Victoria College - Pirate Yearbook (Victoria, TX)

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Kt] The Pirate V ' |CTORf Victoria College 1962-1963 COuLiCi I -4 I fe. ■ 3S Jftfejl 1 • Victoria, Texas Foreword William Shakespeare once said that the world is a stage and the people nnerely actors upon it. As the camera of life focuses on our stage, we find in one small corner of the world— the private world at Victoria College. Each student on the stage is acting out a small part of his life. Our camera has captured in pictures one year of that role. For some of us this year is the final scene of higher education. For many of us this is just one of several acts. We have much for which to thank the producers and directors— the administration and faculty. Many have put forth their efforts to prepare us for the scenes which lie ahead. The PIRATE pictures one year at Victoria College. The camera of life will continue to focus on each contemporary scene as it is played. We, the PIRATE staff, feel fortunate that the camera has recorded the following events and activities which we shall remember for years to come. Pat Liford Editor Contents Administration Sophomore Class Freshman Class Organizations Favorites Activities Athletics .mmmmtm « r .n ip nCTORIA CO Administration Victoria College Board of Trustees EARL CLIBURN GERALD DUBOSE MORRIS T. SHATTUCK LEO WELDER FRED PROCTOR Vice President WINSTON ZIRJACKS President C. B. MONTIER Secretary President J. D. Moore President J. D. AAoore has served Victoria College as its chief administrative officer since 1948. His previous experience in education includes teaching, administration, and coaching. He is a graduate of North Texas State College, a past district governor of Rotary International, and has served as Manager of the Vic- toria Chamber of Commerce. He is presently chairman of the State Board of Examiners for Teacher Education. Under President Moore ' s leadership, the college facilities and staff have grown steadily, and enrollment has more than tripled. Vice President and Dean John W. Stormont Vice President and Dean John W. Stormont has been at Victoria College- since July 1, 1949. He was previously Dean of Schreiner Institute and on the faculties of The University of Texas and Tex- as Western College. Dr. Stormont is a graduate of Austin College and the University of Texas. 12 Assistant Dean Roland E. Bing Dr. Roland E. Bing came to Victoria College in 1954, and has been the Assistant Dean since 1958. He previous- ly served as Director of the Evening School. Dr. Bing is a graduate of Texas A M College and the University of Texas. Before conning to Victoria College, he served in the armed forces, and was manager of student publications at Texas A AA College. Science Building HAROLD J. NICHOLS, M.A. Business Manager LEONA JONES, M.A. Registrar LOIS ROWLAND, M.L.S. Librarian 14 LUCILLE ADAIR, M.S. Biology ALFRED ALLEN, M.S. Mathematics, Chemistry ROLAND BEARD, M.S. Physics, Mathematics Administration Building iirti w 15 WILBER L COLLINS, M.AA. IVY JEAN DABNEY, AA.A. English FRANK DEAVER, M.A. History, Journalism 16 ESTHER ETZEL, M.Ed. Physical Education, Biology HESTER W. EVANS, M.A. Physical Education, Basketball Coach WILMA FELGER, M.A. History, Sociology Industrial Art s 17 KENNETH A. GREENHILL, M.S. English JEANETTE HOULE, M.Ed. Business Administration V. T. KALLUS, M.S. Agriculture 18 ROBERT L. MOORE, M.A. Education, Government MONROE NORTHCUTT, B.S. Physical Education ANNETTE OUTLAW, B.B.A. Business Administration Gymnasium 19 BENNIE H. SCHRAMM, M.A. Mathematics HERBERT P. SERGEANT, B.S. Chemistry, Engineering ROBERT W. SHOOK, M.A. History, Geography Homemaking Cottage 20 WILLIAM H. STEELE, M.S. Industrial Arts CAROLINE C. SUMMERS, M.A, Speech CLAUDE A. TALLEY, M.S. Economics Boys ' Dormitory 21 JESSICA WARNLOF, M.A. English MARGUERITE WEEKS, R.N. Vocational Nursing 22 MRS. LELA BEARD Secretary to the President MRS. MARANELL COOK Secretary to the Dean MRS. GLADYCE BRYANT Attendance Secretary MRS. GLADYS GILLIG Book Store MRS. MARTHA MclNTOSH Switchboard and Mail Room MISS LAJOYCE MATOCHA Faculty Secretary Behind the Scenes MRS. LETHA BRUCE, MRS. DOROTHY BONN Business Office MRS. IVA JO CARSNER, MRS. GAIL STEPHENS, MRS. MARY LOU GREEN Registrar ' s Office 23 24 Sophomore Class 25 JOSEPH L ALBRECHT, Jr. Mechanical Engineer Victoria WESLEY L. ALOIS, Journalism Cuero OPHELIA MARIE ARGO Speech Victoria GEORGE H. AUSEC Business Yoakum JAMES T. BAKER Engineering Corpus Christi JAMES R. BEASLEY Engineering Rockport CARL L. BELLIS Pre-Law Victoria 26 i ' i WILLIAM J. BLACK Business Victoria LEW W. BLANKENBAKER