Nederland High School - Pilot Yearbook (Nederland, TX)

 - Class of 1955

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On it goes till as seniors 'L the ringing climax is reached and the end is in k k b sight. , ' In compiling all the meaningful events of lx this great year of 1955, we have tried to in- :,,' -' clude all that will be pleasantly remembered in JACKIE JAMES later years. The only way to say it is with Edna, music. Pfaotogmplaer -THE STAFF PEGGY MCCARTNEY Claffef WARD Arm 11167 LARY LINDA LESTER i 4 .. un' an xi . ,V fizyv Q "J . fr.. I vm. G. , -A -Ex ,mf-1-V, . p A I JW' A fill '. , , ,Z 'Q 5, V 0 0 t . ' QM 1 ' . T J."h-'.:- ' , , .t AM K . X 4 . . , .nf ' '3,,5,+a1 ,. -., ew N S sjyfg,5.f:fw'Q1J, z' X 3- 1,1 M, 3 ' 141.17 ' . -fn was ,1- J. , ,gn Nzxggat-ijfw.f 0 .. gf 'ff .SK 'z 1' - 5 Ag . 4515.5-1. -Ju'g,:, 3 . '. .M Z,-. .-,Q f'Q1,,f-535541-,.,'nw . w7'w"x Y 'TTKFWZ ,. T" 1:':fw , 1 5'1Q.,Af I Ni 'ivwfxi V 7 4 K 1:14 ,5vf'Cff.'-'SM 'iw ,Q ., 1 ,M M,-1 Q? ,JY -. 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W..- Q5 ' f vf W II .f- c f ff-5 'ggi K? il vig N kv, MRS. BOBBIE BVSHNELL Physical Education KQ MRS. IONE CARLIN 4 Commercial Mathematics English . ff 221 P' fjfs f fy!! ' x , 4' " , f .15 J -. N' 1.- ,17 , l. MRS. HAZEL CHAMBLESS English journalism Annual Sponsor f ix tltx N l. .-1',"ffl. K N x al-Q15 -423 S,,l I fab ! v X I 1 I MR. DANIEL CHILDS Mathematics MR. W, L. COOK r. Agriculture tx xxx , 'QX English Choral 3 IK ffl? KVI .f 4 ...Q . -ij, MRS. MARGO DAVIS 6 F! 4' vi! 'Hl.'5", f gel: Xs ,- ff X 5 Y I, ,gf S! ,. X f 1 i f fi-4 S -. if l-'l "" 1 - W C. LJ x , I flex J MISS FRANCES EARLE American History 'N MRS MARY LOUISE FORK fN - il fi Social Studies f.,1 lg-V MRS, NAOME GLEASON Typing Bookkeeping Commercial Mathematics English ,....1i.Q-- gfl I , fir ' , Ll' I 4513? I ,- -A - f'3...x f' . . Q .fxlvfjff 1 "j if X ' , 'E fini' W ' 27 J f 7 MR. KENNETH HOXVARD Physical Education 5653 MISS DORTHY LONG English 'Qx ,5 Spanish wi .A i g! MRS. BENNIE MCNEILL Typmg Shorthand W mx re- X ,ug VCX gay MISS ALENE MARTIN - ' K Y 1? 1 ' fxgx 'f - 'f' MR. R. O. MEDLIN Mathematics '11 'XXX bag. xf S91 English Spanish MR. E. H. McKENZIE Coach FTSE MR. O. A, PHILLIPS Coach - Q 1 ' f.: A ' K' , 5, -V x IZ. ' ,A M X X,-J A45- MISS MARJORIE NEXVSOM Home Economics Family Relations 1, sg WX X MR. VERNON RAMKE Coach World History Q f' Q Q x I Pk ' gy 5 X x....J , sggzq Al 4-Ejf? , rv If ' 5 I MR, HAROLD ROGERS English Art MRS. LILLIAN RIQSSELL English fi? fc? MR JACK SXVEEINEY Band MRS. NELLEEN L. T"?f'A liz MISS JESSIE LEE ROSS General Science Biology 17 J o STANCIL 1 f Library i ri 1 M 1 I KV, Ca AX V i i Chemistry Physics T , MR. W. E. VILHA fi I'N 535 L! Y? 10: "GT X- MR. JACK WEERIN Mechanical Drawing Shop FACULTY MEETING fra' .1-Q5 4 .,, , 1 M, lumix, M -'itil I ir 'H 4 'E' Env 'A Q K 1 8 an " .Q ag mm M W 4 "5 9 A w A "' ,E CAFETERIA QTAFF M1ss Traylor Dxetman Mrs H1rr1s Mrs Mllcs ashner Mrs Abshlrc Mrs. Gaugh. MR. 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JENELI. BOVDRFAVX Clmoml 1. 5. -lg .lunior Honor Sotlt-ty lg Student Council lg Nurses' Club 2 33 .llllllllf Rctl Cross 21 Heaton Sturt -l RAY Bonn Football I-31 Shop 1, 31 'l'r.u'k lg lin lcctbull 3. 92791 V ' mg . x J 5 3:- ,x4,-I, . 1 Z D i I 'iii' DOl'CQI.AS BRAxiuN Spanish Club Reporter 1. 23 ,Iunuu Honor Sotiety 23 English lll Award 33 Beaton Statt Ali Senior Rodeo lxingg 43 April Boy ut the blonth Al. IUOROTHY BRASSIIQI 'R Speeth Club lg GIS -lg Choral Club 41 Beaton Staff 4. RONALD BROUSSARIU Football 1-33 Shop Club lg FFA 13 Athletic Club -l. PAT BRONYN Student Council 1, 23 Pep Squad 1-43 Spanish Club 13 Choral Club l. 2. -4: 4-H Club lg ,lunior Honor Sotiety lg Football Duchess 23 GSL 23 Swimming Club 2: junior Red Cross 23 Library Club 23 FHA 33 Kurtain Klub 33 GIS 3, 43 Art Club Al. jo EVELYN CARREKER Pep Squad 1,41 FHA I. 23 GIS 3. 43 Kurtain Klub 53 Art Club 3, 43 Art Award 33 Choral Club 43 Miss Flame 4. BARBARA CARROLL Chelyan, West Virginia: Band 13 Ma- jorette 13 4-H Club 13 All'County Band 13 Glee Club Treasurer 1. East Bank, West Virginia: Band 2, 33 All- County Band 2. 53 Orchestra 23 All- State Band 5, Nederland: Band 43 PASF 43 Nat'l Honor Society 4. Ifaarszcizs Cloififmax Football Duchess 1: Pep Squad l. 21 Choral Club lg -Iunior Red Cross 7 FHA 31 Spanish Club l, 21 ,Iunior Honor Society Z1 Biology Axxatnl 21 Alumni Rep. 4. Raymoxo Clouars Shop Club -ig Shop Foreman 4. A. A. Ciuiws Tallulah. Louisiana: Class President 1. 23 Class Favorite l, 2g FHA 1. 23 Foot' ball l. 2. Nederland: Football 3. -ll All-District 4. All-State 4. All-Star Team 43 Golden Gloves Champ 2, -ig Frontier Day Deputy 33 Rod and Gun Club Secretary 43 Most Popular 4, MARILH'N CQuLPtfPP1aR Edison -lunior High: Art Club ll Choral Club lg Shellcraft Club Treas- urer 1. Galena Park High: FHA 2. 5. Secretary 33 Art Club 23 GAA 2. 33 Class Officer 51 Pep Squad Z. 31 Gold and Black Rexue 3, Nederland: Art Club 4g GIS 43 Pep Squad -ll llc-st Personality 41 Letter Girl il, Buriu Fm' Civmtusa Pep Squad 1. 21 Spanish Club 1. Ig Glee Club 11 .Iunior Honor Society 21 Art Club 2--11 Beacon Staff 43 Book- keeping Award 4. Dtfusuz Davis hfoultrie, Georgia: INIayoi'ette 11 Tri- Hi-Yg Band 1. Port Arthur: Seabreele Assistant Editor lg Color Guard lg Tri- Hi-Y lg Band l. Nederland: Ma- jorette li Beacon Staff 2, -11 Student Council 3 43 GSI. 3. -ll Clteei'leatler 5. 43 Head Cheerleader 4g Annual Staff 5. 41 Class Favorite ig Class Secretary 43 Most Popular fl: National Honor Society 41 GIS 3, 4. Letter Girl 4. I' 1 ig'-4 . lib -1,- 'LY KXJA 'Sf' Q-f-fs... 'if' in- 'E l"l.ORI xc lf Diff i'iR Clioral Club l. 1. All Pap Squatl QL 1-. - Q-imp 11 rim 1, Vi Rawioxo Doi'cii5'r lfootball l-Al, Iiaxkt-rlw.ill l-'ll All-Div u-itt IS.r5kqtbalI lg All-Dixu-irr lfoorlwall 4, -ig Atlilctit Club lg lratlq 51 Ifron- ticr Day Sheriff lg Clams lfaxoritc I JERRY Eaoriisox .Iunior Honor Souicty 23 Boys' Statc 51 Bulldog Beaton Outstanding junior 51 lip-anon Co-Iftlitor All lftlitor's Awartl -ll Boy of the Month 43 Senior Play 4. Griaxim l7AXX'VOR Pep Squad L41 Choral Club 1. 2. -lg Library Club lg Spanish Club 1. 23 .lunior Honor Soticty lg Kurtain Klub 31 GIS 4g Senior Play 4. JERRY l:I.li'I'CHlZR Spanish Club lg Art Club 2: Malo Hall Club 3: Swimming Team 4. DoRiaisN FORD Pup Squad lt 2. Stl Choral Club I-41 junior Honor Soticty 23 FHA 21 junior Red Cross 23 Kurtain Klub 33 Senior Class Reporter fig National Honor So- ciety 43 Most Tale-ntul Girl 45 Thirtl Place Book XX'cc-k Poster Contest 4. RUNNIIV I'irJllI'MAN Slmnisli Club lg Goltlvn Liloxu Clqllmp lg IS.1wb.1II 1, 3. 'li Roll .inll Gun Club -ig lfuutb..lI Y 4. 44 AIIDIC tritt-l a, I iz, 15 C ii,-liu,l-.Q I-'owiian I N GT" l7ootb.1Il I-Ali Spunislw Club 21 'lkfxm Iiringt-rs 21 M.lIt- lI.lII Club ig Athle- tin Club 'ag 'lim lc S. 41 Cliorril Club 4g Rotl .mtl Gun Club -I. Rim' Ft'S'1'ox Kunz. TL-x.1S: Homt'm.tlcinj.: Classllicsi- tlcnt. Nederland: GIS ig Art Club 5. Blu. Goomxm Spanish Club l, 11 Student Council Z3 Atblctit Club J: 'l'r.u'k 31 Rod .mtl Gun Club 4. Gxviix CiR:'KY Pap Squati 1,41 Stutlt-nt Countil Z3 Spanish Club l. 21 Class Sot. I.uitIL'x' lg Choral Club lg GSI. lg junior Hon- or Soficty 23 Library Club lg Clrisa Sm. I.C.luIL'l' 53 GIS Latter Girl 3. 41 Football Duthcsi SQ Kurtain Klub 53 Art Club -lg GIS Rep. -4: Prom Ftivoritc -I: Nrilional Honor Society All Pilot Swcn-tI1c.1i't Cantlitlate 4. Ill-rom' Giuiifsi Choral Club l, Alg Pup Squad l. 21 junior Rttl Crow lg ,luture Nurses 53 junior Honor Soticty 3. :AX I 'Equ- 'G' is .ls- 'Iyar 19' fb- 67 SHIRLEY HARVILL Pep Squad 11 FHA l. 21 Choral Club 1-4g Art Club Z. 41 junior Red Cross 25 Swimming Club 25 Homemalcing II Award 23 GIS Letter Girl 31 Beacon Staff 4g Senior Rodeo Queen 41 April Girl of the Month 41 Bulldog Beacon Girl of the Year 4. GERALIH HEBER1' Band 1. 23 4-H Club l-41 FFA 23 Foot- ball Manager 3. 4g Rod and Gun Club 4. BARBARA l'lEMMENW'AY Library Club 1-45 Pep Squad 1-43 Spanish Club 1, 23 Choral Club l: junior Honor Society 21 PASF 2-4. First Vice President 3. President 41 Physical Education Award 3g Student Council 3, 4: GSL 3. 4: GIS 3: 4. Letter Girl 49 National Honor So- ciety 4. PATSY l'iEMMENW'AY Band 1-41 junior Red Cross lg Choral Club lg FHA 3g Orchestra 33 Art Club 41 Valentine Duchess 4. CHARLES HENIURIX Band I-4, Honor Student l. Officer 3. 4. Student Director 41 Band Award 21 Male Hall Club 35 Tennis Team 3. 4. State Tournament 3g Bulldog Bea- con Staff 35 Choral Club 4. HERBERT VoLz HOOPER Band 1-45 Library Club 2-4. Service Award 2-4g Reading Club 2g Home- room Service Award 2g Male Hall Club 3. Album Editor 3: Boys' State Alternate 31 Annual Staff 43 December Boy of the Month 4g Picture Sales- man 4. fi-f ,nr- 4'1" .42 Kifxxifrii Iizvixi Boys' Pep Squad lg Spanish Club lg FFA 2-41 Football 2, 41 Art Club 31 Athletic Club 2. 'lACKllf DIANVS Band 1-43 Shop Otfiter 5. -lg Rod .ind Gun Club 21 Stliool Pliotogiapliei' 3, K 4g Annual Staff 3. 4. Editor 4g Annual l it 'S 7 Editor Award 41 Danforth Award 41 -lanuary Boy of the lNIonth 4. BARBARA JOHNSON Choral Club 1. 43 Spanish Club l. Ig FHA 2. 31 junior Honor Soriety Ig junior Red Cross 23 Pep Squad 3. 43 Art Club 4. BETTY JOHNSON Glee Club 1: Pep Squad l, Z3 Library Club 2, 33 GIS 3. 4g Beacon Staff 4. LEE ALTON JONES Spanish Club 1: Golden Gloves 1-4g Shop Club l-3. Foreman 3g Male Hall Club Vice President 3g Swim Team 33 Football 3, 4g Library Club 45 Choral Cluh 43 Rod and Gun Club 45 Fron- tier Day Deputy 4. MARX' ELLEN COX jomzs Pep Squad 11 Library Club 1, 23 Choral Club 15 junior Honor Society Presi- dent Zg English Award 21 Top-ranking Student 2g American History Award 3g PASF 3g GIS 5. 4g PASF Program Director 4g National Honor Society 4g Valedietorian 4g Highest Ranking Stu- dent 4. C31 I xxx KlzI.l Y 5p.III1xlI Club l. lp Pup 9qu.ul l. 21 Ulu' Club lg l.llWI.lIX' Club 1-41 4-H fflub 13 l,ASlf .', 31 Aluruur llunm' Su- Iltly Q. flux ix-IIuI.II'y .'. lfuturc Nunn ill. lfIu1IlI'IIt -l, NNXll!.I!flDlQ Club N, lSullIlulu llI.IIuII skill -Q vloux I.AIuIIIiII'I B.lIhl If-lg ClIwI'.Il 11 wluniur Hunwr Su- Ilrty 2, OIIlIuII.I L43 VIRGINIA l.liONARlb 4-H Club 11 l.1bI'III'y Club li Pup Squad 1. 41 Choral Club 41 GIS 41 Art Club 41 Bullqlug Bc-Iuun Staff 4. R. T. LI'c3E Spanish 1. 21 l7uutb.Ill l-4. All-Dlstrht 41 Basketball 2443 Athlctu Club 21 Cbhral Club 43 Rml .lI'lLl Gun Club 41 Football Tri-Cuptgun -11 ,lmlgu Ruy Bean 43 lJ1'Ol'Tl Ifalvoritc -1. Plicim' Mc CQ,,xRI'NI1x' I.IbI'.Iry Club lg Glcc Club lg Spanish Club l. 21 Pup Squnl l--lg Student Cuumil I-5L hlllflllll' Hunm' Smicty 'In-IIQIIII-I 21 -luninr RL-Il firuxx IL GSI. 2--'lg Class Rep. 21 lop R.IrIkiI14Ig Stu- Ilcnt 31 Cl.ISs Cl-I'L'.l5lII'CX' 51 PASV -13 GIS 43 Annual Smffg National Honor So- ciety 4. GAII, MAINORII Pup Slllhlal 1. 