Nederland High School - Pilot Yearbook (Nederland, TX)

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XXX X xx das? . !'X,ff' ff ,Xl ouns IS A WORLD OF Always fruendly always cheerful always fatr so be gms a seemungly unendmg lust of adlectuves that de scrtbe an part the great human betng who devotes so many unttrtng hours tn the chemistry lab Toward mold mg our future sctenttsts Wtth grateful humllnty we dedtcate the 60 Ptlot to MR W E VILHA fl" GULLTY of creattng Dr Jekyll concocttons wtth odors that assatl the hallways DARING and provtng once agatn that he ts young an heart LOYAL to hts ltttle black Ford that sees htm to school and back home day by day r" 4 , 1 ,fi J -Pu x zifvllisf I 'Vt rf' . If w ,sg , QI., .. - ,wlfgl Al. 1 F X.- 'S- MR. W. E. VILHA 6 fa . O 7 SUPERINTENDENT ORLAND STRICKLAND has the coIossaI 'ask of promotmg a successful scIwooI year, nf XXA MR. CLAUDE F. GILSON tackIes fhe new responsibillwies of ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF INSTRUCTION. 'I fd: I I 1 I jmgsw I., , W ,L X' I WW ir fif. ' x .4 '1Q4:7:gg , ' Trau- -f 2 '-K I 'I-I' I -YY U , c Q ' s ., , ' ng ? N 0 I :I ' +I -9.5, MRS. ELIZABETH WILSON capably Serves as SECYGTBVY Mr. Strickland. T N vs gf Q Y. YF. XX Y mast: . Q -Q Q .."-I-T'i:.-J" pm LSO CUR NEW LEADERS IN - -'T x i , V,-1 . '--0 J SEVEN CITIZENS WORK BEHIND THE SCENES BOARD OF TRUSTEES THEIR AIMS - TO GUIDE, TO SERVE -f if .f Q., 'Nils 1- NIR, EMMETT MCKENZIE, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, has been at our school for eleven years Teaching our boys fair play in all types of sporfs. MR. JOHNNY BOURQUE handles an ever-increasing iob as TAX ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR. MR, RALPH RAINES does a gigantic iob of managing the business affairs, He is our BUSINESS MANAGER. GUIDANCE DIRECTOR ELDON K. SHIPP assists us in ad- gusting To school problems and guides us for pos?-school y ,..., 3 ,, Q , L .ze-. . E . . iaflfx' . 4355 .U .X "in 'fi LQ' Q -Q -.,:, 7' .. " 4 '-iii 131 'L in K wi .Z ' Zi 55? days. SECRETARIES NORRINE BARROS and ANNIE MARIE WATTS keep busy in the tax office. SECRETARIES ELAINE MCGAFFEY and JEAN MCBRIDE keep fab on The money affairs that rravel lhrough the business office. ll Qrsj FRED MILLS Speech I and ll English II Drama Club Lamar, B.S. ENGLISH IT TAKES MORE THAN READIN' AND WRITIN' CAMMIE SPARKS Speech I and II English II Drama Club University of Tulsa B A I G. W. MARTIN Spanish I and II English II Stephen F. Austin, B.A. DELLA SOPHRONIA POOL English Il and III Lamar, B.A. ELIZABETH GUARNERE English II and III Abilene Christian, B.S. HAZEL JOHANSEN CHAMBLESS English IV Pilot Staff Sponsor North Texas State, B.A,, M.A. l SAY, THERE ARE ONLY TWENTY-FOUR HOURS A HISTORY BEVERLYE CABELL American History Latin I and I I Westcrnairc Sponsor Latin Club University If of Texas, B.A. NEAL MORGAN American History N,H.S, Coacit Stephen F. Austin, BS. 1 i MATHEMATICS . M i BETTIE STAFFORD AIgebra I and II Geometry Lamar, B.S, CLAUDE GILSON Advanced Math Assistant Superintendent Lamar, B.S,, M.E.D. VV. E, TANNERT Plane Geometry Solid Geometry Trigonometry MP R 1 ,,Xxx.. DAY ELDON K. SHIPP Civics Guidance Director West Texas State, B.S, and M.E.D. BOBBY BUSHNELL American History , PhysicaI Education i T.W,U., B.S. , 4-v ,ki ,y CHARLES JORDAN JOSEPH SIBLEY Advanced Math Generai Math Physics Commercial Math Texas A 81 M, B.A. Coach at N.H.S. Stephen F. Austin, B.S, Stephen' F. Austin, B.S, CLASSES CCCUR WITH FRIGHTENING REGULARITY BUSINESS ART NAOMI GLEASON BILLIE MCCLURE Bookkeeping Typing I and Il Typing I Cheerleader Sponsor West Virginia Pep Squad Sponsor University, A.B., M.A, Stephen F. Austin, B.B.A. MAVIS WILLIAMS Shorthand l and Il Cheerleader Sponsor Pep Squad Sponsor Stephen F. Austin, B.S. 4.-L x 1 MARIE LIVELY Art and Crafts Journalism Art Club Sponsor Paper Sponsor Sam Houston, M.S. ERNESTINE FLEMING Secretarial Training Business English Stephen F. Austin, BS. Assistant Principal Driver Education Lamar, B.S. I4 DRIVER EDUCATION CHARLES THOMAS JACK MCGAFFEY Driver Education World History Lamar, BS., M.E.D. an ,., IF IT WEREN'T FOR HOLIDAYS - BOY! MUSIC 52' 'fvnf 'Q BAND LOWELL A. DALTON Commercial Math Assistant Band Director Sam Houston, B.E. ORVILLE KELLEY Band Director East Texas State, M.E.D. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CHORAL BOWDEN COOK Physical Education " ' N.H.S. Coach Texas Tech, B.S. JAMES LARRABEE Choral Sam Houston, M.A. -JJ' ',. ,.Q,.,.s .. , BEQIECRIT MARY TOM ARMSTRONG 'fs .i' . ' K liilzgl Physical Education G.I.S. Sponsor Baylor University, B.S. THE MAKE-UP WORK IS WORSE THAN THE FLU SCIENCE f -1 RTX HOME ECONOMICS JESSIE ROSS Anatomy Biology Biology Stephen F. Austin, B,S. L, J. BROUSSARD University of Houston, B,S, +213 ,- . 1,1 Y I I ,I 1' I6 WILLIAM E. VILHA Chemistry Science Club Sponsor Daniel Baker College, B.A. VOCATIONALS YVONNE ROWE Home Economics F.H.A. Sponsor Stephen F. Austin, BS. LANELL STUCHLIK Home Economics F,H.A. Sponsor Northwestern State, B,S, li VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE WILLIAM COOK A Vocational Agriculture sf F.F.A. Sponsor I Texas A8-M, B.S., M.E. '15 5 I OUR CLASSES ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD VOCATIONAL LIBRARY LESTER YOUNGBLOOD Wood Shop Mechanical Drawing I, ll Arkansas A8.M, B.S. JACK WEEREN General Metal Trades Texas A8-M, B.S. NURSE ROXY THORNELL N.H.S. Nurse Future Nurses Hotel Diue School of Nursing NELLEEN STANCIL STUDY HALL Librarian Library Club T,W.U., B.S. ELWOOD KETTLER Study Hall N.H,S. Coach Texas ASM, B.S. OUR MEALS ARE PREPARED WITH CARE DIETICIAN ZILLAH SMITH pepa es 0 Q Is I wiih g e 1 ar nd eff cncy QQ THESE WOMEN SERVE US DAILY CASHIER MARYON MILES if -gil L 'gngyhpi ..x F 'J'-I 1 '-'- A A f ,- Mmes. Ora Harris H L Munn, Thelma Pugh, Gertrude Hilley, W. H. Carr. SL I V' an ,-1 -V . ,-.-1. EIGHT KEEP CUR BUILDING CLEAN AND WARM Our thanks and appreciation go to our custo- dians, Julius Trahan and A. V. Hall, for the won- derful work they do for our school. They are at the school long before school hours and remain long after we leave. Our school has many different types of iobs that are taken care of by our loyal custodians. Our heartfelt thanks are extended to them. The ladies that work after school to keep our rooms clean deserve a vote of thanks also for the fine work they do. WORKING AFTER HOURgVlHa an M I 1 l ' i l Left to right: Effie Boutin, Annie Frederick, Florence DeCuir, Louise Dies, Evie Triplette, Myrtle Campbell. -uf: r L2 "v 9 g' 'C -I , .ehfila 1' 1 - '. AL ' "i' Nw .. " V 2I 3. 3.15" . . 1 THE SENIOR CLASS BEGIN THE YEAR LOOKING 1 1, ,il is . 4. ., W Q . " 4359 ffl .41 -Q . 'Ai . , f "M-'- if " 1. B. ogy. . 'E X152 's N .4 I ,i'5,'l'X '1' F04 25. ' . 'fr'- ' an .nk ' ' :BX ., 'v.. - LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Brinkley, Presidentg Linda Concierme, Treasurerg Faye Whitley, Secretary, Sandra Kay Tucker, Social Lcaderg and Ray Buffingion, Vice President. Brenda Barclay, Claude and Walter Perryman look at their new posses- sions, fre senior rings. 22 QQ, i '- ll . xii -X xsf -sXNi FORWARD TO GRADUATION ALDREDGE, GWEN Band I, GIS I, FHA I-4, Pianist I, 2, President 4, State Representative 3, 4, Home Economics Il and Ill awards 2, 3, Family Relation award 4, School Accompanist 4, Westernaires 3, 4, Lieutenant 4, Annual Staff 4, Editor 4, National Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Press Club 4. ALDRIDGE, WILLIAM ALEGRE, GLYNN FTA I, 2, Latin Club 2, 3. ALLEN, JOE Football manager I, 2, Science Club, Vice Pres- ident 4, Baseball 4, Perfect Attendance I, 2, 4, Regional Slide Rule contest 3, 4, Regional Number Sense contest 3, 4, Grammar School PTA scholar- ship 4. ALEXANDER, ORAN ANDREWS, RUSSELL ASKEW, MARY BETH Perfect attendance I-3, Band I, 2, Westernaires 3, 4, Miss Flame 3, Miss Photoflash candidate 3, FHA. AYCOCK, VIRGINIA Port Neches-Groves: FHA I, 2, Drama I, 2, Band l, 2, English l award. Nederland, FHA 3, 4, GIS I-3. General Math award 2 'S 'Vi 'ul' SENIOR CLASS BOASTS BARCLAY, BRENDA Neatest girl 4. BARR, KENDALL BARRAS, REGINALD BAYARD, ERNEST Wittiest boy 4. BERNARD, LINDA Queen of Hearts l, Pep Squad l, 2, Miss Flame 2, Candidate for Twirp Queen 2, Westernaires 3, 4, Football Duchess 3, Student Council 3, Miss Photoflash candidate 2, 3. BEVIL, ROBERT Latin Club 2, FTA 2-4, Treasurer 2-4, Band l-4, All-Region Band 3, Outstanding Service 3, Most Valuable Musician 3, All-Texas Band 4. BLOCH, SANDRA GIS l, 2, Band 1-4, Historian 3, President 4. BOUDREAUX, LUCY Library Club 1, Spanish Club 2, Choral Club 4, . Drama Club 4. ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY-FOUR r'N 41'- 1 MEMBERS BRAND, DICK Football 3, 4, Journalism 4, Press Club 4. BRANHAM, DARBY BRANHAM, DONOVAN Band I-4, Parliarnentarian 2, Latin Club 3, Treas- urer 3. BRIDGES, CAROLYN Waynesboro, Virginia, High School: Latin Club I, Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y I. Madison, Tennessee, High School: Student Typist 2, 3, Y-Teens, PE Club 3, National Honor Society 3. Nederland: National Honor Societ 4- GIS 4, BRINKLEY, PAT BROWN, CHARLIE MACK Football I, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Student Council 4, Science Club 3, Perfect Attendance 2, Track 4. BROWN, JIMMY Y 1 Future Nurses 4, Civics award 4. BRIDGES, JANET Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. Football I-4, Track 3, 4, Class President 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Class favorite 3, Duke to Prom 2, Student Council 3, 4, Most Popular boy 4. '10 IS ...J , HY:-7 Q45 5l wi NT SENIORS CHOOSE BLUE AND WHITE BUFFINGTON, RAY Football l-4, all-district 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Vice Pres- ident senior class, Times-Herald's all-state team. BYERLY, MARIAN FHA l, 2, FTA 3, Latin Club 3, Pep Squad l-3, Library Club l-4, delegate to state convention 2, 3, state corresponding secretary, TALA 4, Li- brary award 2, 3, Bookkeeping l award 3, Nation- al Honor Society 4. CAMPBELL, LOUIS CARLIN, JO ANN Library Club l-4, Press Club 4. CATES, MARY CHILDRESS, BERTIE Student Council l-4, secretary 3, 4, Parliamentar- ian 2, Pep Squad 1-4, secretary 2, Latin Club 2, 3, vice president 2, secretary 3, FTA 3, 4, secretary 4, National Honor Society 4, Typing l award l, Student Council award 3, Library award 2, Friend- liest girl 4. CLEPPER, JOHNNY COKER, KENNETH 'Bl T337 T FOR CLASS COLORS Va f'..":"! CUl2TlCE, NORMAN Most attractive boy 4. COLEMAN, Bll.LlE SUE Art Club 2, Pep Squad 3, 4. COLEMAN, CECIL CONCIENNE, CAMELLIA Pep Squad I-4, vice president 3, president 4, Choral Club 3, reporter 3, FHA l, M-iss Flame 4, best personality 4. CONCIENNE, LINDA Homemaking I award 2, National Honor Society 4, secretary 4, Pep Squad l-4, secretary 3, FTA 3, 4, vice president 4, FHA 4, Science Club 3, 4, reporter 4, Press Club 4, secretary 4, senior class treasurer 4. COOLEY, BUDDY CRUSE, JULIANNE Drama Club 1, Pep Squad l, 2, Westernaires 3, 4, class favorite 2, Student Council, l-4, treasurer 3, 4, class secretary 3, Miss Photoflash 3. DEFEE, MIKE E' ll 'su-465 ff'-T' -3 sit "ZIP 'S An. SENIORS PRESENT A REVERSE DEVRIES, GEORGE Football 2-45 Baseball l-4, Track l-35 Basketball l-45 class vice president 35 class favorite lg duke to prom lg king ot prom 45 best all-round 4. DOORNBOS, BARBARA DELL National Honor Society 45 Pep Squad l, 25 West- ernaires 3, 4, lieutenant 45 Miss Phototlash 25 Student Council 3, 45 class social leader 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 social leader 2, 35 FTA 35 Girls' State 3. DUFF, NANCY FHA l, 25 GIS 45 Durham Business College schol- arship. DUKE, MOLLY Library Club l-3, reporter 35 Art Club 2-4, secre- tary 35 Science Club 3-45 FTA 3-45 Drama Club 2-45 Interscholastic League l-45 Writers Contest First Place Drama 35 Creative Writing Award 35 Interscholastic League Play 45 Senior Play. DURAN, JOE Band 1-35 Algebra ll award 25 solid geometry award 35 trigonometry award 35 chemist award 35 Latin Club 2-4, vice president 35 Science Club 3, 4, president 45 regional number sense contest 35 perfect attendance l, 3. i Football 1-4, Track 3, 45 Student Council 45 per- ENGLISH, BGB EPPERSON, BENNY Football 1-45 Track T, 25 Basketball l, 2, 35 Library Club 1. EPPS, KAY LYNN Perfect attendance 35 Choral Club 15 GIS T, 25 Band I-45 Swing Band 2, 45 maiorette 25 head maiorette 3, 45 Drama Club 2. GOTCHER, PATRICIA GRAHAM, ARTHUR WEDDING ASSEMBLY EVERETT, MATTIE Library service award, Library Club 3, 4, Drama Club I, Pep Squad I, 2. FISH, CAROLYN Pep Squad I-3, treasurer 3, Drama Club 2, treas- urer 2, FHA 2, 4, secretary-treasurer 4, Choral 2, 3, duchess to prom 3, Press Club 4, Football sweetheart 4, National Honor Society 4. FOREMAN, LOU ETI-IEL Choral Club I, 2, GIS I-4, Pep Squad I, 2. FOWLER, ELLEN FULTON, MIKE GOSS, ELOISE Pep Squad I, 2, Drama Club 2-4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Press Club 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Interscho- lastic League Play 4, Junior Candidate for Pilot Sweetheart, Candidate for Miss Photo Flash 4. 