Nederland High School - Pilot Yearbook (Nederland, TX)

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NEDERLAND, TEXAS Volume XX l954 foreword ' 'Gif KIP MURRAY Edllor MRS H1523 CHAMBLE55 GEORGE ANN WILSON 'UO' Burmefr Manager JAMES MARTIN A rvz vtarzt 4'- H GAIL BEAGLE 01211711 dlIOI15 Edlfm Lrfe rs often compared wrth a yoyage In sueh a com parlson Nederland Hrgh School seems to be a shrp carry mg us one part of the way for our hrgh school years haye not been merely a preparatxon for lxfe they haye been a real and und llfe rn themselyes l-lenee the Bull dog Sea theme for The Pflot of 1954 All ashore thats gom ashore ClllT'll3 aboard the shrp Nederland High and yorn The Pzlot in yoyagmg agam through a year of your hxgh school lxfe THE STAFF CAROLYN RADFORD Ar ll rfazzt Busmerr Manager MARTHA BENNETT Claire! Y O ANIN BRIXKLFY Hwmv r JACKIE JAMES Studenl Pboioemjrlaer MARY JOYCE CUTHRIII 91 D :mf II P1 X- GUY VAN CLEVE Sport! DIANF DAVIS Fazoutes Sbfp r Log 'ir,,Q9 f are C T lik A 1 A' ' V ,.4y I n . . 4. A rs . , .ix . ' A A ' . y J I U I 1, I Y . l. I V . . 'ly N5-GX ' n SSN el., dedication "" 'fi 41" We students have learned that when we need help with something, be it a party, a project, or a personal problem, we can count on her. XVe have learned that if there is anything she can do for us, she does it with seemingly endless time and energy. She has sponsored the Student Council and volunteered to teach 41 leadership tlass for its members, supervised and chaperoned endless school socials: traveled with stu- dents to Good Sportsmanship League meetings and student touncil conventions: writ- ten stacks of letters for seniors applying for college, and worked overtime to keep up with her many other duties as guidance director of the Nederland Independent Schools. We don't see how she' does it all! Her stimulation of it system of extra-curricular activities has made ourihigh school life more enjoyable and profitable. As a friend and counselor we think she is second to none. Wfe feel honored to be able to dedicate the twentieth volume of The Pile! to MISS BOBSIE FERGUSON. -THE STAFF confenfs IORFXVORD DI DIC AT IOIN LHII I' PI TTI OPI ICLRS PI TTH OI FICI RS ABOVI' md BI X OND ORDI RS ofthe SIA SHIP S LOC: HQC Pa gc Pagc Pzg419 Page 41 Page 63 Pzge 87 C ALL to ACTION PEARLS of thc SFA SIAMIN SIQAMAN APPRI N'I ICI S SEAMAN RI CRUI'I S SUPPLX STATIONS P c Page P1 e Page Pagf Page 5 2 49 c D 4,5 --14-,-,.. I 1' ........,..,........,.....,...,...................,.,,.. P L f 2 E 2 ' T .,,,,,.,,,,,IS,SSS,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,v,.,.,,,,,,,,,--I,,,, L15 ' Q. Q f 1: 4: Vv-wbbbhun-ii--,.---.----"A---q , 5 E 7 T4 'I ---,----V---Y-------.--V-,,'.-..-------.---. Kg , -1 4, 7 I . I S -.YY..YY...Y.YYYYYYVY.YVYY.... . .................. ..,,..,. L , Q I .SS,SSS4,,.S.. S...,......,...S.SS.......... 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B, H, HALL Pl'6.fidE'71f an-""' UBERSAT KFL1 Y - Y . " WH1 ML Prenderzt 5'erreff1fJ'TLEY CHARLES GOSS AMIDEE MORGAN KIRTIS STREETMAN E. A. STURROCK fNfR. ISI. E. PALMER P7'j7ll'j17.ll Q M191 mnul!Q' ..--141 4p .-.ni xr-v ,1- Q' X INIRS. EDNA BRADX Serre1.11'y i Y . 3 5 1 r -'af --funn" Left: Boys in P.E. receive training on the trampoline, IXIR. KENNETH HOVUARD Health Physical Etlucmtion lNfRS. FRANCES LANGSTON. RN School Nurse . 51. MR. HARRY B. GERBENS Shop LlCCll.lfllC.ll Drawing " W"f-MUUAQNNPW 655 ,M 0 T3 MRS. NAOMI GLEASON Twins Bookkeeping Commercial Mathematics English II k J ,ng Blum- , wa. if , ,,.,, 5. "Do, me, so . . .' Mrs. Daxiss choral students exercise their Xocal chords at right. 5' Typmg I students bang out their as- sxgnment at right. MISS ALENE MARTIN English I MR. E. H. MCKENZIE Coach Science MRS. JERRH Twins Shorthand MR. R. O. MEDLIN Mathematics IJ " 'X.,. J Left: Mr Medlm s - , plane geometry stu dents work out the orems at thexr desks 1-.Ji Nia Miss Walker's fifth period art class works on ceramics. MISS MARY WALKER English III Art MR. HOVUARD XVELLS Social Studies fi cafeteria staff .al-4" Qfhvv-'N ivan?- l- dl M Orx Harrn M E011 Dumuml Mr Audruy Abmlm rx Lm to right rs MRS IOI ISI RAMQIX Dlctltlm . Y, E , .N A 3, 'fr ' Q x 1 1 'I . I X h . , in , , - . 1. -'V '?.:'5J'g' A .v ' 1 1 - ,4,, Nr Q . S- - A . - , 1 ' 3. l peffy officers x x."w SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to rxght Jo Ann Brmkly Reportcr Eu ean Wlstncr Surctiry Dam oncb Presxdcnt Carolyn Radford Soual Leader Rmhard Vxckcrs VILL Prgsldnnt Carl Bcaeglc Treasurer S... Q Nr Q- f'N X f MSN!! DJ- .J CW O . 1 'A I A ' ' ' I Q' f , 2 X f , T7 4 . R "f 1 . , ' , -'-1-' ' Sf ' . J ' .'1':IT' J- S C7 7 A pr .157 ' I , -Q, V i 5 , 55 . ' A , ff' A 4 , M 1 fri I ' : ' 1, ,Q I . ' ,-7 '.-it .3 .17 1 ' v , - . 1 ' - - . 17 -. . . I A 7 ., Q .. - wx 4514 1 ive -:viii- 51 .F . -S 57 ff' Q - "S" I9 4 .fm 'ff-,W 5 DUANE ADAMS It if, but 11 fhldflyf ougbt to be. GENE ALEGRE lVilb fur! enough lerzrning to fnifquofe. SIDNETTE ANDREVVS The only uvzy lo fmne a friend if Io be one. Pep Squad 3-ai: Spanish Club 23 Leisure Reading Club 3. JERALD ARNOLD Yep. I'm rl Jenior. Band 1-4: Band Captain 4: Orchestra 43 Spanish Club 23 Choral Club -lg Shop Club 4. JACKIE ASHLEY Greal oaks from Iirfle rzrornf grow. FFA President 3: Senior Ring Committee lg Spanish Club 2. GAIL BEAGLE Moi! likely I0 fucfeed. National Honor Society 43 PASF President 3-4g Class Treasurer 4: 4-H junior Leader 1-45 PILOT Staff 43 BEACON Staff 4g Girls' State Representative 33 Pep Squad 1-3g FHA Reporter 3g Spanish Club Officer 2-31 Art Club 3'-4: Third in State PASF Essay Contest 3g 4-H Gold Star Award lg 4-H District Winner Five Times 2-ll. seniors 6' T I MARTHA BIZNNIETT ' lViflmu1 nzurir flair life would be ri nzirmke. Band 1--iz Vocalist for Orchestra -ig Senior Honor Society 3: Art Club 3--i3 Sotial Lead- er of Art Club 3, Secretary 43 Choral Club 1-33 Future Nurses 3--ig junior Red Cross 33 Kurtain Klub -il PILOT Staff -I. JALYNE BERLIN Belief lute rbxrz rlein. Football Sweetheart -ig Most Popular Girl 43 Best All-Round Girl -13 Cheerleader 2--I3 Co-Head Cheerleader 43 Student Council 2-33 Student Body Secretary 23 Student Body Vice President 33 Class Social Leader 13 Na- tional Honor Society -I: Senior Honor So- ciety 33 English Honor Student 33 Pep Squad 13 Spanish Club President 23 PASF 3. GLEN BOSIWIAN Beiter than barkelball if flirting. Basketball 1--I: Vidor Tournament All- Tournament 33 Highest Scorer: All-District Basketball 3-43 District High Scorer 3--ig Friendliest Boy 4: Senior Play 43 Athletic Club 2-3. V15RNis BOURQUE ' He dancer auufzy hir rarer. Erath. Louisiana: Cheerleader 1: Neder- land: FFA 13 Band 31 Library Club -ig Choral Club -1. GORDON BRADY Part hope, par! help, par! cure. Football 3-43 Athletic Club 43 Industrial Arts Club Secretary 43 FFA 3. jo ANN BRINKLEY V Here'r u girl noi .thy nor bold, but .rbe'r a friend ar good dx gold. National Honor Society 43 PILOT Staff 43 Class Reporter 43 BEACON Staff 33 Stu- dent Council 23 Kurtain Klub President 4g Spanish Forum 2-3, Program Chairman 2, President 33 PASF 3-4 KARL CESSAC 'Tir .Ir :heap .fitting ar rtanding. KENNETH CLARK Ilare to life wbellver I Jmlle or grieie. Band 3-4: Orchestra 4. CHARLES EARL COLE DOIIII fraud, girly, y0u'll all get a chanre Senior Play 4. MARILYN COLLINS Charm Jlrileef the fight, and merit winr the foul. JOHN COLVILLE A fellou' ulmm eferyane admirer for bi! gameuerr. u'il. and good zlalure. Spanish Club 2-3: 4-H Club 1-2: Basket- ball 1. SHIRLEY CONNER An lulderfiandiazg bear!-a kilfllflllg mzile. Student Council 2-3.1 Alumni Representa- tive 4g National Honor Society 43 Best Personality Girl 41 Senior Honor Society 53 Band 1-43 Drum Major 39 Drum Major- ette -ig Student Conductor 35 FHA Parlia- mentarian 4. ROSELLA Coumix Her' ,rmflf and good r1.zI1n'c .mf !'0l1f.l'Qf0Ilf. GAYNELL COURTS I'm u'ealIfJ3 in my frierzdf. Barld 1--13 Pilot Sweetheart Candidate -lg Class Favorite 3: Senior Honor Society 3: FHA Officer 43 Choral Club 1-2: BEACON Beauty Candidate 4. NELWYN Carws Cbafier, flutter nr I go. Tallulah, Louisiana: Cheerleader 1-23 FHA Treasurer 1-21 4-H 1-2: Basketball 1-23 Nederland: Cheerleader -4: Future Nurses 3-43 Swimming Club 3-41 GIS -1. FREDDY CFTRER Ge! :be girlr iz rake. Football 2-43 Athletic Club 31 -i-H 5--33 Sen- ior Play 4. Fmzcusrn DrCr'm Llr1prej1r1red and ur1fm1fe1'1zed.' be gnu I0 flax: and aluwyr Ieamr. Band 1. 2. -1: Shop Club -i. THELMA DENTON joHNsoN Preriour tbirrgr rome in rnmll parkager. Choral Club 1-43 Future Nurses 3. JUANITA DOVVDEN AJ lately and .fueel ar im ezerzing breeze. JOHN EAGLESON He'll bale tbe fin! word, lafl word, and figbt for fbe middle. Football 1--ig Athletic Club 2-3g Senior Play 43 Student Council 33 Senior Honor Society 5. PETE FERNANDEZ One among many. SHIRLEY FONDKEN PARRISH , Small, Jweel, and lovable. Choral 2, 4. DENISE FORD jurt a bundle of bappinerr. Frienclliest Girl 41 Pep Squad 1-43 GIS 4g Library Club 1-3. FRANK FORNOLS Women are meant lo be loved, noi under- Jtood. seniors seniors l Ti ..., l JACK FOWLER Cheer up! The wont ir yet lo come. Football 3-41 Track 3g Senior Play 43 Cho- ral Club Officer 4g Student Council 23 Spanish Club 1-2. JANE FISH GRIMES A maderz girl in wordr and wayrg :he juxfly eafnr her rlarmzater' praire. Class Favorite 13 Pep Squad 1-2g Spanish Club 3g PILOT Sweetheart 4. JANET GUIDRY Forlune and lore befriend the bold. Choral Club 3-43 Future Nurses Social Leader 35 Spanish Club 2. BOBBY GUTHRIE Timid never, bold ever. Football 1-2g Boxing 1-4g Spanish Club 1-25 Choral Club lg Red Cross 1. FLOYD HAMMOCK L "On lbe go if my mono." GLENDA HEXT Sugar n' ,rpice n' ererytbing nice. Choral Club 2-4g Senior Play 43 BEACON Beauty Contest 45 Science Club lg Home Room Officer 3g FHA 2-3. MARTHA H1NTz.E Be kind to my memory. Lou ELLA Hooxs A thing of beaufy i.r tlf0-1' forever. MITCHELL HORNE For lJe'J a jolly good fellow. BIRDIE HUDDLESTON Her prelty brown eye: and :harming .rmile do all Ibe handsome boyx beguile. Class Secretary-Treasurer 33 Pep Squad 1-2g Cheerleader 3-4g Football Duchess 45 PI- LOT Sweetheart Candidate 4g Student Council 32 Art Club 45 Choral Club 2f4. BEVERLY HuDsoN Here come: the bride. Band 1-33 Choral 1-2g Orchestra 4. CHARLES HUDsoN Modefty beromef a young man. seniors tr' 1 seniors s- Y, DANIEL HOWARIJ Silenre rueeter is than Jpeech. Student Council 43 Spanish Club 2-33 Sen- ior Honor Society 33 Good Sportsmanship League 4. BARTY JONES A friend to one-a friend la all. Football 2-43 Basketball 1-33 Shop Club 43 Athletic Club 33 Class Favorite 2. DAVE JONES When he meer: a stranger he leave: a friend. Student Council 43 Class President 3-43 Ath- letic Club 33 Football 2-43 Basketball 23 Track 1-43 Most Popular Boy 4g Best Ally Round Boy 4. PATSY JONES ll7hy, oh why murl we go lo Jchool? Spanish Club 23 Choral 2-4. VIVIAN KELLY Paris up her irouhler in her old hit bag, Jim on Ihe lid, and smiles. Band 1-43 Library Club 2-43 Library Club Social Leader 2, President 33 Future Nurses 3-4, Social Leader 3, President 43 FHA President 43 4-H Club 3-43 Clothing Dem- onstrator 33 Spanish Club 2-33 Spanish Club Secretary 3. NELLIE KIESCHNICK Friend mare divine than all divinilier. National Honor Society 43 PASF Second Vice President 3, Corresponding Secretary 43 Pep Squad 1-33 Senior Honor Society 33 Student Council 2-43 Spanish Club 23 Jun- ior Red Cross 3. GLENN LACY Muzher .zlu'.z5.r uid I'd he prerident. Football 244: Outstanding Back-43 Football Captain -ll Basketball 1--lg Class Favorite 31 National Honor Society 4: Class Presiv dent 13 Athletic Club 53 Spanish Club President 23 Track 3--lg Annual Staff 33 Senior Honor Society. BILLY LAIRD I follow :he path of leaf! refirrance. shop Club -1. LAURA LAMBERT W 'Tir aluayr morning romewhere. Cheerleader 43 FFA Sweetheart 43 Pep Squad 31 FHA 31 Future Nurses 33 GIS 43 Swimming Club 33 Devotion Group 2-53 Choral 2, MARGARET LEWIS To rum up all, he merry I adfife, and ar we are merry, may we :till he wire. National Honor Society 43 Wittiest Girl 43 Class Reporter 33 BEACON Staff 33 Pep Squad 2-33 Student Council 23 Senior Hon- or Society 3. MYRA MANNING I'm rm! arguing with you, I'm telling you. FHA Historian 3. WANDA MANRY A mighty hurzlrerr, and her game ir men. Most Talented Girl 43 President Choral Club 43 Social Leader of Future Nurses 43 Choral Club 1-43 GIS 43 Swimming Club 3. seniors S' 6 seniors '6- O DAN MARCONTEL Tlzere can no gfear rmoke arire, but there muff be ,rome fire. Football 3-43 Student Council 3-43 Athletic Club 33 Band 23 Good Sportsmanship League 3-4: Tennis 43 Spanish Club 23 Basketball Manager 31 Orchestra 2. IONA MCGUIRE A loyal companion, an excellenl friend, an earnert worker, and true to .flue end. Choral Club 1-43 GIS Treasurer 33 Library Club 1-23 Swimming Club 33 First Aid Club 1. LAWRENCE MENARD Anybody :een Peggy? Senior Play 4. SHIRLEY METREYEON v Effieienl, rweet, and rinrefeg good al rpom from all we bear. Senior Honor Society 33 Most Athletic Girl 43 GIS President 43 Swimming Club 33 Pep Squad 1-43 junior Red Cross 33 Choral Club 2-4. GLENN MILLER I beliere in faking life eary. JEANNE IVULLS Alwayr willing to lend a helping hand. Assistant Editor BEACON 53 Editor BEA- CON 