Physical Education Pekin, Indiana GERALD P. BLUDAU Pharmacy Hallettsville PATRICIA A. CAMARILLO Business Victoria JOYCE M. CAMPBELL Secondary Education Victoria HECTOR J. CARBAJAL History Goliad 27 DAVID E. CHANDLER Pharmacy Victoria FRANKLIN C. CHOVANETZ Business Hallettsville DIANE SUE CLEGG Elementary Education Yoakum EMMETT L. CRISP, JR. Agriculture Victoria JAMES DE LEON Biology Victoria MARY K. DE LOS SANTOS MecJical Technology Victoria FRANCIS L. DONNELLY Agriculture Yoakum 28 MOLLY N. DUKE English Port Lavaca CLOYCE R. FALKSEN Business Tivoli MARTHA A, FARRAR Elementary Educatic Victoria CHARLES R. GERHARDT Business GoliacJ PHILIP M. GILBERT History Victoria JEAN ANN GILLIG Elementary Education Victoria 29 CLIFTON R. GIPS Business Cuero LARRY V. GOFF Psychology RAYMOND M. GOODWIN History Victoria VIRGIL ANDERSON GOSS Business Refugio EDITH R. GREER Pharmacy Victoria NELDA.F. GRIFFITH Business Victoria MAXIMILIAN GUZMAN Business Port Lavaca 30 JOHN FRANK HAAS Agriculture Hallettsville SUE MARIE HALE Elementary Educatio Victoria JERRY BELLE HALL Speech Victoria ROGER E. HARRALSON Physical Education Refugio JAMES F. HARRISON Physics Yoakum LINDA K. HAUSMANN Journalism Victoria HARVEY L. HEERSSEN Business Yoakum CHARLES A. HELLER Chemistry 31 ARCHIE L. HOLUB Business Moulton LOUIS E. HOOD Engineering Victoria GALE ALLEN HOPPER Business Refugio ERWIN D. JEMELKA Agriculture Yoakun JAMES C. JOHNSON History Victoria MARGARET L. JOHNSON Business Victoria ALAN K. KALICH Pharmacy Cuero 32 IRIS F. KALICH Home Economics Victoria MAURICE R. KELLEY, JR. Business Port Lavaca JOHN K. KIESLING Social Studies Logansport, Indiana JOYCE E. KING Physical Education Victoria HUGO E. KOLTERMAN Mechanical Engineering Bloomington NELVA LEE KRUEGER Psychology Victoria JOY C. KUCK Business Yoakum JAMES LAAKE Psychology 33 ERWIN JAY LACK Business Victoria JEANETTE F. LAMBERT Elementary Education Victoria HAROLD E. LIECK English Victoria A EDGAR A. MAEKER Engineering Technology Victoria H. KEITH MARKLEY Pre-Law Refugio DOROTHY J. MATTHEW Home Economics Yoakum 34 ARCHIE McCLURE Physical Education Houston JOEL R. MEADOR Engineering Rockport JOHN W. MENELEY Business Victoria NANCY E. NEWAAAN Home Economics Victoria RONALD S. NEWTON Psychology Victoria BARBARA OBERMILLER Business Victoria 35 VERONICA N. Business Victoria OLSOVSKY JAMES A. O ' NEIL Art Port Lavaca JOHN W. History Victoria O ' NEILL ROBERT L. PARGAAANN Agriculture Yoakum BARBARA L. PARSONS Elementary Education Victoria ROY M. PATTON Business Victoria JERRY L. PAVLICEK Engineering Technology Victoria 36 JOSEPH F. PEREZ Pre-AAed Victoria RONALD D. POLLOCK Pharmacy Texas City CAROLYN L. POOLE Secondary Education Victoria EVA A. RIVERA Business Port Lavaca CHARLES E. ROBERTS Secondary Education Port Lavaca ELIZABETH ROBERTS Psychology Dalton, Georgia 37 GEORGE W. RODEN Business Victoria RALPH L. RODRIGUEZ Business Yoakum JAMES R. ROTHBAUER Business Victoria ERWIN L. ROTHER Engineering Technology Yoakum FREDDIE L. SANCHEZ Agriculture Victoria MARY A. SARLLS Education Victoria RONALD M, SAWEY Chemistry Victoria 38 BETTY DEE SMITH Business Victoria JAMES A. SMITH Business Education Edna JERRY T. SMITH History Victoria DALE R. SMOTHERS Business Victoria ROBERT S. STRAND Business DONALD R. STRIEBER Engineering Victoria MARY JO SULLIVAN Business Goliad 39 GERALD C. TAYLOR Business Victoria ROBERT H. THORPE Physical Education Bay City RONALD G. TIETZ Denitstry Cuero VERNON L. TOWNSEND Agriculture Victoria TELMOND E. TUCH Victoria JAMES C. VANELLI Physics Victoria LEON J. VASEK Agriculture Moulton WILLIAM S. VINCENT Business Victoria 40 ROSE MARY VOGT Medical Technology Victoria SANDRA H. VOLKMER Business Victoria PATRICIA A. WALKER Elementary Education Port Lavaca JOLENE D. WIGGINS Business Cuero ROGER W. WULF Business Hallettsville BEATRICE E. ZACEK Business Edna 41 MARY LOU AGUILAR Victoria MI?S. MATTIE MAE FIELDER Victoria MRS. FRANCES L. GREEN Victoria MRS. ALPHA E. HARPER Hallettsville 1 MARIE A. KOCH Victoria MRS. VALERIE F. KRUEGER Victoria MRS. IDA T. MARETH Edna Nurses 42 MRS. MARY E, NICHOLS Victoria MRS. M. ALICE NORRIS Victoria JUDY OHRT Victoria ■ i JULIA ANN PENA Victoria Nurses MRS. DOROTHY STARBUCK Victoria MRS. EVELYN YOUNG Victoria AILEEN ZATOPEK Victoria 43 J ' Lf J h4 ' K 44 Freshman Class 45 GARY L. ABRAMEIT Goliad MICHAEL A. ADAMCIK Victoria JALAYNE A. ALKEK Victoria DOUGLAS M. ANDERS Lolita KAREN A. ANDERSON Victoria EDWARD R. ANGERSTEIN Victoria TOM P. APPLEBY Goliad JULIUS J. ARLITT JUDITH E. AULT JAKE M. AWALT RICHARD L. BAKER ARNOLD D. BARTON 46 i iTft£t LESLIE L. BEAMS Victoria DOROTHY N. BEAVER Victoria