Nederland High School - Pilot Yearbook (Nederland, TX)

 - Class of 1959

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In ll"Ig ik .1 FOIPXNUNI Dedlcatlon AdmlH1 tratlon C135 Ca ACt1V1tlCb Who Who Fawoutes O1 mlzatlons Spolts In Memorlam Advertlbements Q f X 4 .. 1' f X I . . Q .gi ' . V n n I .A N J ,1 Dedication Award Goes This IS but an humble effort to shots our appreclatlon to the frlendly man wlth the QlT1llC and the teasmg manner and to let lnm know how glad we are that he has serxed as supermtendent of the 'Nederland School- for the last three years more out tandm rhool lle ln Moten into out hugh chool tapestrx a pattern of falr play and wisdom found not ln textbooks alone hut also ln the strength of unlty, cooperatlon and purpose Wlth an alndmg loxe and a thankful auarene s of all that he has done and mll do for our school and commumtx we dedicate this xolume of the 1909 Pilot to Mr J H Loclcex rf ,V ' We express our thanks to him for helping to improve and make ours a better and S ' g s' . .s ' ' ' ' ' s - 1' ' . . . 1 , - Sh V. to Mr. Joseph Lockey The stream of life- at NHS. flows mainly from one source-the office of the superintendent. 'SQ-r...w ,,-v-- X-'Qi-ijxdl-H4-J Admmwtratzon gg A Q N: A A 'N 9- '56 1 A Afr- IN AA f Ah :HU - I I - - X 11A O O Q Our Principal and ecretar Are Indispensable Arff' -nl I .pf FUN X BRKDX NH5, 5cc'rvtar'y NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL POB0x968 'Nlederland Teva.: nuunn or mmcnnow E T Bn-llh Jr Prsll-del! une xx emu., sm-Pmmmc H. D swmmn smeury Amana. M .pn nm H 1: cf-.wen Orllnd Strickland Prlnclyd 4116! F Gibun. Ahhh!! Prhmlpll l-tmer Newton 'Hier L Klrlhna ADlIFl3115'l'0lB .1 H Lackey sup-num-aan mmm R mm- sumu- lu We tu s 1 ' Q UCC 9. V' ' wrr- msn V , Q 9 ALLJI turef r f' new fir:-Qnizq ' . 1- 1 1'-as fan r- qfm . . town n Lf- z ns sivwv stru' "' nf, Nvd. Aka-sf.fi-14v"-f'lJ Administrator Inconspicuously Guides Life at N.H S To the Students of Nederland High School It is a distinct honor for me to have a part in this year book of memories Being your superintendent I would lxke to lnspire you to do great things wlth your llfe the thing you must remember 1S that there are many roads to Greatness, the glrl who is to be the Christlan lnspiration of a home is just as entitled to a nlche in the hall of fame as the box who masters the scientific problems whlch launch the satellites Allow me to congratulate the staff and the sponsor of thls f1ne book Each of you must take care of this book for it wlll br1ng you many pleasant memorles in the future Slncerely h' ockey QNWQ I' I If XBF1 H W ILSOW N Iffkrx Ncrearv These Have the .Uonumental Tusk of Mamaging the School bystem CX ZW? I SI YNDINC I ler IXlI'IxI3Il1I II1lIcr N1 mf n X :lu 'NI r an and Nlr Eluahcth Wxl on recor mg na Llarx I' KILD Ir um Q 1 If e I Smxth I rc 1 Cn and Duugla NJIILILI on xl1fkldfN Qc Crm lax n HI LI N Xhb 41 FEI JE AN NICBRIDE I0 BO XRD OF IRI NIIIEN IOHNINX BOLHUI E 'I x X1 or and lollu r SX 'SM 115,521 yu III lx N nd These Contrlbute Knowledge and Sermce CI ALDE F GILSON As lstant Prlnclpal Mr Gllson conslders parental notes and glV6S the verdlct of excused unexcused for semors He al o 3591515 ln keeplng the good conduct of the student body whlle fulfllhng other obllgahons of hls posltlon ELDON K SHIP? Culdance Dlrector Decldlng between rlght and wrong oxerconnng fear lnsecurlty frustratlon and dl appomtment and choo mg a soc'1t1on and po mon ln llfe are only a few of the problems that confront our guldance dlreetor Nlr Shlpp EVINIETT VICISENZIE Athletlc Dlrector Our head coach 'Nlr 'VIcKenz1e 1 kept busy mth the responslblllty of teachlng our boy good port man hlp and falr play ID the freld of athletlcs English Courses Designed, to Meet Students' Needs 1? l al V71 HAZEI- CHAMBLESS BETTY GUARNERE BETTY LYBERA DELIJX POOL COMNIER TURXEY Realizing that communicating effectively with one's fellow men could solve many of the problems in this turbulent world. the English department begins the sophomore year with an intensive study of word usage. parts of speech. sentence structure, Silas fllarner. and Julius Caesar. English III goes deeper into the technicalities of grammar and composition and in- troduces the Americans Cooper. Harte. Poe, and Emerson. English IV is devoted to a final review of grammatical principles and research themes. Immortal works like The Canterbury Tales, Macbeth, and Paradise Lost are analyzed and explained. Business English trains graduates to take their places in the business world as typists, file clerks. secretaries. or executives. Journalism students learn the technique of good news writing and put these to practical use in puhlishing the school newspaper. The Bulldog Beat. Speech is beneficial in helping students to convev ideas and to overcome stage fright. l .'. og? F' i ',f'.-1 ,I r , bt. 1 lv Sometimes students write themes. li ,f -, ,A -N-3'-'lvl at Qinienme tudentc read -Rnd ometime thew di cu Math Wizards Tackle the "Unsol1Jables" Xf, ,xr- xfc AX , ,L xi I i i l U -lewfga if 5xt , A yur, .Q i dv fi gl L , 'rw 1 1-rry Rf-cd receives individual help from Miss Patterson. "f,onfing off" is not a cfnimun practice in Algelrra. MX-4-Y:1" This and many other phrases are often repeated during the year in the courses of mathematics taught at N.H.S. Classes range from the simplest mathe- matics to the most difficult problem in solid geometry. Business mathematics solves the mysteries of per cents or the problems that arise in everyday business life. Algebra I and II Cover the uses of formulas, signed numbers, and exponents. Graduating to more difficult branches of mathematics, students take plane geo- metry. Rounding out the program, solid geometry and trigonometry are offered. These courses are invaluable to future engineers and for those who plan to go into higher mathematics. CLAIQDE GILSON JOHN HILL BOB McCLINTOCK ELOISE P,-kT'I'ERSON M. P' Science Students Probe Into Mysteries and Wonders 'R' ln Biology we study the life of plants and animals. WILLIANI YILIIA "POP" BROUSSARD CHARLES JORDAN JESSIE Ross crisis HENDERSON I4 Anatomy is interesting. liut sometimes a complicated subject. Phs ic I for tudtnt who excel in mathematlc flie piquant odor of formalclelixde frequentlw HQQZIIQ the 1 1 xari u lali specimens are flissecte Biolo x stuclrnt examine parasites and bacteria under the Init-rosrope cliscwverirf' lHUl'l'l almut the mysteries 0 tl I uniur e ie 1 in Lnou ffl e of clienn trx is taught to som 0 morts. juniorx. and seniors. lf,'lCF influx ef the studying of .ouncl and light. , ost sei lor mai mn we oun roupef. n i.i 5' fliFCl1,FlIlr. ie 'nf pr i rung Story of Man and Hls World Toplc of Hlstory Classes a ill h u tic: in ure rlw mf' tic tranqul 1 x turl the turlfnt ff Km Spani.h i- an as educational. f-rlfan hi tors BOBBX BI QHNELL BEX ERLYE CXBELL What was the mam Pause of the Clul War? 1s asked annuallx ln American HIQIOIX a requirement of all juniors and a prerequisite for graduation World hlstorx IQ requlrefl of freshmen and ness students and thex hegm their stucy with the xear 1300 B C CIXICS and Texas Hlstors are one half credit courses Pronunctanon Stressed ln Spamsh electiwe which prove- to be intere-ting ae well JOE H LCHES Spanish students learn the conjugation of verbs with the stress on pronunciation, along with the customs of the Spanish-speaking countries. 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Lotk art decemn The Choral cla doe a lot of hard vsork qtudents lll band spend early hours and long hours and late hours pl'HCllClI1g m rlcate drllls on the athletln fle or thx 1s the colorful group that supplres the YHUQIC and entertamment for all football games exen m drenchmg dowxnpours Band trxp ron tests and orcaslonal parades round out thelr sery full course of actnxtles Qmgmg IQ the HCIIXIU of the choral Cla The opportumty to lxsten to records IQ enjox ed by all of the members The W6QlCfH31fEQ combme rhx thm and h1 h stepplng ruth muslc and take thelr share of honors when they prance on the fleld at half tlme of the football games The1r sprmg re VIEW IS colorful gas lnelx and professlonal 'lf P aft fl x Xld d and Brmnda Nla hbum thou ORXILLE hl-I I H Students Appreciate Quiet Place to Study NELLEEN ST ANCIL Occa lonally cooperatlon IS necessary but only when the llbrarlan 1 el ewhere lve lost my llbrary card Where can l fmd mformatlon on leukem1a'7 Whats happened to the Saturday Evening Post? Do you have any books by Englxsh authors? These are the querles of busy students to the llbrarlan each perlod of the day as well as before and after school Students are allowed to go to the school s well equlpped hbrary to do reference work check out books read or study ln a pleasant settmg Drwer Educatton Promotes Safety on Our Htghways af-:ua an WYE! EDUCATIGN 'Ulu 2. MILE? 1.0 CHARLES THONIAS Ng W, ,r Mr Thomas does not need the dual control pamcularly when student practlce the rules of safe drnmg A thorough knowledge of the rules and regulatlons of the road and pracucal ex perlence ln dI'lVlIlg skllls are necessary qualltles for every drlver Students In this course recelve valuable practlcal etperlence behind the wheel as they put to practlce the drlvlng techmques studled ln class , r . . . S. . . - ' ' 's s 3 ,G , . . . . . 9 - - , . ,, . . . , . , . . ' 1 7 7 ' . . . 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"" ' P 9 Unsung Heroes and Herolnes Cu tldlan lullu Trahan and X X Hall uule de plte the fact that thelr nexere-ncl1r1 often thankle job requlre the knouledge and lull ff 1 jack of all tracle lmctum the llalllt of good hm ekeepm claxlx are the Q falthful xsorker Nle dames Cimplvell Trllmlmle Route Brou arcl Trahan and U16 -4J3'7l ef 'P ,,! -ll Q I kg t N QA, 1 A N fy, 1. r v IA x I ,K , S' "f ff'-A 'J - : 5 . . - C, "ft K l All I S" 2 2 '- - - S." , l 15. X , 11 3 A l ' 5 'E l' ' ll 'K' , sf ' 1 S: , 5 .lm - wg' 5 Q . , J, W V YT? Y- W X' X 1 7, ,f , xx l V .1 ,, V5 . K Q x Q V F a JW Q I Classes fv Q 7 -sf ll I I 1- AD,-DIS. GERALD Cttllvd liruct- , , , quiet xuunmr . . , alway neat und well-dn-X-cd. Xmlll'-I lun' 'l Seniors Exercise Superi U Xl lllilllbl XX ILLI XXI Friendly , . . helps band during football S651-I PH. XRNI NND C XRL Vntx L Nllll In .1 ltud lau h 1 H ARNE,NlENT new xoted MOST POP JLI LLLXR GlRL ln her claQQmateQ Her charm mg manner 'md Qsseet dl 1902111011 have been '1 t SQNIOI' Judx as exeeled H1 mlm flcld of Qtudx and has alio Qcrxed 1 a Claw offtcer and a Llleer leader .fXli5HNllfX'l'. ll'lJY Pt-rfunulity plus . . . engaged to Mike . . . quirk -rnilv . . . xintviuux rlxc-orleadur. IH-p Squud 1. 2: lJr.una Club 1, secretary 1: 4l.l.5. 1. ln-tterglrl 1: clu-5 fuwrite lg clufx pn--idt-nt 2: Student Cwuncil 1-4g t-lt'-1-rlmxtler 15. 'Lg Spdui-lt I award 2: class xice prefidcnt 1. .'Xl'5'l-lx. Klfllln' 'lltll . . . lanky . . . glllttll-Iltllllfbd . . witty . . . nonchalant . . . uncnncemed. JIM KEELING was selected as the MOST POPPLAR BOY in the 1959 graduating Class . . . Jim? red hair and friendly dispo- sition are just a few of his outstanding characteristics. lim was a key player for the Bulldogs during football season and a Stand- out member of the track team. 4- 2265 BERNARD, WAYNE -gk. Reserved manner . . . dignified . . , tall . . . studious . . . quiet. BLANKENSHIP, KAY Loyal to Lynn . . . zany sense of humor . . . charming: personality. Pep Squad 2-4. BAKER. CHARLOTTE Tall . . long brown hair . . . athletic. G.l.S. 1-1: Choral Club 3. 43 Library Club 2g Art Club 2. ll.'X'l'lfNl,'XN. BOB Math wizard . . . red-headed, uh, haired . . . likes swimming . . . tall. Algebra I awardg swimming team lg track 1, 2, 45 Art Club Ig Drama Club l, 3, 4g Algebra Il awardg football 2, 3g golf team 29 Science Club 3, 4. BELLOW, IQIJWARD Easygoing . . . loves fports . . . lumbering walk . . . Speed: medium to slow. Football 1-4g basketball l--lg baseball 2-43 track 43 Student Council 1-23 back ofthe year 1958g National Honor Society 4. , f?"l'f33't' J f ! Q yur, 4, W M V . J ww ,af 1. Vi My - 4 af ,t 1, M L4 , f if if 'M lift' . I il, 'l . I 5462.3 ' Lge' .nf U Q4 Q ,Kr 47,9 BLOCH. NIADELIXE Attractive blonde . . . friendly". . . witty . . . smart in senior matli. Pep Squad 1. 2: G.I.S. 1-3: award lg We-ternaires 3. fl: F.l'l.A. 4:'wittiest 4. BROWN. CLYIIICLL Favorite color is green . . . friendly . . . naturally curly hair. Pep Squad 1, 2g Westernaires 3, 43 Library Club 13 F.1l.A. 4: Clioral Club 2. BROWN. TERENCE NHS Sir John Falstaff . . . Beatnik fan . . . rollicking laughter . . . wisecracker. General science award 13 Rod and Gun Club 1. 