4? rl SENIORS STAGE TH GREEN, JEANNINE Pep Squad 2, 3, cheerleader 4, Press Club 4, best sense of humor 4, Shorthand II award 4. GRISSOM, NULLIE Football manager I-4, Basketball 4, Track 3, 4. GRITTA, SHEILA Drewry Mason High School: Biology Club I, Wav- erly Central: Pep Club 2, 3, president 2, FHA 2, 3, secretary 2, Sigma Phi Delta 2, 3, Neder- land: Future Nurses 4, GIS 4. GUILLOT, GERALD Band I, 2, plane geometry award, Science Club 3, 4. GUYNES, GERALD Perfect attendance I, Science Club 3. HAILEY, GWEN FHA I, GIS I, Choral Club 4, Band I-4, Swing Band 4. ,IAF J -:sr .-,A O!! HALLMARK, PATSY FHA I, 2, Choral Club I, 2, 4, Pep Squad perfect attendance I,football duchess I. HAMMONDS, CECIL NIGHT OF JANUARY 16ih" le 4 ?N 3 HANDLEY, BETTY ANN Sfudenf Council l-4, Pep Squad l, cheerleader 2-4, head cheerleader 4, annual staff 4, Press club 4, football duchess 4, duchess to prom l, 2, queen of prom 4, class favorite l, Miss Photoflash runner-up 2, best all-round. HANLEY, DELORIS Westernaires 3, 4, Pep Squad l, 2, FHA 2, GIS 2, perfect attendance 2, Canine Chatter Staff 2. HARPER, FLOYD HAVARD, JAMES HAWKINS, LEONARD Algebra I award 4, perfect attendance 4. HAYES, GERALD Bulldog Beat 4, Choral Club, Drama Club. HEBERT, SHERRY f HICKS, BILLY RAY if 's 4 26' nys. Q 5. x 1 1 F -N 'vs 2' l C '23 G IQ HSENIORS C CITIZENS OF T4 HILL, FREIDA HODNETT, BILL HOLLIMAN, LORETTA Band I-4, GIS I, FHA lg Future Nurses 2-4, FTA 3, Future Nurses award 4. HOLMES, JOHNNY Duke To prom 3. HOLT, LINDA FHA I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, 2, 3, GIS I, 4, Drama Club 2, 4, Choral Club 4. HORNE, TOMMY Football I-3, Band I-3, Golf. HOSSLEY, SHIRLEY HOWELL, ANN '50, qi 'I I Latin Club. Q , ,ii L GIS 4. -SR' as! I mf KESSLER, LINDA Morning Watch 2, 3, pres-ident 3, Library Club 2-4, vice president 3, secretary 4. LANE, MARSHA GIS I, Pep Squad I, 2, Drama Club I, 2, West- ernaires 3, 4, Shorthand I, award 3, National Honor Society 4. OMES SENIOR CLASS MOTTO Press Club 4, FTA 3, school accompanist 2, Pep Squad I-3, Latin Club 2-4, Drama Club I, Pilot staff 4, Science Club 4, class vice president 2. Q JACKSON, ANDREW New York: Football, Track, Baseball, Basketball, JOHNSON, ENDA . Lake Providence, Louisiana, FHA I-3, Pep Squad I, Library Club 2, all-girl sports 2, 3, Nederland: ' KEESTER, GEORGE Urbana High, Illinois: Basketball I, 2, Track 2, Cross Country 2. Perfect attendance 3, 4, National - Honor Society 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, f Science Club 3, 4. '35 'vi IW ' 5 X ,El 1 .f .fl .ef ., '11 35- -,-. , Y-a ----11" '7s" X all 1-.ir SENIORS ENJOY OUTIN ' tvs, LEBLANC, EMILY Pep Squad l, 2, cheerleader 3, FHA lg Choral Club 3, Miss Flame candidate l, 4. LEVASSEUR, l.OlS Natchitoches High School: Booster Club, Canine Club lg perfect attendance lg Band l, librarian l, Nederland: GIS 3, perfect attendance 2, Band 2-4. Ti UTTLE, REYNALDO Q Most talented boy 4. LOVE, BOBBY Choral Club l, reporter lg Drama Club 2, 4, Morn- ing Watch pianist l-4, president 4. LUCE, JAMES NlcELVAlN, EDWIN Pep Squad l, 2, Westernaires 3, 4. MARTIN, LIZ Band l-4, Drama Club 3, FTA 2, perfect attend- ance l, 2. MATTE, BECKY MELDER, FRED LEE Football 2-4, all-district 3, 45 Track I-45 Basketball I-45 class favorite 35 Student Council I5 Science Club 3, 45 king ot hearts lj Football tri-captain 4. MELDER, SUE Band I-45 Swing Band 2, 4, secretary 4, librarian 35 FHA I, 2. NIETREYEON, JANIS Pep Squad I, 25 Westernaires 3, 45 Library Club 2, 35 Press Club 45 Bulldog Beat staff 45 GIS Ig Fl-IA I, 2. MILLER, JACKIE Band I, 25 Science Club 3, 4. MINALDI, DAVID Football I-45 Baseball I-45 Basketball I, 2, Track 35 National Honor Society 4, vice president 45 best personality 4. NIOORER, FRED MORRIS, LINDA NIORVENT, JEANETTE FHA I Pep Squad 2 3 Library Club 3, 4. N 5' 4:1 14. I 2' SENIORS OBSERVE COLLEGE LIF MURRAY, RICHARD Geometry award 2, American History award 3, American Chemical Society award 4, top-ranking student 4, physics award 4, Bausch 81 Lomb hon- orary science 4, Westinghouse science talent search 4, Shepherd Laundries award 4. NEELY, FRED Class treasurer T, Baseball l-4, all-state tourna- ment 3, Basketball 3, 4, Football 4, all-district 4, Latin Club 2, Student Council 4. NEWTON, CONRAD Student body president 4, Mr. NHS 4, Danforth award 4, Football l-4. NIELSEN, DIANNE Pep Squad 2-4, Choral Club 2, library service 3, 4, treasurer 4, Future Nurses 2, National Honor Society 4, Danforth award 4. NORWOOD, JIMMY King of hearts 3, duke to prom 4, National Honor Society 4, president 4, Football 4, Baseball 3, 4, 1 HI- Alumni Scholarship 4. , -rffrf' NUNEZ, LEONARD Yr-'JY OLSON, ROBERT Science Club, Drama Club treasurer, Algebra l award, Biology award, advanced chemistry award. PARRISH, KENNETH Drama Club l-4, Student Council 4, Bulldog Beat 4, Press Club 4. ON CAREER DAY PARRISH, MARTHA Pep Squad 3, Future Nurses 3, 4, president 4, Library Club 3, Future Nurses merit award 3, Press Club 4, delegate to Future Nurses conven- tion 3. PATTERSON, SAMUEL Perfect attendance 2, Latin Club 2-4, Science Club 3, 4. Cutest boy 4. 1 PITTMAN, LOIS Pep Squad 3, 4, GIS 2-4, FHA 2, GIS award 2, Volleyball Team 2, 3. PREJEAN, MARY ANN Pep Squad i, 2, cheerleader 3, 4, class social leader l, 2, football duchess 2, Miss Photoflash runner-up 3, National Honor Society 4. PERRYMAN, WALTER Art Club 3, 4, treasurer 3. PAXTON, KYLE Perfect attendance 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Bulldog Beat 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, regional number sense contest. PERKINS, BILLY PERRYMAN, CLAUDE fi 1 TWENTY-SIX SENIORS ARE INITIATED PUGH, JACK RICHEY, BARBARA Pep Squad I-3, Westernaires 4. RICHEY, SHARON KAY FHA I, Band I-A, historian 3, Art Club 2-A, secre- tary-treasurer 2, president 3, 4, Drama Club 2, Art I award 2, perfect attendance 2, FTA 3, 4, Historian 4, Morning Watch 4, National Honor Society 4. RIPLEY, EARL PE award I, perfect attendance I, Science Club 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, all-district 4. ROBICHEAUX, PATRICIA ROBICHEAUX, PRISCILLA FHA I, 2, GIS 3, 4, perfect attendance I-4, gen- eral rnath award I, PE award I, National Honor Society 4. RODE, LESTER RYMAN, HOWARD X vu-df' INTO THE NATI fem, QD? W !f ,J .V,,.yN,,' . r Y7' XXL SHEFFIELD, PATRICIA Band I-3, Westernaires 4, Band secretary 3, FHA 2, 4, social leader 4, Bulldog Beat staff 4, Press Club 4, perfect attendance 3, queen of Twirp Week 3. 'siMMoNs, JIMMY , Football I-4, Baseball 3, 4, Latin Club 2. ONAL HONOR SOCIETY SALTS, LLOYD Football I-4, all-district center 4, Basketball I-4, Track 2, 3, Baseball I-4, all-state honorable men- tion shortstop 3. SANDERS, CONNIE SEITZ, LEOLA Choral Club 2, Future Nurses 3, 4, perfect attend- ance 4. SELF, BUDDY SETZER, WINSTON Perfect attendance 2, 3, Mechanical Drawing ll award 3, Science Club 3, 4, treasurer 4, Student Council 4, most dignified 4. SEWARD, BECKY Academic awards I-3, Miss NHS 4, TALA state president 4, National Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Library Club I-4, president 3, Shepherd Laundry award 4, Drama Club 2-4, president 4, Latin Club 2, 3, president 3, state poetry contest 3, English award I-4, Speech ll award 4, Press Club 4. 'D Q? 1 'P ,, '47 PARENTS GIVE SENIORS A FAREWE SIMPSON, SHARON Thomas Jefferson, Port Arthur: Horneroom gov- ernor 2, Student Body Congress 3, Sophomore and Junior Class Cabinet, Spanish Club 3, GRA 2, 3, Bowling Club 3. Nederland: National Honor Society 4. SIMS, ALVIA DEE SIMS, BONNIE SORREL, BOBBY SPICER, PATTY SPONSLER, ANN STANLEY, CLAUD Football 2-4, Choral Club 4 Golden Gloves champ 2-4, Drama Club I A Band I 2 STEPHENS, CLIFFORD PARTY AFTER GRADUATION NR , ' 9' .' srureizocic AUBREY Football l, PE award 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, reporter 2, Vo-Ag Ill award 3, Vo-Ag ll award 2. STRICKLAND, VERNON Q , ,iii STURROCK, BARBARA FTA l-4, GIS l, 2, Band l-4, Student Council 3. TATUM, PATE TATUM, SUE Class secretary l, GIS 2. dv, THIBODEAUX, VERNON TONll.lN, PATSY Band 1-4, FHA l, National Honor Society 4. TREADAWAY, JOYCE Pep Squad 2-4, GIS 2-4, secretary-treasurer 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, secretary 3, PE award 2: Bulldo Beat 3 4 editor 4, Press Club 4, horne- Q I I room reporter 4. FOOTBALL STADIUM I PROVIDES THE SETTING FOR TUCKER, BETH Band T-4, Swing Band 4, Art Club 3, 4, reporter 3, treasurer 4, Art I award 3, annual staff 2, Drama Club l-3, BSKPW scholarship 4. TUCKER, SANDRA KAY Pep Squad l, 2, FHA l, Drama Club l-4, Class social leader 4, Westernaires 3, 4, lieutenant 3, captain 4, FTA 4. VAN RANDEN, KATHERINE Pep Squad 14' FHA T 2 Librar Club 3 4 - , , 2 Y , 1 Morning Watch l-4. VENABLE, RITA FTA 2, 4, Library Club 3, Pep Squad 3, Art Club 2-4, social leader 3, vice president 4, Arts and Crafts I award. VIZE, RONNIE - it Football T-4, all-district 3, 4, Track 3, 4, best sense of humor 4. WALLACE, GLENNIE Fi FHA l, Choral Club 2-4, Choral award 3, Band I-4. 4'! , .wax , 'Q , .vi WEAVER, GLEE HOPE Pep Squad T-4, Drama Club 2, 3, Library Club 3, 4. WEBB, OLAN Perfect attendance 2-4, Science Club 3, 4. BACCALAUREATE AND COMMENCE- IN MENT T WEEKS, OLAN General Metals Trades I award 4, Morning Watch, Science Club 4. VVHIDDGN, CHARLES WHISNANT, JOYCE National Honor Society 4, Pep Squad 1-4, FHA 1, 2, 4, historian 2, Library Club 1-4, treasurer 3, Library award 4. VVHITLEY, FAYE , Pep Squad 1, 2, FHA 1, Class secretary 2, 4, Class favorite 3, Westernaires 3, 4, lieutenant 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4. WHITLEY, RAYE Pep Squad I, 2, FHA 1, Westernaires 3, 4, lieu- tenant 4, queen of hearts 3, duchess to prom 4. WIESS, DOLORES Sabine Pass. Pep Squad 1, editor of The Shark, IL WILLEY, PHILLIP Baseball 2, Football 1, 2, 4, Track 1-4, Rod and Gun Club 1, Band 1, 2, 4, Swing Band 2, 4, Bas- ketball 1-4. WILLIS, RONALD Drama Club 3, 4, PE award 2, FFA 2, president 2, Basketball 1-3, Football 1. basketball and softball team 1. Nederland, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Westernaires 3, 4. J 'Y "MAY YOU ALWAYS" REMEMBER THESE YEARS T7 WOODS, MARTY Student Council 4, Pilot Sweetheart can- didate 4, Pilot staff ll-4, Latin Club 2-4, Science Club 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Press Club 4, Betty Crocker award 11, Pep Squad 1-4. WINANS, GARY Science Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. VVINANS, LARRY Perfect attendance l, 3, Science Club 3, 4, secre- tary 4, Tennis 3, 4. f'9-L UNA "wg,-,av 1 '. ,u , V, it C11 -Aa' .g f 9- This picture brings to the minds of our dignified senors their happy, carefree, childhood days of the fifth grade. 