328, 369, 474
Farmer, Harvey QCorsicanay ---------- 474
Farr, Patricia QC0ll1I'lSVi11Cy --------A---- 474
Fatherree, Virginia QFort VVorthy ------ 475
Faught, Don QDCIIIOIU -------4-f--A- 355, 475
Faulkner, Mildred QTCHHPICD f----f--f4-f 412
Felts, Hlilliam CGLl1V6S10IlD -----f-4- ----- 4 15
Fenley, Kathryn QCiscoy --------- 337, 366, 417
Ferguson, Barbara QLitt1efie1dy ---- 334, 475
Ferguson, Bransford QShermany ------.--. 475
Ferguson, John QFort Worthy -------- 391, 454
Ferguson, Patricia Ann QMcLeany ---- 360, 454
Ferrell, George QDallasy ---.---- 153, 306, 436
Field, Joan qPlainviewy ---- 322, 335, 360, 429
Fielding, James Robert QDallasy ------ 391, 415
Fields, Janie QAnnay --------.----.--- --- 454
Fifer, Ora Maye QLubbocky ----- --- 336, 429
lfincher, Bobby qbentony --.-----------ff -454
Fincher, Katherine Jo QDentony ----.----- 444
Findley, Janelle QHillsboroy --.- 322, 336, 429
QBrysony ------ 194, 322, 323, 335, 339, 343,
373, 377, 381, 430
Firkins, Dorele QFort YVOrthy ------------ 475
Fischer, Barbara Jane QHamshirey -------- 475
Fitzgerald, Mary Gwyn ffexarkanay W 359 407
Flanagan, Betty QGreggtony ---. - ---.--- 475
Flanery, Virginia QSangery ---.---- ---- 4 75
Fleischer, Mary Beth QRockspringsy .------ 475
Fleming, Leon QSweetwatery ------ 397, 454
Flemins, Patricia QStamfOrdy ----- ------ 4 23
Flewelling, Ellen QCanadiany ---------- 430
Flinn, Patty qStrawny -------------. 332, 475
Flook, Cecil QGarlandy -------- 304, 343, 436
Flowers, Alta Marie QVernony --.----.--- 475
Flynn, Ann QGhillicothey ----- --------- 4 36
Flynt, Diana QNoconay .---.------- 365, 475
Foltz, Donna Qrfexarkanay 282, 335, 373, 407
lforbis, Janet QDal1aSy ------------ .--- 4 75
Fore, Peggy Q.-Xubreyy --.----.--- W- 454
Forehand, Mary Lou QFerrisy --- --- 475
Forrest, Jerry QVVaxahachiey ---.-- --- 430
Forshee, Dona Jean QHendersony W W 349
Foster, Jerry QFort XVorthy ----- W 437
Foster, Kenneth flfort 1Vorthy -W W 318
Foster, Patsy qDentony -----.------------ 475
Foster, Ray Nell Qlfrionay --------.----- 454
Fowler, Dorothy QFort YVortl1y W 322, 337 475
Fowler, Eugene Franklin Jr. QDentony ---- 475
Fowler, Jo Ann QMonaliansy ------.- 284, 454
Fowler, Kyle R. QAng1etony ------ 343, 437
Francis, Juanita Ruth ffempley --------- 423
Frank, Joseph YVilliam QDentony -- ---- -390
Franklin, June gDallasy -------- --.- 4 75
Franklin, Neal ------------------- -- 390
Franklin, Phil Roland fDallasy -----
Franks, Frankie Qllallasy ---------------- 454
Fraser, Maurine QKermity -----. 314, 366, 454
Frazier, Frankie Maurice QSan Angeloy -..-- 407
Fredrickson, Wade QGa1vestony ----------- 430
Freeman, Darrell QDa1lasy ------.-------- 291
Freeman, Joyce QAthensy ------ 220, 366, 475
Freeman, John Russell QDe Leony ---. 397, 475
Freeman, Orrie qrongviewy -------------- 306
French, Marian QDallasy -----.------ 376, 407
Frensley, Nevillia QDallasy ---- 328, 369, 454
Frey, Joe Jaynes QWacoy - ------- 292, 353, 417
Fruge, Lloyd QPort Nechesy -------- 291, 430
Fry, Barbara Jo QBrownwoody ---------- 475
Fry, Joyce QCiscoy ------------- W 332, 475
Fulcher, Richard QDa11asy ------ ------. 3 93
Fuller, Golda Faye Qlidgewoody -- ------- 402
Fuller, Harold Ray QEulessy ---- --- 298, 423
Fuller, James Rorace QEulessy -- ------ 437
Fuller, Kenneth QDa11asy ---------------- 306
Fulmer, Sandra qNacogdochesy ------ 356, 454
Fulton, Donald QGrand Prairiey ---. 391, 475
Fulton, E. M. Jr. QDallasy ---- 318, 340, 412
Funston, G. Dean
QWichita Fallsy -------- 304, 311, 353, 402
Gachter, Clyde QGrahamy -W ------ -454
Gafford, Jean QCayugay ------ --- 364 475
Gaines, Robert QMundayy ---..------ 322, 454
QDallasy --- ----- 313, 325, 373, 381, 407
Gallagher, Betty CCiscoy --.-------------- 475
Galloway, Ann QMesquitey 312, 332, 355, 363, 442
Galloway, James E. QDallasy --.----- 391, 412
Galloway, Mary Lou QFort Hlorthy --.-
Galloway, Patsy Ann Oilichita Fallsy -.278
Gambel, Edward L. QMernphis, Tenn.y 331, 454
Gandy, Jane fLongviewy -------------. - 475
Gandy, Max QDallaSy ----------------- - 437
Gandy, Robert R. fDallasy ---- 236, 306, 378
Gann, Virginia QHaniliny ---- -------.-- 4 23
Gantt, Burt QDecaturey ----------.-- 288, 423
Gantt, Joe Jack QPrincetony ------ 288, 353, 423
Garcia, A. Hector
QBrownsvilley -.-------- 331, 356, 370, 448
Garner, Bobby QAmarilloy --------------- 455
Garner, Jean QDentony ---.----. .--- 4 75
Garrett, Dorothy Jo QCiscoy ---- -W 455
Garrett, Rita 4Dal1asy -------..--- W- 475
Garrison, Marie Welsh QDentony -------- 430
Garrity, Johnny QDallasy ---------------- 430
Garza, Osbaldo qiuissiony ------ 359, 370, 417
Garza, Yolanda QMissiony 359, 370, 375, 423
Gaskill, Harland QDallasy ---------------- 306
Gaston, Peggy Joyce qDentony 312, 357, 358 446
Gathings, Gloria fF0rt Wlorthy ------ 321, 437
Gaude, Emily Ann QLongviewy ------ 349, 430
Gaynier, Jim Oylyndotte, Mich.y W ----- 325
Geddie, Robert QMarshally ..---- W- 423
Geistweidt, Dan QMasony ------ ----- 4 17
Gentry, Don QFort Worthy ---------- 300, 455
Gentry, Gay QDallasy ----------..-----. 475
George, Marilyn fDa1lasy ---------- 365, 475
Germany, Glenna Lee qDeming, N. M.y ---- 475
Getter, Murl Turtius QFort Worthy -----. 390
Gheen, Betty QDentony --------.--------- 476
Ghent, Yvonne QVVacoy -------------- 364, 476
Gibbs, Curtis Anne QGreenvi1ley --------- 476
Gibbs, Delbert M. Q.-Xndrewsy ---...-- 336, 412
Gibbs, YVanda Beth fJustiny --------.-- 476
Gibson, Kenneth WV. QBurkburnetty ------ 430
Gil, Gilbert S. QEI Pasoy ------------ 300, 423
Gilbert, Janet QDallasy --------------..- 476
Gilchrist, NValter YVilliam QDa1lasy --391, 476
Giles, Douglas -.---.--..-....----.-- 323, 339
Giles, Joy fBridgeporty ---- -------- 4 76
Gill, Charles qmiamiy W ----- 455
Gilliam, Bessie QBellsy ------- ---.----- 4 55
Gilliam, Harold qDallasy ---.2....-----.-- 455
Gilliland, Mary Jo QLevellandy W 276 334 430
Gillis, Mattie Lois fKilgorey W 349, 352, 417
Gillmore, David QFort Worthy ------- 397, 476
Gilstrap, Robert L. QDa1lasy 295, 334, 378, 430
Glasgow, Bill QDa1lasy -------------.- 300 455
Glasgow, Miriam QSugar Landy -------- 455
Glass, Marian QRosebudy ------ 336, 340, 437
Glasscock, Parker fTroyy ---------- 335, 430
Glazener, Una Grace
g'1'ylery ---- 170, 194, 206, 280, 328, 355,
369, 384, 407
Glendinning, John M. Jr. QDallasy ---- 352 417
Glover, Mary Gean QPine Bluff, Ark.y ---- 412
Goble, Ann Qltascay ....-....,-.,-.-
Godfrey, Lowell fBurlesony -------
Godwin, Johnny Ben Q1-'rincetony ---.---..-
Goforth, Dolores QMarshally ...-,,.,------ 340
Goin, Mary Ann QDentony ---- ---- 3 35, 423
Golden, Jeanie fSan Sabay -W --.--- - 476
Golightly, Kenneth QMallardy --.....--,,- 476
Gollob, Mike QTylery -------,,,,,,, 359, 455
Good, Dixie WVayne gKrumy -W-322, 339, 430
Goode, Glen R. QDallasy -A..L.,,.,,,,-,-, 476
Goode, Virginia QDentony .,,------------- 437
Goodman, Clifford Neil QGalvestony ------ 390
Goodman, John WV. fClarksVilley 317, 325, 407
Goodner, Harlan fDentony ,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 476
Goodnight, Pat qMemphisy ,,,,,,,,,,,.,- 476
Goodson, Rose Mary QStrawny ------ 379, 412
Goodwin, Ivan Douglas fEnnisy 356, 362, 446
Gorden, Shirley QLufkiny 2,,v,------ 351, 455
Gordon, Bill .,,,,,,,,,,,---,, YY,--YY4--- 3 43
Gorman, Louise Jean QWorthamy -W
Goss, Zelma Yvonne QDa11asy -----. 365,
Gough, Rara Ann Q'I'cmpley YYYvYvYY--YY
Gowen, Eugene QHarroldy ,,,,,,,,,,,-Y,,,
Grabowski, Helen June QPharry 359, 370,
Graham, Bryan qDent0ny ,c,c,,,,,,--- -
Graham, Shirley Mac QDentony ----------
Grainger, Grace QComanchey --,,,,,,,,,,,
Grant, Gordon fDallasy --------.. 306, 390,
Grant, Raymond fDallasy ----------
Grant, Tom fDallasy L,,,,,,,,,,,--- -
Grantham, Carole qGrand Prairiey -------
Granton, Morris fCleburney .,cA,,,,--- -
Graves, Betty Lee QHenriettay ------
Graves, Patricia fBeaumonty .,..,,----- -
Gray, Tommy QSan Angeloy --.., 238,
Gray, VVynonia Jean QMabanky ------.--.-
Greathouse, Ima QFort Wvorthy L--,.,, ,W
Green, Bobby E. QGrand Prairiey --
Green, Eddie Lou fGainesvi1ley
Glenna fBrownwoody -- -----
Greeni Janis qFort Worthy e,.. ---
Jerry K. QLewisvil1ey --- ------
Green, Jimmy fGrapeviney --
Green, Joe qFerrisy ,,,,.,. -- 393,
Green, Pat QDal1asy WWWWWWWW.. WWWWWW
Green, R. C. Jr. fGruvery ....,W,,WW 352,
Greenwell, Patsy fWaxahachiay WWWWWW 353,
Greer, Charles A. Jr. QVVacoy ..,.,, 397,
Greer, Jack L. QTexarkanay WWWW.. 338, 353,
Greer, Patsy QLewisvilley WWWW ,,,,.......
Gregory, Betty Jo fDallasy ---
Gregory, Carol QBowiey ......,,, Yee.
Gregory, Clint QBowiey ......... .,..
Gregory, Dorothy fValley Viewy WWWWWWWWW
Gregory, Stanley QJoshuay ,,......e,,
Gresham, M. Frances ---W---- --
Greunke, Herbert fDa11asy ..,,, ,......
Bill Ollaxahachiey ....W,,,W,
Golcla Denman QDentony WWWW
Griffin, James H. QChandlery ,,........WW
James Lee fPlan0y ....,,,,......
Kenneth fSunrayy ...,,WW,,.....
Griffin, Margarite Oleva Qlowa Parky WWWW
Griffin, Mary Jo fAnnay ,,,,W,......e,
Griffis, Evelyn QMcKinneyy ..,.... W
Griffith, Martha QDallasy .WW,..,,,, --
Grinke, Harriet Christine QDallasy ..,,,,
Grisham, Billy E. fGrand Prairiey ,..,..
Grogan, Jane QB1oomburgy .... 220,
Grogan, Martha QBloomburgy ,,....,.
zky, Kathryn fEdeny ..,,W,W,,....
Gross, Linda Lou QGreenvil1ey .,,e,,
Grube Evel n Denton
, 1 c J gggggg------
G'Sel1, Beverly June QTerre1ly ..,,w.......
Guerguin, Marilyn fCorpus Christiy w,,,,.
Guest, Betty QDubliny ..e,,,,,,,,,.....W..
Gurrey, Jack QArlingtony ..,.........
'uilbeau erome David Galveston
9 . ,J 1 ' 9 --f---
Gumn, James M. QDa1lasy ......f, 376,
Gulledge, Jackie fl ort
Arthury W,,,,W......,,,, 314, 330, 365
Gulledge, Sarah QFort Worthy ,,...,
Gullett, Jacqueline fKermity ,..,,,.,.....
Gunnels, Nancy fFort Worthy --- ----
Gunter, O. L. Jr. fBorgery ..,,,....,,,
Guthrie, Kathryn fFort 1Vorthy CWWW, ---
Gutierrez, Alice S. fDallasy ...,,, .,., - 359,
Gutierrez, Arturo Luis Qlapatay -- 359, 370
Guttry, John S. QKi1gorey ,,,,. --- 298,
Haberger, Mary Beth
fHoustony ,,,,,,.. 327, 337, 350, 376,
Hackney, Faye QGatesvilley ,,,,,,...,.v..
Haesley, Doran fDallasy ......,W,,,,,.W
Hagmann, Katherine Helen QDallasy ..,.
Hailey, H. M. Jr. QFort Worthy -- 300, 390
Halbrooks, Wanda fBryany ..e.,,,, 276,
Hale, Jean Paticia fSeagovi11ey
Hale Jim fClarksvilley ----WW
Hohertz, Bob fBig Springy WWWW W... -
Hall, Billy John QWichita Fallsy DWWW 334,
Hall, Dick fSan Angeloy ........,, 390,
Hall, Edna Beth
QCrawfordy ,,,,,, 282, 316, 341, 373,
Hall, Elizabeth QDentony -- 280, 313, 333,
373, 381, 384, 444,
Hall, Elma fHerefordy e,,,...... 291, 360,
Hall, Jo Ann QDal1asy ...,,A.,,, 336, 373,
Hall, Kenneth QBorgery ,,.,....,,,, 295,
Hall, Mack CMineral WVellsy ,,,.,.W.,,,,
Hall, Martha fDa11asy ..... - ..,, 282, 333,
Hall, Pat QDa1lasy .e,,,,,,,, ...W,,,,,..
Hall, Pat QHillsboroy WWWWWWWW ....,,W,,
Hall, Pierce fLa Marquey ....,,,,.......
Hall, Robert L. fBurkburnetty ---- 381,
Hall, William Brock QWeatherfordy ,,,,,W
Ham, Bobby fQuitaquey ,,,,,,...... 352,
Hamilton, Howard fDallasy ,,,,,,.. 319,
Hamilton, Nancy fWacoy --- WW
Hamlin, Shirley QDal1asy W- W----
Hammond, Beth fLeforsy .,........,,,,,
Hammond, Bill fDentony WWWWWWW...
Hampton, Blake L. QDallasy --183, 306, 320
Hampton, Hope QNaplesy 341, 355, 366, 373
Hanby, Maurine QMesquitey ..W,W 334, 369
Hanes, Martha Anne qHendersony ..,WW..
Hankins, Lowanda fOlneyy ....WW,W 314,
Hansel, Irene qSt. Petersburg, Fla.y WWWW
Hansen, Alice QBrownwoody .... 322, 372,
Hansen, Theo Jane fBrownwoody 314, 344,
Hansen, Wanda QWacoy W,WWW,...... 334,
Hanson, Lucy Anne QMissiony .... 312, 370,
Haralson, Carroll fMcKinneyy ,WW...
Harber, Ivena QDa11asy W,,W...,,,,, - WWWW
Harber, Teresa QDallasy Wve... 278, 322,
Harbison, Betty Jane fLeague Cityy ,,W,.W
Hardeman, Nita fJustiny .......W.W,W...
Hardie, Bob fFort Worthy ........