3: Clmml Llulw 1, 3. 4g SP.lDlNl1 Club I, 2. Son. l.l'.lxlL'I' 23 4-ll Club l--1. SUI. l.C.lxlL'I 2. 3, SQIIQIIIIAI' 43 'lunicu' Honor Song-ty jg VHA 2: junior Rod Cross 21 Beacon 9I.IH 41615 Z. -1. YV' 1-4. hw hX ur' G gr -wt' aw Rom RI Nialxorzlw ot ll A Du l5lSlxil l lx iI'll Atbletle Club Neptember Box ol tle N mth 1 Mun Munn us eent e Hono Stu ent n Ntl e unell I 9px nh C u unxor Hmm Nollety Annull St a H1 lm Est Rlnlune Box l lR4NlxIl All-I In R us Class Offleer Bme I Chorll Club I Iumor Hon or Soexetx Ntuelent Counezl QLLFLKIQ 'I rc uurer Iunlor ce Cross Student Counell Vxee F681 L DI 1 Outxtmelmng., bennoz member 4 Sw mms Club Pep Qqulel 3 4 Student Body Presxelent 1 Most Athletle L11rl4 LOR1 ITA MILL1 R Club Glee Club lumor Rell Cxosx lunlor Honor ioexety Club 75 IHA 7 BCILOD Staf ouxmlxsm Avl lrel 4 LARRY MINALDI Baseball 14 AllD1str1ct 7 4 Basketball 14 All Dnstrlet Qc-eonel Te lm 4 loot ball 14 AllD1str1et 4 All State Hon omble Mentlon 'Imelc 3 4 Claw VILL Pteslelent 2 4 Spannh Club 1 Athletxe Club 7 Football 'Ir1Cz1pta1n 4 3.1 con Boy of the H ear 4 Best All Around Bow 4 A1 :cr Mr RPHX Bandl Chorusl 2 SophomoreCoun cxl 7 Shorthand Honor 3 Typmg Hon or 3 Miami? Mtfrzmtiiia Choral Club 13 Pep Squad L31 4-H Club 13 ,lunior Red Cross 23 FHA 2: junior Honor Sotiety 23 Kurtain Klub 51 Beaton Iztlitor. l'all 4. Marne Nieuorsox Student fiountil I-4. Outstanding Mem- ber 33 Pep Squad 1-43 GSI. l-43 junior Honor Sotiety Vine Presitlent 13 Span- ish Club 13 Choral Club lg Spanish Club Setretary J: Class Setretary 33 GIS Letter Girl 3, 43 -lunior Red Cross 23 Danforth Award 43 Delta Kappa Gamma Stholarship 4g National Honor Soeiety 43 Most Likely to Sutteed 43 Miss NHS 4. Rrra Nommx Shreveport, I.ouisiana:. Candidate for Class Favorite l, 23 Candidate for Mardi Gras Court l, 23 Homeroom President 2. Nederlandi Pep Squad 3, 41 Beacon Beauty 3. First Runner-up 4g GIS 31 Miss Flame Candidate 43 Busi- ness Manager. Annualg National Honor Society -lg Annual Staff and Community Service Award 4. Nrarlm PISRDLJE Pep Squad l-43 Spanish Club l. 23 PASF 1, 23 Choral Club 1, 2, 43 Junior Honor Sotiety 23 .Iunior Red Cross 23 GIS 3, 4, Letter Girl 4g PE Award 43 Student Couneil 43 GSI- 4: Class Treas- urer 43 National Honor Society 43 Best All-Around Girl 43 Senior Play 4. D. D. PERKINS Football 1-43 All-District 3. 43 Basket- ball 1, 2. 4. All-District 23 Baseball 3, All-District 33 Football Tri-Captain 43 Most Athletic 4. DORLIAN PICKERING Swim Team 13 FFA 2. ,f 'qw 'rf' if 1- . X if +f,b FIORIZNCF Roxxiixxo Picxrfiuxrg Spanixh Club 1, J. Choral Club 1. -lg -lunior Honor Sotirty' I1 junior Rid Crow 2: XY'orld Hixtory AXK'.lI'tl 23 Home Fc Award 21 FHA l. 2. JACK Ql'.4RLl79 Croldvn Cflows 131 Malt' Hall Club 1. TERRY RAHAR Student Countil lg Baseball L41 Shop Supa-rintcndsnt 2. 31 Ylunior Honor So- ciety 31 Athlctit Club 23 Rod Hind Gun Club -1. Doromas RICHFY Pep Squad 14-ig Choral Club l. 41 Spanish Club 1. 2: junior Honor So4 cicty 11 Quucn of Hcarts Candidate 2: junior Red Cross 21 English Award 23 Bt-anon Beauty Candidate 3, -ig Na- tional Honor Society 4g Senior Play 43 Football Swectllc-art 4. PHILUP ROEBUCK Football 1-4. All-District 45 Class Of- ficer Z1 junior Honor Society 2: Algo- bra II Award lg Plane Geometry Award 4: Golden Gloves 33 Rod and Gun Club 41 Most I.ikL'Iy to Succeed 4. BILLY Grim? Sfxxoux Football 1. 2. 43 Studcfnt Council lg Spanish Club lg Athletic Club 21 Base- ball 2-43 Rod and Gun Club 4. 'ltJYf,lf Sc H.-xi-ififu filioml Clulv lg Spculi Clulv ll Pep glllhlal lL .lunior Rr-tl Crow ll Vlunior Honor Norm-ty 1, l'llA 3. Srnior ljldx -Q, Gwrx Sciiilox lidnd I-'lg Cvlcr- Club lg Alunior Rod Crow f, lfuturc Nursu 14-13 Uixliutrii . lvl C.l1o1.il Clulw 5, -lg Art Clulw -4. ,IIMMIE SHIiI"IfIlZI.D Alwlwcxillc. l,OLllSl.lD.l2 Band l-23 Biisr-lmll 2. Kg f,lulW I. XL'ilt'Il.lIlilI I'ootlW.1ll 3, 41 Hasulmill 3. 41 Blind 3. -11 N.it1onul Honor Soricty -lg Mr. NHS fl. RHlf'I"I'A Sui Sniiluiir Fund 1--11 Mayorcttr 2-A11 Junior Honor Yotiutx' lg Clam RL-portnr 1 -13 Typing I Aw.11'd 51 Choral Clulw 41 Band Hon- or Student 1, Z1 Clioixil Clulv Rrp. -1. Gwiix SHi'AR'1' Glec Club lg Spanish Club 1. 23 I.i- brary Club 144, Sccrctiuy 2. President 5. Secretary 43 Pep Squad 1-4: PASF 24. 'l4I'C'LlSLlI'Cf lg XY'orld HistoryAward 21 FHA 5. 4. Prcsidcnt -lg Homemak- ing I Award 21 National Honor So- ciety 45 Senior Play 4. CHAR1.i5s SIBLEY Footlmll l-41 Athletic' Club 25 Student Countil lg Rod and Gun Club -1. joii SIT'I'oN 4-H Club 1-43 Spanish Club I3 Golden Gloves 2--ll Swim Team 51 Shop Club 53 Rod and Gun Club 4. jiiiuu' SKINNIER FFA 13 Texas Rangers 33 Rod and Gun Club 4. BETTY SMITH Library Club 1, 21 Choral Club 1, 53 Pep Squad I. 43 4-H Club 1: FHA 23 Kurtain Klub 53 Art'Club 4, Treas- urer 43 Pilot Sweetheart 4. KATHLEEN SMITH Choral Club l-41 Prayer Group 21 Fu- ture Nurses 23 Servire Award 3. LIBBIE SMITH Little Rock, Arkansas: Latin Club 1. 23 Choral Clubg Sweethearts 23 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Gaynitefs 2. Nederland: Beacon Staff 3: Girls' State Alternate 33 GIS 3. 43 Kurtain Klub 53 Pep Squad 3. 4, President 43 Senior Play 4. G. H. SORRIELI. Male Hall Club 3. 3114 iv , if we in ':":-,:: , ,,.' 2522 mhfifggq E-.-Q J . abt .Hfbi V' 5 4.., rpm. 1 Y lioiim 'liu iuoi l'ootb.tll -. wi liyitlc x Rl. Rod .mtl Cun Klub -1. N1JllNI,'XN il4lll'RlU'I lil-'A l, 1. Rod .intl Liun Club -1. Pi5c.m' 'l'iiox1.-is Bgtnd l-F11 li.1nd Supt. ,Ig lilee Club lg ClioixtlCltlbp.-l1C1l54. ji-xmiis 'IRAIIAN Class Vice President lp lfootbiilli Stu- dent Countil lg Siminixli Cflub li Citi- Lfensliip Axxyud lg Plf Axx'.u'd lg il'ex.u Rangers lg -lunioi' Honor Society 23 Tumbling 'll-.tm 23 Plf .AXN'.lI'Ll 31 Gold- en Gloves 31 Swim 'll-.im 5: l7lfA Eg Rod and Gun Club Alg Most Attixutive 4: Alumni Representative 4, CFRIAIZY TVRNIFR Basketball l-4g Baseball 1-4. All-Dis- tric 3, 41 Student Council lg Spanish Club l. Z3 Athletic Club 23 Class Favorite 5g Plane Geometry Award 3g Rod and Gun Club 4: Trigonometry Award 4: Wittiest Boy 4. MORRIS TURNER 4-H Club l-41 Atbletit' Club 21 Jllnlm' Honor Smiety 21 Texas Rangers 23 Golden Gloves 23 Swim Team 3g Track 3g Tumbling Team 33 Rod and Gun Club 43 PE Award 4. llI'BliR'l' 'IS' 2 Spanixli Club l, -3 Atlilctit lfootball 3. All Male Hall Club 3' B Hall Club Awartl 31 Cflioral CQIL Siuim' Vixc 1 " Spanish Club ig 'om Club it Cho-Q Club 23 Stutlt-nt Countil 13 Swinun' ' Club lg Pep Squatl 2--lg lie-.uon Beauty Cantlitlate B1 VHA gl Kurtain Klu 53 Senior lfootball Dutlu-ss -lg Art Club 4: GIS Alg litaton liuauty Runner-up 41 Miw llama- Caintlitlate Al. PAT XXXAITIE Class liavorite lg Spanixh Club 11 POM. ball 1-llg Basketball I-33 Baseball 1-43 A t li l L- t i 4 Club lg Shop Club 3- Track 3, -1. IZ. V. Wixiiuam Band l--ll Choral lg Future Nurses 2- 41 ,lunior Retl Cross 23 junior Honor Sotiety 2. GAY WINTIZRS Pep Squad l, 21 Spanish Club 1. 2, Art Club 23 junior Rctl Cross 23 His- tory Awartl lg FHA 33 Girl5' State 33 Beacon Beauty Candidate 53 Home- making Award 35 Betty Crocker Home- maker of Tomorrow 4g Beacon Beauty 41 Most Attractive Girl 41 Salutatorian 43 National Honor Society -l. NORMA WRICQHT Band 1-3. Honor Student 31 junior Red Cross 23 Reading Club 31 PASF 3. 'O' 1 Bw N1 Q' 354-F5 K 'gnu , fun ,LJ 'Lvl JAMES Wruxxrri B.1skctb.ill l, Z3 Gultlcn Glow-s 11 Football 23 Swim 'Il-gun 2. 43 Choral Club R3 'lirxuk 'lk-.uu 'wg Rml .intl Gun Club -1. W.ixN1uA ZIZICZIAIVR Pep Squad 1-4: l.ibr.uy Club lg 4-H Club lg FFA Swt-ctht-.irt 2. Chapter and District: FHA 1, Eg -luniur Rctl Cross lg junior Honor Society 2g Stu- tlcnt Council 23 Swim Club Z1 Choral Club I--lg GIS 5. -lg Kurtixin Klub 53 Senior Play. DON STEPHENS Michigan: Football l, 2g Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1. Nctlcrlnntl: Football 3, 4g Basketball 33 Truck 3g Male Hall Club 33 Rod and Gun Club 4g Bust Personality 4. ROBERT STANSBURY ' 1 gf friii ut-IZ! . flz sf, , gl J 71 wif' Q - 5 . I ' V ' Q . yy , l f ,.. 'S f l lf' Wx:- :Ev k 1 ,H kafm' V. ,sg 91 , v . s. nf!! .. , fi,-A .X RK sg'. uv. 0 o 1 P I D u en o y Presi en X Qs Q I v' ,-'FII' '. " ' frankie melder '-ff.f'., s+ 4 + a 4 a + Q X K L .. ,,-4' .-yn 4? , uf! ,-xc' ff! 43 -, W JA , , kb 5 x-N .-: vi-ix fy, , k-gif ilfgifki V :Sz A ' ' ,,. , N,- aa? Q 'K an Si- nw. A' it sg.. wiv ,asv 41 .fxsili 1- 'Q M f .X zum. 5.5. if 3 Tiff 9 I I ,,5 '-'Ca Y f 5 5 5.7.-. ' X 2,1 fa, .- Q P , 4', I A ' ' , X I N154 ,A A. or X f . School 24" 4 '4 . f .! I 2 ,rr Q 4, SY 4.. f'+, XX www x x ".l' . av- ' 1 2- H. H. HALL -1 4 f,n,w.' cff1w:f..'I Sw' .'11..H.f GXYIIN SHI 'ART C-IFJ' xr fm 'U ,ll .:u1'-cw' Srlml.1r1Au'f1 scholarship awards MARY JOYCE GI 'THRIE NX'ENDEI,I. TANTZEN CXJM Hi' 1946 SL'l7f1f.lVXblj7 MACIE NICHOLSON Dell.: Ix'.1j1p.1 G.1mm.1 Sff9ul.u1rlyip ,--an 'S' BIlKiIIe,ff ,uid P1wfunmr1.1f I!"wmr1'f Sufwl.nwZv1f1 Xxx'- by 2 1 'sa QQ! ,s EN s ff 50.4 Front mu left to rlqht Nelda Pculuc RIM lNorm1n Nlnny Adamson Min fllcn Cox Gay Xwmters lhrhlra Llrroll Doreen lo-nl Cum Cwru Qcnoml nm IITIIUIL bhcfflcld MJCIL lxuholson Marv Ioyle Cyuthru Cxscn Shuirt Delores RlLl'lLN Barham Hemmlngxmy Pcggx Mafartnu lnscts Dune Dun hmm Mxrtln Iiura ipcll NATIONAL HONOR SOC IETY members are selected by the faculty on the basis charuter scholarship leiclcrshxp and seruce Membership IS l1m1ted to 15 per Cent of the cl1ss To be elxgnble for membershlp one must mte ln the upper one thnrd scholastnqally NATIONAL f ? Hdnon socnevv w 'f ST 5 ' 'T' fl 1 7 A Z S - o top if . rankm g sfudenfs " w11.1A1Nc '43 ,M 1,5 1 'i 4' rv-. Y 5 xK'11,l41s , ,X Q ..., ,,,,,,,,,. w,x1,mc 1i Kfw N,,v!,,,, My :L . f 2. yy 1 '3 fe! Rcm1aR'14 RICHIQY - J ,"VL'l!77'.f,f7f -i -f 72 X 5 All Q I l A Q' . U! J, I . , lx ' H In 'Tn it lfront row. left tu right: Gail Sweat. l.intl.i XY'ilwn, ll.ll'l1glI'.l Cirrrvll. Bc-tty Sweat. Lynette XY"oml. lit-tty wliiiuw, SL'klDY'ltl row: Dixie Diixnlen, Yl'l1L'l7xlllIA.l RLiysen.i.1ix .Mines Gleason. Dan Swinney, XY'.iri'en hfurpliy. lliiixl row: Gem' l7r.wiei'. Mmilun Tiiinlin. Rcilwert Richey. Artliur Newman. Duimltl fQ.ii'mll. -Luk Milos, lfnurtli rmvi Dmmltl Aillxins. 'Im' XXllYOLlNK'Lil'Ll. Billy Pennington, lit-i.iltl Alilretlge. litlxmiml liruxx n. First row. left to right: Marilyn Culpepper, Mary ,loyce Guthrie. Linda O'NCal, NX'anda Fuston. -lo Etta Russell. Linda XY'ilSon, Delures XY'liitmnn. Mary Cox. ,IL-an XY'ilson. Dell Davis. Second row: Put Hardy. -leri johnson. Deluis Harris. Carolyn Knowles. Betty Lou Smith. Brenda Oswalt. Diane Davis. Beverly Hunks. Fourth rmx: Gwen Gray. lfrnnkie Meltler. Helen Bailey. BAll'lWLlI'L1 I-leminingway. Connie Lelilzint. ,lutinitu Ciiugqli. C.u'ulyn Ritkuttx. Betty liurnfin. ROI5IfR'IA RICIIIIZY f'xIgnI11.I I awards VIAMIYS IRAI IAN IYICKIILIHILLII DI'.lXXII1g T A I 1 f , 1 , ' f-0 .. v-, . I X ll I FIOIZ NYC If JDXYARD I,I.1m' KVLUIIICIII Cllu-mxstrx' I7IIII,I,II' IUJIfIiI'C,Ii Solid Gunnctry CI'RI.IfY 'I'I 'RNIYR 'Ifigurlmnrtrx' RONNIIS BISRNARD Shop I R. 