French High School - Buffalo Yearbook (Beaumont, TX)
- Class of 1950
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In the far future our .minds will roam back again to dear old French High School. As
we become comfortable, reading the latest edition of the Buffalo published by our own
teen-age sons and daughters, we shall recall those wonderful days we spent in high school.
Those were the days when everyone was looking forward to the football and basketball
boys' going to State ---- having home work in every subject ---- working nights on the annual ----
girls' wearing football jackets ---- waiting patiently for the junior senior prom, senior day,
and graduation ---- seeing the "A" student daydreaming out the window ---- everyone's humm-
ing "Mule Train" ---- pushing the Buffalo Staff for articles to be in on time ---- rehearsing
for the senior play ---- dissecting frogs in biology ---- going to assembly and seeing the beauti-
ful velvet curtain falling on the many plays given during the year ---- accepting the many
privileges obtained from the "Gilmer .Ache-in Bill" ---- attending the Friday night dances,
and our .many gossiping sessions. These are the memories of almost forgotten yesterdays
that come echoing through the halls to dance on the pages of this, the 1950 AVIATOR. So
now--on with--"The Song of the Years"!
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Because of his splendid leadership, sportsmanship and ability
in the classroom as Well as on the athletic field, his fri.endly
attitude, his persistent courage that has won him the deepest
admiration and respect of the entire school, especially the boys
with whom he works, we, the members of the Aviator .staff for the
1950 Aviator, hereby dedicate this annual to COACH BILL DUN-
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Congratulations upon the beauty and culture made evident through the selection of the
just as real music is a common language and bears the appreciation of all peoples, so
have the spirit and morale of the French High School cemented the respect and loyalty of
not only those who participate in the program but also those who respect education as it
applies to the academic, vocational, and social development of the individual.
Through the following poem appears expressive of the past, may it be equally applic-
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One of the sweetest melodies of life is the activities of youth
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part of students. Such is the melody of French High School. Our
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1 BILL ANGER UNALEA AYRES RAYMOND BARROW
Even though this is Bill's first In this case beauty and brains go "Dee Dee" is a wonderful athlete
year at French, he has gained the well together. and has won a place in our hearts
friendship of this class and the -:To be a Successful business Wo- forever.
entire School' manandlaterhaveaperfecthomef' "Te get an education and be a
"To play football in college." coach."
DAVID BOURGEOIS JOANN BOWERS JIM BURNETT
He is an intelligent fellow and She is aperfect lady who succeeds Jim is a happy-go-lucky tease who
his hard working ability will bring in all her undertakings. thinks that books are to look at on
him Success' "To be a private secretary."' rainy days'
"To go hunting everyday and twice "TO be 3 80051 'laCk'0f'au'ffadeS,
on Sundayfn on a pleasure cruiser."
Her nickname is "Smoky". She
gets in your eyes.
"To be a private secretary and
marry my boss."
Sue is agirl, who renders her .serv-
ices willingly and is a trustworthy
"To get the most out of life and
to be happily married."
LUCILLE COCRAN 1
Lucy's future happiness lies in
the hands of her Aggie. i
"Tolove and be loved in return."
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Though Marilyn is really Mrs.
Eaves, we recognize her as our
own cheerful classmate.
"To be a perfect housewife."'
Charlotte is Mrs. Waldrep. Her
quite manner has gained for her
"To own a Cadillac."'
Ambrose's dry humor and his talent
to write poetry will lead us ro say
with pride in the future, "I went
to school with that man!"
"To graduate. "
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BILL DUDLEY FRITZ DUHON WANDA EARNEST
Bill tri.es to do his best, and his He has a spark of mischief in his Wanda jeanne's mental ability
best is to keep everyone laughing. eyes and good judgment in select- and charming personality have
W1-O make a living without work- ing his types of fun. made her one of French High
ing." "To be coach of an all-state foot- Schoolis notables'
ball team." "To be a successful nurse and
marry a sailor. ' '
J. W. EAVES IRENE EDWARDS RICHARD EDWARDS
A true friend whose good humor We agree that those who know her Richardis gentle of speech, silent
inspires us to appreciate the fact well, value her friendship highly. in action, and strong of mind.
that he is our classmate' "To rear abasketballteam coach- "To be a great engineer some.