Hardin, Ann qllentony ,.....e. -
Hardin, Charlotte QDallasy .....,W,,W W-
Hardwick, Olin A. Jr. QMC-:ridiany .... 352
Mary Ann QTerrel1y W., .WWWWW - ..
Hardy, T. K. Jr. QRangery --- 238, 295, 378,
Hargrove, Noel E. fDentony ........ 329 477
Hargus, Harold Q'1'y1ery ,,v....... 397,
Harmon, Kenneth fTerrelly ..W,,W,-, -W
Mike fllurkburnetty W.WW 298,
Harper, Bessie Mae QDentony ....,,,,,WW,
Harper, Dorothy QBeaumonty WWWW 350, '
Harper, Herschel QGarlandy ..........
Harper, Myrta Bob fEldoradoy ..WW.....
Harper, Pete fDa11asy .W,,,,,WWW,,WW,-W.
Harrell, Bill Jack QDa11asy WWWWWWWW 391,
Harris, Bette CDallasy -W ------..... . W
Harris, Carolyn fDallasy W 336, 345, 354,
Harris, Dick fEastlandy - 152, 195, 298, 326
Harris, Harold fPittsburgy ---- 308, 390,
Harris, Ivan QHar0ldy ------------.... ---
Harris, James fllentony ------- -- 393,
Harris, Jean QCorpus Christiy -- -----
Harris, Lynn fRichardsony ----- ---------
Harris, Melvin G. fEld0radoy ------ -.. 296
Harris, Pat CCorpus Christiy ---- 324, 372,
Harris, Paul Rogers
QDallasy -------------- 320, 323, 334,
Harris, Tommy QChi11icothey ------ 391,
Harris, Virginia fDa11asy 182, 366, 380, 383
Harris, Virginia QPort Arthury ------ 286,
Harrison, Ann fSeymoury -.------.-- 384,
Harrison, Paul fDal1asy ---- --.--.....
Harriss, Gaye flfort Worthy ---- 282, 384,
Harrod, Bill fOdessay --------------
Harston, Edna fGrapeviney -------
Hart, Joe fMcKinneyy ----------------
Hartness, Lanona ON'eatherfordy ----- -
Hartwell, Henry Ken QParisy --------
Robert fDallasy -------- 320,
Harvey, Pat Qllenisony ---------- ..-
Harvey, Richard QSan Angeloy W 238
Harvick, Letha Faye fBridgeporty -- ,-
Harwell, Layne fRhomey ---------
Hassell, Elizabeth Bryan QPort Arthury ---
Hattenbach, Helena QSan Antonioy ------
Hawk, Cletabel Sheppard fDentony ---.--
Hawkins, Felix S. fDa11asy ------ 306,
Hawkins, Robert fliorgery -----------
Hay, Patsy Sue QOrangey --- ----
Hay, Rose QSmithfieldy ------ ---
Hayes, Joan fDallasy ---- - ----- ---
Hayes, Patricia QSan Angeloy -- ----- --
Hayes, lllayne fDentony ---------- 390,
Haynes Ann f'l'ylery -------------- - .
Haynes, Betty Qllenisony -- 282, 314, 381,
Haynes, Billy Dwayne QMcKinneyy -------
Haynes, Fay Carol QRio Hondoy --------
Haynes, Joe Preston fTylery ------ - -
Haynes, Richard F. QRichardsony -- 393,
Haynie, Ermine QStantony ----------------
Haynie Frances CRoanokey ----- -------
Haynie Harvey CCiscoy ------- ---- 306,
Haynie, Terry -, ----------------- -----
Hays, Billy Gordon fProspery ---------
Hays, Gwen f1Vacoy --------------------
Hays, Jack Qllallasy --------- --- 306,
Hayton, Corky Q1'anhandley --- ---- 292,
Hazard, Hulen Lee QEastlandy -- ----- --
Head, Marshall fGreenvi11ey ---- -----
Heard, Eddie Jean tTempley ----------
Hearne, Billye Jean
qBryany --------.----- 276 310, 366,
Heck, Doris QFort Xvorthy ------------ ---
Hedgecock, Oneita QDallasy ---------- 325
Hedrick, Mitzi flinnisy --fff -----
Heflin, Leigh QShermany --- ------------ -
Heideman, Betty Jo flrvingy ------ 280,
Heldberg, Willie Mae QHoustony --------
Heldt, James fLindeny -------------- 292,
Hellams, Virginia 1Royse Cityy ----------
Helm, Eleanor tlrcdelly -W ----- 335, 379,
Helm, Virginia Lee QCranfills Gapy 379,
Henderson, Bob fGrand Prairiey ---- 352,
Henderson, Charles Wayne
fJacksboroy -------------------- 291,
Henderson, Charlotte L. Q.-Xrdmore, Okla.y
Henderson, Claude Mike Jr.
fE1doradoy -------------- 153, 171,
Henderson, Donald Wayne Q,-Xlviny - 298,
Henderson, Helen fElectray ---- W 280,
Henderson, Lola Jo fFort 1'Vort113 ---- 332
Henderson, Lora Lee fEvanty ------ 379,
QRaymondvil1ey ------- 332, 337, 370,
Henderson, Robert H. qJacksboroy -- 291,
Henderson, Sid N. fArdmore, Okla.y ------
Hendrick, Gene fMcKinneyy -------- 295,
Hendricks, Martha fAnnay -------------
Hendrix, Nancy QDallasy ---------- 278,
Heninger, Gerry QWichita Fallsy ---------
Henry, Don Vernor QBowiey ------ 181,
Henslee, Ralph QDallasy ------------ 393,
Hensley, Billy Loyce QDentony ------ 390,
QPittsburgy ---- - ------- 295, 378,
Herbert, Allen T. Jr. QBridge Cityy
Herring, Mary Kay QLometay --------
Herriott, Jimmie QDentony ---------------
Herry, Pat QNew Braunfelsy --------
Hesse, Clyde E. QBaytowny N--N ---- -
Hesser, Phylis QBrownfie1dy ----------
Hestand, Guy QShermany ---------------
Heywood, Marian Qlfort Worthy 333, 372,
Hickerson, A1 QMineral 1N'e11sy ------ 308,
Hickey, Bonnie QJamesy ---------- 276,
Hickman, Freddie fRobert Leey 238, 295,
Hicks, Aline QHar1ingeny --------------
l-licks, Mary Ann QNacogdochesy ------
fDentony -------- 313, 323, 324, 437,
QFort Worthy ----------- --- 328,
Hilburn, Jack fGainesvil1ey ------------
fVernony --------- W- 313, 335, 348
Hill Allan QDallasy ---------------- 320,
Hill Gerald fDentony ------------------
Hill Helen Elizabeth QGilmery -- ---- --
Hill Jack M. fFriscoy --------- -W 390,
Hill, James Lee QArlingtony -W --- 320,
Hill, Jerry Lynn QBridgeporty -- ------ --
Hill Leo Frank QDa1lasy -.-- W- 391,
Hill Lois fVany ---------- ------
Hill Lois Marie QMexiay --- ------- ----
Hill Marilyn fDallasy ---- ----- - W 351,
Hill Ray fKellery -------- ---- 3 29, 350,
Hill Shirley qllallasy ------- -----W 314,
Hill William J. QMarshally --- ---- - 228
bolt, Sue CD'a1lasy W ---- ----
Hilliard Robert fDentony ---- ---
Hillin, Marjorie fYVaskomy --- W--
Hilz, Jimmie fPilot Pointy W --- 381,
Hinson, Jane fDallasy -----------------
Hinton, Naomi QFort Worthy ------ 335,
Hinton, Prilla Ann fWhitewrighty 221, 282
Hiskey, Marion fPocatello, Idahoy ---
Hitt, Sara Lu OVeatherfordy -------
Hocker, Mary Louise q'l7ulsa, Okla.y
Hodge, Arthur q1Vaxahachiey ------- -
Hodges, Bill QShermany ------------
Hodges, Maurice C1Nl0I1Hl13I1Sy --- ------
1-lodgson, 1Vayne fBoonevilley --
Hoelscher, Eugene fRosebudy -- ---- --
Hoff, Barbara fMcAlleny ----------
Hoffman, Carl C. QDentony ------------
QLaGrangey ---- 86, 320, 342,
Holcomb, Marcia QDentony --
Holden, B111 fAnnay -------------------
Holder, Nora QAmari1loy - ------ -WWW
Holdridge, Gerald fDeLeony 379, 393,
Holdridge, Joe lllayne fDeLeony 379,
Holland, Henry E. fEray ----------
Holland, Katherine Kawn QDallasy --- ---
Holland, Larry QTy1ery ------------
Holland, Mary Janelle
Holland, 1Veldon fForestburgy
Holley, Elmer Roy fDallasy --- W-
Holley, Mary Nell, Beaumonty
Holliday, Sid QDa1lasy -------------
Hollingsworth, Harold M.
1Dallasy ---------- 361, 3
Holloman, Gladys QAbi1eney --------
Holloway, Bill QNew Londony
Holloway, Roger Qlrvingy ------------ 152,
Holmes, Colleen fQuanahy ----- 286, 312,
Holmes, Martha QPecosy W- ------- W--
Holmes, Pat fFort 1Vorthy -- ------- --
Holst, Harland QBeaumonty ---------
Holt, Zollie Jr. QDallasy --------------- A-
Holter, Mary Louise
QPort Arthury ------. 314, 330,
Honea, Arthur A. QLongviewy -- 366, 397, 402
Honegger, Jolm QGrand Prairiey ,...., 352, 457
Honeycutt, Joe Bob QMarty ..,,,..Y 393, 478
Hooper, Bervin C. QBorgery --- --- 248, 457
Hooper, Fred V.
QBurlington, N. C.y ,,.. ,... 3 19, 478
Hooper, Thomas QBorgery --- .,,,, - 248
Hooten, Jim Qlowa Parky ....,,,, ..e,,,. 4 57
Hooten, Ruth Deloise QDallasy ,,,...,,... 478
Hoots, Wesley D. QMexiay ..,,, ,... 3 36, 338
Hopkins, Charles QDentony ,,,,..,, 390, 478
Hopkins, Freddie QKrumy ,,,....,,..., 478
Hopkins, Rae Ann QFort NVorthy ,,e.,,,, 478
Hopper, Robert C. QGranburyy .,,. 351, 457
Hopson, Edward L.
QGrandviewy -- 322, 323, 336, 338, 339, 431
Horn, Isaac QProspery .......,......,.... 437
Hornback, Betty QAbi1eney ........ 278, 457
Horne, Marjorie qFort Mlorthy 276, 365, 457
Horne, Mary Alice QParisy ....,,,,..e,,. 478
Hornsby, Virginia Lou QDa1lasy ,,.. 322, 442
Horton, Joel fGreenvilley .,,,,,. .,,,,., 3 00
Hotchkiss, Patsy QFort Worthy ,..e,,,... 479
House, Fred QFort Worthy --- W- 391, 478
House, Jane QSan Antonioy --- ..,,,. 457
Houser, Susan fBig Springy ,....,,,,... 478
Houston, Louis Burl QEast1andy ,,,,,... 423
Houston, Lydia Faye fEastlandy e,,. 342, 478
Howard, Carroll QDenisony ,,,... 335, 431
Howard, Jessie Jr. fFort Y'Vorthy .,,,,..,, 418
Howard, Joyce QBig Springy ..,,,,,,,.,,, 448
Howard, Mary Loraine QDallasy Y,,, 327, 457
Howell, Elinor QColorado Cityy ,... 375, 457
Howell, 1Vayne QCorsicanay ,,,. .,,,.. 4 08
Howeth, Sam D. QAlvaradoy ....a, ..,, 3 94
Hoyle, Bill QFerrisy ,........,,,,,,,..e,, 303
Hubbard, Howard M. fBig Springy ,,,,,. 352
Huber, Patsy QLeMarquey .....v,,, 365, 431
Huddleston, Arthur Joseph
QColorado Springs, Colo.y ,,...,,,,.. 402
Huddleston, Merle QCol0rado Springs,
Colo.y e...,.,,,,,,,,e...Y,e 393, 394, 478
Hudson, Madelyn Adele QDallasy ....,,,, 457
Huestis, K. NVayne QForsany ....,,,,.., 478
Huey, Mary Jane QAftony ..,,,,, -,,,, 4 78
Huff, Jack fElectray ,,..,,,, .,,,... 4 31
Huffman, Glenn XValter
QGrapeviney ,,,....., ,,,,,... 3 52, 418
Huffman, Minor Stewart
qHoustony ,,,,,, 350, 369, 383, 391, 478
Hufstetler, Thomas J. QAtlantay -- 390, 394, 478
QLougviewy ---- 313, 333, 342, 363, 442
Hughes, Jimmy fProspery ,,,A.....,,,,, 478
Hughes, Lynn QJustiny ,..,....,,,,,,,,. 478
Hughes, Peggy QFort Worthy ,,,, -W 478
Hughes, Peggy Joyce QPlainviewy ......,.. 478
Hull, Barbara fJacksboroy ,,.....,,, - 457
Hull, Beth QChildressy ........ ,,,, 3 60, 457
Hulse, Glenda QLittlefieldy ..e, ,,,, 3 37, 478
Hulse, Max D. QLittlefieldy ,,,.,... 334, 431
Humbert, Lee Drew QDallasy ,,,,,,,.. 457
Humphreys, Jean QDallasy ,.,,,,,,,,-,Y, 478
Humphreys, Robert P. Jr. Olesquitey -- 479
Humphreys, XV. Howard QTuliay .,,, 298, 423
Humphries, Henry Qlidgewoody ,,,. 393, 457
Hunt, Dave QFort XVorthy - ,,,. ., ..,, 150, 340
Hunter, Pat fGalvest0ny ,,,,,, ,,,, 3 59, 418
Hurry, Edna Kathryn QDallasy ,,,,.-- W ,- 412
Hurst, Ronald S. QTy1ery ..........-, 396, 397
Huse, Peggy QDallasy ,,.., 195, 282, 377, 412
Hutcheson, Marty QBluff Daley ..... --- 316
Hutchinson, Adele QColorado Cityy -- 344, 371
Ilutchinson, YN'illiam QLaredoy ,,,,,,,. 479
Hutchison, Lewin Eugene QDallasy -- 335, 350
Hutton, Bobby Joe QKellery ,,,,,.,-,v,,, 457
Hyde, NVayne QMcAlleny ,,,,....,., 393, 412
I-lyer, Dona Lee QCarrizo Springsy ,,,,.. 457
Idell, Nancy fValley Viewy ..e,,,,,,..,,, 479
Iles, Gene fShermany .,.... --- 357, 371, 446
Iley, Mary Lee fForneyy W ....W 369, 479
Imel, Dale QSellytowny --- -W 390, 479
Ince, David fGodleyy ,,,e.. ..,,,, 4 79
Ingle, Shirley fFort Worthy ,,,,A,,....e,, 479
QArlingtony ,,,..... 321, 380, 391, 394, 479
Ingram, Leona Anne QLaMarquey .,,,,,, 479
Ingram, Mary Jean QPilot Pointy ,,,,,,,,, 457
Ingram, Patricia Ann QDallasy -- .v,,,, 479
Ingram. Wanda Lou QWacoy WW,..... 320, 431
Inman, Bill fCorsicanay ..,.t.t,,. ,.,,-,, 2 96
Inns, Patsy Ann Q'l'exas Cityy --- ..... 457
Insall, Thomas Jess QDallasy -- W 298,
Irby, Frank QPlainyiewy WWWWWWW. --- 351,
Irion, Doris Jean QDallasy ,.,,.. -.,,
Irvine, Robert Dee fDentony --- ----
Isom, Sherrie QDallasy .vW,,,, WWL,
Jackson, Beverly Sue QMcKinneyy ..WW 322, 437
Jackson, David QHoustony ..,W..W, 298, 457
Jackson, Gwyn Lee QDallasy W,.., ..,W.. 4 57
Jackson, Jerry fDuncan, Okla.y ,,W.W,..W 446
Jackson, Joanne QRusky .WWW..,W.,WW... 324
Jackson, Ralph Edward Qweatherfordy --- 423
Jackson, Sue QFort Wlorthy ,.W...fW 276, 431
Jacobs, Barbara QKrumy ,...W,..,W...W.. 479
Jacobs, Bobby fKellery W- W- WW 479
Jalufka, Mary Frances
QR0bst0wr1y ,W..,W..,,..,,W 345, 356, 457
James, Martha Ann QDentony WtW..WW. 280, 412
James, Yvilliam QDentony .WWW W..WW.., 4 79
Janes, Ann QDallasy W ,...,W fW..-, 3 56, 479
Janke, Paula QHoustony .W..W.......... - 457
QDa11asy WW...WW... 195, 227, 306, 380, 418
Jarrett, Thomas E. QFroSty W...,....f..Y 431
Jay, Bruce QDallasy W...WW.. .YKW 4 03
Jay, Joyce fVan Alstyney ,,,, ,,,,,. 4 57
Jaynes, Rheta fBonhamy WW..., W..WW W 479
Jeanes, C. B., Jr. QBay Cityy WW,.,W 292, 381
Jeffries, Janell fAbileney W..WW., -W, 479
Jenkins, Carol fMiamiy ,W...W.. 313, 337, 437
Jenkins, Edwin E. Olesquitey .WW,... 206, 368
Jenkins, Jo Nell fO'Brieny --- --- 366, 418
Jenkins, Omer fMesquitey . .WW. W..f,. 4 79
Jenkins, Rosabel flientony .fY..WWWW..-f.Y 431
Jennings, Dwayne fVVaxahachiey .... 288, 457
Jennings, Joanne QDallaSy W..WW..,WW,..f. 479
Jennings, Mary Ann
QSWK-Zetwatery -- 152, 184, 186, 195, 366 380
Jennings, Paul QDenisony ------------..-- 479
Jessup, Nancy Lee QDallaSy WW ---.--,.. 365
Jeter, Carolyn Jean flrvingy ----------..- 479
Johns, Alice M. QUniontown, Penn.y --- 402
Johns, James Thomas QTylery ---- 183, 374 408
Johnson, Anita Jo Qlicntony -------- 351, 423
Johnson, Avis Joy QSan Augustiney ------ 479
Johnson, Bettie Sue
fShermany ---- -----.----- 3 36, 479, 494
Johnson, Carolyn CGainesvilley --, --- - 412
Johnson, Charles Lee QFort YVOrthy 245, 295, 378
Johnson, Delmo Leon Qllallasy --------.--- 479
Johnson, Frances Blythe QDallasy ----- - 423
Johnson, Fredora fCotullay -------- 339, 431
Johnson, Harold H. Qllentony W,--W ,- 381
Johnson, Joan fLaPortey ------ 356, 371, 447
Johnson, John Thomas QProspery 393, 397, 479
Johnson, Jon Marc QStamfordy ---- 396, 479
Johnson, Kenneth XVayne QSan
Sabay ----------------- 393, 394, 379, 437
Johnson, Marian fDallasy -------------- 448
Johnson, Paula yVynn Qllallasy -----.----.- 479
Johnson, Raymond Eason Jr.
