Nederland High School - Pilot Yearbook (Nederland, TX)

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TEXAS I956 CHARLE FOREWORD club s ness nag SONY 5 lv CONN fl LE Bl-A NC A WARD UNDA Ss 5 PRIC E CAROL Y KETTS S S GA MRS CHAMBLESS Sponsor ELAINE STREETMAN JAY 1:5 Erlvror Ns. l CAREELL O JAMES CLEA lv So orogrephe N CA Q .IEA N ,ues VYER GAIL SWEAT L 7' Y ROB MA Y May our lnves always be open books lf has been sand that a lltfle knowledge IS a dan er Th g ous :ng but True wlsdom brings Tolerance and undersfandun H h In I g IQ sc oo assocuaflons, problems, and work write The foreword of each of our books of lufe THE STAFF V -'R fx! 1 f . . 5, v . , gn S 0 7, " av ' 8, . l Ma ' as Y J N A HEN O - NEL S T Ho'70r3 l g.s .K OL , -W Cl I f. 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MCKENZIE General Science Coach ov- V X I 5 'nf' MRS. BENNIE MCNEILL Typing Shorihand ST '-u X 7- :J A Q Q.. ,, . -, MR. R. O. MEDLIN Mathematics ' 2 I X , N' W.. 'is Rx rf F-If i MISS LOIS PINSON English Spanish MR. O A PHILLIPS Coach MR. VERNON RAMKE Coach STudy Hall MRS. DELLA POOL English MISS BETTY RHODES English Business English ki' 'Z ggi' Awe. . . 233514, gg, E' ' ' OX' Y 'ni F Fl!! , ,K MR. HAROLD RODGERS Art Craffs 2-rf' RW' Iii MISS JESSIE LEE ROSS Biology MRS. YVONNE ROWE Home Economics MR. JACK SWEENY Band MRS. NELLEEN STANCIL Library 3 MR. W. E. VILHA Chemistry Physics 1 - Q-..+ " un 'Ns MR. JACK WEEREN Mechanical Drawing Shop 4, Li 'i i 3 f fi elmlflwo X ,qbaww "E I MR. HAROLD WILSON Physical Education Coach N ATN .J-9 f Cafeteria Staff MISS DEAN TRAYLOR MRS. MONTA MILES Dietician Cashier Maintenance Staff MR. BELLOWS MR- TRAHAN 'Ji !',,, TEACHERS ACTIVITIES F iv 5 4.4. vv' -- gif 42 ff? CLASS OF '56 5 ' :va 4v QQ 38 'Sf 'ire Rx: . ,Q G- .' Q ti 6 v I Il 1 1' If-. f 'H' mg, we ,, xx 4525 if 44 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS .LARRY W of-ex V 24 Vice Presidenr, SSS, L SSSS PERCY SANDERSON Secrelarye ,SSS . SSSS....7S SHIRLEY SPONSLER Treasurer, ,.EI,.E ,E.AAA,E7. J ACK HAWTHORNE Social Leader .,.,L,L ,LLL.L,L C AROLYN RICKETTS 15 Q Ive ,.,,,, 94 'Tb -nl- Yf""'N- has ABSHlRE, VALVERDA ADAMS, ANN ADAMS, BlLLY Ambition: To be 5 loygh Singer, Ambition: To do that which is impossible. Ambition: To grow tall. Swim Club lg Jr. Red Cross lg GIS 2-3, Letter English Award 2-35 Family Relations Awardg Student Council lg Basketball l-25 Bulldog- 3g Pep Squad 3-45 Choral Club 2-45 Best Typing I and ll Award 3-Ap Library Club 2-45 Beacon Editorg Senior Play Ag Football 3 Dancer Ag Class Treag, 3, Service Award 45 Pep Squad l-Al Future Trees. of Black Party 3. Nurses 2-45 GIS Press Club 2. ADAMS, MAXINE ADKINS, DONALD ALFORD, CARROLL Ambition: To manage everything well. Ambition: T0 like English, Yeah! Ambition: to make a model airplane that will Home ECO,-lomlcs Club 1.3: All Club Ai English Football 1-45 Athletic Club: Sophomore Presi. fly. Club 1.3: Baslielball 3, Junlol. Play 3, dent 2g Jr. Vice President 3, Friendliest dl Boys' pep Squad li Rod 3, Gun Club 1.4. Track 2-4. 4- 16 -9' "' . C! L Q 4. ' or f 1, V. CQ... 'Ns .ffl li ""'k'l ALPHIN, RAYMOND ANDREW, BARBARA ANSTEAO, RAYMOND Aw-Q nor' To be called "Tex " AH-bgrigrrp To live and learn ,mostly livel, Ambition' Not to be good, but good for Pep Squad l 4: GlS lg Future Homemal-aers of wmelhlng America 2, Jr Red Cross 3, Library Club le Football l-1, Atlwletla Club l,Weigl1t lifting 25 FFA, Track Q 3. S-' ex v "L" N54-0' Sr X' BMLEY, DAWD BASS, NEWELL BECK, EVELYN Amblllcmf T0 Wm two mll9S in 'NO mlf1Ul9S- Ambition: To be a good old scout in every Ambition: To be able to refuse a kiss without way, being deprived of it. Most Talented 4, Art Club 1-3, Vice President GlS 2-45 Letter 2-3, FHA 2, Choral Club 3-45 25 Spanish Club 2, Boys' Pep Squad 1, Pep Squad 3-A, 26 'vim 'uuu.,s , E .5 BENNETT, MYRA Ambition: To find better places to park. Band Honor Student lg Band I-45 Junior Red Cross5 PASF 25 Corr. Secretary 35 Spanish Club 25 Beacon Staff, Exchange Manager 35 Drama Club 45 FHA 45 Library Club Treas. 45 GIS 4. BORDONARO, KENNETH Ambition: To rate a girl with a car. Football 2-45 Baseball 2-45 Best Sense Of Humor 45 Athletic Club lg Rod and Gun Club 3. 94' .. .4-67 Bsvii, DONNA Ambition: To keep that angelic look. Swim Club lg Beacon Staff 35 Art Club 45 Pep Squad 3-45 GIS 3-45 FHA5 Jr. Red Cross l. BOUDREAUX, VERNELL Ambition: To have an introduction to the man in the moon. Future Nurses Club 2-45 Reporter 45 Social Leader 35 Choral Club 2-45 Red Cross lg Beacon Staff A. 'S- if Eys. 4554.1 x ,fn 'L A A- BIRDWELL, GERALD Ambition: Guess what! BROWN, RONALD Ambition: To be a cat-catcher Football 3-45 All District 45 Track 3-45 4 I-45 4-H Gold Star Boy 35 FFA Club 'I President 3. 3' -H Club -35 Vice BUEE, Jo ANN Ambition: To ride an elevator up and down the Empire State Biiilcting Jr. Honor Society ig Gen. Math Award lg Gen. Science Award lg Pep Squad l-27 Art Club .1- Library Club 2-15 FHA 2g Jr. Red Cross l. BURNEIN, BETTY Ambition. To learn how to put the fuzz on Angora sweaters Best All Around Girl -1, Sr. Play -ig Drama Club 45 Pep Squad l-ig Vice Pres. Pep Squad l-4g Pres. 45 Student Council l--ig Outstanding Girl 3g Student Body Sec. Qi Class Pres. 3g Girls' State Pep. 3g GIS 2--17 Treas, 3g Letter 2-35 Alumni Rep -1, B and PW Scholarship 4. ,IT at-vm. ' Q, 4. . '41-W' A "" BUTLER, BILLY JOE Ambition: To reside in a penthouse 'S' -- Z f-we 45. tn ' 'T 34 fir Z' CAMPBELL, DIXIE CATES, Jo ANN COATES, SHERMAN Ambition: To be with-? when-? where- ? Ambition: To stop saying what I think. Ambition: Not to be a bachelor Jr, Honor Society lg Pep Squad 2-45 FHA 25 Pep Squad lg Jr. Red Cross If GIS 2-3g Letter Library Club 2-dy Reading Club lg GIS 3. 28 3. x 7 1 ii B . U b ' , .XQV Tk Li 9: N fbn . yi ef "' il if! CONCIENNE, GENELL CONLEYI BERT CONNER, DALE Ambition: To twist pretzels. A,-nbiygon: To be a Chaperone in an Old ledges Ambition: To be a millionaire. GIS 1-4: Pep Squad l-45 Jr. Pilot Sweetheart Candidate 3: Wittiest Senior Girl A: Letter Girl 2: Jr, Candidate for Queens of Hearts 3: Queen of May Fete 1. Cooic, HARLON Ambition: To be a big-game hunter. N 'Yr ' home. CORBELLO, PAUL WAYNE Ambition: To honk the horn in every Ford. FFA Reporter I-2: Choral Club 4: Boys' Squad 'Ig Road Angels 3-4. Pep CUCCIA, CYNTHIA Ambition: To be a barber for bald-headed bachelors. Pep Squad I-25 GIS 3,45 Beacon Staff A: Tennis Club 2: Book Week Poster Award 4: Swim Club 1. as arm' X r.- "bee QB 3- in-ef' xg l X Curmcs, JIMMY Ambition To fly to Mars in a peanut shell. IV' DAVIS, DELL Ambition: To drink a glass of milk from the Milky Way. Cheerleader 45 Most Popular 45 Pilot Sweet- heart Candidate 45 Senior Play -15 Drama Club 45 Student Council 3--15 Class Favorite 35 Foot- ball Duchess 35 Beacon Beauty Candidate 2-35 Beacon Beauty Runner-up 3-45 GIS 2-45 Letter 35 Class Secretary l-25 Member of Black Par'ty5 Nalional Honor Society 4. nv- 'Ui DAVIS, FREDDIE fit a shoe on the foot of a Q.. YN 3 era x .Nm- 1 'bg '4- uL. 1 'U' IGN ki 'Y 8 l DAvis, NELSON DEAN, SYLVIA DEVRFESI JERRY Ambition To boil an egg on Pike's Peak. Ambition: To be a liberal economist. Ambition: Most Anyfhing- English Award 15 Pep Squad 45 GIS 3-A5 Jr. Honor Society lg FHA l-25 Jr, Red Cross Club 'Ig Perfect Attendance 2-45 Alumni Scholarship 4. "'SL 5' 'UVX 'UN vr-f ii... f' we Jn' DORSEY, SHIRLEY YUN' 95 Lila ,-L DOWDEN, HOWARD DUNAWAY PAUL Ainbififvnr TO falk mOf9- Ambirionf To make an honest living A,,,i,,,,O,, To be 5 ,Cai rexan EALY, MARTHA Ambiiion: Always to be courteous. Pep Squad 2-45 Jr. Honor Society Ig Jr. Red Cross ly Queen of Hearts lg Spanish Club Treas. 2g Jr. Candidate for "Miss Flame" 35 Art Clubg Most Couneous Senior Girl 4g Book- keeping Award 4g Business English Award 4. Gb EAST, CARL Ambition: To be just me. Am "lo" To be 5 CleV'7'5T 'W 5 TBHY EWLNG, Rovcs ERWLN, Jo ANN Ambition To be nonchalant. Ambition: To be an elevator boy in N.H.S. GIS 4, Pep Squad 3-4, Choral Club 4, Jr, Red Cross l. 4168 E 4-n..x T-f Y. FONTENOT, LLOYD Ambition: To be a man of leisure '79 f , ,iv Y X if 51 X .yi ff 12 FRUGE, ELDORA FULLER, LEON GAUGH, JUANITA TlT'bg'0": To Sell 'Ce Cfeam Cones in The Flli Ambition: To sell Fuller blushes. Ambition: To be able to control a runaway san S1 Football l-4, All-District 3-Ag Outstanding Back horse- 5W""m"'9 Club lf Jf, Red 0055 lf G'S 2-4: 4, All District Baseball 2.4, Basketball 4, swam Club lg Jr, Red cross, cus 2.4, Letter Ee"eid4f Fl? 2f Pep Sqvad 3: Choral Club 3-4: Track 3-4, vice Pfesadem 1, Kang of Haan, lp 2-45 FHA 2, Pep squad 3.4, Drama club 4 Aand' ale or Queen of Heans 45 Drama Club Student Council l-4, Vice Pres. 45 Best Person- Perfect Attendance. ' alityg Cutest Boy 4. 32 ', N ' fb,,g" ll,-L, ,yf f X ,J 44, - I nr 5 i GILBERT, BETTY GRIFFIN, JERRY GUYNES, JIMMY Ambition: To acquire a southern accent. Ambition: To explore the heights of -? Ambition: To be always happy, always cheery Anacortes, Washington: Honor Society 3, Drill Road Angels, Team 3, Girls' Club 35 FHA 3, Nederland, Texas: Drama Club A, Pep Squad 4. GUILLOTE, WILLIAM Ambition: To own his own Model-T. ' Y 1-n-I KV' Ambition: HAMMER, JAMES To be a real ship's health Art Club 2-Ag Senior Play 4, -urQ-gc HANCHETT, CAROL WAYNE FHSPECYOV. Ambition: To go to Aggielandl Weightlifting First Place Middleweight 23 American History Award 35 Hunting and Fishing cub I-2. Ervin' Civ' 01 HARRis, DE Lois Aniiiitfefs To sell tur coats in Africa. Pep Squad l, 2, 3, -1, Pilot Sweetheart -1, National Honor Society -1, Miss Flame Candi date -1, Best Sense of Humor -1, GIS 2--1, Rep, Social Leader 3, Student Council l. f Q. 'S l ,"5 99. vs . X vga-- HAWTHORNE, JACK Ambition: To be a pro football player. Freshman Favorite l, Treas. -1, Football l-4, All- District 4, All-State Honorable Mention -1, Coaches Ideal Athlete Award -1, Basketball l-3, Track l--1, df' K r' T" HAYNES, KENNETH Ambition: To own his own cattle ranch l Qs 3' lf- tit A .sis 1 L .2 -.- - VL , A 'Qi ,Q Q gitsng 5 1?--9 l i ' R 1 qv- ' HENSON, SONYA Ambition: To invent an "errorless" typewriter. National Honor Society, Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship 4, Most Dependable 4, Freshman Favorite, Pep Squad I-4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Annual Staff 4, Beacon Staff 3, Typing Il Award 3, Library Club l-4, Sec. 2, Reporter 3, Delegate to TALA Convention 3, GIS 2-3, Drama Club 4, "Outstanding Jr." 3. 34 HINTZE, Rum HOLLAND, TOMMY Ambition: To have a drink from the Big Ambition: To own his own airlines. DlPPe"- National Honor Society 4, Football 3-4, Basket Jr. Red Cross l, Future Nurses 3-4, FHA 4, ball 2-4, Track 3-4, Baseball 2-4, Studen Choral Club 2-4, Beacon Staff 4. Council 1, Class Favorite 2, Vice President 2 Athletic Club I. X x 'U' vnu-- an-... ,Rae 'UN fb tu..- fb , ug fv' HUDSON, MARION "PETE" JACOBS, DONALD JAMES, NELDA Ambition: To be called "Pete" Ambition. To play the lead in "Romeo and Ambition: To be an alluring brunette Band l-4, First Lt. 3-4, Swing Band 2-4, FFA l. Juliet-" Band 1-4, Swim Club l, Drama Club 4, Choral Football I-4, Vice Pres. Drama Club 4, Sports Club 3-4, FHA l-2. JOHNSON, DAVID Ambition: To live and learn, mostly live. Football 1-4, All-District Second Team 4, Bas- ketball 1, Track I, Athletic Club I-2, Boxing 2-3, Chairman of Gold Party 3-4. '- K .32 'fr-,.. . it ' V5 Editor, Bulldog Beacon 4, Senior Play 4, Speech Club 2, Athletic Club l-4, Boys' Pep Squad 1. JOHNSON, PATSY Ambition: To catch Santa Claus coming down the chimney. Band l-4, PASF 4, Drama Club 4, Choral Club 4, Band Outstanding Service 4. X Ambition: To helicopter. x JORDAN, CARL fly around the world , . 