JUDITH E. BELL Heicileberg, Mississippi VELORES L. BENTON Cuero BARBARA G. BERGER Victoria DONALD BEVERSDORFF Victoria SARA L. BISHOP Port Lavaca DENNIS W. BOEHM Victoria JERRY N. BOLES Victoria JOHN E. BRANDON Corpus Christi NANCI E. BRANSFORD Victoria MARY C. BREWER Victoria 47 KATHERINE M. BROWN Victoria DARWIN C. BROWNING Victoria DAVID C. BUCKERT Victoria JAMES D. BUJNOCH Hallettsville JAMES E. CALAWAY Victoria MARK S. CALLAWAY Bellaire SANDRA C. CAMPBELL Victoria ANGELINA CANTU Bloomington PATRICIA A. CARAWAY Lolita JOHN T. CASH Woodsboro RICHARD C. CHAMRAD Victoria MELVIN D. CLANTON Port Lavaca 48 IHI iHPv H JAY W. CLIBURN Victoria DAVID H. CLINE Victoria EDDIE COLSON Victoria JOE J. CONE Victoria DAVID MICHAEL COOK Victoria ROBERT L. CORNELIUS MARGARET E. COSLETT Victoria BYRON E. COX Victoria CHARLES R. COX LINDA S. COX Free port RONALD L. CRAIG Point Comfort KENNETH CRESSMAN Quakerstown, Pennsylvania 49 DEBORAH A. CROSBY Corpus Christ! ROGER D. CUMBA Port Lavaca MARGARET J. CUAAMINGS Victoria DIANA D. DAVIS Victoria WILLIAM J. DAVIS Victoria JAMES A. DEFOREST Seadrift CHARLES A. DE LEON Victoria GILBERT C. DE LEON Victoria PATRICK H. DE LEON Victoria GLORIA D. DE LOS SANTOS Victoria GAIL R. DEPINE Victoria NANCIE E. DEVILBISS Edna 50 HAROLD D. DEYTON, JR. Lolita AAARK D. DIERLAM Victoria ORVILLE L. DIERLAM Port Lavaca SHARON A. DISCHINGER Victoria HUGO L, DITTERT Victoria STEPHEN M. DODSON Victoria THOMAS L. DOTSON GENE E. DRABEK imim WILLIAM O. DROMGOOLE ALFRED DWORSKY Bloomington SANDRA R. EDWARDS Port Lavaca NANCY H. FANNING Victoria 51 RICHARD LEE FARMER Victoria ROBERT CHARLES FARMER Victoria ARMANDO FERNANDEZ Yoalcum JIMMY C. FITZPATRICK Lolita DARLEEN R. FOREIT Victoria SHARON A. FOWLER Victoria LODOVICO F. FREIER Port Lavaca ALOIS C. FRIEDRICHS Meyersville EARNEST T, FRIEZE Cuero ERNEST K. GALLOWAY Henderson, Kentucky JOSEPH E. GANEM Victoria GEORGE E. GANT 52 DANIEL R. GARNER Victoria JUDITH J. GARNER Port Lavaca HAROLD P. GARZA Refugio MARY G. GARZA Goliad PABLO GARZA ALFREEDA A. GASKIN SUSAN A. GAYLE Victoria TALBOT C. GEHRING KENNETH RAY GERDES i; SANDRA B. GIBSON Placedo GERALD H. GIEB Victoria JULIA M. GILLEAN Victoria 53 JO ANN GLENN Victoria GLENDA L. GOLDSUM Victoria MAURICE J. GOOCH Victoria " M ROBERT D. GORE ' ™ Victoria BOBBY J. GRANT Refugio RONALD E. GRANTHAM CAROLYN GREEN Victoria ROY GREEN, Jr Victoria WILLIAM M. GREEN Victoria ALVINA M. GREGORCZYK Goliad OLIVIA GREGORY Victoria PHILIP C. GRIMES Victoria 54 vy- - " MARY E. GWOSDZ ROBERT E. HAAS GLENN E. HACKSTEDT Rosenburg RALPH J. HAHN ALBERT F. HALL CHARLES R. HAMBLIN JOHN J. HAMMACK Victoria DAVID V. HANSELKA Victoria JOE W. HARRIS Victoria JUDITH G. HARRIS Victoria SIDNEY J. HARRIS Victoria BOBBY SHARON HARRISON Bloomington 55 NANCY L. HARRISON Yoakum JOE L. HASETTE Corpus Christ! HENRY W. HAYNES Nursery CHARLES L HEMPEL Victoria FRANK J. HERMAN Hallettsville JULIE HERNANDEZ Goliad JOHN R. HINTON Goliad FREDDIE J. HOFFER Hallettsville JUDY K. HOHF Victoria MIRIAM E. HOLBROOK Freer WELDON HORADAM Victoria LORETTA J. HORTON Victoria 56 KATHLEEN HUMMEL Victoria MARY C. HUVAR Victoria JUDY N. INGRAM Edna ROBERT J. ISHMAEL Victoria CHARLFS E. JANAK Hallettsville WILBERT G. JANAK LaSalle MARVIN V. JANECEK Victoria JUDITH F. JASCHKE Victoria HERNAN E. JASO Refugio JACQUE W. JECKER Victoria LANA JENKINS Victoria JOANNA E. JETTON Port Lavaca 57 EDWARD J. JOHNSON Bloomington OSCAR JOHNSON Victoria SUDIE N. JOHNSON Victoria MAX W. JOINES Port Lavaca JAMES JONES Victoria RONALD E. JONES Brownwood CAROLE A. JORDAN Victoria PATRICIA A. JUAREZ Victoria JOYCE S. KARL Victoria VIVIAN L. KECLIK Victoria DWIGHT J. KEY Victoria MARY B. KILGORE Victoria 58 DONNA J. KINDER Point Comfort JAMES R. KINDER Point Comfort JUDY R. KING Victoria AMANDA L. KINKIER Victoria MARSHA L. KLEINECKE Cuero MARY A. KLEINECKE Cuero BERNARD J. KLOESEl FRANKIE J. KNEZEK ROBERT G. KNOWLES GWENDOLYN A. KOEHL Victoria MELVA J. KOEHL Victoria RONALD A. KOSLER Shiner 59 LAURA L. KREITZ George West GILBERT G. LALA Victoria ALLEN W. LANGE Victoria CARL G. LANSFORD Port Lavaca CAROLYN LARSON Port Lavaca MELANY S. LASSERRE Victoria ROY M. LAWRENCE Victoria CAROL J. LEATHERWOOD DOUGLAS R. LEDKINS MARVIN E. LESIKAR Victoria RALPH W. LETSINGER KenecJy WILLIAM H. LEUR Victoria 60 DENNIS W. LEWIS Henderson, Kentucky ETTA D. LONG Victoria ALEX L. MASEDA Port Lavaca CAREY M. AAAUER Cuero DOLORES A. AAAYER Victoria ANNA T. McALPINE Victoria GARY McBRIDE Point Comfort E. ADELE McCLEARY Victoria CLEO F. McCORMICK Victoria LESLIE c. McDonald Port Lavaca WILLIAM A. McDonald Nursery WILLIAM V. McELVEEN Victoria FAIRYE a. McGINNIS Victoria