QDallasy ----------------------- 390, 479
Johnson, Seaborn B. fLaMarquey -------- 295
Johnson, YVilma Fae QNCW
London - -----.--- ---- 330, 342, 377, 437
Johnston, Dolly QFort Wvorthy ------ 364, 479
Johnston, Doris Eleanor
QPerriny ----------------- 322, 336, 431
Johnston, Jan QMexiay -----.------- 284, 457
Jolmston, Jo QFort Worthy -- ---- 358, 457
Johnston, Leonard A.
QFrederick, Okla.y ------------------- 431
Johnston, Paula Mac QShermany --359, 365 479
Johnston, Ronald fBig Springy ------ 320, 412
Jolley, Joan flfort Worthy --------- 327, 444
Jones, Alvin YV. QLewisvilley ------------ 431
Jones, Beverly Janis
qFort Nyiorthy ---- 312, 350, 369, 376, 408
Jones, Dale Irwin fYVeinerty ----------- 408
Jones, Dorcille QDallasy ------ ----- , ,- 479
Jones, Doris fAnnay ---- - --------- 337,431
Jones, Dorothy Ann QLeWisvilley -- ------ 457
Jones, Everett D. fLancastery --- ---- 457
Jones, G. D. fltascay ---- ..--- --- 479
Jones, Gloria fYVacoy ------------ ---- 4 79
Jones, Howell A. Jr. QCorsicanay -- ---- 431
Jones, Jack fBridgeporty --------- ------ 2 88
Jones, Jean qBorgery --------.-- ------- 4 79
Jones, June fI.ittlefieldy -- ----- 282, 457
Jones, K. Lee CVernony WW ----- ., ----- -- 480
Jones, Linda QXVaxahachiey -- 325, 381, 457
Jones, Mary Betty QRicon, Ark.y -- ---- 443
Jones, Nancy Jean QDallasy ---.-- ---- 4 08
Jones, Patsy Carolyn QGrahamy ---
Jones, Peggy fDallasy ----------------.--
Jones. Sharon Kay
QShermany ------ 196, 279,
Jones, Vera Ann QFrionay ---------.--
Jones, YV. A. QCrosbytony --------- W
Jordan, Gene QDallasy ---- 276 320
Jordan, Joyce Faye QWinnsboroy 1 ---- W
Jordan, Patsy Jo QDa1lasy ----------- -
Joyce, Frances qMcCameyy ------ 341,
Judd, Bobbie Ruth QLancastery --------
Jun, Dorothy qFort Worthy --------
Jungbecker, Elvera QHoustony --
Justice, J. H. QCorsicanay -----
Justice, Robert WValter QCiscoy --
Kahler, James H. QCamerony --------
Kaps, Carolyn fliaytowny -----------
Karnes, Ben G. QYVellingtony ---- 298,
Katz, Howard A. QNew York City, N. Y.y W
Kautz, Sandra fFort Worthy ---------
Kay, Joann Ovinonay -.---- 332, ,
QDecatury --------- 284, 325, 341,
Keas. Buford Jr. fGrand Prairiey 339,
Keasler, Charles QGrand Prairiey 306,
Keathley, Darrell H. QDallasy --------
Kee, Alvis Ray qGustiney --------------.
Kee, Earl QFort Wvorthy ----
Kee, J. YV. fBrysony --------
Lanethia QGrahamy --
Keene, Bob QBonhamy ---
Kees, Clyde QDal1asy -.--------
Keiffer, Foster fDallasy -----------
Keith, Jean Louise qTexarkanay
Kelldorf, WVilliam Neal QTaylory
Kelley, Joan Qlireckenridgey ---------
Kelley, Johnny QLa Saray ------- --
Kelley, Pat QDallasy ------- ---
Kelley, Sammy QAlvaradoy ----
, Thad QBreckenridgey -----------
, Bruce E. QJustiny -----
Kelly, Carol fDa1lasy ------
Kelly, Paul B. QKerrvilley ----
Kelly, Thomas QDallasy -----
Kendrick, Lilbern Aston Jr.
qMount Pleasanty ----.----- 328, 402
Kendrick, Peggy fH0ustony -------------
Kennedy, Bill QBeaumonty W- -.--- --W
Kennedy, Grace QDallasy .WWWW --.--
Kennedy, Howard QPalestiney --- --- 357
Kennedy, Marion QAtlantay ------ -----
Kennedy, Weldon fPalestiney ------ ---
Kennemer, James L. QRinggoldy
Kenney, Joan QHam1iny ---------
Donald QCiscoy ----W--W
Keown, Dennis QFort YVorthy --
Kerby, Frances QLometay --------
ine, Nancy QDentony -------
Kerr, Jimmy qYVinnsboroy ---
Ketchum, Georgianne QAmarilloy
Key, Arthur Jack QCarrolltony ---
Key, Gail QCleburney -----------
Key, Leann 1Archer Cityy -------
Key, Margaret QColorado Cityy
Kieffer, Floreen QMineo1ay -----
Kiel, Gerald fNoconay --------
Kilgour, Carole QDentony ---------------
Killebrew, Harriet QParisy --------- 335,
Kimbrell, Jo Ann fGrand Prairiey ------
Kimbro, George fC1eburney ---. - 331
Kimbrough, 1Vallace QDentony ---
Kinder, W. L. QBrysony -------
Kindle, Pat McKinneyy -----
Kindred, Eunice Virginia
King, Ann Gray fTempley -- ----- --
King, Barbara QAbileney -- ---- 286,
King, Bobby QKilgorey --- WWW-
King, Lynn D. QLevellandy ---- -------
King, Marilyn QFort Worthy --,---------,
King, Marilyn Ruth fGilmery ------ 323,
King, Maxine QDallasy ------- ------
King, Tony qBrysony ------ -----
William H. Qlrvingy ----
Kinkade, Don fGrand Prairiey ------ 393,
Kinsey, Marvin qBedfordy --------------
Kirby, Richard fDallasy ---------------v-
Kirkland, Ray Allen fF0rt Yvorthy --------
Kirkland, Thomas Qlrvingy -------- 337,
Kirkpatrick, James QVVeatherfordy -- 352,
Kirkpatrick, 1N'arren Oveatherfordy ------
Kisinger, Gloria QRed Springsy -W
Kisinger, Shirley fRed Springsy ---
Kissinger, Norris qBrownfie1dy .s,,,,
Klein, Garner fDentony .,,,..,,,,,,,,, -
Kleinhans, Frances fBowiey ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Knapp, Don fBeaumonty ,..A 337, 356, 362,
Knight, Andrew G. QDal1asy ,,,,,,,,,,.,,
Knight, Bob Ray fDallasy e,,,,,,,v,,.,,
Knight, Charles W. QPort Arthury ,,,,,,
Knox, J. Wendell qxrumy W,..e,,,,,
Knox, Jolly Jean QGrand Prairiey 330,
Knox, Thomas Mark QPondery .....,
Koeninger, Doris QOk1auniony -- --
Koethe, Jimmy QSeymou ry ,,,,,,,....
Koliababa, Peter Frank
flnsinger, Saskatchewan, Canaday
Koontz, Sue fDallasy .....,,,,,.....,,
Kraft, Connie QBaytowny -- ,,,,..... --
Kregel, Charles QDentony ....,,,,,,,,
Kropp, John D. qDa11asy ...... 391,
Krueger, Patricia QDallasy ,,,,......,,
Kubica, Robert QGrand Prairiey -- 292,
Kuchenbacker, Betty QDallasy .,,, 341
lcudeika, Betty qoaiveswny tt..t...t l
Kuzell Ra mond El Cam 0
, y 4 pn
Kyle, Frank QFort Worthy ..t, 390, 394,
Lacey, Hollis fGrand Prairiey ......,,,,,
La Gue, Beverly Jeanne
fSan Antonioy ........ 342, 358,
La Gue, Dorothy
QSan Antonioy ...... 344, 357,
Lamb, Peggy QBig Springy ,,,,.,,,,,
Lambers, Gaynelle QSweetwatery --353,
Qlieaumonty ..tt,,,,n. 171, 328,
Lamkin, Joye Qwlellingtony ......,....,
Lammes, Bill QSan Antonioy ,,,,..
Landrum Ann Fort Worth
, 44 5 ,,,,,,,,
Lane, Doris Marie QGrand Prairiey --
Lane, Henry QFort Worthy ,,,,,,,,
Langford, John QDallasy ..... --
Langham, Betty fDentony ,,,,,,
Lanier Bobbie Dou lassville
, C S D --
Lanier, Robert A. fArpy ,,,,,ffYv,..
Laningham, Earl YVm. Jr.
QBorgery --- ,f,f.,ff--vf... 249,
Lankford, Bobby qHoustony .L,, 239,
Lannin Bill Panhandle
g, Q y ,,.. 304, 360,
Larkin, Lorraine CBridgeporty ,,,,,,,,,,
Larmour, Jimmy W. QGrahamy ,AL.,,
Larson, Curtis QMcKinneyy ,,,, - - ,-- -
Lasater, Arline fHoustony ,,.,, 357,
Lasater, Clyde Eugene
QWVichita Fallsy ,Lt,.. 322, 356,
Lasater, George QDent0I1y ,ff..f2W..f....
I.assiter, Jewel Denham fHoustony --- ---
Latimer, Betty Ann fDa1lasy ....,L
Lawhon, Johnny fDentony ,,,,,, ,,,YY
Lawless, Jack fDentony ....e,,,LA
Lawrence, Bobby L. QDawsony --- ------
Lawrence, Ritaf Bonhamy fffff f-,,,--
Laws, Billy Clyde fVeray W.. ........ 322,
Lawson, Carrell fGainesvilley ,,,,,,,,,,.-
Lawson, Patsy fArlingtony -- 321, 332, 363
Leach, Bill QDa11aSy ..............-----
I-eath, Barbara QHenders0ny .w.-.,.v....
Leatherman, Judy fEnnisy t,,,,,,,,,,,,
LeBaron, Priscilla QSan
Antonioy ,,,,W,,,,,,,,v 150, 312
Ledbetter, Sanford Truett QDa11asy WWWWWW
Leddy, Peggy QFort Worthy ........,,,.
Lee, Charles fSpury L,,,WW,,,v,,
Lee, Doris QTexarkanay LWWW WWWWWW
Jo Ann QPar1sy ,,,,,,Y,.... ---
Lee, N. A., Jr. QWichita Fallsy --- W
Leech, Louis Jack CCiscoy ....,,,A,,,Yff
Leeman, John QBonhamy tc,,....,v..
Leeth, James C. QHicoy ,,,, 379, 394,
Leeth, Jimmy QHamiltony .....WW,W
Lege, Anne qPasadenay ,,,,,,.......,...
Lehmberg, Lee Carl Jr. Qlrvingy WWWW
Lehrmann, Melvin QSagertony ..,,,,,,,,
Lehrmann, Norman Jean qOld Gloryy
Leibovitz, Rochelle qSan Antonioy ..,.w..
Leiter, Lawrence B. QDallasy ..WW,WWWW,
Lemons, John G, QNewporty ......,,,
Lennington, Jo Ann fMayy --- ---W
Lennington, Kathy QMayy --- ---
LePori, Juanita QDa1lasy -- -----
Lester, Jeanice QDa11asy -- ----- --
Lester, Joe B. QDal1asy -W -W
Lewallen, Billy QBradyy W --
Lewis, Barbara fTylery -------- 356, 358, 458
Lewis, Gordon fDal1asy ----------------- 318
Lewis, Lavonne Qlireckenridgey ----------- 481
Lewis, James W. QStarkville, Miss.y ---- 448
Lewis, William A. QRangery ---------1--- 424
Lewman, Virginia QDallasy -------- 322, 437
Lewter, Bobbie Lee qSangery ------ 333, 443
Liles, Bruce qWacoy ---------- -------- 4 58
Lindsay, David Jr. QDallasy -- -- 352, 419
Lindsey, W'alter QBuffaloy W ------ 378
Line, Janice QFort Worthy -- -- 364, 481
Linehan, VVayne QSongery ---------------- 481
Lipa, Sophie A. fChicago, Ill.y ---- 359, 458
Lipman, Donald fJeffersony -------- 181, 366
Lippard, Charlotte QHerefordy ------------ 458
Lisman, Onis qEnnisy ------------- 303, 413
Little, Enid QMidlandy --------- 212, 350, 413
Little, Katherine A. QJacksboroy --------- 481
QBardwally ------------ 337, 356, 383, 458
Lively, Frank fDallasy ----------.-- 303, 403
Lloyd, Kenneth fHegdersony ---- 312, 376 408
Lloyd Ruth fGeorgetowny ------ W 324, 413
Lockard, Keith QChillicothey ----------- 458
Locke, Betty QDeLeony ------------ ----- 4 58
Locke, Donald Edwin QDeLeony --- -W 413
Lockman, Ann QFort Yvorthy ---------- 481
Lockwood, Carolyn fJoy QBeaumonty ------ 481
Lofton, Ann fTexarkanay ---------- 353, 419
Logan, Betty Sue QGalvestony ---------- 481
Lomax, DuBose QWaxahachiey ----------- 481
Long, George Robert QKaufmany --------- 419
Long, Mary Beth QBeaumonty ---- W 344, 459
Longbottom, Martha QGroesbecky 220, 284, 459
Longmore, Bess QSan
Sabay ------------ 314, 336, 345, 375, 459
Lonvick, Orville M. fDallasy ------- 306, 424
Loomer, Joan QFort Worthy ------------- 481
Loton, Lynn L. QSnydery --------------- 413
Loughmiller, Mary Beth QCantony -- 286, 340
Love, Bill QMcKinneyy ------------------- 481
Love, George E. fTerrel1y --- --------- - 481
Love, Helen QFort Worthy - --- 383, 481
Love, Kenneth ------------ --------- 3 31
Love, Mary Jo QPenelopey ------ M- ---- 481
qCarrolltony -------- 325, 335, 381, 437
Lovelace, Earl fShermany ---------- 393, 481
Lovelace, John A. QFort VVorthy -- 152, 189,
196, 299, 326, 362, 374, 381 408
Lovelace, Nancy QBig Springy ---279, 364, 437
Lovell, Joan Lee QFort Yylorthy ---------- 438
Lovell, Mary Joanne QAubreyy ---------- 481
Lovette, Sue QDentony W-WW W- 297
Lowe, Joe Ernest QDal1asy --- --- 481
Lowe, William QDentony ---- ------ 4 19
Lowrance, Xvilliam Ellis, Jr.
fClarksvilley ------------------ 299, 362
Lowrie, Sue QHendersony ------------ 342 481
Lozano, Nelda fSan Benitoy 359, 370, 375, 438
I.ubbe, Don fDallasy --------,------ 308, 424
Lucas, Camille QBryany -------- - ------- 481
Lucas, Carolyn Oyfaxahachiey 325, 344, 381 459
Lucas, Helen Jean QGrapeviney WW ------ 482
Lucas, J. B. fGrandviewy -- 331, 338, 352, 424
Lucas, Ray T. qSan Antonioy ------ 295, 378
1.uecke, Carolyn Amelia QDallasy ---- ---- 4 82
Luecke, Marilyn Edith fDallasy ---- ----- 4 82
Lumpkin, Myra fMidlandy --------- W- 459
Lumsden, Carl Thomas QMcAdooy -----. 292
Luna, Sharlie QDallasy ---------- - ------- 459
Luna, Tom fllallasy ---------- 390, 394, 482
Luton, Joan QFort Worthy ------------- 281
Lutrell, Jimmy QDal1asy --- -W -------- W 482
Lutrick, Lewis QAbernathyy -- -- 295, 378
Luttrell, Lelda QSeminoley ---------- . W 482
Lybrand, Yvilliam QDa1lasy ---------- 391, 459
Lyle, Patricia Ann QHendersony ---- 334, 482
Lyles, Burnis fPanhand1ey -- 330, 360, 364 432
Lyles, Rossie QPanhandley ------ 360, 364, 482
Lynch, C. E., Jr. QGalvestony ----------- 419
Lynch, Neal ------------------ -W 292, 352
Lynch, Turney QConroey ---- W- 381, 432
McBryde, Sarah qDentony -------------
McCanless, Nella Faye qltascay ------------
McCanne, Patricia Anne fAlvordy ---- 332
McClain Frank VV. Texarkana
, Q y ---- 340,
McClanahan, Mary Lou QDallasy ------
McCleish, Annette fClevelandy ------
McClelland, Clive Wells QBrownwoody
McClendon, Bill QBrownwoody ------
McClendon, Bob QEnnisy ----------L,
McClenny, Carolyn fBallingery W- W--W
McClintock, Matty fChillicothey -W. 284,
McConnell, Bill QGuntery --------------
McConnell, C. Rex
Qlleaumonty --------- 202, 313, 334,
McCord, Carol QFort VVorthy ---- 336, 372,
McCord, Lura flierrisy - ---------------- -
McCormick, Alan fBlooming Grovey -- 336
lN1cCormick, Neta Rae QDallasy ------ 365,
McCrackin, Aaron Leonidas, Jr.