23 Art Club 13 biology Award 23 Student Council 3. 44 alternate Boys' State 33 Charter member Science Club 43 vice- president: student body president 43 Drama Club 43 F.H.A. beau 4. Senior Class Consists of One .Qfx ov Us -s fi! X .. - , lg' J,A fx ,G ,Ng kr nnzg-xl I ' " if-T '. ,. 1- f. N " -st 0-1:05 A . If L S, '- K , t 1 . . , . I l BRENDA MASHBURN was chosen the MOST ATTRACTIVE GIRL. Brenda has proved that Hpretty is as pretty does? She has been in many beauty contests and during her freshman year was picked as the Beacon Beauty by Aldo Ray. CAPPS. ll:XYll1 Unconcerned . . . serves in the Naval Re- serve . . . loves Bandera. Choral Club 1. 21 swimming team 1. CARTER. CARY Good student . . . well-liked . . . tall . . . very neat . . . aspires to be a doctor. Hundred Thirty-Eight Members A 1 , t Lx x , A l 2 , , l A 1 4 wg, l , CESSAC. TOMMY Short . . . stocky . . . unconcerned . . . like: cutty :hoc-. MIKE NICALISTER was chosen the MOST ATTRACTIVE BOY. Mikeis friendly disposi- tion antl joking manner have made him a favorite among his classmates. CHAMPAGNE, JAMES Stays in the office frequently . . . makes f wise-cracks . . . big. CIIATEIAIX, WALTER Smart in senior math . . . dark complexion CHRISTIAN, JOHN Goes with Wanda . . . short . . . silent type . . . easygoing. COFFNIAX, MARTHA NELL Petite brunette . , . true to Larry . . . neat as .. pin . . . very sweet. Bt-.won Beauty Conteet 1: class secretary 2: Mies Flame candidate 23 Pep Squad 1, 21 Student Council 3, 45 Werternaires 3, 4g prom duchess 35 G.I.S. lg F.H.A. lg neatest -1-. . . likes to write on walls. Seniors T0il0L'er .UJCBETH COLENI.-XX. PATSX Little in stature hut lug in htart . . . lows sports . . . 1-ngagzingz smile. Drama Cluh 2: FHA. 1--1-: G.I.S. 1-43 president 4: Future Teachers 3, 4g his- torian 3. 4: mo-t athletic 4. COLVll,l.l'l. EVANS Friendly . . . likes fast cars . . muscles . . . nice smile. CONCIENNE, MARY ELLEN Charming personality . . . talkative . . . Edwin's girl. Football duchess 2, 3g Miss Flame candi- date 2g class social leader 3g Student Council 4g F.H.A. 1, 2, 43 reporterg Pep Squad 1-4. vice president 3g president 49 best personality 43 football sweetheart 4. fr-,- wi '15 751. v-,bv PATSY COLEMAN has well earned the honor of being selected the MOST ATH- LETIC GIRL. Patsy has played on nearly all the girls' teams during her high school and junior high years. Her friendliness and sweet smile have endeared her to her class- mates. CUNNER. L.-XNIJXR Dark and ltandsi-nie . . . ll:-au Brumntell type . . . serious . . . pleasing: smile. CUXYCILL. URfXYl N DN Lmes farming: . . . excels in all farminn exenls . . . Senior niath whiz. othall 3. 4: F.F.A. 2-41 vice president 35 president -1-g delegate to F.F.A. state convention 3. Literature IV MIKE JOHNSON was voted the MOST ATHLETIC BOY for numerous reasons. Mike has been an outstanding player on the football and baseball teams and has par- ticipated in several other sports. His sincere manner has made him very well liked. DARTEZ, GERALD Ambition-to send first rocket to moon . . future scientist. Moming Watchg Science Club 3, 4g jour- nalism 4. DELAHOKSSAYE, JUDY Engaged . . . always laughing . . . cute . . . nonchalant . . . witty . . . talkative. CRANE. JIM A future farmer . . carefree manner . . . likes science. CRAWFORD, GENE Never talks much . . . attractive . . . takes his radio to senior math. CRESWELL, ANN Flashing pepsodent smile . . . always busy . . . good student. Westernaires 3, 45 Pep Squad 1, 25 G.I.S. 13 perfect attendance 25 National Honor Society 4g family relations award 4. Seniors Choose Red f IJPNIHX. l.l-luFlil Qntirlimix . . . wr-nfl'-rful manners . . llfllllxl.. lll'.l.l',N lfrwl'g1e'tic' . . . vnjifyx Qporw of any kind l1.l.F. lg l'4-p Squad 1-3g l,.lioral 3, 4. Xp DUIACIET. Gl.UliIfX Quivl . . . studios von-tuntlv . . . ftudious . . . allways liusv. Xvt,lll'llll'lUI'ltlI1 -1: Future lf't.ll'llt'I'5 3. -lg pr:--iclf-nt 1: Pep Squud 2-4: National H r 44 L in tx 1 till!! , V' ' " Y, GLORIA lJUl'Cl1'l',.our Valcdictorian, was voted the MUST LIKELY TO SLCCEICD. Gloria has ext-ellr-cl in inanv activities throughout her high school years. Her in- quisitive inind and desire to learn plus a driving will power lnust surely bring her success. DUI lQlf'l'. l'llll,'l'HX Xln-ilu , , , l'JxfQ4PlIlQ . mor- plyw- . . . iiuivl , , . .1IlilvIi1 . ll"Xl1ll.ll.lIll, lJlll5lilfl,l,. ll0NYlE Sport- .1 tool ilu!-top . . 4-.1 v ring . vvilty ...l1lw- Ni-orb. ., . lf-oil-All l-lg lr.1-lwllnill vw: lvnnix li pur- lv-41.1111-rillriiiff-2. as Class Colors Q DLCOTE, TONINIX A rebel in "Rebel Without A Cause" . . nonchalant . . . good-natured. WWW wwf Drama Club -lg Drama Club play 4. EDGAR, DAVID BILLY WOODWARD was selected the boy MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED in the senior class. He has participated in many activities throughout high school. A familiar sight to seniors was Billy conscientiously poring over some homework assignment. ERWIN, W. H. War-liorse . . makes wise-cracks . . . sports-lover. FONDREN. DONALD Friendly . . . polite . . . red hair . . . football manager . . . likes senior math. Good Student . . . polite . . . well-liked . . . smart . . . industrious - - quiet, ELLIOTT. MIKE Wise-cracker . . . goes steady with Polly. Fouthull I. 2, 4: husk:-thall lg pcrft-ct ut- tcndunce I. 3g king of Twirp Week 4. for Class Flower GREEN, BRUCE Likes Hot Rods . . . witty . . . with a very contagious smile. GREEN, JOHNNY Sense of humor . . . loves to laugh . . . dates Dorothy. KAY MILLER was voted the MOST DIG- NIFIED GIRL in the senior class. Kay was a new student in NHS this year. Her quiet manner and sense of humor have made this "Yankee" a favorite among her classmates. CRIFFITH, CHARLES Tall . . . lanky . . . helpful . . . works in office. GLIDRY, DICKIE Short . . . keen . . . beatnick fan . . . loves dramatics. HALBERT, EDITH Sweet disposition . . . favorite Swing? If James says I can . . . always has fun. Uver Class Song HAY XRD. MARION Quiet . . . tall . . . slender . . . pleasing smile . . . married. IIFRIIIN. MARY Slflf Sweet . . . engage-nl to ,Ir-rry . . . plans to attend Durham's, Pep Squad I, 2. 35 F.H.A. 23 perfect at tendance 33 Future Nurses 3. 4g treasurer 4: office assistant 4. BILL KlfI.I.Y was voted the BEST- DRESFED BOY in the Senior Class.'Bill's reserved manner and politeness have Caught the admiration of his fellow seniors. HILTON. JAMES Intelligent . . . genius with slide rule . . . math major . . . quiet. Football Ig Band 1-33 plane geometry award 33 chemistry award 33 trigonometry award 45 tennis 45 salutatorian 4. HKBERT. BETTY Works in office . . . easygoing . . . friendly . . . good student . . . sweet. FH..-X. I-43 G,I.S. I, 2, 3: p.e. award I, 25 Pep Squad 2, 3g prom committee 3. HFDSON. PHYLLIS Dimples . . . going to Shreveport . . . non- chalant . . . laughs a lot. Band I-43 reporter 4: F.H.A. lg Bulldog Beat staff 4g reporter 4g Choral Club 2, 4. JOHNSON. MIKE Good personality . . . cute . . . ideal athlete . . . always teasing. JOHNSON. RAYMOND Good dancer . . . likes girls . . . drives a Ford. MARY ELLEN CONCIENNE was acclaimed BEST PERSONALITY for the girl of the 1959 Senior Class. Mary's graciousness and friendly thoughtfulness have won her many friendships. KEELING. llN Red hair . . . tall . . . muscles . . . athletic . . . artistic talents. Football 2, 3, 4g all-district 4: basketball 24 class favorite 33 track 3. 4-g Art Club 33 most popular 4-g king of prom 4. KEEN. LEIAND Coodvnatured . . . nonchalant . . . tall . . . strong . . . crazy sense of humor. Football 1, 2g basketball 1, 33 duke of hearts 3. KEENE. DORIS Cute . . . always happy . . . pretty com- plexion . . . plans to attend college. Band l-45 majorette 43 librarian 33 office assistant 43 Miss Photoflash candidate 4g Thespians 4. BRUCE JACOBS was entitled WITTIEST BOY. He enjoyed composing and demon- strating his own poetry and quoting a "barely understandable" piece of British eloquence. LIBERSAT, BARBARA Talented . . . Smart . . . always willing to help. G.I.S. 25 Art Club 13 Pep Squad 23 West- emaires 3, 45 perfect attendance 1, 35 prom committee 35 National Honor So- ciety 4. MARTIN, NANCY Short . . . engaged to Sonny . . . good in bookkeeping . . . always in a hurry. Choral Club lg Pep Squad 2g Future Nurses 2, 39 Vice President 35 Western- aires 3, 4. McALISTER, MIKE Tall . . . brown hair . . . moody . . . likes to joke. MCGOWAN, LONNIE Reserved . . . tall . . . very kind at heart . . . always reading. McCOWEN, ANN Dancing eyes . . . always busy . . . rather dance than eat. Nl-XXNlNG. Cllli.-XLD Strong . , . shy . . . if-ry good-natured. Ni.AXSIlBL'RX. BRENDA Attractive brunette . . . beautiful clothes . . . neat . . . engaged to Jimmy. Pep Squad 2: B-squad cheerleader lg Beacon Beauty 1: Westernaires 3, 4: third runner-up for Miss Photoflash 23 17.1-LA. 2: 0.1.5. 1. MAY. ROBERTA Pretty . . . fair-minded . . . charming per- sonality . . . always friendly and smiling. Pep Squad 1, 23 B-squad cheerleader 13 Bliss Photoflash candidate 2, 33 Student Council 1-43 annual staff 1-43 editor 43 Wt-sternaires 3. 43 lieuten ant 3, 43 G.I.S. 1: Quill and Scroll 43 third runner-up for lhlisi Photoflash 4g Pilot sweetheart 43 queen ot prom 4. Seniors Inmate Four! ,N BRLCE AD XNIS hahituallx was the NEAT EST B01 of his Cla s Bruce a xerx pleasant per onalltx led hi Clawmates ln two ways his name wls first in the alphabet and his clothing was iluax potles Nl,-XYFllll.lJ. 'I-lllfl.NlfK Dignified . . . sweet . . . quiet ut times . . . friendly smile. Conroe: Choir 1-33 1".T.A. 1-3: FHA. 1-3: cheerleading association li Kaperettes 2, 3: Tigerette Association 13 Xederland: F.H.A. 43 Drama Club 4. NlEREDl'l'H. DALE Tall . . . dreamy eyes . . curly hair . likes to tell jokes. to National Honor Society MARTHA NELL COFF MAN was agreed upon as the NEATEST GIRL by the 1959 Class. Martha Nell knows how to choose her clothes and wears them well. Everyone agrees she is one of the sweetest girls in the class. CAMPBELL, PATTY MINCHEW Loves married life . . . works in office . . . good student . . . quiet. Pep Squad 1-35 G.I.S. 1, 25 Drama Club 1-45 prom committee 3g office assistant 1-45 Bulldog Beat staff 45 Choral Club 2-45 vice president 4. MORRIS, GROVER Blond curly hair . . . blue eyes . . . loves fast cars . . . everyone's his friend. MILLER, FRANCES Tiny waist . . . quiet . . . darling clothes . . . pretty. G.I.S. 15 F.H.A. 15 Pep Squad 2, 35 Future Nurses 2, 35 president 35 perfect attendance award 2. MILLER, KAY Dignified on the surface . . . has ambitions to be a nurse. Crosswell, Illinois: F.H.A. 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 3g Chorus 1, 25 play cast 35 queen at- tendant 15 Nederland: Future Nurses 45 most dignified 4. MILLS, CHARLES Studious . . . class leader . . . smart . . . athletic. Football 1-45 track 3, 45 class vice presi- dent 25 president 3, 45 English award 15 social studies award 15 American history award 35 salutatorian 4. Nll SSPLXX Ill IT.. L X llitf-tiiwrriwl , . . intrllisent . . . likes to Senmrs fire plzmnl TN, ' H11 Nl' l L ROW 5 Slwrt . . . quiet . , . always neat . . . Sv 'C serinus. Fwttlmall 1, 3. 43 manager 25 basketball 3: Student Cwuncil 3: cutest 43 Science Clulv 4. PARKS, JAMES Silent . . . quite friendly tiwumin and un- it . -i SHEHRIL FUWLER was the likely choice for the girl MOST TALENFIZD in the Senior Clase. She ii kntiwn as a "jill of all tra S lweczuist- tif hr-r capabilities in many ie t S. l'.'Xl'l,l S. ill-QXRII, T . lrlniicl . . . clue- l'XlI't'IHl' j w- .ill . . in .trtixtiv tlrusitigx. I-'tmtlrtill l 2 3' travla l 1' lrg.tNlxt'tl111ll l, 2: luwluull 3-1 54'ieI1Cr'-liliull 4: king uf liwartx lg In-Nt all-r--untl 4: Cla-S treas- urer 3. P,-XX Nlf. llflil Friendly tlisptfxitii-n . . . witty . . . likes tiny sure 1'-iw gniiit' ll-squad l'lll't'l'lt't1klt'l" l: llvp Squad l, 23 Wefternairt-N 3, 4: lfll..-X, 1, 3, 4. Scfz olarsfzzps nown on the tennis court. IICKENH. IHXN Pre-tty hair . . . swf-et smile . . . has a Ford . . . cute as a hug . . . better known as "Teenv " ROYCE SCOTT was easily identified as the boy MOST TALENTED in the 1959 Senior Class. He is known especially for his out- standing poetry in several volumes. He has also received recognition for his excep- tional artistic ahility. POOL. .-XNITA Quiet . . . .1n,. ..., tiny waist . . . non- ehalant. Choral 1. 2: Pep Squad 1-43 F.H.A. 2, 4: Lihrary Club 43 Drama Club 1. 3. 4g Latin Cluh 33 hand 13 all star play cast 4. PREJEAN. LOIS Master joke teller . . . witty , . . enjoys a good laugh. Westernaires 3. 