THE STOCK AND STOLON CLUB
John Wayne and Ward Bond being made honorary members of the
Stock and Stolon Club by president, Ercell Jeter, Jr., at the annual
Farm and Ranch Club auction.
Standing: Al Robertson, Spring president, and Ercell Jeter, Jr., Fall
president. Seated: Joan Russell, Rodeo secretary and club Sweetheart,
Vernon Lamb, Rodeo chairman.
First row: Elsie Cole, Jeanette Lamb, Drue Teddlie, Katie Satterwhite, Joan Russell, Betty Ann Frucht, Jean Fontenelle, Elsie Pitchford, Madeen Marks,
Sponsor; Harold Clark, Sponsor. Second row: Thomas Vaughn, Lyle Simpton, Roberto Sadino, Johnny Bobbitt, J. W. Watson, Don Beardsley, Leon
Sykes, Bill Laney, Al Robinson, Ercell Jeter, Garlano Jones, Bob Le Mond, Sponsor; Gerald L. Hamm. Third row: Jack Greer, Muray Batt, Martin Molales,
Jimmy Lawrence, Bob Smith, Billy Jo Hawthorne, Joseph Yannush, R. B. Ledbetter, David Pollack, Kim Bray, Ray Caifee, John T. Carter. Top row: Wayne
Habermacher, Eldon Bucher, Vernon Lamb, Robert Baer, Mason Romans, Al Teddlie, Jerry Cabler, William Mayberry, Dr. John S. Williams.
Al Robertson President
David Pollock Vice President
Elsie Pitchford Secretary
Bill Laney Treasurer
_ Ercell Jeter
_ Al Teddlie
The Stock and Stolon Club was chosen to be the largest and most active college or university agricultural club in the
United States for 1954.
They were producers of the "world's largest intercollegiate rodeo," and participated in the Frontier Fiesta with a
concession. The Stock and Stolon Club engages in local agricultural programs both on and off the campus.
Being one of the top active organizations at the University, the club also finds time for a complete series of social
functions including dances, beach parties, and wiener roasts.
The Stock and Stolon Club participated in the Homecoming Parade, the Outlaw Drive, and Career Day.
The Club was organized in 1949, and is sponsored by the Agricultural Department, Houston Chamber of Commerce,
and the Houston Farm and Ranch Club.
PATSY GARRETT was chosen
Sweetheart of the Stock and
Stolon club and rodeo.