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

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Achievement in thought and in personal activities acids riches to the wealth that a collegian possesses after foar years. l I CULMINATING USNT's spring activities was the dedication of the time capsule. .wah-nnnimqi f 5 if st X LEFT: Moving into a dorm looms as fearful as every to- morrow seems dur- ing the freshman's first days on campus. RIGHT: Tomorrow often includes the amusing sport of people-gazing. Memories of social fuzz anal acaclerrzie eacleaoors join with rarralorrz thoaghts of- float hailcling parties anal flznzheil tests, a azzieh cap .hefore class, socializirz g in the hrotherhooal of Greek life, sleeping through an 8 o'cloch, the glow azz "A" theme hrirzgs, greeting strangers orz campzis with a smile, flirting itz spite of a profs glare "This is the staff alreams are made of," Shakespeare orzce wrote. It is also the staff rrzerrzories are made of. May yoa, North Texan, now relive your happiest :lays spent at North Texas State University in 1963. GETTING food can become 1 frustratmg problem when hungry boys 1re remdy to eat before the cafeterra opens Wfest Dorm lodfrers must bxde therr trme XXX .Q-"" Edited by Suzanne Heath and Kay Lanier 5 ni -A E t i . i ' x Q I Q s w. - - I, .i - ,csc fax. l 1 L i Q . K- S - .. V 'ft it - 'EQYI is i it-521 A f 1 - " 1 ' 2 ' ' ' Q ' - L Ls" W 5 t It -' il 4 f'2'NlQss. YES' ff". ":"f1.e.-.'e"-2' v " .Q ' , gg Q aw, Avi: 152 , V H Q a My K e gig 6 A A' g, -ld gig I Y . J... .. s if Q, , ' if -- 5-as 'hifi ' ' ff: 'L . . .W A ., I .V 'f ,V , H , Eiga, r x r. . in U p f - pf-:V Y, - V 3, .rg Q Al .4 I ' ' M K ,,' t ' Wil. 1 ir , , .., -. 5, L , ,nf 1 N .v 1 J '- G-4 -5- ,t it h. -... f . .Q f-ssysic AN F ' 1 " - 'Q ' - W s W 4 ' H ' Q . ' .W i y.,'QAWi..fH fps? A53 .- . i X L"-'L -LQ t f' " ' s f. 1 y fm" 'W 'Mt 'T' It -W 9 'Ms Rf' 4 ' V. "' Y W' 15' -'e Q' r it -W 'T :,w" '5?' - .. 1- E V 4 f Y - w . Je 5. .4 A-ny.-.E t . s - E .. Www L Q ,,.. Q , . I I J, Y , , . VL g...sv, sys, ., A . " ' ' . ' N E ft 'nfl ...ruff ' r E lv Ur - A Q ,,,, 1 , -WM' -. - all A , , 1 . N , - fur- 0. .fs W ,s - . .t t-xg, A X 1..- " ' i Q' -fir ' 'P X "A - f 'St ' --EM N- .zczrl-E - .O . A . 1 5 i - 'I . ' iff... .iffr Ti-IE DESTINATION OF 'rf-its LONE can is OBVIOUS-VACATION IS OVER. NTSU IS ONLY MINUTES AWAY. ife bubbles, eollegians A car, loaded to the hubcaps with students .ind their helong- ings, whincs up Route ", inches past the Cfircle, hrcezcs through Lewisville, pauses at Lake Dal- las for ll lingering glance at cmifot-season skit-rs, and rolls on into Denton and North 'l'c-xas State University. H DAILY rehearsals of the Marching Band produce top quality half-time shows. Glad to be back on campus for another year . . . greeting old friends and meeting new ones . . . whirling through re- gistration . . . rush parties . . . grabbing a quick Coke with gos- sip in the UB . . . cramming for exams . . . a friendly hello on campus . . . lingering goodbyes at dorm steps . . . the challenge of learning . . . Who can miss any of it? XVAITING in the locker room only minutes before the kickoff, Eagle teammates grow tense with expectation. return . . . S, X- .. is in ' 'F A - 1 nr.w--...ff And then it happens. Wfithin a few days, these students re- enter the college community life and develop a transient, yet stable feeling of home. The fun and excitement of meeting each new experience provides memo- ries that last and last. ,, .. . ,-,,.. . ,.,a..,n.,x.-.,hz......a ' ' ' ' ' 'gh ix .yQ ' 4' f fffifffl SILENTLY sketching in the dusk of afternoon, art majors absorb the peace of late day and draw it into their sketchbooks. ff! Lv, 3, 5 .L.. 1. l a 1.. "I'LL take a ticket," decides this coed, as the Wichita Road Trip chugs lazily along. We're home again WHILE queues of students stand in the sun to register, others inside wait impa- 1 TALONS, in charge of the Victory Bell, hurriedly shine the brass before a football game. tiently for closed classes. The jig-saw puzzle of collegiate memories is pieced together day by day, a hit-and-miss pattern of work and fun . . . professional ballet in the Main Auditorium . . . the parade of Yucca Beauty contest- ants . . . the frenzy of Homecom- ing: building floats, constructing and burning the bonfire, crowning Queen Diane . . . the controversy over Greeks and Independents . . . the classes Where one really learns . . . 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A N, 1 A V p f H J' ,Q N , X . -an 1 x, ,W V wg, ' Q ff w f' nw ,Q , 3 f W ff' , M, Mwrff JG, Qf J i Wfiffgf yn if f ,QM X' xii mf if , Y Q 4 if R V I f , , if 'Q 5 jf Q Us ' ll' W' s 'Q a Nag N ,Sal ,Rf QW Je :xg 1 sf .N M-mst x x res in of 1 gan the hau bat and ' gal L TN CQ, if SXX 700 summer graduates . A lazy eampu "Summertime-and the living is easy," hoped hundreds of students who returned to the campus for the summer term. The time spent in Denton was soon to be filled with varied activities . . . the world pre- miere by the Opera Workshop of "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" . . . major campus renovation . . . keeping up with the prog- ress of Cindy Thomas,- North Texas' entry in the Miss Texas contest . . . scheduling of the Sabin oral polio vaccine inoculation . . . summer graduation for more than 700 seniors. "Fun in the Sun" soon became the slo- gan of summer collegians. Lake Dallas and the campus swimming pool were favorite haunts of those looking for leisurely sun- baths, quick skiing trips, relaxing swims and places to practice a jack knife or half gainer. TWO boys and a girl make a cool triangle, even in August, if they meet in the campus swimming pool. work and plays . X W ' Ag' A PRETTY smile, Mr. Sun and lots of suntan lotion are LeDena Woolridge's ingredients for a successful sunbath at the pool. 'x'm'1 " Y e-as my-s'A'T 2+ 3- 7.05 WP' 'U Mmm 1-....f..aa 44 THE busy hum of activity during the summer months reached a crescendo as builders hurriedly finished apartments. THE close examination this specimen receives by two zoology students is enough to make any frog blush, . , ,....... ...- - --if A 'v-:-.,1,...--.rr I-fv:5V..g.-,-C:-.,.-.W..,,.. N.-.. Ma, W:-.-f.-Yl,,,: f, .,,, 9, usy days beokon From day to day the fun of summer study became more apparent. The crisp, clear mornings beckoning one to early classes in airconditioned rooms took the edge off the hot Texas days. By noon, most North Texans were through with their classes and had the afternoon free for study, work or play. With each additional event, summer uni- versity life became more fascinating. Study, fun, activities and the little bits of everyday life gradually enmeshed these collegians in an ever-broadening web. i SUMMER students found the UB a good spot to relax, drink a coke and take quick glances at notes. l X X MXH? THERE must be enough Cokes for that "pause that refreshes," which all students enjoy. CATHEY Yarbrough demonstrates how easily she took her tasty sugar cube containing Sabin oral polio vaccine on july 29. ft.. , ww, X, ,,,,t -Y N-. - .e A MAIL order car IS lrght and sporty, dxseovers Mrs. Barbara Colegrove as she and her King Midget are lifted into the air, E B Y th fr sh of Iii be fic W: St: T4 W: m fb pl an 1 X X s. X'-S ,n I H . 53-ECQHEQE3 YIIH SLI! .l A4144 WRU! CHU K HER? MN X X Nw xi Yrs Y' X Us ' i r - er .Qpwm,:g'-igrx fy ff so . N S ggi img 1 so s T S AFTER hours of wandering through the maze of people in the registration rooms, many wear bewildered looks. MOST registrants pause sevoml times during the licctic session to be vaccinated, buy ii 1065 Yiiciyi, sign up for thgili iinportnnl class or write il check to CKWCI' tuition lives he ! s 2 E THE swinging sounds produced by the Lab Band at the Big Wheel Dance encourage dancers to relax after rushing through registration earlier. Registration brings rigors For a three-day period each semester, the Main Library changes from a scholar's haven to a hubbub of activity. Endless lines of students shuffle through registration flooding the library with complaints. SMALL talk and cold drinks take the edge from the heat during waitin "Yellow top card, please" rang familiarly throughout reg- istration. With IBM packet and trial study list clutched tightly, 9,500 students endured the rigors of enrollment, all pri- vately wondering if it would ever come to an end. 1 P' Q PHOTOGRAPHING 9,094 faces can be both confusing and challenging. BRIGHT lights, forced smiles and lengthy lines are all a part of the last phase of registra- tion-posing for student identification card photographs. -nag--m - fm 5 , i 1 I EAGER freshmen noisily leave their initial orientation meeting in the Men's Gymnasium. THE crowded first-week schedule of freshmen includes tests and departmental exams BEANIE sales boom wh d en crow s of freshmfm Coeds flock to Y Nm-wood HMS up with mm mx L i g snunn as she awaits custoimu in th l I Biggest class enrolls It was a busy week for the Erosh . . . orientation in the Gym where the biggest class yet overflowed the bleachers . . . j miles of lines standing in for tests, registration material and information . . . the Howdy Party at Eouts Field . . . the Big Wheel Dance on the slab . . . and finally the first class. Later, at a special ceremony Planned by Women's Forum, the freshman coeds were adopted by an upperclassman. Big-little sister friendships were begun, and the newcomers felt at home and comfortable. GREEN jackets are on hand to offer lost freshmen any information during orientation week. x X. in :fl dx f in HAPPINESS is the expectancy of a freshman coed who is being adopted as a "little sister" by a friendly upperClaSSmaf1 EAGLE teammates are introduced to the Howdy Party crowd before their demonstration game at Eouts Field. x .72 X X KWXX xxx N65 1 N Z .:., x f WN x wfef' fx :xv X N ., X X N XX X NX X XX x XX XXX Yu X X X QS x SUN 'wgx fx. .,, kk V x -A ""3i:2E 1-.7 QQ -X . ,V , . , . . A Tbf' Heetie pledgeship leaves little leisure to burn Sorority pledges have one single wish: more, more, MORE hours in a day. From study hours to pledge class projects and pledgely mischief, new sorority girls soon discover the hectic necessity of squeezing too many activities into a diminishing time supply. The effort is worthwhileg one gain is the close bonds and Sisterhood of sorority life. KAPPA Sig pledges sing to Delta Gamma pledges to regain a borrowed trophy. Of I , SCAVENGER hunts are a popular pledge activity. Two sorority pledges cop the prize by bringing back Castro's beard and a rather unwilling Castro. . . . Pledging is a time of happiness, giv- ing sorority and fraternity members the opportunity to meet new friends having similar goals. Homecoming and elections find all Greeks pitching in, often affecting the whole university's concept of the event. Until the big moment of initiation, pledges are swamped with Greek activity. RAMP duties occupy just a fraction of a pledges week. Working together brings close friendship ties. PI-ll KAP pledges ignore lawn chores and challenge actives to a fast-moving, thrilling game of touch football at the fraternity house. .A i"ux L , Q . ONE OF THE MORE REWARDING CHORES OF PLEDGES, THE HOMECOMING FLOAT NEARS COMPLETION .. xi,.,lr3,7 . . . One for all and all for one-this is fraternity pledgeship. The fraternity pledge period is shorter than that of his feminine counterpart, but each pledge makes his pre- initiation days memorable by performing his duties in a sportsmanlilce manner while he looks forward to full participation in activities of the membership. ZETA pledges find a rummage sale can be both fun and profitable WY! .Nh Gus v he. pus md I fe, S115 Det 5 IHS 113 .ity ich ies S KEN 1'AYl,UR W lil 4.2 X lHQQUlD DIANE Reid, 1962 Homecoming Queen, poses beside one of the campaign signs that helped win her the coveted title. BALLOTS are cast and counted when election day finally arrives. The candidates await the results. ff 5-'Ii I 4G ACTIVITY reaches peak production as many busy A MONKEY in the treetop campaigns silently for its faxorite hands help erect election signs on Oct. 4. candidate during election week, Oct. 5-10. s Sag? 2 y ' "s,4 I ,iff K 5 lg yh xg' m' , I mr, Y , S at .- i I 1 -f-wif! DONT FEOUWX VOTE ' Nh Mowm, M ELIUQ U' 1 rs 2 s . Ng A Q. 4 Yi QSM ' as - 535 ,Q. fr g sr , Q Ig , 'Q Q N -R -... ' i-..-...nm MN ' ' ' 1 'D if I v.. I V N ...,...,W. - 0 .- gas.-uswfwv K M'-s+...,,, X , 2 ' s ,Wi , , ff t WHM,,,,Mraf ' W, . ' w V fTf"m.,,,i , J . W ' 5 1 A TIED score with two minutes until the half finds Fouts Field a colorful panorama of exciting confusion and activity. omecoming 1962 A light drizzle dampened the hundreds of exes who flooded the campus early Homecoming, 1962. The sun pierced its way through rain clouds, right at the crucial moment, and chased away the soggy atmosphere. The rest of the day was ideal for the honored exes who joined stu- dents in cheering beautiful floats, witnessing a 14-8 Eagle football thriller victory and attending the other round of I 30 activities. Diane Reid reigned over the day's festivities as Homecoming Queen. Runner-up Cecilia Taylor was Home- coming Princess. Both were introduced at the bonfire on Friday night when Diane touched the first torch to the rub- bish pile. Days of preparation for the event evolved into color- ful displays of parade entries, house decorations, the half- time show and the stage show. i BONFIRE flames penetrate the velvet darkness with scorching 1 K hea ' A' ' x . Afqi- A 1, '.j X ' X 4 5 XX X Xu .Xe N ie X ,-:X x , R X g X we H X X X X mx, X X ,X xx XQ X X L? X , XX yd X X X x RQ 9 Q39 ,NN A Ax x X X X X Y X X XX A N X K 1 'S X XXX X X x X XX X Q 'A R K X X XM X X W Q X X QX N EX wet.. X , , , E' . A f if A -5X X K' wx . ,.,. Q wrw. X E-V4.fx' :EW- Xx X A XX 7 ,, X-X. . -s A f1,.,.X , X 3535.1-21 .gigigv lf" - -mf, X 4 X A is-f my 7 -X Q af .X.,gssX. ' jf tarts sogg M. QUEEN DIANE AND HER , M,,,,4au DIANE Re1d, 1962 Homecommg Queen, begms her rexgn over the days fest1v1t1es as she recewes her crown and a bouquet of red roses from Ray W1111HmSOH. but ends sunn . ff' X V '- .n"' ' ,k ,V XX Q W - , I ,,,, gw -MX. .A V ,A K , fe . x I ,A ,qwf-une 1':L..4eg,,..,....,...,,...4. -- .V -...- ... Y ... .-:..,.. -, .. e. , ,, . . ,DA -., ..Y, e X- - '- -A H f We -' W'-" N' 'W "" " 'M U ' """4""" "' ATTENDANT XVAVE TO EARLY SPECTATORS AT THE COLORFUL PARADE. 4-,L I IMAGINATION, AGILITY AND PATIENCE CREATE THE ORNATE FACADES OF PAPER FLOWERS AT WEST DORM. fi. TOP: Painting talents left over from election campaigns are utilized to prepare homecoming decorations and Welcome signs for exes. BOTTOM: Parade floats need frames, and McConnell Hall girls in- dustriously begin their structure for a flying green-and-white beanie. A PUSH and a pull put Lambda Chi in the race for the most beautiful house decoration. XX mxkh TALONS initiate freshmen into the tradition of bonfire building as preparations are made at peak momentum. A DARING freshman scrambles up the 32-foot-high rubbish pile to perch a basket and chair precariously on the top for decoration. HOMECOMING week means an even greater variety of confusion in the Howdy Room. PREPARATIONS FOR NORTH Texas' biggest annual spectacle began early . . . students pushed efforts to complete float and house decorations . . . fresh- man wood gatherers started construction of a 52-foot-high bonfire . . . the North Texas band perfected a colorful half-time show depicting the various means of com- munication . '. . 54 organizations an- nounced special activities to honor ex- students during the two-day festivities . . . and Homecoming 1962 promised to pro- vide a bigger welcome than ever for exes. , C . .. . M C ,,--C it-K-1 - Qs-w X -sfw.,SW. ..xx, vc, ,WMWM ,5 SCOUTS SEARCH FROM A JEEP EOR CINCY S MASCOT SCHOOL SPIRIT RAN RAMPANT during Homecoming Week. Sigma Nu kicked off the festivities by organizing a Bearcat Safari which scouted the campus in a marked jeep. Greek rival Theta Chi foiled the plot, however, when they pro- duced a caged replica of the bearcat in the U.B., where other groups had set up souvenir sales booths. On Friday night, a torch march wound its Way to Eouts Field Where the traditional bonfire was touched to flame by Home- coming Queen Diane Reid. 'T 'S' A Q. X N sv NA 9 m FR 9 MW , Q Mn lV , Y , ,-fY-- .-.. xf fx- WTAI ,f 17 r,. WE 'IL K CINDY Thompson draws for parade position with frnvers crossed and eyes closed A GOLDEN chariot drawn by three black stallions was Sigma Nu's prize-winning entry in the beauty division. The theme was NNTSU Soars with the Gods." fl Nr X, XX x r XX X nfl we ,- is I , X , SPECTATORS eagerly wait along the parade route before the pageant begins. 1 Q r .. Q' s ssesee s a .it 1 .,Q 1 A 1 '4 f.vv9:.,i,,. .:.. '15, il x 0" ' Afsm WN Si X553 KX-Q X aol fbi S?- SNVl:l:PSTAKhS winner Kappa Sigma parades its "Girl on a Flying Trapeze." k -I 1 N THOUSANDS CHEERED THE magnificent 75-unit Homecoming parade, including 15 bands and 23 floats. Sweep- stakes honors were captured by Kappa Sigma's "Girl on a Flying Trapeze," a carnival entry of clowns and a trapeze artist who swayed high above the street to the music of a Calliope on a trailing circus wagon. Two other fraternities, Theta Chi and Sigma Nu, were awarded float competi- tion honors as most original and most beautiful. A third fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, copped first place in the house decorations for their two-stage rocket. l aft Q Q'-x THETA Chi's winning entry, "Flying High on Our Island in the Sky depicts a tropical romance on a South Sea island with a Polynesian princess 1 Qffo Y' A MAZE of people, color and horses provides mass confusion and chitter at the early morning parade of floats which officially begins Homecoming Day festixities ,E 37 THETA CHI S 40-FOOT CASTLE, COMPLETE WITH DRAWBRIDGE, OFFERS A ROYAL WELCOME TO ALUMS. v1. lib? THE waning hours before Saturday's judging, West Dorm members take a break e ore completing their elaborate decoration which covers the front of the dormitory. AS DUSK FELL ON THE vivid array of house decora- tions scattered around the cam- pus, the lights rose in the Main Auditorium for 'Fessor Graham's Stage Show, which signaled the end of a long and busy Week of Homecoming activities. After a display of NTSU talent enter- tained students and exes, tro- phies were awarded for three divisions of float and house decoration Winners. The final curtain then slowly dropped on a memorable and exciting Homecoming 1962. SIG EP'S two stage rocket poised on the launching pad took top honors in house decoration competition. " ' ,r 'I I II I I I I I I , I I I I I I 'Y If I I, I , I I ' I I I II I I I 1 I I C I I I I I , I, I, I, I, I I I . I , . I1 Ti I It 1 I It I , I I 5 I I 2 A i Il E I 'f +I A ,I I s . -2. L N A I I I I I I I I S an I A -A X I , ,, 'ra P55 ANGEL FLIGHT AND THE SABRES IMPRESS THE PARADE CROWD WITH THEIR MARCHING ABILITY. f IIIUIPIFIFICUI WLEDQ 4-1, V 5 k 1 ll A r lb 1 -SF SERAPE-CLAD Mexican dancers help entertain students and exes attending the Homecoming Stage Show. "IT'S GONNA TAKE A LOT OF PLASTIC wooD," CONTEMPLATES AN IA STUDENT ON A PROJECT. f eademio growth ripens minds What effect do four years of resident study have on most North Texans? With fresh minds avidly searching for knowl- edge, thousands of students are caught in an intricate web of opposite ideas and attitudes, of subtle and forceful person- ality influences and clashes, of changing metaphysical concepts. The student's at- titudes, awakened by university associa- tions, stiffen and shape into his final form, his ultimate person. Unconscious of the process, the student becomes adult. Tedious but rewarding preparation pres- sures a student and requires many hours of intense concentration. Few breeze through the four years with easeg many stumble and leave along the way, but most find grad- uation is worth the many hours of midnight study and monotonous research spent in the Main Library. Scraps of time are utilized anywhere . . . everywhere. Along 'the way the fun of extracurricular activities provides breathing spaces. The effect is sure . . , and rewarding. .PHOT AEE A w 1 . ,-cw. -. any--. ,-nmnurn ii Q 037 ...iw-3 A M 5 ii . , gg 9 K .mm-W Q -if R N. T. BOTANY students gain a working knowledge of plants as they learn the fundamentals of growing and tending specimens of their own. THE COLORFUL THREADS OF A FABRIC GRADUALLY MERGE, REWARDING LONG HOURS SPENT WEAVING A K N . X K xx NS. i N NK fix? X -f X X txxifgfi 1 11 xp X, , S 1 f m- A I ' 'VYQ . 4 I A - xmwxx QW. ., Q10- 5' - A ,RS e Lif A N . ' .iaiiw 39 X .-S59 53: IX 1 f 2 X ,yy , is , ,in 1 , X - , ' Amie: 3 .x.x ,wx -A ,044 , fff-1. Mx 1 . . 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Excitedly flying to the stage on her broomstick at this proclamation, Witch Hazel was breathless as the South Bruce Hall skit presented her life fall 14,000 years of itj at Women's Forum Skit Night, Oct. 31. Appropriate to the theme, "Halloween Capers," South Bruce won top honors. "Halloween in the jungle," a hilarious visit in an African jungle to interview a cannibal tribe, was the second place win- ning entry from Marquis Hall. Skit night was held for the freshman Coeds who had earlier been adopted by upperclassmen. The crowd who packed the Lab School Gymnasium gigglcd cou- staotly as the Halloween antics were across the gymnasium ocean to a fun-filled "Halloween in the jungle." 0 paraded bctorc thc thrcc iudgcs, Y i ff 1 MMM I V'ff, ,rv w www.-X W aww ..::.. 11. '.,5Q.1: WX V y X X. 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A ull lkiililiiii :mas . Lf- ! msg!!! 'Q Q. ' R 62 X 5 Ax wi., . :fb ' 3 I wi, ii .. T ---M. Q 3 , w ilu M ,4 x f,Av 3 N x X! ,Q wi L. L K. m Q K MRM -Q X '- gm.. X ' 4. w aww 'QQ ' .'.'.' x 'E.4.',f' f, XR N, my Q .X ,. .JN asm Y w w f .N IS X Eg' Ss' 11 A-W ' X ,f WM, K X Wm ' mm SsKe::xi:9fmwwf x .ymxwqmm yr. XY '3, 1 Q E Q X ,.W,M.,..,,.w,,M.xM-f..,,f,,M A..-W -fb WW, ,, --- 4 - - -'-f- Vg , N. 7 -He---W -V -1-----5 fn , -V4--,ww-f--P V fx P ,I J g f In one brief hour, I A A gw Hin ljfll A 1 . ten auf' rwc ihif Sidi fbfl iii Pr 4 WINTER graduates expectantly line up backstage while waiting "IF your education is complete," says President Matthews, i "in three for commencement ceremonies to get underway. years you graduates will do things you haven't dreamed possible. ' is i 'L- Q E l yu I ,l l I is it 1 5 il I I i i l P E i M.- .-.-i.1......c--i.w A moon SPECTATORS PACK THE MAIN AUDITORIUM TO XWATCI-I 'ri-112 oRAnuAT1oN cliumomv. 52 Y- ,,4L-iff-Frm., , V 71, . 77.43, , ,, , grads embark on thre hold of new life Proud parents and friends crowded the .Main Auditorium. Black-robed graduates, swaying between sadness and relief, stood in quiet expectation. Four years had cul- minated since as eager freshmen they had entered university life. Wfithin a few min- utes. a vital and exciting part of their lives would become the past. As each received his degree and a handshake from Pres- ident J. C. Matthews, mingled emotions brought tears to some eyes, smiles to the lips of others, but heartfelt happiness and pride to all. f --ves::-assi ' ,. 'Q " ' ' 1 .QI '-Q' ff 71 f ,, ft VJ I . . ff7.,7i4"- - - 12' ,t ! ea ' 6' ' ,. A WARM smile and congratulatory handshake are offered to each student as he terminates university studies. A HAPPY senior shows his leather-bound degree to his girl, who admires the tangible proof of four years of concentration. WITH degree clutched tightly in his hand, the new graduate leaves an old way of life to begin commencement of another. tL6Q?5.'5L -une" A SNOWY day produces outside fun on an icy pond, caution on slippery steps and numerous stalled car problems. Snow flurries i It was a quiet night. Students were tucked warmly in bed or studying for finals. Outside a silent snow sifted slowly onto a still campus, blanketing the quies- cent plants and bare trees with a gauze- like film. Carefully trudging to classes the next morning, students found snow and ice a brisk refresher amidst final exams. Others tinkered with cars stalled by icy streets, Smarter collegians huddled inside, decidede ly warmer than their frostbitten col- leagues. A CONFECTION of snow sugar lightly covers the brown earth, leaving a winter coat of white. 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A STIMULATING bridge game en rosses three eds as the dummy PRECIOUS study space must be utilized, even when apart- sits back and lets his partner attempt to trump the leading spade ments provide only kitchen tables for study. ar a dull "Gee, jane, it's good to be back at the dorm. What gunchy stairs to carry a trunk up three flights. Here, you carry one end . . . yes, BOTH corners . . . now, back! No! Left! Okay, up . . uh, jane, you dropped it on my toe . . . no, itlll be okay. Round this corner . . . up, up . . . finally! Third floor. The room is right heref, fopens doorj "Scuse me, didn't know you were in . . . not our room? We're on the first? . . . Uh, jane. Letis stick the trunk out the window. That's right . . . up and over. Wheel" wk :za ak 7 a.m.-"Hey, Charlie, rise and shine. Time to get to class." just a min . . . zzz." 7:20 a.m.-"Charlie, you've gotta get up!', "Uhmnn, just a . . . zzzzzzf' 7:45 a.m.-"Charl, Tm gone, Get up!" zzzzzzzzzzzzz. 12 noon-"Omigosh! I've slept through my classes! Oh, well . . . zzzzzzzzzzzzrf' A Q LASS ol' ice water, lctl to lllc i.lt'tt Oli tl t wing rotmuuate, is W- 4 1 more cliumw than .Ill .1l.um Or' 1. sc lui .- dv ' 1-,., .l' -5-'i 3' I 1 ,,n -pf 4. If lXlmx at I-...... - ,.. AN EXUBERANT TOAST IS OFFERED QWITH COKE, OF COURSEQ ON A FRIEND'S BIRTHDAY. moment in dorm life THIS coed decides that the most relaxing way to write a letter is to Cr up on a soft bed and compose bare-looted. awl ONE of the best reasons for living with a roommate is that you have a built-in hairdresser available. U NT organizes and promotes projects ff'- 'T P- USNT officers are Ray Williamson, president, Gloria Adams, secretary, james Killingsworth, vice-president, Boyd Armstrong, budget officer. The United Students of North Texas, composed of the Senate, the Elections Board and the Supreme Court, serves as the student body's spokesman in the vari- ous aspects of campus life and to the administration. The Senate, made up of members of each class, delves into many areas of stu- dent interest in order to carry out a pro- gram benefiting as many North Texas students as possible. The Elections Board supervises all campus elections to fill class offices and student government positions. Settling all appeals on contested elections is the duty of the Supreme Court. Sponsoring the successful road trip to Wichita, helping students find rides home through its Share-a-Ride plan and approv- ing Denton eating establishments for stu- dents are among the many projects planned and carried out by the USNT. ELECTIONS Board members are, BACK ROW: K M f' -ld en ans- , B'11K-1. 4 . P Kirk Carmean, Kaye Dysart, jeff Crossland, Diane Gillianylltiley Flitzhugif lflig'lgTgl1ljI5211iRX?1ZYvcr?l1e kelmcdy, tn.-arm, - ,,,,. X for collegians COMPOSING the Policy Co-ordinating Committee are john Swaney Nancy Filippone, and Donna Butts. MEMBERS of the Senate Rules Committee in- clude Ann Bransford, jim Taylor, Janet Thompson, and Billie Sue Blake. TH E PRESIDENTS Committee is made up of Andy Ward, jack Conlee, Larry Sullivant, and jim Hightower. W ,, , - Mtziii, - h H 1 , -,-T. , - ana.. F , .-,.... . , . ,... -H.,,M,,-4 u,,.,A,, MLM W ,,,,,,-..m....M,-,, W- .,.., , ......,....,,.,.....,,..........,..-.,,.,.W...........-.,.YW ..... , , -.., .. . .,1 Y E AMY . ,,,,,M,,,,.,,,,,, ,-,-....,,-.,..-.. MMV., , .W ,-..,.,,., ,.....,-Y-..,, 1 , ,... W, ,.., .. -A V.-.-.. ---A .. .- ---W , .. ,, -- - ffw ff---,5.......... .. .. --- . X A f x N Q xxx... , N X x Nsgg BSN . X X A x x X L ,A QQ X XR' Q s S x K E Nw wb X R X xx fxXx AN X X XXNM N X N N X ,.,. .W . M x x . X K i A N? X X N Q X X X - X X. ,NNN :N ,Sx Nw. X XX C I fy Y .- f .:, Q! 1 X f Z f x yg xl ww sm ' W , a 0 ,f ,lx f i ' x ' x TESL X is O l I A B-gy ix! ERIC HAMPLEMAN mans the refreshment stand operated by the Senate, as exultant football fans stop by for a snack. IN AN effort to promote and publicize NTSU, the Senate is making a film of life and activities on the campus. E EACH fall and spring as the USNT sponsored elections draw near, students gather together to help fellow students build and erect campaign signs and posters. K A FOR the first time at NTSU, a Christmas Pageant was presented under the auspices of the Senate in co-ordination with many school departments. A BEWILDERED freshman tries on one of the 1800 new green and white status symbols sold by Senate members, for 31.50 during orientation week. A SANTA FE Condugtof aggigtg excited NT SfL1ClCHfIS HS they bO211'Cl fllC train fOr fhff Road Trip to the football game between the Eagles and the Wichita ShOCk6rS. YT J, 1+ Q E 3, I' Y 1 fi ii i E 2 i K Y 5 Y . I i E I f , S II 1 ,I I l f W , A S W irm weather brings lazy habits . . Spring fever rages With great ccvigahw The seasonal malady of spring fever began to take its toll of victims in March when tired North Texans escaped confining studies and migrated toward cool parks and lakes.i Evidences of mysterious illness abounded . . . convertibles jam- med with kids . . . plants, gold- fish and turtles adopted as pets . . . lake parties . . . long Walks in the sunshine . . . bermuda shorts and spring cottons . . . ice cream sandwiches . . . closed books and open beach bags . . . March Winds roared in like the proverbial lion and lingered into April, settling finally to a warm breeze which only aggra- vated the malady. The students diagnosed the sickness and en- dured it until disease finally dis- solved into a delightful accept- ance of the balmy weather. The pace of 'university life' then quickened again and accelerated toward the grand finale of spring examinations. SPRINGTIME brings flowers, green trees and even colorful goldfish. J-agar. . ". "NOW FOR my different look," muses Connie Kay as she admires her newly-acquired blonde wig, a current fashion. I i I E Q l 2 r . 68a u-nu.v..a:.z,:s4s,fan-.:a.:sa.,w .-Y-vin., 1: Qrmuwaawggg X ig blonde wigs and . . . The Wig's Tczle, a fantasy of wig wishes. In a downtown show window, a 35200 wig stops three coeds. "Can't you just see that on me?" each murmurs as they reluctantly pass on. Connie fancies herself cc poised, hlonde dehiitccnle. "Why yes, I'd love to go to the Top Hat, Tom. No, not tomorrow night. That's wig night-it has to be washed and combed . . . why a blonde wig? I couldn't let people think I was in a rut! Yes, it does highlight my slanting eyes, doesn't it ?" And fzcne? "Now don't you 'June honey' me, George. You can't buy me with all yo' presents. Do you think all girls have no character . . . ah know ah'm sweet and vivacious and all that, but yo' are avoidin' the issue. Ah'm not a party girl. Ah won a 4-H contest in high school . . . cookin', of course, that's what doin'. Oh, you all just take me home . . . now . . Annn heconies delightfully French. "Leon, darling, it's so good to see you again. Yes, I luf America Qit's such a quaint placej. A hamburger . . . is that like shish-kabob? Well, do as the natives do, I always say. My hair? Oh, dear, it's just a little something I picked up at the coiffeur's yesterday . . And as each delightfully dreams of a wig, none notices that ten, fifteen, twenty-five women pass wearing the same casually chic, outrageously expensive wig. TRANSFORMED to a pale-,haired beauty, Connie combs her wig, inspects her styling in the mirror, and decides to let the nearest beauty salon work with it the next time. FIESHION-WISE women, .succumbing to the current wig craze, keep sly ists busy keeping the hairpieces in tip-top condition, ..4aLw.g:.- - . , l A P U i .,-S s Ng- ! ig -32", E-. 22:4 :ri E llf- ISI Xml E1 9' 1 4, V . 9:15 a.m.-THE SHORTEST way through town proves to be a gutter, and the 9 am'-HIKERS map out the quickest and journalists, always seeking new angles, plod through accordingly. most scenic route across the countryside. walkathons color '63 Five NTSU journalists decided to take a walk. Pick- ing a proper day frain, wind, etc.j, they rounded up the necessities for a successful 50-mile stroll-peanut butter, knap sacks, cameras-and began a brisk jaunt to the shores of Lake Dallas. Although the hike goal of 50 miles soon dim- inished to 20, the adventurous collegians encountered drivers offering a lift, a highway patrolman promis- ing to keep an eye out, a farmer relating tidbits of local lore and assorted dogs, cats and horses. A sudden rain storm prompting the hikers to get under a bridge and meeting high school students finishing the last leg of a "real" 100-mile hike made the ambitious five ponder man's curious susceptibility to suggestion. And who wouldn't? For after a night's sleep, they said, "Next week we'll really go 50 miles!" 1 p.m.--ALONG the way, souvenirs of the journey are picked up. This tardy fellow foots it on a soft drink can. 6 p.m.--ALMOST home, the travelers meet fellow hikers on the second lap of a 100-mile trek to Ft. Wforth. TC DC nominees Theta Sigma Phi, sponsor of the Top Coed on Campus competition, revamped the rules this year and invited faculty mem- bers to nominate candidates. Previous Top Coeds were also declared ineligible, a change from past years. Over 100 entrants with top scholastic achievement and leadership qualities made a difficult field for the four judges. Mrs. Kathryn Bates, assistant to the dean of women, presented awards to the 15 winners at a Matrix Table pie-and- coffee supper at the Commodore Inn on April 5. Fairfax Nisbet, Matrix Table speaker and TV editor of the Dalia! .flflowzifzg N eras, spoke on her experiences as an ac- tress in the TV series "Saints and Sinnersn and "Route 66." judges, Dr. A. M. Sampley of the English faculty, Dr. Edwin Biggerstaff of the School of Education, Mrs. Barbara Colegrove of the journalism faculty, and Dean of Women Imogene Bentley Dickey, chose the 15 Top Coeds. Carolyn Baker, Silsbee Kathleen Gardner Dallas Lu Diane Hughes Sanger Martha Stranahan Port Arthur Kim aw , 1 W, :ag ' I Bettie Cook, Moody one 1 ANXIOUSLY awaiting the results, 110 TCOC nominees Crowd the Commodore Inn for a pie-and-coffee supper. I'IL1ifOIN SCi100l 5Q11i01' in 17011 Xxvgfthi fQk'QiX Q5 an award for her prize-winning essay, 'KXVhy Tm Interested in -1ourn.ilism," iViA1I'4QLllfCtTiViiil'i1l,'ii, Houston f' , Xfxfix Q Q K e t x 1 E 3 june johnson, Lubbock 'f....,, -1-' f'.I1'.:gv iq "lp, 'lun ... . . ..,, 0 . . 11 -...v , Q....s N Betty Grace Shuforcl, Denton ua. Q. I Carol Ann Reglin, Waxaluachie N05 g7icf111'er2'.' Frances George, Dallas anis Smith, Sweetwater BEDRAGGLED feathers and 1 vseary smile betray the rigors felt by "Chirp Chirpl' Candidate joe Braley, sponsored by A Ka a Delta and Phi Kappa Sigma PP ' WEIRD contestants, eager campaigners and interested onlookers provoke an atmosphere of mass confusion. Costumed uglies create havoc BERMUDA shorts-clad Mike McNutt, sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha, attempts to twist his way to UMOC. A flflfml Mfzgfzzizze aura of Con- fusion destroyed the Calm of the Howdy Room as five Greek candidates insisted by means of antics and evidence that they were sufficiently ugly to deserve the Ugliest Man on Campus title. Sponsored by NY'omen's Fot- um. the men collected votes by harassing students for pennies. dimes and nickels. An abonunable Snoxxinan, .1 giant bud .ind sundtx' rexolting holwos wed tom the dubious dis tinction ol' UMULN. X :XX Y SX XQ- kfXx REF' 2 XXL X .gm M XRS XXX? SWS xxkx XQNX SSXX SSNK SKS XX X sip .. i ' X S 1 X EXW 'XXX' N X X. 5 X" 'y wxxf XRS X X, X S xx ESX S X S X xi i:X -Q XX 5:5 Q X ikgxixi X X X XXX XXXXX X xx N XX... x , XX f SNS X X is Si X Nw Ni N S Xxk KXXX Lk , XX X XXX xxfs .XXX XX? AX S X Q, S X .- '19 N , E X R X W5 , 5 S x X XXNS wx SX, if ,XXXXQX5 X. X XQQEWFX N X N9 M ,WW , ,Mn Af , I ff fy 74 ,W R X WW! fl f f , 44 M ie ,X..X X if CW' X XXX Wx. Hag, 's X MMWMAM ,Q ,ov 1 1 W7 i v X SIX favs X X1 Q ,Y N? ,Q "w W ' 4' rv X .mv , . :ff X XX N . 1 1 Y-xi "is: ' Q ,nw . . X -.-,- iw mf ' las 'fijlf ., 2 .E wlIA 3,5 -'G' XXAX ,iff 'w asv ,V F11 , 2 , l ,sg 1 . ,vo Q ill? fs ' E ,iss e eta 5 :br KAPPA ALPHA DEVISES A "SIMPLE SYSTEM" EOR INSURING A WINNING HORSE AT THE RACETRACK Greeks tune up with choral Sing Song Greek Week activities found fraternity and sorority members attempting to pull, pump and perform their way to Victory. Delta Gamma, for the third consecutive year, and Kappa Sigma took home first-place trophies in the colorful Sing Song contest, which marked the opening of Greek Week. In other contests during the annual festival, Alpha Delta Pi Won the Sig Ep volleyball tour- nament, Lambda Chi Alpha pedaled to victory in the bicycle race, and Sigma Nu successfully pulled Theta Chi into the pond for Rope Pull honors. Festivities were concluded with an all-Greek sweatshirt picnic at Lake Dallas. Sigma Nu relays of potato-sack and three-legged races ended the Week of competition. E my 1, ll fr i r ' 1 I I f' L K. il 3: 1 1 i i . V fi 5 is I I 5 V. i. . i , E r Sf E ir. El ' s E 5 1 LA I I l I T 5 Q" a 78 A SMOOTH rider-exchange ll' OVEREAGERNESS to Win the relay causes this pledge to hit the pavement. But seconds later, hopping atop his bike, he finishes second. AT THE sound of the starter's gun, entrants dash for their bicycles, attempting to gain the first advantage. romp in bouncy, gives the Delta Sigs fl handy lead in the prelims. 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""f""""""' i in a tall oak tree . . . doing the Push at 21 fraternity party students sheltered from a misty night Edited by Suzanne Heath and Kay Lanier Yilcca Beauties are prettier than ever, student AS BEAUTIES wait for their names to be called by the master of ceremonies, the Talons provide assistance during the preliminaries. Sugar and spice and everything nice- is this what a beauty is made of ? Maybe so, but two panels of judges added poise, facial beauty and posture to the qualifica- tions as they narrowed a field of 76 pretty coeds to 12 YUCCA Beauties. In preliminary competition, a late after- noon crowd in the Howdy Room watched as four student judges selected 38 semifinal- ists. Amid the tense expectation and hopes of all 38, the big night for the final selection arrived. Backstage the rustle of billowy formals accentuated the hushed quiet as each coed prepared to step through a large open book, symbolizing the 1965 YUCCA, for her introduction to the audience and judges. , The 25 finalists were interviewed by a witty panel of professionals. After the bal- lots were tabulated, the winners assembled onstage in a colorful array of beautiful girls and lovely gowns. A CONTESTANTS listen intently to their instructions for the initial judging on November 15 in the A Union Building. THIS year four NT students Billy Perkison Josie Cantu Doroth ' t . , f, -. Y Bagb d s. acted as the panel of campus judges in the first round of the Yucca Beautyysellelctiodlm mrs ..- I , w--- -1. gf?-Rf. -" . '57 - fi"-1 Z' fi viz- L? Y -1: .- 7 ,- . ? 'S 53' -- I Il Nl 3 1. I Y I s I I QR, 'h , 1 l 0 X u x iii. ""' ' xl 10 ' 1 A ' -f u". A, 1 Y l o ,, as u I , V V x 1 1 Jf rv-V. , , ...Q .f nr WKW M , RY XX':Xl.DlIN 1 II NDY THUM PSUN '-A saw ' ...... -..,....?-...... 41. 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These girls depict a facet of loveliness, often unrecognized, that prevails each day. is ss S' af- F Q IC- Ni Enix mfs W frm: PM moi Emi IO7 ublications Wlien new editors are to be chosen for the campus publications-the Chat, the Yucca and the Avesta-the Publica- tions Council meets to consider applica- tions and qualifications before naming students to these positions. The Council determines the policies to be observed by the university publications and by the staffs and acts in a supervisory capacity to main- tain these policies and to advise sponsors and editors. Editors and sponsors of the Chat, the Yucca, and the Avesta, senior members of the publications staffs, faculty members, and special appointees of the university president and the student body president comprise this group. PUBLICATIONS Council members listen intently as the applications and qualifications of students for positions on the campus publications are read. EACH day employees of the Print Shop have pages and pages of copy to set for the various campus publications. V ,ac six .. X -X . PRESSINC deldlmes mike 1 next ottite rlmust im . R x X 'M P 5 flcts th-it 'o in Chit . 14 A I k n S n X' ' xp P f stories l 1 9 r i li 11 4 1 if l l 1 l l 1 li ll it !, PHOTl one of l 'il if Pr. ll, .si if i l I: I .i l l l .flax L A ..,,,1, iz if - .X 1 P0551 c, Nut time is C ,gr ig found to iouble check the ' F noe ll Xx. Qi ix Xfx S X S x X 31 gigigx Aff f , ' My 'WWI ' I V 4 f Y 5' fs '- gms ex - X X E x X X N X R X -X A Sw Q X Q S m 4 A . S sm... X C S , ' ,mwwx -.QNX ?wwU"N Hu V E . ' 9. x A ,Y "fig 555 YW' X ' -1 l' 5? 4 x 1 QM WZ ix i W X X A U x f .xf S-Q .X we N' .,.N:,,,Q.. ., Q, ...Q . pi Hx' xx ,wmwww 9 xf 2 Q , .X X LF ...Q-ww" fi Q 3 i. i Ms EE- 1f' .5 -' Janet Evans Shelly Caldwell Associate Editor Bill Hobbs Sports Editor ulers or Cop '? Putting out the YUCCA involves a lot more than just "make your checks out to NTSU for 5S6.12." Deadlines . . . copy . . . cutlines . . . headlines . . . pictures . . . layouts . . . planning . . . brain storms . . . late permission . . . coffee breaks -a lot of demanding but fascinating work results in a new look at an old terrain. Sixteen people-one sponsor, one editor, eight associate editors, and five assistants -amass ideas and physical properties to paint a colorful portrait of the passage of a yearis time. Yearbook Work becomes an al1-encom- passing hobby, and the YUCCA office be- comes home to the staff. The work is not in vain, however, for the staff members are able to see the achievement of their efforts, to look at what they visualized '62-'63 to be like at NTSU. Mrs. Eva joy Sampley Sponsor A X -Nw X S, Q XX A Wy ,, w x:, . w xx. N XQSYYFN1 X- , ,, -1 f -X Ly x gf Q55 Xp, H75 X ,X X? 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X 'f is 5-N, 'L xx ' :Yrs , A C X S -nul:a,.u.,,-..1., 1 X X X ' A I X -x 56 QS i 1 Z 1 I l l E Q, , i it l ll l ntl!-iii l ake the school and tell the students lntornnng students on the inany phases of campus activity, spotlighting interesting personalities, reporting unusual happen- ings and reviewing world news fill the hours of the Campus Chat staff. The paper presents both controversial and factual sides of stories for readers to form their own opinions. The hard work of Chat staffers using reams of paper, boxes of carbon and hundreds of pencils has been recognized by 59 All-American ratings and 4 Pace- rnakers given by the Associated Collegiate Press. The Chat is sponsored by Robert L. Stanley, former assistant city editor of the Dallas Times Herald. l Phil Vinson A Fall and Spring News Editor sa . A A S 0 - --f enum' ,, 3 ii ,J rw -me-its at a--s -if .p ,rdf M ,.-,W,.i,.-I an f v . if sv' . ,, . , , . e n 50 u ff Tl' f,,w"0 fd" Q-ini of, . , 8 215 aid' ar" L J 1 ' al' U mp If K cf 5 Bob Veteto Fall Editor Carl Leatherwood Fall News Editor and Spring Editor Robert L. Stanley Sponsor 1- .Q' R N I , t Bob C016 Fall Sports Editor and Spring News Editor l l A i l i E I l 1 n a Vicki Brandenberger i Fall and Spring Editorials Editor i 1 , , I QL ips 1 . s f Larry Phillips EDITORIALS Board members are Nancy Keil, Josie Cantu, Karl Prohl and Kay Lanier. i Q 1 E Q l l ,gi X f A ' ii V, L ix war 1 . X K l ' 'ENN V . Ji I wg Bob Chauncey Bob Dennard Ron Sloan Fall and Spring Circulation Manager Fall and Spring Cartoonist Fall and Spring Business Manager 1 1 fl 5 I Steve Brown Bob Lovelace Fall Sports Assistant Spring Sports Assistant L. 1,4 Diane Ramsey Spring Amusements-Activities Editor N YU? David Dunnigan Spring Sports Editor ww ss- 1 r Modern trend affects campus magazine Through the publication of the Avesta each fall and spring North Texas students are able to display their creative talents in literature. Each semester prize money is awarded to outstanding compositions in the fields of fiction and non-fiction stories, poetry and essays. These works are judged prior to publication by professors at other schools or by the sponsor and editor. In this year's Avesta the theme of modernism is carried out not only through its stories, but also in the art Work placed throughout the pages. The Avesta campus magazine holds membership in the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Josie Cantu Assistant Edt 1 or xii Bob Dennard All llalflfol' E 'm lm 'QS 'Fm Ein 'im kd ilu 'uf Wah had II7 DR. W. H. GLAZE adjusts controls on a machine used to study properties of compounds bound to metal atoms. DR. DAVID REDDEN checks the readings on the decom- pression chamber he is using in a research project. Researchers consider I 'Sf Through annual faculty grants and private donations, the in- vestigative activities of dozens of faculty members are stimu- lated. Their hours of research disclose new facts which aid in thecontinual progress of our society. The following list furnishes the names of the researchers, the 1 nature of their work and the donor of the grant. BIOLOGY DR. RUSSELL V. BROWN, to discover the role of genetics in inheritance in animals and plants, faculty grant. DR. IAMES R.. LOTT, to determine the effects of x-irradiation on the nervous system and the output of stress hormones from the adrenal cortex, Atomic Energy Commission and Na- tional Science Foundation. DR. DAVID R. REDDEN, to understand the effects of the vacuum of space on the heartand blood vessels, faculty grant. DR. ARCHIBALD W. ROACH, to study the ecology of marine actinomycetes in Texas Gulf Coast substrates, to study the taxonomic phytoserologic relationships of actinomycetes, National Institutes of Health. DR. VERNON E. SCHOLES, to study phosphorus metabolism in normal, potentially malignant, and malignant tissue, faculty grant and U. S. Public Health Service. DR. HAROLD E. SCHLICHTIN G, to study viable species of algae and protozoa in the atmosphere, National Institutes of Health. DR. EDGAR A. SCHLUETER, to study host-parasite relation- ships to explain the biochemical alterations in the blood serum of infected animals, faculty grant. DR. f. K. G. SILVEY, to study micro-organisms associated with streams, reservoirs and lakes as to economic importance, Na- tional Institutes of Health. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DR. IAMES L. LATHAM, to determine the possibility of the utilization of the Kahn test of Symbol Arrangement in busi- ness and industry, faculty grant. DR. ROWE M. MEADOR, to determine the shifts in sales volumes of general merchandise stores from central business districts to districts outside these areas, faculty grant. DR. STANLEY ALLEN SELF, to measure personal income in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area to provide business managers with basic data for long-range planning, faculty grant. CHEMISTRY DR. BURL E. BRYANT, to attempt asymmetric syntheses of coordination compounds, to study reaction of bromine with metal ammine complexes, faculty grant. DR. BRYANT and DRISCHLICHTING, to study the stereo- chemistry of co-ordination compounds, National Institutes of Health. DR. IVILLIAM T. BRADY, to synthesize or to prepare new and novel polymers applicable to the plastics industry, faculty grant. IDR, risms schfll pr, Pfof tion. DK. Prog gIOI DR. mole facu DK orga IHCU C011 DR. empl Okla DR. fund mocl DR. econ gm DR. . 2824 DR. after mhif DR. of df faml DR. tif um. DR. I-'Ng Puls: htm DR. H bi? Ns: 1 DR. ta UR Stew ,K Ik A KT. 's ig X 'N :bi 'N 'i 3 . vn in -4. THE iXi miriie gmt F Q01 ml? EG 'ii mf serum iwih eg M if 315 buii' 5115 isiuCS5 3501115 s With auf with terdy ICS Ol :flew ,will scientific theories DR. IAMES L. CARRI CO, to study kinetics and mechan- isms involving olefinic hydrocarbons in electrodeless dis- charges, faculty grant and National Science Foundation. DR. R. B. ESCUE, to study the structures and electrical properties of molten materials, Robert A. Welch Founda- l'101'1. DR. W. H. GLAZE, to study the physical and chemical properties in the synthesis of compounds involving organic groups bound to metal atoms, faculty grant. DR. f. f. SPURLOCK, to study the relationship between molecular structure and absorption of infrared radiation, faculty grant. DR. PRICE TRUITT, to synthesize and study various organic compounds to find anti-tumor agents and anti- metabolites, U. S. Public Health Service, Parke-Davis Company, faculty grant. ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY DR. SAM B. BARTON, to study "labor consultants" and employee anti-unionization expenditures in the Texas- Oklahoma region, faculty grant. DR. LEONARD G. BENSON, to discover more about the functions of ideologies as bases for purposive activity in modern nations, faculty grant. DR. KENDALL P. COCHRAN, to study and evaluate economics as taught in public schools in Texas, faculty grant. DR. H. I. FRIEDSAM, to study admissions to homes for the aged, Social Security Administration. EDUCATION DR. ROBERT CLARK ADEN, to study personality char- acteristics of student teachers in the various secondary subject matter areas, faculty grant. DR. IOHN PLUNKETT, to determine the effectiveness of closed circuit television for training elementary teachers, faculty grant. DR. BOB B. WINBORN, to modify a psychotherapeutic technique known as "guided daydream" to use in voca- tional counseling, faculty grant. ENGLISH DR. IAMES DAVIDSON, to assess the writings of D.H. Lawrence and demonstrate how his various religious im- pulses fit into the pattern delineated in "The Man Who Loved Islands", faculty grant. DR. WALTER LAZENBY and IAMES LEE, to compile a bibliography of criticism of 20th century British novel- ists, faculty grant. DR. GEORGE D. HENDRICKS, to collect, classify, cate- gorize and file 20,000 cards containing superstitious and popular beliefs in Texas, faculty grant. DR. HOIV ARD C. KEY, to list explanations of short stories for use by faculty and students, faculty grant. MERRILL ELLIS tests his ideas and techniques applicable to operatic compositions before putting them on paper. GOVERNMENT DR. CHESTER A. NE WLAND, to study trends in public employee unionization in the United States, faculty' grant. HISTORY DR. KEITH EUBANK, to write a book on the history of the Summit Conference, 1919-1960, faculty grant. DR. IRBY C. NICHOLS, to study post-Napoleonic diplo- macy in order to revise traditional interpretations, faculty grant. HOME ECONOMICS DR. FLORENCE I. SCOULAR, to study nutrients of self- selected diets consumed by young college women together with the absorption and utilization of these nutrients, fac- ulty grant. MUSIC MERRILL ELLIS, to test ideas concerned with the tech- nique of composition and with form and vocal devices as they apply to opera, faculty grant. DR. GEORGE MOREY, to study a repertoire for wood- wind and stringed instruments, faculty grant. PHYSICS DR. IASON ELLIS, to study the electrical properties of insulators and semiconductors with emphasis on quartz crystals, faculty grant. DR. f. R. SYBERT, to understand the process involved when electrons move through metals and semiconductors, raduate research fund g . PSYCHOLOGY DR. MERL E. BONNEY, to study the characteristics of normal college students, faculty grant. utstanding North Texans till collegiate E JUNE JOHNSON, elementary education major, from Lubbock, treasurer and president of SNEA, ISO, treasurer and parliamentarian of Green jackets, Kappa Delta Pi, junior Mary Arden, Senior Mary Arden, Alpha Lambda Delta, fresh- man and sophomore class secretaries. CAROLYN BAKER, business education major, senior from Silsbee, junior Mary Arden, Alpha Lambda Delta, vice-president and secretary of Pi Omega Pi, Phi Chi Theta, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Chi, Senior Mary Arden, Beta Gamma Sigma, Meritum, Phi Beta Lambda, Who's Who at North Texas. 214. Thirty-six outstanding North Texans have been selected to be entered in the col- legiate "blue book," Who's Who Among Stzzdenis in American Colleges and Uni- oerrifier. This coveted honor recognizes junior, senior, and graduate students who have demonstrated superior service, scholarship, and leadership. A student-faculty com- mittee, composed of appointed faculty members and USNT and Women's Forum officers, evaluates students nominated by the faculty. A point system is used to rate the nominees on the three qualities named above. Names of the students se- lected are then forwarded to national head- quarters to be included in the published book. u Each school is assigned a quota large enough to represent the student body and each department and yet small enough to include only select students. i RAY XVILLIAMSON, government major, senior from Brownwood, resident of USNT, president of BSU, president of llhlonsg Sigma Phi Epsilon, foot- ball, tennis, athletic scholarship. X ,QW W Q Nw Sy S . N4 xx w f W W7' bis, .,.....4... .MJ-Aa.-. - x f Wg . Z W 1 . ,S-fc K rio if 'S I , +- .-5. f 4 M, Nw S "xXx R lm Y -S ? eff J X X dx W W K ' 1 zxz 1 xx if ii, X NM. if-.1 Z' x x s . 'x 'x 3 Xa :fl lab ' THYLIS SASSANELLA, elementary education major, senior from Ft. Worth, secretary of Kappa Delta Pi, Meritum, ACE, SNEA, historian of senior Mary Arden, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chi, junior Mary Arden, Top Coed on Campus, Sophomore I-Ionor Guard. BARBARA BRASSEAUX, speech and drama major, junior from Houston, Alpha Lambda Delta, junior Mary Arden, Senior Mary Arden, Alpha Chi, Top Coed on Campus, treasurer of Women's Forum. r s. rag? N . . r A up ccM.,,j we-' f JUDY BEIBER, marketing major, senior from Green- ville, Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta, junior Mary Arden, Elections Board, Senator, treasurer of Meri- tum, Top Coed on Campus, Who's Who at North Texas. CARY LEWIS, piano major, junior from Harlingen, Phi Mu Alpha, Alpha Chi, Phi 1 , i 5 Eta Sigma, Blue Key, BSU, music scholarship, Outstanding Freshman Music major, Out- standing Sophomore Man, Theodore Presser Foundation Scholarship. GARY HUNT, accounting major, senior from Corpus Christi, treasurer and president of Phi Kappa Sigma, Blue Key, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda Pi, vice-president of Society for Advancement of Management: freshman music scholarship. ff' 'WMWMA A 'K is ,- fi PAT? iw QV ' L.. :S ' PATRICIA WOOTTEN, elementary education major, senior from Clarendon, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta, junior Mary Arden, Senior Mary Arden, Gamma Theta Upsilon, SNEA, ACE. BEN CASTILLO, government and business major, senior from Sonora, Pi Sigma Alpha, Elections Board, Young Democrats, ISO, Political-Economy Club, Newman Club. PEGGY CALLAWAY, education major, junior from Argyle, Pi Omega Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, NBEA. KENNETH FERSTL, music education and library service major, senior from ' Reedsbury, Wisconsin, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Sigma, Alpha Beta Alpha, SNEA, MENC, Music scholarship, Delegate to Kappa Delta Pi Convention. X wmv 40 5: nit... ROYCE E. LUMPKIN, music education major, junior from Kilgore, drum major of Marching Band, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Eta Sigmag Outstanding Sophomore Musician, Concert Band, Brass Choir. BILL O'BRIEN, physics major, senior from Pilot Point, Blue Key, Alpha Chi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, ISO, Phi Eta Sigma, president of Philosophy Club, teaching fellowship in Physics. f 2 3 ? t 1 5 1 3 Z 2 PRISCILLA BEADLE, marketing major, senior from Clarksville, Chi Omega, Marketing Club, junior Mary Arden, Alpha Lambda Deltag Alpha Chi, Beta Gamma Sigmag Meritumg Sophomore Honor Guardg vice-president of Sophomore Class. KATHLEEN GARDNER, history and English major, senior from Dallas president of Meritumg president of Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chi, Sigma Delta Pig Sophomore Honor Guard, Senior Mary Arden, SNEAQ Phi Alpha Theta. V X:----Hz, -J.-7 I ac H Kev' t 1-!.'t"E-'1' YS -S 1 4 .ig -s . X A . uw 1 X S 1 ,fl E M "-1. ,..,,.4 Q Q, rm' "" E W, 6' my , Mn "- 4 nw ag' X 1 N--QW, "ww, 'NN B. M 1 Www... 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X xx X -xi-r li: KAY CURRY, music major, senior from Crosbytoni president oI' Nu Phi Epsilon, Green jackets, liine Arts Committee, 150' Alpha Lniulnln Delta, junior lNI.u'y Arden, Psi Chi, Philosophy tilubg Music srliolusliipi --...aa g S Q YS: i I I I I l I X. X 5 , . 'X f : - M.-f 5. 1 j. I in ii Iii Ii E I Ii I I I I I i i ART Cc AW ii I I nw- i BETTY COPELAND, mathematics major, senior from Temple, treasurer of Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Chi 5 Senator, BSU, vice-presi- ARTHUR FRANCE, painting-drawing and French major, senior from Ft. Worth, dent of Kappa Mu Epsilon vice-president of Pi Delta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Philosophy Club, Ten Films' Art Award, Ten Films' Scholarship. FRANCES GEORGE, secondary education major, senior from Dallas, Alpha Delta Pi, Angel Flight, Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA. 1 iz, DAVID E. PENNINGTON, chemistry major, graduate student from Hearne, Blue Key, Alpha Chi Sigma, BSU. t t ff 5 1 l 31559 BOB CHAMBERS, English major, junior from I Denton, Senator, vice-president of Pi Kappa Delta, vice-president of Debate Club, ISO. LOUIS PONTHIEU, management major, graduate from Houston, president of SAM, treasurer of Graduate Class, vice-president of Phi Kappa Sigma, Blue Key, ISO, presi- dent of Newman Club, fellowship in business mathematics. jf ,J ,ra f 1 JAMES WEAVER, speech major, senior from Seagoville, president of Alpha Chi, president of Debate Club, president of Radio-Television Club, chairman Elections Board, ISO, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Delta, Who's Who at North Texas. LAURA LEGG, speech lH2ljOl', senior from Denison, president of WOlI1CI1'S 1ior11n1, president of Alplm LZIIUIMILI Delta, president of SNIIA, Delta G1111111111, Debate Club, TCOC, XY'l1o's XYI111 .1t North Texas, MCll'ilIll1lQ Scn11tor, Alpha Chi, ooal ho,s Who an Ni Donald Potts Kenneth Ferstl Brent Barron Rich 1 ' Adams Carolyn Baker Noe Flores Judy Beiher G- one ff W 12 11 4 8 i 11 - X fx y I 1 W I .wx an Q 1 Local Hilifiwi warg Wg i 1 A I 1 1 L Q I i l . l , 'I wh j -V 7 1' 1 I f MQ W! . M Q 21 l30 I I 1- N-l1."' Lu D1 KW XV cqwcr ghcs Alma Grace Reuther Linda, T, Cfhfcglglm Who Who 1 am Davld Bartholomew f my d Medlock Rogegt Carpenter 1 Laura Legg W 1 ta Ghvares Charlotte jackson Edited by Dick Beene -5-isene-.14 I T- l .. ,A . ,.M,fH.,n-2 wmv -f Y 1 fs f , 4-H + , . NN-.e I. , , ..,, SN was-Q. . tt.. 'K K. Q-SN: K K X 4:53 Q -gf- - NSF: 3: . X v-.2 -Q 1 fi 6 g Q, ,4 1 +, A l N! f "x Q 5 , x , , rl M WVWMMM 1 I , , . 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THE EARLY SEMESTER afternoon IS warm the subject the Music Recital Hall h IS graceful sketch prone lines md the artist and her friend ue h ippy Artists create . . . They bought reams of paper, grosses of pencils, dozens of erasers, and ambled daily across the Indian Summer campus. These were art students, many taking a college art course for the first time. Buildings were usually their. subjects, for their initial purpose was to grasp the idea of perspective and realistic form. As the seasons progressed from lonely autumn leaves to chilly winter winds to warm spring rains, the art students also progressed, improving their work with each new assignment. With educated interest the aspiring students ex- amined exhibits displaying the works of accomplished artists. There were Wilfred Higgins' paintings and collages, dominated by the theme of European arch- ways, Leo Lionni's display of graphic designs, stu- dent-created metal and clay sculptures, and many senior exhibitions. ' Finally, at the close of the spring semester, art in- structors ordered all of their undergraduate students to go fly a kite. This project was required for passing. IMAGINATIVE pottery in the display window of the ceramics lab reveals the talent to be found in the art department. c , -1 1 4 - 2 y , . I. , ' 1 L 4 1 n q . i 1 , ' 1 n . e A 934 --f - f V - A-f- 5- -M-----N--W.-.M---f...iN....A...-4.a-.....-rLf1e?:f--1i:f'-f -an-:fly 1-,,ga,,,:.l..ifa -.JA - . , A , ' V --rr ---------AW .,-fl'f" , , mgijgjjififf --gijfaqxrf--. ,-,-,LA-V a Y f- -- . . . , .. . 1 VR pil f affix be 7 afazvv My ,V K 1-"'Nw,' ' 4 o , 0 l l Q I U D is Q o CX :X EN Xxx sr xxx N as . . ny S , , 0 LEON PLEAGER'S ABSTRACT SCULPTURE FORCES STUDENTS TO PAUSE FOR A SECOND GLANCE CREATIVE kite builders anticipate brisk winds as they juggle Wood and paper in their basic design course. Each must successfully build and fly a kite in order to test his designing ability in relating form to function. 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J an Ai PRECISE sounds gratify johanos, who uses no baton because he feels he has "much more vital contact" without one. Slippers and tails provide entertainment Fine arts abounded in October and No- vember with the performances of the Na- tional Ballet of Canada and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. .Comedy and dream-like symbolism filled the Main Auditorium stage in Oc- tober when ballet was presented in the initial production of the Fine Arts series. The best-received number was "judg- ment of Paris," in which three awkward women, wearing high heels instead of dancing slippers, danced for the favor of their barroom customer. In November, two standing ovations for conductor Donald johanos and the Dallas Symphony displayed North Texas' ap- preciation of professional classical music. Using no baton, johanos held both mu- sician and listener under his dynamic con- trol with powerful sweeps of his arms and . COATTAILS md 1 loose shut cull ll ll 1 ohmos for its his li mtied SuClclCI1 WFISE ITIOVCITICINS. composure uid conduits xx ith smurc xolt um tnthusiism 1, S i DAVIS displays his mastery of transition by ranging his music trom hushed. gentle tones to raging, vibrant outbursts. OBLIVIOUS to the glaring footlights, Davis leans intently over the keys playing a soothing selection from Ravel. Clam pus h ails ex-student SMOKING a cigarette, Davis pauses a few moments to talk about his music-filled ears as an t ex-North Texan. Y A flourish of shovvmanship and a tre- mendous display of talent charmed and thrilled the audience at pianist Ivan Davis' concert on Oct. 24. Davis breathed heavily several times while waiting for just the right mood to settle in his hands. Then his fingers moved gracefully to the keys, and his body bent tensely over the piano. Many times he closed his eyes in concentration as he played moving music by Scarlatti and Schu- bertg his hands became flashing blurs when he played Schumann and Chopin. Davis was a 1952 honor graduate from the School of Music, and he studied in Europe on a Fulbright scholarship. Among his triumphs in Europe were those at the Busoni competition in Vercelli and those at Spolletto's Festival of Two Worlds in 1958. In 1960 Davis Won the first Franz Liszt Piano Competition. unsung ns ,wwwwwmwaiiaa v iv, .. Choir travels to north south in spring tours Chicago in March is wet, cold, overcast, windy. I Clouds hover over the Lake Michigan city much of the time, forcing the spring sunlight to find some other place to rest. The NTSU A Cappella Choir brightened up the city when it attended the Chicago convention of the Music Teachers National Association in March. The choir, directed for the 15th year by Frank Several of the composers whose works the group sang attended the sessiong each was asked to com- ment on the choir's presentation of his music. The choir, one of the few a cappella groups in the world to have recorded with a major company, toured While en route to and from Chicago, singing at colleges in Missouri and Illinois. John Haynie of the music faculty appeared on the programs as guest ll' if A S 7 McKinley, presented contemporary American choral music to a session of the American Music Committee. trumpet soloist. In April the choir traveled south to perform with the Corpus Christi Symphony. TI-IE MEMBERS OF THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR PosE WITH THEIR oiREcToR, FRANK Mt-KIN1,EY. I44 H ' W- . .L E-J,-d,.A.mw.wwnQane:ihg:g1g1 .1- ,...................