DEE W. McGOWAN Victoria ALTON G. McKEITHEN Bloom ington RONNIE E. McKINNEY Victoria JEAN McLACHLAN Victoria 62 EDDIE L McNEESE Vanderbilt GARY F. MEISSNER Victoria CHARLES H. MEITZEN Rosenburg EDWIN L. MEYER Victoria ALTON R. MIGURA Yorktown LENORA H. MIKULA Victoria ROSEMARY L. MIKULA Victoria TIAWW L. MIKULENKA Hallettsville MICHAEL W. MILBY Edna BARBARA A. MILLER Victoria JACK L. MILLER Victoria GENNY L. MILLICAN Victoria 63 LEWIS G. MOORE WILLIAM J. MOREAU BEN J. MOYA DENNIS V. MRAZ Shiner ANTONIO NAVARRO Victoria KATHERINE J. NELSON Victoria KARIN J. NEUMANN Victoria GOLA ANN NEWMAN Bloomington LYNDA C. NEWTON Vanderbilt JACOB H. NICHOLS Tomball RICHARD D. NIEMANN SUSAN J. NOLEN 64 m Mk ARDITH W. NORRIS Victoria LINDA L. NUCKOLS Bloomington ESMERGILDO G. NUNEZ Victoria MARY KATHERINE O ' NEILL Yoakum ROBERT W ORSAK Victoria SANDRA K. OWENS Victoria HELEN E. PARGAC Victoria GLENN R. PARKAN Victoria DENNIS R. PATTON Victoria MARTHA ANN PEKAR Port Lavaca RUDY G. PENA, JR. Victoria EVELYN PENNINGTON Cuero 65 iilil LINDA Wl. PENNINGTON Cuero THOAAAS D. PETRU HENRY C. PFENNINGER DENNIS B. PICKRELL Yoakum DONNA L. PICKRELL Yoakum MARILYN M. PIEPER Cuero MELVIN V. PODSIM Yorktown RONALD A. POLLARD Victoria AUDREY R. PORTER Bridgeport JAMES H. POWERS Port Lavaca WILLIAM F. POWITZKY Victoria ELIZABETH M. POZZI 66 JACKIE R. PYLE Vanderbilt MICHAEL P. RABENALDT Telferner EDWARD G. RADIMAK Victoria PHILLIP W, RALEY RUTH J. RAMIREZ LARRY K. RANDOLPH FRANK R. RAY Victoria R. ENNIS REDDING Victoria W. DENNIS REDDING Victoria ROBERT M. REGAN Port Lavaca ANDREA L. REID Victoria ROBERT J. RENDON Victoria 67 ALINE F. RESSMAN GoHad EMILIA G. REYES Victoria SYLVIA M. REYNA WILLIAM C. RIDDLE, JR. Edna EVELYN A. ROBERTS Victoria JOHN B. RODGERS Berclair PETER P. ROJAS LINDA J. ROMBACH Point Comfort KATHERINE ROCS JOHNNY P. ROTHBAUER Hallettsville PEGGY ROUSH ROYCE L. RUSSELL 68 PATSY A. RUX Victoria LEVADA C. RYAN Victoria ROSITA SAENZ Victoria SARILYN SALZIGER Victoria HERBERT J. SCHOENER Victoria KENNETH W. SCHOENER Port Lavaca LOUIS SCHOTT III Hallettsville PEGGY M. SCHULTZ Cuero GENE W. SCHWIERZKE Tivoli THOMAS S. SCOTT Balboa, Canal Zone KENNETH R. SEILER Goliad DONALD R. SELBY Victoria 69 tf. lfc BARBARA L. SHANNON Port Lavaca JERRY L. SHELTON MICHAEL H. SHERMAN KATHRYN A. SHURBER Victoria ROBERT €. SISTI Victoria WILLIAM R. SISTRUNK Victoria CHARLES L. SKIRLOCK Victoria CHARLES W. SLAUGHTER Victoria GARY L. SMITH Victoria JOSEPH C. SMITH Victoria NANCY J. SMITH GoliacJ TERESA L. SMITH Victoria 70 WILLIAW. R. SMITH Victoria WILLIE W. SMITH Bloomingfon ROBERT T. SPARKMAN Victoria BARBARA A. STANLEY Port Lavaca JOE C. STEELHAMMER Victoria RONNIE C. STIEGLER San Antonio iiMii ROBERT A. STLUKA Shiner ROGER L. STOCKBAUER Victoria THALIA P. STOILIS Victoria EUGENE M. STRECKFUS Houston VlflLLIAM G. SUMMERS Victoria DIANA F. SWOBODA Victoria 71 ALICE SYLVA Port Lavaca JAMES R. TAIT Victoria DONALD S. THEDFORD NANCY K. THOMPSON Victoria CAROL F. TIMME Victoria MARSHALL W. TOLBERT CAROL S. TOM Victoria JOSEPH L. TOTAH Victoria RONALD J. TREPTOW Yoakum DIANA L. TRIANA Victoria JAMES G. TYLICH Victoria KATHY URBAN Cuero 72 LAWRENCE URESTI, JR. Victoria VERNON VENGHAUS Rock Island VELIA VILLAREAL Port Lavaca ROBERT E. VINCENT Victoria SYLVIA A. WACKER Victoria DORIS J. WAGENER Yoakum CAROL E. WAGNER Victoria DONNIE K. WALL Bloomington DEANNA L. WALLACE Victoria ROBERT W. WAITERS Yoakum RICHARD G. WALTHER Point Comfort ROGER P. WARNOCK Bloomington 73 DWAYNE A. WAR2ECHA Hallettsville EVELYN J. WEBB Victoria GAYLE S. WEBB Victoria JUDY L. WHITAKER Port Lavaca MARY L. WILLIAMS Goliad PATRICIA L. WILLIAMS Victoria LA VIAR A. WINDBERG Goliad 74 OWEN W. WINDHAM Victoria ANTON H. WITTE, JR. SUZANNA V. WOODS 4t KI JANE D. WYATT Victoria GERALD W. WYNN Bloomington JUDY L. YARBROUGH Victoria DANIEL J. YOUNG Victoria DOROTHY M. ZAPALAC JOSEPH A. ZEUTZIUS 75 76 , % ' Organizations 77 ROW ONE: Miss Louise Hume, Keith Markley, Byron Cox, Paula Pribyl. ROW TWO: Larry Goff, Dorothy Weber, Ronald Pollock, Linda Hausmann. ROW THREE: Robert Regan, Lana Jenkins, Roger Stockbauer, Thalia Stoilis. Student Council Eighty-nine Ninety-one . 78 C®[LLE01 Ninety Ninety-two . College Forum ROW ONE; Elizabeth Pozzi, Carolyn Poole, Keith Markley, Mrs. Wilma Felger. ROW TWO: Sandra Campbell, Paula Pribyl, John l cagers, Byron Cox, Lloyd Davis, Leslie Totah. The College Forum, sponsored by Mrs. William Felger, is a service organization com- posed of students with an interest in current events. They serve as hosts during registra- tion and assist with Career Day activities. 