4-g Pep Squad 29 F.H.A. 2. 3. 4: reporter 4. PRESTRIDGE. ROBERT Talks very little . . . small framed . . . drives an ambulance. PILRINIXN. LX NNY Lila- fishing . . . good skater . . . tall frame . . . light headed , . . gained re- PRICE, JO NAS Tall . . . long hair . . . friendly smile . . . good student. East Chambers: class officer lg Choral Club lg band lg F.H.A. homecoming princess lg Halloween princess 13 Neder- land: Yfesternaires 3, 4g F.H.A. 3, 4g song leader 3, 4: F.F.A. co-sweetheart 3: Girls' State 3: Student Council 43 Na- tional Honor Society 4. Ql'EBlflll:Q.'Xl'X, LEATRICE Long brown hair . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . bubbling laughter. RANKIN LOLA ANN freckles loves to dance alwaw happy l ot 3 4 We-ternaires 3 4 Fut e 'Nure 24 pre ldent 4 Pep Squad 1 1 4 Drama Clu 14 Endle s energy Club 4 F.H.A. 1-4: Pep Squad Seniors, Parents Ent ROY NEEL was considered the CUTEST BOY in the Senior Class H15 sly smile and IOVOCHIIVC personality have lncreased his P popularltw and defmltely prewented his being hidden ln obscurity lllflll. ll0lll5 'iny . . . neat . . . attractive brunette "et disp vsitir .. . quiet. l. 2: Westernaires . 4: queen of hearts candidate . RILEY. JAMES Long. tall frame , . good in track . . . runs like .1 deer. Them After Graduation ,4 ,4 RILEH , TONII Attractive blonde . . . engaged to Charles . . . friendlv. Tampa. Florida. Choral 2, Camisota. Choral 3g Nederland: Choral 4g Drama Club 43 F.H.A. 4. LYNN PICKENS won the title of the CKTEST GIRL in the Senior Class. Along with her many superlative qualities will be remembered her freshness and her sparkling brown eyes. SANIFORD, BOBBY Artistic abilities . . . sly smile . . . quiet natured . . . reserved. SANDERS. ROBERT A Ford fan . . . nice . . . polite . . . en- joys teasing girls. ROBINFON. MIKE Red hair . . . freckles . . . good sense of humor. . . loud. RUSSELL. JEAN Friendly . . . helpful . . . cute . . . pony- tail fan . . . engaged to Joe. F.l'l..-'L 1. 2g Pep Squad 23 annual staff 2. 3. 43 Westernaires 3, 43 Future Nurses 43 Drama Club 3, 43 vice president 45 Bulldog Beat staff 43 perfect attendance award 2g National Honor Society 4g charter Quill and Scroll member 43 president 43 Morning Watch 1, 2. SMITH, JLDY Talented . . . witty . . . talkative . . . energetic. FHA. 1, 3, 43 officer 43 Drama Club lg Pep Squad l. 2g Westernaires 3, 45 lieu- tenant 33 captain -lg prom committee chairman 3g school pianist 4. SPENCER, BERTHOLD Dignified . . . very studious . . . good stu- dent . . . quiet. Band l-35 second lieutenant lg progress award lg representative 3g Swing Band 35 Science Club 3, 4g treasurer 45 perfect attendance 2, 3g most dignified 4. DOROTHY SIBLEY saw the funny side of life and became the girl with the BEST SENSE OF HLMOR. Dorothfs infectious laugh keeps everyone around her in a good frame of mind. STANLEY. CHARLOTTE Peaches and cream complexion . . . pleas- ant smile . . . large blue eyes. STANLEY, RAY Hot-rodder . . . beautiful shirts . . . usually quiet . . . easygoing. Road Knights Custom Club 2g baseball 39 king of hearts candidate 2g Bulldog Beat staff 4. STEELE, PATRICIA Talented dancer . . . studious worker . . . long curly eyelashes. Senmrs Consult Collqg GXRX C-XRTPR 12 xalued for bemg the FI IPNDLIENI BOX Ill hw IIQHQQ H1 ralm eaq gomg amlable mannvr ha. wan hlm the admiration of mam people F'I'RIfP:TN1.-XX. RLFSELL .Hcu C up -x' . . . lanky .... 'vicntific mind . . . unprcdictul l -. 'I1HUN1PSUN. JUANN Lovely vyvs . . . :hurt hair , con Iinurvusly tearing . . . alhlvtic. fatalogs for Selections ,IO NNN PRICE has all the gracious Charm that goes with being the FRIENDLIEST GIRL in the Senior Class. Her flashing smile anfl courtesy have been recognized by both faculty and stuclz-nts. WHITE. BARBARA Bruin . . . lnutl . . . gland speaker . . . sturliwus . . . lows band trips. Band 1-4: treasurer 4g librarian 43 flag lamrt-r 2: Bulldng Beat C0-editor 43 Canine Clutter assistant-editor 3: perfect attend- .inw 1,11 Quill .incl Svrnll trvu-iirer 4: juurnulisin .iwurd 3, 'lg National Hwnrir Sm-if-ty 1: 'lilnwpiuns l-1: Future Nurses 2-43 Drama Club secretary -lg reporter 3. WEST. JLQDY Tiny . . . poppy . . . looks like a doll. Seniors Look Forward WILKINSON. LARRY Has big ambitions . . . loves sports . . . sense of humor. F,F,A, 1.43 president 23 public speaking award 1, 23 football 1-33 VoAg I awardg Bulldog Beat staff 43 sports editor3 Science Club 4 WILLIAMS. LXNN Red Hair . . . goes mth Kay . . . we liked . . . happy'-go-lucky. Football I-43 letterman 3, 43 Band 13 Rod and Gun Club 2g pcrfect attendance 23 Science Club 3, 4g president 43 golf 4. W ILLS CAROLX N ROBERTA MAY was voted BEST ALL ROLIND by her classmates Roberta disposition and friendly personality have made her outstanding 1n all her 3011511165 Thls brovsn ey ed blonde of the philosophical type carsed a lasting impression by working hard s sweet Attractne blonde petite cheerleader loxe ports Cla ocial leader 1 B Squad cheerleader 1 NI Photofla h candidate 13 Pep Squad 1 2 cheerleader 3 4 head cheer leader 4 annual taff 4 C I S 1 WIGGIXS. CLI-XLDIQ Tries to please . . . courteous manners . . . contagious smile. WISINEH. .XXX Sweet personality . . . always looks on brighter side of things . . . witty. Class secretary 33 Pep Squad 3g Miss Flame candidate 33 class social leader 43 alumni reprcsuntatise 43 National Honor Society 4. CEYHIL PqXLl.l LS was selected as the BEST AI.L-RULNIJ lnoy in tlie Senior Class. He has always been active in sports and other school activities. Ceyril could usually be sc-cn saiuntering slvcpily into lionic-room five minutes after the tardy lnell. WUUIJ. JANIL5 Innes pldying lm-eliall . . . freckles . . . liurd worker. XYUUU5. Skxlllipk Loidlilc . . . kind ll1'4ITit'll . . . lweuutiful eye-. Student Council 1, 2: W1-sternaires 3, 44 Pep Squad 1, 24 li-srpitiil 1-lie:-rleudr-r 15 candidate for Beacon lie-tiuty 1-3g queen of hearts lg Pilot sweetheart candidate 4. WOODW.-XRD, BILLY Clean cut . . . well-rounded person . . . sincere. WORTHY. EDWIN Liked by everyone . . . llonest . . . level- headed . . . goes with Mary Ellen. Student Council 3. 43 football 1-4g duke of tlie prom 45 best personality -1. WRICHI-. JONEL Neat . . . sincere . . . usually having a good time . . . good seamstress, Pep Squad 1. 23 We-sternaires 3, -1-g F.H..-X. 11-. 79' W' .., gs i N L. lag- Mmm. ,Ki I 5 H "K I ' I I 'H' W l 1 1 irlent. Cliiirlv- Xlillsg Vice President, Cary Cartcrg Sec- ., . H -- TEIIVV. Ann Wistncr: Treasurer, Mary Anne Schichtelg Social War March of the Prlest Mendelssohn ulvr. Sumlrti Whtids, Baccafaumeafe glcogmarri Sunday, May 24, 1959 Prelude .... .... B obbie Huckaby Processional ............ .............. B obbie Huckaby "Pomp and Circumstancen -- Elgar Invocation. . . . . .judy Arsement Scripture Reading .... .... G ary Carter "Whispering Hope" ............... . ...... Dell Ann Trio Julianne Cruse - Barbara Dell Doornbos Betty Ann Handley Sermon ......................... Rev. E. H. McKenzie Associate Pastor, First Methodist Church Benediction . . . . . . . Barbara 19311 Libersat Recessional ........................... Bobbie I-iuckaby HQXQR QIQA-XDIATES Baccalaureate, Commencement, an Gloria llnucet James llillon Charles Nlills Billy Witnitlwarrl Barbara White Judy ,-Xrseinc-iii jean llussell Fvliw- jvaiisminc l.ut'y l.i-llenuvf Jn Nun l'ricc .Xnn Wisliicr .Xnn lin-sxscll llnnnzi .lo lirugr- lirt-nclu Nlnshlvurii lie-rlholtl 5pciici-r Nancy lfullcr l.ynn l'im'kens liarliara l.ix c-rsat Ci-5 ril Paulus james Wirral lftlwaril liellow Loretta lxooiiw Larry Nlussclxsliile Dorothy Sibley David Edgar Kay Blankenship Dickie Guitlry Nlatleline Bloch Coleen Shannon Doris Reue Sandra Woods Holi Bateman Kay Nlillcr Waller lihatclain Bt-ny Hula-ri Sherrill lfimlcr Put Coleman june-l Wright l.ynn Wiilliains llus-vll Slflltillliil llulicrla Nlay Nliluc lloliinson Jeri Payne Arthur Ft-nit Hoy Nvcl ix-UII'07lI1l Honor Society I 9109161771 PruL::f1unal .........,,,.,.. ..,fNcdurlgl:rd Hxgh S.li9ul Band from C frmatxvn Oucrtdru .... Urn .llu E., Kcllcl., D.r. Nlaftur ufCcru:r1'm.cS ........ .....,.. . .Charles F.l1lIQ :alatatur az. 1:3 . 'nat wr. .......................,......... Rev Ha., 'Jr .lug Farrar. ilzlltrwtbapl1:t Cr..r,h 5,,u..al .XIQQL , ...............,.,. N-:dcrlarmi H.gl15tnn. band bclcttfzts truztm The king and I ' 1, S'r.'.t-i Jr a lgrttcr L uflrznt Lic' ............, jame: H.lt fri Salatazdrgan 'Ml J buck K:1'nA'lcd5c'. ........,.... Gl0r.a Dwutut Yalcd.Qtur.an 5puL.al Musa .... , ..........,...... Nederland Hgh Schuul Band lvld5!llI1gI'JI1 Pvst Ixlarph "I Q Pmd Happxness ............................ bglly .kovdward Nut tw Yluld the .4..ner..a:. '.Xal."' .,,. ..,........ B arLara kkhlte Prcbcntarxm uf Clair uf lvfv. ........ ..... N Ir. Orland Strwkland Hgh Sthfwl Prgnupal .iv.ard.ng uf Dxpluznab ..,.............,......,. Mr. Clxde Bruwn Pres, Blard uf T I'.lSlctr, Nederland Indupundcnt Sglwflliljlstrltt Ncdurland Hlgll S,hd'1l .-llrna Mater. ..............,.....,..... .. .... . . . . ...jwdy.-K.rScnmz1l an Carolyn .N llls - St-:nur Chcerluadurf kctcanlunal ...,.,............,... . . .Ncdcrlandll..ghSt'huullLa:1d l-rfnn "C 1rw:rar.'n1CAL-rtnxt' Qfaffozm usda Njtllllltfh uf thc Board '11 'l rusty-cs. Nederland Independant Sgllfwl Dlstrxgl and I-.d1n.n1:-tratlvc Pcrsvnncl Mr. Clyde Brown, Presldent of the Board Mr. Harrl. L. Chester, Vxce-Presldcnt Mrs. H. E. Creswcll, Secretary Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. E. T. Smnh, jr. rXl'Ylldt:L' Marcgan T. L. Kirkland NK. W. Slnclalr V. R. Ramkc, .-kgtrng Supcrlnlcndent R. H Ramos, Buslness Manager C , Im Cll.lS'JIl. .:x5SlSl3IlI Prnlgmpal farzcflcfafai qoz Q1 l5f..Li' .-.da::.r Carl .". zinaid j-.ij, .-.rgu nsfn Kg: ry .'1.d:Iln Chari .nu baker lin, barzfman li1v,..1.l li-L-ll M. jr uNaj.".t' Bernard Kal, E,..,i.?'u:w?np fxladclxnu .s. ,.. C151-li liruwn lurzf, ljrvwn Daxld Capps Garg Carter 'l nnrrmy li. Cessac james Champagne kkaltur Chatulazn. jr. jrll1..Dvt Chrlstlaa Martha Nell C affrnar Patsy Culuznan Evans RN. CJlv1llC Marg' Ellun Cdncaezn Lamar Cwrnnfr Grayd'1nClw5lll, jr jlnx Cmnt Gv:ncCl.1vxl':rd .".l1I.llI'L'5lAL'll GL'l'-llkl llxrlui -jllkll, lJt'lal1'llww.l1,c ljllncrt H. Uunrfn. liult-n Dum-L Gl'AYItI D nnur Plnlwn Dinner l4'nnnuD1'1skull 'l 'nnxny Dduate Davtd Edgar Mlkc iilllfnt A. H. Erwm Dzlnald I-imndren Shcrrlll I-uwler liunald I-rccman Dwnna jx Ipruge Nanpy Ifullffr jnnrny Gary Urnru Cru-n j.:hn Grm-unc Charm: Grxfflrh Dnizxu Gadrv. Ldxth Halsgr .Garuda Hanur. V E1 urctt Hanley La'.:1lHarr1N Par Har-. .li AI.l:1y.1lia'.a:'a Al xi Q. Jag H::'r.: jaznu- H.lIaI1 livtry Ha: :rt Phyllls Had: T1 Lanullc Hauhcns GraLc Hyatt Pal jaLl-nur. brace jacnbs .xllliu juhmsozi Rajan mtl j,h:.Su Pulxuc 1:1 L jun Kcqllng Luland Kccn U'lI'lb Kucnc Ulll Kt-lly Diana Kllllan l..'Jl'L'Il.l Ku 211. L- Sandra Laty l. ,t lllt' Lt-li wan l5Jarl..lra L.In'rs.1r Mah- Mt ."-. l.sVtA1 .jxilll NltU'Mc1. l.n1n1t'Mt'Gvw.nr UCl'LllklNlLiI1ll1Ill.L NantyMarl1n lirunda .klashnnrn liuhurta May 'l hellna Nlayflcld Dall: .Xlcredlth I-ranLcs Mxllcr Kay fN1lllGI' Charles Mllls Party Mxnghew Gruxcr Mdrrxs Larry A'luS:clvsh1tu lilly Nucl jaznca Park: ttcfutlfion CQ. :'1l Paal-: jtr. Payili Ll. t1a11P:rl... LH., ,, . 3, l..,.La PlLx-..w .-.zana Pvll Las Prmjt-dz. it hurt Pruffmlg j, Xa: Prnt l..:f.1'I'1l,L' K ..Q:ft.lt . . Dore licdt jarrxum lirlq. 'l 'lin Lu: Riley' Aims: Ruhlnsun jean Rasbvll ijubbjf Samford Hubert Sanders Mary .anne Stlng flrthar Sdort ifwjrpe Sgott C flccn Shangiun Dur'UthyS1l,wl:j, jndy Sm.th llcrthold Spcnt or Charlotte Stanley Kay btazalcy l,.lYl".Lli.l Stttlc fxvr man bra-hlv U.1lllan15Iurl1:.,4 Val StraLcnt-1 hu, li nwfull 5l!'x'L'lII1-All j'1tlllH 'I hrnnpsun Cnvlu lrahan jurr, Xkadc C1.crr1,' vvCLillllJl'5 Nlaxmc AGSL lnariara 'Ahnc Claude 515751115 Larry Wlll'ilDS'JIl Lynn Wlllldlllfi Carwlyn vlrl1llS .Ann rN1bUlUI' janms NN 'md :Llndra 'du ldi lmllly .N rxdwarxl iitlwn N. frthy ,I fzmvl Wrzgln All-Nigfzt Dance End Senior Year Who Has the Greatest Number Enrolled? The luniors r l xnn ...1 ll X N UHIIH1 lat liunlxl 1 lresulenf julnanne Crum beuetarx Barbara Dell Doom Alexander eavzur 51 l 111 lreslz en Oran lfl t Klum X rx un lx xlfl l .ir x ll ll .1 rr lx ll fll 111 1 ll.n.1r1l lam' I mm tt Xl 1 llr rnanl I 1111 .1 Xl R ll r .Xl1l 1-rlgv. Q 11111111 ."llr'gr1-. - Ll- gd N "QQ'5: " 'Q' : " 'ski' 'Q ' - ' . lm-, Tr' . 1 Q ilwrgm- l -Yric'-. me ' fl t. Ax 1 3 2 1111- . 1111 fulmlresxs. Russell ' A--'1',,lu,' .Nj ' 11' 2 H ginia llullvy. lle-11111 1 l' 1'l.i . rv' ml' lla . 