-.....g.. 4' . ... A Y ,, , M, , - f n..,,-aw, H 1 1 E 1 I l I i ia 1: . . 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After playfully intimidating the women, he marched defiantly out, deserting them for an ocean voyage. Seventeenth-century France was the setting for "Cecile," a one-act comedy written by playwright jean Anouilh and di- rected by Hank Roberts. Presented in-the-round, the play disclosed the conflict be- tween a protective father and his beautiful daughter: the girl wanted to marry a young man disapproved of by her father. At the same time, the father was amorously interested in his daughter's young but unresponsive governess. After a scene garnished with fast repartee and a confusing rendezvous, the father agreed to his daughters romance and gleefully pranced away with the governess, who had finally decided that she loved him and that he truly loved her. 1 2 5 E 2 E 5. 2 1 1 1 e 4 2 1 74 fl is X 3. A 1 ll I lil Z. ff T . s sghss X THE FAMILY b r Dl -- - - - , Bcauchampp and TLC Cwitgeorglidlirdalglggsiilgfi 1'I2OlgVlft,fM1S5 TQ APPEAR as an. old woman, Miss Beauchamp needs a y er s. coil ol gray lmirg Miss jordan tixes the small bun in place. fl I. i , 5 146 w l l L fwfr, -Tum , ..... . A . ,. xX.X.x px-Qg .-xxk X X X Supper Theater fare TEN MINUTES before curtain, the girls can't make their bulky dresses fit well. A costumes man hastily assists. SLASHING the air with an imaginary saber, jon Pribble as the clapper Chevalier pretends he is a gallant sworclsman. CHEVALIER cannot resist THE GOVERNESS' father Qim Pettitj complicates the plot, order ing Chevalier to worry about his own problems for a change. kissing the governess Linclalu Montgomeryj, even though he claims to love Cecile QGay Smithj. f y S f I f Q YQ XX wiv' 39 R X E 5 5 5, EX Q Q X x. x X x x X Q x X X . Xi xx: X S X XX N9 x XS? , S XX X X E F E S S 5 A A X R S S 3 5 xx .T-vm f S W X r if layers prescribe dose of Comedy il A growling, almost-human relic of a car bounced along in the first act, exaggerated props, such as 2 a foot-long hypodermic needle, amused the playgoers l in the second act, and a tiny French elevator, in- Q habited by a funny, scene-stealing little old lady, operated smoothly and frequently in the third act. The play was jules Romains' "Dr, Knock," and its director was Carl Marder, a 1962 addition to the speech and drama faculty. Hank Roberts played the ingenious Dr. Knock, l i who made an entire town believe it was ill and ready for the sickbed. L Ed Sholty designed the unique sets, Dr. Robert l Black and his construction crew built them. E l I 1 CONVINCED by Dr. Knock that he is dangerously ill, Dr. Parpalaid l fBob Foardj nervously E allows himself to be l carried to bed PLUNGING a tongue depressor down the throat of a peasant - 1 I Uim Pettitj, Dr. Knock terrifies his free-loading patient. is 1 5 Q THE STAMMERING town crier stumbles down an aisle in the Main Auditorium to advertise Dr. Knock's free medical V E checkups. 3 f Ulf MARIANNE Gerding as the y ' wealthy Madgnne Pons nukes an :Q i old feminine trick-drop-tlio j y hunky eewotk with Hank Roberts is Dr Knock I u X XX XX XXX X , X M f If 4 ,f 1 if L5 .L1h1,j3,,. X hwy N .N K W-N. Q- ,wy 0 f X X N XM Neg XZ , , 75 Qs QD ii Q Qww HQX XX, 1 .S X' ,X f is X X i . I - ,Q X A Z 9 Z , X fx X5 W X KSN aa, ,WX if 0 4X 1 ,MX V XQSS ski Y W Fax' , 1 X 99 ' X l X 43 2 X X1 W 1 4 Q , ,Jw ' X -, ag, Qfgxggff 5 , X X .Xi 'EW xxkxv , s., ,, X 'H 'C 'f A .' X' X T sf ' 5 - - !5XSy-yJ?xQ 'A 1, NR, If VXXQW 5 ,XM 6 IQ, ' 1, ' X I . Q gi V iw ' LZY ff? 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It had premiered at North Texas in june. Adler conducted the orchestra. For the second presentation, the even- ing's tempo changed drastically to a rapid, sprightly beat as the lights rose on the clever "Rita," by Gaetano Donizetti. A Witty thrust at dictatorial wives and their downtrodden husbands, the comic- opera was staged in front of a brightly- painted European inn. Pianists Margaret Grubb and Ellan Smith accompanied the singers. Chorus group has A SEMICIRCLES of voices responds to conductor Donald johanos as he signals for low, muted tones from every member of the chorus. grand rehearsal It was Tuesday, Nov. 6, and time for the Grand Chorus' rehearsal. Any other week it would have been just a plain, ordinary Tuesday rehearsal. But not this time. This time the air was dramatic because Donald johanos, conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, was directing. Dressed casually, johanos evidenced the same acute interest in the Grand Chorus that he displayed toward his own orchestra when he conducted its 16th North Texas concert on Nov. 8. johanos was preparing the chorus for its appear- ance with the Dallas Symphony on Nov. 18 and 19. The concerts, which were the Grand Chorus' 36th and 37th performances with the orchestra, were held in'McFarlin Auditorium at Southern Methodist Uni- versity. The Grand Chorus' efforts were praised by John Rosenfield, veteran amusements critic for the Dallas Morning N ewr, who commented, "The best thing that happened to choral singing in the Southwest was started by North Texas State University which sustains the standard." Miss Margaret Kalil, resident soprano at North Texas, was a soloist at the concert. "Elegy for Strings," by Samuel Adler, also of the music faculty, wasdedicated to Mrs. Marjorie Fulton Harrell, NTSU resident violinist who died Nov. 3 of injuries resulting from a car collision Oct. 28. INSPIRATION STRIKES THE SINGERS AS Joi-rANos' DIRECTIONS coNvEY Hrs owN FEELING. I56 s....g1' -V A -- ,V-V -. . . . Y , , I : u ' - -'H' mf --'--.1 11- ,a-..J.4-.4au.4......yi' -5 f-. - - - - i - - K X 9 Q Q X xx Q 2 2 XX X Q 3 S XS X S xx xx E aa X X Q Q V - X wvw 1 9 , , . X! X fy-'NNW ff3,'.gw1S- X- A ,, 'Q , , '3 21" N A , ,ff Y , . Av. fm .- , 'gi X we-vi ., A 5' W I M 4+ is M ww W: A , V f 1 awk Q' yy, fy f 5 K X y, f 1 - K S 4 EQ M W . ,J V.L,gp i M x ,,.W u, JZ Y ,5 . 04,5 , ,ff MW 6+ 1, Q , 5 1.4 , " ff: . ff, . X 1 WS,31:2x,,-WZW 51+ Z My N , Q' iv mf-SA-Nw X 7 - ,. V. 13,15 Mu 5 jfggpy wk ifQ,?ZX3?7Af , xx f x X f x - , Q ,, sw, 5 X , x i X 0 X M ' lx L I ' gy .4 N4 Q . it W' e V2 1 v .N 2 :O K K , I -- 1' wx: u I f I i x A, Greatest actress roves h r title f CC 99 P e ' IT TAKES an hour to strike the set and take down the .special lights. Talons and Dame judith's crew members work together to speed up the job. A "very British" accent and a very pro- fessional performance from Dame Judith Anderson in February proved to any skep- tical playgoers that the Australian-born Thespian well-deserves the title of "the world's greatest living actress." Miss Anderson, with three supporting players, portrayed two of the theatrical world's most tragic figures in cuttings from "Macbeth" and "Medea." As Lady Macbeth, Miss Anderson was conniving and ambitious. Her characteri- zation in the classic sleep-walking scene particularly displayed the talent that won her an Emmy award for the television role in 1961. Her performance in the updated version of Euripides' "Medea" showed vividly the exiled queen's passion for revenge on her unfaithful husband. The late California poet Robinson Jeffers reworked the Greek tragedy especially for Miss Anderson. Titled by Queen Elizabeth II, Miss An- derson is ranked almost unanimously by critics as one of the greatest actresses of all time. DAME JUDITI-I ANDERSON as the passionate Medea implores the barbaric gods of her youth to i A assist her in taking vengeance on the jason who has proved unworthy of her love. There is no rest for the music major Zaw- fr saw i nf , 'if f is gif,-,NA sizso gs, sf his w X ICU FACULTY PIANIST Larry Walz captures the audiences imagination with the simple melodies and echoing refrains of "Variations on a Polish Folk Song." AN OPEN WINDOW practice room of the solitary drummer as he practices late into the warm spring night. 4 lJAl,l.AfS SYMPHONY violinist fit-orgc 'l'l'illllWCll1 directs NTSII sliiilt-mg m ei lliiffff flziy niiisir coiivciilioii lor whim-li llc' lmtl lo lCAlI'll S5 tlillciviil scorcs. Music Building frames a in The campus is quiet and still and humid. A coed walks past the pond, finished with classes until tomorrow morning. Passing by the older part of the Music Building, she pauses to listen to the crash of cymbals and the steady clatter of a lonely drummers sticks. She begins her trip to the dormitory again, impressed by the isolated student and his music. The girl thinks of five New York boys she met who came all the way to North Texas just to enroll in the music department. She recalls having en- joyed the performances of the Brass Choir, the University Symphony, resident Violin- ist Mrs. Marjorie Fulton Harrell, and the numberless student recitals. A little breeze teases her hair, and a warning drop of rain tickles her cheek. She runs the rest of the way to the dormi- tory, reaching it just before the spring air fills with water. As she opens the door she remembers her unseen friend, the drummer, and she smiles secretly when someone asks her where she has been . . . ls Xi Ak K l :XIMITIW Niolimsi Alaiioiic lxviioi' iiri on Nm. 1, six dns .liiyi 1 ii ,im ' Q N Q ? Q AX :X .1 xx 5 'X N XX x X x 5 R X 8 Q 1 ,aff y ,nh W Q JV?-A xr af . 5 1 Q v X A59 -' V fx Q M Q, X , rt, ,N K ,f M NSY-N: Q wx as . X X 4 0 x .. xx . X, f X if . 3. Sb ' K f . . 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S X N X X X N X 4 x n u X N Q XXX X X N we R K Q X .i 5 Q X x . fx -xy 3 SK Sis S kwfx- X Mm Fw ii X N G' A S i XXX e x X S x - X x x x Saw' ,S 'Na or as - os se 4 LA f09'1 ovem ev, 4962. 'Nair Q 6, ' . W If P Q, i5h s':2F' is Edited by Bettye Usher l65 I Campus Honoraries -Q Lecture concentrates on historical South ALPHA Chi holds a rush party for prospective new members with top scholastic records. The honor organization accepted only 38 fall pledges. Sixty-three members of Alpha Chi have the distinction of being in the top five per cent of the junior, senior and graduate class. This promotion of scholarship and character is the primary purpose of the or- ganization, which is a member of the Na- tional Association of College Honor So- cieties. Picnics, business meetings and informa- tive lectures add to the cultural and social growth of the members. Included in the 1962-63 agenda have been such varied ac- tivities as a revealing lecture concerning American civilization and culture and a historical review of the American South. In addition, Alpha Chi annually awards the Myrtle C. Brown Scholarship to an out- standing sophomore. BOTTOM ROW: Gillamg Leflerg I-Iamiltong DuBoseg Kuehn. SECOND ROXV: M't'l ll- P 01' . , , . , . . , ROW: Joyceg Grovcsg Christiang McDonaldg Brasscauxg Cookg Littlefieldg Reese. Tglllcltbyyfi Eilit-fixclqc-Dfgfflif Balboa B05 di THIRD it A or m,,,,.......Z in lir- INS 1 mf 4 H . lui nt. s N E CE- 5 ':. 7. 49 ,L BOTTOM ROW: Rohlfingi Bakerg Clarkg Thomasg Douglasg Willhoite. SECOND ROW Crow Daniel Legg George Copeland Durham Gardnerg Niemeierg Dobkinsg Alexander. THIRD ROW: Sims, treasurer and recording secretary Berber Wootten Weaver president TOP ROW: Chapman, vice-presidentg Adamsg Laughter. VIGNETTES of American civilization and culture are revealed by Professor Theodore Hornberger of the University of Pennsylvania. PRESIDENT Jim Weaver membership certificates in presents new pledges of Alpha Chi with one of the regularly scheduled meetings. , 1... g . -. .,-. Coeds lead with grades Organized in 1953, the North Texas Chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta invites freshmen and sophomore Women with an overall average of 2.5 to accept member- ship. Superior scholastic attainment, intelli- gent living and high standard of learn- ing are the goals of each coed. An informal party with members of Phi Eta Sigma and a Christmas Party were held at the home of Miss Ruth Priddy, sponsor. In November President Konnie Boeger showed her slides made in Europe and in February jeff Crossland, president of Phi Eta Sigma, proposed to the club the idea of tutoring freshman students. PHI Eta Sigma President jeff Crossland encourages their sister organization to help in the constructive program of a freshman tutoring service. BOTTOM ROW: Gossg Hendricksg Ratliffg Turner, secrctaryg Etheridgcg Lamking Griffith: Spock, MIDDLE RQXYI: pnrkm.. Howwd. Thompsong Avcryg Grayg Perkinsg Edwardsg Smithg Wz1lte1's. TOP ROW: Burkett, Lindscyg Autryg Swcnsong Bocgpf P1-Qsidmff Rcmlghmf Wilburg Pattcrsong Catheyg Davis. ,p use 1- 4 BOTTOM ROW: Gilillandg Huntg Brooksg Lewisg Irving, secretary-treasurerg Martin. TOP ROW: Prohl, vice-presidentg Naylorg Frank- ling Hopper, secretaryg Porter, presidentg O'Brieng Bruhl. Activity symbolizes Blue Keyers "Serving as I Live" is the Blue Key motto. And serve they do: all members must be active in at least two campus organizations and hold office in one. Membership petitions require junior or senior standing with a 2.0 average. To encourage leadership and scholar- ship, Blue Key annually awards a scholar- ship to an outstanding sophomore boy. Cary Lewis received this award last Honors Day. Collecting Thanksgiving baskets for a needy family is also a serv- ice project. C. E. Shuford, director of the journalism department, was speaker at one of the monthly meetingsg his timely topic: the Cuban Situation. Delegates attended the national conven- tion at Kansas City in December. ONE member at least seems to think the program is rather amusing as Blue Key representatives relax at an informal gathering. Meritum recognizes scholars Membership in Meritum is one of the highest honors a university woman can receive. The annual Calling Out, held in May, recognizes junior girls who have a 2.5 average and who have rendered superior service and leadership. The purposes of the organization are to recognize and encourage leadership and scholarship, to provide for cooperation among societies and to promote loyalty, service and fellowship among university Women. These girls aid in the Denton TB Drive, give a party for the Cumberland Orphans' Home and sponsor the Big Wheel Dance. DEAN Imogene Bentley Dickey warmly clasps the hand of Meritum member Judy Beiber, as she leaves the meeting. '.?. . ,WV k '5-v BOTTOM RQW: Clarkg Keil,' publicityg Sassanellag Stranalmn, liistorinng Ctinnlner, president, TOP ROXYD flupnmn' mffegppmling serretaryg Berber, lsreasurerg SIITISQ Leggg Hughesg Bending Adams,vicc'-prvsiilent, X BOTTOM ROW: McElroyg Kotch, treasurerg Grossg Bartong Railsbackg Gradyg Killingsworthg Gilbert. TOP ROW: Wilsong Kimberling, secretaryg Crossland, presidentg Conleeg Whiteg Edwards, vice-presidentg Sheppard. ' Honoraries join efforts in activities Phi Eta Sigma emphasizes scholarship in purpose and action. The sophomore member of the club having the highest grade point average is spotlighted on Honors Day by this na- tional honorary society for freshmen. In addition, the group provides a tutoring service for underclassmen. Spring pledges, who must have a 2.5 grade point average their first semester at NTSU, were honored at a smoker given by the old members. An informal get- together with sister organization Alpha Lambda Delta and a formal initiation ban- quet were also included in Phi Eta Sigma's social year. Dr. K. P. Cochran and Dr. L G. Ben- son are sponsors of the honor society. "THE main thing this organization needs is more parties and less study," jests Bill O'Brien to the honor society. , -M K- -Abq - ,,,:,,,,,,kit BOTTOM ROXV Ottman Splmn Males Sharp Kjer advisor Reinle Hampleman advisor. TOP ROW: Rhoteng Brumbelow, vice- ' 9 ACE gives children s books "Christmas Around the World" was the theme for the Association for Childhood Education's holiday party. Three guest speakers and carolling highlighted the evening for 150 members. An organization for elementary educa- tion majors, ACE strives to impart group communication of knowledge which will benefit every future teacher. "My Favorite Teacher," aptly described by a panel of children, is typical of the constructive programs presented by ACE. Other projects include contributions to the Children's Book Fund at the Denton County Library, and the ACE Childhood Education Center in Washington, D.C. , . .- - ..........-.....-...M-Q..qu..i..t Q Designers take field trips To acquaint the members with the pro- fessional practice in their field, the Stu- dent Association of Interior Designers made numerous field trips to places such as the Frank Guse Studio in Fort Wortli, the Decorative Center in Dallas, and the First National Bank in Fort Wforth. SAID also participated in a Student Forum pre- sented by the American Institute of Interior Designers. ln the spring they sponsored a coffee and an exhibition of the work of advanced students. Some of the regular meetings were open to the public so that everyone could benefit from the outstanding speak- ers presented by the group. DAVID Fisher aids Clampitt Paper Co. representative Wayne Douglas in setting up a projector to show movies to SAID. BQTTQM RQXYL Polgong Tifilihitev tregisurerg Greerg Harveyg Doergeg Turrentineg Richardsong Gough, sponsorg Brown, president. TOP ROXW: Everettg Farmcrg 'faiilcsor' 'errellg Cullari CLIIYS YHI1CCy, vice-ivwdsnta .. Ti H I af : A ,fl .Rig .G ' A Q ,LA In x'W , 1 .. -' rg 'L .iT'f- y T ' 51.1 ., ' 1 4 , . .Q-,.,: . X-W, if l ,i W W , A-, . . Aa,L,,,,,. -. .a:L.-,'f,:::...Q. rua. 1.-Fra-5-:a:: . -'-iwn W1 i ,, ., , . . . , .C-1. .,,... ..-qraunnngulucts 1 V V v' , . W- . ' x ti W l i I , F l i l W9 il- , Q I , we . . 1 4 ,5'ASg"Q"'-fx fag. Y 9 .QS JS l5O'I'I'OM ROW: llollow,iyg .-Xlakgootlg Grant, secretary: lrlegarg Boydg Wfooters. MIDDLE ROW: Ellisong Westheiinerg Harclieg Howarclg Schoolc-rg Yealuerg liasst-ug Beyc-neg Youngg flnderson. TOP ROXV: Ponthieug Powersg Danforthg Gustavus, vice-presidentg Boswellg Mooreg Stratlerg Cloreg Hunt, second xitc-presitlc-nt. M sponsors conference i The Society' for the Advancement of Management, whose goal is the develop- ment of human resources. sponsored the first annual NTSU purchasing conference. "Young people today are better edu- cated in acquired know-how in specialized job areas than ever before." praised the main speaker. XY'illiam C. Yfatt. President of the National Association of Purchasing Agents. More than 20 purchasing agents from Dallas. Fort Worth and Oklahoma City attended the morning conference. which was followed by a luncheon at the Marquis Hall Crystal Room. XVILLIAM C. WATT, president of ' NAPA, warned members against loafing and "becoming free riders once you have joined an organization." xlx BOTTOM ROW: Hall: Gr.1h.1mg ZlllNl1C.'fINLlll1 Davis: Ellisg Ahrens. MIDDLE ROW: Pointerg Callisong Crumptong Sorensong Alleng Taylorg Kestner. TOP ROXV: Benninglield: Smith: Mclntushg Wfatkinsg Lamking Manningg Brown. rl!- U GRADUATING seniors are honored each year at a tea in the Home Management I-louse. Only the best etiquette is admissable. MEMBERS relax before the meeting begins in the Social Fundamentals room of the Home Economics Building. l COMING to order, the executive council of Ellen I-I Richards gets ready to plan important events. WELCOME to the Home Management House and the Senior Silver Serv- ice Tea. "May I take your coat ?" asks the gracious hostess. A4313 BOTTOM ROW: McMichaelg Wilsong Essaryg I-Ioliciayg Fordg Turner. MIDDLE -ROW: Couchg.Crowg Eblieng Browng Herrong Houstong I-Iorneg Pruittg Barnesg Tomplsinsg Welgamottg Wfilsong Wiitsoiu. TOP ROW: Maur1tzengBandygE1tzhughgP1erce. I77 ix it R Physicists see planetarium Stellar evolution and log-periodic an- tennas were topics for two programs on the American Institute of Physics agenda for the year. Members traveled to Fort Worth to the Noble Memorial Planetarium for the dis- cussion on stellar evolution. Dr. R. L. Carrell, Director of Antenna Research at Collins Radio, spoke to AIP on the facets of log-periodic antennas. AIP, whose aim is to encourage study and research in physics, helped with the Collegiate Science Research Conferences tours for junior college students and at- tended the national meeting in Houston. YOUNG PI-IYSICISTS never are bored with keeping up with their subject as they attend lectures with a desire to learn. e , . -.".1--:wail S Q . 1 9 fn. - A .11:g:i. ' BOTTOM ROW Yarbrough Daniel president Russel secretary Fin he M ll k f Pl'l MID - - ' . ' sponsor White Crisvsell Butts Neva ell treasurer TOP ROW Lainbr R1ShenC2Eseyg1W.allerg lX?Cgi1Tdc13rS?WPoc?ibegallxaiIg1htiiiiT ........,. .. . . .. ,.., Y .. BOTTOM ROW: Fisher, president, Dennardg Schultz, publicity chairman. MIDDLE ROW: Reeves, Houston, vice-'presidentg Bryantg Knott, Fuchs, sponsor. TOP ROW: Amackerg Bandyg Dickerson, secretary-treasurerg Morris. Commercial artists form club One of the newest NTSU clubs, the Student Association of Advertising De- ' signers, was organized in February, 1962, under the leadership of senior students. The underlying purpose of SAAD is to stimulate, to inform and to serve its members in a beneficial capacity in the general field of advertising. The members improve themselves technically in anticipa- tion of their future profession. : Field trips and informative speakers help art students keep abreast of changes l in the advertising field. t Abiglnutstllalt-IHYOL? . , , CHP LIYCS C il. Cfl lO1'l O Dr. Ronald Williams and Rudolph members who are Studying Fuchs are the faculty sponsors for SAAD. SfUClCHf exhibitions- a I79 T boasts large marketing club XVith a membership of 225, the Market- ing Club stands as the largest collegiate chapter of the American Marketing As- sociation in the United States. In cooperation with the Dallas Sales Executive Club, this club sponsors an annual Marketing Conference in March. During November marketing students toured the General Motors Plant at Ar- lington and the Trade Mart in Dallas. In October, members heard a discussion of the organization of the Medallion Store in Dallas from its president, Harry Lawen- thall. The Outstanding Marketing Student Award is presented on Honors Day. BOTTOM ROW: Abernathyg Parker, Smith Bruyere Gilbert' Smotherman Eggleston Kinser MIDDLE ROW Kramolis Bailey MCIHf1fCQNlCOlQ Kimballg Taulmang Harrison sponsor Gore Dans Smith Holloway president T019 RQW Hazard Hood Bonner Bushnell 5 Webb, vice-president. 3 iso kg c R Q BOTTOM ROW: Harrisg Beadle, secretaryg Kayg Hegarg Reedg Meador, sponsorg Beiber, membership vice-presidentg Maloneg Johnson MIDDLE ROW: Pettitg Kelleyg Fikeg Brackeng Andersong Monkg Garrisong Hauck. TOP ROW: Adamsg Dickinsong Crouchg Marx, Penninger, treasurerg Cox, sponsor. SPONSORSHIP of many speakers and conventions is just one method the School of Business uses in keeping students and faculty abreast of innovations in marketing. CONFERRING WITH sponsor Drf Rowe Meador, marketing students interrupt his office hours with a pressing club problem. BOTTOM ROXY7 Tester Hamilton Chedester Fore Newland sponsor Tunnell Steele, presidentg Morris, secretary. TOP ROW: Bar- Chaneery Club presents varied programs In an effort to reach as many students as possible and to promote their interest in and knowledge and understanding of government, the Chancery Club presents a variety of programs at its bi-monthly meetings. Programs range from debates and panel discussions to films and indivi- dual speakers. In this manner the club attempts to cover as many phases of gov- ernment as possible. Each fall and spring a banquet is held for all members. The big event on this organizations activity calendar is the Na- tional Chancery Club Convention which meets in February. Drs john Bradley and H. W. Kamp were among the five government faculty members to take part in a panel discussion on the roles in government. MENC deoorates Music Hall Twenty-eight members compose the NTSU chapter of Music Educators Na- tional Conference, which offers informa- tion about the profession of music educa- tion and develops a bond among future music teachers attending North Texas. The club heard Professor Floyd Graham of the music faculty speak on public rela- tions in music and Miss Evelyn Mess- more, an alumna of MENC, on the national convention. As one of their major projects, the members made simple rhythm instruments for the children at the Denton State School. At Christmas MENC decorated the Music Hall with two large trees and gave a party for the children at the Denton State School. MUSIC education majors . 8 P u P with bulletin boards as they put their creative talents I ! E l I i 1 et ractical ex erience to Work. it EMA ? if I 7 I if 7 4 Z . ,,,., 7 Q " "1 5 f X X NX XX s x X X, X ls X X S N X N X xXX X X X X . X 5. ,hxfalss t X sxsnwxxxqsammwwwxi K , r X S X K XX BOTTOM ROW: Boyle, vice-presidentg Edgarg I-lindsg Cigainerog Cupp, publicity Cl1f1ifIUf1U- TOP ROW1 Laughter? Travis? Smith Ward, presidentg Montgomeryg Russelcg Petersong Neumann. IA members construct Pa eant scenery Industrial Arts Club members exhibited their woodworking skill in constructing the stable and manger for the USNT's Christmas Pageant. The club also repaired toys for the Denton County Day Nursery, Social as well as constructive activities were prominent: a Lake Dallas Wiener roast, an Initiation Stag Party for pledges, a semi-formal dance in Dallas and the an- nual Spring banquet. Three fascinating field trips instructed the group in the composition of liquid oxygen and nitrogen, details of decorative glass cutting and techniques of heli-arc welding. CLUB MEMBERS get a bang out of aiding in the USNT Christmas pageant project by building the manger. BOTTOM ROXYZ Runs Shock Hinnant president Akers Brooks MIDDLE ROXW: Stewartg Chaneyg Brown. TOP ROXV: Collanderg Dolffener Gaston Mcwliorter I-Ifinsen treisurer Dans ustus McCaftree pledge captaingCrutchfield. Y , .W ,,., . I ...aff TM. ,ig --ififl?-1 .'1'!I'LfM"'f " - x Top debaters present local club programs Through membership in the Debate Club students gain valuable experience in debate and forensics. This club sponsors the Debate of the Month in an attempt to acquaint students with current topics of interest and to exhibit the top quality of debaters the Speech Department produces. Local service clubs frequently request NT debaters for their programs. The Debate Club co-sponsors the Den- ton Sweepstakes Tournament with Den- ton High School. The 52 members make 12 to 15 out-of-town trips to participate in tournaments, which they frequently leave bearing the sweepstakes honors. BOYD ARMSTRONG makes an emphatic point as he takes part in a Debate of the Month sponsored by the Debate Club. 115.4 la BOTTOM ROW Baum Weaxer president Wilkinson Kotch MIDDLE ROW! DeMougeot, sponsorg Fargarsong Swaney, chancellor Duff Mronzinski Goss secretary Butts historian TOP ROW Tuck White McCallg Chapmang Prindleg Barrowg Iohnsong Legg """1-v-.., 1 BOTTOM ROW: Millerg Shuford, sponsorg Brandenbergerg Goodmong Richman Evans Prohl TOP ROW Leatherwood Hrett Hobbsg Sloang Booneg Coleg Dunigang Brown, presidentg Moreg Beeneg Phillips Womack Caldwell Axtell Brown Cantu Deever Spray. MIDDLE ROW: Drakeg Vossg Beardeng Rentzg Atkinsg Ramseyg Vinson vice president Veteto Shuford treasurer Malnassy Deang Tatum, secretaryg Williams. Dallas Press Club awards 15 scholarships Fifteen members of the Press Club were presented scholarships by the Dallas Press Club in November. These journalism stu- dents were recognized for their outstand- ing work and contributions to journalism at North Texas. Don McDowell, a North Texas grad- uate now a reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, spoke to the club on what to expect as a beginning reporter. In co- operation with Sigma Delta Chi and Theta Sigma Phi, the Press Club sponsored john Davenport of WFAA-TV in Dallas, who told some of the interesting facets he had discovered in television news cov- erage. Taking a break from the routine of meeting that deadline, press club members enjoy a party at the clubhouse. ducation students view future careers r F Q "Being a teacher is a sacred trust, Being a teacher is for all of us." The opening lines of the Student Na- tional Education Association's song point toward the professional awareness evinced by tomorrow's teachers. A student speech contest related to the theme of "A New Outlook on Student Teaching" highlighted the 550-member club's activity-filled year. Included in the programs were topics such as "The Spirit of Teachingj' "Toward Tomorrow's Teaching" and "Honoring Our Profession." A Christmas party, an April banquet and an Installation Picnic reflect the close kinship felt by the organization. SPONSORS and student dele- gates board bus and take to the road toward the SNEA State Convention in Ft Worth. BOTTOM ROW Housewright Bowman vice president Cottingame Kennedy Hegarg Kotchg Gordyg King, treasurerg johnson president Legg lst vice president Hurt secretary Sharp 3rd vice president TOP ROW: Friedlanderg Townsendg McDonaldg Cathey 'W"' .s-. P cert R 'nf .mt fx 'Q " T. N 'thi x 5 T ici-fi l BOTTOM ROW: Whiteg Erwing Chedesterg Wilsong Bozemang jonesg Morrisong Payneg Coving Millerg Shippg Vossg Marshallg Rirmseyg Parker. TOP ROW: Dannheimg Alexanderg Houseg Varleyg Burrg McCallgTay1org Shepelwich. INTERESTED members listen attentively to one of the stimulat ing programs presented to SNEA by guest speakers. 1 A PRESIDENT june johnson directs the business meeting of the . O, 5 student educators, following her S S S K eiectionas State TISA treasurer. A--g,iX.,W ml V XVI-llLlZ OITICERS discuss in immediate problem during ii meeting, SNEA members ch tt relax or tlnytlream until the meeting resumes. A UNlQUE project, recognizing NT faculty, during National Education Week was an Apple-for-the-Teacher Day. BOTTOM ROW Museroxe New som Burke Schlittler Carlton Ottmang Browng jones. TOP ROXV: Aversg Evansg Danielsg Ancler BOTTOM ROW: Kuehng Pillowg Livingstong Leflerg Boozmang Dungang Griffithg' Hoffmang George. TOP ROW: Nelsong Short Haubertg Tuckfieldg Pappasg Sandersg Smith. ,,.,a.wma. WINNING debate coach Dr. William DeMougeot of the speech faculty takes the speaker's stand for a change and discusses education. LOCAL president june Johnson reads her treasurer's report at the state SNEA convention. .rr, r.aa O O - l 'Q 6511 ,, H, ,v-.wipe BOTTOM ROW Shinds sponsor Wfatson sponsor Newsom president TOP ROW Cruise, sergeant-at-arms, Williams, treasurerg Club aids retarded A study of needs of physical activity for retarded children at the Denton State School is being conducted by the Men's Professional Physical Education Club. En masse, the club attended the state convention of the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education and Recrea- tion in Fort Worth. At this December meeting, Dr. jess E. Cearly, director of the Physical Education and Athletic Depart- ment, was named president-elect. The organization, chartered in October, 1962, proposes to advance standards and ,to fOSliCI H COHCCIT1 fOI.' PlfOgI.'CSS lil the physical education profession. ,...-4' l z CD DP FU if 'U '-1 O CD' CD M E .4 'U H O E. CD 'B U2 iii!!! lil illlil Cute youngsters with molding clay who become wild sculptors . . . finger paints mysteriously found on clothes and faces . . . budding artists who paint things up- side down . . . are these some of the problems that art students will face as teachers? "How to Stay Motivated as an Art Teacher" was Marian Cole's topic to Stu- dent Art Education Association members. Solving typical problems encountered by art educators is the purpose of the club, and Miss Cole's speech and other activ- ities, such as art shows and film festivals, are designed to fulfill this goal. "CHILDREN can be absolute monsters with art supplies," jokes Miss Marian Cole about her days as an art teacher. . . . . ' 5 M ll llg BOTTQM ROXYJ: Nollg stfambiadg sandefsg Elam. MIDDLE Row Gf1fflHQ Head, Cufl- TOP ROW- Lame, SP0HSOf Us a Legg Boydg Munden, St. John. , ,. - +-ll-can BOTTOM ROW Sanders Troyer McClintock Henderson Hightower Montgomery Steele. MIDDLE: ROW: Kay, Cottingameg Weaver president Colson sponsor Collins TOP ROW Whitson McGuire Pillow Bowles, vice-president, Cissne. Closed circuit T allows self observation Practical knowledge of the audio-visual communications media is the immediate goal of the Radio and Television Club. A closed-circuit TV system, which is installed in the basement of the Historical Building, enables students to learn camera operation, program direction and control room management. Guest speakers in the radio-television profession included Bill Mercer of KRLD radio news speaking on "Sportscasting" and Miss Hilda Cohen, continuity direc- tor of WFAA radio-television station. A spaghetti supper was held at the home of Ted Colson, sponsor of the club. MISS Hilda Cohen, continuity director of WFAA radio and television, entertains members of the Radio-TV Club with a hand puppet show. ,7 ' E My Librarians laud outstanding members Alpha Beta Alpha, the national library service fraternity, initiated 16 pledges in February, and Miss Siddie Jo johnson of the Dallas Public Library was the guest speaker at the initiation banquet. As one of their main projects, the mem- bers attended the Texas Library Associa- tion Convention in Dallas March 28-30. Two awards were given by the ABAS: one to the member with the best personal library and one to the outstanding Fresh- man library service student. The members also sponsored a Homecoming tea for ex- members and gave a Christmas party at the Denton State School. A . BOTTOM ROW McCown Boyd Linn ston Belz pled e ciptain XV1 oner president Kowalzylt Raney Weaxer secretary MIDDLE ROW Terstl vice president McClesLey I-lirtmrn Ro ers Cosxirt XV1lters 5 P Webster Goodwin Marcia Cram tremsurer Kelley Chemrsts tour mobil research laboratory Alpha Chi Sigma, national professional chemistry fraternity, purposes to close the gap between academic and industrial chemistry. In studying chemistry as a professional science, the organization periodically visits such companies as the Socony Mobil Re- search Laboratory in Dallas. Socony has one of the most extensive industrial re- search libraries in the Southwest and uses the electron microscope. Departmental unification is another aim of Alpha Chi Sigma. Merle Griffin, na- tional secretary, visited with the members to discuss the NTSU departments re- search equipment and laboratories. In November, the group had an informal dinner at the Country Inn. THERE S TOO MUCH for AXS members to see in one afternoon at the Socony Mobil Research Laboratory in Dallas. ILLUSTRATING that chemists do more than congregate in their efficient labs THE NATIONAL secretary of AXS finds some- the eacecutiae board of Alpha Chi Si ma meet to discuss spring plans thing of interest in the report he is Cxkunining .2 I lr ag 3 WK Q? 'Eu 55 a" 'lim v is Q Br lik ni' Q. :QV fs! ', . ,.- . ,fp QW: X .BOTTOM ROW: Sorrell, Hood, Caldwellg Lewis, Pillersg Browning sponsor TOP ROW Sharp Sorenson Clark Fisher McCarty Gunn Girls assist in local sports tournaments To finance a 352,000 education loan for members, Delta Psi Kappa, the honorary fraternity for women majoring or minor- ing in health, physical education and rec- reation, sponsors a bowling sweeper fopen to anyone who can aim a ball at the lanej. The 14 members and 8 pledges also sponsor a girl at the Denton State School, publish the Rambling Rho for exes, send a CARE package to the Philippines at Christmas, have rummage sales and bake sales and give a banquet in the spring. They also assist in the physical education department by managing volleyball, bas- ketball and badminton tournaments. PATSY Pillars discusses plans for the forthcoming Spring Banquet with several serious-minded Delta Psi Kappa members ' -'wg Q13 -sign BOTTOM ROXV: Byarsg Deatong Mnssieg Scottg Fryg Smithg Stanleyg Roweg Smith. MIDDLE ROW: Raynesg Taylorg Rislovg Dooleyg Russellg Lam. prcsidentg Shipmnng Boreng Arringtong Madrigal, vice-president. TOP ROW: Gustavusg Abernathyg King, treasurerg Holy- ficldg Wfhittcmorcg Stcwartg Tullosg Hunt. , ,. lu- 'f ttzfwffg' ' W.. 3, -if N- MEMBERS of Alpha Lambda Pi, accounting club, examine in formation which they received from another chapter. AN OUTSTANDING accounting student is awarded a S500 check by a nationally-known bookkeeping firm. Accounting Club concluots advisor labs XY'hat does the accounting profession expect of the college graduate? Alpha Lambda Pi, NTSU accounting club, found the answer to this question in a speech given by a representative from Arthur Andersen dk Co. of Dallas. This informative program was typical of those presented by the organization. Alpha Lambda Pi further encourages the study of accounting by conducting review labs for elementary accounting stu- dents and providing the jourmzl of Ac- countancy for the departments offices. A winter banquet and a spring picnic were socials for members of the club. CONTEMPLATING their professional future at a meeting of Alpha Lambda Pi, accounting majors forget immediate problems of attending their numerous classes. ,, fam ,v""" DLE RQXYI5 Ngtiong I-lorng Wfhiteg Dillong Wellsg Eth BGTTOM ROW: Marcong Brummettg Grayg XWilli.1msg Mittchclg B:-ttes, MIDW , U I h 7 ridgeg Muskag Coleg Strubeg Clarlcg Wfehunt. TOP ROXW: Simpson: l-c-cdygXX lQl1fQDLllxC,BLlSCl1hOfD,S fm. .si ,Fa V " 1-,L ,.-41 rjgibgv'-T -1:-.-W I iii 2. gc ,FQ I I their profession. I 5 I' I 'fax-ok E I! j. I L wg, , 1:- I , 1 T -' i '. QQ! I 1 QE: -as ,, ,O 9 P' I I I 1 I I I I A BOTTOM ROXV: Phillips, Martin, Ray, Potts, president, McClendon. SECOND ROW: Choate, Alleng Russellg Howingtong Taylor, , Thompson. THIRD ROXW: Michaelsg Marshall, Smithg Searceyg Askew, Johns, Duncan, Lazenbyg Flahive. TOP ROW: Varnerg Traylorg I Taliaferrog Cookg Vynerg Hicks, Nichols, Pierce, McElroy, Guthrie. i ! F fi Club hears lecture series A As part of their program the members r I I of Iota Nu Sigma, an insurance club, watched a series of five filmed lectures on I gl insurance put out by the American College I I I Life Underwriters. Later, for their annual field trip, they went to Dallas to visit the Republic Na- I I tional Life Insurance Co. : I Wfilliam Neal, director of public rela- ' tions for the Texas Insurance Advisory Association in Austin, and Wfilliam San- . derson of the Aetna Life Insurance Co. ' in Dallas were two of the guest speakers I 5 who helped the members to gain a realistic I understanding of the operations of in- li surance companies. A I I I GUEST SPEAKERS, discussing all rf jf phases of insurance-from the I problems to the types- help insurance majors and future if prospects better understand b 200 235-'TZ-?4.':':,-...1g,,, ,r -Y V-7-47-V-Y - - A V- -Y . . .. ,V , , , H H ' Y , 'ff' DPi examines new education concepts By recognizing outstanding contribu- tions to the field, Kappa Delta Pi, honor- ary education society, attempts to examine new concepts of education. The Alpha Iota chapter was installed in 1926 and invites to membership those who have sound scholarship, worthy educa- tional ideals and agreeable personal qual- ities and ambitions. Each month, the organization features guest speakers. Miss Evelyn Messmore of the School of Music presented colored slides to accompany her November talk on "Europe as I Knew It." In addition, a Christmas program and party is held annually for the children at the Denton State School as part of the society's service project. THE ALPHA IOTA chapter of the honorary education society initiated 32 new members during the Fall Initiation Banquet Nov. 15 at the Country Inn. . ' - - ' Th g P 'ttg BOTTOM ROW: Koncakg Morrisong Geetehg McCallg Chaprnang Stranahan. IVIIDIFEEEJ Ilfigljigtggogicggfgleggnt' gill Vggot- Seiglerg Sharpg Barkemeyer, treasurerg Simsg McDonaldg Williamsg Georgei Pappas- ' 0 ' ' teng Huddlestong Ferstl, presidentg Cross, sponsor. 'N -.,. BOTTOM IXOXX lxtlltx lx tt D us lccson Lumdiy XVootton president Smith MIDDLE ROW: Brady, Stricklinglwilliamson, rtrrtrrx lwln utr Brill XVill11ms Smith Cort Duke trcisurer TOP ROXW Hermann vice-president, Davisg Taylor, vice-president, Local sweetheart becomes national rose Delta Sigma Pi, a national professional business fraternity presents programs for the School of Business, tours industries and invites speakers in all business fields to discuss opportunities for graduates in their various areas. Each month parties with varying mo- tifs are given for members and rushees: a New Yearis Eve party at the Dallas Alumni Club, a "Sing Along with joei' party in November, and the Annual Rose Ball where the club sweetheart is pre- sented. Cynthia Davis, last year's chapter sweet- heart, was named as national Rose of Delta Sigma Pi at the convention. DALE WOOTTON and his date cnjoi, dancing to a "slow one at 1 rush party in thc Delti Sig house. 1 .4 -.g--fo--'1 A ., ir' v'r' -'g -ff, -,V ,K g 14?-A A, V " ., . . ' ' 'f -"TS f' v.ffT5g,:45iA. -z-,.FiI if-1' .- 'Q' if ..4"., -g ' -. , v A . - . 74.--.., V, '..' p W ,eg V 11' .2 A T 1 A, ,P ff-rfr g ,s-. , 5 2 - ?F"- Q. , . M, I ,, QW if i X DELTA Sigma Pi begins its weekly Monday night meeting on a cheerful note before getting down to serious business. QQ TWO members of the Delta Sigma Pi Rho pledge class proudly show off their pledge mascot . . . cleverly tagged as Zee-Rho. i ' X J E 'l BOTTOM RONW: Cardwellg lit-lrlierg little: Henryg Keith: Parish, NTODHT ROXV: Davisg Hawley. TOP ROW: Maddoxg Sheppard Willisg Beclellg 'XWilliamsg 'l"eri'jg iiIll'1l"SQ Dointlwill. Q 1, i Y ig, lf -3.5 , emit, 14 -ri" -r. 1 -,-. ' X .nt -, ' V- -v-' '- A J . ,A ' a s Y "' """'---1. mtv' Jim... BOTTOM ROXV Thomis trcnsurer Wlldon Ellis secretary Gregory secretary MIDDLE ROW: Vaughn, sponsorg Copp, sponsorg Roller Copeland ucepresident Mrrtm XVllllAI11S TOP ROW Bilyeu sponsor Cecil Gallagher, Parrish, sponsor, Brown, O'Brieng KME hears SMU professor Kappa Mu Epsilon, the national honor- ary fraternity in mathematics, heard guests such as Dr. H. C. Parrish, math- ematics department director, speak on "CUPM"g Dr. james Brown of the Eng- lish faculty, on "Math and the Human- ities", and Dr. Paul Minton, director of the statistics department at SMU, on "Some Problems in Mathematical Statis- tics." Presenting these speakers is just one way the fraternity helps undergraduates to re- alize the important role of' mathematics. KME also had a barbecue, visited the Noble Memorial Planetarium at Fort Wforth, and sent delegates to the KME national convention in Normal, Ill. ARITHMETIC vtas nex er this easy, explains Bill O Brien as he demonstrates a complicated math formula Al Coeds give music l Mu Phi Epsilon, a Professional sorority tor women musicians, gives financial sup- port to the National Cultural Center in Wfashington, to the Lincoln Center in New York and to musical therapy. Giving free music lessons to the children from the Cumberland Childrenis Home and pre- senting musical programs for the Denton State School and the McKinney Veterans' Hospital are Mu Phi's major projects. The seven fall Pledges entertained the members with a musicale at the home of Dr. Helen Hewitt. Other Mu Phi activities included a Big-Little Sister party in No- vember and the formal initiation in De- cember. CSSOIIS MU PHI songbirds relax as they entertain at their informal fall concert in the Music Recital Hall. BOTTOM ROW: Bo fle' McOonaldg Holmesg l-lannag Bowcrsg Potterg Payneg Adamsong Mitchellg Curry, presidentg Johnson. TOP Slug I X ' X " X so Ego N 5, l 2 f , f - , ,-, . . ROW: Robcrtsong Gilesg Enderby, Nico-prcsiclentg Duncang Rcgling Allcng Laughtcrg Hihbetts, Trams, HUClCllCSfOf1, Smith, Pafkef- P7 I-Ioodenpyle Castillo Rovslett De La Rosa president Taylor Baumg Vance. Political figures appear The formal purpose of Pi Sigma Alpha, the government and political science fra- ternity, is to preserve the basic principles of government such as popular sov- ereignty, limited government, and federal- ism. The Beta Upsilon Chapter was or- ganized at North Texas in 1954, and since then every faculty member of the government department has joined. All of Pi Sigma Alpha's programs pre- sent guest speakers who are involved in some area of government work. Mayor Earl Cabell of Dallas was the speaker at the initiation dinner in November, SERVING as the Planning Board for P1 Sigma Alpha are Richard Vance Cordell Smith, R C Atkins and Ed Palmer. PPC al 1 nf -vii , nf" in-j' ffl' A-" ,gr an ,.- v ,-cg W 1 -, ff I. ri! iv, 4 'Z Z . -P' ,.. .4 , I.- . -af Student therapists operate speech elinie Carrying out the theme of "a team ap- proach to problems," the members of Sigma Alpha Eta, the speech and hearing therapy club, attend staffing conferences which are held every other week at Park- land Hospital in Dallas. At these conferences professionals in psychology and otology bring problems related to speech and hearing to be ana- lyzed and evaluated. The year-old organiza- tion also sends delegates to the national and state conventions, works with the Denton Area Council on Exceptional Chil- dren and takes responsibility for the opera- tion of the NTSU Speech and Hearing Clinic. MODELS of the vocal cords, ear and brain-visual aids used in correcting speech and hearing problems-are studied by members of Sigma Alpha Eta. BOTTOM ROW: Cookg Plattg leluenimeg Barnettg Raiford, sponsor: Barnes, sponsor. MIDDLE ROXW,1L8flgC?xpSCviXCler1I2iNifhliiltlllixlyri.1333055225 Meredithg Brown, vice-presidentg YYf'illlaansong McClure: Carosg Pendergrass, presidentg Cfiffefl FIYUU- ' ng, 2 ' Taylor. 207 hi Beta Lambda hosts FBL meeting Janice Niemeier, Dallas, now wears the title of Miss Future Business Executive of Texas. Since copping the title at the 11th annual Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica state convention, hosted by the Phi Beta Lambdas in February, Miss Niemeier has begun plans to enter national com- petition at Dallas in June. Other contests were in spelling, parlia- mentary procedure, vocabulary and public speaking. The winners were introduced at a Marquis Hall banquet. Another North Texan, Geneice Sargent of Fort Worth, was elected vice-president at the high school-college meeting. V A MEMBER of Phi Beta Lambda pins a name tag on one of the many high school students on campus for the annual FBLA convention BOTTOM ROW1 R0d8Cf59 C0fQefS Taylors Billsef D1lf011 Moore MIDDLI ROXV lxutled e Lrmt Mitrhcll Mor in Lupe! president, johnson, Wells, Hawkins, reporter, Carroll He ir TOP ROW! llibucl Crozier Plym sponsor X X Km X N Xxx XX XX xx Nx X xxx Qx X i fxg Q' QQ, x .4 x f' xvf xv! xx 1 N , Q fp f 4 yd 44 ' WJQNN N 1 as Ssiwl x sl XX x w.,,M X X Qi QQ gif X J 0 X ,.' .qt 1 . .3-3.1 .. K K ASAQH X f 1 3: L 11153, , 5 x I. V ..., V , H . h . , A-Y ,110 , , 9-if X S X1 X f Xi X X hi U announces initiates At Christmas time, Phi Upsilon Omi- cron, the national honorary home eco- nomics fraternity, had a party to wrap gifts for two Denton families. Initiation day for Phi U began early. On October 14, nine new pledges were initiated at 7 a.m. Dr. Florence Scoular gave a coffee honoring the new members at 8:30 a.m. and at 12:15 p.m. a luncheon was held at Marquis Hall. Each year Phi U adds a book to the Home Management House Library and gives an award to the outstanding fresh- man home economics major. To earn money, members annually sell homecom- ing mums in the UB. INSTEAD of unwrapping presents at their Christmas party the Phi Us put them together The colorful packages went to a needy Denton family BOTTOM ROW: Gloff, treasurer, Smith, corres ondin secretar Gll L Cole, historian. TOP ROW: White: Matzinger, president Ryan chaplain Mlrtin Alcxmdcr Liles Dotson xXIllS0Il xueiresiclent Sapp, Landers, Ellis. X X. X? X ax n -K. .X . -i is r an s N K Qs, X . it X5 r r .. X s r vt fs - .Q v -is ss 'fl s wg is X X -it R x TX W N or rt BOTTOM ROW: Miller, Whitten, sponsors, Anderson Geeteh Durham DuBose TOP ROW Haynes Gardner Brown Keeble Phipps, Inlow. Candlelight ceremony initiates members Oral interpretations of Christmas litera- ture by members of Sigma Tau Delta, English fraternity, set the holiday mood for the organizations dinner party. This presentation was exemplary of the literature programs planned to promote mastery of written expression. A panel composed of three members of the Eng- lish faculty-Dr. james Davidson, Dr. J. M. Logue, Dr. A. M. Sampley-presented "Frost, Yeats and Eliot-Their Treatment of Fate and Mankind." The initiation of new members was by candlelight ceremony, complemented .by the traditional red rose of the club. DANA Durham, Sharon Weyerts, and Kathleen Gardner participate in an impressive candlelighting ceremony as a part of the initiation program for new members. E! II I I QI II IQ I I Ish II S -1 I E A gl IE Wil 'e II I I 'I i, I ,i, YI I Ii Ii I II II . HI II I I2 I I! II 2 I i I I I I ' I I. 1. Is II I I. I: I? QI MII ISI? 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Tllli IEIII plrfflggc iniIiinIiun I5IlllfIllf'I of I'I1i Clhi "Ii'I1c'Izl was I1c'IrI nl Ilw new f,OllIlI'l1JlIUl'f'IHIIIIIIBVIIIHII. Ph1 Chi Theta encourages business goals PHI Chi Thetas, led by President Geneice Sargent, help Texas Christian University business coeds to establish their school chapter. Alpha Nu chapter of Phi Chi Theta or ganized in 1956 on the North Texas cam pus promotes the cause of higher busi ness education and training for all women It fosters high ideals for women in busi ness careers and encourages fraternity and cooperation among women preparing for such careers Members attempt to live up to the reputation If you want some thing done and done Well, ask a Phi Chi Theta to do it." The organization's activities include a pledge initiation banquet, a tea honoring the district director and the celebration of Founders' Day, March 6. BOTTOM ROW: Thomasg Bossmang Hendricksg Abernathy. TOP ROW: Egglestong Stilesg Grayg Buckg Wheelerg Hawkinsg Thompsong Dennyg Gilreathg Boydg Beyette. 2I3 1 i E I 1. :E fa ii J S 5 E 5 Z 3 3 . i 2 i -1 2 2 i Q 3 5 3 it ii l L, l BOTTOM ROW: Phillips, secretary, Prohl, vice-president, Vetetog Leatherwood, president, Shuford, sponsor. TOP ROW: Dunnigang Brown, Boone, Richman, Hiettg Hobbs, treasurer, Vinson, Stanley, sponsor, Beene. ' Big names inspire SDX A A bevy of well-known professional jour- nalists dotted the program at the Sigma Delta Chi National Convention in Tulsa. Fifteen members of the local journal- ism society heard such distinguished men as William Arthur, Managing Editor of Look Magazine, and Barney Kilgore, Wal! Street journal President, speak on the opportunifies in the field. A press conference was held by the late Oklahoma Senator Robert Kerr. Bringing journalistic viewpoints to the campus, SDX sponsored WEAA newsman john Davenport and Baptist Standard As- sociate Editor Don McGregor. Also, Su- preme Court Associate justice Tom C. Clark was brought to North Texas by the organization for a rare speaking engage- ment. Carl Leatherwood, president of the NTSU chapter, was awarded a scholar- ship by the Dallas professional chapter. THE Supreme Court-both its light and serious sides-was Associate justice Tom C. Clark's topic. The judicial T figure's appearance drew a crowd of students which filled the auditorium. Vi W V Y V Theta Sigs host TCOC The nucleus of top women journalists in Theta Sigma Phi play a vital role in campus activities while working toward interesting other women in journalism as a free, responsible communications media. As their major project, Theta Sigs an- nually engineer the Top Coed on Campus contest: nominees suggested by faculty members are screened by a panel of judges and then honored by the journalists. In March, the NTSU group hosted a breakfast for other collegiate chapters dur- ing Southwestern Journalism Congress. 1 A THETA SIG President Josie Cantu meditates on the club project under a pecan tree, the Theta Sigs picked and sold pecans. PEGGY SIMPSON, professional Theta Sig and presently a member of the Austin Associated Press bureau, reflects on her experiences as a small-town weekly editor in Hondo. BOTTOM ROW: Caldwell, Brown, treasurerg Brandenburger, secretary, johnson, Deeverg Atkins. TOP ROW: Russellg Cantu, pres- identg Keil, vice-president. BOTTOM ROW: Braffg Gerding, sponsorg Rojasg Gonzales. MIDDLE ROW Mapes Shaw Mathis Bostick Cook Tharp Sawyer Ayersg Phipps. TOP ROW: Westg Joyceg Floresg Taylorg Hittg Laneg McConach1e Linguists take no siestas With Texas bordering Mexico, the im- portance of friendly relations with Span- ish-speaking countries is conspicuous. Sig- ma Delta Pi, honorary Spanish fraternity, believes the way to close friendship with these countries is an understanding not only of the language but of culture as well. Slides picturing motor schools for re- mote Mexican villages and a represent- ative from the Chilean consulate found their place on the club's agenda to widen knowledge of the Hispanic contribution to North American and world culture. Going South America way for a night, a Christmas banquet of Spanish food briglilencrl the Sigina Dr-lla Pi year. DR. Wallace Woolsey of TWIcl showed sliilcs of i'esean'li on Clll' lllllll missions in Mvxim. f . BOTTOM ROW Ratlrff Hagerty MeCreary Black, Cockerham, Payne, Bostick, Keilg Boyd, Dawson. TOP ROW: Floresg France, vice president, Hughes president Canavatr Titsworth Norris, Cook, Littlefield secretarygwoodg Settle, Knox. Treasure hunt nets prizes "Moliere's true name is jean Baptiste Poquelinf' The key Word, "Baptiste," en- abled tvvo Pi Delta Phi members to col- lect their cash treasure at the BSU. The treasure hunt with French clues was promoted by the honorary club to stimu- late an understanding of the language. Other activities were designed to inspire interest in the French culture. Vice-pres- ident Arthur France showed slides of French art. Yves Rodrigues, French consul- general at Houston, spoke on DeGaulle's current Common Market issue. An outstanding member award is pre- sented at the Spring banquet each year. Yves Rodrigues the l tenth Consul General at Houston spell s nn Premier DeG lnlle s x lux s on the SAI entertains service clubs A walk through the Music Building is incomplete unless one sees the current Sigma Alpha Iota bulletin board. The bulletin board changes weekly and announces national, local and campus mu- sical events with humor and beauty. SAI works in other areas, too, by giv- ing programs for Denton's service clubs, the Denton State School and the local radio station. A joint effort of SAI with Phi Mu Al- pha and Mu Phi Epsilon is the presenta- tion of the Christmas Vespers and the American Music Program. Two members of Sigma Alpha Iota entertain with a violin duo as a part of the chapter recital presented jointly with an alum group. S l N teasurer THIRD BOTTOM Row Burk Bak Hermes SPCOND Row Knox president Waite Kneuplff Venn keft1H'eme11ff f . ' ' ' ' ' Q Q 3 - . 2 ' 5 3 3 'A ' 'T . 'H ' i . , lain' Rice- Tuc er' en' jo nson. ROW: I-Iooksg Millerg Norquestg Cuppg Plplimg GIGSUG- 1013 RUW- Young, Chamber ' ' ' ' --vncr, Music fraternity serenades sweetheart DAVID Irving, Phi Mu Alpha president, helps to register students for the Interscholastic League music contest in the spring. To the melodious strains of the "Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Sweetheart Song," Koma Sue Settle received a red rose and a kiss from each member as she was crowned sweetheart of the men's music fraternity. Serenading their favorite is not the only activity of the Phi Mus. The group com- bined their trained voices with those of the Texas Boys' Choir and later with the Port Worth Symphony in two concerts. The organization also ushers for fine arts programs and assists with interscho- lastic league music contests. In November, they hosted the West Texas State College band at a stag coffee. R Xxx. 3 BOTTOM ROW: Cole, Emmons, Floryg Dumscr. TOP ROW: Irving, president: XYIAIFIICII Lumpkin: Brown, sccrcttiryg Tuckcrg Kimber- linill Ialmagc, Blassingamc. H,-if x N .suv HC, N X fx Y ffi X X M' QW me-Q4 J-22552 ' "L-,f,f:, ' ' 425G,:,,W 4 .,,., .,A.,, W W W ,V W ' W Y I fff ff , W ffff ff , WI 74 llfw' fw ,Lg Nw gm 5 4 Q X 5 Q2 X 9' ? 4 5 , 7'..' Q' Aziz! S X Q .2 S -W ,:::: 2 f X f X 7 ,, X X? V ,... N f "W x-gg, ,:. .1 . X , 5 4 ,ff , X Yi X . 44 'f vw is " ,-ww W- :QQNQNX - 1 ,,.. x- Q V w ff l X f K' X S X EQ Nix ,- S vi 2 Q 2 .gy ,f ' , M' PWM 1 4 Y., , '- ,2- Q, 1 Y .X . .x L , A , A . ,ir Q lx .. 9 NW ., ! M , x ' f ' ' N N 1 fi -P L X x Q fu, f .., .vm My 1 F i il vomern poor Ilerberl's lute? ,, .,, . it BOTTOM ROW: Schlichting, sponsorg Bakerg Cashg Terrellg Killeng Forsytheg Iacksong Flinng Cook. MIDDLE ROW:. Wrightg Adolphusg Mitchellg Schulgeng Miller, presidentg Battertong Parsonsg Matthewsg Vise. TOP ROW: Frankling Smithg Telfairg Bondg Barrier. Tri-Betas dissect Herbert's leg Scene: Dark, dank lab. Characters: Two ambitious Tri-Betas. "Where,s Herbert? Poor baby, he's too young to get lost . . . and incapacitated, too!" "Herbert? Man, lay off that stuff. It'll ruin your health." "You worry about my health and poor Herbert's gonna stop twitching soon if I don't find him!" "Awright! Why's Herbert twitching?" "Herbert's my candy-striped mouse. I dyed his leg that he had all his tests in so no one would hurt him . . . and whoosh -he's gone . . . just as I was getting my dissecting kit and formaldehyde ready." "Hmmm, that wasn't very polite of him NIIAI. MlIiI,liR, president, presides over 11. meetingg could Alas! Poor Ilerberle, I knew him well. - 1 .i.14-cliff? DR. WINTON KOOKER proudly shows off his version of "the most psychotic gift" to Dr. Sidney Hamilton at the Psi Chi Christmas party. Membership reaches 60 Psi Chi, the professional and scholastic organization in psychology, attempts to advance the science of psychology and to encourage, stimulate and maintain scholar- ship of the individual members in all sub- ject areas. The organization serves its mem- bers by providing academic prestige and professional association and by offering them comradeship and a climate congenial to creative development. Seventeen pledges were initiated in Octo- ber, making a total membership of al- most sixty. Dr. Lipsher of Timberlawn Psychiatric Hospital was the speaker at the initiation banquet. "V X-'iyxhni' . Am. BOTTOM ROW: Swift' Jost. SECOND ROW: Davisz Bryson, secfefafya Currys Dreisbafhs Skiless KOOkCf, SPQHSOH Morris? B01m?Y, 5 Onsor. THIRD RQW-7 Garrett- L35 - Kgiohtg Geetehg Finley, Burkett, treasurer. TOP ROW: Walxfoord, president, Cramer, Bobbittg P - , 1 Y: to Peterson, Marx, Marthg Hall, Black, Cottingame. ISO plans and talks The Independent Students Organization is engaged in its monthly session. The august president intones: "We have several points of business tonight. Before me is a request to nom- inate a Greek Queen . . . you nominate Sally Independent, KRJ? Very good. With 160 members, we certainly should win. "Now, I wish to bring up the mascot proposal. The YDS use a mule, the YRS a pachyderm . . . frankly, I like armadillos . . . Well, yes, a Worm mascot if fitting. "Third, our pledge system seems to lack something . . . ah, we do lack pledges. Believe it's time for coffee. Adjournedf' ISOTTOM IIOW: Killingsworlh, vice-president WCINCI Quincy pn sidrnt Klum: Qhiwmm lhompson Xrmstmn tummr Ol ROXW: Sheppard, Wa1'clg lillisong Wlwilcrg Kolch BOTTOM ROW: Griffith, Cupp,iDuncang HendersongiQuinng Hendricks. MlDDLE.ROW: TurnerglEdwards secretary Goss Swenson Boegerg Mapesg Cook, presidentg Renshaw, vice-president, Amang Thompson, Wooden, Steely. TOP ROW Smith treasurer Howard Traveling Marys reflect "Around the World with Jr. Marys" served as the program theme for the jr. Mary Arden Club this year. , Guest speakers' experiences and Mrs. Arthur Sampley's "Reflections on Teach- ing Experiences" provided I programs for the bi-monthly club meetings. Other activ- ities included a tea with Sr. Mary Ardens, giving. food and clothing to needy fam- ilies. and awarding a scholarship to ai de- serving member. , I n Requirements for jr. Mary Arden are an A in English and a 2.5 overall average. The club strives to foster the intellectual and social development of its members. "IF YOU want to learn, teach," guest speaker Mrs. Arthur Sampley ad- vises the jr. Mary Arden Club in her A talk, "Reflections on Teaching Experiences. ...,.,,-.hm BOTTOM ROW Turbeville McHone Jackson George johnson Barbee McCall Tuckfield. MIDDLE ROW: Morrisg Alexander, Boozman White Spain Sharp Baker Boyd TOP ROW Groves Baker Termaath Sassanella, historiang Middlebrooksg Ogleg Henleyg Marys mark 60th year Sixty years. And the Sr. Mary Arden Club feels that time has not been wasted as they have strived to become one of North Texas' top campus honor clubs. Highlighting the year's activities with a series of lectures by various faculty mem- bers, the Sr. Marys' intellectual and social development was accented. The club mem- bership, limited to junior and senior women with a 2.5 overall grade point average and with an A in English courses, numbers about 100. ' Speakers included Dr. Mary Huey. Mrs. Arthur Sampley and Mrs. Helen XY'right. 1nd '1 slender r mdlc decorate o the S1 lvllly A1 lrn Club, l WHAT'S in a name tag? Fun, seem to think these three Sr Marys as they test their printing skill DR. Mary Evelyn Huey, who has been campaigning for a revamped Texas Constitution, addresses the coed honor organization. BOTTOM ROW: Burkettg McDonaldg Guinng Craverg Varley. SECOND ROW: Myersg Royallg Carrollg .Huddlestong Peery, sponsorg Nevelsg Henryg Blanchard. THIRD ROW: Buchanang Thornpsong Gilliam! Thomas? R61d3 PHfk6fS G11b61'f3 561816155 1011655 Boyds Wooten. TOP ROW: Simsg Schlittlerg Townsendg Nixong Hurt. 5 all liar, BOTTOM ROW: Carrigang Childsg Bassg Phillipsg Garcia, president. TOP ROW: Arrottg Harrellg McCoyg Willcoxg Howard, vice- ' presidentg Martin, treasurer. . - S 1 Pokey riders horse around fi Los Caballeros, horses and bare Texas A scenery set the stage .for a westernfsag-az "Gidd-yap, old horsey! This sure is 'an invigorating day for a ride, huh?'f. 'L "Shore is. iSay5 let's take a cut through this pasture . . . oops!" Qsplashj Five miles and many bounces later: Q! Don, this horse sure is wigglyf' "Wiggly? He's justtwalkin' slow." "Well, I wish he'd walk slower." Q! if Shore has been a long time since I've ridden a horse . . . he's . . . ouch!" Many sore muscles later: F "Say, Don, how about joining the fad and turning this into a 50-mile hike?" . . . MliANXVl ll'l.li, back nl the corml members of l.os Cfnlmlleivs rest their horses and make friends with the lot-,ll glow lwlkm- returning home to put on the lived lug. Players develop talents Any llniversity Player will testity that the curtain call applause tor a well-done characterization comes only after long, tedious hours ot rehearsal. Make-up crews, backstage hands, cos- tume designers, actors-all have a part in the timing and staging of a major production. Apprenticeship to University Players enables the serious drama student to participate in plays and to develop himself theatrically. "The Sea Gull," a Russian drama of dissatisfaction . . . "Dr. Knock," an elab- orately staged farce . . . "Macbeth," the well-known Shakespearean tragedy . . . all were highlights of the Players' season. ff ss! ia X 6 W, nxwissww, SPOOFING at rehearsal with a giant needle, Pam DeGroot, Melinda Wood and Hank Roberts prepare for the University Players' "Dr. Knock." at 'Viv t -treasurerg Barrowg Economidy. MIDDLE ROW: BOTTOM ROW: Gerdingg jacksong Adayg Meltong Foard, presidentg Ressire, secre ary i i It Shol ' Walters' I-Iamiltong Philli sg Tedfordg Mont omeryg Dodsong Hight. TOP ROW: McCall? Roberts, CHU, Alfefmaflna Mafdelfs ty: 7 P g D sponsorg Chapmang Ledlowg Beeneg Woodyg Reynoldsg jordang Cuff1CQDODHldQ Steele. - . 