79 Science Clul) ROW ONE: Ronald Kosler, Robert Stiuka, Alan Kalich, Charles Heller, Robert Garcia. ROW TWO: Pablo Garza, Edith Greer, Carol Sue Tom. ROW THREE: Mr. Roland Beard, Ronald Tietz, Larry Coker, Robert Schramek, Ronald Sawey. Engineering Club ROW ONE: Robert Farmer, Patsy Rux, Mr. Herbert Sergeant. ROW TWO: Richard Farmer, Edward Johnson, Garvis Davis, Anton Witte, Bobby Grant, James Littleton. ROW THREE: Ronald Pollard, Glen Parkan, Dennis Boehm, Jim Tylich, Joe Albrecht, Robert Knowles. 80 ROW ONE: Pat Liford, Marian Musselman, Lana Jenkins, Patricia Williams, Elizabeth Pozzi, Mrs. Jessica Warnlof. ROW TWO; Mrs. Lois Rowland, Paula Pribyl, Nelva Krueger, Carolyn Poole, Nanci Bransford, Marilyn Pieper, Dorothy Weber. ROW THREE: Roger Stockbauer, David Hanselka, Ronald Sawey, Bobby Gerhardt, Robert Schramek. Phi Theta Kappa President Pat Liford, Vice-President Ronald Sawey, Secretary Marian Musselman, Treasurer Dorothy Web er. 81 ROW ONE: Shirley Sensat, Kathleen Hummel, Joanie Horton, Sharon Fowler, Lynn Smith, Evelyn Webb, Patricia Juarez, Mary Kathryn O ' Neill. ROW TWO: Neva Povi ell, Sandra Gibson, Donna Pickrell, Nanci Bransford, Mary Beth Kilgore, Nancy Harrison, Nancie DeVilbiss, Linda Pennington, Peggy Schultz, Suzanne Woods, Mrs. Ruth Williams. ROW THREE: Donnie Wall, Frank Perez, Ronald Jones, Hernan Jaso, Marshall Tolbert, Bill Riddle, Clifton Gips, Robert Regan, Pete Gonzales, Jackie Jecker. ROW FOUR: Dan Dulnig, Dennis Pickrell, Garland Weber, Garvis Davis, Jerry Lancaster, Marvin Janecek, Leonard Payne, Joe Greenlees, M. J. Gooch, Charles Carsner, James Payne, Hugo Dittert. College Choir Remember the encores when Ronnie Jones sang for assembly? VQCTOIISDA 82 I Aggie Club ROW ONE: Richard Baker, Judy Harris, Nancy Fanning, Iris Kalich, Jean Wagener, Mr. V. T. Kallus. ROW TWO: Ronald Kosler, Leon Vasek, Robert Sriuka, Dwayne Warzecha, Michael Milby, Amanda Kinkier, Diana Swoboda. ROW THREE: Thomas Petru, Vernon Tovi nsend, John Rodgers, John Haas, Bill Billings. ROW FOUR: Gerald Bludau, Dennis Mraz, Erwin Jemelka, David Hanselka, Billy Powitzky, Bill Summers, Robert Pargmann, Leon Don- nelly, Charles Janak. Business Club ROW ONE: Emma Reyes, Gloria DeLosSanfos, Dolores Mayer, Susan Nolen, Janice Willard, Barbara Stanley, Donna Kinder, Janelle Loyd, Donna Lorfing, Judy Jaschke. ROW TWO: Ruth Ramirez, Mary Garza, Jalayne Alkek, Sudie Johnson, Linda Jackson, Carol Leafherwood, Mary O ' Neill, Nelda Griffith, Alvina Gregorczyk, Barbara Berger, Laura Kreitz, Carey Mauer, Glenda Goldsum, Mary Gwosdz. ROW FOUR: Jerry Boles, Marshall Tolberf, John Rodgers, Robert Regan, Gail DePine, Betty Smith. 83 T.S.E.A. ROW ONE: Mr. Robert Moore, Sharon Fowler, Sylvia Reyna, JoAnn Glenn, Kay Owens. ROW TWO: Rebecca Oliver, Jean Gillig, Pat Liford, Paula Pribyl, Dorothy Weber, Sylvia Wacker. Art Club ROW ONE: Edward Angerstein, Richard Mauer, Sarilyn Salziger, Helen Pargac, Gwendolyn Koehl, Paulette Wells. ROW TWO: Julius Arlitt, Mrs. Ethel Thurmond, Mark Dierlam, Audrey Powers, Mercedes Crabtree, Margaret Hone. ROW THREE: Orville Dierlam, Lodovica Frier, Gary Smith, James O ' Niel, Herbert Schoener, Charles DeLeon. 84 ROW ONE: Sandra Gibson, Johce Campbell, Diana Swoboda, Mrs. Caroline Summers, Thalia Stoilis, Linda Pennington, Jerry Belle Hall. ROW TWO: Wesley Neel, Mark Patton, Bill Summers, John Rodgers, Sfeve Callaway, Michael Adamcik. Gavel Club 85 ROW ONE: Mary Beth Kilgore, Nancy Fanning, JoAnna Jetton, Marvin Janeeek. ROW TWO: Peggy Roush, Mary Garza, Alvina Gregorczyl , Gilbert DeLeon, Beatrice Zacek, Candido Casillas, Julia Hernandez, Pat Walker, Mary Jo Sullivan, David Lipscomb. ROW THREE: Joe Rendon, Vincent Ruiz, Abel Soto, Jerry Lancaster, Edgar Maeker, Linda Steubing, Stephen Dodson, Marilyn Pieper, George Ausec, Lynne Smith. ROW FOUR: John Williams, Keith Markley, Dan Dullnig, Jackie Pyle, Bill Riddle, Vernon Townsend, Hugo Dittert, Ralph Rodriquez, Harry Bruton, James Harrison. Pirate Band Drum Major Marvin Janeeek. Color Guards Gwendolyn Koehl, Janice Willard, Susan Nolen. Majorettes Carol Leathervi ' ood, Mary Beth Kilgore. 86 Sports Association ROW ONE: Genny Millican, Sarah Long, Andrea Reid, Joyce King, Elizabeth Fischer. ROW TWO: Mike Ryan, Esmergildo Nunez, Ronald Jones, Henry Schramek, Mr. Monroe Norfhcutt. ROW THREE: Archie McClure, Kenneth Johnson, Lew Blankenbaker, Roger Harralson, Joe Hassette. German Club f f il,c ROW ONE: Sandra Edvyards, Kathleen Hummel, Amanda Kinkier, Molly Duke, Lana Jenkins, Judy King. ROW TWO: Ronald Kisler, James Harrison, M. J. Gooch, Mike Cook, James O ' Neil, David Toalson, Robert Stiuka. 