'If I.l'CI3 Shop Il 2 ,fl 1 b f fra ff' I JI I , I ' 1 ,':' . 'II I 'J 5 if I I LKI! In T' 1' IJ I - 0 -I Q ig X 5 PEGGY CQRITFN Art l JOHN HORNY AgI'lLLllfKll'L' l BILLY H ICKMAN But Publ ic Speaker -IFRRY DEVRIES licst Dairy lfiirmcr Farm ,limbs and Skills Fitting iinil Showing Animals lf,lf.A, Activitics MAVRICQIZ ROSS Fgirin -limbs and Skills Fitting and Showing Animals is N- Q 1. 1 .IIN NX'lI.l.lS Agriqulturc III scholash Jiiss P0U1.s0x lf.l7.A. Activi wg- FREDDIE HLKMBLE PEGGY MQCARTNEY F.F.A. Activities Slwrfhand SONYA HENSON Typing II awards LE'1'I'l'IA XWINBERL3 Homcmaking I BI LLIE PAYE CLTMBER Bookkeeping Rl 'BY Ifl 'STUN Bocmkkcqwingl MARY JEAN BRACKIN Conmmcrciul Aritlmmctii ,Q -'Fin 5'-fx 'S 1 ig... 'S A .- Q if ' X72 ,- fig Q 'V N b 'QV' X, CAROLYN KNOXY'I.FS Pl1ys1L.1l ffJL1L.1t1ml .IVAN XYIISON Phy'N1..il Ifdxzhltxlrn LINDA XYILSON l:I'CShIHLlI1 Girls. IUfl'.lIULlI'.il Spurs Blfl 'I Y H51 ' SMH H Swplwxrwzx' Girl! II1Yl'.lII,LlI'.il Spurs DIILORIQS XY'HI'I'MAN .Tummwr Cylrlx Il'lIl'.1IHLlI'.ll Sports NIZIDA PIIRDI 'ff PIIXSIMII Illlmltiurm scholastic l'RAXKIl" M l'I.DlfR Imr. Fcnxm' Cfxrlx mmlxxl Npmtx qv'- Qin- 1 XX . , JOHN BELT Physical Fdxlcation awards XX ENDELI. TANTZIZN Physics I, 5- COLEMAN DISCVIR Physical Education ISI l,I.Y TRAHAN Physical IfLlL1u1tiox1 MORRIS Tl 'RNITR Physical Education XYII.BI'RN UVIfR5'I'RI?If'I' GL-mural Soir-nw Flag Monitor ALEX MVRRAY Biology Spanish I 7 lis ' 4-Q-VA I BYRON LANG 11154 Monitor awards MARY Iil.I,IfX COX Shepherd I..mmhiL-s' Axmnl T 'fwf- Lgif A Sin. W-,H Vx. P5 A S' 3 - X JACK HYATT I5l.1g IXIUIHIUI' -IAMISS liI,lfANl JN flag hilbfllllvl MARTHA SI'I'I"I'l,IiR LibI'Ll1'y Cl uh Awud LAVRA SPIZIJ. Future Xursu VIABHQS IWAKIAIX Shepherd Laundrics' Award wr- pn 7413311 "sm A 1441 vip L 'KY " ,sm ' 1. Lgg.-,fs A 1.--'xi' .vw , - 1i5Q?5i'5:'f AA? .3 ' A ,Az-fri, Q, .F-1 -.y',gfm5 ,, 5- 'Q mg.-.. Bll I X lil KRD 1'-R 3 3 Illini '.ll"fl'i'.'f,r if , i ,X Lx X ,. lb Right: -Lickie reteiving the Danforth Awiirtl from Mr. Moore. Below: ,Iimmie Sheffield heing ton- griitulritetl hy Mr. Moore on heing n.imetl M11 NHS. These are only two of the many awards presented to the students of Nederland High School on Honors Day, May 11, 1955. K MQ QX, X Hg i X U X f f j W - A 4 "f N jf' X is 6 A -v X I f J X ,fl X f-1 1 1 2' A vl Y ' Y I I ,gy '55"R"4P'S!' '. ww ,Y., ,ff il? fo Alwlnrmg N .Ll Alllms, Aim Axl.lIllS, lillly Alllmms, lDu11.1lll Alllwrll, f.lYFUll Allllrl-xxx, ll.lYlN.ll'.l Amtuul, R.lX'lllUlltl lhllcy, llufll ll-HN, Nuxull Bula, lixclyn licnm-tt, Myra Bull. Donrm Bmlwcll. Gerald liurmsall, lknxtrilc Horllonzlm, Kcrmcth liuullrcaux. Louis Bouclrcaux, Vcrncll Broquct, Nona lllyc limwn, Rmmlll Bryan. Palsy Burnfin, Betty Butler, Billy 'loc Campbell, Dixie Carlin, 'l.llllL'S Cfatcs. jo Ann Conner, Dale Clomiennc, Gem-ll Cook, Harlan Cfurlwcllo, Paul Cluccia, Cfyntlmin 2 'li'- LJ? 4 Qs i"? , .I Y' ' DC ff L 'Q' Q' -vo. , 1 K ff T N! ff- 2 r . - gf-Eg x , 5 'ni' R .M Jax ,, ,A FX Lg A i l ri Q. ,, Q3 .. fr -ilu xi X' in '73 R, , fl 1"Y v-.ov ...X 'vs fb Curtis, jimmy Davis, Dell Davis, Freddy Dean, Sylvia De Vries, jerry Doolittle, Bob Dowden, Howard Dunaway, Paul Ealy, Martha Eisenmann, George Erwin, jo Ann Ewing, Royte Fernandez, Pete Fontenot, Lloyd Fruge, Eldora Fuller, Leon Gaugh, Juanita Griffin, jerry Guillote, Billy Hammer, james Hanehett, Butch Harris, De Lois Harris, Margory Hawthorne, jack Haynes, Kenneth Henson, Sonya Hilton, Marla Hintze, Ruth Holland, Tommy Hudson, Charlie joe Hudson, Pete Jacobs, Donald James, Nelda johnson, David johnson, Patsy jones, Charles jordan, Carl Kennedy, jo Ann Kieschnick, Martha Le Blanc, Connie Le Blanc, Lawrence Louvier, Lee Lee, Lynn Ann Lester, Marilyn Lisenby, Helen Love, jimmy McElvain, Evelyn McElwee, jimmy Maxwell, jimmy Miller, Fred Miller, Rodney Moseley, Ann Mudd, Kathleen Morris, jeanene Newton. Bevis Phillips, Leticia Pickering, Kenneth Pike, Ray Pousson, Agnes Powell, Carolyn x juniors . xvv' I i I' r - f I -f Q , 2 2 fly fr J 'fy x A ,o ,S Q ff 9' XX ff, Q N E JF 'k,A 5 - it S4 f ,, f C..'V S ','. , A 4 1 'J ,, .L , lf' Q, - , X, f ly 'yr H f' , 5 i l . A Q Vgfx V . ya . will , I Q fgtx T ,,., ,NX f ix y A m 4 5 X N fi it l 5 X x 1 wi aa , , 4 N A ez ,,f S 'r, 7 . r 4 , I " -Q . T7 .-1 7? , s ' C! S N K Xi., vr ,- W ,f" J' :W fi is I. viii 4 . ,.... ,rs 0 .10 - 4.3 fi? N SL., 4 ' 'fi' ., 1 1 i 'fif ' J' 5 ,iw Powers. Robert Price, Charles Quibodeaux, Paul Radford, XY'endell Richardson. Rhody Ricketts, Carolyn Rienstra, Byron Robinson, Freda Rode, Elmer Ross, Maurice Ryman, Wfanda Sain, Louis Sanderson, Percy Savoy, Rebecca Sherman, jo Ann Simoneaux, joe Smith, Virginia Sorrell, Wfilda Sorrell, Wfilma Speriky, Mary Kay Sponsler, Shirley Streetman, Elaine Sturrock, Bob Sturrock, Corene Sturrock, Marie Sweat, Betty Trahan, Billy Tyler, Woodrow' Van Auken, Raymond Tp Van Cleve, Kay Vm Mmon Shlrlu XY lfd I 1 rx XYIIFL Mmlyn XY xrmr IoK1thLr1nC Vkfulgc Lxrry Nxfhntmfm Dolores XY IS Wfxlson cm Wfoods Hmvld XYIO0dVSll'L1 up XVootLn bhlrlq class of 56 '01 4 gy- 4? 0 P1 11121 I 1111 1 1 for In f0Nf1Zl1Ug C lstlcmm Bolwhx Coltcs Shcrmm Lxtahfzcld Brxuc Ruxsnnuri Nuk 4K 89 5 'j '- 'iff' ' .- fi- A 'Q F 5 ' " .i A- . Q-2 ,lk 17k- ,- 5 if V r N 'Q x T 1 4 .. J 5 IX ENT fillfyljirgm I 'T F "2 i 'T KE'-,Q , J ,'I'l k-X rv JA ' '11 . 1 . A 1- P' - -.,, '- , -ll ' 1' W 'J-52' I E ,N X . f X 1 l X XM V J 'wifi ' 7 A AA xg, 17 lux' U 1 X " I F J X1 XKMDQC X 4 X 44? 1 X. 393 If ' ' f ff X ff " ff f 1 f J X FN xr X I U fx JJ jf A C W M f x 3 x r I ,, J, f ff" X K X Z ,-A, J -Y 4 - A. 41 , 4 g ,. Q uv' G O A PHILLIPS coaches VERNON RAMKE if Nl!! E H McKENZIE Mac Bum and Hoes 1954-'55 sfafe quarter finalists .Q -'fuk 1 st 1 lfll 1 mum 1 IL mx Qt n P11 mm Luk 81111111 1 1 Q L I11 1111 111 .1111 UIIDNUD 'IU1111111 11 md 1 4 1 LX 11111111 1 m XX utp Huh Nturrm 1111111 I111p111111 1 N It LD Q 1 nn up 1 IL 1 xxx L It no x wx I1 14111 ut 11r1111 1 N U J D1 1 A C run IxL1111Ltl1 811411111 fn capfams ,.f-- 1- Us ,Q 1 R. 'If l.l'C'I5 LARRY MINALDI D, D. PERKINS I..ll'I'y Minaldi is heing tacklral .is Per- kins is on the ground. nederland - 27, kirwin - 0 lt was in Bulldog stadium that Nederland completely shackled Kirwins Buccaneers in J27'0OI1Sl.1LIgl1I. Perkins was the lwig gun for the Bulldogs. He personally tallied two Bulldog touchdowns, passed for another and guided the entire Nederland attatk. Nederland tallied first in the second quarter when Perkins capped a drive from the Buc 53 with a nine-yard surge. Minaldi's conversion was good. The Bulldogs scored again in the third chapter when Perkins passed 15 yards to Larry Wzircl. Minaldi missed the conversion. Ronnie Foreman covered a Buc fumble on the Kirwin 10, and Perkins pitched out to Minaldi, who danced into the end zone for another touchdown in the third quarter. R. T. Luce recovered a Buc bobble on the Kirwin 30 in the final stanza, and Per- kins romped the final 11 yards. Minaldi's point was good for the final tally. Above: Extra point fails on pass in- completion. Right: Minaldi drives hard for first down against the Bucs. 94 nederland - 21, jasper - O On the first play of the .second quarter, Quarterback D. D. Perkins traveled nine yards on a left side keeper play to break the scoring ice. Larry Minaldi kicked the extra point. Larry Wfard set up the touchdown by intercepting a pass and returning it to the 'lasper SO. Perkins sneaked over from the one to give Nederland its Second touchdown, coming in the final canto, Larry Ward had again interce wted a wass, this time returnin r it to the 16. Minaldi avain kicked the noint. . l l ts fn l Minaldi climaxed the night's scoring by slamming two yards over left guard following a recovered fumble by Ward on the 'lasper six. Minaldi also split the uprights for a perfect night. jasper brought in a Nederland punt in the third and returned it 53 yards to Neder- lands 26 for Jasper's chief scoring threat of the night. The scoring threat washalted by a backfield in motion penalty after carry- ing down to the one. Left: Minaldi croses double strip! against jasper. Right: Eisenman tallies on the Saints. nederland - 60, sf. anthony - O The Nederland Bulldogs charged wildly to humble a scrapping St. Anthony crew 60-0. The Bulldog forward wall opened the way for ball carriers to scamper over the ground for 374 yards against a lonely 2 for the Saints. Scoring was a common thing as Eisenman led the scoring with four touchdowns: Perkins had three: Pat Waite and Leon Fuller, one each. Giving a good account of themselves in the Bulldog line were Raymond Doucet, Phillip Roebuck, R. T. Luce. Ronnie Foreman, Larry Wcird and Robert Mainord. 95 Abovei Fuller hauled down hy Webster tackles, In the third canto, Fisenman capped a 59-yard march with .1 55-yard scamp Fuller romped around his own left end on a pitchout from Perkins, with third quarter. for another score. nederland - 41, websfer - O Behind a rough rollicking Nederland line, 125 pound Leon Fuller tallied four touch- downs, Larry Minaldi and George Eisenman had one each, and Tommy I-Iolland success- fully converted four of five extra points. Quarterback D. D. Perkins' pass to Larry XVard accounted for the other point after touchdown. Nederlands opening touchdown came when Minaldi crashed over from the one to climax a 65-yard drive in the first chap- ter. It was Raymond Doucet who set up the next Bulldog score when the hefty tackle latched on Eisenmanns fumble on the Web- ster as and scooted to the Wildcat 14. Three plays later Fuller was over for the six-pointer. er for the tally. one minute, thirty-five seconds left in the And in the fourth chapter, Fuller authored two more touchdowns, from the twenty-one and the four, to wind up Ne- derlands spree. nederland - 27, porf neches - 24 The fired up Nederland Bulldogs took a 27 to 24 victory over the highly favored Port Neches Indians for the season's biggest upset, Two minutes deep in the second quarter Don Stephens recovered an Indian bobble on the Port Neches six-yard line. Three plays later. Larry Minaldi rammed through center for the games first score. Hollands kick was good. Four minutes later Stephens recovered another fumble on the Tribe 50. Leon Ful- ler took a pitchout from Perkins on the 10 and went over for the score. Hollands kick was blocked. With 42 seconds remaining in the half Port Neches scored from the one. Doucet blocked the kick. Again in the third quarter Luce recovered a Tribe fumble on the 22. Two plays later Eisenmann scored from 18 yards out. Hol- land's kick was good and the score stood 20- 6. XVith five minutes, three seconds of the period remaining, Port Neches scored again. Four minutes later they scored again making it 20-18. Again with eight minutes, one second left in the contest Port Neches scored Above: Mad scramble at Indian massacre. on a pass play. This put the Indians out in front 24-20. With one minute, twenty-nine seconds left in the game, George Eisenmann carried through the middle for the final score. Tommy Holland's kick was good and the score stood Nederland 27, Port Neches 24. 