5' Q' '-CN" KIESCHNICK, MARTHA LEBLANC, CONNIE LEBLANC, LAWRENU A-rfnrrtpv To handle dontlo bellg Aiithtticn: lDont Esk Arnbitiong To be a Chinese laL,ndr,'nai Ppp Squad 1.3. Cltcvrlvmlcr 3 -lg Head Clin-urlcacler A15 District 28 AA S-.xt-vtln-art Ag Class Favorite- 2, Most Talented Alf Q41-t ot r-lcarts 2g Student Coonctl 3-15 Claw br-4 3, Rincon Bi-arity Ftnalrgt 'Z--lg Tlmircl Platt: .3 ,lg Natrona! Honor Sopictyg Senior Plat, A15 Draiva A1 GlS 2 .lg Lvttor 23g Annual Stat? 3 Ai' Beacon Staff 2 4, lSL Poetry Reading Contest Scrond Place nn Regional -ig Journalism Award -15 PASF 23g Choral If Pep Squad 2, it 'V' 1" JU' yn. -tv -Q Qs. I ,aff I 4 ' 'va l fvx Q- - My l LESTER, MARILYN LisENBv, HELEN LITCHEIELD, BRUCE Ambition: To be .3 builder-upper, tearcr. Ambition, To owna parrot shop, Ambition: To be able to out-argue Wendell downer. Radford. Rod and Gun Club lg Swimming Team lg Football 2-Ag Track A. 36 PQ f,l. F . xi- ,hx Q.. 1 ft! 1- LouvIEIz, LEE LOVE, JIMMY MAXWELL, JIMMY Ambmon: To dance Wim grace and ease' Ambition: To make records with his own hill- Ambition: To inherit the Maxwell Rodeo. MCELVAIN, EVELYN Ambition: To go horseback riding without any after effects. Pep Squad 1-25 GIS 3, Nurses Club 2-35 Drama Club Ag Library Club if Jr. Red Cross Club ig FHA 2. new . ff billy band PE Award l-2g Athletic Club l-2g Swim Club 2-3. MCELWEE, JIMMY Ambition: To own a baby blue Cadillac. Football 2-41 Track 2-3g Most Courteous 4. M yi MILLER, FRED Ambition: To out-dance Fred Astaire. Swim Team I-35 FFA 1-25 Best Dancer 45 Shop Club 2g Boys' Pep Squad ig Rod and Gun Club 3, If-' ,i MILLER, Roonsv Arnbitior. To own Ford Motor Company. Senior Play 4. df' MOSELEY, ANN Ambition: To give all future seniors a free trip to Bandera. Jr. Red Cross lg Swim Club lg Bulldog Beacon Staff -ig Senior Play 4, Art Club 45 Re- porter -if Choral Club 3-4. ,.,,. Moss, NONA PAYE BRAQUET Ambition: To teach Eskimos to play bridge? Choral Club 3'-ij Swing Band 3-45 Band 1-45 Red Cross Club lg Spanish Club 25 Drama lub -1. MU' X4 V T , x we-s Muon, KATHLEEN Ambition: To be a professional gum-chewer. Pep Squad l-45 Library Club 2-Ag Delegate to TALA Convention 25 Library Service Award 25 Library Club Social Leader 45 Drama Club 45 Tennis Club if Jr. Red Cross lg FHA 2. 38 Af, fi .ar-" NEWMAN, DARRELL Ambition: To make an honest living. Z QQ t. PHLLLIPS, LETLTIA Ambition: To invent fingernail polish that won't crack off. Pep Squad l-45 Library Club 1-35 Reporter lp Vice President 2-3g Class Reporter 25 Spanish Club 25 National Honor Society 45 Senior Play Ag Delegate to TALAg GIS 2-35 "Miss Flame" Candidate 3. i,lNl"'5' llwi C' I, i N ' 35: fif w, L. E' ..l 5 Q hi QCP" ff ja i 4 PICKERING, KENNETH POWELL, CAROLYN PRICE, CHARLES Ambition: To get enough sleep just one time. Alnbifion: TO be an X-Ray l6Cl1I1iCi6fl. Ambition: To find out who started this am Pep Squad lp Jr. Red Cross lg Future Nurses bition l3U5ine55- Club 2-45 Reading Club l, Band l-Ag All-State Band 2g Band Librarian QUIBODEAUX, PAUL Ambition: To sing with Elvis Presley. RADFORD, WENDELL Ambition: To be president of the Nederland Alumni Association. Football Mgr, 2-Ag Baseball Mgr. 2-35 Track Mgr. Qrdg Wittiest Boy 45 Alumni Representae tive Ag Rod and Gun Club l-45 Senior Play 45 National Honor Society Ag Beacon Staff 3fAg Swim Team 3, 2,31 Band Outstanding Service 25 Senior Play 4g Most Dignified Ag National Honor Society 45 Alumni Scholarship Ag Annual Staff 4 Swing Band 2-3g PASF l-35 Vice Pres Art Club l-25 Treasurer 2. RICHARDSON, Roov Ambition: To serve his country in the Force. A nv" i 1 ' 'US' QP' if WMI-4. A 6 9' 5 ' S X RICKETTS, CAROLYN Riersistiztx, BYRON Roairsisow, Fizsm Ambition: To go places. Pep Squad 1445 GIS l-35 Letter 2-35 Library Club 1435 President 35 Class Social Leader 3-45 Annual Staff 45 Senior Play 45 Senior Football Duchess 45 Best Personality and Best Dressed 45 Drama 4. Ambition: To be a doctor, Band l-45 Captain 45 National Honor Society 4. 'e , X 'assi 'K Xi 4 40' ' "' aw V' .5 'ti-H P- ' Ambition: To keep her friendliest disposition National Honor Society 45 Jr. Honor Society i5 Jr. Red Cross 15 Friendliest Girl 45 Choral Club 45 Jr. Class Reporter 35 GIS 2-45 Pep Squad 2-45 FHA Parliamentarian 35 Drama 4. ' JUS? ly-5 ig. ,kr ,Y 'vs .5 .pw it ii' VYN 49' li X Q Y.. 'sk Roos, ELMER Ambition: To own his own drive-in. Band 1-45 Outstanding Band Senior 45 Second Lt. 45 Quartermaster I-35 Swing Band con- ductor 45 PAST President 45 Vice President 35 Debate 45 Choral Club5 Drama Club 45 National Honor Society 4. 40 Ross, MAURICE Ambition: To be on the Annual Staff. RYMAN, WANDA Ambition: To be the director of her own 4AH Club 1-4, Gold sfaf Boy 2, FFA 1-35 Plav- Tumbling Team 1-35 Track 4. District ISL Contest, Shorthand Award 45 Band 'I-45 Band Honor Student l5 Jr. Honor Society I-25 Student Council 'l-25 Jr. Red Cross 15 Future Nurses 2-45 Drama 45 FHA 2. I Ss' CQ! 4: 735 .. , I di lx, 'QQ ,.. SAIN, Louis Ambition: To own his own drag-strip SHARP, TONIA MARIE Ambition: To be iust me. Most Beautiful Girl 4. b 1 SANDERSON, PERCY Ambition: To play professional baseball, Football l-Ag Basketball l-3g Track V35 Baseball l-Ag All District Football Ag All District Basket- ball 3g Baseball l-35 Student Council l-2g Class Vice Pres, A5 Most Athletic 4, Spanish Club Pres. 2, SHERMAN, Jo ANN Ambition: To question her dignified ways, National Honor Society 45 Library Club 'l-4, Award 2, Parliamentarian-Historian 45 TALA Convention 45 TALA President of District 5 4g Pep Squad l-45 Most Dignified 4. A., I nv' an Siam-i, ViRoiNiA A'r'bit,'or-f To be a teacher, National Honor Society -15 PTA Scholarship -15 Art Club Sec ly GIS 2--15 Choral Club -15 Drama Club -15 FHA Vice Pres. 35 Future Nurses 35 Library Club 45 Swimming Club 2. 2 ob by-" SORRELL, WILDA Ainbirioie- io be able to be distinguished from Wilma. Library Club lg Band l--35 Red Cross lg PASF 25 Choral 3--15 Swing Band 35 Spanish Club 2. 15 SORRELL, WILMA Ambition: To be able to be distinguished from Wilda. Library Club lg Band lf-45 Red Cross lj Choral Club 3--15 Swing Band 2-35 Spanish Club 2. iv- ,susan 5. Q' if TT K. Tb SPERIKY, MARV KAY Ambition: To live in Louisiana. Shreveport, Louisiana: Jr. Red Cross l-25 Pep Squad 25 Nederland, Texas: FHA 2-35 Pep Squad 3-A5 Art Club, Vice Pres. 4. 42 SPITTLER, MARLA HILTON Ambition: Mrs. will be the name. Salutatorian A5 English A5 Family Relations Award 45 Biology Award 45 Art 'l5 Award 45 Pep Squad l-35 Beacon Staff lg Drama A5 Library Club 2-45 Art Club A. f F alfa! . SPONSLER, SHIRLEY Ambition: To rock the cradle of the deep. GIS, Vice Pres, 45 Pep Squad 2-45 Vice Pres. 45 Cheerleader 35 Beacon Beauty Candidate 2-35 Pilot Sweetheart 45 Football Sweetheart 4. .Fil AX 1, F V n if- jf? FE 1 ,S Q, 1 rub-H V, M. ld' a vx' Lg. - ,,,,... ""'a-3 -. sf .a4""J,Ai STREETMAN, ELAINE Ambition: To get away from it all. Tennis Club lg Pep Squad l-45 GIS l-Ag Class Officer 2g Drama Club Aj Annual Staff 3-A, Pilot Editor Ag Art Club 2-3g National Honor Society .1. SWEAT, BETTY Ambition: To go to Egypt to explore the Pyramids. National Honor Society Ag Classroom Teachers Scholarsbipg Mechanical Drawing Award Aj Band T-4, Outstanding Service 3, Algebra l Award lg Spanish I Award 2, Perfect Attend- dance l-4g Band Librarian 3-Ag PASF l-25 Art Club 3, ef fQs Sruizreocic, Bos Ambition: To own the biggest ranch in Texas fand tl1at's a big oneV. All-District Football Ag Football 2-45 Track 35 Baseball l-37 Most Attractive 47 A-H Club 2-47 President 47 FFA 45 Beef Production Award A-H Ag King of Hearts Jr. Class 3g Voc. Ag. ll Award A. TRAHAN, BILLY WAYNE Ambition: To be a man of leisure. FFA l-27 Outstanding Boy in P.E. 2-35 Swim Team lg Rod and Gun 3. 'Z-'R i 3 RN. STURROCK, MARIE Ambition: To goto Bandera once more, Morning Watch 3-4, Choral Club 2-45 Drama Ag Pep Squad 2-4. TYLER, Woooizow Ambition: To be the "Beau Brumn1ell" of the 2Otl't Century. Swim Team l-2, Agriculture l-25 Class Favorite 35 Best Dressed 45 Rod and Gun Club l. if VAN AUKEN, RAYMOND VAN MARION, SHIRLEY WARD L,-Iggy , Ambition: To make an "A" in Physics. Al'TblYl'Of?.' To be a welfare worker for Arnbifionf To bg a pfg football player- leoolball lull Baseball 2-All Allqlellc Club ll: neighborhood kittens, Class Pres. T 44 Student Council T-A- Vice Pres Rod and Gun Club 3 Pep Squad T: Jr Red Cross: Art Club -1: 35 Outstandingl Student 3g Annual Staff 3--il lfbfw Club 2' Senior Play Ag Boys' State 3g Football l-4, All- District 3-45 Second Team All-State 3g All-State Ag Basketball lf-if AlIfDist. 3-45 Second Team AllYState fig All-State 4g Track 45 Baseball l-Ag All-Dist. 45 North-South All-Star Game 45 Coaches Lineman Award 4g Charley Meyer Best Lineman Award. , l it if "!?f'1- 401 'fi - FUN Am 1.5 295 Qs. ff QT' '- Star' WARE, MARILYN WARNER, Jo KATIIRYN Weocs, LARRY Ambition: To do away with the word "Can't." Ambition: To find the paradise that Milton lost, Ambition: To have the best car in the "Road Pep Squad T45 FHA T-Ag Jr. Red Cross lg Future Nurses 2-Ag Pres. 3-Ag FHA 3-47 Sec. 35 Angels", 4,H 2.4, Pres. 47 Choral Club 2. Road Angels Club 3-A, President 4. 44 Ci j IV' x . ...ff WHITMAN, DELORES Ambition: To be a nurse, National Honor Society 45 Speech Award 4 First in Voice of Democracy 45 Senior Play 4 Future Nurses 2-45 Library Club I-45 GIS 2-4 Pep Squad 3-45 Delegate to TALA 45 P.E. Award 25 Swim Club5 Most Likely to Suc ceed 4. WiLsoN, JEAN Ambition: To keep her vim, vigor, and vitality. National Honor Society 45 GIS Senior Award Ag Miss Nederland High School 45 Pres. Student Body 45 Student Council l-45 Most Athletic 45 Pep Squad l-45 Drama 4g GIS Pres, 45 Library Club 1-2. fs:-f ,Ax ' i Lf- '-'.S"" Wiuis, JIM WILLS, BARBARA Ambition: To gain a little knowledge every Ambffionr JU57 lo be MVS- Wills. day. Valedictorian 45 Mr. Nederland High School 45 Football 1-45 Basketball 2-45 FFA l-35 Pres. 2-3 Highest ranking 3-4. Wooos, HAROLD Ambition: To be a coach of Podunk High, otball I-4, Track 2-35 All-Dist. Football 4. i lf" .QP Spanish Club lg Library Club I-2. Wooowtuzo, Jos Ambition: To be an Engineer. Band l-45 Band Officer 3-45 Algebra ll 25 Plane Geometry 35 Chemistry 35 Trig and Solid Geometry Award dj American Chemical Award5 National Honor Society 4. "2:"' 'Ui Woorsm, Suiniev Ambirionf To change places with the man the moon. Pep Squad 45 GIS lg Jr. Red Cross 'lg FHA Reading Club 'lg Library Club 1. IW 2: - , 1J'l7b.L-5 , . 2" . A .zifflf N gg bl I QI I' ' 3 " ,-. Hot Rod! Don't play with guns, boys. - Gig 'em, Aggies! Hey, Magoo! l ix! 41-""' 'Og vu! BEVIS NEWTON In memory of our beloved classmate we dedlcate thus page to Bevls Newton Although he wlll not walk down the aisle with Us he will be m our hearts always 11 r"'w ' l ! ff, , Q ' 'Sf f Q J , It 0' ' . Q. O . s , Q - 1 0 Q 7 A A ,gli . 'l . f -X ' 0 9 Q - f Q 0 i , O 3' il, I ' I .if .wg ',, ' l MSENIOR TRIP D lu: TT Q J' 5 ' ii? 1 J' AV'YbOdy tired? Serious moment Danger below! S S 44. . ' 'fx F-.. I, '. ' D4 ,. 'Wigs ' -., 48 j,-P25 1 Well, lust a little more Whoa, boy! Sl-,ucksl gy was nothing .,. 'D 'vw 4 - 'Q ,- 7' 1 l sf , I "V .--47 . K W fn I' ,,.,' .2 , J yas. fl' f N, gi , N, f Which is which? Bandera Hayride rr . sw-+,. r x-. mi. ry w V. ' .Q X H It 1 - .' , ,. ' v f----4' . , V KJ -fqg i . ..n......-- '5.:::..:: In good hands A """""'L ' The end is near ii .'..Af.- . P A JH' N. Q MY' 1' QN- MARLA HILTON SPITTLER Salufaforian Shepherd Laundries' Aw ELAINQ STREETMAN Pilof Edi+or . o 'Q . f f f' f' X 4 A K ff, '17 40' 1. ,. ' Q ' -. Q , ,, ..,. ' x '-mf' ,A z g,3,, ," 1 tif' luv IP' 455 N 'Nix K ' f in 1 'QSA If 'N i- , 7 '5- """'r. Q , 52- . , Y KN ,..,x xM NNXLUS ALE? MURRAY 4 TOP RANKING STUDENTS 4 Ace smmzocxc CHQPLES MILLS I' Ggophornofe eshn-,an i Q . xx I 'f 5 F' H yi 1 Myx ,QA -1. 