'v'1lL1ll lla 'Q Hwy' ull I 1 11.4 1, 1111 ' . I l' 111 '1. ..1 -1 I K ., 1, I ' Who Boasted a Double Wznner Bloch Sandra B1 nnftle Rrlurta Bfrl Kline B udr aux Lu Brand Drclx Branham Donm an Bridge ,Ianet Brlnklf w Pat Brown Charhe Brown ,llmm Buffmgton Ray Burgm Doyle e Valentme Coronatzonf The ,Tumors Byerly 'Nlarmn Campbell Louls farlrn ,Ioann Carter Edna Cate: Nlary Chatelaln Joe Chlldre Berne Clepper Johnny Coker Kenneth Coleman Blllre Coleman Cecll Conclenne Camellia En li.-h Bob Eppenon, Bc-nny Epp. Kay Lynn En-rm, Mattie Fisll. ffamlyn lfurvlxlun. Inu l'xllWl1'f. Ellen Fulton. Nliuzhavl Go--. Eluiw Clntrlwr. Pat Graham. Arthur Grew-n. jvaninv Crm It nm Lmda I or le x Bum dx Lru ,lulxannf I urtlcf 'N rman D: QUIT IJ rl lhfu llkr I rw b 1r e Dm mlm Barbara Dulu 'Nlollx Duff 'Nano Duran .lof- Ellcnder Klan Who Presented the Dr. Ghoulman Assembly? The Iunzors iff. " 1 1 'nl '1vr1'5 ,CY I r. 14" il 1, H' fgm .15 ef? , jf, lf U JY A, .gn ,-fr ,- , JC , 4 ,A 7 7 ,. 9' 1..., , ,. ,, 5, Nazi If , , ,, Q, 4,- - "Q-Z: 2 ' .2 f wh " ,. 4 vw 43,151 Q- , L a t 33" -511 2' Lgfw, 4. w,,s4,x'2 W W Q 5, Who Labors Ozer 4f7l6TlCClll H1st0r39 The funzors 6-A gl Xlslder red Xlmldfr Nue Nl true n amz Xlllllf Jackn Xlllldlkil Daud X nf nr rm NIOTT1 Lmda Xl' rum Jr .unite Nlurnn Rnhard N1 rwul jllllllly 1 x 'Nuslun Lonrad II an Xl! mt jd 1 an hum X H dr NICElxam Edmn XICNHI Ruhard N mln I 1 N dl!! Hu w Z ,sun fi 'sv ,ou .nv U1 .,, Jsmafy A V K4--lvr. Ifhlu ' 4, I. Q-, , 114114 A ' 1 LaPff , ' m 1- , I QP -" Lvlil v'. 1 'li' 'N . , 1 x Y sm Z , I A I sz, aa I A ,A I.4'NLl'N?'LII. lmix O I,me', Iinlllry , I I.iIl1t', mg .Q , X Lu ' A. J' m 'N + . "' qo ,-as f1f'.'.i'. . , it ,, wa'-S fl' '- . . ggx If r 7 "Q . !, I - . E , ' 4 Q 1- 'Q , .A If A . xl I f if 5 ! iz! . . , A JP .I1 v ' . F I Jr 1, . 1. ' ' " Q ' e , f 'nu . 1' 4 4 'l.', Fred ' N Who Sold Donuts Every Saturday at Dawn for Weeks? The funzors n Imm I1 1 I mar dlfl h fx 1 drrl 11 Xldr hd .1 r Jn amucl 1 4 m IN rr n f laua e Ifrrsman XX altar Pxltn an xc man if--U' Inj an Nlarw I 4 ul mn Knute P h jmk R ure Nu: lard I R hard n a P R14 lwx Barbara 1 N Nhar n R 1 x .xr m .aux ldlrxua R Inch .mx In 4 a Q f"'7 ri "SP v-5 Shoemaker. Peter Smith. Ronald Sr rrell. BUNJ5' Qpiccr, 1 atty Spf-nxlr-r. Ann Stunlvy, Claude Ste-plxvm. lfliffurd Sturrnfk. Aulnrcy Slurnwk. Uarlnara Tatum. Curwlyn Tatum. Pvlf- Tomlin, Patfy Rxman H ward N Ll x Ht r 4 n L Nelf Uurldx Sklur Wm rn wmmnn Juumy lm ua ll B1 nnn Nexxard Be :ln Shn ffm ld Pat Who Entertazns the Seniors at the Junior-Senior Prom? The funzors QQ511.. ' 4 Sa if- -. ,U niP Saltlvr. jimmy 5.-if. 1,.,.,1a L 1 .- , H141 N. .Au ' , Sir 5, I 4' is Q .h . Xt, N , , W , N, , Who Remained the Lowes! Underclassmen for Two Years? The Sophomores 1 IX ix 1 an 'lx IX ll lx 'Nano xllldlld XX 41111 ll l dui i rm Hall: xx xx xlx lnnnx 'X " .au X .1117 Y I ff 0-v N ull If x .1 n rx IHSII I ltd ll' 1 Sr rflrnx 1 H1 I Jrl Ylfflszmr I ll X man 13.11 mm .1 r nkl x f u li u mm xn 9'1f4'f Who Szts zn the Back Section of the Auditorium? The Sophomores Burn ,Iurh my In fdfildll Il NAHIIX n x H 1 fhrl Ilan N P Q4 rh4 III: W anda ate lim a fir! 0 n Ill f Fuxwnrth I moe Frevnian Tommie Frm-nc ll Carols n ba pan! ji an C Nlarwn Green. Nancy Griffin, Dale Criffilli. jamvs Griffith. Mike Haninlonais. Arthur frdwf ni W amid xi 1 x ii ar Ildxi Ihar oth Dmntfn Jimmx 1 IIdXlf ID wie-n Hrvnria IJ mfen ,I mix J il: I I4-n n ant I I' x Harris I I' dw mf Namnn I' Hum!! N ie x Inilm Rudi lph All Who Boosted the Bulldogs During Basketball Season? The Sophomofes H lldnff Hdrlmdra vkln Qu n f U III IPL Xfdrll ffl 4 n Huffman B111 Huffman I .nn Irlvx has am l 1 fd f nr m jun Jarrell Lsnn mn n P1 1 1 ln nm H It H J Hanmmof-k. Mary Harrix. I.-frvlta Hmnhornv. Linria Haynv-. Pat H+-affrivk. Linda Hvnrfvrxf-rl. flllillrj' H1-nwn, ,linuny H+-rrin. Karol Hif-k-. Stvvnart Hillf-y. llharlvnr' 'l A lx x Kun: X U Q 1 H1 k In 1 ar 1 I' Y ll lxnkg .url lr. kann I 14 mlnl lx ll 1 ng Who Had a Whzng Dzng New Years Eve Party 9 The Sophomores n A Q Bu lflt a I. an R n 1 narfi nf Lum fharlw Lf-su C vnda Lf ta n Sxlls N c x ll Nldnllum Nlar arvt Nlnnt mmrx f win not T6 IIB Xlxfr Xmrlla 'Na lr Xlmme 'Nemlx Nandra Nah n. Harlvn N4 1 nv. Jimmy Pa v. 'ay Pallun. XX 35110 I au ux. R sv Nlr D1 nald am: Nh Donal! ff p N11 Farland J r- Xlrfarldnrl lhoma 'Nlrblaun D1 rx Nici Hman fharlen Xlannm War ant NI r hall Xlten Nlarw I Jlllh x I hdrl: tt Nlauaux I an XI: ach vx frrw Xletnalf ame Nh rr amf Nlunk ,Ianlcf 5 .xx I Who Domznates the Honor Roll The Sophomores R ul Je rx R 11 Dun x Rr imvr N im in 4 ir x N rw UC Riple x lhirlidra R ,lim Ji H4 lam on Xldrtlla iii llf XX .irren ld Q cam Judy iur B in N11 llaxn llllilf in II 1 ll 51 i I r n Mr mid 1 I Ark r mt Nlariuv Rahdr lmfla nn in r Re mlmr ml Nlarx ,Z ,Lv farm 1 n x lin ian Nimm nm .iux ldv 1 ll l X .1 Smith. llalla- Smith. i. Q. Smilli. in Smilli. Inn '- Smilii. R11 hard If m Has ffl! lwst Iltfnrfflmf Raoul' The qophomores X 3 Smlth, Rlchard Stamples ack M fl' Paul Sterlmg oy Steweng Chrmmf Strwklund a M f rf Treadaway, Ben Tucker Jrmmy Wlute, Ehzabcth Wood Carolyn Young Gayle Ntam .lunmx Stutzman Jams ancxl Nlarxanne Ntclls ane .nv L' wif W Tuohw John ,N ,""' Thlhodeaux Durrpll fxmr Kenneth Q IBS Jeanfttf Waller A J Watrous Llnda W tlnroolx Jlmes df! ha M47 'Puff 7,1 4 's 'CH and 5 xx. -A Wlntman, Phoebe W on Klum Wllwn Nllkf., W1nberg,Pr1sc1lla Wmglur Laura W rlght Anna i"""" rv 7e10ler Darlene 0 I S Sophomore C.laQs Faw0r1tcQ are Peggy Bellue and James Metcalfe If " 'A f-Q, 'W 1 .7 ,' n 1-21.1, , ' f 41 f 'V , N w I in . - I 2 2' ' - ' 19. .. 13, 1 ' :A - I XR I X A ,, . 14' 1 ' Yi ,' 1 ' -1 i ii Q 6,1 L It ' L 7 1 1' . ' M ' j ' ' ,', J 'ie Q plvy. ' j St ' , . ' Q ' J S llj, f , A ' fr .Q ' ?' .1 4 'fn . 4 1923 ' ' f M5 ,I 'Q 'Z ' f 5' 4' .ar un ' 5- , , if lg - I I ' - h a W ' x -. V in , 1 'a fly I W ., ,ar W f - M W A wr - In 1 "' ' ' fy R ' ,, 'Q ' f I ' ' , ' f , 'I ' , f . ' ' . 5 "" Q .4 5 , 42- A, V ' 1 l f. '1-fl . 4 of . ' 1 3 f A , ' ' , . - , ' 'es '. 4 I .,.. A V V VV A, , ,V Q -, " I t I at 4' ' ' , JQ rm -' f - Q 1 - ,f F' , X l 1 or or 4 A l ' A f . . . . ,HS N, I .k1A.h . .. .fxyli an .- ' f ' . 5 , Y , i 45, ' S, ' ' V l , A .4-f - . ' ' '-r Z? 1 3 T ' 4- . w- ., - .' . A W 5- f2' ' 'L l h, 1 . 1 R 5 Y ' ' 'P' 7 4 I ull' Q, Q 397 WV A 9 NX, f XC4' gf Fall L.,- 'N " 1. n'o".'4 er thf' mtixily. Ihr- Pi-p Squad m-rv loyal -npportv'r- from thv fir-I ganif' to thr- lu-t Day and Night Pep Rallies Add School flaps rollerl arouncl again on September 2, innnf-mliutvly following the Labor Day holiday. lhipitv the 1-xtrf-nie heat anil faithful fall rains. enthusiasm soared high as the new foothall season approavlwrl. The- weekly games. preceded by occas- ional llnirstlay night pep rallivs downtown. the Fri- day morning pop rallies in the gymnasium. and the for tie ufltm d r iccrea rr ant Jenn Joost S0100 pirlt ' 52' , W., hifi , .L ,..,,NN'N- , Am? ' EMI Yarfity f'llt'f'Yll'31lt'T- don working: uniforms to lvaml vwning pr-gi rally on Main Str:-et. ' U' ft I ,. I DX-, 4 +4, 9l'12'm Q ,F ,bg 'ii' 3 xc: r gexg' 25 QQQ, ed . 3 fimi' 5 Q uf J., 3050 5, "'r.sx5 Y ,' I df ' 2 ,.av""'MA Y 45214 5' 5 gi 4 A I . it g . I 0 D .x gal .b JN s -.W 9 4' , fl 1 na-va Wifff 3 Z-' gf, J- t J , A Q . . v I I ,Q I .' ,si J f V. .A 4 1 ft lf' ' 54 1 . -- 25 1. ,AAQ we P ' ' Q I 6' H., 114-111:-rmxllllgz we-vk. -..- bwwafg ',,k T I E 'Z 'L Q.. - ' -2, ?"1ff" fl.-fa Q,f5fN'f" F1 1' L . . fir!" X A 4 A 5 ,Q , A 3412-g., IIf1IH"K'4IIIlIlQ 81l1X1lIf'NlI'g.lII M1111 51:11.16-f1frxxl1 XI1ilI15lYI'I'f. on L K A7Y.H.S. C1'!!'III'IlfC'S l1UllIl'l'0IIIfl1g p- ...Q -n ary I-lllvn. lfmrllrgall SXW't'll1V'LiI'l. lu-gin rvign fur 1111-11114114 lx lyyggy, hqgl qluljng ,mlmgil lwllfilv, Fl1Iw'!lIlllf!lLi4'llI I.1'lk1'y. L1-'I-IMI lly NIP- ,lux-lv' HUQ. vlwwll- Klum livtll Kli-- lflgum-. in if 17' q Y' -. Winter N.lf,S. students and citizens -upport the Bulldogs during a basketball game. Nlr. Yilha was official scorekeeper for the game. fanzzflry Brings a New Semester :Ks the days gradually became cooler, memories of the football days and nights waned. Students decked the classroom doors with bright ribbons and shining ornaments, prepared Christmas boxes for the less fortunates of our community. and daydreanied eagerly of ways of spending the holidays away from school rooni routine and homework. Basketball season afforded the opportunity for xertinv our enerffv cheering for our athletic heroes K 94 rf rr. and took our minds away from mid-term examina- ffoavli Kettler tries for frfe throw point during faculty basketball game. suv' vt, i , J- N u cnt C until prtpart li x r the unf rtunatt miur conimunm Ntudtnt Liuncil member load f ,ml n car to iur tm n idx fain 78 1-' M 1 Q wf?wf ' 1 ,A fs . A it 'fe -1' "-if N 'gr' :y ? T A Q 5 -, X1 A A Huff' L 15 5 A 3 6 wa J IC, S 1 4 121: ,3 ' x A D924 w . 1 r 5 9 v 1 , l,. igffal. " fs .y., l .4 -pf, I ' A 32? 1 gg ,Q 1 '-9 W . .15 1 bw a ,9-i ? 517333 i ' -ld -..AH I 1 .4' W, 'JJ ff- Mr. Lockcy enjoys chat with Rnhcrta May and Mrs. Chamhlc-ss. 1' 'Y sn6hl ft A 7 -. 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S.- ' Q1 M, , . 1 f If . n R I 3 v a. 3 2 . .asf ,, ,wh Si X vi 'av fudy Arsement and Davzd Edgar Are Chosen Mr and MISS NHS by Faculty D-XY ID EDC-XR NIR 'NEDERLAND H1 h Qchool K ff fr ag-E-ff jiri A .54 3. JUDY ARSEXIENT 'NIISS NEDFRI XND H1 h qchool Roberta May and Billy Woodward Receive the Danforth Award BILLY WOODW ARD ROBERTA MAY of Three Girls Holrl Highest .fiverages of Their Classes REBECCA FEWARD Junior 3' ANNA WRIGHT Sophomore Ii a -qv GLURIA DOUCET Senior .T.H.S. Stresses Selzolarslzip. Character, Leadership, Service EQ 'Wi- FIRST ROW Ann Crefuell Juds Arsement Jean Ruxell Donna Jo Fruge Lx nn PlCkCI'1Q Barbara Whlte QECOND ROW Clorla Doucet jo Nan frrce Eduard Belloss Cesrll Paulu James Wood Blllx Woodward Barbara Llber at Mm W1 lncr 'NXFIONAL HONOR QOCIET1 OXTII pcdge IIINSQH to uphold the ln h purpo ex ff thr 'Nallonll Honor 5 nets to which I la e been eluted I ll I I ue tc Ile prmuplc f nhuh t tr rl x lw o a limcg my Q oo 1 ' vi ma'11tain 'nc cncoura Q hi .lama L: o Scro - -hip. Character' Lcaderghip. and Service Barbara Dell Doornbos and Pat Brinkley Attend Boys' and Girls' State PAT BRINKLEY Boys' State Representative BARBARA DELL DOORNBOS GIILS State RCPICCCIIIZUVC 5 x. K" f 1 3 . , , 4 'HQ A 'A A 1 ' Thirty-three Seniors .Ira Recognized 'S -v' fi L L-55+ I I I LIZ NIAQIXJY DIIIKIE GKIDRY JI'IJI'l'H IILRNS ALTON NIARSIIALL 5m-Cl-11 I IIIXHIILI I Iloiiiviliukingx II EIIQIINII II RINSELL STREETMAN GLORIA DUITIET .-Xiiwrimn Clioniical Sucivlj' Award S1-niur Englixh Cixivf Lilimry Club Future Tmcllers CAROLYN FISH .Iuniur Girl! IKE vs , 3 'NZ' Spunixh II PAT GOTCHER Library Merit BILLY WOODWARD Zoology LYNN PICKENS SIIUTIIIJINI II Office I'ruc'tiCc BARIMRX WHITE ,lmirmli-in 1:9 Scholastic Achievements FRED MOORE LARICE FOXWORTH DALLAS SMITH Ccneral Metal Trades I Homemaking I Mechanical Drawing I JAMES HILTON Texas Chemical Council Award Trigonometry Adv. Chemistry Bausch Sa Lomb Honorary Science R. O. Medlin Math Award MOLLY DUKE Library Merit PAT BRINKLEY Junior Class Preside Ill REBECCA SEWARD English III Speech II Latin II Library Merit i ANITA POOL BEN TREADAWAY PATTY GAYLE MINCHEW JOHN SMITH Drama I Sophomore Boys' P.E. Office Assistant Biology fa! 'I 1-8 'if funior Class Cops Twenty-seven A fi? 'Pal' BETH TUCKER JIM KEELING Art I Art II S-df? LOU ETHEI. FOREMAN .lunior Girls' P.E. RICHARD MURRAY BETTY HUBERT JOE DURAN American Hiswry Office Assistant Solid Geometry Trigononietry Chemistry WINSTON SETZER Mechanical Drawing II MARY SUE HERRIN Officc Assistant CHARLES GRIFFITH Special Service Award Office Assistant GRACE HYATT Office Assistant PEGGY BELLUE General Math . I.. 4,,. KES: edals for Their Share of Honors 1 GAYLE TRAHAN Senior Boys' l'.E. Texas Hi-tory JERRY REED Algebra II CHARLES MILLS Solid Geometry Physics Senior Class President NORMAN STEHLE General Metal Trades I LOIS LEVASSEUR Office Assistant Seventeen Sophomore Brains Make the T fc' Qu -rf 1: 'ef- N x v GLENNIE WALLACE AR'l'Hl,'R SCOTT MARIAN BYERLY Choral Arts and Crafts Bookkeeping Library Merit in 127 'Y fx? at ANN CRESWELL CRAYIJON COWGILL KAY IRBY Family Rt'l21li0l'lS Uffim- pbsi-luxit Lilrrary Club lla-Kalb Agri. Assn., lnc. 1 PATTY SPICER Spanish I KAY LYNN EPPS Office Assistant JERRY COWGILL Vocational Agriculture II BERTIE CHILDRESS Student Council GERALD GUILLOTE Plane Geometry ,Z the Stage for Their ,4ufc1rds Y ., 00" DIANNE NIELSON C-W'EN ALIJREDCE FAYE WHITLEY Library Club Hnnn-rnuking: III Offim' As-i-tunt .IUDY ARSEMENT Business English FRANCES MILLER Senior Girls' P.E. PAT STEELE Library Merit BETTY SCOTT PAT SELF JOYCE WHISNANT Typing II Latin I Library Award mg v--Q5 i vw. .9 MARSHA LANE Shorthand I ,nw-1 'Wf SAN DRA WOODS Office Assistant -I-ww, ? f lQ Five Seniors Attend High School Every Day for Four Years LAVELL HARRIS PERFECT ATTENDANCE Mary Beth Askew Reginald Bean Edward Bellow Linda Bellow Lucy Boudreaux Bertie Childress Charlotte Davis Tommy Ducote J oe Duran Kay Lynn Epps W. H. Erwin Rudolph Fabre Carolyn French Dale Griffin Charles Griffith Polly Hammons Betty Ann Handley Loretta Harris Carol Sue Herrin Stewart Hicks '58-'59 BARBARA LIBERSAT GAYLE TRAHAN it 43' BARBARA WHITE Mike .leansonne George Keester Elmer liieschnick Diana Killian Karen Kirkpatrick Betty Koonce Loretta Koonce Jimmy Lal"oint Bulinda Lee Charles Lewis Reynaldo Little Robert fVlcElvain Jerry Meadows Minnie Nagle Kyle Paxton JAMES WOOD Lyman Periman Dorothy Rice Barbara Ripley Patricia Robicheaux Priscilla Robicheaux Lloyd Salts Winston Setzer Patricia Sheffield Russell Streetman Patsy Tomlin .lohn Tuohy Olan Webb Larry Winans Anna Wright .lonel Wright Soren Svniors Receizf Scholarships ,, Qu. 