'g , ,... I BOTTOM ROW: Legg, president: Merriman, vice-president: Griffin, secretary: Cole, freshman representative, Brasseaux, treasurer: Moss, reporter. MIDDLE ROW: Butts: Conway: Clark: Sharp: Creed. TOP ROW: Kinserg Renshawg Griffith: Pappas. Ben Cherry Combo plays for fall formal To every new coed, Women's Forum offers opportunity to enter the busy pro- gram of campus tradition and social life. The Executive Council, composed of officers, dorm representatives and class representatives, plans activities for all North Texas women. Also, an outstanding campus leader is chosen each year as recip- ient of a scholarship. Big-Little Sister Adoption acquainting freshmen with upperclassmen . . . Skit Night parodying Halloween hi-jinks . . . an Autumn formal with dreamy music by the Ben Cherry Combo . . . a Valentine Day dance for sweetheart two-somes . . . Dutch Week's turn-about dating fun . . . Ugliest-Man-on-Campus campaigners . . . all were bright spots of XVomen's Forums happy-time social calendar. A SWING, n swirl, a barefootcd txvist-eealuuceis tried all steps at the XVomcu's Forum Autumn formal which spotligluied the Bcu Clwrry Combo. S LNB AA 'rf -. Q , .1-9 ' 1 1 6' in . if f ll' .r f Yarborough and Purcell speak to YDS The 000 Young Democrats at North Texas promote a deeper interest in politics and the Democratic Party through their campaigning efforts in behalf of various candidates. In addition, several well- known party members, including Ralph Yarborough, Don Yarbrough and Graham Purcell, have come to speak to the club on current party activities and goals for the future. Members get together socially through such activities as a dance at the Club House, a lake party in the spring and a party given in Dallas by Democrat Bill Jones, once a congressional candidate. ailfs a . Black Erwin BOTTOM ROW: DUMCD1lQ McCleskeyg Bonner SECOND ROW Turner Frtzhu h Ferrara Lee Taylor Page Lucs THIRD ROW: Phillipsg Leeg Baileyg Roweg Selby Burton Parker Richman TOP ROW Gurney DAv1gnon Smith Reyes Taylor Hewittg Woodg Garving Dawsong Carr. we BOTTOM ROW Russek Goodwin, Dysart Johnson, Kinser, Clever, O'Brieng Dickersong Moore: Bagby. TOP ROW: Kotchg Coolsg YARBROUGH, whom Life calls "one of Aniericifs 100 m0Sf promising young men," scans his notes before the speech. TON Y NOV AK welcomes sucucssful Houston lawyer Don Ynrlwrougli IC faunpus and lo .1 special ll Cllllfl ol. YIM wlu-ro tho political IIT is sl.1toil tos1w.1l4. ,V MEMBERS of the club receive warm handshakes in the reception line from government teacher james Riddlesperger and Sen. and Mrs. Yarborough. ,M 1, Jffffifj, 'ry jp .- DEMOCRATIC Sen. Ralph Yarborough pauses in his speech to YDS to give vent to a light witticism. BOTTOM ROW: Novak, presidentg Dorman, vice-presidentg Wilsong GrantfiJonesg.Masong Simmonsg Briscoe. TOP ROW: Alleng Guynesg Elemingg Grobeg Higginsg McHone, treasurer. A A -' - , 3.v.'-.:,tQx'g'F"f-Y: 12 ji 1-x - -' F me , rr H Lg '- -- :fr-J-.'zs2if'1ssi'Ra..,: fix- X: ,ra-1 .iff-f I, H E1 ii l. 11 i 'tl I 11 I 1, . 1 , 1 L 1 1 , YRs promote conservatism Young Republicans on the North Texas campus played an integral part in Texas move toward conservatism Helping in various state and national campaigns the YRS saw voters elect seven Republicans to the state legislature from Dallas County alone and one US Rep resentative during the 1962 elections Inspired by these results the state fed eration of Young Republicans met in Tyler for the state convention in March marking Texas trend to a two-party state. On the NTSU campus a personal cam- paign was begun to outnumber the YDS. YOUNG Republicans gather after a meeting to Weigh the pros and cons of politics- slantecl toward con- servative Views. 111 fgfl .1 H 1 1'Q 11. :' 55 lzjf "'1f .1111 -15:1 ,II1 151111 11112 1! E, thii l ti 11 1 ,l iff . iii L' fy. y 5.1 . 121 xl ' i I 1 '1. 'l ll , I1 1 1 11:1 a EV 1f'i! Q '31 1. j 15 QW . f 1 I1 l 2 1:1 2 l i ,iglit ,.... I 'Isle l ii llillii if li Milf 15:1 wail' 1 .ligixf 112i li V- 2 if 5 x Q 1 ? E 1 1 I 9 . 2 - I I 1 liliv i-'fg'1. i1 iw Q' 1, !T'? H- 'J ll M l if -'E BOTTOM ROXW: Klcing Selkg Swanng Cfhcathamg Harris. SECOND ROW! 1 rpm, ll It L1 lx ltd P, lx My in THIRD ROXW: Wlmilljexnfircg Marxg Bagley, Wg joyccg Bagley, Pg 'l'nylorg M kit R Q t u B Ixltlgm XX 101 hpy 1 U 1 f.:1rof,g 'I'iII'l'?IIlf'CQ Riflcllcg Bzmlucllcg Wformclfcmlmlg lfilz. BOTTOM ROW: Seaton, Phillips, Kotchg Bash, Coolsg Gilman. TOP ROW: Abraham, Greer, Day, secretary, Allen sponsor Miles vice-president, Heard, Heindelg Hamong Adams, president, Prather. WDA nominates beaut Proving they maintain a definite role in campus activity, West Dorm.Associa- tion Won third place in house decoration competition and second in school spirit during the 1962 Homecoming festivities. Football and basketball games provide opportunities for WDA informal after- game dances in the dorm lobby. Other social activities this year included the Sweetheart Dance Where' Mary Walden was named favorite and the annual Christ- mas formal. Not limiting themselves to social func- tions, the residents of the largest men's dormitory also participated in all intra- mural competition. MEMBERS of the West Dorm Association turn carpenter as they put up posters supporting Mary Walden for Relay Queen. BOTTOM ROW.: Gregory, Kraft, Christian, Guinn Stranahan Blanchard Haynie Beard Rhoten Smith TOP ROW Spearman Ward Rush, johnson, McCarty, Allen, Bowers. ' l Q '4Goodi morning, Miss Smith" , .K Service to North Texas in as many areas as possible is the goal of the Green jackets. This goal is achieved through their sup- port of university I activities, their help in maintaining aispirit' ofiloyalty among the students and their aid to organizations requesting help. i ' it i p Each year the Green jackets find' time to give a Christmas party for children at the Denton State School, to sponsor a city-I Wide Easter egg hunt, to usher at 'school functions, to decorate the goal posts for football games and to assist with freshman orientation. B t . Their social activities include Green Jacket Homecoming in March, the initia- tion of new members, and an installation breakfast in May. B hx. N X X . A THE midnight candle callpifor pledges brightens a Wind ' swept campus and lightens the heart of accepted Warts X ASK you what 3 ponders one confused coed who stopped by the green and white Green Jacket information booth BOTTOM ROW: Smithg Stallingsg Lanking Holmesg Schlittierg Nevelsg Snaith, mascotg Pilkey, sponsorg Payneg Ellmoreg iWatkinsg Curry. TOP ROYW: Credilieg Huddiestong Corderg Cookg Russellg Baker, president. T , VZ .,4 if ti 3 ? if i i I . , Q liz, y l i l iq l 'ply liai- i 25 l ,- Zu , lift' I it hlljf :ln 2,1 N325 3 V231 i Ei: ,M 'l 1 5 . li, ti'- li: EI I wzii ,,i' fEii'i ,L 2 5 :iff -i, 1 y 5 i I 1 A ifv ? F E 'Q-., Talons ring victor bell to increase spirit TALON Pat McCombs performs one of the most enjoyable Talon duties as he escorts Sandra Anders to her position in the YUCCA Beauty Contest. Outstanding male campus leaders are recognized by an invitation to become a Talon and wear the Well-known green shirt. With this honor come many respon- sibilities, for the Talons take charge of the Homecoming bonfire, assist with the YUCCA Beauty contest, ring the victory bell and aid in Greek Week activities. Membership in the three-year-old organ- ization is limited to forty. Vacancies are filled by the election of men with a scho- lastic average equal to or better than the overall male average and who demon- strate an interest in and serve NTSU. A ' 3 iOW11l,lll, Gross, Ripon, Brown Tk P N V ' T. ' " , . il? pl Eiiy- igri ' ifirz fi: s l li i Init A i i M il E. li I ll HOTIUM Roxy: f-f"'mfffms Mmislmnl lX'II"'ll5WU"ll1l lI'Vil1s" IXfliC'omlw Vmnon si-.wi11'x' lixilx xxx ml lltl l MllWlWl1'RWNY' I i p - - . . ' 0' " ' ,- - , n. D" -L 1 lf w , - Mowwl, Hlilfiffflly vifw-prrrsnlf,-1145 WIllI2llllfl4lIIQ tolling Imgn-un' lolmwn' Uuolvy liiunls llxly 1 Hi 1 mg! L W Fl HOW! lflllw Plulrl, I3lf'5l4if'Ill, Ilmmflvlllwylvg fwl.nllIlm'IiI Ii.llIlll IIni-l1i,vm-1-l'vrlXiwn IXIIIIIIIX t ' ' ' X I lxlllxl i l y 1 I 'fi' l fi. "WE'UNS is country cusins come down to meet -our kissin' kin," sing three untalented Talons as they plug the Wichita Road Trip sales. LEADING the football crowd in the alma mater is a pleasant task when Green jackets assist Talons. 2 GREEN shirted Talons turn out in full force to assist with the annual Homecoming bonfire. CLEANING the victory bell? No, just Wondering why it didn't ring. Did we lose? 239 BOTTOM ROW George treasurer Gavin Fconomidy Eubanks Koncak Thomas Cowleyg McDanie1g Lubbers. MIDDLE ROW: Led- better Clark Lane Eddy commander Thompson Huddleston Cook Primeaux Fitzgeraldg Chitwoodg Reid, drill commander. TOP Arnold ir presents Wings to the Angels Angel Flight is an auxiliary and service organization of the Air Force ROTC for women. To become members, Angels must have a 1.8 grade point average, be inter- viewed by AFROTC officers and appear before a selection board. In a formal cere- mony at Fouts Field in February, the Ar- nold Air Society presented the new Angels with their wings. This year Angel Flight participated in marching competition in Lubbock and marched. in the Battle of Flowers Parade in San Antonio. Being hostesses at AFROTC functions and at various civic and community functions are duties of the group. Nl XV ANGEIS l'CCCiN'C th ll wings at lill arm .lt louis liicld in li uuxry. ,,,-.K N ,HL fi gl L? gl r-if get '97, -4 ,FS ' it if -,J gli a it ff f ilitary funeral honors Gen. Ramey MILITARY PROCEDURE is not all red tape and technical jargon when members of the Air Force staff and student corps take a break for coffee. The death of Lt. Gen. Roger M. Ramey in March marlcecl the encl of a successful career of one who was influential in the establishment of the Air Force ROTC unit at North Texas. A military funeral was held for him at Denton's First Meth- odist Church. Also a former member of the Board of Regents, Ramey was honored in 1952 to have his name adopted .as the title for the Roger M. Rainey Club for ROTC cadets. The twelve voting members of this club plan and coordinate cadet activities, and this executive board is the financial body of the corps. A gala Military Ball, the annual AFROTC spring formal, is sponsored by this club. BOTTOM ROW: james' Broolcshearg Hadleyg King, Hanks. TOP ROW: Musgroveg Walling, operations officerg McGill, commanderg Finley, Keeble, administrative officer, Burch, Carverg Walsworth. BOTTOM ROW: Wusnackg Carrollg Peeryg Shipmang Shufordg Demoss. MIDDLE ROW: Clarkg Danielg Firtg Davisg Baggettg Garrettg Bratcher. TOP ROW: Robertsg Wallg Townsendg Craigg Bagley. F aloon B and parades in military review The cadence to which the corps marches in parades and military ceremonies is pro- vided by the AFROTC Falcon Band. On April 17 the band played a concert for the entire corps, and on May 1, to the de- light of everyone, they, along with the Sabres and Angel Flight, presented a mili- tary review on the UB slab. Each week the twenty-four piece band spends one hour on the practice field and one hour in the Music Hall auditorium practicing. In February, they were nom- inated as the squad of the month. The Homecoming parade in October was one of the bands main projects. LEFT, right, left, right . the Falcon Band sets the pace for the Al"RO'l'L' in the llUl1lCt'OlNll1g P.llllnlC. 4.4! ,. r 'T 1' gg: AJ If I it 4. via 44" .ir ft 14945, ,yi 1 -14, if dk. fd Sabres represent corps in parade XYitliout the fancy drill precision of the Sabres, the :XEROTC drill team, a colorful parade or Homecoming halftime spectac- ular xx'ouldn't be complete. This select group of underclassmen rep- resents the corps in all special parades and area competition. The competition, held at Lubbock this year, found the group in second place in 1962. Each day at dusk on the UB Slab, the Sabres work together to perfect and polish exacting drills. As practice hours cease, the men slowly disband, absolving the unity obtained only by long tedious training. SHOULDERING arms as they step off the final practice, Sabres prepare for drill competition at Lubbock MEMBERS of the Sabres are Andrewsg Arrington cadet dept cmdr Bramlet Brown Calton Cutler Faxors Fenner Elemrgpnff GS liamg Griffin, advisorg Griffithg Hielscherg Macms McCorl le Meacham cadet cmdr Menifee Moore Pearcy Sandoval Schei e Sma Valtrg Vandaverg Wells. 'W V , f BOTTOM ROW Fenner, Williams, Menifee, Young TOP ROW Griffith secretaryg D'Avignong Gates, vice-presidentg Macias. AAS collects for needy families Arnold Air Society creates a closer and more efficient relationship within the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. The Royal N. Baker Squadron of AAS is open to all cadets of junior standing with no less than a 1.75 in all air science courses and no less than a 1.0 in all other courses. Arnold Air Society sponsored an annual dinner dance for its members and their dates -and an Arnold Air and Angel Flight get-together. At Christmas the members collected a "Barrel of joy" for the needy. At the beginning of pledgeship. 11 smoker for the pledges was held at the home of Capt. D. A. Harrison. Ml MBI lxS of Angel Flight .ind :Xrnold An otiety spread Cliristinas spirit 1 li ig their 'lliarrcl ot tlovu with nat ul items for the necth: A I i BOTTOM ROW: Hadley, administrative officer, Clark, comptroller, Finley, personnel officer, Keeble, group commander, Gray, opera- tions, Johnson, security and law enforcement officer, Harris, group inspector. TOP ROW: Benedict, information officer, McGill, special projects, Richman, troop commander, Stone, deputy group commander, Roberson, assistant personnel officer, King, athletic officer. Senior cadets gain first-hand experience Lt. Col. Nash E. Lorino and his De- tachment Staff composed of faculty mem- bers direct the training activities of the Air Force ROTC unit. The Cadet Group Staff is coordinated with this faculty planning board. The 28 cadets work with the Detachment Staff in the training programs for ROTC stu- dents. A senior cadet thus obtains val- uable first-hand experience by handling the varied duties and responsibilities which may also be his in future military service. LEFT to right Maj. Robert E. Miller, commander of cadets, Capt. Vinson C. Cargile, instructor, Lt. Col. Nash E. Lorino, professor of air science, and Capt. Douglas Harrison, instructor. N . i 111 w I , Edited by Marsha Nelson l 4 4 I 5 ! 1 I 47- il 4 1 W f...g,ff:,-:-e-.-:..-,.1.a5:i,f-?-:u-,r-: e:.,...+ -?,.,,,,.fg--1-.--A9-9-1 ..., -..4.Q:m. ...- ,,..,.....,,.... , , anhellenie and IFC govern Greek relation Senior Panhellenic and the lnterfraternity Council are the groups who regulate the activities of the six national sororities and the ten social fraternities. Sponsors of Greek Week each spring, both direct the regulations concerning rush. The registration booth in the Union Building is operated by the IFC and offers an invitation for men students to sign up for rush. Instead of the traditional Panhellenic Review in the cafeteria at Chilton this fall, Pan- hellenic staged an informal gathering in the court- yard. Skits were performed by representatives of the six sororities. A Panhellenic workshop, held for the first time this year on March 25, aided sororities in improving the Greek system. Following a luncheon, groups met to discuss many phases of Greek life. junior Panhellenic consists of pledges from each sorority and Works to better relations among the sororities. They sponsored an auction this fall for the benefit of the Denton City Day Nursery. Q K x .. kj S X 1 X Q: iX XQ .. fe cy.-sky rssssck X l5CJ"I"l'OM IQCJWQ Critveng Rcnshirw. MIDIUHZ ROXW: liilippimcgBr.1nsl'oi'ilgl3emn.1nglX.1nksLll.1rmon TOP ROXXV rqtbxift RMC: , Willipsiv1',rmiigMales. ' W Q I Q Q, ,1 W4 BOTTOM ROW: Etieg McMu11ing Knippel. TOP ROW: Mo-werg McDanie1g Mahaneyg Collinsg :Iacksong Rozelleg Bennett. BOTTOM ROW: Quickg McSpaddeng Griffing Beyetteg Clark. TOP ROW: Plilerg Littleg Brumbelowg Morrison. X , 7' 4 'nf of! ,f y 1 X S I A Q 'vb , B, I ff! 1. i . 3 . E I . 1 I IQ? Ili 'E If If I I I I IIA In I is I1 I I.. J.. .I i 'IM I I I Ili 5 I I I I I I I 3 'I I g .Iv It I :I I'. i!I ll -I S 5 51. . III I I egg , my 'I ru. I Wi II lil si I 5 II i- I' 3 I fl I I 1 il 'I f 1 'I I ll 3 r II l . I i 'z i 2 D I I I + If I ' ' I if III I 'I I Ir, Ii.: II ,e rs 1 . it . ,, II, 5 L Curl Denman DeVaney Economidy Filippone Fischer FitzGeralcl Garvin George Gillam Gunn Hart Horner Hurt Keswick Kramolis Lamar Lavender Baker Barger Boozman Brasseaux Browder Burk Burnett Cam plen Cole Cramer Boxcar mark Alpha Delta Pi sorority donned sweat shirts and headed for the Denton railroad station for an informal party in Novem- ber. The ADPis gathered in two box cars where skits, dancing and refreshments were the fare for the evening. A ten year-old orphan girl in the Philip- pines received a special Christmas gift from the sorority. Another holiday project li. as--QQUAX ' ADP1 part c site of the ADPis was a tree-trimming party at the ramp and a Christmas party at the home of Miss Anna Alford, a Denton alumna. Rush activities, Sing Song and the an- nual WRA basketball and volleyball tournaments were other activities for the year. 4 'lf 'fl xx fb aa! A fu r 'fn ' ,M gr r '- rag ff 51 " Q Q. ONE OF the happiest times during the sorority year is the arrival of new pledges, as these Alpha Delta Pis prove at spring Bid Acceptance Feb. 19. Merriman Moores Morris 0111405 Person Pickle Ralston 5Cl1lifflf?l' Selby Shaw Simmons Smith Sorrell Stine Tuckfield XXICUSICY RELAXING at their fall informal party on Nov. 16, ADPi members lounge in one of two boxcars situated for the party at the railroad station site. Abernathy Cagle Acord Carr Allen Coons Blake Craver Boyd Deever Buckner Dickeson Burkett Dirks r ""' m Ellis Gilliam Hagerty Henley Horton Keck Kinser .Km X x ff ,X f If , , ff , 1 ,, , A , ' mf 1 - . an Q 1 ,,Q.Q, Thompson, B. Thompson, C. Townsend Varley Renshaw Rickey Rogers Sanders Scott Short Smith Speck Sprague Stegall Stein Stinson Taylor Termaath Thomas hold tea for Denton alumnae Rush activities were the order of the day in September, and the Alpha Phis were no exception. A tea was later held on October 23 for Denton alumnae of the sorority. Members and pledges listened to the Reverend E. J. Tarbox of the..Baptist Bible Chair on the subject "Thanksgiving and Its Heritage" in November. Before the Christmas holidays, a tree trimming party was held in the ramp. The A Phi informal party was at the American Legion Hall. A GATHERED in the inter-sorority friendship circle at the Chilton Hall courtyard, members of Alpha Phi await their turn to sing before the reception line forms in the ramp. 1 4. ' ,W 4 I ,fy , "' f ag? , ,fi I 1 f 'hi ff, V I "' f V 'Q ggi I ,O Q .If ,' ' f , Xi W Q Q , , W' .7 f ' ff Z' WW' y i , .ww 5 ' .H 'gif A ' X 1 V 5 ,"" ff, , mmmmw-yi ' , , 5, iff 1 " , f PW 75 Delta Gamma takes Displaying many new trophies, the Delta Gamma ramp may soon become a natural resting place for any awards that happen to be floating around. The DGs won the scholarship award for the fall semester and four national awards from the DG national convention held at Mackinac Island, Michigan, the awards were for the best chapter in Texas, the highest scholarship of Texas chapters, the best national chapter of its size, and the DELTA GAMMAS contemplate their trophy at the Nov. 7 Awards Banquet at the Country Inn. President Sharon Weyerts later presented the activities award to Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. SPRING PLEDGES Bettie Cook and Jeri Goss pause from shaking hands to kibitz in the DG ramp. I s, F 3 I H an dug '1 u -Q 'lf Q. NL M 'ia al?- mir, four awards at most activities of any chapter of its size. At Christmas the sorority co-sponsored a party for underprivileged Denton chil- dren with the Sig Eps. Throughout the year, the DGS have worked for their na- tional philanthrophy, aid to the blind, by reading to a blind student on campus. The Spring Formal was held April 6 at the Holiday Inn, and Founders' Day was observed there on March 15. Hayden Heath Herndon Ingram Karr f fy ,H rf, 1 0 'I' i!"l COIIVCIIUOII Hammons Hanson Harmon Grayson Hale f I J!! if 2:1 1 f A T 434 Keasler Keating Kennedy Kruger Legg Livingston May Patterson Payne Primeaux Quick Rains Reeves Rhodes Rowe Smith, A. Smith, B. Snelling Stamps Thompson Turner Watkins Weyerts Williams Zetas add new ramp de o The living room at the Zeta Tau Alpha ramp re- ceived a complete revamping this fall and was dis- played at a tea with the theme, "Alice in Zeta-land." The Zetas and members of Theta Chi fraternity held a Christmas party for one of the boys' dorms at the Denton State School. On Honors Day, they also give an annual award to the outstanding woman in elementary education. Baca Belt Campbell Clark Bagby Bosworth Capers Copeland Banks Brecher Carter Cox Beale Brumbelow Chitworth Crm en PLAYING hostcss to hcl sistci Suzy liubml s incllc l t ty lmnds hcl' punch It 1 lum 1 HQw-'vegiw np XXX X X 'Q gixlwlf' X ZETA TAU ALPHA pledges Martha Wylie and Kathy Estes help with a pledge class project to raise money. 42 f ,, ,,.. ua, W ff LVV. ,f ff 1' X 7 WL' W""l!!f! 1 Q WW, : 0 "Ji pf ' xxx, W ,zc -M f H J Q I 1 "" 1 V'V' 1 M c ., Q ,,. ,, 71 X . -W., , wav X f ff A W Z' W A X 2 f X X S ' f f 'Z X f x f CX f X f XZ ff f 4 ff Q W 'sk Shri 2 Y iff We K X fy? ,W X9 x 1,7 e k X fag sg a if ,44 Q X, X195 XX 7 , . 1 XM 1,.,g1,,w , 'W 1,3 ,jf Q x Z XX by Q ac. ' S cX :,,,, Z! 4 . Q, f.. -ups f -X-. fl 1 f X X f ,X X W W :A f ek 40 S js 4 9 f 74 X t 7 1 w 1 Eddy Eubanks Howard Edwards Hanna Hrhacek Estes Hnrpool Hummel Isom King Koncak Lane Ledhetter McGahee -1-Q ------ gift---vm-i, L, mi A .rrr . . 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During Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, the V KAPPA DELTA member Penny Gilbert hugs new pledge Donna Whipple as she sneaks through the reception line after spring rush. l P I 1 3 1 l l I L yen Beck Bfflllcy I Dilblwy Eppright G lause 355 BGIYCU Briscndmc Day Fischer Gregory Beilll BOFGII Brunel- ljulock Gm.l.ett Hayvs ' Boyd C111 VCI' Du rhnm Gilbert H cntlerson Bm ff CUX lingduhl G il tenth Hcnd ricks ' f entire Kappa Delta membership collected 'food for two needy Denton families and filled stockings for the 15 children of the families at Christmas. A Hobo party on March 15, a luau at the Holiday Inn on April 27, and a retreat to Lake Texoma on May 5 were some of the KD social activities for the year. W wav at .fr ' ff fy W if R 1 fx ,,.. 2 4 ygwf 4 r , X X f X X X3 f 1 S ,oy ' X 6 Q AX X 3 gba N f f X Q! Q7 sw X ' S Z Xjx X X f fsv V f , X SWA Q f f X my ,Z Q! Ah 4, v Z3 x f X' 1 1 ' X Q A fx s 1, f 4 .yt ,4 Z gsrwf , psy , p Qi I 54 4" ' it Ti S75 3 in fi Wt Z Wax. x fxff Z ? fvf sf W1 fi 7 fs XX ff f fl y -6?-Qt f 7 orm near appa Delta piano 0 9. , 6, Kal eifw' ' wg, ,f-W A M fy. 'if ' A' -4 PM I.. r 5 , W, 4 'f s , W f 1, af 6 X W Z y f ,y gif 'X 4 WW! My 4 ig? , if QWW , aw A Q my Zgsfgrssi . . EXCITED KDS sing and Clap in the courtyard as they wait for rushees to come and accept their bids to pledge the sorority they wanted most 75' 4 ,V ,- ' QWW"'W5'7SW' 5 D Z '- it is ' rgk H ' , rs , S Sv X 1, , is ,, 1: ' g -Q V. r 55, 'f X Lf s 1 f " it Q r f, 1 Q ff -W X r ' D W' , , r . s, , X -ff Q ,,g gf my X , -, w , X 1 ' R ' fy 1 1 ff 3. 'syn : a t is Hibbetts Males Pope Rowe Smiley Stewart Swift Howard McCarty Porterfield Sharp Smith Stfflflahan Wllbuf Kneupper Nelson Putnam Little Notestine Rhoten MacTaggart Pliler Rislov 2 6 . r , ...ik Chi me as cop Delta Sig activity troph , . ', ,, WW , ' ' llc A highlight for the Chi Omega year was the win- ning of the Delta Sigma Phi trophy awarded to the most active campus sorority. The Chi Os participated in a formal dinner dance at the Denton Country Club, a Founders' Day ban- quet with the TCU chapter, a brunch for members and their parents before Sing Song on March 24, and the usual rush activities. Annually, the Chi Os recognize the outstanding woman in social science on Honors Day, and at Christ- mas they contribute to the Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home. - EXCITED RUSHEES entering the Chi Omega ramp must wait their turn as the more prompt girls are greeted first. E l Anderson Beyette Cochran Heaqker Avery Blanchard Cowley I-Ieady Baker Bye Dixson Hughes Beadle Carter Hart Inman CHI OMEGA Beverly Baker lakes part in the full Pnnhellenic Preview presented in the Chilton courlyiml for ruslwes. :IF X XX its XS N i t S X XS Q1 -NW 1 - '.'. X ' f f XR X 3 jones' Kale Kay Kesler Kinsel Knight Lee Littrell McCall McCreary McDaniel Merritt Moss Myers Norwood Perkins Poindexter Robinson Smith Sparks Stephenson Swenson Thomas, C. Thomas, P. Throckmorton , f 5, W 1 V f' ff faf frw ag ln? 7 ,, f 'QW' V, f,,,,, a,,' ' fp-L. f - A, ,lf af 'f f Q2 ' f ff f V M f f f Q11 MH: if wif! WW is if 'f I ' " WZ 25 f W! f W 4 ji ,fra ' ,f it if ' w ' ffjil 1 f WM' f ,X ' W! f 1643 Wf ,WL ff , - wagwf f ,Jw ,,, wwf 'MW f f ff ,f , fa' M W, ,, Wa Trotti Vaupel Watson Webb Williamson Wilson JUDY Berryman observes appreciatively as her Chi O pledge sister Sue jones greets a visitor at Bid Acceptance. f il I If Ei -,I ia M E' ' Q E Q 5: Ie . 1, 1 I i I ga: ,51- X tis: 5' g ,I ii, A - if . I' so if I I if 2 I N 1.112 'Vis ' If I ! It is SEN QW I i I 1 ! . 1. liste iif' I Iiligirf .i A311 Ii Q Flag at .ls 1 i 1: II i I I Q hi 4: ' M ei ,N il ,il i'iA ,rf ww .i, if 5 ,,. ii in ,4 s I .iz s I S 'I 5'QwfW I I I i If, ia Iii .U - tg! W Iii Geezle activities ,720 COLLECTING MONEY EOR UMOC, GEEZLES AND DGS TOE IN AT A PRIME UB SPOT. GOOFING OEF around the house can be a spontaneous thing when Zack Hayes and W. A. Schneider disrupt the desk routine of a Geezle brother. xg I Q I varied for local fraternit The only local fraternity on the North Texas campus, the Geezles were organized in the late 19205 as an athletic fraternity, but membership in the group was later opened to all men on campus with a one point grade average. Annually the Geezles support the Cum- berland Presbyterian Children's Home and hold Round-up in May when the outstand- ing member is recognized. Some of their other activities were a Homecoming party at the Hotel Adolphus in Dallas and a Saints and Sinners party in Fort Worth. "POINT OF ORDER," Geezle Larry Cruise seems to say to an interruption from the back fu V r 3, v "rw of the room. WATCHING TELEVISION can become an engrossing entertainment during bad Weather, as these Geezles relax on a Saturday afternoon Kirkpatrick Potts Supina Magnenat Schneider Waldrip Mason Stinson Wilson f F ily i 3 i i S l I I l . l 1 3 I l i v ll ff H 1 ll 35 f"' ,, -f""""---,N ir I il 1 ,yi 4 4 ,A I A as w if f 4 if Q, i' , V-Z, -LW I ig! V W F 51 , ,2 A Y V -7. is I vigkw, N xl. x , . I J it Q H A - ' , E T I I I, I Arnold Baggett n Biggs Blair Q 'sg Q, f wg Blanton Buckingham Clark Cox, P. L S, Q I fl, Cox, R. Cunningham Elwood Ethridge Emfl, 4' A . c - - - - jiigg ,'No Iarris Harris Hastings Ingram ll E .5 X 5 ' CHOOSING a shipwreck theme for a ll as we Saturda evenin art Y, 1 n -ss :WS ' is 2 6 4 the Delta Sigs rock to fast Push music at the house. DELTA SIGMA PHI pledges soberly enjoy Bid Acceptance night when the majority of visitors are many girls looking their prettiest. Delta Sigma Phis brighten campus Beginning the spring semester with the addition of a new coat of white paint to their house at 1018 XV. Oak, the Delta Sigma Phis had started the fall just as energetically with their annual Welcome Freshman Girls party in September. Chi Omega sorority received the Delta Sig annual Traveling Trophy for the most active sorority. The Delta Sigs, like many other organ- izations on campus, aided the Cumberland Presbyterian Children's home and the Den- ton State School during the year. Some social activities for the year were a Shipwreck party, a beach frolic, a Roman party and the White Carnation Ball. BID ACCEPTANCE is just another good excuse for friends to get together over a punch bowl. Despite the crowds that come to meet new pledges, the Delta Sigs manage to find old friends and meet new ones. james Jansen Knippel Leffel McElroy Merrill Myers Newton Pickett Pressly Rice Roberts Shaw Smith Strickel Walker Wallace Young A TROPICAL island left spectators breath- less as Theta Chi's entry, complete with natives and their princess, rolled past winter-clad onlookers. Corn Dodson, D. Dodson, G. Donald Dooley Duke Etie Evans French Funk Green Hamby Heirnann Henderson Hix Hobbs Huffman 'Hulme Johnston Joplin Kissick Knott Koci Lair Lanford MacArthur Malooly Mashek Matthews, K Matthews, R. hal' JU 4 1 f F -. Theta his win most original lll1Cl'.l chi lir.rternity's Homecoming float, l'Our lsland in the Slay," was judged most original in the Homecoming Parade. Along with the ZTAs, the fraternity gave a Lihristiuas party for one of the boys' dorms at the J- ,ff ' 3,014 was ,vm 333113, l 4 .A I? c?'i fQ'f, 4 ff Qld lpn' Denton State School. The annual rope pull was also held with the Sigma Nus. Some of the social activities included a Roaring Twenties party and the French Sewer party. Mayes Nilsson Snider Webb McBride Peters Sullivan White McClure Sherk Tarver Winters Mower Smith Tyner Wittenburg WHILE guarding the captured Theta Chi bearcat during Homecoming Week, pledges take a breather and flash their fraternity paddles. l NEW PLEDGES queue up before bid acceptance activities knowing that many hours of greeting are ahead. v-f appa lphas lead on 'mural gridiron Placing second in intramural sports but leading in the 1965 Greek Bowl tilt against Sigma Nu, the members of Kappa Alpha Order are active partici- pants in many phases of campus life. Besides keeping up the spirit of the Confederacy by riding horses in the Homecoming Parade and growing beards for the occasion, the KAS annually sponsor their Stars and Bars party and the Old South Ball in the spring. The KAS are among several social fraternities who are trying to set up a "fraternity rown and organize the Greek men's groups into a more cen- tralized area. Crow Davis Deelaney Dorough Anderson Cahill Ballowe Chaney Back Claborn Bell Collins Boren Conklin Draper Frazier Hardesty Hoover F itts Guilloud Henderson Jacobsen F1Yf1f Hall Holmes Johnson BID ACCEPTANCE may be a chaotic time for pledges, but Kappa Alpha members enjoy the chance to frat around and look over the visiting girls. 'lu Q 1 M Q I X i A .. rw. I I - Sak' '-ZS THE KAs labored on their house decoration only to have it drenched by the rain. u li My T' T Jyqm 1? N at Wx A vig.. , tv I i nl ' , Q 'I ffifg If f. 1, 'ff ,- Q I ' T' i Ai.: h,f Q fri' my Z Q15 5, ij t 2 3 , . s r z . 1, . 1 a l l '. K' it , H f -hxgqw vwfl I ' 'i'f, z i ,591 251 J0hf1St0U Kingsbury McCutcheon Meyers IOHCS, J- Koehler McHam Newman Jones, R. Lamb McNatt Phillips Martin Roten Rozelle Shires Sittel Stanford Womack Smith, Dan Storms Worsham Smith, Dick Taylor Ward Smith, K. Tiller Watts Smith, W. Talley Yarbro Smithey Wester Yarbrough 269 l g 0 0 appa Sigma assembles Winning float By securing a circus calliope, building a trapeze and assembling the two on a mobile base, the Kappa Sigmas built themselves a sweepstakes-winning Homecoming float. The fraternity house at 2026 YV. Oak received a clean-up job during the semester break and was bright, shining and ready for a hospitable semester in the Spring. After bringing back the days of flappers and pro- hibition with their Roaring Twenties party, the Kappa Sigs regressed to their childhood for a Mickey Mouse party. They revived, however, and ended the year with a Cleopatra party, a Playboy party, and a formal dinner dance. i"'F' KAPPA SIGMA ugly man jon Pribble grimaces at Alpha Phi co-sponsor Charlotte Henley, but apparently doesnt frighten her Albritton Bennett Boettcher Boldin Brewer Brintle Brooks Brown Cacioppo Calvin Campbell Caruthers Catlin Cheatham Cobb Collins Cramer Davis. E. Davis. R. Echols Eubanks Fishbeck Graves Guthrie Ha rd ie H it rd i n HCSKU' l-lowa rd H u nic' F Hutsinger IMPROMPTU costumes found just in time for the Kappa Sig Roman Party Feb. 9 at the VFW helped set the mood for the costume affair. ITL : ' , 4 ' 1 gf " ff H ,, i - Q H. Q " f , , I , Wulf -Y 1 .35 v v Ivy Lazenby Nelsen Javens Lester Noles jeffcoats Martin Norris, I. Johnson Mayfield Norris, R. jones Meredith Pate Patterson Penton Petty Pribble Pilliod Pinnell Stanley Thomason Roberts Steadman Turnbo Robertson Stote Turner Smith, D. Tanner Wade Smith, S. Teutsch Walters -sl u. again Q iyy ,K ,1 L, f-xi, , KJAIV xuwyvt 1' , ,fG'-'QW' , . , V vxvu fl he P "jf .l V I 9 W 'v ' K A? Walton, Bob Walton, Roy Wheeler Whmfree Young 3. ,M ,Q VRX5 wap X 4 l 'l CN left--tifmilx FUN lvb- X 1' 7? Barksdale Baumgardner Brister Brown Burche Carlton Cashon Chamblain Clampitt Cobb Coolcsey Cowan Daboub Echols Evans Fancher Finger Haren Harrington Hill Hunt Husbands Kenatzer Kimball, Bill Homecoming Win NVinning the second place Homecoming trophy for house decorations, the Lambda Chi Alphas began the year at a fast-moving pace. At Christmas time they teamed up with the Chi Omegas and gave a party for the Cumberland Pres- byterian Chi1dren's Home. The fraternity also gave the home a gift. Austin's Dude Ranch was the site for a "Walk on the Wild Side" partyg other social activities in- cluded the Playboy party and the White Suit Dance. DIGGER O'DELL, the Lambda Chi Ugly Man contestant, takes a break from scavenging money to make a campaign spiel to a YUCCA photographer. 44? begins ambda Chi year tsss X s X Westimuoreland Wilson ffffif ,- , 'Q 'l C i5rwwW4' f 1,1 f ag, Q fx ,yur 5 N 4 .7 ' K fu' , arfgwza Qkwl, , . ' vyfifi 71" Kimball, Bob Lea Leatherwood Lucas Lurich McKee McKean Mattingley O'Dell Ory Phillips Powers Raasch Rogers Rushing Sayles Smith Stuart Syptak Tarrant Taylor Travis Vines Wall FLYING with the best in house decorations the Lambda Chis sport that slogan and state and national flags as their Homecoming theme. l 1 3 I i ,. if r 1 l l : lil '51 l ll i . r il .lg I ill ,gl r l Y lil ll V 5 l l l .lui I in l 3. bil 1 ,ll Q, 3 gl l J ll L li lil Pl Ei il ,l 1 Al l Nl' V. i l r I r'q,, if "1 12, . I K. il gms all .ll all ,Hi l l le I li u gl Vi- ? E If if !w 1, l',,L ls ' fr i l I Q ,3 r lr we i J.. l I, I. ,, ' i !., rl' ROCKING AROUND the house, Pike members and pledges make housekeeping a task almost enjoyable, when girls and music lighten the scene in the backyard. Pi Kappa Alphas observe Billlilfd Brown Collerain Forrest Huddleston Mason Ric-ke Tnqninn Bell Bryant CUNY Fostef JOHGS Maxwell Ringgold Turner Benningfiol Carpenter Dorman Gardner Mqliinley Mozara Rowe XX'Q11ium50n grociman Cochran Estes Harris McNutt Padgett Runner XY'0ffur,l roo s ninety-fifth birthda You're only as old as you feel and no one would ever guess that the Pi Kappa Alphas were ninety-five years young on Founders' Day this March. Members collected canned goods for one of the local Denton churches and helped with a drive in Dallas to get goods for crippled children. But, the Pikes aren't all work and no play. Among the parties for the year are a Christmas party, a Swamp party and their annual Dream Girl Dance. THE MAPLE Street home of the Pikes boasted a new front during the Homecoming festivitiesg significant dates in NT history were set in backgrounds of white crepe paper. DISPLAYING their red it Pike fire-engine, members fir fp and dates pause to ' an r"r'l,f ' smile at the birdie in 4 W front of the house. fmfi 2,7 f 'ft I f 1 1 Ihhy yj 0. ' WZ? f arf Q-1 A, , f MIKE THE PIKE sign bearers stalk through the UB between eight and four p.m. begging money for their ugly man. Sigma Nus regain float, spirit award For the third consecutive year, the Sigma Nu fraternity won the trophy for the most beautiful Homecoming float and for the second year they won the Talon Spirit Award for their Homecoming Bear- cat Safari. The Sigma Nus participated in the an- nual rope pull with the Theta Chis and played in the annual charity Greek Bowl game with the KAS, with proceeds going to the Cumberland Presbyterian Childrenis Home. Their social activities included a Winter Dinner Dance, the White Rose formal and a western party. Allen Bailey Beebe Bransom Brothers Calhoun Carter Cheshire Christian Currin Davis Dietrich Dorr Downs Ezar Frost .qhn:-- Gross Gulbrandsen Haden Hartley, H. Hartley, T. Hines Horten Ingram ffer Jjjlmsfm A SUCCESSFUL Bearcat Kidwell Safari staged by the Sigma Nus won them the coveted Spirit Award for the second year. X sa . S X SX Aliliiiili- lxlcfinllllw lXlKlJLIIIll'l lX'l.ison . .X QV- X lxlilxllllllll 2 . . 4 ,5 an ' if A , 3 e. l V-fn 4-,ly . 'Q if ' fy a "f i'- 4' fulgqif nf 4 Matlir-ws Merriman M i l lei' M urpliy Newth Noaclc Oshorn Rainwater Pomylfal Rowland Schattel Scheider Shahan Sheffield Shelton Skel ron Stanfield Stewart Thomas Thompson Tilley Todd Tucker Vinyard XX"agner XXfilson Woody Wriglut fi , fmi fl f',i fi rl f N., A SIGMA NU smoker during rush activities allows both rushees and members a chance to relax over a cup of Coffee and get acquainted. 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W Q , f 97 ff , V ' , V X f i-Wk lx, . 4 , mf Z W W, ' f W f V ff! 7 ff, I 9 ZZ' :W l W www , Z X, X f Q X V X f X f X X ff XX x XX 4 1 7 WA Q X i I I II Q ' I I , , I 1 ' I' I I LEFT: PHI KAP ugly It man joe Braley, the I , , I I I I . with Ka a Delta co-s on , y PP , P - I sor Karen Bass in the UB. IIE RIGHT: More KDS, Ann I I I solicit additional UMOC I I ly is pennies on the back porch. I I -I I I i I I I I II II I 'I II I I I I I I ,, .Y Y V ! I I I I Iii I O 0 0 H h1 ap a igma assists If p II ,I I CHIRP MUSICIANS for Phi Kappa Sigma entertain UB masses, befuddle gl ' passers-by and occasionally hear the clunk of a coin in their cup. I I ' , I I I ro I QI I I it IIIII I , WI I 1, I y' gn , I I I , I 2 I ' wi I I III ,I: I I III' 5 I I I VV 5 :,I rj I II II 792 I I "Chirp" candidate, dances I Cox and Evelyn Hendricks, Denton school The fall pledges of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity put their muscles to the test when they Went out to do all types of odd jobs at the Denton State School this year. The Phi Kaps held their Homecoming party at the Inn of Six Flags in Fort Worth. Members of the underworld met at the Melrose Hotel in Dallas as the Phi Kaps held their annual Mafia party. Other social activities included a Secret Desire party and several other costume parties. m I f I 1-IH UMQQ chi.: E' any :if :If Y ig rf- P bn., haf nl-'f I nf AN ENERGETIC game of touch foot- ball at the Phi Kap house proves relaxing exercise after a day in class. 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AFTER-GAME sportsmanship- it friendly pat on the blldi-Calll sometimes help dissolve the ache of 11 licnttlwtcglkingl loss. ,...4h Y NTSU SPELLS victory. After the final whistle, North Texas had once again emerged as Homecoming champion, defeating Cincinnati, 14 to 8. ALL eyes are centered on the ball. Will the referee signal that the point is good? Anticipation heightens - team progresses With minutes left, the quarterback steps back, dodges a guard, then hurls the ball. The fans, tense, stand clutching wadded programs in their hands. The player makes a desperate attempt to snare the pass. A loud groan erupts from the opposing crowd. The player has caught the ball for the victory margin. Then the moment of jubilation arrives. The movement of the winning throng is smiling, lighthearted, as they jostle to- ward the exits. Tension has been released. The favorite team has won, i Have you ever seen one of these last- T " minute efforts? Perhaps the occasion was the last seconds of a basketball playoff, with the game-winning free throw in the air . . . or a relay race-precision handoffs, y chests heaving against the wind, straining l I for the tape and victory, NORTH Tercas cheerleaders are, from left, Lynda Burnett, Dick Smith pf i Carol McDaniel, Bob Campbell, Susan Beyette and Barry jackson. if l 287 P Q , , , , W., ,,...,.... ,,,......, .,-t L J,,,,,,.f......VL..-1.,.,--q1,t,u.-.-.-y-,,,.L...-v-g--v,...--1 ..---,,..,.,....,,,,a,--..--M., .--V f .....,. "HllRE'S the Way we do it," explains a Memphis State yell-leader. They should know, MSU won, 14 to 6. w.m.mw.-N.,...f,.1.,..-,.mWf..-....-...-f.........vf..,....,,,,.,.MM.-...ia . .. . LEADING the NT band at halftime are, from the left, Betty Giddens, Donna Drennan, Royce Lumpkin, Kay Sparks and Pat Hammons. EVEN CHANGING TIME Has NOT ALTERED sports, the spirit which caused granddad to don raccoon coat and spats remains. It's not just the competitive spirit that fills a stadium. Spirit is an intangible element, a mood, it's the kid getting his idol's autograph, the tense crowds in a gym, the elated feeling after victory and the emptiness of defeat. The forces behind every contest-the cheerleaders-are on the sidelines of the field or the gym floor, yelling and gyrating with enthusiasm. This group symbolizes the university itself- the spirit, the leadership, the youth. Campus sports are permanent. They endure because they are vital activities, appealing both to the grads of '22 or today's freshmen. Athletics are a visual impact which both young and old can remember with nostalgia. FBOSH cheerleaders are, in front, Barbara Tallant, Linda Thompson, Vickie Shelton, standing, Sonny Torbett, Mike Mclver, Bill Blakemore. S S ix? ii X 5 . X 'WWW JM f V Mizz I i l l il' l I is l i. - 1 4 w l li ' i i ll il l F lla Til la ,i 1 l I iii. Fi il Iyg ia ,s xlib 1, .fl 'H 'QQ V , E lil Iwi' ill. .i i'l Ii: 211 1 . l 13 ll l 'i S ri lit l 1. :si ll' ll l i. ijt I ilu as in Il .. 5 'l l. lr Va! ANTICIPATION-what happens next ?-is the mood of the crowd as they strain forward for the opening kick. "Will we go home victorious ?" they ask. Carnival atmosphere invades Fouts Field What is involved in a gridiron show? What goes into its production? On the following pages, an attempt is made to high- light the different phases of a football game. Inside the dressing room on Saturday after a week of hard practice, the team gets ready for the big game. Hours of studying the opponents tactics on film have taken up the team's time. Members and coaches talk it up--they must win. The hour draws near. The parking lot fills. Crowds fill the stadium. Program sell- ers begin hawking their wares. At the ticket booth, choice seats are bought. The students swarm noisily toward their section. Inside the stadium, there is a buzz of excitement. The band warms up. Underneath this apparent chaos is organization. A group of ROTC men present the flag, and then the players are introduced. The captains flip the coin and take their positions. The teams are ready to begin. THE game involves quick thinking and adept maneuvering and stamina, which many fans, clamoring for victory, fail to consider as they watch the gridiron battle. X -'AH "-f ,, , , ,,,, ' ,.,h,,,m,1,,,.nf,,, m,..f,.umt.. 4 .,,... ., H .. . ..,,. ..,.. , .,.. A .-H., vtiv i,....1---N-.Ws:.,,-J:-mn H V ,Q - Z W Q! R 7 ff is? 'Q , 4 X A 1 f f 14577 f 4 ,NN 7 Exasperation . . . k1 if s t Anguish . . . Concentration . . . . . . reflect the various emotions of a football game. The , determination, enthusiasm and sin- cerity of the crowd spur the team on to the gridiron victory. Pensiveness . . . Awe. , , FROM the press box, watchful eyes transmit the game's highlights. SOMETIMES the game is one blur of motion. 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THE Associated Press named guard Richard Farris drafted by twopro teams, to its MVC first squad agles finish second in conference A yo-yo or a pendulum? Easily earning both of these characteristics during the 1962 football season, the North Texas Eagles climbed up and down, like an erratic stock market, winning six and losing four. The Eagles played havoc with forecasts of football experts as they avoided conforming to pre-game predictions. Despite these vacillating re- sults, North Texas improved up- on pre-season ratings and finish- ed second in the four team Mis- souri Valley Conference with a 2-1 record. In Coach Odus Mitchell's 17th year as head coach, the Eaglesfinished their most suc- cessful season since 1959. Two North Texans, tackle Bobby Price and fullback Dwain Bean, nabbed MVC all-confer- ence slots on the first team chosen by league coaches. Guard Richard Parris, Price and Bean were chosen by the Associated Press for its first team. 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Ig 1 1 IT'S second and six when quarterback Billy Ryan side-steps two Buffs and gains a part of the 210 yards the Eagles compiled. I I 1 W BEFORE 9,000 happy fans, Pete Pedro breaks Season's Results N orib T exar Opponent: 19 ................ Texas Western ...... .............. 6 6 ................ Memphis State ...... ........ 1 4 29 ....,........... Hardin-Simmons .,.. ..... 8 O ................ Tulsa ..........,....... ........ 3 4 . . . 8 14 ..,i............ Cincinnati .............. ..... 12 ................ New Mexico State ...... ........ 4 8 . . 7 9 ,..,.,..,,,.,,., Wichita ................., ........ 20 ................ West Texas State ..... ........ 1 5 10 ................ Louisville ............... ........ 1 4 55 ................ Southern Illinois ....... ........ 3 0 loose on a 51 yard run, his longest in the game. MARY PRATT, reigning over the XV est Texas State game as Football Queen ' is given a bouquet by haltback James Littlepage. N-I., N -t I I' X. Fur flies, Eagles soar Before 1-1,000 fans, the Eagles held off a late Cincinnati rally and defeated the Bearcats 14-8, extending the string of Homecoming victories to six straight. The jubilation was short-lived. The next week in University Park, New Mex- ico State blasted North Texas 48-12. On the Road Trip, some 300 North Texans saw the Eagles nip Wichita 9-7, relying on Price's place-kicking ability. The surprise of the year hit Denton the following week. Not only did the Eagles win their second game in a row, but they upset highly favored West Texas. A winning season was in store for the Eagles, despite losing the following week to Louisville. In the finale, the Eagles overran, Southern Illinois 55-30. IT TAKES two Buffaloes to corner one Eagle as Mike Pirkle C825 snares a Merle Boyd pass in the North Texas victory QUARTERBACK Merle Boyd eludes a Cincinnati opponent in the Homecoming game. KEN BAHNSEN FRED MCCAIN AND HERB FERRILL ASSIST ICH . 1' 'QI .I I I QI YI ,I . 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I I I I I I I I I I P 9:5- x X QSFNF Tgwk 1 A .N N. X X AN ,mx A rx 1 Me X X 1 XX'QXXxXRf' ms .4 x. ,X x. xx X "" . ' Xw is-af' - Zfhfixf f ?f ' l X. 1 Y 1 xv fs X .V , f ix 9? X E f MQ' Q- 7 X f X , X ff, X ' S , f X Q 7, X , X f? X -f ,, I m,,,:,,,, , X X 2 lx f f X 7 if aff f? 1 Mn- -Nei. "Stl ' .11 . X -Qgfgw-,. Ms .. V. .. fi- .1 5 F X SENTINEL-LIKE JOHN SAVAGE PACES THE EAGLES IN THE DECADE'S BEST SEASON EFFORT. agles post 10-14 season - cleeacleas best In a conference where all-Americans are perennial products and each school has a team that others eye warily, the North Texas Eagles surprised every- body this season by producing a 10-14 record. Coach Charles Iohnson's quintet, posting the best record in a decade, was a deciding team in the always- tough Missouri Valley Conference. Led by john Savage, All-MVC forward for the second year, the Eagles disrupted opponents' plans by completing a 4-8 conference record. Vastly improved over last season, the Flock upset Wicliita 69-67 in a road game after dropping the first three conference contests. Savage, the 6-foot-5 junior, sparked the Eagles with a 19.8 season and a 21.4 conference average. He was joined on the All-MVC team by All-Ameri- cans Ron Bonham and Tom Thacker of Cincinnati, Dave Stallworth of Wicluita and Mack Herndon of Bradley. Aiding Savage were two sophomore standouts, Dave Burns and Carl Miller. Burns, an outside shooting specialist, and Miller were awarded honor- able mention. Seniors Norman Colglazier and Oscar Miller completed the starting five. with strong bench Support from Bubba Bailey. Dave Ebershoff. Mike Long, Zack Hayes, .lack Plunkett and NV.1yne Hop- kins. si- THE EAGLES SET AN EARLY TOR- rid pace in winning the first three tilts. But luck played out and the North Texas team dropped the next three-to Hous- ton, Loyola fLouisianaj and Oklahoma City. A holiday tournament netted sec- ond place as the Eagles downed San Francisco State and then lost to Gonzaga in the finals of the Eastern Montana Tournament in Billings, Mont. As the MVC went into full swing, only Cincinnati seemed invulnerable. Each team capitalized on the other's mistakes. The first major upset came on jan. 25 when NTSU invaded Wichita and came away with a 69-67 surprise victory. Three straight NTSU victories, winning from two to seven points, belonged to the rejuvenated Eagles after this upset. Then Bradley visited Men's Gymnasium and the Eagle streak ended. On this same night, Cincy fell 65-64 in an upset to Wichita. SIX-FOOT-EIGHT Drake star Ray Quinn attempts to elude john Savage in the 67-60 Eagle conquest of the cellar-dwelling Iowa quintet. TULSA'S coach joe Swank gives advice to james CCOUII- tryj King of the fifth-place Golden Hurricane squad. HOUSTON, finalist in this year's Sugar Bowl holiday tournament, employed a come-from-behind second half attack to deal the Eagles their eighth loss. THE GRACEFUL sharpshooting of Savage left many op- SIiASON'S RESULTS NTSU OPPONENT S 77 ..., H .A.. ......... W est Texas State ,.....,. ...... . .. 56 71 ........ .,..,..,.. H ardin-Simmons ..... . .. 65 86 ......W. .......... A bilene Christian ........ ,...... 4 7 69 ........ .......... H ouston ..,. - ............. . . ..t... .76 66 ........ ........., L oyola QLa.j ..t... ..... ..77 63 ........ .........t O klahoma City ....... ....... 7 9 71 ........ ......... S an Francisco State ........ ....... 6 2 75 ........ .......... G onzaga ................,.i... ......, 8 6 59 ........ .......,. S t. Louis ......,......,, ..... ..71 68 ........ .......... B radley ...,....,.......... ........,. 9 5 58 ........ .......... C incinnati ,...........,..... .......... 7 5 37 ......... ........., A ir Force Academy .,.,.,.. .......... 3 6 69 ........ .......... W ichita ..,................... ,,,,,,.... 6 7 62 ......... .......... H ouston ............... ,....,..,, 6 8 85 ........ .......... H ardin-Simmons ..... .,,.,,,,.. 7 5 65 ......... .......... T ulsa ................ .........i 6 0 67 ......... ........., D rake ................ .,.,,,,,,, 6 0 69 ......... .......... O klahoma City ...... ........,, 8 2 64 ......... .......... S t. Louis .......... .......... 6 2 72 ......... .......... B radley .....,,.... ,....,.... 7 5 64 ......... .......... D rake ......... ,,,,.,..., 6 5 61 ........ .......... C incinnati ..... .,........ 9 1 73 ......... .......... W ichita ..... .......... 8 9 71 ...... .. .......... Tulsa ..i... ...,...... 8 6 ponents wishing they had never attempted to guard him. H IT'S mine. You can't have it!" cries forward Carl Miller as he snares a rebound in the Air Force game. The Eagles avenged last year's overtime defeat. sa. f r Q Q john Savage 1 Dave Burns NTSU STATISTICS F G FT PTS AVG 184 107 475 19.8 148 79 375 15.6 Oscar Miller 92 39 223 9.3 Carl Miller 73 36 182 7.9 Dave Ebershoff 39 31 109 6.1 Norm Colglazier 36 33 105 4.4 Bubba Bailey 28 46 102 4.9 Don Mitchell 9 8 26 2.9 Mike Long 7 0 14 1.8 Zack Hayes 2 2 6 2.0 Wayne Hopkins 1 1 3 .6 Jack Plunkett 1 0 2 .7 'BY SWITCHING off to No. 21, we should be able to slow them to a greater degree," Coach johnson seems to say during a time-out. THE STEADY composure of the coach as he directs his team to victory or bows to defeat commands respect from the team. STUBBORN Tulsa's threat to MVC cage powers was a men- ace throughout the season, but NTS pressing defense and persistent offense gave the Eagles their eighth win. vw XXX X S X A XX XX N X gm XX X X X xi X Rx R A 5 X X xx XXX N ,Sx -S99 XX X x XXQ - 'ii'- N-me cy ff f f sd , J y 4 ,fm W1 Xf X X .0 f y, 55,1 fX a 4 1135? 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J i 1 , I i , s I f i v x VC powers top poll The Missouri Valley status The Shggkefs were the e was kept high on the pedestal feanq to defeat kingpin Cm tor the third straight year. Dom- nafi in the fegulaf Season mated hy powerful Cincinnati, March 2nd defeat Over the MVC cage teams drew uneasy 2 team in the ngtign, L03 glances from non-conference of Qhicagoa was enough fees- prompt the National Invitai Cincy's Bearcats, enroute to the MVC championship, rode the Kansas school to its M the Crest of 3 57'Same Winning son Square Garden post sea Streak before being halted by tourney. St. Louis, finishing alwthef MVC team-Wichiw a ae for third in the Mvc Cincy's coach Ed jucker received also invited. Coach of the Year honors, and Next year e new team Le two members of his stellar team ville, will beeeme the Ven received first team All-Amen eighth member. ica recognition: Ron Bonham and Tom Thacker, A MAZE of arms and Second place Wichita proved afalffiingg iii? to be the season's giant killer. destination, but the E I J played enough ball co to down H-SU 7 IN THE Hardin-Simmons game, which the Eagles Won 71-65, NTSU collected 10 stolen passes. Here Norman Colglazier attempts a steal. Tournament directors to in X '- -1 ,ji Q., , .x 1,55 ,lt an m 'Sn-A fm, 47 X H xx Q f X fix S3 24 1 Nl.. 3 M My I , rd f M "A Q nf ,N 3195 if 1' X ,, . - f ,i 7 ,,.. ,, Z i 6 if 5 . "1 -' ' Y 4, "' . f Y . . if ,X 4, Q QQ w-rf . V K I WW! H. M, ,lx ,Q '- , "Va f X ox Y i x X, , ff WM ,, 4, A A li Z, k Wkiww i ,AM 4: xg K W 3 QL? ,Q Y iv . 2,5 N : N1 wwngxlllmmx X -f Nxxx . ' K MPM' . X. X . ., 'QI X. XX K X ,,.prWf map? - NN. , -Nagy, X ' ,4 .,Q1N'f'm'M I .ds'F""' XX" lf-.ff X x X 'N XX ik x X341 . 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EAGLE VARSITY-FRONT ROW, from the left, are Mike Long, Oscar Miller, Norman Colglazier, Zack Hayes, Don Mitchell, jack Plunkert, Coach Charles johnson. BACK ROW: Dave Burns, Wayne Hopkins, Dave Ebershoff, Carl Miller, John Savage and Bubba Bailey. ......L '::.-,Q.i- Ysulgz, 1 , 'ml ,V ,1 J? V., 4- TWO POINTS by Gary Shipman and the ro- P Q tection offered by Locke and jones add to the 91-54 romp over Ranger. Frosh prospects brighten varsity future Exciting things are promised for North Texas. This season's freshman basketball team brings talent aplenty to help support varsity play in the Missouri Valley Conference. Coach Travis Duncan's Eaglets, amid glances of awe mingled with wonder, zoomed to an 11-3 record with an average of 75.6 points per game. Behind the playmaking of stalwart Albert Jones, who averaged 20.8 points per game and snared an 8.8 rebound mean, the Eaglets rolled past such powers as the SMU Colts, Decatur Baptist College, Arlington State B, Austin College B and Hardin- Simmons B. Aiding Jones were Gary Shipman, Fred Shulz, Billy Tarrant and Ira Daniels on the boards with Johnnie Locke, Bill Hughs, Dwight Lowery, Buddy Pittman, Leon Miller and Johnny Choice playing out front. Five straight victories were the Eaglets' until a road trip to Decatur Baptist College dashed any hopes for an undefeated season as the Indians downed the North Texans, 69-61. But revenge was won when the Eaglets upset DBC in Denton, 71-67, with jones leading the attack with 21 points. The Eaglets finished the season Feb. 20 with a 91-53 rout over Austin College B team, making it two in a row over the Kangaroos. MUCH of the sports recruiting is done by Travis Duncan, fresh- man coach The Eaglets completed his second winning season. FORMER varsity member Les Pollock served as assistant frosh coach this season. He also scouted other MVC teams. X X QW ,,r ,l, .QL K X Q W K W ww NN , I, W W W X ,awww w mn X w bwwm. ww ,.- ----- - ---------W ---- --.- Q, f Oli 4 'Q 'XX .WIN N Q rw ,K VX X N mi xx if X WITH the advent of spring, cindermen everywhere get in shape and begin pounding the turf. North Texas is no exception as the track team readies for the season. Spring weather lures athletes out-of-doors The tangy bite of the chill of an autumn football game, shifting indoors at signs of winter to the warm atmosphere of the basketball gym, has once again mellowed, and nature has okayed a return to the outdoors. Sprinting tracksters, hastening to the cinderpath, and golfers, putting with renewed vigor, waste no time in perfecting their performances. At North Texas, Coach Pop Noah's track team eyes the outdoor meets with enthusiasm' after having participated in various indoor events. Coach Herb Ferrill's golfers won their first tournament of the season, the Southwest Recreation in Fort Worth, for the third year in a row, while hope for an MVC tennis crown was dimmed early in the season when Coach Ken Bahnsen was left without a team, the result of grade and disciplinary problems. Three transfer potentials were red-shirted for next year. Two football scrimmages-the Green and White and the varsity-alumni game-s-brought gridiron fever back, but only temporarily, as spring's beckon- ing could- not go unheeded. Warm weather had arrived. Opening the season with a 4-0 shutout of Iowa State, Eagle golfers celebrated the arrival of spring by dom- inating play in the South- west Recreation Tournament. 'I 322 i . .f .f,en4L.:...-.:..:2,n..ga'ua.L.4,:i.zYs. ,-as ,qf:...vz,.'.ea.5e ' . . ., Y . x Z X E 1 s X E 'WWW pmwmww, wwfwjm Sxffwzwwwwfmwgwx X wsvjiw. N-ww 2,11-W ' W f wi fl if 2 Zff WW W,f Q W 'own ,f 4, A, I ARVESTER SHEPHARD IS NT'S FIRST ENTRY IN THE NEW 530-YARD INTERMEDIATE HURDLES. l 9 oah s small track team looks to MVC With the small squad of only 13 members at the beginning of the season, North Texas' hopes for a team championship in the Missouri Valley track race appeared rather dim. Coach Winton E. fPopj Noah's compact track team, making fair showings at winter indoor meets, took to the outside tracks with anticipation. In a practice meet with Arlington State College at the beginning of the outdoor season, North Texas' per- formances began to look better, but in the first dual meet at Fouts Field, the Eagles were overrun 90-55 by Kansas State College of Pittsburg. But this meeting was not all dismal. Sophomore Calvin Bowser set a North Texas record in the javelin with a throw of 221 feet, 7 inches. Ronald Linscomb, another sophomore, erased a 13-year-old broad jump mark with a leap of 24 feet, 216 inches. In the Southwestern Recreation track and field meet in Fort Worth, the Eagles placed sixth, breaking one school record: Bowser's heave of 222 feet, 10 inches. The next week in the Border Olympics, North Texas again failed to be a serious title contender. COACH Winton E. CPopj Noah's Eagle track team once again poses a threat in Missouri Valley competition. CONCENTRATING on yards ahead, Don Fox takes the baton and the lead on the second lap of the mile relay. North Texas placed first. the 440 FRESHMAN team member Terr Strange starts his lap oif the mile relay. NT frosh placed fifth in the mile and sprint medley relays and first in the 100. LEADING the pack, Carl Holloway strides across the finish line to Win the 100-yard dash and another first place for North Texas. law all , ' l 12 li x K 1 I ill AT THE sound of the starter's gun, sophomore Larry Ortiz, El a member of the North Texas relay team, Sprints forward. .I 14 A A l - I w ' l i N 1 1 As iii jl 1 l l 1 w ,1 i T ' l Q r 1 w ln' NWI i I- 3 i , u i I l xlll 1 . lil' Il ,U up ,i-Ai. A 'w A 1: li iw git l ibly I A il l A .xl Ii i Q? l I l 1 : l Q 1 Ei! 'Q ii il EI W. , ll! I! 4 1 l ,, S4 ' QQ xl Ili i il A igi' 4: I r A 3 yy E1 KANSAS STATE of Pittsburg Q 'V leads the 440 relay as I A Carl Holloway hands off to l 4 Don Fox of the Eagles. lf Pittsburg won the event 1 with a 112.11 timing. , gl 326 '5 is 880-YARD specialist jack Peterson placed third in this event as North Texas fell 90-55 in the first dual meet. l ll li tri ij! lla ji: , . 1 lil, 1 4 ,llf 2 it i, i I .l' 6 l j ill wig ,ii l-. l ,l , l 'ij lx j 1, 4 w U f 'W l , i j , Tech, agles dominate 12th annual relays Lamar Tech grabbed six first places, but an in- spired North Texas team stole the show at the 12th running of the North Texas Relays as the Eagles won an unexpected five blue ribbons. Led by record-breaking Calvin Bowser's 228 feet, 1 inch heave in the javelin, which set a new Relays record, the Eagles gave the sun-drenched crowd its money's worth. As Bowser had been expected to cop the javelin, so Ronald Linscomb was slated to claim top honors in the broad jump and he did with a leap of 24 feet, 2 1f4 inches. Carl Holloway turned in a 9.9 100- yard dash to win this event, while David Ballauer hurled the discus 147 feet, 2112 inches. A come-from- behind anchor quarter by Fred Pink gave NTSU its other first place as the mile relay, composed of Holloway, Don Fox, Linscomb and Pink, added the climax to the day's events. UNDER the careful scrutiny of the high jump officials, a Lamar Tech entry tries to j clear the bar. TCU's Upton and Tech's Australian jumper Ridgeway tied at 6-4. 4 M is , H A? N . 's X Q 2-. s 'A 'r:r5 IV!" 7024 fl Aish ..xx lif t . K f ijif t at W ' a , Ari. X sk? t Bldg' - in r , . my as W, Q Q f so or . r ' 'Nr A i ess- , ,awp W i Si r Y, tk W Q '- X A ff, MQiicQIFxXN':V A css H ' . XxQ. A c ,XKQ r a STRAINING at the tape, anchor man Fred Pink finishes first for the Eagles in the mile relay with a time of 3.16.6, only 3.4 seconds off the record. VAULTER David Dewberry clears the 13-6 mark to claim a second place tie in the Relays. THE WAIT for the handoff is the most tense moment of a relay. A good handoff may mean victory, while ' a poor baton exchange 2 often spells defeat. , , , , Mm Y X ,hh .,...,.,,.f,.4v... , I "75T??"' 31 f , , --.-.4 wash- 3 ...an-an 4 V f wt ., ,M ., , , ,waywff X QQVCZ' f ,Wu . ' ' I f , A I ' ,fl 1, '45, fb ' 1 ,M 1 X ff' fk6,':7fXf , ' 2.71 fm my 5 ,, 4 4 I3 Af if " f I WM' 1 , Y' ff .1 l 4 ffm ff f ,i ,f - '- fw. A .. ,V Y fb l, , ew, Vi f ,uf V my , ,I X , Jn g ,4 ,,,f'f, , 75,0 H, 'V .W fm ff, 0 034511. 'iwwl aw.. aw wwf M mf ff f Sm -ww 0... Mwwmwmw ,.,,,,,W,.,,.,m ww ,ww M..-vwb, muiwx " W XS- Q xi Q. K Q g X. ,N x in N N5 W 5 - Q X 1 XS if . X X. ix A A Q K E Wx sy 'S w'xQx S xm N X . X X s xw X X X Xa 3+ X Q X S xx . xx N Q .. S wx N xx sy S "SHOOT!" cries freshman Mike McCright to another Eaglet as he takes COACH Pop Noah presents the Most Outstanding Performer the baton to start the final segment of the sprint medley relay. trophy to Lamar Tech s freshman 440 specialist Joe LeBlanc EAGLE tracksters, FRONT ROW, from left: Carl Holloway, Ron Linscomb, Larry Ortiz, Jack Peterson Calvin Bowser SECOND ROW John Chrisman, Arvester Shephard, Larry Smith, Bill Argo, David Ballauer, Herschel Wright. THIRD ROW Fred Pink Dav1d Dew berry, Don Fox and Coach Pop Noah. ff . ' t P 5x Q XKQX SQ? NN N 5 X N N 5 4 Ntx :MW ,,,. 4 6. 7 yi , fl- Q72 ifiamyyr Hu5,,,,.A f,f,,t,5 f li QM at 1. F "WW ' 1' K af t 5, fww, V W ' M09 'ima - ' I f 2' 'W' W, -H 1, , . g UQ I '-. , , ,fl an V, JW. ' V M J , if Z " 4 J . f, ' , 'Wim " ' V t ' tt' X ., 4 1 . tr. g .. -k Q Q ,X ' QX ,Agn QS' . ,wild Q--a .r ...,.1,y,, V , -Y, A-R-T-H-U-R P-E-R-K-I-N-S, signs the Los Angeles Rams fullback for a young fan. SOME 2,500 spectators saw the unveiling of the Eagle varsity vs. alumni football game as Coach Odus Mitchell's 1965 team squeaked past the former members 27-22. Varsity edges exes in first gridiron show A second Homecoming in one year? The occasion could easily have been called this when a deluge of exes des- cended upon the North Texas campus for the first Eagle varsity-alumni football contest. Headlined by professional stars such as Abner Haynes of the Dallas Texans, Arthur Perkins of the Los Angeles Rams, Garland Warren of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Ray Renfro of the Cleveland Browns, the affair was considered by NTSU athletic officials as a success-one they hope to continue. And the game itself could not have been any more exciting. Down on the 1- yard line with 40 seconds to go, the exes fumbled and the varsity recovered, earn- ing Coach Odus Mitchell's 1963 Eagle varsity a narrow 27-22 victory. Said Perkins after the exes' defeat, "I'll play any year they have a game." "BUT YOURS is all fat," exclaims one to the other on the sidelines of the ex- varsity game. Doug Stewart and Richard Farris are the two ex-stalwarts. f EAGLE quarterback Tim Falgout is pulled to the ground after a short gain. Two pro stars, Abner Haynes Q85 and Garland Warren C75j, contributed to the play. THE BALANCED attack of the varsity was too much for the exes desp1te the near upset AN ALL-STAR selection ot thc AFIIS Dallas Texans for the third year, Abner Haynes does something besides play mill: he sings at lmltitime. in i f CAPTAIN RIVES MCBEE LEADS THE EAGLE TEAM IN SEARCH OE MVC AND NCAA CONTENTION. a gles eye Missouri alley, CAA titles Coach Herb Eerrill has eight rays of hope aroused by the prospects of his Eagles Winning this year's MVC and NCAA titles. The eight rays are the North Texans on the 1963 Eagle golf squad. And the prospects couldn't look any better. Three members of last seasonis NCAA team, that placed fourth in the nation, are joined by captain Rives Mc- Bee who was out last season due to mili- tary commitments. McBee has made two previous NCAA appearances. Bobby Greenwood, Don Wilson and Elgie Seamster lead the Eagles, but strong support is expected from Ron Folk, Bob Thomson, Ben Whitten and Charles Wil- liams. Jim Baker, Bob Hodges and Barry Minke stand by as team replacements. COACH Herb Ferrill pauses at the 10th tee box to recall his lC2ll'll'S results on the front nine. R. XS Y A X V.lCl'l'URll5S at the Southern ,ll1lCl'COllC,!,1l2ll'C Zlllkl the Soulb- west Recreational tournaments belong to senior linksler Ben Wliitteii, who moves up on the Eagle roster. ADVANCING to the quarterfinals in the NCAA tourna ment in '62, Don Wilson is again a strong contender. 