96 The entire Bulldog squad chipped in what was needed to win. nederland - 54, vidor - 6 The Nederland Bulldogs opened the district race by defeating the Vidor Pirates in the rain Sei-6. Three minutes deep in the game Minaldi stored, Tommy Holland connected for the first of six extra points. Minaldi stored again with two minutes left in the first quarter. Xlifith one minute, forty-five setonds left Minaldi went around end for TD number three. Un the opening play of the second quarter Minaldi Stored again: Witli six minutes left Perkins stored. Soon after, Sturrock bulled over from the three. Perkins hit lfuller in the end zone for one score and Percy Sander- son went around end for the final tally. nederland - 46, silsbee - 7 The Bulldogs scored 19 points in the fourth quarter to down the Silsbee Tigers -io-7. Pour minutes deep in the first quarter Eisenmann went over from the one, llollands kick was good. The next TD. tame on a pitthout from Perkins to Minaldi .who rotnped 51 yards to paydirt. The point failed. Eisentnann tounted again in the setond canto when he broke through for 67 yards and a touchdown, Minaldi scored from the one late in the third period. Tommy Hol- land's conversion was good. In the fourth period Minaldi scored once and Sanderson counted two to rap up the scoring for the night. nederland - 56, porf acres - O Bob Sturrock started the scoring by racing 26 yards for the first score. Nederland gained a safety when Raymond Doueet blocked an Eagle punt. Not long after Leon Fuller scored from five yards out. The following three touchdowns belonged to Larry Minaldi. In the third canto Sturrock scored again on a 60-yard run. The last touchdown was made by jimmy Sheffield. Tommy Holland successfully converted six extra points. Above: Sanderson takes off against Pirates Left: Eiseninann eludes 'liuers fivi gain. Belowz Hawthorne. Xlfaite. and Dontc pin in Eagle. liberty - 13 The Nederland Bulldogs sewed up the District 28AA crown by defeating the Lib- erty Panthers 20 to 13. After a scoreless first period, Liberty struck the first four minutes deep in the second period. Two minutes before the half, D. D. Perkins sliced over for the first Canine touchdown to climax a S0-yard drive. l-lolland's kick was good. Three minutes deep in the third period, Minaldi raced 35 yards for a touchdown. I-lolland's kick was no good. No further scoring was done until the fourth quarter when Liberty tallied again. Nederlands last touchdown came on a 22-yard pass to end Larry Wfard. Abuse: Fuller gives a Panther the arm. nederland - 40, bishop byrne - 6 The Bulldogs made it ten in a row for the season by defeating the Bishop Byrne Sharnrocks io to 6. Minaldi and Wfard led the scoring for the Bulldogs with two tallies apiece. Perkins counted once on a quarterback sneak and then tossed an 18-yard aerial to Larry Warcl for another. Wiircl scored late in the final quarter when he intercepted a Shamrock pass and roniped -i0 yards to paydirt. Above: Minaldi sets sail for Shamrocks' double stripe with Crews as an escort. nederland - 13, la marque - 7 The Nederland Bulldogs kept their winning streak by defeating their Bi-District arch rivals, La Marque, by the score of 13 to 7. Larry Ward recovered a La Marque bobble on the Nederland 48, and the Bulldogs pushed to the Tiger 20 but lost the ball on downs. XVith just forty-six seconds left in the initial half, Perkins on the third play tossed a 14-yard aerial to Larry Ward in the end zone for the first marker. Tommy Holland's kick was not good. Opening the third period, La Marque reeled off only two plays before Ward intercepted a Tiger aerial on the Tiger 25. The Bulldogs pushed to the ten but lost the ball on downs. After taking the ball over on the Tiger 40, Perkins tagged R. T. Luce, who was loping wide open on the 15, with a 56-yard pass play for Nederlands second and final touchdown. Holland's kick was good. La Marques lone marker came in the last period on a 53-yard pass play. 98 The Nederland Bulldogs defeated the nedefland 1 20, baling -- 7 Boling Bulldogs to gain the Regional cham- pionship by a score of 20-7. Scoring began with nine minutes, fifty- seven seconds left in thc- first period. This was Nederlands first play from scrimmage. Minaldi broke through the middle on a quick Opener and went all the way. Tommy Holland kicked the point and Nederland had a 7-O advantage. ln fifteen plays Boling scored from the one-yard line to cap a 67-yard drive. The point was good. No more scores were made in the first half as Nederland could not hold on to the ball, and the Boling offenses were stymed by a hustling Nederland for- ward wall. 5 Six minutes deep in the third quarter Bob Sturrock took the ball for the first time broke off left tackle to score from the 2-1- yard line. Hollands try for point failed and Nederland held a 13-7 advantage. Witli just fourteen .seconds left in the third stanza, Nederland scored again. This final touchdown came when A. A. Abovfr Crews and 5fCPlWUS Cl0SC in- Crews blocked a Boling punt in the end zone and jack Hawthorne fell on it for a precious six points. Hollands kick was good and the game ended Nederland 20, Boling 7. nederland - 28, freer -28 The Nederland Bulldogs ended its season in one of the most thrilling games in Nederlands history. The score was 28- 28. Freer won on penetrations S--1. After the ball changed hands twice, Perkins fumbled on the Nederland 21. Four plays later lireer scored. The point was good and lireer led 7-0. A fumble halted the next Nederland drive on the Freer 28. but the Buckaroos were unable to advance. Minaldi took the kick on the -ii and scampered to the lfreer 51 for .1 gain of 2-i yards. lfight plays later and with eleven minutes, fifteen seconds left in the second period Nederland scored. Tommy Holland kicked the point and the game was tied up 7-7. With fifty-five seconds left in the half lfreer scored on a pass play. The point was good. After an out-of-bounds kick Nederland marched 73 yards to tie up the contest 1-i-1-4. Sturrock covered the final 27 yards. Soon after Nederlands score, Freer retaliated on a short pass with one minute, seventeen seconds left in the third period. The extra point made the score 21-14. Sturrock again counted from the 26. The conversion was good, tying the score again. 21-21. Freer's final touchdown came on another .J A, . -in ' aerial play. ,,..-v-"' Sanderson scored around end for Neder- lands last six points, and Hollands kick ...safe ' was again good. The game ended in a heart-breaking 28- 28 tie. And so ended the Nederland Bulldogs 1953 football season, as STATE QUAR- an TER-FINALISTS. 99 lu' i I 'Fi---an-.5 '1 . 5 .,ax . x . . , v.:--J 4 5 DONALD ADKIXN HJ!! Um'-Ya-.ii -lunini Rcuiwy I,vttq-rm.1n JACKIE ASKEXY' Buff Ono-Year Senior I.cttcrm.m A. A. CRFXVS 'l',1vHu One-Yun' Senior LL-ttci'm.1n All-District---5-1 All-State-54 RAYMOND DOI 'CET Tuff!! 'fhrcc-Your Senior Letterman All-Distrift+55-54 RONNIE FOREMAN Cwifef' Two-Year Senior Letterman All-District-54 CHARLES FOXYLER 'llirlzfe One-Year Scnim' Letterman 1- ' W -Q Q 'fS', . -far, .7 ii "Wink .. I? X-, if 1 1-R" Wan z-K -'15 ,i QE fix ,. "1 .4 . gg? L 1 i I i ,s-.,,' .-., X 'Q' SQ.. LEOIN H LI,I:R I .. . I ' " 'i f5.1L'ff - 5 Q I Ont--Ya-.ir xhiniiii' Q' n' 4 4 1.1-ttwmgin All-Distritt-S-1 'fx ,IACK HAXYVIAHORNE Ci 2114 r One-Year .Iuninr Lcttci'miin I TOMMY HOLLAND Bark One-Yciir junior Letterman KENNETH IRVING Btlfk K Om--Your Senior . 2 Letterman DAVID .iorixsom in Bark Om X mr junior Reserve Letterman , LEE .ION ES Buck A One-Year Senior - Letterman I , V F5 , -',,:' . ..f, 4 ' .' K-'uf1T , ,.-..'.r,. . L . -W .. 2 Q ,Eg-U 'HPK ' . .. .vf.11-- . -. if ,EM e '?kf?sf-Sinai --ff QS Si 'Q .Quasar -yn N.. 'I R. T. LVCE limi Three-Ye.ir Senior Letterman All-DixIritt75-1 ROBIERT MAINORD G'1z.1vJ 'l'hrce-Ya-.ir Senior I.ettei'm.in All-Dixtritt--54 LARRY MINALDI 15.1114 Three-Year Senior Letterman All-District-54 D. D. PERKINS fini ThI'CC'R'C1lI' Senior Letterman All-Distrint-f-53-54 ikla ' Q --" Q ,.x, 0 , ..l0:,,4 n?f L I' PHILLIP ROEBUCK Gu.n'd Two-Year Senior Letterman All-District-54 BILLY SANDLIN Guard One Year Senior Letterman ' P' 9' I J 1 u. if . . 'T ' 'Q .. i 1-,,- 3 -1. F T1-H 'J : .ff ',.. -'J' Nw" 1'fi9.5'.fj,.iyQf'?, wiv. Q, - -L. Iivig. .Q.,"' TLC? . . . , gg -,.-WA . ....Af.,,.t,, Qgjvi .-.fr-L-Jw , - , , .,. , 1f.. .'a,.. i '1?L+f-'54 'r"4Z5-ws, -.-..,,.-.--31 . ' .,,, ..,X,.. .... . ,W .F . 1 7 A0 VUENDELL TANTZEN Tackle One-Year Senior Letterman I-IIQBERT TYER End One-Year Senior Letterman PAT WAITE End Two-Year Senior Letterman LARRY WARD End Two-Year junior Letterman All-District-54 All-State Second Team JIMMY WILLIS End One-Year junior Reserve Letterman HAROLD WOODS Tafkle One-Year junior Reserve Letterman ......, ., ,Rez , . wi ., rm W 131. eye' 1. .li "GFX 1. new me ' ' :- .Lv 'Y IU umm ru Om ILH am Haul Chcczcua Dm xu Plt Hum K I 1954- 55 cheerleaders Sf RAPPW IAINI 1 DAVIS MVA' Huli , Sl1i'I Spomlu, . nic .- lL . 1 H'I a if ia c Daf, a a lf. ,l4'l'i,lUhI15Uf1. fiL'I1fL'l'I vlzmc-t Unix. NJN 1 t. , 1 -1 5 ' Q 99 6 MRD Y DIAIXE DAVI5 Ilaxm' ClJt'6'l'!L'.ldt r MERTY LEE HUDSON E Y IER1 JOH NSOAV CONN xi LEBLANC R 1954-'55 nederlcmd "b" squad ...q- ' v ra "Tal 9-v . ,f ,ggxkl . Ju ar-EM L il? ' W ,Q-m,. .V v NJ.. 1-T-XT 4 ' . . ' ' '-maui' ' X , ., nk! i.Q . ' X ' , ,'y'n . .- I ' Q W QVFN 5 " E.: 4 " wi' -f"v"' if, H. . ,W .--u--, f f-- A - A y...f .KN fvgfgld'-y '. ,vm ith First row: Jimmy lN'lzulflwc'c. Vain Pa-ikins. R.iyincmil V.inAulxcn, l..ii'i'y Xlfmligi-, lllxmiiml Murignn. Donald vlA1CUl7S, l.4iri'y lfullcr, 'lciiy Axlu-xv. 'liunim' ll1H1I1.I, COIL- XY'illi.unw. lviix' Griffin, Sunil-l row: Lynn Cumicnnc. ,lou XX'illy, Riingilil lici'ri.iiwl, .le-in Singlitwn. liiuii- litilifiqlil. Dwiml-l hfctrcycnn, N0i'in.in Dennis. Ciuixlun liiiffiiigtmi, l.l-ml l"nriti'rwt. l.L'4!Il.lIil lJ.ip.ini.i, Kc-nnctlr Borilcnzim. 'lliiixl rmv: Rulwcrt Dolittle. .Iiiix DuV:iiu, Rwl.in.l Diliminri, Ruimlil Niimlili, liillx ALl1lII1S. XY'giyl4iml Austin, Runnlil M.ittL. li. XY. 