"To get through college."' ed by my husband." day," 4
i BILL ENGLISH MARIE FALCO J. B. FLANAGAN
' Bill's class ring was at South Marie upholds her grades ro an Hunting is J. B.'s greatest past
Park last week and Bmt. High "A" Her lovely disposition and time and schoola mere "have to.
' this week, but Bill is still with fun have won our hearts. U-I-O be a Commercial fisherman.,
r us' "A pair of high and low heels of
ll "To be personnel manager of the every color with purse and hat to
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JOHN JOE FLANAGAN
JohnJoe is small but full of cheer.
"To coach a high school base-
"Pookie" is neat and friendly.
His wish is to stay on his cush-
"To be a business executive."' '
JOE ANN FRENCH
Joe's versatility and her willing-
ness to help others has brought
her the friendship of all.
"To be an expert.bubble gum pop-
per like Bobby."
Aline is a precious package any-
one would be glad to receive. She
leaves a little of her sparkling
charm and manner wherever ,she
"To be healthy, wealthy, wealthy,
MATTIE LOU GASKIN
Mattie's Willingness to work in
school and out of school makes
"To be a future champion skater. "
YVONNE GRAND CHAMPT
Yvonne loves pleasure and looks
forward to the future with glad-
"To ride on top of a car down
Pearl Street and swing on a
Christmas star." .
EILEEN GREGG MARYDELL HARRIS DAN HOLDER
Her high ambition is her greatest Her modfst Sweet Wavis more than His silence and good manners
asset. beauty Itself' speak louder than any word.
HTC See Tony... "To be a successful religious H-I-O get a good job and Settle
educational worker. "
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She likes the school activities,
but not its work.
"To go to college and become a
J professional baseball player."
"To rear ateam of cheerleaders."
Jenkins is a splendid fellow who
overcomes obstacles with a smile
and continues to make friends
wherever he goes.
"To succeed as a professional
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"Phil" is a sweet girl. who has If he works as hard in life as he She is a lover .of fun with stars
f many friends. Her hobby is watch- does with his clarinet, what more in her eyes.
. ing Gulf States Trucks. can we ask? HTC go to Texas A 85 Min
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TROY KELLY LOYD KILPATRICK NORMA LEGNON
An open heart shows in a fine He is known for his smiling face She who is jolly is pleasant to be
peg-Son, and ability to play basketball. with.
"To be a rancher. " "To average 20 points a game." "To be an X-Ray technician."
FRED LEHRER BARBARA LeMARE ALICE LOWE
Though new in our school, he has Barbara's soft tongue by no means Her genuine character and sweet
won great admiration and respect speaks of her boundless energy disposition sparkle through her
from his fellow students. or willingness to help others. big brown eyes.
"To be successful in the bus in- "To be a successful church sec- "TO have dimples like janet 1
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JOAN MOCK JACKYE MOORE JEAN OLSON
She expresses her thoughts in Jackye will dance her way into A jolly disposition makes up for
paintinggwords are not necessary. success. all.
"To be a successful artist." "To star on Broadway as a danc- "To be a future ranch owner and
er-" live with my horses."
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Jake's smiling personality and
service have won him a special
place in French High School.
"To be a successful chainstore
and grocery owner."
LaVERNE POL LOCK
Her gay laughter is a challenge
"To continue to be glamorous all
A BILLY POWELL
Billy is a fine fellow worth know-
ingg his ability to run the moving
picture machine has given us many
"To succeed in the mechanics of
photography and visualaids."
JUNE ROSE PRESHAW
BOB REEVES BETTY RICE
"Sailboat" is everyone's friendg "Lord, give me fun today,because Betty is gentle and modest, but
never a dull moment when she is tomorrow may not come." She has her quota of fun.
around. "To be without W0rl'i6S-U "To be a secretary and marry the
"To be a P. E. teacher."'
rich handsome boss. "
We love Iris for her brilliant per-
sonality and her eagerness to
help those in need.
"Not to get killed on a 'murder'
CLYDE RICHMOND BOBBY RIGGS
Clyde is one of the few who pos- There are dozens of ways to have
sess that rare gift of common fun and Bobby never leaves a
sense. single one out.
"To be ahermit." "To marry the sweetest girl in
I Time waits for no one, so Allen
never wastes a minute worrying or
: "To go to A 8z M and study En-
ALLEN ROYSE 7 MABEL RUTH SCHAHN
Mabel Ruth has contributed value
to out "Buffalo", to our school,
and to our lives.
