Monthly meetings and tours provide opportunities for members of the
Propeller Club to exchange and gain
knowledge of maritime and related
areas of transportation.
A trip to the W.P. Hobby Airport,
an excursion through the Southern
Pacific Freight Yards and a touring
party on the Stella Sykes ship were
major activities last year.
In the fall the Propeller Club co-
sponsored a membership drive and
several mixers with Delta Nu Alpha,
To encourage further interest, professional agencies awarded fifty percent of the club's membership transportation scholarships.
FRONT ROW: Bud Wylie, Jeryl Moseley, H.
L. Rooney, Malcolm Fowler, Johnny Bell. BACK
ROW: Ben Will, Kevin Ryan, Mike Lively,
Donald Graham, James Ross, Dr. Norman Daniel,
As a drama organization, the Red
Masque enables students to display
their dramatic abilities for constructive
criticism by the group. One-act plays,
puppet shows and children's theatre
productions are various undertakings
sponsored by the Red Masque.
One-act plays presented last year
included "Special Guest", "High Window" and "Funeral". An important
children's theatre production was
"Will Alice Become Queen or Will
the Queen Beheading Alice Off?" a
take-off on Alice in Wonderland.
At the Spring Banquet, the Red
Masque presented the Best Actor, Best
Actress and Best Technical Student
FRONT ROW: Jim S. Warren, president; Rox-
anne Albrecht, treasurer; Chris Mathews, program chairman; Dr. David Larson, advisor. SECOND ROW: Irene Corkern, Marnley K. Cooper,
Colleen Fellows, Sandy Havens. THIRD ROW:
Cherie White, Pearl Fishman, Vicki Crow, Diane
Harris. FOURTH ROW: Pat Evans, Gayle Mitchell, Mary Ann Camp; Marilynn S. Lambert,
Bob Wolfe. BACK ROW: Mary Eaton, Robert
Williams, John M. VanDyck, Don Johnson.