43 National Honor Society 43 Class Social Leader 33 Pep Squad 23 Band 33 Outstanding Typist 33 Outstanding jour- nalism Student 33 Senior Play 43 BPW Scholarship 43 Student Council 23 Swim- ming Club 3. LINDA MORGAN Af I'h.u1e .IJ 1Hl,fl4PI!1E?d .mouz FHA Sergeant-at-Arms 3. DXY'AlN lVfORRlSON . The deed I irzlend if gre.If, hut uhal, ar yet. I hmm 1101. Baseball 23 Basketball 5: Athletic Club 33 Football Manager 4g Baseball Manager 4. GLORIA MUNSON -I The hear! if in own fale. CHRISTOPHER MURRAY Le genie, deft la patience. Valedictorian 4: Editor of PILOT 4g Editor of BULLDOG BEACON 55 Boys' State Representative 33 Student- Council 43 Class Vice President 3: Date Book Chairman 39 Band Honor Student 1-4: National Honor Society 4. ELEANOR PRINTER lknhrzl if loze? Arzyuuy iff fun. Spanish Club 1-Zg Band 1-4g FHA 3. SUE PARKS Ahoze all lhingr, he farefree. gay, and lighz- hearted. Chester: Band 1-31 Class Officer lg Class Favorite 2g Football Duchess 3: Drum Ma- jor 1-31 Nederland: Band 41 Orchestra 43 BEACON Staff 4. seniors 'irq SV: S . Hs, N I A " ...enw JAMES PATTERSON The world sure would be dull without me. Football 1-23 Basketball 1-33 Class Social Leader 21 Student Council 1-2. MARY LOU PATTERSON SIJJ' but beauliful. BEACON Beauty Candidate 4. MARY PETERSON A mn,rpifuou.r example of plain liring and high llvinkirzg. Senior Honor Society 3g Pep Squad 2-43 Spanish Club 23 Outstanding Bookkeeping Student 31 Leisure Reading Club 31 Choral Club 4. TESSIE QUARLES All the u'orld'r a Jlage . . . Choral Club 1-4, Social Leader 43 GIS 33 Tennis Club 3g Swimming Club 3g First Aid Club 1. DAVID QUINN Genilemen prefer blondef. Baseball 35 Football 3-43 Athletic Club 3-43 Spanish Club 1-23 Senior Honor Society 3. ROBERT RACKLEY J " Be alwayr nr merry ar ever you rang for no one deliglylr in 4 Jorrowful man. Student Council 3-49 National Honor So- ciety 4j Speech Awards 1, 3, 45 Wittiest and Best Personality Boy 4g Class Officer 23 Band 1-43 Band Honor Student and Offi- cer 3g Annual Staff 33 Tennis Club 3-4g Baseball Manager 2g Spanish Club 1-2g Sen- ior Honor Society 3. CAROLYN RAOFORO C.1n't roof, L'.l!l'l dr.1z4'. Joni' nefenzble' Veyur. c.1n'1 ring. c.1u't write, Guerf I'm jun .z lQt'IIfll,l'.' BEACON Staff 32 Pep Squad 2-4, President 41 Class Social Leader -li PILOT Staff 43 National Honor Society 43 FHA Officer 43 Kurtain Klub 43 GIS 43 Choral Club 1-33 PASF 43 junior Red Cross Assistant Busi- ness Manager 33 Band 1-2. MALCOLLI RADFORD Nerer H1451 a uonzan! Football 1-43 All-District 41 Outstanding Lineman 43 Most Intellectual 43 Track 43 National Honor Society 43 Athletic Club 33 Spanish Club 2: Senior Honor Society 3. Doms READ If eye: are flue window: of the foul, ber .foul muff be Iorely. Friendliest Girl 43 Class Favorite 23 Senior Honor Society Secretary 33 PASF 3-43 PASF Recording Secretary 33 Spanish Club 2-33 Program Chairman 33 junior Red Cross 33 Student Council 13 Pep Squad 2-3. GLORIA RICARDO The prefent if big will: lbs future. Spanish Cl-ub Vice President 23 Leisure Reading Club Secretary 33 Pep Squad 1-43 Commercial Department Award 3. DALE RIENSTRA " Yer, I had Iwo Jtringf lo my bowy boil: golden ones, egad! and lbey cracked. Baseball 23 Track 43 FFA Vice President 33 Athletic Club 2. PHYLLIS ROBIN The fate! to this lady have been bind- beauly, charm, berider a very good mind. Cheerleader 2-43 Co-Head Cheerleader 43 Most Attractive 43 Candidate 28AA Sweet- heart 43 Football Duchess 2-33 National Honor Society 43 Class Vice President 13 BEACON Beauty Finalist 43 Student Coun- cil 1-3. seniors seniors faq.-.' , - . - ,Q tg I, JIMMY ROBERTS 'V The wheel Ibn! Jqueulef the loudeft if the one Ibn! ge!! Ike greare. Football Manager 3-43 Baseball Manager 3-43 Basketball Manager 3-43 Athletic Club 33 Choral Club 23 Football Sweetheart Es- cort 4. BETTY ANN RooT Sbe Jmilet on many ju!! for funf we all know ll767'EyJ only one. Pep Squad 1--23 Library Club 2'3g FHA 43 Senior Valentine Duchess 4. JERRY LEE SAMFORD Genlle of Jpeeclag beneficent of mind. Band 1-43 Alternate Twirler 4g Spanish Club 1-23 FHA 33 Band Officer 4. JACK SANFORD Tbe wildeft colt: make the be!! barrel. Football 1-33 All-District 33 Track 23 Span- ish Club 1-23 Most Talented 4. Bon SEMONS All girl: fall for lemplaliong :buff why lbey fall for me, Football 1-43 All-District 3-43 Basketball 1-33 Spanish Club 1-23 Senior Honor So- ciety 3g Class Favorite 1. KENNETH SITTON Acfion it eloquence. Class Secretary 1. 33 ALLAN SHEFFIELD .Yiwu .rx :iw 41.1-i if lung. Abbeville. I.uuisian.i: Football li Baseball I-31 Baslxetball 1-5: Pelican Boys' State Rep- resentatixe 5: Nederland: Football -ll Base- ball -1. CL.uu3xc12 SHLFF1ELo r Hs ZLLIJ' VIN! rrrwelj .1 rlup off Ilia old Hari. but Ibe old blurb ilfelf. Football I--lL Athletic Club 31 Shop Club Vice President -1: Spanish Club 2: Track Team -i. Maxx' jo Si-LEFFLELD E155 Milf: digrzify. Pep Squad 2-4: Leisure Reading Club 53 Spanish Club 2. CHARLES R. SMITH Berrer to u'e.1r our tlmn la fur! nut. Band 1--li Drum Major -S: All-State Band -5: Student Conductor 3--iz Outstanding Band Service Award 2-3: Outstanding Sen- ior Musician Award -1: Band Librarian 2-32 National Honor Society -S1 Orchestra 1-41 Choral Club 1-2: Spanish Club 2-31 PASF 3-4. VELMA SPELL Av:fa:i'ev' fs? our brides :fr ks. Band 1-2: Junior Red Cross Z: FHA Z Future Nurses 2--iz Choral Club 1--iz L brary' Club -1. EDNA EARLE STARK L55 If .: ffrfozu tiiffg. Band 'l--A1 FHA S: Future Nurses 3-J PASF 4. Librarv Club 4. seniors HOW'ARIU MERLE STARK If pfzyf lo .reem dumb. Football 3-41 Boys' Pep Squad 4g Most Handsome 43 Athletic Club 3. Davin STREADL Wfben a child I uded ar 11 child: when zz man I dried ax ll child. Boys' Pep Squad 31 Art Club 41 FFA 3-49 Shop Club Officer 4. STEVE STIQRROCK The difficully in life if Ike choice. Basketball 1-2: Baseball 2-3g Athletic Club 1-31 FFA 3-41 Shop Club 4: Spanish Club 1-2g Senior Candidate for King of Hearts 41 Spanish Club President 2: National Hon- or Society 4. KENNETH TERXYEY Our deedf determine llf at muck ar ue determine our deedf. FFA Treasurer 3--iz Swimming Team 3-41 Tumbling Team -l: Boys' Pep Squad 3: Shop Club 3-42 Spanish Club 1-2, LIDNEY THOMPSON Sflerzrf if gc.ldef:: I'f': 1:5 g:.'.3-.:'iggf ' Football I-4: Co-Captain 4: All-D:sit::t I- 4: Most Valuable Player 4: Outstasiiag Player Aware -1: All-Stare 41 Basketball -2. Track 3-4: Mos: Athletic Bev 4: Cass 'Fres- ident 1: Frontier Div Sherzff -Q. Aihietzz Club Secretarv 5: Stuient Courts' 1-I Spanish Club I-F Bhsciasff Tixcxfoxe Ht' iv- :. JL: :. 1' ' 3 1 GIS -L. Surf ing C145 1. Tc? Sehni FYACOX Star 1 E1-:.,:t X.:-sw 1 N :sh C1115 If 35 GUY VAN CLEVE X' He may .reem quiet and look rzaize, but if you know Guy, that'f hard to beliere. Football 1-43 National Honor Society -13 Alumni Representative 43 Student Council 33 PILOT Staff 43 Athletic Club 33 Span- ish Club President 33 English Award 33 Senior Honor Society 3. RICHARD VICKERS . Men of few word! are the hen men, National Honor Society 43 Class Vice Presi- dent 43 Most Likely to Succeed 43 Mechani- cal Drawing Club Officer 43 American History Award 33 Senior Honor Society 33 Chemistry Club 3. BARBARA VIRGILIO I'm all the daughter: in my father-'J houfe and all the brother: too. MARTHA WATSON Elegant ar Jimplicity and warm af errtafy. BETTY WEST Tiny hut terrific, Choral Club 1-43 Future Nurses 3. EVA JEAN WISTNER A merry heart that laugh: at care. Most Intellectual 43 Class Secretary 43 PASF 3-43 PASF Secretary 3, Reporter 43 Senior Honor Society 33 Spanish Club 2-33 Span- ish Club Treasurer 3g Senior Play 43 4-H 1-43 Demonstrator 33 Treasurer 43 Pep Squad 1-2Q Reading Club 33 Kurtain Klub 43 Art Club 3. seniors I JANET WHITLEY Sod, thy caunlry, and thy friend be true. Pep Squad 1-45 FHA 3-45 Swimming Club 35 Kurtain Klub 4. GEORGE ANN WILSON lVben a building if about 10 fall down, all flue mite defer: ii. FHA Vice President 35 GIS Vice President 35 Pep Squad 1-35 Choral Club 1-35 Span- ish Club Social Leader 1-25 PILOT Staff 45 Library Club 4. DONALD E. WOODS My teacher! fbink I am .fo Jweez, Fm always' plated in the foremost feat. DONALD R. WOODS Young and happy. Swimming Team 3-45 Tumbling Team 3-45 Shop Club 45 Boys' Pep Squad 2-3. JOAN YOUNG Wixdom is belief lban rubiex. Pep Squad 1-45 'Leisure Reading Club 35 Senior Honor Society Treasurer 3: Book- keeping Award 35 High Ranking Girl 4. CLAYTON STURROCK Lan, bu! not leaf!! class wrll We the Senror Class Nederland Hrgh Sehool Crty ot Nederlrnd County ot effer son State of Texas berng of sound and drsposrng mrnd and memory do hereby make publrsh and deelare thrs to be our last wrll and testament DI AINE ADAMS wrlls hrs brrght shrrts to Pat W rrte GENE ALEGRE wrlls hrs hot rod to Jackre Askew SIDINETTE ANDREW S leases her mlm parrs of shoes to C ry XX rnters JERALD ARNOLD leases hrs plate as band crptarn to Charles Hendrrx JACKIE ASHLEY leas es hrs quret ways to Skeeter Hall CJAIL BEAGLE wrlls her P A S F presrdency to Barbara Hemmenw ry MARTHA BENNETT wrlls her telewrsron eontraet to Betty Burnfrn JALYNE BERLIN leaves her place as football sweetheart to any lucky Qrrl GLEIN BOSMANI wrlls hrs basketball to Petey Sanderson VERNIS BOI RQLE wrlls hrs lrmousrne to Tommy Holland GORDON BRADY leawes hrs lazy ways to George Ersenmann JO ANN BRINKLEY wrlls her book on how to get a man to C wen C my KARL CESSAC wrlls hrs abrlrty to stay aw ay from sehool to Traxrs Rose KENNETH CLARK wrlls hrs bass horn to Edward Brown CHARLES EARL COLE leases hrs rob at the funeral home to Arnold Prestrrdee MARILYN COLLINS leas es her long harr to Jean Wrlson JOHN L COLVILLE leases hrs rob at Bealle Brothers to R 'I Luee SHIRLEY CONNER wrlls her personalrtv to Dell Daxrs ROSELLA COL DER wrlls her brg brown eyes to Pat Hardy NIELWYN CREVUS wrlls her adwantage rn basketball to Shelby Vrneent FREDDY CLTRER wrlls hrs dramatrc abrlrty to Brlly Joe Butler FERGL STE DECLIR wrlls hrs student conduetorshrp to Lours Boudreaux THELMA DENTON wrlls her herght to Letrtra Phrllrps JIJANI FA DOXWDEN wrlls her abrlrty to get along wrth Port Arthur boys to Peggy MeCrrtney JOHN FAGLESON wrlls hrs wrnsome ways wrth Mrss Ross to Charles Srbley PETE FERNANDEZ wrlls hrs cowboy boots to Joseph Tantrllo SHIRLEY FONDREN wrlls her sweetness to Frances Coffman DENISE FORD wrlls her frrendlrness to Mary Joyee Guthrre FRANK FORNOLS wrlls hrs shy smrle to Jack Hawthorne JACK FOWLER wrlls hrs know how on class euttrng to Sw eetre Stesens JANE GRIMES wrlls her loxely blue eyes to Mrnnre Handley JANET GI IDRX wrlls her harr to Nelda Purdue BOBBY GUTHRIE wrlls hrs freekles to Lrbbre Smrth FLOX D HAMMOCK wrlls hrs sersree statron rob to Raymond Doutet GLEINDA HEXT wrlls some of her southern charm to Sarah Doolrttle MARTHA HINTZE wrlls her abrlrty to get along wrth Mrss Errle to next years rumors LOL ELLA HOOKS wrlls her pretty eyebrows to Shrrley Wooten MICKEY HORINE wrlls the waxes rn hrs harr to Ronnve Foreman BIRDIE HI DDLESTON wrlls her smooth walk to W'anda Ryman BEVERLY HI DSOIN wrlls her saxophone to Larry Fuller CHARLES HL DSON wrlls hrs draft papers to W'ayland Austrn DANIEL HOW ARD wrlls hrs rob at Prc Lm and Pae Lm to Bruce Carlson BARTY JONES wrlls hrs nrckname Fats to Charles Fowler DAVE JONES wrlls hrs class offrce to a capable worker PATSY JONES wrlls the rules for gettrnr., that hunk of ree on your frnger to Peggy Green VIVIAN KELLY wrlls her earrrngs to Garl Marnord INELLIE KIESCHNICK wrlls her tactful ways to Glenna Kelly GLEINN LACY wrlls hrs trtle of outstandrne baek to one wrth sprrrt enough to own rt o s v I r - V A ' ' Y .I l y , v K C K I' . , , , , . K , . . . 7 A. . . . I ,V. J 7 ., I , ' If , "' . 5 A . 1 I . . . 14 ,, I Y v - ' I . 