QTrinidady - ------------------- 324,
McCrady, Richard QBeaumon my ------
McCrary, Robert Eugene fDallasy ---- 391,
McCrea, Yancy J Jr. QCiscoy -------------
McCreless, Gayle QDentony ------
McCulloch, George QDallasy -
McCulloch, Shirley QDallasy ------------ -
McDaniel, Anne fS1idelly -----------
McDaniel, Luther QBig Springy --------
McDaniel, Joyce CMemphisy ---------
McDaniel, William M. fRichlandy ------
McDonald, Jimmy N. Qlowa Parky ------
McDonald, Mary Lynn fArlingtony 368,
McDonald, Patricia QFort Worthy .WWW
McDona1d, Vaudene QComanchey 332, 379,
McElhay, Jerry Ann fAthensy , ----------
McEuin, Homer Sid QGainesvilley --------
McEver, Pat QEnnisy ---- - ----------- 341,
McEver, Sally QEnnisy --------- ------
McGallion, Ray fSilsbeey ----- ---------
McGaughey, Vera QBenjaminy -----------
McGee, Jerry QOorangey -------- 393, 396,
McGee, Lucille QGa1vestony -------------
McGuire, Mickey QFort VVorthy 341, 365,
McIlwain, Carl fHoustony --------- 362,
McKay, Speed fArpy -------------------
McKelvey, James QShermany --W-- 308,
McKenzie, Charlene fNederlandy ---- 358,
McKenzie, Christy Dave
fLancastery ----- ---------- 3 19, 391,
McKinney, Billy Burt QDallasy ------ 393,
McKinney, Oscar L. QDallasy ----- ------
McKnight, Jackie fFort VVorthy --- WW
McLain, Jack R. fDallasy ---------- ----
McLain, Mary Ann QHillsboroy ----------
QLongviewy ------------ 333, 337, 349,
Mcklahan, Kenneth QDallasy -----------
McMillan, Jo fSan Angeloy -- 330, 359, 365,
QGainesvilley ---------- 284, 330, 364,
McNabb, Allene QStamfordy --- 357, 379,
McNabb, Marian QDallasy ------ W 328, 344
McNamara, Janetta QVernony 174, 287, 359,
McNatt, Marilynn QDa1lasy ------ 153, 279,
McNeely, Fredda QPetroliay 283, 341, 373,
McNutt, Patsy qComanchey -------- --
McPherson, Robert Len QNoconay W 292,
McReary, Margaret QFort
Worthy --- -------- . 182, 188, 366, 380,
McReynolds, John C. flfort VVorthy --- ---
McSpadden, George QNevaday ------ 353,
McSween, John Robert fKerensy ----292,
Mcivhorter, Frances Nell qVVeslacoy -- 325,
Mabe, Jim QFort Wlorthy -------------
Maberry, Charles QDal1asy ----
Mack, Charles QSan Antonioy ---
Mackey, Austine QMexiay -------- W
Mackoy, Margaret QYVhitesboroy -- --W
Madden, Betsy QSan Antonioy --- -----
Madden, Virginia QFort Worthy ---- 321,
Magill, Betty Lou QDentony --------
Mahan, Helen QDentony ------- 286,
Majors, Jean QFort Worthy ---- 336,
Mallery, Charlotte QMexico
Lityy --------------------- 332,
Malone, Georgia May QEgypty ------
Dottie fDentony --------------
Mallatt, June Juree QCleburney ------
Mandeville, Glenn fDallasy ------
Mandy, Marilyn QBirmingham,
Ala.y --------------------- 356,
Manire, John R. QRoanokey --------
CRoanokey -------- 280, 332, 341,
Mann, Barnett QValley Millsy --------
Mann, Margaret fFort Worthy
Mann, Robert C. QCorsicanay
Mantor, Gayle QFort Worthy -W -W
Mapp, Billie fGrand Prairiey
Mappe, Le Roy Jr. QCrawfordy
Maranto, Lucia QMarshally ---- --
Marion, Georgia qFriscoy ---- -----
Markey, Nadyne QHoustony -W
Marr, Ann QJacksboroy --------
Marr, Jack L. QMa1onej ...v,, ---
Larue fMartj ,..,,,,,, ---
Sara Beth QSweetwaterJ -- ---
Marshall, Barbara Joan QDallasj ,,,,,,..
Marshall, Helen QAmarilloj - ,A...,,, 358,
Marshall, Jerry qDermitj ,,,.,..,,,,,,fa
Marshall, Yvilliam Robert qDentonJ ....
Edna Loy QFort Worthj ,,,,,.,.
, Patsy QCo1emanj ,,,.. 314, 364,
Martin, Allen Qwleatherfordj ,,,,..a,,
Martin, Andrew D. QTerrellj-- 393, 396,
Martin, Barbara QKemahj ..,,,,,. 286,
Martin, Billy Earl QDecaturj ,,A.,,a, 188,
Martin, Charlesene qVan Alstynej 336, 342
Martin, Curry W. QBald Knob, Ark.j ----
Martin, Elizabeth Okfichita Fallsj ,,a, 335,
Martin, Ernie QFort
lvorthj ..,,,,.... 182, 284, 366, 380,
Martin, Jo Ann QLaPortej .,,,a...,,,,..
Martin, Joan QDenisonJ ,,,,,...,,,,,...
Martin, Joan Qacksboroy -- ....,,, ---
Martin, Katherine E. QLongviewj - ---
Martin, Kenneth QDa11asj ., ,,,,...a,,,,. -
Martin, Lisbeth QSan Antonioj .,a,,, 323,
Martin, Violet Ann QWeatherfordj E... 353
Marvel Ernie Panhandle
, Q ' J -,.... 241,
Mashburn, Martha Nan QDa11asj ..,,,,r..
Mason, Harrell QDallasj ,...,,,, 375,
Massey, Arthur QProsperJ ,,,,,.., 315,
Massey, Doris QFort Wlorthj ,.a. 280, 334,
Massey, Jack J. QDentonj ,,a...t,,,....,,,
Massey, Margaret QPort Arthurj .....,,,,
Massey, Marian L. QFort Worthj -- ---
Masten, Bobbie 1Dentonj ....,,,, -----
Masters, May Beth QMexiaj ------------
Mathers, Ruthanne QFort WVorthj -.--- 276,
Mathews, Jan QSan Augustinej ---- 280,
Mathis, Albert Marcus QSagertonj -- 393,
Mathis, James O. QLongviewj ------ 337,
Matlock, Elwanda QJacksboroj -- 312, 361,
Matthaei, Tom -------- - ----------.-----
Matthews, Billy QFort Worthy -------.--
Matthews, Billy C. QHaskcllj --------
Matthews, Juanell QSunsetj ------ 220, 284
QDentonj ---- 286, 310, 313, 339, 341,
Mattingly, Doratha Joy QDentonj -- -------
Betty QCleburnej ---.-- 282, 323,
Maughan, J. A, QSangerJ ---------..-- -
, Billy QBig Springj ---- 196, 227,
, Bobby QBig Springj ------------
Maxwell, C. A. QNN'iln1erj ------ 362,
Maxwell, Charles YV. Qwaxahachiej -- 335
Maxwell, Mary QFort WVorthj ----------
Maxwell, Robert N. QDallasJ ----- -----
May, George Reid Qlfloydadaj -- 291,
, Rosemary QTylerj ---- ------
, Shirley Ann fVVll1'llCI'J ----
, Theresa Qfiatesvillej .-----.--- -
, Sally QDentonj ------- .-- 174,
Mayes, Mary Louise QFort Stocktonj --344,
Mayes, Nancy Jean QFort Stocktonj ----
Bob QHoustonj ---------- 299,
Mayo, Thressie Marie 4Da11asj ----------
Mayo, Thomas M. QDallasj --- ------
Meador, Jane fWVhitewrightj -- --- 334,
Meaker, Inez QPanhandlej --- ---- 360,
Means, Martha QPecosJ ----- --------
Means, R. YV. QPecosj ----- ---- 3 90,
Mehaffey, Jerry QGOIIHHHD --- ------
Meisch, Sue QMarlinj ----------- ---
Melton, Madelynn Iline QWacoj ---- ---
Meine, David L. QWVichita Fallsj --------
Menasco, Sarah fGrand Prairiej ------
Mendenhall, Lucille QDentonj 168, 196,
Mensman, Don QGalvestonj ------ 325,
Merrell, Bryan E. Jr. QFort Worthj --
Jo Anne Oklhartonj ----.-------
Eileen QDentonj -----------.- -
Jack QFort Mlorthj --------
Bobby Glenn QFort Worthj ------
Mettler, Benjamin B. QVernonj ------
Mary Lou QE1 Campoj -----. 286,
Meyes, Regis QTexas Cityj ---- -----.
Middleton, Jane QDeKalbj --- --- 276,
Middleton, Melvin Byron, Jr.
QDallasj -------------- --- -- 393,
Midgett, Bill fDentonj ----- ----- ---
Miles, James QGrapevineJ ----- --- 397,
Miles, Mary Kathryn fDallasl ------ 371,
Milholland, Larry QDallasJ ---- ---- 3 90,
Miller, Earldene QParisj ---- --- 277,
Edwin QCelinaj ---- -------
Jim QDallasj ------ ---.-
Milleri La Verne QDallasj --- ---
Miller, Lloyd M. QDallasj -- --- 291,
Miller, Lou Ann QParisj ----- ---------
tGustinej --.- 277, 312, 332, 337,
Miller, Martha QCollege Stationj -- 344,
Miller, Meryl Mankin
QFort lvorthj -- 313, 335, 340, 350,
Miller, O, L. qAbilenej ------ - ----- 315,
Miller, William D. QCleburneQ ---- 288,
Milligan, Imogene fMcKinneyj ----------
Milligan, Rondal QSlidel1J --------------
Milligan, Sue QRockwoodj -- 312, 333, 363,
Mills, Weldon Otto QHubbardj ----------
Milner, Jerry F. QSan Antonioj ------ 397,
Milner, Mary Alice QMarshal1Q 345, 366, 381
Milsap, Grady QBal1ingerj ---- 1- 182, 366,
Milton, Richard Dwayne QFort Worthj ----
Mims, Judith QDallasj ------------------
Mince, Aloren QCantonj ------ --- 300
Miner, Phil QDentonj ---------- --------
Minick, Gloria QBurkburnettj . ----- 316,
Minick, Joe D. qliallasj ----- . ----------
Miron, Nathan QHoustonj -- 335, 356, 362,
Donovan R. tBrys0nj --------
Mitchell, Fred QWestonj ------ -, .----
Mitchell, Loyd Daile QSaint Joy ------
Mitchell, Joe QGainesvi11ej ---------------
Mitchell, Margie qwaxahachiej ---.-- 336,
Mitchell, Rita QDallasj -------- ------
Mitchell, Sandra -------------.- -------
Mixon, 1Vil1iam A. QDent0nj ------ 339,
Mobley, Orwin G. QGonzalesj ----------
Moellenberndt, May Dell QGalvestonj ----
Mogonye, Jack QWichita Fallsj ---- 393,
Money, Melba QGladewaterj --------------
Monk, Carole Lynn QDa11asJ ---- 221, 324,
Montgomery, Jerry YV. QDallasj ---- 390,
Moon, Sandra qDallasj -.-------------
Moore, Billie Beth QFort M'orthJ ---- 366,
Moore, Billy Tom fGar1andj ---- 307,
Moore, Carol QArlingtonj 221, 281, 321, 352
Moore, Clariece QDallasj .----------------
Moore, Dorothy Bee QDublinj -----------
Moore, Jack QMcKinneyJ ------ 319, 393,
Moore, Jake XV. QFort Nvorthj ---.-- 394,
Moore, Mary Sue Qlrvingj -----------.-
Moore, Peggy QDallasj -- 281, 353, 384,
Moore, Richard QCorpus Christij --------
Moore, Robert E.
QAr1ingtonJ ----.----- 299, 317, 325,
Moore, Ruth Aleen QC1iftonj ---. 287, 316,
Moore, Theresa Q,-Xbilenej -------- 287,
Moorman, O. D. QGrahamj -----------
Moos, Martha QMarsha1lj ------------.-
Morehead, Jo Anne QClarksvi1leJ ---- 277,
Moreman, Joan Qfledleyj ---- 277, 356, 360
Morgan, Joy fDentonj -----------------
Morgan, Roberta QDallasj --------------
Morgan, 1Vynelle QMcCameyj 335, 37 377
Morris, Betty Qliallasj ----------..-- 351,
Morris, Darlene QO1neyj ---- --- 277,
Morris, Fred QDentonp ------ ..--.-
Morris, Johnny H. QLeforsj -- ------ --
Modena QChildressQ --- ---
Morriss, Edd QBonhamj ----- ------
Morton, lVanda Oklinnsborol ------- 357,
Mosel, Stanton QSan Antonioj -.---- 228,
Moseley, Nancy QCelinaj --------------.
Moseley, Ray Neal QMarsha1lj -- 180, 326,
Mosely, Boyd QKermitj -.----- ----- 3 04,
Moser, John WVm. QDa1lasj --- ------
Mosley, Otis QSouth Bendj --- ------
Moss, Gerrie Qacksboroj .--- --- 282,
Moss, James Qllinggoldj --.-- ----. 3 91,
Moss, Letitia QBonhamj ---------. ,. ---- -
Mote, Robert Benton QDa11asJ -- 307, 490,
Moussa, Patricia QShermanj ---------.--
Moughon, Sam OVeatherfordj ------------
Moyers, Jimmie tFerrisj ------- ------
Muecke, Dorothy QGalvest0nj --- --- 342,
Muecke, Norman QC-alvestonj -- --- 288,
Mulkey, Charles qDentonj ---- ----
Muller, Clyde QVernonJ ---- ---
Muller, Mary Lou QHoustonj --- ---
Mullinax, Sue fKermitJ ----- --
Mullinax, Joe tKermitj ,---- -- ----
Mullins, Charles B. QPoteetj - -- --
Murphy, Hal Gene fCorsicanaj ------ 296,
Murphy, J. P. fE1ectraj ------------ 325,
Murphy, Mike N.
QMcKinneyj ----- - ----- 319,393,396,484,494
Murphy, Shirlie McClellan
QGrovesj --------- 205, 330 365, 403, 493
Murphy, Wiilliam H.