44 This lovely maid of honor, Ray Buffington, offers a toothless grin as he walks down the aisle. ,,,,,11f 'Ar YOUNG, PAT Pep Squad l-3, GIS A Library Club 3, 4 Westernaires 11, Morn ing Watch l-4. There's no use your trying to hide, Nullie. We saw you put out those candles. acca auzsaia mogmam. Sunday, May 22, 1960 PRELUDE ...... . . .... Nederland High School Band PROC BSIONAL. . . . . . . . Nederland High School Band INVOCATION . . Robert OISOH RECOGNITION OF SPECIAL GUESTS Rebecca Seward SCRIPTURE R EADING . Joe Allen SPECIAL MUSIC . . Beffy WIISOH SERMON Rev JP Owens, Pastor FIISI Bapmst Church ANNOUNCEMENTS MI 106 Fledlef PI'1f1C1Pa1 Nederland H1gh School B EN EDICTION Kyle PSXIOH REC ESSIONAL Nederland I-hgh School Band The aud1ence w111 please stand as the Semors enter and leave the staduxm onom Qzacfuafu Rxchard Murray joe Duran Robert Olson Becky Seward Kyle Paxton joe Allen Linda Concienne Sharon Simpson CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Pat Brlnkley VICE PRESIDENT Ray Bufflngton S ECR ETARY Faye Whltley Kypl , fm CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION "' Natxonal Honor Soc1ety members w111 be so mdlcated PR ELUDE. Naderldnd Hxgh Sbhool Band PROCb.bS1ONAL Pomp md f,lI'LlllUbfZ1llL,t Elgar Ixedurl mai Ihgh bghool Baud VI XSTER OF L,l:,REMON1L.5 Pdf Brmklny P1 wulun of bcmor Class INXOC, X l ION Rav Bob Wlley Hxllprc,-wt Blpllbl Qhlllbh WILLLONIIL xDDR lnbk joe Duran 1101101 G1 .lduate SPLLI XL XIUSIC .SL LL xSS SONG BL1rb.11:1 Doorubob Batty Xn1Hmdl.y Rayg an Faye Wh1t1Ly bww Aldrgdge Carolyn I .sh Bobble Hupkaby juhanm Lrubg x Lo. 1p llllbl Burma Chlldrws INI RODUL, HON OI SPELIAI.. GUILSTS IMLJLLLJ Seward INIRUDULJIONOE HONOR STUDENTS M1 Cldudc Gabon Asslstqnt SUPSIIIIILIRILIII FARLQW I-LLL XDDR Ebb Rlghald Mun ay Hlghgml Rankmg bcmm SILMILIII VI xY THE LORD BLESS XND KEEP YOU Ihgh Sghool Lhmr NILVER W XLK LONE Hlgh School Chou' LF XLLENIGIL M1 Orland Strmkland bLlpLI'lI1lCIldf.IlI of Sphools PRESENT XFIONIOI4 CLASS OF 1LJ6U V11 jon F1ed1c.r P1 mupal of Hlgh Sghool AWARDING OI- DIPLOM XS Mr Tyler Klrkland Pmbldem ofSLl1oo1 Board Vlr Lharlub ThamaQ Xsslsulnt P11uL1pa1ofH1gh School ALMA VIAI ER Cheerleaders, Srudgulb .md Aud1em.e BENEDICTION Mr D L Thompson Churmh of QHIISI RECESSIONAL. . Pomp and mrpumstange .......... Elgar Nederland High School Baud fpfaf: ozm unix Mcmbc-rs x f the Boar? f Trustees Neucrlan E Imlcpumicnt School District :xml Administrative Pcrsoxmc-1 7-', 'lvlcr L. Kirkland. President oi the Foard: Mr. Harry L. Chester. Nice Preside1xLgX1r. .Nmidee Morgan N retary: Mr. lf.'l'. Ymill. . T .Cf Brown, Mr. -'fillard XY, Sinclair: Mr. Phil XY. 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"Popular School Events," the class assembly, depicted all important activities in the life of an N.H.S. student during the school year. ln April at the big social event of the year, the Juniors honored the Seniors at the "Underwater" Prom. In May the outcome of school-wide elections was awaited with eagerness and anxiety. OVER THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 1959-'I960 Adams, Elton Adaway, David Armstrong, Nancy Arnaud, Walter Arnold, Fred Bailey, Dema Barlowe, Dick Bass, John Baxter, Benny Bean, Reginald Beck, Beverly Bellow, Linda Bellue, Peggy Bosman, Barbara Boudreaux,'Frances Bradshaw, Gary Branham, Darby Brinkley, Betty Broussard, Barbara Brown, Becky Buchanan, Dusty Burnham, Sandra Burns, Judith Campbell, Judy iii? A KS D5- MAGAZNIE AND DOUGHNUT SAL Carbaugh, Sandy Christian, Suzanne Coates, Linda Corbello, Wanda Couch, Dianne Courts, Oliver Cowgill, Jerry Crawford, Wanda Daggett, Colleen Davis, Billy Davis, Carol Davis, Charlotte N v Q ., ' it Q : IL! , fi 7552 : if rx ' -fig. , V ' ,6'l'1" ' A I? ..,,. 1 1' '3- S , J Denton, Jimmy Dies, David Dorsey, James Dowden, Brenda Dovvden, Johnny Duplant, Bootsie Ealy, Harriet Elliot, Sherry Fabre, Rudy Foxworth, Larice French, Carolyn Gaspard, Joan M vw ILL THE JUNIOR TREASURY A I-5. . Q74- , l , f X .'f' , ,'l4' 1,30 Q-A Q--.. in 'L Henderson, Dudley Henson, Jimmy Hicks, Stewart Hilley, Charlene Holland, Barbara Hopkins, Suzanne Howard, Fred Hudson, Joyce Huffman, Billy Irby, Kay James, Geraldine Jarrell, Lynn 0' i -du., 'vi ,Q N 5x5 ax ' J, A Goss, Marian Green, Nancy Griffin, Dale Griffith, James Griffith, Mike Hammock, Mary Ann Hammonds, Arthur Harris, Loretta Hartzog, Wesley Hawthorne, Linda Haynes, Pat Headrick, Linda r J -1 r av' ' Aga: i ' rl A I f fl f fi .QQ JUNIOR ASSEMBLY REVIEW Y p LaCroix, Opal Lambert, Thelma Lane, Roy Pat LaPoint, Jimmy Lee, Bulinda Lee, Mary Margaret Lewis, Charles Lewis, Glenda Lofton, Billy McCloy, Liz McDonald, James McDonald, Jeep """'v-.Q 1:39 'Vina Johnson, Jean Johnson, Tommy Johnston, Joe Kay, Anne Kelly, Betty Kieschnick, Elmer King, Carolyn Kirby, Prudence Kirksey, Fred Kirkpatrick, Karen Knoblock, Effie Koonce, Betty Ann POPULAR SCHOOL EVENTS McFarland, Joe McGlaun, Doris McGowan, Charlene Manning, Margaret Marshall, Alton Martin, Ronnie Marvel, Judy May, Charlotte Meadows, Jerry Metcalf, James Miller, James Monk, Janice 1 'tif Montgomery, Gwen Moore, Rita Faye Myers, Amelia Nagle, Minnie Neely, Sandra Nelson, Harlan Page, Kay Paulus, Rose Ellen Patton, Wayne Perkins, Virginia Pleasant, Mary Ruth Polk, Jessie Prevost, Mannuel Pugh, Nelda Rahar, Linda Redmond, Mary Reed, Jerry Reimers, Nicky Rice, Dorothy Richey, Norwood Ripley, Barbara Robin, Jo Ann Robinson, Martha Dell Rochelle, Warren JUNIORS HONOR SENIORS A Rutledge, Earl Sain, Judy Sanders, Connie Sapp, David Sattler, Jimmy Scott, Betty Self, Patricia Skog, Jack Sibley, Richard Simoneaux, Gaydell Sims, Billy Smith, Butch ,R- ROM IN NEPTUNE'S COURT J s ve 1-T' . "-?' Tiner, Kenneth Treadaway, Ben Tucker, Jimmy Touhy, John Vandiver, Winfred Ward, James Watrous, Linda White, Elizabeth Whitman, Phoebe Wilson, Mike Winberg, Priscilla Woods, C. A. a-9 Smith, Dallas Smith, Dickie Smith, John Stampley, Jackie Stampley, Jimmy Stancil, Marianne Stelly, Jane Stelly, Jeanette Sterling, Roy Strickland, Paul Stutzman, Janis Tribodeaux, Darrell M: 'N JUNIORS ANTICIPATE SENIOR "DAZE" .cv 6 YI X 1, L 5 rw - W ' ' A iiiiwti if ... W if I Woods, Carolyn Woody, George Wright, Anna Young, Gayle Ziegler, Darlene Students not pictured are: f Revere, Sue Skinner, Janell Smith, Lonnie Smith, Ronald Fulton, Michael Hackley, Katie Kennedy, Michael Noone, Jimmy 4 V'-i 9 QQ Sandy Carbough, Sherry Elliot, Virginia Aycock, Jeanette Stelly, and Charlotte May watch as Linda Hawthorne leads a yell at the Homecoming bonfire. 54 Q .. , 3 . , .i -' 1 f ,, , , 5, . '-V - ' ., --cgi L H.. . Q'-'L K -1" hx K :JV 1- . ' .gf 'Ui . I7 lfklh ,r ,.. - l ,- ,L .1 - Q, iii" 1252- . gi-Q., , .Q ,gy x .' ' . 4 'c ,glfilw 'W'a'1L G 1' 'E - EK- "ga N .:. "SH"!xY I , 1 f va --'L .-Q. -' QQ. 1 V- U.. .21 .1 e UH' AQ- ,1 a - X - I '1 Sl -X va Ill! 4-. D 1 9 4 4 . 'ia Q I xx . A A . I C X ui-.L r rv ,asf Ku. lv NN T ,Q 10 by LEYSATH HEADS TH anis l fi' ff.-f ik jx, A LEFT TO RIGHT: Erskine Leysath, President, Jake David, Vice President, Rita Rienstra, Secretary, Syd Russell, Treasurerg and Cheryl Cook, Social Leader. Being the first class to enter high school in two years, the Sophomores' first activity was the election of class officers. One of the highlights of the year was the class assembly, the "Sophomore Follies," which helped the sophomore candidate to win the honor of being Pilot Sweetheart. SOPHOMORE CLASS OF '59-'60 b R befi Aibrriiornxg Sowrhv YXWO ' asus-WW' Shergisnet I 1 Barriiiewxf f' 7- 82651 Maw , , 42 Q - , gi., s- f. ji s , I xx in X - ., 5, Lg" wx, J f x . J W ,J 1' N X ,V 1 Maxme EX Zwaateirvan' Sandra . A , , Bayard, Pew' , i' A x lf L X- Bxand,TrurY1an4 4 "' . Ship, BMV 7 . rx. 1 1' 5 ,lfgn V 4 Bxafrik9n v- , I 1 , I' v X .W ,J r A, K 'S xy., Y. .H A .1 S V 'fi'-' er . ' I' Mi ' ' 7 ' i if ' 1, 7 r if f 1,3-f ' 5 ' ' H H 'il ,xf 1' E A J .f - i ,Mane I , . Bodenwi Esgosemarie 1 , 3 Bgiimanf X-.nda .. ,Q goodrea'-'X'x iude Ann 4. .Q 47 ' aourqvei C 5 J cs 1. Brand, Don . SN v ' ' . M WE , - - .N-My K ' N fl K 'is '. " 'T " i ' ,.:,Ef5i "':1:' i ,r 1- C A' N ,fm J ' Branham, Pat , ,Q Broussard, Herbie 7,5 i Broussard, Mary Lois " 5- C, ru . 'L ji Brown, Bert 13241, W N' Z Bryant, Arthur Ray 5 3 , 1 ' ra. K X Y 2 is ,A ' , rf f' Bryant, George Butler, Gene Carter, Carol Cates, E. C. Cessac, Lena May Champagne, Raymond Chatelain, John Chilek, John Christian, Lewis Cohrr, Carol Colvin, Grady Concienne, Gayle Conner, Joanne Cook, Bonnie Cook, Cheryl A ' , ,mf Q gi yer, J C 5 Q rr gig ," 'U- Wt' Qgnx tri W' THE SOPHOMORE CLASS ADAPT ki joliii 0 Ellie' Richard da All Q COrneliU5' Gian nic I.. I 4 Cruseiwlncffxfi BOP ' "" -. .r ' Daqqcii, BUWC 3 sf N' N.-M 'vi R 5,15 , A' F i ' ll' , s 'J' Q . Q 1 x - 3, I . , , :I fi I , n E 'QNX G if 4 l r-lf ' , Q ' Q: Davxdl jake ' 1 gal -5 James 1 D DQINW1 Peggy 0 Doofnbos' . me ' Doucefi Shlfiey QV' E Dowdeni BMV r f ,,, . ' ' .X .... I fa 4 i " lfi 2 Dowden' Raip 47' Driskelli Kerry , '!.."" Duplanli Joan , y ,. F Edgar' Mary ,- r GT , A Eqqefsi Wane .--, Elliott, Larry Ermel, Ronnie Ewing, Richard ... Fabre, Beverly Farris, Jimmy Foreman, Shirley Foster, Peggy Fowler, Jessie Fowler, Linda Frisby, Jackie Fullen, Clara Geisendorff, Ross Godwin, James Goodwin, Susanne Gorcher, David Gray, Sandra Gregory, Agnes Greenberg, Norman Grossman, Carolyn Guidry, Luke XE.: y . X q -r rx y oi A -9. -QJ f Viv 4 X '04 f-' ' -5 2 Ni NK, v F41 ' 1, I J ,' , 'gg 'P' l , ,J ' . 9 45. -. ill.- li f ON K 'E'-G i. ig: I f, y .rf Z X V, - V!!! a-5 f I gmrlb-U' -""B, M., - , ,A .4 0' 4-X 2 xSP' s-. E4 f nu? l XX' L N- N . X ji 1 4 A .15 ' e X gf aww Qs? Hardkn, Linda Harper, BM Harper, David r Lamar Har , Harvey, James HarviXX, Sieve HarviU, Wanda Havard, Bobby Hawkkns, Ray Hayes, NNKke 4 in E 'QM Q13 " Hendrrx, Don A Herrln, John Herrington Waher Herron, Bonnre Hickman, Ka'hy A 12 sr- 7? 4.415 7- 4-5 i -9 Muller Karol Mutchelltree Carol Morgan Muke Mullnns Martha Munson Peggy Myatt John Myers Charles Neel Rena Nelson Don Newman Marvnn ONenI Sharon Oswalt Kathy Overstreet James Overton Bobby Paxton Judy Penmngton Jummy Perkins Roxle Perryman Sandra Pleasant Eugema Pool Austtn THE S OPHOMCRE CLASS PRESENT LeYsatlm Efsme 'il fc- ,X ubefsaff 'Wen l a at MOC' Mme X Love pusy na l 'vu MCCUUC dw f -v ,Nb ld KGY Jessle X d rommxl ,. -I vw' YY, 45 sv lt'-J 'R E" L MCFBV an Q. Mcgowarl MCNCCW rm N'ladCl0X S an Marshal Martm Nelda dellne Q MenQh6C3 Nltuer CMO ' l LUNHG .4-" Q o-.5 L 'fl' 'Q 1 J fr "" 'fo U . C L - , -.L ' M 5? ' ' Lf, E ' L. W J is SE ,aa ,- ., Q, ' 'ff .- .Ill ' " I I rx . , . S Q' ', uada - " ' M I A ... ' J, . K-i- , , " ri iz ., , N. 1 gn W f A ' ' ,-r A x , ' ' 1 5 . if, V , 1, Q , 6' ' I l leY . C . ' V , I Ma . .5 V N! , v " 'D - K . . ' '. .Ps its 5' f - W , L ln, .. 1, A ' .'-. ' - ,T " ' . " 'I 'IP . I 1 ' 'x 4, u . I - W ,. X 1 i S f .. , ' :1 - 2 P ' , ss- -My .4 j 1 I n , gi, Q 1 ' lf- 1- ' A. l If A-Q "'- 1 -'kk ' , ' . V r - , .- ' - f -a ' , . S f ' S sv - , -- N , LQ., Ixtgij i 4- I .. .iii '. - .f ,y X 1. '- as ,E vm ..:z,wf' ' . 3 ' ' 1 fa A I I 5 I . 1 8 , A wr ' . lil- ' E, I 'V VA hx gg! 1 I - . . W if ' ' . I . 4 .L , I I fl p 4 ' Y 'P bl 7 6 1 h K 5 Qi, , fm. " '- r Q , v , y . 2 4 ..a X V! X55 .4 A f ' ., A ' yin 1 . ' is.: -, .I l HE SOPHOMORE FOLLIES Pool, Jack Pool, jirnrw Wei 'A P rteif Ronnle 1' o r Charres -' Plevos I na h n a " 'L'-' pfevOSit MW is ,Q , 4 t nf , i 'J 'fig' 7 sc' ' 1 - I , 03, , Nt , 'I v ' -Q f l . Price, Alvm " Price, -lolm Provost, Glnge' Q. Reed, julie . "' Reimers, Wfm b 'Ao J: . ,--v xy ' , v" A . I J e , at . , . " - izichB'd'Ealli av 5 izimafdsom, U 4 Si g ? 4' 3:3 Rlenslral Rllives ,. Q V 3 . 1? , G Y l.illoile?1illBa'bara 'tiff-F 'f 'Qi Q71 , ' Q' 'X V 'V' W. f ' 1 . 