'F .zrti """'l" 5- NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front row left to rght Dell Da as Ela ne Streetman Betty S eat Sonya Henson Jean Wlson Freda Rob nson DeLo5 Harrs JoAnn She man Inset Co ne LeBlanc Second Dolo es, Whtma Byron Rnenstra Charles Pnce Jum Wlls Vrgna Sm th Joe Woodward Letta Phnllsps Elmer Rode Tommy Holland Wendell Radford NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY X 5 C f X N NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY members are selected by the faculty on the basis of character, scholarshup, and servlce Membershlp IS llmuted To I5 per cent of the class To be ellgnble for membershlp, one must rate rn the upper one Ihlrd scholastncally it wg J, L 3, ' W l v I .4 f ,R y L 1-' D- 'xxx' 'I' I ,et-3537:-:fa-t-L. ' I ll' :I Aa sql 41' at v - I-ml x 'f : Il 1- 15 fl 1 5 it ta PERFECT ATTENDANCE Front row, left to right: Rebecca Savoy, Dolores Whitman, Sylvia Dean, Evelyn Beck, Lynette Woods, Betty Sweat, Wanda James, Coleen Shannon, Barbara Libersat, Frances Miller, Loretta Koonce. Second row: Charles Griffin, Lavell Harris, Ronald Freeman, Linda Wilson, Margaret Leysath, Carolyn Youngblood, Virginia Newcomb, Joan Stewart, Louise Smith, Carolyn Hudson, Dorothy Sibley, Ruby Everette, Barbara White, Third row: Mike Elliotte, Edward Bellows, William Aldridge, Alex Powell, Herbert Adkins, Billy Pennington, Robert Sanders, Robert Richey, Joe Woodward, Johnny Richey, Arthur Newman, David Edgar, Gayle Trahan, James Wood, Fred Dean, Edwin Worthy, Jack Miles, Edward Brown, Donald Adkins. ATTfNDAEk X y , fl fi 5' .1 SCHOLASTIC BETTY SWEAT Mechanical Drawung A8-M Mechanncal Drawing Award TERRY BROWN General Scuence DORIS PEVETO World Hrstory ALEX MURRAY American Hlsfory Spanrsh II Y Q 6 , -'I ng!! .ff N. 4 f I I I V JUDITI-I I-IANKS Commercial Math WANDA JAMES Homemaking I 43 - un. f N ,Q, ,irx 'fi . 9' 'I " A f ali 'X I f 5: I i,,A . , I I ' . I 1:1 " , O 'ff ,wr f'Af"'4 E 1 :IIA 'ff' 'Sir 1: 'r 1 1 T? Q- , 52 , Mx I -I 'Q' 1, ' 5' . Q L 5" , I AWARDS BOB BATEMAN Algebra I ROBERT RICHEY Algebra II lun Ill? --" .,-: , CAROLYN PHILLIPS Homemaking II WAN DA RYMAN Shorthand I I ' 6 I I SCHOLASTIC MARLA SPITTLER Art Club Award Ar Engllsh IV Blology Eamuly Relatlons LINDA LESTER Typing l School Accompanust ad BYRON LANG Student Council LARRY WILKERSON Agriculture I 195' i' m "if .mpg '42,-'rf -'Jw p Q I v-Cl 4717 . .tt in-9" ,fr ANN ADAMS Typing II Llbrary Club JEAN WILSON Student Council 91. WX. sr If 'Q' VL I ,ff UNI? 4. 2. n ,1 T 5. . 317' ,if 1 lxv. F 63- ' 4 ' 6.1 ,. , 3 l 2 if .. T 'GQ' wg! 1 r' 'fav Y I CORINNE VAN AUKEN Sophomore Girls' P.E. BETTY HUBERT Freshman Girls' P.E. P' we nr T 'IF' , ft XY" H -sg ' X ,f I A WARDS JOE WOODWARD Solid Geometry Trigonometry NaTional Merit Award HELEN BAILEY Junior Girls' P.E. QI 1.. CARROLL ALFORD A8iM Mechanical Drawing Award BILLY JOE WALLER Senior Boys' P.E. SCHOLASTIC WALLACE KAY English III Plane Geometry IMA GRACE STURROCK English II Spanish I PICIUYB Noi Available JIMMY FLETCHER Art Club Award NORMAN STEHLE General Math wr' Y ut.: Wu 64 , I -luvu' ,fl 1' DOUG GALLOWAY Library Club fPhoro not availablej LETICIA WINBERG Library Club Picfure No Available e' Y I DELL DAVIS Drama CHARLES MILLS English I Social Studies wg-I gal wyx. -O' 'unit I 1 """S.,. AWARDS CONNIE LEBLANC Journalism MARTHA EALY Business English Bookkeeping 1' it DOLORES WHITMAN Speech Future Nurses Library Club Senior Girls' P.E. BOB STURROCK Agriculture lll GAYLE TRAHAN Freshman Boys P E ICT Y- 'rl WARREN MURPHY Jumor Boys P E 1 gf' 1. 4 O IIB. Q WILBURN OVERSTREET ASM Mechamcal Drawmg Sophomore Boys P E M4 ,. ' l , I 2 N t : fx W' . ski? ' ' . 5 A 4 , Nr, 3 I -I ' 'T' Aof, , My W at I W r 8 IU? V I 5 I' Q f 'Q f N R 5? Y 1 ' , Y. R . . I x . . 1 'fl , Q 5 1 1 x 'Y I, 9 i C Tun N. 2, J ZR I ,l SCHOL ARSHIP AWARDS BETTY BURNFIN Business and Profess ional Women's Scholarship SYLVIA DEAN Alumni Association SONYA HENSON Delta Kappa Gamma CHARLES PRICE Alumni Association VIRGINIA SMITH Parent-Teachers Association BETTY SWEAT Nederland Classroom Teachers MARILYN WARE Class of 1946 JOE WOODWARD American Chemical Award 4 ,- "- QM.. -5 bw Z' L J' If 7' fb 'Wm if ff, 5' r I , I-4' 2' rw? ,ru x -i 6 If Nt IH S ty 1 ' A ll um 500m U n a re ta Kap Schol h p Mr, Lo Marla, S I t 1 PERSONALITIES .rg GENELLE CONCIENNE Sponsored by the Junior Class Pilof Sweetheart Nominees is QF- QQ! SHIRLEY SPONSLER Sponsored by The Sophomore Class l K ' w . - - A M 4 :ff ig , SJ' 'E s-A ' ' Q3 b Q, x ,, 8 1 V 1 1 VV V i"i' gi.l 13:5 Vila' N ' 4: 5:4 'P ,J ' :K . - ,I , lp DELL DAVIS Sponsored by the Freshman Class Q SHIRLEY SPONSLER f Football Sweerhea Football Duchesses 1f'5i'Q. .his L. 11' CAROLYN RICKETTS Senior Duchess JEANELLE ARSEMENT Sophomore Duchess DONNA JO FRUGE Freshman Duchess MARY A. THOMPSON Junior Duchess K. gs asf , . 0, ffl, 1, ' ' -' 1- ...., CONNIE LEBLANC District 28 AA Sweetheart BECKY SPARKS JIM WILLIS Mr. and Miss Good Sportsmanship 75 VALENTINE ROYALTY Duchess ELDORA FRUGE ROYAL COURT Duchess LINDA SHEFFIELD Duke CARL JORDAN VL Duchess LETITIA WINBERG IYNN CCTV e 'N NNE 77 GLORIA BROUSSARD Sophomore RUNNERS-UP '15 1. , 1 ' : ZA, - ' 1' , Q " , 4' 'f 1 lv. 1 I 5 N- ' DELOIS HARRIS Sen or 78 ' MISS FLAME JG I 1 MARY CONCIENNE Freshma DIAN ARSEMENT Jun or K -.Y T5 , ' 1 13, 'Ya 3,1 K ' L!! K Q, ax! X 1 Q I DAVID JOHNSON and SHIRLEY SPONSLER PROM FA VOR ITES 79 F.H.A. Beaus GENE FRAZIER BILLY DEESE 0-. X so 'W' iff, DOROTHY DEAN DOROTHY F.F.A. Sweethearts DAVIS V! JERI JOHNSON JAYNELL CARBELLO CONNIE LEBLANC lx - 1' 'f."s g .3 A, CAROLYN WILLS SHIRLEY SPONSLER BEACON BEAUTY FI NALIS T f"""- BRENDA MASHBURN SCRE ALD BEACON BEAUTY xi . X 9 S 'U' 'gag 9' , 5. 3. RUNNERS- UP DORTHY DEAN LETITIA WINBERG DELL DAVIS HELEN BAILEY 'X Y RQ ,f 6 JIM WILLIS BETTY BURNFIN 2 MOST ATTRACTIVE BEST ALL ROUND SENIOR CLASS 1- I BOB STURROCK TONIA SHARP X nv- . j LGTJV gl 1 A - Ag-,-Xu ,V ' X. A- LARRY WARD DELL DAVIS I ll MOST POPULAR If 0- 2 f-, viii JIMMY MCELWEE MARTHA EALY MOST COURTEOUS ik -H3 x . Y V 4 ,,f!.,.,.,..f .1-""' 'J"""" ' I- L '3l,.. f'4'r-1 ..T?, W., V v , Il! 86 F4 ,Nuff f , X' K . 1, 1. 1 :Ar XT. - ,M J-1,4-..,. .1 ifndlxza, v I jrzggxxfftbix X I. x A 'uw- S1.l an i. . . hx - .1 'gif . 'Q in Uv Q.- I ig. wh ' v 1 ' ' ,I+- - 11'-A L I, .. 'L ,ug I A AA':Y ., qw j.g,. P. X Q' ' -x ' Qi 6 .A . , E UL s, "WI ' 3 1. xl., .ak -L-. 1.1-- u'.'. , . - ,. 'IW f '-'M 1 I9 . .J q.4yf:x.'. 4 5 f iineyqi s u - 1 L' .3 -'P 2 4' 5, , JEAN WILSON PERCY SANDERSON N5-, P H fe FRIENDUEST MOST ATHLETIC SENIOR CLASS fr L. I iff? 0 FREDA ROBINSON DONALD ADKINS I I , , - . , I ' xf' V. J' . Q2 5 1 L YW L ' NEWELL BASS CONNIE LEBLANC MOST TALENTED BEST PERSONALITY 'I II' T13 ., I X LEON FULLER CAROLYN RICKETTS V55 P9 ' CE HERMAN m fb N" 3 Av' ' N FR 3 JIM WI DOLORES MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST DIGNIFIED L' 1 ,.1 6 F . rg ,T . R3 'HK w 39:5 3' 'w QOSQ , . awk -'L V' 23' ,xxx . C C Q3 CAROLYN RICKETTS WOODROW TYLER O s BEST DANCERS BEST DRESSED FRED MILLER 4x Y: ,, VAL ABSHIRE in., A- ml ' f"'WU"'3i Z LEON FULLER SHIRLEY SPONSLER CUTEST BEST SENSE OF HUMOR L ' LLLf , , .,.-, A My G' 1 . jf A ' '4 L ' I J . - I" " 5 . 1 U A 5.4, 7 5 L " I f ,f'L L I W fiat. 5 , W 1 L 0 s f 4 E' L E jf A .4 far' EL "" ff? 1 ff N., Z4 dd KENNETH BORDONARO 90 DE LOIS HARRIS Q 3' 4 I I-W7 . A i ki -ni? an l 5:51 9 . ' 1:-Q, V' -LJ,-I:-1.-a 5- 1-i,..i , ,Z 'lp MOST DEPENDABLE WI TTIES T F30 x,-- ' -, QT' 3? I I I... SONYA HENSON JIM WILLIS I Ii - -v--rv-vS"""' GENELLE CONCIENNE WENDELL RADFORD 4 v A A ..-. .. W li, , L 4 , I 4, I ,. NL w ' , gg TT? I ,f E X ' -J I ei 'Q' ' 'Ti' . 'cg' U. w A , U . ,I l if. .ij K2 51. SOPHOMORE CLASS 5"':1U5i I. " W5 L XM -1 'T"!1 1 ' Q F '8- UNDERCLASS FA VORI TES JUNIOR CLASS FAVORITES KENNETH SPENCER RUBY SHEFFIELD Q'-JL FAVORITES EUGENE BROSSARD JEANELLE ARSEMENT rf P I EEIJE T FRESHMAN CLASS FAVORITES JUDY ARSEMENT GARY CARTER -11? 3 - A 0 O .14 1- "X .. 4 ,- SI-"' .a .a D , 'l ' Q 111 X Y - - ,...-i .. BS AND CRGANIZATICNS STUDENT BODY OFFICERS JEAN WILSON LEON FULLER PVGSIOISDT Vrce Presfdenf MR HAROLD RODGERS Sponsor 49 JERI JOHNSON BYRON LANG Secretary Treasurer 4' i' , U x G , fi 2, 17 s I ' ' N NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL Arsemertt Jeamelle Arsement Judy Bellow Edward Bumtm Betty Corbello Jayrtell Davns De Gibson Travis Hardy a Johnson Make a Wallace LeBlanc Comme May Roberta Musselwhlte Larry Palmer Barbara Sparks Becky Street James Walker Carolyn Ward Larry Williams, Reba J' Wright, Jonel ' lf f 1 A A 1 I' A t , L -f 'ills' ' . , ! , -- , 1 0 " I 'g , P X w y ' - P. 5532 xr ' . X1 , I H ' - Y V '. , .- ,K 7' - II 0 . - f I , f I' an I , vi' '. P T 4 .5 ' A ,kt Q, . t fx, J ' af p 'N r . ' i K y, s ' J , . I 'lv - f X . ., . 1 1 ' 1 ef uw Nl , I uf t t If , f '- " 0 I N . , U . . 5 Q A7 Q 'sl ANNUAL STAFF I- V""' b C7 ELAINE JAMES MR5 JO STREETMAN GLEASON CHAMBLESS Editor Photographer SPOUSOV hm' bw. left to nght Charles Pnce Gaul Sweat Gay Nell LaPoun1 Sonya Henson Larry Ward Carolyn Rlckehs Connie LeBlanc Elame Streetman Carol Jean Tyer Jaynell Corbello Lmda Lester Not pucfured as Roberta May The sponsor of the annual staff IS Mrs Jo Chambless wv-,wal BULLDOG BEACON STAFF Z' MISS MARY DAMREL Q Sponsor "sy Ai x4 X.-I 'l' ,fd 1 r-5 hui e to rnghf Donald Jacobs Wendell Radford Ann Moseley Cynthua Cuccua Ruth Hnntze Vernell Boudreaux Lawrence LeBlanc Lucvlle Burdwell Rody Rnchardson Bully Adams Ednor Harold Woods Connue LeBlanc Percy Sanderson Jam McElwee nf' 23? f ,JU I ti "7 ma.--M wh 1 - I Qs ,Af XII:- " -f f If f ' . 1 f.-I-21-1:5-s. x ,ry x ' -r f , U, . at :'.. . 3 A . ' Q- 'Q-'3211i:7T331 '1 is --. ll pf I, 5 -- ,-:l21111:3i3,1'.i'.l IN l " 4 , ,f ' :+L-1-Z-11-Z'-1-1-. ' , ' Q! ' . 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I f I I I ' ' 38 '-.7 "' 110' A8 OFFICERS Mary Spenky Vlce Presudent Jummy Fletcher Presudent Harold Rodgers Sponsor Jo Ann Buff Secretary Manlyn Lester Treasurer Marla Splttler Socual Leader Nl 0 9' TNI ,.c0 wig. .s Lbs Farst row Juhree Bnrdwell Mary Speruky Frances Hanley Martha Ealy Mnke Robmson Second row Jo Ann Buff Shnrley Van Manon Pamela Hussey Marla Spnttler John Flarrls Thurd row Carroll Alford Bob Bate man Jlmmy Fletcher Marlon Tomlm Marrlyn Lester The purpose of the ART CLUB IS to discover talent to learn more about art, and to enloy and apprectate art Mr Harold Rodgers IS the sponsor of the club it W ,gr ,J eff' he ' l 1 L , .S 7474- F 3 'lf' 3 H -- .T 49 .vb 0 5 cw ...fl L' l R X Q 1 I X Null? . AFX HJ T --K X 1' ,fa 4 L .1 ' 7' l ,ef is ' 'if "ff,E-i 5 , ' "4 -. 4 ,,.. .lf 1 y E I . - . ' M 1 l A K l L ,, e .ml , ,Q L, N 5 3, ' - 1 i - '--- -' , We .gg .,-r ' , V V ,H M l 1 , . -A+- I ' , ' ' : ' f ' :ML , 1 . L W 4 vu I 5 . f . , - 4 A . .-- ' D ' 'fr . v lj! 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I u Q ' , .. - 1 ' g l 1 "f li ,Q Qt QQ l' . l A N, Q A 2 41. . .n , -I 'Gs at . , I ,na Sherman Mrs Nelleen Stancul Sponsor Second row Davld Carroll Kenneth Langham Pamela Hussey Juhree Burdwell Ann Adams Marla Sputtler Dnxue Campbell Martha Hooks Letlcua Wlnberg Peggy Hardy Sharon Hossley Thnrd row Phyllus Davls Corrune Van Auken Sandra Lacy Vlrgnma Srmth Brenda Oswalt Barbara Weathers Charlotte Baker Cecella Slmmons Pat Steele Doug Galloway The purpose of the LIBRARY CLUB as to glve the student library assistants oppor tunltres for recognition and partlclpatuon comparable to those given to students parncupatlng nn other malor school SCTIVITICS Mrs Nelleen Stancul IS sponsor of the club SL-I OFFICERS Myra Bennett, Treasurer, Dolores Whnman, Vnce Presndent, Sonya Henson, Secretary, Carolyn Phullups, Presndent, Kathleen Mudd Socual Leader, Jo Ann Sherman, Reporter -x , ,- 4 ' 'fl - -...