"To be a successful secretary to
a handsome young lawyer."
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One is lucky to have a wise head
and also a pretty one.
"To be a successful designer .of
"classy" frocksg then to contri-
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Iirnmy's smile seems to follow "Bo" is very industrious and Mary Ann's eyes are always full
him around. friendly. Her goodness shines of mischief and sparkle.
"To marry a career girl so I won't through her daily deeds' "To be a rancher and--to see my
E have to work." "To get paroled in May." loving boy friend."
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REX TAYLOR CAROL TEVIS PEGGY THOMPSON
A boy who is as high in statue, Carol has made a place for her-, A timid sweet way cannot always
high in spirits, as Rex is, will self in our hearts by her great hide the mischief and fun in her
never be low in fri.ends. ability to lead our band. We are eyes.
"My desire is to be desired." very Proud of her' "To be an old maid with hundreds
"To be a sparkling drum-major
of boy friends."
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Henry has a heart with room for
"To become coach of a high
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GLEN RAY TILLER
He is a quiet boy who stands up
for what he knows is right.
"To get up the nerve to ask a
girl for a date."
Her scholastic record and her
charming manner makes "Bev"
as asset to French High School.
"To have a glamorous careerg
then meet the right prince charm
EARNESTINE TUNNELL KENNETH WALL
Earnestine enjoys a good book We will always admire Kenneth's
but she is always ready for fun. leadership on the Campus and his
H-ro marrya ricmhandsome young love for football on the field.
man," "To rear a football team with me'
as their coach."
Charl.es'determination in his stud-
ies and in sports has brought him
the admiration of all the students.
lege football team. "
LAURAAN WHITE ELBA SUE WILLIAMS
Lauraan is very talkative and full She is so busy thinking of things
of mischief with a "swell" re- to laugh about that she never has
cipe for making friends. time for sorrow.
"To marry a handsome young "To marry a man with a loc of
Louise is one of our many new
students, but she has made
friends in this short. time with
her pleasing personality.
"To rear three little loafers for
French High School."'
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Troy is a gentleman from head to
toe with a pleasant smile.
"To be a sailor and have a girl
in every port. "'
To know Cornell is to know a
fine boy who takes his fun along
with everything else.
"To get out of high school and
go into business with my Dad."
Perry came to French from South
Park and became known for his
jolly spirit and friendliness.
' 'To study pal eontology. ' '
Live for something. Do good and leave behind you a monument of virtue that
the storm of time can never destroy. Write your name in kindness, love, and mercy
on the hearts of the thousands you come in Contact with year by yearg you will
never be forgotten. No, your name, your deeds will be as legible on the hearts you
you leave behind as the stars on the brow of evening. Good deeds will shine as
the stars on the brow of evening. Good deeds will shine as the stars of heaven.
Bill Anger's statue to Don Wall.
Unalea Ayer'.s beautiful operatic voice to Patsy Davis.
Dee Dee's love of football to Bernard Mitchell.
David Bourgeois' love of "dear" hunting to David DeBennon.
Perry Balliew's slimness to Derle Lindner.
Joann Bowers' cheerfulness to Gloria Upshaw.
Jim Burnett's sarcasm to Arthur McDonald.
Lorene Carr's pleasant personality to Pandora Hegele.
Sue Clark's engagement to Dixie Revia.
Lucille Cocran's love for A-M College to Carolyn Bryant.
Marilyn Crawford's ability to get married to Morna Reddell.
Charlotte Cunningham's ability to change her name to Louise Barrett.
Ambrose Daigle's motorcycle to Homer Floyd.
Bill Dudley's alibis to Benny Spears.
Fritz Duhon's knowledge of English Literature to Don Morgan.
Wanda Earnest's sailor boy friends to Ann Foreman.
J, W. Eaves' "cute overalls" to Jerry Martin.
Irene Edward's intelligence to Raymond Huff.
Charlie Frederick's Cadillac to Billy Smith.
John joe Flanagan's sophomore girl friends to "Sparky" Watts.
1. B. Flanagan 's beautiful eyelashes to Sue DeVille.
Marie Falco's leadership to Novalene Cherry.
Bill English's power to make love to Clyde Buck.
joe Ann French's loyalness to Doris Menear.
Aline Gager'.s popularity to Gay Yeager.
Mattie Lou Gaskin's hand writing ability to Mona Sue Jennings.