'IUNINH Ill ffH'l'lf I,Hlilf'li'l'-X KUUXCIQ ISI-.I IH Ill Iilyli I 'xlllllllli N-lmlurflnip Xlumni Svllulalsllip liurhum Hlhilu-N5 llullcg fqrby , 4' CIUIII X llfbl HMI' llvltu ki r Ly nn Wrillidxux pn-xv r. Wwrwrl W-rmv club -lynn-.iwrx Hr. Xvjllld .1 4 pf ll Bxlifgxlix LIBERSAT IQIPXX XIII! 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P NA367 so coLLEcT new YORK NY 25 1255PME K T WNFR px PM I2 40 rrx NI alter Q 1 ram sauce Jncoss, cms BuLLnocs BEAT , , ,4,u,,U, r5NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL NEDERLAND TEX wuuur CRUSE SECOND HARTHA DELL ROBINSON THlRD UARYANN PREJEN FOURTH ROBERTA MAY MANY THANKS FOR CHOOSING NE AS YOUR JUDGE BEST UISHESS GARRY HOORE Mew' edfwf llr t Runmr up N1 Ui I H X DLI I NTBINSUN Nu mul Runner up 'NI Uh XXX I lil JI YN RUB! Nl X 'NI XX .jeg 1- "' ' um Q... an n A- J- ln. .- 4...-1. uh,--. u -gn. - 4 : 1 : Wg, 'L I . , - F ' - Ca I . w1l'f' wut thu lfmgg-aw l l'l'g' tw ' ' N.H..'. Tir- "I3ll.I.lJ0fQ BH-YIM am '-I tln- ' u , :- V 1 k'fiNNERS OF YOUR CONTEST AS FOLLOWS FIRST JULIANNEA ' 'WX L-.-,..' I . N A 'TO W ' ,y A L ll UOMYANY Wlll lffllellff IUDGYYM 'll 'ff IINRUND Xlcliln lf, W 1 A , . A , , I. . F znalzsts Ln Beauty Contest DONNA JO FRLCE Senior BETTY AVN HANDLEY Junlor RITA FAYE VIOORE phomore LINDA HAW1 HORINE Sophomoxe SHFRRIL FOWLFR cmor LIND X BERAN -XRD Junlor A . v A 'ly E . ,Q . t 5 Y ' 'fs So f'l?I'fIl'.N RH!If'I'ffl Um 'Iliff ffm fXf'f'f1-IIQJ Irv' Um! lilfflllffll' H1711 fI171l'0l'-S ,A"' O 3 Q C , 1 nxt ..- if 'ox Saw- L..-s' 3 U JIM KICICLIINC IiHlil'1R'l'VX HAY 1 . funior-Senior Prom Climaxes Enventful Year Edwin xivllfthf' Mary Ellen Cumimlle I'- 1 if D310 Griffin Betty' jc-an Iirinklr-5 SENIOR5 A SOPHONIURES PROM COIQHT Jfrhnny Huhncs ' , Caroly n Fish Jlnxlon X , f Jrxmn I I30 AW? fiv Lu HQ! ! iv Urgamzatzons ' s " ' L 1, HO" ,Q Y 3 Jr KX Q .....-2... if in Government JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: Con- rad Newton, Bertie Childress, Barbara Doombos, Julianne Cruse, Linda Ber- nard, Betty Ann Handley, Pat Brinkley. ' SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: Judy Arsement, Doris Rene, Jo Nan Price, Gary Carter, Edwin Worthy, Terry Brown, Martha Nell Coffman, Donna Jo Fruge, Roberta May. SOPHOMORES REPRESENTATIVES Judy Burns Becky Brown Rose Ellen Paulu Liz 'VIcCloy Linda Hawthome Mary Ruth Pleasant Mary Ann Stancrl Ronnie Leger The Pilol Staff Finishes a Successful Year gf AG , where, 341a..-,, . SE,'X'I'ElJ UN FLOOR: Nlurly vvnnmlr. fJXUI'iKt'r1 Durig Dr-Quir. uctixitiesi Jvun Russ:-Il. seniors. l,EF'I' TO RIGHT: W.md.1 imrln-llw. lmrwrx: Nlrf, 1Ql1.m1lrh-fs. sponsor: Lnricc Fuxxwrtll. c-lusfcrg Hulu-run Nlku. miitwr: Cilflilfll xvillz-Il1Il'l'I Jw :Xnn 'I'h1m1psffn. adminiftmtiwn. lmr tm-nlx-flu' warf the uxwfulllzaallml kmm A fur Ihr- lmnk of 111:-rlwrlf-s IIUIIIIFIIVII wurlx fur XH.5. students, Urlglnulh thx- hunk nu: Ll wrminr annual. hut fix Nurs ugh the fluff cl:-1 ich-fl lu inrlurlc spring zlvtixitivs. 'lhe-re-furv. ilu- l'J33-1934l'1'In1aml -uf'm'4-mlilug: l'1'lnlx lN'i'llIIlT'ft'Z1I' X 1'-uxlrmltm' uf thc- f'u'ullx 4-lim:-v lhm- -tiff from 'ilvlrlirzatirrlnf suhmitlwl hy hwnur wll . K , 1 1 blll1l!'lllH frmn all l'l2lrSifil'illiUIlN. vi- , 1 5, jf.. . . .-, 4 , yL,,5i -. .N. ...L th:-ir nlutim-5 xnulllvmu- ami xuriwuf. hu I'1t'lJfUilff they spwnwr il Pilut Sum-vthe-a11'l and king mul 4JUl'l'll uf llc-url-1-mllm-at annul tha- YLlh'lllillt' hall Ill tht- late spring the ftuff uf thi- war xwrw Q'UIIlIJlilIlt'lltC'Kl with tmp lliIllll'fr. um- in BCLIUIIIHIII mul the ulhcr QliXt'Il hy il fluff IIlClIlIil'!'. -M La we Jean Russell President I36 40 Quill and Scroll Adopts Name of Milton Turner, Journalist Qi. Ill Iili ll ti? X xg .2 .lx -: ga.. A ,7'ff""3 ' f -Ji.-L? 1 . . 'QQ , T TO Rlflll' NI In lu Qponsor liruct .tcolij Joyci Tretidmiy Qccretary Nldrty Efoodsg Rohn-rtu Nluyg Eloise Goss: Barbara White. lieporterg Kyle Paxtong Mrs, Cltumlilt-ss, Eponsor. The Quill and Scroll is an international journalism organization with an honorary ineinbersliip seleetecl from the upper thircl of the junior zmcl senior classes. Nlemlrers limi' clone outstanding work in etliling the llullrlog Heal or in pulrlisliing lllle l'1'l0I. The lYetlerland lligh School was gruntecl a charter this year ancl charter memlrers is ere initiated in the spring. Its purpose is to promote the field of journalism in our school and to promote the spirit oi enthusiasm and cooperation among high school journalists. f-fi 1' . QE? fd' twig Bulldog Beat E I ... ' .bb LEFT TO RIGHT: Bruce Jacobs, Editorg Kyle Paxton, Assistant Editor Barium White Editor Coleen Shannon I ice Prz szclenr Bulldog Beat Informs Students of School Activities LEFT TO RIGHT Ihyllls Hudson Helen Domec Ray Stanley Edna Lar ter Loleen Shan non P11 LEFT TO RIGHT Ja n 0 Rlchardson Spun or Xll L1VlN I tl r r x W llkln I1 Bonmf qlfll OSCE e ld s Luk rn ,lean Ru ll frrulfl Dar Poms xllI'lf'l1CYS lZ"".. 'Www iii? M'-."""'w r:rf11':: mlm """'--. C-K The Bulldog, Heat 1s the 'Nederland Hlgh newspaper publl hed for and by students lts purpose 15 to p1 omote school sp1r1t and keep studentu mfonned of chool actnltles Publlca t1on of the newspaper IQ done bx members of the J0l1I'Il3llSI11 class st ho make up the staff lhe purpose of thl uorkm UI'g8l!lZE1llUIl 1 eruee to the school 1t 0I'g3.Il1Z3l1OI1 and lts tudents Nlembers took sex eral fleld trlps to hxgh school journalist meetings and area newspapers Ihey hate sponsored many outstandmg aetlvxtles throughout the year I37 1 I 1, : ,- 'fQy,, -its , ' . , J ' A K ,ww 1 ,. ,Q , it , .7 . , - ss 5 Y I . -il Liu. " .4...'.,,..' f "" H I . , ,n 'Nw W' .ffm 't "M .- 5 4 ZX . -4, X P , ,Z .I . . T , I' , s A ss " Q, A 4' it .. Y. SO, ., u H -W 9 2 ' T' Ji, ' -.S L X Tr L vary. lil! . ' V . , -N, - 5. A V I-, ' tt- l L- ' tez. ' " V +: T T , l ' "QE an 1 - W. 5 N x ' :,..fffv tx 'Q 0 A I , , ' . . ' I -f' 'fn . " 5 2 , A ,, ' A ,lc . f i ai. - ' l- .Y ' '- 'S Y u ... X . 1 ki V 5 . . X Q . S .'. . . .D - , .Sv .g .. .SS L' ..5 ..57 ' ' s -. . 5 e ' ' ' ' ' e ' 1 ' M Science Club Launches Rocket QC A5 FIRST HOW: JoAnn Thompson. Pat Steele. Linda Concienne, Molly Duke. SECOND ROW: .lalckie Nliller. Clary Winans. Niekie Reinu-rs. ,lerry Guynes. Kendall Burr. Larry Winans. Billy Wootlwaril. Gerald Durtez, Rielnird Murray. Lynn Williams. Sponsor Mr. Villiu. THIRD ROW: Ihixid Edgar. llilty Spicer. llolu liatenuin. ff:-yril Paulus. Kyle l,.lXl4PIt. Ulun W1-lmlm. Charles Brown, Fretl Nlelder. ,lirnniy l.til'oint. ,ltunes Hilton. Roy Neel. l"Ul'R'l'H ROWY: Terry Brown. Cary lgtrter. Joe Nlclfurluntl, Samuel l'titn-rsoii. Nlike Jeunsonne. lllmrles Wliiddon. Winston Seitzer, llerald lluillot. .loc Duran. George Ki-ester. Manual Pre-Yost. ,loc .-Xllen. Larry Wilkinson. The Science Club. founded in the late '3U's. went into inactivity until last year when it was reorganized under a new charter. Having the express purpose of developing interest in science. the Club is composed only of persons taking higher science courses. During the year the Clulm has many outstanding speakers. films. tours. and projects. One yearly higliliglit is the launf lung of the NHS rocket series. -up Ul'wl'llliEH5Z llirltie Cuitlff. R1 ure-rg flury Carter. Secre-t.ir'y Terry' lirotn. Yiee llresident Lynn Williuin-. President. porter: lg1'T'lllltlll Spencer, ln-.is F.H.f1. Members Enjoy Fat Stock Show QMAKUFJ .J-. 1 1 -, "1 X 47 x NEWYN1 Mr ROM L Nlr Moore Sponsor bponwr llle purpose of the F ll X clulm IQ to lnroarlrn 1nlereQt ln llommnalung anfl to work for a good home 'md l-8I1lllN llfc f I all Am g.1rl rnrolled lll llUll1t'IN3lxlllg 1 Cllgllllf' to jom ll1lQ club Thr Lluln rneek tmu 1 month at Illglll and attzncls one fllgtllnt xnvftlng per Qemeqer Blg acln mes Include a trlp to tho Dallas ljdlf and a lrlp to the HouQton liat btock Shows Two gurls are plCkCd to attend the btate mvetmg ln Dallas w 1th the sp0nQor 'K Qlwiisaf tal! 'WQSH ,.- FHA OFFILERS STANDINY 1,015 Prqmn Reporter Barbara Rlpley and Donna Fruge H1 IOYIJHG bmn Kldnd 1 lmmt UN DIN UN llofllly Slblu Iresldcnt ,ludx liurm hrst hee Pre ldnnl Ro 1 Paulu Nmnd XICP Irs ldlnt Anne hay Srcretarx lmgp Bclleu Treaiurcr ON 1-LOOK Pat Ntmmm-r larlmnmentarldn .Iudw Snulh and Jo Nan Prlce Song L6-aderQ Jeep NIcDunald Parlmnu nmrlan F.H.A. Representatives Attend Dallas Meeting Sf RP1!ft'Sf'flfllflllS of lzbrarx Hub illenrl State Conaentzon zn Abllefle F.-14. x . . - I.IiF'Ii TU RIKLHT: Vat SIl'.li'l'fll'l'. l3rvnd.1 l:dI'L'lJf'. Ulu' Hnpv Wmwr. PJ! G1lICllQ'I'. Marian llwrly. Him Yl'I1.lIl11'. K.1tln-rim- Xlm RL1Il4il'll. lJi.mn4- Niljl-llll. Nldrllm Vdrri-ll. Gary Carter. .Xmx F5-1-ml--r. ,lu .Kun fklflill. l',1l Xwung. Pvggy lhmly. Iqnvll Un-nm-lt. ,lmnz-Itv Nlwrwnt. Hattie l'1wn'II. Km lrluy. Xn1t.1 l'mrl, PM Fu-vlr-. l,El"'I' TU RIGHT. .-'KT 'l'.XHI.E: juycw: Wvllixnant, NI-rllx llukv, l.imi.1 Kv-Nh-r. Spwlm-wr Nlrx. Ftbmvil. Hclwwu Se-wud. lllurikx llwllcrt. Janice Nlvtrvyr,-rx. 'lbhv Ne-flm-rluml High Nhfml l,ilIrur5 lllulw ix ai IIIUIIIIPVT uf tha' VIAVPII Xgv Lillfilff 'M-4wia1liw11 nf ,IQVNQP mul for ilu- lm-I Q-lglll yvurf has In-vu rm'lrr4'wlllv4l in Illllll 1lisll'ic'l P zmfl -tulv :rm-ling-. li,-I-w-vu Fumrfl, nur Iwi! pre-Nimle-nt. will wrw as Ftnlc lIl'FlIlCl!t 1 I -4' -1 ful l"3'l-rf1l.uftf-1'inningllwlmftulf-Xi'-v l'n-fimlvllt for l 1.14,-J 9. 'Hn' Illllfiffxl' wi nur vlulv i- nut mslx In gin- lilvrury N0I'Xil'l' In the wluflvnls ami falclllty. lful al-ff tw lnlvn'-I Nluclz-nt lllrlliff ufxl-lar1lN1:1Ill:-fu-l1l1Ifl1lvr.1ry Nl ltIl1t. Tllcrc un' txwnlx-fin' IIll'II1llL'fF mlm ham- parliviputccl ir1.f0xc'1'ul aumuzll uvlixitim-s. ruth gl- ilu- gumunl ,muh ut Lgilw 'll'-jzix. m-im-r ftvilrlx th:-al:-r purtiw, Hunk We-vlx 'l'Q'Li fur fm nity uml 1,411-nxt-. :xml Liul'llKlilIl4'Q' ut lliflrivl mul Flalm- Nll't'lillQlN. Rebecca Seward to Scrzc as Strztff Prcszdcnt of T IL 4 fm 1939 1960 Jawa . 'Q I as Q, Vi Q . ,, Y f -. .f--1 1 X 1 t - N " . - Q i f . X. ,L l ' ' . . , . , ,- . 1 - . , M A rn . ffl e , D I r ' r - N I , . , 1 R ,. it . lu. L 'Xe f l ' ' 'ww' " " -9 --M,-N-4.0-'mm Q i ,QM , ' ,. .. ....-............ ,-ww ,.....4..-......f-A --N, --' i i Am-.Hx ' ,T , ' i -1 . . - ,N I W , K rn ' l M , 5 f Y I l - ' l 'es XJ f , 1 ' y , Q " - , V sv ' I ' . - , 1 . girly . , .. , W VW X K 14, 4, - , in ff-f"'t' ' i Q Q h , I 'Y- ' im r.?'s veil is L Becky Seward mtroduces out tandlng Texas author Loula Grace Mrs Stancll thmks conventions are excxtmg wlth so many zhmgs Erdman at TALA State Comentxon m Abrlene to do and see i VV Nlr Arthur Green from C O V511 on Jr Hlgh and WIN Stancll Comentxon are not all meetrngs and work It looks a. mf Becky from Hlgh School prepare to lease for Xbllene at Q 30 A 'Nl Seward and Gary Carter are hawmg fun I43 LEFT T0 RIGHT: Colleen Daggot. Linda Headrick. Car- olyn King. Barbara Richey. Pat Haynes. Janet Bridges, Billie Coleman. Camellia Con- cienne. Patricia Hohicheaux. Marty Woods. Adeline Young, Betty Koonce. Susanne Chris- tian. Rita Moore. Nelda Pugh, Bulinda Lee, Pat Self, Mary Ann Stancil, Anne Kay, Jeep McDonald. Betty Kelly. Bob- bie Lea Huckaby, Carolyn Fish. Peggy l-lagood. Alice Borel. Mary Cates, Susanne Hopkins, Beverly Beck, Pru- dence Kirby, Rita Venable, Glee Hope Wieaver, Anita Pool. Joyce Treadway, Kay Blankenship, Phoebe Whit- man. Mary Ann Schichtel, Rose Ellen Paulus, Mary Ellen Concienne, Priscilla Winberg, Dianne Killian, Lois I44 The Pep Squad :friends Games Through . 