4' K . I 'V I f 1 L . . C . I 'I . I ' . a ' '. GAYNELL COI'RTS wrlls her book, Hou' lu ll"ir1 Friends .md Illvllldellfet Pwfrlt. to Helen Baile-y L .' .. ' W 1 ' -, A V ' 'I . I V. " A Y ' ' f 1 Y ' ' V V' . ' , F vp I , vh- . . ' , . , . . . I A ' .' . , U ' 1 ,' ' ' ' ' A r - r - - , . . . Y .Q Y . BILIX IAIRD xxrlls hrs :rbrlrty to get 'rlong xxrth ALI the grrls to Robert Mrrnord LAI RA IAMBERT xxrlls her sxxeetheart trtle to a popular comrade MARGARET LEWIS xxrlls her beruty msrrk to Dolores Rrehex MH RA MANININC xxrlls her cute lr I nose to Krthleen Ixfudd XX AINDA MAINRX xxrlls her stylrsh xx rvs to Betty Smrth DAN MARCONIIEI xxrlls a fexx pounds to Iredr Robrnson IONA MeC1I IRE xxrlls her ehampron baby beefs to Maurree Ross LAWRENCE MENARD xxrlls hrs brcvele to jerry Crrffrn SHIRLEX METREYFON xxrlls her athletre abrlrty to Brrbrrr Iohnson Cyl EINN MII I ER xxrlls hrs d rnerng, rbrlrtx to Phrllrp Roehu k LANXII' ANN MII LS wrlls her redhead temper to jo Ixelxnf rrrelter LINDA MORGAN xxrlls her cool temper to Dr rne Drxrs DXIUAINI MORRISOIN xxrlls hrs nrtknrme Bones to Brllx C urllot KIP MI RRAX xxrlls hrs brnd medals to Mxrr Bennett LI ANOR PAIIN II R xx rlls her brlrtx t 1 get lung tl M lnloe to Bxron Rernstrr Sl E PARKS xxrlls rll the te rsrng, she gets rhorrt her name to rnxone xx ho deserxes the rrp JAMES PAI IERSON xxrlls hrs pool tue to joe Srtton MARX LOU PATTERSON xxrlls her lrttle errs to Cyarl Sxxe rt MARX PIII RSON xxrlls her rxerrge to rnxone xxho hrs xxorke r rart IISSII' QI ARI TS xxrlls her retrpe for e rke to I-'rt Broxxn DAVID QI IINN xxrlls some of hrs blondes to Irmes Vifrrnkle ROBERI RACKLEY xxrlls hrs xxrtty xx ays to Bobby Iherrot CAROLI N RADFORD xxrlls her pep squad presrdeney to Carolyn Rreketts MALCOI M RADFORD xxrlls hrs abrlrty to plax football to D D Perkrns DORIS RI AD xxrlls her errmples to N rnty Hodge bl ORIA RICARDO xxrlls her rblrrty to be SO ne rt to Corrrnt Ntrrrrotl-. DALI' RI INSI RA leaxes some of hrs prestrge to INorman Iherrot IIMMH ROBLRTS leaxes hrs rereuble drsposrtrorr to Prul Qurbederux PHYI I IS ROBIN xxrlls her full date book to Bettx Iou Smrth BI l II ROOI wrlls her rox rl trtle of Vrlentrne duehess to Prt C urllot ACK SAXII ORD xxrlls hrs gurtrr to Lrndr Iester BOB SEMONS leaxes hrs xx rxs xxrth the grrls to A A Crexxs AI I EN SHLI I IELD xxrlls hrs rbrlrtx to elrek rn r nexx sehool t rnx nexxtomer CLARENCE SI-IETFIELD xxrlls hrs prtehfork to Ierry Eagleson MARX .IO SHEI FIELD xxrlls her lrueh to INonr Brrquet KEININE I H SII IOIN le1x se hrs t rr to Douglas Brandon CHARLES SMII H xxrlls hrs brg baton to Rubx Sheffreld EDNA EARLE STARK xxrlls her flute to Barbrrr Vrnce-nt HOV ARD MERLE SI ARK le rxes hrs good looks to Drxrd Iohrrson DAVID SIRI ADL xxrlls one of hrs horses to r horse loxer SI EVE SI IIRROCK xxrlls hrs boxx 1nd arroxx to Sxxeet Iater Sandlrn KENINEIH IERXIC EH xxrlls hrs plrce on the sxxrm team to jrmmx Iletcher IIDIN EX IHOMPSONI xxrlls hrs trophx to rnother eood sport MARCJAREI TIMMONS xxrlls her oftrte rob to Clara Strnsburx DLX VAN CI EVE leaxes hrs golden toe to I rrrx Mrnrldr RICHARD VICKERS xxrlls some of hrs potentrrlrtres to Hubert Iyer BARBARA VIRQILIO leaxes her rrt abrlrtx to Crrrv Speneer BETTI VUEST leaxes her eute proportrons to Reba XX rllrams IANEI NX HII I EX xxrlls her xoree to Calendl H rrdx QPORCJE ANN W ILSON lerxes her book on hoxx to get a mrn tr Crlendr Ioxxler FVA ILAN XX ISIINER lerxes her pl ree .rs soda jerk to Del ors I-Irrrrs DOINALD E XX OODS leaxes hrs red h1rr to Valex Rox DONALD R Vx OODS leax es hrs mustang to Vol1 Hooper IOAN I OI Xb xxrlls her rerdemrt ax erage to Martha Sprttler I V. 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' . , v - ' ' ' .' ,- '-, - . , ' . r r . . . . class prophecy DUANE ADAMS designs men s clothing for Hoffer s GENE ALEGRE manages Alegre and Alegre Food Stores Inc SIDINETTE ANDREXVS rs a lady detective working for Scotland Yard JERALD ARNOLD has hrs own band rn which he plays solo cornet JACKIE ASHLEH on ns and manages Ashley s Amusement Park GAIL BEAGLE rs a home demonstration agent rn West Texas teaching lrttle girls how to cook and sew MARTHA BENNETT rs 1 musical comedy star on Broadwx y JALX NE BERLIN teaches school at Vrdor GLEN BOSMAN has won the Olympics rn basketball and now has hrs own pro team VERNIS BOL RQLE rs a dancer at the Congo rn Port Arthur GORDOIN BRADY has hrs own bicycle shop JO AINN BRINKLEY rs secretary for the boss KARL CESSAC ow ns and operates Cessac s Bar and Grrll KENNETH CLARK Who would hate thought that Kenneth would become a minister? CHARLES COLE marches darly at Annapolis MARILH N COLLINS models for Battlestem s rn Houston JOHN L COLVILLE after many long years rn the Navy has decided to re enlist SHIRLEY COINNIER teaches kindergarten children how to twrrl ROSELLA COL DER runs 1 sandw rch shop rn Fort Worth near the Army Base GAY NELL COL RTS rs receptronrst for Glenn rn hrs dentist office 'VELW X N CREVUS swims at the Hrppodrome rn New York stage screen and radio FERGL STE DECUIR rs a big band leader rn the Army THELMA DENTON has become the mother o triplets JL ANITA DOWDEN rs making camp rn Port Arthur JOHN EAGLESON ow ns a cat club rn Guadua Loursrana PETE FERNANDEZ rs rolling rn dough as a star K P rn the Army SHIRLEY FONDREN rs enroyrng keeping house for James DENISE FORD rs strll the frrencllrest grrl FRANK FORNOLS owns hrs own pool hall JACK FOWLER operates a used car lot rn Port Neches JANE GRIMES has her own charm school JANET GLIDRY rs now an old maid school teacher rn Abbeyvrlle Loursrana BOBBY GUTHRIE rs a prize fighter rn Bonga Bonga FLOYD HAMMOCK rs head of the National Auto Exchange GLENDA HEXT vson the Miss America trtle for 1957 MARTHA HINTZE ow ns a ranch rn West Texas LOU ELLA HOOKS has started a car hop unron MICKIE HORNE rs strll rn the Navy fVrce Admiral J BIRDIE HL DDLESTON rs now a fashion designer BEVERLY HL DSON rs rn the Merchant Marines CHARLES HUDSON does professional welding at Lamar DANIEL HOWARD owns a charn of Drve In Groceries BARTY JONES rs now a big wheel rn Nederland DAVE JONES has now served forty years rn the Naval Reserve Q Thats all right Ill get my I'3. C PATSY JONES rs a seteran Army wife VIVIAN KELLY has a beauty shop rn South Park NELLIE KIESCHNICK rs an arrlrne hostess for Trans Texas GI ENN LACY rs a member of the American Dental Board BILLY LAIRD has designed a specral souped up truck for garbage collectors LALRA LAMBERT has been cheerleader at Baylor for the past three years 1 7 . ' ' . ' 'a . , . v ' -- -I FREDDY CL'TRER, inspired by his success in the senior play, has taken Orson NVelles' place "on 5 ' . Y . . . t .HJ MARCARI1 IIXXIS1shc1tltlotl11n:, buxcr fm Numm IXIl1tuscfD1llls MX RA MAINININC11s mmng lxttlc Quntzr pl tycrs XX ANDA MAN RX IN HNISIQ dxrcctor of tht Sutton scxttttc DAN HARCON I FI IN :tic lUll"llf1IhCI1I'9t B1pt15tChurtl1 IONA M C I IRFh1s lIlf'ILl1flIlLdXXlfh clumpxon Angue IAXX RFNCI MINARD1s H11If1CL1tlJPCLjIX 'Ihcs ire just as muah IH c 1G ucr SHIRI I X MYTRYH IONI li 1 sxx1mm1m.,1nStrt1ctor It the Y W C A C IINN MII I I R md lm fmt mfg trc bttk togcthu lL,'lID II ANNL ANIN MII I N lNI11llxlI'1L, t tmp 1tColls.L,L Sfltltlfl XN1tl1BUt1 I IXDA MORGAN mmm lSXNlI'1kY dt IUIIIL shop m New X Ork DXX AIN MORRISON 18 mmtgcr of the Boston Rui Sox ' Ml RRAX Q lxtot t I I ms xurkmg, tor tht lulor Publulmlnz Compm HCS 91 publnwlnng mnulls 1 I I ANOR PA!NII'Rl11x tn all girl 1141 bmd S I I'ARKS1s 1 lnfc gutrd tt Ilkc IL1 IS FAI I SON lm x ot at xugh mt xx ttkms, 1 round the uorltl tru MARX IOL PA 1 I I RSON IS modehm, btthmg xuxts for the XVh1te. House NIARX PI IFRNON li tculum: shorthxntl xt I lmlr Tech IINSII QI ARI F5 mtl Pug 11 tu sat their xxtddlnx, tlltn uqun DAVID QI INV 18 nom 1 SLOLIUUISICI' BOB RACKLEX has bccn nltxonzl tcnms chlmpzon forthe pist two years CAROI X N RADIORD tlupntc her mms tmhntlons his scttlt I down to htmrm 1 houxuutt MAI C OI M RADI ORD xtttx tin xc tn of drift dotlgnnq IN ln tht Armx DORIS RI AD xx lff.1Cl1LI' lt Nndul and I lcrmntirs Qthool C IORIA RICARDO hls ttkgn Mn Cyluson s pluc 19 wmnucrtxtl lrlthmetxc teachcr DAII RIIN91RAn htll hop it the Dila Hotd IIMMX ROBI'Rl51s 1tHotLlD1Lu is itop flight M D PHX I I Ib ROBIN 15 thc tout of thc town BI I IX ROOT 11 is scttlcd tlmxn xuth Bxllx IAC lx NANI ORD IN liounttr tt Icftv BOB Sl MONS lx 1 lunar m Mcxmo Cm AI I I N SHFFYIFLD 15 utchcr for tht Bmumont fxporterb C I ARI NLE SHN I Il ID IN Xtdcrl md s om md mlw pamlus dcntnt MARX IO SHEllIIIDh1s1o1mti tht XX uw Ixl NNI IH SITION is IIISIDL, kxds m BL 1Ll'x.1lfL.v.1fdLf1S CHARI I S bMH H 15 bmd dun tor buk lt ol N H S IDNA IARI E S1 ARK his gone to St Loun HOXX ARD MIRLL SIARlxhut1kcn CI uk Lytblc x place m the IUUXILN DAVID SIRKADL1s stxll billing hay S 1 I VI NIL RROCK hu ihtrtm full of bctutxful glflg hi NINL I H 'IERXVI X lx mmagcr of 1SXXll'I1IH1I'lgfLJ.fU I IDNI X THOMPSON ls m the 1nsur.mtc busxncsx MARC ARI1 TINMONS IN m Y rn tcthnxum m Xedtrlmd s long, maxted hosp1taI Cl W VAN C,LLVI'1s surctus ofN1tholxon mdV1n Cluc Int RICHARD VILIxI RS hu yust rttcucd 1 tontrut from the cxts of Nederland as 1 mul cngmecr for 1 nun strctt projctt BARBARA VIRQIIIO ot Stlgc md mont fum lb currentlx stirrlng as M155 Sadte Thompson BI I IX XX FST non xsuglmx 150 poundx IANLI KX H11 LEX xi the hrst xx omm IHSKOI to the moon C IORC I' ANN NX ILbO'N hw tmallx dccxdnd on the rxzht one YVA IYAN XX ISTNER 18 1fUlIflCd2CLlPh1I'IT1'lLl5t DONAI D I XX OODS 18 prcsxtlcnt ot tha Colgate Toothpaste Compmy DONALD R XX OODS IS 1 motor scooter mlmman IOAN H OL NG1s bccrctm to 1 bxg txme opcrltor ' ' ' "'- " ' ', ,,,. 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' v , , . v . , 1. t . . k - - l K 1 ' A - . . .' Y vt' ' 'Q' L l -' 'L . above and beyond he 4L - Thc prune purpose of a hxgh school IS to tram nts students IH thc baslt slulls whuh thq mll mad to bctomt good CIUZCIIN ot tomorrow s world ln this scttnon Hu P12 I 101115 Nadcrlznd Hlgh School ln honoring, tht students who h uc uhlcmd stholarslnp md scrum lbosc md beyond thc tall of duty Ox f an ! fi , 5 . IS' GN BL 'E x 5 ll If v 0 o o , Q f 2 5 . l . 33, S l, 'l s if F, I - I 5 ' , l t Q J llo Q 1 zl 1 3? Z . xp, 3 ll . Left' U- 1 U 'A' V '7 1 , 'L ', 1 A lf 2 xi- 5 If V W - - ' no 5 K s 1 ': A U ' 'tt H A s P Q ' . . W 1 ' .-A an Q ' A 5 A ? '9 Q ' I' lx' ' 1' l ,b - ' - l K' l - , ' -. .V -A ,, 1- . y -' ' . -- KA -in-5 - -L Il- A . "pi , U ' s .. 9'M D 'vi 99? christopher murray Vazlecz',iL't01'im1 Editor of PILOT 1953 Boyf' Smte REllI7'6J'6I'Zldlj1J6 charles smith Sfzlffmformzz 3 . richard vickers Mr. Nederland High School Dfzzzforth Aware! lalyne berhn XI 'Nedulzzzff H1 la YLZJOOZ I 47 feanne mills Iiffifm' of the Bulldog Beacon ,bfi . C Z. X C larifto ploe-1' "K i 11" fVIz11'ra J' Senior Class English IV Award Solid Geometry Award American Chemical Society jim Willis Sophomore Class Agriculture II Award Biology Award Algebra II Award Award top ranking students These students received cash awards for being the top-ranking students scholastically for 1953- 1954 in their respective classes. The awards were presented on the HONORS DAY assembly May 13, 1954. Peggy MrCm'tzzey -vi 127' feamze Milly Senior Class journalism Award B. and P. W. Scholarship Alex .Nlzmzzy Freshman Class General Science Award junior Class Q -QM' 41 1r--- I41' 6 cl.: 5 190m Ram! Ivpmu Il Alfzrtfm Sllzifffcr IIsvnIiI'iLll'lI1ll vi I Pb: . I KKNG scholastic awards The stnldwmts on this .md the t'uIImx'ing IXIALICS rccn-ivcd medals on thu HONORS DAY .assembly May I5 for being thc top-mnkingg slmluns in the sulvjuts Iisu-II. III'YzIHzIl'C Kfq I7r1g:lisI1 I IUMIII Sm' Sharm' 'Ixping I 'VG Q-0' X jmzzziffz Dozwfwz Cfun:rm'1'ci.1l Aritlwmcth Gzvwz Sbmzrf Hmm' Iiunurxziu I 3 su scholastic awards fackie jfzmef Shop III Riflmrcl Viekery Mechanical Drawing 'Ui- I oe Woodufard Algebra II C lzrle 3' Tmvzer Pl.1ne Gconwtry Bennie. Z eigler General Math Cole Williams Algebra I K' l I It O, s . Billy Tmbmz Physical Education II Billy foe Waller Physical Education I as fl ',! scholastic awards Frank Forzmli' Physical Education IV fmzei Tmlmn Physical Education III f' 3 vs-Q iii Em lean Wistrzer Cxezietri. Malcolm Radford Pij.e::s 'l 53 scholastic awards fo Ezfelyz Carreker Art I fag Pelerfolz Agriculture I lf? wx D011 glaf Brandon English III A1111 A314025 English II K-so 11"-?-. DL' David Stfeadle Star Iimncr I 06111 Young Business English Shorthand I l' 'inn' ,,. FN. H-fx ""7 N v' ,mv 3 ga F? if M jane Alife Grizzzef pl'L'X.1N Illmwry .md Civiu Berry Sweat Sjmnixlm I 1 4 s scholasfic awards Smzalm Brown Social Studios 9 Almg Ellen Cox Amcrihm History if S.. QQ Sleplaezz Sizzrrork bhop I C-lcZ7'67IL'6 Sheffield 5310? II 'iw 'W 4 ,L fW ,nh Glemz Lacy Trigonometry Dolorer Whitzrzazz Physical Edutution II feri folazzfozz Not pictured is thc winner of the Physical Enluczition I awartl if ,YQ Gay Il7i1z1er,f I Home Fcunoniits II W'cvrltl History C ara! yn Radford Family Rc-lations i 9 I scholastic awards Girls' State Representative 1954 Q-" I till, I Ill ...qi ,iS 4 . Pliysital Iitlucntion III Shirley M8f7'Ej'60II Pliysiml Iiiliiultiun IV B11 rburfz H em mezzwzzy 1' M, I if Nw, scholastic and service awards Pbif RUl'!2lIt'k Plum' lfvnxmxrtly Bob R11c'Hc"y :mo rm LIHAMIJQY X s A - l'11xrpl.nf 7 David fwzess Ycrvuu .ix SL-num' Class PIL-snip-nt Mfzzzrife Rom 4-H Cmld Stair Buy ,gun ,Q Z I K 5 if .kf"" .U.af-', 'loixff Gzfikfzl- L:f:.:.z Le 'iff x,-A T. national honor society ful front nm lcft to rlght lNcll1c lXlLNQl'll"llLlC Phslhs Rohm Icannc Mills Cxrolyn Rldford 0 Ann Brmklu Shlrlu Conner 9 mnl um xp Muxru Mxrquct Lulu lnlxnc Bcrlm C ul Buszla qtcphen Sturrock Bob Ruklu Third rms Ruhlrl Vqkcrx Mllmlm R lrnml Clcnn lux lloul Hlmmmk Chirlci Smith bm Vm Claw NATIONAL HONOR QOCIITY mcmlxri lrc saluted by thi faulty on the bms of clnmctcr snholmrslup lc.1dLr5h1p md scrum MLlT1lUCfSl1llU IS lIl1lfLCl to 15 per cent of thc Llxss To be ClILlblC for mcmbcrslup one must rata nn the upper one thnrd Qchol letra llls NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY X z Q f 5 I f A .Hi fv R , . N X I' E 4 f. ' ,gf Y N L 7 3337 A, RY V 'Ax . F M ., iwnx ' 4 " gif' O xl v "- R 1 K, 1' 'Q "ak i 1' gu".1' T 1' A '. . , ', , .L I '7' , . , ' ' L 1 V A . ' s 'f 3 1 X W X perfect attendance awards 16 'ea K I 90 Q These students wcrc awarded urtitinatcs for PLRI ICT A'I'IINDANCI: for huing neither bccn absent nor flfdy tor 1 period ot from om yur to thru ,LIFE st mu lc to right fu Ann kcnmu Inmttg briims Nami Spunslnr 5 x Dun Dani Bfetrcscimn Ross Hardx Lcond rm Martha Spittlcr F V XX l'kiillIT1 Mum Xihulson Mary I'llLr1 C x Cui in Cleve, crry 'Irah.1n. ' ird row: D vid u'nn. Sylvia Dum. -I inim Gauf.,h, Betty Sweat. Gail S 'c . Char rico. and Richard Vickers. - as citizenship awards JERRY EAGLESON 1954 Burn' 51.114 Rrfflwvelllrlfll 6 Nick Ruysenaars, jimmy Love. and XVendell Radford were awarded service pins for their faithful care of the flags. Ann Adams. Gwen Sliuurt. Carolyn Ricketts. and -In Ann Slicrmiin wcrc awarded service pins for outstanding library service. ti- g.i.s. letters Front row: Denise Ford, Shirley Metra-yc-on, Gwen Gray. Vlanell Continnne, Evelyn Henk, Mary Ellen Cox, and Shirley Haryill. Setond row: Rosella Couder, Marie Nicholson, jean Vifilson. Frankie Mulder. Betty Burnfin, Carolyn Ricketts, Juanita Gaugh. ir. 1. 