Yvonne Grandchampt's writing ability to Dorothy jacks.
Marydell Harris' quiet personality to Delores Greene.
Dan Holder's good sense to Carroll Himmel.
C. J. Howell's timidness to "Doc" Ogden.
Martha jackson's neatness to Betty Spears.
Bobby Jenkins' dramatic ability to jerry Christopher.
Phyllis jepson's gift for having fun to the Chri.swell twins.
Arlen johnson's love of music to Max Redman.
Betty jordan's flirtacious manner to Dorothy Ennis.
Troy Kelley's paper route to Charlie Bell.
Lloyd Kilpatrick's ability to make basketball goals to Bill Mauer.
Norma Legnon's "cuteness" to Mildred Smith.
Fred Lehrer's versatility to Weldon Syler.
Barbara LeMare's Civics notebook to Doris johnson.
Alice Lowe's big brown eyes to Dorothy Nell Doan.
Joan Mock's artistic ability to Norma Hoffpower..
Jackeye Moore's gracefulness to Sammye Barnes.
Jean Olson's "gift of gab" to Margie Brinson.
jasper Perrello's bashfulness to Joe Dan Taylor.
lris Rice's ability to get a man to Norma Reddell.
Betty Rice's love of arguing to Dorothy LeMare.
"Sailboat" Prenshaw's love of athletics to Wanda Harris.
Clyde Richmond's ability to be a "lady's man" to Cecil Wells.
Bobby Riggs' mathematical mind to Milton Lane.
Mabel Ruth Schahn's willingness to help others to Patsy Cravens.
Lonora Shelton's common sense to Lottie Carr.
jimmy Smith's "hunk o' man" physique to Perry Smith.
"Bo" St. Clait's tiny frame to Margie F. Wri.ght.
Mary Ann Summer's love of hillbilly tunes to Billy Knupple.
Rex Taylor'.s height to Glenn French.
Carol Tevis' leadership of the band to Eileen Kuhl.
Peggy Thompson's pearly white teeth to Betty Lou Scott.
Henry Thurston's ability to catch fish without a bait to Nelson Touchett
Glen Ray Tiller',s trombone to Emery Vincent.
Beverly Toup's long natural blond tresses to Arthurene Bean.
Earnesteen Tunnell's gentle ways to Betty J. Walker.
Kenneth Wall's football jacket to Guess Who??
Charles Whatley's egotism to Allen Ray Barbin.
Elba Sue William's natural wit to Norma Torres.
Troy Wise's wavy hair to Donald Gentry.
Cornell Wright's gentlemanly ways to Eugene Willis.
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Phyllis Jepson, prominent fashion designer .in Paris, plans to make a tour around the world to
obtain ideas for the latest fashions. Lorene Carr noted model plans to accompany her.
Fred Lehrer, Jr., owner of the largest bus industry in the U. S., has just revealed to the public
his new streamlined bus.
Joan Mock,famous artist of her time,has just sold her latest painting to the New York Museum.
Bill Anger, coach of the Rose Bowl winner, plans to make a trip abroad with his team.
Marie Falco, first woman owner of the Beaumont Exporters, is having difficulties with her star
short-stop, Lloyd Kilpatrick, who is not satisfied with the terms of his contract.
Arlen johnson, famous clarinetist, has been offered Woody Herman's position.
Raymond Barrow has accepted the position as head football coach at Notre Dame.
Yvonne Grandchampt has recently won the Nobel Prize for her play depicting the many loves
of LaVerne Pollock. Others in the cast are Bobby Jenkins, loverg Laurann White, the vampire,
Glen Ray Tiller, the other man, and Irene Edwards, the French maid.
In the plane crash, in which the plane was piloted by ex-comedian jimmy Smith, Aline Gager,
airline hostess saved thelife of SenatorKenneth Wall, who is a candidate for President of the U.S.
David Bourgeois has taken charge of King's Ranch. Joann Bowers is his private secretary.
Mary Ann Summers and Jean Olson are now appearing with their famous horses, Eddie and
Arnold, in the Houston Fat Stock Show.
jackye Moore and Beverly Toups are now co-starring on Broadway as dancers.
Bill 'English, president of the White House, is planning to be married to his fifth wife, Bar-
Clyde Richmond is flying up North to find new game to hunt with J. W. Eaves.