'liininwiix liillx Dawn, Malkin llrlurt, Wiriilill Radford. 1954-'55 swimming team of' L,'f',Jf Ae,.- -lift " " Billy NX'aller, jimmy XYi'inklc. Hclwrt llqinml. vlgimw liluiwri. Kmmitli l..ingli.im, jimmy lflctilicr, lc-ss Poulson, Frmd Miller. Paul Dun.m'.iy. C'q,ul1 Hmmm' gf: 1 I I ig gs 5.0 A. A. CREXXN TJLH S ,oo QQ gr. 'yd 1 ,452 - . gt fo, A .r LIN . . ., . 5 1... - -,, ' 'S'-qi? i '74-n. ' IA iG.g.A. f:' 1? 'W 1 -I 'R ring, , ,- 'll right to left: R 'l' lull. R.u'muml Duulur. Rulu-rt Munoixl, Ronnie l:0l'L'lU.iH, Phillip Rfmlwulk. A. A, Cliuxx. l..lfl'y XX4.lI'sl. l'rACiKl5llfl.Dt l..ll'IAy' lNIin.1lnli. D. D. Pcrkins. lrun l'lIllL'I .-.qu .jf 'xv ' W. .1 , IARRX VUARD fm! . . ,A - WT A All-Smtc First Team All-State Scuonil 'llcim I08 A V Q.'!'q ff . ffm ' 1 N425 2' i , . .- 't 'Q Viywi? - 1-:yi , vd 2 -um - A RS'C3f Senwr X. PERCY Fofflzzrd -YA FRS Ca' Junior OA 5 Cerner LARRY XWARD 1-Year junior All-District Second Team All-State ci 9X Guilw ITL, D' D. Cff""f Py,Y5'f A, SW f-n.ar?R1f,,X.9 X- XX L- H sbnlbr . l.S'f,-,kt the 1954-55 bi-district champs L .- wwse' ef: A , E eECoMlEs..,.Y.Q,u Illg Nl' EXW Baele row left to neht D D Perluns Perey Sanderson Larry Ward R T Luce Larry Mrnaldr M llle r s Vm Perleln Ixmmx Vklllrs Kenneth Qpeneer Tommy Hollmd Leon Fuller Front rm Irrry Iuller Donrll Adkn Iommx Hanna Bob Sturroek jrek Hawthorne Nede rl md Nederl md Nederland Nederland Nederlmd Nederl md Nederland Nederland Nederland Nederland DISTRICT SC HFDULF 7 77 7 Port Acres Srlsbee Lrberty Vldor Port Acres Srlsbee Llberty Vrdor Webster Beex rlle I 7 7 The Bulldogs had 1 yery sueeessful season thrs year The Camnes started up the ladder and earned 1 playoff berth nn the regronal tournament at Vretorra Here the Bulldogs were defeated by the Beexllle Trojans I ' H F12 fx 'A N. ,.-. N I vfxi . 'E ' X . af-514' K". , "ff f i-'PZ5' , . my I :.,-ev V , QQ 'x ' ' M-.X ' f . . ,Y.. A- x. , .nk N f A f nw: ' I1 'Du K , N pg, rg , 1' if . T, ', .' 1 x ., I 55' .fm 8 J 1 N ' ' X 1' ' f X ' I S ... if if ' subs lo o N' f ill lik Nile-L l'OMMY HOLLAND ,HM XX'll.l.lS 0-Year -lunim' I.ctturm.in Ono-Yum' blunim' l.cttL-ru sporfs managers u 2--v' 3753 :f"??'?i'f ' 1 5. 4 Left to right: Wendell Radford, Gerald Hebert, Pctc Hardy. disfricf 36-a champions I . - I Front rom I1meQ Cnrlm Kenneth Irxnm Ron1ld Broun Tommy H mllmd Icon Fuller I 1 ry Mmdldx .Ink Hmthornc Harold Wfoods Buk mu Wkndell RICIIOILI I ury XX 1 d In cw Sanderson Leonard P.1pam1 P1t XX me Bob Qturronk Donald Adkms Kcnncth Qpcmcr Ronme I'oreman DISTRICT 56 A CHAMPIONS Trick and Tlelcl 'U H ard High Hurdles Snwzd Plug 770X.1rd Duh S I na' PI JFRRX DOXX DFNI PFRCH NAXDTRQON ll rfv ll IOO H lid DISII P1111 Inc lohihix HOIIAND PERCY QANDERSON IC Rally 111 140 X lrd D1sl1 Third Plus MINAI DI ADIXINS xx RIXIXII LEONIILLLR 4 X1rdRcl11 f1lPae MIINALDI ADlxIlNS HOLLAND SANDIRSOIN 880 X 1rd Rufl Sefunlcf P1114 PAT XX AITF lumflv Plufe BOB 9'll RROCK Ponzfl Ponzi: PUIJIII 4th Liberty 24 Pnmlr lst Nederland 2nd Vldor 5rd aspcr TF AM TOTALS mt Put I IH!! 11 PIRC1 NAXDI RSOX Dxscus lam!! 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Spencer Ward Foreman Hawthorne Woods HIGH jl'MP and BROAD JVM? HVRDLE5 SPRINT ERS Papaniu. Sanderson, Holland. Minaldi Dowden Ward Sanderson Fuller Holland Mmaldx .L Ui 4 ,....,, 1954-'55 bi-district champs QQRLQQ I 4 1hn4.o--- '-A 4- First row jack Manning., Tommy Hanna R 'I Luce Bing, Sandlxn I rrry NXf.xrd Perey Sanderson Coach Vernon flalossj Rxmlce Second rem Raymond V1nAuken j 1 Willis Ieon Iuller Tern Rlllll' Pit XX' te en Sinderson I y u ii ou 1 IN nr 1 lommv Hollm Kenneth Bordonaro Curley 'Iurner Donald Metreyeon jimmy Sheffield DISTRICT GAMES Nederland Nederland Nederland Nederland Liberty Vidor Liberty Vidor BI DISTRICT Nederland Wharton REGIONAL Nederland LaMarque The Bulldogs had a xery sueeessful season this year wrapping, up the district Cham pionship and the bi district ehampionship The Canines vent through the district with four wins and no defeats Then the Bulldogs defeated Wharton for bi-district before being dovfned by LaMarque in regional by the close score of 5-2. For the Nederland Bulldogs this ended the sports activities for 195-1-55. They won in all four sports-FOOTBALL BASKETBALL TRACK and BASEBALL. .ff if 7 Diff V ............ ffr' - ,--, - Q I ' X A x X f 4. I ' J 1 Ax sm D r K .-0. -I- .. '. I at 1 E 1 g .,f' ob -' ,e -r '.-. f Q , 1 1, 5. ,1- 4. c ,--,., N., '- X-. , , ' ' 'Ss ' .. -Q-ia' , -ag ,. . yegav- ,A fm .d"' ri: -'wil' N ' V 1 4-4 . Fly'-h ' lsfy' .L , V 4' , gl - Q M. , , 4 A' ' 'f' . 'A ..., -N 9 A I I 2 1 Nu.- 'Um Lf. RY' .ns-4 na-Q N sew-9 4, ' A .-.Q-.r,..4. 1 "' ,LT .A'f'?.4 ' ' gr ."f Lf"- -s"' Q, fhal' .,.x 4 '.s.2. 'i 1-iilr i .-iq ' "wr L L5-f:"v'f-?fv:'fg "4 1 bl 'saizsf-sfK' 2-' I - A . e vu m L . n ed' v nv- P- when ,rx ' t-.J we:-is 4 . X, A . 3, ,,, . P 1. , " ' T? lg, -,,f W' .4 Af: I :M'fR'Cip1-we -- .H-Av-g U, .-.nazi .57 ,. , - Alfm 'g.., -. ...Q , xr . .Y I I-, ei-u.,,,, C- ..... ? -- 656 .-E-...-1-,E ,.4' . , -.Q ,xmargh .- 3.1-... ' . 4-. '- ww In -I Q- A' 4K'lA X rw:-1 'mil 4 ab- X .- any ' Ol we L- 11" Q Q -,ig,::++iw3:g q as-f.g-Sew-:'f"'f' . Q -Q-' - ., K .-1 .. K. M Abmu Santllln talccs tut in 'lllyur gnmc. Q I 43. 'ja Hsin f 1 e Q Ahmc: Hollqntl ups lull against ligcrs. all-disfricfs o 2. 9 ,' l , fx H 1 A : l A' ' 'W F l 'Wm ' 'QW ifi. ' F ,J . l ,,-fg ..B2f: 9 A af ' . if- if -fafif, ..:'5t zT',4 xx 11 ' fvl . F 'Vl?fb. .1 41 it A f N if t sie- . x -1- ' ,.frf.,,3a.gr?Q-1 732, 2 4+-4... . 1 4.i ,. .4 ', U , P, I., - JQLHL.-s-M ii:L.-A1f. I Li 'J R " k"' Y ' C 9. 1' 1 3 ': .,3,lh:,u 'Ji'-f fill. g ,. . n ,.T- Q - 2 ':,2fffl.'," JL ' I nb ' .-iff,jjfPef' ' , 5 ' t t 'N - PERCY SANDERSON LARRY MINALDI Pitcher Slmmtstmp Below: Tumor scores important run. Below: Ifullcr you into third safely. ,B 1 px K ' Po"'4N. 4 . ., Mvymws 1 I .. 'I - . . Q qj-Egfr vt ...Q f I . iw, ,fn ,. vw- .Y.... L,. .LQ ,xr . V 3' W. ,. fin , , . 1- 3-V wc-as ky, L ' ff, . 'iii'--1 hr fu'-to L , I A .rwriyl I-.kv ' 1, rp.-fl E-9. 7 . V I , i ..L ix wg , ,4 .. A 4 l lt "' 1 f .X - , if . flu' f. , softball Left to right: Cgirlon Knowles. Reba Wil- iiims, jenn NX'iIson. Carlon R i L k c t t N. Frankie Mcltlcr. Pat H.irtly. Dell Diivix lcri -Iohmon. volleyball It-ft to right: Hobbit- Bushnell. CQo.ttli1 .intln Wilson, Wfintln Zciglcr, Dolort-N Vlhitmiin, BL-tty liurnfin, Cyntlm cilltthl. rcntlu Qsxxuilt. liiginlcic Mt-ltlttr, Nttltl.i rtluc. -lean XX'ilson, -Icri johnson. Betty Lou Smith. f l- 'NSN basketball Left to right: Jeri johnson, Pat Hardy, Shirley Sponslor. Betty Lou Smith. Carlon Knowles, Dian Davis. Connie LeBlanc. I -44,5 E-.Ty ff fs C 5 X Q N Q Lip kr ,- ,,...... 1 1 ?YYl l tr if I Y ! 0 I XX - 'I t-. f ffn "' r' X B--f ' ,- 2 : ' vi Q M Q 0 V X 3 1 : 595. -, 0 ' as v - -V Q . 0 1 ... ur i 1. ,E N s- -' ff' F? .wx I J In Q Q W X-.r .QA JE 'iii' idx 'fx x x. I ur SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Pu .wh nr , XY'AI.I.AfQF KAN Vim IM! ,"g A , LFONARD PAPANIA Smu,',.w, , UAII. SXYEAT 'I'm,1x1n'L r , CQHENDA AVSTIN Swan! lL,1.h 1 , MIQRTY HI 'DSON Rejwmf.. ......,, HIEDXVARD MORGAN Adams, Carroll Arnold, Darnell Arscment, Diane Askew, 'lerry Austin, Glenda Austin, Xlifayland Ballard, T. Bailey, Helen Baron, Shirley Bean, Roland Beard, Shirley Bernard, Ronnie Birdwell, Lucille Bourque, Shirley Brackin, Mary jean Brassieur, Helen Brown, Edward Brown, Sandra Buffington, Gordon Burnfin, Mike Butler, Wfayne Carbaugh, Donald Carter, Mary Ellen Chauvin, Louis Chester, Helen Choate, Aileen Coleman, La juan Coker, Wilma Concienne, Lynn Cook, Gerald Cooley, jo Della Deese, Billy w . R 4? My as "If f. ,Y H. N U u fx Q A I ' "1 r :Q ' , l w B XJ C l X ilk Lt f , r, 4' 2 " , y A -15 J, Cl i , A Q JT' l' W 'I ix -ali' . " '-1 'T A' "' 'C 1 if ' Y kg - 3 , .x 1 ' T7 S l 1 ian. H.:-Klwlx-1 'V , 1,1 y X W. ' - be 'Q-:L'I, ilfjffre . J i.,1'.i:',. o 1' A ' in , 17 ', -3 , 1 Q . ., nal 5 - 'ii l l Q! bv! -N X N X ,Tx -. T"l X Hn ,- ,, rn 4' , aa l' ls, Q 4 N . 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IDLIILIVKXIY, Bill Farmer, Billy jean Fletcher, Gerald Fletcher, 'Iimmie Fowler, jimmie Fuller, Larry Gallion, Billy Tom Granger, Ted Guillote, Pat Hailey, Frances Handley, jiunes Hanna, Tommy Htxrdy, Pat Hardy, Ross Hartner, Faye Hathorne, Gene Havard, Herbert Hebert, jimmy Hebert, Melvin Henson, Carol Sue Hickman, Billy Hill, Raymond Hudson, Merty Humble, Freddie Hunt, Louise Ivy, Faye johnson, Jeri Kay, XY'Llll41LC Knowles. Carolyn Knowles, Marilyn Langham, Kenneth La Point. Gay Nell Lester, Linda Leysuth, Margaret Lisenhy, lflnm Dean Meliride, Lois Manning, 'latk Matte, Ronald Metreyeon, Donald Miller, Harmon Miller, Jeanette Minaldi, Ronald Moore, Benford Morgan, Edward Morris, Phyllis Mouton, joseph Murray, Alex Murphy, Warren Newcomb, Virginia O'Neal, Linda Palmer, Barbara Papania, Leonard Patterson, Frances Perkins, Van Peterson, jay Pickering, Way'ne Poulson, jess Pratt, Donald 47 N l .f nv. v ' 4 c 725 -:Lil 3 it .X is fl? 3 'L .O kg X -i-fd 1,1 X' P , -f' .fe L ' A I 1 ' C if 'X X 2' y fifgfm. ., - a 5 :5 1 . ' .J ., : 1 l ' r- li fri Tx , ,, f 5 f,, fv- in 'Q J! I 4 Wy xii xxx ix XX ' it 'il ff ' - -4 i N -' I 3, J x -tif is X t P PN .ii M ' 'f . A, fr' Y K " , Wi lf" X XM na x -ff? I Qi ,' : A ' H X W' rf Xl X V - '0. ga 'JR if .Q TA 5. 4 1- .J Y' 'T' :H ' Uv n '-i. wif 'Effie 'R ff ie if f 2-S we 1" ,xl li S fi 2' ff' S at fi 1 ' si ff ,dl 1' Y' as 16 4 tk, I. We 'W X N X if rx f ff, f' 3 13 Q ., i C ,J O la .no 'f A .1 , 7 YM, .ln ll .- J ii. -.P m 0 M A ,. 2 r f,, 4' I, " f, , nf. ' I is lf' 1 P' . 3, J 1 f- l Prestridge, Arnold Pullin, Mary Rauwerda, lflizalweth Rauwerda, Lucille Richey, johnny Riley, Bobbie Rowland, Ryan Roy, Valex Ruysenaars, Theodora Ryman, Tommy Sattler, Harold Schion, Billie Sheffield Sheffield Sheppard, Silkwood Lynda Ruby Bobby Perry Sims, Beverly Singleton, jerry Singleton, Marie Smith, Betty Lou Smith, Charles Spencer, Gary Spencer, Kenneth Sponsler, Nancy Stephens, Beverly Stampley, Carolyn Stansbury, Clara Stewart, joan Stroup, Don Sweat, Gail Terry, Carl Thompson, Mary A. Thompson, Mary V. e Timmons, lf. XV. 'N at 2 QQ . - 'Z' Tomlin, Marlon ,7 -I 9 ...r . ' -v l ' ' 1 Trahan, jerry , , " I ,K 'N' 'X I iff.-5. ni .' .X if .Ap C ' 11-if X -3. Viator, Larry james ,, y x -, Vinson, Barbara it 'ogg 'f ', ' f"l '3 W Wfaite, Sammy Jef 4' ' 4 Wall, Benetta ,gy If W Q , C I X' - lil X 5' . - Y l Xlll li Wfaller, Billy joe M: ' : .,: .-, Waller, Katherine ' , 4 ' 'L' 4- Wfalling, Bettie Wfalsh, Molly a " 1 X . j. S VKX 5' Q 'iL,iE51., 5 . , "af-if'-ffl. K Ja I I .H g B Wfatts, Clarente S ' 4- ' j 3 Watts, Connie q, 49 'Q ' -., " ' fx 1 White, Carolyn .L M 't " A y ' ' 4 f Willey, Joe S - ' L t 4, . y , Q I , S . 