91 'lr ' U ,'9 x An- Ill 'ii in swimming team patches Front row: Donald Vfoods, Troy :I v""" we Fu 'bi-nr " Marrs. Jimmie Fletcher. Kenneth I.iingham, and Rhode Richardson. Second row: Floyd NX"oodcock. Fred Miller, james Trahan. Mr. Howard, Coach. Third row: XX"illiam Guillote. Kenneth Terwey. Billy joe Whal- lcr. bl ..'4l9l3O3n-can 1959 Fxrst mu lxflfllll Bennett Btttx Nmntlt Llrolsn lxnmxlu Ku Vln C lun Dlrncll Arnoltl bcwml ron Llflull Lutcr Bucrlx Hutlwn Anltun Qlmltt lrl mx irlex 5II1lIl1 I ullcr :mu Mlrtm lxnp Munn Bob Ru Q These stuclcntb rcncnctl llrst clxxmon multls tt lnttrstlmolutxt lnaguc contcstb for instrumental solos cnsemblcs or fWlI'llI1g Wag. Fxrit nm Bam m Second ron Chlrlcs Smnth Band lcrquste DLCu1r rulxn Kmnslgs C Su lllfhlfl VIDSUD A Stxtf intl IP urru uwu lN :mn Chu' as Pnu: All Ntlte . ,gi gg , 4 t lf , if --4 ! 1 'S ' .4 Q , K U 1 -0 i as .' ,lx . 'I' " Y Q A ' v .5 ' A 1' g ' " . K X!-' ,V I K 'xx 4 ' , ' 5 , ,. , , Q ht --' 3 1 . ' Th' t f -fch. 8 f l 'l . .tm-Q lf . ' .W " t kr,-. - Q, 4 'asf A D ' 1 Q , - is ,H . 'K M F ' 1 ' 'KI U, 'J . X 'I 'V i Q , . 'E - 1 T' ' !f'.:'if:l',7 1 ' at ' 4' l l 5 6 is 1 ol U 1 A - A Lfvil '- l95-l- ' . 'i ' I' S ith. C11 1' ' hill f 'L-At. . Q . ' 5 . .- 1 . -15 ' . 11-i.'I.1 QK' M 'l41'f 1. 1 i.l-: ', -Qt orders of the sea ,xx 1 V' X' gi p """ ,,i...-g--L -l -Y-1: V ' j, 1 1-352- ' f'...'-'-I-T-it ilfll X S, .....--,.- i student council Bob Raeklex left presides 1tNederl1nd Hleh Student Couneil meeting Lett to rlght Kip Murru XX lndl Rxmm Ilriy XX 1rd Mike Burnfln Betty Burnfm Daniel Howard Mlere Nieholson Miss Bess Ierguson Peru Sanderson Jem Wilson Beirhxm Hem memxu Frankie Melder Due jones Peggy lNfeCartnew Rebl Vsilliims Plt Htrdy Jeri johnson Notpteturei Dime Dun Nellie lxiesehmek Dm M1reontel MISS BESS FERGUSON SIDOIIYOY Aeting in the 1re1 ,emnted it by the sehool administration thtt ot superxising, extrl eurrreullr tetixities the Student Council serxed Nederllnd High vxell this yeir It sponsored the club sxstem ot the sehool represented NHS in Distriet 28 AA Good Sportsmmshgp l.C1gLlL md held numerous pirties 1nd speeill exents sueh is TXVIRP QThe XVom1n Is Requested to Ply XVeek3 The Council originated and held the pre game eeremonies this ymr during footbfill se1son stlrted a Buddy Plln to help new students beeome lequainted it NHS 'md sponsored 'ln eztensive blood typing, progrim in Nederland Hi h is '1 civil defense iid, The Council w1s represented at the Southern Assoeifltion of Student Councils meeting Nox ember 4-7 in lil P'zso 1nd 'tt the Texfis Assoeixtion of Student Councils meeting in l.'lI'CLlO M'1fCh 2-1-26. sfudenf body officers .,x ,Q , 4- fl 3 Q IR was RACKHN 'pxklf NIIIDIR ww, ul If P , 'Z 33' 'lu BITIH BI RNIIX IRI IUHNNON L? Y I 0 1-WJQ L, 5 'H . N , . - r 5 I if VP Q ' X I 'I :X If if r' -5 fl ffl 'a',,. . .41 " .15 E sf W 1 1.1, 1 ' GAII. BEACQLE, I'r'rn'i.1u,'t A H. ELAIER RUDE, Sffwlrf lvffe Pr'r11Jw.'1 . r M, M ' -4' JO ANN l5RlNKl.lfY, lf.x'et'11fizr' Sut'r't'1,1r'j' '5' ' " CHARLES PRICE. '1',-wwf T7 ' 'AIP' pan-american sfudenf forum BARBARA HIHNIMENVUAY. I"1'ruf Vine Pwnidr 111 , NEl,l,lE KIESCHNICK, Cnr'm1iI1mr1d1'1,'g St'LA7'Uf.IVj' X, 1 3 Q I . Hi-'xxx z. : I 1 EVA JEAN W'lS'1'NER, Rfpf,,-M f it CHARLES SBIITH. Pr'f1.Qr.n11 Dlnrlm' 1 Q X ,LSE A ,gl MRS. M. E EORE. spawf V A xg. A , ' x f 'I ' U I ' 3 I 4, r s Q. I , ' v . I if uv ' sv ' N- - 1 ' fa, W Ji x Qian Seated: Charles Smith. Charles Price, Gail Beagle, Barbara Hemmcnway, Nellie Kieschnick, and Elmer Rode, Standing, left to right: Connie Lc-Blanc. Lfary Ellen Cox, Doris Read, Betty Sweat, Gwen Shuart, Martha Bcnnctt. Myra Bennett. Glenna Kelly, Ivfrs. Fora, Wilrla Sorrell, and Nancy Adamson. Not pictured: jo Ann Brinkley, Eva jean VC'istncr, Carolyn Radford, Anne Carlin, and Edna Earle Stark. spanish club P S x Hcnson rt puno Wnlrna Sorrell Wfrlda Sorrell and Frrst row lcfr to night Chrrlcs rxcc ony Noni Flye Brxcquct Second roxy Percy Sandcrson Lctntu Phlllnps Betty Smut Mxrr Bennett DL Ions Hirrrs Mlrlr Hrlton Mrs Fore and Muthl I lly SPANISH C LUB The Spamsh Club IS composed of students talcmv tlrst year Spannsh Mectmgs arc held cxcry lrrday durmyg, cllss time to gun 1 grelter undcrstmdmg of the customs culture and hnstory of the Latin Amcrrcm peoples as 1 supplement to thcxr rcgullr class fllcers are Presldent Percy Sanderson Flrst room study of Spamsh O nd Vrce Presldcnt Letntra Phllllps Vlce Presxdent De Lons Harris Seco Secretary Sonya Henson and Treasurer Martha Ealy PAN AMFRICAN STLDI NT FORLM The Ncdcrllnd Pin Amerxcan Student Forum ns chapter No 150 ot the state orgmrzl hon PASI ot Texas The purpose of the orgamzatron IS to cn courage a respect and tolerance toward all natnonalntres m the Amerncas by studymg thc natlons and peoples of the countrxes ol the XX estcrn I-Icmrsphere The members are encouraged to learn Spmnsh Illffklllllll of L OIUIULIIIIL 'iflOD MRS Bi I. FORE Srnzmv um I shop and mechanical drawing club First row G Hebert K Terwey, H. Stark, T. Rahar, R Doucet C Sheffield G Brady C Stur rock J james S Sturrock B jones and Mr. Gerbcns. Second row R Vickers C Williams, L. jones, C. Cole I Himmotk G Arnold R T Luce Third row Simoneaux J Griffin, K. Bean, B. Sturrock C Terry W Austen J Maxwell and Fourth row L Sain Dowden, F. Cutrer, F. Miller J Harrmg.,ton J Sitton G Eisenmann I Woodward R Brown B Laird, J. Bailey, and D. R. Woodg 42' CLAYTON STURROCK Club Sufwerirzleudeazt CLARENCE SHEFFIELD Cla ff Sllpfrfrllflldelll GORDON BRADY Sefn'1.n'y NAMOIN choral club Fxrst rovs Kathleen Smlth lanct Gunlrx Ivlthrxn XX lrmr Iiattx VC allm lf ursc Nlllirr lc Marv Pnterion Velmq Spcll Valxcrda Alnihncr lmcllc liwualrcaux ml Shrrlu Plrrrslr ond rovs Gall Munurd Bcttx Wfut Ilclml lol sr ll, Ddurr D Q I IN mn Iirlcl-cm Mxrtln Hmtzc Guan Sclwn liarbzri I-lcmrmnwx IW 'N llll lar lun ml Agncs Puusrm lfkl YOXK Vcrncll Boudrciuk Iiirlvlrl I llmnr I mll lc t n IN lrhx lun 1 Demsc Ford Wfanda Zerglu Betts Smrtlm Msn Nldnnmb Ilxll R lu In Cllnmll Hur crurth row L vucrcncc Menard Ink Mnfrrd Irmmx XX rmlxln lc all A nf Ilmmr Stir 'mlsn Lcstcr Ncllxun Crews XX ncll Nlmrx I ssra C rl I rr S r lu Muruun md Mmme lean Hxmllu run " ff XYAXDA BIAXRH HIRE INIARGO DAVIS LEQ IArK Fr I E QQARI- ' Aff 55 :.' 1 ' ' ju'-L S. 125585.11 LE.. ,P g B i z! T5'!"2'3'-FQ.. -il IA Puiiiivs Hbfqry Mfximm smii 1.1214 l t 1'v'ui.fu1! R- 1' " club SONYA HFNSUN Ciftlii ll.YN Rlfililiil 'IAS 5t4'v'tf,l1'l Sfft.f.l.l l,t.1Jt r' i 2: mag, fb-Q vi wwf A -S. if fs. 8 I - X ' - I 'L 315 Q' 5 ,. .4., , 5121 " W gf 5.1 ff- Q rms. s'1'ANC1L GWEN sHL'ART MRs. RL'ssE1.L 3223 ' " . 4' S,"v'.w v' I'm.rfrfn1f Sjlffflwr 1 , N, s ' m2'i"1'Y isuizxifix If 177, r -N4 DE1,oRtzs vc'H1'i'MAx D'l""fff . f f ' ff '1',.:-,,,,,.,,. P.I?'If,I771t.'?lf.l7'f.U? I 'f QA ' 's""+0f:-'lffbk-.ia4i'2i'a.,t" y" ,gi-gg ing In front of serviee desk. left to right: Velma Spell. Glenna Kelly. Barbara Hemmenway, Ann Adams. Dixie Campbell. Kathleen Mudd. I.etiti.1 Phillips, Behind desk, left to right: Delores XY'hitm.in. lxftlftllkl Spittler, Elaine Streetman. Lfrs. Russell. Sonya Henson. ,lo Ann Kennedy. Betty liurnfin. Carolyn Ritketts, Gwen Sliuurt, Sc-ated: Mtirlu Hilton. Vernis Bourque. Mrs. Stnmil. in haekg lfdnti Earle St.u'k. .ind Viviun Kelly. The purpose of the LIBRARY CLUB is to give the student library assistants opportu- nities for recognition and participation comparable to those given to students participating in other major school activities. VIVIAN IxI I I N 4 LJ JI4 SARAH DOOI II I II L 4 I I gsrs IVAIIANXXININIR " N ft NIIIDRID IHIRIUT "' CAII ISIACII. lm ur I4 1714 4 LIOTTO Run 111 nz Le ld lo Wake fbe BufBe!fe1 "' Q-17 4331- M ...S Seated Garl Beagle Em jun Wrxtner VIYIJU Kelly, and Mirah Doolnttlr. btandmg Dom Ruuenurs Nmu Arhmxon Mrrthr Bennett Mus Lorene Llttle Assrstant County Home Demomtrltlon Argent Dorscx Ntrut Mrrrlm Xsvflfl md Gul Munord The NLDLRLAND SINNIOR I H GIRLb C LLB I5 one of the twxelxe 4 H gurls nlubs IH jefferson County Mectmgs arc held both nn .md outsrdc school mth M155 Lrttle, 4 H agent, and Mrs Helen Ross, xoluntcer adult leader .- P if f 4 h ' I . 1 ' I -Q ff? If 'fair P31 I ,I v'r.,1,.f4vL r I A 4 i , . Q -, V vfggf-g', A I fi J' ,fr rx 3-,I 'V J Tn X A. I f . ' 4' ' . f I , 2 ' ' I , of-I-Cy SL 'wld I'1c PM I 'dr 11! I . I Q ,7 Rc jmvfrr 'Q 1. Wd I ' 7 ' I V1 'ff ' . pad v- srf A of I 0 1 5 A1-,Ii ' g DORSIQY S'I'RIfIf'I4 GAII. INIAINORD 3 ., I Sz 'r'gl.lV1 . If '. U' K 'I "5 5 I ' S I . . r f I Ia ' , x I I 0 , E! CJ J, 1, v 2 1 1-4 Q' W-7 1 J , AP 'I future nurses Members of the Future lxurses console thcrr Presrdent VIXIQH Rally rn bed Next to the bed are Ann Adams XY anda Ryman Edna Earle btark Eyelyn MeElx un md Kathryn XX arner Behind head of bed are Carolyn Povsell Marthl Bennett and Velma Spell Bcbmd frrst group are Wanda Maury Delores XY h1tman Marllyn Lester Vernell Bourdreaux and Glenna Kelly The purpose of the FUTURE NURSES OI'f.,lIllZZ1flOD IS to tram hrgh school gurls who are mterested m a future career ot praetleal nursmg The members engage ID practxeal vsorle and trammg that wrll be useful ID therr homes VIVIAN KELLY - A Mas. FRANCES LANGsToN " fd' 'f' ' E' Spmlror' lfwf r ff R E' 1 DORSEY STREET WANDA MANRY S erret.1fy Social .Leader PEGGY GREEN SARAH DOOLITTLE Viue Preridwzt Reporler f. , h, , .ff D , 1 a. 1 ...W M.. VIVIAN KELLY INIARY GUTHRIIE WANDA RYIWAN REBA XYILLIAINIS CAROLYN RADFORD SHIRLEY CONNER Praridwlt Vice Pnnridezzl Scr'ra'I.1ry T1'e.1.f1zrw' Rejwrlf r P.17'ff.l77Z6?If.1l'idlI First row: G. Courts. M. Leysuth. S. Conner. M. Guthrie. V. Kelly. XV. Ryman. R. Wfilliams. and C. Radford. Second row: Beverly Stephens. Il. Cooley. D. Ruysenaurs. L. Lambert. J. Whitleyf. V. Newcomb. C. Henson. F. Coffman. G. Wfinters, D. Richey. R. Sheffield. S. Dean, L. Rauwerda. B. Root, D. Arse- ment, and D. Campbell. Third row: P. Guillot, E. McElvain. E. Fruge. N. Sponsler, XV. Zeigler. F. DeCuir, F. Hartner. M. Ware, L. Grimes. B. Simms. M. Manning, M. Lewis, M. Singleton. and B. W'all. Fourth row: N. james, K. Mudd. J. Shaffer. F. Rowland. B. johnson. -I. Gaugh, G. Austen, G. Shuart, L. Lester. E. Painter. J. Young. Miss Newsom. and H. Brassier. x,:N'WMNi-Q7 Q ' - .2 1 alnieifii ew Ax..- " ww f-- GAY COURTS RUSS IWARGORIE NEWSOM Sergazut-.11-Ax'nz.r Clufvfcr Adrimr INIARGARET LEYSATH Song Leader FHGQ 6-gb gurls Intramural sporfs Frrst row Iona MCGUIIG Shrrley Metreyeon and George Ann Wrlson Second row G Austen P Hardy j johnson M Hudson M Pullen L Grrmes G Mamord R Fuston H Barley F Patterson L Smrth and D Davrs Third rovs J Young D Ruysenaars B Stephens M Cox M Guthrre M Nrcholson C Rad ford C Rrcketts M Dams M Ealy S Henson and C LeBlanc Fourth row S Beard L ONeal M Brackrn M Handley E Spencer N Perdue G Gray R Norman J Wrlson B Burnfm S Sponsler and L Phrllrps Frfth row W Manry B Huddleston F Hartner H Chester J Mrller F Mclder W Zergler P Brown E Streetman V Abshrer D Harrrs B Hemmenvsay and Mrss Mary Kay Thomas Sixth row L Lambert V Smrth J Carreker D Ford M Trmmons R Couder N Crews F Robmson D Whrtman E Fruge I Gaugh E Beck and G Concrenne SHIRLLY MFTRFYEON MISS MARY THOMAS 4' Preridwzl Sponrnr ' - N A M EO?-ij?crxP1e fidn nz fer-,,,ZEj'1RE N WKLSON ION I 'Z - ---.- -W--.Y X... ,wr- Q l 'Q' V-4' I pep squad First row: D. Davis. J. Brinkley. M. Ealy. F. Mtlflwuiin. S. Sponslcr, N. Perdue. P. Brown. R. Norman, LI. Ware, C. I.eBlz1nc, E. Rauwcrda. Second row: B. Stephens, F. Robinson. H. Liscnby, D. Harris, G. Contiennc. A. Youngi B. Simms, M. Pullen, J. Stewart. W. Zeigler. J. Vfhitlcy. C. Radford. P. Mtfgirtnc-y. B. Hcmmenwuy, and C. Ricketts. Third row: B. Palmer, M. Hudson. K. Mudd. E. Strcetman. C. Cuttia. F. Patterson, I.. Rauwerda, J. Young. D. Ford. De. Ford. and M. Handley. Fourth row: H. Bailey, IS. Andrews, I.. Phillips. G. Austen. l.. Smith. M. Lester. IW. Nitholson, B. johnson. G. Shuart. D. Richey. M. Peterson, Ci, Rioirdo. S. Andrews. lf. Burnfin. S. Henson. and M. Guthrie. MRS. BENNIE MCNEILI. MISS MARY THOMAS Y CON - . . ADFORD A -VE1, oDNR .. SQ MLA. Q CAR Pm,1.s,.. ff.fzQd6' NC The purposes ot' the PEP SQUAD .ire to support the arhletiu teams of Nederland High School and to.le.1d in creating .1 good school spirit. Novembe 25 1953 Ixederlmd Hip Q FUTURE HOMEMAKERS U TALL Phy WI 1 in Nwembe ,, 1. Y 1 making l in t mer ap ture t Sl yea Xmer Q C L35 I re Viv c Gulhl' tr,-xxxi Mitts 3 S E l' If r 121 Cblff pres pres ba W reporter Shirley Conner parli arran Margaret Leysath song l and Gaynell Courts sergeant at a George Ann Wilson was installing t cer Other retiring officers taking , in the installation were Sue Sherer L Carolyn is na Earle Stark Myra Manning Jan Whttlet and Gail Beagle Tl e table used for the installation was COVP s and a large red with four white symbolizing the X Call Can C lg 'N caiek X e not btgs V C5169 Ch-1 t Mo gl-FPoiKL6 .l the insral o their gues Ma st i ty Ann P '-IYLLIS ROBIN n is cl nsor 'I' CII1 ty of Phyllis Rabi was rated tops n wlo f- cr November 18 in the 4 District 28 the assembl llts present Fan ved a teen -f 1 'gli' Ball ort exec' Lit K gt tv Aus gm 6 M e :Mg X X byte mr L paxil fs erore t Vw' wil Quill nw, CXO A W0 ,Q Y' y morning I ef X LW! Son U AQAW tr senior did a song an X0 xi Ve swam Mk KW Kiss of Fire Giving vocs U 09 numbers were Mtrgory Harris sophr more Going Steady Margaret Lex sath freshman Mighty Like a Rose The BULLDOG BFACON is publlsheu exert three weeks by the jourmlrsm class 0 the Nederland Hugh School CarolynRadford senior presenteda pl an v silo 'Everything l Have ls Yours . H BLESS Y Q . MRS JO C AM Q Miss Bess Ferguson guidance counsel- Sponsor Shirley Met" Me president of the Gir club recently by with the other ca who tied with h Other GIS vice preside ind secretar Miss Mary tor is s Il! D0 Sesto . '.f13k0,. ' ,pe D nfffnae FC A' '711ceW' fe . 