3 Rain, Hail, Sleet or Snowv chool is eligilnle lo join. Certain rules and regulations must he observed in order to remain in tht- Pep Squad. Girls must provide their own uniforms and must never lrecoine a discipline problem. Pittman. Gloria Doucet, Doris lVlcGlaun. Joann Thompson, Gayle Young. Peggy Hardy, Pat Young. Bertie Childress, Judy West. Judy Delahous- saye. Becky Brown, Ann Sponsler, Tommie Freeman, Wanda Corhello. Glenda Lewis. Judy Marvel, Mary Beth Moore, Linda Concienne, Mary Redmond. Gwen Mont- gomery. Katherine Van Ran- den, Marian Byerly, Marsha Lane. Brenda Barclay, Joyce Pittman. Charlotte May, Molly llollier. Martha Dell Robin- son, Jeanine Green, Martha Parrish. Virginia Perkins, Joyce Whisnant, Barbara Rip- ley, Dianne Nielson, Peggy Belleau, Judy Burns, Jeanette Morvent, Linda Holt, Becky Seward. l45 Choral Club Presents Easier Program I l-'IHST ROW: Sharon UNL-al. lillvn Fowh-r, .loycc Hudson, Darlene Ziegler. Phyllib Hudson, Emily l.t-liluntp ltlendu Uoylcs, Gwen Montgomery, Alum Wilbon, Judy Dclalioussayc, Glenn Lou Wulliit-Q-. SELQUXIJ ROW: Polly Hatmmonds. l.unell Hutchins, Putty 5IiI'llL'llCM', Carolyn Firli. Linda Hmulrivlx. Ciutiivlliu Conrionnc, ,lewis Polk, Molly Duke. Charlotte Duiib, Effie Knohlock, Sponsor Klr. lhtlton. 'lilllllll ROW: Dickie Smith. Phillip Willt-y, Norinun Curtivt. Wlillium Aldridge, ,l.1n1t-F liih-5. l.vlttnd Ku-rut. Charlotte Baker. 'lionunie l"rct-man. Huh-n Donicc, Tomi Riley. 'liho Choral liluh is made up of high svhool stuclt-nts who wish to :ing with 21 group. 'llhc group tliximlof itf finging tiinc lwtxscmi popular and classical inuric. ,M-tixilics for the puft year inn-lumle performances for the Pfli..-X. and un lfustcr program for tht- slutlonts and touchers of Nmlerluncl High. The Choral Cluh also lurnislictl the talmit lor ti lJLiI'l,K'k'Utf given hy tht- Lions' Club. Fwe Gzrls March Before Westernazre Drzll Team S-LN DRA RAE TLCISER Llemtenant ROBERTA MAY SHERRIL FOWLER Lleutenant CAPTAIN Lleutenant JUDY SMITH DONNA JO FRLGE Lleutenant I47 -9 6 pi A In X K 3 'Li I, it ,. ,I ' km? 5 ' ?E!f ' ' i gk K Z 2 ' l. lift rl j 5 Rf 2 I "af ,,A, YQ Q.,gP f, . i.A K X-4 -"V J is 3. at f MX ' A 5 . , f if-.. 4 I iT6S 'f 5.31 ff m 2 g 3 fu, l 55:35 ak 'Q 'ff iw? 1 I J 2 1 M V1 .fn ' ,L " , ,.-.. , 4+ 4 . - ,.. 4 'X . A ' 1 DV. 1 R , ."1 ' if 1' .1 4 x..HM 5 x , , f , im- 4 . X "."1:'f 4,1 f . . 1' .XX-' 8 I M 'x A' V 3 0 1 V if , , ATS fm f'f ,. 0 , 1 4 1 '4.x. sf lege, L El 5 6 ' ag . 4 3 f 'W J 'M we 1: ' " f A 7 E 43 5 g 2 , 2 m Z ' 1 f F , ' 4 K , ,, A V , - Latin Club Promotes HBetter Socialsv 1-1 i T FIRST ROW: Rebecca Seward. Joe Duran. Bertie Childress, Donovan Branham. Barbara Dell Doernhos, Bolmlvie Huckaby. SECOND ROW: Glen Alegre, Marian Byerly. Karen Kirkpatrik, Liz XI:-Cloy. Betty Brinkley, Richard Murray. THIRD ROW: Walter Pe-rryman, Russell Andrews, Samuel Patterson. Knute Poulson. Kendall Barr. The Latin Club was organized for purely social purposes. Any student who has taken Latin at some time is eligilule for memlvership. Regular meetings are held twice a month at the homes of different memlmers. Foeials that yyere really' outstanding were a hay ride and a Christmas party. Officers for the past year ysermz Rerky Seward. President: joe Duran. Yiee President: Bertie Childress. Secretary: Donovan Rranham. Treasurer: Barbara lloornbos. Social Director: and Rolvhie Lea Huelxalvy. Reporter. Drum Major and Majorettes Precede the N H S Band PAT HARVILL Majorette S JUDY CAMPBELL Maj orette I 'U Drum Major KAY LYNN EPPS Maj orette AJ! DORIS KEENE Egg... Maj orette LINDA BELLOW N.H.S. Band Concludes Year With Its U5 n B Christine Adaway Nancy Armstrong Fred Amold Linda Bellow Robert Bevil Sandra Bloch Donavan Branham Betty Brinlrley Judy Campbell Joe Duran K Harriet Ealy Kay Lynn Epps Larice Foxworth Carolyn French J immy Gary Joan Gaspard Marion Goss Bobbie Griffin James Griffth Gwen Hailey Mary Ann Hammock Loretta Harris Pat Harvill Charlene Hilley Loretta Holliman J oyoe Hudson Phyllis Hudson Geraldine James Lynn Jerrell Jo Johnston Ears and eyes came alert as the N.H.S. Band began its performances this year. This musical group consisted of approximately 80 members ranging from sophomores to seniors. These students, under the direction of Mr. Kelley, have won outstanding recogni- tion for their skills. Some highlights of the year were a regional contest held in Port Neches, where the N.H.S. Band placed two secondsg a traditional trip, this year to Shreveport, Louisiana' and a yearly spring concert in May. Traditional Spring Concert D E 2 -- . , FIRST ROW: Colleen Shannon, President Charles Whiddon, Vice Presidentg Pat Shef- field Secretar Barbara White Re orter 7 YS a P - SECOND ROW: Phyllis Hudson, Treasurerg Sandra Bloch, Historiang Sharon Richey, His toriang Larice Foxworth, Social Chairman. Doris Ann Keene Karen Kirkpatrick Alton Marshall Elizabeth Martin Sue Melder Jackie Miller Janice Monk Richard Murray Amelia Myers Margaret McCollum Wayne Patton Mary Ruth Pleasant Jerry Reed Dorothy Lee Rice Sharon Richey Colleen Shannon Pat Sheffield John Smith Richard Smith Roy Sterling William Sterling Patsy Tomlin Jimmy Tucker Beth Tucker Glennie Wallace Charles Whiddon Barbara White Elizabeth White Philip Willey Carolyn Woods Anna Wright Barbara Sturrock Art Club Repairs Christmas Toys for Needy Children FIRST ROW Coleen Daggot Rita Venable Beth Tucker Susanne Christian Sharon Richey Molly Dultt SECOIND ROW Btlly Huffman Jerry Hayes Royce Scott Paul Strickland Walter Perryman NIISS Lively Sponsor The Art Club 1 a tudent OI'gZHllZHllOll designed to erse the school and promote a better appreciation of art 111 exerulax llfe lVICltll'1CIQlllIJ is opin to all high school students Chrlstmas eason Other cs ents included ponsor l11p of the Dooi Decorating Conte t the Spring Ar Show and xarious sketehmg trips Wlenibers enjox their work.hop meetings and experiments in new art teclimques Art Club members prepare a car for the Homecoming parade Ntemhers of the Art Club get ready 10 distribute Chrlstmas toys 1 ': sw "9 A A I , 3 . ., 3 , 2 5 . ' P- ' 1 - 's S ' ' S ' . n s 1 n an v . Their outstanding activity was the month of toy repair for needy Children during the 'L - s -' . f' ' ' S t S ' 2 ' ' s, k. t,Y v.nk . .Ml L.v.'Q . it ffjf 4 is A . 24 '1 I I I Q . 5' . it Morning Watch Sponsors Interesting Guest Speakers LEFT TO RIGHT: ,lean Johnson, Vice Presidentp Buddy Cooley, Reporterg Brenda Dowden, Secretary: Bobby Love, Piano Playerg Jerry Hayesg Linda Kessler, President. For tht- past four years. Morning Wiatch. an interdentnninational organization. has niet in the choral room at seven forty-five. This year several interesting persons have spoken at Morning Wvateh. Among them were Rev. Bob Wiley. Rev. G. Nl. Willis. Kev. Ed Greg. llev. Herbert Lane and evangelist. Munly Beasley. Sponsor for the past three years has heen Nlr. Wvilliani Cook. Morning Wiatch is designed to help students. and teachers alike, to start the day with Christ. For this reason. everyone is cordially invited to attend. F.F.f1. Learn to Do. Do to Learn, Earn to Live, Live to Serve rj'-3 if fr-Q 'l'q 'VJ l FIR 1 ST HOW: H, StllTI'UL'k. .-X. Pm-lla-rin. C. lhwvggill. E. Rm,-mi, P, Se-lf. J. SHIIIIIIIVY, ,l. ffrumf. I.. limi.-. SFKHXU NNW: H. Bryant. I.. Kirkland. H. Rm'I1L-ll:-. B. 'l're'.1da1w.1y. J. Bruwn. W. Hunk. I Smith. ll- Hmml. lf. lfgxh-N. K. lf'-km-r. H. Sittun. TIIIRIJ RUW: X. LPTPCYIIJKIYQL, .X. lh'y.1xx!, ,I ilmxgill- W- lifmlln-llv. U. Cuurlm li. SIPIPIIUII-till, P. Stric-klund. .-K. Whllcr. E. Bayard. Thr- Future' l'1ilfIIll'Tr of Mm-rir'u's prinmry aim if ilu- 1lvxe-Inlmwrlt of agrivulturul le-aulvr-lxlp.4-mlln-r'z:llm1.1-llmwl-lllp.ul1rlln1I1'1wllfll1. K Xml:-rluml ffl". X. 111:-uu1fn-lxj111ig'4-lixz-Ntwk :xml Iklllllff. luke' part in Im1lflr'rwllip l'Hlllf'NlF. ltlvrnl Jixtrirl. 111111. mul -tam' I'.If. X. vmuw-r1lifu1-. 'l'l1v-y talks- Il2lI'l.iIl Ll plmsingg wmtvst Q wh war Nlwrl-wrwl lm Ihr- lwnl lruvtwr lmllllmrlx NIIIVII glwi truphlos and awards. fha F1 ' Y" 1 I ill! ll Future Nurses Capped at P T A Meetzng 4 , . rl 5 SEATED: Nancy Green. Janice Monk, Linda Headriclx Nu anne Chrl tlan Kas Nhller Leola Svitz. Loretta Hfvllilnun. STANDING: Mrs. Tllornell. Xlr Rnd Pllfjillf Wlntrnun Xlurtm l,tlI'FlNll. I-'4-lice jeansunne. Put Jackson, Barbara Wllitc udx Nun PI'1t.llld Wlnmer Ltr x U'Nt'L1l. Mrs. Lurlg-ton. 'llw lfuturv Nurse, Cllnlm nas firft urganizeml in 1955 ln' Nlra l'-f3Ilf't'!- l.zn1gstm1. st-lnml nurse. Nlelnlwrship in this 4'lul1 is upen tu all pupils in Xeclerlancl lligh Sfllltlll whu are interested in nursing as a career. The highlight of this orgaruizatiurfs activities is the Capping Ceremony. which is helrl for unclerelassmen every spring. RIGHT: Su-.anne Christian kneels to receive Cap from Mrf. Ldllgbtlvll. sellfml nur+e. R. 0. Jlerllin F.T..f1. nlssisf Teachers With Grading H512 s. J' l"'I4" .r , ,. '. 3,31 3.31555- J 9' FIRST ROW: Spmimr. Mis Patlcrsonz Cluria Duuccl. Presidvnt: Becky Seward. Vice Presidentg Bnhhy I'Iurkaxhy. Fwrm-tary: Ruhr-rt Bcvil. Trcwurcrg Put Colvliiarl. Historian: Sharon Richey, Priscilla Willhvrg. Linda Crviivie-rinv. Sis Slurrock. COND ROW': Charlene Hiilcy. Curulyn ,Iusiy liuiiiphm-ll. zxlllviiil N151-r-. THIRD ROW: 'Nlully Uukv, l'l1m-iw Xvilillllilll, Int Stn-vie. Mary Ann Hruiiium-k, This past your has hccn ai wry husy unc fur the Vuturv 'lic-zivliers of Nl'li4'fiilIlCi High. hu the full the- im-muh:-is will ramix lu fill Ihr' tiwusury. Vlilivn ihvrc nur lhv llistrirl I lfwilwlilimiul1i1'i1xulQh1'l4i:1tliivlxiiifmi High Svimul. During: lhv Fllfillgl mul PllIIllll1'I' lllulllilr. lhrrv mls 41 lnzniilm-1. 1lSiiXt'I' lf-iff:-v in ilmlrir uf the le-uviivls. ami il Jule- rmixr-lilimx at Nvrlh 'iivxuf Stull' fiuiil'Ql'f' in ih'Ill1Ill. As a vlimux fur rll1'i1 Ll full yvur. mm uffiw-rf in-ru illFlLlii1'li ut Ll ililllilllvl. Frm-nch, Lurm-ilu llulliiiiui. livrtiv Childress. Marian Sycrly, If-vp xICIJ1PllLiiLi. Lgzricn- Fnxwnrth, 1 GIS Cherzshes Ol3mpzc Dax Good Sportsmanshzp Award Shir Af qv fx .2 HX 1 e Ihr mpxon Lohman 'I dIXlf1Il DLI ONIJ ROW L Baker ss N LI1r1t1.1n NI Re-dmon FI .rw 1 rm Pm u ,x ur R Nl rn FOLK H Forwnmdn an nr Wm mr IIIHIAH I un FIFIH R W Npon or Ur X 11 trf rr N L n d I xw 1 utr I N ur nlzatxfm ua f Hmmm I fttfr Il xx ft. 1 Q f ll ' 1 r N ...Jb- ,S hm. ,rx ru W Irrtmdn 1 fa I 1 1 TF-55,5 .U I h ,WW I fi! l v fjf: ' I - 552 A ' 'f T3 x, A 3 'F , , ,V B 3. 9' . , I 'I I - 2- I if V 9' G7 , - I I I ff ,, . W f ' J I . . ,A U ,' , I VZ' G. f M XJ , , if , 1 I? : xi ' , I 'I I 4 fi X Q 4 X V , ., I ' iff, 4 IIK. X I A. 1, , 'Z' Iv ,X I ,E H.. V A Xb . T , 1 IVIIIVII II YI: I'. RwIiL'I1'L1uX, J. H I I , P. I . I. R 1' . N QQ .I ': ', ' ' , II. IIHIIlf'L'. I.. Iif-III' '. ' F4 . I . d, 'HIKD ROW: I.. H 'KIM -. H. I I f. I.. I'itIlr1r1u. I.. If-x fw . . , 110 '. ' T ROWIZ I... ' . BI, EII' dh . P. I' I - g, P. YW' . l.I.- F. H O I: Q 5 ,. s.. rr s J g.j..IND-V JI ,LA 'ng wrtl, The- fiirlf I a mural fr rts urga ' A ' 5 urgg " :I In cle-xr-In I 21 lv - k H 'lv Iffe nf spmrrhrrrzirrxllip. IIl4"I'filSfx tvam Spirit and c'mrIn'rz1li1v11. and affurrl an uppurtunity fur girlx in I'I1yfif'z1l I':fIUC'LlIIJl1 r'IasS43, to imprnc fkillf zu1fI ulvilitif-F mIurir1g1 frm- t'11r'. Ilighligglllf HI tln- 11353-59 yvar in Iuflwl IVLITIIVIIILIIIUII in the- I,iIr'rly Irlxituliwmll Y1+Ilv'yIvulI IllllfIlLlIlll'IlI, I.2lIIlill4 'IIr'1'I1 Play IJ2lf.iiIl1I l't. .M'r'v- UI- rnpiv IIQIF. I v X V I . Q ' f 1 mr ' A 3 x D 5 Q ,I I , A 3 V l ag R a .A .04 , 4 Z A-I? f V 7 if 7 " 'HQ' I X1rIAl,liNl1xl.l.'l'P1,xXl: I', ffwlr-rrlurl. I.. I'iltmz1n. II. IJ--rung I.. II slI11'rn1-. II. P. In-. I'. ' ' ' , I.. lifrlhm. l'. Iiwbir-114-.aux. l'. Hnlmicll uux. L. I'UrrQ-111.111, fl. II.1Iwr.NI.Iiu4I111wr14I. H. H.mwin. Anita Pool and Dickie Guzdry Wm Places on All Star Cast Ca member po e f r the camera aftf producm on mal ketche forthe tudcnt bf dy Ronnie Smit a fight scen ,f h e as Jim and Kyle Paxton as Buzz in center rehearse from the big production of the year Rebel All the cat members were required to attend play rehear als for Rebel The dramatics group, N.H.S. Thespians, was first organized in 1935 as the Speech Club. The group gave two plays this year, the first an original set of sketches presented to the student body. The big production of the year was Rebel Without a Cause and included a cast of twenty-three. The first act of Rebel was used as the one-act play contest entry, which was held in Bay City. Anita Pool, for her portrayal of Judy, and Dickie Guidry, for his role as Plato, won places on the all-star cast. An innovation of the club this year was a number of night meetings at which various members participated in the entertaimnent. A member of the club who distinguished herself this year was Becky Seward, who won second place at State Meet for her interpretation of "The Harpweaverf' lbl VZ. qv N4 9 l Q, Sparts my rv, -u McKenzie Heads Coaching Staff Y 5 . Sf' ELWUOIJ KETTLER Bac-kfivlni A E' S1 5 9: Q' 1 -F Z , ' ll GENE IIENIJERSON if X land nga. i Q v fn, o-5 if-. 