Fritz Duhon is now managing Coffman's Sporting Goods Company.
Mrs. Waldrep, nee Charlotte Cunningham, and Mrs. Eaves, nee Marilyn Crawford, are giving a
tea next Friday afternoon inhonor of the new brides, Mrs. Broussard, nee Irish Rice, and Mrs. Daly,
nee Alice Lowe.
Bobby Riggs, radio's No. 1 crooner, will make a personal appearance at Troy Wise's "Rippl-
ing Waves" with a stage show featuring Norma Legnon, Betty jean jordan, and Peggy Thompson.
Nurses Sue Clark and Wanda Earnest have discovered a new medicine, Pepsi-uranium, as a
cure for rheumatism.
Marydell Harris, secretary to Jasper Perello, has announced that Mr. Perello has recently
bought the Henke and Pillot-ABC Stores previously owned by Charlie Frederick.
Carol Tevis, trapeze artist of the Big Top, has made arrangements fora combined performance
with high tight rope walkers, joe Ann French and Ernestine Tunnell.
Unalea Ayers, the lion tamer, was scratched by one of her lions, but Dr.. Ambrose Daigle said
that she would be all right for the next performance.
Perry Balliew has raised priceless orchids in his florist shop and his wife, June Rose Pre-
shaw, grows shrubbery.
Two old bachelors, Bill Dudley and john joe Flanagan, are living in a "penthouse" on Holly-
wood Boulevard. Charles Whatley plans to move in with them.
Professor of the State University, C. J. Howell, states that Richard Edwards, professor of
physiology, and Dan Holder, professor of pnilosophy, will join the faculty.
Bob Reeves and his wife, Louise Williams, plan to bicycle through all 48 states.
J. B. Flanagan, owner of the Enterprise, has sold half his interest to his partner, Troy Kelley.
Rex Taylor, manager of Playground Park, has hired two new clowns, Mattie Lou Gaskin and
Elba Sue Williams.
lim Burnett, Henry Thurston, and Billy Powell are now planning to enlarge the Bess Mansion,
home of the former Lucille Cocran.
Martha Jackson is opening a portrait studio in which Betty Rice and Ethel St. Clair will assist
Eileen Gregg owns the exclusive beauty salon where Innora Shelton has created the fashion-
able "short-snipped" haircut.
Mabel Schahn, first woman Secretary of State, is now traveling abroad with Secretary of Com-
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--Mabel Ruth Schahn
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Pressing as you sew makes sewing We set the stage for a dress
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Officers: Lottie Carr, Presidentg joe Ann French, Vice Presidentg Irene
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Our Motto: "Toward New Horizons", expresses the purpose of the organiza-
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P. E., as it is known to most girls, is one of the favorite classes. It gives the
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mind and body.
GIRLS' RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION
INSTRUCTOR - MRS. RAKESTRAW
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Intramural basketball and volleyball contests are
Different sports are taught and practiced.
DI TRIB TIVE EDUCATIQ
Instructor- Mr. Whittington
Spears, Theobold, Laird, Wall, Barnes, Himel, Holeman, Buck, Syler, Ennis, Brinson,
Carr, Reeves, jordan, Wells, English, White, Frederick.
Officers: President - - - - - ------ Bill English
Vice Pres. ------- - - -Charlie Frederick
Sec.-Treas. -------- - - -Margie Brinson
Editor-Promotion Mgr. ------- - - - Carroll Himel
Sgt. at Arms-Program Chairman - - - - Bob Reeves
Distributive Education is a cooperative part time course in which the student attends
school during the morning, taking P. 'E. and two required subjects, then works in a retail
business establishment during the afternoon. In the classroom the students study the fun-
damentals of salesmanship and in the afternoon they put into actual practice what they
have learned. D. E. is designed to project school life into life itself for those students
who will not enter .college and those who are interested in the field of distribution.
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Fred Lehrer, Una Lee Ayers, Laverne Pollock, l3obby jenkins- "Professor Perry"-
Alice Lowe, Dill English, Marie Falco, Glen Ray Tiller.
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Officers: Billy Barnes
Barbara Beney, Barbara Fagg Betty Sue Rollins, Jimmy Thomas
Betty Sue Rollins, Betty jo Roy, Joan Monger, Norma Mildram, Polly Reyes, Mary jane
Powell, Barbara Fagg, Mary Helen McCormick, Barbara LaCour, Madlyn Edwards, Mary
Ann Netterville, Clyde Pharis, Billy Barnes, Jimmy Thomas, Linda Rose Dickerson.