QMilwaukee, Wis.j ----.--- 331, 338, 484
Murray, Edward QBoston,
Mass.j -.------------- 331, 336,
Murray, John C. QJacksboroj ------------
Murray, Roger E. QGainesvillej
Musick, James fTerrellj -- -----
Musser, Skyles C. QDallasj -----
Jack QDallasj ----------------
Jo Ann QDallasj -- -----------
Sara QCarro11tonj -- 282, 310,
Katye Sue QGrahamj
Yancy Carlos QGrahamj
Grada Lou QDeLeonj -- --
Mary Jo QCarthagej --
Leslie QGalvestonj -----
Neal, Edyth Ann tDentonj ---- .----
Neal, Franklin XV. QDa1lasj - --------- -
Neely, Eula Kate Qlirownwoodj -. ------
Neely, John fDentonj ------ 299, 353, 366
Neely, Rosemary QFort W'orthj -------
Neely, Tommie Sue QMid1othianj --------
Nelson, Barbara Lee Qlfort WVorthj ------
Nelson, Cleve QDallasj .. .------ ----- - --
Nelson, Leslie R. Qlclarlingeny --- ---
Nelson, Margie tDentonj - ------ -----
Nelson, Paul R. QMansfield, Lag ---- , -
Nelson, Preston qPort Arthurj --.. 331,
Nelson, Shirley QBorgerj ---------- 277,
Nelson, Steve QGi1merj --------- -------
Nelson, Virginia Ann QMundayj ---------
Nesbit, Harlen QAmarilloj ---------- --,-
Nevans, Melba Sharron QBrownwoodj 337,
Newby, Beverly qDa11asj ---------------
Newby, Mary Elizabeth
Q'l'uliaj ---- ----- 287, 322, 341, 360,
Nichols, James David Jr. tDallasj ---- 291,
Nichols, Janet fCorsicanaj --------------
Nicholson, Ertie Lou QDallasj -.---.- ,
Nicholson, Joyce QFort l'Vorthj -- 337, 365,
Nicholson, Mona Leta flleportj ------ 364
Nicklass, WVi1lis Lynn fGrafordj -- ---- 379
Nicksick, Bernice QLake 1Vaccamaw, N. CJ
Niteholas, Monty qMcKinneyj ------ 393,
Nitsche, Jerry fDallasJ ------------- 304,
Nix, Delaine qDentonj - ---.------------ -
Nix, Joe Dale Qltleatlierfordj ---- - ------ -
Noah, Pat QDentonj ---- 153, 281, 313.
Nobles, Richard fDa1lasj ---------- 391,
Noel, Sammy E. fWVaxahachiej ----------
Noland, Emma Jo
qBaytowny ---------.-- 313, 372, 377,
Norman, Beth CBlumj -----------------
Norman, Grace CBryanj -------
Norrell, Peggy QLancasterj ---.-- 337, 342,
Norton, Nan QGainesvillej ---------- 365,
Nowlin, Jackie QPort Arthurj -- ---- 281,
Nunn, Shirley qFabensj ..--- -----
Nusbaum, WValter QDal1asj --- ----
Oblander, Lila Jean QSan Antonioj -- 372,
O'Brien, Carolyn fDal1asj -.---- 330, 365,
O'Brien, Johnny QDallasJ ---------------
QTuliaj .-....---- 287, 310, 341, 342,
O' Daniel, Donna QTuliaj ---------- 287,
O'Dell, Kenneth QDentonj -- --- 190,
O'De1l, Stewart qBeaumontj -- ----- --
Odle, Annette QMcKinneyj --- -----
Odom, George QDenisonj ------------ 352,
Odom, L. Mayne
QLing1evil1ej ----- -------- 340, 361, 379,
Odom, Patsy Ann --- ----------------- -
O'Donnel1, Gene qltfaxahachiej ---- 292,
Qlfort Worthj -- 312, 333, 363, 373, 377,
O'Farrell, Walter Qlfort Mforthj ----.--- --
Officer, Jean QJacksonvilleJ -------- 371.
Ogburn, Martha Ann Qeffersonj ---- 356,
O'G1ee, Johnny qDa11asj -.---- 197, 292,
Ogletree, Bill qShermanj ---------------
O'Grady, Loy Eugene fPort Arthurj ----
Oldham, Cherry QDallasj ----- 323, 393,
Oliver, Anna QDentonj -------------- -
Oliver, Charles QMartj ------------ 393,
Oliver, Eunice N. Qllentonj -----------
Oliver, Jeff QTemplej -------------------
O'Malley, Ethel Gene QFort Worthy ----
O'Neal, Billie Jean QBig Springj --------
O'Nea1, Evelyn QSaint Joj ----.--- ---
C. QDallasy ,,.. ,,
O'Neal, Jerry Marcus fSan Angeloy ...w,,
O'Neal, Ray Cyril Qllallasy ,,,,,,,-.,Yv,,
O'Neill, Georgiann tHoustony ,,,,,,,,,,
Ordway, Donna QLaredoy .... 327, 350, 369,
Orjuela, Hector QBogota, Colombia,
South Americay ,,...-,, 203, 304, 375,
Orozco, Alberto tLaredoy ....C. 359, 370,
Orton, Rosemary QFort VVorthy ...,rA 328,
Osborn, George CSan Angeloy ....,.,...
Osborne, Nellie QPanhand1ey ..,.. ...e,
Oswalt, Kenneth Gene QShermany ..o, 390,
Ott, Dwight fDallasy ,,,, ,,e.,,,,,,, 299,
Outhouse, Barbara tHawkinsy ,,,,,, 287,
Owen, Clifford Wayne QQuanahy .....,.,
Owen, Hazel Lanell QConroey .w... ,,, ,,
Owens, Saralyn QCarthagey ,,,, ,, 357,
Padgett, William A. tRaleigh, N. C.y ,, 381,
Page, Evelyn Qllentony ,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Palmer, Billy Jack QBonhamy ,,,,,,,,, ,,
Palmer, Kay fFort YVorthy .......... 337,
Palmer, James B. tGrovesy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Pang, Robert QHonolulu, Hawaiiy .,,,,,,
Pankhurst, Martha QHollidayy ,, 277, 341,
Park, John tDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
Parker, Betty Ann
tCentery ,,,,, ,, 314, 336, 340, 345,
Parker, Diana Qllallasy ,,,,,,,,..,,....
Parker, Gala Joy Qllentony .......... .,
Parker, Jack Wernony ,,,,,,,,,,,, 331,
Parker, Jerry QMarshally ....e,, ., ,,....,.
Parker, Margaret Ann tMarshally C... , .
Parker, Mary Sue fNew Londony ...... 277
Parker, Pat fllallasy , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,
Parkes, Patsy tDenisony ,,.... 283, 373,
Parker, Vernon Horace tDallasy ,,,, 390,
Parks, Sarah Ann flientony ,, 322, 335, 341
Parks, Yvonne fDallasy ,,,,,,,v....,a,,
Parrish, Bobby Hlayne tl-'ort Yylorthy ,, 331
Partin, Chick Jennan Qlfort Wlorthy
Parvin, Laura Qllentony v,,,.e,,,e,,
Patrick, Bobby Allen
fArcher Cityy ,,,,,.. . .....
Patrick, Cynthia fyyleatherfordy ,,
Patrick, Jerry H. Qllallasy .......
Patten, Jack QDenver, Colo.y ,,,
Delores fllentony ,,,
Patterson, Janelle tEastlandy ,,,
Patterson, Paul D. QPetro1iay ,,,,,,,,
Pattillo, Shirley fGalvestony 336,
Shirley Qlfort Stocktony
Patton, Howard fllrocketty ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Patton, yVanda Qllallasy a..... 214, 285,
Paul, Emilio S.
tSaltillo, Conn.y ,,,,. ,, 375,
Paul, June tCiscoy , .,,..... ......
Pauley, Janet qMcCameyy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Paulissen, George T. fPort
Arthury ..,,,i,,,,i,,, 203, 206,
Payne, Betty Belle QFort lVorthy ,,,,,. 336
Payne, Jack Denman QCleburney ........,
Payne, June tDallasy ..o,,,,,,,,e
Peacock, Barbara tMineolay .....
Peacock, Dan fMineolay ,,,,.Y,. .,,,,,,,
Pearce, Billy QGrand Prairiey ,,, ,,,
Pearce, Francene QCraney ..,v... ...., , ,,,
Pearce, Jeana tlfort Worthy a,,,,,,, 279,
Pearson, Oliver Lee tCorsicanay .........
Pemberton, Caro QFort Worthy ,,
Pendleton, B. WV. fKermity ..... ..,
Pendleton, Camille fl-'armersvilley ..,, ,,,
Perkins, Barbara Bethe QSaint Joey ,, ,,,
l'erkins, Joyce qPilot Pointy ..,,,,,,, ,,,
Perrin, Billy Jack QRangery ..,e...
Perry, Cora Margaret Qlylarshally ......
Perry, Elza Jr. QDeLeony e.,,,,,,,,.. 391
Perry, Frank fDallasy ,,,,o, , ,,,,,,...,,
Perry, L. R. fMarshally ---- 349, 394, ,
Perry, Mary Frances tSad1ery .,,,,e.,,,,,
Perryman, Jatis t'1'y1ery L,,,,.L,,,,,
Perryman, Ray XV. fDentony ,,, ,,,,,,
Peterman, Shirley QDallasy ,,,.,
Peters, Betty QDentony ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Peters, Dale Hugh QFort
Worthy ,, 174, 197, 312, 326,
Peters, Jo Ann flfort Worthy ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Peters, Victor QDallasy ,.........
Petersen, Jack fDentony ......,.....a,,..
Peterson, Arthur A. fDenisony ..,,,,.....
Peterson, Margaret Lynne
tMissiony ,.. ......,..,,,,, 342, 376,
Peterson, Paul QDenisony ,,, 197, 304, 381,
Billy Mlade tBeaumonty ,,,,,,,,,,,
Pettigrew, Paul QFort
1V0rlby ,, .,,., . ..L,,,,,, 327, 328, 369,
Pettit, Alton fChildressy ,,,,,,,,,,,, 352,
Peveto, Nelda fBeaumonty ,,, ,,,, 368,
Pfotenhauer, Andrew Phillip
QMcAlleny ,,,,. , ,,1,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,
Phife, Delores QDallasy .e., 329, 335, 342,
Phillips, Gladys Charles
flredelly ,,,, , ,,,, ,, ,------ ,,, 379,
Phillips, Richard CQuanahy ,, .,.s ,,
Phillips, Thomas J.
fHillsboroy ,... , , ,,,,,,,,, ,,,
Philpott, Lola Mae QShermany ,,, ,,,
Pickens, Alex L. fDallasy ,,,,, ,,,
Pickens, Connie QGilmery ,.,, ,,,
Pickerell, 'llhonias R.
tJacksboroy ,,,,, ,,, , ,,
Pierce, Kenneth Qlirownwoody ,,,,,,, 390,
Pilcher. Jeanette QAbileney ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,
Pilley, Edward Fearn, Jr. fDallasy ,, 328,
Pinegar, Bruce qSouth Bend, 1nd.y ,,, ,-
Pixter. Edith Lou COzonay ,,., 334, 372,
Piner, Ray Jr. COzonay ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 99,
Pingree, Harlen fCiscoy ,,, ,,,,., ,,,,
Pingree, Mary QDallasy ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
Pinkerton, Jane tFort
yVorthy ,,,, ,,,,,, 312, 348, 358, 375,
Pinson, Bill Jr. QLancastery ,,,,,,,,,, 394,
Piott, Jane QDentony ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,
Piper, Joetta CDallasy ,WW ,
Piraino, Virginia tHoustony ,,,,,, W, 287
Pittman, Enid fDentony , ,, ,,,,,,, 334,
Pittman, Mary Catherine QDallasy ,,,, 376
Pittman, Merwyn fWinnsboroy ,, ,,,,,, ,
Pittrnan, Sara Howell fJacksonvilley ,,,,,,
Platas, Hugo fMexico City, Mex.y ,,, ,,,,
Platas, Oscar Qlylexico City, Mex.y ,,, ,,,,
Platt, Nancy CLongviewy , ,,, ,,,, ,,,
Pliler, Randall Zack fFort Vlorthy ,,,, 352
Poe, Mary Janette tDentony ,,,, ,,,,,,,
Poer. Marvin fSimmsy ,, ,,,, 352, 353,
Pogue, Mary Lou fBurnety ,,,,,,,,,, , ,
Pogue, Sain tDallasy ,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, 242,
Poindexter, Jacquelyn fGrand
Prairiey ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 283,
Pollan. tDallasy ,,,,,, ,,,,,
Pollard, Barbara CDallasy ,, ,,,,,, ,,
Pollard, Don Kent QDallasy ,,,.,,,, 300,
Pollard, Donna fCoopery ,,,,,, 325, 381,
Ponder. Pattye fllallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 350,
Pool, Elmer Jewel
fMarty , ,,,, ,,,,.,,,, 379, 390, 397
l'ool, Jane QNevaday ,,,,,,,,,, 314, 335,
Pool, Jean QTexarkanay ,.. 283, 322, 335,
Pope, Monda CFort Worthy ,,,, ,,,, ,,
Porch, Jerry fllallasy ,,,,,,,,, 305, 390,
Porter, Frances tyylheelery ,, ,,,,, 381,
Porter, Gene tNoconay ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Porter, Jackie QFort
XN'orthy ,,,, 221, 277, 314, 341, 461,
QShamrocky ,,,,,,,, 356, 360, 371, 377
Porter, Peggy tShamrocky ,,, ,.,,,,,
Porterfield, JoVan Oylaxahachiey ,, , ,
Powell, Barbara Lee QDallasy ,, 340,
l'owell, Sam R. fEnnisy ,- ,,,,,,,
Powers, Phyllis QJustiny ,,,,,,,,,,,,
QPort Arthury ------ 312, 325,
Prachyl, Bettye Qlfort Worthy
l'rather, Virginia tSaint Joy ,,,, , , ,
Pratka, Wylerner fHoustony ,,,, 307,
Powell, Frances fN0c0nay ,,, ,,.,, ,-
Jimmy W. QDoughertyy ,,,,,,,,,
Eugenia fBreckenridgey ,, ,
Patsy fMarshally ,,,,,,,, ,,,
Prentiss, Charlene QFabensy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Price, Betty Jane
fMcGregory ,,,, 314, 332, 345,
Herbert fCorsicanay ,,,.,,,,
Price, Joe Wayne fFort Xylorthy ,,,
Price, Norris E. QEvanty ,,,,,, 391,
Price, Patsy Dale
tMcGregory ,,,, 313, 366, 381,
Price, Sari Lynn
QDentony ,,,,,,,, 285, 328, 350,
Prideaux, Jerry fDenisony ,,,,,,,,,,,
Pridgeon, Patsy QFort Worthy ,, ,,,,,
Prince, Johnny Earl QFort Worthy ,,
Prince, Velma Claire QFort VVorthy
Prince, Verna fOrangey ,,,,,,,, ,.,,, , ,-
Pritchard, Elizabeth tWingatey ,,,,
Pritchard, Penelope QBeaumonty ,,,,
Pritchett, Thomas G. qEnnisy ,,,,,,
Proctor, Floyce Jean fDallasy 312,
Proctor, Joan QWeatherfordy ,,,,,,--,
Pruett. Marilyn fwlichita Fallsy ,,, ,,,,
Pryor, Eldared QRnsky ,,.,,,,--- --,, , ,K
Purcell, Patricia fDallasy ,,, ,,,,- ,Y 332,
Purgason, Bettye Joan QDentony 203, 366,
Purgason, James tGainesvil1ey ,,,, 390,
Putman, Daffin fPutdony ,,,,,...,, 332,
Pyles, Joyce QEdeny ,,,,,, - U 369,
Quale, Fred G. fHoustony .,,, 331, 352,
Qualls, Charles M. QHillsboroy 242, 295,
tMcGregory ,,,,,, 287, 336, 369, 373,
Queen, Darrel fGreggtony ,,,,--,,,,,
Kenneth R. QGreggtony ,- 349,
Shirley fDallasy ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
Ragland, Bobby fSweetwatery ,,,,,,,,,,,
Ragsdale, James NV.
tDa11asy , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 380, 390, 394,
Ramer, Jimmie Ann
Qllallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,, 312, 355, 371,
Rainey, Nelda QSpury ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Ramos, Charles QDallasy ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
Ramsey, Joye QDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Ramsey, Norman Albert
QColumbus, Ohioy ,,,,,,, ,,,
Ramsey, Sue fBryan's Milly ,, ,,,,
Raphelt, Vevna fStamf0rdy , ,,, ,,, ,,,
Raphelt, Willie C. fStamfordy ,,,,,, 337,
Rapp, Jean Qlylineolay ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Rasor, Robert fDentony ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,
Ratcliff, Joe QDallasy ,,,, , ,,,,,, 380, 393
Ratcliff, Peggy QDallasy ,,,,,, 324, 377,
Rathke, Nancy Ruth QHol1idayy ,,,,..,,
Ratliff, lVilliam J.
fCleburney ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, 292,
Rawls, Roy fGormany ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,
Ray, Mary Sue QFort Yvorthy ,,,, 357, 358
Reames, Pete QDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 359,
Reasoner, Ginger QDallasy ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,
Reaves, Helen "Lark" fKatyy 281, 365,
Records, Jane QFort Worthy ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,
Redman, Billie Laverne fNoconay ,,,,,,
Reed, Claude "Buster" tllallasy ,,,,,,,,
Daisy Ann 1Electray ,, 281, 320, 334
Ramsey, James Allen "Jimmie" QDallasy ,,
Ramsey, Maydel fltascay ,, ,,,,,
Reed, Dorothy Jean QMaypearly ,, 322, 335,
Reed, Jim fStreetmany ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Reed, Joan fSan Antonioy . ,,,,,,,, 372,
Reed, Laura Jeanne Olidlothiany ,,, 333,
Reed, Margaret fMidlothiany ,,,,,,, 333,
Reed, Marilyn QDallasy ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
Reed, Mary Ida
QNew Bostony ,,,,,, ,,,
Reeder, Thelma Adams
QWichita Fallsy ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,U
Reeh, Thomas F. tLongviewy ,, ,,, 307,
Reese, Larkin QKountzey ,,.,,
Reeves, Dalpha fSweetwatery ,,,,,,,,
Reeves, Doug QTerrelly ,-,,,, 299, 391,
Reeves, Mary Ruth QFort Worthy ,, 332,
Reeves, Perry fMundayy ,,,,,,,,,,,,-- W
Reiman, Joe QDentony ,,,,,-,,,,- -gzz
Q'1'exas Cityy ,, 150, 313, 352, 353,
Renfro, M. Barrett QCarrolltony
tLeonardy ,,,,,, , ,, 204, 230, 242,
Ressling, Richard Charles
tPort Arthury ,,,,,,,, 202, 312,
Reynolds, Barbara Jean qTylery ,,,,,,,,,,
Reynolds, Billye Gene QBrysony ,, 333, 363
Reynolds, B. Leo
tLindsborg, Kan.y ,,,, ,,, ,-UW,
Reynolds, Harry Martin
Qwichita Fallsy ,,,-,,,- ,W --U
Reynolds, June QBIYSOIID, .,,,,,,, --zzvm
Reynolds, Mary Ellen fAmarilloy 371,
Reynolds, Nannette QTerrelly ,,,, ,,,,
Reynolds, Robert A. fDa1lasy ,,,, ,,,,,,
R6y'l10ldS, Shirley fNoconay ,,,-,,--M, ----
Reynolds, Mary Ellen QAmarilloy 371,
Reynolds, Nannette tTerrelly ,,-,, -,Y---
Reynolds, Robert A. QDallasy ,,, --
, Shirley tNoconay ,,,, Y
Reynolds, Wanda fBig Sandyy ,,
ill QDa1lasy ,,,,,,,,
Rhodes, Jim qFort Worthy ,,,
Rhodes, Wanda lMineo1aJ .L v,,..,... 366,
Rice, Ruth Carolyn QSulphur
Springsj ----LLL 197, 355, 366, 372, 381
Richards, Betty Jane fMineral Nvellsj ,,,.