87 ROW ONE: Mary Beth Kilgore, Jean McLachlan, Wesley Aldis, Dorothy Weber. ROW TWO: Mr. Frank Deaver, Joe Smith, Donna Pickrell Marek, Steve Callaway. Wayne Jolly Roger EDITOR: Dorothy Weber NEWS— Hot off the press! 88 ROW ONE: Pat Liford, " Adele McCleary. ROW TWO: Nancy Thompson, Fairye McGinnis, Margaret Cummings. ROW THREE: Mr. Frank Deaver, Jean McLachlan, Mary Beth Kilgore, Steve Callaway. Pirate Adele McCleary PICTURES-But where do they go 89 ROW ONE: Olivia Gregory, Marsha Kleinecke, JoAnna Jetton, Sara Bishop, Kay Owens. ROW TWO: Ronnie Simmons, Barbara Miller, Linda Jackson, Nancy Harrison, Joyce Karl, Kathleen Hummel. ROW THREE: EdwarcJ Johnson, Andy Goss, Mack Judd, Miss Lucille Adair, Jackie Pyle, Roger Beasley. Baptist Student Union It looks like a game of some sort, but there doubt as to the rules. 90 m ' ' i Bfi H W ' 1 IB l i 3 " f ]M 1 j « Wi ' nLS % X 1 M ■ 1 B o 1 w Presbyterian Fellowship ROW ONE: Mrs. William Steele, Linda Pennington, Margaret Coslett, Diana Swoboda, Adele McCIeary. ROW TWO: Keith Markley, Ronnie McKinney, Joe Cone, Lloyd Davis, Steve Callaway. Lutherans ROW ONE: Joel Meador, Jeanne Wagener, Judith Jaschke, Sharon Fowler, Martha Farrar, Sylvia Wacker. ROW TWO: Don Sfrieber, Leslie Totah, Karen Neumann, Jo Ann Glenn, Nelva Krueger, Miss Esther Etzel, Pete Stoilis. ROW THREE: John Kiesling, Jacque Jecker, Sarilyn Salziger, Glenda Goldsum, Iris Kalich, Robert Pargmann, Robert Walters, Kenneth Gerdes, Dennis Lewis. 91 College Christians i s ROW ONE: Mike Williams, Carol Timme, Lana Jenkins, Eddy McNeese. ROW TWO: l r. Gary Underwood, Ronald Sawey, Charles Roberts. Methodist Student Movement ROW ONE: Mrs. Mary Doughtie, Pat Liford, Marian Musselman, Dorothy Beaver, Joyce Campbell. ROW TWO: Sandra Gibson, John Rodgers, Byron Cox, Gary Tindall, Fairye McGinnes. 92 ROW ONE: Cecilia Koch, Helen Pargac, Elizabeth Pozzi, Linda Hausmann, Gwendolyn Koehl, Evelyn Webb, Julia Gillian, Melba Buentello, Rosie Ortiz, Patricia Juarez, Antonia Navarro. ROW TWO: Mark Patton, Michael Adamcik, Betty Smith, Susie Woods, Mary O ' Neill, Julia Hernandez, Kath ' een Brosch, Mary Sarlls, Sandra Campbell. ROW THREE: Father Thomas Lyssy, Paula Pribyl, Dorothy Weber, Gail DePine, Joseph Perez, Herman Jaso, Veronica Olsovsky, Beatrice Zacek, Sue Gilley, Miss Ethel Thurmond. ROW FOUR: Robert Orsak, Ronald Kosler, Jerry Shelton, David Hanselka, Robert Sparkman, Paul Bonorden, Glenn Parkan, Robert Barrios, Vincent Ruiz. ROW FIVE: Mr. V. T. Kallus, Robert Strand, Dennis Boehm, Dennis Hraz, John Pozzi, Richard Chamrad, Roger Stock- bauer, Ben Montes, Louis Schott, Gary Meisner. Newman Club We tried to count how many went to the convention, but they wouldn ' stand still. 94 Favorites 95 All College Favorite Boy Keith Markley Keith Markley, president of the Student Coun- cil, is a pre-iaw major from Refugio. As a fresh- man, he was Vice-President of the Student Council and Most Popular of his class. He is a member of College Forum and the Presbyterian Youth Fel- lowship. 96 All College Favorite Girl Paula Pribyl, secretary of the Student Council, is an elementary education major from Victoria. She has been secretary of TSEA for two years, and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, College Forum and the Newman Club. 97 Freshman Class Favorites MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED JoAnna Jetton Dennis Lewis 98 Sophomore Class Favorites 99 BYRON COX Pre-Law Major Vice-President of Student Counci Friendliest Favorite College Forum Methodist Student Movement Victoria College Tennis Team Who ' s Who JEAN GILLIG Elementary Education Major Secretary of Sophomore Class Most Likely to Succeed Favorite T.S.E.A. Gavel Club Pirate Belle Lantana Festival Representative 100 LANA JENKINS Mathematics Major Vice-President of Freshman Class Association of College Christians Phi Theta Kappa German Club Pirate Belle Wlio ' s Who PAT LIFORD Secondary Education Major PIRATE Editor Phi Theta Kappa Methodist Student Movement German Club T.S.E.A. Victoria High School Representative 101 KEITH MARKLEY Government and Law Major President of Student Council All-College Favorite Boy College Forum Presbyterian Youth Fellowship Who ' s Who CAROLYN POOLE History Major College Forum Phi Theta Kappa Presbyterian Youth Fellowship 102 PAULA PRIBYL Elementary Education Major Secretary of Student Council All-College Favorite Girl T.S.E.A. Phi Theta Kappa College Forum Newman Club Pirate Belle Who ' s Who RONALD SAWEY Mathematics Major Phi Theta Kappa Most Likely to Succeed Favorite Science Club College Forum Association of College Christians 103 ROGER STOCKBAUER Physics Major President of Freshman Class Phi Theta Kappa Newman Club Who ' s Who DOROTHY WEBER Elementary Education Major Student Council Representative T.S.E.A. Phi Theta Kappa JOLLY ROGER Editor Speech Choir Newman Club Pirate Belle 104 sV ' I ' ii i y -■ f%ff . m 1963 Basketball Sweetheart Fairye McGinnes 105 r %r 1963 Western Sweetheart Linda Hausmann i . .