Sponsor--Mrs. Hel en Sullivan
joan Mock, Homer Howard, Henry Thurston, J. B. Flanagan, Fred Lehrer, Lucille Cocran,
Bill Hinote, Nelson,Touchet, Yvonne Grandchampt, john Flanagan, Eugene Wells.
Betty Boutte, Billy Smith, Louise Williams, Carol Tevis, Billy Rice, Cecil Primrose, Gay
Yeager, Betty Hulsey, Janette Lounsberry, joan Monger. l-aVerne Pollock, Allen Royse,
jerry Martin, Victor Olson, John Harmon, Billy Powell, B. J. Wright, Arthur McDonald,
Raymond Barrow, George Moser, Clyde Richmond, Mary Catherine Sesler, Elmer Hanna,
Bobby Riggs, Dale Harris.
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Officers: Mona Sue Jennings, Arlen Johnson,
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HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS: Beny, Bland, Breland, Bryant, Chriswell, Erickson, Earnest,
Hamilton, Hickman, Jackson, Jacobs, Jennings, Johnson, Kelley, LaCour, LeMare, Moore,
Muirhead, Mulenix,Phari,s, Pierce, Porter, Primrose, Rayburn, Robinson, Rollins, Schahn,
Smith, Smith, Spivey, Taylor, Tevis, Woodell, Smith, Bryant, Fancher, Dugas, Thompson,
Hybarger, Rodemacher, Highfill.
JUNIOR HIGH PARENTS: Gaudet, George, Graver, Henely, Jenkins, Jenkins, McRae, Pfle
Smith, Steward, Thurston, Wlaker, Nuttall, Collins, Crawford, Doucette, Eaves, English,
Jines, Lamperes, Matthews, Maxwell, Mulenix, Oliver, Porter, Walker, Whisenhum, Willard
The main purpose of the Band Parents is to stimulate interest among the band
students. They have helped the band in countless ways. They entertained us with
a lovely Christmas dance-during the Christmas holidays. They also presented beau-
tiful jackets to senior band members.
The Band Parents are composed of sixty-nine parents.
Mr. Jeff Porter - - ----- President
Mr. Offie Walker - - - - Vice President
Mrs. D. C. Bland - - - ---- Secretary
Mrs. J. C. Jennings - - ------- Treasurer
Mrs. John Rayburn - - - - - Program Chairman
R. S. Rollins - - - - Finance Chairman
- - - - - 'Publicity Chairman
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Our director, Mr. Highfill, and all students who are members of the band wish
to express our deep appreciation for the kindness and willingness of this organi-
zation who has done so much for us and who has our interest at heart.
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Seated: Mrs. V. C. Bland, Mrs. R. S. Rollins, Mrs. W. C. Primrose, Mrs. Harold Beney,
Mrs. Hugh Lester, Mrs. R. E. Lalcey, Mrs. L. V. Reddell. Standing: Mrs. A. J. Sis-
trunck, Mrs. Lon Wright, Mrs. G. L. Moser, Miss Margorie Cunningham, Mr. D. L. Hybar-
ger, Mrs. Maurice Anderson, Mrs. J. C. Jennings, Mrs. Oliver Netterville Sr., Mrs. J. W.
Eaves, Mrs. R. W. Fogal, Mrs. H. C. Mauer. Cnot shownj Mrs. George Yeager, Mrs. C. W.
Schahn, Mrs. A. B. Haston, Mrs. W. E. Hegele, Mrs. T. A. Bryant, Mrs. J. L. Wones.
President: Mrs. Harold Beney
lst. Vice-Pres.-Mrs. V. C. Bland
Znd. Vice-Pres.-Mrs. R. S. Rollins
3rd, Vice-Pres.-Mrs. A. J. Sistrunck
Recording Secretary-Mrs. G. L. Moser
Cortes. Secretary-Mrs. L. V. Reddell
Treasurer-Mrs. J. C. Jennings
Historian-Mrs. George Yeager
Parliamentarian-Mrs. J. W. Eaves
City Council Delegates-Mr. D. L.
Hybarger, Mrs. H. C. Mauer.
