The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 13, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 12, 1960 Page: 1 of 8
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"SERVING TARLETON STATE COLLEGE SINCE ISIS"
Box 337, T-arleton Station
STEPHEN VTLBE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1960 NUMBER 13,
Mr. Fanning Urges .
Early Fee Payment
To Avoid Final Rash
'Miss Flo Smith, 19-year~old
Tarleton student from Newcastle
"who was involved in one of the
worst wrecks to ever occur in
Young County, is reported in fair
Jliss Smith suffered internal in-
juries, broken ribs, a broken arm,
facial lacerations, and a cut foot.
The coed's mother, Mrs. Elzy
Smiths reported Friday morning
fhat Flo was feeling bettor and is
out;of the oxygen tent at times.
The eight victims of the accident
were all from Newcastle. Five of
the eight were silled. Miss Smith
has i not yet been told of the
deaths of her friends.
Any cards or letters 'students
wish to send should be addressed
to Miss Flo Smith, Olt'.cy Hamil-
ton Hospital, Olncy, Texas. Miss
Smith will not be able to return to
egllege for some time,, but she
Would welcome cards and letters
i from her many friends.
Gerald Fanning, TSC business
manager, urged all students to-
day to pay their fees early to
avoid the last-minute rush and
confusion during registration,
"Tuition and fees, except labora-
tory fees, must be paid before a
student can begin the registration
proceedure," the office of the reg-
istrar announced in a bulletin re-
After fees, including parking per-
mits, have been paid, registration
material may 6e picked up at the
south door of the Recreation Hall.
This material must be completed
before entering. The administra-
Production to Be
Eleven nets have been lined tip
for'the Kamous Kapers Variety
"gKo\v"scifEduled for Feb. 9 at Tar-
leton College it was revealed this
week by Hilmar Wagner, band di-
Wagner said he is expecting to
have one of the most diversified
shows ever to appear at Tarleton
"Dance, instrumental, and vocal
numbers will be included in the
show," Wagner said. The show will
include, two or three numbers by
the Modern Dance class directed
by Miss Bettijo Rogers, dances by
Don Brown and partner, the Facul-
ty Quartet compiled of Lewis
„ Woodard, Dr. O. A. Grant, Dr.
William B. Martin, and D. C. Due
Other arts slated will feature
the Moonshiners, a student quar-
tet/ folk songs by Alice Sheffield,
' *Capt. Joe Burkett on the "Devil
Stick," a trumpet solo by Mayor
J. Louis (Clyde McCoy) Evans,
David Murdock and Donna Lowry
.featured on the aceordian and vo-
cals by Gloria Gates and Lavonne
The Tophatters, Tarleton's stage
.band, will also play several num-
: bers. The proceeds from the va-
' riety show will go to the Scholar-
For Final Exams
The final exam schedule for the
fall semester of the 1959-00 school
year as released by the office of
the Registrar is as follows:
Friday morning, Jan. 22, I960,
8 a.m.-ll a.m.—All clasnes that
meet at 91 MWF..
Saturday morning, Jan. 23, 8
a,m.-ll a.m.—All classes that
meet at 9 TTS.
Monday morning, Jan, 26, I960,
8 a.m.-ll a.m.—AH classes that
meet at 8 MWF.
Monday afternoon, Jan. 25,'1960,
1 p.m.-4 p.m.—All classes that
meet at 11 MWF.
Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 26,
1960, 1 p.m.-4 p.m.—All classes
that meet at 10 TTS.
Wednesday morning, Jan. 27,
1960, ,8 a.m.-ll a.m.—All classes
that meet at 11 TTS,
Thursday morning, Jan 28, 1960,
8 a.m.-ll a.m.—All classes that
meet at 8 TTS,
Thursday afternoon, Jan. 28,
1960, 1 p.m,-4 p.m.—All classes
that meet at 10 MWF.
Grades will be due ill the Re-
gistrar's office on or "before Fri-
day afternoon, 5 p.m., Jan 29,
1960. It would appreciated if
grades would be turned in
as soon as each section is complet-
Classes not shown on this sche-
dule will be scheduled by the in-
structor concerned at any time
during the Examination Period,
Jan. 22-28, 1960.
Any deviation from this sched-
ule must be cleared by the instruc-
tor with the Registrar's Office,
tion formg should be printed.
Upon "completion of the regis-
tration material, students will en-
ter the Administration Building at
the west door according to the des-
gnated alphabetcal lsting.
Proceed to the tables ;n.the lob-
by of the Registrar's Office and
present the blue fees receipt. New
students must also present an en-
trance card, which can be obtained
at the registrar's office before
payment of fees.
Students will take from the reg-
istrar's office the entrance card,
for new students only, their fee
receipt, two schedule cards, an as-
signment card, and an instruction
sheet. From the office of the reg-
istrar, students will proceed to
their respective counselors, who
will be in. the rooms listed on the
All male students will then go
to room 20? of the Administration
Building for consultation and ad-
visement concerning R. O. T. C.
After receiving advice concerning
R. O. T. C,, students will proceed
to other departments for sectioniz-
ing. Numbers of rooms in whieh
each section is located are also
listed on the1 instruction sheet.
After the sectioning- process,
students should go to their re-
spective division heads. Engineer-
ing students, including Industrial
Arts, industrial Education, Me-
chanic Arts, Physics and Trades
and Industries, will go to Mi*.