- 1963 College Sweetheart Jean Gillig 107 LANA JENKINS FAIRYE AAcGINNES NANCY THOMPSON 108 Pirate Belles 109 110 Activities " Relax! Readinc assignments will be made Monday. " Tis but the First Thanks to the Student Council ' s directories, we found out where to call that certain someone. Planning for graduation— before it s too late Out-of ' tate students were welcomed at the get-acquainted party. Enjoying the shade before that first norther, 141 The Gavel Club must have a gavel. Sign ' em up! The BSU v ants to locate all prospects. There ' s More to Come! Fall assemblies were frequent— and don ' t forget to sign your attend- ance slip. • Union . . . There goes the ball ... It seems to bounce constantly. " Encore, Ronnie! " Battle of the sexes. Spirit-boosters at basketball games. and Gym Chorus and band— frequent entertainers at assemblies. Winter Wonderland at the Christmas Dance. Dances and . . . We danced thirty minutes in one spot! l O-oo-oh, that music sends me! 1 6 The Dance! " Let ' s sit this one out. " " Oriental Enchantment " 17 Evelyn Webb and Marshall Tolbert line up in January to show us how we should have done it in September. " Just your name, rank, and serial number on all 6,000 blanks, please. ' Registration . . . " But it can ' t be closed yet! I ' ve just got to take it then because of my job! " " Six straight hours on Mondays? Oh well, I ' m supposed to be diet- ing anyhow. " 118 ' r I " Here, Miss Dabney, I think I ' m finished— ( in more ways than one) Confusion ! " Money, money, money! I thought an education was supposed to PAY! " " Surely not all these books— I didn ' t sign up for weight-lifting. " 119 Queen in a Stetson. Vernon Townsend crowns Linda Haus- .A ' Invasion Mr. Nichols and Mr. Kallus rode in style. The sheriff has a prisoner, but the prisoner has friends. Best beard. Dean Stormont announced Glenn Hackstedt winner by a hair. Barbecue— all you can eat. of the Horses " Under the double eagle. ' And fun to follow. Nine girls and one cow. 121 Lab exams came first vhile finals were being prepared. Last-minute cramming was not always in the library. Finals - Why can ' t I remember?? 122 Ax Classrooms were quiet that week! Ready or Not! The results were soon known So were teachers ' offices! back to the Union. Dr. W. W. Jackson, Chairman of the State Board of Education, addressed graduates, their families and friends, at Commencement exercises in Victoria ' s Baptist Temple. Commencement Ronald Sawey and Pat Liford shared high honors as Co- Valedictorians. Carolyn Poole, graduate with third high honors, gets a helping hand with her academic regalia. 124 May 24, 1963 " Thanks for the handshake and congratulations, bu just give me that dioloma! " " Whew! That ' s over! Now let ' s get these robes turned in and get out of here! " 125 126 Athletics 127 Victoria Pirates Basketball Nov. 27 Victoria Nov. 30 Victoria Dec. 3 Victoria Dec. 7 Victoria Dec. 8 Victoria Dec. 10 Victoria Dec. 14 Victoria Dec. 17 Victoria Jan. 3 Victoria Jan. 5 Victoria Jan. 10 Victoria Jan. 11 Victoria Jan. 22 Victoria Jan. 24 Victoria Jan. 28 Victoria Feb. 2 Victoria Feb. 4 Victoria Feb. 6 Victoria Feb, 10 Victoria Feb. 11 Victoria Feb. 12 Victoria Feb. 15 Victoria Feb. 19 Victoria ' Denotes Gulf Coast SEASON RECORD College 82 San Antonio College . -. 68 College 66 San Jacinto College 85 College --49 U. of Houston Freshmen 94 College 63 San Antonio Tournament _ 85 College - 57 San Antonio Tournament _ _ 71 College 87 St. Thomas University 71 College 84 Wharton Junior College . .. 96 College 59 Schreiner Institute 67 College. .58 San Antonio College 67 College 65 Rice University Freshmen --- 17 College - 61 U. of Houston Freshmen 83 College 72 Schreiner Institute 64 College -79 Southmost College 56 College 76 Wharton Junior College -- 85 College 74 St. Thomas University 68 College -67 Trinity University Freshmen 68 College ---73 Rice University Freshmen -- 61 College 69 San Jacinto College 71 College -104 Del Mar College 107 College 81 Trinity University Freshmen 66 College 70 Texas University Freshmen _- 77 College 76 Del Mar College 86 College 75 Southmost College 43 Junior College Athletic Conference COACH ' ' STUMP " H. E. EVANS 128 LEW BLANKENBAKER LEON VASEK Co--Captain Co-Csptain Center Center Pekin, Indiana AAoulton, Texas Compefifion was keen under the basket