Student Aid-Mrs. Hugh Lester
Publications-Mrs. O. Netterville
Hospitality-Mrs. C. W. Schahn
Room Rep.-Mrs. A. B. Haston
Publicity-Mrs. W. C. Primrose
Legislative-Mrs. Lon Wright
Health-Mrs. W. E. Hegele
Goals-Mrs. R. W. Fogal
Decorations-Mrs. T. A. Bryant
Study Group-Mrs. J. L. Wones
The Parent Teachers' Association strives to bring into closer relation the home and school,
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and rugged, with a will to win, he was a true all-distri.ct selection. I
FRITZ DUHON - Fritz was one of the best linesman on the team. He was anothervall-district
and another real leader. ,
FRANK HARVEY - The power-half of the "T D" twin combination, this red head wrote some new
paper in FHS football history. He was selected as the most outstanding athlete of Beaumont in
RAYMOND BARROW - The other .spectacular-half of the combination, "Dee" brought many people
out of their seats many times with a thrill. "Dee" was an all-distri.ct selection for the 2nd year.
CHARLES WHATLEY - The "brain" of the Buff offense was an asset to the team, and a necessity
Things went better when that piping voice was calling signals. He was a real quarterback.
JIMMY SMITH - Breaking into the line-up, Jimmy came through in great style--a fine blocker and
a hustler. He was an excellent center.
CLYDE RICHMOND - "Moe" made the football team because he wanted to play more than anyone
else. He was a hard trainer, a hard man to handle on offense or defense, and a teamplayer.
J. W. EAVES - J. W.'s fine game against Nederland was a contributing factor to the winning of
the Distri.ct Championship. He was always dependabl.e.
BOBBY RIGGS - Bobby will be remembered a long time for the job he did against Silsbee, scoring
on an intercepted fumble. He had a lot of hustle and performed Well for the Buffs.
NELSON TOUCHETT - Nelson started his football career in his senior year. He was rough, liked
to play, and was capable and dependable at all times.
DON MORGAN - Don earned his second letter this season as a "wracking" line backer, and a
pass-catching end. He will go a long way in 1950.
RAYMOND HUFF - Raymond will be remembered fora long time for the spectacular touchdown-
catch in the Port Acres game. "Little Huff" should have a great year as a senior.
JOE DAN TAYLOR - Joe Dan was injured in that first district game, after a great showing in the
pre-district games. He's a hard-to-stop runner, a good defensive man, and a fine blocker.
JERRY MARTIN - Jerry was the fastest boy in the Buff backfield, but was used more for his
blocking. He did an excellent job against Alvin. Great things are expected of him next year.
JERRY CHRISTOPHER - When there was a real bone-rattling tackle made by an orange and white
jersey, usually that number was 23. Jerry should be one of the all-time Buff line-backers.
DON SANFORD - Don, playing his first year at end, did a fine job. That "strain-easing" TD in
the Nederland game will certainly be remembered. He should be great with 2 more years at FHS.
J. T. MCMAHON - A sophomore that did a real job of convincing opponents that they should have
stayed at home. As a "surprise" blocker, J. T. has a real football atFHS
BILLY BIDDLE - Billy was always ready to go at any position. He ran hard, tackled hard, and
played to win.
MELVIN HUFF - "Big Huff" saved a lot of tough situations by intercepting, ambling to get the
Buffs started. He was a dependable blocker.
CLIFTON JENKINS - A No. 2 quarterback on the team, Clifton played under a great deal of pres-
sure-but he always delivered.
FHS is expecting great things of Jerr.y Howell, Edward Haston, Homer Floyd, A. E. Chionsini,
and Jack Tucker.
Harvey, Howell, Wall, Taylor, Sanford, Howell, Rrggs, Iulpatrlck, Rxgsby,
Blake, Harris, Biddle, Knupple Olrver,
jenkins, Managers: Lehrer, Redman
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French---67 Port, Acres
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ALIN French---45 Nederland-
French---59 Port Acres
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Lehrer, Floyd, Discus: Jimmy Smith R. Huff, Floyd
Anger, Smith, Richmond, M. Huff, McMahon, Taylor, R. Huff
Barrow, Whatley, Floyd, Crow, Lehrer, Haston, Christopher
Wright, Martin, B. Smith, Olson
Weights: M. Huff
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in your future endeavors.
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BEAUMONT COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Beaumont's Largest and Most Complete Furniture Store
C. E. POOL
The T American National Bank
White Blue Print Co.