'oofn r"' f A576 G , oss Hardy was :c'7o,',' fc? MU? l the greenhand chapter o. clcb rkbrf-Cblffffn S Future Farmers of America .. 'We non? 1030, ing held recently, ' 4f,l9'f' Q8 on 65' Other Sreenhand officers elected ' R. of-2 LQ" 4 Q' ,V were: vice-president, Billy Tom Gal- rdfffg S1r,,,l'7Z My 0171! liong secretary, Billy Hickmang treas- cordeo -'fbp,,rf"n, gffklq urer, Marlin Tomling reporter, Carroll petition be ' llgh7ff,,,7tCf:1,5 OOM in , , t I . ' ' 76 lamsg and sentinel, Billy Deese, fm area 'fl R610 . .,. r presided durirg lil6.lSSCl'l'lblY District 'S-AA Sweetheart wt ,d from the nominees ofri schools at the Janna' ' at rre cr lill' tFor further detatls.sf' vernber GSL m -t in th .itor J RS WORK TOWARD :EST BEST PROM orking toward their annual lum' .or prom the Junior class has I ' lnccd that they cleared 3275 50 Y ecent doughnut sale Also as a means of obtaining ill-' for the gala affair t.1e Juniors 92' been selling 'tags and 'date books. Besides working hard to raise mont the class also gives it away, They! cently presented Mrs, Stella Brown, the high school personnel, a chct-F 320, Mrs, Brown suffered a fall an a result became unable to work, Y , " L ".: .v O Q I OF ...-...-. ...1 NE In - if 'X 4 9 ' l I : ' ' tp- rx S V I fe' :lr ' ' h ' C 4 A ' I y I X ' .1 I ff! ' I l 3 ls 1 1,1 . Ol . T uf f I 1 ' j' ' . A . . ' - T: - , 2' G 3-'df', n. ecr 'X' . ." Cr r 5 ' ' , hc S T .K . i ' . , , ' all ,gs 'y - . .D 1 -i Xa, vie ' ,"1, I s I . 5, 'Any A , ,,,Y f" S A , V . 0 I h ' ' ' ' A 'X'- f I v ' A . B . O 9' ' . v J matt? Wx? X uh, ,tl he , Y . - p idx t- M. et . - r Q ' f' , , ,Su -" Y -a ' 0 .1 K rorl uritlrw r.-.srl v-nr-,Q i I - - Y X91 I Q fu V ' ' ' . 3 blk' ,K A yy. A ,, . 'H ' . ',, , . . , t 4 w X R QJAA Str, ' -V' . ' . X 1 . ' I I .I , ' k ' ' is S N ' YA ,ffl X 'F .. . . A .G ' ' , EAL 'I Is V ' H ' , j fr I 1 K S. D l W' ' ' . - , yr I A I 4 . . - .dt fl. a n . .. , , t , I .Ill L I ' 4' V x , I ' . Y k .,, , ,A dst 1 r an t ml r 1 K I P Ce . H ,fl , Af' ddr! X 1 1 t , , HAR ' 4' 'Y I , , Q .S S. cl SU f YP 05, 6 fi A. 2 1 R f f 5 7 ' -Yo 'O I J ' . i t S C 1 fd I I u I . Cn A' C F0 X c 'J f I fl D I r C GI' NIWIII BAS5 I1 Pr 11111 -1 cub iARH IONCI bl lHRll 1 1 ARIHA NNN! l'l null: MISS XX AI lxl R ' 1 JAMI S HAMMER lnlrurfx W i ,J i ri Frrst row left to rlght Barbara Vmson 'Nlancy Hodge Flunc Strtctman Mary joue buthrne Dorsey Street Brrdre Huddleston Martha Bennett jrmmy Fletcher Gall Munord Pat burllot and Drxre Campbell Second row M155 bfary Walker had Svscat Cxaxl Bemle Xuull Base Clrroll Altrctl mel Vllnt Roy The purpose of the ART CLUB ns to dmscox er talent to learn more about art and to enjoy and apprecxate art Q , . N .- ffm' Vw ind A 'jg 5 P 'es 'duff Q K N AI - 4 5 ,L v Ep. - A: V 5 ' . gs ' .1 ,. ,. 7 if l K l if 'A N, , ,f A n K..." M .Il -ga X ' vw - ,. 4 , 3 " T 2- 1 1 1' V iQ l 5 5. . il 1 .A X V 'T' lv X' , A .. . ...df k V 'R V V -W A - AV A l 0 , ,f 75' Pd f.f.a. chapter farmer officers ' ' - - 1:-I 935 -cr, 1? I I . . , , .- "'r . hqnp- .- Tu Yi' A IN 'I A M N 'K -5 Q af " I ,IIDI -IERRY DALE KENNETH PA'-'L WIAYNE XYOODROXX' VC'II.I.IS DCVRIES CONNIER TIZRVUEY CORBELLO TYLER Pr-,wdc 211 Vik Pre ffdckflf Sean t.1r'5 Tm'.1r1zm r Refmricr Snzlmgf C LAURA LAMBERI The purposes of the NEDERLAND CHAPTER of the ILT' RF IARMFRS of AMERICA arc those of the mtxonll Ol'L.1HlZ1fIOH They ire to duelop com patent igxgrewxe rural and agricultural Ieadershxp to Lrutc more interest IU the mtelllgcnt Lholec of C' t1rm1n1 OLLLIPIUODS md to encourage members IU the duclopmmt ot IIILIIXICILIII farmmg programs TAR V' L COOK IU CSI ISIITICD IPI .1I'I11lI1f,, cl rbll r I 1 CMI! Il f f a greenhand chapter officers 51' --6 uf R0 5 BILLY TOM MAR! 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I-Ioopcr Wxlrrwr Colrcr A1111 Cfmmt Gaynell Courts B nf flume! Ruby Sheffrcld Shxrley Conner Conn 1 Bur Clzrnzel Charles Prxee B 17110219 Fergustc DeCu1r Peggy Thomas Pete Hudson Byron Rrenstra Alto Saxophone Beyerly Hudson Larry Fuller Lmda O INL rl Arlecn Choate lxona Faye Braquet Nelda Faye james Tenor S zxopbmze Rhcttr Sur Sherer Crrol Sue Henson Giymll I.aPo1nt B mmrze S zmophone Marth 1 Bennett Innrly Hum Irmmy Qheftxeld I md 1 Shelfleld Pltsx lohnson lNIoll1L XX llsh Ruth Hcnnxygrn A Hf HI I' V Xxlflxlllllll Cfrmlc Lours Boudreaux Charles I-Ienclrrx Icrrld Arnold Betty Iou Qmrth Myrr Bennett Crrolyn Knoyyles Iohnny Rlrhu loc Wfoodxx 1rd jatkxe lames Sue Parks blrlh Doolrttle 7727 Gwen N hron Iohn Lrmhert Patsy Hemmlngyy 1 l run Nprll Darnell Arnol l f Ir 111 lllc Alex Murray Cole X'X1ll11ms XEY kenneth Clark 'Norman Dennrs Flmer Rode Fdvy 1rd Brovyn Per fu f mm Kay Van Cleye Wrlma Sorrell Whlda Sorrell Margaret Leysxth Vrremna lvevycomb Glenda O Beal ship s log .l. G rad afffaefd . Z ,pr F I ...-ff-?.-Q' J 001. k H ,423 'WI 041. Eben BER It Q. Fl Sf ig' be W 1 ' 'N 6 1 3 . J 9 'mx Ui 93 X 1 X vo ov- C t V ahd A my V1 W1 A L ,...--4 Q6-YV 59' d 9 M Q hm V mln' 0 o X 1 4 ' 'Ag,,,4 bU,vv"'P R S xl VI! M S -E, Sch l n "W" s If . X i Y V . Z :-15 ? Ih X k Q QOBXQVN Q 0 l by v rv i' xx 7' ff . Z, JALYNE BERLIN was crowned Football S1l'66'ffJE11ff and Homecoming Queen by Mr. Palmer on October 50, when Nederland played French. Her escort was jimmy Roberts. Crown- bearer was Regina Bugna, cheerleader mascot. Early arrivals at the Brenham reception. Everyone seems to be sitting this one out. gl football receptions Following every home football game, receptions were sponsored by the Stu- dent Council or one of the classes, in the gym. Left: Dunning after the Bren- ham game -ll Trier, ,-f' ...1-1-- 1' , ..4 I W-.. v--v....L..4.,.a4s.. .-4 ' I "W ' Eff" -in ,"'l5.-- '1 FEV! L N ax A 2 E-W.,,.Kg1g' 'S V 5 , A 1 .JM 31' 90 n.h.s. pep rallies in 4- sy fl fs M K' ' f'. X b, ,, A , .. my ' Q- 35' ,f4 , F, as WM : f N, '51 " 4 ""' ' -' , em l 7 x i fn . f9 ?Fil , f p L N hx I f. A NX Pep rallies were held by thc CQHEERLEADIERS lu-lou cm-ry footlmll gunz in tha gyxn or downtown, On 5k'XLI'.ll ouasiom there wnrc vilrory' IW.1f.lLlL'N .mul lwforn tlu- lfrcnch g.1mC. a bonfire. Q x - A"l-s. Ny is im! 71,1 ' : , f Q? i . 51 l nr- li v.-,,,,, X QI- y " 5 time 3 All -what P sweetheart of district 28aa contest The QSAA GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP LEAGUE sponsored a beauty and talent con- test on january 27, at French High School auditorium. Phyllis Robin was Neder1and's candidate for Sweetheart. She was rated tops in beauty and talent by popular vote of the student body of N.H.S. Upper left: Bus of N.H.S. students bound for the contest. Upper right: Phyllis performing her monologue. Center left: Nederland audience filled one section of auditorium Lower left: GSL meeting in progress after the contest. Lower right: Nederlands beauty is number 2. u 1 V. ' 1 -L 'MW 1-vfsdw S, .sa freshman falenf show "Tl1i.s' If Your Life," was the theme of a talent show presented by the freshmen in honor of Phyllis Robin, candidate for Pilot Szzeefberzfl. l'p5-er left: Merry Hudson gixes her xersion of Al "flap- per." hyper center: Marilyn Mon- roe. N.H.F. style. Tpper right: XX'.1lIace Kay. emtee. interxiews Mike Burn- fin. Center left: The cast, Lower left: Pat Hardy and in-aw.:-s.,.... A. .Ieri johnson performed a dame routine in this "get- up." Lower right: The program fea- tured another dancer. hfary Pullin. 93 wvfff ,. it junior falenf show The JUNIORS held an assembly program in Feb- ruary to raise money for their Pilof Szz'eell2em'f candidate, Birdie Huddles- ton. Above: The cast. Left: jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe, alias james Tmhan and D. D. Perkins. Far left: R. T. Luce. makes like Betty Grable. Left: The juniors' pride and joy, Doreen Ford, performs with her partner. sophomore talent show i l P ul :J Fw lt xllx I i A j Q 'M 4 si-4 5. t z i 1 I , fl if 't,. i i n r. ooo F s .. 2 Q z i i i , J mf? The SOPHOMORES presented the "Big Boppef' and some Sophomore "cats" on their assembly program for Pilof Szreefbeart candi- date, Gay Courts. Vpper left: The "Big Bupfiwf' Vpper right: The cast. Lower left: Margie nntl Percy are really just acting! Lower right: Shirley Sponslor was the central figure in this pantomime of "G'fmd Loring." Right: Anne Mosley brought down the house with this one. This Student Council- sponsored affair was held in the gym on February 13. Part of the Royalty during the Coronation. 1' f ' 14' valentine coronafion and ball Above: jane Grimes. is crowned Pilof Sweelhearl. Dancers at the Valentine Ball. frontier day, fwirp week The Student Council sponsored Frontier Day on February 26, during TXVIRP Week. ,J Above: Heap big Indians' Above: "May I have this dance?" en- treats Pat Hardy of Larry Ward. Scene is Frontier Dance on the last day of TWIRP QThe Woman Is Requested to Payj Week. tal Above and left: joe stay on the "horse." and Hubert try to 97 beacon beauty contest Sixteen candidates for Beacon Beauty were presented to the student body. on March 19. GAY WINTERS I e junior pan-am acfivifies pldyfasr Day of Clyde, I Part ofpm 14 bynpflf which na Gall Belqln pllcul suond in the Stltc PASF typical Iltm Amcruan me tume contest 1t thc Qtqte comentxon May 1 Cjlllder the Span S Pffxsent 9 fi Mrh 'Sh C1 ed On Percy Sandeass Martha E Pan America 1-son as th P aly Played n E rm fc Ce Charm, '72 MW ICS! ng X 1.09 -Pm WWW A Khc PSS wi'-'C U0 t ggailf ,m0 3 A09 0 K C n ' L vi K n LK 7 it CKWCKCO gg U 5 gxidig Nyc fuhtfuq enne m-P303 m L0 X yixn Nlatik' who acqo S cnififc C x Pwqxk hc' Pa an 0 nnex Ot Le bi' Z0 Con esta Conmcmvu ww Q SS contcvhgmt C e Sean r url H mmnnxsu un 1 Lmdn ga Ntllc N 0 mg Nun Will n x Q mu lvl Munn 99 the junior-senior prom The Junior Class honored the seniors with the ANNUAL PROM git the Har- vegt Club on April 2. Left: Tessie Qimrlem .mil 'lip Atl.ims were among the many seniors git this gala 31 ,g .A ...rx Right: George Ann W'ilson :mil Glenn Bos- man were alan among the many senior Couples at the Prom. Ki , :, Center: Dxmin lNImris0n, sen- ior. with his tlate. XY'.1ntl.i Ryman nf the Suplininnrc Class. Vpper left: Birdie Huddleston models ti black ballerina length formal. Lower left: Linda Lester of the Freshman Class and Homemak- ing I, models this street dress of polished cotton. style show 'llle Home Etonomics De- partment under the direction of Miss Marjorie Newsom, presented a STYLE SHOW on May 12. Above: Gay Courts. senior. mod- els a frothy formal of nylon net. Vpper riglt Frances Coffman, iunior, mo .els separates. She is a I-lomemiking ll student. Lower right: .luanita Dowden. senior. a Family' Relations stu- dent models a ballerina length formal with 'a Sequined bodice. ...,. . -B hx ,v vw-'M s 7, '-:C 1: IE ' 3 af' gawk? 'iw x ' 9, ' , , . , .fy , t - . 1 A., f I ' fT,,'0.w3-J T Q Q V . I -ffm, ,lf I , V . A M. , ,K 7, YQW, 4 .A 4 'G 'fxgw , Q Q L . 5 .7 ,Mig E . Q3 Q-an 4 N: fr N . - 62 4. 'v I, 1 -F f 'vin 2 ' " N- " -I if' 3 f Q r f ' '- Q, 0 3 , A 1 X l02 llnmmencemenl Igrugram NEDERLAND I-HGH SCHOGL Yxl:l3l1Rl..-XNE7, 'TLA lhnrsuzly Ironing, May l.-.ttty stttrth rXlllClUCll Hnndrtrd llfty to r l ight O'rslul'k :1ltICv.'5SlUll3l................... linda Ltsttr "Purim and Qi1rcnnrsr.rnce" , , , , , , li gat Izzx-ncation....................... Minister -- Church of Christ "One Hundred Years ln Retrospect", , Salutatorian VncalSolO........ .... .... . "A Perfect Day" , , , , , Barrie Jaco lntroducrlon of SDCPWCI ........ . . . .... . . . Superintendent of Nederland Schools 'Crosslng the Threshold From High School To Leadership ln thc American Way of Life dlrls Sextet . . . "I Hear a Song" , , , , , Richard V, Hyatt "Education in Prospect", , , Valedlctorian Presentation ofthe Class of 1954, , , , , , , , , Principal of Nederland High School Awarding of Diplomas,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mr Murray Llbersat Presldent of Board of Trustees, Nederland Schools 'Alma Mar2r'......................... Senior Class Audience will please rise and remain standing until after the recessional, Benedlction . . . Vincent Guarnere Recessionalu................... Linda Lester "War March of the Priests , , , , , , , Mendelssohn Mrs Margo Davis Accompanlst and Duector Charles Smith, salutatorian. speaks on One Linda Lester freshmm sings A Superrntendcnt C A Mathews HUUdfCd YSHFS In RGYYOSPCU- Perfect Dav Linda sms also introduces speaker Mr Wirltcr 4 5 AA.. e Q.. xx. re -v , 'ff ff . 