as the Pirates fought to overcome a lack of height. JAMES BOOKER JIM FELKINS Center Center Kenedy, Texas Victoria, Texas 129 Glenn Hackstedt " jumps " against the Schreine Institute center to get another game underway. GLENN HACKSTEDT Forward Rosenberg, Texas KENNETH KELSO Guard Austwell, Texas 130 RONNIE STIEGLER Forward San Antonio, Texas RONNIE NEWTON Manager Victoria, Texas 131 1963 Pirate Cheerleaders - -••r I ' «1S v DIANA SWOBODA FAIRYE McGINNES Head Cheerleader JO JO JETTON 133 Victoria Pirates Track TRACK SCHEDULE 1963 March 2 San Antonio College Inv tational San Antonio 1st place March 8-9 Border Olympics 2nd place Laredo March 13 Blinn Invitational 1st place Brenham March 16 Pirate Relays 1st place Victoria March 23 Harlandale Relays 1st place San Antonio March 29 Alamo Heights 1st place San Antonio April 5-6 Texas Relays Austin April 10 Blinn Relays 2nd place Brenham April 13 South Western Relays Lafayette, La. April 18 Lee Relays 2nd place Baytown May 2 Texas, Rice, A M Fresh men Austin May 18 National Meet 3rd place Big Spring COACH MONROE NORTHCUTT TRACK TEAM: ROW ONE: Richard Chamrad, Archie McClure (co-captain), Greg Silva, Jim Tylich, and Alfred Dworsky. ROW TWO: Gabriel Calzada, John Kiesling, John Brandon, Ronnie Jones, and Roger Harralson, Man- ager. ROW THREE: Roger Kirkwood (co-captain), Charles Meitzen, Kenneth Littlefield, and Charles Butler. ROW FOUR: Albert Alvarado, Timm Mikulenka, Hensley Weaver, Gerald Wynn, and Coach Monroe Northcutt. ARCHIE McCLURE sprint relay, high jump, broad jump, high hurdles, low hurdles Galena Park ROGER KIRKWOOD lile, 880, 440, mile relay, javelin Victoria JOHN BRANDON sprint relay, 440, mile relay Corpus Christ! CHARLES BUTLER shot put, discus Freer 135 ALFRED DWORSKY hurdles, high jump Bloomlngton JIM FELKINS hurdles, high jum p Victoria RONNIE JONES 100, 220, sprint relay Brownwood JOHN KIESLING 440, mile relay Logansport, Ind. KENNETH LITTLEFIELD 100, sprint relay Shiner CHARLES MEITZEN 880, mile relay Rosenberg 136 TIAAM MIKULENKA 220, sprint relay, 100 Hallettsville GREG SUVA 880, mile Cleveland JIM TYLICH hurdles, pole vault, high jump, mile relay Victoria HENSLEY WEAVER shot put, discus Port Lavaca GERALD WnCNN shot put, discus Bloomington ROGER HARRALSON Manager Refugio 137 ■JS Victoria Pirates Tennis Won 2 RECORD Lost 4 Tied 1 MIKE SHERMAN Victoria STERLING BAILEY Victoria COACH MARSHALL McCLEARY •f. ' - BYRON COX Victoria FRANK RAY Victoria 139 Victoria Pirates Golf GOLF TEAM; Buddy Arlitf, Kenny Arnold, Clifton Gips, Billy Riddle, and Coach Harold Gardne Conference team winners: CLIFTON GIPS and BILLY RIDDLE. BUDDY ARLITT 140 MIRIAM HOLBROOK Basketball Freethrow Girls ' ■{ . pi ' y-rrv T BL A ffA m. ' ' I % i s lli DIANA SWOBODA Paddle Tennis Singles A-LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: ROW ONE: Docia Clement, Sara Long, Jalayne Alkek, Genny Millican. ROW TWO: Carey Mauer, Sherry Rogers, Miriam Holbrook, and Ma udie Gilmore. Intramurals SARA LONG and JOYCE KING Paddle Tennis Doubles B-LEAGUE OUT-OF-TOWNERS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS: ROW ONE: Donna Pickrell, Marsha Kleinecke. ROW TWO: Linda Pennington, Mary Gwosdz, Velores Benton, and Paulette Wells. 141 MARGARET COSLETT and CAROLYN POOLE Table Tennis Doubles AAAUDIE GILMORE and DIANA SWOBODA Badminton Doubles Girls ' Intramurals DONNA PICKRELL Table Tennis Singles MISS ESTHER ETZEL Girls ' PE Instructor DIANA SWOBODA Tennis Singles and Badminton Singles Boys ' VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS: ROW ONE: Johnny Rothbauer, Robert Knowles, Jay Winfield, Jii Bujnoch. ROW TWO: Joe Cone, Jimmy Rothbauer, Louis Schott, Thomas Petru. jj n 1 H ■- «■ i Hl Jl |P 1 la B Sr ROBERT TRIPSON Jasketball Freethrow Intramurals BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS: ROW ONE: Bobby Orsak, Lynn Beams. ROW TWO: Gerald Taylor, Alfred Dworsky, Louis Schotf, James Harrison, Gerald Wynn. 143 FLAG FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS: ROW ONE: Keith Markley, Bobby Orsak, Hugo Kolterman, Gerald Taylor, Lynn Beams. ROW TWO: Archie AAcClure, Raymond Goodwin, Roger Wulf, Carl Bellis, Kenneth Littlefield. ROW THREE: James Harrison, Stanley Junek. COACH AAONROE NORTHCUTT Boys ' PE Instructor Boys ' Intraraurals Fall action on the flag football field. WEIGHT-LIFTERS: Donnie Wail, 5ackie Pyle, Gerald Wyn Kenneth Littlefield, Constantine Stoilis. TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANT 144 .% - .•J I ' ' Si ' ' ' . ' WV ' MiVi " . " ' ' I . w, " . fSt: V) r ) « ; ', -w:» ' ,V K ' " ••■;. v ( « 44 VoM

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