5, Q CHARLES THOMAS Guard flf'll1l'I' NEAL MORGAN 'l'a1'klv V I- H Xl1kPN E 4 a ,gn A- ffrzdn. fnlznson. Kpeling Captain Football Team of IQ53 E Bl!! 'fr ' 1 -ns: F , KYJ Q, IOQ FIRST ROW: H. Nr-vl. U. Barlnw. D. Nlinaldi. T. Hrvrnv. U. Pe-rkins. YV. Chan-lain. R. Urixkvll. , ll. Nlills. SHQONIJ ROW: I. Brinklvy. B. Wx-odvvard. I". xI1'lfll'I', H, Nvlfun. L. Wvilkirlwn. L. .alta L. Wlllnmn-. Xl. johnsun, IS. hnglxfh. IHIRIJ HOV: R. liufilngtun. IJ. Sapp. I.. N4-Mun. J, Ure-ml. W. H. Iflwsirm. E. Hr-llnw. ff. Ililllllllibllllx. J. Sixnnwnx. If. Worthy. F0lR'l'I1 HUW: U. IJ4-Yrim'-. .I. Kl'l'liIlg. U. lfppe-rsmm. H. Viz:-, J. Rilr-y. NI. lfllintt. J. H1-nwn. R. 'l.llZl1'kQ'T. li. liuh-man. TRI-CAPTAI N5 4545 W. H. ERWIN MIKE JOHNSON JINI KEELING ik-- I--lin---113 .mn -lui-N --ff il ll-Nfl-t""r'iU! 'lit2"f 3' ht' Nm' ,Xiurlur ur--at nuklv- In in-.Irie Ili-Yru-N ii Ilia- -in Lin Umngf- gr--nrul-g.inu r. UltXN4QlQf1l. Nlilll-QltI.XXIJ -O 'lilu- Xwlerlznul llullilwgf Ulu-zu-ml ilu-ir IWBH lm-Iluill Vtllllltlliglll in llullflng Stairliuin liriilziy. Fepteinlu-r lil. again-I tlu- liengul Tigers frnnl flruiigie. XXitl1LZ2 -4-imulf rf-nuiining nn tlu- elm-lx in tlu- lirxt illmrtf-r.Ur'aii1getmvli tutllezlil' fur tlu-ir firft nf tm, tr-livlultmns. X fer,-mul pass tutflf-fl tlu- tum puintf. 'lille Tigers' se-rw-iirl lHlll'llllHhIl vunu- in tlu- Pl'4'HltIl In-ritul xxitll znuvtlu-r 'mes from tlu- I-yzirrl line. This tinu- tlu- extra lu-int effort fuilt-tt. Tlu- lhillilngf lniu- Nf'4Il't' vzinu- in tlu- tliiril quarter ulien lfmlxszirml Bellow nent over fruni three pants nut. Tlu- extra Iuiint failed. iYf'lif'l'If177f1 Drops First T100 Games of the Season Xl-QlJl'.ltI.XXD 22. lJf.Xt.LIIlre.-16 .Xfter fi-ur flflllgllll yeurx tlu- l'm't N-vlu-Q Inclians were Suveessful in their attempt tr- :lf-ff-at tlie Xf'1ll'I'lLlllfl Bullfll-gf. turning ilu- trivli lwy ll fu-re of 536-22. l"rml Xia-laler tullit-ft txsive fi-r Nt-flerlgnul. min- un ai l-yard plunge zintl again on a 16-yard punt. lfuluarcl Bellows tcmli a kivkuff on liis msn 15 and unlcled U1 yards to ilu- mu- In set up Nlelcle-rl first lll. Nh-ltlt-p lim-r Nl'lil'1'fl in tlu- fi-urtli on ai 211-yard clash around right end. Conrail N1-uti-11 anul Xll'l1lt'I'filIt Xt'Cll'fll1Ilfl.5lW1Y extra Iuminti. ln .1 fnnin: min Ili- l-ull-l--:N 4l"lI!4iI1-llLil'Il Ilml wll-l-uumn 1.--il llltltltllt-Itllx zuul Maury- lt.Xru-- juni fnywx In X"'l"fl-H111 'l"l"Y1N"- a gy-al-nnrule-ll liuliun. I' tl 1 lm il un Bafikfjfsldrr Fra-rl Helder prove-N his defensive value by stopping First down for the Bulldog-I c-iines the signal from the hon thi- fl.--in-rare tmfsnitl. rf-fi-reel arm. NlLlJEHLANlJa2Z3. 5UL"I'lI PAIQK- 22 The Nederland Bulldogs won their first game of the season by defeating the South Park Greenies 215-22. Fred Helder gave the crowd a pleasing beginning hy taking the opening kickoff and racing TU yards to pay dirt. The point failed. Later in the first period Conrad Newton climaxcd a T5 yard Nederland drive with a l'JAy'ard touchdown scamper. Lloyd Salts converted. Newton got a second-period score for Nederland on a 22-yard outburst, capping a 64-yard drive. Salts again Converted. Nederland drove Tl yards for the game-winning touchdown. Fred Nlelder blasted over from the 6-yard line. and Newton added the two extra points. The Grid Season Is Filled With Upsets ISTROTQNIA-35. NEDERLAND-O Three fourth-period touchdowns turned what had been a fairly close game into a near rout as the lstrouma Braves whipped Nederland 35 to U. The Bulldogs repelled lstroumas first touchdown threat on their 2-yard line and held the Tribe to a T-0 margin until later in the third period. lstrouma moved Ol yards on the ground for its second score with Amadee circling end from the 3-yard line and again booting the point. ln the final quarter an interception of a Helder pass set up lstroumals third touch- down with Amadee pitching 15 yards to end lion NlcCollister for the tally. The final tribe touchdown came on a T0-yard punt return by Nlcffollister, a lanky' offensive end who shifts to halfback on defense. Pulllnack lfdwurd Mellow pieks up yardage a- he drives hard for Mike johnson and George IJ:-Yrivs cage an Indian in a futile irst down. attempt to halt the invincible lstrouma Offense. aff P 1 rue lt:-N114-x 1 I tl till-111 Htl I.-XlxlQtIll'XHI,lfS 21. XlQlJlfltI,'XNlJfI3 nvlnngf all their tnuf-l1fl1m11- in the three quartfr tlif lake fharle- Xtiltlr-ats flefeaterl tln- Xe-tlerlanfl llnll lnnnt. . 1+ - -11. ln the -ef-ninl 1IlIilt'lt'f. th.-lx Willett lIllt'ff't'Itlf'll 1 , link lrarlms Itiiee nr-ar nntllio-lrl anrl 111111-tl lvavlx tn tln Xvflvrlainl Ill. X J-xtml Itl'ItL1llX again-t the ll11ll1l1 1111111-1ltl11-pig-kiiinn tln-f,,t1I11111l1-x 5111-e111 Ff'Hl't'1l lr- in tlif .5-xarrl line. ., r-. . xlt'llll'1' ran 11 4141-xarfl punt liaek ln the liger- ,ill No-wlerlanrl 4f'tllAt'4l nn llarltm-A 16-yarfl pay In Nlelflfr 1 A 1 ine. llarlms pafwil tu lit-Yrief for tht- ex tr l Xlvlwlvr linll- Illltttllti Fltlltlt -milf'-l riff 21- the Wiltlvatx vlw-" in NlQlbliHI.1XNIlf2'I. I.l lflxlY tt 'lille Sharp fIl1ilflt'flt2lf'lilllgI nf I'1I't'4l Xlelnler annl the ltrllflltltrktt clashe- uf lleniye Uexiries r4Il1tl'l'il'1l the lgllllflltffe tn 11 ZW-lt xivtnry mer the l.11l'lxin l,ilItllll'fN. NQ'llPI'l3llll exlilmleil in tlif-N1-11.11111 lmll fnr all lnur nl their tntivlnlnmiis in Ll flrilzling rain. lls-Vries Swept amuiifl I1-lt encl for I5 yarfls tu vliinax a fri-paul tlrive. ltr-Vries kielxetl the e-Xtra point. ln the fourth quarter lteYries raeefl T yarrls fnr the Bullilugf fem-niicl l4tlll'llllllYVIl. anrl Nlelfler passed tn l'5eYries fur 2 extra pnints. Nlninents later, Nlelcler gmllnpefl I5 yartls for a llPl1f'llflOWll nn a punt return. Rnnnie Drisltill posted the Cannies final inarker nn 11 5-yarcl fniash thrnugh the line. A 15-yarcl penalty against l,ufkin set up the Seoriiigz play. Bulldogs Cop 2, Drop 5 Pre-District Games RH.'Xl'NlUN'l' Hltillle-2-L. NHIJIQRLQXND-tt ,X I'tlf'l'i-Tlllltf'fl. purstiit-fliarp Reaiiinnnt clefenw. hawking: futnhlei. intercepting: pawsea ancl gang taelxling paxerl the may tn the l'11rl1les' fir-t xivtory mer Nerlerlanrl in three years. The Rullclfvgzs. netting only li tntal yarmls i11 the firft tim 1IUlll'li'I'F. were unalvle to get out nf their msn territory until the thirfl perincl, arlxaiieiiig In tln- Purple 33. XGflClililIl1l ITN nefl tw the R1-a1111111v11t 33 in the fuurth quarter fm' its Il1't'lM'Ft penetratinn. The Purples pniirieefl in lnnr nl xf'Ilt'I'ltlIlfl'F sf-xen ftnnlvle-Q anrl intereeptefl three nf nine atteinptwl 'valves for an ittlltllftlltlt' nightis xwrlx ful Ill 'Xltlintlgli Hl'1llIlIlllIll ltliitll' 21 Itttlltli, the lllirplef liufl tu wwrli for thein lveeaiixe e grlttx lrattle xsagefl lux l1111'1l-pre--1-tl Nerlerlainl lll'ft'It1lt'I'4. ffnnrafl Ne-x1t1n1. l,lmfl Faltx. Cie:-il llitttIItt4tIl4l-. Wi. ll. lfrisin. ancl liretl Nleltler fttllfllll the l'ur1il1-s l'LlflltUNlX. 'dm -'- lttl' Lillliill nt thv- lnlltin l'111itl1-'rx tnr ,1 llulltl-1: -lf't111xv' ltllllll- .1 -tw-l 111111 fer the l'11r11l"N. Hike Johnson add- Iwo more points Io the -core in the Silshee All-Ilistriet. All-State. l.ittle- All-.-Knit-rican Hike John ri i MEIN". up lvlovk- as he round- end. NIQDPQRLAND-31. SILSBEE-6 The Nederland Bulldogs opened defense of their Uistrict ll-ArX:X Championship with a win over the Filslnee Tigers. Ye-derland recovered a Silsliee fumhle. and in three plays the Bulldogs moved to the 23 from xxlio-re llc-Vries raced to a touchdown and kicked the extra point. l.ate in the first period Nederland intercepted a 'liiger pass and returned it to their own lil. lleYries raced 335 vards for a touchdown. -Xfterivards he kicked the extra point. ln the second half a drive was climaxed hx Xlelder going over from the 2. Hike john- son. swept in for 2 extra points. The Bulldogs scored again with a 61-yard push and tally bv alike Johnson. Nloments later the Tigers punted. DeVries received and ran 6-1 yards for a touch- dovsn. Bulldogs Roll Up Twenty-six Consecutive Wins in District NEDERL-XND --36. VIUOH-0 Nederland did something the weatherman eouldnit dovspoiled the evening for a near-capacity Yidor Homecoming crowd as the Bulldogs humiliated the Pirates 30-U in a District ll-.-XAMX hassle. Nederland scored the first time they gained control of the hall. lJeVries exploded through the middle for lil vards to cap a 00-vard march. highlighted luv a 30-vard pass from Helder to De-Vries and a 19-yard scamper bv llevries. The try for extra point failed. liarlv in the second eanto Bellows crashed over from a yard out. DeVries made the extra point. ln the third quarter llc-llows again tallied. johnson ran the extra points. Nlinutes later .lohnson went over for another Ylill. The final counter came midway in the fourth quarter when l3eVries ran a pass over the goal. He also ran the extra points. The Pirate ina-sacre produces several mad svranihles during Edward Bellows proves to lie a big gun in the game. the Pirates. the eontro in ., fi 1 JL-Ls' 3? ,- If 'W cff, -va 5 V111 Ill Il 1 Il 1111111- 1- lI'HXNIlf'1l footlmtl Nw-1-tt1f-art :at 1t1+' Uurx llvlh Xxkf-w rr-111.--11111- XI1-- Flglm. 1,1 Ito- l1.1y1f11.- V, 1111111 11 1'--111113 thv mtl :L1111v, Homecoming Crowd Enjoys Victory Over French NHIJFRIAXI1 -ll. PIII-QNffI1 25 'IKl11- Hlllllllwl' 4'iiIPIllI'l'll thvir sixth -tmiglhl mli-tri:-t 1-1'o1s11 twforv il 11111111-itx h4lHlt'f'HIll- ing wow! 11t Xt'1lt'I'llllIll. kllltikilly off 11 rough I'1I't'lll'lI l'lf'Xt'Il from t34'1111111o11t ll-IZ. Tho liullflogx I111-I Io l'HIlIt' flblilll lwlliltll lo 11111 11111 xivtory as I'wlAl'lH h took thx- -wo111t half kivk-off illlll Iltiillf' ll f11Nta1111e-11 1111111-h 1lo1x11 tho tit-Ill to svorv 111111 tl14'11 111141 il two- 11o111t 1'o11w1'-11111 Iog114ltlCLlrtfl-fn. NWlt'I'lilI1fl fought hawk on thc Tlllttliltg of Q11-orgc ITeYrivs. 11111111111 Rf-llow. and Fred Helder to gm-t the 111111111151 tUUL'lIf1llXSl1 as ther fourth quarter T311 out. Tht- Ihlltlogs Illtlllt' night pP11Pt1'at1o11S insirlv thv Ruff 20-yarrt linc 81141 fttlll' 11151116 the 10111111 111111 clriw- -to11pi11g o11 the 6-i11vh I1111-. 111 11 1 1 I 1 Yr 11111t Win I'-lltlltt' r11I1' -'11 tiff- 11111 lx 111 1111111111-. tL+o1'g-- Il1-Yri1'x1a11T11- pig-IK111 for .1 I511H4log1-111111411-11 Il, Nlikt- John-on th-play ln- fam:-tl for-thall alnhty' as ltr' vlurlv-s Iht- gronnti 1. l,gg..r,1,1 -,Nth plawrl as typ. UUIMUQ5 Pm dm lllln tlffklr- f"V U lW"mF'FliV'l Slim' .Xlyin for a los- of yarflauf-. Bulldogs End Their Football Season al Alvin ALVIN-f'l5. NEIPERLAND-O .Khin quarterhaek Billy llolantl enrletl Neclerlanrls flreams of a thircl consecutive trek' to the State Class flat finals. Plaguetl hy' three fumlvles and three pass interceptions. Nederland lost its first Bi- Distriet game in six years. Yerlr-rlanrl-s chief tout-hrlown threat was stiflefl at the Alvin 5-yard line at the half. The Jackets marchefl I5 yarcls in nine plays for their first tally. Roland raced 22 yarfls to put the hall on the l2. Three plays later. he sneakefl over. Nloxing Tl yartls on fourteen plays. incluflingz four sur-eessful llolancl passes. the ,lavkets lyoostefl the score to 21-U. , Helped along hy' a personal foul penalty' against NGflE'I'l3ltfl that put the ball on the one. :Xlyin elimaxecl a 42-yarcl march when Rolanfl sneakecl over for another jacket counter. Nlelfler ran hack the following kickoff hut fumlslefl at the 15-yard line on the tackle. anfl Alvin recovered. The firefl-up Yellow Jackets needed only' six plays to reach pay' flirt. Larry' Perkins gzallopecl 223 yards off tackle for the touehrlown. unitlentifietl liullclog slashes for two yards against the NI:-ltler got-. around 1-ntl for 3 firq flown ttjgring Q linlt- warmth in Yellow-jackets ln-fore hiting the flirt himself. tothe freezing Nt-dc-rlaml fans. i yn Coaches Sportszuzters Select Ten Ideal Plmers ILIJXY XRD IIILI IUNY RU BLI-HNC ION nv' W, LFC II H XNIXIUNIJN FRED 'NIELIJIH R ID 'Ts H 'H PHINKIFH 4 N IIN Nlllxl JUIIN UN 'Ill ur Imh XII Nm ll .1 1 IUII4 I IJEXRIEN IIXI IxI'I-I INL, RONNIE NIYE Coaches Honor Three Senzor Bulldogs F3 'Z' ""' I' n ew 5' ,M 9- ,Aww Z mail? 11 5q At the football banquet Coach BILKlDZlC presented spccml awards to Jim Keehng Edward Bellow and Nhke John on 3, li NIIKE JOHINNON Ideal Xthlete JINI KEELINK, EDW XRD BEI IUW Outxldndmg Lxnenmn Out-rdndmg Bddx Thirty-two Football Regulars Earn Athletic Awards IJILK lHRI.0W Quarlvrluaf-k Une-To-ar Sfjllllllllll r Imllerman PXI' UHINKLEY Guard One-Hvar Junior Letterman WALTER CHATELAIN End One-Year Senior Reserve Letterman RONX I E IJRISKELL Fulllvack Om'-Yrar Se-niur Le-tlvrman EIJXYQXRIJ ISELLOW l'Aulllnaf'k Tw,-Tear Senior Lt'IIl'Fll!3X'l RAY BLFFINCTON Center Om--Year Junior Letterman GEORGE DEYRIES Halfhack Two-Year Junior Lf-ltr-rman MIKE ELLIOTT End One-Year Se-nior Letterman Black and Gold fackets Awarded to Five Managers for a fob Well Done i .' I I . :EZ Ze,-'V' ,,.