Richards, Jimmy L. QFort Worthj -L 307,
Richards, Mary Jane QGa1vestonJ ,..,,,..
Richards, Richard QGa1vestonJ 288, 352, 391
Richardson, Jeanne lPort Arthurj a.,, 462
Richardson, Jo Ann QBowieJ ,..,,... 332,
Richardson, Linda Jane QWebsterj .,,,,.
Richardson, Thomas Harvey QDentonJ --
Richerson, Rudolph Merlin
QCleburnej .L ...,,.Wa,,...Y,A.. -,-.. -
Richman, Claudine QPrairievi1leJ ..,,. .LLL
Richmond, Ethel F. lDentonj ,,..., 323,
Richmond, Gordon fJeffersonj ..., 390,
Ricke, Charles J. QGa1vestonj ..,. 292,
Ricks, William QArpj ,,...,,.. L-- 349,
Riddels, Alice f1'i1ot Pointl ..Y,.--.--- L
Riddle, Charles QGrahamj ,..,,,.. 343,
Ridley, Joan llraanj ..,...f, 322, 337,
Rigsby, Billy QCelir1aJ f,...fY.--f-----A
Rike, William F. QGainesvi11ej -- LL- 295,
Riley, Ann11a Jo Cfrentonj L- 277, 332,
Riley, Henrietta QKrumj .,,, 332, 342, 373
Riley, Jim 1ShermanJ .,,,A..,,.Y,,,,..Y L
Riley, Mary Jo QGainesvilleJ ,.,..,,...,a.
Riley, Pat fDa11asj ,,....f,...,, --V---
Riveire, John Paul fFort VVorthJ 335, 383,
Roach, Jackson King QWaxahachiej e,,..,,
Roark, Charles lBeaumontJ .,Y..fY.a LL-
Roberson, John ..f,....,-,.-.f-A-- f-A-
Roberson, Linwood John QDentonJ .,,...
Roberson, Ray qMinera1 Wellsj ,,....,
Roberts, Bobby Augustus
fTexarkanaJ f,...,,,...f,,...,, 356,
Roberts, Horace Mike fFort XVorthJ ..-,
Roberts, Jack Lundy qFort XVorthJ ,,,,
Roberts, James R. Qllumasj .,,. 292, 352,
Roberts, John fflallasj ,..fLL,....ff, 307,
Roberts, John C. QFort WVorthJ LL.. 288,
Roberts, Johnny H. QWichita
Fallsj ,,,,. ---LL ,,......,. 307, 353,
Roberts, Kitty QBig Springj s...L........
Roberts, Lynn QBowiej ,,....,,......,..
Roberts, Marilyn fGreenwood, La.J LL..
Roberts, Pauline QQuitmanj ....,, 344,
Roberts, Ray Lewis CFort YVorthJ ,A....L,
Roberts, Velda fHighlandsj ,,,,,..,.,L..
Robertson, Carol QBrownwoodJ ..,, 354,
Robertson, Charles F.
lDallasj ,,,,...,,,,,. 300, 393, 394,
Robertson, Louis fDa1lasj ,,,,.....LL 300,
Robertson, Mary Gay QOlneyj ..,,,...,,,
Robertson, Sally qMarlinJ ....,,,,,.,, 345,
Robertson, Shirley Ann flrvingj -L 281, 334,
Robinson, Annella Faye QDa11asJ ,,,...,,
Robinson, Charles Mac lDentonJ ...,,,,,
Robinson, Ed fDallasj ,,,,,,... --
Robinson, Guyrene QEast1andj -L ----
Robinson, Jean QBig Springj ,,..,...,,,
Robinson, Joan QPasadenaj ,,L...,., 364,
Robinson, Marian Sara QHoustonJ
198, 283, 312, 322, 337, 355, 361, 433
Robinson, Patsy Ruth QBCHLIIIIOHIJ ---
Roddie, John QHot Springsj ......L, 397,
Rodgers, Barbara Estelle QHicoJ ,,,,,. L ---
Rodgers, Bob QDallasJ ..,,,,,,,... 315,
Roe, Joe D.
fLongviewj ,,,, 150, 312, 338, 340,
Rogers, Billie Ann QC1eburnej ,,,,..,...,
Rogers, Charlie Samuel
QMcKinneyj ,.......,..,, --- 391,
Rogers, Jack L. fDal1asJ ,,..... LLL...
Rogers, L. C. qSaint Joy ..,,,,,,,,....
Rogers, Mary Katherine QKempj ,,......
Rojo, Carlos QPort
Arthurj e,L, L 150, 326, 331, 340, 377,
Romero, Louis Jr. QKerrvi1leJ ,,..,,,,,...
Ronhovde, Norma QSeymourj ,,,,,,,, 369,
Roof, Dick Hubert fFort WVorthj ,,,..,,.
Rosenstein, Rudy QTylerJ ,,,A,.L... 368,
Ross, Linnie fKrumj ............,,,,,,,
Ross, Menda fDeKa1bj --- .... 287, 337,
Ross. Russell G. QDa1lasJ .,.,,,,,,, 307,
Rosson, Barry QFloydadaJ ,,,,,, 391, 394,
Rountree, Golda fMarshallJ ..........LL
Rowe, Jimmy fLyde1l
lHendersonj .....A,,,.,-.. 334, 349,
Rowen, Glenn qBorgerj ..L,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Roy, Carl QAliceJ f,-- -----4 2 88, 370, 375,
Royall, Robert L. fHO1lSIOHJ L,,.-. 307,
Royce Rennell Caddo Mills
, . c 1
Rudd, Dorothy fKrumJ ..,,...,.
Ruffin, Joe David qcnnisy -- 190, Bali
Ruger, Kay QBaytownJ ......,,,, LL
Rumbley, Jack Edward
lC1eburneJ .fff 299, 326, 337, 356, 362,
Rlllllllh, Barbara J. qDa1lasy ....,,,,, L-
Runyan, Billy H. qTexarkanaJ .,,,,, 352,
Rushing, Patricia Ruth
fEast1andJ ...,....,,LA...- 277, 337,
Russell, James F. Qamesj L- f,,,,,.-, LL
Russell, Jo Frances Neal
fHerefordJ LLL, .- ev,,,,..,,, 351, 364,
Russell, John Joe QGrapevinej ,,,...,,,,
Russell, Rusty LL..,,,,,,...v,,a....2--,f
Russell, Virginia Pat
QNVeatherfordj ,...,, 277, 336, 345,
Rutherford, Ann QGreenvi1lej .....,L, 369
Rutherford, John fYVaxahachieJ LLLL 292,
Rutledge, Larry fSan Antonioj LL 307, 336,
Rutledge, Rboneta fNoconaJ ,,,,,,,, 366,
Rutledge, Stephen Austin
QMercedesj ,,,,....,,L,,,,, 331, 338,
Ryan, Bill qDe Leony ,,,, ,,t.... 3 79
Saffle, Norman QBrucevi1leJ LL LLLLL L LLL
Sagen, David fGreenvi11eJ LL LL ..L. LL 300,
Sager, Dorothy QC.liftonj LLLLLL 322, 335,
Sala, Dott 1New Londonj LLLLLL 149 283,
Salas, Dalia M. "Dolly" QPort Arthurj LLL--
Salas, Idalia 1Dallasj LLLL... LL LLL-L
Salas, Robert QPort Arthurj -L 300, 338, 340
Saleh, Rose Marie QTylerj LLLL , LLLLL
Salem, Betty fS11danj 220, 277, 333, 363,
Salmon, Beverly fLindenJ LLLLLLLLLL
Salmon, Mary Kathryn fLindenJ LLLLLLL
Samples, Ronny D. QPampaJ LLLLLLLL
Sanchez, Abelino B. qSan Diegoj LL 312,
Sanchez, Andres G. QCorpus
Christij LLLLLLLLLLLLLL 338, 370, 375,
Sandell, Frank C. fJaytonj LLLLLLLLLL 390,
Sanders, Albert B.
fGrand Prairiej LLLLLLLLLL LLL 334,
Sanders, Monte QMarshallJ LLLLL --L 228,
Sanderson, Sammie QFerrisj LLLLLLL LLLLLL
Satterwhite, Howard QHoustonJ -LL ----
Sauls, Sam QDentonJ LLL-----LLLL LL
Saunders, Marlene QRoscoej LLL LL
Savage, Mary Louise QDallasJ L- L---L
Sawyers, Lloyd QCiscoj LLL. ---LLLLLLL L--
fMeridianJ LLLL---- 383, 313, 336, 376,
lMinera1 lVel1sj LLL--LLLLLLLLL 379,
Schaded, Don QPaducahj 288, 390, 394,
Schaefer, Frances qHoustonJ L-L L-----LL L
Schafer, Clara Nelle QFort Hlorthj LL----
Schafer, Max fMidlandJ ---L-LLLLLL- 390,
Schanz, Tom 1Dal1asj LLLLLLL---- L - 291,
Scharf, Jeanette lDallasJ L------- 333 363,
Schimelpfenig, Louise lP1anoJ LLLLLL 344,
Schneider, NVilliam F.
fCol1insvi1lej ---LLLLLL-LL------ 343,
Schnorr, Gerald Maurice
QDal1asJ LLLLLL LL LLL---- 305, 329, 340,
Schott, Delores Marie QDallasJ LLLLL L 324,
Schroeder, Eddie Roy QMcGregorj 331, 333,
QMissionJ LLLL------ 313, 373, 381, 383,
Schwarz, Doris fMercedesJ LLLL--------L-
Schwartz, Ed H. Jr. fHoustonj -LL-- 359,
Scoggins, Ralph qCorsicanaj ----L L---
Scott, Bill QLeforsJ --------LLL -L---
Scott, Diane qSan Sabaj LLL -------
Scott, Nancy QBorgerj LLLLLL -- 360,
Scribner, Jack lMcKinneyj -----L----L--
Scribner, James lFort Wlorthj LLLL---
Seale, Jonell fBaytownJ -- 281, 313, 337,
Seaman, Gloria fPlainviewJ 182, 360, 366,
Searcy, Bill G. qBanderaj LLLL------ 357,
Searcy, Janette fCenterJ --- 344, 356, 371,
Seawright, Betty QVa11ey Millsj LLLLL---
Sedberry, Barbara fFort YVorthJ --------
Self, Joann qDocld Cityj -------- .LL --LL -
Seller, Judy fA1vinJ ------------ 287, 371,
Sellman, Nancy QBridgeportJ LLL 187,
Scrafino, Nancy Ann lDuncanvi1leJ LLL 359,
Sessions, Darrels QAmaril1oj LLL-LLLL 287,
Severeid, Joan qSan Antonioj ----L- 335,
Sewell, George Jr. fLubbockJ --LL-.---- L
Sewell, Margaret C. lMonahansj LLL LLL 371,
Sewell, Pat Qlowa Parkj -- 150, 152, 198,
311, 312, 326, 337, 340, 377,
Sewell, Thomas QB1ooming Grovej LLL 375,
Sexton, Donald lHurstj ----------------
Shackelford, Norma Sue
QMontaguej 198, 332, 355, 363, 373.
Shadid, La YVanda qMcLeanj LL-- 371
Shafer, Philip Ridgeway lSan Benitoj
Shaffer, Ada Lee lSan Juanj --------
Shanafelt, Henry C. lBrysonj ------L
Shannon, Charles QLa Feriay ---LLLL----
Sharber, Patsy QDentonJ LL LLL.. LLL LLLLLL
Sharp, Elizabeth fBeckvillej LL 287,
Sharp, Helen lMcCameyj LL L----L--
Sharpe, Leola Qweatherfordj -LLL----L-
Sharpe, Stanley Dale qCiscoj -LL,LL----
Shauberger, Rlllh E. QTexas Cityj ------
Shawer, Frankie QMartj LLLLLLLLLLLLLL 332
Shaw, Betty QRed Oakj LL--LLLLLLLLL L
Shaw, Jolene fSlidellJ LL----LLLLL---
Shaw, Mary Margaret
QGrahamJ LL-- 182, 337, 366, 372,
Shaw, Patsy QSweetwaterJ LL----
Shaw, Terry QAlvaradoJ L-------
Shaw, Thomas Ollichita Fallsj ----
Shawver, Mary Lois fJacksboroj
Shearer, Carrol QMasonj LL------LLLLLLL
Sheets, Martha Louise qGranite
city, 111.5 --..-LL-. L-- 335,
Sheffield, Clyde fJasperj LLLL L---L- --
Shelley, Doris Ann QDonnaJ LL----
Shelton, Bobbie Sue lMidlandj
Shepard, Frank QDa1lasj -LLL-LLLL-------
Sheppard, Bessie S. QDentonj ----L-
Sheppard, Jimmie Sue fllallasj ------
Shepperd, Lewis M. fG1adewaterj -L--LL
Sherer, Margie Lea fGainesvillej LLLLLL L
Sherry, Kenneth OVes1acoj LLLLLL-L--
Sherwood, Melba fEdgewoodj --- --.L
Shields, Mildred fAzlej --LL---- -LL--
Shipley, David qDa1lasj LLL-- --
Shipp, Clifford M. QOrangej ----
Shirley, Jack Richard
fDal1asj LLLLLLLLLL 15
Shobe, Peggy QDallasJ -L
Shoemaker, Jay QRockwal1J
Short, Eva fSeymourJ ---- L
Peggy lParisJ -LLL 206, 279,
3, 299, 352,
Shotola, Bob Qlrvingj --------------L
Shoulders, Ben QDentonj -------L---- 381,
Shoun, Frances fJacksboroj ----- -----
Shults, Anita QChi1licotheJ -------
Shuman, Mary Frances QDentonJ LLLL
Sides, Edith qMcCameyJ -------- LLLLLL
Sikes, Don fLongviewj LLLLLLLL 349,
Sikes, Joan CDentonJ LL ----------LL L
Sikora, Betty Joyce fWhartonj --L
Sikora, Ellen Mae 0VhartonJ ---- 216,
Silk, Nancilu QFriscoj L-L-L--- LLLLLL
Simek, Dorothy 1Megargelj --LLLLLLLL L
Simmonds, Charles Wernonj ---- 391
Simmons, YVanda Jane lllallasj L L 185,
Simon, Elaine fPort Nechesy LLLL 357, 371,
Simpkins, Bob fNOCOI13D L - --- 292,
Simpson, Carolyn Eleanor QDal1asJ --- L-
Simpson, Laura Jean fLevel1andJ ---L 371,
Si111pson, Lucille fKellerJ ---L L LLL- LLLL LL
Simpson, Vaughn D. fJacksboroJ ---- 335,
Sims, Joe QDa1lasJ -------LLLL-L- -L--,,Y
Sims, Sonya QCiscoj -L.-L ----- ---- -
Singletary, Marilynn Cllroupj --- LLL
Sisscm, Stanley L. fAvalonj ------ LL 334
Skelton, James E. fLindenj LLLLL-----
fDentonJ 180, 199, 204, 326, 366,
Skidmore, Pauline QGainesvilleJ -----L
Skiles, Janet QRichardsonJ --L--------
Slaughter, Anne QEdgewoodJ L ---
Slavick, Anne fEdgewoodj ---LLL--
Slavick, Philip QMemphis,
TCUU-l ---- 199, 312, 326, 356, 359, 362
Sledge, Charles Robert QDallasj ----LL 307,
Sledge, Ouida qDallasJ --LL LLLLL --,- 2 81,
Sloan, Gerald C. qSan Sabaj L------LLLLLLL
Sloan, Patricia Ann QJermynJ L ----LL-- -L
Smallwood, Jackie May QWVhitesboroJ LLLL
Smallwood, J. B. Jr. fFort VVorthj L L-LL-
Smart, James H. QCarro1ltonj -L-- 149, 324
QDa11asj ---LLL 149, 181, 199, 326,
Monte QLuedersJ ------LLLLL, LL-,
Barbara fAbi1enej LLL ------- L..-
Ben Wernonj L -LLL -LLL LL L
Betty Lee .qMissionj LL-- 313,
B111 fNov1cej --LLLL LLLLLLLLLL
Billy C. QGormanJ ----
Bobby Lee QBrysonJ -L-
Carolyne fDallasJ LLLL
Chadwick fDallasJ -LLL--
Dan M. CGainesvilleJ LL--
Delma Sue QFort Y'VorthJ
Denna Lane QPrincetonJ --
Smith, Don tHaskellJ ..........