1- A X TE x-,xl Tv! 'Q . QQ 1 . ,.1,i -, at 5 b H A if V, l 1 ! 5 ,.a-. ..r" '."'. w. A- Q 4- .Y . 1, gg V21 QQ , ' . S Z ii ii if :Zfa ,.' '. ' I Y' 'v i-?,'.:',,. 4" i+nf"45s' ' 1 MV f 3' 'ti !'?'2?"f!: Q-xiii' V2 5 ' , l " Y F 'PA , . b 9 P i , Q . Al " ' x f i 'f . 2,5 fr S ' .QL X Em ,g z Ji l' gy au 1 his If K Q5 1 Pl' D, Y , K s 5 ,, .g. f YA gn. ,fi 1 w tl tl .I Y mm -1 K . F. 1 call fo action the nederland bulldogs slate aa football quarter flnallsfs reglon V baseball champions X 6 Z j l V G9 W 17 -',,.. U , J J 1- W X SQRLM 0 A P Yuri fn LIDNEY THOMPSON V Eilxox RAMKE captains 'Q-i N Y 1' 1 GLENN LACY E H M KENNY 4 l i l I I A 'I-I: , ,. ... K 1. . . ' Q L . sf I 1 n.3'.,' ,Aj f c ' ' ,' ' ' l - er . A . .. f J "5 ' V541 rl , , 1 S . ,Q K 'qi' MA. ,x,u't , . V of V Q A ,f D 4? 33 , . 5 i pk liz ml Q MS je gqc gk M .i..g.- . S xi. is - .- . .N , A '15,-'iqwig i .I , , , 4 , 'u f ,in - , 3 it 'fi iff 'K' 1 i ' f:i1y'5,i XfN7Q9v,9'fT,ygf,:w K Jail,-L - f 1 ef 5 4 .' ,iq I " AQ -as-,QA ,l-. ,-A. N A A e .g ggi, .' , .,,,gii'. . A ,,. ES:h3i5.i . -, i 'S,:s, .a-e,xi:Je" 1 I be i.-5.1235-Tl'1'.'13"' ",' -W -- Q t"5'f-35.-1-five-Ii- A 7? 'Sf2" 1953 STARTING LINIZLVP Ia-ft to right: Pat Xlfaite. Bob Seinons. R. 'If lane. Lilenn Lacy, Malcolm Radford. D. D. Perkins. Larry Wgirel, Barty jones. Clarenee Sheffield. Percy Sanderson. Lidney llioinpson. SCHIZDLYLIE Nederland ...., 7 Bishop Byrne ..,,,, 0 Nederland .,A.......,, 55 lfrench , 6 Nederland ...., ,,,,,A 7 jasper ,...,,,.,..,. ..., 2 O Nederland ,..,...,..,, 4-i Silsbee ..... ..,. 0 Nederland ..,,.,,.,,,. O Saint Anthony ,,., ,r.. 0 Nederland ..,,........ 45 Vidor .r,,...,,, .... O Nederland .,...,.,.,,, 55 Cleveland ,,..,,, ,,., I J Nederland ..,,.,,,,,,. 40 Port Acres .,.. .,.. 6 Nederland ,,,. . ...,, -il Humble .r... ,.,. l J Nederland .,......... 21 LaMarque .... O Nederland ,,....,.,,., 52 Liberty ,r....,.,,, ,,,.,.. R 3 Nederland ,.,,..,.,r.. 51 Brenham 6 Nederland ,Ve,.,.,..,, 12 Refugio ,,,e,e,, e,5,,,, 1 3 Nederland .......,.... 7 Bishop Byrne ,,,,, ,,,, 0 Above, Glenn Lacy rips off long gain in the early minutes of the Canines opening game against Bishop Byrne. Right, Percy Sanderson gains 22 yards aid- ing Nederlands 75-yard touchdown march. The Nederland Bulldogs beat the Bishop Byrne Shamrocks by a score of 7-0, the lone touchdown coming only seconds before the half on a 75-yard march along with a 22-yard run by Percy Sanderson to the 2-yard line. Little D. D. Perkins then struck pay dirt on a quarter- back sneak. Guy Van Cleve added the extra point. Outstanding defensive players were George liisenmann, Bob Seinons, and Clarence Shef- field. nederland - 7, iasper - 20 Aided by several Nederland fumbles, the jasper Bulldogs' powerful offense ran up a 20-7 score over the Nederland Bulldogs September 18 in Bulldog Sta- dium in Nederland. Scoring began when Jasper recovered a Nederland miscue on the five yard line in the first quarter, and moved to a 6-O lead three plays later. Above: Dave jones struggles to break loose from Saint Anthony tackler. Moments later. Nederland lost the ball on a fumble. Nederland bounced back in the same quarter when R. T. Luce picked up a blocked kick and plunged over to score. Guy Van Cleve's tonversion pushed the Neder- land gridclers to a temporary 7-6 leadubut Jasper capi- talized on Nederland fumbles in the second quarter for two more scores. There was no scoring in the second half. The final score was 20-7. nederland - 0, saint anthony - 0 The Nederland High and Saint Anthony High Bull- dogs fought to a scoreless tie September 25 at Purple Stadium in Beaumont, Nederland threatened to score four times, while the Saints penetrated the Nederland half of the field only once in an advance to Neder- land's 35. The Nederland eleven made 13 first downs and 19-i yards rushing compared to four first downs and 42 yards rushing for Saint Anthony. Early in the first quarter the N.l-l.S. squad pushed to the Saint's five, but lost the ball on a fumble. The Saint's line saved them when, at the beginning of the second quarter, the Nederland Bulldogs growled at their two yard line. .The Midcounty team was stopped at their opponents 10-yard line at half-time, and a fumble foiled their last threat, a 24-yard drive to the Saints' 19-yard line. George Eisenmann, who intercepted a pass to end Saint Anthony's lone venture past the Nederland 50, and Dave jones were standouts on Nederlands de- fense and offense, respectively. nederland - 33, cleveland - O After scoring once in the first half, the Nederland Bulldogs exploded in the second, trampling the Cleve- land Indians. 35-0 in Cleveland October 9. Dave jones scored in the second quarter on a seven yard run, Sanderson scored twice in the last half on twelve and twenty-eight yard runs, and on an Indian punt George Eisenmann made a thirty yard runback to set up the next scoring play, a pass from Perkins to Thompson. Fred Cutrer nailed a Cleveland back behind his own goal for Nederlands two points, and a passing attack of Sanderson-to-Minaldi covered thir- ty-eight yards for the final score. Larry Minaldi made the lone conversion. Stellar defense players were liisenmann, Barty jones, Radford, Cutrer, and Marcontel. Ahoye: DAL 5 's ' rij em for a 'g gain ' . i lun we gan-. Right: Daxe ,lones hauls in a long pass to set a score whith he made gi few plays later. Below: Daw 'hints stainpers W yards for a Nederland store against Liberty. nederland - 41, humble - 0 Nederlands Bulldogs steainhrolletl the hapless Humble XVildcats 41-O October 16 at Bulldog Stadium in Nederland, I.idney Thompson led the way.with two scores on passes from Percy Sanderson in the first and third quarters. Pat Waite followed Thompsons first score by intercepting a XY'ildtat pass in the second quarter and rating 25 yards for a score. In the same quarter Dave ,lones scampered 14 yards for a store. Ronnie Foreman tovered a XY'ildtat kitk in their end zone for six in the third quar- ter. The final score came on a Perkins-to- Roebuck pass in the fourth quarter. Larry Minaldi added five tonyersions. nederland - 32, liberty - O The Nederland Bulldogs crushed their first tonfereme tompeti- tion. the Liberty Panthers, 32-0 at Bulldog Stadium Ottober 25. The scoring which ended Liberty's five game winning streak began early in the first quarter, when Larry Wrard tallied on a 20 yard pass from Sanderson. Minutes later. Dave jones stampered 30 yards to mark up six more points. A 25 yard Perkins-to-Thompson pass stored in the setond quar- ter, and in the third tanto. a Sanderson-to-'Ihompson pass play covered 48 yards to score in the third quarter. Nederlands final score came on a Q6 yard jaunt by fleetvfooted Perry Sanderson. Larry Minaldi and Guy Van Cleve converted Nederlands two extra points. Dave jones and Percy Sanderson shone on offense. as did Mar- contel. Fowler. Semons. and Thompson on defense. '09 Above: Glenn Lacy runs into the arms of French's Joe Dominic after a gain of some eighteen yards on a pass. Below: Dave jones cuts off tackle for no gain in the Vidor game. nederland - 33, french - 6 The Bulldogs ended an eight years' feud with the lfrench Buffa- loes by lambasting them 35-6 in Nederlands homecoming gamc October QSO in Bulldog Stadium. The Buffaloes move to AAA com- petition next year. Glenn Lacy made the first and last Canine scores, Percy Sander- son crossed the goal twice, and D. D. Perkins made one T.D. Dave jones was the major ground-gainer for the Bulldogs, although he didn't score. Larry Minaldi and Guy Van Cleve tallied two and one extra points, respectively. The Nederland defense held French to one score in the opening minutes of the second half. George Eisenmann, Raymond Doucet, Bob Semons, Malcolm Radford, and Lidney Thompson starred on defense. nederland - 44, silsbee - 6 Nederlands Bulldogs struck through the air and on the ground to knock over pre-season favorite Silsbee 44-6 at Bulldog Stadium November 6. After a scoreless first quarter, Dave jones crashed over from the one-yard line forthe first of his four scores for the Bulldogs. Lidney Thompson counted for two more in the second and fourth quarters. Percy Sanderson scored in the last minutes of the first half. Guy Van Cleve converted for two extra points. Silsbee's lone score came in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter. Offensive stalwarts were jones, Thompson and Radford. Eisen- mann, Semons, and Cutrer were defense standouts. nederland - 45, vidor - 0 Guided by D. D. Perkins, who threw two T.D. passes and scored another himself, the Bulldogs slaughtered the scrappy-but- outclassed Vidor Pirates in Vidor Novem- ber 15. Dave jones opened the scoring with H 15-yard run in the first minutes of play. Guy Van Cleve kicked his first of three placements. Lidney Thompson and Larry Ward scored on Perkins' passes in the first and second quarters. just before the half. Perkins scored, bringing the halftime score to 27-0. Larry Minaldi intercepted a Vidor pass to end a minor threat in the third period, and at the end of 65-yard drive Glenn Lacy scored from the one. Nederlands final scores were on identical plays by George Eisenmann and Ronald Broussard in the fourth quarter. nederland - 40, porf acres - 0 Nederland made their distritt thanipionship official by smashing vvinless Port Atres in Port Arthur's Yellow jatket Stadium, November 20, The last hall sm most of t Nederland reserves pressed into servite. Glenn Lacy stored twite for the Bulldogs, and Dave jones. D. D le Iir Minaldi, and jatlq Fowler notthed one each as the Canines punthed lLfU5S tvxo toueh downs in the first quarter, three in the second, and one in the third Guy Van Lleve booted four tonversions. nederland - 21 , lamarque - O A powerful Canine defense that refused to budge plus a fleet- footed offense that couldnt be stopped spelled a 31-O victory for the Nederland Bulldogs in the bi-district tilt with the I.aMarque Tigers November 27 in Bulldog Stadium. David jones was the big ground-gainer for the Nederland eleven with 128 yards tolletted. jones made the initial store in the first quarter, and Guy Van Cleve made the first of three perfect placements. Glenn Lacy, who totaled 79 yards rushing, made the second score in the second quarter on a lateral that covered 59 yards. Percy Sanderson made 102 yards during the game and made the Bulldogs' final score in the fourth quarter from nine yards out. Right. lubilmt Bulldogs telebrtte vinnine t bids tritt thzmpionship Left: Peru Sanderson spins mn tiom Liblnque tackler md buf: JI i the Qotl for the store Beloxv left Liriy Minaldx heads off 1 Ltlwlnque batlv and stops him after 1 slight germ Below larry Minildi runs into I1Mirque Iinebatkers hands ifter a short gain nederland - 31, brenham - 6 Nederland's powerful Bulldogs cleared regional and marched into the quarterfinals with a 31-6 triumph over the Brenham Cubs at Bulldog Stadium December -i. Nederlands first score was set up in the second quarter by a spectacular 68-yard run l by Glenn Lacy. Four minutes later, D. D. Perkins added six points on a one-yard play. Dave jones scored twice in the second half, once in the third quarter, and again in the final period. A Nederland fumble set up the Brenham score in the third quarter. Glenn Lacy scored on the first play of the fourth stanza. Larry Minaldi kicked the lone placement. The Nederland line, including Malcolm Radford, Lidney Thompson, Raymond Dou- the Bulldogs' win. Above Dive jones racks up part of the 128 yards he guncl igain t Brenham. nederland -12, refugio - 13 Time ran out on the Nederland Bulldogs at Robstown December 12 as 'the Refugio Bobcats intercepted a Nederland pass in the last play of the game to hold their 13-12 lead over the Canines in the state AA quarterfinals. A penalty in the first quarter and a fumble in the fourth proved disastrous breaks for Nederland. A Nederland fumble on their 14 yard line had set up the Bobcat score in the fourth quarter. Immediately after the Refugio seven-pointer, the Bulldogs staged a 75-yard drive to the Refugio five yard line in six plays. including four magnificient Perkins-to- Thompson passes. XVith only 15 seconds left, the Bulldogs were forced into the fatal aerial which was intercepted to end the game. Nederland opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 93 yard drive which ended when Dave jones scored from the five. Guy Van Cleve's successful extra point was nullified by a li-yard penalty. Refugio bounced back with six points after a 65-yard drive in the same quarter, and the store stood at 6-6 until the third quarter when jones scored on a 15 yard march. The try for point failed, and the score was 12-6. The Bulldogs outclassed Refugio stastistically. with 14 first downs to eight for Re- fugio, 149 yards to Refugio's 83, and 96 yards passing to 79. Refugios touchdown and successful point try in the fourth quarter, however. gave them the higher score: I 5 l 7 Dave jones, Glenn Lacy, and D. D. Perkins were offensive stars for Nederland, while Fred Cutrer, Raymond Doucet, Phillip Roebuck, and Malcolm Radford turned in top defensive chores. cet, and Fred Cutrer, played a big part in 1 the nederland bulldogs "A" FOOTBALL TEAM Top row, left to right: Coaeh Vernon Ramke. R. T, Lute. Raymond Doucet, Gordon Brady. Lidney Thompson. Robert Mziinorel. Bob Semons, David Quinn. Coach O. A. Phillips. Second row: Glenn Lacy. Larry Wartl, Pat White. Clnrentc Sheffield, Dan Martontel. Maltolm R.1dt'ord, Percy Sanderson. Phillip Roehuclc, -limmy Roherts. 