--- q , I ,, - , rl'--01 'H 1 u """' J tv f ' ..- . as? L.. l l ' .f , 1 --g L s s - L First row: Sonya Henson, Dolores Whitman, Myra Bennett, Carolyn Phillips, Kathleen Mudd, Jo Ann ' -2 l l l l I I l "f'iT":r T ,,.. NF.:-A A-. "" S3 Qi C j 0 c dsc Xu LARRY WKDGE Presrdfrr The purpose of The ROAD ANGELS CLJSIOM CLUB IS To stress a career an mechamcs and To create a better understarmdmg between 'rhe youth and the law 'vw-v .vv-Y .Q.,, f Y ,.. Q 5 ' ' 4 , 5.4 . , 4. , 4 CY Ig.: 4 .IV pi' V I 5' 'W Q -JA H ' t ,. 'A ' . 'B .-.,,,...,, ,Qi gf ." 0 A - f . ' ', 1: 6' E' ' , .- - 2 f ' ' . V ' ' - . ' h. 'XX l 1, ., ' W A Left TO right Pc-r ,' Snmiersour L rr, VVedLe Qfwr H .flgiarnw Paul Wewuue inrtndlo VVvLlm.n, C' rrwlotz- Rody Ri har rw, B H Hal! if x ff '? ,f N. ' L NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL PEP SQUAD 1',j ' 51 X "' -' 39" WDW-rw ! 'fl 'aw' 'W' rfs.55t The purpose of the NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL PEP SQUAD as to support the athletic teams of Nederland Hugh School and to create a good school splrrt The Pep Squad also plans the Homecomrng actlvrtues and honors the athletes with a dance The sponsors are Mrs McNeull Mass Ross and Mrss Hall LJ BETTY SHIRLEY SONYA MRS McNEILL M'SS ROSS MISS HALL BURNFIN SPONSLER HENSON Pres de 1 Vrce Secretary Sponsols President Treasurer FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA o SI-5"f'An F O. f'-r L-5. First row Bully Deese Jo Kathryn Warner Reba Wrlluams Gene Frazrer Second row Mrs Eagleson Joyce Sanderson Sandra Woods Dons Moorer Carolyn Hudson Pat Gurllot Dodrrdge Creel Earlme Spurlock Mrs Rowe Third row Lola Rankln Sandra Lacy Martha Nell Coffman Judy Arsement Jonell Wrlght Ann McGowan Martha Hooks Mary McCartney Benetta Wall Fourth row Cecelua Summons Beth Ander son Barbara Whlte Judy West Joyce Spencer Patrucla Steele Pat Coleman Shlrley Gehrels Jean Russell Betty Hubert Geraldme Payne Frances Muller Connre Mlzell Audrey Dorsey Colleen Shannon Wanda James Betty Collins Ima Grace Sturrock Frith row Ruth Hrntze Bobble Sue Stewart Phyllis Davis Louase Smrth Mary Conley Dorothy Dean Brenda Bass Joyce Grey Sue Haynes Dorothy Davns Jaynell Corbello Lynette Wood Vlrgmua Newcomb Janice Cherry Aileen Choate Carolyn Whrte Marulyn Ware Dorothy Sibley Marne Slngleton Phyllis Morrus Paula Hull Annette Hlntze The purposes of THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA are to further the development of creatuve leadershup In home and community life and to promote lnternatronal good wall Mrs Eggleson and Mrs Rowe are the sponsors 1 it f I 0 g - - - , X , A . .J 1 fy, . . , - 1' ln 1 .- 1 A 'F -:ax xx J ' l S' , 0 1. A J H 1 , f 4 J . 3 ' Q. 4 1 ' i J , H tl 5. . Tl 5 lk tr., - J, V M 'n rx , L ia . In t V 'nc li b- U -'41 ' J, '- . 1 mtl . Q, L, 1 I 111 my A: I V ,rf Q, ta ,X ' if V- l 1 '- "il V 1g , t S Jr V-K 1 I , , it A I A V ' J I v, l F 4 - ' -'A ,, ' FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Bully Hackman Presndent Orm Hargraves Vrce Presvdent Frank Herrmg Secretary Gene Frazuer Reporter Jackle Roy Treasurer 'ln 40 -,FN Y 'H fn if as QQ 9- Flrst row Robert Prestrldge James Havard Leo Marks Donald Fondren Dorothy Davts Dorothy Dean Gene Frazler Edward Conner Lawrence LeBlanc Second row Lonnue McGowan Edward Andrews Bully Hackman Larry Wulkerson .lackne Roy Norman Cates Graden Cowglll Leroy Beagle Thnrd row Glenn Slbley Douglas Fletcher James Champayne Bob Sturrock Arnold Prestrsdge Jtm Crane Fourth row Luther Holmes J T Ballard Orm Hargraves Bully Deese Charles Smnth Frank Herrung The purpose of the F F A IS to develop agriculture leadershlp to create more Interest tn farming occupations and to encourage members rn the development of mdlvldual farming programs FUTURE NURSES CLUB 2' QW lilllssfffilmill l Qwtylsgj e Left to rnght Anne Warren Juhree B dwell Brenda Bass Do s Moore Ly da Sheff eld Ma tha Hooks Tex e Jo Savoy Second ro D o es Wht an Ve nell Boud ea x Hele Lsc by Jo Kathryn War M Frances Langston Sponsor Ruth H tze Al e Choate Hele B Iey A Ada s Wanda Ryma The FUTURE NURSES CLUB us organized for the purpose of tralnlng hugh school gurls who are interested In a future career of practucal nursing The members engage In practical work and training that Wull be useful In their homes The sponsor as Mrs Frances Langston Capo g Ce e on eg Scene backgrou d of 1 ,. l I n ' 4 -S "N L ' L V . . 7 ll' ' ' ' ' -3 'll . . F. 4 lf- I H .A , I , l T x L L T p - Ap 4 1 f f , , -1 ' -- 1 1 A I 'J X ,I Xl I ll jill I, l 4 I f' Y , ' ' T Lf of f T x ,. I 4 W I if , A L r U U -. '-Sha all f an 'T' . E32 .A .i mdk l' ' Aj V ,Q A ' :A , -4- A- ' ' . . - -,4 y' J ' - i l l . vxl: ol r ll im I , r l r YL , i lh , l l l ner, rs? , g in , ie n , n al , nn m , n. :V 5 1 I gf' :A 5 5 l 3 e A , L' 5 I . 'F . ' .l ' l 111. ' l 5 J 1 - 1' , ' W. . L 4-'9 -V - L. AQ, 'N 1 ' , -W R l l' XI l , Q I M x T , 2 2 - t- - I 1 5 l -A. Y l 4 l '04 ln l m l the Caplping Cerenhlonies CHORAL CLUB MRS AVERILL DAVIS Sponsor R190 ,951 on 'fifsq Left to rught Frances Patterson JoAnn Snngleton Vnolet Knoblock Val Abshnre Eldora Fruge Wnlma Sorrell Nona Faye Braquet Patsy Johnson Marne Snngleton Bobble Ruley Second row Carolyn Stampley Patrucua Steele Carol Sue Knoblock Shurley Beard Juamta Gaugh Pamela Hussey Freda Robnnson Ertnth Thompson Rebecca Savoy Amta Pool Third row Vernell Boudreaux Wllda Sorrell Jo Ann Erwnn Mary Pullm Ruth Hmtze Nelda James Vnrglma Smuth Corrune Van Auken Mary Jean Brackm Evelyn Beck Barbara Wnlls Thlrd row Paul Qulbedeaux Kenneth Draper Johnny Ruchey Elmer Rode Jerry Dowden David Capps Carl East Paul Corbello Rody Ruchardson Bully Joe Butler L., QS I llgrguh-9 lv N E H nil' ,,,,,. 'TN """ " -In xi' ki p-. Z."'F.."""' ' Q 'BF' J -:-su Flrst row Donna Bevul Elaine Streetman Dolores Whitman Jean Wulson Shurley Wooten Cynthra Cuccua Shurley Sponsler Freda Robrnson Second row Barbara Andrews Evelyn Beck Myra Bennett Genell Concnenne Dell Davus Sylvua Dean Jo Ann Erwrn Eldora Fruge Juanuta Gaugh De Lots Harrus Vurgsnua Smlth Thlrd row Helen Barley Lucnlle Bnrdwell Pat Hardy Jer: Johnson Carolyn Knowles Marulyn Knowles Merty Hudson Betty Smrth Reba Wnlluarns Bobble Rnley Mary Pullnn Frances Hanley Fourth row Jaynell Corbello Dorothy Davus Dorothy Dean Wanda Fuston Beverly Hanks Gay Greenburg Becky Sparks Lunda Wnlson Letncua Wnnberg Earlrne Spurlock Frfth row Barbara Lnbersat Dons Swann Brenda Mashburn Roberta May Frances Muller Patty Gayle Munchew Joyce Spencer Dorothy Subley Betty Hubert Jo Ann Thompson Judy West Sandra Woods Jonel Wnght Srxth row Judy Arsernent Charlotte Baker Maclelalne Block Martha Nell Coffman Pat Coleman Mary Conley Ann Creswell Sherlll Fowler Peggy Hardy Judy Smrth Duana Kelluan Sue Jones s. P: A ." 44' 3 -r 4 -5 2 - . , ,e I 47 Q. .J QA I .-6 .3 N' AA I - -1 A .QAC 4 . Y ,-i. U-: 'I V I 1 . .. .-, I 'V ' ' l 2 'J K ' ',f ' K , fr. ' :I J y .4 ', ' Q - f A 'A ' 'QJWN - - - V . E fy r' l A 1 I gf' X' , 5 I . l , 2 . X l A , I ll ' f 1 .- X y if I , T 6 f Q f ' ' X A Q Q P' -- . B V Vi ' F -1 I Ii ' r ' " .l.f. ,-, . Vj' 1 4 It f ' Y C V ht I 1 i . L A 1 , ' " cl 0. r- l I .- , Y f - W I l QQ, '- fn 1 fi e 3 - , 5 on rtfaf- Q M ls 3, 1- f- 'WA ' lf X' - .. K ' ' 1 .. .- 1 4 HV W I . 1 I ', S -- Q ,ff V. Q t GIRLS INTRAM URAL SPORTS Tar- """"' 7' fl!-'W r--- x+ W5 Offlcers are Meny Hudson Secretary DeLous Harrus Reporter Shurley Sponsler Vice Presldenf and Jean Wnlson Presndent Scenes of Nederland Hugh School Softball Tournament If L NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL CCNCERT BAND l First row: Linda Lester, Linda Wilson, Marilyn Knowles, Thompson, James Gleason, Gail Sweat, Barbara Vinson, Betty Sweat. Second row: Ima Grace Sturrock, Pat Guillot, Mary A. Thompson, Carolyn Hudson, Jack Miles, Lynda Carolyn Youngblood, A. D, Winters, Mary V. Wanda Ryman, Dian Arsement, Charles Price, Lucille Vickers, Beverly Stephens, Beverly Sims, Sheffield, Patsy Johnson, Mary Carter, Mollie Walsh, Walter Chatlain, Barbara White, Nelda James, Barbara Lewis, Nona Braquet, Aileen Choate, Larry Fuller. Third row: Carolyn White, Janice Cherry, Doris Keene, Wanda James, Betty Smith, Carolyn Knowles, Joe Woodward, Johnny Richey, Bill Woodward, Lynn Williams, Tommy Thompson, Norman Stehle, Robert Sanders, Bobbie Sue Stewart, Charles Goodwin, Carolyn Pool, Colleen Phelan, Jeanelle Arsement, Ruby Sheffield, Wilhemena Harrnsen, Travis Gibson, Carol Sue Henson, Gaynell LaPoint. Fourth row: Pat l-larvill, Elmer Rode, Wilma Sorrell, Wilda Sorrell, Virginia Newcomb, Arthur Newman, Margaret Leysath, William Sterling, Edward Brown, Arthur Scott, Wesley Jones, Garland Robbins, Norman Dennis, Valex Roy, James Hilton, Edward Bellows, Berthold Spencer, Joe Epps, Pete Hudson, Darnell Arnold, Byron Rienstra, Alex Murray. MR. JACK SWEENEY Director BAND PERSONNEL yu- 1 A ' gimd Qfficefs . ' Quanermasvers f'i I " f . - Pictures are not available for the fol- Y 'V . . . . BA lx ' I lowing due to photograplmc dnfflculties. ' y 'A A Carol Sue Henson, Larry Fuller, Aileen ' l Choate, and Gay Nell LaPoin1. JAMES GLEASON 353 A YT 1 v-1 CHARLES Gooowm DORIS KEENE MARILYN KNOWLES 'INDA LESTER 5 L Z 5 L Y fi RUBY SHEFHELD BEVERLY STEPHENS IMA STURROCK BETTY SWEAT F' 1 l r l LLJCLLLE vlcKERs LINDA WILSON A. c. WINTERS CAROLYN YOUNGBLOOD I09 R E T T E S RUBY SHEFFIELD 1 MARGARET LEYSATH DARNELL ARNOLD '- ll " dll W l 'N 1 lng ,,-, -X 'H "lu, . 3. 9 ' " f o 0 , i . fm., '4- MARCHING BAND I . . , . rl' nv' . . . . 4 , ' 1- 1 - ,ig ,, , 'A A X .,. -6 ..,--LJ I .- D-' 'jf 'gif' ,,v'Jif? , We W!" W Eg 'J ,. ' " -. - ' ',pg3L'-Li .. . . . ' ' 1,1 . ' . ' -.L-J.-.. - -L xl... -'.:.f.a:':a:3:1 5: TEV- f rg 'U' Wvf . 'ti' il-. -X.. ,Yi . 1 L, AVL. if - d t 'A J -.x ' ' H -' '.J ,-:41.y'ig?.? 3'5Q"',:535:hi,5'Q,,g5j2,:1:Q...... 3Q..,.,.,'--.2 I v ' -.. K , , ' .. -4..L,.x. Y ' 't " 'n 'v.'x""' 'gl' 'U f D rv vxn: I ,xfll-.f,lx. 5 rx - . , 54. -.... . UAA. ...-.. .,-.-L...- .P . fb r 5 - .. 1 - 'Y i A x 1 P: L1 J 1 ,A ' 4 J 1 0 v ,J R W' U 44 .Q --,Es 5 Q Q :H :P ' Q v' 511934 K I4 V I ' Y -VY ,: Y:S':.wng.g ,, .1 A, :jg L, G . -' n - K 4 ' 1 1. ,!, -1 h 8-Zliyx .u ",.!'u"f , I. , .xw . ,N X . 1 r - L-'alfa " t':'Ii'5-fw..:. ' .. ' .UR Y' A Y. x.'."f:.? , "gag, ' fn- 5b'?Fvl"55g1L7Pf .sf V- wafi. .,. , ffffo. ry AUTOGRAPHS .gr X955 rv NS oX doo oN Xe! . . marked We begxmimg oi an eve 5 ov We swoems OX NEOERLPKNO YXXGYX. be eoxows weve owoooN weafmq, and showkog Khekv ew an eq 'ooX'xc, dass hogs, oox o,o'xNe Xmowkoq, whexher We were Xkoqei er happy axoom Khekx new Stews-, So Yxomoves were eMmXeX emo 'mg Xhekv new sooefxofxw 'Q xoem u ev deserve wxoee e Yreswoeo weve war mo, vew Yxeve 0 coovse e ovixovs wewe be xomog Xaos o he omov emo vo e xvsx om ew scXXooX yea YN ovge LL The exc te me P nf ep R Of ,he all es fm ln Ofsgllahon ff Ce s r-1-if? I Freshmen, Freshmen, everywhere i -dal "' sqm ,T F ll - .. u , - t . fx J- " , , T . ,,r. e ., . FV? , - , af: '52 KIT 4, , I . --if 3-i 8,9 A '?Q5?Ji4f-5, it ' 4 ffm: Ns, ,K r 9 The Football Boys doing everything but paying attention to the Pep Rallies, -snr -.al " ,fi Mft? 'i ' . , .. . .I ig ff M , ,, ' fl' , .,,y.w1- , .-,V ,tb 3-4, -. Wygf. fy., T,-'sew if . . .Q,,:x,' " U, ,s.,, 4: P3 W 1 L .xl 4 ' if' 'if f-if 4944 . 