-,wwf .,,J1f,, ff.. ,.'1 " 'lux' . t 751 'HLA BOB ENGLISH End One-Year Junior Reserse Letterman W. H. ERWIN End Two-Year Senior Letterman CECIL HAMMONDS End One-Year Junior Letterman MIKE JOHNSON Halfback Three-Year Senior Letterman BENNY EPPERSON Guard One-Year junior Letterman ARTHUR HAMMONDS Tackle One-Year Sophomore Reserve Letterman JIMMY HENSON End One-Year Sophomore Letterman .IIM KEELINC End Two-Year Senior Letterman I, is if '-1 ', 1 4 Lettermen Are Gwen Chozce of jacket or Blanket Awards 7.'f FRED LEE NIELDER Halfhack . . fs.: ,, fr. ..q,,1 x- .g.'5llvv- Tun-X var Juni: If L1-ttf-rman ROY NRRL Halflnack Om--Yn-ar Se-nior Resf-rw L4-ltvrnman CONRAD NEW TOY CHARLES MILLS Halflravk Um-Yvar Svnior Lvltvrman HARLEY NELSON Halfbavk Om--Year Sophomore Lvttm-rman ,n.,,.1. 7a...5. 3. N fifiwvas R '- fy' .L '1'71"'?2'1 f Av-1 .,.1. A . .V ,, --,Q W k Q4 T Q gfff' . ' Q", 52' '1' X Aff' A " 11P1aas.64i,31e..4. ! use I, 1, Q T All Fullback One Year Junlor Letterman X. BILLY PERKINS 1+-' ,i',"f,fj if Quartvrlmack "" "W Om--Yvar junior I.f'ttvrman 1 Q K v 1 -Y Q X JANILN RILFX ,- Halflmavk U A Tf - On:--Yrar Svniur " " Rvfvrw Letterman LLOHD SALTS n Guard P N ., One-Year Junior . . , "G, Letterman . " A 495-, Many Underclassmen Standouts Show Promise for Next DAVID SAPP Tackle One-Y ear Sophomore Referw Letterman BILLY SIMS IE-nter 1 1 , A . ' One-Year Sophomore 'U' Reserve Letterman RONNIE VIZE Tackle One-Year Junior Letterman BILLY WOODWARD Center One-Year Senior Reserve Letterman JIMMY SIMMONS Guard Une-Y 1-ar junior Lf-ttt-rman JIMMY STAMPLEY End One-Year Sophomore Reserve Letterman LYNN WILLIAMS Guard Two-Year Senior Letterman EDWIN WORTHY Guard One-Year Senior Letterman Year's Varsity "-ye II'1 ",!'l"f 1 5:4 kv 5 Underclfzssrrzen Strive to Fill Cleared Shoes of Former Bulldog Stars I an 5 4... 8 , , , .3 , -1 1 lr -1 'Pal b 4? ' 9, 5 4' ' 'TF V Q - I ROBERT II.-'I LLA R IJ 11 I E V RICH ARD MCYEILL at 19" ORWOOD RICHEY wma IJICKIE SMITH . .nfl I n I 3 .lv DICK ISR.-XXIII lfII.'XRI.IfT4 IIIWIS CII.-XIII-IIf ISROMIN '91 9 1 I ' f I?-'4 Q , vi ff I ... .. 3' 'E' ' I WT so Je -fi ff , g'IrQw DAYID MINALDI JIMMY XORWOOD I-'RICIJ NEELY i X1 I 71 4. 4 'Y 1'-wv. - A. Q I' I ,,,,K, F? I ww.- 'T' RICHARD FIBLEY JACK SKUG BUTCH SMITH .0 L Q Fi 7 5- P. Q Iffngqa.. ' , I "W 3 JAQKIE 5'1'A31pUgy LLI..-'IIIJE S'l'.-XNLIIY A, J. XYALLIZH Behind Each Team Stand the Unsung Heroes XI-KN XC PRE Nhcky Hemnr 'Nulhn bn om D nald 1' ndrnn Jxmms Idlfmt jam NLD nah! fwvhliwidj I N llNI0lJ Xlr Nunn Tm! 31+ Wvvv'-mu 5 ' 'h 'N-v .'Y'AsS . uAAA11ly4'l.' 1'."f, ' "+.'1r' . W 0 Y ffl , , 4-,Asn , 'jr 'W if Q1-Aj I Q? 5.2254 'i . -i K Q 2 , , I 1 L , y I ef' A ...2 V , ' A Y V , 1 IUIYPI IAN 'ffqyfxp-Qlq V -A1 Nlr. N111 llflimk Yea f Team I JUDY ARSEMENT Senior 3, 4 BETTY ANN HANDLEY Junior 2. 3 CAROLYN WILLS Hvad Chu-rleadc-r Senior 3, 4 DEBBIE ROWE Mascot LINDA HAWTHORNE Sophomore 2 Fight! Fight! MARY ANN PREJEAN Junior 3 EMILY LEBLANC Junior 3 ll ,M- Clzeerleaders Supply Spfirls to Ignite Fighting Spirit I? lt? L ? I 4 I i 13141 no-au9""' ' ' gr . -.- , , V ww , - ,--.A W fr . ff- . , - , Y -..wg Y' -, ' i- ' v - - xv " 'Ml ,Q f ,- ' f 2 71 4-v.73"6,.v- V ' I ' AN ,-. vu. ' i . 4 iw -, - , ,, 4 , - , - ., ,, .- . , ,, M ,. ...- ,i,, . . , A, .. Var-ily l'l'lf"f'Tlt'Z1Clf'l'S Linda Hawthrimv. Carolyn Wills. Mary .-'mn Prvjvan, Debbie- Rgwc Olasrrwtl, ,lmly .-Xr-e'111v'11I. livtty Ann lldllllllj. mul lfmily l."lslLlIll' vnjuy Xlllflfllllpf' -ailing aftvr fflmhall N111-UII. llu-ir flutif-Q at that timv wry from svlliugl :UIQ in tlnf- fmutlmall pmgrmn and ilccfvratingz Ill:- gyull poxh tw Ilflllllfillllgl gmail spurlslilzlnxlilp :mil ilTUlINlllQ.E 4'l1r'1'r- frum tlle- fam. Underclassmen Dominate Basketball Team 1959 A Squad Basketball Team FIRST ROW Fred lNeeIew Lloyd Salt Fred Lee 'Helder Bllly Perklns Jack Scog SECOND ROW Edward Bellow Knute Poulcon Ronme Wrlhs W H Erwm George DeWr1e an all 311 all all. 6 C B E 1939 DIS 1' RIQT BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 16-Vldor 20-French 23 Sllsbee 21 Vldor 30-French 3 -Si -bee 6 -Vidor 10-French 13--Silsbee Nederland N ederland Nederland Nederland Nederland Nederland Nederland Nederland Nederland High-Scoring George Devries Receives All-District Honors EDW ARD Blfl LOW GEORGE DEVRIES FRED 'NIEI DER Two tear Scmor Letterman TWO Year .ll1Ill0f Lette-rmar TWO year Junior Letterman All D1 tr1Ct Hlgh scorer 1n D1 lflCt BILLY PERKINS LLOHD SALTS JACK QCOG One Y ear Junlor Letterman One Y ear ,lun1or Letterman One Year Sophomore Letterman The Bulldog basketball team battled a lack of experlence and helght durlng the After a rather slow start avalnst non dlstrlct opponents the Bulldogs lmproxed each game and wound up thlrd ln the d1str1ct loslng out 1n second place hy a 3po1nt loss to S11 bee ln the flnal game of the season The bflghtllghl of the season was AllD1str1ct wmner George DEVIIEQ umnmg the honor of hlgh scorer 1n the dlstrlct 1 , 1 . . .S I . . .S . 1958-59 season, having only one senior and no usix-footersw on the squad. L. - sf D -. ' y n., Y so ' s ' ' . gs: E -Q. Bllllzlogs HUIIIZ zpclition Xe! f',f4QQ. Mk- Sfi Lf ,-nm, 1 -W :L iff 1- ' -If -.. up .J R ju xv .pn 3454..- ,.-.-- A 6 Um - A il W ' V " 39 ,j 'x B Team Uembers Promzse Great A Team or 1939 wg ng, as 19a9 B QQL AD BXSKILTB-XLL TEANI FIRST ROW Dlck Barlow Harlmn 'Nflon Iaul Smckland George Keetcr Dlvkxe glllllh SELOND ROW ,llmmy Henson Nlxlv irxfflth Benny Epps-rlon Dale Crlffm Ph1l1p Wxllew IMSKETBAl-I. llOAfQl'iHS Dick Iiurm-tt. ll:-rw Ile-ndvnon Tennis and Golf Offer Boys a Variety in Sports ' .Q - , , ,S OV-R44 ATH. " 'nw f...-I 1959 TENNIS TEAM FIRST ROW Splcer Luce Perlman Winans. SECOND ROW Coach Sears Hilton Driskell Robinson L., -v-rv Q JAMES HILTON One-Year Senior Letterman RONNIE DRISKELL One-Year Senior Letterman GOLF PLAYERS: Dickie Cuidry and Lynn Williams. Nme Bulldogs Go to Regzonal Meet Ln Houston Q:-FV-.:1.f"' F QNX it V43 ' N In N V N 'M 13135. ,Vfgf :1f3!i""""'?" 1 956324 14:9-fbvf WW 'P""" fir- 5' 'J WMM' Wife' 5 ,K 4abL J"Z?5W gy WV gd 1 9' -Nw-Y' VMI' Y amiga? ...V cv gym se my it my ..m,?:ug,b'Ym 49t3Esz2'fm'gE'Aigj? 'bf zijn' V-f-H Big WC yas VOL is f-5: W Si-ug: WW- " Iliff "' we-Qwxap sri M -ww wha YQ, Vw. Q 1,3 ww ,iw 25322-f""iQ: Vest 'sw V, M Q-V , W was Mwt WWQWW' -f""" FIRST ROW DeVnes Barlow Nelson Neely Perklns W1lley Mills, Salts Epperson Doucet SECOND ROW Keellng Brlnkley Lewls Gnfflth Stanley Newton Bellow Mlnaldx Woodward Johnson Melder THIRD ROW Sapp Buffmgton Hammonds Vlze Henson Paulus Rxley Enghsh Hammonds Gnssom Coach Kettler :UK in- REGIONAL CON TESTANTS FIRST ROW Barlow, Newton, Mxlls, Melder, Willey, Coach Kettler SECOND ROW' Doucet, Cnssom, Keelmg, Rtley, DeVnes, Johnson 'ffm tk gk """5'2"'-Q f 9 V D i S B d I . 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DICK BARLOW Mile Relay One-Year Sophomore Letterman PHILTON DOUCET Pole Vault One-Year Senior Letterman MIKE JOHNSON Discus, Broad Jump 440 Relay Three-Year Senior Letterman FRED MELDER 440, Mile Relay Three-Year Junior Lettemian GEORGE DEVRIES 100, 4-40, Relay Two-Year Junior Lettemian NULLIE GRISSOM Pole Vault One-Year Junior Letterman JIM KEELING High Hurdles One-Year Senior Letterman CHARLES MILLS 440, Mile Relay Two-Year Senior Letterman i -'ol .1 Fat Man s Relay Wzns F zrst Place at Dzstrtct Track Meet 1 1. 'xy COIN RAD NEWTON Mile Relay One Year .Iumor Letterman CEYRIL PAULUS Discus One Year Senior Letterman iw 1 , W ' 'ir f 4 . A , BILLY PERKINS Pole Vault One-Year Junior Letterman RONNIE VIZE Shot Put One-Year Junior Letterman ELWOOD KETTLER Track Coach JAMES RILEY W ,L I 100, 220, 440 sf. Relay Three-Year Senior Letterman PHILLIP WILLEY Low Hurdles 440 Relay Broad .lump One-Year Junior Letterman NEIL MORGAN Track Coach Bulldogs Wm Second Place at District Track Meet James Riley takes second place in the 100-yard dash, while Phillip Willey clears the last hurdle to win second place to George DeVries races close behind for third place. qualify him for the Regional meet DISTRICT 3AAA TRACK MEET Track and Field High Hurdles Second Place jim Keeling Low Hurdles-Second Place Phillip Willey 100-Yard lJaSh45econd Place james Riley Third Place George Devrics Al-LU-Yard Dash--Third Place Charle: Mills lfourth Place Fred Helder 220-Yard lJashf'llhird Place james Riley 4.10-Yard lielay-5econd Place Devries, Johnson, VN illey, Riley Nl ile H1-lay-A Second Place Nielder. llarlms. Newlmi. Mille l90 Shot Put-Fourth Place Ronnie Vize Discus-Second Place Mike Johnson Third Place Ceyril Paulus Broad ,lump-First Place Mike Johnson Second Place Phillip Wlilley Pole Vault-Tie. First Place Philton Douoel Nullie Grissom Tie. Fourth Place Billy Perkins Bulldogs Take Third Place in State Play-Offs By Beating the Dragons 5-3 FIRST ROW: Simmons, Ripley, Newton, Metcalf, Salts, Kesler. SECOND BOW: Norwood, Brown, Johnson, Bellows, Nelson, Minaldi, Reimers, Manager. THIRD ROW: Ryman, Managcrg Truhan, Woods, DeVries, Paulus, Barlow, Sims, Neely. JOE BORING Base-hall Coach kid CHARLES THOMAS Baseball Coach Neely Slams Two Homeruns in the Bi-District Playoffs DICK BXRLOW Outfleld One H ear Sophr more Letterman GEORGE DEVRIES Infield Three-Year Junior Letterman GEORGE KESTER Outfield One-Year Junior Letterman FRED NEELY Pitcher Two-Year Junior Letterman EDWARD BELLOW Outfield Two-Year Senior Letterman MIKE JOHNSON Pitcher Four-Year Senior Letterman DAVID MINALDI Outfield Two-Year Junior Letterman CONRAD NEWTON Infield One-Year Junior Letterman Graduation Removes Four Seniors From the Starting Lineup in EARL RIPLEY LLOYD SALTS JACK SKOC Outfield Infield Outfield One-Year Junior Two-Year Junior One-Year Sophomore Letterman Letterman Letterman GAYLE TRAHAN A W Pitcher , .7 " Letterman ' ' ' JAMES WOOD l Infield ' Two-Year Senior 1 Letterman -- 5,1f gy, s Two-Year Senior I Fi. A , E' h Bulldogs congratulate one another after they defeated Alvin Bulldgg catcher George De-Vries at bat making one of his 4-0, three hits, one of which was a towering home run. I93 Bulldogs Defeat Vidor to W in District Honors 1059 BASEB.'Xl.L SCllElJl'LlI Nederland ,,,,, ,, ,77,A 4 Vidor 7,7. ,77.,7V7 6 BI-DISTRICT Nederland Y,Y,,,., .,,,e T French A,,e, w,...... 2 Nederland YY,7 , 4 Alvin ..l,,.7 0 Nederland ,, W ,,,,,.,, 19 Silshee ,,,,.., ,...v7.. 0 Nederland, V,,ee YY.,e,, l 3 Alvin 5 Nederland , ,,,,, .,,,, 6 Vidor ,,,,,.e,e ..... L 1 REGIONAI1 Nederland ,.,,,, 0 French ,,..... .,.-f 1 Nederlandwn wvrvi A ffwliil 7 Cleburne 2 Nederland r,,,, 9 Silsbee .,Y.... --,'- 6 Nederland Aw-V vYw-- V M PVAA 3 Cleburne 6 Nederland ' ""' ridorh ""' 3 Nederland ,,.. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 Cleburne ,,,-., , 1 N I l d ,,,,.,,,, 7. . eere. H Nilliiljmiid rr,ooor oe,ooooeer a 14 siliie .....e e.ree 2 , STATE PL-AY-OFFS , Nederland, ,,,.,, ,,,.,,,rr,, 0 Odessa Ector .,,., ,..... 3 PLAX'0FF GAMES Nederland r,,..,, ,r,er,. 5 Nacogdoches .,... ..e...r 3 Nederland ,,r., .. .,,,. 3 FrerlCh ff---- 1 Nederland , . ,.,, , 3 Vidor 2 fi " "" f - Q-'-P'-..VNff'1r'r A- ei, -v -ff ,fr A neffw-Q.q:,i:.Lf.23, fe " "5 '-gg' ,r - - -11- -'-:3E Mike Johnson crosses the plate to aid in another Bulldog Edward Bellow comes around third and heads for home plate xictory over the French Buffs. for a home run. . Q . Lint Ll ,Jllr rllllrlrlwp. limi IREL- Liayle 'I'r.1han throws to the plate while Buff runner waits at first hare. nuke: a fine catch at his position as Bulldog ,4,,f-2 if 'G' r V ' """"'P'J'1"7'7 Q 2' A 4' ANI' ? '1- ,Q 4 4 'l 3 Wi5"W1 ' F 4.19 ,415 V1 . -fl' ' 'H H ' , . ua: -- U I I I 7."4Q ng. 1,f, '--.::::'l I I I I I I l - X1 ' ' '. 1 ' ' ' ' - - , ' 1 U g Y.. 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