Stock and Stolon Sponsor
Annual Fiesta Rodeo
A n interest in agriculture is the only requirement for membership in Stock and Stolon.
The organization, which functions as both a social and service group, annually produces
the world's largest inter-collegiate rodeo during Frontier Fiesta at the University.
Members also participate in the various activities of the Houston Fat Stock Show and
numerous agricultural programs in the Houston area. Their activities include dances, hay-
rides, and beach parties.
Formed in 1949 by the agricultural department of the Houston Chamber of Commerce
and the Houston Farm and Ranch Club, Stock and Stolon strives to promote agricultural
opportunities in the Gulf Coast region.
At bottom left are FRONT: Kenneth Wiesman, president; Oran Little, vice president;
Dianne Peterson, secretary; Guy Woodruff, Board of Governors; R. B. Ledbetter, treasurer;
Johnny Foster, Board of Governors.
FRONT: David Waits, Suzanne Chinn, Lucille
Brister, Dianne Peterson, Jean McLemore,
Abby Murphy, Bill Ransdell, Kenneth Wiesman. SECOND: Oran Little, Harold Sheffield,
Fritz Zimmerer, Johnny Foster, R. B. Ledbetter, Donnie Mintz, Harold Pieratt. THIRD:
Charles B. Hart, Denny McCoy, Allen Sanders,
Gary Carr, Pete Accurso, Johnny Fisher, Carl
Viters. BACK: Donnie R. Weitzel, Keith Orm-
ston, Eddie Olson, Guy Woodruff, John T.
Carter, Laron E. Golden, Matt Morris.