Gulf at Live Oak Sts.
BUY OUT OF
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AND SAVE MONEY
CARROLL A. HORN
NEW CROSBY Eoson Hotel.
HOTEL BEAUMONT LaSALLE HOTEL
LESLIE LOWRY 81 CO.
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
Successors to ROBERT CORLEY 61 CO.
950 Pearl St.
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CALDER COTTAGE CQMPLIMENTS
ANTIQUE SHOP OF
255I Calder Phone 2-5-733 Grocery and Barber Shop
BEAUMONTS STYLE CENTER
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591 PEARL STREET
Headquarters for French
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ROYAL PHOTO CO.
263 ORLEANS ST. KYLE BLDG.
CAMERAS - - - FILM - - - PHOTO SUPPLIES
GREETING CARDS cmd GIFT WRAPPINGS
Roy Lee Lumber Co.
1295 Gulf Street
Telephone 2-2583 - 2-2584
C. 6' P. FOOD STORE
"The Store of Friendly Service"
Calder at Tenth
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Open 9 A. M. to Midnight .
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2505 Gulf St. Phone 2-2023
SNIDER RADID and APPLIANCE
487 College Phone 4-6142
RADIOS, REF RICERATORS, RANGES
WASHERS, IRONERS, DRYERS
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SERVICE STATION CQUNTRY CLUB
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George Clark Nash Motors
Tom Felton Motors
Himmel Motor Company
jackson Motor Company
Kinsel Motor Company
Powell-Chessher Motor Company
Plummer Motor Company
Sutton-Wilkins Motor Company
White Truck Sales Company
CULVER APPLIANCE CU.
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F.H.A. Home Loans
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PAINT s. WALL PAPER co. D'CK SCURLOCK
576 Orleans S+. Phone 2-847I Preclncl. I
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It means that your savings here are fully insured against loss up to
S5,000, by an instrumentality of the United States government. And
with this full protection, First Federal has paid liberal dividends for
25 years Without interruption. Current rate 21570 per annum.
Congratulations, French Seniors! Acquire the habit of saving a little
something every month and you,ll he on the road to success.
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
PEARL AND LIBERTY PHONE 4-5638
R. F. DuBois, President - H. I. Rogers, Sec'y-Treas.
Resources Over 85,000,000
2909 Gulf st. Delivery
"We mean we clean"
Cleaning - - Pressing - - Alterations
W. H. Silvernail
604 Park St.
Bill Torres Auto
FIRST CLASS WORK
BEAUMGNT TEXAS PRICES Low WORK GUARANTEED
W 532 L LREL AVE. TELEPHONE 2 45
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS D I S T R I B U T O R S
COMPLETE LINE OF LUGGAGE
1500 Liberty at Mariposa
seo Orleans street Phone 4-4223 Dial 2-2541 nzAuMoN'r. TEXAS
BEDRIEYS FOOD STORE
Where You Will Find the Finest in Foods,
Priced Right and Courteous Service
C R O C E R I E S
Complete Line of Choice Meats
Phone 2-0041 Free Delivery 1110 Mariposa
BENEY BROTHERS TILE 81 PLASTERING CO.
Drainboards - Floors - Walls
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890 Gulf 2-423 I
The Finesl' in Modern Phorography
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"Long Leaf Yellow Pine"
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443 Park Slreei'
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650 Franklin Phone 5-7I I3
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Your Justice of the Peace
"The House of Better Clothesv
Thanks Y0U Tailors Haberdashers
For the Privilege of
Serving you New Crosby Hotel Building
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"Opposite City H all' '
The Smartest Clothes in Town
For Boys and Students
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Beaumontls Largest Exclusive
Ladies' and Chilclrenls Store
614 Pearl Phone 57
Two Entrances - Pearl and Forsythe
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BOYKIN LUMBER SHOES
87 SUPPLY COMPANY
2595 Gulf Phone 2-1684
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901 Pearl Street Plione 4-9425 Liveoak at Gulf
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C ongratulations, Senzors
'Visit Us Soonv
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Ioe Redman - Tom Sachitano
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Iefferson County, Texas
Phone 4-9224 2575 Magnolia BEAUMONT TEXAS
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Incorporated W. T.BLACKMO
475 Wall Street
BEAUMCNT' TEXAS County Tax Collector
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A. W. Schlesinger
SCHLESINGER CANDY COMPANY
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