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'1,,w,f'y"'Ex9 mgw- , I' L ww H ' ' L5 , Nag 1 A ' 9525- :Q X f ' ',f'vMv4f , 'pf' I A Si X 4 ,ww , M ' Q K 5 A 15- Q A 4. xy f f Q , X - X X X 5 , ,Z Q W2 . f, x z Z" V1 X X l 1 I A VALIANT try by a Sigma Nu end in the waning moments of I ALL-STAR quarterback Karl prohl of the BSU Passes the game narrows the margin as BSU holds to its 9-6 lead. downfield for the first touchdown against the Playboys. :lf l I ntramural 1'1valr1es arouse school Splflt ig i 117' l V IT was a rematch of last year's playoff game, but this year BSU li COY WILLIAMS, student coordinator of intramural emerged on top despite a rally by the Ezar-led Sigma Nu team. i activities, is responsible for the 10-sport program. 340 X I Qi 'l 'lf Q 5 liRA'l'l?RNlTY league cellar- rlweller Theta Chi proves no nmtcli for the Sigma Nu machine, which adds another knot to its string of victories. zffww My M A DELTA SIGMA PHI halfback picks up yardage in an important fraternity league contest. The DSPs finished the season in ninth place. AN ATTEMPT to block a Karl Prohl pass fails as a Playboy jumps high in the air. Prohl's TD gave BSU the victory. QS S . Sigma Nu FOOTBALL RESULTS ERATERNITY LEAGUE INDEPENDENT LEAGUE I 1. Playboys 2 . Kappa Alpha s Hogs . Geezles 3. Quad Squad - PhiKaPP4Sig1m 4. Trojans . Sigma Phi Epsilon 5. Marauders 6 KaPPa Sigma 6. West Dorm II . Lambda Chi Alpha 7. Methodists 8. Pi Kappa Alpha 9. Delta Sigma Phi 10. Theta Chi INDEPENDENT LEAGUE II 1. BSU 2. Spartans 3. West Dorm I 4. Misfits 5. AEROTC 6. Delta Sigma Pi JCEL EZAR grabs a pass to threaten BSU in the championship game, but the underdog BSU line held, upsetting the favored Sigma Nus. DOWNING the Playboys was no easy task for the BSU team, sparked by Karl Prohl, to represent the Independent League in the playoffs. V . . A. . J ..fa..f-.1-1. -Q.. S, .,,.i,,,i.. .i.:a:.baa,,4ia:i.ak..:a...-4-K,-11:-lisau.:'-1.-1:ua:.f-f.1.1fs1:..,,,' ,- . . I,-.. . av:.'m4rnz:ussef ,, IN a passing duel between two opposing quarterbacks, Sigma Nu's McMullin scrambles for an Ezar pass in the BSU game. .gf I I , , X Qi: 2 X759 cj ,S SQ? if' XS? 5 fag Q J . xx , is 1 if Zf, XX R YN X QX S L igg W , , WM ,f ,, X TWO intramural all-stars, Kerry Kendrick and Bob Marshall, pit talents in the Hog-Musketeer game. A SIG EP scrambles for the ball and brings down a rebound in this fraternity game. The Sig Eps had two- Bill Magers and Jim Franklin- to make the all-star team. BASKETBALL RESULTS ERATERNITY LEAGUE INDEPENDENT LEAGUE 1. Geezles 1. Spartans I 2. Sigma Phi Epsilon 2. BSU 5. Sigma Nu 3. Musketeers 4 Delta Sigma Phi 4. AAHPER 5. Kappa Alpha 5. AFROTC 6. Lambda Chi Alpha 6. Hogs 7. Theta Chi 7, S858 8. Pi Kappa Alpha 8. Playboys 9. Phi Kappa Sigma 10. Kappa Sigma 9. West Dorm 10. Quad Squad REBOUNDING Skill, coupled with a fast-moving offensive pattern, gives a first division finish to the Spartan five. 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Matthews to a House finance com- mittee illustrates to North Texans the zealous effort with which he Works to maintain the school's aca- demic and professional status. Actual construction on a multi-million dollar building Program is only one of his recent accomplishments. Dr. Matthews and Dr. Adams study ll map of the proposed expansion ol the NT campus. xx x , X-Wwav h. 74 V . A.-YY 64- - -F... -gp, - gp, Y ,4f-5, Ng--h?m,.,,,,yAp-1 ., -guQ9'- fQ4u,,Q ' .L NE' :fix x W 7 iz' 4 7 ' 11? 7 V f 3' 7 X ' If ff 1 Q i, Hy, I fy, 1 . ' K W r MV My ,f 0, 7, xx 4. Z 4, , WW , f f f wg H , . x.. s f , X ff Q :QQ S S Q., , .. I Q ,g:' 'f ' 'N'- Q , M .. 14. 7 ,, . 3 Z ' se SM m is i5 X N Q X A w g, X ,Mfr Y f 4 ' f X f QV 'f I g , Z f xx ' Y 2- '92 fff. f 1 X 5 ...,...,, V Z f X g X 1 .4 WW 1:4 x , E .ff an 4 in J. N + Y ,AM "uw f Dr. Wfayne Adams Assistant to the President THROUGH a businessman's eyes, Dr. Adams closely observes tests being made on the proposed UB site. i Dail routines encompass aried duties, ,gi pppp Vice-President J. J. Spurlock is directly concerned with student activities. Among his varied duties are counseling students in degree Work, directing academ- ic affairs and coordinating registration. In contrast, Dr. Wayne Adams, assistant to the president, is in charge of the operation and main- tenance of the physical plant. He oversees build- ing upkeep, equipment purchases and traffic prob- lerns. SEATED in his office, Dr. J. Spurlock analyzes one of the problems which confront him daily and considers his decision. W f A ii iiii , . X gy, XQ ssl at Dr. J. Spurlock Vicar, Plcslc cnt F I 5 'S '17 ,.....-.-1 all 'lui dh lab L quo: nail 7 rbi i?5 nf' avi Mrs Kay Bates Assistant to the Dean of Women busy schedules A cramped schedule- gives Dean Imogene Bentley - Dickey a strenuous but interesting daily routine. Though kepti busy by conferences and speeches, she is available to women students for counseling on scholas- tic and personal problems. To male North Texans, William G. Woods, Dean of Men, is advisor and friend. He sponsors the Inter- Fraternity Council, and his office handles housing for men and married couples. William G. Woods Dean of Men Nl .fr W Dr. Imogene Bentley Dickey Dean of Women Mr. Charles W. Powell Assistant to the Dean of Men fi l Dr. Alex Dickie Registrar john E. Tompkins Director of Admissions E. H. Farrington Director of Placement Gffioes support school Non-curricular business of the university is transacted in three offices. The director of admissions and the registrar admit stu- dents and keep records of their progressg the business manager and comptroller han- dle the moneyg and the placement director finds jobs for graduates. Without these businessmen the curricular work of the university would be impossible. JOIN I 1. fiflflff 11.-iw i'.i1.1ii-.xii U"l'l""'lllC'l llllSll1LlS5 Al.lll.l5QCl 'Hr Q ll!! lm I GE. DBZ X 'E 'Y' p ar: gjif' Y, 2 if Extension servioe makes stud possible COUNSELING applicants interested in taking courses by correspondence or ex- tension is only a beginningg teacher cooperation is also essential. SCHOOL dietitians attend courses in the summer to acquaint themselves with the latest culinary developments. A boon to students unable to engage in resident study, the Extension and Corres- pondence office makes college courses available by mail. Under the extension plan teachers travel to nearby towns where a minimum number of students are en- rolled in a class. Both correspondence and extension work provide an opportunity for students to accumulate approved credits toward degree requirements. STUDENT assistants in the correspondence office are an asset in handling applications and mailing lessons and catalogs. ,, ,r,,,.,,,,. V .7,:: . 1: L- i 5 V ONE of the many cards filled out in registration is filed in the News Service Office. XWHILE trying to soothe a fearful studcnt's anxieties, the nurse carefully prepares her injured hand for X-ray examination. AFTER make-up, corrections and printing are completed on the Campus Chat, back-shop workers fold the papers for distribution on campus. Four centers supply benefits Four campus service centers provide a multiplicity of benefits to students and university personnel. The Print Shop prints the Chat, the North Texan and other matter used in administrative and enter- tainment functions on campus, while the News Service releases news and publicity occurring at NTSU. Two others, the Health Center and the Ex-Students Asso- ciation, function in the areas of student health and alumni news. EX-STUDENTS assemble in the men's gym after the Home- coming Game for the school's annual barbecue dinner. Courses of study yield Cultura and social tion, emph opportunity interest wit Students pr ate School pletion of Dr. Frank Gafford, Dean College of Arts and Sciences of Arts anc, and culturaQ l discipline ,ivisions-humanities, science, science-comprise the College Sciences. A liberal arts educa- asizing intellectual discipline experience, offers students an for centralized study in a major Q1 a background in humanities. epare for a profession or for graduate study. Many graduates discover that one degree does not offer adequate training in their chosen field and return for graduate work. An increasing demand for supple- mentary study is met by the NTSU Gradu- program. Seven master's and two doctor's degrees are conferred upon qualifying students following their com- degree plan requirements. MEMBERS of the Graduate Council are President Matthews, Dean Scoular, Dr. Pickrell, Dr. Roach, Curry, Dr. Spurlock, Dean Gafford, Dr. Scroggs, Dr. Dickie, and Dr. Nelson. Dr. Smyth, Dr. Toulouse, Dean I ,r.'1,,i N.. , YW ,YY, .YW .XF..-.,.....,-M.a-wig,-,.........,,w,-r.,.,.,,,,. . , , , V , . . . ....Y . . - - - ----- --vw V--f---'M -"eW"f"--f " W" -f---v-,, i 1 t . y I li It tl li fi l. 1 li Vs L , ,. 'I l is H ll 'i J 1 il 'I I i l l .E Q M, S H S: Qs S '! lf il is 'Z 'S Dr. Cora Stafford Director Art A quick stroll through the Art Build- ing reveals to mere casual observers the di- ' versity of artistic talent here. Varied fab- rics on the loom . . . stunning sketches by fashion designers . . . unique layouts on advertising desks . . . room and furniture plates in the Interior Design suite . . . weird painting in obscure corners . . . all UNDER the capable hands of an art major a lump of clay on the are roducts of student ima ination. potter's wheel finally begins to assume the appearance of a vase. P g Religion Provided by different church groups, the various religion courses offered by the Bible Chair of NTSU cultivate an honest understanding of the Bible. The impar- tiality guiding these studies encourages the student to frame personal ecclesiasti- cal philosophies or theologies. Donald E. Gowan Chairman THE FINAL bell finds ll Bible class in .1 state ot' turmoil .ms some students glance at lecture notes .ind others rush oft' to lnneh if Y' . r wk QP' ' I . if Us il!" Q S! T' 1 E1 English NVould you like to know more about Shakespeare? Southwestern literature? Creative writing? These and other courses -from contemporary American novelists to Anglo Saxon-are included in the Eng- lish department and vigorously fan the flame of literary curiosity. DR. BELCHER of the English department lectures on the Age of johnson and Boswell, in which he is an acknowledged specialist. Journalism Distinguished by pads, pencils and a Weary look from long hours of publica- tions work, journalists have a common bond. They Work together on the Chat and Yucca . . . create and criticize copy . . . party together at conventions and congratulate each other when success comes. The department-both faculty and students-is a family. C. E. Shuford Dr. E. S. Clifton Director, journalism Director, English WATCHING A TEACHER CORRECT A NEWSPAPER ARTICLE CAN BE A WEARYING EXPERIENCE Philosophy Questions of practical nature, existen- tialism and metaphysics are a few of the areas of thought which philosophy stu- dents contemplate. Through familiarity with past theorists, instructors guide stu- dents in the development of a historical concept of man's views of life. A PHILOSOPHY professor, after delivering a stimulating lecture, glows when his students gather at his desk after class to ask questions. Library Service The library service department has two primary purposes: to give librarians ex- perience in many areas and to acquaint collegians with cataloging. Freshmen are required to take a basic library service course to orient them to reference material available for their use. David A. Webb Director Dr. H. B. Dalrymple Chairman WORKERS install a new air conditioning unit which will make the library service classes more comfortable for student study and research. hliK Speech and Drama "Learning by practiceu' is the under- stood program of the speech departmentg drama, debate and education majors with a first teaching field in speech make the most of this program. Plays, forensic tour- naments and teaching make for long hours but rewarding results for versatile, talented students. A STUDENT participates as her inf structor demonstrates how a mirror can be a valuable aid in helping a child to overcome speech defects. R. V. Holland Director Foreign Language Overheard in the language department: "No soy espanol, pero algunas veces hablo espanol muy bien." "j'etudie le francais, et quand le pro- fesseur est de bonne humeur j'aime le francais." "Ich habe Deutsch gern, und ich spreche es sehr gut. Aber ich bin Deutscher." Dr. Phillip Smyth Director VERB conjugation, one of the most difficult areas in learning a language, is ex- plained through gestures by Dr I-Iieble to his German class . ine, , --- the procedure. CHEMISTRY majors anxiously watch an involved experiment, concentrating in order to make valid conclusions from the results obtained by the test. FINDING the results of a lab experiment requires com- putation and measurement. Teamwork simplifies Biolo g c Immersed in factual research concern- ing organic function and origin of plant and animal life, biology students keep pace with recent scientific discovery. They aspire to enter both professional and edu- cational fields. Faculty members also en- rich modern biological research. Dr. K. G. Silvey Director Chemistr A World-wide quest for a cancer cure has been joined by NTSU chemists. De- velopment of chemicals with possible can- cer-fighting properties has been encour- aged by a grant from the National Can- cer Institute. Labs have been added in Masters Hagl to make space for this work. Ur. J. li.. Ciarrico Director . , .., ,a-..s.,... 'Ing ' " qi 1 Q S "vs fs tx XG N "N I I l V gf! i Ar: ,, , , 9 I F' X I .,14""' .sc N ei. at r .. . AN ELEMENTARY education major uses plastic discs to demon- strate the importance of positional value in our number system. Physics With world-wide attention focused on the H-bomb, increasing concern for harnes- sing nuclear power places paramount need on physics research. Working in this di- rection, physics students daily seek clearer comprehension of principles and tech- niques, as they aspire to take part in shap- ing the world. Mathematics Steadily growing, the math department keeps pace with the increasing complexity of mathematical theory and practice. The involvement of mathematical principles is appreciated by even beginning students as they study use of the slide rule, differ- ential and integral calculus and number theory. Dr. Herbert Parrish Director Hands become more skillful Dr. L. F. Connell, jr. and judgment more Director accurate as student physicists practice in the lab. DEBATERS from the Young Republicans match their linguistic ability against the Young Democrats as they meet to debate a controversial political isssue. History Delving into past records becomes fas- cinating work as endless historical details add perspective to world and national situ- ations. By' understanding yesterday, his- tory students find social relations today are too complex to be resolved by justice. Dr. Frank Hall Gafford Director MEMBERS of the history staff listen as Dr. Newland of the government z department discusses the integration crisis in Mississippi. Dr. Sam B. McAlister Director Government Interested in aspects of government, stu- dents enthusiastically responded to a rare appearance of Associate justice of the su- preme Court Tom C. Clark. Sponsored by Sigma Delta Chi, men's journalism fra- ternity, justice Clark spoke on inside facets of the Work of the court. His enlightening speech was a refreshing break in classroom studies. s""" ls A -Q mi QI .ff Y' vi XR ' r Fr -ur, he.,-A STUDENTS gain a clearer understanding of American geographical regions as Mr. Leo uses a map to illustrate his lecture. Geo graph Grand Canyon . . . Carlsbad Caverns . . . the Black Hills . . . all previously vague places on a classrom map are highlighted for geography students when they take respite from the classroom. The five-week expedition furnishes the traveler geograph- ical perspective in a unique manner. ,. M -A. . . i f L 4 , V 4 Wa-aayxr, wax M it f Economics-Sociology H ' l ' f aa- - 1. at Miwitf ' w e l, C, I, ,' nigga I Warp! 4 ,afar "Ti a ' -- 23-rf?:?afg if wa 'aw ' ,tafaaw 2,1 fi H-omzi, faf - ml Q4 2L9,W47l?Zi?, W if -fm aw " Dr. Walter Hansen Insufficient knowledge of economic pro- cesses and social misunderstanding cause most contemporary problems. To help alleviate problems, students in economics and sociology attempt to acquire valid concepts of human behavior and economic structure by undergoing training and re- search in socio-economic areas. X! Ki XX I I "V M4 A KW . Dr. H. J. Friedsam Director PROFESSORS in the economics and sociology department pool their knowledge and experience in evaluating new data. 365 X i l 3 it Broad program train I Dr. O. Curry, Dean School of Business Administration l RAPID clicks of the typewriter are promise of a letter transcribed g another assignment is complete. AffQOIlN'l'lNG majors study the complex mechanical! construction nf' IHM lllilflllllffi to ,squirm llIl4ll'l'SlJlINlll1lQ of llrc- ClC'tilI'll'LIl slruilurcx STUDENTS and their professor consult a textbook to evaluate the legality of a clause in an insurance policy. B" ' tv i N if K3 1 l. .1 f I PICTURES play a major role in children's books, and Mrs. Olna Boaz instructs her students on the qualifications of a good picture to interest children. Dr. A. Witt Blair, Dean School of Education uture teachers anticipate seriou ,ei VIEWING a classmate on ' closed circuit television fascinates a young lab school lad. INDUSTRIAL Arts students add their abilities to the Christmas Pageant by constructing the manger scene. ttts' it ! in conditioning exercise classes. Ll..XlxNlNL- to tonc .ind con trol easily exlmustecl muscles is the prinmry function of performance Tomorrow holds for education majors the promise of sharing knowledge with others. They hope to lead curious children toward academic interest, to instill in teen- agers a desire for intellectual growth and to insure that college students will become thoughtful adults. These future' teachers strive to relate their own pertinent experi- ences to their work. LAB periods give home economics majors a chance to put their knowledge into practice. Dr. Florence Scoular, Dean School of Home Economics Home mana ement afford useful PREPARATION of numerous foreign dishes is part of the meal planning courseg students learn to cook meals for the home or for institutions. ONE of the requirements while living at the home innnzrgeinent house is to serve ll forinnl dinner. The big two-story house just east of the campus resembles a home, and for 28 home-ec majors each semester, it is. Cook- ing, sewing and cleaning-all done by approved professional standards-are rou- tine activities for the girls adapting them- selves to housework through experience. X vi 11 311 bill v- experiences Goals to be achieved in home-economics functions are set in accordance with each girl's plans to be a career Woman or a housewife. All the coeds learn through individual and group effort with the added benefit of making close friendships with girls of similar interests. A WOMAN, even at age three, cannot resist the temptation to glance at a nearby mirror. A STUDENT exhibits a model she has constructed of the dream house she has planned. 37I Y.'XRll7lW expressions on the faces of A Ls-lPlWCll.l Choir iueinhers indicate their reac- tions to the practice session. SENIOR Fred Sautter, with controlled nervous tension, skillfully displays his musical talent on the trumpet. ONE of the highlights of the Homecoming halftime was the large NT Marching Band. musiev attract audiences Tops in the country, the jazz program has twice taken first place honors at the Notre Dame jazz Festival. The stirring jazz bands have drawn the attention and praise of professional 'directors who often draft graduates into their groups. In vocal music, the School retains as fac- ulty members many former professionals who now devote their talents to develop- ing students' capacities. The A Cappella and Chapel choirs and Grand Chorus captivate audiences with finished perform- ances. MEMBERS of the AFROTC and Angel Flight load a truck with the donations collected from their Barrel of joy campaign. AFROTC members watch with interest as their instructor lectures on the latest type of pressurized pilot's suit. orld crisisprompts military enlistment With the dove of peace perched pre- cariously on the ramparts of the world, military obligation is foremost in the thoughts of young men at North Texas. The desire to serve as officers prompts many to participate in the AFROTC pro- gram. Drill and studies are combined in the logistics and tactics of air science. Upon graduation, these cadets are eligible for commissions as Second Lieutenants. Lt. Colonel Nash Lorino GIFTS and 21 l31ll'LlklC in full du-ss uniform were presented bv :Xir Force riders il their billltl lo honor the gr.ulu.1ting Al"RU'lik' .intl Angcl Flight comm.mdcrS 12 Outstanding Professors chosen '63 YUCCA names honor faeult Hopefully beginning a tradi- tion, the '63 Y UCCA is recog- nizing 12 outstanding faculty members for their ability to communicate ideas along with facts to their classes. Instituted by the YUCCA staff but executed by a selected two per cent of the student body, a formal but unpubli- cized poll sought to find not the popular teacher but the ef- fective one. Scholastic and campus lead- ers-the membership of Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi, Blue Key and Meri- tum-Were participants. They nominated 110 faculty mem- bers, from whom the 12 most frequently named are acknowl- edged here as the Outstanding Professors for 1963. The YUCCA pauses momen- tarily in the hectic academic pace to honor the outstanding pro- fessors at North Texas. Mrs. Eva Joy Sampley English Department i Shi .wmv IYW ff' -'mf' Q Dr. H. XV. Kamp, jr. Government Department H1 Awlllluzllfl llwlrlu Hnulwsfy IWf"HJlI'lIlHIlf , , 1 :Mr at Dr. W. R. DeMougeot Speech and Drama Department Dr. Ralph Eberly English Department Dr. H. K. G. Silvey Biology Department D W 'i ' .4-P"' Dr. Mary Whitten English Department For intellectual stimulus . . . and applauds dedicated teachers I QQ A talented teacher does not receive plaudits for scholarship. He may be outstanding by his classroom presence and subject knowledge, yet never be honored with certificates or given a deserved pat on the back. It is becoming, however, in those who recognize excel- lence to acknowledge it. Many teachers at North Texas maintain their zest and enthusiasm for their work with- out special remuneration or Commendation. It is such faculty members, who are able to instill a love of learning and pride of ac- complishment in students, that the YUCCA wishes to honor, we salute their enduring love and respect for the teaching pro- fession. 379 Edited by Carolyn Porter .......-.-.ii 38' 1 ll.. GRADUATE CLASS OFFICERS: Louis Ponthieu, Treasurer, Barney Wooters, V. P., Andy Wardg' President, and Shirley Langdon, Secretary. Alsup, Dale Lynn Whitefhoro B.S., 1962, NTSU Aslan, Farhad fBillj Teheran, Iran B.S., 1962, Midwestern University Belknap, Letha North Little Roch, Ark. B.M.E., 1962, Ouachita Baptist College Billings, JoAnn R. Denton B.S., 1959, NTSU Blatnick, Micheal M., jr. Hurft B.S., 1960, NTSU Boswell, James M. Seminole B.B.A., 1960, NTSU Butler, Grady L. B.B.A., 1960, NTSU Callaway, Byron Wayne B.S., 1962, NTSU Clark, Sterling B.A., 1962, NTSU Cooksey, Frederick B.B.A., 1962, NTSU Corse, Larry B.M., 1962, NTSU Criswell, David B.S., 1963, NTSU Crow, Martha june Wichita Fall: Wichita Fall! Dallas Dallas Sherman Rhorne Fort Worth B.S., 1962, Texas Wesleyan College Davis, joe W., Jr. B.B.A., 1962, NTSU Dever, Wayman T. B.A., 1946, Sam Houston Sherman W aro M.S.Ed., 1950, Texas Southern University Edwards, james D. B.S., 1962, NTSU Ezell, Robert B.A., 1960, NTSU Fowler, liugcne li, B.S., 1961, NTSU 4 382 Hope, Ark. Fort llyorth Denton raduates anti H25 41..- 51' H5 1',f 514- nu, Hifi NIL. M23 S! L11 QC Pts uf- --.. N nu- -..I P: Pas Ph Pl is ll. kr Sl in -u 7:1 Tu Eu Tm lx 'il I 11 2 -t 'J li ii L Gallagher, ,loc liort llnorrlt B.S., 1902, NTSU Gatton, Douglas NY". South Bend, Iml. 1 B.S., 1960. lntliana State College Green. 11111168 Ray H.!ll'l?lll.f LLB., 1959. Baylor University M.M., 1960, University of Miami B.A., 1962, NTSU jackson, James C. B.A., 1959, Central Bible Institute Wilkins, James H., Jr. B.B.A., 1956, NTSU Wilson, Blake Dwain B.B.A., 1962, NTSU Wooters, Bernard T. B.B.A., 1962, NTSU B.B.A., 19541, Southern Methodist University Hall, Joe M. Jr. Denton B.S., 1962, NTSU Hampton. Riley V. Megargel B.A., 1961, NTSU Hardy, Ann Gaineszfille B.S., 1962, NTSU HarriS. Richard A. Denton B.A., 1962, NTSU Hart, Euclid New Orleans, La. B.M.E., 1962, Loyola University Harvey, Pat Denison B.S., 1954, NTSU Hegar, Kathryn Holland B.B.A., 1962, NTSU Heizer, Jay San Antonio B.B.A., 1957, NTSU Hernon Bonnie Lee Owensboro K 1 I J'- B.M.E., 1959, Murray State College Holmes, Ruth Jane Texarkana, Ark. B.A., 1962, NTSU Hooper, Robert McKinney Dallas B.S., 1959, Tenn. A. 8: I. State Univ. Kidd, Robert S. Fort Worth B.S., 1949, George Williams College Mall, Harold Wymore, Neb. B.S., 1961, Southern Methodist University Mann, James Dallas B.A., 1962, NTSU Marth, Don Rosroe B.S., 1962, NTSU Mason, Thomas Shamrock B.A., 1962, NTSU Miller, Jerry D. Cbilton B.S., 1962, NTSU Obergon, Robert Havana, Cuba Special Student Pabst, John San Antonio B.B.A., 1962, Sul Ross State Palmer, Edwin Duncanuille B.A., 1962, NTSU Petty, Elsie Denton B.S., 1944, Southeastern State College Pierce, john F. Denton B.S., 1961, NTSU Pitts, Ann Wbitesboro B.B.A., 1960, NTSU Pleune, john R. Alexandria, La B.A., 1962, Hope College Ponthieu, Louis Houston B.B.A., 1962, NTSU Rogan, Dick Aiken! B.A., 1961, NTSU Roy, Gary Kermit B.B.A., 1962, Sul Ross State College Royster, Lawrence Dallas B.M.E., 1954, Murray State College Smith, Frank Grand Saline A.A., 1952, Tyler Ir. College B.S., 1957, NTSU M.Ed., 1958, NTSU Strader, Edward N. Gainesville B.B.A., 1962, NTSU Teddlie, M. Leon Mineral Wells B.A., 1962, NTSU Thetford, Alan Ray Newcastle B.S., 1962, NTSU Thomas, john Bruce Dallas B.A., 1962, Arlington State College Thompson, Mary Ann Durant, Okla. B.M., 1962, Oklahoma Baptist Univ. Thrasher, Gail Paris B.S., 1962, East Texas State College Walvoord, John E. Dallas B.A., 1962, NTSU Ward, Andy Italy B.A., 1957, NTSU Wenning, Michael H. Durban B.D., 1962, Texas Christian University Houston Ennis Dallas 'UZ W! in--ap' '65 f"'77' I .N-4 g "W, My fl IES s ,i . . . ..,,,.,.f .as 1 X -:li ' f lsszii? q 'W' M70 5 f 4-rp cf , Nw TV' . . 1 , f' ' . , A J . , I' y V ff ff A , ff x f, JV! . . - , 'i,f,-,rw V inf 22f'333'ilx1::!l2 Ma y W N fvdf "!""'Y' 5 .QA 1 X . .X M gx mg ,wx ,swf '-in .vi w X X Q Aaron, jerry Abcrnatliy, Roger Adair, Melba Adams, Billy Don Adams, Gloria Adams, Robert Adamson, Sandra Agnew, Robert Ahlfinger, Carole Ainsworth, Charles Albritton, jimmy Alexander, Betty Allen, Sandra Almand, Darrell Amyx, Shirlene Anderson, Jean Anderson, Willy Andrews, George Argo, William Arthur, Ellen Askew, James Athey, Shirley Atkins, Billy jack Aycock, Flora Bagby, Dorothy Bailey, Sandra Baker, Bruce Baker, Carolyn Baker, Lucy Baker, Margaret Baker, Mary Beth Baker, Ronald Barbee, joan Barkemeyer, Ruth Barnes, Sharon Bassett, Robert Baum, john Bawley, Margaret Beadle, Priscilla Beames, William Beiber, Judy Bell, james Belz, Linda Benedict, Calvert Bennett, John Benningfield, Laurita Bessire, Martha Bettes, Lawrence Bianchi, Don Biard, Charlsie Billings, Robert Bishop, George Bishop, Raymon Blachley, Carol Black, Suzanne Blair, Christine Blair, Oscar Blanks, Kay Blanks, Leroy Blassingame, Ames Boesch, Nancy Boettcher, Dan Boldin, jim Bolin, Nita Bonner, Judy Boone, Thomas Boozrnan, Rebecca Boren, Ruth Boren, Warren Borton, Doretta Boswell, Larry Boswell, Mak Rising S tar H ll gh es S ,brin gs Dallas Tyler Dallas Texarkana Killeen Teinyble Dallas S pearinan Graham Clehurne fachson, Miss. Avalon Sanger College Station C orsicana Longview Dallas Dallas Dallas Be evill e C larhsvil l e Hughes Springs Dallas Dallas Dallas S ilshee Port Arthur Dumas Stephenville Florence Dallas Rosehud Channelview Henderson Lewisville Gainesville Clarksville Wichita Falls Greenville Dallas Valley View Denison Midland Gatesvill e Denton Arlington Dallas Paris Denton Wichita Falls Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Denison Fort Worth Dallas C orsicana Fort Worth Denton Fort Worth Texarkana McKinney Collinsville Midland Longview Grand Prairie Senior SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Larry Sullivant, president, Rob Bransom, vice-presidentg Jody H armon, secretary, and, not pictured, Sandy Palmer, treasurer. l 385 Leander Boulware, Linda Bowen, Susanne Boyd, Cecilia Boyd, Gail Boyd, Marion Brewer, Lynne Bridges, Margaret Brightman, Berta Brittian, Ronnie Brock, Linda Brooks, Billy Browder, Bobbie Brown, David Brown, James E. Brown, Jimmie Brown, Jon Brown, Judy Ann Brown, Kathryn Brown, Ronald Brown Ronald E. 7 Brownrigg, John E. Bruhl, Dan E., Jr. Bruner, John Jay Bruyere, Milton T. Bryant, Nancy Bryant, Patricia Bryson, Charlotte Bryson, Valton Buck, Janice Buckingham, Charles Buckner, Kenneth N. Bunch, John R. Burden, Becky Burke, Gloria . Burke, Willianl H. Burross, Jack Bushnell, Jim Butncr, Sandra Bye, Barbara Cahill, Robert I rain g Abilene Kermit Lewiwille Dallaf Clifton Pilot Point Comanche Denton Kermit Ira Dallar Dallar T allapoosa, Ga. Deniron Dallar f Dallar Dallas I roin g Dallar H ozuton Dallas Lo n gview Tyler Dallaf Brady Brady Fort IVortl9 Midland C bico Texarlaana Dal I ar Glad e zz 'atef' K il gore lV'irlvim F.zll.r D.1ll.f.v Dal l .rx D. :ll.z,v 13.117113 5-. Calbreath, Donald Caldwell, Shelly Calhoun, Larry Cammack, Bill Campbell, Bernice Campbell, John Cantu, Josie Carlile, Carl Carlton, Billie Carnahan, Carole Caros, Georgia Carpenter, Robert Carroll, Mary Carter, Henry Carter, Kay Carter, Nancy Carter, Teresa Cash, Charles Castillo, Ben, jr. Chamberlain, Margaret Chamblin, Howard Chapman, Betty Chapman, jenna Chapman, Peter Chatham, Aurelia Cheairs, Bobby Cheshire, Ronnie Chesney, Joe Childers, Linda Christian, Jennie Clark, Barbara Clark, Lafonda Clark, Nora Claunch, Phyllis Clayton, Mary Clements, Carroll Clifton, john Cochrane, David Coe, Mary Cogdell, Bob Cole, Bobby Cole, James Cole, Jerry Coleman, Kenneth Collier, Carol i-11 - - -- Temple H onsfon Azle Freeport Crane Valley Mills San Antonio S tamfora' Gainesville Dallas Galveston Dallas Bremonal Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Temple Sonora Glaalewater Brownfield Sherman Ahilene Phoenix, Ariz. Marshall Odessa Wichita Falls Prosper Fort Worth Waco Dallas Montague Winnshoro K erroille Dallas Pam pa I rein g Dallas Fort Worth Paducah Amarillo Lnfhin Arp Mesquite Athens Seniors Collins, Jerry Collins, Robby Conkling, Wallace L. Cook, Bennie Sue Cook, Betty Jean Cook, Donald Earl Cook, John G., Jr. Cope, Mack Wayne Couch, Barbara Ann Cowley, Jenny Lee Cox, Janet Cramer, Carl R. Craver, Janice Crawford, Doris Creel, Nancy Cronin, Mike Crosby, Patrick D. Crozier, Patricia Ann Crutcher, Jerrell E. Culbertson, Jerry Cunningham, Connally Curl, Janice Ann Curry, Kay Dabney, Jerry Dahlman, David Dailey, Michael Danforth, Mike Darden, Helen Davidson, Susan Davis, Billye Davis, Carolyn Davis, Kenneth D. Davis, Suellen Dawson, Dewey H., J Deal, Wfilliain Clay Deason, Nancy Deatherage, Gary Deever, Diana Ann Del Bello, Roy Dellinger, Dixie Lee I. H ashell H ashell Lzidingtori, Mich. Blzie Ridge Odessa Dallas Longview Rogersoille, Tenn. Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Newcastle Terrell Beaufort, S. C . Dallas Dallas Azle Victoria Dallas Croshytorz Dallas Dallas Grand Prairie Longview Denton Dallas Fort Wo1'th Wichita Falls Kilgore Crane Alba Richardson Beizumorzt Jlesquite Dum'.zr11'illc A.l.:.v:1'vl Ciwfrr Denny, Linda Dickerson. D. Kay Dickinson, Donald joe Dillon, james A., jr. Dimitt, Billy Dixson, Mildred Dodson, Sandra Donnell, William A. Donnelly, Terrance Dorough, Bill Douglas, Beverly M. Dreisbach, Linda Kay Drennan, David Duckworth, Michael A. Duke, Clayton Dumser, Paul L. Duncan, Brenca Duncan, Douglas Dungan, Coralie Dunkins, Dennis Dunni gan, David Durham, Dana Dysart, Econom Kaye idy, Mary Eddy, Janette Edenburn, james Edgar, Marjean Eggleston, Gail Elder, Dan Eldredge, Joe L. Ellis, Frederica Ellis, Quincy A. Emmett, David D. Enderby, Mary jane Eoff, Sandra Joy Erwin, Kathleen Estes, Tommy Etheredge, Ronald S. Ethridge, joe Evans, james B. Evans, Jerald Evans, Mary Layne Evans, Sharon Farris Richard Fawcett, Carolyn Fort lIVorth Lnhhocle Texarkana Florissant, Mo. Slidell fachshoro H arst Eliasoille H zzrst Tyler Wichita, Kan. Tyler Denton Dallas Lam pasas Lincoln, Ill. Memphis Dallas Denton Fort Worth Dallas Merhel Fort Worth Wichita Falls Nemo Belton Clehnrne C orpzts Christi Bridgeport Sadler Canadian Belton Dallas Gainesville Sweetwater Baytown C orpas Christi Dallas Weatherford Brownfield Crane Kilgore Fort Worth Palestine Yoakam Class of '63 F easter, Margaret F ennell, Karen Ferstl, Kenneth Figueroa, Wilma Fike, Phenone Finley, David Finley, Marianne Firestone, John Fishbeck, J. C. Fisher, David Fisher, Theresa Fitts, jimmy Flynn, Billy Forman, Bud Fortenberry, Mary France, Arthur Francis, Francis, Linda Robert P Freeman, Leonard Freyer, Mary Anne. Fry, Dale Futrell, Charles Galloway, jean Gambrell, james Gardner, Kathleen Garvin, 'Rebecca Gary, joe Gaston, jeff Gaston, Joe Gazaway, Shelby Geeteh, Dolores George, Frances George, Frances George, Jacqueline George, Sam Gibson, Lawrence Gilbert, Paul Gilbert, Troy Gilliam Diane Gist, jaincs Italy Grover Reealrlrurg, Wir. San Angelo Deniron Atbenr Dallas Dallar Dalla: Fort Worth Muenrter N ocona Tyler Fort 'Worth Decatur Port U'7ortb H oufton Bonham Crane Corpus Clsrirti Frirco Forney Bloomington Denton Dallas Dallas Denton Denton Tyler Dallas Carrollton C lvivo Dallax Dal l 111 lV"eatlverfonl Seguin Mount Verffozz Eleufm S6'.lKQUI'lllc' - r .Alfilj.ilfLli Hairston, Billie Linda Hale, Dorothy Hall, Janice Hamilton, Judy Hankins, Conita Harberson, Larry Hardie, Calvin Harmon, Jody Harness, Joe Harper, Linda Jo Harris, Calvin E. Harris, Louis R. Harrison, Linda K. Harvey, Carolyn Hastings, Arthur W. Hatley, David Hauck, Terry Hayden, Martha Rae Haymes, Kay Hayn, Janet H errnl ei gh Dnncanville Bonham H nrst Newcastle Sanger Overton Carthage Frederick, Ohla. Mahanh Dallas Dallas Fort Worth Longview H ozzston B o yd Garland Tyler Dallas Dallas Gist, Larry B. Glendinning, Elaine Gloff, Betty Glover, Minnie Jean Gonzales, Steven Gordon, Patsy Gore, Michael Grable, David Graham, Janet Grant, Judy Gray, Richard E. Greene, Terry W. Greenwood, Avanel Greenwood, Shirlene Greer, Patricia Gregory, Jane Grimes, Clarence R. Grounds, Linda Grover, Carl Gullett, Ray Gunn, Diane Gurney, Richard F. Guthrie, Carroll B. Hadle Ter ack Y, fy J Hagelman, Harold, Jr. Dallas Dallas Clifton M onnt Vernon Dallas Longview Arlington Mineral Wells Irving San Antonio Weslaco Dallas Big S ,hrin g Dallas Irving Irving Big S prin g Arlington Dallas Dallas Arlington McKinney Floydacla Plainview Galveston 39l Hollowell, Linda Holmes, Jerry D. Holt, Billy Holyfield, Frank Honnegger, Sharon Hooks, Karenina S. Hopkins, Glynn Horak, Frank J. Horner, Jonelle Houston, Wayne E. Howard, Robert T. Howington, Jay Hrazdil, Donald Hudgens, Anna Faye Hudgens, Madalyn Rae Huffman, Donnie Huffman, Paul Hughes, Judy K. Hughes, Lu Diane Hummel, Judi Athens Weatherford Holliday Irving Dallas Nederland Van Dallas Longview Dallas Midlothian Wichita Falls Bnrhhnrnett C lehnrne Dallas Longview Longview Stamford S an ger Dallas Senior Haynes, Phil Haynes, Sue Carolyn Henderson, William, Jr. Henry, Joann Henry, Marilyn Kay Herrmann, Henry A. Hickman, Gilbert Hickman, Linda Hicks, Don Hicks, Ronald Hill, Fran Hilton, Margaret Ann Hinnant, John L. Hipp, Bill Hitt, Marilyn Hix, Autumn Hobbs, Dionita Hoffmann, Declan Holland, Carolyn Holland, David L. Waco Port Worth Longview Plainview Dallas Spain Groeshech Athens Rising Star Direct McCanlley Terrell Crane Fort Worth Wichita Falls Pasadena Van Longview Carthage Belton W I-Iuneycutt, Fonda Hunt, Gary Hurst, Timothy Hutcherson, Jennabeth Ingram, Meredith Irving, David Jackson, Bryan Jackson, Charlotte Jansky, Daniel Jaynes, Leila Jenkins, Hanny B. Jerden, Keith E. Jerome, Raoul Jeter, Galen A. Johns, ,David Johnson, Johnson, ohnson I , Johnson, Johnson, Johnson 7 Johnson, Johnson Bettye Lou Carrnaleta Cliff W. Dolores Ferol Marie Joe Larry Susan Jones, Adrian L. Jones, Jones Jones 7 Jones, Jones Jones, Covelle Darrell Jones, , Jesse Linda Martha Ann Robert Sarah Jordan, Jerry Jordan, Richard Justus, Charles Kammerer, Jim Keeble, Jack G. Keeble, Mary Keiffer, Richard S. Keil, Nancy Keller, Judy Ann Kelley, Lex Kennedy, Ivan Nolan Kern, Myrtle Kerr, Patricia M. Kerr, Phyllis Gainesville C orpiis Christi Spar Sherman Gary C orpas Christi Mesquite Bowie West M onahans Lewisville Dallas Amarillo Garland Dallas New Boston Irving Amarillo Dallas Dallas Cisco Pecos Kilgore Irving Stephenville Mineral Wells Garland Gatesville Grand Prairie Dallas Fort Worth White Oak Gainesville Azzhrey Dallas Athens Olton Dallas Gainesville San Angelo Stamford Plano Fort Wo1'th Carrollton , Carrollton Kiecke, Danny Kieke, Sandra jean Killen, Byron N. Kimball, Bill Kindrick, Roy King, Carl King, Milton D. King, William G. Kingston, David Kinser, Holly Kinstley, Warren Kneupper, Sandra Class of ,63 Rosenberg Brenlsarn Dallas Borger v Gazfesnille Fairy Cisco Dallas Tyler Gorman Corpus Claris!! New Braunfels Knight, Ed S. Knott, Tornrny Koehler, james Koncak, Karen Kramolis, Wanda Kromer, Preston L. Kucera, Leon L. Lamb, Rex L., Jr. Landers, Mildred Larkin, james Latta, john M. Laughter, Mary A. Lavender, Carol Lee, Nelda Lee, Peggy Joy Lee, Sherry Legg, Laura Beth Lesure, Sharon Leverett, Mary Lewis, Darrell Ley, George Liles, Karen Lillnrd, Phillip Livingston, Priscilla Loetterle, John Dallas Texarkana Texas City Dallas Waco B or ger Ennis Mount Pleasant Collinsville Dallas Dallas Beezfille Dallas Rising Star Fort lVortb Pam pa Denison Dallas Coleman Grana' Saline D.ill.n Temple I.1lk.ilwm i . IVKQ L-. Jkt' 'I '-UTEP. Lovette, Linda Lllaldllalll, Charles NV. Lund, Max Macbeth, Mary McAnally, Toby Louise McBee, Rives R. McCaffree, Charles McCall, Caddy McCall, Mary McCasland, Elaine McCollum, Wanda H. McDowell, Carolyn McDowell, Charles McGill, Janet Mclntire, Kenneth Mclntosh, David McIntyre, Myra McKinley, William G. McLaughlin, Juanita McNeill, M. Carolyn McPherson, Nancy Jo McWilliams, Richard T. Magers, Bill Magnenat, David Mahaney, Buck Malcolm, Dennis D. Malone, Mary Malone, Sue Maris, Don Marrs, William M. Martin, Billy Mitchell Martin, Judy Martin, Nelda Sue Martinek, Dianna Marx, Melvin Marx, Robert Mason, Ann Mason, Sandra Massey, Norma Masten, Donald W. Mathews, Carl I. Mathews, William A. Mathews, Zelma Mathis, Beverly Mattingley, E. Leu'is' vil l e Lahe jackson Clifton Pasadena I raan Denton Van N oeona C orsicana Wheeler' Gainesville Fort Worth Richardson Fort W'orth Roscoe H onston S pringer, N. M. Clehnrne Grand Prairie Ben Wheeler' Stephenville Irving Azle Gainesville Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Monahans Plano Dallas Brownwood Ennis C larhsville Dallas Dallas Dallas Denton Sanger Tyler Paris Tyler Gainesville Stanton Seniors 396 . ,.. . F. .-.A A Y,-..... 2. .A ..:....-... a.f..a,..:2a,4.,1u.iuymf.,:,-:1xfau1::1e3L.a..,1.' ....f....n ii, .W , ., ,,,.-,., ,, L . . ,,,,...r .,.x....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Matzinger, Kay Mauk, Rue Eldon Mauritzen, joe Ann Maus, Laura Jeannie Maxey, A. Russell May, Arthur A. May, Caroline Terry Mayfield, Robert Mays, Sylvester Meadows, Mary Elaine Means, Patricia E. Medlin, Barbara Meissner, Herbert E. Meister, Lenora Melton, Darlene Meredith, Linda Meridith, Van Merritt, Marylin Michalsky, Anthony Millaway, jack H. Mitchell, Lawrence Mitchell, Stephen G.: Mitchell, Tom Moazzami, Sheila Monroe, Dave Moore, Bonnie Moore, Joan Moore, JoAnn Moore, jo Mac Moore, Margot Moore, Reba Moore, Wilson L. Mooring, Donna Morgan, Dale S. Morgan, Robert Morris, Carroll Morris, Rosemary Morrison, jacqualea Moss, janet Mower, john Grabarn Lovin gton, N. M. Carthage Dallar Longview Dallar Dallas Dallar Terrell DeKalb Dallas Roanoke Cranfillf Gap Crystal City ' Overton Kerrville Terrell Dallas Crosby Carrollton Fort Worth San Franeirco, Calif. Fort H'7ortb Rayrnonafville Fort Wo1'tb Fort W'ortla Grand Prairie Panzpa Krunz Detroit Fort U"'ortZ1 Fort ll"'ortZv Hurrt Garlami 134111115 D.1I1.:,.- Su 'c'c'I'If '.II'PI' I rrilng Q1P'e'c'PIl'.'llc' ll"i.'lvi:'.: l7.zff,v Ordeneaux, Jay Dallar Ottman, Diana Longview Overall, Sara Greenville Ozymy, Donna Ennis Padgett, Morris N. Dallar Palmer, Sandra Fort Worth Pappas, Betty Ann Texarkana Parker, Jane Brownsboro Parker, Sandra Teneloa Parkman, Bobby Kilgore Parson, Nancy Honrlon Patrick, W. Fort Worth Patterson, Patricia Longview Payne, Melissa Kaufman Pearce, Molly Sweetwater Pearson, Pollye Fort Worth Peck, Ben Annona Pendergrass, Donald For! Wortla Peninger, Ernest Breckenrialge Perdicaris, Patricia Kilgore Musgrove, James K. Nash, Patsy Ruth Nation, Robert W., Jr. Naylor, Robert Nelson, Martha Ann Nelson, Nancy Newcom, Mollie Newsom, Roy L. Nichols, Melvin Nichols, Shari Nicol, David Nicosia, Ralph T. Niemeier, Janice Nilsson, Warren L. Nixon, Judith Marie Noll, Georgia F. Norris, Jane Hartwell Northcutt, Aneta Northwick, Charles Norwood, Judy Nunn, Max O'Brien, Bill O'Dell, Bill Odom, Loy Oliver, Kirven liorl Worllf Sanlff For! Wvrllf Wicnlla I "alll l3aylow11 Allanla For! Worlb Big S prin g Dallaf For! Worlla Dallar Waco Dallar Dallaf Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worzfla Corricana Dallaf CorJicana Brownfield Pilot Point B or ger Sanger Oeleffa 397 Class of ?63 Perdue, Arlene Pettus, Linda Phillips, john B. Phipps, Rex A., jr. Pickett, Thomas Pierce, Morris Pillers, Patsy Pilliod, Donald Glen Pinson, Duane Pitchford, Gloria Pliler, Robert D. Porter, Benton Porter, Skipper Porterfield, Glenn P. Porterfield, Mary Lou Potts, Don Powell, Ann Powers, Edwin Presley, Charles Prewitt, Gerald W. Pribble, jon Price, Bob Prohl, Karl Pruitt, Suzanne Pugh, Rose Quillin, Barbara Rager, Ernest- Ralston, Judith Raney, Ronnie Ranton, Billy R. Reaves, George Reeves, Sidney S. Rehnl, Vita Reid, Diane Reuther, Alma Grace Reynolds, Phil K, Rhodes, Anita Rich, Franklin D. Richers, Charlotte E. Richman, Robert Dallar Tnxcola Dallaf Fort Worth Fort Worth N ew B oston Amarillo Bonham Parir Dallaf Fort Worth Cifco I roin g Weatherford Sherman Dallaf Pero: Bridgeport Fort Worth Dallas' Auftin H allwill e Tahoka Athens Carrollton Texarkana Mcfllerter, Olela. Midlothian Whiterhoro Ennif Wichita Fallf Ifdlj' Rozfhwood Rorheffer llyichim Fallr Fort llworfh Dsfzifvzi ,Durzzkvs S1l'c'c'7I.l .H.Illi.J'iigi.:iir' 5 . ,. ,f 3 X. i ,ff lf ,,' ,N , 31, ,f,, ., .ff . " , I , 1. - .-ja' Ziff' , i 1 l , i l -,.f. l jr.-"' u ,,, l 3.-,Q-1, 4 A, 1 I'-55-L f .f' 5-5: I fjii. ,,- f-ir ' ,,- 4 -,, I 1 Qi L- iw-"P l- v ,:.vi..l fifth N- il H Fxlil in ET-li fli- x F25 2:2 bk lg - lgfifa 'ww lr'-.Ski A ! I xxpsn Q 2 Ng, . 2 jc. to " 4 5 l -i S 'XL .. 1 3 l l . 4 Riley, .h lnry Rinehart, XVillian1 R. Roberds, Lanny Roberson, Charlotte B. Roberson, XVayne Roberts, Gay Nell Roberts, jerry Roberts, Nancy Roberts, Richard Robertson, Barbara Robertson, Don Robertson, john P. Robertson Phil Robertson, Sue Carol Robinson, Brenda Robinson, Bunny Robinson, Glenda Rohlfing, Sue Roller, Linda Rosser, Edna Roten, Jeanie Rowe, Linda Rowe, Ralph Wayne Royall, Jackie Russell, Linda Russell, Pat Ryan, Billy Ryan, Shelley Sanders, Charlotte R. Sanders, Linda Sangalli, Paul Sapp, Bobby K. Sapp, Mary Ellen Sassanella, Thylis Savage, james Edward Schattel, Emil Schlittler, Libby Schooler, jamie Schultz, Bill Schulze, Herbert W. Scott, Evelyn Linee Scroggins, Bonnie Seigler, Linda Selby, Nan Self, Sheron Sahinal A ralon Odessa Seymour Terrell Gladewater Amarillo Amarillo B or gel' Sherman Tyler Greenville Dallas Dallas Austin Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Plano Dallas San Antonio Dallas Dallas Hurst Fort Worth Van Seymour Denton Center McGregor Texarhana Mahanh Mahanh Fort Worth Denton H erml ei gh Marshall Rohert Lee Hutchins Lockhart Kilgore Bowie K rum Denton Stephenville Smart, David Denton Smith, Adelle Friona Smith, Barbara Ann Dallay Smith, Betty Stamford Smith, Brenda Fort Worth Smith David L. Dallas Smith, Denny Kilgore Smith, Flo Newcaytle Smith Hal Tyler Smith, Judy Friona Smith, Margery Fort Worth Smith, Patricia Dallas Smith, Patricia L. Denton Smith Robert T. Springfield, Pa. Smith Sammie L. Fort Worth Smoot, Carolyn Mineral Wellf Sorensen, Elna Galoefton Sorrell, joy McKinney Sorrell, Pat Warhington, Iowa Spain, Linda Decatnr 400 Senior Sessions, jerry Settle, Koma Sue Severin, Agnes Seward, Jeanne Sewell, Betty Shafer, Kay Shannon, Jamie Sharp, Sue Shaw, Allie Mae Shelton, Shirley Shepelwich, Carolyn Sherk, Thomas Short, Betty Simpson, Nancy Simpson, Wilford Sims, Sara Frances Skubas, Mary Jane Slaton, Mae Slaughter, Jerry Sloan, Ronald Saginaw S par Macon, Ga. La Feria Waco McCarney Stephenville Blne ge Kilgore S rnithfield Dallas H onfton Arlington Farnyworth Weatherford Atlanta Dallai Lon gniew Gainewille Grand Saline 7. 5... f 'lf ,, z' ,t ff, i M. xv, .f f. 1 f Z4 1 ft ..r 1 "4 .-- 1 l,., . - v -4' ,,, N Q-4' E ,I ,IQ '-ef .f-, 1 'ig' -,. 2.-A . lil WZ' f, .,,-. V "-Z! i ..- 33' QQ! in Eh: lk F Www' ,' was , .-1 Q' Z? ii' Spauu. Claude E. 1j,je,, SP-lflii K-15' Dalia..- Spe.1rm.1u, jo Fort llyorth Sprague. Nita 50,-ge, Stamps. Sue Tyjw. Stanfield, Dorothy Dalia, Stanfield, james N. Hillfhoro Steele, Marilyn Pampa Stewart, Linda Baden, Pa. Stewart, Reuben D. San Angelo Stewart, Willian1 F. Dalldy Stovall, Gerald D4114 5 Stover, Henry L. Dallay Strain, Mary Lou Lancayter Stranahan, Martha Port Arthar Street, Gloria Dallay Stroud, Sharon Van Strube, jackie Pittsharg Stuart, Bill Ranger Stuart, B. Denton Sullivant, Larry Gainewille Summerlin, Barbara Dallas Sunderman, Chris Cleharne Swaney, john Sherman Sweeney, Mike Richardfon Swift, Kathy Hoafton Tadasa, Kayko Tohyo, japan Talley, Joe Irving Tanner, Charles E. Dallaf Taulman, Joanna Fort Worth Taylor, Bobby R. Midlothian Taylor, Delretha Vernon Taylor, Frances M. Bradley, Arh. Taylor, John R. Croyhyton Taylor, Joyce Midland Taylor, Terry C. Denton Taylor, William D. Guatemala City, C. A. Teague, Richard Fort Worth Telfair, Raymond C II Etmii Termaath, Valeria Ddlldf Tester, Ronald L. San Angelo Thetford, Dorothy Thigpen, David Thomas, Priscilla Thomas, Rosemary Gilliam, La. Denton Dallar Colorado City Class of '63 Tiller, jim Tinsley, Talmaclge Tipton, Barbara Tolliver, Donald H. Tompkins, Ima Jo Torrence, Mary Travis, Susan Traylor, Bobby Truitt, Larry Tuckfield, Fran Tullos, Mo Turbeville, Lester Ulbrich, Dea Vacek, Robert Van Hoose, M. J. Vann, Jerry Ann Varley, Nancy Vaughn, Walter L. Vaupel, Virginia Ventimiglia, Tony Vestal, Olivia Vinson, Phil Vitanza, Frances Anne Vyner, jeffrey L. Wade, Wayne Waggoner, Bascom, jr. Waggoner, Diane Wagnon, Barbara Waite, Marilyn M. Waldon, Ierry H. Walker, Martha Kay Walker, Robert Wall, Jack Walls, Arla Walters, Suzanne Walton, Bob Wfarcl, Berl XV. Wfard, Ebbie H. Wfard, Mary Alice Wlare, Phillip E. Dallay Marlin Fort Worth I rea' ell N ocona Hoafton Dallas Bailey Waxabacbie Dallaf Corpus Clarifti Denton Longview El Campo Denton Bouier City, La. Fort Worth Denton Dallar Dallaf Longview Fort Worth Dickimon Claannelview Kermit Sweetwater f Dallai Abilene Dalbart Denton Kermit Tyler Fort Worth LIJCIZYBFJ Ft. Laurlerdale, Pla. fzii-at G'.:rl.:ml ljdllls fx C7al7tl.f.ll.l lfvrf ll'l-rflv 402 P XVart'ield, Gerald A. Wfarren, Rose Nell Wlarwick, Henry XVashington, Marilyn Wlatson, Jan Wfeaver, James Webb, Bill H., Jr. Wfelch, Jerry Werner, William Wlest, Turner W. Westdyke, Carole Evalyn Wheeler, Charles James Whigham, Billy White, Don White, Donnita White, Neal Whitehurst, Melvin Whitford, Paul Whitten, Ben Whitten, Samuel Whitworth, William L. Wilbanks, Jimmy Wilburn, Albert Wilks, Judy Willard, Charles E. Willenburg, Mary Lou Willhite, Carol Willhoite, Janet Williams, Bill Williams, Billy Don Williams, Coy Williams, Iris Williams Judy Williams Marsha Kay Williams Walter Williamson, Ray Wilson, Janice Collame Wilson, Jim E. Wilson, Zelomie Jean Windham, Caroline Winslar, Mary Catherine Wisdom, Lu Juana Wisdom, Sue Wittenberg, Susan Wood, Kathleen Mineral Wells Fort Worth Lancaster Fort lVortlJ Denton S ea goville Dain gerfiel d Dallas I roin g Anna Dallas Greeley, Colo. Dallas Texarkana Al ban y Wellington Mesquite Azle Arlington Troap Dallas Belton Dallas Texas City Keller Lorneta Pasadena Grapevine Terrell facksboro Stephenville Richardson McCarney Callisbarg Tyler Brownwood Dallas Sherman Lorenzo Jonesboro Gatesoille Denton Wichita Falls Dallas Colorado City Woodland, Jim Woodley, Janis Woodling, Carolyn Woods, jerry C. Woods, Linda Woosley, Betty Seniors TALENTED fingers are numb and whisks of wind are chilly, but band members seldom miss the strenuous practice for their halftime shows. Blooming Grove Paducah Dallar Graham Lon goiew Dallar Wooters, Margaret A nne Dallas Wootten, Patricia Clarendon Wootton, Dale Dallar Wright, Herschel Indianapolir, Ind. Wright, J. Wayne Dallar Wright, james Terry Tyler Wright, Michael H. Brownwood Wyatt, David Troy Wylie, John Michael Dallas Yancey, Bayne Allin Galveston Yarbrough, Cathey Bluff Dale Yeager, John Aulton Nevada Yeakley, Charlotte Dailax Young, Armilda Irziizg Young, Bill Alillmp Young, Mary Catherine l'icfor.F.: Y oung, Patsy Ruth :Isla Youngblood, jesse Ziinmcrmnn, judy Zorns, Elizabeth llnlc'l1.:1'.1 ITJIIJJ' S1'.!l?1f0".J, BU-1 if' F . 0 I. S Abernathy Suzanne Dallar Absher, Truett Acord, Mary jane Akerlund, Eric Alberson, james H. Aldridge, Paul A. Alexander, Carole Allen, Ann Allen, Barbara E. Allen, Davy Mack Allen, jimmy Allen, Marvie Eleanor Allison, jean Anderson, Amelia Anderson, Glenda Anderson, Sharon Anderson, Tom Anglin, Gladys Anthony, Mark Appleton, Rex E. Arrington, Kenneth Atkinson, Beverly Ayers, Norma Jean Baber, Cyndie Bacon, Edward Bagby, Nancy Fort W0l'lb Port Necbef Dallaf Bryan H enderron Plainview Abilene El Paro Waxabaehie Perri! Grand Prairie Springtown Dallas Mount Pleasant Lewiwille Harkell Gainewille Fort Worth Big S prin g I roin g Lawton, Okla. Denton Tyler Fort Worth Ea? en JUNIOR class officers: A Dorthea Watkins, a vice-president, Jack Conlee, president, Sandra Primeaux, ' ' secretary, and Cindy EF gig Thompson, treasurer. Class of ,641 Bailey, Charles Bailey, Ian Baker, Beverly Baker, Dorothy Baker, Ruth Baldwin, Dianne Baldwin, Pat Ball, Beverly Ann Ballauer, David Balthrop, Steve Bandy, Janice Banks, Robert Bankston, Douglas Banner, Nick Barbee, Ayn Barbee, Linton E. Barbee, Melissa Barksdale, Robert Barnes, Bryan Barnes, james Barnes, Phil Barnett, James Barrington, Barbara Bartholomew, David Bass, Karin Bates, Carol Battles, Bobby Clarence Baxter, Mike Beck, Charlene Beckham, Gwen Beebe, Charles Beene, Richard Belyeu, Linda Berry, Don Berry, Jean Bewley, Ivlargaret Beyette, Susan Bickle, james Billington, Selenda Bird, Betty Dallas Plano Saint Louis, Mo. Weatherford Port Arthur Dallas Alice Bonham Azle Slidell Gainesville Fort Worth Dallas Odessa Midland Brownfield Denton Denton Lon gniew Fort Worth Fort Worth San Angelo Throchmorton Brownwood Meridian Kilgore Seymour Texarkana Dallas Beckham Vernon Canadian Fort W'orth Dallas C isro G.:im1r1'illr Fm-r un0I'fl7 G'.!l'l.J7Illy T1-fli.: Dall. is Birt, Ken Dallar Bissett, Robert C. Ballinger Blacliard, Robert fznzetioyz Blackburn, john Dallar Blair, Elizabeth Anne Waco Blake, Billie S116 Kgmztzg Blfln, N012 Waxabaebie Blanchard, Catherine Port Neeloef Blanchard, Michael Ireland Blanton, Bob Slaerrnan Bobbitt, Dwon Village Milly Boenker, Martha Lewiwille Bogle, Roger fanewille, Wir. Bolin, William Dallar Bolls, jackie Longview Bonner, Ed fackrboro Boone, Tom Dallas Bossman, Elizabeth Cbiekafha, Okla. Bostick, Jan Belton Boswell, Danny Azzftin Bounds, Bill Sanger Bowers, Linda Abilene Bowman, Dorwin Lee, II Fairport Harbor, Olaio Boyd, Betty Sue Vernon Boyd, Martha Dallaf Boyd, Sharron Mefquite Bradberry, Ila Dee Enlerr Bradford, Betty Fort Worth Bradford, Laurell Lewisville Bralley, Sandra Hozzrton . . . Sure they're freshmen, can anyone else be so uncollegiate? Good grief, their tennis shoes are still clean . . . Well, coming across the slab I was mangled by a skater, but otherwise . . . Let's get a cup after we check the mail . . . . . . How come you always get mail and I never do . . . Now for some coffee . . . Can't believe I've got an exam today and haven't studied . . . . . . So the other day I said to Sally I said Sally why don't we go to the U.B. but did she go to the U.B. no she did not she just went to class oh hello Sam instead and well I'm just . . . . . . Hand's still cramped from taking history notes . . . Guess I ought to hurry, I'm ten minutes late to class already . . . Two coffees, please . . . COEDS bounce into the post office, write letters, chat with each other and buy stamps. Eds just check for letters and let it go at that. QS San Angelo i i I i n l z e i I L I I l 1 l I l 1 4 l i 4 uniors i I i l l hi 40a to ., Brasseaux, Barbara Braswell, LaVerne Bray, Dianne Breedlove, Beth Brewer, Ronald Brinegar, Carl Brown, Anthony Brown, Bill Brown, Florence Brown, Frank Neil Brown, Freddie Brown, james W. Brown, Janette Brown, John T. Brown, Juanita Kathryn Browning, Tommie Brownlee, Elizabeth Brownrigg, John E. Brumbelow, Karmen Bruner, Necia Bruton, Barbara Bryan, Donna Bryant, Arlen Bryant, jimmy Bryson, Sandra Buce, Grant Buchanan, Sandra Buckner, Barbara Bullard, Ann Burch, James O. Burch, Jimmy Burch, Robert Allen Burk, Ann Burkett, Carolyn Burkley, Donny Burns, Melvin Burr, V icky Burrow, Sandy Butler, Alice Ruth Byrd, George H onflon Dallas Dallar H onrlon S nyaler Dallar Pam pa Dallaf Mexgnile Dallar Frort Glaalewaler Bi g S prin g Dallas Imperial Garland Denton Fort Worth Mineola Fort lVortlJ Baytown Big Spring S tinnett Brady Lon gzfiew Rockett Dallar Denton Perrin AFB W'ill,r Point Arlingion Tyler La Grfmge Dallizy Kvrnzif Ijililli-J .qbc'I7lr'. I H' I ri 'I fs, R5rl'.:1'. ly. if 1 . X . 'N-. . 73-Q s . 'K it . "N :fr Cagle, Judy Chapman, Marie Chedester, Gay Childers, Joe Childers, Wayne Choate, Jack C. Clark, Judy Clark, Rena Clark, Sandee Clary, Nelda Clifton, Jeannie Coalson, Linda Cockerham, Carole Coco, Allen, Jr. A Cohen, Billy Coker, Mack Cole, Cathie Cole, Fred L. Cole, Sue Collins, Barbara Collins, Mark Tern pl e San Antonio Dallas Dallas Sweetwater Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas Orange El Paso Weatherford Shreveport Odessa C leharne Colorado City Marshall Fort Worth Houston Athens Fort Worth Vernon Callaway, Peggy Afyyle Campbell, Alice H0flAfl0f2 Campbell, Bobbie LOIZJWIUYU Campbell, Glenn Dflllrlf Camplen, Carol Dflllelf Canavati, Gloria Waco Cannon, Robert Dallelf Capps, Arthur Dallas Capps, Robert, Jr. Gainesville Carlton, Ann L. Longview Carr, Camilla Kerinit Carson, Earlene Bridgeport Carter, Camille Tyler Carter, Diane Dallas Carter, Don L. F01'1f lV01'1fl9 Carter, Glenda Grand Saline Carter, Ray Winh Carter, Charles, III San Angelo Carver, Eddie Irving Cary, Kenneth E. Houston Castleman, Bill Stinnett Cavin, Carolyn D. Fort Worth Chance, Jack Dallas Chapman, Dwight San Jaan, P. R. 409 Davis Adrian D. Davis Beverly Davis Charles T. Davis, Gordon Davis Karron Davis Kayrene Davis, Richard Davis, Swanne Davis, William Paul Dawson, Debbie Day, Debbie DeBolt, Marti Denney, Dolores Dess, Betty jo DeVaney, Rosalie Dickie, Kent D. Dietrich, Tom Dillard, Diane Dillard, Janice M. Dodson, Allen E. Dodson, Ronnie jean Donowho, Veva Dorr, Karl Dotson, Melva Douthitt, Richard Dowell, Harold Downs, joe Drake, Thomas, Jr. Dreisbach, Joe DuBose, Gaylan Duff, William G. Duke, William Dyer, Donna Dyer, Jean Eaves, Gail Echols, Ray B. Eckler, Mary Edwards, Patricia Elbert, Alice Elder, Tommy Elliott, Donna Elliott, joe Ellis, Sue Elmore, Sandra Emmons, Edwin Ivan , Fort Worth M esuuite Denton Dallas Sjiearrnan Wichita Falls Dallas Dallas Denton S an Antonio San Antonio Dallas Fort Woirth San Antonio Coahorna Woodson Dallas Dallas Decatur Cameron El Paso Denton Odessa Denton Lon guiew Teague Dallas Dallas Richardson Devine Grand Prairie Carthage Fort Worth C lehurne justin Paris Palestine F ort Worth Little Elm Dallas Ufhiteshoro Tyler Dallas Grand Prairie Donna 4 Fitzgerald, Carol Fitzhugh, Riley T. Flewharty, Susan Flory, Kenneth M. Flower, Paula Fodge, Sylvia Fore, Margaret Forsyth, Phyllis Ann Forsyth, William C. Foster, jerry Foster, Lyndon Frank, Clinton French, Don K. Fulbright, james Lee Fuller, Fred, jr. Fulton, joan Louise Fulton, Kenneth Fuqua, Joe Galbraith, Carolyn Garcia, Eugene L. Progreyso Coleman Seyinoar Saint Loair, Mo. Eagle Grove, I owa Parir San Antonio Mineola Mineola Bwckenritlge Fort W'o1'tla Dallar Garland Vittoria Bowie Dallar flinarill o I-Iainilton Cleburne Fort Worth Engdahl, Mary Epley, David Eppright, Judy Erwin, Leon Clark Estes, Bill Eubanks, Suzy Evans, janet Evans, Jimmy Everett, Kenneth Ewing, David Farmer, Bill Farmer, Charles R Farr, Harvey Fawkenberry, Don Felps, Patsy Ferris, Matt Ficke, Sue Fiekle, Sherman Finley,. Charles F. Finnell, jerry W. Dallaf Gainewill e Dallar S an Antonio Wbiterbofo Grapevine S an Antonio C lailafrefr Garriron Garland Denton Gladewater Fort ,Worth ' Loo p folanron City Dallar Denton Denton Midlothian Holliday 4l2 5 s w Lwardenliire, Pat L. 1 L1 ardner, Kay Garland, Marla Garner, Diane Garner, joe Garrett, Pat Garris, Pollyann Gaston, XVillian1 R. Gates, Don Georgantones, jimmy George, Nancy Gibson, Linda Gilbert, Penny Giles, Jane Gillam, Donna Gilland, Gretta Dean Gillis, Frederick L. Gilreath, Nita Glenn, Glenn, Bill Martha Goodman, james Goodpasture, Lucy Gorman, Lynn Granberry, Carole Anne Grant, Green, Green, Green, Greer, Barbara Eva Lou Patricia Robert Shirley Gregory, Donald Grider, Griffin Griffin Paul , Ben Lar W. . .' fy Griffin, Stephen Grizzle Groves, Guinn, , Grady M. Georgianna Linda Hachtel, Myrna Kay Haddix, john David Hagerty, Sue Haggard, james Hahn, Eldin Haley, Marilyn Hall, Raymond Hamby, Carolyn llt"fz.x'almf'lvie Drlllzla' Dfll l 111 L011 gzflew DdlldJ' San Antonio Texarkana Arlington Fort W'0rllo Amarillo Maryball H 0 aka H ourtorz Stamford Mart Santo Marflrall Dallas I m p erial Alvarado Dallaf Dallar Dallaf H aryl Dallaf Ardmore, Okla. Smithfield Sherman Spar Big S firm g New Boylan Dallas Dallar Lewiwille Bzzrkburnelt Dallaf N ocorza Alvorzl Dal lar Dallar Lizzzlerz B rad y K ermit Arlirzgforz O range Class of ?64 Hervey, Miki Hewitt, Janelle S Hihlwetts, Cynthia Hickerson, Ronnie joe , Hickman, Dorothy 4 Hamilton, Gary Odeffa Hamilton, Richard Dallar Hampton, Tom Dallas Handy, Frederick M. Richardron Hanna, Julie Kanfinan Hanna, Louise Dallas Hansard, john D. Robftown Hansard, Kay Irving Haralson, Reba Kay Gilmer Hardin, Bill Dallar Hardin, Richard C. Dallay Harlan, Bill Brownwood Harlin, Helen janell Snyder Harper, Shirley Dallar Harris, Jack L. Denton Harris, Susan Wichita Falls Harrison, Gwennell Honyton Hart, Joan Regina, Sark., Can. Hartley, Tommy Van Alytyne Hassell, Jerry Rzuk Haughton, Gerald M. Denton Hawkins, Glenda Dallar Hayes, Ann Denver Hayn, Margaret Dallas Haynie, Prudence Borger Hazard, Don Eastland Head, Charlotte Kaye Cleburne Head, Gerry Golafbwaiie Head, Kay S141- Henderson, Anne Dallas Henderson, Linda Lou Saint jo Hendrix, Heather Fort lF'orrb Henley, Charlotte Brozwzzrood Henson, Ronnie Lorzgriew Herron, Doris Le1z'i,v1'ille Tc'l2Ilf7lF Fort ll orflv C.zrnp1u'll Sli. fall ."lfl7c'!I.i' 5 ll ., , . . . 