1 f ' ver' S, ' , ' ' ' ff l' f cf' ' L. . ' H 1 G5 9,6 . ' 4 1 Q Rochelle, Kenneth N Rode, Ginger - R . W Russell, Syd 1. , " 4 x rs A Ryder, Ginger Sanders, Bobby Sanders, Carolyn Sanders, Glen Sanders, Roger Scales, Ralph Scoffield, Sonya Scoffield, Terri Scott, Vivian Self, Billye Setzer, Jane ShiPP, Judy Smith, Dickie Smith, Edward Smith, Kathy Smith, Kathy Smith, Mary Ann if N.,- L ' 50" P Xu N5 TY 5.9 Tb THE SOP HOMORE CLASS SCRAM il Q5 sr Students not plctur 4 0- S YO! Watklns Jerry Watson Ch Willey Nancy Wilson Alma Lee rlstlne Wllson Betty Wl'son Lnnda Worthy Martha -Q" wif' -'-4 N nnlC On Sorrel Trudy 5proU5e Che Stark Sharon Siehxc Vern IW Sxehle Vlfglma Swevl key Y C1116 lliraiker DW'9lC' Thenol Chew thompson fy Touht! el: -Iyer Lama Wallorl Beck X vvahon Chefy 4-'40 40 ia' '- Nd' Wyble Mary Ellen ed are A.. 'Q- X-Q yN9' K XD Barclay Sandra Ch ance Norma Goodwm Roy Hamby Shirle , 'NJN Y ,XXI v-x BLE FOR THE LUNCHROOM LINE Out ofthe mght come the seldom seen members of the band the back rows At the sophomore assembly the audience IQ baffled yvntlw the query Dont you thunk lm sweet? C' o-06--4 e- 0 E l"l Servuce wnh a smile at the F F A banquet -- 1 Q 2 lui vxgx- l K ci . ' r , , ' ,,, Y I K S . l . X ' l 'A .5 .f x 4 K Q - U V Q l , l e T, , ? 5 A ,A 15. S4 A+-f ,.,,,,N , gsm, 'nru 'v sf w.J,, L. '57 Wy- ' 3 " E,Xx' r .x " - iz'-455 'U A J ' ng" .1 -A ' -'T H - X 4 5 f .54 X -' ' 1 -,,,.f f ANNUAL STAFF WORKS DILIG BETTY ANN HANDLEY Sports P BOBBIE LEA HUCKABY Favorutes ' 3' vb LINDA HAWTHORNE Admnmstrahon MARTY WOODS A s "fs nun" GWEN ALDREDGE Editor Sensors as QS MARTHA WORTHY JULIE REED Classes ENTLY DESPITE THE MANY PROBLEMS Ci ELOISE GOSS Acnvmes s-Q, WANDA CORBELLO Busmess Manager LARVCE FOXWORTH Orgamzatnons NHL. ' S -A 'Y' Tzv rm, A Pxx A X V' f ATA I I. A.-' 'vrk K:-y W x fm A E' I T' V bf X wld Honors IT HAS TO ENCOUNTER x s j' Qgbv MEMBERS OF THE ANNUAL STAFF-SITTING: Linda Sue Hawthorne, Larice Foxworth, Marty Woods, Gwen Aldredge, Eloise Goss, Bobbie Lea Huckaby, Betty Ann Handley. STANDING: Mrs. Chambless, Sponsorg Wanda Corbello, Julie Reed, Martha Worthy. Q' ! MRS. CHAMBLESS Sponsor Gwen, Betty Ann, Eloise, and Larice decorate the hearts for the Valentine Coronation 67 A BULLDOG BEAT PUBLISHES NEWS TO STIMULATE rf? f J 9 'S-is Editor-in-Chief Joyce Treadaway and Co-Associate Editors .Joan Gaspard and Mike Wilson proofread articles for the Bulldog Bear. INTEREST IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES -.cw , .4 X QA ,I i BULLDOG BEAT MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: Buddy Cooley, Photographerg Jerry Hayes, Circulation Managerg Delores Wiess, Advertising Managerg Carolyn Fish, Exchange Editor. SECOND ROW: Becky Seward, Lucky Locker Editor and Reporterg Kendall Barr, Reporterg Dick Brand, Reporter, Pat Brinkley, Sports Editor. Becky O'Neal, Reporter Knot picturedj. KA MISS LIVELY Sponsor f- tl -A "FEP" Joyce Treadaway was Editorsin-Chief for the year, and Kyle 9 Paxton was Co-Editor for the fall THE STUDENT COUNCIL PROVIDES FOR THE GENERAL J .-9 JEJ4'-' .qv- au'2TLt" .gr j ii" I ' ' v f ,,. -. S -Ji .ifo-' .v.,.. A ,-I-,al fl.-as-5.-.,T1,,1g' f 4 r-1:2 :g31'se?egp3F" "'ITg,j.'5v'?f? 1" .i. - -'iffy' if Tx 1. K , gf .,- ,4 l, 5' z T F iz ' ' 1 gf A I N 'ds h . T gg' 1' T f H Q . :jg ,A X A . Q T u , , 1. L l 4 T, if ' QUT' ,I , L ' ' X L '2- I in 4,1 if , w 9, ev Q., ,I X5 ,ll MR. JACK MCGAFFEY Sponsor STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: Conrad Newion, President, Julianne Cruse, Treasurer, Bertie Childress, Secretary. SENIOR MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL: Kenneth Parrish, Winsion Setzer, Barbara Dell Doornbos, Bertie Childress, Marty Woods, Betty Ann Handley, Julianne Cruse, Pat Brinkley, Fred Neely, and 70 Conrad Newton. WELFARE OF THE N.H.S. STUDENT BODY JUNIOR MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUN- CIL-SITTING: Rose Paulus, Marianne Stan- cil, Liz McCloy. STANDING: Dale Griffin, Becky Brown, Dick Barlow, Betty Jean f' Brinkley, Rita Faye Moore, and Billy Sims. WX ff? to MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: Ray Buffington, Dale Griffin, Erskine Leysath, Mackie Brown, Kenneth Parrish, Winston Setzer, Pat Brinkley, Fred Neely, Bob English, Conrad Newton. SECOND ROW: Julianne Cruse, Bertie Childress, Rose Paulus, Barbara Doornbos, Marty Woods, Betty Handley, Sandy Bateman, Suzann Goodwin, Sherry Austin, Marianne Stancil. THIRD ROW: Dick Barlow, Betty Brinkley, Becky Brown, Liz McCloy, Rita Moore, Billy Sims, Peter Bayard, Lamar Tyer, Jon Keester, Donnie Huckaby, Mr. McGaffey, Sponsor. 'fs SOPHOMORE MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL: Lamar Tyer, Sandy Bateman, Donnie Huckaby, Sherry Austin, Erskine Leysath, Suzann Goodwin, Peter Bayard. MARY ANN PREJEAN Senior 3, A LLEADERS PROVE TC BE THE BACKBONE mrs' err "E JEANINE GREEN Senior 41 nn T W- -- .' TPB' --W-Q-J 111- - . i' ' .Q " ....-. Q ,.,,. ..m.f1 ..... KNEELING: Jeannine Greeny Mary Ann Prejean. STANDING: Carolyn Woodsg Rose Ellen Paulus. "Figh1! Fight! for Nederland!" CAROLYN WOODS Junior 3 OF NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT ..,-,.,. BETTY ANN HANDLEY Head Cheerleader Semo. 2, 3, A 4-me ..-V .l Betty Ann Handley. Kay Clark, Mascot, Linda Sue Hawthorne. Q73 LINDA HAWTHORNE Junior 2, 3 KAY CLARK ROSE ELLEN PAULUS Mascot Junior FIRST ROW: Julie Reed Joyce Whisnant Martha Mullins Bonnie Crusenberry Dianne Nielson Gayle Young Claude Ann Bourque Cheryl Cook Joanne Conner Sandra Perryman Karol Miller Pat Robicheaux Cheryl Theriot SECOND ROW: Sherry Austin C-flee Hope Weaver Linda Rahar Doris McGlaun Linda Hingle Ginger Rhode Judy Thompson Judy Shipp Mary Cates Camellia Concienne Nelda Pugh Bobbie Huckaby THIRD ROW: Betty Wilson Barbara Roberts Martha Worthy Gail Concienne Carol Courts Madeline Menchaca Shirley Doucet Virginia Stelly Maxine Best Jane Setzer Carol Knight Catherine Van Randen FOURTH ROW: Brenda Touhy Phyllis Terrancino Carolyn Grossman CContinued On Next Pagel 74 THE BULLDOGS ALWAYS RECEIVE TH The Pep Squad is one of the most capable organizations of Nederland High School in backing and promoting the school athletics. Having been organized in the '4O's, the Pep Squad has long been a Nederland High School tradition. UPPORT OF THE PEP SQUAD A grade average ot "C" must be maintained to become and remain a member of the organization. The girls must provide their own uniforms and observe the rules and regulations in order to remain in the organization. Myrna Prevost Peggy Doornbos Becky Walton Cheryl Walton Judy Richardson Linda McGowan Mary Ellen Wyble Beverly Fabre Sharon Stark FIFTH ROW: Mary Smith Manda Linder Janet Bridges Cathy Oswalt Mary Edgar Eugenia Pleasant Roxy Perkins Susanne Goodwin Bonnie Herron Linda Fowler Jackie Frisby Pam Hurley SIXTH ROW: Lois Prttrnan Joyce Treadaway Sandy Bateman Derna Baily Billie Sue Coleman Beverly Beck Bertie Childress Linda Concienne Carolyn Fish SEVENTH ROW: Betty Koonce Bulinda Lee Betty Kelly Mary Ruth Pleasant Anne Kay Glenda Lewis Gwen Montgomery Prudence Kirby Becky Brown Judy Burns 75 THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION IN THE SCHCOL FHA OFFICERS SITTING Peggy Bellue Hrstorran Judy Burns Vrce Presrdent Gwen Aldredge Pres: dent Jeep McDonald Pramsf Peggy Doornbos Socnl Leader STANDING Betty Wulson Song Leader Kay McDonald Pranrsr Eugema Pleaswnf Parlramentarran Not prctured Carolyn Frsh Secretary and Treasurer Gayle Young Reporter . Q33 www fa M I '5- 53.43 QXMAKERS D E 0 I b P5- i ,4 MRS Rowe 'P R-X Mas STUCHLIK Qponsor H Sponsor 76 I .'aI ., , I Q. NP. V r- . A 3 O on . QT I .7 . 3 p fl.: 'N . " ' K ' A Q N I U- . N ' rea, . 'I I Co , ,. "' In k 1 A 4 'If . 0 O . BOASTS EIGHTY F.H.A. MEMBERS 3' 1 4-'J , .--M 'T' V 3 QM af ISEIEEE' I FIRST ROW: Martha Worthy, Linda McGowan, Sandra Carbaugh, Ginger Ryder, Roxie Perkins, Eugenia Pleasant. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Rowe, Sponsor, Peggy Bellue, Myrna Prevost, Susanne Christian, Loretta Harris, Gwen Aidredge, Mrs. Stuchlik, Sponsor, THIRD ROW: Gwen Montgomery, Kay McDonald, Gienda Corneluis, Sandra Perryman, Jeep McDonald. FOURTH ROW: Karol Miiler, Rita Rienstra, JuIie Reed, Suzanne Goodwin, Carol Knight. FIFTH ROW: Brenda Touhy, Judy Shipp, Dorothy Rice, Linda Coates, Peggy LaPoint. SIXTH ROW: Kay Irby, Bonnie Crusenberry, Marie .BodemuIIer, Nelda Pugh, Sonya Scof- field. SEVENTH ROW: Prudence Kirby, Linda Hingle, Betty WiIson, Cheryl Cook, Barbara Roberts. EIGHTH ROW: Bulinda Lee, Linda Concienne, Sherry Elliot, Sandy Bateman, Peggy Doornbos, Terry Scoffield, Judy Burns, Becky Brown, Larice Foxworth. REPRESENTATIVES TO STATE CON- VENTION: Senior, Gwen Aidredgeg Junior, Bulinda Lee: and Sophomore, Sandy Bateman. Mrs. Rowe, Sponsor, and Mrs. Lee accompanied the girls to Austin. REBECCA SEWARD OF THE LIBRARY CLUB GOES TO WASHINGTO 'YI iii Q.- Becky and Mrs. Stencil stroll down Calvert Avenue taking in all the scenery. Becky was invited by the President of the United States as one of eleven student library assistants to go to Washington for the White House Conference on Children and Youth. S Nvs F ...Mn Becky pauses on the steps of the White House iust before entering for a tour. 78 I . f fa . P 5 .Wk in rm tm vf.. .ijuh . .e ' .T li 1 If -2 3. ff. QIFZFZ' fa ief-gi if swciief 5 .y Q 5 y aw , 4 sm ,.-f fi- FIA 1 , t l fx' - t Yi: 1 AX , img- 'JL .t ,i Q . 1 f r ' , . 1 . . gt. f nn .gg t V, Yx A ' :qi WA L . ' Q hs ' ' ' . f i ' - 11 In .Qs-iii ' ' fri-- . ' 111 ". 'Z' x x -, C A - - .. . A Q-get The office of the Attorney General was not overlooked as one of Becky's many visits. ?vu WAKE LP GND il Elll I' nhoul todays world I 2 I I 23 I lk YOUR LIBRARY: Ili llll L-sg MAGAZINES t Kay Irby, President of the Library Club, hangs a poster announcing the National Library Week. 9. FOR THE PRESIDENT'S WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN LIBRARY CLUB MEMBERS: Dianne Niel- sen, Kay Irby, Amelia Myers, Rebecca Seward, .lo Anne Carlin. The check out desk is the main attraction in the library. Since it is the center of activity, everything rotates around it. wif , AN D YOUT H fb. Mattie Everett, Pat Young, Jeanette Morvent, Charlene Hilley, Joyce Whis- nant. lt is fun to put up attractive and clever bulletin boards. The students have enioyed those in the library this year. Glee Hope Weaver, Brenda Barckay, Marion Byerly, Katherine Van Randen, Pat Gotcher. The library assistants like to listen to the records iust as much as the rest of Nederland High School Students. -1 v 'Q bp- -an 'Q H INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE PLAY COMPETITION lllly ll nf' 145' M .. " 41,-v gl, ,. ..q .,.' if .aiu .f lg QQ l J ng, wffjzf, N J 'fe' DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS-FlRST ROW: Buddy Cooley, Eloise Goss, Jerry Hayes, Bonnie Crusenberry, Rose Marie Bollman, Becky Seward, Ralph Dowden, Sherry AusTin, Jo Ann Conner, SECOND ROW: Kay Page, Glenn Sanders, Mike Hayes, Robert Olson, Terry Scofield, Kenneth Parrish, Mike Wilson, Sonya Scofield, Claude Stanley. E4 fi lb Cast of MAN lN THE BOWLER HAT rehearse for Regional lnierscholastic League Play SCIENCE CLUB VISITS TEXAS GULF SULPHUR ON FIELD DAY TRIP 1 i I SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS FIRST ROW Ltncla Conctenne Bobble Huckaby Marty Woods Anna Wrtght Jeep McDonald Gary Wnnans Nxcky Retmers Floyd Harper Johnny Clepper Larry Winans SECOND ROW Jerry Reed John Smuth Roy Goodwin George Keester Earl Rtpley Gerald Guullot Kendall Barr Wayne Patton Richard Murray THIRD ROW .Itmmy LaPotnt Joe Johnston Robert Olson Charles Whtddon Alton Marshall Mr Vtlha Sponsor Wtnston Setzer Joe Duran Joe Allen Olan Webb SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS FIRST ROW Ltnda Concuenne Secretary M Vtlha Sponsor SECOND ROW Joe Duran Pres :dent Wmston Setzer Treasurer Joe Allen Vuce Presudent Larry Wlnans Reporter A ,fu I v-4 MR VILHA Sponsor 1 X 'X N I ' I , f N x ' ' 1 I 7 YN I 'ev K ft , 1 . . , Q, .' F V ' ,MA n , I - ty ' I ' Y , -- ' " a V 4 ' 2 5 3 I , I' ' tx ta' 6 V F . L, , V 1 v I 7 , I I. I ' I ' 1 ' ' , , , , , - 2 , ' , ' , , ' , ' , , , ' . 