'wid '- i XX f M l. 4 fx Wfilliams, Cole K' 'i -'Y' "' ,l '33 Williams, Reba 0 . ,-31 f.-gb Winters, A. D. ' i 'J ,, ' pg, Wood, Lynette ' f- iss, ., -. W ,I ai im A ,. . Woodcock, Floyd If 1 3 5 Young, Alice l-' -T A f T ..x R n U Young, joyce ' ..ai vi ' " 1 ' ,- Youngblood, Carolyn I 4 i -, " If X f . .Q XX - . IAS' ' vu i Ziegler, Benny Q qqmdzgnl - 'ii Pharm' :mf '72 I ' ix. for ,he azwffzble 5' i I folfozfirzgg Boyd, jim Papania, David Bryant, Delma Goulas, Terry Harrington, jim jones. Betty McCauley, Clyde Poulson, jess Pyle. Kenneth Read. jo Ann Smith. Robert Thompson, Thomas I 25 'D I I Q-S X it I 'llaly U1 FP J F Q X A6 , 9 -X-f ,h wx Tw ff W f DJ X K b f? I , 1 ., ,n' A " N XW 45 Q-. . - 17 ' 1 W f we tm J ' ' ,ar D .im ' 1 K -0 in f' an ., I 3 I .sQb.' 4K I, yt 65' f- i f it' Y C3 1 A if ii I 415 Miles, jack Nicholson, Macie Frerhmafz 5 ff1f0f' l28 I4 A 49 . W Y-1 -CV N I If . Q... , ,V D r 4 N r' I X I fo li: - .1 f-67? J Perdue, Nelda Senior student council Hurnliiii, Betty flmfm' Burnlin, Mike Sofzlmfffffw Davis. Dell fmzmr' Davis, Diane Swzrm' Gibson, Tr.1x'i5 Iirwlwzafz johnson, jeri 5 0 ply mlm re Hardy, Patricia Sflpbozzlow lelemmenway, Barbara Senior Lang, Byron F?'!.'el'h77lr1II LeBlanc, Connie funior McCartney, Peggy Senior Murray, Alex Sophomore Street, james Wilson, jean Frerb man fllllfll r X -w student body officers I RANKIF MI LDI R If lt nz! RFBA XVII LIAMS 763' X' 4 2 LARRY XVARD I llc Pre ldezzf JWQ-'Q as MISS BFSS IFRGL SON Spomor REBFCCA SPARKS Seuetv x Tre zfzner IZ9 .f 1 ,J '15 ' 5... 'l . 1 A I .M 1 xg ."9'4 if X I I7 4 Q, ,' N Nix- N I , ' ' .. L .J .rx .. I Gail Sweat Vuly Huopcr Linda Lester Rita Norman 3 vox Comme I.f:Blm4 Pegg hfLClI'If1lN I..1r1x Izxymll Corhdhm we MRS. HAZEL CHAMBLESS Spllllfuf ibulldog beacon staff Left to rnght Drane Davis Douglas Brandxn Betty Johnson Dorothy Brassxeur Loretta Mlller Sonya Henson Myra Benett jerry Eagleson Mrs Hazel Chambless Mary Ellen Jones Shxrley Harvrll Bette Stampley Vrrgmxa Leonard Brllxe Cumber Gall Mamord Shirley Sponsler Janelle Boudreaux Donna Bevll co editors and sponsor 92 if 'X 4' was U X if rs g Merle Mutzbauer Mrs. Hazel Chambless Sponsor' Mary Ellen jones and jerry Eagleson. the paleffe and easel club ,M- Ni.: "Wai 2' ., lx W .. r 4 ., XI-XRXK 1? I H IN ,M -0 NX HR RODL I RN Q: Q-9 Y' 1 11111 1 1 N411 It 1 11 1 1 XI un 1 11111 Dum 1xL111111t 1 II 1 UIHN 11 1 B IIS SNIIIH L X1 1 up xx 11 1 I 14 n B 1 L11 111 11111 1 DORYLX IORD Sf IJZ161 er gs 47 ff' future nurses vw-wvuuwr H11 RE TNI RQIN OHICIRS In Kathryn W lrncr prcsndcnt Helen Llicnbs scum W n Allllb lNl V lm L Homin tx lcpurtcr rx Itngstun xpunsur ,qhwawe nu- .K -bb ret mu Damcll Arnold Vnrncllq Boutlrmux Helen Bnlu Iwnc-tts Nkootls Elml Llienbx Second rom Carolyn White Alltm Cham Vlfglhll Smith Ruth Hmtzm lass In Min Ellen Carter Ihml rom Mm Imgston Halen Ixxcnlvx Dclnru Vshxtmm hl1fllNl'l Lester IoK.1thrxn XX'1rnLr Ann Adams choral club 1 1 4 X Q 7' 'K g " gf Q Y' 1 Ev' 'ff , ,, . , iff " V ' 1 " I N ' ' fn s 11 ' I I ' 4 'M ' ' 1 lla s Q: " 'Viv , 1 Q 6 I lv i l 4 rf ' "l L . 5 ,, Sq, 1 1 I N I . 3 X 'Z f Y X. First row: Valvercla Abshire, Clara Stansbury, Janelle Boudreaux, Peggy Green, Evelyn Beck, Glenda Hardy, Perry Sill-cwootl, Bobby Theriot, D. D. Perkins, Gloria Hastings, Gail Mainortl. MVS. Cliarlene Walliarnx, Sctontl row, liilly Silmion, Marie Sturrotli. Minnie Hanley, liltlora Frlige, Kenneth Draper, lflorcntc DeCuir, Lilly Lclilant, Rclvetra Saxoy, Lyn-.la Sheffield, Vernell BOL1Lll'L'L1L1X. Thirtl row: Cirol Knolwlotlc. Mary Spcriky, Marilyn VC'are, Dorothy lirassieur, Bcnctta NX'all, Violet Knolwlock, Rhetta Slwrcr, lfloytl XY'ootltotk, Hulwrt 'I'yer, Barney Taylor. Virginia Leonartl, Mary Wil1ltCl1CllLl, Frances Patterson, Vleanene Morris, Mary Bracl-ein, Billie Farmer. Fourth row: XX'ilma Sorrell, Vfilrla Sorrell, Gwen Sclmion, Laura Spell, Ruth l-lintve, Pamella Hussey. .Io Carreker. Glcntla Fawvor. Shirley Harxill, Clmarlcs Huntlrix, Cliarlu jones, jerry Dou- tlen, R. T. Lure, Gloria King, Barbara Momley, Barbara johnson. Marilyn Lester, -Ioyce Grey. Corine Sturrork. Barbara Palmcr. K 'A in "'i Jo CARRFKER 'A .' ,Q "' 5017.11 1.i'.lde'r Q- J, il - , -44 A X 1 . if . .X Ji? f 'Z ., r Qu. - , it NELDA PERDUE Pre videnl im" 3' MARILYN LESTER l.fb!'.H'jrl?I W X MRS. CHARLENE WILLIAMS SUE SHERER Dlfeflw' Refmrlm' I 34 nederland high school pep squad . A . I " 5 . N , uns ., I , 1 , , , .D I i if ' an X, 'A' ,wk A. ,nl , - q -5 - NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADERS: Merty Hudson, Shirley Sponsler, Connie I,r-Blanc, Mascot ,Ianct Davis, Diane Davisi Pat Hardy, and It-ri johnson. First rowg Gwen Shuart, liarhara Hcinrmnunty. Matit- Nitliolson, Cilcnda liaxuor, Xclda Pc-rduc, Peggy hit- Cartm-y, -Io Etta Russell, ,Io Ann Erwin, .Ioyttf Ifayt' Sanderson. Sctond row: hfartha Hooks, lit-tty Collins, Carolyn Phillips, Ifrantt-s Hailey, Marilyn Clulptippt-r, Mary Guthrie, Barbara Alohnson, Delores Ritlivy, Norma Pratt. Third roxx: Marilyn Lcstcr, Marla Hilton, Dclorcs XX"hit, man, Gloria Hastings, Shirlcy XY'allatc, Gloria Broussard, Brenda Oswalt, Carolyn Ritketts, Mary INItCartncy. Ifourth row: Sliirlu' XY'oottrn, Elaine Structnian, litftty Smith, Illinnie Handley, Pat llroxvn, ,Io ClLlI'I'k'lil'I', Rita Norman, Norma I,cDoux, Cfarol 'I'yt'r. Ifitrth row: Ifldora Iirugu, .Iancllc Contitennc, Val Ahshirt-, Ext-lin lictlc, -luanita Ciaugli, Mary Stvriky, Charlene liahincaux. Gay Chu-nlntirg, liarhara XY'catIit'us, Sixth row: Cforinc VanAulcc-n, I-Iai'har.i Palmer, Helen Bailey, Betty Davis, Dodridgc Crt-cl, Dorthy Dean. -lam-llc Corht-llo, Gwen Gray, Dot Daxis, Seventh row: Marilyn XY'arc, Nanty Sponslt-r, Lila-nda Austin, Qlivyit- Young, Mary Kr-ishnitlc, Shclhy Vincent. Lutillu Birdwcll, Doris Moore, Sur- I,t-star, Eighth roxy: Mrs, INItNeil, Sponsor, Dell Davis, Lctitia Phillips, Kathleen Mudd, lititty Iiurnfin, Iircda Rohinson. I,ouiSc Hunt, Beverly Hanks, Mrs. Bushnell, Sponsor, 'Ur LIBBIE BETTY DELI. FREDA MRS. McNEIL MRS. BUSHNELL SMITH BVRNFIN DAVIS ROBINSON Spmifmf P""'I0JU1f Vive PVC ffdwit Sz t'I't'ftH'1 Tr'4'i1,f11rr 1' I 1 QQ 0 wi First row: Nami' Adainsun, Ciwnnic I,cBl.1ni. Miss Lung. BL1I'Fl.lI'.1 HL-iiiiiicrimiy. Myra Bcnnctt Sammi! rim, Clmrlcx Priir, Mary blcincx. Chu-ri SiYL1.1I'f. lfliiivr Rlimic. 'llliiixl rim: Chnl Sxwdt B.1i'iv.1i'.i Virumt. Dixie' LDiiu.1i-n. l5.ii'hii'.i CQ.ii'i'iml, Fiiuitlm rim: IJUniI'ixi4!L' 1 im-I. Riwiu-i't Xin-xxiwclincr Pcggx lNfLCf.ii'tnry. C.li.ii'Iu li.lU!'l.l. lfifrh rim: wluhn 'I'ciri', lfiixnirii liiwmri, ,l.xim-N Ciluimn, B4-tty Burnfin,Sixr1i mw: Alu :xIlII'l'.ly. C..ii'iiI Hcnwn. XY'ilm,i C,ukLi', Cilcriiia Aiixtin. , 7 .I Q tuziz-11:14 X 1 OFFICERS: Barham Hciiiiiicnxmy, Prcsidcnt2'Elmcr Rhmic. First Vim' Prcxiilcntg Clmrlcs Print Scwnd Vue Prcxii!cnt1,Gxxcn Shuiirt, Exciutiw Scirct.ai'yg Mym Hn-nm-tt, Cwrirspivnding Surctnry Cjwnniu I.cI5I.im. 'l4I'C.lSUI'4'VQ N.imy Addinwn, Rqpiim-rL Misx Lung library c ub ..a...- q. ,-.- ex rm x In Ifttx Russell re U k K L l lfll L XXL YU l l lx Ann Sluxmm DIXIQ. Campbell Char em un Stlmnl Nwrwu Mmm mxx L ul Mumrl L 11 1 Hit n Ann l lmx lx irtn Huw lou th roxx d Il'1LiLlX u mx l mm n K ML1rmcx lxtth ruxx IoAnn Kerme x Xllfllll bplttlnr XX lmll l :stun C mmlxn Plnllxps llrx L xx Bam Dun Izrlnm Spurlml-l lxathlecn Ixu lrolxn ulxatx mu lxux Six rc Snnxx Hanson lntmx Plullnp Dclmu Xxlllflllifl Birbam Hcmmfn Cyxxcn Sllkllfl Sugnth mxx xx xx llglw V all Howpcr th mxx LLL longs Ronmu lorcmm 1 XVP' R lorcmln Social Lculgr Iuxtu Phi S Dclqqtu to Ixbrarx Conxcmxon Io Ruxscll Sonya I-lemon. Cmmlxn Rukntts Mrs Nellun Nflflxll In Ann Sherman and C ucrs cvnnln Vim Pruulpnt Nunyx Henson l"'llNIOfllI'l Clmlxn Rn ctti ' art CL bxxcn bhuirt Pxunlmt Ch zrle ILIUX m lilbxnuux llusuxcx bxxcn bm girls' intramural sports XX Q I f - -5 1 .5 'A W X If 'Q ' 'Q Q xl 'x J X MARY LOIS JO EVELYN BEI lY GWEN Gl'THRlE HARRIS CARRIKER BITRNFIN GRAY Prefidwiz Vire Preridenl Senetarg Treaiurer Repfmg, ' v 'Ga - . V , -2 0 0 . '- W .2 , . .A .9 1' . A., ,tp J 1 . it I MRs.BoBBiE isi'sHNELL SJHHIIUY .tunmf x I38 Ig .A L1 First row: Marilyn Culpepper, Corine VanAuken, Glenda Fawvor, Dorothy Davis, Carol Patillo, Gwen Gray. Betty Burnfin. Mary Joyce Guthrie. Jo Carrelcerl Beverly Hanks. Jutly Thompson. Shirley Sponslor, Diane Davis. Connie LeBlanc. Secontl row: Dorothy Dean, lfrankie ML-ltler. Glenda Sorrels. Rebecca Sparks. Brenda Oswalt. Shirley NX"allace. Gay Greenberg. Linda Wilson. Frances Mayers. Wlanila Euston, Jeri Johnson. Pat Hartly. Carolyn Knowles. Frances Hailey. Nlrs. Bohhie Bushnell, sponsor. Third row: Sonya Henson. Carolyn Ricketts. Helen Hailey. Marilyn Knowles. Merry Hutlson. Dell Davis. Shanna Smith. Jo Etta Russell. Norma Pratt. Earlene Spurlock. Janie O'Neil. Mary Thompson. Fourth row: Norma Brassieur. Peggy Mt- Cartney. Barbara Hemmenway. Macie Nicholson. Nc-ltla Perdue. Phyllis Davis. Carol Tycr, Janelle Corhc-llo. Norma l.eDoux. Carolyn Phillips, Billie Jean Earmer. Joyce Young. Fifth rowg Letitia Phillips. Sylvia Dean. Delores XX'hitman. Mary Jones. Ann Atlams, Mary Brackin. Shirley Harvill, Lihhie Smith. Joyce Grey, Evelyn McElvain. lfretla Rohinson. Elaine Strectman. Sixth row: Cynthia Cuccia, Genell Concienne. Elclora Fruge. Juanita Gaugh, Val Ahsliirc. Evelyn Beck. Dorothy Brassieur. Shelby Vincent. Rita Norman, XX'ancla Zeigler. Jo Ann Cates, Nancy Adamson. Pat Brown. 1 the esquires I so .3 Frrst row Glen Sanderson Kenny Krmler Roger Rrenstra Herbert Atkrns Bvron Lang jack es Dun Chrntller Aron 1 x 41 ert rexxuerner nes s 'lrurs C lhsnn e C1 mteher L1 1n Belt XX une 9 ers nt 'Ihnl rc Bohhx Hehert Arthur New 1111n Doug Crr ton II es 41111 xx t e or 1 rn hflke Rite 1 L 111 Nioslex 11n 1 111 1 mx The ESQUIRIS IS .lI1 OI'gJI1ILlfIOl1 formed hs the boys rn Mrs lores frrst perrod Soerrl Qerenee elrss The tluh meets euh Irrdty tt the trrst ot the perrod The pur uose ot the elub urs QI to promote the ircshmm elrss both 5Cl1Oll5flClHy 1nd soemlly to promote 1 hetter relxtronshrp between the students 1nd the tuultx and Q5 to help the memhers 1 1111 1 better knoxxledge ot prrhrmentrry protedure The Clubs motto rs Horrr sort qur H1115 pcnse vshreh translated trom lreneh means Ixrl to hrm who exrl thrnks The elub s eolors rre prnls md blrels The Esqurres Isrrtrerprteel rn IXIII ertts on Honors D11 md other rpproprrrte oeeasrons Guest spefrlsers were rm rted to speak 1t some ot the meetrngs Members serxrng IS presrdent of the eluh were Roger Rrenstrr three terms Byron Llng one term Herbert Adkrns tvso terms One tull term of ottree rs sur weeks L 4 I A I Nl, " . 0 I .. A 45,1 1-:ag ', 1 I , , :- "" -X. 1 ' . , I ,f , ' 4 4 i . ' . 