1- .,... ..,uQ-nzl.,c.,eA.l. A .v,. .. V ,, Hicks, Shirley Higginbothmi, Taylor Higgins, Martha june Hignight, Cookie Hill, Saiulm Lee Hinds, Marguerite june Hobbs, R. Brian Hodges, Robert Holland, Steve' Hollingsworth, james F. Holloway, Carl Holloway, Ken Holmes, Carole jo Holmes, Janet Holmes, Mack A. Hoodenpyle, jerry Hopkins, Nancy Horn, Judy Kay Horn, Marcy Horn, Willimn, Jr. Horner, Norman Horton, Terry M. Howard, joel Thomas Hoyle, Marge Hrbacek, Betsy Hubbard, Sharon Huddleston, Diane Hudson, Phyllis Hufstedler, Don Hughes, james Gerald Hughey, Gloria Humble, Ruth Hunt, jane Hunt, jerry Hunter, Max Hurst, Oralee Hurt, Laura Sue Husbands, Robert Hutton, Patti Ingram, Howard, jr. Isbell, Lida Sue Isom, Mary Ann Jackson, Barbara Jackson, Barry Jackson, Thomas Rosroe Fort llyorth Dallas Texarkana Alvarado Groves Oran ge Houston Wichita Falls C hico Wilson, Ohla. San Antonio Ada, Ohla. Denton Dallas Fort Worth Hughes Springs Dallas Fort Worth South Houston Bangs Fort Worth Dallas Irving Coloraalo City San Angel o Houston Electra Childress Borger Garland Fort Worth Vernon Dallas Dallas Bay City Dallas Dallas Killeen RlCl9cZ1'6l.f07Z Irving Dallas M esquite C 1 ehurne Lon gviezv Jackson, William Norman Texarkana James, Melinda Fort Wo1'tb James, Ronny Sberfnan Jameson, James Denton Jansen, Bill Afrbef' City Jarrett, Frank Della! Javens James Dalia! Javens Richard Dallas Jaynes, R. Leland Monabans Jenkins, Janavan Hagber Springs Jenkins, Joe Houston' Jennings, Brenda L. Stephenville Jessup, James Dallas Jetton, Ronald Gainewille Jimenez, Cruz, Jr. Temple Johnson, Ben Texarkana Johnson, Carolyn Henderson Johnson, Gerald Abilene Johnson, Judith Mary Tulsa, Okla. Johnson, June Lubbock Johnson, Ronald Dallas Johnson, Valerie Dallaf Johnston, Carolyn Kilgore Johnston, Charlene Snyder Jones, Carolyn A. Victoria Jones, Charles Freeport Jones, Elliott Electra Jones, Kathy Fort Wor'tb Jones, Randall Brackin Ferrix Jones, Sam, Jr. Ardmore, Okla. Jones, Willianm S. Hallwille Joyce, John W. Szzyder Judd, Kenneth D.zll.1.v Kuff, Cllfolyll lllfirlvifiz l7.1ll,v Kay, Connie Kay, Richalrd Cl.irl2.v:'illv Lolrglivlt' Q, dl lk if If gl F' fl! .lk an 'i' I Keating, Barbara Keck, Susan Keeter, Leon Kellberg, Nancy Kelley, Patsy Kendrick, Marion Kennedy, Loyd Kennedy, Susan Kerr, Steve Kesler, Karen Key, Judy Kile, Rex Killen, Kenneth Killingsworth, james Kimball, Bob Kindred, Beverly King, Pat Kinsel, Aliene Kirkpatrick, Wayne Klein, Nancy Knight, Louise Knox, Cecilia Knox, William L. Koelper, Edward Kruger, janet Kuehn, Edwin LaGrone, Chuck Lamar, Betty Lancaster, Billie Dan Lane, G. B. Lange, Dorothy Lanier, Kay Larson, Douglas LaRue, Janelle Lasseter, Martha Tim Latimer, Gerald M. Latimer, Linda Lawler, Melba Annette Lawrence, Charles Lazenby, Charles Arlington Dallar Olney Dallar Paraelife Colorado City DeKalb Grand Prairie Fort W01'fb Abilene I win g Gainewille Dallar Denton Borger Dallar Mergzzite Dallas Fort Wo1'tb Tyler Dallaf K rain Dallar Arlington H ei gbty S zz garland Wicbita Fallf Denton Weatbez-fo1'd B o-wie Mor gan Ballinger Fort W'ortb Mineral Wellf Terrell Waco Albany Detroit Longview Albany Kirb yifill e uniors l l Leavell, Marguerite Lee, Carol Lee, Lana Leffel, Robert Lefler, Walta Leopold, Joyce Lester, John Letcher, Harvey Lewis, Gwena Jeanne Lewis, John Cary Lewis, Richard Little, Andrea Little, Karen Sue Little, Lowell P., Jr. Littlefield, Janet Livingston, Kay D. Lubbers, Barbara Lucas, Pat Lumpkin, Royce Lyon, Jane McBride, Gordon McCarter, Larry McCarty, Susan McClanahan, Mary McCluskey, Maxine McCown, Leonard Joe McCoy, Karen McCoy, Mary McCullough, Thomas McDaniel, Carol McDaniel, James McDaniel, Vearl McDonald, Judy McDowell, Claudine McElrath, Peggy McElroy, Johnny McGowen, India McGuffin, Horace T. McHone, Margaret Mclntush, Aloha McKee, Richard McLennan, Mary Lou Ml'M2lll1, Hill MfMim1, liirlmr-fl MfNuH, Mike 4l8 Dall af Dallas LaRiie Fort Uyorlla Dimcaiioill e H oizfton Dallar Dallas Dallar Harlingen Longview Graiial P1'ai1'i e Phillipf Denton Deiizfoiz Dallaf Pilot Point Moiiabam Kilgore Dallaf Brady Dallaf Fort Woifth Paris Demon Por! Laoaca Clarimla, Iowa Fort W'o1'tla San- Angelo Dallax Monahafif I man I-larsl Dallar Dallas Waxabacbie Dallay Deiiloiz McKinney G'l'Il!26Z!l7Z6' Dal lar Sfaiiz ovril Slroffg, fl rli. I I omlozz Dfll l 111' ii X W Class of 964 McPherson, Robert McSpadden, Jody McWilliams, Glenn Mackey, Donald G. Mallard, Dick Malone, Rosella Mancil, Stan Marcom, Michael R. Marks, William Marshall, Bob Marshall, Marven Jane Martin, Billy Martin, Bryan Martin, Hardy Martin, John Robert Martin, Mike Martin, Ruby Nell Martin, Sandra Martindale, Wayne Mason, jerry jack Massey, John Massie, Anne May, Linda Meador, Sarah Merrell, Betty Merriman, Sue Ann Meyers, Ralph Michaels, Pat Middlebrooks, jarrelyn Milburn, Lynette Miller, Don Miller, Fran Miller, Howard Miller, Linda Kay Miller, Marilyn Miller, Mike Miller, Sandra Milling, M. Anne Mills, Sharon Mitchell, Margaret Parailire Dilllm Wieloila liallr I-lillrlaoro Tyler Tyler Fort Worth Farmers Branela Corpzzf Clorirti Abilene Kilgore Bardwell Wichita Fallr Henrietta Denton San Antonio Denton C ireo Texarkana Larnpafar Mzznday C orpzis C kristi Rayrnondoille Eldorado Big Spring Dallaf Galoefton Riehardfon faeerboro Amarillo fackroneille Midland Graham Alvarado Dallar Griioer Midland Midland Labboik H oarton 4I9 Junior A c ,rye Mitchell, Ronald W. Monroe, Sandra Monschke, David Montgomery, Lindalu Montgomery, Suzanne Moon, Robert Moore, Sam Moores, Lou Morgan, Cheri Morris, Kay Morris, Marion Beth Mortimer, Neil Morton, Diane Moses,. Melinda Mosher, Molly M. Moss, Ellen Muller, Carolyn Munn, Nita Musick, james Muska, james Myers, Judy Nale, Mary Alice Neely, joe T. Nelson, Jerry Nelson, Marsha Nelson, Shari Nesbitt, Kathleen Nevels, Linda Newby, Margaret Nell Newman, Verlee Newsome, Mary Nichols, Pola Beth Nixon, Billy Joe Noah, Dale G. Noles, David Noll, Jeanette Norquest, Dixie Norris, Beverly Oates, David Oates, XVilliam Dallas I raan Krnrn I roin g H enalerson Dallas Van Alstyne Texarkana Cisco Wichita Falls Dallas Austin Fort Worth Coleman Midland Dallas Marshall Water Valley Tulia H allettsville Fort Worth Dallas Kermit Hugh es Springs Pasadena Hughes Springs Corpus Christi Plano S prin grown Sheridan Big Spring Richard .ron lltvhifrzey Denim: D.zIla,i- Sal: r'l1IfU7.'l0 If.:'i'.'l:1n'g Lt':'u.'.'.:1.'.z 37 . .,.,. I iJ..7.'1.cii I-i'UI5 l O'Brien, Kiah O'Dell, Don Olson, Gail Osborn, Ronny Osowski, Donald Oujesky, Janie Pearce, Philip Perkins, julia Ann Perkison, Billy Petty, Mark Phelan, Robert Phillips, Fletcher L. Phillips james L. Phillips Larry Phillips, Martha Phillips, Sandra Piccola, Kathi Pickett, Mike Pierce, John Pillow, John Pinkerton, Suanna Pittman, Glenda Platt, Bobby Pliler, Virginia Pope, Nelson E. Porter, Barbara Monahan: Lewiwille Dain gerfielcl S nl phzir S prin gs Big Spring Dallaf White Oah Rochdale H oafton Dallaf Dallaf Archer City Tyler Lancatter Tyler Wichita Fallr fachrhoro Lon goiew H nrrt Monahan: Fort Worth Clehnrne Cranfillr Gap Garlanil Weftfielcl, Mau. Fort Worth Overby, Barbara Dallaf Owen, Linda Gilmer Owens, jerroll Waxahaohie Owens, Patricia Ann Galoerton Padgett, Dan Parif Pappenfus, Sharon Dallaf Parker, Ellen Longview Parker, Maryanna Seminole Parrish, Linda Dallaf Parsley, Billy Daingerfielcl Partain, Charles Tyler Parten, George Jesse Garland Patterson, LaDell Mart Patton, Neil E. Dallar Payne, David Dallax Payne, Frank David Tyler Payne, Gary Prosper Payne, Sydney Virginia Fort Worth Paysse, Johnnie Temple 42l Ramon, Evelyn Ramsey, Beth Ramsey, Leola Rauschuber, Alfred Ray, Harry Reed, joe Y. Reed, Nancy Reeves, Joyce Laluan Reiter, LuAnn Rentz, Brenda Ressel, Katherine Rhoten, Donna Rice, Kathryn Ann Rich, james Richards, john Richter, Terry W. Rickey, Nancy Riggs, Peggy Sue Rios, Ellis, Jr. Ripple, Roderick DeKalb Mineral Wellr Garland Wert Denton Dallas Dallas C oah orna Mzzenyter Waco Benjamin Fort Worth El Pate Dallar Gainewille Decatur Denver City C o rficana Lenellanfl El Campo Porter, Bill Powell, Kaye Powell, Pat Powell, Warren A. Powell, William R. Powers, Wanda Pratt, Mary Ann Price, Max Primeaux, Sandra Puckett, David Beal Purvis, Nathan W. Putnam, Buster Quick, Samie Raasch, Douglas Radney, Robert Rahe, Kermit Rainbolt, Mike Rainey, David Rains, , Hazel Rakagis, Nick Dain gerfielaf Fort Wortla Denton Fort Worth Refzzgio Dnncannille Grabarn Abilene Dallaf B yerf Kilgore Riclnarelron Waco Corpzzf Clarifti Dallax Fretlericlerburg Denton Paris Gainewille San Angelo Rislov, joy Roach, Ed Roan, Paula Roark, David R. Roark, Robert R. Roberson, J. William Roberts, Dawn Marie Robinson, Gary W. Rochner, john Roddy, Curtis Rodgers, Sharon Rodriguez, Eden Rodriguez, Maria Rogers, joy Rose, jerry Ken Roten, Ira Lynn Rothrock, David Rousseau, Ann Rowe, james Rowe, Kathelyn Rowland, Martha Ann Royal, Ben Carter Rush, Merrily Russel, Mary K. Russell, Brenda Salyer, Francine Samir, Eid Sanders, Doris Sanders, Herschel E. Sartin, Tommy C. Savage, Larry Scaggs, Ronnie Schadler, Helen Schaible, Marvin Schimmel, Margaret Schluter, Tommy Schmitt, Sandra Schrempf, Charles W. Schulgen, jim Scribner, Judith Sechrist, Dixie Shankle, julie Shannon, janell Kay Shaw, Sally Sheffield, Wilbur Dfllltlf New Boxton I roin g Palertine Graham Dallar Arlington fachrhoro Texar City Burl exon C ol einan San Saha N ew gttlf Denton Dallaf Midlothian Weatherford Port ,Worth Dallaf Fort Worth Fort Worth H illrhoro Coleman Fort Worth Dalla: Big S prin g Beirztt, Lehanon Poolnille I roin g Olney Cl eharne fefferron H ouston Dallas Dallar Argyle Dorcherter Fort Worth Merquite Dallar Dallax Dain gerfiel d C orpur C hrirti Dallar Brownwood uniors Shipp, Oscar Lynn Shipps, Brenda Shuford, Betty Grace Shultz, Gary M. Skelton, Sandy Skiles, Lucy Smith, David Gene Smith, H. Kermit Smith, Homer V. Smith, Jerry Leslie Smith, jerry- Lynn Smith, Marcia Smith, Rita Marie Smith, Sandy Smith, Susie Smith, William E. Smithey, Grady W. Snider, Ronald Spain, Rebecca Lynn Sparks, Elaine Spencer, Dennis Spencer, Robert Earl Spier, Lynn Splawn, Paula Spruiell, Cindy Stack, Judy Ann Stallings, Barbara Stancliff, C. Robert Stapp, Tanya Stegall, Nancy Ann Stephens, Jannette Stephenson, Stephanie Stewart, Bonnie Stewart, Johnnie E. Stewart, Mary M. Stoll, Patricia Stone, lvlargnret Stotc, Fred Strickland, Caroline Supinn, Edward - - a......-K Mineola Weatherford Denton Parnpa Clarendon Denton Fluvanna Fort Worth Cifco Garland Dallaf Ahilene Rirhrnond, Va. Mart Sherman Bridgeport Dzzncanville Marxhall Sweetwater Kilgore Fort Worth Willy Point Clarendon Dallar Van C enter Midland Dallas Fort Wo1'th Holliday South H ouxfon Garland Cleburne G od 1 ey C orpm' C lvrixti Par-ryfmz L.,l1.:rrf2cl:'.'i'za ljn Jilin :Ji .vu H11 Ialwr U 1i1'.5.i'xQcf'v"z' nancy- fp s.-.am-1, .-.Ur fa . Pa l .Q .Q 4'. 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Wright, Alyene Wright, Glenn Wright, Roy Wulbrecht, Sally Wyatt, Mary Sue Wylie, Anton Yancey, Ronald Yancy, Lynda Jo Yates, Charlotte Yeager, Sue Young, Clell Young, jan Young, Sue Zaring, Jimmy Paris Dal l as Wheeler Forney H illshoro B or ger Parnpa Midlothian Dallas Fort Worth Dallas N ocona Brad y Kilgore McKinney Dallas Mount Pleasant Dallas Brownwood Fort Worth Denton Lonzeta Mineral Wells Dallas Dallas San Antonio Blooming Grove Houston Stephenville Alvarado Parnpa Henderson Wichita Falls Henderson Burk hnrnett Richardson Dallas Denison McAllen Fort Worth Garland Irving Tyler Dallas Adrian 427 SOPHOMORE class officers Floyd Carter V P Linda jenkins, treasurer, Kathy Estes, secretary, and jim Hightower, president. Ables, Scott Adams, David Agee, Sharon Alford, Martha Alland, Bill Allcorn, Connie Allen, David Almon, Marcus N. Aman, Frances Amos, Karen Arnundson, Barbara Anderson, Glendon Anderson, Sally Andrews, Norvel I.. 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Bryan, Judy Bryant, james Buch, Floyd Buchanan, Carolyn Buck, Joan Buckley, Bucky Buckner, Richard Burkett, Joanna Burks, Martha Burns, Shirley Burton, Olivia Bushnell, Ken Butler, Linda Butts, Donna Gayle Butts, Judy Butts, Russell Byars, Eleice Campbell, Cheryl- Campbell, Judith Canafax, Carol- Cannon, john Capers, Nancy Caraway, LuLane Cardwell, Clifford Carley, Clyde Carpenter, Linda Carrington, Sue Carter, Faye Carter, Floyd Carter, Will Roland Cary, Karen Cass, Lance Cate, Chita Cathey, Elizabeth Cavalier, jerry Chambers, Buddy Chapman, Linda Chappell, Carlene Cheatham, Eddie Chichilla, Pat Chick, Joyce Chiswell, jean Chitwood, Sharon Choate, Danny Choate, Linda Rovhwooil Plain view Orleans, France Dallas Fort lI7orth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth C larhsifil l e Waco Waxahachie Dallas C orsicana Garlanal Dallas Iowa Parh Vernon Dallas Tyler Dallas Dallas Dallas Farrnersifille Fort Worth Mart Fort Worth White Oah Van Alstyne Van Alstyne Denton Port Arthur Dallas Plano Grand Prairie Pontiac, Mich. 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Egner, Patricia Elliott, Ann Elliott, Barbara Ellis, Steve Ellis, Sue Ellen Ellsworth, Victor Elmore, Bill Elwood, joe Emmons, Claudia Ennis, Elaine Ensey, Jacqueline Ephraim, Louise Erskine, Hugh Essary, Linda Estes, Charlene Estes, Kathy Ann llthericlge, Merilyn Kae liure, jack 434 L.4, d Denton Slaton H ozzrton Corfieana San Angelo Dallaf Brownwood Fort Worth San Antonio Sherman H ant Denton Fort Worth U nala' e Rea gan Dallaf Irving W axahachie A hilene Vernon I l x i l il x fl ll Diehl, Karen Dallar Dillard, Brenda Andrew! li Dingler, Gaylon Tyler li Dirks, Vicki Dallas Dishman, Barry Denver Dodson, Gordon Garland I Dorough, Linda Tyler Doud, Judith Clehzzrne Q Draper, Mac Garland Drennan, Teri Loy Angeles, Calif. i ll DuBose, Susan Brownwille Dudley, Johnny Rochwall ll Duke, Jackie Sherman ll Dulin, Sue Rohftown Dulock, Neva Waco Q Duncan, Pat Fort Worth Duncan, Trula Darlene jachrhoro li Dunlop, Virginia Kaufman E Duvall, Luann Dallar E Eakin, Hugh A. 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Hall, Rebecca Hall, Terry Hamilton, Samuel Hampleman, Eric Hand, Bill Handy, Gerry Hankins, Sandy Hannon, james Hansard, Jim Hardie, Lane Hargrove, Mallard Harms, Garry Harp, Sara Harper, Alma Harper, john Harrell, james Harrington, Patricia Harris, Clarence Harris, Ian Harrison, Fred Hartley, Howard Haubert, Linda Haughton, jack Hayes, Byron Hayes, Gayle Hayes, Sherry Hays, Peggy Hays, Stephen Heaberlin, Mary Head, Joe Head, Nancy Dallar Parir Gal zfexton Texar City Texaf City Fort Worth S par Dallaf Fort Worth Olton Denton Burnet Denton Chico Dallas Fort Worth San Antonio Sherman Dallar Mount Pleasant Irving Gotll ey Grandview Fort Worth Rohrtown Dallar Fort Worth Royre City Otlefra Van Alrtyne Fort Worth Denton Meridian Dallas' Mineral Wells Port Worth San Antonio Glaclewater Mena, Ark. Port Nether Sophomores 437 Class of 965 Heard, Wendell Hebert, Becky Heflin, Garvin Helms, Linda Hendricks, Mac Hendricks, Pat E. Hendrix, Linda Hensley, Laura Hernandez, Martha Herr, Hillman Herrington, Richard Hess, Sandra Hester, Roy Hickman, Diana Higgins, Scott High, Benny Hightower, jim Hightower, julia Hill, Gaye Hill, jimmy Hinds, Tommy Hitt, Myra Hix, Terry Hodnett, Clyde Holder, Lehman Holloway, Kathleen Hood, Dorris Hood, Thomas Hoot, Thomas Hooten, Leroy Hopkins, Sandie Hopkins, Willianm Hoppe, Dian Hopwood, Sandy Horne, Charlotte Horne, Larry Hosking, Anthony Houck, David House, john House, Loycttc Naplef Ballinger Farrners Branch Iowa Park Anna Dallas Orlando, Fla. Denton Dallas Bellaire Orange Longview Itana Irving Dallas justin Deniyon H adin gen Irving Brady Riclaardfon Mount Pleasant Van Alxtyrze Hamlin fafper Brownwood Luflain Abilene Dallar Dallas Dallacr D8f1i,f0i2 Kansai City, Mo. 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Lamb, Robert Lambert, Steve Lamkin, Peggy Lancaster, Kay Latham, Kenneth Latimer, Donna Lawing, Harry Lawrence, Richard Lawson, Edward Lawson, Michael Leatherwood, Bobby Ledbetter, Sharron Ledlow, Kent Lee, Barbara Jane Lee, Donna Beth Lee, Sharron Lehmann, Carlotta Leverett, Joyce Lewis, Billy Lewis, Paul Lewis, Sharon Linberg, Curt Lindsey, Janie Lindsey, Larry Lindsey, Sue Linscornb, Ronald Lippincott, Claudene Littrell, Martha Lockhart, Carl Lopez, Jose Love, Nancy Lowell, Jack Lucas, Joane Ludwick, Marty Lugenbuhl, Lynn Lumpkin, Carolyn Lumpkin, Vonnie Lusk, Donna Luttrell, Dale Luttrell, Thomas illiillaml D.1llf1s' zlllcllclllcl lllt'Kllll1t?'J' Bowie Fort Wortlv Dallas Keller Durant, Okla. lI7ooilson Fo-rt W'ortlJ Fort lVortl1 Dallas Dallas Dallas Big Spring Albany Denton Mesquite Galena Park Abilene Lnfkin Dallas Waxahacbie Celina Dain gerfielal Saint Lozzis, Mo. 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Mathis, Kay Matlock, Don Matthews, Kenneth Mattoon, Ken Maxwell, Jan Mayfield, Paul Meadows, Diane Meadows, Dianne Medford, Jeanette Menefee, Roger Meridith, Madeleine Merriman, Valerie Merriman, Walter Mershon, Sharon Ann Mewshaw, Marilyn Lee Miles, Guy P. Miller, Susan E. Miller, Susan K. Mitchell, Bonnie Ann Mitchell, Clark Mitchell, Roylene Mobley, james K. Money, David Money, Penny Montgomery, Carrol Moore, Betty Moore, Dianne Moore, Edward Moore, Nancy Moore, Robert W. More, Pat Xlnlr lint! lllfflllfl l'flrrfei1frlle, Ulm llenxfo1'1l 7'exf1rlfnrm Wylie' Dallas Denton S an get Dallar Fayetteville, Ark. Denton Fort Worth Irving Phoenix, Ariz. 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Newman, Joy Newton, Kenneth Nichols, Charles Nichols, Mary Nicholson, Merle Nickelson, Shonnie Nielsen, Donna Noah, Sue Norris, Kay Notestine, Carol Novotny, Suzanne Nuttall, Suzanne O'Brien, Deanna Qdom, .lim Oliver, Eunice Oliver, Ncllcne Orlwc-ck, joseph San Antonio Dallas Brownshoro Bridgeport Big Spring Denison Fort Worth San Antonio Dallas Gainesville Olney Dallas Dain gerfielal Fort Worth Dallas Everman Austin Fort Worth Dallas New Braunfels Dallas S prin gtown Dallas Hurst Dallas Barstow Odessa Flo ydada Dallas Dallas Dallas Elk City, 01214. Houston Abbott lllc'KlIHIe'y Big Spring .D.zll.1s Dumwz Hale Custer' Lihlfc XVI 'lllc' Oswalt, Joyce O'Toole, Maureen Owen, Tommy Owens, Larry Page. john Page. 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Howson, Frank Hoyl, Nancy Hubbard, Dee Hubbard, Gola Hudgeons, Barbara Hudson, Claude, Jr. Huey, Sam Huff, Valencia Huffman, Cheryl Huggins, james Hughes, Genell Hughes, Hugh Humphreys, Susan Hunt, Lyle Hunt, Nancy Hunter, Elizabeth Hurn, Bonnie Hurst, lN1i1rcin Clehnrne Vernon Anzarillo Texas City Lochney Electra San Antonio San Antonio Garland Dallay Ahilene Fort Worth Garland Fort Worth Dallar Dalla: Seven Springr, N. C. DallaJ Dallas DallaJ Marlin Alvarado Dallacr Decatur Fort Worth Dallas Brownwood Brownwood Gaferrille Hitchcock Brady llnaro Brou'm1'o0a' Tenzple Electra Pl.z.5,v:1'iru' .'lti'.:r:f.: Lf.:l1'f.lfvv: , . .N.:xq.-v:.:1c IW.!a'x'.fl llurst, hlartin lr. llnrst, Suxhntc lluslmnds, Richar Huston, Carol Hutks, Jerrie Hyatt. Mary Ann Hyndman, Robert Ibbotr, John Ibsen. Karen Inge, Patsy Ingram, Kay Ingram, Sally Inmon, Patricia Irwin, Sam Isbell, ' Sherry Israel, Nancy Jablonski, Willi Jackson, Reed Jacobs, Robert Isley, Jan . .am Jacoby, Jndy I-egos, KIPPY James, Judy James, Ronald Jaresh, Lorraine Jenkins, Jim Jobe, Larry Johns, Kay Johnson, Andrew Johnson, Annie Johnson, Connie Johnson, Dale Johnson, Evelyn Johnson Jeanette Johnson, Jill Johnson, Jill Johnson, Mead Johnson, Patricia Johnson, Paula Johnson Reilly Johnston, Jerry Don Jones, Carolyn Jones, Charles F. Jones, Creeda Jones, Darlene , . lin' L.1l y ll. Ill. I7.1ll.1.r D.1ll.1s Garlafld San Marcos Fort W'orth Dallas Fort W'orth McKinney Abernathy Richardson Dallas Midland Dallas Weslaco Lahe Jachson West Orange, N. Denton Dallas Houston Denton Vernon ' Dallas Ennis Fort Worth Mount Vernon Midland Austin Dallas Dallas Dallas Conroe Fort Worth Richardson Houston Dallas Terrell Ahilene Richardson Sulphur Springs Fort Worth Athens Dallas Houston Jones, David M. Jones, Gene Jones, Harold Jones, Huey Jones, Jerry Jones, Linda Kaye Jones, Linda Lee Jones, Mary Jones, Phyllis Joplin, Sydney P. Jordon, Charlotte Justice, Janice Justiss, Diana Justus, Donald Keene, Donald Keese, John Keith, Bob Kellum, Sandra Kendrick, Leo E. Kennedy, David Kennedy, Kaye Kennedy, Larry Kent, Susan Kenter, Marcus Kerr, Barbara Kestner, Viole Kettler, William Kimball, Danny King, Horace King, Sharron King, Shirley King, Travis Kinman, Sally Kirby, Katy Kirk, Karla Kirkendall, Jim Klein, Carol Jean Klein, Madeline Klingbeil, Darlene Knight, David Knight, Joe Knowles, Karen Knox, Charles Knox, Mary Kooncc, Sandy Ferris Dallas Wichita Falls Crane Dallas H eflin, La. Denton Dallas Pasadena H onston Estelline Fort Worth Mount Pleasant Anhrey Galveston Dallas Waco Lon goiew Micllanal Pilot Point Grapevine Dallas Carrollton Texas City Mexia Azle Clifton Dallas Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Decatur Houston Fort lVorth Fort W'orth Drlllcll Denton D.zIl.:s- ll" vlia .1D.li7lif.f .W l 5 K ir: ?.'c'!5 l'iH'.f' ll vrtl' l3.li'l.J.Y p . .wild N' ,. i ff.: I,v,- tl 1 ,, -1, ,k bf Hrs: 1 i T- 1 L-39' ,L T 1" g,--V ig: T711 ,.. LL: iii ' iff in Lge Irs me LT uv Liv Lili in M gy s. s LQ! . 4-X , '-R it F' ig,-. xi ,Q 'fu ,ffl Kgthc, LillCl'y'l Krueger, Tlmelma Kruse, L.llhl.1 Kubiak. Shirley Kuehne. EYIICSF Kuhn. Kathie Kvsor, xY7llll.1I1l LaBaun1e, Jimmy LaCari, Susan Lacey, Carolyn Ladd, Susan Laird, Andrea Laird, joan Lalumia, Nick Lane, Nancy Langguth, Gail Lankford, Barbara Largent, Rick Larson, Lynne Laughlin, Bobby Lawrence, Gretchen Lawrence, Philip Lawrence, Preston Laws, Deann Lawson, Susan Laxson, Thomas Leach, Andrea Leach, Priscilla Ledbetter, Linda Lee, Charles Lee, Dennis Lee, Frankie Lee, Jeanette Lee, Lynda Lee, Pallin Leeth, Georgia Leggett, Bob Lemons, David I-equire, Lynn Lester, Larry D.1ll.1.r Danton l:.!l'll1n'l'J' Br.1114'h Fort ll"'orlh A larf Dallas Plainwille, Conn. Molzahans Dallas Carrollton Dallas Grantloiew Denison Dallas Fort Worth H ozzston Roswell, N. M. Wylie H ouston Sherman Richardson Richardson Denison Fort Worth I ruin g Dallas Dallas H arst McGregor Bronte I roing H aslet Dallas Mineral Wells Mineral Wells Dallas Fort Worth Denton Rochdale Lewisville Freshmen 473 Class of 966 Levels, MacArthur Leventhal, Ralph Lewis, Dorothea Lewis, Fred Lewis, Nancy Linnett, Dianne Linthicum, Judy Little, Michael Littlejohn, Ron Litty, jack Locke, Donna Locke, Johnnie Lockhart, Ruby Long, .Audie Long, Mike Long, Stephen Long, Suzanne Lopez, Ray Lorigan, Kathy Lott, Iohn Lott, Wfilliarn Loudermilk, Sherrilan Loveless, Curtis Low, Bessie Lowe, Carolyn Lowery, Lorraine Lowrance, Marcus Lowrey, Kenneth Luck, Sandi Ludclen, Kay Luna, Barbara Lunday, Mary Lynn Luten, Sandra Lynch, Bill Lynch, Don MacAulny, Kathy lN4ncDonnld, Dnyid McAni1lly, .lcanen McBrydc, Cecil Mcliain, Lee Dallaf H oztrton Denton Perryton Carrollton Payaclena Port Artloztr Dallas Denton Dallar Dallas N atorna, Kan. Denton Tyler Denton Denton Fort Worth Waco Andrew: Dallar Fairfield C omancbe Denton Lewiwille Denison Burnet Brownwood Fort Wfortb Dallas Dallas Graham Mineral Well.: D.-Il l dir Aubrey Rural Hall. N. C. Lulvlwvk D.zll.:.f H.Jwilfm: fills' Lv PtI:l'c'I'."?c' Mckall, K'-lll lXlili'Ull.l hlfkhllllllll, Llxrol ,X'1'.1f11f'm'.! McC.u'lQy. D-Will I7i1ll.1.r Mctlxrroll, D.1n.1 DL-,-,,f,,,- McClelland, XN'illi.un 5'0,,0,-K, McClendon. Robert ll""axalmc'lvie McCollough, Arlene Dallar Mtfombs, David McConn. Frances Fort llVortb Fort lIVortlJ McCorkle, Paul H onrton McCormack, Sharron Dallar McCoy, Gale Rockdale McCrary, Lynn Ozona McCraW, james Carrollton McCrLu'n, Connie Garland McCullough, Alyce Hillrboro McDaniel, Terry Big Spring McDermott, Margaret Dallas McDonald, Bobby Wo-lfe City McDonnell, Vonita Fort Worth McElhany, Tela Athens McElveen, Sherry H onrton McGarrity, Patricia Fort Worth McGehee, Lee Wbiterboro McGregor, Aluah Hzztcbinr McGreW, Robert Bellaire McGuire, Darlene Irving Mclver, Mike H ozzrton McKinney, Larry Dallar McLaughlin, Kaye Carrollton 3-e-A--fw,mh ,... . . . Show your yellow-top card, please . . . And we thought our high school was big . . . The hard thing about college is waiting in lineg if you ever get through registration, the rest is easy . . . . . . Let's see: French, physics, calculus, chemistry. We'd better go to barber school instead . . . Show your yellow-top card, please . . . But I was vaccinated just ten minutes ago . . . - - . No, you forgot your card packet. Go to the Ad Building and get it . . . Last year, when they Stamped our I. D. cards for the spring semester, they also stamped the palm of my hand . . . . . . Whoops, there . . . But you can't take P.E. and library service at the same hour . . . Show your Yellow-top card, please . . . 'W PENCILS, nerves, erasers and trial schedule cards wear out when frantic students register for the crowded physical education classes. McLennan, Claire A. McLeod, Martsie McLeod, Ruth MCMillion, Kathryn McMurray, Iohn D. McMurry, Raymond McNair, john McNeill, Elliott McRae, john McRoberts, Carolyn McShan, Bonnie McSweeney, Glenda McVean, Karen Maben, Catherine Maddox, Iudy Mahaffey, Elizabeth Mahoney, Ioe Maines, Mary Ann Maisel, Franklin Malcom, Alvan Males, Sara Mallon, Melinda Malnassy, Valerie Malone, Danny Malone, Patricia Maluf, Wayne Mand, Edward Mangurn, Jan Mangurn, Larry Mann, Barbara Mann, Buster Mann, Roland Manning, Ann Manoshagin, Charlotte Maples, Fran Marchant, Paula Marcoulides, Marc Marlin, Sally Lane Marquis, Robert Marr, Kaye Marrs, jim Marshall, Deborah M2ll"il'lI1ll7 lion MJlI"nll2Ill, johnny Miilllll, llilllllil 5 416 Slamforcl Dal lay Longview Mid l olbiafz Dal lay Dallaf Dallay Fort Worth H oaftofz Dallaf Dallaf Dallaf Pal efline For! U7ortlo Waeo Hampton Dallaf Florence Fort Worlb Farmeff Brawl: Fort lVorllJ Fort Wo1'th Dallaf Longview El Pafo McKinney San Antonio I rein g Dzzneanoille Fort W'o1'lla San Antonio Dallar Gorlley Pafaalena Dallaf Iowa Falla, Iowa Dallaf I rain g Demon far'l2.fboro liorl llyflffh I Jallass M1 Kmmfy I Jwflml 'l'1rl ia, Ulfla. Freshmen Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin 7 Mason, Masten, Mathis, David James Linda Sheila Lila Jean Cecelia Billye Mathis, Jeannie Mattingley, Jerrel Maxey, Della Maxwell, David Maxwell, Judy Mays, Dona Maze, Sheryl Means, Billie Medford, Louis Meeker, Margaret Melton, Dwain Menefie, Linda Menifee James Merrick Carolyn Merritt Mike Meuer ackre Mhoon Larry Miller Miller Miller Miller Don Larry Linnre Lynn Miller Tommy M1ller Vivian Mrllet Je Millet John P Milling Royce Mills Cecelia Mills Jerry Mills Judy Mills Judy Maye Miner Mer Lu fY Miramontes Jimmy Gflles IflHL' Van Ill slyne Dallas Painesifil l e Dallas Denton I roin g For! Worllf Tarzan Ringgold Richardson Dallas Dallas For! W'o1'll9 New Orleans, La. Fort Wortha Port Arthur Dancanville Hagerman Baytown Dallas Rzcloawlson An gl eton Dmnas Dallas N ocona Az e Dallas Cbzlzfon F011 Worth Dallas Dallas Houston Electra Pasadena S ea graves College Statzon Fon! Wof zfla Dallas Arthur Mitchell, Cherilyn Mitchell, jo Ann Mitchell Rosanne Mitchell? sam Mitchell, Sharon Mixson, Bob Mizell, Michael Morberg, julie Mobly, Sam Monroe, Diane Monsour, Garland Montgomery, Bill Montgomery, Charles Moody, Keith Moon, Duane Moore, Allen Moore, Donna Moore, Glenda Moore, josa Moore, Mary Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore 7 Moore, Pershing Rocky Sharon Sharon Ann Wayne Mooring, james Morgan 9 Morgan, Morgan Morgan Morgan, Morgan, Betsy Judy Judy Linda Melinda Morgan, Sondra Morris, Edith Morris, Malinda Morris, Pam Morse, Neil Mower, lelzirriclt Moser, l.ufy Mums, jerry 478 Dallar Irvin g Denton Arlington Dallas H nrrt Orange Dallar Dallar Fort Worth Grover Dallar Dallar Waco Archer C lt y Texas' C it y Waxaharhie Palortitto W aro fl 7l!ll'I,'Jl Fort Worth Chiltlrerr Dallar Denton Midland Irvin g Denton Fort Worth Dallar Fort Worth L0 n gni ew Fort Worth Richarclron Dallar Merqztite Dallar Dallar Andrewr H oztrton Dallar Moss, lxnila Mote, Slunui BlOllCl, ,l.llllx'C Mrozinslxi, Valerie Mullins. 'luily Mullis, Dan Miuney. Zach Munden, Joyce Murph, Anne Murr, Diane Myers, Sharon Nall, Becky Nance, Suzanne Nash, Nancy Nash, Nancye Nass, Dianne Nation, Tommy Nay, Gary Nay, Leon Neal, Jimmie Needham, Connie Neely, Becky Neill, Francey Nelles, Michele Nelson, Gordon Nelson, Richard Nevil, Michael Newkirk, Mary Newman, James Newman, Robert Newton, Sandra Neyland, janet Nichols, Jan Nichols, Nick Niendorff, Suanne Nix, Sandra Noble, jimmy Nobles, Nancy Norman, Arthur Norris, Judy Norris, Sue Norton, jamie Null, Fredna Nunn, Anna O'Brien, Dian Sc'1'1m wr . llliflll lion' lluorfh ,D. llli Lx' Fort llnorlh Bellaire Dallay Mid l othiarz H orrrtozz finzctiorz Fort Worth Denton Stamforal San Antonio Galoerton Fort Worth Dallar Dallar Dallaf Cealar Hill Garland Fort Worth Dallas Lzthhoch Amarillo Fort Worth Roanoke Dallar Ennif Garland Saginaw Stephenville Arlington Dallar Dallar Denton Fort Worth Orange Lon goiew Fort Worth E112 Cay, Ohla. Paraclena Lnfhin Dallar Gainewille .G l'niwi.iiitl, kil.llIull.l lirkikllllpsllxlll, lov llsoplcs, llixitl licixiii, lbm lxxil'lxlllS. Rvlwll ljCL'l'Yl1l.lll, ludy Peterson, Toni' Petty, Cliristinc Petty, Maxine Phelan, R.1ch.iel Phelps, Isabel Phillips, Harvey Phillips, Larry Phillips, Linda Pickens Frances x Pickle, Don Pierce, Patsy Pierre, Suzanne Pierson, Lynn Pigg, Harold Pillow, Polly Io Pinckney, Linda Pirkle, Charlotte Pirkle, Michael Pittman, Buddy Pitts, Nita Plumb, Cheryl Pointer, june Polk, Diane Polk, Teddy Polson, Porter, Porter, Porter, Porter, Potter, Kenneth Carol Lynda Mike Polly Ann Anita Pounds, Bobby Powell, Powell, Powell, Powers, Prater, Prewitt, Prindle, Proctor, Cornelia Kathleen Ronald Glada Larry Beverly Jeffy Starr .l'f.lf'.i1.'i lhlli 1'l. H l7.1ll.u' .'llflli'11i' I-.wr ll Nfl!! Rl4'Zhl1'al.Y0lI H6lI4lc'l'.l'I?ll San Anfozzio San Antonio Big Spring C el ina Dallaf Duma: Kazzfmalz Fort lVof'1fl1 Garlaml Dallas Fort Worth Marlin Wellifzglofz Lafzcayter Win nie Defzlron Dallas I win g Denton San Antonio Garlafzal Fort V7o1'tlJ Lamparar Dallar Fort Wo1'tb Piltybzufg Denison S ea gooille Miallanal N ewcaflle Pecos Fort Uforzflo Fort Worth Fort Wo1'lb Safzger Richawlfofz Dallaf Dallaf F Class of '66 Pruitt, janet Puckett, Ann Puhl, Mary Ann Punches, Gary Quenzer, Lynnaia Quick, Sharon Rackley, Paula Rainey, jerry Ramey, julie Ramirez, Amilia Ramsel, Sherry Randall, Charles Randall, Donna Range, Larry Rasberry, Billy Ratcliff, john Ran, Mary Ann Raynes, Dolores Read, Jan Reasoner, john Reasoner, Norma Red, Seareatha Reep, Patricia Reed, Regina Reese, Ann Reese, Edwina Reeves, Robert Reid, Mac Reiser, Lyndall Renick, Bob Rennie, NVilliam Renshaw, Ted Reynolds, Clarece Reynolds, Craig Reynolds, Moyra Reynolds, Rolwertn Rlmodcs, lluily Rhotcn, .luily Rice, ,lo Ann Rice, Susan Pittsburg Big Lake H oiiston Pain pa McKinney Dallas Dallas Wellington Denton Denton Georgetown Arlington Houston justin Ackerly Livingston Angleton Grand Prairie Dallas Fort W'ortla Azle Angleton Mineola Houston I rzfiiz g Baird Dallas Wichita Falls Dallas Fort II"ortZv Ir: 'ni Q K De'c'.!fNl' Farr ll"m-fb D. zl l .15 D. zll. :s Z:,U'1' llqgvyfgf FUN' lli',","l' ll'I'.:"fu" ,tv ' l'...lL 482 llillmiilsoil. Knlll Rnli.ii.lson, Ssniim Rii'li.iiilson, Sdllsllll Rlxil1lx'l'. lvucllc lllxlxllxl. llClll'y Rillgxxyiy, Mary Riegel, Ellen Rigtlon, Mary Rinev, Nan Ritchie. Barbara Roach, Nancy Robbins, Jon Ed Robbins, Robbie Robbins, Therese Roberts, John Roberts, Judith Roberts, Lynda Roberts, Thomas Roberts, Tommy Robertson, Karen Robichaux, Noel-Louise Robinson, Bonita Robinson, Ruby Rocholl, Carole Rogers, Barbara Rogers, Janet Rogers, Michael Rohling, Pat Roller, Bob Roller, Fran Roman, Janie Roose, Don Roper, Billy Don Rose, Ann Roseberry, Jeanette Rosebrough, Gail Ross, George Rountree, Jo Rowe, Jimmy Ruby, Marsha Ruclkin, Jack Ruffing, Charles Russell, Jay Russell, Lee Ellen Russell, Stephen .U Ilunfiw .lli.!l.1n.! Lf.1l1x'.ff011 l'Ul'l' UNI? illi11i'ol.1 For! ll"o1'flz IJMHHJ' B orger Demon For! lIVorfb Dallas Justin Fort lVortb Dallas Dallas Ricbardson Oakwood Pboenix, Ariz. Bridgeport Lon goiew Port Aribnr College Station Bowie Garland Dallas W'bilesboro Denton Dallas Brownwood Plano Dallas S an Antonio Hereford Baytown I rnin g Lubbock Abilene Dallas Fort W'ortb Re gina, Canada Dallas Beacbwood Parnpa S rnilb field Dallas .... H...- 1 i i v i I v , , 3 l I I 2 1 l i l i i i i i l J 1 rl ,i l il il l l l l , 1, i JV l ll 7 I i , li 'i J. '1 il .l I ,il I l Rutledge, Judy Ryan, Carolyn Ryan, Janet Saldana, Lynda Salinas, Norma Sallee, Joe Sammons, Mike Sanders, Grace Sanders, Nita Kay Sanders, William Sanderson, jack Sandoval, Bernardo Santibanez, Carmen Savage, Carolyn Sawicki, Gail Sayers, Sandra Scales, james Scarlett, Maxwell Schaefer, Walt Schell, Victor Schirato, james Schluter, Donna Schmalstieg, Linda. Schmidt, Sandra Schnitzius, Elaine Schober, Dean Schwartinsky, Pat Schwartz, Glynnda Scott, Jackie Scott, janet Lee Scott, Linda Scott, Paula Scott, Robert Scott, Sarah Scott, Suzanne Scruggs, Pamela Sears, Carolyn Seay, Elaine C lailel ress B eaamont Garlaml Fort Worth Ea'iabarg Denton Dallas Dallas Odessa Loo ,tv Fort Wo1'tb Fort Worth Dallas Dallas Fort Worth College Station Dallas Fort Worth Gordomfille Dallas Dallas Krum Sifzton Houston Dallas Waco Waco Dallas Fort Worth Panama City, Fla. Farmers Branrla Dal l as Gatesrille lI"ust Italy D.1lil.1,m' ..l!7llc'l.'c' .lf.Yfcllf.1.'6 Sceling, Martha .D.:ll.:s Scider, Juanita H.:n:.ilr.w Svlli, Suzanne Lf1,'.'v.".', .Npfx Sll.lxlC, Ycrnon Xgrg A-lagjt-r--5, Slmmlwiirgur, Robert Iufrgsp Slmrp, Ilona' lip' Slmslcvn, XXRIYINL' ll. 'Q Slmw, Kathryn Sh.1w, Kenneth Sh.nv, M.n'th.1 Shell, Linda Shelton, Beverly Shelton, Nancy Shelton, Vicki Shepard, David Shipman, Richard Shipp, Darlene Shipp, Tina Shirey, jack Shivers, Doris Shoults, Janelle Shuford, Tom Shmnate, Carolyn Sickler, Barbara Siebert, Sue Simmons, Jerri Simpson, Andy Sims, Ann Sims, Barbara Sims, Leon Sims Pat Sittoh, F rank Skinner, Sandra Slack, Victor Sluder, Garry Small, Donald Smallwood, Tommy Smith, Bennie Smith, Bill Smith, Clyde Smith, David Smith, David A. Smith, Ginger Smith, james Smith, jan Smith, Ianet Smith, jean Tln'ovl2n1orlon Fort ll"o1'll7 Demtffr Gornzan Fort llVorth I tarca I ruin g Dallar C ol ernan Walnut Springr Dallaf Portalef, N. M. Carthage Longview Denton Waxabacbie Dallar Dallaf Fort W'ortlo Rio Vifta Waxabachie Fort Worth .Dallay Lon goiew Littlefield Dallas Orange Era Archer C ity Dallar Dallar Fort lVortla Brownwood Brownwood Dallax Dallax Dallaf Pilot Point Friona Fort Wo1'th 485 fl l l -'il l ll I ' 4 E l l ll fl r l 4 l l : l 2 l Vi I is gl, l , 1 ,i i yi ,J lil ll' ll l, l it l , l' , , iw ,Q li li: l l l , in l' i :ll , lil Vg ,ll ly ll l i l' 1 4 f 5 .' Y l ,E lg ll . N 'AE Smith, joan Smith Linda Smith Maud Smith R'Dean Smith, Robert Smith, Sandra Smith Wlilliam Smithers, Shirley Snider, Anna Snow, Nicholas Sonnenburg, Sylvia Sorlie, Jon Sorrell, jerry Southworth, james Spann, Donald Spann, Sue Spelce, Mary Spence, Beverly Spencer, Gayle Spencer, Nancy Waxahachie Dallax H onrlon Holliday Denton San Antonio McKinney Denton Marrhall H onfzfon Dallas S hernzan Dallar Waco Decazfnf' Mount Pleayant Fort Worth S hernzan Dallaf H nnlwille Sperry, Suzanna Splitts, Patricia Spradley, Jimmy Spray, Geney Mineola Fort Wo1'th Profper Matador Springer, Mary Lou is -we Spurgin, Billy Stalcup, Sandra Standerfer, Nina Stanford, Glenda Starkey, Maribeth Starnes, James Steadham, Glynda Steed, Sandra Steele, L. D. Stein, Margaret Steinman, Donna Stephens, Charles Stephens, Dawn Stephens, Susan Stephenson, Janice Sterling, Billy Stevens, Gayle Stevens, Mun' jane Stewart Carolyn Stewart George Rochwall DeSoto Dallas Dallas H ohhr, N. M. S eymour K oun tze Crane Graham Pam pa Gal izi'e,vtor1 Fort lI"orfh AIrKinney B ro uv: wood ..iff.I.'lfc1 l1".z.x'.:h.n'l1Ea .F!'f.vC0 lion' llnuffh lj.Zll,.l.V lw.iili'. 2,1 fl vrxgs Freshmen Swift, james Sword, Carol Tabor, Kenneth Tallant, Barbara Tantillo, Victor Tappin, Anthony Tarrance, Les Tarrant, Bill Tarvin, Karon Tatum, Mary Taulman, Derek Taylor, Brent Taylor, Cecil Taylor, Charlotte Taylor, Dave Taylor, Hoyt Taylor, Kay Taylor, Richard Taylor, Sandra Taylor, Sandy Teague, Harold Teal, james Tedford, George Tefteller, George Terracina, Mary Lou Terry, Sandra Thener, Bill Thomas, Gayle Thomas, John Thomas, Reba Thomas, Ruby Jane Thompson, Dennis Thompson, Dennis Thompson Evelyn Thompson janet Thompson, linda Thompson, Mary Tlmompson, Phyl Tlmornlmill, l7.u'l Tlmornton, Robert Plainview Dallas Mesquite For! Worth Texas Cily Dallas Dallas Greenville Fort W'ortl9 Fort Worth Fort Worth McKi7z72ey Dallas Post McKinney Fort IVortb Melissa Bll1'kbZl1'7261ff Dallas Fort II'7ortb Brownwood Seymour Saranac, N. Y. Bailey Dall as lVar'0 Dallas Terrell Tfzboka Denton Denier: Pl.1.f1: 1 'ir zz' F .. off Il orfb IYIJ.: .lwllxllli lj kf.:1'..: l1lt"'-'.'..f'. ll. ll..f,'..- PM K ,fi VV 1 , .l il i l 4 I I . I l l . 5 l 5 lllllllllklll, Xmi lkdxxcll, Susan liill, hl.llN llflll lillllloil, bli.-lull llnnmons, lox' Tisdale, Hola Tlucela. Nancy Todd, 'lane Todd, Sharon Tomlin, Diana Torhett, Oscar Lee Towery, Sharon Townley, Gwen Trapp, Terry Travelstead, Betty Travis, Dennis Trevino, Jeannie Tritton, David Tucker, LeRoy Tuckey, Elizabeth Tunnell, Larry Turano, James Turner, C. L. Turner, Larry Tuttle, jane Twomey, Barbara Tyson, Vernard Umphress, Ierrye Unger, Mary Uselton, Michael Van Arsdall, Pat Van Zandt, james, Velclrnan, Martha Vermillion, Ronald Vest, Marie Vick, Dormer Viesca, Marcelino Voich, Patricia Voltr, james Voss, Anne Wadley, Linda K HI' l lf.n'l.11fil 1.1 lf. 17.1 li.'.fffw.w1' 4llc'lX.'llllc'Al' D.1lli1.v liillm Dr1!!tl.l' Harlingen Fort-llVorfh Zllflilfllll lV6dfb6l'f0l'd Carrollton lVellington Sanger Dal lar Eolinhzzrg Richaralron Dallas Merhel Earth Dallas Fort Worth C arrolllon Grapevine Ahilene For! Wofth H nm! Mohh, U lah Loving Dallar Bonham Dallar Van Alrlyne Pecos Denton Pearrall Fort Wo1'th Charlotte, N. C. Fort W'orth Fort Wo1'lh Wagner, Mary Dallaf Wagonseller, Roulene Bowie Walden, Randa A1'lingl071 Waldrop, john P01f1'.fh01'0 r.....,' A i I 1 l l L l 2 I 1 l 2 , i l i I 1 l J l l l J il l ! T s ,J l if l l i. 'l , r l r .li r ,. :ii iv Ll? ll ll ,v Class of 966 Waldrup, jimmy Walker, Dale Walker, Dianne Walker, Sharon Wallis, Gwen Walls, Marti Walters, jim Walton, Carolyn Walton, Robert Ward, Carol Ward, Henrietta Wardlaw, Nina Beth Wardlow, Connie Warren, Charlotte Warren, Garrison Warren, Jane Washburn, Jean Watkins, Diana Watkins, Fred Watson, Karol Watson, Leonard Watson, Mildred Watson, Wanda Watterson, Dianne Wattner, Judy Watts, Carole Weaver, Jo Rene Webb, Thomas Weber, Andrea Weddell, Monty Wedel, Mary Ellen Weeks, Judy Weidler, Barbara Wfeimar, Donna Wfeir, Linda Wleiss, Gary Wlelch, Doug Wlclch, Lana XVClls, Sue Wlessels, S.lllUll'.l Grapevine Dallas Denison Fort 'Worth Dallas Dallas Dallas Saint Louis Hurst Marshall I rvin g Carthage Dallas Dallas Qnanah Dallas Bells Pear Valley Wellington Fort Worth Fort Worth Dallas foneshoro Mesquite Seagozfille Dallas Denton Dallas Dal l as Dal l di A llJl6,Vh106' Stamford Vefzezueln. S. --I. Cedm' Hill For." Uuorth I rr.: Horzoiulu. H.1u'.1ii Sh'c'V!.?2.1'1 l.1.'5.s :"."r.' H. ms fm: "1 V' I E 1 l ' i 1 XX tsl, Pan .ll. 1IXHH1i'vj' XX Ol. lxvlwli ll.1ff.l.x XX lmilcx, xiloim f,1i',l7i'Iwy-fy XXl1cclu1. bollw lfllcn l7e'iNl'r'!' Cfily Xxilllxill-IIN. kiiudx' lI"lfif11vjl XYhipplc, ldOl1Il.l .f'll'fil1gl'0l1 XYl1lSCl1.1l1f, Bill illi'Kj1111gj' XY'l1itc. C.u'olx'u Plrrmznz XY'hite, Sylvia For! ll7"0rf!9 XY'hitehurst, Carol Abjfwfg Wfhiting, John Denison XVhitman, Gregory Orange Wfhitson, Linda Dgllgy Wfiesmann, Donald Gfzifzewjllg XVigand, Martha Dallay Wilborn, Tim Port W01'th Wfilkins, Donald Fort W'01'tlJ Wfilliams, Patricia WbiteJb01'0 Williams, Sandra Dizllizr Williaans, Sharry Fort W'0rtlJ Williamson, jackie Bferkefzridge Williamson, Karen Wichita Falla Wilson, Brenda Lzzfkin Wilson, Claudia Dallas Wilson DiAnn Longview Wilson, Dianne Dizllizf Wilson, Dianne Spur Wilson, George Dallas Wilson, jack Big Spring Wilson, Linda .McKinney . . . For goodness sake, Sybil, you're just going home for two days, not two months . . . Dirty clothes? Check. Make-up? Check. Clean dresses? Check. Platinum wig? Check. Books for homework? Forget it . . . . . . OK. Let's go. Wait! Forgot something. No, I didn't. Now lock the door. Hold it! Lost my key. No, never mind. Let's load this stuff in the car. Where's the car? Oh, now I see it . . . If I could just get some big fat boy to come over here and sit on the car trunk until I lock it . . . . . . Man, let's get out of this town! We're ten minutes behind schedule already . . . I'll skip biology. That way we can get an early start . . . It's the first time I've been home in months . . . 1 'N GRIMACING at the armful of clothes and books that she needs to take home with her, this coed wonders where to store even more junk. Freshmen obert Lon gozew 'andra S hermezn ,, Windy Lon goiew Qinda Fort Worth Q . 7 Winn, Rex Wirz, Patricia Wirz, Richard Wisdom, Larry Witcher, Vicki Wittenburg, Linda Wolf, Barbara Womack, Marilyn WOmmHCk, David Woodard, Michael Woodford, Ernest Worley, john Wortham, Richard Worthington, Charlene Wortman, Paula Wozencraft, Beverly Wray, Kathleen Wrenn, Pamela Wright, Freddie Wright, Gerald Wyatt, Bobby Wylie, Diana Yahr, Rick Yankie, Sue Yarbro, Laura Yarbrough, Ann Youle, Vicki Young, Bobby Young, Gary Young, Nancy y Youngdnhl, Brian Y Younger, Carolyn Youls, Don r Znlkovsky, Marilyn l Zipper, Dorothy S omeroill e, Mem. Seymour Seym our Denton Fort Worth Lometa S on Antonio Linden Allante Pnrir Dallas Hll1'Sf Della! Aloafzzeio Dallarr Orange ' Dallfu Parir McKinney McKinney Richardrorz Mesquite Fort Worth Clarendon Fort u70I'fl7 Dollar 1951121 If B rid qv port 4'17I1.'Il'.:lii0 Rf4'h7r1l'jJ'07? 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Richards Club Sr. Mary Arden THETFORD, Dorothy, Secondary Education Phi Beta Lambda SNEA THOMAS, Priscilla, Spanish, Drama Chi Omega Kappa Delta Pi Philosophy Club SNEA THOMAS, Rosemary, Secondary Education Alpha Phi, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer Kappa Mu Epsilon SNEA Sr. Mary Arden Women's Forum TILLER, Jim, Secondary Education Gamma Theta Upsilon Kappa Alpha Kappa Delta Pi Phi Alpha Theta Phi Eta Sigma SNEA TINSLEY, Talmadge, Marketing Theta Chi 498 Marketing Club TIPTON, Barbara, Business Administration Phi Beta Lambda Phi Chi Theta, Vice-President TOLLIVER, Donald H., Business Administration Marketing Club TOMPKINS, Ima Jo, Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club SNEA Women's Forum TORRENCE, Mary, Elementary Education ACE, Secretary SNEA Women's Forum TRAVIS, Susan, Music MENC Mu Phi Epsilon, Best Pledge, Treasurer TRAYLOR, Bobby, General Business AFROTC Iota Nu Sigma TUCKFIELD, Fran, Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi, Guard, Vice- President Gamma Theta Upsilon SNEA Sr. Mary Arden Women's Forum TULLOS, MO, Accounting Accounting Club Finance Club TURBEVILLB, LESTER PEARL, Elementary Education Gamma Theta Upsilon Methodist Student Movement SNEA Sr. Mary Arden U ULBRICH, Dea, Elementary Education ACE SNEA V VACEK, Robert, Business Administration Newman Club Young Democrats, President VAN HOOSE, M. J., Secondary Education SNEA Young Republicans VANN, JERRY ANN, Voice Performance A Cappella Choir Grand Chorus Opera Workshop Sigma Alpha Iota VARLEY, Nancy, Elementary Education Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Phi, President Panhellenic Council SNEA Sr. Mary Arden Women's Forum VAUPEL, Virginia, General Business Chi Omega Marketing Club Women's Forum VENTIMIGLIA, Tony, Marketing Kappa Alpha Marketing Club VINSON, Phil, Journalism Campus Chat, Friday News Editor Press Club, Vice-President Sigma Delta Chi VITANZA, Frances Anne, Elementary Education ACE Grand Chorus SNEA Theta Chi Dream Girl Women's Forum VYNER, Jeffrey L., Government Christian Science Organization, President Iota Nu Sigma, Vice-President W WADE, Wayne, Education Kappa Sigma WAGGONER, Bascom, Marketing Marketing Club WAGGONER, Diane, Library Service Alpha Beta Alpha, President SNEA Women's Forum WAGNON, Barbara, Secondary Education Phi Beta Lambda Sr. Mary Arden WAITE, Marilyn M., Music A Cappella Choir Alpha Chi Alpha Lambda Delta Delta Gamma Grand Chorus Madrigal Singers Sigma Alpha Iota WALDON, Jerry H., Mathematics AIP Kappa Mu Epsilon WALKER, Martha Kay, Elementary Education 'ACE Gamma Theta Upsilon ISO Methodist Student Movement, Publicity Chairman SNEA, Historian WALKER, Robert, Administrative Management SAM Sigma Phi Epsilon WALL, Jack, Marketing Lambda Chi Alpha ' WALLS, Arla, Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club, Treasurer ISO SNEA I Student Religious Council WALTERS, Suzanne Adair, Library Service Alpha Beta Alpha WALTON, Bob, Marketing Marketing Club WARD, Berl W., Accounting Accounting Club I WARD, Mary Alice, Music Education MENC, President Orchestra l WARREN, Rose Nell, English Dean's List WARWICK, Henry J., Personnel Management Delta Sigma Pi, Chairman WASHINGTON, Marilyn, Elementary Education BSU Young Democrats WEAVER, James, Speech Alpha Chi, President Debate Club, President ISO Kappa Delta Pi Outstanding Radio-TV Student Phi Eta Sigma Pi Kappa Delta Radio Club USNT, Elections Board Chairman Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges Who's Who in Speech and Drama Young Democrats WEBB, Bill H., Marketing Marketing Club, Vice-President Theta Chi, Treasurer WELCH, Jerry Lee, Accounting Accounting Club AFROTC, Sabre Drill Team Young Republicans WERNER, William, Music Education Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia WEST, Turner William, Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club WHITE, Don, Business Administration Finance Club ISO Methodist Student Movement West Dorm.Association WHITE, Donnita, Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club, President Phi Upsilon Omicron SNEA Sr. Mary Arden , Women's Forum WHITFORD, Paul, Accounting Accounting Club WHITTEN, Ben, Physical Education Golf Team West Dorm Association WHITTEN, Samuel J., General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon WHITWORTH, William L., Business Administration Marketing Club WILBURN, Albert, Accounting Accounting Club Beta Alpha Psi Marketing Club WILKS, Judy, Home Economics Education Ellen H. Richards Club WILLENBURG, Mary Lou, Elementary Education ACE Zeta Tau Alpha WILLHITE, Carol, Interior Design Fencing Team SAID Women's Forum Young Republicans WILLI-Rg1g1'E, Janet, Elementary Education Alpha Chi Jr. and Sr. Mary Arden Kappa Delta Pi WILLIAMS, Billy Don, Physical Education SNEA West Dorm Association WILLIAMS, Coy, Physical Education intigmlgirags, Studleigl Gjooadinator . . ro essiona u I reasurer WILLIAMS, Judy, Elementary Education Delta Gamma, Activities Chairman Kappa Delta Pi WILLIAMS, Marsha Kay, Mathematics Kappa Mu Epsilon SNEA Young Democrats WILLIAMS, Walter, History BSU SNEA WILLIAMSON, Ray, Government BSU, President Sigma Phi Epsilon Talons, President USNT, President Who's NVl1o in American Universities and Colleges WILSON, Janice Collane, Music Education Alpha Chi Alpha Lambda Delta Kappa Delta Pi MENC Mu Phi Epsilon Pi Kappa Lambda WILSON, Jim E., Production Management Management Club Marketing Club Young Republicans WILSON, Zelomie Jean, Music Education Mu Phi Epsilon WINDHAM, Caroline, ,Elementary Education SNEA Women's Forum WISDOM, Sue, English Oak St. Hall, President Phi Beta Lambda, Treasurer Philosophy Club Young Republicans WITTENBERG, Susan, Elementary Education Los Caballeros Women's Forum WOOD, Kathleen, Music Education Phi Beta Kappa, Secretary CHCJCJ WOODLAND, Jim, Accounting Alpha Lambda Pi WOODLING, Carolyn, English Gamma Delta SNEA Women's Forum WOODS, Jerry C,, English Sigma Phi Epsilon Sophomore Class President USNT, Senator WOODS, Linda, Music Mu Phi Epsilon Top Coed on Campus Young Republicans WOOSLEY, Betty, Elementary Education Los Caballeros, Corresponding Secretary SNEA Women's Forum WOOTTEN, Patricia, Elementary Education ACE Alpha Chi - Alpha Lambda Delta Gamma Delta, Program Chairman Gamma Theta Upsilon, President Jr. and Sr. Mary Arden Kappa Delta Pi Marquis Hall, Vice-President SNEA Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges WOOTTON, Dale, General Business Beta Gamma Sigma Blue Key Delta Sigma Pi, President Finance Club Investments Club Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges WRIGHT, Herschel, Industrial Arts Track Team WRIGHT, James Terry, Physical Education Geezles Football WYATT, David, Production Management Finance Club Management Club WYLIE, John Michael, Government and Accounting Chancery Club Y YANCEY, Bayne Allin, Art-Interior Design SAID, Vice-President YARBROUGH, Cathey, Elementary Education ACE SNEA Women's Forum YEAGER, John Aulton, Business Administration BSU Management Club Young Republicans YOUNG, Armil a, Administrative Management Phi Beta Lambda SAM YOUNG, Bill, Mathematics Quadrangle, Head Counselor Men's Quad Association YOUNG, Mary Catherine, Music Education MENC NTSU Concert Band Sigma Alpha Iota Orchestra YOUNG, Patsy Ruth, Business Education NBEA Phi Beta Lambda Z ZIMMERMAN, Judy, Home Economics Education Ellen H. Richards Club SNEA SNEA ' : S. ir' 1 il ' P ix, il? l im s. , , 1 . . X. 1 X ':x 2 S . 5: ' it . 1 l' 2 291,13 s B" 'sk xi Vina, Q -.-xi, can ll"n ts. 1 N"-i5 I Q-S' 1 s- l l i 1 2 l l E l I ! 1 3 lla! ilu :ul Pauli 1 Il 3 125 vi L! gy Si 3. i ii 31 :fl 'Lvl 11.13, F'-r' all 5 .PV p, lp 'Qi -s r T E Ti 11 Alpha Beta Alpha ...... Alpha Chi .................. .... Alpha Chi Sigma .......... ...- Alpha Lambda Delta ................ ....- Alpha Lambda Pi ....................- Alpha Phi ......................................----- - American Institute of Physics ............ Angel Flight ................................. .--- Arnold Air Society ................. .... Association for Childhood Education ............................. ..... I3 Beta Beta Beta .............. ........ Blue Key ......................... CI Chancery Club ............. Chi Omega ...................... ID Debate Club .................. ...- Delta Gamma .............. Delta Psi Kappa ...... Delta Si ma Phi ......... B Delta Sigma Pi ............. IE Ellen H. Richards ............. ..... C3 ,Geezles ............................. Green Jackets ................. ..... I Independent Students Organization Industrial Arts Club ............................ Interfraternity Council Iota Nu Sigma ................. 11 Adams, R. W. ........ . 350. Allen, Howard .............. ----------- p B Bahnsen, Kenneth ........... ...... 3 01, Baird, Edward A. ..... . Ballard, E. G. ......... . Barnes, Norman ....... .... .------ Bates, Kathryn S. ............. ..., . Belcher, William F. ..---- Bilyeu, Russell .............. Blair, A. Witt .......... Boaz, Olna ................. Bonney, Merl E. ..... . Brown, Leon F. ........ . Browning, Gloria ......... CI Caldwell, Patsy ......... Caldwell, Robert ...... Carrico, J. L. ..... . Carter, John L. .... . Clifton, E. S. .... . Colson, Ted .......... gonnell,GL. F. ..... . o , eorge ...... Coil? Alfred A. .... . Cross, Jack ................. Curry, O. J. .................... ....... . Cuthbert, Kenneth ........ ...... IJ Dalrymple, H. B. ............................... . DeMougeot, William R. ............ 186, Dickey, Imogene .......... .............. Dickie, Alex .................. ....... 3 54, Duncan, Travis ............. ....... 3 18, I3 Eberly, Ralph ......... ..... Ellis, Jason ...... ....... ..... Ellis, Merrill ................... ...... Ii Farrington, E. H. ........... ............. . Ferrill, Herb ................. ....... 3 01, Friedsam, H. J-. ..., . Fuchs, Rudolph ..... Fulton, Marjorie ........ 166 195 166 196 168 199 252 178 240 241 172 222 169 182 260 186 254 197 264 202 175 262 236 224 184 249 200 352 235 304 154 378 206 353 359 204 368 368 223 221 197 197 354 362 354 359 194 363 204 181 201 366 372 360 377 353 357 319 377 178 119 354 336 365 179 , 163 Organizations Index I Junior Mary Arden ..----------------- - -------- - Junior Panhellt-:niC Council ---------------- BZ Kappa Alpha ............-- Kappa Delta .2 ..........--- Kappa Delta Pi. .........---- Kappa Mu Epsilon ...... Kappa Sigma ............... IQ Lambda Chi Alpha ......... Los Caballeros .............. L4 Marketing Club ......----------------- ------------- Men's P. E. Professional Club ........ Meritum ............. ......-------------- --------------- Mu Phi Epsilon ............-------------- ------ Music Educators National Conference .............. ....-------- - -- I? Phi Beta Lambda ...... Phi Chi Theta .......... Phi Eta Sigma ............... - Phi Kappa Sigma ....... Phi Mu Alpha ................. Phi Upsilon l Omicron P1 Delta Phi .................. Pi Kappa Alpha ...... Pi Omega Pi .......... Pi Sigma Alpha ...... Press Club .................. Psi Chi .......................... l Radio-TV Club .............. ROTC Band .............. Roger M. Ramey ..... 225 248 268 258 201 204 270 272 228 180 192 170 205 183 208 213 171 282 220 210 218 274 217 206 187 223 194 242 244 Faculty Index C3 Gafford, Frank ......... Gallo, Anita ........... Gerding, J. L. ...... . Glaze, William ...... Gough, C. Ray .......... Gowan, Donald E. ........ . II Hamilton, Stanley K. Hampleman, Richard S. Hansen, Walter ........... Harrison, A. N. ..... . Hieble, Jacob .......... Holland, R. V. ..... . Hood, Nancye .......... I Johnson, Charles ........... PC Kamp, H. W. ......... . Kingery, Dwane -..... Kjer, Dell C. ......... . Knepper, Noah ....... ... Kooker, Earl W. ..... . I. 357, 307, Laing, Richard .............. .... Leo, Nelson F. ................. .... . Lewis, Lalia ...- .................... Lorino, Lt. Col. Nash INI Marder, Carl .............. Matthews, J. C. ..... . McAlister, Sam B. .... . McCain, Fred ....... McKinley, Frank ...... McLeod, Pat .......... Meador, Rowe ..... Miller, Lee ....... Mitchell, Odus .......... IJ 52, 350, Nelson, A. F. ................................... . Newland, Chester A. ....... . 182, 364, 364 209 216 118 173 358 229 172 365 180 361 361 197 316 316 315 172 372 223 193 365 197 374 229 357 364 301 144 185 181 211 302 357 378 S Sabres ............................ Senior Mary Arden ........... Panhellenic Council ....... Sigma Alpha Eta ........ Sigma Alpha Iota ....... Sigma Delta Chi .... Sigma Delta Pi ........ Sigma Sigma Sigma Nu .... 1 ............ Tau Delta ................... Society for Advancement of Phi Epsilon ,..,...,,,,.., Management .,.......,...,..,,.,, ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, Student Art Educators Association .... Student Association of Advertising Desi ners 8 --------------------..- ..................... Student Association of Interior Designers ....................,. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, TF Talons ..: .............,......,.,, , Theta Chi ....................... Theta Sigma Phi ............ II University Players ........... YX7 West Dorm Association Wing Staff ....................... Women's Forum .......... Young Democrats ........... Young Republicans ......., IZ Zeta Tau Alpha ........ 1? Parrish, Herbert C. ..... ........ 2 04, Payne, Vernon ......... Peery, Mary Glenn ...... ........... Pickrell, Jesse F. ...... . Pilkey, Rita ................ Pool, Gail ......................... Powell, Charles W. .. Ii Raiford, Carolyn .......... .................. Redden, David ............. ........ 1 18, Roach, Archie ................. ....... 3 57, S Sampley, A. M. ............ ..... 1 16 Sampley, Eva Joy ............ ..... 1 10, Schlichting, Harold ....... .. ............... Scoular, Florence I. ...... ....... 3 57, Scroggs, Jack .............. .......... 3 57, Shands, H. G. ........ .... .. .... .. ............ . Shuford, C. E. .......... 214 Silvey, J. K. G. ..... . Smyth, Philip ......... Spurlock, J. J. ...... Stafford, Cora ........... Stanley, Robert L. ...... . 363, 351 352, 'UUHII3 Sybert, Jim .................,., ,,,,,,,,, TF Taylor, Glen ............... ,. .,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Thompson, Charles M. Tompkins, John E. Toulouse, Robert .... 17 Vaughan, Nick ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, YX7 Wall, Larry ..................,,.. Watson, Jack ...-..-.--.. Webb David , ' A. ....... ............. . Whitten, Mary E. ...... ....... 2 11, Woods, William G. .....,. ............. . IZ Zachry, Billy R. .......... . 243 226 248 207 219 214 216 276 278 211 174 193 179 173 238 266 215 229 235 245 230 231 234 256 363 208 227 357 236 217 353 0 206 378 376 135 375 222 370 378 192 359 377 361 357 358 214 178 200 200 354 357 204 160 192 360 377 353 185 4499 Atchley, Craig .......... ...........,... 218, A Blankenshi Elizabeth Ann Aaron, Jerry .---------------------- 1 ---------------- Aaron, Loretta Jean .-------------------- Abernathy, Roger .-..------------ 180, 193 Abernathy, Suzanne ...... 4--------- 2 52, Abernathy, Wylena ...... ------- 2 13, Ables, Kurt .....--------- ------4----- Ables, Scott ..............---. -----------A Abraham, Mary Lou ...... -A---- 2 40, Abraham, Tony .......... ------------ Absher, Truett ................ ----------------- Acord, Mary Jane ....--- ------ 2 52, Adair, Melba ......--.- .----------- Adams, Billy Don ..... ---------- Adams, Bob .......... ----- Adams, David ....... ----- Adams, Eddie ...... ------ Adams, George ..........-.----------------------- - Adams, Glenda .....--.-------.----------------- Adams, Gloria .... 60, 116, 129, 167, Adams, Joe E. ...........--------------------------- -- Adams, Joe Lee ...... ------ Adams, Robert ....... --------- Adams, Sheridan ...... ------------ Adamson, Sandra .,,., .,... 2 05, Aday, James ............ ------ 2 29, Aday, Marveene -------- Agee, Sharon .........---.- - ------- - Agnew, Robert L. ........---..--- -------- - Ahlfinger, Carole Ann .....---.--------------- Ahlfinger, Neal' ...........-.------------------- Ahrens, Dinah Sue ---------------- 176, Ainsworth, Charles W. CBudJ ........ Akerlund, Eric .....------------------------- Akers, Joe Hoyt .............--------------- Alagood, Robert ......... Alberson, James H. .... . 270, Albright, Alice .......... --.------------- Albritton, Jimmy ......-.-.---------- 270, Alders, Jerry .................--------. --.----------- Aldridge, Paul ............------------------- ----- Alexander, Betty .... 130, 167, 212, Alexander, Carole ........ 175, 188, 210, Alford, Karen --------------------------- --------- Alford, Martha ....-- -------------------------- Alland, Bill ........ --.------------------ Allcorn, Connie ..---- -------------------------- Allen, Ann ..............-..------- 157, 205, Allen, Barbara E. .....------- 219, 252, Allen, Bettye .....--. --------------------- Allen, Charlotte .-----.------- Allen, David .............- ------------ Allen, Davy Mack ..... ..--- 2 73, l uen, J. Ilavid .......... ....... 233 Allen, Jerry ........ -- ---------- -- Allen, Jimmy .............-.--- ------- 2 00, Allen, Lana ..............------ ----- -------- 2 ' 37 Allen, Luther ........------------- ------------ - Allen, Marvie Eleanor -------------------- Allen, Nelda Jo' ................. ......-- 1 76 Allen, Roger Bownds .....--- ------------- Allen, Sam Henry ...-.---- ---------- Allen, Sandra Lee ...... ----- Allen, Susan J. ......... ----- - Allison, Jean .............. ------------- Allison, Richard ...... Almand, Darrell ........ Almon, Marcus N. .......... . IIIHEEEQ Alsup, Dale Lynn -..--.------------------ 178 Alterman, Mark Anthony 15 1, Amacker, Sue ..........-..---.---- ----------- Aman, Frances ................ Amidon, Grace Ann ..... Amos, Karen ............. - Amundson, Barbara Amyx, Pie ....----------- Amyx, Shirlene ...... Anders, Jim .......... Anders, Sandra ...... 225, 88, 95, s Anderson, Amelia ...... 188 Anderson, Booty ------------ Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Charles W. Anderson, Jean .......... Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Sally .............. 190, Glenda ........ Glendon L. Harold ......... Judy ............. Leta Nan ..... ffffu250 J Anderson, Sharon ..... -.--- 2 11, Anderson, Tena .....------------------------ ------- Anderson, Tom ----------- . ------------------------- Anderson, William fB1llJ Ralph .... Anderson, Willy ...--------------------- 174, Andrews, George ............---.---------- ---------- Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, Andrus, Andrew ...... Anglin, Gladys ...... Ansley, Tommy ...... Anthony, Mark ...... Norvel L. .... . Prentiss ......... Robert G. .... . Appleton, Rex B. ...... ---------------------- - Argo, William ..........-.------------------ ------ Armstrong, Boyd .......-.-.- 60, 125, Armstrong, Leona ............ ------ -------------- Armstrong, Lucrccia Arnerich, Stephanie Arnn oh n W , J . ............ . Arnold, Carolyn ...... 500 Ann ,,..... .......... 384 453 384 405 453 453 428 405 235 405 405 384 384 181 428 453 235 453 170, 384 453 299 384 453 384 453 453 428 384 384 453 453 384 405 453 174 405 453 384 453 405 226, 384 405 453 428 428 428 405 405 453 453 278 405 428 276 405 258 453 405 453 453 454 384 454 405 454 384 428 382 229 179 428 454 428 428 454 384 454 209 405 268 454 405 428 454 584 454 454 428 405 454 405 454 384 384 428 428 454 428 405 185 405 405 384 224 428 454 454 428 428 Student Arnold, Gary Wayne ..... Arnold, John ........,..... Arnold, Virginia ...... Arrington, Kenneth ..... Arrott, Cal Richard ..... Arrott, John ................ Arterburn, Tony ...... Arthur, Ellen .............. Asel, Martha ............... Ashcraft, Hilda ..,.............. Aslan, Farhad QBillJ ..... Ashmore, Darrell .......... Askew, james CJamieJ ..... Assiter, Amy Ann ............ ,Qnui55f QfIfu22a, .UIIJE00 Athey, Atkins, Atkins, Shirley ............. Billy Jack ...... 250, Jack .............. ................,.. 454 264 428 405 429 429 454 384 454 454 382 454 384 454 454 384 384 454 215 454 405 454 429 429 Index Atkins, Judy ............ ............. 1 87, Atkins, Marilyn .................................... Atkinson, Beverly ........ 105, 240, Atteberry, Shirley Ann ........................ Austin, William E. ..... .................. . Autry, Paula ............... ...... 1 68, Avery, Carol ...... .... 1 68, 260 Axtell, Bill ........... ............. 1 87 Aycock, Flora ...... ..........,..... 3 84 Ayers, Brenda .............. ....... 1 90, 216 Ayers, Henry ............... ....,.......... 4 54 Ayers, Norma Jean ............. ........ 1 95, 405 B Baber, Cyndie .............. ........... 4 05 Babers, Ron ................. ...........-.... 4 54 Baca, Bea ................. ...... 2 56, 429 Back, Garland .... ........................ 2 68 Bacon, Edward R. ................ 238, 278 405 Bagby, Dorothy ........ 86, 232, 256, 384 Bagby, Nancy .....,.. ........................... 4 05 Baggett, John H. ..... ........ 2 42, 264, 429 Bagley, Pat .........,.. .............. 2 34 454 Bagley, Walt ....... ....................... 2 34 Bailey, Brad ....... ........................... 4 29 Bailey, Bubba ..... .... 2 76, 315, 316 Bailey, Candy .... ...................... 4 54 Bailey, Charles ............................ 180, 406 Bailey, Jan .................... 209, 231, 406 Bailey, Robert Frederick .................... 454 Bailey, Sandra ................ 209, 212, 384 Baird, Charles ........... ...................... 4 29 Baird, Charles .............. .................. 4 54 Baker, Angela Kay .......,.................... 454 Baker, Beverly ............................ 260, 406 Baker, Bruce W. .................................... 384 Baker, Carolyn .... 120, 129, 167, 201, 208, 212, 217, 226, 584 Baker, Donna .................................... 454 Baker, Dorothy Jane ............................ 406 Baker, Jim ................... ...... 3 38, 429 Baker, Juanell .......... ........................... 4 54 Baker, Kay ....... ......... .. .-...-..---.------- 4 54 Baker, Linda ....... ..............................-.-. 4 54 Baker, Lucy ................ 222, 226, 236, 334 Baker, Margaret ..............--....---- 250, 384 Baker, Mary Beth .......-.....----.-------------- 384 Baker, Pat ..............- -------- 4 29 Baker, Ronald H. ...... ...... 3 84 Baker, Ruth ........... ----- 4 06 Baldwin, Dianne ...... ...-.- 4 06 Baldwin, Pat .............. ..... 4 06 Ball, Beverly Ann ...... ......... 4 06 Ball, Eugene ........... ............ 4 29 Ballard, Charles ...... ................ 2 74 Ballauer, David 299, 406 Ballenger, Phylis ...... ............. 4 54 Ballowe, Victor .... ....... 2 68 Balthrop, Steve ....... ............ 4 06 Bandy, Janice ...... ........ 1 77, 406 Bandy, Sonia ........... ...................... 1 79 Bane, George P. ........................ .. 429 Banks, Brenda .... ..... 2 48, 256, 429 Banks, Dick ........... ...................... 4 54 Banks, Mary Alice ..... ....... ......... 4 5 4 Banks, Robert L. ...... ..... 4 06 Bankston, Douglas ...... ..... 4 06 Banner, Nick .............. ..... 4 06 Bantuelle, Charles ................... . ........ 234 Barbee, Ayn ........................................ 406 Barbee, Joan Barbara CFurrJ ........ 384 Barbee, Linton E. ........................ 182, 406 Barbee, Melissa ................ 166, 226, 406 Barfknecht, Frederick William ........ 429 Barger, Erin ............................ 250, 429 Barham, Carol Ann ............................ 454 Barkemeyer, Georgia ..... ............. 4 54 Barkemeyer, Ruth E. ...... 201, 384 Barker, Marcia .......... ............... 4 29 Barksdale, Robert ..... .... 2 72, 406 Barnard, Jean .......... ............,,,, 4 54 Barner, Joe ........... 222, 429 Barnes, Bryan ............. ...........,. 4 06 Barnes, Doris Jean ....... ....,. 1 77, 454 Barnes, James ........... ,,,.,,.,,,, 4 06 Barnes, Joe ............ ,,,,,,,, 4 29 Barnes, Phil ........ ,,.,.,,,,,,, 4 06 Barnes, Sharon ........... .,.,...,,,,,,, 3 84 Barnett, James .........,...,... ,,,, 2 06, 406 Barnett, Jeanie Elaine ..... ............ 4 54 Barnett, Patricia .....,...,... ,,,..,,,,,,,, 4 54 Barrett, John .............. ...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 55 Barrett, Linda .......... 453, 1155 Barrington, Barbara ........... 406 Barron, Brent ...........,., , ,,,,,, 129 Barrow, Wendy Elizabeth .... 186, Barth, Harry E- ------------------ -------------- 4 55 Bartholomew, David ........ ..... 1 31, 406 Barton, Jimmy ............ ---------- 1 71 Barton, Joe ..------------ ------ 4 29 Barton, Tom ....---------------- ---------- 2 76 Bash, Catherine .......-.--------- ------------------ 4 55 Bash, James CChristianJ ........ 235, 429 Bass, Dianne ............-----.----- ------------- 4 29 Bass, Karin ..........---------- ----- 2 53, 406 Bass, Portia ............. ----- 2 23, 445 Bassett, Robert ...... ---------- 3 S4 Bassett, William ..... ------ 1 74 Bateman, Judy ...... ------ 4 29 Bates, Carol .......... ------ 4 06 Bates, Phillip ...........- ------- 4 55 Batot, Joan ..............-.. ------ 4 55 Battershell, Carolyn ......-. ---------- 4 55 Batterton, John C. .............- -------------- 2 22 Battles, Bobby Clarence ............ 166, 406 Baty, Jeannette ..........---------------------- 455 Baulch, Norma .................................... 