Smith, Donald Ray thlesquitej ,,,,,,,
Smith, Donna Qballasj ,,,A..,,f,,,Y
Smith, Doris Laverne tDa1lasj --
Smith, Eddie Leon tDallasJ ---
Smith, Gene QLazbuddieJ ,,,.,,H
Smith, Helen QDallasj ,,,,,f,,,Y.w-
Smith, Howard Wayne tBurlesonj
Smith, J. Wheeler QCelinaj ,,,,,,,,,,f,,,
Smith, James D. tBreckenridgej Yt.. 288,
Smith, James H. tL,ewisvil1ej ,,,,
Smith, Jay QBurkevillej ......,, YZY,
Smith, Jimmy Qweatherfordj W ,,,,,, W
Smith, Jo Ellen tGrapevinej --- 314,
Smith Joe E. Qllallasj ,,,,,,... 305,
Smith, L. L. tllallasj ,,,,, - ,-,,v.Y-Y W
Smith, Laurin tDal1asj -- ,,,,,,,,,, W
Smith, Lee tDallasj .....-,A,, 329, 335,
Smith, Lois Jean QDallasJ -- ..,A,, 312,
Smith, Lttella QSaint Joej --- ,.... 322,
Smith, Patsy tWellingtony ,,,,,,,,,,.....
Smith, Peggie Jo tWichita
Fallsj ,,,,,,,,,,,,H... 277, 334, 384,
Smith, Peggy Olene qDentonj ..,.....,,AL
Smith, Richard C. tTexas Cityl ------ 243,
Smith Richard E. tXVacoJ ,,,,e ,,,,,,
Smith, Robert G. tllallasj ,,..... ,,,,
Ruth L. QCorpus Christij
, Shirley tDentonj ......,
Sue --- ..... .. ..,,,, -----
Ted QTexas Cityj ,,,,,...V...
ringing, ...... 200, 217, 277, 355,
Smith, Walter tClebnrnej ,,,,,,,,..
Smith, W'anda fWichita Fallsj ,,,,,,,,,,
Smolik, Julius tHallettsvillej w.....,,
Smothers, Jo Ann tl-'ort YVorthj -- 314,
Snell, Sally Ann QLufkinj ....,..,,,,
Snodgrass, Scottie Charlene tMegargelJ
Soliz, Joe Hector tSan Anotinoj 391,
Sonntag, Roy tCleburej 2....,..,,,,....
South Cecil L. XN'ilmer
Spain, Linda Qllallasj ,,,,,,......,,,,
. c J ----------,gggg
Spain, Jo Beth Qllallasj ....,,,,,, --
Spalding, Tommie Sue tShermanj
Spangler, Gloria Jeanne
QDallasj -- 283, 310, 335, 351, 372,
Sparkman, Jerry D. QAtlantaj ..,,,,,,
tMathisj ,2,,,. 329, 336, 344, 350,
Sparks, VVilliam fSan Angeloj W149,
Spell, Marilyn fDallasj - ,,,,,,,.....L,,,,,
Spellman, Meril Judith
QSan Antonio . ,..... ..,,,,,
Spence, Jerelaine QCisc0J ..,,,,,,,,.....
Spencer, John QBreckenridgej ..LL -
Spencer, Richard tl'ittsburghJ .......,,,,2
Spenney, Kathleen fRising Starj
Spivey, Sally t1'rairie Hillj ,,,,,,.. 336,
Spratt, Sammy tSangc-rj ....... ,,,,,,
Spratt, Sue QBreckenridgej .......... 379
Spraul, Mary tEldoradoj ,,L,,,,,.......
Stallcup, Carol Ann Qlfort Wlorthj ---
Stallings, Homer A. QHoustonJ ....
Stallings, Louis fBig Springj WWWW, -
Stambaugh, Patsy QCelinaj ---
Stamper, Bill Ql'ort Arthurj W
Standifer, Yvonne fDallasj ,WW,....,W.
Stanfill, Gayle tGainesvil1ej ,WW,W,,W,.
Stanford, Melvia Jean QFarmersvillej W
Stanley, Bobbie Jean tPottsvillej
Stanley, T. QNew Bostonj ,,,,W. 343,
Stanley, Jackie QDal1asj ......L,,,,.
Stapp, Franklin tNewcastlej W
Stark, Lee Jr. QHoustonj WWW,WW,...
Starnes, Jack tBrysonJ -.. .L..,,,,,,
Starnes, Lee Eddie tPetroliaj ......,,
Steakley, Marjorie Elizabeth Haesly
QDallasj ,,W.,v,,......W 334, 357,
Steakley, Marvin C. fDallasj ......,,,,....
Stearns, Richard D. tliorgerj ,,..
Steede, Carolyn QSan Antonioj
Steel, Earline QCiscoj W,..W...a,
Steenbergen, Gwen qDallasj W
Stegall, Betsy Qliustacej WW,,,.,
Steger, Sarah Sue QAtlantaJ W,WW,.....
Stein, Robert QGalvestonQ .LWWW..,. 291,
Stephens, Cyril Clyde tWintersj ,,,,Y 379,
Stephens, Henry L. tRoswell, N. M.j 394,
Stephens, Patricia fGrahamJ ......L,...
Stephenson, Bonnie QBellsJ ,,.......W 332,
Stephenson, Charles tRoanokej
Stewart, Ed tJacksboroJ W ---
Stevens, Beth QWVacoj ...WL,,,,,,,,,..
Stevens, Sharon, tLufkinJ L,,,,W,,,2..
Stewart, Frances qDentonj --- ,,..... --W
Stewart, Jack QKamayJ WWWWWWWWWW 391, 396,
Stewart, Jo fKamayj WWWWWWWWWWWWWWW 353,
Stewart, Tomiglen QFort Ulorthj
Stiles, Kirby tDallasj W,,WWW.W..., --.-
St. John, Louise OVacoJ WWWWW. --
Stipe, Delmar QCleburneJ ,,WWWWW,..,.,W,,
Stockard, Dora Anne tLewisvillej
Stockton, David M. tlilectraj WWWWWW.,
Stone, Edgar N. tDallasj LWWWWWWW 169, 205,
Story, Robert Qlrvingj ..L,W, ,WW..,,.., -
Stotts, Dan tl ostj ,.W,W...W,WWWWW,..W...
Stoughton, Kaye QFort Worthy WWW, WW
Stout, Jerry Dale QGainesvilleJ -- 327,
Stout, Louis tWilmerJ WWWW....W.WWWWW,,.
Stovall, Sara QDallasj ....,,WW
Stover, Betty Jean tDentonJ W,WW....
Stoughton, Kaye tFort Wlorthj ,,.....LW,W
Strader, Jerry tGainesvillej WWWWW --- 353,
Strange, Rayburn tHerefordj W W
Stratton, Frank Q.-Xngletonj ------1--
tMcKinneyJ ---------- 313, 325,
Strickland, Benny R. QMcKinneyJ
Strickland, Clavel QOdessaJ -------------
Strickland, Judy QCelinaj -----------,---
Stringer, Alan Harris tFort YVorthj -.---
Stroop, Fred tVVaXahachiej ----.--- 362,
Strube, Ellen Faye QDallasj ,----,.,,,,,-
Strubhar, Leah QTexarkanaj -W ----W
Stuart, Jim QBrownsboroJ -.---
Sturman, Milton fDa1lasj W
Suddath, Sue fDentonj ..----
Suggs, Jane fAbilenej ---------
Sullivan, Claudette CSangerj --- W
Sullivan, Dixy QNacogdochesj --------.--
Sullivan, Sue QSpringtownJ ---..A-----.
Suttles, James E. QForsanj .-----..,1----
Swain, Jim tDallasj ---...-- 171, 174, 305,
326, 328, 350, 369,
Swan, Paul Darrell Qlfhillipsj -------. 354
Swann, XVendell Eugene tHoustonJ -- 243,
Sweeney, Norma Jean QDallasj --..-- 285,
Swenson, Ted QTylerj -----1----. ,---,,
Switzer, E. XV. tbentonj --.- ----
Sykes, YVyolene fBivensj W ----- W
Syler, Jimmy QShermanj -- W- 309,
Tabor, Joe Morris fDentonj --- --- 394,
Tabor, John D. fFort Wlorthj ------ 288,
Tabor, M. T. Jr. QDallasj --------
Tackitt, Betty Jo QPanhandleJ 33
0, 360, 365,
Taite, Billie tlalendersonj 1---------------
Talbott, Wlilla fBridgep0rtj W -----
Taliferro, Charles tDentonJ ---- -------
Taliaferro, Doyle fbentonj --------
Tannahill, Lee H. tFort XVorthJ
Tanner, Clarence WV. QMalakoffj
Tanner, Joyce QFort YVorthj ----- ---
Tarver, Patsy tBorgerJ -------- --
Tate, Leon tYVichita Fallsj --
Barbara tDallasJ -W
Taylor, Ben W. QAthensj ---
Taylor, Elaine QBeaumontj ----------
Taylor, Glenn L. fDentonJ ------ 315,
Taylor, James A. QQuitmanJ ---------
l'aylor, Jerelyn fAthensj ----
Taylor, Joe Qlfort Wforthj ----------
Taylor, John C. QTemplej ----------
Taylor, June QAthensj ------ 320, 341,
Taylor, Mary Evelyn QPutnamJ
Taylor, Mixie Marie fDecaturJ
Taylor, Norma Jean QMineral lVellsJ ----
Taylor, Olyve Nell tCarrolltonj
Taylor, Robert Dean QLewisvilleJ
Taylor, Roy flfort lVorthJ --------------
tFort lVorthj -------- 340,
Taylor, Thomas QQuanahj --------------
QBonhamJ ------ 200, 292, 326, 378,
Teague, Roy QNoconaj --W --------- 292,
Teel, Mike E. QVernonj ---------------
Teetz, Joan tKerensJ ----------- --- 337
Terrell, George W. tHoustonJ -------- 243
Terrell, Jeddie Mack tTerre1lj
Terrell, Lewana tDallasJ -----
Terry, D. Samuel tQuanahj --- --W--
Terry, Catherine fFort Worthj
Tharp, Laurnee tGrandfallsJ ----------
Thaxton, James Donald QDallasQ
Thedford, Bill tBrysonj -----------------
Theilen, Gordon Qlilebergy ---- 338,
Dorothy QFort VVorthJ --- W-
Carole tDallasJ ---------- W-
Thomas, Glenna QDentonj ---- , ---------
Thomas, Harvey XV. fOrange, Calif.J ------
Thomas, Janice Carole fDallasj ----------
Larry H. fClarksville. Ark.j ----
Mary Ann fMadisonvil1eJ ------
Thomas, Mary Joretta QCayugaJ ------ 324
Thomas, Mary Lee fAlvaradoj -.WW
Patsy Jo tRogers, Ark.j --------
R. Edward tlfort X'Vorthj ------
Thomas, Suzanne fArkadelphia, Ark.j ----
Thomason, Betty fFort Worthy -W--WW
Thomason, Helen Louise fWichita Fallsj W
Thompson, Betty fNew Castlej ---------
Thompson, Carl Gene Qliorgerj ------ 356,
Thompson, Jay Richards tKaufmanJ ----
Thompson, Jimmy flllanoj ----,1,,--,-
Nan fMesquitej ------------
Thom Json, Nora Jean fllallasj -- 366, 380
Sue fWes1acoJ ---------,---- W
Thompsoni YV. Ross
tNederlandj ------ WW, WW WW
Thornton, Eston QFort Xvorthj -- --- 309,
Thorp, Thomas R. fllallasj ------------
Thorpe, Barbara fl-Tort XVorthj ------ 277,
Threatt, Barbara flvills Pointj 281,
Thresher, Donald tOlneyj -----,----- ,W
Throop, Dinah Lou QGrapevineJ ---- 364,
Thurmond, Patsy QRhomeJ --------- 322,
Tibbets, Glen fMulesh0ej ------- -- 296,
Tillery, Mary Helen qDentonp -- ----- --
1 illey, Tommy A. fDentonj --- W- 298,
Tiner, Bill tDallasj --------- ,,-,,
Tipps, Gene fAmarilloJ --- -- 320,
Tipps, Wanda QAubreyj W, 1-----,,- 342,
Todd, Ed QHedleyJ WWW- ------- W 361,
Todd, Norma Maxine QHutchensj --------
Tolbert, Margie fHowej ----Y,,--,,,
Tom, Leslie Jean QStantonj - ---- -
Betty Inez tBoydj -----------
Totten, Jane QShermanj -----.----YY,,-Y
Townes, Bettie fFort XVorthj ---- 285, 310
QBreckenridgej - -----.- ,,-, W
Travis, James tFrankstonj ------ 303,
Trietsch, Claire Elizabeth tllentonj -
Hollis D. qsangerp ---.--- fffff
Trietsch, Jimmie H. fDentonJ ------ 361,
Trietsch, Lillian fKrumJ .1Y,,-,,,,YYYY
Trimble, Ray fDallasj -----,, WWW 295,
Troeger, Julia fDent0nj -------- 333, 383,
Tory, John XV. QDallasj --------e,--,,,
Truex, Bill tCo1umbia City, Ind.j ------
Truitt, Doris L. QWaxahachieJ -- 277,
Tucker, Kathlee tSeymourJ ---------
Tunnell, Leonita fSlatonj ----------
Tunnell, Marshall fDallasJ ,,,-,,,,,,,,,,
Tunnicliff, Elizabeth tFort XVorthj
Tunnicliff, Norlane QDentonJ -------
Turkett, Arlie tVernonj ---- 149, 152, 200,
299, 322, 326, 336, 339, 377,
Turner, Bettye Stle QValley Millsj 322, 337,
Turner, Betsy Carolyn Ql'lanoj ----------
Turner, Doris QSweetwaterj -----------
Turner, Janell QDa1lasJ --.--wv,Y,-,, 279,
Tyson, Henry fAbileneJ W ,-,,WW,-WW W
Ueckert, Bob fC1eburneJ -----------
Uland, George Wesley QHebronj -------
Unger, Christine B. QAthensJ -----------
Umphress, Mike fDallasJ .--------- W 331,
Upshaw, Nancy tDallasJ -- 313, 322,
Valenzuela, Lynnette QDallasj -----------
Van Arsdall, Cora Lee QGalvestonJ ------
Van Breeman, Joe tl-'ort Nechesj --------
Vander Zee, Harlan Dan
tBancleraJ ------------ 249, 2915,
Van Hooser, Bettie Mae fDallasJ --------
Van Hoy, Jimmy QDallasj -------- 307,
Vannerson, Stewart fDallasJ ------------
George Orren, Jr. fJacksonvillej
Turner, Jim qOdessaj .---,.WWW-WWW-
Neil C. QDallasJ ---------1-
Tuttle, Robert QDallasJ ------ 361,
Van Vacter, Margaret QBowiej 312, 351,
Van Wagoner, Jack fDallasj ------ 296,
Varley, J. L., Jr. fCol1insvil1eJ --
Varley, .Mary Heartsill Ovalnut
Springsj ..,,,,,,........,,, ---
Varner, Arlen fNew Bostonj --
Vaughan, Betty fOdessaj ....f .....
Vaughn, Landers fSangerJ ---
Vaughn, Robert QVernonj ...., --
Veanueva, Gloria Qbentonj ,,,,,.,,
Vela, Julian QRio Grande Cityj
Vestal, Joan Qliallingerj ,,,,,., --
Vestal, Reagan fGainesvillej --
Vickrey, Patsy QMcKinneyJ -- ,v,, --
Villa, Berta fFort Hancockj ff.. ---v 3 59
Vinces, Alvin Douglasf Dallasj
Voelkel, Ray A. QCueroj ,.....,,
Vuillemin, Armand F. QYVacoj --
Mladdington, Jack fRangerj ,.,,....