1 - 4' si ' 1 J. 1 'Ulf P 4,f+ -are The Cheerleaders finding the Pirates' Treasure and giving it to our boys. x , Q Yxaixo e0x 5 XN W XN Vs 6 -Xa0 Q' 'mg x Swee a 0 XM :A+ N6 00 we 5 B064 PN X955 eexdes ov ew . Swckeo 6 X B Xl me . os e . QXX- 5'x ed K0 Q oS 'One Y'iesx0 e exe oomom evee exe one Xcixq nd Xems e0 XNXXQ -5 a OUYGXOGY ea0'N me exe-ed Rx weeks x OCKO it X99 0000 C5 0X0x0a6X X050 20 . xo fend 90 NHS K . .B M9940 new 6 '0e , 'Coe '25 02 K 5 NN ow NO Yew Xo Xkixe. v0ooKx0 osx Xac. - ' 'Mew f30ate oX Keno x1 vkexowkef, xo om medx 3 X saXes, as xNeXX as e ' wax 'sooXxoaXX woo ed Row Vee ' XNYC0 end 6 ep 0006 OxNx0q as os SQ 906 T06 dogs a06 C0aXV-e We CV-O? dfwe-, PN pefxod QJW0 Swdeme, NJ Koxexfxexe vfxkkw swdxee amwowe. of we 'Mex ixme, we aocXxXo0uf0 NN 6 we C0ee0eadexs wade We meek o ' ' Q, 5-Xixks we mom wppeu Ko 1 E . ii f + 1 5 L KX' GPPT nf. A9 K ,. ft Q L aXYxes, a0 304 e0Xe0ax0x0 X YG RooKxoaXX 2 UP In fh E balcon I A BI Coe ark Ch and e Y h Yi p Rallye Ililps er Day xl. f 'iff + 1. STK ' r I5 A V 1I".. .1 J 41' ,.. Q, 4-1.,lt rt. wx Y 'uv 'fe Q- 9 Q 4 -M Q ., I i. ,,, . ' A ' 4 .y Eve ry 1 Ype of nude nr Th b e band 'rds had Y eve vie a W 14" A 1 HIEKT ' "1 S5 l I ' 3 f l ' gl M I it . 34 1.23 teresfed in School Spirit Different places, but still the same, unconcerned faces firl .1 P-541 rw JK M" .-rfuur ky Pl U1 'r x Im 4, 40 3 ' W' Url-Jim: Han Hrllnkl Illrrrtnlbn xx CROP Sure, we'll pose for a picture anything to help 14 , :nw Of course you've seen them before thaT's right, the Annual Staff, faking time out af the Houston Workshop X955 OU! XXCYJEDDERSZ Xxere n wxxXn xx ONXECQNX NG prograna X Qxxyxxxes wnxm began Tnursday nxgxrx wxXXn a 'E5onXxre 'x e rownxng rss Y'Xar-ne XXxxs was 'roXXowed Xoy a oownXown arade and Pep X2aXXy Xirx ay eyenxng and xne yxcxorxous garrxe Yrxo-ay nx Xn ax wX'xxcXx e o a y was recognxzed 'ro owxng 'xnax ere was Saxuroay rxxgXa a Banguer Xaonorxng e Senxors a eyenx was concXucXecX Sun a eyenxng Xxe owes OX cvxxlens araxxon or a s was gxyerx xNxxXx Open x'Xouse Xne X Xaxs Koo a greax dea Xxe ccasxon every pa e C, en no naorxwenx or yeryo I NX o Y OX usxrx oy o b ff, Xas prxo axnx Xor as use -- NN96 urrxp truck p xxrrxe xX'xaX was ay axXabXe w XXfxxs w as VXONXECONXXNG Hr' ..was ,acX",X'X X ...ai day o a ' " 'X ' ,X ' ' and Xfr C ' K oi NX' . ' X9 'oX . , . . ,Q X . rn X2 y xx ' , xx ' xn a Q saaxax. ' x, ' rn ' ' .XX1e gaX C3 y ' ' Xd ax x Xx " . 'x ' XQ X o'r prep ' , and X ' X o A , p r uxxer, X oder, CX , ' , ,a e ne's '.xFJ y X - ' . 13:7 . W , . ff -'AJ 'In ,gf .Sx, ' vlllggisffjgy 37 Q I 1 y H, 4' E: . X Q 1, P 7 3: . ". J ' ' S! ' J, y lt s W Q-'SWL FF lf-, 1 s P , xX'xe one-ss2SS axura - Qxease Wy was XO 'x'xrs'x worfiouu w'rXaK K0 wee Qne wore- ' SHXRLEY C bexxevc yxtxdhhafdxy 5 9 was THEAM Fooraaxx SWEE row 'lg 1 I QW was C GXO SS lnpxpwi II8 NA ne5 Color, excitement, and Al 'r , ' 4",,1k' M". -"'ef"1, -"""1"v!1I-,ni 4 if -, .1- victory! A " ' o xofdx X T ex we KW Wcawiex. 13 yO9'w SXNOOA Q A N G 'Ove Our Band led The parade r.fl .Z fg"?m. iv:-v -J 1 and how that Panther did burn! ..- xr. Q ,X .A Ji t II9 -, 5 i955 1 NX Cx Q . N ' i I x, The TEAM Sports Announcer, AUBREY LEWIS, interviewing DAVID JOHNSON at one of the Pep Rallies given on the radio. 5 ' US X, for Weslaco Ill' , Y,- :XX + I I V 4 f SL QF The PEP SQUAD and The BAND rf. . ,f-7' i E- i K 5' I I I . u ' ' 1 X iw' I' P ' ' : in -613: , , f . fu' . -x ' X ' - :A -' P .. K- ! ' . A I, 1 S' N' ,V ur -. 1 'Q i'f'-Q KI Chrxsmwas Spin' Jus? like the Marines, THEY were everywhere. X956 New ackxv mes 1 resema PXNUPRY bro Q a wew yea and many Eask '0oaX games he seXecKxon oi Nededand -5 e xsmcx 'LSB IAA weekheavk Comest vaxsm o xmee, sewn peamns ak he dances and movxes Ween the Ladxes ff he we o und io he arc home games vw s onsormq a ex e spmkm voXXe4baX ame xoeX e ?acuXN and be Semor GMS aucuomrxg ooX'oaXX VXBYGYS vaxse mone o e Semov XXexfoaXX xoumamems nd me omg Semo S Vo GX XOVESY Twp Dramaxxcs CMJ 5 QYXX X Y x e X ,K ' 'ep - ' Rvth D" - S ,UQ R 5 rx NX hiib' by 'Q x ad Q ' ' ',a0d Void "Q Xg ' oi To X ' ' " ok 'v? Ko' xfirm ' ' , ,a X -awakxed ' X. me '. N WA g'x'.p X xv 'X x" W x X And Hsallo Pi ng Gleasom AX is C apfain .xxx X1 x 'e 3 Cx 'mx X Mo n 5 . ev nj-?envor5 rgeegnoney Y W ed ' The Yheir mere eve mom? gn n Sell- Y, In 9 NNOW terriwinwhat Sm g 'aCk'9?"I bid for l22 xx X x x Yhis ,.zf f bu, mostly I K 'XJ -'I -x F K Beverly's peddling her peanuts iii 44 .M Us 6 "Now don'1 you snap that! i N 1 't' D. X 5.. fixing -. ff -. eadies go! steadies There's profit as well as satisfaction in farming K X956 X4 and Mm wsx om 'Q Hote cxKe Cam VEBRUPQN .was conskao W M o wow e oovoa avxquex e wx e ose R eaumon, rx event awa 5 acke wah un nd ex r0e0.Theo be an e a race If e xievem dasses o have Xhek candk a e Wm e K'xKXe XL S EMU" . . . e week o pak assevNoX'xes and the vet fm 'WKQCY o " u ,bu ,bu f' . . .wen efloro ' Cevemonkes and Y5aX WYHQYN dxmaxed the comes . oXow- X at was e D'xsKr'xc,K '16 PX Comes XNYNKCYX was heXd Our comeemam won. K OUY 'mg sd0ooX '24 CU . Pld' s Court 55 IQ X wg. il 'J ll l'll rem ' 8 IU5t a mber it fn omen ' Y," 'EN 1 A J VEST follow Qglgng iothe nsil gm A -. -1 H. i This FFA Program' 1 5 A lot of fUH, 4- l,Aw-. . NYS A 3 4 4. - - -. ,,.q, -4... .. -. - .4. nv, 4, ,, I 4 f i 1 f A a u "' was ,,,L..3-- ,, mr- Hard at work in -' 'f-Je- f..v ...ul-' We CHEERLEADERS' work room A faculty member does his version of the modem day teachers' waltz OUR Freshmen NXPRCYX N956 was crammed w'xXh 'xfhpovkam happeximgs w'xXh Kh ' Prom and Swdem EXec.K'xohs shafmq, xhe spov vesx CMO Rh Beauvhom a XsXahds. The uccess 8 xox hav h Se 'v a s COX v Sen Xhe Som ah ax swa Buhko - eXd ax SQ Xhe ' huaX sxevs as h 0 hxs 60 med po Yxqhk Xhe Pvom w 'xo Xhe sekfxhq ox to wake X Soexew was 06 any UWQGXXUQS, Xack and GOX 6 xheh and was Buhkors weak ah o . . . Xhe NaK'xohaX Hohov EXecX'xohs were heXd . . . speeches, Q and skgh boavds, Cheedeadev xvqouks, B COONIGOXAXOOS, voimg, wkxh Xhe votkhq, machkoes, 30 Ahe vewms. 'SNAHONAL UR 5051511 UF o r Mew' 1 313, Y ' 'Lg .'g' ,f Al' N -3 g . ' 1 11' ,z l kk ff' k X ' V. Www" . 2 5 r 'x , X' -'OyxOeah.S0"vf xosaexi PNN ' I HOHH H Yo ' YQ U know f?f,'ea"v sh . Ouldr-V1 h ave , and what expla, one In ' y dem Cs 5 heou idiouf Q I f Y. Uncil pu' 5, mem u ber A' P V' an 'ft . ? - 1 .,1- ,gl 1 ,f f I . P ' hxendsbx xx- J efked Coming out of the Chute fl , ,A The candidates are at the One Way Traffic in the voting room, other end, camera hounds Please Somebody won ww U7 " mg" . . . dem X956 Maxx 5, NMS. W served and ' wax Mme, The nder- . and Week rems av and ' hom We as ' wmp the Sm as away Schod was ob We pa durmq ak Law We U Yke ww 'Ms Pubhc hoax ko er Day NCS be x m'xiuX g 'X was A0 Care X XX wow ex bea et Yue Coxmcx ok part x ' OE wha X our mo AY No Q KGSX. move Ko an xdea eXeckec LDO R ON con Se dassrfxen gok exk ?aXX. We 5 O2 Xhem XO Fx BEACON BEF g'xonaX and We a K Senkovs n and 'dures ' as Xudg ammaX A League em Xo Re reseme . SGYXX QX e oi We Way W opkmon YwoXasXxc X X1 was p Our memovabw Sem as-Q Xmevsc 'ov P a I 35 1.ii:, Q 'iait- P. S Y 10,0 Q' G F la H' 1 . r' sn 'V-23, WELL PHRHETEF I fm, L H y.-,gi A aw Oh Council, Rah' M ALL TY Pan of ,hi 5 Hdo A -lf. Yourselfu Cr Eze Thafls hard on Pianos N X I lit V 1 I Yes sir, We grow 'em pretty! I believe it has something or other to do with shoes. N 1 r I It F s 491- "VL P Yesterday they ted the chicken, today, the roles are reversed. I K' v., Lg. rr W . ,. V' 591' - ,,,f , i ? "Please finish paying on your Annual." V qi SNK f5 X QM X Q5 5 X I 30 ,ffyiendu Deputy Mo On MPN T956 . was hor and happy. The Yrrne Tor pTcn'rcs and ourrng derdassnaen warched wnh enyy as The Senrors 'Xokng 'rn a caravan rashkon ror Xhe'rr s Rerurns ok The BEACON rs Day program T'rnaXs. S. The un OX bur ke Tera . hono Tor Teh the scho annuaT CTass Prcnkc ar La BEAUTY Conresr rknahy arnyed. The was a great success . . . Tr was Thar nrne ro crarn The schooT Kerrn was near an end, and eyen more orranr Ko vnany, GRFDUP-TTON hrne was upon u-5. or our a week eany and rhey returned ncevnenk Excerckses, Tour soon sesskon, 'our rather, robabXy .Wop 'rors Q Cornrne racrkce e Tor p ' h'rp. The Sen racnce Tor 'r was nor a p o Rn one pTac T cornpanrons W Ty Ko p KYNBX r er'n'oXe ars o on l the rrrne carne r '56 was ass rne XweXye ye l-ge Sis K Gass o her so ,., The the 'rne a Task rr 47 T. .I 71-1 'v' '6- 5 1 V 'Ja I2 3 ,think we'H . lust gray out here today 5' 1 45.2. Q. ' 4 1 W 'rifr .IA 'QP' A I -,., ' an- Senior boys talk ing with thei' ff al.. Aim, ' R U ' In . eafy for Un U' 1- 2 Sgr x fine! X. Q-gf' 'WF Everybody wants to help S ' I I rf' 5. r- W-, fb K. The library is in sudden demand , ' au li- I , W ' g M Q I There they go! Y i Joe receives an award l32 k 1 yr , ..- Magi, B Jim delivers his speech And so, good-bye! The time is near ff 1 I av' f F' I sf' L X ! nA,LlJ, Y V gb . f W . 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' ""':l"f 1 5 f 3S in?W " " 553, 'L+-' ,551 if Fnrst row Cole Wulluams Gary Thacker Van Perkins George Eusenmann Tommy Holland Lynn Concuenne Second row Ronald Brown Jimmy MacElwee Leon Fuller Herbert Adkms Bruce Lutchfueld Jerry Askew Davrd Johnson Thurd row Raymond Anstead Gordon Buffmgton Larry Fuller Donald Adknns Don Chandler Donald Jacobs Jack Hawthorne Harold Woods Fourth row Bob Sturrock Tommy Hanna Larry Ward Percy Sanderson Kenneth Spencer Raymond VanAuken Jnmmy Wnllls Leonard Papama Upper rught TRI CAPTAINS Lan 'W'- NJ' 4 JACK HAWTHORNE LARRY WARD LEON FULLER l35 - mg L - - l , -q -,r ' T' I- ' l - 'TI7 1 "' . .I "' 1 1" l "" -- - W ' :X 'QL I - Y 1- ,. - ' , - 'Q dy 'Q' f N Q N ' Hp r V Q , V, , ' " F 62 f ' 'L L X W N Q - --. j, ,- X K- , A 1 -I LF , -4-.es 3, N554 Q E V--' j --J T 4, , 1 by f 'L wt L J, . , , 5 f kd 3, .Nh . , . . ,V -. '--I , S X ll A . .- f7,gj"e f ,I , ll! 1 ' ax , . , "fy, - x .M gn-4 V ,y '- lr ' r. 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Q. , T ,pi J F.-. -4.- ' .- ,, ' ' , .1 ' . ' ..': . Y V . - .fl ,rv -.. 1 .l '-.- 5 lj - -L: M .' -. ,wr " --Y' ' , ., - - ' , , , 1 . rf, Q1,r,wi'A h?f'fl1 "i"i".15'. A ' ' 3 lv. . 't?J"f l .- ' ' 5" LM" ln' l"' "'3'. 5 A '15 " " ' ., ff QL' 'A -- H" :?!i'5.-'-LJ?-7 va 7' 1 1-3-rf.-'ni' " -' - ' l' ' ,"'l" 'i 'iw-Wei ,Z ' "if, .Lf L 'h"3T"' 'ff 'ff' fa. . - 1 , ' , , ' , ' ' , , H H D . .,,,. , I Ii . J , 'I , , , X.. 6 ' , V 1: ' l , F - y l 1 -. r Q"""' ' 1' ' . I I N 1' 0 I Bulldogs Scalp lndians 34-6 The '55-'56 football season opened at Bulldog Stadium September 9. The Canines took an impressive victory over their ancient rival, the Indians from Port Neches. lt was one of the most exciting games of the sea- son. The Bulldogs opened up its scoring spree in the first quarter. At the end of the first quarter the canines had scored three times on three passes. Nederland's scoring started when Larry Ward intercepted a Falgout pass on the Indian ll. On the next play Perkins passed to Ward for the first score. Jack Hawthorne, Nederlands outstanding center set up the next tally by blocking LeBoeuf's punt on the Indian 36. With 31l5 left in the opening stanza, Perkins passed to Leon Fuller for the tally. The final TD came on a pass from Perkins to Ward. Tommy Holland kicked three successful extra points. The quarter ended with the score 21-O. Port Neches' score came in the opening minutes of the second half. Capping off a 53-yard drive, LeBoeuf carried it over from the 2. LeBoeuf's attempt to run the PAT failed. The canines' final tally came in the final period when Leon Fuller carried it over on a ten yard surge. Johnson leads play as Perkins makes yardage. I36 4.