429 Baum, John Franklin .... 186, 207, 238i 38 Baumgardner, Mike .... .............--.-.-. 2 72 Bawley, Margaret ................................ 384 Baxter, Cheryl .................................... 455 Baxter, Mike ........................................ 406 Beadle, Priscilla .... 124, 170, 181, 2604, 38 Beal, Nancy ........ ..................... 2 09, 455 Beale, Cynthia ....... ....... 1 05, 256 Beall, Ronald ......... .............. 2 66 Beall, Sandra .............. ..... 2 58, 429 Beames, William R. .... ................. 3 84 Bean, Dwain .............. ........ 2 95, 299 Bear, Yogi .............. ............ 3 44 Beard, Mary Beth ..... ..... 2 37 429 Bearden, ,David ...... ............ 4 55 Bearden, Judy ................ ..... 1 87 429 Bearden, Homer A. ....... ........... 4 55 Beauchamp, Rita ..... .......... 1 46 Beck, Charlene ....... ....... 2 58, 406 Beck, Jerry .............. ............ 4 29 Beck, Milton C. ..... .......... 4 55 Beck, Phyllis ............. ...... 4 55 Beckham, Carolyn ..... ......... 4 55 Beckham, Gwen ...... ............ 4 06 Bedell, H. Bruce ...... ....... 2 02, 455 Bedgood, David ..... .............. 4 55 Beebe, Charles .... ....... 2 76, 406 Becker, Barbara .................................... 455 Beeman, Sherry .................................... 429 Beene, Richard .... 111, 187, 214, 229 406 Beesley, Virginia ................................ 455 Beets, Martha Jo ................................ 429 Behrens, Art ........................................ 429 Beiber, Judy .... 122, 129, 167, 170, 181, 254, 384 Beinhauer, Charlotte ........................ 429 Bek, Marcia ................. ...........,. 2 19 Belanger, Gary W. ..... ................ 4 55 Belcher, Norman ....... ....... 2 02, 455 Belknap, Janice ...... ...........,. 4 29 Belknap, Letha ......... ..............., 3 82 Bell, Billy ...................... ....,.. 2 68, 429 Bell, Edward William ..... ,.....,, 2 74, 429 Bell, James .................. ..,- ..,,,,, 584 Bell, James ................. .,,,,.,,,, 4 55 Bell, Jim ...,.... ,,,,, 4 29 Bell, Susan ............. ,,,,,,,,,, 4 55 Bellah, Robert ...... ,.,.,,,,,,,, 4 55 Belt, Donna ....... ,.,,..,,,,,,,,,, 2 56 Belyeu, Linda ..... ...... 2 58, 406 Belz, Linda ..... ,,,,,, 1 95, 334 Bender, Susan ,,,,,,,,,,, , 455 Benedict, Calvert ...... ,,,,, 2 44 334 Benedict, Mike ..... ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 55 Benfer, Lary D. ..... ,,,,,,, 4 55 Bennett, Glena ...... . ,,,,,,,,,, 455 Bennett, John T. ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 84 Bennett, Joyce ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-.,-h.------ 4 55 Bennett, Larry ..,..,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 49, 270 Bennett, Martha. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,-,-,,,,, 4 29 Bennett, Michael Dean ,,,,,,, --,,.,--.. 4 55 Benningfield, Charles ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, J 274 Benningfield, Laurita ...... ...... 1 76 384 Bent, J3.ClC .........,,.,,,, ,,,,, ----'--- 4 29 Berg, Katherine ...... ,,,,,, 4 29 Berg, Nicette ....... ,,,,,- 4 55 Berger, Benny ,,,,,,,,,, -'.--- 4 55 Bergstrom, Bill .......... ,,,,,, 4 55 Bernard, Royce- ,,,,,,,,,-- N ----.- 455 Berny, Barbara Ann ,,,,, 429 Berry, Dennis .........,.,,,, ,, ,,,-,- 455 Berry, Don ,,,,,,,,,-,--. '--- --'-----. 4 0 6 Berry, Eddie ,,,, ,--------,..,,,- 4 55 BCITY, Jean .,,,, ------. 1 75 406 BCITY, .Judi ........... ........... i 429 Berry, Virginia ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,-,,-,--,, In 429 Berryman, Judy .................................... 455 Bessire, Martha Sue ............ 146, 229 334 BCUCHCOUFI, Stephen -----------'-----.-'.- N, ,455 Bettes, Lawrence fEddJ ...,.,..,,,,,,,, 384 Bettes, Wfilliam E, .-,--.----- km 199 429 BCWICY, Margaret .....,...,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 405 Beyettc, Susan ........ 174, 213, 248, 260, BCYHOI1. Barbara .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Bcyring, Barbara ...... ,,,,,,,, 1 12 456 Bianchi, Don .....,. ..........,.. i 384 Biard, Charlsie ....... Bickel, Judy ........ Bickle, James .... Biffle, Billy .... Biggar, Dicy ........... Biggers, Nancy .......... Biggerstaff, Earlene ...... Biggerstaff, Patti ....... Biggs, Bill I .................------- 264, Bilbrey, Dons .............--------- -- ----------- -- Bilhartz, Linda Joy ..-.--.------------ ---------- Billings, Jo Ann Roberson Billings, Robert J. Billington, Selenda Binford, Neil ........... Bird, Betty ............--- Birt, Ken ...............-.---. Bishop, George M. Bishop, Jerry ........... Bishop, Raymon .....-- ------------------ Bissett, Bittner, Blanchley, Carol Ann ........ Robert C. ...... ...------------------- - Ina Rea ...........-------- ------------- 212, 226, Bittner, Ina Rea ......------------- ------------- Black, Beverly .........----- ----------- Black, Carolyn .......... Black, Janice ............. Black, Jean Ann ...... Black, Larry ........... Black, Suzanne ....... Blackard, Robert ....... Blackburn, John Blackwell, Joe .......... Blackwell, Sharon ...... Blair, Billy 1 ............---.------- - Blair Blair, Blair, Blair, Blair, Catherine ..............--.--- Christine Karlen Elizabeth Anne 231, John .......................-..-- ------------ Oscar ............... ....-.--------.--------- - Blake, Billie Sue .... 61, 62, 121, 252, Blakeman, Eric A. ......-..---.------------ ------ - Blakemore, Bill ......---.- -------------- 2 88, Blan, Nora ....... I ...-.------------------------- -- Blanchard, Catherine .... 227, 237, Blanchard, Michael ................ .-..-.... Blanke, Shelly Jean ............ Blankenship, A. David ....... P, Blanks, Kay J. McKinney Blanks, Leroy ............-..---- 4 ---------- ------ Blanks, Sharon ............----.--- Blansett, Randy Scott ..... Balnton, Bob .....--.------ Blanton, Carol Ann ..... Blase, Ronald Pat .....-...-.- Blassingame, A. Ames ........ Blassingame, Betty Jane Blassingame, Larry ..-.--------- Blatnick, Michael M. .... . Block, Karen Lynne ..... Babbitt, Dwon ............... Bobo, Charles ................. Bodenheimer, Diana 264, 223, Bodine, Sarah .........................-.-.---------- Boeger, Konnie ........ 168, 225, 254, Boenker, Martha .......................--....--- Boerner, Janelle .......... 4 ............. Boesch, Nancy Lee ..... Boettcher, Dan H. Bogie, Roger ........... Bohn, Joe ........... Boldin, Jim ........... Bolin, Nita .............. Bolin, William M. .... . Bolles, Bob .............. Bolls, Jackie ............ Bolt, John Paul ...... Boltz, Delton ....... Bond, Sharon ....... Bond, W. Eugene ....... Bones, Charlotte Bonner, Ed ............ Bonner, Judy ..... Book, Betsy ......... 104, 270 222 -150 231, 212, 266, s Booker, Judy ....... ...... ................... Bookout, Tom ........................................ Boone, Thomas ............................ Boone, Tom ........ 114, 187, Boozman, Rebecca .... 191, 226, Boren, Ruth Camille ................ Boren, XVarren Douglas .... 193, Borton, Doretta ............................ Bossman,' Elizabeth .................... ' 16 Bostick, Jan ........................ 2 278, 214, 250 258, 268 213, 218, Boswell, Danny ................................ Boswell, Iris .,................................. Boswell, James Marshall ................... Boswell, Larry ............................ Boswell, Mak ..,................. Bosworth, Carolyn ..... Boudreaux, Joe Boulware, Linda ....... Bounds, Bill ....... Bowden. Jerry Bowdish, Ralph Bowen, Beverly Bowen, Susanne ..., Bower, James .,.. Bowers, Judy .,... . Bowers, Linda 174. A -54 . 233. 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Margaret Gail ..... ............. 3 36 Boyd, Marion ........................ 258, 386 Boyd, Martha ..,......,......................,....... 407 Boyd, Merle .,...................... 294, 299, 301 Boyd, Sharron ........ 195, 218, 227, 407 Boykin, Linda ...................................- 456 Boyle, Sharon . ...... ............ 1 83, 205 430 Bozeman, Laurie ..... ......... 1 89. 456 Braby, Judy ,............. ................ 4 56 Bracken, Frank .......... .... 1 81, 238 Bradberry, lla Dee .,.... ............ 4 07 Braddy, Tommy .......... ......... 4 30 Bradford, Betty ....... ..... 4 07 Bradford, Jimmy ....... ..... 4 56 Bradford, Laurell ....... ..... 4 07 Bradley, Kay ........... ........ 4 56 Brady, Sharon ....... ............. 4 30 Brady, Pat ........ .... 2 03, 430 Braff, Fran ....... ..... 2 16, 258 Bragg, Linda ........ ............... 4 30 Braley, Joe ................ ...... 2 82, 430 Bralley, Sandra ...... .... 2 58, 407 Bramlet, John ....... ............ 4 56 Branch, Judy .... ......... 4 57 Brand, Don ............ ........ 4 57 Brand, 'Loren .............. ............ 4 57 Brandenberger, Vicki ................ 114, 215 Brannan, Craig .................................... 457 Brannon, Wesley Wayne .................... 430 Bransford, Ann .... 61, 63, 248, 254, 430 Bransford, Mary .................................... 457 Bransom, Rob ................................ 276, 385 Brasseaux, Barbara .... 122, 166, 230, 250, 408 Braswell, LaVerne ................................ 408 Bratcher, Charles ........... ...... 2 42, 430 Bray, Dianne ..................... ............... 4 08 Brecher, Jo Ann .................,.......... 256 430 Breeding, Frances Diane .................... 457 Breeding, Mary Elizabeth .... ........ 4 57 Breedlove, Beth .................. .... Brettel, Barbara ................. ..... Brewer, Lavonda ...... ...... Brewer, Lynne .......... ...... Brewer, Patricia ....... Brewer, Rick ........... Brewer, Ronald ....... Brewton, Bob ........... Bridges, Margaret ...... Bright, Urban .......... Brightman, Berta ..... Brill, Jim ............... Brinegar, Carl .......... Brinkley, Linda .... Brintle, Kelly ....... Briscoe, Becky .... Brisendine, Joyce ..... Brister, Buddy .... Brister, Patricia .... Brittian, Ronnie .... 175, 258, Brock, Linda .................. ..... Brockman, Jim ........... - ....... ...... Brodnax, Phillip .................... ...... Brohard, Gala Suzanne ........ ......... Brooks, Barbara Don ......... ............. Brooks, Billy D. .............. ....... 1 84 Brooks, Cheryl ....... ............ Brooks, Douglas ...... ......... Brooks, Eddy .................. ............... Brooks, Gary Paul ..... .... 2 70, Brooks, Jackie ........... ........... Brooks, Judy ........... ........ Brooks, Ken J. .......... .... . Brooks Macil Clare ..... ...... Brooks Suzanne ....... .... Brookshear, Robert ...... Brothers, James .......... Brousseau, Gayle ...... Browder, Bobbie ................. ....... 2 50, Brown, Anthony ................. ........... Brown, Arthur .................................... Brown, Ben James Uimj .................... Brown, Betty Ruth ........................ 176 Brown, Bill ..................... 238, Brown, Brenda .... ............ Brown, David E. .... ...... 2 04, Brown, Florence ................. ....... 1 77 Brown, Frank Neil .................... 220, Brown, Freddie Carroll ........ ............. Brown, James E. ................ ............ . Brown, James W. ......... ............... . Brown, Janette ...... .... 1 95, Brown, Janice ....... ............ Brown, Jimmie .... ........ Brown, Jimmy .......... ..,... Brown, Jimmy Dee ..... .......... Brown, Joe G. ...............,. ............ . Brown, John Robert ..... ,............... Brown, John T. ......... .... 1 90, Brown, Jon ........................ ..... 2 72, Brown, Juanita Kathryn ........ ............. Brown, Judy ................... .. ....... . Brown, Judy Ann .......... ............ Brown, Judy Ann ....... ....... 2 06, Brown, Kathryn Ann ..... ......... BrownQ Kenneth L. ..... ............ . Brown, Lynn ........... ............... Brown, Margaret ...... ........ 1 87 Brown, Pamela .... .............. Brown, R. B. ............... ....... 2 32 Brown Brown , Brown, , Ronald .1 ..... : ...... Steve ........................ 115, Ronald Edwin 187 408 430 457 386 457 270 408 457 386 430 386 203 408 175 270 233 430 272 457 386 386 274' 430 457 457 386 457 169 274 430 430 212 430 457 457 244 276 457 386 408 274 430 457 408 457 386 408 408 408 386 408 408 430 386 457 184 430 457 408 386 408 457 386 457 386 457 457 215 457 457 386 386 214 Brown, Treya ..... 211 Brown, V. J. ....,,.,... .,... 4 157 Brown, Nvendell ,.,.,,, ,,,,. 1 73 Browning, Georgia .... .... 4 57 Browning, Sylvia .....,, ...,, 4 57 Browning, Tommie .... .... 4 08 Brownlee, Elizabeth ....... .... 4 08 Brownlee, Elvin .........,. .....,, ,,..... 2 6 6 Brownrigg, John E. ....,.,.,...,,.,........,.., 386 Brownrigg, John E. .,...,,..,,,..,,.,...... 408 Bruhl, Dan E. ................ 50, 169, 386 Brumbeloe, Elaine ,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 457 Brumbelow, Karmen .... 172, 248, 256 408 Brummett, Marilyn Kay ........,... 199, 457 Bruner, John Jay ....,.,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,...,,,.,,.. 386 Bruner, Necia ................. .... 2 58, 408 Bruner, Tommy ..,.. .......... 4 57 Bruno, Theresa ........ .,,........ 4 57 Bruton, Barbara ........ .............. 4 08 Bruyere, Milton T. ..... ,.... 1 80, 386 Bryan, Donna ......... ....,..... 4 08 Bryan, Judy ............ .,,,,,.. 4 31 Bryan, Sandra .... ............ 4 57 Bryant, Arlen .... .... 1 79, 408 Bryant, James ..... .......... 4 31 Bryant, Jimmy ..... .... 4 08 Bryant, Nancy ..... .... 3 86 Bryant, Patricia .... .... 3 86 Bryant, Stephen .... .... 4 57 Bryant, Steve ..... ,...,,.. 2 74 Bryer, Elias ............... ............ 4 57 Bryson Charlotte ......... ..... 2 23, 386 Bryson, Sandra Beth ....... ...... 2 54, 408 Bryson, Valton ..... ...... 3 86 Buce, Grant ............... ........ 4 08 Buch, Floyd ................ .......... 4 31 Buchanan, Carolyn ....... ............... 4 31 Buchanan, Sandra ........ ..... 2 27, 408 Buchholz, Michael .... .......... 4 57 Buck, Janice .............. ..... 2 13, 386 Buck, Joan ................... ........... 4 31 Buckingham, Charles ..... .... 2 64, 386 Buckley, Bucky ......... ..... 2 78, 43-1 Buckner, Barbara ...... ..... 2 52, 408 Buckner, Kenneth .............. .............. 3 86 Buckner, Richard ................................ 431 Bucsanyi, Leonard A. ........................ 457 Bukovitz, Sandra-Gayle fSandyeJ .... 457 Bullard, Ann ........................................ 408 Bunch, Betty ........................................ 457 Bunch, John R. ..... .............. 3 86 Burch, James O. ....... ...... 2 44, 408 Burch, Jimmy ................. .... 2 99, 408 Burch, Robert Allen ...... ........... 4 08 Burden, Becky ............ ....... 3 86 Burgan, Ingrid ........ ....... 4 57 Burgan, Janice ........ ............ 4 57 Burk, Ann ..................... ..... 2 19, 408 Burke, Gloria .................. .... 1 90, 386 Burke, William Hansel ........................ 386 Burket, Glenda .................................... 457 Burkett, Carolyn ........ 223, 227, 252, 408 Burkett, Joanna ............................ 168, 431 Burkley, Donny ..... ............................ 4 08 Burks, Martha ........ ............ 4 31 Burnett, Kay ......... ................. 4 57 Burnett, Lynda .... ......... 2 50, 287 Burns, David ..... ..... 3 07, 315, 316 Burns, Edwina ......... ..................... 4 58 Burns, Melvin J. ..... ........ 2 62, 408 Burns, Shirley ..... .......... 4 31 Burnside, John ........ .............. 4 58 Burr, Vicky .......... ...... 1 89, 408 Burross, Jack ..... ........... 3 86 Burrow, Sandy ........ ........ 4 08 Burton, Karan ..... ..... 4 58 Burton, Olivia ..... .......... 4 31 Burton, Rufus ............... ..............,.., 4 58 Burton, Tyrone .............. ...... 2 31, 458 Busby, Carole Anne ....... .............. 4 58 Busby, Walter L. ....... ........... 4 58 Buschhorn, Al ......... 199 Bushell, Terri ..... ,..,.... 4 58 Bushnell, Jim ...... .......... 3 86 Bushnell, Ken .......... .... 1 80, 431 Butler, Alice Ruth ....... ..,,..,,,,, 4 08 Butler, Billy W. ....... ,,,,,,,, 4 58 Butler, Grady L. .... 382 Butler, Linda ......... .... ....... ..., 4 3 1 Butner, Sandra ........................,,,,..,...,, 386 Butter, Virginia ...............,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 458 Butts, Donna Gayle 61, 63, 186, 230, 254, 431 Butts, Judy ............. .....,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 31 Butts, Russell .... ,,,,,,,,,, 1 78, 431 Byars, Eleice ...... .... 1 98, 254, 431 Bye, Barbara ...... ...,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 36 Byrd, George ............ .....,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 O8 Byrom, Don ................ 453 Cacas, Nonnie ............. ...... 458 Cacioppo, Carlos ....... ........ 2 70 Caffey, Don ............ ........... 4 58 Cager, Lewis ...... .... .. ............... 3 03 Cagle, Judy ........ .............. 2 52, 409 Cahill, Robert ............. ........ 2 68, 299, 386 Cain, Donald ............... ..................... 4 58 Cain, Margaret ...- .......... ...... 1 75, 458 Calbreath, Donald F. ........................ 387 Caldwell, Sammie ........................ 63, 458 Caldwell, Shelly .... 110, 187, 215, 254, 387 Calhoun, Larry Hunt ........ .... 2 76, 387 Calhoun, Mike ...................... ..---..... 2 78 Callaway, Byron Wayne ........................ 82 Callaway, Peggy ................. .... 1 23, 217 Callaway, Shannon ........ ............. 4 58 Callison, Charlene ..... --.-.. 1 76, 458 Calloway, Mary ..... ........... 4 58 Calvert, Wfanda ..... Calvin, Albert .,,....,. Cammack, Campbell Campbell Cnmmbell, l Campbell Campbell: Campbell Campbell: Campbell Campbell: Campbell , Robert E. ....... ,.....,,,,,,, , Camplen, Janet Carol ..... ,..,.., Bill ...... Alice ..... Bernice ..... Bobbie .... Cheryl Dorothy ........ ...'.f'M287, Glenn ....... ,,,,,,, John ......... Judith 256, Larry M. 250 270, Canada, Mariden ......... Canafax, Carol ................ Canafax, Howard ................,.............. Canavati, Gloria Katrina ........ Cannaday, Don ................................... Cannon, John ................ Cannon, Robert ..... Cansler, Sue ....... 185, 238, Cantm, Carolyn ..... .......................... 218: Cantrell, Hazel .................................... 114 116 Cantu, Josie .... 86, 87, Capers, Nancy ........ Caperton, Jacque ........ Capps, Robert E. Lee ........ Caraway, LuLane ............ Carder, Larry Joe ..... Cardwell, Clifford .... Carley, Clyde .......... Carlile, Carl Ray ........ Carlisle, Cynthia ..... Carlton, Ann L. ...... Carlton, Billie 7 r 256, fffff"i'8'5 202, 117156 Carlton, Jerry ...... ..........................,... ' 60 90 238 Carmean, Kirk ............ , Carnahan, Carole ............................,.,. 234 Caros, Georgia George ........ 206, Carpenter, Kerry .......... ................... Carpenter, Linda ................................ 274 Carpenter, Robert W. ....... . 131, Carpenter, Sharon ....................... - ....... Carr, Camilla ............ 145, 229, Carr, Nellie ................................ Carr, Sheila ......................... ........ 209, 231 Carrico, Mary Elizabeth ....... ..... Carrigan, Patricia ......... Carrington, Sue ...... ....... ................ Carroll, Carroll, Carroll, Carson , Carson , Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Mary Jim .... , Harlene ...... ....... Camille ....... Charlotte ...... David .......... Floyd ....... ..---- Carter, Henry C. ...... Joe .............. Faye ......... .......-.------- 276 Eddie ........................................ Joey ........................................ 188 208, 227 , Earlene ................... .. ............... 212, Dlane ,,,,,,, .......... Don L. ...... .......-.----- - 256, , 428, Glenda ....... .....-.-....---------- 206 252, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Caruthers , Carver, Charles F. fChuckJ .... Carver, Eddie ..................... ---.--. Ray ............... .......-. 6 2 , Teresa ................... .-.-----. Kay ............... Nancy Lee ...... ...---------------- 282, 260, Will Roland ..................----- - Tommy .....................-.--- ------ 234, 278, Cary, Karen ........ Cary, Kenneth E. Casey, Kenneth ...... Casey, Truman ...... Cash, Charles ....... Cashon, Joe .... Cass, Lance ......----- - ---- 173, Cass, Marrlee .......... ...---- ------------ ------ - - Cassteel, John David ----------------------- ---- Castillo, Ben ............----- 123, 207, Castleberry, Mary ------ ---------- - --- ------ - Castleman, Bill ...... Castleman, Earl ...... Catanese, Diane ...... Care, Chita Ree ...... .-- -------------- - Cathe Elizabeth Catlin, David .-..-.------- Caton, Willa Claire Caudle, Mack .....-------- Cavalier, Jerry .......... Cavin, Carolyn D. .--- ------- Cawthon, Kathleen Cearley John A. ....-------- - y, ,....... ..... 1 68, Cathey, Gordon ...... -------------------- Chaffee: William Michaela-ww 188, Chamberlain. Margaret ------------ ---- 2 19, Chambers, Bob ......----------- Chambers, Buddy ------------- ------------ ------- Chamblin, Howard Edwin 272, Champion, Lynne ........--- --------- - --- ---- Chance, Jack ..------------ -------- Chandler, Cynthia ------------- Chandler, Florus Dianne Chaney, Alton ------- - -------- Chaney, Carl .......- .----------- - 232, Chapman, Chapman, Chapman, Chapman, Chapman, 458 270 387 409 387 409 431 458 409 387 431 458 458 409 458 431 458 409 458 431 409 458 458 458 215, 387 431 458 409 409 431 458 431 431 387 458 409 387 272 278 387 387 458 431 387 458 409 458 458 458 228 431 458 221 387 409 458 409 458 458 409 409 431 431 409 387 458 387 387 409 387 431 270 244, 409 409 431 409 458 299 387 272 431 458 458 387 459 409 459 459 431 459 431 459 270 459 459 431 409 459 459 459 459 387 128 431 387 459 409 459 459 268 184 459 Betty .... 167, 170, 186. 201. 387 224, 229, Dwight L. .----- ----------------- - Jenna .....------ - ------ - ----------- Linda .....-- ---4 ------- ---- - Marie ....... ----- 409 387 431 409 Chapman, Peter Jacob ....... ....... Chappell, Carlene ......,.. ...... ....... Chastain, Richard Gayle ...... ....... Chatham, Aurelia Anne Chatterly, Lady .............. Chauncey, Bob ...... Cheadle, B. Kay ...,.... Cheairs, Bobby K. Cheatham, Eddie .......... Cheatham, Michael ..... Checlester, Gay .......... Chenoweth, Connie ..... Cheshire, Ronnie ........,. 189, Chesney, Chester, Joe Wayne ....... Gay ................. Chichilla, Pat .......... Chick, Joyce ...... Joe ...... Childers, Linda ..... Childers, Wayne ..... Childs, Nathalia ..... Chrsm, Donna .............,,, ,,,,,, Chiswell, Jean ............,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,.,.., Chitwood, Paul Michael ................ 256 Choate, Danny ....,.,....,....,...,,..,,.,,,..,,,, Choate, Jack C. ..... . Choate, Linda ...... Chitwood, Sharon ................ 240, 200 Choice, Johnny .......... ....,... 3 19, Christian, Carolyn. ....... .,.... 2 37, Christian, David .............. ....... 2 76, Christian, Jennie Rose ,....... ..... 1 66 Christian, Larry R. ..... ........ . Christie, Dan .......... ..,,,. Cigainero, Larry ...... Cissne, John ............ Claborn, Claiborne, David ..... Ronnie ..... Clampitt, Roger ...... Clancy, Kathy ......... Clanton oDeane .......... 272, Clark Clark ciafki Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark , J ----- , Agnes .......... Alice ................ , Carole Lynne ....... , David Layton ....... , Don M. ........... . , Don R. ........ . ZUTICS . J --------- , James .... Barbara J. ................ 167, 170 307 431 459 387 97 115 459 387 431 234 409 459 387 387 182 431 431 409 387 409 228 459 431 459 431 431 409 431 459 432 432 387 459 459 183 194 268 459 432 459 459 432 432 387 459 459 432 459 264 432 459 459 409 387 459 Clark, John .......... .....,......., Clark, Judy ........... ........,......, Clark, LaFonda ............................ 172, Clark, Mary ............................................ Clark, Nora .................................... 197, 387 Clark, Rena .... 91, 104, 230, 240, 248, 256 409 Clark, Richard .................................... 278 Clark, Richard A. ...... ..,.. 1 99, 432 Clark, Robert T. ..... ......... 4 59 Clark, Sandee .............. .,.., 4 09 Clark, Sterling ................. ...... 3 82 Clarke, Michael Apsey ..... ....... 4 32 Clary, Nelda ................. ...... 4 09 Claunch, Phyllis ......... ....... 3 87 Clayton, Glenn ............. ...... 4 32 Clayton, Kenneth ............ ................ 4 59 Clayton, Mary Frances ........................ 387 Cleaver, Jeanne ................ 63, 224, 459 Clements, Carroll Bailey .................... 387 Clements, Phillip ................... .. ........... 459 Clifton, Bob ..................... ...... 4 59 Clifton, Jeannie ..... ...... 4 09 Clifton, John ......... ....... ...... 3 8 7 Cline, Charline .................... ...... 4 32 Clinkinbeard, Mary Lee .... ..... 4 32 Cloud, Carol ..................... ..... 4 59 Clough, Jane .................... ...... 4 59 Coalson, Linda J. ..... .................... 4 09 Coates, Martha ...... ....................... 4 59 Cobb, Jerry ........... ...... 2 72, 278, 432 Cobb, Larry .......... ................... 2 70 Cochran, Janet ...... ................ 2 60 Cochran, John ......... ......... 2 74 Cochrane, David ..... ............. 3 87 Cockerham, Carole ..... ..... 2 18, 409 Cockrell, Bill ............. ............. 4 60 Coco, Allen ....... ..... 4 09 Coco, Jolene .......... ...... 4 32 Cody, Carolyn ...... ..... 4 32 Cody, Mary .............. ..... 4 60 Coe, Mary Taylor ..... ...... 3 87 Coffey, Charles .... . 432 Coffey, Charles ........... .. ...... 460 Coffman, Anita ................ ...... 4 60 Coffman, Barbara Gene ....... ....... 4 60 Coffman, John 1 .............. .. ...... 432 Coffman, Marianne ........ ....... 4 32 Coffman, Med .......... ..... 4 60 Cogdell, Bob .......... ...... 3 87 Choen, Billy .............. ...... 4 09 Coker, Charles C. ..... ................. 4 32 Coker, Mack .......... .................... 4 09 Cole, Bob ............... ....... 1 09, 114, 187 Cole, Bobby L. ........... 220, 387 Cole, Carhie ............... .,..... 2 so, 409 Cole, Charles C. ..... ................ 4 60 Cole, Fred L. ....... 2 ........ ........ 1 85, 409 Cole, James ........................ .,... 1 99, 38-7 Cole, Jerry Randolph --------- 387 Cole, Joe Bailey ......... ......... 4 60 Cole, Mary ........... .. .... ............. 4 60 Cole, Norma ........... ....... 2 30, 460 Cole, Sue ...................... ........ 2 10, 409 Coleman, Kenneth ...... ............ 3 87 Coleman, Sue ........... - .... ........ 4 60 Coleman, William ............... ...........-- 2 66 Colemon, Betty ......... 2 ......-.--------------- 460 Colglazier, Norman ...... ------- 3 13, 316 Gardner Kay , 5 fl 1 li -l. , mia 6 ...,A... ess, -ii: f' . 1os,2rro,2so.1112 on-Cal, Elilcll .....................,........... 416 , , . ......,........... 174, 2f3 f Q, lq Qlr, rl ,l' ' ,, ,,,,,,,A, , ,,,,,,,,A,Y ,,, ,,. - lo-l V1 3 , K. ......,....,............,,.. 177, 231 Giliflh 3 -- - L, ,,,.,,.,,..,,,,,,,.,,... 228, 412 5 -, '- I ,..,..,,............... . 180, 311 gi l 3 xvlf , , ll, ..,,,,,, ,, ,,A.,.4,,4 ,.,.,. , , -l ,l l:ll?llll,' , lil" T. .......,...,.... 60, ,.. . 412 Gi - ,,,,A,.,...,............ 465 l , , ,.,...,..,.,..,....... 28 , 413 Q., , s . 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Jimmy QhglwH-hggi.-,w----..---.-,.,--,.,A. 464 Flowers, .Shirley ...... ................ 4 64 Etheridge, Marilyn 1:16 ............ 163, 434 Ffvfm, 1311157 ----------- ------- 2 06, isrhfidre. Joe ............... . 199, 264, 589 FW- Sm fa ----- ---------------- f -- Etie, Tommy ................................ 249, 266 Plym' Jon """"""""'"""""""""""""' 268 Eubmks' Hardy ....- --h.-.-.-...-,..-..- 2 70 Foard, Robert ............---......--. 150, 229 2135 Eubanks, Suzy ....... 240, 257, 412 5235? """"""""""""' 43 Em' C3321 """'-""' """""""""" 4 64 rout, Ronald w. ........... ...... 4 ss Eure, Jack ................. ................ 4 34 d C IL 464 Evans, B. -Arlene ........ .............. 4 35 Egid' Giizda ynne """" """ 4 35 EXW' Gegef """"" """""""" 4 55 reid, Mamie Nell ...... ....... 4 as Exans, Jack R. .............. ........... 2 72, 435 D G 4 Evans, James Byron ............................ 589 gore' Moyce ' """" """"""""' 4 Evans, JIanet ....,................... 110, 187, 212 Fgfghqanafilafipmg -------- ------- vans, anice ............. .................... 3 5 ' ""' """"""' Evans, Jerald .......... .2 ........ 266, 389 Eoreman' Bud "" """' 592 Evans, Jimmy .................... ..... 2 62, 412 Quest' Jam? """"' 224 E.,-ans, John ----.-- ii .---.- B ------. .-----'-- 4 64 EOFICSEF, PE SPY -------- 412 Evans, Mary Layne ........ ...... 1 90, 389 Ofsvf ' .Yfs rm "" . - Forsyth, William C. ....... 412 Evans, Mickey ....... .. ....... ......... . 464 Evans, Nancy ------.-------. - -------- '.---.--.- - 464 Forsythe, Joyce .................... 222 Evans, Sharon ----..-.-.- u .-....-.-- ul --'--,-------- 389 Portenberry, Mary Nell ....... 390 Everett, Kenneth ........................ 173, 412 goster' Barbara' """"""""""' 364 Joe 14---.44---1---- - ----4- ---------- 464 122223 - ,ii EZZ,L'Tg3,5afTff .... iiijijijjjjjij31323j:22j:3:"'5i5, 315 535555, 533506 --------- gg Ezell, Robert ....... -..- ...... - ................... 582 ' . """"' 464 F ififfif' rlfilquita 435 Falgout, Tim .... ............-.-.. ..... .. ........... 299 Foulds, Peggy ................ .......... . 464 Fallis, Frank ............... .... .... 63, 186, 464 Fouts, Robert .................... ................. 2 79 Fambrough, Thomas R. .....--.....-... ....... 435 Fowler, Charles Allen ................ 455 Fancher, Bob ...-..-.. ..... .......... ...... .. ....... 272 Fowler, Eugene Franklin ........ 383 Fargarson, Augustus A. ---L ....... 186, 464 Fowler, Jim .......................... . 464 Farley, Gary ...... ...-...-..-...-...--.. ............... 464 Fox, Bobby .............................. 465 Farmer, Bill Ii--...-...---.- .... --.. 173, 212 Fox, gha1ilesdW. ...- .............. 265 Farmer, Carro -..L .... ..----.---..-.a ....... 35 Fox, ar an ...... ....... - .......... . 35 Farmer, Charles R. ..---..---.--....-.. ..... 412 Fraley, Bula ............. ....................... . .. 348 Farmer, Sharen Anne .--....---.. ........... 464 France, Arthur ...... ...... 1 27, 218, 390 Farr, Harvey ..----- ...... ..- ................... 412 France, Joyce ...... ....................... . 465 Farrar, David ........... -..- ................... 435 Francis, Linda ......... ..................... 5 90 Fan-ig, Gene ............ ,........--...- ....... 264 Francis, Robert ..... ............... 390 Farris, Richard -..-...- ...... 294, 299, 389 Frank, Carol ...... - ............ 465 Faulhaber, Jack Edwin -... ...... - .......... 464 Frank, Clinton ........ .. ........................... 412 Faulkenberry, Don -....--....-........ ............ 412 Franklin, Jimmy ....-.-.....---. 279, 345, 435 Faulkner, Ronald ,--............-.....-.. ....... 464 Franklin, Morris ........ 167, 169, 222 279 Fawcett, Carolyn .-..---.. .... - ................... 389 Franklin, Skip . ................................... . 435 Fenster, Mary Ann .-..-..-..... ............ 390 Fraser, Marguerite ............................... 435 Featherston, Charlotte ...........- ........... Erasure, Carolyn ............ ........ Feddersen, Judy .- ........ - ....................... razier, ane .................... ........ , Fehmer, Janice ....... - .......... - ........ - ......... grazlier, Jgmanyh ..... - ............... 268, Fehr, Sue -..---..- .... ....-........-- ...... - ....... ree urg, u it ........ Pelder, Bethrene N. -... ...... - ............... 435 Freeman, Andrea ........ .... ........... 4 6 5 Felder, Mary ,...................... .... .... .. ....... 464 Freeman, Arthur .................................... 225 Fel 5, Pats ............. .. ...... .. ............... 412 Freeman, Dennis ................... ,. ............... 5 Feiglell, KL-en ,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ...,........... 390 Freeman, Leonard Winston .... 262, 294, Fenner, Edwin ....... .2 ........... 241, 435 . 299 390 Ferguson, Gerald ...- .......... .. ............... 464 Freeman, Louie Galen ....... .... ........ . 465 Ferguggn, joe ,,,.,,,,.,,.,,.,........................ 299 Freeman, Marsha Gayle .................... 435 Pegg-55911, Wayne ,,,,,,,,.,,,.,.,. ,,,................ 435 FICI'lCh, D011 K. ........................... . 266 412 Ferrara, Charlotte ............ 209, 231, 435 Freyer, Mary Anne ........ ............. 3 90 Ferrell, James Lynn ....... .. ..................- 435 Fricke, Gay ....----.-..------- --- --------- 465 I-'el-fell, Jo ,,,,,,,,,.............. ...., ............... 464 Friday, Jimmie Kaye ....... .......... 1 05 Ferris, Matt ,,,,,,,,,,,,,...... - ....... 238, 279, 412 Friddle, Linda ............... .............. 4 36 Ferstl, Kenneth L. .... 123, 129, 195, 201, Friedlander, Betsy ..... ..... 1 88 436 390 Fries, Nina .................... .......... 4 65 Feuefblirn, Vincent ............................ 11irost,htJackht ..... li ................. .-..-. 21 Z 6 Fgw, ,metre ,,,,,....... ....... ru ec enic , ugene ....... ...... , Fickg, Sug ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ....... .... ...... 4 1 2 Fry, Carolyn ..........,......... ......... 1 98 Fickel, Cecil ...... ---------- ------ 2 6 2 FW, Dale ---- ------------------- ----- 1- 85 590 Pickle, Sherman .... ---- ---------- J 412 Fry, .lim -1 --------------- ---------- 2 79 Fields, Rggef ,,,,,,,,, .............. 4 64 Frye, E. 'Mrchael ........ ....... 4 65 Fiene, Charlotte ......-.... ---- - --------------- 4 64 FU111',. B111 ------------------------ ------ 4 36 Figuerga, Wilma ,,,................. 89, 95, 590 Fulbright, James Lee ....... .... ....... 4 1 2 Fikg, Burtig Phenone ................ . 181, 590 Fulfer, Laurel Kay ....... .................. 4 65 Fjkgs, Charles Ray ............................ 464 Fuller, Fred ................ .. ........... 412 Fikes, Edison ,,,,,,, 1 .......,................. ...... 4 35 Fuller, Robert ..... ........ ..... 4 65 Fllippone, Nancyh .... 61, 63, 248, 250, 433 guhner, JSharoIn .1 .......... ...... 2 Fincher, Kennet ....--------------- - ----------- U OH, 0211 011156 ------- ------- Fiiidley, 101-in S, ,,,,................... ......... 4 55 Fulton, Kenneth ............ ....... 4 12 Finger, Burton ........ .------ 2 72 Funk, Jerry ................ .......... 2 66 Finklea, Robert W. --- ----------- 464 Fuqua, Joe i --------- ----------- - - 412 Finley, Betty Sue ,,,,,,, ............... 4 55 Furche, David ....... ....... 2 72, 436 Finley, Charles E. ...... 223, 412 Furr, Carol --.----.. ........... . . 465 Finley, David M. ........ ..... 2 44, 390 Furr, Elese ------------- ............. 4 36 Finley, Marianne ........ ---------- 3 90 Fl-llfch, .l0YCC A011 ----------- -------- - ---.... 4 65 Finnell, Jerry W. ........ .... 2 ....... 41 Futrell, Charles ................ 279, 390 Finne , Don .......-.------------- -------------------- - - - Fiol, yFr3,nk ,,,,,.................. ......... A 153, 221 Gable G nn 465 Fifesfone, John William ............ 279, 390 GM, 12211 """"" 5 -'--'--- ----------- 4 6 5 Flslfhlef, Bea ---------------- Gage ,Lana ----"----..---- -----. . Fischer, Beveflv -----------------'- 250' 435 Gage: Lind, stgiiiiii. 4,6 glsgbeckh -la C' """"" 270' Galbraith, Carolyn ........................,.,,,. ,, 412 ES ef, OV ----- """"""" 4 64 Gallagher, Joe ................ 178, 204, 535 Fisher, Evelyn -"'-""" """""' G allagher Kathy 436 Fisher, ,Fran ---------"'---' """"" 4 35 Galloway, Jean mu '--------."'-. -7 --.'.'- 390 Fisher, George David .---------- - ------- 179 590 Gamble 'penny """"' "" """""""' 465 Fisher, Theresa ........................ 197, 390 Gambreil James """" """ 4 ' -- .-.-----,4-.- I 9 "" ------ 1 F1351 Jimmy --""" ' 234 Gant, Marshall ........ ,,,,,, 4 36 Fitz, Blu --"- : -"-""" """""' G antt, Linda ......... .,,,,, 4 65 Fitzgerald, Bill .... ------- 4 35 1 l llllll 1 l lugcnc lfklkllllllt John Roy lllllllfk t Cardncr Cardncr Gardner, Garland, Garland, Garner, Garner, Garner, Garner, Garnett, Garrett, Nancy 7 Klthlccn 4 1 170 211 Wallace .................................... Alva June ............................ Marla .......... Diane .......... oe ...... Ken ....... Suzanne ...... Richard ...... Alexander ..... Core John W Cori. Michael Gormln lynn C ornowlol V r i C oss crr Gotchcr Don Gough lnurcn Grable David Grady Jcrry Graham, Doug Graham, Graham, Graham . Graham, anet oyce Nancy. .......... 168 86 0 Ronn ...........,,,.. .... Granberry, Carole Anne Granger, Gary ................... Granger, Judy ......... Granstaff, Sarah ..... Grant, Barbara ....... Grant, Judy ................ ..... 1 74, Gratton, Graves, Johnie ...... Robert ............. Gray, Ann ........................ r 208, 233, Gray, Brenda ......................................-. Gray, Cheryl ........ 168, 199, 213, Gray, Janie ...... ................................... Gray, Patsy ........... .............. 1 75, 254, Gray, Richard ...... .................... Gray Steve ......... ................. Graygon, Carol ..... Grebe, Robert ......... Green, Charles ......... Green, Eva Lou ............ 'Green, James Ray ........ Green, Jim ................. Green, Kaye .......... Green, Patricia ...... Green, Robert ......... Green, Ronald ........ Green, Susan ...... Greene, Carol ..... Greene, Donna ..... Greene, Sharon ......... Greene, Terry ............. Garrett, John ..,........... ....................... 4 65 Garrett, John W. .......-.....------------------- 465 Garrett, Pat ............. .....-- 2 58, 413 Garrett, Robert ....... --..------------------ 4 36 Garrett, Susan ....... ------- 4 65 Garris, Pollyann ....... ---- 4 13 Garrison, Bob .......... ...... 1 81 Garrison, Donna ...... -------- 4 36 Garth, Sue .............. .----------- 4 65 Gartman, Barbara .......... .......... 2 54, 436 Garvin, Billy Ray ..............--.--------------- 231 Garvin, Rebecca .... 62, 240, 250, 390 Garwood, Douglas ..................--.---.--.-.-- 279 Gary, Joe ...................... ....-......----.--- ' 390 Gaston, Jeff .......... .... 1 84, 390 Gaston, Joe ................ .---- 2 79, 390 Gaston, Linda ................. ------------- 4 36 Gaston, William R. ..... ................ 4 13 Gates, Don ................ ..... 2 41, 413 Gates, James A. ............ ............. 4 36 Gates, John ........................ ......... 4 65 Gatton, Douglas Walter ....... ...... 3 83 Gaughan, Mary Jo ............ ...... 4 65 Gaulding, Carolyn ...... ..... 4 36 Gay, Steve .................. ...... . . ..... 465 Gaydon, Janet .................................... 465 Gazaway, Shelby ..............................--.... 390 Geeteh, Dolores Dyer .... 167, 190, 201, 211, 223, 390 Gelineau, Francoise ............................ 436 Georgantones, Jimmy ............................ 413 George, Frances ............................ 191, 390 George, Frances L. .... 127 226, 240, 250, 390 George, Jacqueline ................................ 590 George, Mary Anne ..... ......... 4 65 George, Nancy .......... ..... 4 15 George, Odis .......... .................... 4 65 George, Sam ........................................ 390 Gerding, Marianne ......... Q.. 150, 229, 466 Ghormley, Tim .......... ....................... 4 56 Gibbs, Joseph .......... ........... .. ....... 4 66 Gibson, Bobby ............. ...... 4 66 Gibson, Lawrence ...... ..... 3 90 Gibson, Linda .......... ........ 4 13 Gibson, Richard ...... ............ 4 66 Giddens, Betty ...... 288, 466 Gideon, Charles ..... ............. 4 66 Gilbert, Euless ..... .......... 4 66 Gilbert, Judy .......... ..... 4 66 Gilbert, Norman ................................ 171 Gilbert, Paul ........................................ 390 Gilbert, Penny .... 186, 212 248, 228, 13 Gilbert, Troy ........................ 299 Giles, Jane ............... 254 Giles, Sarah ........... ... .................. . Gililland, Donald ...... 121, Gill, Kenneth ......... ........................... Gill, Phyllis ................................. ......... Gillam, Donna ........ 250, Gilland, Gretta Dean ........ Gillespie, Frances ...- ................. ..... . .. Gilliam, Diane ........ 252, Gilliam, Harry .................................... Gillis, Frederick ..... .................. Gillum, Linda ........... 210, Gilman, Richard ....... 235, Gilmer, Shirley ...... ... ....................... Gilreath, Nita ......... ........ 2 58, Gingles, Eugenia ....... ...........,,....,,,.,, Gist, James ........... ................... Gist, Larry ., ............ ......,. Glause, Hollie ........... Glendinnin Elaine ..... .... 258, g, Glenn, Bill ............... .. ......... Glenn, Hugh G. ..... Glenn, Martha ..... Glenn, Paul ........ Gloff, Betty ............. ........ 1 75, Glover, Minnie ...... Glover, Richard ...... Glynn, Sandra ...... Godman, Leslie ...... Gonzales, Philip ........ ...... Gonzales, Steven ........... ...... 565' 210, 262, 216, Gooch, Gale .......... .. ........ ....... .. Goode, Allan ...... Goode, James .......... Goodman, James ................. ............ Goodmon, Karen .... 187, Goodpasture, Lucy ..... ............. Goodson, Goodwin, Fred ...... Goodwin, Patti ...... Goodwin, Sally ...... Charles ...... ............... .... 232, Goolsbee, Nita ...... ...................... ,Goi'bett, Sandra ...... ......., Gordon, Leanne ...... ..... Gordon, Patsy ......... .,.. Gordon, William ......... ...... .. ....... ,...- Gordy, Marleen ..... 188, 390 415 466 169 466 466 415 413 436 390 466 413 436 466 436 415 466 390 391 436 391 413 436 415 436 391 391 466 436 466 299 391 466 436 466 413 456 415 299 436 466 466 466 466 466 391 466 466 Greenhalgh, Carol ..... Greenstone, Janet ........ Greenwood, Avanel ..... Greenwood, Bobby ...... ....... 3 57, Greenwood, Shirlene ....... .............. Greer, Patricia ............. ......... Greer, Shirley ............. ..... 1 73, Greer, William ...... ....... 2 35, Gregg, Nina ......... ............. Gregory, Donald ........... ..................... Gregory, Jane ................... .. ........... 204, Gregory, Mary Helen .... 257, 258, Grider, Paul ........................................ Griffeth, Griffin, Nancy ......... Ben .......... ....................... Griffin, John ........................................ Griffin, Larry W. ............................... . Griffin, Nancy ............ 62, 193, 230, Griffin, Robert L. ............................... . Griffin, Stephen ...... ............... 2 80, Griffith, Ann ....... -. ........ 230, Griffith, Barbara ................................ Griffith, Jan ............................................ Griffith, 1011 ............ 168, 191, 225, Griffith, Wayne ............................ 241, Grimes, Carolyn ................................ Grimes, Clarence ............... ........... Grimm, Martha Ann .......... ....... Griscom, Guy ............... .. ......... ....... Grisham, Sarah ........ ...... Grizzle, Grady ...- ....... Grobe, Fred ....... ..................... Grona, Evelyn ....... ........................ Gross, Jim .......... ....... 1 71, 238, Grounds, Linda ..... Grove, Sue ................ ........................ Grover, Carl ........................................ Groves, Georgianna ........ 166, 226, Guernsey, Kathy ................................ Guest, John ........................................ Guilloud, Larry .................................... Guinn, Linda ........ 217, 227, 237, Gulbrandsen, Gary ......... Gullett, Ray ........................... .. ..........- Gumfory Patsy ..... Grummelt, Sam ..... Gunn, Diane ........ --.--- 1 97, Gunn, Judy ............. ...----------------- Gurney, Richard ......-- ---------------- 2 31 Gustavus, Robert ......- ------ 1 74, 198. Guthrie, Anne ......... ---------- - ----------- Guthrie, Carroll .............------- 200, 270 Guthrie, Crawford .....-- ------------------ - - Guyette, Suzanne ..... ----------------- Guynes, John ............--- ------ 2 35, Guynes, Nancy .....---------- - ------------ - ' H Hachtel, Myrna Kay ------- -------------- Haddix, John David .... -------------- - -- Haden, Earl Noble .----- 276, Haden, Hopkins H.' ---- ------------- - Haden, NanCy ....-------- ------------- Hadley, Terry Jack ------ ------ 2 44, I-Iadsell, Talana ...------ ------------- Haegele, Carol ......------ -------------- ------ Hagelman, Harold H- ---------------- ------- - Hagerty: Sue ...........--- ------ 2 13, 252, Haggard, James ....---- ------------------ ------ Hagins, Marilyn .....-- --------------------- Hahn, Edlin ..----------- ------ Hahnl, Diana ...- -------- ---- - Haire, Evelyn ...--- : ---------------- - -- Hairston, Billie Linda ---- - -------- ------ Hale, Bill ............ ...- ..----- l f 41, n 411 1 JJ C 7 3 413 391 282 270 466 456 456 466 436 391 436 255 436 193 413 385 266 466 415 413 436 466 466 436 391 466 466 391 338 391 391 413 466 466 413 591 436 413 466 415 466 413 248 467 415 436 436 467 436 436 467 391 436 467 467 413 233 467 276 436 391 467 391 415 436 467 268 415 276 391 467 467 391 457 591 282 467 591 457 437 467 461 413 413 437 437 467 391 437 467 391 413 413 457 413 437 467 391 280 l , I , ,.f f 11,,wM - - -f- "-' ' ' y L,-w,,lM ,,,,,,A MA--24 2 ----7---V - 437 Hale, David ....... Hale, Dorothy ........ Haley, Marilyn ...... Hall, Cathie .............. Hall, Charles C. .... . Hall, Janice ............. Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Joan ............. Joe M. ....l . John F. Raymond Rebecca ....... Richard ...... Sue .......... Terry ........... Hall Tom .............. Hallinan, Ronnie ...... Hallmark, Ralph Hamby, Carolyn Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton Barbara ...... Beverly ...... Carolynn ..... David ...... 1 1 2 7 , Gail ...... Gary ......... Hamilton, Hamilton, Hamilton, Richard ............. .......- Hamilton, Samuel A. Hamman, Hamman, Hammons, Pat .............. Judy ------------- B. F. ......... . Ruth ....... 2 55, 255, Hamon, Toby ............................-------. Hampleman, Eric ......... Hampton, Riley Valton Hampton, Tom ............ Hamra, Cynthia ............. Hancock, Barbara ...... Hand, Bill .................. Handy, Frederick M. Handy, Gerry ........... Handy, Ronald ............. Hanicak, Hankins, Hankins, Hankins, Rosemary ...... Conita .,.... Gary ....... Sandy Hanks, Howard Hanna, Julie ............... Hanna, Louise Gay ......... Hannon, Hansard, James ............. Jim ........... 174, 203, 471 Hansard, John D. .... . Hansard, Kay ....... Hansen, Gay .........r Hansen, Philip ....... Hansen, Stanlee Hanson, Glenda ......... Haralson, Reba Kay Harberson, Larry ......... Harbison, Mike ...... Harden, Jean ....... 64, 205, 257, 182 , Hardesty, Mark .......... ....................... Hardgrave, Mike ................................ Hardie, Calvin ......... Hardie, Lane .. ........... 270, Hardin, Bill .................. ................... Hardin, Richard C. ...... . Hardwick, Sharon ...... Hardy, Ann .............. Hare, Charles .... Haren, Fred ............. Haren, Keith , .................. Hargrove, Dick ................. Hargrove, Mallard H. Harkness, Barbara ......... Harkness, Carol .......... Harlan, Bill .............. Harlan, James .............. Harlin, Helen JaNell Harlow Pat ............. 270, Harmori, Jody ............ "248,"'2'5'5'f"585, Harms, Garry ....... .............................. Harness, Joe ..,........ Harp, Sara Jean ......... Harper Allen W. .... . Harperz Alma Lee ..... Harper, Harper, Harper, Shirley ...... Harpool, Susan ...... Harrell, James ....... Harrell, Janie .... Harrell, Paula ....... Harrington, Fred .. ....... Harrington, Patricia ..... John ............... Linda Jo ...... 391 175, 282, Harris Billy Bob ...... ......... Harris, Calvin ....... ............ Harris, Clarence ..... .,... 2 75, Harris Darrow ....... ............ Harris, Dianne ...,............ ....... Harris, Donald Ray ..... ...... Harris, Edwina .......... ..... Harris, Jack L. ...... ..... . Harris, Jan ........... ................... Harris, Lana Jo ...... ....................... Harris, Louis R. ..... 181, 280, Harris, Lynda ....... ............,....,..... Harris, Mary ....... ,.,..........,.,... Harris, Mary .............. ...........,.... Harris, Mary Ann ....... ....... 2 34, Harris, Richard A. ..... ..,...,..,., . Harris, Shannon ...... ......... Harris, Susan .......... ..... Harrison, Fred ..,........ ..... Harrison, Gwenell Harrison, Jeff .......... ..... Harrison, Ken ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Harrison, Linda K, ,,,,., , Harrison, Patricia Ann ..... ...... Harrison, Steve .,,,..,.,...,, ,,,,, Hart, Esta ......,.............. ...... Hart, Euclid ....... 504 467 391 413 467 223 391 467 383 '437 413 437 467 467 268 467 467 413 467 467 166 467 467 414 391 414 437 112 467 288 235 437 383 414 467 467 437 414 437 266 467 391 467 437 244 414 414 437 437 414 414 467 184 467 255 414 391 467 467 268 467 391 437 414 414 467 383 467 272 268 467 437 468 468 414 468 414 468 391 437 391 437 468 437 437 391 414 257 437 228 468 272 437 276 391 437 264 468 468 468 414 437 468 468 468 468 468 383 468 414 437 414 468 116 391 468 468 468 383 Hart, Jean ..................... ................ 2 60 Hart, Joan .......................... ....... 2 50, 414 Hartley, Howard Larry ..... ........ 2 76, 437 Hartley, Tommy ............. ........ 2 76, 414 Hartman, Diane ...... ............... 4 68 Hartman, Patricia ..... ..... 1 95, 468 Hartsell, Claudia .......... ............ 4 68 Harvey, Carolyn Jane ...... ...... 1 73, 391 Harvey, Mike ................. ............. 4 68 Harvey, Pat .................. ............ 3 83 Harvick, XVilliam Bee ...... ....... 1 12, 468 Hassell, Jerry ..................... ............. 4 14 Hassmann, Richard ............................ 468 Hasting, Morris Ray ......,............. 185, 468 Hastings, Arthur Warren ............ 264, 391 Hatcher, Donnie .........................,...... 263 Hatcher, Thomas Sherwood ............ 468 Hatley, David ........................................ 391 Hatton, Phillip ......,................................. 468 Haubert, Linda. .........., ....... 1 91, 437 Hauck, Terry .........,............ ....... 1 81, 391 Haughton, Gerald M. .... ............. 4 14 Haughton, Jack ............. .................., 4 37 Hawkins, Diane ....... ...................... 4 68 Hawkins, Gerry ...... .......................... 2 99 Hawkins, Glenda ................ 208, 213, 414 Hawkins, Jerry ............................ 63, 468 Hawley, Joe W. ........................ 202, 468 Hayden, Martha Raye ............ 255, 391 Hayes, Ann ........................ ............. 4 14 Hayes, Byron ............ - .......... .. 437 Hayes, Gayle ............... ....... 2 58, 437 Hayes, Richard C. ..... ............. 4 68 Hayes, Sherry .......... ................ 4 37 Hayes, Zack ....... .... 3 13, 316 Haymes, Kay .... ........... 3 91 Hayn, Janet .......... ......... 3 91 Hayn, Margaret ...... ...... 4 14 Haynes, Donna ....... ......... 4 68 Haynes, Pat .............. ............. 4 68 Haynes, Phil ............... ...... 3 44, 392 Haynes, Sue Carolyn ...... ....... 2 11, 392 Haynie, Prudence ....... ...... 2 37, 414 Hays, Peggy ........... ............ 4 37 Hays, Stephen .... ............... 4 37 Hazard, Don ........ ....... 1 80, 414 Heaberlin, Mary .......... ............. 4 37 Heacker, Jean ................. ............. 2 60 Head, Charlotte Kaye ...... ...... 1 93, 414 Head, Gerry ..................... ............ 4 14 Head, Joe D. ....... .... . . 437 Head, Kay ........... ......... 4 14 Head, Nancy ....... ............ 4 37 Heady, Sharon ....... .......,....... 2 60 Heard, Dwight ...... .... 2 35, 468 Heard, Wendell .......... .........,......... 4 38 Heath, Karolyn Kay ............................ 468 Heath, Suzanne ............ 111, 234, 255 Heaton, Carolyn .... ...................... 4 68 Hebert, Becky ......... ....... ....... . 438 Heermans, Elaine ....... . ........................ 468 Heflin, Garvin .................................... 438 Hegar, Kathryn 174, 181, 188, 208, 383 Hiemann, J. B. ....... ................. . . 266 Heindel, Bob ..... ...... 2 35, 468 Heizer, Jay ..... ........... 3 83 Heizer, LaNell .... ........ 4 68 Helms, Linda ........... ..... 4 38 Helton, George ....... ..... 4 69 Helton, Larry .............. ...... 1 85 Henderson, Anne ...... ..... 4 14 Henderson, Buck .......... ..... 2 68 Henderson, Jacqueline ..... ..... 4 69 Henderson, Kenneth ..... ................ 2 66 Henderson, Leanne ......... .................... 4 69 Henderson, Linda Lou ........ 225, 258, 414 Henderson, Marilyn .................... 194, 469 Henderson, Naoma Mae ........................ 469 Henderson, Steve ................................ 469 Henderson, William B. ........................ 392 Hendricks, Evelyn .... 168, 213, 225, 258 Henricks, Mac ........................................ 438 Hendricks, Pat E. ................................ 438 Hendricks, Shriley ...... ...... 4 69 Hendrie, Gae .............. ..... 4 69 Hendrix, Heather ................................ 414 Hendrix, Linda .................................... 438 Henley, Charlotte .... 212, 217, 226, 252, 414 Henry, Eddie L. .................................... 469 Henry, Gene .......... ........... 2 02, 469 Henry, Joann ............................ 175, 392 Henry, Marilyn Kay ............ 212, 227, 392 Henry, Melanie .......... ...................... 4 69 Henslee, Diane ....... .................. 4 69 Hensley, Laura ....... ..... 4 38 Hensley, Michael ...... ,,,,, 4 69 Henson, LaGayle ................. .,... 4 69 Henson, Ronnie ........................ ..... 4 14 Hermann, Hank ...........,............... .,.,,, 2 03 Hermann, Kathleen Suzanne ...... ...... 4 69 Hernandez, Martha ................ ,..., 4 38 Herndon, Mitzi .................. .... 2 55 Hernon, Bonnie Lee ............... .,..,, 3 83 Herr, Hillman ............................ ..... 4 38 Herrington, Richard' Thomas ..........., 433 Herrmann, Henry A. ........................ 392 Herron, Alva Nell ................ 177, 469 Herron, Doris .............. ............. 4 14 Hervey, Miki .......... ..,....., 4 14 Hess, Sandra .... ..... 4 38 Hester, Roy ....... ...,.. 4 38 Hester, Sharon .......... ...... 4 69 Hester, Tommy .......... ....,,,,, 2 70 Hetherington, Carol ...... ................... 4 69 Hewitt, Janelle ............................ 231, 414 Hibbetts, Cynthia ................ 205, 258, 414 Hickcrson, Ronnie Joe ....................,,,, 414 Hickman, Diana ........... .....,............ 4 38 Hickman, Dorothy ..... ......-.---.- 4 14 Hickman, Gilbert ..... ..... 2 82, 392 Hickman, Linda ...... .........---- 3 92 Hicks, David ...... ------------- 4 69 Hicks, Don .......... .......--.------- 3 92 Hicks, Ronald ..... -.---- 2 00, 392 Hicks, Sarah ....... .......--.... 69 Hicks, Shirley .......... ---.------ 15 Hielscher, Dalton ..... ...---------- -I 69 Hiett, Bob ............-.-...-. -.1-- 1 37, 214 Higginbotham, Taylor .... ............. 4 15 Higgins, Martha Jane ....... -..------- 4 15 Higgins, Pat ................. .....----------- 2 82 Higgins, Scott ............ -.---- 2 33, 438 High, Benny .............-.-..---------------------- 438 High, Rosemary .......................-.-..------.- 145 Hight, Lee .............------------------------- 83, 94 Hightower, Jim .... 61, 63, 238, 280, 428, 438 Hightower, John L. ...........................- 469 Hightower, Julia ....... ...... 1 94, 438 Higniglit, Cookie ...... ............ 4 15 Hileman, Michael ..... .......... 4 69 Hill, Alton L. ...... ........-...- 4 69 Hill, Corliss .......... ................. 4 69 Hill, Fran ..... 175, 392 Hill, Gary .... ............. 2 72 Hill, Gaye ....... ......... 4 38 Hill, Jimmy .......... ....... 4 38 Hill, Sandra Lee ..... ....... 4 15 Hilliard, Wynelle ............ ...... 4 69 Hillin, Jean .............................. ....... 4 69 Hilscher, Edward George ...... ....... 4 69 Hilsher, Randy ................. ........ 4 69 Hilton, Margaret Ann ....... ............. 3 92 Hilz, John ........................ ................ 4 69 Hinchman, Cheryl ............. ........ 2 09 469 Hinds, Marguerite June ............ 183, 415 Hinds, Tommy ................ .,........... 4 38 Hines, David .............. ............ 2 76 Hinnant, John Leslie ...... ....... 1 84, 392 Hipp, Bill ..................... ............. 3 92 Hirsch, Margot .......... ......... 4 69 Hitt, Marilyn .... ..... 3 92 Hitt, Myra ........... ..... 4 38 Hitt, Sandra .............. ......... 4 69 Hix, Autumn Joan ..... ............. 3 92 Hix, Terry .................................... 266, 438 Hix, Vivian ................................,....,.. 469 Hobbs, Bill .... 109, 110, 182, 187, 214 Hobbs, Dionita Jean ............................ 392 Hobbs, R. Brian .......... .......... 2 66, 415 Hocher, Barbara ......... ............. 4 69 Hodge, Carolyn ...... .......... 4 69 Hodge, Ruthie ....... ..... 4 69 Hodges, Hugh ....... ......... 4 69 Hodges, Joe ....... ............ 4 69 Hodges, Robert ..... ..... 3 38, 415 Hodnett, Clyde ...... ....,.....,..... 4 38 Hoefnagel, Eric ......... .........,,., 1 30 Hoffmann, Declan ......... ..... 1 91 392 Hoffmann, Dorothy ..... .....,.,, 4 69 Hokanson, Lonnie ..... ...... 4 69 Holcomb, Jan ........., ,.,,,,, 4 69 Holden, Linda ...... ...,,,, 4 69 Holder, Daphna ..,.. ,,,,,,, 4 69 Holder, Karol R. ..... .......... 4 69 Holder, Lanell ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 70 Holder, Lehman ...... .....,., 2 32 433 Holder, Louie ....... ............ 4 70 Holder, Susan .......... ,.,,,,,,, 4 70 Holeman, Jimmie ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 63 Holland, Carolyn ...... .....,,......... 3 92 Holland, David L. ....... 280, 392 Holland, Freda ...... ............, 4 70 Holland, Robert L. .... .......... 4 70 Holland, Steve ...... . .. ..... 415 Holley, Jimmie ...............,..,................. 470 Holliday, Peggie ............................ 177 470 Hollingsworth, James Freman ........ 415 Hollis, James .................................,,, 282 Holloway, Bill ...........................,,..,,,,, 470 Holloway, Carl ........... ,,,,,,, 1 74, 415 Holloway, Chuck ,,,,,.,,,, , 180 Holloway, Kathleen ............ .........,,,, 4 38 Holloway, Ken .............,........., 280, 415 Hollowell, Linda Marilyn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 392 Holman, Bruce D. .......,........,,,,,,,,,,,, 470 Holmes, Carole Joe .........,,,,,,, 219, 415 Holmes, Janet .......... ,,,, 2 36, 415 Holmes, Jerry D. .,...,. ,,,,,,, 2 68, 392 Holmes, Mack A. ...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 15 Holmes, Ruth Jane ...... ,,,,,,, 2 05, 333 Holmes, Vickie ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 70 Holt, Billy .........., 192, 392 Holyfield, Frank ........,, ,,,,, 1 98 392 Honegger, Sharon ....... . 392 Hood, Dorris ....... ,,,,,,,, 4 38 Hood, Karen ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 470 Hood, Thomas M. ........................ 180, 438 Hoodenpyle, Jerry ........ 207, 238, 280, 415 Hooks, Karenma Susan ................ 219 392 Hooper, Robert ........................,..,,,,,,,,, 383 Hoot, Thomas ......... 433 Hooten, Leroy ......,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 33 Hoover, Phillip ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 263 Hopkins, Glynn .,... ...... 1 85, 392 Hopkins, Nancy ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .1 15 Hopkins, Sandie ...... ......... 4 38 Hopkins, Wayne ....,. ,,,,, 3 16 Hopkins, NXfilliam ..... ...... 4 38 Hoppe, Dian ........., ...... - 138 Hopper, John ....... ........ 1 69 Hopwood, Sandy ..... .............. 1 133 Horak, Frank J. ...... ................ 3 92 Horn, Judy Kay ..... ,,.,, 1 99, .115 Horn, Marcy .............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, - 115 Horn, Sharon .............. ....,... - 170 Horn, Wfilliam James ,.,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . 115 Horne, Charlotte Ann ............ 177, -158 Horne, James .... ........ Horne, Larry ........ .........,. Horner, Jonelle ...... .... 2 50, Horner, Norman ....... ,,,..,.,,,,, Horton, Gay ........ ,,,,,,,, Horton, John ......... Horton, Terry M. Hosking, Anthony .... .... Houck, David ........ ..,, Houlihan, Darla .,..,.. ,,,,,,,,, House, John C, ,,,,,,, House, Loyette ......... ,,,,, 1 89, Housewright, Roy ....... ....,,,,.,,, Housley, Maureen .....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, Houston, Bob .................. ..,,,.,,,,,,,,, Houston, Cynthia ........,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 77, Houston, Walter Grant ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Houston, Wayne Earl .,..,,, ,,,,,, 1 79, Howard, Anthony ,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Howard, Barbara ....... ,,,,,,,, Howard, Bruce E, ..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Howard, Janice .,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 S7, Howard, Joel Thomas ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 28, Howard, Judy Kay ,,,,,,,,,, Howard, Paula ............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Howard, Raymond .......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Howard, Robert Ted ...,,..,,,,, 174, 280 Howard, Theresa ........ 168, 225, 259, Howe, Leroy M. ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Howell, Ben .,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-- Howell, Jim ......,, ,,,,, Howerton, Jane .....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Howeth, Larry W. ,,,,,,,,,, Howington, Jay ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 00, Howson, Frank ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hoyl, Nancy ......... ,,,,,, 2 09, Hoyle, Marge .........., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , Hrazdil, Donald ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, ,,,--,- Hrbacek, Betsy .........,,, 208, 257 Hubbard, Dee ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,-,-, l Hubbard, Gola, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, --,-- Hubbard, Paul H. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , Hubbard, Sharon ......,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,- Huber, Kathleen .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Huddleston, Diane .... 201, 205, 227, 240 Huddleston, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,---,, -- Hudgens, Anna Faye ......., ,,,,,,,,, Hudgens, Madalyn Rae ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Huclgeons, Barbara ......, ,,,,, Hudgins, Clyde ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Hudson, Claude ,,,, -,-----..-- Hudson, Phyllis ,,,,,,, ,,,,-,-,,,------ Huemme, Penny ..... ,,,,, 2 06, Huey, Sam ,,,,,,,,,,, --,,,--,-.,-------- Huff, Valencia ...,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,--,,-,- Q ---- Huffman, Cheryl ...,,. ,A ,,,,,,,---,,,-,, Huffman, Donnie ..... ,,,, 2 66 Huffman, 'Paul ,,,, ,,,-,,,---, uf Hufstedler, Don ....,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 82 Huggins, James W, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,-,-- , Hughes, Genell ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,--,,,-- Hughes, Hugh ..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, HU8h6S, James Gerald ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hughes, Judy Kathryn ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,-,-- ---- Hughes, Lu Diane .... 130 170, 218 Hughes, Roxie ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 60 Hughey, Gloria ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,- ' Hughes, Bill ,,,,,,,, ---.---- Hulme, Don ,,,,,,,,,,,, -.---.--------q- Humbert, Sharon ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,-,-,--- H , Humble, Ruth ..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,, 1 -- Hummel, Judi ..,.,,,,,,,,,- ,,,---- 6 2, 257 Humphreys, Susan Humphreys, Thomas J. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Huneycutt, Fonda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,, -,----,--------- Hunt- Gary ---- 122, 169 174, 198, Hunt, Jane ...........,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hunt, Jerry ,,,.,, ,,,,, 2 72, Hunt, Lyle .