YVaedekin, Conrad A. qlinnisj ,,,... 391,
Vlaggoner, Elizabeth QGladewaterj .....w
Wvagoner, Nancy Ann QWichita Fallsj ..,,
Vfalbrick, Nancy QWichita Fallsj .....,v,
VValden, Mary Lynn QGreenvi11ej --- ---
XVa1do, Cynthia QGrand Prairiej --
VVa1drup, Donna Sue QGrapevineJ -- ---
Wan, Grace QDallasj .......,,,,,,.,.....
1Valker, Allen Harvey QDallasj -- ---
Walker, David fSeminolej ,,,,,,,,....,,
1Valker, Don fMineral Hlellsj ,....,,,,,
XVa1ker, Donald A. fMinera1 Hlellsj 299,
1Valker, Eddie Jean QPenwe1lJ .,,,,,,,..
1Valker, Francine fFriscoj -,,,,,,,,,...,
Hlalker, James B. fMineral YVel1sJ ...,..
lvalker, Jean qllallasj ,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,
Walker, L'Jon fDentonj ........,...,...
XVa1ker, Mary Katherine QVan Alstynej --
XVa1kcr, Mary L.
15111-rrmaiib fffff... 200, 202, 341, 355,
VValker, R. D. fShermanj ,,.....,,,,,,,,
1Valker. Sherry Nelle fDecaturj -- ---- -
NVall, Betty Jo QMarsha1lJ .,,,.. 314, 344,
1Vall, Dan QFort
XVortl1j ,e.,.,,, 201, 299, 320, 326,
XVallace, Martha fllallasj ,,,,,,,,.,,,,
NVallace, Mary Elizabeth QEI Dorado, Ark.j
Wallace, Patsy qRangerj ,.,,Y,,,,, 279,
Tommy fGatesvillej ,,,, 390, 394,
Yvaller, David QFatej ,,,,,..... 292, 352,
YVa11is, Jo Ann CRichardsonj ,,,,,,..,,
XVal1s, Bob fC1arksvi11ej ,,,,,,,...,,,,,,
1Valters. Elizabeth Ann fParisJ -- 277,
Ward, Anita QFort Worthj .... ...,,,,,
NVard Bett o Monahans
, YJ c 1
Yvard, Gladys White fTylerj -- --- 322,
Ward, Vaida QWaxahachieJ ,.....,,,, .-
Warren, E. W. Jr. CNew Bostonj ,,,.
lVarren, YV. Jr. QDallasj ,.,,......
YVarren, Leonard Dallas
c 5 --.-,,,.,......
Wlarren, Ruth QRaymondvillej ,,,..,,,,,
M'arschum, WValter N. QDentonj ,,,,
Marilyn Louise QDentonJ ,,,.
M'ashburn, Alm as fDecaturJ ,,,...,,,,,
, 1 ...f,-,-. f ,
lVashington, Martha fVernonJ -- 287, 335,
Yvaters, Gerald QCarro11tonJ .....,.z,.
VVaters, James L. fDa1lasj -- 329, 340,
Mlatkins, Bill L. fSu1phur Springsj ..,,, -
lVatkins, Bob QDenisonj ,,,...,,,,,
Wlatl-Qins, Vancil flNeatherfordj ,,.. 343,
Watson, Barbara Jane QFerrisj .....,,,,,
1Vatson, Bill fGunterj ,,,z......,,,,
XVatson, Carol Ann QLometaj ,,,.,...,,,
Don Edwin VVaxahachiej ,,,,
Watson, ' Q
fFort XVorthj ....,,., 340, 366,
lVatson, Nita Belle fAbilenej ....,,
1Vatson. Shirley Ann fTylerj ,,,,,,,, --
lN'axman, Annette fAlbany, N. Y.j -- 396,
Way, Jeanne fMemphisj ,,,,,,,.,... 360,
Way, Tom fFloydadaj ,,,,......t,, ----
VVeatherly, Ora Lee fGainesvil1ej -- 336,
Mfeatherred, Helen fColemanj ,,,..z,,,,
Yveaver, Allison U. QBrownwoodJ .,z,,,..
Yveaver, Lynn fltascaj ,,,,....,,,,,
VVeaver, lvanda QMineo1aJ ,,,,....,,,,,
XVebb, Ann fRangerj .,,,,, ,.,.,w,,,,,
YVebb, Patricia fDal1asj ..z,,,,,,,,,,,,
YVebb Pats' l'Henrietta 377
, .y J .fffff , 381,
1Vebb, Peggy Jean qBeaumontj ..L.,,,,.,
Hleber, Faith CDallasj ,,..,,,,,.,,-,, m,,-
lVeber, Ray lDallasJ ...,,,,, 292, 311,
lYebster, Jack fgDallasj ,,,....,,, -----,vY
1Yebster, Suzanne QFort 1Vorthj ,,v--- 358,
fDa11asj -- 201, 291, 311, 313, 326, 377
Nadine QWeinertJ ,,.....,,, 337
lVeiss, Ben 1Varren QDallasj ,,,,,,,e..,
Weist, Anne Catherine
Qliilgorej ---- .,,, - ...L,,, 335, 349,
Bob Qballasj ---- - ,e....., ----
Welborn, Laurita Qliarmersvillej
YVelch, Charles QQuanahJ ,,,,,.,,,,,, 337
Wfelch, Dan CQuanabj ,. .,,,, -- ----
YVe1ls, Dan fMeridianj eeeee..
Weldon, Dick fxVElX2lhElCl'11CJ --
Wells, Ettie Joy qLindalej -- ..., --
Vlells, H. G. QTuliaJ ..,,, ..., - -- 288
Wells, Hildegarde fDentonJ ,....,,,,..
lVe11s, Jo Ann qlrort Hlorthj ,,..., 313,
YVe11s, Jo Anne qMeridianj 285, 325, 381,
Wells, Kenneth QHarroldl .t,L,...,,...
Wells, La Vonne QTuliaj .,,....,,,z.,,
Wells, Robert Dan fMeridianj ..,,,...,,
Mlells, Ruby QCraWfordj ,,,.... -- 364,
lvells Shirle Cleburne -- 336,
, v ci ,---
West, Mahdeen Qoshuajb ,... eee...
Wlest, Norman E. fCranej .eee
West, Patricia QDal1asj .,e,.... --
West, Shirley Louise fDallasj .e,,,...,,,
lVestbro0k, VVanda QBlooming
Grovej ---- ----.--- 277, 319, 335, 361,
NVha1ey, Barbara fDallasJ ----------------
XVhatley, Pat QGreggtonj ---- - ---
Wheeler, Gwendolyne QDa1lasJ --- -----
Wheeler, XVilliam Allen qStantonJ ---- 309,
Wheeless, Kay QWintersj --.-------..---
lVhelton, Patsy QGalvestonj --------- 185,
Wistler, Joan fLeve1landj --- .----- 279,
lVitaker, Leroy fParisj ---- --- 201, 381,
XVhite, Beth QMcKinneyj --------------
White Betty fKopperlj ------ 342, 377,
White, Betty Margaret Qliliasvillej ------
XVhite, Bill QTerrellj --- -------- 362,
NVhite Bobbie QBrownwoodj ------------
White Carl W. QLipanj ------ -- 320,
White Gwen fDallasj --.-. ---- ---- -
NN'hite Jane qSparkman, Ark.j --- ----
NVhite, J. C. QCranfills Gapj ---- ------
XV1iite, Joanne fHawkinsj -----..--- 314,
XVhite, Marie fDeutonQ ----------------
White Mary Elizabeth qBrownwoodj 364,
1Vhite Mary Sue flrvingj ---------------
M'hite, Nancy QMesquitej ---------------
White, Robert Terry fDallasj ------------
Xvhite, Stanford QBowiej ---- 321, 351,
WN'hite, Virginia QBrownwoodj ---------
White, Virginia fljarisj ---- 279, 333, 371,
Whiteside, Jack Harvey QDa1lasj ---------
Mfhiteside, Marilyn qliingsvillej ------ 366,
WVhiteside, Nell Marie QDal1asJ ----------
Whitlock, Bobbie Janelle fFort Worthy 372,
XVhitmore, Don . .----- - ------------- 390,
Hlhitney, Nancy QBig
Springj ---- ------ 281, 310, 341, 373,
Hliittenberg, Georgia CBreckenridgej
1Vhitt1esey, anet Dallasj
, J c 4 -----,,-,-.--
XVhyburn, Beverly qDal1asj ------ 219, 325,
WViehe, Douglas D. fMount Vernon, 111.5
1Vigley, Martha QHendersonj ---- 187, 349,
Jerilyn QBaytownj --------------
QBaytownj -------- --283, 336, 345,
Wilbur, Jerilyn QBaytownJ -------------
Wilder, Dorothy QFort Worthj ------ 344,
Wilhite, W. D. fDa1lasj -------- --- 391,
W'i1ken, Robert fQuanahJ -- ----
Wlilkins, Jim fHerefordj ----- ----
1Vilkinson, L. G. QFerrisj -- --
1Vilks, Stinlev Neal
JJ ---- --- --
Edelize fVernonJ ---- -- 336,
Betty Jo QHoustonj ---- ------
l1'iliams,,Betty Sue QBellevueJ --- ----
XVilliams, Billie tSpringtownJ --------
YVilliams, Bonnie fKCl1Tl1IJ ----- - ------
Wlilliams, Evelyn fCovingtonJ -- 332, 336,
Mlilliams, Frank Russell Jr. qFort Mlorthj
Williams, Frankie QAvocaj ----------- 317
Janie Lou fDallasj -----------
Vlilliams Joe B. fGatesvillej ---- ----
XVilliams, Lurlene qMansfieldj --- ------
YN'il1iams Marcia QDallasJ ----- -------
Williams Marvin qDallasj -- -- 391,
QBrownwoodj ------------- ---
XVilliams, Morris CFort Hbrthj
Hlilliams, Otis Ray 4Denisonj
YVi1liams, Pat QDa11asJ --------- ---
Pat fKermitJ ---
1Villiams, Rayburn QMeXiaj --
Williams, Russell qDa11asj --
Williams, Sandra QLufkinj --
ffiomanchej --- -------- ---- -
Williams, Truman QA11enj
Williamson, Gerald Dee
fEastlandj ---------- . -------- --
Williamson, Myrtle Marie QReaga
1Villiainson, S. Jane fTylerj ---------
Willingham, Noble fMineolaj ----.-----.-
1Villis, Ernestine QDentonJ ---- -- 322,
Willis, Geraldine QTempleJ -- ----.- --
Willis, Larrie Jean
, Paula Faye QTaftj --- ----
H 277 ,
QWichita Fallsj -------- --- 328, 369,
Willis, Randall fEnnisj --- ---... ----
Wills, Rachael fLorenaj ----------------
lvillson, David R.
qlfloydadaj ------------ 339, 343, 351,
Wilsford, Peggy Lou QGunterJ -- 332, 363,
XA1ilson, Beverly Qllentonj --------.-----
Xvilson, Bobby Eugene QDentonj ---- 331,
Wilson, Charles qBe11sj ------------.--..-
Wilson, George N. QDa1lasj ------ -291, 351,
Wilson, Howard M. QNoconaj ----------
1Vilson, Jerry Ann QDa11asJ -- ---.-- --
Wilson, Jo Sue QQuanahj ------ -------
Xfilson, Joe H. QGainesvil1ej ---- 149,
Wilson, Joe LaMon Qlidgewoodj ---- 296,
XVilson, Johnie YV.
qGainesvillej ------------- 321, 394,
Wilson, Joseph D. COrangej -------..---..
Wilson, Jo Sue QQuanahj -------- ---
Wilson, Marjorie QErick, Okla.j --- ---
Wilson, Mary Lou fEnnisj ------ ---
Wilson, Robert D. fLeforsj ---- ---
Wilson, Roger QDal1asj ---------.------
Wilson Virginia fF0rt Worthj ---..-----
Winder, W'illiam Alfred
qFort Wforthj ---------- 291, 390, 394,
Windham, Doris QPrice1 ---------.------
Winfree, Marilynn QDenisonj --.----- 281,
1Vingfield, Billy Joe QNixonJ ---- 390, 394,
lVingfield, Carol QFort YVorthj 281, 341,
XVinningham, Gretchen fRa1lsj -- 337, 360,
Winstead, Edwena fGrahamj ---------.
lN'instead, Freddy fYVeatherfordJ -- ---
Winstead. Gwendolyn --------.. ---
Xklinstead, Mary QRichlandj ---- ---
Winston, Hal qLaredo1 --------. -----
Winter, Betty Jean QThrallj -------------.
Winter, Mary Lynn fFort Yvorthj ---- 337,
1'Vise, Joellen QLufkinj ------ 283, 320,
QSudanJ -------- 277, 337, 356, 360,
Wlithers, Patricia Louise QLi1lianJ --------
Withrow, Glynn QDallasJ --------------
1Vitmer, Catherine Sue Qfllarksvillej 369,
XVitten, Sydney Anne
rXVaxahachiej ----------.- 322, 339,
XVittenburg, Bill CLometaj -------- 391,
Hlolfram, YValter Q-Xmarilloj -- -.-- --
Womack, Juanita Ruth
CFort lvorthj ---------------------
Womble, Royce C.
QMansfie1dJ --- ------- 243, 295, 378,
lVood, Barry qStephenvillej -------------
Wood, Douglas QDa1lasj ---------------
Wood, Frank Marion, Jr.
QWichita Fallsb ------.- -.-----
XVood, Glen QFort Wlorthj --- ---- 243,
YVood, Howard fShermanJ -- ------ --
Wood, Jan QHowieJ ------- ---- 3 66,
XN'ood, Naomi QEastlandj - ---- -------
1Vood, Patricia CC1arksvil1ej --- ---- 381,
X1'ood, YV. Gaston fCopevillej ----- - -.---
M'oodard, Floyd P. fHoustonj -- 356, 362,
lVoodruff, Bob QSeymourj ---------- 318,
Woodruff, Jack QDa1lasj ------ ----
Hfoodruff, John T. Qflleburnej -- -
Woodruff, Stan QDa1lasj -.---- --
Woodrum, Norma QAubreyj ---- -----
1N'oods, Jimmie QGunterj --------
1Voods, Robert L. QMcKinneyj --.-------
Mloodward, Dick IWorden, Ill.J ------ 249
NVorkman, Walter Oliver Jr. QArlingtonj
Wortham, Minriee fDallasj ------------.
1Vorthington, David P. CDa1lasj 391, 396
XYorthington, Doris QLaMarquej ---------
Woullard, Tonya fSan Angeloj ----------
Wren, Gerry fFort 1Vorthj ---- ----
XVright, Beatrice QBonhamj -- ---
Wright, Betty Jeanne Qllallasj 327,
Betty Rollin Qflorsiezlnaj ......
YVright, Henry L. Qilleburnej ,,,,...-,,
YVrigl1t, Mary 1,ou
fflorpus Christiy ,,,,,,,, W,
YVright, Patty flierrisj ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,
Wright, Paul QFort Worthy W, ---,,-
YVyatt, Bobby Qllallasj ..,,.,,, -Y
YVyatt, Robert VV. A1 ine
, V Jf- C P 5 e---
Wynne, Joanne flerrellj ,, ,,,,,, ,
YVythe, Gillis Qllalvestonj ,Y W, 288
Yankloski, Marylynn QShermanj .,,,......
Yarbrough, Betty lilaine Qflainesvillej
Yarbrough, S. M., Jr. QGainesvi11ej ..e,,,
QSearcy, Ark.j ............. 350,
Yates, John Jr. fDa11asJ ,.e...f,,,,,
Yeargan, Harold L. QDa11asj .... 181,
Yost, Shirley QMundayJ ......
Annette fDa1lasj . ...,, ,,,,,, ,
Bobby Gene CPonderj
Young, Christine qklillsapj ,,,,,,,,,, 332
QGa1vestonJ .......... 201 326,
Young, Fonegal QGreenwoodj ,,,,,,,,e.,,
Young, Jean fhlonahansj ,,,, W
Young, Nelle Qllecaturj ......e,,...,,,,,,
Young, Patty QHollywood, Flay ..ee,,,,,
Young, Tom QDexter, N. Mg --,,313, 383
Young, Virginia fFort Yvorthj ,,,.,...,,,
Young, Willa Dean
qllenclersonj ,,,,,,,,,f,,e, 333,
Youngblood, Raymond Bruce
fAlvaraclaj e,,,e,,,,,.,,,,, 328, 340,
Younger, Jack Ray qwhitesboroj e,......
Zabojink, Jerome QDallasJ -,-
Zamora, Manuel fllallasj ,,,,.....-,
Zenmnek, Shirley QChicago, I1l.j ....,.
Ziegler, Mary QQuitmanj .....e, We
Zimmerman, YVarner Earl
QMaeet1onia, Iowaj e,,,
S lo 1 1
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