'l'hii'd row: Dwuin Bforrison: Jack Fowler, Howard Stark. Guy Van Cleve. Larry Minaldi. D. D. Perl-tins. Dave Jones. George Eisenmzmn, Ronald Broussard. Fred Cutrer. Ferry Silkwood. Not shown: Brirty jones. Ronnie Foreman. Gerald Hebert. MANAGERS JIMMY ROBERTS PERRY SILKXVOOD GERALD HEBERT DVUAIN MORRISON X. S555 535 ::':- L H 2- p-Q-W 41- GORDON BRADY Tafble One Year Senior Letterman RONALD BROUSSARD 5' 41 Burk One Year junior Letterman -ah" 1 Qi t' A, . , 1 f'f A A 'Q' -gs er? 1 In Iv' . ,.---4 ., . - ul .. . . ' ff' e'-,' 'fl' .3 l S ' D Y 1.1 rg , wt x.-XX uf P FREDDY CUTRER End One Year Senior Letterman RAYMOND DOUCET End Two Year Junior Letterman All-District-'53 GEORGE EISENMANN Back One Year Sophomore Letterman All-District-'53 RONNIE FOREMAN Center One Year Junior Letterman JACK FOWLER Bark One Year Semor Letterman DAVE JONES Bark BARTY JONES Bark Three Year Senior Letterman ge- Two Year Senior Letterman R. T. LUCE Guard GLENN LACY Bark Three Year Senior Letterman Outstanding Back-'55 Two Year junior Letterman ROBERT MAINORD Guard Three Year junior Letterman Q mf" QW" A Q HOME W DD an AIT!! 'F Q Q hh - " T15 .- 1 if . if ,A , . . 1 , ' -54" 1 ' ' 'T f f' f 7 I' "frm gg ' :'f'f' Ai . 4 j.Vf.,., Yswfa ' J ' . 5 . K., .,-q,,,gN, tgp , ,-wfQ?g,M,.,:,. Z:':1Ql'."'m fx, BLS? 'J' ' 0 Kf f K r , ,Qu lfesgih. - .M W, ,, - A .ISL Q ' Q +- ' .Q Q r5."d' M Y 4 V fa fi U 'fix gr., . A ':g:g53",sm'-2 .1 N, ' -. ,. -3' '-.-qxlr'-jj'4l!'f'1Pf'f' ', 'J Q ,,A,.vsg:, -, 'Q-W? 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W ' '..., .gy Q x M113 BOB SEMONS Tackle Three Year Senior Letterman All-District-'53 PERCY SANDERSON Bark Two Year Sophomore Letterman CLARENCE SHEFFIELD Guard Three Year Senior Letterman HOWARD STARK End One Year Senior Letterman X LIDNEY THOMPSON End Three Year Senior Letterman All-District-'53 Second Team All-State-'53 Coaches' Award-'53 GUY VAN CLEVE Back One Year Senior Letterman 4' eine or .,.. -v-W, II8 evr- A f , ui H... is ., ,N ., jk PAT XVAITI' fmf One Your -Iunior I etterm in LARRY XVARD Gmzrd One Year Sophomore Letterman Coaches congratulate each other after winning Regional Championship 5,- '- 'f., 2- " HPI-, . "x vi- Au. --H w-- . Y V L , 1953 cheerleaders Standing: Laura Lambert, Jnlyne Berlin, Birdie Huddlcston. Nclwyn Crews, Kneeling: Phyllis Robin, Regina Bugna. Mascotg Diane Davis. head cheerleaders PHYLLIS ROBIN JALYNE BERLIN li in Qi -IH gg ii I I - fg . - F , I , 5 . ' jfigrv? -I E , i 4' ffl . . , 1 651:35 I A 45 W' Q 4 A A., Q0 I li ' a ' 1 I . 5, ,,,,,5- 1. .Spf- I 2 Lf 1953 nederland b squad Back roys left to right A A Creyu Harold Woods Raymond Anstcal JHTHUY Wrllls errv Dowxden Ray Boyd Bob Sturrotk Don Stuens Charlex Ioyyler md luk Hmthorne Middle roxy Bruce Lrtchfleld Daud johnson Lee ones jerry Grrffrn Barney Taylor Donald Adkms Bobbv Iherrot jxmmv MacElx-.ce jrmmy Sheffield Front rom Larry Wedge joe Srmeneaux Donald jatobs Paul Qurbodeaux Kenneth Bordonaro Leon Fuller and Charles Sibley Coach E H McKenz1e not shown September September October October October October October Noy ember C L C 1953 B SQUAD GAME SCHEDULE Nederland Brshop By me Nederland Warren Nederland Woodrow Wrlson South Park Nederland Sxlsbee Nederland Nederland Brshop Byrne Port Neches Nederland French Nederland TO THE B TEAM Though Ike bandr don t play at your gamer And the rrou'd5 don t fork fo .ree them, IN efertbeleff i I dorft min my gueff, You can bet your li e we need them. So wipe the duff o your are boy! And the dur! out 0 your eye. Rufb that line once more boyr, Get in there and try, You gotlu prurlire hard boyr. So let 0 all your Jteam: For the B' team 0 today boyr If tomorrow J irrl Jlring team. -By JEANNE MILLS wil IW and l 1953 basketball team S1l'lklLI'SOH R 'I lu e d l Cl L P Mrddle roxx bcorgc E1senm1nn Don Sturm lun Xlxrllrs I rx XX ard Pat XX me Bxllx Adxms jrmmy Robe rts Manager rmnt on Dmnlll Adkrns Blly XX lller Curlu 'I rmr I on lull ir Mxnlldr lommx DISTRICT GAME SCI-IEDL LE 1953 M Nledcrl md Nedcrlfmd Nederland Ncdcrllnd Ncdcrlmd Ncdcrl md Ncdcrlmd Ncdcrl md Neclerlind J 3 Lrbertx frcnnlm S1l5bec Vldor Port A Lrbcrty I rcmlm Srlsbec Vnlor Port Aeres 5 ,v link rom left to right: Raymond Doucct, Glen Bosman, Li ncy Twnlpwnr ann in ern C . A i ' "1 - . 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H . 1 nu -ii .1 , X L Q, A 1953 track feam Back row left to rrght jerry Doxden Lrdncy 'lhompson Perry Sanderson Malcolm Radford Rob ert Marnord and Don Steyens Mrddle row Pat Warte Harold Woods Charles Fovsler and Donald Adkms Front row George Exsenmann Larry Mrnaldr jack Hay thorne Leon Fuller and Bobby Therrot Coach E H McKenz1e rs not shown The Nederland Bulldogs parted by fleet footed Percy Sanderson copped thrrd place rn the Drstrrtt Tratk Meet wrth a total of 26 ponnts only one and one half ponnts bchmd Liberty the second plate team and some 18 pornts behrnd asper the frrst plate team SHOT PUT f-40 YARD DASH Party Sanderson Ullifh Lrdneyf Thompson 1: uf 120 YARD HIGH HURDLES George Erscnmann fhnd Larry Mrnaldr F0l1Ifb HIGH JUMP 100 YARD DASH Percy Sanderson tbnd Perey Sanderson Ibm! 220 YARD DASH BROAD JUMP Percy Sanderson 1 Dare ones Fourlb MH-E RELAY Lrdncy Thompson George Ensenmann Dale Ones Donald Adkms Gcofge Elsenmafm Daxe Jones Jefand Donald Adkms Percy Sanderson omlb 440 YARD RELAY POLE VAULT Daxe ones llvnd Frve Nederland tratkmen qualrfned for the Regional Meet They were Percy Sander son Dave jones Donald Adkms George Erscnmann and Lrdney Thompson The Bulldogs, performing on a soggy track at Liberty, counted as follows: O 4 . 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VidOf 1- --fe 3 Nederlilndm, Silslwee ., 7 Nederlandm, JJSPCF ---'f e 5 Nederlrlndm., "fNederlund .,A... 11 Alvin "'Nederlr1nd, . , 2 Alvin "Nederland e,,.,.l,.., ..,..e 1 4 Alvin ,, , REGIONAL CHAlWlPlONSHlP Nederland .. . 7 Vilharton .. 'l'Bi-Dirfriff 12.11255 I lfreni li Liberty Vinlnmr Silslnee -lmper Above: Curley Turner slidu safely into third in Lilwerty game. Above, right: Terry Rnlmr ml-ces ll mighty nut .md lmings one into center field. Right: lfirstea .1 c k e r Bing Snndlin swings away as Ne- derland wins 1"-1, over l.ilH- erty. Why- boys swlmmmg team Back row left to rrght Mrlce Burnf1n Donald Woods Kenneth Terxuy Wlllldm Gurllot Way land Austm Flowd Woocltock jamci Trahfm Bully jo Waller Codth Km Howard Front row Gordon Buffmgton Brlly 'lom Gallron jrmmy Lowe Rody Rrqhardaon Fred M1ller jrmmy Fletcher Kenneth Langham Herbert Haward N1-,I 52 I26 .-at X X -., iv 21 ,-,e.e,X ,., I -rj pearls of the sea VALENTINE ROYALTY ..gi""'fgM 5.L.arw ez!! 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'Q BIRDIE HUDDLESTON foofball duchesses GWEN GRAY MARGERY HARRIS RUTH HENNIGAN l3I valentine royalty Ixnzg PERCY SANDERSON Queen CONNIE LQBLANC Durbew MINNIE HANDLEY Duke BOBBY HANKS l32 -5, ,QV Duke Durban STEVE STURROCK BETTY ANN ROOT Durbe rf PAT GUI LLOT Duke BILLY DEESE hollywood comedians select beacon beauty eanne M1115 Izdrtor Bz1lldogBe1tw1 Nederland H1511 Sthool 'Nfederland Texas A nl 17 1951 Dear eanne We xx ant to thank xou agaln for selectrng, us as Judges nt xx as a rea1 honor lt xx as very d1f11cu1t to I'H11xL a deuslon as .111 of the 51r1s xx ere 1ndeed 1ove1v but vxe f1na11v selected R1ta Norm in as the most beautrful Please extend to Rxta our slncere LOIl5I'ltLl1df1OI1S md xxe send our best VN1S11C,S to the other contestants Best xx rshes to xou eanne md to the student bodx ot Nederland Hrgh School Slncerelx I JJ an 1 1 'Au DEAN MARTIN and JERRY LEW1s ITIS O il -- I Q .. 7 4 l .7 .4 1 L 1 7 , P ' ' Q-7 5 J , ' 1 r v 1 T1 ' . 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M..- K-A4 i f 1 N' gzzf ,,r"""" Mraz "" fAX --will is Iwi i-at Q- i. -rf Q 1.1 ,iw , 4 f-.'T Q'Ai-1' " ' Z IQ ,3 .,, J J , 1. - Q 4 SQL im ' 5 , . ' ' 1 7 Am X 1 iii, Q-..- most hkely to succeed i1AII.ISlKACLI.If RICHARD VICKITRS 1 .Q most Intellectual FN A ll AN XX IS'INl R MAILOLM RADFORD .. , , .. bw SGCHTIEI1 ef'+ JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Lett to r gpht Larry M ruli V c. Prc dc it Su Sl ern R loft r Pcgby M Cartnq Teas rer Mace Nrcholson Secretary G en Gra Son al Le1dcr ames Mart Pres dent '::.'..-" s's, , 0 x C.,-.:. -0347 .Q R S I 'O .g,:,':5.g XT if 1 i ' ' i ' Lil inn' c img, 'r. xicn C13 Q' J" Q ' W, V Y X ' YY' 5 V f ' . 11 Q Y ' ' RI E f 3 gk f i . Q , F V r Q if i -, r 4 N W - 4 , 5' S Y! . N N 1 X 5 , 1, I I S u X5 L -S lg A Si 1 I 'A I I 1 5-5 Ti ...- ,A , A X W X ...L 'YI -u Q ps A i 4 -4-I , . r"- 'Q 4'7- A ri' 'SF A Bruiissard, Paul Brown, Pat Carrilcer, -Io Evelyn Cliristigm. 'Iilwmz1S ffnffin.1n. Frginees flvurtS, Rgiymuntl Klux, Mary llllen CICWS, fx, JK. Ciimlwer, Billy Faye Davis, Diane Defluir, Florence Doolittle, Sarah i 1 -.O , N . l lz., Q fo Rx. hi f an fXtl.1insnn, N.1nt3 'W :XSl4Cw, Ulilulxie lhlier, Billie Riitli -U 5 l'l.1ll.1rtl. ,lerry vi ,f if ' iv K '17 Barnes, Bxirlmira Bean, Kennetli lie-lt, Dnngiltl Butitlreaux, ,Ianelle lloyd, Ruyinund Briintlin, Duuglns Brgissieur, Beatrice Brassieur, Dnrntliy fl' pvuv ,pv'Q NP' fo 'S-Q i ra ' Ibiiziiur, Rayiuwml llglus-'11, -larry Fgiwvur, Glcmla Flutclmcrg .lorry Foreman. Rwimic Foul, DHYCCH liiwlcr, Cllmrlcs Fustim, Ruby C3 .vfw ilwin. Bill Grantham Merle Gray, Gwen Grccn, Peggy 1 ,V Wi. Sf ln.. , lil Q 9 A ,.r fc V,,, Q-. is " D. Q l 1 O. 7 7? ,I 5 -I 4 I 4 5 f mm' 'J H, 3 If K X Q., v V45 , N , 4 . ,J 9' I' I' J, I7 4 1 . J ID Nb' tw "v, 'Yi 'Q f-D unify ' 0.0- Qi-f. 3' nn- - 2 7 Liutliric, Marg ,limyfc H.1ll, B, ll, HLlllLllCl.', Billy Hgmillcy, Minnie ,login Hanks, liiilwlwy Huily. CQIL-ml.1 Hglrvill. Sliirluy Hubert, fic-ralil Hcmmcnwny. FfLlI'lW.lfil ylCllllNCIlNX'.U', Patsy Hendrix, Cilmrlcs Hooper. Vnlz "X h-f ,Ulm-S, hlklukic julmsun, B.1r!f.111 VIUIIIISUII, Batty xl -Tum-5, VIJITTCS Ka1lv,CQlcnm L.1INEWL'I'I,.lm11lIl Lcnrmrd. Virgini I.uuc, R. T. INI.11unrJ,Ly.11l Mainnrd. Robert INI.mim, James Mullartncy, Pegg liiiehtiek. Phillip Rmvlgintl, l'ilHfCI1CC Siintllin, Billy Cienc Splinter, bl-'free Sehiun, Gu en Slieliliieltl, -limniie Sherer, Rhetta Sue Shuart, Gwen Sihley, Charles Sittwn, joe Skinner, ,lerry Smith, Betty W .L i vr-'Y , I ..,, Qi if 3 'f-1' xx 5 vw ,,,, fb aim -Q s MQ ' Smith, Lihhy Sorrel. li. H. Spell, Laura Spencer, litlith Spittler, Martha Stephens, Don Street. Dorsey Swininiey, Dan Tantillo. joseph Taylor, Barney Tantzen, XVemle Theriot, Bobby 1 .av-Q, ,Q-Uh I48 l"" 1 'Cf f .JJ wlb X mute L lk Xmglcr XX lflnll mrmt X11 'Hwmls Pcxgu 'Iurrur Cllr X HI urmr Xiurxm Tulum limes Tur Hulcrt Xxmcm Nhclbx X me Pat seaman apprenhces T SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Lett to rght Kay VanCle e Soc al Leader El nc Str rea re L ta l 1 lrps Reporter Tommy Holland V me Prcsrdent Donald Atlt ns Pres dent Ma tl .1 Dell Da s Secretary f'5 fx fx 347 0-A .Q 1:e l-"""- "" L r llc V: 0. 5,23- qv - nv li I so Qi . 5:1 sz. Q 'gf A 1 TW- 59' rx 4-ss rv, ,- - Q is '-q,,.a I ,4 P ,av N -1 455 1 1 . 2, f 'V 'T Q 1 Q x .,, it Bevil, Donna Bonsall, Beatrice Bordonors, Kenneth Boudreaux, Louis Boudreaux, Vernell Broquet, Nnna Faye Brown, Ronald Bryan, Patsy Burnfin, Betty Butler, Billy Joe Campbell, Dixie Cates, Jo Ann 'xiii' tg " At- 1-sw ' it -ev 7 BEST '1 'P Alwtt. Pauline Alwslmire, Valvertla Atlams, Ann Atlams, Billy Adkins, Donald Alfwrtl, Carroll Andrews, Barlwara Ansteatl, Ravmund Bailey, Davitl Bass, Newel Beck. Evelyn Bennett, Myra ,-X4 , ,v.. NZ 5 Yrs 9H0lZ.1uaLJ Q l A flf,iw9fe '53, fgf 'f '93 fw.. Tl 'LT 5561184 ,C- 1 Q- - 7 -'-9' 1' ' f,lw.irc,C,:1rnl Unites, Slim-rm.in fimilg H.lfl.1I1 Cjumicrmc, Liam-ll fnnncrs, Daly Cirlwlln, XVg1yr1c Carlin, -Inrncs Cuccia. Cynthia Curtis, jimmy DL1litflC, Rubcff Duxxxlcn, jerry Dmvden, Howard ,..,., 4. ' -Q ,.,,,.v A Q "" N- ! 4 2. f-6 l , .1 3' ' 7 ,A- Q- - 5' 3? 1 N., 1 Z ,Q V, ,mn Q . 3 In ir I l Q 4 l , ' fu. X iw 'mm' A IV' ,VX x A, 1- A if M .1 5. f I , Y ,cv 4'-TH , A ' - r "inf 'I Win? eq fa ,Q .4 .s. .Q - Y -N., 5 ' ' X If .5 rv 04 s ,V ?-ye , ,. A F ""'? A. If fu-1, Qe f'f'l ,11' 't' W' gl- 1 7' V A-fp: i 4 -T If list at ,spd , ,f Dmulcn. R. T. lf.1ly, M.1rtl141 Iiiscnmann, Gcurgc Iirwin, -In Ann Funtcnnt, Lloyd Frugc, Iililwrn Fuller, Lewn Uaugli, .Iunnita Guillut, Billy Hammer, wlamci Hnnclmct, Carol Xlfaync Harrington, jim Ar - My An- Q Aw '6 'U' f' f, .J C' l52 ,Q . tw: lglngfurll, Betty LQ Blanc, Lawrence Lcc, Lynn Ann Lcstcr, Marilyn Lisinlwy, Helen Ijtgllficlll, Bruce Luve, dlirnmy Maxwell. jimmy McElvnin, Evelyn H.11r1s.lDcl,-11x llk'IlSUIl, Swnyl Hilmn, Mnrlx llintfu, lfllitlm ,I x hh.