121- 'L 'I ' . X . . sk Mil 1 1 '. S- tl 'nrt R h-' NV ' -I 1.11 " Gle'11,t1n, '1 it 'P' . . Pct' I ' A , J I ' . V' ' Il-1'.1 . ' "L '1w: I' ' -Q ' ' 1 7 . . j rf . .lark Hyatt. Ch. 'l- C1 i 'int 'I111111111' l5.1 h -I . ISKIQQLTIL' I51'n11ss111'J. B11 Iiewl' . A" at rltf '. Mrs, Ifore-. Spunsuri CQh.11les H.lIlI1.l. XYesley' ,I11r1es. ljxerett l.1tel1fieltI. Brll limrml. J. XY. Srpulc. 1.0 I 1 J .Ir I 1,4 LlXiL'I'L', D1 jl U. ll .111 QZH '. ' ' 4' S' ' " A. fi ' 41' . . r s - ,K ' K . . , 1 . 1 l l 'K , 1 - . I lfirst rim: lexie Savoy. Llelba Patin, lvlary Kieschnick. Shirley Chaisson. -leginettc l,isc-nby. Louise Smith. .luhree liirdwell. -Iudy Tliompson. Setond row: ,lc-.inelle Arsemc-nt. Dodridge Creel. lfrtith lhompson. Norma Pratt. C.hai'lene liabineaux. Phyllis Davis, ,lo lftta Russell, Carolyn Phillips. Third row: Lucille Vickers. Pamela Hussey. ,lane Grey. XX'anda lfuston. lietky Sparks. Ciarol Knoblotk. Sue Lester. Carol Stillev. Glenda Sorrcls. lfourth row: Marie Sturrotk. .loyte Grey, Corine VanAuken. ,loan Stewart, BIIAN. lfore. sponsorg Norma liiaswicur. lfailinc Lhaisson. Dot Dean, liettv Waller. Betty Collins. Margaret Pousson. lfula Miixxx ell. THE FRESHMAN CAREER GIRLS have many aims or purposes. XVe practice using parliamentary procedure and have gained much through experience. We have a weekly meeting every Friday, sometimes called extra meetings. Wfe have planned and had parties. learned muah. and have gained recognition comparable to other school activities and even when working, had fun. XVe elected officers at the end ol' each six weeks period. We have learned how to speak before a group of people and how to grow socially. We have, with the help of the other four social science clubs, had charge of-school assemblies. XY'e have surely enjoyed this club, and we have worked hard to make and keep it the club it is. We have had forty-two members enrolled and three dropped. Our club has taught us the main purpose of any club: "how to grow socially '." F df' V 'I First row: Mrs. Fore. Norma I.eDoux. Gloria Hastings. Leticia VC'inberg. Carol Patillo. Linda Wfilson. Shirley Gehrels, Xwillemina Harmsen. Second row: Brenda DeVenzio. Annabeth Toler. Carol Tyer, Gay Greenberg. Shanna Smith, Barbara YX'eathers. Mary McCartney. Ann Richardson. Theresa Ciuitlry Third row: Annette ldlllllk. Paula Hill. Dorothy Davis. Jeanette Morris. Brenda Bass, Brenda Oswalt. Gloria Broussard. Judith Hanks. Mary XX"hitehead, Frances Mayors, .Martha Hooks. Fourth row: Carolyn Hudson. Carolyn Haynes, Bette Davis. Barbara Lewis, Mary Hender- son. lma Sturrotlc. Doris hfoore. Joyce Santlcrson. Margaret Freeman. Janine Claerry. On September 17. 1954. Mrs. Mary Louise Fore's fifth period social science class was organized into a club called the UFORTY-ONE G's." Pink and gray were the colors chosen by the class. and "Not at the top. but climbing" was the motto. lN1argaret Freeman. Joyce Sanderson, Linda Wilson, Leticia Wfinberg, and Brenda DeVenzio are past presidents. The vice presidents have been Mary McCartney, Linda XY'ilson, Leticia Wfinberg, and Shirley Wallrxce. The past secretaries were Joyce Sanderson, Norma Le- Doux. Gay Greenburg. Margaret Freeman, and Mary McCartney, Norma LeDoux. Leticia Winberg, Annabeth Toler. and Jeanette Morris were treasurers. Reporters have been Annette I-Iintze, Brenda DeVenzio. Shanna Smith, Linda XY'ilson, and Shirley Gehrels. Sergeants-at-arms have been Gloria Broussard, Dorothy Davis. Doris Moore. Norma LeDoux, and Brenda Oswalt. At Easter time we gave Easter baskets to the crippled children. During the year we participated on all freshman assembly programs, in the Pilot Sweetheart assemhly. both honor days. and the Freshman Orientation Day. O I' I' O fl 9 1 S l4l nederlond high school concert bond FS F55 First row: Mary Thompson. james Gleason. Barbara Vincent, Gail Sweat. Margie Harris, Wanda Ryman. Diane Arsement. Charles Goodwin. Mary Thompson. Ruhy Sheffield. Second row: james Martin. Linda Lester. Linda XX'ilson. liarhara Carrol, Carolyn Youngblood. Marilyn Knowles, Volz Hooper. Beverly Stevens, Beverly Simms, Carolyn XX'l1ite, Pat Guillot. lma Sturroek. Letitia Wanberg. Third row: Larry Fuller. Aileen Choate. Nona Broque. janelle Arsement. Barhara Lewis. Xlfillemina Harmsen. Gay l.aPoint, Carol Henson. Rlietta Sherer, Carolyn Hudson. Lucille Vickers, Mary XY'hiteliead. janite Cherry, jane Grey. Fourth row: Charles Hendrix. Carolyn Knowles. joe Xlfoodward. johnny Rirhey. Myra Bennett. jackie james. Tommy Thompson, Leroy Beagle. jimmy Sheffield. Lynda Sheffield. jack Miles, Patsy johnson, Mollie XX'alsh. E. V. NX'indham. Glenda Hardy, Mary Carter. john Lamhert, Gwen Stliion. lfitth row: Margaret Leysath. Elmer Rhode, XX'ilma Sorrell. XlC'ilda Sorrell. Virginia Newtomh. Roger Rienstra. Pete Hudson. Byron Rienstra. XX"esley jones, Edward Brown, Garland Robins. joe Epps. Cole Wfilliams. Alex Murray, Darnell Arnold, Laura Spell. Patsy l-Iemmenway. Arthur Newman. 'Suv-Q "' Us MR. JACK SWEENEY, Sporrrof .aim lf. iSSlfg'f?i 1- ,, Q E241 Q nw, 75? 2 'HQ Q- rg: .sm-' ' 1'-vg1iJr'i- ws fn: SL n.h.s. band personnel 'lames Marlin Cfzfimm, iflfl-5111141 Bam! illnzlbw' jimmy Slielilielnl lflfif l.14'nIw1i1Nl -loe Xvoorlwarel Fir-1 l.1i'1ftw1i1111 Gail Sweat Siwnnf Lnflrli mm! lilmer Rhode Q1mr!w'n1i:iIw'. Slmfi 711 Cm.wf11i'lfn' Norman Dennis flrifilinlt Q1zi11'fi'1'm.1iIr r. lilflf 1711 fiffm Cfnfli il llIvII?7Ik'7'. Bmw Scpxlrl Wesley Jones xlv vilfzlflf Q1f.1f'Iw'rm1i!i r Edward Brown xlrfiffizfzt Q1ri1r'1w'111i1ilu' Garland Rolwlwins Air flffzllll Q1fi11'tw'n1i1i1i r Betty Sweat l.ihf'.1rm1z Cliarles Price A fiflffzlllf l.f!um'n1z1 Cliarles Hendrix Sllnfwft Cmnf11i'Io1'. Isfflf l7.fz'f-mfr Carlin! ll H1 mfr. Bm if Safxlrf Linda Wilson lfniit Illiixvmn C07lIL',1I ll'-IIHIAV. Cliavvriil Qniiml Marilvn Knowles Firirl fbffimfz Cmzluf ll"n1m'v', Cilrlfliltl Qmzrfil Carolvn Yoiinglwloorl FIM! l7izf.fim1 C411 view! llUHI7Iz1', Cfiu'1m'I Qmn'!e'I Pat Guillot Firirf Illrirmvl Crzfzlwf llHf7IlIL'7'. Cfizrzmfl Dirlfmzl Carolyn Knowles Iiiril IJIIIJHIU llpnzmfr, Bmw Si'xIe'I Lynda Slieffielel Fifift Diriiiwz ll"f7I71t'1'. Bm.ffSv.r1if1 Linda Lester Firirl l7i1'i.rjm1 Cuzzlwr llHlN'Ul'f'. Plrlflll Byron Rienstra Fjflf Df7'f,ff0ll ll"1f111w'. Bmw Sure! Gwen Scliion Fin! DiZ'l.fl07I u,vfll7Il'?', Bran Srhvrfl CP CI-I MxXRLiIli HARRIS i S112 SHERIQR O f 9 f f 9 S J' 195 9 f, .Sa ,M KAY V,'X'YCI,liVIi D.'XRNIfI.I. ARNK PLD drum major marching band X ? 'X'lx1 - ruby sheffield gi 1 L x X f KAY VAXLLIZVIZ Yxkgl, 3, ,'L'SiLlL'Flf V Vim Prcsncnt wn'1lL Smxx'n4 'ure' " i x N 1 L A XI 1.14 54 F1rSt row johnny Mapaluw Wfnnc Plc-aunt Bxllx Hxnkman kenneth Haxnu hm XX1ll1e onlld Broun un cVr1Ls c IU uuxxu mom mu x use ll nn Ru x Dona K cnncz ju Poulson I1 zu Hmdlu vhn Bplt n H mm, my IIN 1 1 mn Calm x 1 1 n u lc cw um Hi L unu Bulu Thlfi nm XX um lnlxulns, luthar Hu mu 1 un 1 L n mm s 0 nm 1 14 ur L 0 4 Ml R uwn Ill Dougl is K r lfton f Let to rnzht Dvn C nl leon Cxmpbell Donald Carroll Ruvell Brent C len Qxhlu Ccrtltl Cmtelmun Ftlxmrl C nh Munn Cmtu Bolwlu Hxntllu Bxllx Pcnnmgton Dnnlll Mmms Fl var Antlruu Rmxlzntl Dcrmtn Dum, ll tthcr D rrnll Rulurti C rx lh tr l D urrrtlx use sl n lm: stru 1 tl Left to right Hanes Capel john 'Ierrx lohnm Mataluso John Home Don Rlthards Wrllmm Alelerxdgc D0n1ltlNorton Iuthor Holmes Robert Prestrrdge C1rlG1new Gene lfrancr latlut Roy john Hlffli loc Dila Fpps Alu Pmxcll lrmce Barley Normln Cites Sttntlmg Mrs l'orC Sponsor Icrm Bugle Cnrlmtl Rml'wl'w1nQ lrank Herrxng Ihose Standing ierwetl .as offlcers I48 boys forum freshman malehall c ub ' Q 0 .D V ' 5 ' N' 1 A . f V 1 I ' ' Z islx . 5 , f Q 1 t Q.. . , ,Q . A . -. 9 Q sf. 3. . . 1 '. t 2" , V' l. '. v' . ' I' ' 'A' . xt .V it- '-tl '. ' -. jie q .1 A ldl'-4LlLlC',v. .Q. Standing: Mrs. lfnrc. Spunwrg klames Street. Rnlwert Richey. XY'ill1ur Oxcrstreet. .lerry Langford. Th f ' f Li xl K ' -'tl . N 0fhCl'l'N. P ,- 5 . : -.4 ' o ' . - J A If . V H 5 Rik . Kg""" 'Nh-:rn-1 5 'G" ci f tb Y . 3.3.-If 'rV1?!XxRil-fjlxf Q I l ff X 1 Q- fQXf x I 'f' ' 1e. 9 " E ' '1 nun... 70 lx Nl , In freshman class officers IM .ull ,,',' MARCQARITI' VRIZIIMAN lfnn Pu , l9I.I1NN SAXDITRQOX ,SQwQ,',w, Qllf.-XNIfI.I. ARSIfMIfN'I Tw 1 :ww HIANIIN CQLIZ.-KNOX Swf It ,-.11 MAY CVRIQIZNISURCL Rctw,,',- ROGER RIENSTRA .4-f s. Adlil ms, Ha-rlw cr! Aldridge, ulflllllillll Amlrcws, lfdw A ,- fr . JI rd rscmcnt . ,lcancllc Hlllil-Fl ' ' 8 claS5 of 5 f d 4 ' l r , -rx rl Q q- 6 Q . A - w .. F, 'N -9 W N -A f caux, Cflmrlcrlc' ' vga - f ' ' T4 X ' - . . - - x ' I Y I x Mx X Wh Hailcy, james Bass, Hrc-nd41 . X , ". -I 'T , , h Hatclzc-Inf, 'lkunnly' .Arn V - ,X "' 'I P' ,I 5 Beagle. Lcmy -3 "' If ' ' - Ag' Bc-ard, Billy n , Q ' A Q: S , I X I I,-.A . - h :' xwmg ,F fl., V ' ,P A-1 J, 1 JI A , y -, ,,-f , ' A -k 'I Belt, john . ' W Berlin, Wfllliam , - , V 1' 6 76 Birdwell, jullrc-c " f? 'Q Av. Q -A - ll ca Bmsslc-ur. Norma if iff- V ' 'W 1 l 'I Brent, Russell ' X x X W, Y x 'frx t 'f ' '5 1 Y a . :':' 53 -' X V' - "' f' .wi .-W X l 4 ll V r 'K ff, I-. X'r MJ' f ' I-i?"q"'x if 12 NW B1'uuSS3rd' Emflil 'rd 4 Brullss-I ll 'Leon D fn f2:1r115h'i-lzlrvcy 735 if -1 rf. ' "" 7 f K ' T 3 Wg, ,a 'A X Qmla f . '-1 " fi . A gin- 1 , Q ,X Ii 3 f -r c.aSf'U'Ql,f,na.f1 , X , Cgtflsv ' 3 llnt' Y X 5, . Lilf xx 5 K Clmlson, qhirlcy TT pl 'Ai Chlllsonh' L Donald 0 f' ll Chandllf' ' . - l 'I' 9 -Q7 . f' Q "ix IC? gt' my ff Q "9 , i .. in X Cherry. Coates' Blfh' - , Mins, C 3 .11 . I -ey. Co b HO -layni S Q , ,, C mf 9 ' v 21 ,. A . Cifafwn' Doug ffl. -' . .x -' ' 'el . 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Moorer, Doris l ,r J , lv , N ei XX 1 ' xt, t I hi X Morris, Jeanette Mosely, Leon Newman, Arthur Niewoehner, Robert Norton, Donald l53 freshmen e0da , xr,B' -ybuw OW iarstreel' wx X OV . Caifo Q, . , Richey, Robert Rienstra, Roger Robbins, Garland Roberts, Darrell Roy, jackie Russell, joetta Sanderson, Glen Sanderson, Joyce Savoy, Texie joe Sibley, Glen Simmons, Shirley Sims, Donald Sipole, J. W. Smith, Louise Smith, Shanna Sorrell, Glenda Sparks, Rebecca Spurlock, Earline Stilley, Carrol Street, james v- ar 1 1 , :B-?iv'lig'2 ullOs b Pimxn, Melo? Bm Pennmgt Pevelof DOEQTIOWH PMWPS' wvavfle eaSant M r 3 P00909 PO, eu Noim bert ti Ro Pfaipmdgfes S uiffe Mx C lxii ld Riiihard Dona 9' hs 'F lg w i. , ,ge-f 3: ,. -'Sf' Yr 1 px ' a s fe , Alex a ' 1 P ' -D' , . 'k Q , ' 1 in, - , , S ZQCQT 'F' if if Q I . y Y 1 K y I. l ww. ,, x - ef ' S' " ,-vgkgffi' , 1 A gy. -'lr xi.. I 2' Clie: 4 3 1 I1 C r lwn cc cr PV: In wg 'ffl rf? 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'-.M QM FV t sv 9 A, Q. - cr, 'L I ' 5: - 1 , 1 , V A , . 