-l-n . ' tice sC0fel n Indian. U10 Brown Comes 'rl O Sight before lndian massacre. Bulldogs Defeat Jasper 34-6 The red hot Nederland Bulldogs rolled over the Jasper Bulldogs 34 to 6. Once again the canines went to the air for its second win of the year. Nederland's first score came in the opening quarter on a pass from Per- kins to Eisenmann in the end zone. HoIland's kick was wide. ln the opening minutes of the second quarter Sanderson passed ll yards to Gary Thacker for the second score. The third score came when Sanderson passed to end Larry Ward. Three minutes later fullback Donald Adkins galloped 67 yards and the touch- down. Jasper's lone touchdown came in the closing minutes of the third quarter. The try for point was blocked by Jack Hawthorne. -n FP Bulldogs Thrash Shamroclcs 40- I4 The mighty Nederland Bulldogs slashed through their third straight vvin by defeating Bishop Byrne Shamrocks 110-l 4. With one minute left in the first period, Percy Sanderson passed T3 yards for the first score. Holland's kick vvas good. After a score by Byrne the Bulldogs returned the kickoff to the Byrne 28. On the first play from scrimmage Sanderson again passed to Ward for the score. With 8:23 left in the third period Sanderson slid off tackle for the third score. Sanderson added the fourth score with a 56-yard slash through the middle. Lynn Concienne and Larry Ward added the other scores. -Bulldogs, Greenies Tie O-0 The Nederland Bulldogs and the South Park Greenies fought to a score- less tie in a non-conference game. The game proved the strength of the two teams' defenses. A grueling battle to the finish, both teams gave 48 minutes of one of the hardest fought games of Nederland's football history. Alert pass defense held the Bulldogs scoreless throughout the game. Up until South Park the Bulldogs' strength was displayed in its passing attack. Nederland Blanlrs Kir'-vin 33-0 Nederland defeated Kirwin to keep its undefeated record clean. It was Nederland's fourth victory of the season after being tied by South Park the week before. Donald Adkins tallied Nederlands 1 X.. '. A . - , v .N uw,- Adkins gains against Bucs. first marker after the Bulldogs recovered a fumble on the Kirwin l2. Adkins crashed over from the one and Holland added the point. Sanderson passed 20 yards to Ward for the next score and Holland again added the point. Sander- son again added a six-pointer on a four yard blast. In the third quarter, Sanderson scored from 25 yards out and Holland converted. Adkins scored the final tally on a pass from Holland. Eisenmann picks up blocks as he rounds end. Hanna, McElwee move in to stop Kirwin option play Sanderson advances against Wildcats. period Leon Fuller capped a 40-yard drive by crashing over from 6 yards out. The lone Touchdown in The Third quarter was a 3-yard plunge by Sanderson ending a 70-yard drive. Sturrock counTed Tor The Bulldogs in The Third on a 3-yard plunge capping off a 60-yard drive. A 43-yard pass from Perkins To Larry Ward counTed Tor The lasT marker in The Third canTo. Holland converted aTTer both Touch- downs. Lynn Concienne capped a 70-yard Neder- land drive wiTh a l2-yard smash over righT guard To close out Bulldog scoring. Bulldogs Smash Tigers 73-6 The Bulldogs made it Two in a row by defeating The Silsbee Tigers 73-6. Nederland kicked off To Silsbee buT They were Torced To punt. The Bulldogs nabbed The ball on The Tiger 40 and rushed iT To The 29. Three plays later Fuller crossed The double sTripe. Holland's kick was good. Silsbee Took The nexT kick-off on Their own Bulldogs Smash CaTs l4- l2 The Bulldogs made Their Louisiana debut This year wiTh a vicTory over The Lake Charles WildcaTs. ln The opening period Percy Sanderson went around end for the Tirst score. Holland kicked The point. ThroughouT The game The Bulldogs had TumbleiTis. Fullback Bob Sturrock scored The next canine Touchdown with a 20-yard plunge Through The middle. Bulldogs S+omp Vidor 40-6 The Nederland Bulldogs defeated The Vidor PiraTes 40-6 To open iTs disTricT slaTe. Scoring began in The Tirst quarTer when Perkins passed To end Jim Willis who was waiting in The end zone. LaTer in The same ,ll Lineman Brown carries pigskin. 20 and ran iT back To Their 27. The Tigers losT The ball on downs on Their own 26. Donald Adkins wenT for another TD from There. Hol- land converTed again. The Bulldogs kicked off again and The Tigers losT The ball on their 26 by a fumble. Three plays laTer Holland scored The TD. His conver- sion was good. Adkins ran for The nexT score and Holland's kick was no good. Adkins scored The next, Holland The nexT Two, Lynn Concienne The nexT and Holland The next. ln The fourth sTanza, Leonard Papania and Jimmy McElwee went over for Two more TDs. Holland's kick was good on The laTTer. Ward, Hawthorne and Eisenmann stop Tiger ball carrier. Bulldogs Pluck Eagles I9-2 The Bulldogs played their tightest game of the season against the Port Acres Eagles in Yellow Jacket stadium. The Bulldogs had a very slow start. It was not until the second quarter that the Bulldogs scored. After failing to score on good opportunities, Van Perkins threw a short pass to halfback Percy Sanderson and he raced 115 yards to pay dirt. Hol- land's kick was wide, and at the end of the half, the score stood 6-0, Nederland. In the third quarter the Eagles took to the air but failed to score. After taking the ball over on downs, Perkins threw a f long pass to end Larry Ward. After con- 4f...u "Q-I. sistent gains by both Bob Sturrock and Leon Fuller, Fuller crossed the stripe. After V "s a bad pass by Jack Hawthorne from cen- Eisenmann Cages in Eagle ter, he ran, picked up the ball and made the point. The officials ruled the ball dead. Early in the final quarter, Bob Sturrock powered his way to Nederland's last touchdown. Tommy l-lolland's kick was good. Bulldogs Nip Liberty 4l -6 The Nederland Bulldogs defeated the Liberty Panthers to win the district championship. Opening the first quarter, Leon Fuller carried the ball over for the first score. Following this it was the Bulldogs all the way. Sanderson followed up Fuller with the second score. Holland scored the next touchdown after setting it up himself, The next touchdown came on a I5-yard scamper by Sanderson. After the ball changed hands twice Van Perkins threw a short pass to end Larry Ward in the end zone. The last touchdown came on a triple handoff. Perkins took the pass from center and pitched out to Sanderson. After running into trouble Sanderson flipped the ball to Bob Sturrock. Seeing he was un- able to make it, he passed the ball off to Donald Adkins who covered the final 70 yards. Sanderson evades Panther. Mr. Willis aids Bulldog cause. - . T . fffi'5z'v- Q ' . '. rf- f C' I -'I - A ",,. f ' ','J-.j'M,f.! I x 5' i I w, gif" ia. 'kan X Bulldogs Defeat Lamarque I4-0 The Nederland Bulldogs defeated the LaMarque Tigers to give the Bulldogs the Bi-District champion- ship. The first Nederland touchdown came in the initial period vvhen Harold Woods recovered a Tiger fumble on the LaMarque 43. After Sanderson, Stur rock, and Fuller moved the ball, Holland passed 27 yards to Jimmy Willis to set up the score. Fuller crashed over the score, and Holland converted. The second Bulldog tally came with 9:15 left in the first half. It again was Sanderson and Fuller, aided by a run by Donald Adkins on a handoff from Perkins that went for T5 yards and set up the score. Adkins added four, Perkins tacked on five on a keeper play, and then Adkins went the remaining six for the touchdown. Holland again converted. Although being out-weighed man for man, the Bulldogs proved to have drive and determination in defeating the Tigers 14-O. This win gave the Bulldogs the right to move into the regional game with Rufugio. 6 Bulldogs Smash Bobcats 2l 6 if v...-1 ,fm 'I 'itz I-4 O The Nederland Bulldogs playing near perfect football defeated the Refugio Bobcats 216 in the regional playoff After a scoreless first period the Bulldogs marched from their own 20 to score the first touchdown of the game Holland kicked the point The Bobcats took the ball on the opening kickoff of the second half but were unable to move and had to punt Jack Hawthorne blocked the punt and Harold Woods recovered the ball for the Bulldogs on the Refugio lo. Donald Adkins carried the ball over from six yards out and Holland again added the point to put Nederland in the lead l4-O with 8:30 left to play in the third period. Two minutes and five seconds later Jim Willis intercepted a pass giving the Bulldogs the ball on the Bobcats 25. Refugio drew a T5-yard penalty and Nederland had the ball on the lO. Then Adkins slipped through left guard to give the Bulldogs their third and final touchdown. Holland again added the extra point. Refugios only tally came in the fourth quarter when end Ed Clarkson stole a pitchout from Van Perkins and raced 92 yards without being touched. MANAGERS ,Qs . -1 . ...Q-I P i' ,'. A -..'JaV " mini' 9122" , -, . . -., PETE HARDY DONALD NORTON A. D. WINTERS WENDELL RADFORD Bulldogs Bow to Panthers 26-7 The Nederland Bulldogs lost is quarter-final game to the Weslaco Panthers. It was Nederland's third year in a row to get to the quarter-finals and the third time to be defeated. After an exchange of the ball on fumbles, Nederland had to punt and Weslaco returned the punt to the 40. Lackey made 4 yards and then passed to end Pemelton for the score. Lackey's kick was wide. This was the first time in the year that the Bulldogs had been behind. Nederland received the kickoff and made two first downs moving to their own 46. Here Weslaco intercepted Perkins' pass and ran 56 yards for Weslaco's second TD. Jim Willis blocked the try for point. Midway in the second period Weslaco recovered a Nederland fumble on their own T8-yard line. Later they scored. At halftime Weslaco led T9-O. Tommy Holland intercepted a pass to set up Nederland's lone TD. The Bulldogs moved the ball to the Weslaco I7-yard line. On a fourth down pass Ward went over for the score. ALL DISTRICT in T T- WT...-at ll I x- if ee -rr or 7' T ,FQ 3, sos STURROCK l42 PERCY ALL STA TE 'Y I X .... LARRY WARD JACK HAWTHORNE f' , .A 1 ,,, A HEBERT ADKINS -.,,, ,S Reserve Letterman Q 1 uf QA 11 U 1 sf'-its 1 1. ,F ...M A , hu ,gf :gays 1' M ef. x isx' , "ff" .' on 'U ,fi U. w 5 l Y get M 'QB X if 'X fe .ff T4 5 , , A.. fiff 3 'Cf V va, "ich-ax-fax-1 C .--Q'-wif-'L -QA -as I , KENNETH BORDONARO I I an Back One-Year SeniOr Reserve Letrerman DON CHANDLER Tackle One-Year Sophomore Letterman f I an-1?0iPrW 'Q' ., QL. ' 5 no f , n -, 4 v Yfgi LYNN CONCIENNE 1 Back f One-Year Junior Reserve Letterman GEORGE EISENMANN Back Three-Year Senior Letterman A L f in LARRY FULLER Guard One-Year Junior Letterman LEON FULLER Back Two'Year Senior Lenerman Ax 4: TOMMY HANNA L ' End H One- Year Jumor Reserve Letterman ' JACK HAWTHORNE Q Center Two Year Senior Letterman Q Aflmfrtfr as .7 Honorable Mention Y ' Affsmrp 55 K 1 -fs' ' -Y al A r ,X TOMMY HOLLAND Back V Two-Year Senior Letterman K, DONALD JACOBS 11 A Center . Afvll One-Year Senior . N . ' J. ,N fd 'V Reserve Letterman 'Yfjf . 'CH aff? :L A S T L 4 "v hiss" , ar. 1.'-w,1. 'apr :Lt 33 ff ' A 'nAQ1+l.xc: ,S T uw' 'lt .j"', V. f , 41 ' . A" '. K , L '?'lxi-.1a:04' 2 .L 455--Ylfzt.:-'ir 'fm- 3 ' l if , . I DAVID JOHNSON Guard One-Year Senior Letterman 2 '81 BRUCE LITCHFIELD Center One-Year Senior Reserve Letterman MMAAY MCELVVEE LENORD PAPANIA Back Badf One-Year Senior On9'Ye5V Junior Reserve Lefrernwan R95e'Ve Letterman 0 Y g'i f 'V .' bf-.ny :rl I -1 K. 1 'I ' . .-.-.1 .' 6' X W' , - , mt' SX xv- K 5 ROBERT RICHEY Guard One-Year Sophomore Reserve Letterman PERCY SANDERSON Back Four Year Sensor Letterman AHDrsrr1cf 55 VAN PERKINS Back One-Year Junior Lenerman KENNETH SPENCER Tackle One Year Junuor Letterman us X' v. -ni.. 1? 