Do^emus in room 203.
Agriculture students, including
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SOCK HOP HYSTERICS—Several new campus euties made
their appearance Saturday night at the Los Caballeros-DST
sock hop. the "euties" could not all be identified, but it is
suspected that the one in the towel sarong is "Eugenie"
Johnson and the one in the center with the skinny legs is
"Treasey" Miller Guim. They had no difficulty getting
partners for every "dance, it was reported.
TSC judging Team Holds
Contest at College Farm
Freshmen Will Hold
Class Meeting Today
C. J. Smith, president of the
Freshman class, last week called
for what he said, ". . . may be
the most important class meeting
of the year," at IH^O1 p.m. today
in the Main Auditorium. 1-le urged
all Freshmen to attend.
The primary reason for the
meeting- is to discuss what the
main function for the spring
semetqr will be. The student
council will also give the class a
progress report from the first
Smith has also asked for Billy
Bob Sandford,.student body presi-
dent, to give a report on the plans
in the making for four-year status.
"Opinions of each class member
will be essential, so if for no other
reason, everyone should be there,"
Mrs. Madaline Sullenderger, din-
ing hall official, announced last
week that there will be a hot sup-
per served from 4:30 to 5:15, Jan.
" Students are requested to eat
early and leave the dining area as
soon as possible because of the
athletic banquet that will be serv-
ed that Friday night.
A team from San Angelo Col-
lege won first place honors and
Howard Kroll of Sam Houston
State College won first place in-
71, Dies at Home .
- Mrs. Jennie Livingston, 71, one
of the first employes of the TSC
Pullorum lab, died of a heart at-
tack at her home Dec. 30, 1959.
Mrs. Livingston began working
in the lab when it was organized
in the fall of ,1944 and worked for
fifteen years until the Christmas
holidays of 1959. She had the dis-
tinction of being the only original
Pullorum lab employee still. in
service, and the eldest lab em-
ployee from the point of service.
She was in charge of the wash
room and saw that all equipment
was kept clean and sterile.
She was born in Lingleville,
Texas and attended school there.
She married Sam Livingston, who
preceded her in death in 1921, and
moved to Stephenville in 1923,
Survivors include a daughter,
Mrs. Paul Fromer of Germany, a
son, Kyle Livingston of Dallas,
three grandchildren, two sisters
and two brothers.
Services were held at 2 p.m. on
January 4, 1960, in the Church of
Christ, Stephenvile, and burial was
in the East Side Cemetery, Lingle-
Retired Band Director,
Dennis G. Htinewell, Dies
dividual honors in the first In-
tercollegiate Livestock Judging
Contest ai> Tarleton State College
The San Angelo team of Manley
Holmes, Hilbern Brisco and Gene.
Weyerts garnered 2,151 points to
win the first place banner in the
junior college-university freshmen
division Jtroni 10 teams represent-
ing universities and colleges
In second place was the Sam
Houston. State Teachers College
team with 2,144 and the freshman
team from Howard Payne took
third with 2,049.
San Angelo.was also the sopho-
more division winner with 2,192
points' and Sam Houston State cop-
ped high honors in the senior col-
lege division with 2,186' points.
Points were given on the basis
of 2700 being a perfect score.
The Tarleton State College
team, serving as the host school,
was not considered in the judging.
A tie for second place individual
occurred between Aubrey Stone o£
Sam Houston State and Manely
Holmes of San Angelo in tha
JC-univevsity freshmen class.
Stone and Holmes each had 722
The sophomore individual rank-
ings, Donald Herrin of San Angelo
with 765 points won first place.
Charles Ahrens of Southwest Tex-
as State Teachers College was sec-
ond with 739 and Layton Black
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Retired TSC band director Den-
nis G. Hunewell, in whose honor
DENNIS G. HUNEWELL
Honewell Park is named, died in
his hospital bed Sunday morning,
Dec. 19, at 83 years of age.
Funeral services were held at
St. Brei Ion's Catholic Church
Tuesday, Dec. 21, with the Rev.
A. Hayes officiating. Burial was
at West End Cemetery.
The ret: red director came to Ste-
phenville in 1920, and began work-
ing out a board program which
would familiarize the name of Tar-
leton State College in every cor-
ner of the state. The military band
was used extensively by Mr. Hune-
well in His campaign to publicize
the college.- The .TSC devotee's
name became known "in virtually
every county in Texas," many of
which provided TSC with students
as a result of Mr. Ilttnewell's vig-
Senior Prexy Calls
Meeting for Friday
James Rivers, sophomore class-
president, has called a class meet-
ing for Friday at 12:80 p.m. in
the Main' Auditorium. There will
be a continuation of the letter that
was read at the last meeting, Riv-
Accomplishments of the commit-
tee appointed and approved by tha
class to work out the, possibiltiea
that (1) the class now and in tha
future be governed by rules other
than social club rules, and (2) a
social activities calendar be print-
ed ono semester in advance, will be
discussed, ho said. ■
Also on the agenda for discus-
sion is the. proposal from several
class members, of both Freshmen
and Sophomore classes to begin
an annual "Fun Day" or "Junior-
Senior Barbeque Day" to fall on
the first Saturday in May each
5rear , , .
- "-All Seniors are urged to at-
tend," Rivers said, "in order that
next sajjnester's activities and pos-
sible changes may he fully dis-
. cussed."- - .
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