2 ' ' , I , ' , , . ' , 1 ' , , , - 1-if ' 'I . . 'gr I - . 5 ' ' , 1 F. ' t ' Q I I - I - ' 1 ' , : , ' ' 7 ' , . wxflllf 2 'L .1 f' 4't..f"'1f ' . P I 159. rf I I I I. 1 9 g 4 H Wg v Va? R 'I f f"Q3!a 3 4 A -n 9 U 9 , sy x 4 ,i ll f!5,: LATIN CLUB SERVES TO CREATE AN INTEREST IN LATIN AS 1 .. "Q ,sip-5 3139 X14 , i., ' E xr ' ., gg A-fi .. 1l?'l?lll-'li' Pi' 'ELM 7 ri IIBQ.-'i .. f '25--at h I F 'l QL Q 1- 'N fi file. ll A LATIN CLUB OFFICERS: Mrs. Cabell, Sponsor, Betty Jean Brinkley, Social Leaderg Anne Kay, Vice-President Pat Self, President, Liz McCloy, Reporter, Colleen Daggett, Treasurer. l l i L is .7 - , g,v7 1 LATIN CLUB MEMBERS--FIRST ROW: Marianne Stancil, Carol Miller, Jeep McDonald, Mary Pleasant, Liz McCloy, Pat Self, Colleen Daggett, Lynn Reimers. SECOND ROW: Rita Rienstra, Sandy Bateman, LuNita Marshall, Anna Wright, Betty Brinkley, Anne Kay, Betty Kelly, Kathy Hickman, Sandra Perryman, Mrs. Cabell. THIRD ROW: John Herrin, Ralph Dowden, lkey Sweat, Wiley Kitchens, Syd Russell, Samuel Patterson, John Price, Alton Marshall, Roy Goodwin, Dudley Henderson, Dick Barlow. I I FIVE CAPABLE GIRLS WORKED HARD DURING THE SUMMER TO TEACH THE DRILL TEAM NEW DANCES 3 . ww, If X mb- Mary Redmond Dolores Hanley Ellen Fowler Rita Moore Julianne Cruse Dolores Wiess Anna Wright Mary Ann Hammock Martha Robinson Peggy Bellue Frances Boudreaux Judy Campbell Pat Young Priscilla Winberg Barbara Richey Wanda Corbello Charlene Hilley 86 THE WESTERNAIRES PRESENT NUMEROUS 'W X 1? 'T 1,-fx .Q ' V,-. . g 'sffuvl A' '5X'323f':'1i'vf Z ' .-.Y K L "I 1-"Sf 1- . 'sf K. fr Lieutenants: Gwen Aldredge, Raye Whitleyp Captain: Sandra The Westernaires, having been organized in l956, are one ot our newer or- ganizations. The purpose ot the group is to entertain at football games during halftime and to march in parades. A grade average of C must be maintained in order to be eligible to become and remain a member. I 55 -'.,f,E1rn, s wg.. . r, W ,La iz " , ' L. , I , A-4,-..f.,. , .4 gr 1 I Y' r fwm. , , ,f,,1.,-L4-,--. V 7'5:f2.1': ri 1 " I ,,, . . ,, .- ., . N .Q Qffxif-.fagw M, gq , , ,. .- - - ' x Fix. , x 1 " . , ,,. .:-1.:-- - 1,5 ,JY-:.,"f6'f"7 , ' -X .LQ I fxp' 11" - '.,,.,:l- , 1 ' 1 . A " 1 fr 1. , . r 1 1 1 1 ' x , K um k 'F' 1 :V J, -A uv' ,Q- Q , ' 1- X4 ' 1 f WQEA' ,x ---1. v-f s 1. . 'F 1. ,' - N ,w6. .. 1 I A 6. f 4. .IL , "gf: 1 ' N,-4 I A on . J, ,Q 4:"Qgl1?S'ffff,' -If 5 " lf , ' 0 ..?.- 1 ,- ai 3' fx 9 ,,, A J 4 , 1 Vs ,Y Qi 4 s ',. ,C T ART CLUB MENDS TOYS FOR NEEDY CHILDREN AT CHRISTMAS S "fr-Q ,.. , A. 1 . ,,. ., f x ,fs , S 1 i . u 1. 5 l . I, S ' ' A ll 8 '3' is--I il ...uf gl I A Q MU , 'S ART CLUB OFFICERS: Marie Bodemuller, Program Chairman, Susanne Christian, Reporter, Sharon Richey, President, Colleen Daggett, Secretary, Beth Tucker, Treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Rita Venable, Vice President. 88 A .-.- n,-u "" . 0. .. I ' f N1 -- ,. 5 , A 'Y ' C1 C 1 -'rw 4. " If r ' 4 .l I , ' . ' Ax - ' -mx , y w,Q- Rl y K V .xx ,f X ART CLUB MEMBERS-SITTING: Susanne Christian, Marie Bodemuller, Sharon Richey, Colleen Daggevt, Beth Tucker. STANDING: Paul Strickland, Ben Treadaway, John Touhy, Ann McNeely, Patsy Tomlin, Sharron O'Neal, Kay Lynn Epps, Miss Lively, Sponsor. DRUM MAJORETTE Linda Janis Bellow Junior 2, 3 42- 9 Emi HEAD MAJORETTE AND ASSISTANT DRUM MAJORETTE Kay Lynn Epps Senior 2, 3, 4 89 FOURTH ROW: Sandra Bloch Sharon Kay Richey Ginger Prevost LuNita Marshall Dorothy Rice FIFTH ROW: Janice Monk Lois Levasseur Margaret McCollum Alton Marshall Glenda Cornelius Patsy Tomlin Liz Martin 5lXTH ROW: Ginger Ryder Glennie Wallace Jessie Fowler Marie Bodemuller Karen Kirkpatrick John Herring Richard Murray Edward Smith Kay McDonald SEVENTH ROW: Trudy Sorrell Loretta Holliman Joyce Hudson Bonnie Holliman Amelia Myers Sue Melder Gwen Hailey Loretta Harris Harrie? Ealy Joan Gaspard Jeep McDonald N.H.S. BAND BOASTS FIRST DIVISIONS l Z a 'i ' K5 i" N , Nr V J 'lm Q31 5 - ,. ..... -.1 iff'-xmas -is .yy DRUM MAJORETTE, Linda Bellow: HEAD MAJORETTE, Kay Lynn Epps. Drum Maiorette and Maiorettes march before the N.H.S. Band during football season. EIGHTH ROW: Jimmy Pool lkey Sweat Billy Loften Wayne Patton Richard Smith Kerry Driskell Philip Willey David Gotcher Sandra Barclay Wanda Harvill Marian Goss Jerry Reed Nancy Willey NINTH ROW: Robert Bevil Carolyn French Charlene Hilley Larice Foxworth Geraldine James Jimmy Tucker Dick Arnold Elizabeth White Ralph Dowden Tommy Horne Beth Tucker Anna Wright Rena Neel Donovan Branham TENTH ROW: Lynn Jarrell John Price Jimmy Farris Roy Sterling THE MORNING WATCH PROMOTES RELIGIOUS INTERESTS T' , ,. amiga ,fm , .,, QLS, ,, W, 4 ......t., n:::-.fun 9 -gi, " 1 MORNING WATCH MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: Linda Headrick, Clara Fullen, Jean Johnson, Nancy Smith. SECOND ROW: John Cook, Charlotte Davis, Bonnie Cook, Agnes Gregory, Virginia Stehle. THIRD ROW: Bill Harper, Bobby Love, Olan Weeks, Mr. W. L. Cook, Sponsor. STANDING: Janice Monk. ., I :Q if xnxx. Ax i , is ' 'T ' I Ie MORNING WATCH OFFICERS: Mr. W. L. Cook, Sponsor: Jimmy Pool, Social Leader, Charlotte Davis, Song Leader: Agnes Gregory, Treasurer: Janice Monk, Secretary: Jean Johnson, Vice MR. W. L. COOK, Sponsor President: Bobby Love, President. FFA Sweethearts Judy Domec and Judy Richardson receive their ackeTs F F A PRACTICE AGRICULTURAL LEADERSHIP, COOPERATION CITIZENSHIP, PATRIOTISM . 1 H F.F.A. MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: L. Kirkland, B. Treadaway, C. Coleman, J. Cowgill, E. Cates, B. Havard SECOND ROW: B. Dalby, C. Mullins, J. Domec, J. Richardson, B. Horne, D. Brand. THIRD ROW: Mr Cook, J. Fruge, J. French, N. Greenberg, A. Richard, A. Weeks, M. Carr, B, Barclay. FOURTH ROW A. Bryant, D. Fidler, D. Harmson, G. Cutrer, J. Chatelain, G. Bryant, R. Sonnier, B. Headrick. MERS FAR ,, or 1 ' F.F.A. OFFICERS-FIRST ROW: L. Kirkland, Secretary J Cowgill Mr. W. L. Cook, Sponsor. J Vice President Cecil Coleman, President. SECOND ROW B I Havard, Sentinel, Ben Treadaway, Treasurer, E. Cates Reporter STUDENTS WITH A DESIRE TO TEACH JOIN THE FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB SITTING Jeep McDonald Bertre Chuldress Becky Seward Lmda Concrenne Robert Bevrl STANDING Sandra Kay Tucker Amella Myers Kaine Hackley Wanda Harvlll Carol Kmght MoIIy Duke Larnce Foxworth Mrs GIeason Sponsor MRS GLEASON Sponsor FTA OFFICERS Jeep McDonald Reporter Bertre Chrldress Secretary Becky Seward Presldent Lnnda Concrenne Vnce Presrdent Robert Bevrl Treasurer NOT PICTURED Sharon Rrchey Hrstornan The R O MedIln Chapter of the Future Teachers was frrst organnzed In the fall of T956 wnth Mass Mavis Wllluarns and Mrs Nelleen Stancrl as sponsors The pur pose of the club rs to afford students an opportunlty to study the teachnng pro fesslon and decade whether they would like to become a teacher Thls club IS open to any student of Nederland Hugh School who IS Interested an becomung a teacher TWENTY-FOUR FUTURE NURSES ARE CAPPED AT ANNUAL CEREMONY x A Z' ' 3 -an A 5 -V j'4.,,, Q, H .J 1 ., gi' , . 9 ' 2 1 "7 Q F ,, Q , , A, i f-A 'J it :Tiff -3 - 3 " qi A' X - i Q , r i in f , i , - h 5- 1- 5 9' Q , .. -'- x V s , ,,, M .J rrvvn F A 'Fi .J I: A- - N Q ,..- , .,..-., 3, ,-iQi,,.w .K V ' A mv ,REP .. sw f 'E 'I 1 FUTURE NURSES MEMBERS-SITTING: Lynn Reimers, Martha Parrish, Leola Seitz, Carolyn Bridges, Sheila Gritta, Loretta Holliman, Dolores Wiess. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Thornell, Mrs. Reed, Darlene Ziegler, Janice Monk, Linda Hardin, Wanda Crawford, Karen Kirkpatrick, Susanne Christian, Kathy Oswalt, Edwina McCulla, Miss Ross, Mrs. Hackley. THIRD ROW: Karen Libersat, Terry Scofield, Jo Ann Conners, Cheryl Walton, Cathy Smith, Becky Walton, Judy Richardson, Barbara Hollier, Bonnie Holliman. .P Q l l I n , . I I FUTURE NURSES OFFICERS: Martha Parrish, President, Janice Monk, Vice President, Judy Richardson Secretary, Susanne Christian, Treasurer, Becky Walton, Reporter, Leola Seitz, Social Leader. Y G.I.S. DEVELOPS AND INCREASES BETTER KNOWLEDGE OF SPORTSMANSHIP, TEAM SPIRIT, AND COOPERATION G.l.S. MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: Joyce Treadaway, Patricia Robicheaux, Priscilla Robicheau, Roxie Perkins. SECOND ROW: Linda Bellow, Mary Redmond, Rose Paulus, Enda Johnson, Lou Foreman, Lois Pittman, Sheila Gritta. THIRD ROW: Myrna Prevosr, Cheryl Cook, Elaine Kennedy, Lucy LaCroix, Ginger Rhode, Linda Hingle, Terry Scofield. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie Herron, Rose Marie Bollman, Suzann Goodwin, Sandra Perryman, Manda Linder, Kathy Hickman, Shirley Foreman, Mrs. Armstrong, Sponsor. ty co' . if if UQ E' 0 ' :iff Q.-,K fi' C ' TF p 0 V 4 Mies. ARMSTRONG I Sponsor VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Linda Hingle, Linda Bellow, Patricia Robicheaux, Kay McDonald, Joyce Pittman, Cheryl Cook, Bonnie Herron, Priscilla Robicheaux, and Kathy Hickman. PRESS CLUB ORGANIZED TO REPORT CLUB NEWS TO THE BULLDOG BEAT Q is le- Ji 1. kr u--a PRESS CLUB MEMBERS SITTING Amelua Myers Elouse Goss Lmda Concuenne Joan Gaspard Duck Brand SECOND ROW Mxss Llvely Sponsor Jeanune Green Dolores Wness THIRD ROW Becky Seward Joyce Treadaway Jo Ann Carlm Bulnnda Lee Jeep McDonald Mary Ruth Pleasant Luz McCloy Laruce Foxworth Betty Ann Handley Gwen Aldredge Linda Hawthorne Sharon Stark Mrs Chambless Sponsor FOURTH ROW Kenneth Parrnsh Pat Sheffneld Bobble Huckaby Carolyn Fish Janus Metreyeon Marty Woods Peggy Bellue Pam Hurley Judy Paxton Cheryl Cook Sandra Perryman Judy Shrpp Gayle Young Charlene Hnlley FIFTH ROW Make Wnlson Kendall Barr Becky Walton Lnnda Hungle Kathy Hackman Cheryl Walton Judy Burns Betty Scott Julue Reed Jerry Hayes Buddy Cooley MRS CHAMBLESS M155 UVELY Sponsor Sponsor 97 Q. I . I , A I ' t J I an .- L I -A 1. 1' f. I y " 1 - ., 1 Q I tr , Ay, 41, . V ' x ' T N . I Y rn. . , .. , .- X , - 4' I. ,ns I 3 1 I X Q . ' ' ' x - J . un U - "' 1 . 1 Il f f, .2 f 2 - 1 It- I ' .T Q W 'X ' . QA. 4' . g --- , ' I ,AI -'-' , . A , , 'W fix - I 1 .' ' 5 ,nl SX . A -, U T El . . ,. , ..... l, . 3 , ,Y F' : ' 1 A 1 ' ' 1 1 ' . : ' , 1 , , z 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' : I I I I I I I I I I I ' I ' A 98 JUST AS THE TWIG IS BENT THE TREE'S INCLINED ALL THINGS ARE DIFFICULT BEFORE THEY ARE EASY if A "5 '13 . Ifnsif' IS NOT EVERY ABLE EDITOR A RULER OF THE WORLD . 'R ETT M JOYCE TREADAWAY T "CULTURE IS A KEY TO LIFE" f, 0.45 vl3""'n , , BECKY SEWARD CONRAD NEWTON M d Nd r Cwghsh COUNTING TIME IS NOT SO IMPORTANT .J K- , W., S N , - 7 5 . If I A RICHARD MURRAY 'iff - I Hghesf Ranking v, - enior AS MAKING TIME COUNT" 2 r , M., N . J Q 'li 1 . yr. -,,N,v is JOE DURAN gh R kgS 'W SO MANY WORLDS, SO MUCH TO DO" f , '3 7.1 f DIANNE NIELSEN CONRAD NEWTON "HITCH YOUR WAGON TO A STAR" P. Q . 'Y 'Ninas nw wx ' 5. ,I .' 'Z . M, ' , .3 , XIII 'gf Q LIZ M CLOY DICK BARLOW By 9 ,IA "CULTURE IS NOT THE WAY OF LIFE BUT THE KEY TO IT" Y X - 5 - V 221' fs ' -rua" A ' 4. L .lg FIRST ROW: Delores Wiess, Gwen Aldredge, Faye Whitley, Lincla Concienne, Mary Ann Preiean. SECOND ROW: Marian Byerly, Patsy Tomlin, Carolyn Bridges, Berlie Childress, Bobbie Huclcaby, Julianne Crusc, THIRD ROW: Barbara Doornbos, Joyce Whisnanf, Jimmy Norwood, Pat Sheffield, George Keesfer, Priscilla Robicheaux, Becky Seward, FOURTH ROW: Dianne Nielsen, Gary Winans, Sharon Richey, Sharon Simpson, Marsha Lane, David Minaldi, Carolyn Fish, and Linda Kessler. NATIONAL HONOR SOFIETY T , , 5 C? . "Til O I ,ji 2 5 s MQ ,g I A 7712? .f I Q i QX 1:-:U ' V xy Ay . ,ff 5 L AV 'ey x -llm'T'Y Norwood, Pres- David Minaldi, V. Pres T, NN I' I in-3 Linda Concienne, Sec. Julianne Cruse, Trees. Bertie Childress, Rep. IO8 "KNOWLEDGE COMES, BUT WISDOM LINGERS" ,gr . 