- 5 ...A ,..,L ,Q Q ' Hintzc, Rum 'B 6' .5 U. :fl " ,. Y A 5 J Hnllsnn, Peru ' f-7 , - M1 lnu+lws,Dnng1lnl it " james, Nelda Ag, johnson, David U 0 hlnlmnsun, Patsy I N- -A-rv Kcnnulff. .lu Ann -Y Kcislmnick, M.1rtlw.1 V an 'V , ,q -wus 8 . - :ii -- 4 F X- 1 L I X 4.1 1. f' I 'fi' 3'- . 'Q - 78 K, . 1 U - Nea 'bl 5 l sw' , Q A x WW n ' lg , 7 . ' , fa. ,Q fl is .-Q Miller, Fred Miller, Rodney Mosely, Ann 1 I " an s Y fi li 'Xu' 1' --'P .1 BilLniii,iX.lill1Ctfl Nui i-iii, Bw. is Piiiiiii-S, i,iimi.i Piikn-i'iii4g, Karma! li P-ixxcl1,f,.iii+l5m Price, CQli.irlsS f2L1ii7CkiC.lLlX, P4111 Rmithrd. XY'cmlL-ll Ricligirdsmm, Rmiy Rigkcttx Clgirimlyn Ricnstrgi, Hymn Rwlviiisuii, Freda QQ .., Pg, 4 A, 25, .6 4.2 YQ pr. " 'Q - 4 ' 5 -I ' , 'sf , Q -' 3 f- , . W5 , J. '- 3 'ii fffi A " Qfiif' - 4 X "7 A RQ f 'f7,i2f- ' . ' .1 J' Q ' mf " 1 'fi ' , A' ' -sv i 1 Lf ,f U .35 r i I Y I ,4 'C' 'U' 1 JQQ 49 fif I v .,, 4 .P il ,!','If 1--u "9 3. .SV , Rude, Elmer Ryman, XVAIIJJ Sgiim-, Louis Sanderson, Percy Savoy, RClK'LkLl Sherman, -In Ann Simenegiux. this Smith. Virginia Sorrel, XY'ild.i Surrcl, XY'ilmn Sturruck, Bob Sweat. Betty " '-i Q ' a 9. s 43 Q sep' 6" ii 3 Q Q 4 , gi ' sz - A . f 1 N 4, , l X R fl l ' ,- I n gf! l ff " do V v "' 4 A ' 4' M i N . r 7' . - A IQ . S 5 l an gf 'V . Q 7 . 'NJ V An, K J f- f 'N f lbw A ,' ., ,gf v ii Xlfliitiiian, Delores - ri vi 3 XY'illiS. ,lim , 1 Vfilsiin, ,lean ' 'H I - W xvmiiis. Hamlrl 7 t - ff' ' p " 4s I l I ,AIR 4 ni, f Xxlinivrlvhlfnl. JMC XYiiiiten, Sliirley if off Q " ft Hollnnrl, Tiinimy Davis, Dell L Streetmzin, Elaine Spunsler, Shirley Hawthorne, Jack Griffin, jerry 1 .R . 'X Tlicriwr, Cflmrles Tralian, Billy XX'.iyne 'llI'.lllLlIl, -lerry Treme, Norris Tyltf, XXYOllLlfUXY Van Auken, Rnymiinil Van Cleve, Kiiy Van Marion, Sliirley XY'arrl, Larry XY':1rc-, Marilyn XY'nrner. -lo Kathryn Xlfeilge, I..1rry ? . -f 'fl -- I . 1 M ?r I avg 4' - f is ,ETH- , 'V' ' 'xi , - K T-gif v ' fi, T- x .fini Ross. Maurice Lelilgine, Cfonnic Dean, Sylvia Due to ii mishap this year. the annual staff tlitl not have pictures of all the sophomores. XVe finally got pictures of the last nine in this scttion, but there are still others not shown, They are jerry De Vries. Kenneth Haynes, Charles Hudson, joseph Mouton, Charles Ray Pike, Nick Ruysenaars, and Correne Stur- roek. We are very sorry that these pictures were un- available. --PILOT STAFF 'NV 1 i Seaman recruits A ev,-pdf' M11 IQRIISHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Left to rlght Wayland Austln Pres dent Mar lyn Kno lcs Vee President Helen Barley Secretary Carolyn Knowles Reporter ern ohnson Treasurer Merty Hudson Socral Leader 3? il pdf ",'g1i-1"f'iQ', lei xf s V ff biffl 4 -we ,Q e.,,4,s, .51 rf S 4 A. Qs P' T 0 l, V .N 4 V' " , i Q ,J W WK ' 15 fri 'B ,ff T' 1,5 v AA Brassieur, Helen Brown, Sandra Brown, Edward Buffington, Gordon Burnfin, Mike Butler, XXBIYIIU Carlwougli, Donald Carter, Mary Ellen filiauvin, Louis Chester, Helen Cllmoate, Ailien Coker, XVilma Concienne, Lynn Cook, Gerald Cooley, jo Della 158 6 ,,, l - j , -5 Q 1 ... 'V l f "M an , fb -A , ' 1 ii 'x 1 'DQ fb f ,Q " -18" ,, 1 ,X kj , ,f 1 . A i m ' rw nr , 'h' . l V -XX . - 5 f " R , fn- 1-n"i -Q.. -0 1- .A Q X g i 1 , fx, -i 'Vg I ,, , 4.049 , -.. Q- 3 - "Q ,Q A .3 4' 40 -X, 411 -.1 lv it if 5. Adarus, 1 .iroll Alford, C..H'l'oll Arnold. Darnell .'Xrseuient. Diane Askexx, .ferry Austin, Glenda Austin, XY'af. land Bailey, Helen Ballard, ,laiues Barron, Shirley Beard, Sliirley Bernard, Ronald Bourque, Shirley Boyd, jimmy Brackin, Mary ,lean - 7 A x ID X f -:Q , " QJ . - , , I , nr' F. -.rv XM rf l fir 4 A s 4 I ,l f' fi- rv' ' 1 I Cmillm, P.1triui.1 rt F ' Humgi, Tummy H.1rme1', Faye Hgitliwrne, Gene Hardy. Put Li. Hardy. Pete H.ivnrd, Helwert ,I N 1' ' Helwrt, jimmy Henmggm. Ruth if vu Henson. ffiirml .1 Hickman, Billy Hill, Rlllllilivflkl Hodge, Nami' Hudsun, Mcrty Hudson. Pete Y' V J v x : .,, - . 5 f 1 ,Al ,.,"'f W ,Nfl -and 8 i 6 ' 17 4 I --1,354 I L A 4. 1 K ,. V 4 ' y 1 Dciliiir, Coleman Deese. Billy Dellmme, Glenda Demiis. Nurman Deiitnm, Wdllwert Dmwden. Bernice Dmvderi, Dixie lfrxx in, Ruyee Farmer. Billie Fowler, jimmy Fletelier, jimmy Fuller, Larry Galliun, Billy Granger, Ted Grimes. Lynette e,!f"l . J' b I lf 711 i K .ff ' . , 'ff i pp nl-x, rt . ' " 1 04? 52, ,, fx IQ 'Uh ' 4 X 1 Y. JG gi - lg: Am ' :- 9- ,9 fl I , f .. ' : lf! N .f 3.f?3' - I Y , ,- ry fG '15 X 1 ,N 1 - ' Y 'CQ D 1 1 f. . .fl V "' 4' A ,. . rm ,,, ,A V ' Ll ,f ' x i ' 55 f ' X M - 7 Matte, Ronald " 3 '- - A rv -v McBride, Luis 4 Mctrcycnn, Donald 5 A F Miller, BL1l'lWLll'.l "" X fr Miller, Harmon ' 1, , ,KAIV Y , A: 14. Mailer, .rim-irc l ,, wi 1' ' , Minaldi. Riinnlil ' .A ,df ' -' ' ' ' "" Mnorc, Bcnrkwrll Q I V' , .gf lVlurg.1n,lfllw.1ril X -f 'X -7 Morris. Pliyllis A ' ' I 1 . l 4 . , -4 Murmy. :Xlcx I W Ncwumilv, Virginia J' 'th V' "' 'V if O'Ncil,Qlcml41 5' O'Ncil, Liniln ,,., Palmer. Bqirlmra lb0 " jf, I FW! Huinlwlu, l'i1-iilliu Huxpxl, Sliirlux' Ivy, lniy -Inlirismi, -lcri KJV, XY.1ll.1Lc Knulwlmli, Viulcl Knmxlcs, Cinrivlyn Knnxvlcs, Marilxn Lnngligzrn, Kunnlyrli L:1Puir1t,Ci:1yricll Lcstcr, Linila Lcysgitli, Margaret Lisenlwy, lllma Dean Manning, ,lack Marks, Rita 'Y mg!! Q... ig ff, 415 tip Shettieltl, Ruhy Silkwimml, Perry Siinnis, Beverly Singleton, Marie Smith, Betty Smith, Charles Spencer. Gary Spencer, Kenneth Sponselor, Nancy Stzinshury, Clara Stevens, Beverly Stroup, Dun Stewart, joan Sweat, Gail Terry, Carl 1' fin f 7 -- f 'J 5 i' -VI' I1 it f Y K fu "If, is U ' ? fr qi , .gx vs 'W' ' r , 7 Q? Pgipiinin, l.eiinarcl Piitiersiin, Frances Perkins, Vim Pc-tc-rsiin, ,Izzy Piles, Kenneth Piiulsim. ,less Pullen, Mgiry Prziit, Dimniiltl Riiiiweriln, Elizalweth Rgitiv. ertlzi, Lucille Reel. Marilyn Richey, -lohnney Roy, Vzilex RUYSCUHZIYS, Tlieoclore St xml, Billie ii if yu., it-4 7 qw, V Q rs' ' 1 , i . 2 at D, 2' 4' 'Ziff ' 42 vii elf f ,1 ' 5 f ,Ja X '11 ga 1 Aff C'-ti .5 .2X,,, -ol ,'W,.y hm.-9 ."v- vi' 'I .P Q A le lf -.P 413' Vfi-'l Jai 'HA e ,:Q 333555 ffl, I n 4 2355 - we x J 71-f al fl Young, Alice Young, Joyce Youngblood, Carolyn Zeigler, Benny f , As, -Q 1 ' V - Q ' lr ' 4 . - sf,-5-A75 I , I 5 5 I 7 3, Q t iii? A 'nag 1 ll ,uk O Timmons, li. XY". Tomlon, Marlon Tlmmpson, Mary Vinson, Harlmm XY"11itc, Sammy Wfnll, Bzlnetta Wfallcr, Billy jug Wfalling, Betty Vifnlslr, lwlolly Wlmite, Carolyn Vifilly, joe XVilliams, Cole Vifilliams, Reba Wfintcrs, A. D. Wfoodcock, Floyd K Voz bf-'i supply sfahons ff! x " X . X 1 f ' xQk"AA fy 5 , xx. 'J JH ' Q W X".'3'1,x i W . l 1 .df . x 1 X Q, b A X ' I I I r - x 1- Q 1' A , , ..,, -Q ' Nt ,, x .x 1' . X V f 'Q pl 1 1 Y' 1 . 'mga' 'ff we Congra'ruIa+ions Seniors MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY CONTRACTING and REPAIRING Day or Nngh+ Dual 484I NEDERLAND TEXAS WATTS STUDIO SENIOR FAVORITE ORGANIZATION and FOOTBALL PICTURES nn I'I1ls AnnuaI made by WATTS Phone 2 I53I 647If7 PROCTER PORT ARTHUR Compllmenfs of 9 of og Oo Shop Wnfh Confldenc Wor'I'Il S Beaumw Texas BEAUMONT PORT ARTHUR VAN DYCK STUDIO 240 Fan Bea mo I Texas Phone 8 33II Res 4 ZI39 Porfra Is of D sf nd o Baby Spec aI si CANDID AND FORMAL WEDDINGS COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY . I ' ' ' e a+ , I I ,I , ' 9? III.: I C' 1 , H - FINE PHOTOGRAPHS BY PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER Rafael MurlIIo S'IucI o-4I IV2 A s+ n Ave PORT ARTHUR Phone 3 352I Klem s Jewelers 368 Fannn S+reeI BEAUMONT TEXAS DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE CHINA CRYSTAL 440 P ocfer S+ree+ Pof ATII1 r Te as Phone 5833 I CompIumen+s of +I1e PORT ARTHUR RETAIL JEWELERS GEM JEWELRY CO HONEST BEN JEWELRY LEE S JEWELERS LIPOFF S JEWELERS GIBSON LAYMAN JEWELRY CHARLES A NACOL JEWELERS HYMAN S JEWELERS IRVINGS JEWELRY LANZ CREDIT JEWELERS RELIABLE JEWELERS SUTHERLIN JEWELRY TURNBULL'S JEWELRY Lipoff's Nederland State Bank MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DIAL 4363 C0177f1fi177c'11fx nf H A HOOKS Plumbing Service Remodelmg Ca Flx'I'ures 494 APPLIANCES PIPE and FITTINGS AII makes of wafer heafers Ge+ our price before buyung MEYER WATER PIPES PARTS SERVICE 320 I2 S'I'ree+ Nederland MR and MRS H A HOOKS Owners S Compliments of BAKER WILLIFCRD Pharmacy Relloble Prescrnptnon Servlce Sclwool Supplies Sporhng Goods Nahonally Known Cosmehcs GIHS for Every Occasion Toys Sfahonery Om' cy Q D DEPENDABLE DRUGGIST PHONE 3641 995 f ai Compllmenfs of BEAUMONT HOTEL M. DI' Il II Assoc:lATloN Complumenfs of BeaII Bro+hers A BEALL S CompIlmen+s of Wes Plummer BEAUMONT PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHING CompIumen+s of Larry Bowman 240 Forsy+I1e S+ ee+ 3 Floors of F e Fu nf re Phone 4 9822 BEAUMONT TEXAS CompIlmen+s of CORNER SERVICE STATION NederIand A e ue and Old H Phone 8050 CONGRATULATIONS GREER VON DERSMITH'S OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Office and School Supplies 845-855 PEARL ST. 322 Procter Phone 2-642I BEAUMONT' TEXAS PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS "Everything for Every Office" Compliments of YOUMANS INSURANCE AGENCY Real Estate Loans Dia 49I5 Nederland Dual 865I Compl ments of Port Arthur Business College . I . . I' -T ' I ' ' I I ' -I :, x it IDI.. . I I O - ,Q Serving Women of Sabine Area for Over 44 Years BEAUMONT TEXAS Compl men+s of WHITLEY S SIMMONS SERVICE STATION JEWE'-ERS Be Sure Wfh Pure Ph0n9 4 5052 HAROLD SIMMONS 8053 B 675 0 ' NEDERLAND TEXAS BEST WISHES +o 'rhe CLASS of 54 FOITI SOUTHEAST TEXAS GREAT STORE Beaumon+s Leading Deparfmeni' Sfore E QUEEN! I I i - Dal Po. ox 223 fem 5+- Beaumonf, Texas I I I 0 I QT-.,,.nllvol. n n . ....-- --.. . ,uh QQ 1 nu...----' ' ' ::::i! ' -. .......... i .n...,,glIull R 0 n-...-..--. . ,,.. Dll. A E 'iid -- T' T Complnmenis of Fmgers of Beaumonf Inc I47 Pearl SI'reef Phone 4 262I OUR DAY TO DAY PRICES ARE BEAUMONTS LOWEST Holly Andrews DISTINCTIVE Men 5 Wear MEN s and soYs WEAR 0 640 Procfer S'I'ree'I' BEAUMONT TEXAS Por+ A+rI1ur Complnmenfs of JEFFERSON MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC Planos Insfrumenfs Music 657 PARK BEAUMONT 0 I I 0 9 H .Q - I I l I I ' They go together . 'Yi "' PORT ARTHUR COCA COLA BOTTLING CO Complnmen+s of Comphmenfs El Paho ELKINS Mexican Food MEN 5 WEAR P BEAUMONT TEXAS PORT ARTHUR TEXAS FAIR MAID BREAD YOU CAN ALWAYS W SHOP AND SAVE ,,fLfljfk3-gt? 5 R we r lfaeghlggj -dt 9 In Beaumonf Pori' Ar+hur Lake Charles Greens an Orange And Luflun -2 H 1, f 5: l0lllIl UIDII AUYNOIITY Bl IMI COCA-COKA COIPAIV HY O Q I 592 earl -.., , A T, A -A HAHHHV A ' , "f'E:S:5jf:'gj-j"f zjfgfgw, , - 3 I T Complimenls of Grnffm s Men s Wear NEDERLAND TEXAS Phone 5-4533 Compllmenls of Golden Arrow Reslauranl' 3I30 Por'r Arfhur Road BEAUMONT TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF Klfchen s HARDWARE and FURNITURE Your Crosley Dealer Nederland Texas Dual 475I BosI'on Avenue 3 I 00 Porf Arfhur W W YORK Welding Supply HOSE PUROX WELDING EQUIPMENT FLUX GOGGLES LIGHTERS PARTS FOR EQUIPMENT LINDE OXYGEN PREST O LITE ACETYLENE UNION CARBIDE ELECTRIC WELDING RODS ACETYLENE WELDING RODS REGULATORS REPAIRED Road Beaumoni' Texas Phone 5 72I3 1 I IQSQW DORNBOS an Famllles QQQ C mplimen+s of d O Complimenfs of The Chronicle Newspaper PORT NECH ES TEXAS Compllmenfs of CHARLOU The Magic Name ln Phofography 8:4 MARIPOSA BEAUMONT Phone 2 I985 PORTRAITS CHILDREN COMMERCIAL WEDDINGS AI'+enhon If :Is wor+h remembermg nfs worI'h phofographmg Call Us Complimenfs of 0 CHENIER BUSINESS 81 RADIO COLLEGE Beaumon'r Texas CompIumen+s of COOK an COMPANY Call 8048 Cessac's Barber Shop NEDERLAND TEXAS Congrafulahons Sensors Complumenfs of COFFMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY I'Iea+ ng Venflah g Alr Condfo ng and TV BEAUMONT TEXAS . Complimenfs of - ' i , i 'n , ' ' I I ni , FOR COMFORT FOR DURABILITY FOR STYLE RIENSTRAS FURNITURE STORE IW NEDERLAND TEXAS I+ Lnkes ou DRINK You L ke CompInmenI's OI Tom and Skeeter s Nederland Texas PHONE 3537 0.00 00 Shop af I ..-, . ,-,. 1- In Og , A,,O , Ifeee OW H O 2 O O 0 O O . I Y I+ ' ' Z I' CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS NEDERLAND PHARMACY Where Savings and Safe+y Meei' Phone 830I Nederland Texas Compl:men+s of MAURICE Florlsr Bosfon Sfreef la 4942 Morgan 84 Lindsey One of Beaumonfs Compl menfs of Roll s Grocery O PORT ARTHUR TEXAS Complnmenrs of Modern Barber Shop Barbers A A CESSAC LOYAL G LASITER T J FORTENBERRY ll o ll Nederland Leading S+ores" D' I I FAIR MAID Good Bread COMPLIMENTS or CATHAY RESTAURANT We Spec aI ze an Amer can and Ch nese Dushes Phone 442I6 455 Bowne Beaumonf Texas FRED MILLER Nexf +0 'Ihe Pos'I' Office SPORTING GOODS Por'I Arfhur Te as DEPENDABLE SERVICE V53 The Dlsmukes Company, Inc 428 432 Waco A enue PORT ARTHUR TEXAS Bull Lane s Oufboard Service MARTIN MOTORS MORPHEW and WINTERS BOATS One day serv ce on all Oufboard Mofors l550 Ra IroacI BEAUMONT TEXAS Phone 5 6800 CompIumen+s of WH ELPLEY S JEWELRY NEDERLAND TEXAS Lei BENNETT Do Your Weddmg Shower and Par+y lnvn+ahons I2 s I2 'r NEDERLAND TEXAS Phone 5749 CompIlmen+s of Brackm s Gulf Servuce NEDERLAND TEXAS ll 1 i. 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