1"4 x , X f ie.. V f ...M Mr 1,- f 1 C ax :Rai Q' ,I ,xl . I A ,I 2 , X.-,Il JIMMY WILLIS End One-Year Senior Letterman HAROLD WOODS Tackle One-Year Senior Letterman AII'DistriCt 55 I xr . u VCE. ' .' 4'- 1955-56 "B" SQUAD First row: Everef Litchfield, Kenneth Bordonaro, Donald Metreyeon, J. D. Quarles, Gene Frazier, Harmon Miller, Second row: Mike Radcliff, Ronnie Bernard, Donald Sims, Tommy Batchelor, Jack Manning, Third row: William Berlin, Jerry Singleton, Norman Dennis, Bruce Litchfield, Leon Mosely. ,I 1 W FOCTBALL ACTION Q14 'Ni YN-I ! g , 5 1' Agflon m pep rally Sanderson garns In Liberty scrap Ward gains against Refuglo. Adkins advances on Tigers. .Q--10,335 vlzailfi " ' r 2 Ng 3, 1, ,- A t K I ' 9 Q AL! 'S 1 5-T' V, X Y - ,pal I ,Q 'wr I i f -' W Nb .- 1 I Ward and Spencer go for ball carrier, Halftime instructions. Q A 5 3 , I Q A.: f ,,,,f rl. 1 I - I ff ' " ' I vb ' , L A . , ' M , 4 Q 4 .QQ ,isgll - 11" : M., . Y x48 5 ' ' , 4 1 2.-h A 'fill' ' " 41,3-I , ns. ?bg,xI , ,. Q .., .' , Qty ,Y 5' I Nh' f . . l.. atv, 2'5" 4 i 1 1 '3 ya r' l50 al TIA O Q Q 1 Y 4 61:2 A av?-gg. Left To rrght Merry Hudson Dell Davrs Connre LeBlanc Becky Sparks Cynflma Lubera Pat Hardy Jer: Johnson Inset mascot Cynthua Lubera 1 if J ., -N bg Y: w ts ,. ,,,, ' '1' hh L. f .. 1. ggaqw 1- vw-vw ..--.1 .. ? ,L- xv' Left to rlghf Merty Dell Connie Cynthia Becky Pal err QV "4 maj IU? ' in . r - 1 . x v -. ci ,' - s- ' . Q -. , ,,. - vfl , Q y Q D 1.514 'ik ,V ii , QQ! 'fl I N f-1 t ' 3 . ,-rf' ,Q ag jf ',..-5u'!q, 'X A 4 4 ?'- wi 3 1 ', ,Q ..,- .aww rj. r- r 1-'P ,rl ,,.:,.Zfn+4 1 In I, wifi' 11,71 - V l-nh. H E .. In Ar. :Emi ,f . . f.. . -- U V t, X, I V . . ,H ,. I H , xp' A I I. ' ' g - , V - Y 3 ,' - - . r ' 1' ,. " ly 7'-..frfQ :U ' Q.. , Q- V. I .V VI I 'f. '44-..' 'e ', an .' , w ' r ' 'xe'."4', 'rf 1 fv. - ' . ' ' . nf r ' A .i .1, e-,, . 'fur . I M ll. -,jul I V ,f l J 1. . I f .1 K , ' -I A 1 1 K . , 44 , 1 WWI, : - 4 1 - ' P . 1 -, 1:-'fmff f . , V, , fc' ., A - W' .2-ffm fxf I ' , I K - "T ,Q ' . .w -. -, 4-l - . , " . . ' ,4'3,! . , . 1 f f V - N l r , ,- : r . . 'iirbunwvm 9 l - ..- 14. . H' , , 5. 1: Y Q ffl, Y ., . F ,T -, .5 , 1 K i ' f ' I I K , I ! ' Q '- I '-"J X. Q , Y, X 1 -- ,. K ,y D II' 4 - ' i ' l we rf' ' '--.-. ..-' .:1"h .,II..T'- M .', QT 'e- ll" xg , In . , -A ..,, .f1 ., A -,, X 'l ' , " A lk 'U -1.11 BUZZDQGS li DELL DAVIS PAT HARDY MERTY HUDSON CONNIE LEBLANC Head Cheerleader tb X 1- 1-1 Q 5 BECKY SPARKS JERI JOHNSON .cn CJ - O IJULL THE 1955 56 DISTRICT CHAMPS 'QM V992 all Front row Ga y Thacker Hebert Adk ns Je ry Askew Lar y Fuller Lynn Conc enne Second ro Manager Charles Hanna Roger Renst a Pete Gotche Jack Man g Jess Poulson Go do B ftngton Manager Pete Hardy Th rd ro Van r s To ny Ho lan Larr Wa Kenneth Spence J nmy W Il George Ese ann Top arg left Coach Emmett MacKenze Top margn rght Coach Claude Glson Nededand Nededand Nededand Nededand Nededand Nededand Nededand Nededand Nededand DISTRICT SCHEDULE Port Acres Sulsbee Lrberty Vldor Port Acres Snlsbee Llberty VldOr Webster The Bulldogs had a very prosperous season thus year All through the year the Bulldogs showed and proved the superlornty ofthe club Coach Emmett MacKenz1e's qunntet stormed through :ts ten game season wlth ease The canunes played the Webster Wlldcats an the bu dustrlct game un MacArthur gym an Beaumont Desplte the hard effort dlsplayed by the bulldogs the Wnldcats came out victor . 8251 I :l,,, 1 .L " Vw iff, x ' - w-qfidfg' l ' , , xx , f .tl T l X l V 'S , X LK f , T A X- if f ff J "7 . 2.4 Q ' ww' '53 K x rr I A V ,, . li wzl lPe kin , mtl l cl,l l y rd, V U r,l ir V i is, 79 52 86 ' ,,,, 37 67 ' 5l 77 ' 52 67 ,,,, 43 93 ' 55 79 ' 47 75 ' , , 63 57 , 70 31'-13' I 11" r 1 f . I pu lr: 3 off: ' x1 GEORGE EISENMANN TOMMY HOLLAND Guard One-Year Senior 7 aj. KENNETH SPENCER Center One-Year Junior All-District H!! Jess Pouison, Guard Two'Year Senior l " 'Q ll? it -QV' Q 3 VAN PERKINS Haw Guard One,Year Junior .. 'iQ " off- H -Mn . Y - X E0 "N-, As fi vi ""', Lg, L I 1 LARRY WARD JIMMY WILLIS Forward Forward Two-Year Senior One-Year Senior All-Disrricf All-Stare ' 'B " SQUAD -e f- I I W ij ' 'fi I I xxx Pete Gotcher Jerry Askew, Larry Fuller Gary Thacker, Lynn Concienne J K Gordon Buffington, Jack Manning Roger Riensffawy Heben Adkins l53 . x E 'ao Z . D" 0 , A W' LU ' - ii . .. x 1 144, . , X .4 I ,il I U . ..f,f b A , - ,.-. . ..,... N Us k 'iff fl hr """F" ii,, FJ" WI I 1956 TRACK TEAM . pf, Ji: - ' . '41 w , J ' 'T 1 s J I . ' I V I. - x . 5 ' V, . 9 jig, . 3., . ,rf tv. . 1 :' if - if ' -, . V 'S al ... hifi., A - ' I - - A .rv I 1 I--r ' 3 W' ' 38? ' , y ' 'I' 5 'H ' ' ' 1 I .5 r ,L I . 9 f 1 1 ,NAB " ' . 'l .IE l 2 A f . 3163.-. . . 11 ,Q t f s V Q L 4 'Q i .i- 'xx W ' ,V 'fl 'K 5: X' ' ' .4 ' ' J 'l ' .gg q , v. v: 2- Q 4 L ,J xii, ' ' A l '- ' 4' ' v ,'J " r , . . L, ,K J 'nz ' l R , R . Q ' ' ' NJ 7 N' 'fl' 'L-.via ' .11 ' l J R . - L ,l ' " ' 4-"4 ,i i X I I A 1 l . .fr I- .' , . , .M .gs-M 1 ' fJ . M-gg. V - i P5 .H A . .. fX"s,.g , " 'Q- , .- ,L A ,n N V n h D A - I, , Y . . -. . h r ,. I ,x 3 M A an -' . . -v 4 L . A ' R A X L . . ,. L -1 1 V 'fl' v1"-'f'.',z,i.- ad .fL'5'? 5'-'V 1" ' 1 ' A " J 6 'f'if,f' f 1. L,j?'L.,2f""JQ.-.yf4'3Y iii- ,nxt , 5 '54 F. A, A 50. A .V 1 , it-rig R 'RV' ' A ' QA' ,'-1.35-f,' 'llftxzfl' A. ',,Q-wall '.--' ' f . r +.g', ,. l g .4"' '.-,I-35 A' ' ' , . A. . ' ' t . . ., , . f ILT 1. N f 'f 'fill' if. Z..eg'7:f7'u 11,35-'s. Front row: Lynn Concienne, George Eisenmann, Hebert Adkins, Maurice Ross, Tommy Holland, Jimmy Love, Mike Radcliff, Leon Fuller. Back row: Bruce Litchfield, Roger Rienstraw, Kenneth Spencer, James Riley Jerry Dowden, Larry Ward, Donald Adkins, James Street, Jack Hawthorne. Top right: Coach Wilson. 1 . 1 ,. i ,W A l ' L' s O J if ln ' .0 FW, - l f r-,P ' . 7 A .':'Q J w ,N ' isfyxx, - J! if C l v 9' u " fl 1. 'I S9 If L ls, ' v 3 N gun.-: T' ty ' 4 . H fm , i , A J A I i .... l R l I Q 5 , ,,,, . DONALD ADKINS JERRY DOWDEN KENNETH SPENCER TOMMY HOLLAND I56 H 1 '- 4' 5 A . . ,..?f'4l" I lx ef. , , .Ty-1, I Q K 1 D J' . , . 'QV gb Z., Y 49,5 .. l , v H ' , g t ,QC- . 1 Q, 3 ff. .. ...Q ' , X 1 t I -.. ., LYNN CONCIENNE JAMES RILEY HEBERT ADKINS JACK HAWTHORNE . Rails - , K- . ' . . if H .if ' as-,at ff-at Q ' as , 1 , ,Hg 'J' FEES," "--u- ' -. is Y C' .. 'S , 3-Q 14t.g,f'.ip-4' .- e-'5zf5.g gf' , -sr, gi 3 . v "J-fits' -'S' ff.. , -. 1? 1'--fast at 9" ' """'5"' 5' -'- " "J 'XY' 1. pu it' ,,"' :E -1.26, avr? 4 J." I 5 'V 5 '. 2 ., - ' ,. "l ,. f.-fl' L 41 xg. re . 5 Ma' ff ' Q, , .Q . ,T y C ,A 'iff ' 'gn U ur, , Ni , MIKE RADCUFF ROGER RIENSTRAW MAURICE ROSS LEON FULLER 5i.fg'f ,,..1 I, ,.,'4.'rA"'-ll." . A 3 'tv-.74 . .. 'l-f A' ',-45 1 me T 0, -',-.4 , I I rw Q U 3 , .s, fklft P I-t ii? -,A I i g H A 5 ' Q ' v v '.A r ' ' l 1.,. ' X ' I ' L :1 .- S' 1 ' 5 ' , 1 v 'V' ., -' ' r . l A A . , , vi l ' ,4 I JAMES sweet GEORGE EISENMANN BRUCE LITCHFIELD JIMMY LOVE The Nederland High School track team tell short of its district championship this year, losing out to Liberty in the district meet. Despite the lack of speed the Bulldogs stayed in there fighting all the way. Jerry Dowden was the only Bulldog to go to the Regional meet in Houston. 1956 SOUTH ZONE CHAMPIONS X! OX xx -x A K! l xx X! -r ,Y-,441 N PN -wpff N ,YQERL 4-P4 av?-M346 Q 1' Fronr row Donald Mer eyeon Don Stroup Van Perk ns Kenneth Bordonaro Second ro Mke Johnson Roger Renstraw Jmmy Gwnmes Leon Fuller Hebert Adkuns Tommy Holland Third rovv Coach Ramke Gary Thacker Ja es Rley Larry Ward Percy Sanderson Larry Fuller Jerry Devr es Coach Glson 'T y' V 9 R'-4+ o 'Va TOMMY HOLLAND Sanderson Rarnke and Ward before game w th Jasper I L , ,.y S 'T l L Q Q . A X, 4 ,, ' j X S 'll 'wr O , 5 . , , y . lt 4. 'r A ,I l 5 F 0 X f' :V Q- , El , 0 L 1 A A A ' 6 ! xlib N rl L ff. I CSE! , 1 F N Q xrj I ,nl C I E-. S . X X f X .17 L Aw W 44,0 5, L? A L W. J 5 l , ' r 1 ' 5 , ' " ' L K g 1 S l . 'if-,. -2 f ' L l ,, ' 4 f .Ji 1 I 5 y 'I xx , 4 x ' .2 j I I' 4, 13 . . Q I Q l rv ,y f if AM! " I H and f W 1 M I I W 13,31 Q. L . . QQ A QQ.. E , - x. xx ag,"-'C' T o f 1' 'err -44 L '- .+L 1 H Q, " V Wg V. W' . fl ., .L N42 e , B Yu? ' L J 999 , if' 4 . Q 0 ,kr " ' 5 aall 'fe' ,ma f' 5 . K V .V 5 'J W E 1 an . . - - d M' ... .- Kiwi w'?-.- . '-' 4 Larry Fuller scores against Liberty. Holland waiting for the pitch. COACH VERON "HOSS" RAMKE ....,-r, as af - 09,-fi. GUYNCS CYOSSGS Plaie in Ub9'fY Qame- Ward swings in Liberty slaughier. I59 AUTOGRAPHS junior Senio Q! 10' CLASS OF 1957 .Vlx X.. 1 n- JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President COLE WILLIAMS Vice President MARILYN KNOWLES Secretary I GAIL SWEAT Treasurer GLENDA AUSTIN Social Leader CAROLYN KNOWLES -va- ? "Ui J W, ,Q " 5' Adams, Carroll "'l 44 be Adams, Leonard , f-'sv vf I. f L A' 9 , 1, f A IFJ ...- gi 45 Q Arnold, Darnell , - ,A Arsemenf, Dian .5 "T , , Askew, Jerry as -fi g x 'Xl ' i .. A " f ' s-. av It Fm uf 'A A Ep- IU'-' ,Q fl- 4. ,XSL X4 A '. I4 ' . . 3 f 1 'ff' .L " 3 ,J ha s 3,1 ff' 4 . gs A , K, I r!! ,, ' ' f f , ,ll I .lm J ' SH V . 3 7' A .N 'Q 4:44 -0 X G 'I ,lil ""'I7 X I K -4 'f"" . -..v uw 1 Q " 17, Q ' JL-if leur . xr fb f "'f.., vt 57 au- V' 1, 1 J l 'D -0 Y? ul , .. 1 l . . . 1 .9 :L Austin, Glenda Austin, Wayland Ballard, J. T. Bailey, Helen Barron, Shirley Bean, Roland Beard, Shirley Bernard, Ronnie Birdwell, Lucille Boyd, Jimmy Brackin, Mary Jea Brassieur, Helen Brown, Sandra Brown, Edward I'1 Buffington, Gordon Burnfin, Mike Butler, Wayne Carbaugh, Donald Carter, Mary Ellen Chauvin, Louis Fishing'9 For whaf'7? Cook, Gerald DeCuir, Coleman Deese, Billy Dennis, Norman Dowden, Bernice Dowden, Dixie Fletcher, Gerald Fletcher, Jimmy Fowler, Jimmy Fuller, Larry Gallion, Billy Tom Granger, Ted Guillote, Pat Hailey, Frances Handley, James Hanna, Tommy Hardy, Pat Hardy, Ross Hargraves, Orin Harris, Billie Jo Coker, Wilma Coleman, LaJuan Concienne, Lynn .s, Chester, Helen Choate, Aileen l ru' -D I 1 R 5 l .0 arnligvt, , , j V , r . 1 lr- f rxlili X ' ,-- x ' 'I ix -- N' x , K 5 f, 3 -, . wg i C f , l , -1-2 , ,- , LQ.. - Q J - Y 'Q if -'-' 7 I J, Fw. If 1 ' 0 63' Hartner Faye kd., Havard Herbert w I Hebert Jirnmy -.1 ,Qo- Ifgff .44 rf' - 1 . h 3. I. ,P at '.:.sJ Q ji 'L' gf. J' J f d pf, ' Hebert Melvin Henson Carol Sue A.-5 K . 3 . 95, , Hickman Billy Hill Raymond Hodge Nancy Hudson Merty Humble Freddie Hunt Louise Ivy Faye Johnson Jeri Kay Wallace Knoblock Violet Knowles Carolyn Knowles Marilyn Langham Kenneth LaPoint Gay Nell Lester, Linda Leysath, Margaret McNeely, Mike Manning, Jack Matte, Ronald Metreyeon, Donald Somebody goofed' -as-..,, lb5 Too pooped to pop!! Murphy, Warren Murray, Alex Newcomb, Virginia Palmer, Barbara Papania, David Papania, Leonard Patterson, Frances Perkins, Van Peterson, Jay Pickering, Wayne Pittman, Shirley Pool, Carolyn Poulson, Jess Pratt, Donald Prestridge, Arnold Pullin, Mary Rauwerda, Elizabeth Rauwerda, Lucille Richey, Johnny Riley, Bobbie 2' in i A Miller, Harmon 5 " Minaldi, Ronald - Q Q fQ Moore, Benford -f H" ' 3: ' Morgan, Edward .4 - N.. Morris, Phyllis --- ' ' , ,J ..6 1 N4 ff fu 4 X5 " XY' Y , - ,, , nf , .--o i v 1 P c L2 ,Lf lg ,., 1- "' ,R ' '77 A ,Aj U , ,9 K , , , 2, - V1 , Q 'z l - lf , ,R , 'L rs ,Q L .-. -Q -Q - B in: "JJ " L ' V on 4 i .lui JI' f s Q 9 v .lim pf' 2 . p li ', Q - 5.1 l - - 3 ff. , -vb - K r.. V x ,qc .1 -V , y W.. l r- f f "' ' - ' .5 -Q -4 . 'fgid ff' k Q 422' xi if' X w X v.' I S. fl ,in 7. 4: Q., Q. AQ f- P1 31- A ,j fi 7 on .T,,, f 72' . rf f - X u -0 -. 