41", 4 FIRST ROW: Charlene Hilley, Janis Monk, Rose Ellen Paulus, Anna Wright, Virginia Perkins, Nicky Reimeis, Anne Ray. SECOND ROW: Coleen Daggett, Liz NlcCloy, Pat Self, Jeep McDonald, Marianne Stancil, Amelia Myers, Barbara Holland, Larice Foxworth, Linda Hawthorne, Janis Stutzman. THIRD ROW: Barbara Ripley, Nancy Armstrong, Milne Griffith, Dick Barlow, Butch Smith, Alton Marshall, Billy Sims, Fred Kirksey, Linda Bellowfancl Betty Brinkley. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY x 3 5 f ,.. L. x ff .: ll ' 'E Y' i W S ln order to have an active chapter of the National Honor Society, top students from the Junior class were elected to full membership in April. Officers w e re elected and plans are in the making for a profitable year at senior members. IIO "NOTHING GREAT WAS EVER ACHIEVED WITHOUT ENTHUSIAM" 3 6- 1' X f L ,,,, i 5 .5,a-"' X .xml -fr .3 FIRST ROW: Miss Lively, Sponsorg Bobbie Lea Huckaby, Marty Woods, Amelia Myers, Larice Foxworth, Gwen Alclredge, Linda Hawthorne. SECOND ROW: Mrs, Chambless, Sponsor, Carolyn Fish, Patricia Sheffield, Eloise Goss, Joyce Treadaway, Becky Seward, Dolores Wiess. - -'ing T -, ' ' f' W 3 14, , I sf' -V ircv ,?f'vi, -4 Una"-4: I QWQA fgllg The new members of the Quill and Scroll take the ,-ff' f international oath, -.-,,- Cf' E 1 F 5 xg "THERE IS NO KNOWLEDGE THAT IS NOT POWER" Lf- I: ItQ"""'.1" in ' :. I gf W If ff fif 'S 1 N I 'hx , H ,fn 1 5 'N I' 'W' "IF-is , I . xax " ' xx' i 'Q fx RICHARD MURRAY ANNA WRIGHT Senior Top-Ranking Student JUHIOV TOD-Ranking Student BILL HARPER Sophomore Top-Ranking Student this ku ,f I f 5. .X lb A THING WELL DONE IS TO HAVE DONE IT MARTY WOODS Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow RITA RIENSTRA Outstanding Sophomore QUE . N - .. bl--'x Af. n, I Tfzxf' f '. -4 . - I 1 BECKY SEWARD State President TALA GWEN ALDREDGE State Homemakers Degree of Achievement ,.. min .:7'I. lf' ' rf"" 'IIII L' 'III' N --'D' I Etta, 4..-- "NOTHING CAN BE PRESERVED THAT IS NOT GOOD" fi Civics 'K ell" '44 CAROLYN BRIDGES PATRICIA SHEFFIELD Advanced Arithmetic BETH TUCKER Business and Professional Women's Scholarship BECKY SEWARD Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship Senior English Journalism Speech II Future Teachers Shepherd Laundries Award Miss NHS 018415. S-...M-1' GWEN ALDREDGE P.T.A. Scholarship Family Relations School Accompanist f Naw- llx, Wm.. RITA VENABLE , - . 7 ' Arts and Crafts V f vm, J :V 'X .E 1 lg' .fix -l. ,ri ,1 lx, 1, :QQ i5i.:ili.EIYIg '19 -,i1llliEEEEiiE:'. I ,. Shi- .'-,,'-,t:1::'"::z.:::5, 'SE' ,age 5 .,. A . .V ,. . gr RICHARD MURRAY American Chem. Soc. Award Top Ranking Student Physics Bausch 8- Lomb Honorary Science Westinghouse Science Talent Search Shepherd Laundries Award THEY CAN BECAUSE CONRAD NEWTON Student Council Award Danforth Award Mr. NHS AUBREY STURROCK Thor Farm Mechanic Award Senior Boys' P.E. MARSHA LANE Merit Award DIANNE NIELSON Danforth Award Library Award 1? Underwood Typewriter JIMMY NORWOOD Alumni Scholarship LORETTA HOLLIMAN Future Nurses Ne l PAT BRINKLEY Senior Class President Economics THEY THINK THEY CAN" ALTON MARSHALL Latin I American History CECIL COLEMAN DeKalb Agricultural Award LINDA CONClENNE Alumni Scholarship Senior Girls' P.E. Family Relations JEANNINE GREEN Shorthand ll ROBERT OLSEN Advanced Chemistry JOYCE TREADAWAY Bulldog Beat .vw i r- , Am, vi Y pa F55 X my 'Wi '19-wt ,.:,, ..:, ji '1 gx. 4- NANCY DUFF Durham Busine Scholarship ss College , .,4-Ffir, r' M 'We HDIFFICULTIES ARE MEANT PATRICIA ROBICHEAUX Senior G.I.S. JOE DURAN Texas Chem. Council Award Second High Senior High School Math Advanced Mafh 1? ml. pe 'Q LINDA HAWTHORNE Junior Girls' P.E. MARY ANN HAMMOCK Bookkeeping DALE GRIFFIN Junior President LEONARD HAWKINS Algebra I 54' 7' MIKE GRIFFITH Junior Boys' P.E TO AROUSE, NOT DISCOURAGE" I .W ,V I , OLAN WEEKS V- -4 52 I X 3. Q , Generai Metai Trades I Q' 'U Q , 4 7 at . " ' JOHN SMITH E gs I li, Chemistry sg ,,l I I .. if fi' I I' ' " ,: as I I , ' I COLLEEN DAGGETT f Art II . I Junior Er19IisI'1 ' J , 4 Latin II A ce- A I! 'V aim sims 5 f 9 Solid Geometry ' 1 hfg V, I 34, I., tk . f I ' 5 1, , I It ' , -5 I ,Q I 'f 'Kina if 1 -v' JAMES HAVARD General Metal Trades II fi 'Ui' SHIRLEY HOSSLEY Business English is-C 'tr R5- p "-v CAROLYN FRENCH Spanish I , 'Quli 'x 1-' NU'- X., Y--Q LINDA BELLOW Typing Il Junior G.I.S. "A MOMENT'S THINKING IS JERRY REED I Most Valuablewlufxcian I Vf- 1 lr, ,E MJQ ANNA WRIGHT 41 ' x !R,fJ'i Q ' Highest Ranking Junior it 5- J Advanced Biology ' 'R Trigonometry I JEEP MCDONALD Accompanisf WARREN ROCHELLE General Math JERI JAMES Commercial Mafh I ll if if 4, DALLAS SMITH Mechanical Drawing W.: H ,i f K, X .::. nf' ,t rn Q w 4: "fb L. ' KATHY HICKMAN Sophowwore English "THE FOUNDATION OF EVERY STATE NORMAN GREENBERG Vocniioiml Agriculture ll ' JOHN PRICE n Algebra ll iyff .Q , Plane Geometry -Y AA - Biology lx S., ll BETTY SCOTT Office Practice 'NX Ka' TERRI SCOFFIELD '55 Homentalnirig I L-Vvl., ww., Q 'fill is LUNITA MARSHALL Homemaking Il 5 A , .,. if 2 ' ,,4V.f.:, f, 5 j ' -V :fif -A: ,!. 'Ng' JUDY BURNS Homemaking Ill WALKER HERRINGTON Mechanical Drawing I wi bf ri. ii r Q if AA i J 47 .,.s W N-xwwk ar f X- "IS THE EDUCATION OF ITS YOUTH" ww. 1' JAKE DAVID Shop I N013 U- Nr CHERYL COOK BONNIE HERRON Sophomore Girls' P.E. Sophomore GIS. I 25 W ...xg I PRISCILLA WINBERG Shorthand I ' IANNY KIRKLAND DONNIE HUCKABY Sophomore Boys' P.E. Flag Monifor I I2, 'Q .- , ,D Q wk X NX ' I ',,. MWA' N X l if In ' R 40 ,Q . .x ,XNA ,xx ' X. X xxx 'Q ' -. s iss JUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASSES SPONSOR ELOISE AND MARTY FOR PILOT SWEETHEART J! MARTY WOODS . I! II A . h I ,. " 'Ir ELOISE Goss 'X BULLDOGS CHOOSE CAROLYN FOR HOMECOMING HONORS '57 CAROLYN FISH F TbHS Th T 11' C9 EACH CLASS PRESENTS A DUCHESS AT HOMECOMING PAT BRANHAM Sophomore BETTY ANN HANDLEY Senior is fig' 1 R' J, jg 3 A Y ,f f ff 'T T 5 I fire ' nl' th qw I2 if v 1 vw Q CHARLOTTE MAY Junior 22' CAMELLIA LIGHTS THE FIRE THAT SETS HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES ABLAZE CAMELLIA CONCIENNE Miss Flame I959-60 EMILY AND GAIL ARE RUNNERS-UP FOR MISS FLAME EMILY LEBLANC Senior GAIL CONCIENNE Sophomore Glowing, Miss Flame and candidates stand before Homecoming bonfire. f fi ? 'xr W X LNP X X NULLIE AND LINDA RULE OVER VALENTINE FESTIVITIES - N... - , 3. .-5.-.L-.PD - E'-10 w, King and Queen of Hearts N 'L J Q -,..n:3,4,?:i: Q-ar-5 LINDA CONCIENNE NULLIE GRISSOM 4 T! Wx ? . lt, 3, ips,- I RX Q CANDIDATES FROM EACH CLASS VIE FOR TITLE OF KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS fi 1 I 'I A A " QTSSQN ' A 1 TTL megan, ,fl :gu 'f'f,E .- we I. N w if ROXIE PERKINS GENE BUTLER x I King Nullie and Queen binda pose with the Junior class candidmes Winfred Van- diver and Dollie Bell. ALVIN PRICE Sophomore DAVID SAPP Junior I REGINALD AND BECKY INITIATE "GIRL TREATS BOY" WEEK King and Queen of Twirp Week ir.: 'N "k,,,u,,.,"' E., -L7?1'Hi 1 I ' QM REGINALD BARRAS BECKY MATTE fra' Y' 'C-' CAROL MILLER Sophomore JEEP MCDONALD Junior A BEAUS AND SWEETHEARTS ARE CHOSEN BY F.H.A. AND F.F.A. CLUBS JUDY RICHARDSON JUDY DDMEC ww A 'if' 'ig i N..,,5 '-s-,,L s X xx g S ww' an 'Dx MIKE D GX 5' funn- A-" 'ff' if QW R 1 ' qg 4 ' EFEE CECIL COLEMAN 3 W W'-ww di IB X qv. iff I '..' S MISS PHOTOFLASH OF 1960 A1 If 1, i 'ff T ff :Q -H 9-:Fi 'V Q v-"' .' mf.-wa " f 4 1, X -Q-. .v we-N-. .....'1 - -.w-gQ..n.. s...".'.-,n ,Wg , - A ln 1-vm'-?K'.,.:-xggpyf ' -.Ima ' nf-m:.xfff,r1wf?f', A1 ,ph .iff Q , ' 1 I- -,,n,.,A Wy, wwf... .wiffv-,'?f af: fra-'ff M mf.. ,Lbs w -4f12QLf:- L -2 ' Y '42 -A - 5 - 1 gwf?-g4'f-ifgf'ff Huggy- . . . ' ls ,nf -'125fi'2b '. - "3 23314 1, f x .Z K V j A 'f:,,3.'1,,j T 4 L, 1 YJ MARTHA DELL ROBINSON Junior ROGER SMITH AND EFREM ZIMBALIST, JR., JUDGE MISS PHOTOFLASH CONTEST J QUEENBETTYANDKI ' ' M' ' ' PTUNE'S COURT ' 1 Ka 1' I I' 1 I A DUKE AND A DUCHESS FROM EACH CLASS HONOR THE I N KING A D QUEEN OF THE PROM v'f lin. .LJ RWE W OOD E MOORE E LAM ' MOST POPULAR Mary Ann Preiean and Pat Brinkley MOST TALENTED Ray Little and Bobbie Huckaby I i ,QEYA-Q-.,. fi ?,.. '--'iv pr 5 N ,Q.ci'f K M ' ARI IS HW LV! WGN I N w i E i I, 1 1 -1, ,"":a Qi t. -' ' , 722. ?,, 0 9 f' v-:sm-, ,,,,, , ,,,, L V I 1 9, if Q cm 1 il "J "ILA if Mass.. ft 5 It .ei 1 L31 x. , rf K+, . -1 ,Q M'? ,Q ,f 7 1 in J 1 Xxx WN Ar 5 ,vu f Ji- ls 0 1 wif 4 A mf , . ll f X F wx .3 , "4-Q--...,,,,, Y. , ,.,...,, ,wg-. 'EX 1. My , ., y . Z5 X J 3 .-..,vf,- Y --1 Xb XXZMW -.4 K S ,xxx V JH 53 in 5 if Q . . ,E,er,,- .... . - "lT'S GOOD TO BE MERRY AND WISE, lT'S GOOD TO BE HONEST AND TRUE." D WITTIEST Sandra Bloch and Ernest Bayard ' MOST ATHLETIC Patricia Robicheaux and Fred Lee Melder m- Jiffy.,-:KH Q,'i,,Q,a ffl. " .. X- uw. A "CHEER UP, THE WORST IS YET TO COME"S ,U 'X ' sesr ALL-ROUND Betty Ann Handley and George De Vries BEST SENSE OF HUMOR Jeanine Green and Ronnie Vize W x ' ?.ZP'-'W .. -W H gg-gf -uv- "'NEATNESS IS THE ASEPSIS OF CLOTHES." - yfrfpggfi. ,- 1 Y' 1. ' 4 A , H 1 3- BEST DRESSED Jimmy Norwood and Mary Beth Askew NEATEST Brenda Barclay and Aubrey Slurrock 9 ' e ia X51-'War' ww- gawk" HBACKWARD, TURN BACKWARD, O TIME, INUYOUR vw- CUTEST Billy Perkins and Emily LeBlanc BEST PERSONALITY Camellia Concienne and David Minaldi 'f'i' ' , fl?-gf ' 'TL7::""""-"""- ' 'Af 555 3 .. lafilf 'E T Y A 1 W yr, .i . lbgiifii W Y A 422577f"'1"1"1""'ff1'f1ziffv'Wv. --1----.+V-fa. -p - a -f , M" " -Ui ' ff? ' , " 32' f I A ' - ! 'W ff B- 'S' . .Af M R .va Q-'f ' iq.. 1 . 7, Y fw,.,., . wAY ro I-:Ave A menu. us TO as ONE" xx M SOPHOMORE FAVORITES . Sherry Austen and Peter Bayard JUNIOR FAVORITES Margaret Manning and Kenneth Tiner f 'i SL N,- f 1 ..,, . L IHS! "N O Q D I47 SCHOOL DAYS, SCHOOL DAYS, DEAR OLD GOLDEN RULE DAYS FALL io, September, October, and November made up the exciting fall months with the end of vacation and the opening of school. Everyone's face had two expres- sions: sadness-no more sleeping late or leisurely ly- ing around-and gleeeseeing all the people you didn't see during summer. Activities galore were there for the asking during the fall-football games, pep rallies, after-game dances and parties, inevitable burning ofthe midnight oil, annual Homecoming and bonfire, and the end of football season highlighted by the Bulldogs' winning bi-district. Studying became more serious as report cards were issued. is H W-s::,,,.,.,,..,., ,-, .wal NXSN DN-.. The opening of school brought a Yul Brynncv type haircut tothe new sophomores. Kay and Jeanine lead B,ulldog cheers at the Lamarque Pep rally. 7' "'All right, boys, this is the way it's done." A typical scene at Nederland High each fall afternoon. I48 HEXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES KEEP EVERYONE EXTRA-BUSY." Thursday night pep rallies were fun even as the weather got colder and colder. 1 Somehow we managed to find time for classes in spite of our extracurricular activities, Julie Reed seems to be actually enioying Mr. Martin's Spanish class, it tgglgffni P 1 H, i--4 ,V t4""X-54 44-. Nancy Armstrong seems worried because the arrived yet. Cheer up, Nancy! .V 3' .Li bi ...M N F 5 ii Y H fr-...,.-su,nn5.u-Annan- food hasn't Aftergame dances were fun, and they added to the spirit of campus life. I49 .I WITH FALL ARRIVE FOOTBALL ACTIVITIES GALORE 32 . I y 1 Mr. Audrey Lewis announces a Bulldog pep rally over KPNG radio. Zyl I50 gr . 