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,,,,,,,,-- Hunt, Nancy ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Hunter, Elizabeth Ann ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Hunter, Max ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 70, Hunter, Robert .......... Huntsinger, Mike Hurn, Bonnie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Hurst, Marcia Ellen ..... ,,,,,, Hurst, Martin Luther ..... ..... Hurst, Oralee ...........,,.,,, ,,,,,, Hurst, Suzanne ....................,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Hurst, Timothy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Hurt, Laura Sue ........ 188, 227, 250, Husbands, Barbara Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Husbands, Richard ...,.,,,,,,, Husbands, Robert ........... 272, Huston, Carol ....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Hutcherson, Jennabeth ..... ..,,,, Hutka, Jerrie ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,1 Hutson, Betty Jo ...... ,,,,, Hutton, Patti .................. ,,,,, Hyatt, IN'Iary Ann ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,1 Hyndman, Robert Kirk ....,.,, ,,,,,, Hynds, Norma Sue ............ ..,,.,, I Ibbott, John ............,,,,, ,,,,,, Ibsen, Karen ........... ,,,,, Inge. Patsy .................. ,,,,,, Ingram, Howard E. ..... ,,,,,, , Ingram, Jack ........... 1 Ingram, Jim .......... ,,,,,, Ingram, John .... ,,,, Ingram, Kay .............. ,,,,,,,,,, Ingram, Meredith ....... 255, Ingram, Ray .,......... ,,,,,,,, Ingram, Sally ....... ,,,,,,,,, Inlow, Linda ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,, lllllliln, Durcne ,,,,, :NX Inmon, Patricia ....... 470 438 392 415 252 276 415 438 438 470 438 438 188 470 470 439 439 392 470 470 470 439 415 470 439 270 392 439 439 439 439 470 470 392 470 470 415 392 415 470 470 439 415 439 236, 415 275 392 392 470 439 470 415 439 470 470 470 592 592 415 470 470 470 415 592 592 459 415 319 266 459 415 592 470 439 393 282, 393 415 415 470 470 470 415 439 270 470 470 471 415 595 415 459 471 .ns 471 393 471 459 -ns 471 471 459 -171 -171 471 -115 276 -139 264 159 999 .pl -171 211 439 -171 473 441 473 418 473 418 473 394 418 474 127, 166, Linck, Pete ............ Kiecke, Danny f 125 Kimball, Danny .... 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Jablonski, XY"illiam P. ..-------------------A- - Jackson, Barbara ...-.-.,---------- ------4--- Jackson, Barry ............ 2-19, 237, 230, Jackson, Bob ....... .--.A------------------- - -- Jackson, Bryan ....---------4------- ------------------- Jackson, Charlotte ..,. 131, 222, 226, Jackson, James C. .,------------- 1 --------------- - Jackson, Judy ....------------- --------------- Jackson, Linda C ........ ------- 2 29, 1 Jackson Reed .............----- -- ---------- .- Jackson, 717110111115 ............-.----- --------- Jackson XVilliam Norman ...... Jacobs, I Robert ......--------------- Jacobsen. Gary Jacoby, Judy ....... Jagoe, Kippy .......... James, Judy ..,........------ -----------A----- James, Melinda ............. ..........---------- James, Ronald Ray ............---------------- James, Ronnie ............ ---- 2 44, 265, Jameson, James --------------- Jancik,.Kay .......... ---------------- - Jansen, Bill ......... .----- 2 65, Jansky, Daniel ...... ....-.---- Jai-esh, Lorraine ........ Jarrett, Frank ...... ----------------- Javens, James ...... .... 2 82, Javens, Richard ........ ....-. 2 71, Jaynes, Leila ................. ...---------- Jaynes, R. Leiland ........ ...----------- Jeffcoats, Larry ........ ...-.- 2 71, Jeffers, Jeff .......... .......--.--- Jenkins, Harry ......... ...... 2 63 Jenkins, Janvan ..... .-.----------- Jenkins, Jim .......... ............----- Jenkins, Joe ............... ....... 2 82, Jenkins, Linda .............. ....... 4 28, Jennings, Brenda L. .... ............. . Jennings, Hughrene ..... ...--..--- Jennings, Judy ............ ------ Jerden, Keith Evans .... ...-.-.-.- Jerome, Raoul Frank ........ -.--- 2 21, Jessup, James .............. ..--.---- Jeter, Galen A. ...... --..- . Jeter, Leonard .... .... Jetton, Jerry .......... ...... Jetton, Ronald ............ --.---. Jimenez, Cruz, Jr. ..... ..... . Jimenez, Jose ............ ........--- Jobe, Larry .............. ............. Johns, David ...............................- 200, Johns, Kay ............................................ Johnson, Andrew LaFayette ................ Johnson, Annie Pearl ............................ Johnson, Ben .................................... Johnson, Bettye Lou ........ 175, 210, Johnson, Billie ............... ...................... Johnson, Carmaleta ....... ....,............. Johnson, Carolyn ...... ....... 2 19, Johnson, Cliff W. ,..... . 271, Johnson, Connie ..... .................... Johnson, Dale ........................................ Johnson, David J. ........................... . Johnson, Dolores ............ 181, 208, Johnson, Evelyn ................................ Johnson, Ferol Marie ................ 186, Johnson, Gerald ........... .......... Johnson, Jeanette ..... .............. Johnson, Jeffie ..... ...... 2 32, Johnson, Jill ...... .............. Johnson, Jill ......... .......... Johnson, Jim ................ .............. Johnson, Joe ....,...,..,............................ Johnson, Judith Mary ................ 205, Johnson, June .... 120, 188, 266, 237, Johnson, Larry ........................ 277, Johnson, Mary Karen ............................ Johnson, Mead ................... Johnson, Patricia Ann ...... ....... Johnson, Paula ............... ....... Johnson,, Pete ............. ...... Johnson, Reilly B. .... Johnson, Ronald ........ ----- Johnson, Susan ..... ...- Johnson, Valerie ....... ........ Johnson, XVayne E. .... .......... . Johnson, William H. .... ..... 2 38, Johnston, Carolyn ...... ........... Johnston, Charlene .......... ........ Johnston, Jerry Don ....... ........... Johnston, Norton ........ .........-...- Jones, Adrian Leslie ........ ..... 1 81 Jones, Albert ............. Jones, Barbara ........... Jones, Barry ...... Jones, Carolyn ......... Jones, Carolyn A. Jones, Charles ......... Jones, Charles F. Jones, Covelle ........ Jones, Creeda ..... Jones, Darlene ............ Jones, Darrell ................... Jones, David Michael Jones, Elliott ................... Jones, Fred ................... Jones, Gene ...,............... Jones, Harold Keith ...... Jones, H. Glenn ........ 2227275, .2 25g 393 -171 -115 -171 471 415 471 -139 271 -171 415 415 173 393 393 383 439 439 471 415 416 471 268 471 471 471 416 471 416 416 439 416 393 471 416 416 416 393 416 439 277 393 416 471 416 439 416 439 439 393 393 416 393 439 439 416 416 24 417 393 471 471 471 416 393 215 393 416 393 471 471 393 471 393 416 471 439 471 471 266 393 416 416 393 439 471 471 471 439 471 416 393 416 439 269 416 416 471 269 393 319 439 - 499 471 416 416 471 393 471 471 393 472 416 440 472 472 440 Jones, l-lucy ..... ........ 4 72 Jones, Jack .... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 69 Jones, Jerry ...... ..... 1 90, 472 Jones, Jesse .....,....., ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 93 Jones, Kathy .............. ...,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 16 Jones, Linda ..,,....,..,,.,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 27, 393 Jones, Linda Kaye ...... ..,,..,,.,,, 4 72 Jones, Linda Lee ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 173 Jones, Martha Ann ....... ...,,, 2 60, 393 Jones, Mary .................. ,,.,,,,,,,,, 4 72 Jones, Phyllis ..................... ,,.,,,,,,,,,, 4 72 Jones, Randall Brackin ....,....,,, 233, 416 Jones, Richard ..................,. ...,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 2 16 Jones, Robert .................. .,.,,,, 2 69, 393 Jones, Sam, Jr. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 416 Jones, Sarah ........ ,,,.,,,, 3 93 Jones, Sarah Jo ...... ......... 4 40 Jones, Sherri ........ ....,,,,,,., 4 40 Jones, Sue .............. .... 1 89, 440 Jones, Wfilliam S. ...... .....,...,,.. 2 116 Jones, Wlorth ........... ....,,...... 4 -10 Joplin, Bill ....................... ..... 2 66, 440 Joplin, Sydney Paul ............ ............. 4 72 Jordan, Charlotte Mary .................... 472 Jordan, Dolores .............,.. ..... 2 29, 146 Jordan, Jerry .................. ............ 3 93 Jordan, John ........... ......... 4 40 Jordan, Richard ...... ................... 3 93 Jost, Nancy ........ ...................... 2 23 Joyce, John W. ...... ....... 1 66, 234, 416 Judd, Kenneth ....... ...................... 4 16 Justice, Janice ........... .................. 4 72 Justiss, Diana Gail ..... ................. 4 72 Justus, Charles ............... ...... 1 84, 393 Justus, Donald Bill ......... ............ 4 72 Bi K., J. F. ................................................ 108 Kahrs, Alfred ......................................,. 202 Kale, Hellen ....., ........ 2 48, 261, 440 Kammerer, Jim ............. 283, 393 Kanatzar, Larry ...... ................... 2 72 Karr, Carolyn ........... .............. 2 55, 416 Kay, Connie ........ ..... 1 81, 261, 416 Kay, Richard ...... ............ 1 94, 416 Keasler, Karen .....,... 255, 440 Keating, Barbara ..... ..,... 2 55, 417 Keaton, Paula, .............. . 440 Keck, Susan .................... ...... 2 52, 417 Keeble, Jack Gordon ....... ...... 2 44, 393 Keeble, Mary .................. ....... 2 11, 393 Keene, Donald .......... ............ 4 72 Keese, Joan .............. .,,... 4 72 Keese, Kay ............................................ 440 Keeter, Leon ..,......................................... 417 Keiffer, Richard S. ................,,,,.,,.,,,, 393 lied, 1Jancy .... 114, 170, 187, 215, 218, 393 Keith, Bob ....... 1 .................................... 472 Keith, Don .......... ,,,,, 2 02, 440 Kellberg, Nancy ....,,.,,,, , 417 Keller, Judy Ann ..... ,...........,, 3 93 Kelley, Evelyn .......... ............... 4 40 Kelley, Lex ...................... ....... 1 81, 393 Kelley, Nancy Kay ..... ............ 1 95 Kelley, Pat ............... ,,,,,,,, 2 80 Kelley, Patsy .......... ,,,,,. 4 17 Kelley, Phillip .......,...., ,,,,,, 2 03 Kellum, Sandra Kay ..... .......... 4 72 Kendrick, Leo E. ............. ....,......,..,,, 4 72 Kendrick, Marion Kerry ........,,., 354, 417 Kennedy, David ................ ....,.,..,,.. 4 72 Kennedy, Ivan Nolan ........ .,,..,,.,, 3 93 Kennedy, Kaye .............. ......... 4 72 Kennedy, Larry .................................... 472 Kennedy, Loyd .... .................... 1 88, 417 Kennedy, Susan ........ 60, 116, 255, 417 Kent, Susan ........ ............................. 4 72 Kenter, Marcus ....... 472 Kenyon, Jeanie Kepler, Dutch . Kerr, Barbara .............. Kerr, Patricia M. ..... . Kern, Myrtle ........... Kerr, Phyllis ....... Kerr Steve ....... Kesler, Karen Kestner, Violet Keswick, Leigh Kettler, William ...... Key, Judy ................. Kidd, Robert S. ..... . Kidwell, Charles ..... Kieke, Sandra Jean ........ Kile, Rex ..................... Killen, Byron N. .... . Killen, Kenneth ................. Killingsworth, James .... Kimball, Bill .................... Kimball, Bob ........... ..... Kimberling, Clark ...... Kimbrew, John ...... Kindred, Beverly ...... Kindred, Joe ....... Kindrick, Roy ...... King, King, Bob Ann ........ Carl ............. King, Diantha ...... King, Genell ....... King, Gerald ...... King, Horace .......... King, Jerry .................. King, Joyce Bishop King, Milton D. .. King, Pat .................. King, Ronnie ...... King, Sharron ...... King, Shirley ...... .222 440 222 440 222 472 .22. 595 .22. 595 2222. 595 222222. 417 .222 261, 417 22. 176, 472 22. zso 440 .222222 472 22222 417 222 383 .222 277 .222 394 .212 394 4 1-7 394 417 224, 417 222. 222, 60, 171, 238, 272, 273, 180, 171, 234, 234, 394 417 472 220 440 417 440 394 257 394 440 206 280 472 440 440 394 417 188 472 472 62 , 244, 22f7iif , . . . Lawrence, Philip M. Lawrence, Preston L. 2 Lawrence, Richard ..,.... Laws, Deann ....,..,........,... Lawson, Edward Lee .... Lawson, Michael S. Lawson, Susan .,....., Laxson, Thomas ....... Lazenby, Cl1arles ..... .... Leach, Andrea ..... Leach, Linda ............ Leach, Priscilla .................. Leatherwood, Bobby Leatherwood, Carl .... Leavell, Marguerite Le Cour, Xvlllldm ........................ Ledbetter, Laurel Ledbetter, Linda . Ledbetter, Sharron '187f 238, lxing, Travis ...............,..,.., ........ 4 72 King, Xvilliam Gerald ....,.. ....... 3 94 Kingsbury, Norman ,,,,,,,, 269 Kingston, David ,,,,....... ,,.,... 3 94 Kinman, Sally ...... ...... 4 72 Kinney, Barbara ........ ........... 4 -10 Kinney, Peggy Ann ....... ...................... 4 40 Kinsel, Aliene ........................ 261, 417 Kinser, Holly ................ 180, 212, 394 Kinser, Susan ......,..... 230, 231, 252, 448 Kinstley, Wlarren .............,.................. 394 Kirby, Katy .......... ....... ..... . 472 Kirk, Karla ..,,.,.2,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 4 72 Kirkendall, Jim ............ ..,,,,.,..,,,. 4 72 Kirkpatrick, Edwin ....... ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 4 40 Kirkpatrick, Wayne .... ..... 2 63, 417 Kissick, Jerry ,........... 2 ..... 266, 440 Klein, Carol Jean ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 72 Klein, Madeline ........ ,..,..,,,, 4 72 Klein, Nancy .............. ,,,,, 2 34, 417 Klingbeil, Darlene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, 472 Knepp, Raymond .......................,,,,,,,,, 440 Kneupper, Sandra ...,.......2 219, 259, 394 Knight, David .,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 72 Knight, Ed S, ,,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 94 Knight, Harold ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 9 9 Knight, Joe ...,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 72 Knight, Louise ........ ..,,.. 2 23, 261, 417 Kmppel, Jerry ....... ...... 2 49, 265, 440 Knott, Tommy ............,.,, 179, 266, 394 Knowles, Karen .................,,,,,..,,,,,,, , 472 Knox, Cecilia ........ 121 218, 219, 417 Knox, Charles ........................,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 72 Knox, Mary ........................,,.,,22,,,,,,,,, 472 Knox, Sudie .........,...... ,,,,,,,, 4 .10 Knox, William L. .... ,,,,,,, 4 17 Koci, Bill .............. ,,.,,,,,,, 2 66 Koehler, James . ..... .... 2 69, 39-1 Koelper, Edward ..... .....2,2,2 4 17 Koiner, Wylie ......................................., 440 Kolter, Adrian W. ................................ 440 Koncak, Karen .... 62, 201, 240, 257, 394 Kontur, Barbara ................................,,,, 440 Koonce, Sandy ................................,.,,,,,, 472 Icoreh, BiH .... 60, 171, 186, 188, 224, 231, 235, 440 Kothe, Cheryl ..................................., 475 Kowalzyk, Dagmar .....,. .....,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 95 Kozuch, John ......... .........,..,,,2 4 40 Kraft, Mary Ann .... ,..................,,,,, 2 37 Kramolis, Wanda ................ 180, 250, 394 Krasin, Katharyn .................,..........,,,, Kretzschmar, Carolyn .... ...........,..,.. Krrder, Sue ................... Kromer, Preston L. Krueger, Thelma ..... Kruger, Janet .......... 222. 252, .22 255, Kruse, Linda ......... ......,,,, Kubala, Jeanette ................................ Kubiak, Shirley ................................ Kucera, Leon Lawrence ........................ Kuehn, Edwin ................ 166, 191, Kuehne, Ernest ......,............................. Kuhn, Kathie ...... Kuieth, Judy ...... Kulbeth, Judy ......... Kysor, William ............ I. La Barbera, Jo Ann - .... La Baurne, Jimmy ........ 440 440 440 394 473 417 473 440 473 394 417 473 473 440 441 473 22. 280, 200, 222. 273, 113 22. 240, 77777775712 Ledlow, Kent E. .......................,.... 229 Lee Barbara ........................................ Lee, Carol ............ 175, 210, 261, Lee Charles ....................................,.-. Lee Dennis G. ......................... ....... . Lee,- Donna Beth .... .... Lee Frankie .......,. .... Lee James ......... .... Lee Jeanette ..... ....... Lee Lana ................ ............ Lee Lynda Nell ...... ..... 2 31, Lee Nelda ............. ...... 1 93, Lee, Pallin .......... ...,......... Lee Peggy Joy .... ...............,.. Lee, Sharron .... 231, Lee Sherry ..... .............. Lee, Tommy ........ ............ Leedy, Thomas ........ .... Leeson, Bob ................ .......... Leeth, Georgia Eileen ...... ................... Leffel, Robert ........................ 265, Lefler, Wlalta .................... 166, 191, Legg, Laura Beth .... 131, 167, 170, 188, 230, 394, 128, Leggett, Bob ........................................ Lehmann, Carlotta ................................ Lemons, David ..... Leopold, Joyce ..... Le uire L nn Q , Y ----- Lester, John ....... Lester, Larry A. ...... . Lesure, Sharon ............... Letcher, Harvey ............... Levels, Mac Arthur ....... Leventhal, Ralph N Leverett, Joyce ............ Leverett, ,Mary ......... Lewis , Lewis, Lewis, Lewis , Lewis, Billy ...... Darrell ........ Dorothea ........ Fred ...................... Gwena Jeanne .2f7E7iQ 221 Lewis, John Cary .... 122 Lewis, Nancy ..... Lewis, Paul ............ Lewis, Richard ..... Lewis, Sharron ..... Ley, George ......... Liles, Karen ......... Lillard, Phillip .... Linberg, Curt ..... Lindsey, Janie ....... Lindsey, Larry ....... Lindsey, Sue .......... Linguist, Tommy ....... Linnett, Dianne ....... Linscomb, Ronald ....... Linthicum, Judy ...... Lippincott, Claudene 2227516 22771887 2 Little, Andrea ....................................... Little, Karen Sue ............ 248, 259, Little, Lowell P., Jr. ................ 283, Little, Michael ............................ 202, Littlefield, Janet ....... ...... 1 66, 218 Littlejohn, Ron, Jr. ...... ...................... . Littlepage, James ..... ........ 2 99, Littmann, Nancy ...... ........... Littrell, Martha ............................ 261 Litty, Jack ......................... Livingston, Kay D. .... 191, 195, 201 Livingston, Priscilla Ann ............ 255 Locke, Donna Patricia ........................ Locke, Johnnie Gene ....... ...... 3 19 Lockhart, Carl ............. .... 2 99, Lockhart, Ruby Jean ...... Loetterle, John .............. Long, Audie ............. Long, Mike ......... Long, Stephen ..... Long, Suzanne Lopez, Jose G. Lopez, Ray ................ 441 473 La Cari, Susan ............ ....... 4 73 Lacey, Carolyn Sue .... ....... 4 73 Lacy, Pat ................. ...... 2 23 Ladd, Susan ............ ......., 4 73 LaGrone, Chuck ........ .,,,..,,,., 4 17 Lain, Joanie ................ ............. 4 41 Lair, Bryan Douglas ..... 266, 441 Laird, Andrea ............... .............. 4 73 Laird, Joan .............. ......... 4 73 La Lumia, Nick ..... .............. 4 73 Lamar, Betty ....... .... 2 50, 417 Lamb, J. L. ........... .... 2 69, 441 Lamb, Rex L. Jr. ....... .................. 3 94 Lamb, Robert D. ...... ........... 1 78, 441 Lambert, Steve ........................................ 441 Lamkin, Peggy ................ 168, 176, 441 Lancaster, Billie Dan ........................ 417 Lancaster, David ................................ 299 Lancaster, Kay ............ ............. 4 41 Landers, Mildred ..... .... 2 10, 394 Lane, G. B. .............. .... 2 21, 417 Lane, Jackie ........... .... 2 40, 257 Lane, Nancy ...... .......... 4 73 Lanford, Dick ........ ........ 2 66 Langdon, Shirley ....... ....... 3 82 Lange, Dorothy ..... ....... 4 17 Langeloh, Art ..... ....... ....... ,...... 2 8 3 Langguth, Gail .................................... 473 Lanier, Kay ............ 111, 114, 187, 417 Lankford, Barbara ................................ 473 Largent, Rick ................... ....... ....... 4 7 3 Larkin, James ......... ....... 3 94 Larson, Douglas ..... ....... 4 17 Larson, Lynne ............ ....... 4 73 La Rue, Janelle ........... ....... 4 17 Lasseter, Martha Tim ..... ........ 4 17 Latham, Beverly ........... ....... 2 52 Latham, Kenneth ..... ....... 4 41 Latimer, Donna ........... ....... 4 41 Latimer, Gerald M. .... ........... 4 17 Latimer, Linda ............ ................. 4 17 Latta, Jolm M. ............................ 198, 394 Laughlin, Bobby .................................... 473 Laughter, Mary Arnette .... 167, 183, 205, 39 Lavender, Carol ........... ...... 2 50, 394 Lawing, Harry ................ ............. 4 41 Lawler, Melba Annette ...... ........... Lawrence, Charles ........... Lawrence, Gretchen .... 417 417 473 Lorigan, Kathy ............ Lott, John ....................... Lott, William Loyd : ...... 2,27518 .2. 455, Loudermilk, Sherrilan .... .. Love, Nanc ................... Y Lovelace, Bob ........................................ Loveless, Curtis ..... 2 ....... 63, 453, Lovette, Linda. ........... Low, Bessie Sue ....... Lowe, Carolyn ........ Lowell, Jack L. ....... . Lowery, Dwight Lowery, Lorraine Lowrance, Marcus ....... Lowrey, Kenneth Lubbers, Barbara Lucas, Joane .......... 2.22. 2.. 1227751977 .2f72Zt1 22 231, 473 473 441 473 4-ll 4-11 473 473 417 473 234 473 4-11 214 418 283 257 473 441 441 441 418 473 441 473 221 473 418 473 -Q 99-1 473 59-1 441 394 273 199 203 473 418 418 186, 255 473 474 441 394 441 394 474 474 418 169. 418 474 441 418 441 394 394 394 441 299 441 441 441 182 474 441 474 441 418 418 418 474 418 474 300 206 441 474 418 394 474 474 441 474 394 474 474 474 474 441 474 474 474 474 474 441 115 474 395 474 474 441 320 474 474 474 418 441 5 Lucas, Pat ...... Luck, Sandi .....------- Ludden, Kay --------------- Ludeman, ' Charles Ludwick, Marty . 273, M126- Lugenbuhl, Lynn Lumpkin, Carolyn ..........---------------- ----- Lumpkin, Royce ........ 124 220 288 Lumpkin, Vonnie Luna, Barbara Ann ........... Lund, Max ......--------- Lunday, Lunday, Mary Luper, Lurich, Don .............-- Linda Ken Lusk, Donna Luten, Sandra Luttrell, Dale ....-------- Luttrell, Thomas ....... Lybrand, Karl ....... Lynch, Bill ............ Lynn ...... Kay ....... Lynch, Don ............- -.-.-.--- ..... , ' i 175: Lyon, Jane .......................... ------- Maben, A M Catherine ........... Maca, Ben .............-.---- MacArthur, Neil ..... MacAulay, Kathy ....... 266, Macbeth, Mary ........... MacDonald, David ...... Machart, Paul ........... Macias, Gabe ............... MacKenna, Ann .............. Mackey, Donald G. ..... . Mackey,. Judy .............. MacTaggart, Sheila Maddox, Don S. Maddox, Judy .... May, Caroline Terry Madrigal, Felix .................................... 45 Ma ers Bill g , ........................ 280, Magnenat, David .... 263, 294, Mahaffey, Elizabeth Mahaffey, Kathleen 3 299, 155, Mahan, Terry ........................................ 280 Mahaney, Buck ............ 238, 249, Mahoney, Joe ................................. Mahoney, John ............................. Maines, Mary Ann Maisel, Franklin ........ ....... Malcom, Alvin .............. .................. Malcolm, Dennis D. Males, Judy ........................ 172, Males, Sara ............... Mall, Harold ........................... .. .... Mallard, Dick .......................... ....... 229, Mallewick, Marlene Sandra ............... Mallon, Melinda ..................... ....... Malloy, Richard ................. ............... Malnassy, Sharon ........ Malnassy, Valerie ....... Malone, Danny ....... Malone, Mary ........... Malone, Patricia .... Malone, Rosella ....... Malone Sue .......... Malooly, Tom ....... Maluf, Wayne ....... Mancil, Mand, Stan 1 ....... Edward ....... Mangum, Jan ....... Mangum, Larry ....... Mann, Barbara Mann, Buster ....... Mann, Joel ........... Mann, Roland Manning, Ann . 187, 181 176, Manning, Carolyn ................................ Manoshagin, Charlotte ........................ Mansfield, Kenneth ....... .. ............... 60, Mapes, Gwen ........................ 216, 225, Maples, Fran ........ Marchant, Anita .... Marchant, Paula ...... Marcia, Jo ................... Marcom, Michael R. Marcoulides, Marc A. ,,Tui99Q Marion, Carlena ............... .-....---- Maris, Don ................ Marks, William ........ Marlin, Sally Lane ...... Marquis, Robert ....... Marr, Kaye ................................. ........ Marrs, Jim ............................................ Marrs, William M. ........................... - Marshall, Bob ........ 200, 232, 345, Marshall, Chig .................................... Marshall, Deborah ..................... ........ Marshall, Don ........ ..................... Marshall, Johnny ................................ Marshall, Marven ........ 189, 193, Marth, Don ................................ 223, Martin, Andi Marie ............................ Martin, Billy ....................... ...... Martin, Billy Mitchell ...... ....... Martin, Bryan ...................... ........ Martin, Bud ..................... ........ Martin, Danna .... ....... Martin, David ....... ........ Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, 506 Don ..... Hardy ....... James ........... J. Morris ....... Judy ........... Linda ............ 418 47.4 474 595 441 441 441 418 441 474 595 203 474 208 273 441 474 441 441 442 474 474 418 476 442 442 474 395 474 442 241 442 419 442 259- 202 476 198 395 395 476 442 442 395 476 186 476 476 476 395 259 476 383 419 442 476 442 442 476 476 395 476 419 395 266 476 419 476 476 476 476 476 283 476 476 442 476 442 442 476 442 476 195 419 476 216 395 419 476 476 476 476 395 419 442 476 476 476 419 383 442 419 395 419 442 476 477 442 419 477 443 271 John L, ................................... . John Robert .... 169, 178, 204, 280 419 Marilyn .................................... Mary Beth Mike .................... """""'266i"228l 395 477 442 443 419 Martin Nelda Sue ..... "T Martin, Ralph ........... ...... 2 99, Martin, Rita ............ .......... Martin, Ronald ........... ....... Martin, Ruby Nell ....... ....... Martin, Sandra ........... ....... Martin, Sheila ........ ....... Martin, Sue ............... ........ Martin, William .......... ........ Martindale, Wayne ......... ........ Martinek, Dianna ................................ Martinez, Mary Helen ........................ Martz, Sharron .................................... Marx, Melvin ................ 181, 234, Marx, Robert ..... Mashek, John ..... 223, Mason, Ann ..... ....... Mason, Arveta .... ....... Mason, Bobby ........... ..........- Mason, Jerry Jack ..... .... 2 63, Mason, Lila Jean ...... .........-. Mason, Sandra ......... ..... 233, 277 198, Mason, Thomas ....... Massey, John ........... Massey, Norma ....... Massie, Anne ................ Masten, Cecelia .............. Masten Donald W. ..... . Masten: Larry D. ..... . Mathews, Bobby .......... Mathews, Carl Irwin Mathews, William A. Mathews, Zelma .......... Mathis, Beverly ....... Mathis, Billye .......... Mathis, Jeannie ....... Mathis, Kay ........... Matlock, Don .......... Matthews, Kenneth ............ 216 Matthews, Richard ............................ Mattingley E. Leon 273 ........ , Mattmgley, Jerrel ....... ...................... Mattoon, Ken ........ Matzrnger, Kay ................ Mauk, Rue Eldon Mauritzen, Joe Ann Maus, John .............. Maus, Laura Jeannie Maxey, A. Russell .... Maxey, Della Jane Maxwell, David ......... Maxwell, Fred ........ Maxwell, Jan ........... """"i7'5f"2'1'6-, Maxwell, . Judy ........... May, Arthur A. ............. . May, Linda ............... May, Marilyn Sue ...... Mayfield, Paul ....... Mayfield, Robert ....... Mays, Butch ........... Mays, Dona ........ Mays, Sylvester ....... .....,......... 271, Maze, Sheryl ............... McAnall eanen Y, J ..-.----.. .................. McAnally, Toby Louise ............... McBee, Rives Russell ........ McBride, Gordon ................,.,,.,.. McBride, William ...... 336, McBryde, Cecil .............. McCabe, Ted ..................... McCaffree, Charles M. 184, McCain, Lee ................... McCain, Ward ........... McCall, Caddy ....................,.,,, McCall, Gail ................................ ,.,,,,,, McCall, Mary .... 186, 189, 201, 226, 261 McCallum, Carol ........................,..,,,,, McCarle David .... Y, McCarroll, Dana ....... - ...............,,, ,,,., """""'2'22f"266, 338, 277, 3 McCarter, Larry ..........................,,,,,,,,,, McCarty, Susan- ........ 197, 237, McCasland, Elaine ........................ McClanahan, Mary .......... McClelland, William McClendon, Robert ...............,,,,, McCleskey, Georgia ....,.....,. 195 , McCleskey, Mike .... McClintock, Joe ....... McClure, Dan ........... McClure Louann ....... Ernest ............ zoo, McCluskey, Maxine ....... McCollough, Arlene McCullou h Th m g , o as ........ . ...... . McCollum, Nancy .,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McCollum Wanda enley , H ............ McCombs, David ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McCombs, Pat ........,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 258, McConn, Frances ........... McConnell, Pat ...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, McCorkle, Paul ...............,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 259, 231, McCormack, Sharron Ann .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McCown, Leonard Joe .,.,.,,,,,,, 195, McCoy, Gale ................,,,,,, McCoy, Karen ........... ,,,,,, 2 28, McCoy, Mary ..... McCrary, Lynn .... McCraw, James ....... McCreary, Jerry ....... McCreary, Marsha 218, MCCrum, Connie ........ ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, McCullough, Alyce .... ,..,,,,,,, McCune, Glen ....................... McCurcheon, Tom McCutcheon, Bill McDaniel, Carol ........ McDaniel, Frank McDaniel, Terry .... McDaniel, James ...... 104, 261, 287, -..AL .. . .. rv ....-..-,-, Y ...,.. ,--- - V JIIL-, 395 443 443 269 419 419 477 210 443 419 395 443 443 395 395 266 395 443 275 419 477 295 383 419 395 419 477 395 443 277 395 395 395 395 477 477 443 443 443 266 395 477 443 396 396 396 372 396 396 477 477 275 443 477 396 396 419 255 443 396 266 477 396 477 474 395 395 418 267 474 442 395 474 283 395 475 229, 395 475 475 475 418 418 395 418 475 475 442 442 194 267 206 418 475 418 442 395 475 277 475 442 475 475 418 475 418 418 475 475 442 261 475 475 154 269 153 418 182 475 418 McDaniel, Vearl ................ 249, 277, 418 McDermott, 475 Margaret ............................ McDonald, Bobby ................................ 475 McDonald, Carole Ann .... 166, 188, 201, 227 McDonald, Eddie .......................-.......- 442 McDonald, Judy ............ 166, 205, 418 McDonnell, Vonita Jean .................... 475 McDowell, Carolyn ............................ 395 McDowell, Charles ........... ....... 3 95 McDowell, Claudine ........... ...... 4 18 MeE1hany, Mary Claire ....... ....... 4 42 McElhany, Tela ................ .......... 4 75 McE1rath, Peggy .................................... 418 McElroy, Bertie .................................... 442 Mg-Elroy, Douglas Keith ............ 171, 442 McElroy, Johnny ............ 200, 265, 418 McE1veen, Sherry ................................ 475 Mc-Euin, Grady ...... .................... 4 42 McGahee, Linda ......... ......... 2 57, 442 McGarrity, Patricia ..... ............. 4 75 McGehee, Lee Roy ....... .......... 4 75 McGill, Alton ............... ....... 2 44 McGill, Janet ................... ...... 3 95 McGowen, India ................ ..... 4 18 McGregor, Alvah Dee ....... .-... 475 McGrew, Robert ............. ..... 4 75 McGuffey, Artie T. ........... ........... 4 42 McGuffin, Torace T. ....... .............. 4 18 McGuire, Darlene ................................ 475 McGuire, Edward Kelly ........ 194, 442 McHam, Ronald ................................ 269 McHone, Margaret ............ 226, 233, 418 Mclntire, Kenneth ..... ............ 1 80 395 Mcntosh, David ..... ................. 3 95 Mclntush, Aloha ...... ....... 1 76, 418 McIntyre, Myra ..... ................. 3 95 Mclver, Mike .......... ........ 2 88 475 McKean, David ......... ............. 2 73 McKee, Kenneth ........ .......... 2 73 McKee, Richard ........ ..,.... 4 18 McKee, Robert E. McKeever, Sue ................ McKinley, Charles McKinley, William McKinney, Barbara ........ McKinney, Larry ........... 'EQWIIQIIII 234 442 275 395 442 475 395 Meyers, Meyers, - Dick ....... Ralph ................. ............ Mhoon, Larry ........................................ Michaels, Pat ................................ 200, Michalsky, Anthony Clkej ........ 221, Middlebrooks, Jarrelyn ........ 226, Milburn, Lynette .............. ...... 2 57, Miles, Guy P. ................. ........ 2 35, Millaway, Jack H. ..... .................. . Miller, Alvin ............. ....................... Miller, Carl ...... ........ 3 09, 311, Miller, Don ...... ........................ Miller, Don ........ 4 ......... 1 87, Miller, Fran .......... ............... Miller, Howard .......... ....... 2 21, Miller, Jerry D. ............. ............ . Miller, Larry Dale ........ ................. Miller, Leon ............. .... 3 19, 189, 252, 277 1 Miller, Linnie Ellen ..... Miller, Lynda Kay .................... Miller, Lynn ........................................ Miller, Marilyn .... 201, 219, Miller, Mike ................................ Miller, Neal ......... .......................... - Miller, Oscar ..... Miller, Sandra ...... Miller, Susan E. ........ . Miller, Susan K. .... . Miller, Tommy ...... Miller, Vivian ...... Millet, Jeff ............. Millet, John P. .... . Milling, M. Anne ..... Milling, Royce Mills, Cecelia Ann ........ Mills, Jerry .............. Mills Judy Ann ..... Millsj Judy Maye ..... Mills Sharon .......... Mineri, Merry Lu ......... Minke, Barry l .................... ...... Miramontes, Jimmy ............ ..... Mitchell Mitchell Mitchellz Mitchell Mitchell: Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell I Ronald Wayne Mitchell, Mitchell Mitchellz Mitchell, Mitchell, Mitchell Bonnie Ann ........ ...... Cherilyn ............ ...... Clark ........ 1 .... Don .......... Jo Ann ..... Lawrence .................... 199, Margaret ............ 166, 205, Rosanne .... L ....................... Roylene ...... Sam .......... Sharon .................... 208, Stephen A. Tom ........... QIIIQf"222f Mixson, Bob ............. .............. - ....... Mizell, Michael E. Moazzami, Sheila ........ Moberg, Julie Elaine ....... .......... Mobley, James K. ........ ................ - Mobly, Sam ............... .............. .... Mollenkopf, ,Howard Money, David ....................... .... ............ . Money, Penny ................... .. ...... .. ........... Monk, Hal ........... ..--.. .......... .. .......... ...-- Monroe, Dave ........... ..--.. ......... ----- Monroe, M . Diane Monroe, Sandra .- ............. .. ..... Monschke, David Monsour, Garland ........... .. ................... Montgomery, Montgomery, Montgomery, Montgomery, Carrol Charles F. Lindalu .... McLaughlin, Juanita. ...... ...... 1 75, McLaughlin, Kaye ..... .........,., 4 75 McLean, Bruce M. ..... ............. 2 34 McLean, William ........... ..... 2 34, 442 McLemore, Ronnie .................... 281, 442 McLennan, Claire Ann ....... ............., 4 76 McLennan, Mary Lou ....................,... 418 McLeod, Mary Ann ......... ........ 2 12, 442 McLeod, Martsie ......... .....,...,,,, 4 76 McLeod, Ruth ................. .......,. 4 76 McLeod, Suzanne ................ ,,,.., 4 42 McMahan, Charles G. .... .,,..,.., 4 42 McMath, Bill .................... ..,.,,,,,,,,, 4 18 McMichael, Jerry ........ ..... 1 77, 442 McMillen, Cameron .... .,,,.,,,,,,,, 2 85 McMillion, Kathryn .... ..,,.,,.,, 4 76 McMinn, Janice ,.......,,,, .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 42 McMinn, Richard .........,......,,. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 413 McMullin, Robert ........ 249, 277, 342 McMurray, John D. ..............,,,,..,.,. 476 MCMurry, Raymond ....... -... ...... . 476 McNair, John ............. ,.,,. 4 76 McNatt, Thomas ..... .... 269 McNeill, Elliott .......,,..,.,. , ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 476 McNeill, M. Carolyn ...............,,...,... 395 McNutt, Mike .................... 63, 275, 418 McPherson, Nancy Jo ........... ...-. 217, 395 McPherson, Robert ..... ..,.,.,,,,.,,,,, 4 19 McRae, John .......... ,.,,,,,, 4 76 McRoberts, Carolyn .........................,,, 476 McShan, Bonnie ............... .. ...,..,,,.,,,,, 476 McSpadden, Jody ........ 206, 248, 252, 419 McSWeeney, Glenda ........,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 476 McVean, Karen DyAnn ..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 476 McWatters, Bill .............. ...... 2 99, 442 McWhorter, Joe ..........,., ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 84 McWilliams, Glenn .........,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, 419 McWilliams, Margaret .......,.,.,,,, , 257, 442 McWilliams, Richard T, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 395 Meador, Sarah ,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 ,,,,,,,,, 419 Meadows, Diane ........ J .... ,,,,, 4 43 Meadows, Dianne ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,-,- 4 45 Meadows, Mary Elaine ....... ,,,,,, 5 96 Means, Billie ..............,.,,., ,,,,,,,,, 4 77 Means, Patricia Elaine ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 96 Medford, Jeanette ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, - ,,-,--. 445 Medford, Louis Wayne ....... ....... 4 77 Medlin, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .-,.- 3 96 MCdl0Ck, Floyd .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, U ----.- 131 Meeker, Margaret Ann ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 77 Mehaffey, Judy .......,,.,,,,,, ,,,, -. ---.--- 2 57 MCiSSIlC1', Herbert Erwin .....,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 596 Meister, Lenora .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,---, 1 83 596 Melton, Darlene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 29 ' 396 MClt0H, Dwain ......,,.,, ,,,, ,,-,,------ 1 477 Menefee, Linda Kay --....'- .- --v---. Menefee, Roger ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, --.-.------'- 4 43 Menifee. James Thomas ..,,.,,,,,,, 241 477 Meredith, Linda ,,,,-,,----,. u -.---- 206, 396 Mefldlrh, .,' ,,,,,,,--,- vu ------.---- 3. 271 Meridith, Madeleine ..... ............. 4 43 Meridith, Van ........... .. ................. 369 Merrell, Betty ........... ...... 2 57 419 Merrick, Carolyn ..... ............... l 477 Merrill, Bob .............. .................. I 265 Merriman, Sue Ann ............ 230, 251 419 Merriman, Valerie -,,,-, --------,-...--.--- ' 443 Merriman, Walter ,,,,,, 277 443 Mmm, Mafyun ........... 261' 396 Meffltt, ,,,,,--'.--'----- .N ..-'-'---.-- -U.. Mershon, Sharon Ann ........... .......... 4 43 Mewshaw, Marilyn Lee ....... ...... 4 43 MCYCF, Jackie .................. .,,,, ,,,,,, 4 7 7 -1- .:sa:rz-4:n..vv.:-5,u-f.1-...:1-.,,..,-:,r.-.-.-nE, rr- - 1- Montgomery, Montgomery., Moody, Moon, Moon, Ronny Keith F. ........ . Bill ......... .. .......... .. ....... 302, 319, 89, 92, 147, suzanne"Q1f"'111f."'i85Q Duane ---- .............. ........ .. .... - -- Robert ..... .............. .. .,......... Moore, Allen ..--.. ....... .-..- Moore, Betty ......... -- ....... ..... . Moore, Billy Mac ..... ...... Moore, Bonnie ...... ...... Moore, Dianne ...... ...... Moore, Donna ..... ..... ., .-- Moore, Edward ..... .....- Moore, Frank ................ ...... Moore, Glenda .................... ...... Moore, James fCottonJ .... ...... Moore, Joan .................... ..... Moore, Jo Ann ........... .. ....... .......... Moore, Jo Mac ................... .. ................... Moore, Josa Laurene ............................ Moore, Margot ............ 208, 231, Moore, Mary ............. ........................ Moore, Nancy ...... ....... ......... Moore, Pershing ................ ...... Moore, Reba ................. Moore, Robert QBobJ W. ...... ......... . Moore, Rocky ....................... ............. Moore, Sam ................... ...... 2 81, Moore, Sharon ................. ............. Moore, Sharon Ann ........ ..,.......... Moore, Wayne ............. .....,.......... Moore, Wilson L. ............. ........ 1 74 Moores, Lou ................................ 251, Mooring, Donna ...........,................,,., Mooring, James Gilbert .................... More, Pat .................................... 187, Morgan, Arthur ................ ...,,....,.,. Morgan, Betsy ..... .......... Morgan, Cheri ...... ..... Morgan, Dale S. ..... ,,,,,,,,, , Morgan, Judy ................. ............ Morgan, Judy ,.............. ..........., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Morgan, Linda Darnell ....,,,,,,,,,,,, 203 Morgan, Melinda ............ ...,.,,,,,,,, Morgan, Robert ............. ,,,,,,,,, 269 419 477 419 396 419 419 443 396 283 316 419 477 419 419 383 477 320 477 419 477 419 419 222 316 419 443 443 477 477 477 477 419 477 477 477 477 477 419 477 338 477 443 478 .443 316 478 396 419 420 478 443 478 478 396 396 478 478 396 478 443 478 178 443 443 181 396 478 420 420 478 478 443 478 194. 420 280 420 478 478 420 478 445 185 596 443 478 445 zso 478 299 596 596 596 478 596 478 445 478 596 445 478 4zo 478 478 478 396 420 396 478 443 478 478 420 306 478 478 478 478 396 I fi Rodney G. .. ii. 'N I I 5, I ' 1 1, ,745 ,V PSX A. -1 .Xl "Xa ' ., iiixxi ., Jiikxf 'SX 1, , 5 ...NK , X 4 1- ' 5 ENR? ,, JNXQ FX? 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Moses, Melinda ........ ....... ....... Mosher, Molly M. .... ................... , Moss, Ellen ............ ..... 2 30, 261, Moss, Janet ....... .................... Moss, Jerry ...... ...... .... Moss, Lynda .......................... ..... Mosse, Gary ............................. .... Mote, Sharon ............................. ......, Mottet, Janice Elizabeth .........,....., Mottet, Jeannette .........................,..,.,, Mower, John ........ 238, 249, 267, Mozara, Steve ....................................... . Mrozinski, Valerie ................ 186, Mueller, Wayne ............. ..... 2 98, Mugg, Sarah .................... ......,,., Muller, Carolyn ................... ....... Mullins, Judy Karen ---- ...... Mullis, Dan L. ............... ,..... . Mumey, Zach ............. ...,.. Muncrief, Bob ............. .......... Munden, Dona Marie ..... 193, Munden, Joyce ............ . ......... . Munn, Nita ................ ........ Murdock, Marcia ..... ....... Murph, Anne ............ ....... Murphy, Michael ..... ....... Murphy, Patricia ........ .,......... Murphy, Thomas ...... ........ 2 77, Murr, Diane ............... ...................... Musgrove, James K. ............ 190, 244, Musick, James ......... ..................,. Muska, James ........ ....... 1 99, Myers, Judy ...... ..,....,......... Myers, Lynne ..... ...... 2 27, Myers, Sharon ............. .........,,,, Myers, Tommy ................ .,........ N Nale, Mary Alice ........... ,,,,.,, Nall, Becky ................. ,,,,,, Nance, Becky Jean ........... ,.,,,,, Nance, Suzanne ................,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Nash, Nancy ......... 2 ...,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Nash, Nancye .,,.,....... ,,,,,,, Nash, Patsy Ruth .... ,...,.,,.., Nass, Dianne ............. ,,,.,,,,.,,,,, Nation, Robert W. ..... ,,,,., 1 99, Nation, Tommy ..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, Nay, Gary .......... ,,,.,,, Nay, Leon ........., ,,,,,,,,,, Naylor, Robert : ...... .... 1 69, Neal, Jimmie ............. .,,,,,,,., Needham, Connie ..... Neely, Becky .......... Neely, Joe T. .......... . Neibauer, Nadine ........ Neill, Francey ,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,, Neill, John Marshall ....... Neill, Martha Anne ....... Nelle, Betty ,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Nelles, Nelms, Nelson, Nelson Nelson Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson Nelson, Nesbitt, Neuma Michele ......... Gerald W. Gordon ..... Jerry ......... J im ................ Marsha ..,........,,,,. Martha Ann Nancy ,..,,,,,,,,., Pat ............ , ,.,, Richard ......... Shari ........,,,, Warren ..... Kathleen ..... nn, Mary ........ Neumann, Ronald .... Nevels, Linda ......... Nevil, Michael .......... Newby, Kathy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, fIff"i55Q 111, 191, 259, 227, 236, 175, N ewby, Margaret Nell ...... ........,,, Newcom, Newkirk, Newkirk, Newman Newman Newman, Robert D. H. F. .......... . Mary ............ , James Ken ...... . Joy ................ Mollie ............... Newman , Newman, Newsom, Newsom Tommy .... Verlee ..... Mary ........ . Roy L. ...... . Newth, James ,,,,,,,,,,,, Newton , Newton , Neyland, Nichols Nichols Kenneth ...... Sandra ..... Janet ........ Charles ........ Jan ......... Nichols: Nichols, Nichols Nichols Mary ........... Melvin ....... , Nick .......,.,,,,,, Pola Beth ..... ffffff"i95Q"'i'92', "'1IQIf"2'55'f zoo, 47s 44-i 396 47s 444 420 478 420 444 478 396 444 226, 396 444 478 420 420 478 478 420 420 420 396 478 479 444 479 479 444 396 275 479 299 444 420 479 479 479 281 444 479 420 257 479 444 444 444 479 397 420 420 420 261 479 265 420 479 444 479 479 479 397 479 397 479 479 479 397 479 479 479 420 444 479 444 444 444 479 444 479 420 271 420 397 397 444 479 444 420 267 420 444 183 420 479 444 420 397 444 479 479 444 479 269 420 420 397 277 444 479 479 444 479 444 397 479 420 Parker, Parker, Gerald ...... ..... Jane ........ 283, 205 n Nichols, Shari ................. ,,.,,, 3 97 Nicholson, Merle Dean ,...... .... 1 .. 444 NiCli6lberry, Elnita, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- ---,---.- 2 06 Nickelson, Shonnie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, , 444 NQCOI. David ..............., 130, 233, 397 N1COSi1l, Ralph Timothy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 397 Ngelsen. Donna Christine ,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 444 Nyemeier, Janice .....,.. ,,,,,,., 1 67, 219, 397 Nl6Hd0rff, Suanne ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,-,----,- -.---- 4 79 Nilsson, Warren L, ,,,,, ,,,,.,-----,.,,..-.. 3 97 Nix, Sandra Jo ,,,,,,,,,, ,---.--'- 4 79 Nixon, Billy Joe ,,,,,, -----'-,---- 4 20 NiXon, Judith Marie ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 27 597 Noack, Charles ...,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,-, 2 77 Noah, Dale G, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 20 Noah, Sue ..,,,,,, ,,-,'---, 4 44 Noble, Jimmy .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 79 Nobles, Nancy ......,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 79 Noles, David ..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 71, 420 Noll, Georgia Faith ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 397 Noll, Jeanette .....,..,,..,,, ,,,,,, 1 05, 193 420 Norman, Arthur ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,---'--- 4 79 Norquest, Dixie ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 19, 420 Norris, Beverly ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-------.-,- 4 20 Norris, Jane Hartwell ,,,,, ,,,,,'.-- 3 97 Norris, Jay ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 271 Norris, Judy ......, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,---- 4 7 9 Norris. Kay ......... ...... 2 18, 444 Norris, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 71 Norris, Sue ...............,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 79 Northcutt, Aneta Joan ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 90, 397 Northwick, Charles ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, 3 97 Norton, Jamie ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 79 Norwood, Judy ...... ,.,,,,, 2 2, 261, 597 Notestien, Carol ...,, ' ,,,,,,,,,,,, 259, 444 Novak, Tony ,.....,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 33 Novotny, Suzanne .,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 44 Null, Fredna, ,.,,,,,,,, ,,,-,, 4 79 Nunn, Anna ....... ,,,,, 4 79 Nunn, Max .......,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 97 Nuttall, Suzanne ,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 44 O Oakes, Judy .......,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 51 Oates, David ........,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 20 Oates, William ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 20 Obregon, Roberto ......,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 333 O'Brien, Bill 124, 167, 169, 178, 204, 3 7 O'Brien, Deanna ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 424 O'Brien, Dian .......... ,,,,,,,,,, 4 79 O'Brien, Kiah ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 21 O'Brien, Pat .......,. ,,,,,, 2 32, 430 O'Connor, John ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 80 O'Dell, Bill ......... ,,,,,, 2 73, 397 O'Del1, ' Don .... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 21 Oden, Jackie ........... ,,,,,,,,, 4 80 Odom, Jim .................. ,,,,,, 4 44 Odom, Loy ......,............., ,,,,,, 3 97 Ogle, Virgie Elaine ........ ,,,,,,, 2 26 Olivares, Bernardina ,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 31 Oliver, Eunice Lenora ........ ,,,,,,, 4 44 Oliver, Kirven fPeteJ ..... ,,,,,, 3 97 Oliver, Neylene ...............,, ,,,,,, 4 44 Olson, Gail ............... ,,,,, 4 21 O'Malley, Susan ...... .,,., 4 80 O'Neill, Diana. ...... ,,,,,, 4 80 Ooley, Bill ................,, ,,,,,, 4 80 Orbeck, Joseph C, ..... ,,,,,, 4 44 Ordeneaux, Jay ...... ,,,,,, 3 97 O'Rear, Jane .... .,,,, 2 57 Orr. Judy ---.----... ....... 4 so Orton, Bill .... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 80 Ory. John ----------------.. ................ 2 73 Osborn, Ronny ..........,... .....,, 2 77, 421 Osowski, Donald J. ..... .......,,,,,, 4 21 Oswalt, Joyce ............. .,,,,,,,,, 4 45 Otero, Mary Beth ..... ,,.,,, 4 80 Otis, Stephan ....... ...........,......, 4 80 O'Toole, Maureen ..... ..............,,,,,,,,, 4 45 Ottman, Diana ....... ...... 1 72, 190, 597 Oujesky, Janie .............. .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 21 Overall, Sara .................... ........,...,.,, 3 97 Overby, Barbara ...........,,.,., ,,,,, 4 21 Overstreet, Leslie Ann .... ..... 4 80 Owen, David ...............,,, ,,.,, 4 80 Owen, Linda ................. ,,,,,, 4 21 Owen, Tommy ...... ,,,,,,, 4 45 Owens, Jerroll .......... ..,.. 4 21 Owens, Larry ................. ,,,,,, 4 45 Owens, Patricia Ann .........., ,,,,,,, 4 21 Owens, Suzy .............., ,. ,.,..,,, ,,,, 4 80 Owens, Wayne ........,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 80 Ozymy, Donna ................. .,,,., 5 97 P Pabst, John ....... ....... ....... 3 8 3 Pace, Anita .............. ..,.,, 4 80 Pace, Robert .............. ,,.,,,,,, 4 80 Padgett, Dan ................. .......,..,.. 4 21 Padgett, Morris N. ...... ....... 2 75 397 Page, Dora ................. ,.,,..,,,,,,. 4 80 Page, John S. ...... ............. 4 45 Page, Lynda ........ ...... 2 31, 480 Page, Rebecca ....... .....,...... 4 80 Page, Ronald T. ..... .......... 4 45 Palmer, Clo Ann ..... ....... 4 80 Palmer, Edwin ...... ..,,,, 3 83 Palmer, Johrrhy ...... ...... 2 83 Palmer, Sandra ...... .......................... 3 97 Panizzi, Sarah .................................... 480 Pappas, Betty Ann .... 191, 201, 230, 252, 397 Pappenfus, Sharon .... , ..................... -... 421 Parish, Lanny .................................... 445 Parker, Ellen ........ 180, 189, 209, 421 Parker, Elton Don ................................ 445 Parker, Everett .................................... 445 445 397 445 Parker, Kay .... Parker, Maryanna ..... ............. 4 21 Parker, Patsy ,.......... ........ 2 31, 480 Parker, Roger ...... .............. 1 85 Parker, Sandra ....,.. .,,.... 2 27, 397 Parker, Shirley ........... . 480 Parker, Terry ........, ,,,,,,,,.,,,, 4 80 Parkey, Barbara ...... ........ 1 68, 480 Parkman, Bobby ,...... ...... 2 83, 397 Parks, Andy ........,. ............. 4 80 Parks, Kay ......,.., ,,,,,,,,,, 4 80 Parma, Susan .,,.,. ,,,,,,, 4 80 Parrish, Bill ...... ...,.. 2 03 Parrish, Linda ...... ..,,,, 4 21 Parrish, Lonnie ........,... ,....,,,,, 4 80 Parsley, Billy .....,,,....,.,.,,,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 21 Parson, Nancy .,....,.........,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 597 Parsons, Margaret Kay ....,,...... 209, 445 Parsons, William Michael ......r....,.,,, 222 Partain, Charles .,......,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 21 Parten, George Jesse ........... ,,,,,,, 4 21 Pascher, Robert ,........... ...,,,, 4 80 Pate, Ted ..,............... ,,,,,, 2 71 Patrick, W. J, ......... ,,,,,, 3 97 Patterson, Alice .,....... ,,,,, 4 45 Patterson, Bettifaye ..... ,,,,,, 4 45 Patterson, Charlotte ...,, ,,,,,, 4 80 Patterson, Fonda ..... ,,,,,, 4 45 Patterson, Joan ............. .,,,,, 4 45 Patterson, Joe ....,..........,, ,,,,,, 2 71 Patterson, Judith Ann ....... ,,,,,, 4 45 Patterson, LaDell ,........ .,,,, 4 21 Patterson, Marvin ........................,.,,,.,, 480 Patterson, Patricia ...................,,,,,,,,, 445 Patterson, Patricia A. ............,..,,.,.,.,,..., 397 Patterson, Patti .... 112, 168, 230, 255, 445 Pattison, David .....................,.,,,,..,,, 445 Patton, Larry R. ..... .....,, 4 45 Patton, Neil E. ..... ....,., 4 21 Paul, Wayne ......... ,,,,,,,, 4 45 Pavelka, Nancy .....,... ,....., 4 80 Payne, Cholly Jo ........ ....... 4 80 Payne, David .............,,..... ,.,.,,, 4 21 Payne, Frank David ....... ..Q .... 421 Payne, Gary ................. ....,. 4 21 Payne, Jenny Ruth ........... .................. 4 45 Payne, Marsha .................................... 480 Payne, Melissa ........ 189, 219, 255, 397 Payne, Reba ........................................ 480 Payne, Sandra ...................... .............. 4 80 Payne, Sydney Virginia ....... ..... 2 05, 421 Paysse, Johnnie ................ .......... 4 21 Peacock, Sue ................ ' ...... 480 Pearce, Molly ...... ...... 3 97 Pearce, Philip ......... ...,... 4 21 Pearcy, Michael ..... ....... Pearson, Pollye ..... ....... Peck, Ben ................ ....... Peed, Joan .......... ....... Peel, Nancy ......... .,..... Peeples, Kent ......... .,..,.. Peery, Carol ................. .......... Pender, Pat ....................... .............. Pendergrass, Donald ............ ..... 2 06, Pendleton, David W. .... ........ . Pendleton, Sandra ........... Peninger, Ernest ........ Peninger, John ......... Penland, Claudia ............ Pennington, David E. Pennington, Joe ............ Penton, Vic ............. Peoples, David ......... Perdicaris, Patricia ....... 181, Perdue, Arlene ......... ............ 6 2, Perini, Tom .......... ........................ Perkins, Dena ....... ...... 1 68, 261, Perkins, Janis .................................... Perkins, Julia Ann ....... ..................... Perkins, Robert ...... ...................,,.. Perkison, Billy ..... .... 8 6, 238, Perry, J. Mark ..... .....................,.. Perryman, Ida ........ ..... 2 09, 252 Perryman, Judy ..... ............,........ Person, Diana ......... ....... ...... Peters, Phil .................... ................ Peterson, Harold W. ........ . Peterson, Toni Sue .................... 183, Pettit, Jim ................... ...... 1 45, 147, Pettit, John .......... .................... Pettus, Linda ...... ................. Petty, Christine ..... ........... Petty, Elsie ......... .............. Petty, Gary ..... ....... 2 71, Petty, Mark .......... .......... Petty, Maxine ............ ....... Peyton, Tom Joe ....... ........ Pfeil, Carolyn ,....... ....... Phelan, Rachael .... ....... Phelan, Robert .....,.. ........ Phelps, Isabel ..... ...... Phillips, Agnes ....... ........ Phillips, Bill R. ,.... ....... ...... . Phillips, Don ............ ..................... Phillips, Fletcher L. ........ 229, 235, Phillips, Harvey ..... ................. 2 . Phillips, James L. ........... ................. . Phillips, John B. ........................ 273, Phillips, Judy ........................................ Phillips, Larry ........ 114, 187, 214, Phillips, Larry Dean ........................... Phillips, Linda ................ ................. Phillips, Martha ..... ................. Phillips, Ray ......... ...........-........ Phillips, Ronald ...... . ....... 200, 231 Phillips, Sandra ...... .... .............. . Phillips, Susan ..... ...... 1 05, Phipps, Ann ......... ...... 2 11, Phipps, Rex A. ..... ............. . Piccola, Kathi ..... ........... M---. ..-:. 1... .....:.....:.....a .f.....-..--2 ,.,-:.:.......:,..,-.......-..a-- ..,... ...-..nf.u..f.... ,:......f ,-- .:e....4 1 ......, -M--. -...L-,. ...a .- . .-.ra-f,,.h .::.,z..a:.-. ......-12..a:4.-:2--+f-i-i-as- Q:-ue..--11124. 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Pinson, Duane .........,... ...... 3 98 Pinson, Virginia Ann .... ,,.... 4 46 Pipkin, Karol ................ ...... 2 19 Pirkle, Charlotte ...... ......... 4 81 Pirkle, Michael Jay ........ .............. 4 81 Pirkle, Mike .................. ....... 2 99, 301 Pitchford, Gloria ..... ................ 3 98 Pittman, Buddy .....,..,. ....... 3 19, 481 Pittman, Glenda ...... ....,....... 4 21 Pitts, Ann ................. ........... 3 83 Pitts, Gil .............. .......... 4 46 Pitts, Nita ....... ............. 4 81 Platt, Bobby ............... ....... 2 06, 421 Pleune, John R. ......... ................ 3 83 Pliler, Robert David ................ 178, 398 Pliler, Virginia .................. 248, 259, 421 Plumb, Cheryl ............. .................... 4 87 Plunkert, Jack ....... ............... 3 16 Pogo ...................... ............. 1 12 Poindexter, Jan ...... ................ 2 61 Pointer, June ........... ....... 1 76, 481 Polk, Diane .............. ............ Polk, Teddy Albert ..... ......... Pollock, Les ................. ............ Polson, Jeannie ............................ 173, Poison, Kenneth Allen .......... Pomeroy, Stan ................. ......... Pomykal, Dwain ............ ....... Ponce, Gilbert ...... Pond, Judith ...... ....... ................ Ponder, David ...... ............................... Ponthieu, Louis ........ 128 174, 382, Pool, John R. ...... .............................. . Pope, Gwen ..... ....... ................ Pope, Lou .............. ..... Pope, Nelson E. .. Porter, Barbara ...... ..... Porter, 'Benton ...... ..... Porter, Bill .......... ......... Porter, Carol ....... ............ Porter, Carolyn ....... ....... 1 11, Porter, Lynda ........ Porter, Mike .......... .......... Porter, Nancy ......... .......... Porter, Polly Ann ......... ................ Porter, Skipper .................. ....... 1 69, Porterfield, Glenn P. ..... ............... . Porterfield, Mary Lou ..... ....... 2 59, Potter, Anita ..................................,..... Potter, Carla ........................................ Potts, Don ............ 129, 200, 263, Pounds, Bobby .................................... Powell, Ann ........................................ Powell, Cornelia ..... ................. Powell, John ............. .................... Powell, Kathleen ...... ....................... Powell, Kaye ............ ...... 1 16, 257, Powell, Pat ................. .................... Powell, Ronald ............. ................ Powell, Warren A. ..... ........ . Powell, William R. .... ............ . Powers, Edwin ......... ..... 1 74, Powers, Glada ....... ......... Powersf John .......... ......... Powers, Wanda ...... ............. Prater, Larry ....... ................ Prather, Charles ..... ......... 2 35, Pratt, Clarence ...... ............ Pratt, Mary Ann ....... ...... 3 00, Presley, Charles ....... Pressly, Al .............. ......... Prewitt, Beverly .................................... Prewitt, Gerald W. ........................... . Pribble, Jon ........................ 147, 271, Price, Bob ........................ 295, 299, Price, Max ............................................ Primeaux, Sandra .... 89, 96, 212, 255, 405, Prindle, Jebby ....... .................. 1 86, Pringle, Gayle .......... ................. Pritchard, Norma ................................ Proctor, Starr .................................... Prohl, Emil Karl ..,. 114, 169, 187, 238, 340, 341, 342, Pruitt, Janet ................................,,,,,,, , Pruitt,'Suzanne ............ 177, 188, 201, Puckett, Ann ....................,...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Puckett, David Beal ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pugh, Rose ............... ,,,, Puhl, Mary Ann ..... ,,,,,, Punches, Gary C. ..... ,,,,,,,, , Purcell, Joyce .............,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Purvis, Nathan W. .... . Putnam, Buster ......... Putnam, Margaret .... -.,--7-..-----c--A..--xL.,,,.-.mm. -...-,--i-:- . . fffffmiiiif 195, 481 481 318 446 481 446 277 446 446 446 383 178 446 259 421 421 398 422 481 446 481 481 446 481 398 398 398 481 205 398 481 398 481 283 481 422 422 481 422 422 398 481 273 422 481 446 281 422 398 365 481 398 398 398 422 240, 422 481 446 446 481 214, 398 482 398 482 422 398 482 482 446 422 422 259 507 Q Ritchie, Barbara Qualls, James .1 .........-.--------------- ------------ Quenzer, Lynnaia .............---------------- Quick, Samie .............--.--- - 248, 255, Quick, Sharon Lee ..........-.-.-..----- ------ Quillin, Barbara ......---.-. -------- 2 57, Quinn, Shirley .......----------- ----------- R Raasch, Douglas .......-...- ----- 2 73, Rackley, Paula .......---. ----------- Radney, Robert .... ------ Rager, Ernest ....... ----------- Rahe, Kermit ....... --..----------- Raisback, James ...... ---- 1 71, Rainbolt, Mike ..... ----- 2 03. Rainey, David .... ---------- Rainey, Jerry ....... -------- Rains, Hazel ........ ----------- Rains, Judy ................- ---- 2 55, Rains, Ronald ........--------- ------------ Rainwater, Richard C. ....----..-- 277, Rakagis, Nick ............--.------------------------- Ralston, Judith Anne ........ 226, 251, Ramey, Julie.. ....................................... . Ramirez, Ramon, Ramsay, Ramsel, Ramsey, Ramsey, Ramsey, Randall, Randall Amilia .......... Evelyn ....... Dennis .............. ........... Sherry .............. Beth ................................ Diane .... 109, 115, 187, Leola .................................... Charles .......... Donna ....... Randolph, Becky ...... Raney, Linda ......... . Raney, Ronnie ........ Range, Larry ........... 195, 281, Rankin, Donna ....... ......................... ' ' 104 Rankin, Genie .......... ....... Ranton, Billy R. Rasberry, Billy ........ Rash, Mike ................ Ratcliff, John H. ..... . Ratliff, Charlotte- ...... Rau, Mary Ann .......... Rauschuber, Alfred ....... Rawlin s Maril n ...... , Judith Kay ..... S 1 Y Ray, Harry ....................... Ray, James .................................... Raynes, Dolores LaVerne , 257, .U 168, 198: Read, Barbara ................... ......,... Read, Dixie C. ............. . Read, Jan .................. Read, Robert ............... Reasoner, John L. ...... Reasoner, Norma ....... Reaves, George ........... Reaves, James Leslie ..... Red, Big .... E ................. Red, Seareatha ....... Reed, Earl ........ Reed, Joe ...... ' .. Reed, Joe Y. Reed, Nancy ......... Reep, Patricia ....... Reed, Regina .... Reese, Ann ..... Reese, Edwina ....... Reese, Jeri Lynn ...... Reese, Thomas ........... Reeves, Donald R. ........ . Reeve .QITIEIQ 189, 283, zoo s, Joyce LaJuan ....... ....., 2 55, Reeves, Robert ................. Reeves, Sidney Scott ........ ,,,,, 1 79, Rohrer, Reglin, Carol ................. ...,.,,. 1 66, Rehm, Vita ........,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,- Reid, Diane .... 29, 31, 227, 240, Reid, Mac ...................,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Reinertsen, Karen .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Reinle, Vickie ......... ,,,,, 1 72, Reiser, Lyndall ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,-, Reiter, Lu Ann ....... ,,,,,,,, Reitz, Eunice ....... ,,,, Remy, Sandra ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Renick, Bob ........,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rennie, William Robert .