1 1 0 1 'C --Q if ,pf ,Q Q. I K "SJ ' Ill' -0 U-D' , , wal 1 -los f t bmi' A .3 f-v W 4 'Hs 'A l l fa sz- J- ' y, jf.. , vj' W t v T 1 5: l af f l 3 5 Q. --' '7 0 41 5, .v s-. ., Roy, Valex ' Ruysenaars, Theodora 4D .-Q 'ti Ryman, Tommy Sattler, Harold Schion, Billie vt ' T Q-4 I as .3-' ,si i :ly vi. Y' . N f R' ' l I X fs r-df ff if 'x 'IP " L . S+?- W , I' 1. 4 1.1 I .ll ' 'S f -if 5 ff" .N f . .f .. .711 x7 .ff Sheffield, Lynda Sheffield, Ruby Silkwood, Perry Sims, Beverly Singleton, Jerry Singleton, Marie Smith, Betty Lou Smith, Charles Smith, Jerry Smith, Robert Spencer, Gary Spencer, Kenneth Sponsler, Nancy Stampley, Carolyn Stephens, Beverly Stewart, Joan Stroup, Don Sweat, Gail Terry, Carl Thompson, Mary A. Going my way! Whats th matter, Carolyn? Vinson, Barbara Waite, Sammy Wall, Benetta Waller, Billy Waller, Kathy Walsh, Mollie Warren, Anne White, Carolyn Willey, Joe Thompson, Mary V. Thompson, Tommy Timmons, E. W. 0 " t Tomlin, Marlon Trahan, Jerry 1 V ' -an -lr W .' x , 'O . po 'G x sqm I v' ' nf ""?'sf. 'as' QX L' 9-8 -I ff yy -f'- ,flax , 7' 'fr-f lc Agn. J 2 Q aff, ! K. 'ij if Y Q5 A qv? xv ' I' 4 ,vm 'Q , - ',, Williams, Cole ' J A ' ' A f ng, Williams, Reba 'li' , f-- QQ - Wood, Lynette 1 x yr g . .v xv 'SJ X if 1 , W l I 1 fi' K .nf 3 W Woodcock, Floyd ki ,, 4 ,ga A Young, Alice "' g . ' Young, Joyce A., - C'-'f -If 3 I N K A. , ll I Ill ' 1' Youngblood, Carolyn 9,174 P I Zeigler, Bennie 4:31, -61 1 qi A 2-J ff x I Fw T. SCPHOM CRES 169 CLASS OF '58 E 1 9 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President , LINDA WILSON Vice President SHIRLEY WALLACE Secretary JOYCE SANDERSON Treasurer , JEANELLE ARSEMENT Social Leader W , . 7 PHYLLIS DAVIS Adkins, Herbert Aldridge, William Andrews, Edward Arsemenr, Jeanelle Babineaux, Charlene Bailey, James Bass, Brenda Balchelor, Tommie Beagle, Leroy Beard, Billy Berlin, William Birdwell, .luhree i Q 1. 2 " f,": '- 'J .s if Fi' i .lll rxX Z nr ,, 3 z, ' 1, -.fy J J' A l X ' Having a BAWL!! .Flu Y 'i 4 -0 iii J 3 H his 21' 5., I-P4 " X . f 'Z A ,Q P . 5 , 'ffl , ', ,,, -H 1 ,. Bourque, Shirley Brassieur, Norma Brent, Russell Broussard, Eugene Broussard, Gloria Campbell, Leon Cappel, Harvey Carroll, Donald Caslleman, Gerald Cates, Norman Chaisson, Earline Chaisson, Shirley 4 jf 1 ,. ya ian Chandler, Donald -vm 1 -0 . 9 F- 4 t ,.. 3 v " 1 - '93 Ck - i Dorsey, Mattie Draper, Kenneth Dunaway, Bill Epps, Joe Dale Fletcher, Douglas Frazier, Gene Fuston, Wanda Galloway, Doug Gard, Don Gehrels, Shirley Gibson, Travis Gish, Edward l...1 's Cv Cherry, Janice Coates, Myron Collins, Betty Corbello, Jaynell Creel, Dodridge Cunningham, Ronnie Davis, Bette Davis, Dorothy Davis, Phyllis Dean, Dorothy Dean, Fred od ' K sf ff X ,. YI' , , ,rx ,ie D la 4- gp 2 .Vg ifQv, 4.. 1 , 5 A 5 L, g as 5 Q '4 .f i J ,,4 , xii' What a face! 1 t' 3 '11 4' lf J Cf s lvl t I v .. A f fm- Gleason, James Goodwin, Charles Gotcher, Pete xl A ,Q 1, 'Q J' 'Z' I 1. 'ff' -. P 1 cd -14 f F 'lf -av KY I "' C' Q Greenberg, Gay ,i i , S 1 Gre Jane f ' Y, x Grey, Joyce K, " i - Grisson, Alda Jo X , Guidry, Theresa ' ' v Hammer, Gloria Hanks, Beverly K Hanks, Judith Q in Hanley, Bobby ' V In l 1 4 . 'V Hanna, Charles , A Harmsen, Wilhemine Harris, John Hastings, Gloria E 3 , Haynes, Sue V ga ' WQE ,P Hebert, Bobby f-' fv -fp g, ' Henderson, Mary 1 'J Herring, Frank l -'l f'J1 i Hill, Paula '3 F' A X Hintze, Annette dl Q9 JL. G Holmes, Luther J ' 'N' Hooks, Martha .M-5 W V Th' lun's over' if . .'.. 1 6 s fr. au' K6 'ij- 'X0 17 .Ll Q , - J apt X-4 5' - f 3 44' 07' A ' 4 fd' S. 1 1-1 , -1: ,e - .. ..... C9 5.42, Gb , o - X . ,il ,X if Q 'ff :Xa AA' i .f Lewis, Barbara Litchfield, Everett Louvier, Johnny Mayer, Frances Maxwell, Eula McCartney, Mary Miles, Jack Moore, Wilson Moorer, Doris Moseley, Leon Newman, Arthur Newman, Glynn Horne, John Hudson, Carolyn Hussey, Pamela Hyatt, Jack Jiminez, Floyd Jones, Verna Jones, Wesley Kieschnick, Mary 'N Kimler, Kenny Knoblock, Carol Sue Lang, Byron LeDoux, Norma I 2,14 .tl 3 lj' C'mon with the music A ':-' ri l .aa U A qi? 'ff , t .gg M'-sf . '.f .41 ' .24 Y X-X'g3B'l ii' uc ,Q I 01, D J .xq fc: C17 w i gf Niewoehner, Robert Norton, Donald Oswalt, Brenda Overstreet, Wilburn Patillo, Carol Pennington, Bill Peveto, Doris Phillips, Carolyn Pleasant, Wayne Pousson, Margaret Powell, Alex Pratt, Norma 'SF- vi 3 I, i Vi ht ,V -X I ap? if Q 0 P gg, .., 1 'll' l P 1 'd R b f A ,Q V res rr ge, o er ' "" " Radcliff, Make Q3 y' ' Richardson, Ann Q ' X .2 Richey, Robert 54 . In ff 9, Rienstra, Roger id " Roberts, Darrell -V' L Robbins, Garland M-P Roy, Jackie . 'S fl 'U' " . I Joi-1 Russell, Joetta Sanderson, Glen Sanderson, Joyce Savoy, Texie Jo if Un -nl .-., l iv- X ,ll if 1 :JY f SJ Q-5" ,-7 L t 1 I 9 -0 rv- ' 1 --1 -. if ,ZR ' fl Sturrock, lma Grace Thompson, Ertith Thompson, Judy Toler, Annabeth Tyer, Carol Jean Van Auken, Corrine Vickers, Lucille Wallace, Shirley Waller, Betty Weathers, Barbara Winberg, Leticia Williams, Morris Scott, David Sheppard, Bobby Sibley, Glen Sims, Donald Singleton, Jo Ann Sipole, J. W. Smith, Louise Sorrell, Glenda Sparks, Rebecca Spurlock, Earline Stilley, Carol Street, James 5' if " SL J a W, 2 I s L 9 1 ' f if an N f fd' xr: 1-"' .Q 'A L 4-If V 'uf-T1 . . , . 3 Linda Wilson a- "' 0, l Linda Woodcock 5, ' """ Sittin' pretty fi MK ' i 'WW x XJ ' xfy "A 1 I v-Z7 ' , A FRESHM .QW - l11 5 qi , . nt? -8 'J s The three stocges! Adams, Bruce Adaway, Willis Anderson, Myrtle Armand, Carl Arsement, Judy Bailey, Dema . Baker, Charlotte Bateman, Robert Baxter, Odell '-4 . H' ' Austin, Kerry l A S, ' J .Xi I l 1 'I D A 6, ' Q B Y 5 . ,ao-is S' ff. fi 9 - ' 165' I , v' l r l -' 7 1 AY A II!- xl y " ,H Bellow, Edward Bernard, Wayne Blankenship, Kay Bloch, Madeline Brown, Clydell Brown, Terry Capps, David Carter, Gary Cessac, Tommy -I Champayne, James Chatelain, Walter Christian, John . r Coffman, Martha Nell KX A I 1' I Coleman, Patsy Colville, Evans Concienne, Mary Ellen Conley, Mary , Conner, Edward Y i l f- A T 1 is l - -..u iz' Cooper, Glenn Cowgill, Grayden Crain, James Creswell, Ann Crocker, Herbert Crosby, Lawane Cumber, Letha Daniels, David Dartez, Gerald Davis, Carolyn Deese, Jack ,,, Delahoussaye, Judy .5 Denton, Elbert Domec, Helen , I Doucet, Philton l - ,,. Doyle, lanthe ,, Driskell, Ronnie Edgar, David v 1 ll Elliott, Mike Erwin, W. H. . Everett, Ruby if- ,SQ Fondren, Donald A Freeman, Ronald . f ,, ,EP -f A .C- f lux a 1. Fruge, Donna Goodwin, Basil Griffin, Charles Guidry, Dickie Q Hammer, Derwood l Who do you think you are? l , - .Q R 3 rp. A fif ., ' ,A G Ir .--'--vw 9,44 I 'ff l EG' 1, if 4-47 - I f x 4-In ,jiri fu 1. ff If U I in 1? uf' 3 4 'ID qfi' .4 -3 504' ' X Q 'J ' ' yi If X ,I I 'Fc-.f"21 ,. '2 ?-N J w"' ' 1-5, f The Hneup Handley, Everett Hanley, Vonnie Hardy, Peggy Harris, Lavel Harvill, Pat Havard, James Ill ' 4 1+ 'V A 'f ! T uh 9' . 'C' C 3' . "' J 'E' . X'-7 ' X W X r V ,A ?i sa 1 .1 ,., ,.-. uf l A 43 A -5 f 'v 1 6 ef -I n t ,W Havard Marion Herrin, Mary Sue Hilton, James Hines, Wayne Hossley, Sharon Hubert, Betty Lou :TI Hudson, Phyllis Ann Hutchins, Lanelle Jacobs, Bruce James, Wanda Johnson, Mike Keene, Doris y Keen Leland 4 Killian Diana 1,5 ,g ' L t I l. I "" l as J 'wi Koonce Loretta acy, Sandra andry Rudolph LeBlanc Curtis LeBlanc Lawrence Libersat Barbara Jean McElwee Maude McGowen Ann llnn . sw.-. x9 N On lhe waterfront . . McGown, Lonnie Manning, Martha Martin, Nancy Q' vu 0 ,- ,O si ' Q , - L., J Q ', Ht ,f ...ef , X' f , ' 7X1 f! r 1 ' fzli' Mashburn, Brenda ' ' Maxwell, Elvin ,,. Q . ' May, Roberta '1' i ' - , R 1 3 Meredeth, Dale Miller, Frances " '. A 3 F' Mills, Charles L? L1 Minchew, Patty Gale A I . N S, fl?-Z ,1 . NX l if Mizell, Connie 3 la I 9 :J Morris, Grover ,A - ,,, Musselvvhite, Larry J "Q: ,gb . "" Neel, Roy ' ,vu Neely, J. B. ' .3 ,Q J Oliver, Genevieve Q K J Q Parks, James 'Q --' egg? Paulus, Ceyril X A if - lf f I Payne, Geraldine Periman, Lyman it 0 3 ' Pool, Anita I , tv s gf' Prejean, Lois ' L Quebedeaux, Leatrice - es-. f x -::,,"f Rankin, Lola Ann Reue, Doris Riley, James Riley, Jimmie Ruth Robinson, Mike ' 1 '7' ""' rf W5!"3Q 'E fl, ...A ,r ha ,NO 2 Q T -2' K" Q tif 5 5 5 g aszgffif, 1 .I ' A 115,32 'l N, 2 , , f 4 I. .. ..a 3 R a y, h't 't. Rose Jim Russell Gloria Jean Sanders Robert Scott, Arthur Shannon, Coleen Sibley, Dorothy Simmons, Cecelia '26 1' Smith, Judy Y' Sipole, Robert J J 2' -il Spencer, Joyce Spencer, Berthold fb r aibg , 'T .X ' 5 rr. 3 Gd I ll Q 3 6 Q, ' at 0 f 1 QILN s 1 l AL-1 1 I . I .R . 4. X, A'-7 X? l., 4 gms 1 ,H .5539 QD 4+ 7 'at 'D' 9 Stanley, Ray Steele, Pat W '5 Stehle Norman 4, , lf: K1 7 , l Q Sterling, William I Stewart, Bobbie Sue N Stracener, Pat Streetman, Russell 'l mi Q Strickland, Vernon Swain, Doris Sweeney Pat Terry John Thompson Jo Ann Tilley Owen Trahan Charles Trahan Gayle Trahan Lunia Tyler Laura YC' Q it -8 QT. ' I I 1 . ' I t , L3 vi? , J ' , , , A r Woods, Sandra Woodward, Billie Worthy, Edwin Wright, Jonel Zeigler, Terry Crazy, mixed-up kids. Vincent, Marilyn Walker, Carolyn West, Judy Maxine White, Barbara Wiggins, Claude Wilkinson, Larry Williams, Lynn Wills, Carolyn Wistner, Anna ,, Woods, James 1 . I. ls' s 9 4 - 51" i - -'--4--' W V' '-.4 Q 4 f . gpm ' . ' .5 ., . 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P Sensors , I N EDERLAND PHARMACY Where Savlngs and Safe+y Meei' PHONE 830I NEDERLAND TEXAS CompIlmen+s CALDWELL S Home of Necchl and EIna Sewing Machmes I235 Bo Ion A e Dual 4522 Complumenfs of PAUL S FOOD AND SUPPLY New Beaumon+ Hnghway NEDERLAND TEXAS DIAMONDS WATCHES-JEWELRY SAMSONITE LUGGAGE VAN S FLORIST Corsages Weddmgs Bouquefs Funerals Poi and Bedding Plan+s T kj I l25 FRANKLIN Q4 Nederland Texas ?!aeae 550 Orleans Phone 4-4953 Q MRS L VAN MARION Beaumonf Texas Owner O ll ' ll of ' , I s v . 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Mud Coun+y Dealer for BROWN LANE COMPANY CompIimen+s ODELL RADFORD Realfor Phone 4898 I4I4 Helena Avenue NEDERLAND TEXAS LTs'r Your Real EsI'a+e Wlfh Us Congrafulahons Sensors W D IBILLI NORWOOD l MILLER ik ELECTRIC COMPAN BEAUMCNT Y TYPEWRITER 81 SUPPLY CO HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Royal Typewrwers Day or N,gh+ Dial 484l Office Equlpmeni' and Supplles N d I d T P 48683 e eran exas 864 ORLEANS STREET BEAUMONT TEXAS FITZPATRICK INSURANCE AGENCY Real ES+a+e Compllmenfs of f F Y' A J 0 S+ +T.s E CHENIER NEDERLAND TEXAS P 4885 BUSINESS 81 RADIO BddyH e COLLEGE Beaumon+ Texas of I ll ' 9 ll . I . ' 'SV-' hone - I ,bm X I1 ' C14 . I A 3 If D V-Z I . , ' .0 .+ o xx 603 ix een fre + hone . A ,L , fr! Ex I T 1- 1 I f ' I T' . 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SECRETARIAL --1 I a , r, vii T' ' I' iv I I ' " ." r w NEDERLAND STATE BANK NEDERLAND TEXAS Celebrahng Our l0'rh Annlversary In l956 Dual 4363 H Com pIimen+s of GUZARDOS FEEDS SUPPLY mm PIIRIIIA I CIIDWS SUPPLIES -llllllllllll GUZARDO S BRACKIN SERVICE STATION Congra+uIa+lons Washing Greasmg Radlafor TWIN CITY HIGHWAY D I 42I4 From BEAN MINIMAX Flush 2I I6 Nederland Avenue NEDERLAND TEXAS EDOLIA HANKS ReaII'or REAL ESTATE LOANS 3224 Ave. H PI1. 8660 NEDERLAND, TEXAS II I7 Bosfon Ph. 2I52 NEDERLAND, TEXAS l . l r , ,,-A I ' I - 1 Q, A , l l,l I. l l ' I l IB Compllmenfs TINKLE S 443 and Il6I Park Beaumon+ Texas 840 N SII1 SI SlIsbee Texas SEAPORT C H CHARLEY MEYER Everybody s Sheriff THE SCHOONER Jefferson Couniy s Seafood Headquarfers ORIGINAL HOME Sfuffed Snapper and SI ffed Flounder NEW BEAUMONT PT ARTHUR HWY 1 nv" '1W' "GoI EveryII1ing7" HILL CHEVROLET CO. Sales and Service DIAL 33I4 PT NECHES CompIlmenI's CRESWELL S MAYTAG APPLIANCES Dial 4I I2 I I 23 Bosion Nederland of . 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