1 o 1 Cheerful sponsors sit on the side lines af Ihe football recepfions. Where's everyone golng? We lust got here and now you want to leave. They aren't really going To a fire. The fire truck is leading the annual Homecomlng parade through down rown. -guy, LVL' 63 ' 149, me utr 1' ff L. I SCHOOL SPIRIT MADE ITSELF APPARENT EVERYWHERE 41 rx Thus 15 heave YEAH "T" iiiq "L U51 9 O I one n Y 9Ood lndlan 5 ea 1 EMR' mmf 4, I Camellna Concnenne rengne MISS Flam T fh H d e a e omecomm bonfnre ....,,N HE rg or' NS OES. I ' ll mv HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES SPELL EXCITEMENT Old and new students crowd ed around to see the crown ing of Camellia Concienne Miss Flame. Billy Perkins crashes through as a symbol of Bulldogs crashing through the Vidov Pirates. X?" X Yrs! Q :A K- r M. ,S , J , .g. ' ""'--., Q .Xxx w 5 . 1 5- K4 W ,M .'14!!'L-1 . Qi. 0. ,I :gag J-S-. STUDENTS STRIVE FOR BETTER GRADES AS EXAM TIME GROWS NEARER WINTER December, January, and February constituted the rainy winter months. As cold weather was introduced, sweaters, coats, and ear muffs began to appear on campus. Letter iackets were distributed to the boys and then redistributed to their girl friends. Students looked forward to the com- ing of Old Saint Nick and Cupid because their appearance signified the arrival of holiday parties and dances. Mid- term exams marked half of the school year with plenty of pleasant memories ahead for everyone and equally pleasant memories left behind. ., or A 'N M' K sis xv?-Q is-4 i I I The student council provided stuuents with the fine Southern assemblies 'rd Bob English appears to be up to his old tricks. Such a mischievous grin! Q T A girl's requirement for a civics class is interest ' in civics or interest in boys. SCORES OF ACTIVITIES CROWD A STUDENT'S BUSY SCHEDULE S-fv Students at NHS contributed clothes to the x "f clothes drive sponsored by the Student Coun- cil Civic students eagerly interviewed Congress- man Jack Brooks when he visited NHS, Mr. Brooks said the best thing a student can do while in high school is "to learn." Mr. Broussard seems justly proud of a beautiful door decorated for Christmas. Band members pause in an active day to smile and pose for the camera- YTIBFI. ,ii ,AL SEASQNS cazzrrucs I56 NHS ABOUNDS W ITH VIGOROUS HAR D WORKING STUDENTS Say Mrs Armstrong doesnt anyone ever get tnto the water? By gettrng glumpse of the glrls PE class the photographer has accompltshed the lm possrble fAt least that s what the boys say'l Whee' It certarnly rs good to get out of class even for few mlnutes 1 i home 1 ous Here we llnd an mdcllsal work ' l econormcs Class har ,he cooluftg lab A typrcal scene an the annual staff roo N1 NHS Everyone as always sooo busy SENIORS PULL INTO THE HOME STRETCH AS THE FIRST SEMESTER ENDS Just Mamas lnttle baby En lush and Nu me Grissom created a sensation as fhey were ushered In for the Sensors mock wedding A snow ball IS a snow ball snow b ll d aunt un' l X Now you sensors wall want to order plenty of mvnahons and thank you cards IS7 COKE PARTIES 5" q 3 I 'Zi' 7 -'Lf A J 'f 'i ',l 'I' is V 'Q xiii" I -A ll' X- , 'S-,..n.f5' 'f-' -.. u ' fl' YR X 7 K A 4 pf IF SPRING SHOULD COME CAN SUMMER BE FAR BEHIND'-P SPRING March Aprrl and May are the Sprung months Many fun fulled actrvrtres took place Twrrp week conventrons sen nor partres the prom and of course graduation For the Senrors a season loaded with many wonderful memorles for the Junlors a teelung of new nmportance the new top dogs at NHS the Sophornores a teelrng of anxuety that In two years Thoughts went from school work and studyrng to fun ano vacations Nnne months ot hard labor were already accomplished and three months of summer excrtement were lyrng ahead and for the sen lors a tresh begnnnrng F H A conventron goers take trme ou from a hectnc schedule to pose for prcture In front of the Texas Caprtol urnda Lee and Peggy Bellue provnde plenty of c eesecake t the A Champagne Palace dance I 'udents and faculty alrke were both amazed and fascrnated at the prowess shown by some of our more dugmtred teachers rn a hularrous volleyball game I 1 F I I . , . . ,-I A' l"4 .v . T .sh r .'F 6 Q I . , . y - 1 ,jr - .4 A YW Bl' , , h a FH SA . VARIED ACTIVITIES CROWD OUR SPRING DAYS WITH WORK AND PLAY NHS students observe democracy ln actnon Boy those cheerleader try outs are murder' I' og Bu I must say I really ont care for 1 at 5Iy e. JUNIORS PRESENTED THE 1960 PROM IN HONOR OF THE SENIORS We re wamng for the bug gest announcement of Yhe even g and here nf ns 'Lil ' L Kung and queen of the l96O prom George DeVr1es and Betty Ann Handley l The boys all agreed he gurls have never looked so beaunful QIC We could have danced all nughf but our chaperons were lnslsre T abou? our leavnng after one o clock A in ' ' Q ' ' Q, -4 l - pi -he ll lin .,,.,,,k I 1 'Z l li. l . -'Z 4 4 A S 7 1 , - v I . ' - If , .1 , D 1 , Q, 'fi . b xx NHS STUDENTS ACHIEVE FAME IN TEXAS AND THE UNITED STATES Becky Seward CTexas state president of TALAJ and Mrs. Stancil board an airplane for a fabulous trip to Washington, D.C., in et the Presidet of the United States mln: Mrs Stancil who s the handsome gentleman? The pause that refreshes came gust in time for these weary band members 9- Qz Q 'Y' 4:2 :iv Hifi T "5-as to e ' n ' 5 . +1 , - .5- . -, 4 ' ' rp 1 U -2 "Sig, . . ' la. 9 , T o . V " X , 1 .--I K 5 sk- ' . , r rf L. W ,- I . T l K M ' i . , 1 N' ' .181 , , ' n In , X 1 - . R 1 V Q v A, 2 1 N. ' - ' ' - f " . A ,if f Q A-. T 4- J? 2 '. K ' 'cr Q Q Q Q. K V ' Ms' me , , A Q5 1 sl - :VT on I 1 V :A of 0 ,, . f qt - 9 9 I 'ii . 9 , , 9 vi. E 1, 4' ' A 6 , v X W ' ' fi I 'P -I ' . , , , S' .U ' 3 les 2 vf'J .Y X 4 'XX' Y' , 'MQ 1 . f 1 3' . ms i A K: P 1 fgififl- 1 55 - 1 1 HW-3. V, f f ' , f., . ' H - 5 1 f ' ' f 9 L., f,f-f 25 -H , xx . , E , . .Qi , , , I , Q ,, , - gn J f a ,. 1 if W- 4? t ,rms g . u,:g..r.11'f' 'x t i .fmbfx-.m. E ji xx X K -A ' ' .' ,'... I ' t ' Y ' . ' " ,W A l - 5. A xih-H , . W , -Q-. uf - fm,-1 - 8 xv. dl, ,fx ,,, ,, H 'Q '35 -E . .. 'XY' my X CONCENTRATING POWERS EBB AS SUMMER DAYS BECOME EVIDENT 23,7-T' Z"".2.,': Wfiy, Sophomores found plenty of time for fun and parties as seniors toiled over studies for exams Seniors shed their dtgnity for froltc as they practiced for commence- ment exercises. Guest speaker a baccalaureate wa Rev. J. P. Owen of the First Bap tist Church. l65 SENIORS OF 1960 ASSEMBLE FOR THE LAST TIME AT THEIR GRADUATION Richard Murray and Pat Brink- ley led the march into the foot- ball stadium for the graduation ceremonies. Everyone knows this graduation business is serious. YN The seniors managed to look solemn during the graduation services, but this did not last long. DIPLOMAS AND GCOD-BYES END A WONDERFUL YEAR Highest ranking senior Richard Mur- ray gave a speech during the grad- ualion ceremony. A ,M A " 4 A group of senior girls sang The senior class song, "May You Always." iw The last senior party, and one of The best, was the all night graduation pariy. , 'D 33' 14, fi 'Rf :Us .. mg ga .1 Q fy, ,Q "5 iw. 1, . fiif , A-M: im, . 1" '-1, 4 , x -'Lib A nf I F 5 ,s .df q ' leg ' h X. - l X Si, 3. . A , . --.W .' ' W S:-k 5 ht N Q ., ,ff V -ty ..- nfs., Q, fl' 4. .aw -' ' f an . 1,9- ' r- Q 1 f ' 1 X , ,. A..- f, ,y up if 1-1 ,f . Win ,Q .Tn gi ,1 . Ma-.IG , Taj T-.. jfs' Q BULLDOGS CHALK UP SEVEN CONSECUTIVE DISTRICT WINS. .-Yi' 'F N L -J ll F' , P-, li- , .a l 'jf gl 1 "" 'Er' 5 ' FQ 'UI' W , ' l I in ,S ' 'R I , r on A xl' .- ! A I I YE- i "I 1 41- W ll J' 'g H it 4 X ',1, ' I A ww' -L . " -' X i V Q5 FIRST ROW: Phillip Willey, Norwood Richey, Fred Neely, David Minaldi, Billy Perkins, Harlan Nelson, Claude Stanley. SECO THlR ND ROW: Richard Sibley, Dickie Smith, Charlie Brown, Arfhur Hafnmonds, Dick Brand, Lloyd Salts, Jimmy Norwood, Conrad Newton. D ROW: Billy Pennington, Jack Skog, Dick Barlow, Jake David, Billy Sims, Alvin Price, Butch Smith, Jimmy Henson, Fred Melder. FOURTH ROW: Jimmy Simmons, Benny Epperson, Pai Brinkley, Bob English, Cecil Hamrnonds, Ronnie Vize, Ray Buffington, George De Vries. Eiwooo KEULER NEAL MORGAN Backfield Coach Guard C0'3Cl'l I70 riff?-1911114 I lv ff E. H. McKENZlE B SQUAD PROMISES STRENGTH FOR THE FUTURE Qs .J ann. .,. 4. 6- as 1' L FIRST ROW Roy Lwc Herbre Broussard Buford Dagger? Franlcre Kung Larry Ellrofr SECOND ROW Earl Rlchards Dale Cvruffrn Robert Albrmon Murphy Hmgle Fred Klrksey Sud Russell THIRD ROW Jackre Pool Bootsue DuPlanf Dan Hunt Don Brand James Overstreer FOURTH ROW Rrchard Ewrng Luke Guldry Max Kalfner Ray Hawklns Charles Myers .lrm Ferns v .1 I F jf' a.. U f -l -.ij ad Coach JOE SIBLEY BOWDEN COOK End Coach Tackle Coach I7I A loose ball is always fair game. NEDERLAND-25, ORANGEW6 The rampaging Nederland Bulldogs exploded for three touchdowns and a field goal to blast the Tigers 25-6 in the T959 debut for both teams. Orange tallied their only marker early in the final quarter after the Tigers recovered a Neder- land fumble on the Bulldog TO-yard line. The game ended with the Bulldogs again deep in Tiger territory, The Bengal defense halted the Bulldogs on the 29-yard stripe as the game ended. Brinkley and Hammonds blaze the trail for . my N- R IGAL TIGERS DICK BRAND, Center One-Year Senior Letterman lfww PAT BRINKLEY, Guard Two-Year Senior Lette-rm 'Ji r , sl LV vm . K f WL'5fw ' .. sq. ,wg V ss .V gg es." r rf- ' CHARLIE BROWN, Guard One-Year Senior Letterman .ff in s Fa 5 3, .,, ef f s. '12 if RAY BUFFINGTON, Tackle Two-Year Senior Letterman s 1, ' it z " ARTHUR H O e-Year J NEIGHBORI iz. J :FX m Q ' 4 v. X, 'K r 4, , f ' rj Ar' V A . - "-'fl , .: 1 -f f ' . , I 3 , -0 -5 fi' fi' q Q , V 5" Q-ff., f 551. 'K , - B X . bu egg rs 4 5' 5 B ns 's FRED One Q pl I 1,4 W MPH OVER WAC Q ai ' Q ff' ui x Q F Semi' I Ig' Nl? "0 1:1 . , Il fi! ig, 1 ' 6' . "P 1 fi I C " 'bei' 44' 4.-: , nf? Mi-fm ' """- ' - M -,VP ,, U. ,..x, .1 An alert Indian blocks Me-Ider's path. NEDERLAND-20, ISTROUMAWI 8 Nederland kept its unbeaten status intact by beating The Indians 20-I8. The Bulldogs struck early tor a I3-O getaway, then fought doggedly on defense to pull out The upset. The Indians made Two consecutive touchdowns of which both extra-point attempts tailed. Perkins dived over tor our last touchdown, and DeVries converted To wrap up Nederlands scor- ing. Eleven plays after a tumble recovery, the tribe IA CHAMPS JIMMY NORWOOD, End One-Year Senior Letterman fx in .-.v-F. was -13135 .A , In JIMMY PENNINGTON, Fullback One-Year Sophomore Letterman f:2u.,4vi1f'V - ' ir ! xx Y Q X . Yr, lx f rif-'j:"""', pfjpl X Q -i f if ..' Y -A -Q W SY nl 1 X F I an f ' x , g I 5..,a,,g,4 I , GREENIES BECOME THE FIFTH VI ' an W Q N ' X P E I xW! ls A A f ,J341 , pg' ' ' - , ' . Q- 'i...4 5 , 1,1 ,Q Y 1 it s E r- J, 1? S 4 1 , ,lst 7 K ,P .,-..- -1, - -..- -:-..-- 'Q I .x VX at C' . F' JI , qi 0 ,- ., f 5' ER ,ff-"-'fx 'Nl-4. I 9317. v xt' " . , ' A . ., i .,: V, "' mf, 74 'W-mg. . icnf J 'lyu . 4 ',l A 'x"7'7,f P' It ., l ,f ,Zh Wg 5 . g 1E,,Ef X nv. , .' ". J'- . 597 l -kln v f .ff , S' Q sw W.- RONNIE VIZE, Tackle Two-Year Senior Letterman P4 -i ff "'t N PHILLIP WILLEY, Halfback One-Year Senior Letterman w- ,v'i KA-al - .11-,45 ,,',5',. Y -4- 43 ff. 1 I KE DAVID Quarterback ne Year Sophomore Res, Letterman ns CHARLES LEWIS, End One-Year Junior Res. Letterman Frantic David Minaldi grabs a shirt and hangs on in an effort to stop a traveling Lufkin Panther. ERSKINE LEYSATH, Tackle One-Year Sophomore Res . Letterman NEDERLAND-23, LUFKlNfO The Nederland express churned past a sec- ond straight vvhistle-stop, leaving in its midst a brave but thoroughly convinced pack of Lufkin Panthers. Striking with the quickness of a cobra, the Bulldogs offset a Lufkin-predominated first quarter with a touchdown then continued to wear down the stunned Panthers to rack up victim No. 6. Perkins dashes around end for a yardage gain, -.--fl, BULLDOGS TERRORIZE Y ' 5 N I I ' - x ' -xxx xf fx W xx 5, 5. A Q :Vx ff X - 'y""-'nip 3 fa ,FN .f"' Ifback 79 BULLDOGS SINK fx f gf KX Q' J 'Y a ! as " A I ." .,.1'Q. rt ' . . 1 Y 5 ' y 3 V, ' 1 . Wf H X '- . 1- ':Q.i.,,' ,', '- -.,,f,-f-, 1.44, 1 V' 'W -'g 'f',?,kJ4f'-q,,f-.f,'1 , .:z1'1h",,' -3, . ' , ,... ,g .A-,,fM,.,,,.-. . ,.V, , ,I , 1,1 . rm.. X J- ff -4-Q" K. A-. .3 , "'-Sz, . W - 131 ,4.7'g5.vx,g.,',5, .YQ f- ,Ag-, .41 A 4, 1 ,,4,. . .