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Renshaw, Suzanne .... 168, 188, 225, 248, 253, Renshaw, Ted .... .......,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rentz, Brenda ...................,,..,,.,, 137, Ressel, Katherine ...........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Reuther, Alma Grace .... Reyes, Mary Lou .......... Scribner, 130, 172, 2 31 ....fff'2'5'5 '237""259" Reynolds, Clarece ....... Reynolds, Craig ....... Reynolds, Larry ....... Reynolds, Moyra .......... Reynolds, Phil K. ..... . Reynolds, Roberta ...... Reynolds, Sue ........ Rhodes, Anita ........ Rhodes, Judy ,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rhodes, Sonny ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rhoten, Donna ........ 172, Rhoten, Judy ...........,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rice, Jo Ann .......,,..,,,,,,,,,,, Rice, John ...................... Rice, Kathryn Ann ..... Rice Rice 1 , Kenneth ............... ff"'2'1'9',' 203 Susan ..........................,, ,,,.,,.,,,,, Rich, Franklin Delano .... Rich, James ............... 129, 167, 204 Richards, John Ed ............. Richardson, Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Richardson, Gary Thomas . 508 1 1 1 446 482 422 482 398 225 422 482 422 398 422 446 422 422 482 422 446 184 446 422 398 482 482 422 446 482 422 446 422 482 482 446 446 398 482 446 446 398 482 281 482 2 18 482 422 446 422 446 482 446 446 482 446 482 482 398 446 510 482 446 446 422 422 482 482 482 482 166 446 446 422 482 398 205 398 253, 398 482 446 446 482 422 446 446 482 482 230, 446 482 422 422 257, 398 447 482 482 229 482 398 482 447 398 482 447 422 482 482 265 422 447 482 178, 398 422 422 447 483 Richardson, Karla ........ Richardson, Martha L. Richardson, Sammye ...... 173, Richardson, Sandra .......... .... Richers, Charlotte Elise ........ ..... Richey, Dean ...................,,,..,............... Richey, W. D. ,,...............,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... . Richie, Sandra Kay ................................ Richman, Robert ........ 187 214, 231, Richmond, Kay ..,.......,.....,,,.,,,,,,.,,.,.,... Richter, Lynette .................,..,............... Richter, Terry W. ..... . Rickey, Nancy ......... Riddle, Bill ........ Riddle, Henry ...... Ridgway, Mary ....... Riegel, Ellen ....... Rieke, Don ........... Rigdon, Mary .......... Riggs, Peggy Sue ...... Riley, Donnetta .......... Riley, Mary ..................... Rinehart, William R. Riney, Nan ............... Ringgold, W. K. ........ . Rios, Ellis CSonnyJ ..... 253, Ripple, Roderick ,...... ...................... Rislov, Joy ..........,,..., ,,,,, Ritchie, Rivers, 198, 259, Rebecca ...... ....... ................ James .... ............... .... Roach, David .... .... Roach Roach Roan, Roark, Roark, 1 J Robbins, Robbins Robbins Roberds Roberso Ed ........ Nancy .... Paula ........... David R. ........ . Robert R. ..... . Jon Ed ..... , Robbie .......... , Therese ............ , Lanny ................. n, Charlotte B. Roberson, J. William .... Roberson, Wayne .......... Roberts, Roberts , Roberts, Roberts , Roberts Robertsi Roberts Roberts, Roberts Dawn Marie ................. Hank ................... John D. .......... . Lynda .......... Nancy ........ Roberts, Richard ...... Robertsz Roberts, Thomas ..... Tommy ...... Robertson, Barbara ..... Gay Nell ............................ . 146, Jerry ..................... Robertson Robertson Robertson Robertson Robertsoni Robichaux, Robinson Robinson, Robinson, Robinson Robinson , Robinson, Robinson, Rochner, Rocholl, 9 , Don .............. , John P. ..... . , Karen ...... Phil ............. Sue Carol ........ Bonita .............. Brenda .......... Bunny ........... Gary W. .... . Glenda ...... Joe ....... Ruby ...... John ....... Carole ...... Roddy, Beverly ..... Roddy, Curtis ....... Rodgers, Sharon ..... Rodri uez Al 8 , ------- Rodriguez, Eden ....... Rodriguez, Maria ...... Roemer, Dorothy ...-. Rogan, Rogers, Rogers Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers, Rogers , Rohde, Rohlfin Dick ........... Barbara ...... Brenda ....... Harlan .......... Janet ...........,,.. Janet Pamela ........ Joy .................. Larry ...,,....,,,,, Loretta ..... Michael ...... Susan ....... Margaret ......... g, Sue ................., Rohling, Pat ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rojas, Roller, Roller, Roller, Roman, Roose, Roper, Terry Linden ........ Guillermo .......... Bob ............... Fran Marie ...... Linda ........,...,,, Janie ........ Don .............. Billy Don ...... Rose, Ann ............... Rose, Jerry Kent ...... Roseberry, Jeanette ....... Rosebrough, Gail ......... Ross, Don W. Ross, George ........... Ross, Jerry ........,,,,,,,,,, Rosser, Edna ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rosson, Dorothy J. ..... . Rosson, Nicky ........... Roten, Ira Lynn ....... Roten, Jeanie .............. Rothrock, David ....... Rountree, Jo ........... Rousseau, Ann ....... Rowe, Rowe, Rowe, Rowe James Bertrum .................... 206, 265 271, M255 Noel-Louise ..... .........,, 261, 208, fffffff"i57Q 204, 269, James .......... ....,,,,,,, 1 98, Jimmy A. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Kathelyn ........ ........ , Linda ......... '2-3'1f"2'5'9Q 255, 150, 447 447 483 483 398 447 447 447 398 447 483 422 422 234 483 483 483 275 483 422 447 399 399 483 275 422 422 423 483 447 221 447 423 483 423 423 423 483 483 483 399 399 423 399 423 399 229 447 399 483 483 483 399 399 483 483 399 399 399 483 399 399 483 483 399 399 423 399 447 483 423 483 447 423 423 203 423 423 447 383 483 253 221 483 447 423 273 447 483 447 447 399 483 447 216 483 483 399 483 483 483 483 423 483 483 447 483 447 399 447 447 423 399 423 483 423 423 483 423 399 2'- Rowe, Ralph Wfayne ........ ..... 2 75, 399 Rowland, Charles ............ .......... 2 77 Rowland, Martha Ann ....... ....... 4 23 Rowlett, Lon .................... .......... 2 07 Roy, Gary .................... ............. 3 83 Royal, Ben Carter ...... ....... 2 81, 423 Royall, Jackie ........... ...... 2 27, 399 Royster, Lawrence .... ..........,.. 3 83 Rozelle, John ........ ...... 2 49, 269 Ruby, Marsha ...... ............ 4 83 Rudkin, Jack ............. .......... 4 83 Ruffing, Charles ........ .............. 4 83 Runner, Ronny ..... ................. 2 75 Rush, Merrily ....... .......... 2 37, 423 Rushing, Jerry ..... ........................ 2 73 Russek, Mary .......... .......... 1 83, 232 447 Russel, Mary K. ............................ 178 423 Russell, Brenda ........ 114, 215, 236, 423 Russell, Jay W. .................................... 483 Russell, Lee Ellen ................................ 483 Russell, Linda ......... .......... 3 99 Russell, Pat ......... ............. 3 99 Russell, Stephen ....... ....... 2 00, 483 Rutledge, Judy .... 208, ,484 Ryan. Billy ----------- ....... 2 99, 399 Ryan, Carolyn ............ .................... 4 84 Ryan, Janet ............................................ 484 Ryan, Shelley ........................ 175, 210 399 S Saldana, Lynda ............ ....... 4 84 Salinas, Norma ..... ....,,. 4 84 Sallee, Joe ................ ...,.,, 4 84 Salyer, Francine ............... ,,,,,,, 4 23 Samir, Eid .........................,. ,,,,,,,,,, 4 25 Sammons, Mike F. ...........................,..,, 484 Sanders, Charlotte Ruth ,,,,,,,, 253, 399 Sanders, Doris ................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 23 Sanders, Eugene ............ ,.,,,,,,,, 4 47 Sanders, Grace ...................., ,,,,,,,, 4 84 Sanders, Herschel Emmitt ..... ........,,, 4 23 Sanders, Linda ..................., ,,,, 1 94, 399 Sanders, Nita Kay .......... ,,,,,,,,,, 4 84 Sanders, Paula ............... ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 95 Sanders, Ray ..........,.....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 447 Sanders, Scherry Jean .........,,, 191, 447 Sanders, William Ray ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 32, 434 Sanderson, Jack ........,.,. ,,,,,,,,, 4 84 Sandoval, Bernardo ....... ,,,,,,, 4 84 Sangalli, Paul ............... ,,,,,,, 3 99 Santibanez, Carmen ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 84 Sapp, Bobby K. ....... ,,,,,,,,,, 3 99 Sapp, Mary Ellen ..... ..... 2 10, 399 Sargent, Genice ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 12, 477 Sartin, Tommy C, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 425 Sassanella, Thylis ........ 122, 170, 226 399 Satterfield. Lloyd Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 447 Sautter, Fred ...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 73 Savage, Carolyn .........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 84 Savage, James Edward .....,,,,,,,,,,,, .399 Savage, John .... 306, 303, 309, 312, 316, 317 Savage, Larry ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 23 Sawicki, Gail ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 84 Sawyer, Ann-Marie ..... ,,,, 2 16, 447 Sayers, Sandra ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.---- 4 84 Sayles, Mike ...,,,.., ,,,,-,- 2 73 Scaggs, Ronnie ,,,,,,,, --,---- 4 23 Scales, James D, ,,,,,,, ---.'--- 4 84 Scarlett, Maxwell ,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 84 Schadler, Helen ,,,,, -,---- 4 23 Schaefer, Walt ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 84 SCh2ilJle, Marvin ,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,--------- 4 23 Schattel, Emil ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 77 399 SCheible, Henry Walter ,,,,,, ,-'-------- 4 47 Schell, Victor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 84 Scherr, Fred ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 47 SChick, Susan ,,,,,,,, ------- 4 47 SChill, Gary .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,---- 4 47 Schimmel, Margret ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,------- 4 23 Schirato, James E, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 84 Schlittler, Libby .... 190, 227, 236, 251, SCl1lutC1', Donna, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ---,-------.---- Z Schluter, Tommy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, --.--.- 4 23 SChf1'13lStlCg, Linda Faye ,,,,,, ,,,,--, 4 84 Schmidt, Margaret Ann ,,,,,, -----'- 4 47 Schmidt, Sandra Kay ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,--- 4 84 gfllzmifsl, Salgndra ...........,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 23 C ner er, i1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,- Schneider, Lee ..... ..... .... 447 SChI1Cider, Terry ,,,,,,, ,----..---- SChl'1lfZluS, Elaine ,--,-,-.------ ---. 7 -- Schober, Dean ,,,,,,,-------.----- ---.--------. '--.-. SChO0le1', Jamie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. -------.---.- Sfhrempf, Charles William ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, I Schroeder, Sandra ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,--- Schulgen, Jim ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,- Schultz, Bill R, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 179: Schulze, Herbert W. .... . Schwartinsky, Pat ,,,,,,,, Schwartz, Glynnda, ,,,,,,,,,, Schweikert, Loyce Ann ,,,,,, 299, Schwettmann, Sandra, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, gcott, Bill ......,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,--,. Cort, Evelyn L'nee ........ 1 8 2 Scott, Jackie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,--- Scott, Janet Lee ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Scott, Linda ...,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Scott, Linda Sue .... ,,,,,, Scott, Marjorie ..... ,,,,,, Scott, Paula ............. ,,,,,, Scott, Robert M. .... ,,,,, , Scott, Sarah .......,,,,, ,,,,,-- Scott, Suzanne ........ Judith .... Scribner, XVendell .... Scrimshire, Hilda Scroggins, Bonnie .... Sff0l!l1lf1S, Jan ........ Scruggs, Pamela .... 277 447 484 484 399 423 447 423 399 399 484 484 447 447 281 399 484 484 447 484 448 484 484 484 484 423 448 448 399 4-18 484 Scurlock, Cheryl ........ Seals, Donna Jean ........ Sealy, Dan ..............-.. Seamster, Elgie ...... Searcey, Wayne ..... Sears, Carolyn ...... Seaton, Jon .......... Seay, Elaine ...... Seay, Laynette ..... Sechrist, Dixie ......... Seelig, Martha ...... Sego, Jane Ann ..... ........----..---------- Seider, Juanita ..... 448 448 448 338 200 484 235 484 448 423 484 448 484 Seigler, Linda ..... ........ 2 01, 227, 399 Selby, Nan ...... ....... 2 31, 251, 399 Self, Sheron ...... ............ 2 09, 399 Selk, Suzanne ..... ......... 2 34, 484 Sellers, Cecil ...... ............. 4 48 Selph, Ken ...... .......... 2 99 Senff, Tom .......... ...... 1 53 Senning, Sally ......... ....... 4 48 Sensenbach, Susan ..... ................. 4 48 Sessions, Jerry ...... ................... 4 00 Settle, Koma Sue ....... ...... 2 18, 219, 400 Severin, Agnes ...... ................. 4 00 Seward, Jeanne ..... ................ 4 00 Sewell, Betty ......... ...... 4 00 Shade, Vernon ........ ....... 4 84 Shafer, Kay ................ .......... 4 00 Shahan, Mike ................ ............. 2 77 Shamburger, Robert ..... ................ 4 84 Shank, Tommy .......... ....... 2 81, 448 Shankle, Julie ............ ............. 4 23 Shannon, Jamie ............ .......... 4 00 Shannon, Janelle Kay ....... ....... 4 23 Sharp, Joyce ........................................ 484 Sharp, Sondra .................................... 448 Sharp, Sue .... 172, 188, 197, 201, 226, 230, 259, 400 Shasteen, Wayne ................................ 484 Shaw Allie Mae ..... ................. 4 00 Shaw, Dicky .......... --.- .... 303 Shaw, Jerry .......... ............ 2 65 Shaw Kathryn ..... ................ 4 85 Shaw Kenneth ....... ....... 1 99, 485 Shaw, Martha ............... ...... 2 16, 485 Shaw, Sally ...................... ...... 2 51, 423 Shaw, Travis ........... .. ......... ............. 44 8 Sheffield, Wilbur ........................ 277, 423 Shell, Linda ............ ..... - .. ................... 485 Shelton, Beverly ..... ....... .. .......... .. ....... 4 85 Shelton, Billy ......... ...... .. .... - .......... ... 277 Shelton, Carol ......... - ......... .......... 4 48 Shelton, Nancy .................... ........ - -.- 485 Shelton, Shirley ........... - ....................... 400 Shelton, Vicki ........... ..-...---.. ......... 288, 485 Shepard, David .................................... 485 Shepelwich, Carolyn -..---.. 189, 217, 400 Sheppard, Arvester ........ , .................. -.-- 448 Sheppard, Ben H. .... 171, 202, 224, -448 Sherk, Thomas ............................ 267, 400 Sherman, William E. ........... .. ............... 424 Shields, Richard Thomas ... ....... .. ........ 448 Shipman, Gary ............... ..-.- 318, 319, 320 Shipman, R. Richard -......-..---. 198, 485 Shipp, Darlene .--..-..-.....-- 189, 209, 485 Shipp, Oscar Lynn .--...-.. ...... ..--.......-- 424 Shipp, Tina ......... ..... ..... ... .................. 485 Shipps, Brenda ........................................ 424 Shires, Roger ....... ...-..---.. .... ---..-.--...--- 269 Shirey, Jack ..... -...--.. .......... .. ,..... ....- 485 Shivers, Doris ....................... ...... ...... -.-. 485 Shock, Karl ...... -........... .... -..-.. 184 448 Sholry, Ed ........... - ........ -- ...... ---- 151, 229 Short, Betty ........ 191, 201, 253, 400 Shoults, Janelle ....... .. .............. .......-- 485 Shuford, Betty Grace ....... .. ...... .. ........... 424 Shuford, Tom ........... ---- 187, 242, 485 Shultz, Gary M. .--..--.......-- 281, 319, 424 Shumate, Carolyn .... .... .. .... .. ......... 4 85 Sickler, Barbara ..... ........................ 4 85 Siebert, Sue ............. .............. .......... 4 8 5 Siegrist, Susan ............... .. ................... 448 Sier, Barbara ................... .. ...... -.. ....... 448 Sigler, Sondra ........... ........... ............. ,.--. 448 Simmons, Jerri .....--.. .......... .. ...... .. ...... . 485 Simmons, Mary ...... .. ...... ..--......--- 233, 448 Simmons, Sharon ...... 251, 448 Simmons, Tracy ....... .. .......... .. 448 Simons, James Kirk ....... .......... 4 48 Simpson, Andy ....... .. ...... .... -,..-. 485 Simpson, Elizabeth ................................ 448 Simpson, Nancy ........... .. ...... .. ........... 400 Simpson, Wilford W. ............ 199, 400 Sims, Ann ............... .. ...... ,. ...,.,..,.,,,,,,,,, 435 Sims, Barbara ....................... - ...... .. ....... 485 Sims, Leon ....................... ..-... ............... 485 Sims, Pat .............................,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 435 Sims, Sara Frances .... 167, 170, 201, 217, 227, 400 Sittel, Bob ............... .. ................,,.....,,,,,,,, 269 Sitton, Ann ....................... ,,,,,,, 4 48 Sitton, Frank ...... ....- .....,.,,, ,,, ,,,,,,, 435 Skelton, Janice ...... ..,,,.,,,,,,, 2 57 Skelton, Sandy ....... .....,, 2 77, 424 Skiles, Lucy ......... .. ..... 223, 424 Skinner, Sandra ......... .....,,.,,,, 4 85 Skubas, Mary Jane ....... .............. 4 00 Slack, Victor ............. ...,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 4 85 Slaton, Mae ......... ,.,,,..,,,,, 2 17, 400 Slaughter, Jerry ..... ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 0 0 Sloan, Ronald ....... ...... 1 15, 187, 400 Slone, Joe L. ......... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 4 3 Sluder, Garry ............ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 3 5 Small, Donald J. .... ....., 4 85 Smallwood, Tommy .... ,,,,,, 4 85 Smart, David L. ..... ,,,,,,,,,, 4 00 Smiley, Brenda ..... .,,,, 2 59, 448 Smith, Adelle ........... ,,,,,,,,,, 2 55, 400 Smith, Barbara Ann ............ 236, 255. 400 ui-1 486 424 Xxx 1 .T"x,x Q xp.,-K, fx, , '15, 3 3 - in ., ,X-, 55 4- .S Q3 . 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Smith, Gay --------- -N---- 1 45 Smith, Gene ...---.---- --------..-- Smith, Ginger ............ ............. Smith, Hal Z. -.--------------- -------- 1 98, Smith, Homer V. .................... 231, Smith, James Donald ...... .............. Smith, Jan -----------------------------------------,-- Smith, Janet -.-.--.--.---------------------- 236, Smith, Janis ........ 168, 225 237, 261 Smith, Jean Van -------------------------------- Smith, Jerre ............--------- - --.---..-..-. . Smith, Jerry Leslie ....... ...... 2 03 Smith, Jerry Lynn .... Smith, Joan ..............-. Smith, Joseph Lee Smith, Joy ....-.w--.------ Smith, Judy ......... Smith, Judy Faye ..... Smith, Ken ........., Smith, Kermit ..... Smith, Larry ........... 259, Mack- ......... ............................ 176, Smith, Linda R. .... . Smith, Smith, Marcia ................ Smith, Smith, Smith, 191, Margery .................................... Mary Joyce .... Maud ............ Smith, Nancy ............ Smith, Patricia ............ Smith, Patricia Lee ....... Smith, R'Dean ............ Smith, Rita Marie ....... Smth, Robert Lee ...... C Smith, Robert T. .... . Smith, Ronny ............ Smith, Sammie L. .... . Smith, Sandra ........ IIQQQ"'i5E2i Smith, Sandy ........ ...... 2 51, Smith, Sterling ..... .............. Smith, Stewart ............ .......... Smith, Susie ...................... ............... Smith, William E. ............... ...... 2 69 Smith, William Frank ...... ..........- Smithers Shirle .......... , y -------------- 1 Smithey, Grady Woodard Smoot, Carolyn ............... . Smotherman, Joyce ...... Snelling, Paula ........ Snider, Anna ......... 269 180, Snider, Ronald .... ................. 2 67, shew, eine ....................................... ..... Snow, Jim D. ....................................... . Snow, Nicholas Joseph CJoeJ ............ Sonnenburg, Sylvia ...................... ...... Sorensen, Elna ........... 197, Sorenson, Jane Annette .... .... 1 76, Sorlie, Jon ....................... .......... Sorrell, Jerry ............... ....... ....... Sorrell, Joy ,..,,,.,,..,.... ......................... Sorrell, Pat ........................ 197, 251, Southworth, James ....... ...................... Sowell, Charles ....,... .................. Sowell, Sharon .............. ............... Spain, Linda ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,, ................. Spain, Rebecca Lynn ............ 226, Spann, Claude Eugene ...... .........,.... Spann, Donald ............... ,......... Spann, Sue ...............,... ....... ....... Sparks, Elaine ........ ......,............... Sparks Kay ........ ..... 2 61, 288, Spearman, Jo ......... Speck, Linda Sue ..... Spelce, Mary ................ Spellings, Richard .... Beverly Spence, Spencer, Dennis 237, Spencer, Gayle ,.,,........ Spencer, Nancy ,,,,.,..,,..... Spencer, Robert Earl ...... Sperry, Suzanna ........... Spier, Lynn ............... Spina, Carol ........ Spitler, Charles .... S lawn Paula 168, 172 P , 5 SPlittS, Patricia ..,.............,,.................. Spradley, Jimmy Charle S "'EE""255' Sprague, Nita ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , SPIHY. Geney .................... ......... 1 87, Springer, Mary Lou . Spfuiell, cindy ......... ffm Spurgin, Billy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Squire, Arnold .,,.,,,.,,,,,,, SQUYICS, John David ...... Sfadi, Judy Ann ........... SMCY, Martin ......... Stalcup, Sandra ........ Stallings, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,, Stam s Sue 2 10, 236, P, ................................ 255, Stancliff, C. Robert . S13-Udeffel' Nina Jeannmn-mm-Mmmm 9 ....... ,......,.,eri, e.. .HW- - - -ne, :...,.........-.- 485 -ion 485 299 400 485 269 271 485 485 424 400 273 400 287 448 200 205 400 383 147 448 485 400 424 485 485 485 448 485 2 10 424 424 486 448 448 448 400 269 424 448 486 265 424 400 448 486 448 400 400 486 424 486 400 448 400 486 424 222 271 424 424 486 486 424 400 209 255 486 424 448 448 486 486 400 448 486 400 400 486 449 449 400 424 401 486 486 424 401 401 253 486 449 486 424 486 486 424 486 449 449 424 486 486 401 486 486 424 486 449 449 424 281 486 ,424 401 424 486 Stnnfield, Dorothy ............................ 401 Stanfield, James Nick .... 90, 238, 277, Stanfield, Ivlark ,,,,,,,,,,, -.--..---,---- Stanford, Glenda ,,,,,,, ------- 4 86 Stanford, Tommy ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 69 Stanley, XV. A, ,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 71 Stanley, Wfelber ..,..,,...,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 98 STZIPP, Tanya ....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 24 Starkey, A. Maribeth ,,..,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,, 4 86 Srurnes, Betty Carol fKayJ .,,,,,,,,.,.,,,, 449 Starnes, James ..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 281, 486 St. Clair, Sharon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 49 Steadham, Glynda ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 86 Steadman, Hunter .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 271 Steed, Sandra .,,........,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 436 Steele, L. D. ..,......,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 132 436 Steele, Marilyn .... 182, 188, 194, 229, 401 Steely. Anne ................................ 225, 449 Steen, Michael ..............,,..,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 449 Stegall, Nancy Ann .... 226, 253, 424 Stein, Charlotte ................,..,..,..... 253, 449 Stein, Margaret .............................,,.,,,, 486 Steinman, Donna Rose ...... ........ 4 86 Stephens, Charles ........... ....... 4 86 Stephens, Dawn .,,..,.. ,,,,,, 4 86 Stephens, Jannette ....... ...... 4 24 Stephens, Ronald .,.. ....... 4 49 Stephens, Susan ........... ........... 4 86 Stephenson, Janice .......... ......... 3 .... 4 86 Stephenson, Nancy .................... 88, 101 Stephenson, Stephanie ............ 261, 424 Sterling, Billy Pat .......... ............. 4 86 Stevens, Bobby .............. ............ 1 85 Stevens, Gayle ........... ........ 4 86 Stevens, Mary Jane ...... ........ 4 86 Stewart, Bonnie ........ ....... 4 24 Stewart, Carolyn ....... ........ 4 86 Stewart, George ........ .......... 4 86 Stewart, Jerry ............... ............. 4 87 Stewart, Johnnie E ....... ....... 1 84, 242 Stewart, Linda ............. ........ 25 9, 401 Stewart, Mary M. ....................,....... 424 Stewart, Reuben Dal ........................... 401 Stewart, William F. ........ 198, 277, 401 Stiles, Brenda ............ .................... 4 87 Stiles, Carl Anthony ....... ................. 4 87 Stiles, Harriet ............ ............. 4 49 Stiles, June ............... .... ....... 2 1 3, 449 Stine, Paula ............ ........... ...... 2 5 1 449 449 Stinson, Barbara ........ 253 Stinson, H. C. ........ --------- - Stinson, James ................ ...........- St, John, Geraldine ........ ..... 1 93, Stockton, Ann ................ .--------- Stockton, Charles W. .....- ------- - Stockton, James D. Stockton, Roberta .... ....... Stokes, Lynn ......... 487 263 487 487 487 487 449 449 Swift, Kathy ......... .... 2 23, 259, 401 Swindler, Don .......... ...,,.,....,,.......... 4 49 Sword, Carol ................. ........ ......... 4 8 8 Syptak, Andy .................... ...... 2 72 T Tabor, Kenneth Wayne .... ......... 4 88 Tadasa, Kay Ko ............. .,.,...,.... 4 01 Tadlock, David Eugene ,..,.....,,..... 449 Taliaferro, Lee H. ....... ...... 2 00, 425 Tallant, Barbara ........ ..,... 2 88, 488 Talley, Joe ................. ............. 4 O1 Talley, John .,,................. ,,,,,,,,,, 2 69 Talmage, J. David ..... ............ 2 20 Tanner, Charles E. ...........,....,... 271, 401 Tantillo, Victor C. ....,....,,..,,,............,,,, 488 Tappin, Anthony Edwin tTonyJ .... 488 Taquino, Raney ....................,,..,,,,,,,,,,,. 275 Tarrance, Les ..... .,..,,.,, 2 34, 488 Tarrant, Bill .,........ ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 88 Tarrant, Roland ..... ......... 2 72 Tarver, Jim ..........,,, ,,,,,, 2 67 Tarvin, Charlsie ..,.. ,,,,,, 4 49 Tarvin, Karon ...... ,.,,,, 4 88 Tate, Bill ........... ,,,,,,,, 4 25 Tate, Johnny .......... ,,,.,,,,,,,, 4 25 Tatum, Mary .............. ....... 1 87 488 Taulman, Derek ...... .... 1 80, 488 Taulman, Joanna ...... ...........,,,.,,,,,,., 4 O1 Tayloe, John .......................,.... 281, 425 Taylor, Betty Ruth .... 189, 208, 212, 257 425 Taylor, Bobby Ray ....... .......... 2 31, 401 Taylor Brent .................,.., ' ,,.,..,,.... 488 Taylor, Cecil Ernest ......... ............ 4 88 Taylor, Cecilia Janettie ..... .... 3 1, 425 Taylor, Charles L. ........, ............... 4 49 Taylor, Charlotte .......... ...... 2 31, 488 Taylor, Dave ............. ,,,,.,,,,,,. 4 88 Taylor, Delretha ......... ,.: ,,,,,,, , Taylor, Frances M. ...... ...... 1 76, Taylor Gail .............. .......,,,,. Taylor: Hoyt ........... 401 401 425 198, 488 269 449 425 Stoll, Patricia ..... ------- 4 24 Stone, Carol ..... ------ 4 37 Stone, Cindy ............ ------- 4 87 Stone, Margaret ........... ------- 4 24 Stone, Sandra Gayle ....... -.----- 4 87 Stoppi, Robbie ............... ----------- 4 87 Storey, Janie ......... ------------- 4 37 Storms, Jimmy .... .-.--- 2 69, 449 Story, Sandra ...... ---------------- 4 37 Stote, Fred ......... ---- 2 71, 424 Stovall, Gaines ..... ---.---.--------- 2 99 Stovall, Gerald ........ --------------------- 4 01 Stover, Henry L. .-------------------------- ----- 4 01 Strader, Edward N. .---.------- 62 174 383 Strain, Kaye ............--. ---------------------- 4 87 Strain, Mary Lou .............-------------- ----- 4 01 Strambland, Paul .---------------- --------------- 1 93 Stranahan, Martha .... 125, 170, 201, 237, 259, 401 Strasheim, Loredana ....-.----------------- ----- 4 37 Street, Gloria LaVonne ------ ------- 4 01- Street, Mary Eliese .....----- -------- 4 49 Streit, Evelyn Joyce ------- ------- 4 87 Strickel, Ray ..------------ ----- ------ 2 6 5 Strickland, Caroline ....... ------- 4 24 Strickland, Susan .------- ------ 4 87 Stricklin, C. B- -------- --------- - Stricklin, Judy .....--- --------------- Strnad, Judy ..... ----- 6 5, Stroleny, Ann ..... Strother, Nelda ----- ---------- Stroud, Sharon ..... 203 487 487 487 449 401 St-rube, Jackie ....... ------- 1 99- Stuart, Bill .....------------- ------- 2 72 v Stuart, J . B. ------------------- ------------- - Stueber, Ann Louise ....... Sturm, Clarence ........... Suckle, Richard ........ 401 401 401 449 449 487 487 267 487 Sudela, Fran-k ----------------- -------------------- - -- Sullivan, Bill. ------------- ----------------------- Sullivan, Francine .....---.----- ----------------- - Sullivant, Larry ...- 61. 62. 281. 299, Summerlin, Barbara Carol ........ 188 401 Summers, Carolyn S116 ---------- ----------- 4 49 Summers, Herbert ----------------- --------------- 4 87 Sunderman, ChriS --------------- -----------'-e--- 4 01 Supjna, Edward ............ 263, 299, 424 Sutton, George B. --------------- ----------------- 4 25 Sutton, jerrel ----------------- -------------- --------- 4 8 7 Svehlak, Lawrence ..-------- ---------------- ------ 2 9 9 Swaney, John ........ 61, 186, 224, 401 Swanholm, David -------------- ------------------ 4 49 Swann, Gregg ------------ --------------------- ---'--- 2 3 4 Swanson, James -------- -------------- 4 87 Swnazy, Eddy ----- ----------------- 4 25 Sweeney, Mike ..-.-- ------------------ 2 99, 401 Swenson, Barbara --------------- ----------------- 4 37 Swenson, Carol ........ 168. 225. 261 449 Swift, James ..... .------------ ------------------ 4 8 8 Taylor, Hugh .,.,., ,,.,,,,,,,,, Taylor, Janice .......... ....... ,............... Taylor, Jerry Don .........,...................... Taylor, Jim ................ 61, 62, 238, 425 Taylor, John Raymond .... 62, 126, 203, 207, 234, 401 Taylor, Joyce ................ ......... 2 35, 401 Taylor, Kay ....... ...,.,.,,,,.,,, 4 88 Taylor, Ollin .......... .......,.... 4 25 Taylor, Phillip .......... ...,.........., 4 49 Taylor, Raymond ..... .... 2 99, 449 Taylor, Richard ...... ........,,.. 4 88 Taylor, Rodger ........ ...... 2 83, 449 Taylor, Roy, ....... ....,..,,,. 4 25 Taylor, Sandra ...... ......... 4 88 Taylor, Sandy ...... ......... 4 88 Taylor, Sue ..................... ................ 2 06 Taylor, Terry C. ............... ...... 1 92, 401 Taylor, Tommy .................... ............ 2 72 Taylor, William David ..... ........ 4 01 Teague, Harold ................. ..... 4 88 Teague, Richard .......... L.. ...... 401 Teal, James .............. ..... 4 88 Teddlie, John ............. ......... 4 25 Teddlie, M. Leon ......... ............ 3 83 Tedford, George H. .... ..... 2 29, 488 Tefteller, George ............. ............ 4 88 Telfair, Raymond Clark ............ 222, 401 Temples, Jerry .................................... 449 Teplow, Nancy .................................... 449 Termaath, Valerie Ann .... 175, 226, 253, 401 Terrancina, Mary Lou ........................ 488 Terrell, James ................. ...... 2 22 Terrell, Tom .............. ........ 1 73 Terry, John .................. ........... 2 02 Terry, Sandra ..................... ..... ........... 488 Tester, Ronald Lewis ....... ...... 1 82, 401 Tetens, Laura Lee ......... ................ 4 49 Teutsch, Tucker ...... 271, 449 Tharp, Betty Louise ...... ....... 2 16, 425 Thener, Bill .............. ........... 4 88 Thetford, Alan Ray ..... ............ 3 83 Thetford, Dorothy ........ ......... 2 09, 401 Thigpen, David .......... ....................... 4 01 Thomas, Cindy ................ 240, 261, 425 Thomas, Dianne ........................... 450 Thomas, Gayle Ann ..... ........ 4 88 Thomas, Jane .............. ....... 4 25 Thomas, John ................. ........... 4 50 Thomas, John Bruce ................... 383 Thomas, John Freddy ............................ 488 Thomas, Larry .................... 277, 299, 450 Thomas, Priscilla .... 167, 201, 261, 401 Thomas, Reba Sue ............................ 488 Thomas, Rosemary ........ 227, 253, 401 Thomas, Ruby Jane ................... - ....... 488 Thomas, Sue Ellen ..... .................... 4 50 Thomas, XValter ....... 178, 204 Thomason, John ................................ 271 Thompson, Beverly ............................ 253 Thompson, Cindy .... 36, 88, 90, 100, 240, 253, 405 Thompson, David H. ........................ 425 Thompson, Dennis .................... ......... 4 88 Thompson, Dennis Lynn .................... 488 Thompson, Evelyn Joyce .................... 488 Thompson, Harold ................ 277, 425 Thompson, Helen ........................... 2... 450 Thompson, Janet .................... 61, 63, 488 Thompson, Joan ........ 168, 225, 255, 450 Thompson, Jo Carolyn ........ 213, 227, 425 Thompson, Linda Kay ................ 288, 488 Thompson, Mary Ann ........... - ........... 383 Thompson, Mary Dell ..... ..... 4 88 Thompson, Michael T. .... ..... 4 50 Thompson, Paula Kay --.L -... 450 Thompson, Phyl .......... 488 Tunnell, David ...... Tunnell, Larry ......... Tunnell, Sharon ......... Thompson, Ray ................... ...... 4 50 Thompson, Sara Nan ....... ...... 4 25 Thomson, Bob ................... ------- 3 38 Thornhill, Earl H. ........... ------- 4 83 Thornton, Betty ................... ------ 2 86 Thornton, Robert Leslie ....... ...... 4 25 Thrash, Judy ....................... ...... 4 50 Thrasher, Gail .................... ......... 3 83 Threadgill, Charles ................................ 450 Throckmorton, Phyllis Ann .... 261, 450 Thrower, Jim .................................... 425 Thurman, C. Ann ................................ 489 Tice, Judy .................. ....... 2 57 450 Tidwell, Susan ......... ............. 4 89 Till, Mary Beth ............... ................. 4 89 Tiller, Jim .................................,.. 269 402 Tillerson, Charles Wayne ........ 204 425 Tilley, Paul ........................... ............. 2 77 Tillmon, Sherrill ............... ........ 4 89 Timmons, Joy ........, ...,,. 4 89 Tinsley, Marcia ......... ................... 4 25 Tinsley, Talmadge .....................,...... 402 Tipton, Barbara ................ 209, 212, 402 Tirey, Grover Edgar ........................,.. 425 Tisdale, Bob .................... .............,....... 4 89 Tisdale, Toby ............. .,..........,.,. 4 50 Titsworth, Melissa ...... ........ 2 18 450 Titus, Jill ....... , ....,, ....,...,.,, 4 50 Tlucek, Nancy ..... .,.,,.,,., 4 89 Todd, Gus ....... .,.,. 2 77 Todd, Jane .............. ..,,., 4 89 Todd, Sharon ............. ,,,,,, 4 89 Toler, Glenda ........,....,.. ..,.,, 4 25 Tolliver, Donald H. .... ...... 4 02 Tomberlin, Barney R. ......... 425 Tomlin, Diana ...........,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 89 Tompkins, Iam Jo ....... ...... 1 77, 402 Tonto ......................................,.,. ,....,,,,.,,,, 4 42 Topletz, Dennis ......................,.....,....,,. 450' Torbett, Oscar Lee fSonnyJ .... 288, 489 Torrence, Mary .....,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 172, 402 Towery, Sharon .......,...,....,,,.,,,, 209, 489 Townley, Gwen ............,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 89 Townsend, Barbara Jo ..............,.,,,..... 450 Townsend, Lynn fPennyJ .... 188, 227, 253, 425 Trapp. Terry ....................... .............. 4 89 Travelstead, Betty ..... ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 89 Travis, Dennis ........ .,.......,,,, 2 72, 439 Travis, Susan ...... .....,, 1 33, 205, 402 Trayler, Nelda ....... ...,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 4 25 Traylor, Bobby ....... ,,,.,,,,., 2 oo, 402 Trent, Jim B. ,.,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 50 Trevino, Neannie ...,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 89 Trible, Vicki ........,. ,,,,, 4 25 Trickey, Tim ...... ,,,,, 4 50 Trinkle, Jamie ,,,,,. ,,,,,, 4 50 Tripp, David ...... ,,,,, 4 25 Tritton, David ...........,, ,,,,,, 4 89 Troth, Curtis ..,.,..,...,,, ,,,, 4 25 Trott, Linda Carolyn ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 25 Trotti, Sara ......,...,.,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 61 Troyer, Joan ........,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 94 Truitt, Jack ...... ,,,,,, 2 99 Truitt, Larry ....... ,,,,, 4 02 Truman, Tim ...... 450 Truxal, Paula ...... 450 Truxel, Bette Jo ......... 425 Tuck, Mike ...........,,,,,,,,,, 136 Tucker, Dee Allan ........ 220 Tucker, Dwayne ...... 450 Tucker, Jeanelle ..... 219 Tucker, Joe W. ..... 425 Tucker, John .......... 425 Tucker, L. H. .......... 277 Tucker, LeRoy .,.,,,,,,,,,,, 489 Tucker, William T, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 425 Tuckey, Elizabeth ........,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 439 Tuckfield, Fran ........ 191, 226, 251 402 Tulk, Richard Earl ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 50 Tullos, Mo ,.,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,- 1 98 402 182 489 425 425 Tunnell, Teddy B. ....... . Turano, James ..........,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Turbeville, Glendon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -- Turbeville, Lester Pearl ,,,,,,,,,,,, 226, Turnbo, Charles .......,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Turner, Carol Sue .,,.,, ,,,,,,,, Turner, C. L. ..,.....,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Turner, David P. .... ,...,,,,, 2 75, Turner, Don ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 71, Turner, Lana ...,.,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 68, 225 Turner, Larry ,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--- ' Turner, Linda Lois ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,,,,-,,.- Turner, Michele ,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 31, 255 Turner, Mike ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 2 8 1 ' Turner, Tommy ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,--.-.- - Turrentine, Lynda ,.. ..-- .-.-,ee .:..- e.... -r......-f,1-- .:e1.....e, ...l.,,,...-11.-,,.., . , ,,,,, ,,,4g, ,if4Li..-.4k5.L3q - 3:-e:ag.., r f' - - -Y ' -r Tuttle, Jane ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,, Tweed, Nancy Jo ,,,,, ,-,,.-- Z5-Womey, Barbara ,,,,,, ,--.-,-..--- Yner. Gary .............. ..... ...,,, 2 6 Tyson, Vernard .,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,.,,--- ' U Udstuen, James .,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,-,,,,------- U Ulbrich, Dea ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, -'----- 1 90 Ulmer, Wayne ..,,,,,, ,,,,.- 2 94, Umphress, Jeri-ye ,,,,, Underwood, Stacy ...... Unger, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Uselton, Michael T. Usher, . Bettye ........., V Vacek, Robert fBobJ Valdez, Irene R. ...... . Valtr, James Robert ...:.,---4-43.5-1-ne.--...i.... ' ...fmiiif 489 425 402 271 177 489 425 425 450 489 425 450 425 450 173 489 450 489 450 489 450 402 299 489 450 489 489 426 402 426 489 509 l Van 'Arsdall, Pat ....----------------- C Richard David Van e, 3---5 ---------------- 5 ----------- Vanderwater, William ........ Van Hoose, M. J. -.---4------------------------- - Van Meter, Allan ..............--....- ------- Van Meter, Shirley ....... Vann, Jerry Ann ......... Van Van Van Van Ness, Ronnie .......... Orden, Jane .............. Zandt, James C. Zanten, Elizabeth . Vanzura, Ronnie .......------------------------ ----- Varley, Nancy ............ 189 253 Varnell, Lynda ............------ Varner, Robert .............--. Vaughan, Sandra ...... Vaughn, Walter L. Vaupel, Virginia ...... Veldman, Martha ...,....... 1ffu219Q 227, , 212 , 2o0, 7u72EiQ Ventimiglia, Tony .................. Vermillion, Ronald Lee ...... Vest, Don .....-----.---- ---------- Vest, Marie ........................ wzesna, cnuvia ........ ......................... Veteto, Bobby ....-.- ------ 113, 187, Vicinaiz, Jesus . .......... ...............-...... Vick, Dormer ............... Vickers, Don ................... Viesca, Marcelino A. Villarreal, L. V. Vines, Don ....... ..... Vines, Grover ..... .................. ...... Vinson, Nancy ................... Vinson, Phil ............ 113, Wade 1577212 Vinyard, Phillip Visage, Judy ............................. ..... - Vise, Vise, Barbara Jean ...... Sharon ..................... Visentine, David ............. Vitanza, Frances Anne .... Vitanza, Victor ............... Voich, Patricia ........... Volcik, Loyce ........ ..... Voss, Vyner, Waco, Wade, s Anne ........................ Rodney ............... James ............... Linda ..... Wade, Ralph .... Wade, Wadley, Linda ........ Waggoner, Bascom ...... Waggoner, Diane ...... Wagner, Carol ........ Wayne ...... Wagner, Dave .............. Wagner, Mary .................. 1217171592 zoo Jeffrey L. ........................ , YXf 271, 195, Wagnon, Barbara ................................ Wagonseller, Roulene ........................ Waite, Marrly M. ............ . Wallis, Walden, Mary .................... Walden, Randa ....... ...................... Waldman, Evelynn ...... Waldon, Jerry H. Wald ri F ddie P. - ---- - Waldrop, John ........... Waldrop, Buford D. ..... . Waldrup, Jimmy .......... Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walkeri Wall , J Wallace, Wallace, Wallace, Wallace, Waller, Walling, s 2 Dale ............... Dianne .............. Frank .................. Fred William ..... , John Robert ......... Martha Kay ...... , Mike ................. , Robert ........... , Sharon ........ Ted .................. William G. ..... . ack ................. Judy Ann ...... Judy Lynn ...,.. Luther .......... Sharon ....... William ....... James ....... Gwen .... Winn, Rex ............,,,.,,,,,, Walls, Arla . ............... 219, ss, 102, ffn22iQ 281, 327272, 175 Walls, Marti ................. ........,............... Walsworth , David ............ 244 168 229 Walters, Barbara ................ , , Walters, Glenn .................................... Walters, Jim ........................................ Walters, Suzanne Adair ............ 195, Walton, Bob ...................... ........... Walton, Bob .................. ........ Walton, Carolyn .......... ..--------- Walton, Robert L. ..... ....... 2 71, Walton, Roy B. ........................ 271, Waltrip, Lynda .................................... Walvoord, John E. ............ 131, 223 Ward, Andy .... - .... 6 1, 62, 224, 382 Ward, Berl W. ......................------------ - Wllffnburg, Linda .......,.,,,,, Wofford Ward, Carol ..................................-...-- Ward, Don .............. ....- Ward, Ebbie H. Ward, Henrietta Ward, Jerry ........ .... Ward, Lucille ....... ..-..-. Ward, Madge .......... ........... Ward, Mary Alice .... ..... 1 83, Ward, Sharon ........... ....... 2 37 Ward, Tom ............... Warden, Patricia ............. Wardlaw, Nina Beth ..... Wardlow, Connie Ware, James W. ......... . Ware, Philip B. ......... . Warfield, Gerald A. .... . Warren, Charlotte 5l0 fl1f112 489 207 450 402 450 450 402 450 426 489 426 450 402 450 426 450 402 402 489 402 489 450 489 402 214 451 489 299 489 426 426 273 426 402 277 451 426 451 451 402 153 489 426 489 402 451 303 451 45 1 402 489 402 402 426 277 489 402 489 402 45 1 489 45 1 402 263 489 426 490 490 490 265 45 1 426 402 426 402 490 281 426 402 426 451 265 257 178 244 490 402 490 426 451 271 490 402 402 271 490 490 451 451 383 383 402 490 451 402 490 269 451 426 402 426 451 451 490 490 426 402 403 490 Warren, Garrison .... ...... 4 90 Warren, Jane ............... .....--- 4 90 Warren, Roanne .............. ........ 4 26 Warren, Rose Nell ...... ....... 4 03 Warwick, Henry J. ..... .. 403 Washburn, Jean ........... ....... 4 90 Washington, Marilyn ...... ....... 4 03 Waters, Sammy ................................ 426 Watkins, Diana .................................... 490 Watkins, Doretha .... 236, 255, 405, 426 Watkins, Fred .................................... 490 Watkins, Jane ...... ................... 1 76, 451 Watkins, Tom ........ ........... 4 51 Watson, Carl E. ..... .. 451 Watson, Evelyn ....... .... 2 61 Watson, Jan ........... ....--- 4 03 Watson, Jerry ............... ....... 4 26 Watson, Karol Ann ......... ....---- 4 90 Watson, Leonard Bruce ........ ...........- 4 90 Watson, Mildred Suzanne ........ 177, 490 Watson, Wanda ..................... ............ 4 90 Watterson, Dianne .......... ....... 4 90 Wattner, Judy .............. ........ 4 90 Watts, Carole .................. ............ 4 90 Watts, Howard Glenn ...... ...... 2 81, 426 Watts, Mike ......................................-- 269 Weatherford, Anita .................... 154, 451 Weaver, Bessie Ellen ....... - ....... 195, 426 Weaver, James .... 60, 128, 130, 167, 186, 194,201,224 403 Weaver, Jo Rene ................................ 490 Weaver, Judy ........... ................. 2 57, 426 Webb, Allie ........................................ 261 Webb, Bill H. .................... 180, 267, 403 Webb, Thomas Larry ............................ '490 Weber, Andrea .............. ................... 4 90 Weber, Ellen .............. ............ 4 26 Webster, Nancy ..... ...-- 1 95, 425 Weddell, Monty .......... .......-...- 4 90 Wedel, Mary Ellen ...... ........ 4 90 Wedge, Janet ..................... . ........ 426 Weeks, Judy ........................................ 490 Wehunt, Stanford Leon ........ 199, 426 Weidler, Barbara ............... ...... 2 09, 490 Weimar, Donna ............. ............ 4 90 Weir, Linda ....... ........ 4 90 Weiss, Gary ....... ...-. 4 90 Welborn, Jim ....... ..... 4 26 Welch, Doug ....... ..... 4 90 Welch, Jerry Lee ...... ...... 4 03 Welch, Lana .......... ..... 4 90 Welch, Robert H. ...... ..... 4 26 Welch, Ronald ....... ........ 4 26 Welling, Ellen ....... ........... 4 51 Well, Nathan ..... ..... 1 99, 426 Wells, Ronnie ............ ............... 4 51 Wells, Sue .......................... ...... 2 08, 490 Wenning, Michael H. ..... ............ 3 83 Wensley, Gay ................. ......... 2 51 Werner, William ...... .... 4 03 Wessels, Sandra ...... ..... 4 90 West, Dan .............. ........ 4 91 West, Don ..... : ............... ............ 4 5 1 West, Robert M. ................ ................. 4 91 West, Turner William ............ 185, 403 Westdyke, Carole Evalyn ................ 403 Wester, Gerald ............................ 269, 451 Westerfeld, Joyce ............. ............ 4 26 Westheimer, Jerry ............. ......... 1 74 Westmoreland, Charles ........ ..... 2 72 Weyerts, Sharon ................ ...... 2 55 Whaley, Vicki .............. ..... 4 51 Wharton, Elena ...... ..... 4 51 Whatley, Gloria ................ ...... 4 91 Whatley, Larry E. ................ ...... 4 51 Wheatley, Camilla ................... ......... 4 51 Wheeler, Charles James .................... 403 Wheeler, Colby Ellen ........................ 491 Wheeler, Craig .................. ...... 2 71, 451 Wheeler, Eranna ............. ....,,...... 4 51 Wheeler, Phyllis Ann ............ 213, 426 Whigham, Billy ................ .........,.,. 4 03 Whigham, Cindy ............ ,,....,.,, 4 91 Whipple, Donna ......... ,,,,,, 4 91 Whisenant, Bill ...... .... 4 91 Whitaker, Bill ........................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 283 White, Carolyn .........,.........,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,, 4 91 White, Dan .... 63, 171, 186, 224, 451 White, David ..................,,,,,,,,,, 267, 426 White, Don ................,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 03 White, Donald Halford ............ 199, 426 White, Donnita .... 175, 189, 210, 226, 40 White, James W. ...........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 22 White, Neal ........... ,,,,,, 1 78, 403 White, Sylvia ...,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 91 White, Wilma ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,, 4 27 Whitehurst, Carol ..... ,,,,, 4 91 Whitehurst, Jackie ,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 27 Whitehurst, Melvin ..... ,,,,, 4 O3 Whitener, Nancy ...... ,,,,, 4 27 Whitesides, Roger ...., ,,,,,, 4 51 Whitfield, A. D,' ,,,,,,, 11, ,,,,, , 299 Whitford, Paul ...........,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 03 Whiting, John ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 91 Whitman, Gregory Lynn ....... ...,,, 4 91 Whitman, Pamela .......,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 51 Whitmire, Theresa ..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 51 Whitson, Linda .......,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 4 91 Whitson, Sam ..,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 94, 451 Whittemore, Thomas ........ 198, 234, 427 Whitten, Ben ,,...,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 37, 405 Whitten, Samuel J. ...... ....... 2 81, 403 Whittington, Harold ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 4 27 Whitworth, Avon ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 51 Whitworth, Janet ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 51 Whitworth, William L, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 03 Widacki, Ralph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 99 Wiegel, Sharon ............ ,,,,,, 4 51 Wiesmann, Donald ,,,,,,,, ,-,.,,, 4 91 Wigand, Martha ..... ..... 4 91 Wight, Jirn ......--.-.-------.- ---------- 1 99 Wilbanks, Charles ..... .---.------- 4 27 Wilbanks, Jimmy ........ ..-.-------------- 4 03 Wilbanks, Shane ..--.-- ----'--'-- 2 81, 427 Wilborn, Tim ......... ----------------------1- 4 91 Wilbur, Margaret ....... ...... 1 68, 259, 451 Wilburn, Albert ..... --------------------- 4 03 Wilburn, Gloria ..... ................. 4 51 Wiley, Larry Don .... ....-- 4 51 Wiley, Martha ................ ...... 2 57 Wilkins, Donald ......-. : -.-------- ------- 4 9 1 Wilkins, James H. iJ1mJ -.-.---------------- 383 Wilkinson, Ann ....-.---.-------------------------- 451 Wilkinson, Dennie E. ..... ........ 1 86, 451 Wilks, Judy ..............-.- ------------ 4 03 Wilks, Ramon ............. --------- 2 02 Willard, Charles E. .... .......... 4 03 Willcox, Gail ............-.--.-. -------------- 2 23 Willenburg, Mary Lou ........................ 403 Willhite, Carol ................. ........ 1 73, 403 Willhoite, Janet ............. ...--.-- 1 67, 403 Williams, Anna ........ .............. 4 27 Williams, Bill ............... .......... 4 03 Williams, Billy Don ............................ 403 Williams, Charles C. ................ 338, 452 Williams, Coy ...............- 192, 340, 403 Williams, Don ......... ........................ 4 52 Williams, Eddie ..... .................... 4 27 Williams, Frances .... ...... 4 27 Williams, Iris ............ ....... 4 03 Williams, James ........... .......... 2 41 Williams, Janice ............... .............. 4 52 Williams, Joe E. ................................ 203 Williams, John Robert ............ 202, 427 Williams, Judy .................... 201, 255, 403 Williams, Kay F. ........ ..................... 4 52 Williams, Kaye ..... ....... ....... 4 5 2 Williams, Lanie ............ .......... 4 52 Williams, Linda ............... .............. 4 52 Williams, Marsha Kay ............ 204, 403 Williams, Nancy ............ ............. 4 52 Williams, Patricia ........ ..... 1 99, 491 Williams, Phala ........ ........... 4 52 Williams, Robert ..... ...... 4 27 Williams, Ruth ........ ....... 1 87 Williams, Sandra .... ...... 4 91 Williams, ,Sharon .... ...... 4 52 Williams, Sharry ..... ...... 4 91 Williams, Susan ............ ...... 4 52 Williams, Walter ............... ...... 4 03 Williamson Diana Lee ....... ...... 4 27 Williamson Doris ............ ...... 2 06 Williamson, Gene ........... ....... 2 75 Williamson, Herman .... ...... 2 03 Williamson, Jackie ............................ 491 Williamson, Karen ................................ 491 Williamson, Linda ................................ 452 Williamson, Ray .... 60, 120, 238, 281, 299, 403 Williamson, Suzanne .... 240, 248, 261, 452 Willies, Kay ............ ..................... 4 27 Willis, Mary ................ ....... 4 27 Wilson, Beverly ............... ,.......... 2 61 Wilson, Blake Dwain ...... .............. 3 83 Wilson, Brenda ............... ..1 ....... 491 Wilson, Claudia Ann ........ ..... 1 77, 491 Wilson, Dianne ............... .................. 4 91 Wilson, Dianne ......... .......,............ 4 91 Wilson, DiAnn ..... ...................,... 4 91 Wilson, Don ........................ 263, 337 338 Wilson, George ................................ 491 Wilson, Jack ........................................ 491 Wilson, James Edwards .................... 427 Wilson, James W. .................... 273, 427 Wilson, Janice Collane .................... 403 Wilson, Jim ....................... ...,,,.... 4 27 Wilson, Jim E. ............... ,.,,,,.,,,, 4 03 Wilson, Joe D. ..... ..... 2 77, 427 Wilson, Janette ........ ........... 2 33 Wilson, Kenneth .... ,,.,,.,.,,.,,,,,, 4 52 Wilson, Linda ..... ..................,., 4 91 Wilson, Linda ........,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 492 Wilson, Mariann ............ 1177, 210, 427 Wilson, Neal .................................... 299 Wilson, Robert Frank ........................ 492 Wilson, Sandra ................ ..... 1 89 492 Wilson, Swinford ........ ,,,,, 1 71 452 Wilson, Teena .............., ......,,,, 4 52 Wilson Zelomie Jean ...,,. ,,,,,,, Windhzim, Caroline ....... Windham, Windy ....... ,,,,,,,, Wineinger, La Rue ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Winfree, Derwood .........,,,., ,,,,,,,, Winslar, Mary Catherine-N-W Winters, Jack ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Wirz, Fred ...,....,.,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Wirz, Patricia ................,,, ,,,,,, Wirz, Richard L, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 Wisdom, Larry Micheal Wisdom, Lu Juana ...... Wisdom, M. Hardy ..... Wisdom, Witcher, Vicki ........... Wither Mar """'2'si'i'Q Sue I ................ ............. , , tha .............. ...... Wqrlwrspoun, Glenda ....... ....... Witt, Ray ........................ Wittenberg, Susan ....... Wittenburg, J.. Robert 5512 111 IIIHEE7 Wittenburg, Mary Lou ...... Witty, Charles N. ......... . , Wayne .......... Wolf, Barbara ...,..,.,,,,,, Wolfe, Marilyn R. ..... . Wolfenbargcr, Barbara ...... XVolgamott, Donna ........ Xlllolters, Bill .......... 177 403 403 492 452 271 492 403 267 452 492 492 492 403 427 403 492 452 452 452 403 427 492 257 452 275 492 452 175 427 452 4?-V .1 Womack, Dan .......- ------ 1 87, 427 Womack, Jimmy ..... ............. 2 69 Womack, Marilyn ..... ......... 4 92 Womble, Pat ................. ..... 4 52 Wommack, David A. ........ ..... 4 92 Wommack, Mary Beth ..... ..... 4 52 Wood, Gerald .................................... 452 Wood, Kathleen .................................... 403 Wood, Melinda ............ 218, 229, 231, 427 Woodard, Michael ............................ 492 Woodbury, Margaret A. .................... 427 Wooden, Kay ................................ 225, 452 Woodford, Ernest Russell ............ 234, 492 Woodland, Jim .................... ............. 4 04 Woodland, Pat ................ ......... 4 27 Woodley, Janis ......... ..... 4 04 Woodling, Carolyn ..... ..... 4 04 Woods, Cassie .......... ..... 4 52 Woods, Jerry C. ..... ..... 4 04 Woods, Lenore ...... ..... 4 27 Woods, Linda ......... ...... 4 04 Woodward, Dave ..... ...... 2 99 Woody, Ray ............... ...... 2 77 Wooley, Anita Jo ................................ 427 Woosley, Bety ........................................ 404 Wootten, Patricia .... 123, 167, 201, 227, 404 Wooters, Bernard T. ........ 174, 382, 383 Wooters, Margaret Anne ................ 404 Wootton, Dale ................ 125, 203, 404 Worley, John .................................... 492 Worsham, Joe ........................................ 269 Wortham, Richard C. .... ......... 4 92 Worthington, Charlene .................... 492 Worthington, Mary Jo ............ 175, 427 Wortman, Paula ............ ............. 4 92 Wozencraft, Beverly ....... .......... 4 92 Wray, Billy G. ................... 1 ..... ....... 4 27 Wray, Kathleen ................... 1. ............... 492 Wrenn, Pamela Suzanne ..,... ....... 4 92 Wright, Alyene ................... ....... 4 27 Wright, Freddie ..... 1 .............. 1-.- 492 Wright, Gerald ..... ....,.....,............. 4 92 Wright, Glenn .................... 1 ...... 277, 427 Wright, Herschel ................ 1 ..... .1 ...... 404 Wright, James Terry CButchJ .... 298 299, 404 Wright, J. Wayne .......... 1 ....... 1 ..... 1 404 Wright, Michael H. .... 111.11111111111111 404 Wright, Roy ................... - ....... 222, 427 Wulbrecht, Sally ..... 1 ...... -1.-1.--.-,1, 427 Wusnack, Skip ...... .......... 1 1,11 242, 452 Wyatt, Bobby ..... -.1.-- ............ 11- 492 Wyatt, David ........... 1-11. ..... 1111.11 404 Wyatt, Mary Sue -.-1 .......... 1 .......,. ,111 427 Wylie, Anton ......... ....... 1 ...111,111 427 Wylie, Diana ........... 11 1111111111111 492 Wylie, John Michael ........ 1 ..... 1--.1-1-,, 404 Wusong, Jim ............... 1 ,,,,,,, 11111, 452 Sf Yahr, Rick ............. 1 .,,, 11111 ,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,, 1 492 Yancey, Bayne Allin ....... 1 ...... 11. 173, 404 Yancey, Ronald ........ 111111 ,,,,,,, 427 Yancy, Lynda Jo ......... .... 1 1 257, 427 Yankie, Kayren Sue ....... 1 ,,,, 111, 492 Yarbro, Laura ....... 1 ......, ,,,,, 1 492 Yarbro, Johnny 1-111 ,,,,.,,,,, 111 ,,,, 1, 259 Yarbrough, Ann .,,,,., 1 ,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,, 1111, 492 Yarbrough, Cathey .........,, 111 ,,,,,,, 17, 404 Yarbrough, Jack .... 1 ,,,,,,,1, .11 ,,,,, 173 Yarbrough, Pat 1,,,, 11 ,,1,,,,,,,,,,111,,,,, 259 Yates, Charlotte ........... 1 .,...1 1 1,,1,, 11111 427 Yates, Ronald G. ..., 1-11111 ,,,,,,,,,,1 452 Yeager, John Aulton .... 1 ...... 174, 404 Yeager, Sue ........,..,,.1,,1,,,1 1, ,,,,,, 1 ,,,,, 1 427 Yeakley, Charlotte Cheney 1,1,,,,1,,,,1,1, 404 Yeatts, Fred .................,. 111 1,,,,1,,,,, 185 Youle, Vicki Kay .......,,,1,,1 1 1,,,,,,,1,, 492 Young, Armilda ........ 11 ,,,,,, 174, 404 Young. Bill ............ .......... ...... 2 7 1, 404 Young, Bobby .....,. 1 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 92 Young, Clell C. 1.1,,1,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 27 Young, Gary ........ - ......... ....... 4 92 Young, Jan .......,1.1,...,,,,, 1,,,,1 4 27 Young, John ........,,,1,,,,,1,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 81 Young, Mary Catherine ............ 219, 404 Young, Maurice ...1,.,.,,,.,,1,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 55 Young, Nancy K. ........,, ,,,1,,,1 4 92 Young, Patsy Ruth ,,,1, 1 404 Young. Robert Jackson ...... ........ 4 52 Young, "Sue ..............1,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 27 Young, Vernon .........,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 41 Young, XVilliam Robert ...... ........ 4 52 Youngblood, Jesse ....---- ...... 4 04 Youngdahl, Brian ....... ,,,,,,, 4 92 Younger, Carolyn ...,.,, ,,,,,,, 4 92 Youts, Don ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 Q2 ZZ Znlkovsky, Marilyn ....... ,,,,,,,, 4 92 Zaring, Jimmy ,.,,,.,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .1 27 Zimmerman, Judy ..... ,,,,, 1 76, 404 Zipper, Dorothy .....,. ........... 4 O2 Zorns, Elizabeth ..... ...,,. -1 04 I it .IN X Q' K fl. K N .S Xb is 1 .X me ..X t -., 's ugx' 'IQ-. u "S .,, 1... K. , . N.. .4 SQ Sli J ' . . -X 5 L. .. MSE -.SC 'SE . - .5 -A, ii N ll' - 22 .. gi .,.. "' if ,- .len .1-i ...a 127 ,..,.-.- is ,....--:1 4 ,...--7-' V --fi: ,,'- "' ,...ff' 'I' XXXXXXX XX XXXX X XXXX X XX XIXXXXXQX XXXX' I Q. X is ,li .-4 ,Q The party's over -- A very good year at North Texas-this was 1963. It had its ups and downs, but perhaps most of all, as graduating seniors realize more every day, '63 was a year of happi- ness. Happiness was found in learning and achieving, but the greatest happiness of all was the opportunity to pursue life further than just the surface level, to delve into aca- demics, into friendships and into the understanding that comes only with living and learning. To sum up this year in retrospection has not been an easy task, but it has been a riotously fun one. Beginning last summer when the staff was partially chosen and continu- ing until the last April deadline, YUCCA personnel have worked and lived together in the office until nerves snapped, heads throbbed and eyes dropped shut from lack of rest-but they sprang back to work at the drop of a pica ruler and back to humor with a new cutline added to the office bulletin board. To such a talented and eager staff, I can only say thanks that I had you with me, for this book would not have been without you. To janet, who probed through 5,002 index and receipt cards with determination and accuracy . . . to Kay whose bounce brightened the office and whose copy never failed to please . . . to Suzanne who organized busy beauties and scholars into pictures . . . to Dick who created beauti- ful words and pictures equally as well as he cheered a dejected editor . . . to Bill who retained enthusiasm for sports far longer than I ever did . . . to Bettye whose funny stories about her section sent howls of laughter into the halls but who was equally persistent in her job . . . to Carolyn who calmly dug into 4,552 classes pictures and produced a section from chaos . . . to Bea who scraped time away from home economics and lent a hand . . . to B.F. and Sheldon who were always available for a good argument or good photography . . . to Dennard for his wry humor and artistic talent . . . to our willing assistants E and another year Marsha, Babs, Patti, W.B., Patti and jim who always came to our aid in just the nick of time . . . and most of all to Mrs. Sampley for her encouragement, humor and loyalty-they made this book possible, and I can never say thanks enough. Other credits are due to Mr. Smith Kiker for his photo- graphic knowledge and "get that picture" attitude . . . to Dr. james Rogers who put up with my spasticity and many mistakes . . . to Dr. J. C. Matthews who supported the Outstanding Professor award . . . to Dean Imogene Bentley Dickey for her understanding about late per- mission . . . to Mrs. Kay Bates' sympathetic ear . . . to Varsity Studios for their patience with my impatience . . . to Burchard Studios for a new look in organizations . . . to Mrs. Helen Wright and her business art classes for the success of the YUCCA Beauty contest . . . to the Talons' strong arms that helped a 9072, female staff get things in order . . . to Bob Lynch of Taylor Publishing Company for his funny letters and prompt attention to business . . . to Fran Braff for companionship in an empty "J" Building and for help during deadlines . . . to Kirk Carmean for patience when a deadline or hysterics ap- proached . . . and to the students and faculty members who put up with my never-ending. supply of demands on time and energy-many, many thanks. But now the party's over. The past school year has be- come outdated' and the look is now to the future for both freshmen and seniors. May this look to the future be as happy and as bright-hued as this orange and fuchsia YUCCA. Warmest regards, EIB! Shelly Caldwell, Editor Mrs. Eva joy Sarnpley, Sponsor janet Evans, Assistant Editor Dick Beene, Fine Arts Editor Bettye Usher, Organizations Editor Bea Fischer, Adrninistrations Editor Boh Dennard, Art Editor ' Kay Lanier and Sazanne Heath, Activities Editors ' Bill Hohhs, Athletics Editor ' Carolyn Porter, Classes Editor ' B. E. Hainrnan and Sheldon Gordon, Photographer ' Patti Patterson and fini Ware, Lah Assistants ' Marsha Nelson, Patti Bryant, Bahs Beyring, and W. B. Harwich, Assistants Sll ,:"bf-...,, ap vf 15 ,.,. --1 , , -aa f"l r "' :Jie H4 .,4' Q -""'rv . -1 5, fifx v'-FN: " "'-if 2,35 v- ,f , If ,233 .iy ,1 I CQ? 7 f - ,ki A -'--'1!1 2,xl"' . 'rw is if X W v Qu' 5 i-1 fx, . dxf, 4 A 'gk ,-+ .x. 'vu z 'K ., - H. .'. 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