7' ' ' F- 33 W0 X VY my 4' 32.2-ale exif in 4 ' O tltnvs I 0. D .aj A 0. K ' Il W9 g F ' 5 9 . :I r 4' I . I 1l5tx r r IR Q X, inf? Q' 'Q X Q 'mo I 5 K ll U 14 I . lui nl N 5 A 4 IJ Q A . u I va 1 . . If ll' v 1 U f -19 WH ,T 1 fx A, . ,- A. ,Q , Q ' , i 3. ' . ' , K1 ih'g',sfMp , 'z .Wi sfa 1gQ:"'ffN-at ff? 3 - sc-L' " H 'K ff ' +1 "Y' f"wi"' Qfm1 4 ,L11i1.' Q .lg -, . 4 Www . - 1 ' 190' N 1 'fs . ff ,Q l ' x ,Q ,C x, ry' Ad. - 1015?-lf: L 'ff:? 2:::::535 'S' ,ix october , . . h.id .is its highlights Nederlands victory oxer Port Neches .ind our wet .ind dreary but triumphant Homeuoming. Homecoming .lttivities intluded .1 hu rc bonfire at whith le "Miss l:l.1ITlCl' was rrowned and L1 dance in the 'vm followin' the time honorinv the 5-. 3- fl 5- lfootball Sweetheirt .ind the Duthesses. A parade before the game was another out- standing .rgtivity Above: jo Cairreker "Miss Flame" throws on the torch that lights the bonfire. Left: The "Miss Flame" randi' dates. Maiorettes posing at the Home- coming game with corsages given them by the band. I60 The Sweetheart and Duchesses re- ceiving gifts and congratulations. The Cheerleaders were presented corsages of chrysanthemums by Pep Squad President. Libbie Smith during Homecoming Cere- monies. Football Sweetheart. Dolores Rithey, with school board member. Mr. Roger Eisenman, and escort, jimmy McElwee. november . . . .md t'ooth.1ll gamcs, honliircs, pep r.1llics still hcld thc spotlight, The Bull- dogs captured thc Distritt and Bi-Distritt championships. lfr.1nt'cs Puttcrson was elcrtutl from tt-ii lovely young ladies to rcprcscnt Nederland in the ZSAA Swcct- hciirt Contest. l'ppcr It-ft: 'l'hc l..llWl.lfQLlC Tiger was roasted on goal posts .it gi honfirc on 'l'lmnksgiving night. Ccntcr ltftz lfoothiill playcrs singing the sthool song from their plum- of honor on thc fire truck. Lowa-r left: lfour of our star gridstcrs, Ray- mond, Larry. D, D.. and Ronnie leading a yell at thc bonfire, Lower right: Students paying their last respects to the pool ol' l.'iiMarque Tiger! Burnt tht- Tigcrsf lit-.tt tht- Tigcrsl licat 'cm black and hlucf Ng Frances Patterson, vnculist, was elected as the N. H. S. candidate for ZRAA Sweetheart on thc basis of tatlcnt. beauty. poise, personality. and posture. Below, left to right: Three of thc candidates, Gail Mainord Mary Joyce Guthrie. and Libbie Smith. 0 .... mtl tuotlmtll w.1s still king. The Bulldogs won the Regional crown and wont on to thc st.1te qtmrtcrtinuls. The Sweetheart of District ZSAA was trownctl in thc N. H. S. gym after 21 beauty and talent contest. Lt-ft: Stutlcnty who p.1i'titip.itctl in thc ptp inilly over KPAC in Port Arthur. Bclow: Un the .Air .it KPAC. it Below Prmtipal Dalton Moor: congratulating Pelou Mike Burnfin .md Jeri johnson presenting a Chxrlotte Boudreaux Suctthmrt of District voAA good sptnrtxminship token to Frcer High representa from Port Acres tives F l::::' ,,,,..,..-, -..- Above: A scene from the Christmas program presented by the Choral class. Left: A real friend of N. H. S. students. Gordon Baxter, who arranged a pep rally for us on hin radio program. It Below: A scene from the downtown pep rally before the Freer game, 'V' Jar Left: Student Council members before leaving to carry the baskets of food from the student body to the recipients. , february . . . was .1 busy month for everybotly .ind .1 lot of fun tool Money. mont-1' , money w.1s the most important thing for . 1 whole week. High- lights ot' the money-making L1IIDPJ.lgIlS for the .innual were the .ls- semblies presented by Ctlfgll 1'l.1ss. Ciliniaxing the week of lhlfkl work was the .lI1IlLl.ll Valentine Ball tlllkl the crowning of the King and Queen ot, lle.1rts, eluted by pop11l.1r vote, .mtl the Pilot Sweetheart, elected by penny vote. Above: Nfuking like Samson i1n1l Dc- lil41h .tru Margie 11n1l Perty. on the iuniors' "l,ox'crs Through the Ages" prognim, Right: S.1n1lr11 Brown sophomore program. was Ll scream on the ,ff 4. ' 1 an Aboxe: Donultl Adkins .intl Ryman portray lHL'xllLtX.ll lovers iunior nsseiiihly, Left: Blzukfrices und :1 womanless we-tltling were the outstantling fciittircs of the fresh- man assembly. 8,1 .ii , 1 wx fi -... XY'.1nd11 on the ,S kr., F 'Sf 4 935' gn. ' ,w-f -PV W:- 1 ' 1 I 1 f xg: l , if Qi. 23: .ll Qu. . E 1 , 'JN 'i W' I N la Q' B' 591 0- Nfl J -MUN! 5- l S . if i' xv W--4 , A . march . . . XYJS wilil .mel woolly when liroii- tier Dax' was lielil on the lSlli. Allie selection ot' Gay XY'inters .is Beiioim Beauty xxpis .iimoumeil iii .i noon .is- semlwly by Bulldog Beieoii Co-eilitor. jerry lfaglesou. Ciiireer Day .mel Col- lege Representltixes' Day were lwig sueeesses elue to the efforts of Miss Bobsie lferguson .md her sruelent help- ers. 4 ,J v Rigliti lfroin he-rc it looks its if Mary ,Ioytc is gonna' win. A J. 'ST' n 'F I , lx ..,-.L - g-Qs gf-V fl ifiiiif , 2,2 .. .- ..Qing-Lv , 'a ,.. A- rne ookx xv' out, jcainicf Th F.-1 -I Above: Sheriff Luce keeps 41 watclifiil eye on the stockade. Right: Lee Alton, Clarence and jim being sworn as loyal deputies to uphold law and order at N.H.S. on Frontier Day. ...--"""' .sf ,qui Y E Above: The Cheer- Above: Betty presents atoken of th.1nks to the iunior spon- SUFS. sthool s 0 n g and Auld l..lI1L2I Sync. iq!!! l Above: Gwen and R. T. were Prom lfrrvoritm. april . . . and the seniors were honored by the juniors at the Harvest Club in Beaumont. The occassion was the junior-Senior Prom. The seniors got a holiday from school when they trckked to Lake Tejes for their annual picnic. Below: As usual Wandas mouth is full. BCl0Wi Sib is acting up again. 'U T7 'H I leaders leading the I1-fr: 'Hu wffiwr! r.1hlu. i Luft: Wlandgl .md hor' Jute- pow fur ,- jackie. ary! Alwvc: Xmwlwdy' cvcr' .r:ut'tircd. !.vf't' F1-:nimg tlu' Apu. I73 6 3 l n . MM: Ahme: Miss Bobsie Ferguson, who introelueeel Hunurs Day Ahiwe: A scene from the Senior Play. Dear Diary. whith was to us presents an awartl to Betty liurnfin and l..u'ry XY'.u'tl. rlirerted hy Mrs. C. I.. liuslmell. may . . . marked the thircl annual Honors Day and the thirty-third annual Com- mencement excreises. The Senior Play was also presented in May. Below-The Senior Play east. left to right. standing: Glenda lfawvor. blames Martin, Barbara Hemmemway. Gwen Gray, ,Iuyte Sehafer. -lerry Eaglesun. Gwen Sliuart, XY'anda Zeigler, Nelda Perdue, Mrs. Bushnell, Seated: Lihhie Smith. Charles Hendrix, Dulures Riehey. B. H. 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THOMAS o Beaumont Texas PHONE 487l I V. G Hmote Dual 2-026l C T. HIn0fe HINOTE ELECTRIC COMPANY Electrical Contractors College at Ave B Beaumont Texas Congratulatuons Compliment, I'OfT1 GARDNER s LEWIS FOOD STORE BUILDER s SUPPLY Nederland Texas Nederland Texas an-'ff-9 Lal' Muslc News Sports -I KOLE N57 9 MILLER ELECTRIC coMPANY MARGUERWE 5 DAY OR NIGHT DIAL 484I BEAUTY SHOP o pI CHENIER BUSINESS 84 RADIO COLLEGE 'i ""i. 'Q PH I LPOTT MOTORS dD P 4 - - I34O on Every Radio Dial . Con rafulafions, Seniors CompIimen'rs of I Confracfing and Repairing Nederland, Texas Nederland, Texas C m imenis of , lu.. L I , , mug, , , 'A' , H ' Your Midcoun+y For eaIer Beaumont Texas ' IYOHG 830 COMPLIMENTS GEO C VAUGHN 81 SONS Wholesale Bulldmg Maternal Jobbers NEDERLAND TEXAS Wholesalers Only TELEPHONES Beaumonf Nederland POTI AVTITUI' 43309 4374 44l4I CURETON 8: SON SERVICE STATION Nederland Ave and 22nd SI' Spec alzng In Radlafor Repairs Phone 5354 Nederland Texas Road Service PIC UM AND PAC UM Your Drive In Food Sfore PORT NECHES BRIDGE CITY Seven Days a Weelc VAN S FLORIST D 3I I5 'S ge' Corsages Weddings A., Bouquefs Funerals Pol and Bedding Planfs II25 FRANKLIN Nederland Texas Z W Mrs L Van Marlon Owner MODEL CAFE 535 Twin Clfy Hwy Nederlands Convemenf Eahng Place PHONE 8074 Specualuzmg In Good Food Mr and Mrs Andrews Managers I8I OF Q s WLBP - - I' I ii ' I ' '. " Gpeh 6 IO P.IV1. ial f 'P ' Complimenfs of ANGELL'S USED CARS Auro LOAN XXX, I bfh S+ Ph 29476 Beaumonf, Texas Serving fhe Women of Hue Sabine Area Look a+ Whaf I Goi' Complumen+s PAULS SHOES INC House of Beauhful Shoes BEAUMONT TEXAS lm a Plam ole Counfry Gal H A HOOKS Plumbmg Service DIAL 494I 320 I2+h S+ Nederland Mr and Ms H A Hooks O ers if Ela ne S+ eel R+ N man V Hz Hooper I nd L d Les'I'e San CHAS S NACOL TI'1e Resl of Your Days Depends on +I'1e Resl' of Your Nlghfs Comphmems of See BLUE BONNET I:lrS'I' DALLAS WILLIAMS I ey L3 IM" Teas FURNITURE COMPANY fi? Iv J FREE DEL ERY Co ne of TI1 m s a d H s on Beaumonll Texas SLUMBER NO 3277! Compllmenfs of WHALPLAY S JEWELRY CompIumen'I's of GRIFFIN S MEN S WEAR Nederland Texas Nederland Texas Y . K, v ' x If 4 1 W 5 -. ' A A '. X I , , X 'K , I e lx ln I ., ,L I . I r man, Ia or , o I Gail 4Swea a In a r 'I' d "DazzIed" aI' Ihe Exquisife Arficles ai' ,. ,N -1 A 5 Wifg sf , T " " ' L. ?, E1 I Por ur, x ,T 2: Q5 ,, n I-J . I r r o a n oul' I C I . Q ig I I I THE FAIR Jewelry Jewels of Splendor Gnurs fo Fl? a Oueen fi U Welcome Teenagers DRAKES NO Z Ch clcen Shr mp and Open Trouf S nd ches GOOD FOOD Nederland Ave CompIlmen+s of MAU RIC E X Florusi' I yy W NEDERLAND Bosfon Sf ee? Dal 4942 COMPLIMENTS Shop WIII1 Confudence BULLDOG GRILL G I I K Beaumoni' Pori' Ar+I1ur BRACKIN SERVICE STATION Washing Greasmg Radla+or Flush Franlrlm SI' and Old Bm? P+ Arilwur Hwy Dial 42 I4 Compllmen'rs PENN EY S AXWAYS F RST OUA 504 Pearl Beaumonl' Texas Compllmenfs of M eooowms 4 BLossoM sl-lop W d +h PHONE 2 324l A fh Complumen+s of GLORIA S DRESS SHOP INC 428 Procfer Ph 3 6979 Baby Face Good HOLSUM BREAD Fresh SEAPORT Has lt' Complumen+s of PAPPAS REFRIGERATION COMANY Beaumonl Texas 590 Parlc Sf Ph 4-8637 YOUMAN S INSURANCE AGENCY Real Es+a+e Loans Dual 49 I 5 Dual 865l NEDERLAND I85 L9 9 of O 47 .L I 0 U. 9 fn . ' Q L 1 1 Y! 'Aj l I ' 900 oo wor Blvd , Pori r ur. Texas K iii . I PEARL WARD, Owner E 1 I T ' I - 1 . rl. , of -' I NICHOLSON 81 VAN CLEVE General Contractors and Bulldmg Supplies Mud County Dealers o BROWN LANE CO. Compliments of 5 s I ' - -.Y' ' ff' L ' 'l 3 lflfief Q ' A CVC CVGX 1 CT- .L S -My , ,.-f' X' i ,xnggi J . l' f r N Rlfa Norman Connie LeBIanc Duane Davis Linda Lesier and Gaul Sweaf Admurmg Ihe Flnery a+ SPERIKY S DRESS SHOP Headquarfers for 'I'I1e Fmesi' In Fashions uccess to the graduohng cass Giza CompIlmen+s of JEFFERSON MUSIC CO Every'rI'1mg In Music PIANOS INSTRUMENTS MUSIC 657 Park Beaumoni' CARL'S Your Midcounfy Jewelers Porf Neches, Texas Dial 3532 Complimen+s of FlNGER'S OF BEAUMONT, INC. 4 262l OUR DAY TO DAY PRICES ARE BEAUMONTS LOWEST BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 55 From SOUTHEAST TEXAS GREAT STORE Q 551181515 ' V Tb' I47 Pearl S+ree+ Phone - 1 I i Beaumon'r's Leading Deparfmen+ S+ ..u...,. g I :ZSIZE s n -u-..,,...-u-...H 5 Z .-.-nssnnpu 00 R H s -.....-..-..... ..... 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