- ,,l..L, 'URS-glil' ..v+f.1.3- -4 4 o ,VL . QNSOQ S BOW OUT OF DISTRICT 1 TAAA KX X W I xff I '1 ,. 1 O if 53" 1 OT :Q Q jf: 1'-'O 5 v, 4 ff-, Katt, -O 5 T '72 1 Q 1 gn be 24 'f :iT X :X A T9 "Mil FRED KIRKSEY, Fullback Junior, B Team WILEY KITCHENS, Guard Sophomore, B Team MIKE MORGAN, Quarterback Sophomore, B Team X mlm u S I If Z Q . I Q g E K he 62 I E 0 has 'Z :ir J S - OUR HEROES - IN VICTORY OR DEFEAT EARL RICHARD, End Sophomore, B Team g.,,fg.y,gI' rf.: DUDLEY HENDERSON, Tackle ' 1' J unior, B Team Coaches anxiously await outcome of play. LAMARQUE-20, NEDERLAND-I4 La Marque staggered Nederland with a three-touch- down barrage in the first half and then breathed its sec- ond wind in time to stave off a valiant Bulldog comeback The Tigers plyed their weight advantage to stop our Bulldogs, but their march off the field told everyone that they knew they had played a touch ball game-right down to the last seconds of the game when Billy Perkins and Fred Melder were still trying to pass the Bulldogs back into the game. fb-Q CHARLES MYERS, Tackle Sophomore, B Team E 'Pf X, gn ROY PAT LANE, Halfback Junior, B Team li., 3 N J 5 :sz ABOVE AND BEYOND Q if PAT BRINKLEY Honorable Mention All-State RAY BUFFINGTON FRED NEELY BILLY PERKlNb CONRAD NEWTON --9 i' GEORGE DEVRIES All-State, 2 f Honorable Mention All-State Outstanding RONNIE VIZE ,1- Honorable Mention All-State Outstanding Back Honorable Mention S All-American Lineman N FRED MELDER X o LLOYD SALTS Honorable Mention All-State CECIL HAMMONDS Ideal Athlete I83 TEAMMATES SELECT THREE SENIORS AS TRI CAPTAINS I' 5, 'mWNflk.,, ulldogs seWec1ed P11 Brnnkley George DeVrues and Fred Lee Melder as tru captams g 1 'fri' f' xi rw s V , b We Uv" fr fr 1 1 1 'is 1 , ' Y ' 5 if , 4 Four boys served as football managers for the 1959 season STANDING Nucky Reumers, Bubba Tyer BACK ROW Nullle Gras som, Ronme Sommer Mr Munn, fueldhouse cusfodnan, and Gary Wunans l 4 . I s b V. Y 'Q' . , F ,A -f, -Q.. Q A g3,:5f,A. E - ' "" .fT..g15 ..z -- . ' E b ' Ha." , X , . ' ' ' . gi' 1 . . V J ', TT' "lx 4: af - i 4 A A I 'L 1 ' , 5 f . a lk 3 fc' yi' ' 1 ' - X3-fig? -E ' A h X r R " fi f -, it 1 ,. .fff'3 , - ":a.LN 'f. , K I A ' x B C ' , ' , '- ' . A V n . . Q., ?g - . I Ls, f f 4, , ll , ' "x . I ' , ,- ' Q , ' ' l ,, E K h ' . f 5 ..', . v X x I 'E T x it , X , -f f +R Q - ' N 'ff' To , , V U 1 . X ' I4 HP -' , Av Q , f 4 ' m it .- ' - e. ' i' 'In t r -,' 1! I BULLDOGS PLACE SECOND IN DISTRICT BASKETBALL I 53? I gp - IQ: I EI' ib V Nw '5 1-f fa 'N U? I 1 A Q ,- I "'5i-YI ,HImp'II 1 3 I um ' , xmmng ,fa ,., fue' I 25 5 I 3 17 'v 35 X f Il- ' W r. A ' , Y L I U51 I q "Mia,- . I E--f. ' 114 it jig yi I I'l'X..-wb Irzf I 'I JST I III NJ ' W . STARTING LINEUP CONSISTS OF FOUR SENIORS AND ONE JUNIOR XX -Y A u 61. U7 INN L BILLY PERKINS, Guard FRED MELDER, Guard Two-year Senior Letterman Three-year Senior Letterman , G ff X , "' i i GEORGE Dsvmes, I All-Di fri F, XJ! W 5. . ,f G, K I I 'Q f FRED NEELY, Forward ' Two-year Senior Letterman .If V . Q' . f " .-.Wt ff? 1 ,...-74 A ' "?,,ggf, ' .Mm ,X 'f 4 Wx 1 f .. 15: Ni' VNL J A QYN 1 '- If .- x 6- I '1 G ff h th th f if U 3 Q 1 5 ig! .Z ji SENIORS GRISSOM AND SALTS ARE READY REINFORCEMENTS Q . Y e-year Senior Two4year Senior Letterman NHS B TEAM AFFORDS OR NEXT YEAR .x 9 rf- ? Q "1-vlf' !R YE, 3 ff' y f 'ibn- H 'q f ad 181 I ENTHUSIASTIC BOYS FORM THE NHS TENNIS TEAM r 4 it 'Tr Q' KW! i 'tm nf 'Na-'C 5 Yfv ,,f' +P 4, -.-L4-L un if wfigxf M M 3-++ JJ.. + 4+ -4 L Qi! lil HC TU-. .-' if . Pa ll!! 1' --fqasaeif' x-iaiai .ge ai? ff 1 'IIIII M lllll lllll mu '31 Q 'Q LLVLLLL I ,fb-V .LL L. an gs X1 D Floyd Harper Larry Winans Patty Spncer Jon Keester and Jerry Guynes MELVI N SERRES Tenms Coach QFERL, ETF HIGH 190 . , ' '.. . 'g F- -1' , pf ,XX X '-' 5 'B ! I' Q JM V7 .2-sv nw '-' 4 1 41 -4 ,, n , , , Q " ax' 1--is-. , I k . "'- .va on " vt -v-'C- 'I X . I I ,u N X . .V . X , w ' " f 4, K A 1 - ',j,.'. v , ' 4.4-4 --- 1 ' E 1 X ,, . y QQ . v,..,,...,. :T . , '. I 4 'rr r r -aff fa-aa-1 ra a-aa f . ' ., ,. . . ' ' A ' A Q .Q L-.1 r F3 ...'i?2f'ff,,',iif- f-i-W' A- A f ' ' E ., av.,-.+.,.A i,,.W.+,4. 'i , .4 , . rr L1 , - ,f I - f . ,W T g 5, V T A-L+ 4 +a15:f" ' v- - - 'T"fd'TA1f' ' Hpm T 5 NL L4-, rf' ' S, A-'ia--r - L. T ll 114, ' - 4 A ,. .' ... r .1 '1 ll V 1' ,q.a,- 4 L , iv! f ' 1 E . - 'E ' Y S..r5L,f , t . , ,rn-+v,'. . it X W Q I h Y' ily .,,.. .,, , ,.,,w,,.x. " , . 'Z' ' , N I' ' ' 1-4 .,, , L , QA 'Ps' q , 4 W 4+ - , -7-- ' ,y y L A T . ' A., I . ,L V I LA 7 K , . . X . . . wyf .,.1 .. . N V! ?1 ' 'gl A 4, .A . .. , , ,A . , 4 u ' I 4 's . . - , . . V I ll gg ', A s , .W 1 , L , , p 1 A Y Y l L . . .A 5. .1 A .' .. A , . , 1 I ,I rlxrtl l K V b hzzh ,H 47, ,, l 1 - if ll .mg V 5 , , , '-v, 1 v- , , . r "' x A ' ,'T' ' " 4 . '-. X Y , ,g"" ' ' 1 .M H ' - ' M- 1 , IQ . . . 4? 'N . . T ,.v".f -L ' . , , I, - ' Q " -N I Q X' ' L , . 'T i,j..'..V----..- .. -. . .--. ...x -- -L-'g,'1T,.41:.f:..,. I ' 1 l 1 , . Q 1 . fav? BULLDOGS RANK THIRD IN DISTRICT MEET v x C1 F3 if tr -'-- ill gl ,,,,,, ?e,,,,w+,sai.,,,,.,Qs Q S, xg E Q9 N-ff Snr W EN l Ar, FIRST ROW Harlan Nelson, Claud Stanley, Billy Perkins, Herbie Broussard, Frankie King, Phillp Willey, Robert Albrtton Larry Elliott Mke Gr fhth SECOND ROW Jake David, Gary Bradshaw, Jack Pool, Otis Sheppard, Mackie Brown, Bootsie Duplant, Bubba Tyer Luke Guiclry James Overstreet THIRD ROW Ray Buffington, Jimmy Henson, Jack Skog, Jimmy Pennington, Ronnie Vize, Erskine Leysath Dudley Henderson Bob English Nullie Grissom and Dick Barlow. DISTRICT SAAA TRACK MEET SHOT-PUT-Third Place, Ronnie Vize, Fourth Place, Ray Buf- fington, Sixth Place, Macky Brown. BROAD JUMP-First Place, Phillip Willey, Fourth Place, Otis Shep- pard. DISCUS-Third Place, Ray Bud- dington, Fifth Place, Ronnie Vize. POLE VAULT-Seconcl Place, Nul- ley Grissom, Third Place, Billy Perkins, Fourth Place, Jack Pool. HIGH HURDLES-Second Place, James Overstreet. LOW HURDLES-First Place, Phil- lip Willey, Sixth Place, Robert Albritton. 440-YARD DASH-Fifth Place, Jake David. 440-YARD RELAY-Second Place, Harlan Nelson, Bubba Tyer Otis Sheppard, Phillip Willey. 220-YARD DASH-Sixth Place, Otis Sheppard. MILE RUN-Fourth Place, Bootsie Duplant. I NEDERLAND HOST SECOND INVITATIONAL TRACK MEET ' fa- ' M- - S ? . ' " . N f 'ft is ' - L no W 'onli .4 -H--. ,JIU jm ' qw: .4 f """f'--w ,Q i - is if XS gf D 7 '4"1'D:fQ'- ., 9 1-1' M- , ij ,Lf ,. . . N f 5' mailman- , - , l mf Jw. , M S- 1 it 13111-" ' it b , , '15-f, - ' fi 'fn-Q.: , . 1' ,921 NA L. V 3- af Tang: -'1 3 mb N: ' ' . - A 57: 'L L. ' "f "ff 1 A ' iw. V-K4 , .- .. .j':- ' ' - 9 . -as .MN A--:f'Z:'-,g3evi- Hsiazjg fi gf. 4 ,mv 'f-an t' L 74 "ff-Fill? . fill iP?ffLz'?lQ -QQ t 2 'lf-i. flfl' fir' ii-Q' ers. 1-' -' -.V ' L -- r -ef..--Ms-H fgx,-.,f-:Lag JAKE DAVID BOOTSIE DUPLANT NULLIE GRISSOM 440-Dash, Mile Relay One-year Sophomore Letterman au.,--4 I ,-. RAY BUFFINGTON Shot-Put, Discus One-year Senior Letterman MACKIE BROWN Shot-Put One-year Senior Letterman Mile Run One-year Junior Letterman HARLAN NELSON 440-Relay, 100-yard Dash One-year Junior Letterman Pole Vault, High Jump Two-year Senior Letterman , fi ' . vl 1-W 1 vig .1431 EL 2. .-:S 15 'N W' - .mfg . 9.1 --'-:.,- ,,-' 5 ' 4 W 5 'Y . L L ,fi 'X ROBERT ALBRITTON i y 180-yard Low Hurdles ' V' Mile Relay . , k One-year Sophomore t 7 Letterman N,- uf 9 Hr "' ' x X x X, x x sowoEN COOK . L I Track Coach ll TRACK PROVES POPULAR SPRING SPORT BILLY PERKINS JACK POOL Pole Vault Pole Vault, 880-yard Dash Two-year Senior Letterman One-year Sophomore ... -5. ' A ' den 4 ' T ,,, JAMES OVERSTREET in it W High Jump, 120-yard 5. . 5 High Hurdles, f f-- . , . Mile Relay .i i??V55 llwv-L-2? ' " One-year Sophomore K X , , x' , Letterman M ,1 if .ii ,. "1,,x,', .. 5 " L-1 i f 1 ' Q. , ' NEAL MORGAN Track Coach . i ' 3 ,, -1. I 5 l l l OTIS SHEPPARD Broad Jump, 440-Relay, 220-yard Dash One-year Sophomore Letterman BUBBA TYER 440-Relay I00-yard Dash One-year Sophomore Letterman RONNIE VIZE Shot-Put, Discus Two-year Senior Letterman , :fs . .- off- A ,li L :gt .. ' 4'-2 , HS - V 'iii PHILLIP WILLEY Q f F?"'f Broad Jump, 180-yard K 7 Low Hurdles V A ' ,V .x w9f"?? Two-year Senior V Letterman x K "":- x 'L .. ,N , ,- .f .2 rx . , .,.11.,, 5-A , -, sl 1 15 ,LL levee ., si A K .G-5'..f - a. . 51135:-iii 4' -'F' If vfi-. PHILLIP WILLEY GRABS TWO FIRSTS IN DISTRICT COMPETITION ,gy pul- g was ini: 'V+ Nullue Grissom receuves congratulations and a ribbon from school board president M E T Smlth for his accomplishments In The pole vault F5 :li x' X '87 Z v' nk-Q Jake Davud hands off To James Oversrreet un the mule relay In 4 'PX-s I I Q- I we ,. 'H 1 c' I ' . . '4 I' f - F I , 'N-if . 5 ,T - ' ' , 'F' E . 1552, F . Tr. f' s xx fsgf.. A 0 J' ,nga ,srl Q . . , 44 -." ,, , --.1 .T I 1. , .v .Vg ,vriww rg, In 4 'lr lic . I ' ' x N . ' U' ffm- M Q ll I x ffisf 1' . ..,1ya3E' 35 'U i 4' ' 1 Q ' ,iii 2:61 , ' c ffl, , "', ' I f I ,.. ,Ii . . , . . , 1 S , , I if I j ' ' . - ' . Q I-so 23- -gc , '33 ' T Q 'I X 9 ' - I I -fe J x , I I I , ' ' if 3' f I I - 'I t 11' A 1,7 aj xl I I 'P 47' ' 5 'f l ' -X ' ,. fl? fy. . .l-I . 5 li, 4 2 U M- ' " I f' - -'O ' 1 ' - .,, ,, l '. gi, - , .. , . I 1 ' f 4 ! L I, I I ' .I L! -ekx it , 7 1 Q? - ' 'XA A . ' W 1 J 1 ' J ' , ' ., s s free. ' P I94 BULLDOGS PLACE THIRD IN STATE TOURNAMENT MM FIRST ROW: D. Brand, D. Smith, E. Richards, M. Johnson, B. Blankenship, B. Daggett, L. Guidry, N. Reimers. SECOND ROW: J. Simmons, F. Neely, C. Newton, D. Minaldi, L, Salts, M. Brown, J. Metcalfe, R. Albritton, L. Elliott, L. Mills, S. Harville. THIRD ROW: Coach Boring, G. DeVries, D. Barlow, J. Skog B. Sims, G. Keester, J, David, J. Overstreet, J. Allen, J. Pool, J. Norwood, E. Ripley, D, Huckaby Coach Marks. ..-l"f' .-"" 1 1960 DISTRICT AND PLAY-OFF GAMES April 25-Nederland April 28-Nederland " lj.. May 2-Nederland 'I May 5-Nederland May 9-Nederland May I2-Nederland May 17-Nederland May 20-Nederland May 28-Nederland MGY 30-Nederland May 30-Nederland fd A JUFIB 2-Nederland 5, June 3-Nederland 49' A Baseball Coaches BOBBY MARKS JOE BORING Silsbee ...... .. French .. Vidor ..... Silsbee . French. . Vidor .... Bay City .... Bay City .... Killeen Killeen . Killeen .... Snyder .... Kilgore ...... a I' 1 ,. 'xiii A I ROBERT ALBRITTON Outfield Pitcher Infield One-year Sophomore One-year Senior Two-year Junior Letterman Letterman Letterman S X ff f ' .. iq X Q L GEORGE DEVRIES Catcher NEELY PITCHES TO SIXTEEN VICTORIES ,A O - 1. A ii' sy-3 f - Barlow demonstrates batting technique in is Minaldi creates his own dust storm Four-year Senior Letterman i .4-'X , 9 4.3.1 -lg ? N DICK BARLOW LANDS BERTH ON ALL-STATE DREAM TEAM DAVID MINALDI FRED NEELY Ourfreld Pitc er Por? Neches Groves game Three year Sensor - -year Senior Letterman Letterman A ' " ,666 f 1 'MIJL 77 f' i 1 A W EARL EHARD C h atc er One-year Sophomore Lerferman NINE SENIORS PLAY FINAL HIGH SCHCOL SEASON 1- ' - 'W' 'Y -www -- ' P , ..' ' , ,, , ,Q L, , x. N ,. ,sta , .-Q.. 'hmm :,,, W k . - ' A-W, , I 01. .., ' . p..g' if f --I ' M at A-at ., . go-',43g:U .'f-,, 7-, Inn: ' Y ig,- ' f , .Q AM, 'eg , ' t V. I - . 7 r ' ..,. 'NPG .' " A - , , , , lvl! . ., - - -- f '54, tfvsf-fwf'f.,. 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'6 Bs a 6' 'Mil ll " 0 e I After graduatlon you ll iind new goals to ach1eve 1ncreas mgly mterestlng though some tlmes dlflicult And whatever your goal 1n med1c1ne law or bus1ness youll find Amer1ca s free enterpr1se system offers ever growmg opportumtres and rewards for successful accom pllshment To make your job easxer you ll find Reddy Kllowatt elec tnc power an able helper partner workmg for Better LIV mg for Amerlca N o 'AERA GULF STATES ununzs GQ! l C sei 0 i O l O e- e -r e f i 9 .. 'ff' - LA ' FS . , ffl 9 , - - ' --a K 1 . .- 3 . . 932 ff 6 C c f 4 il 1 1 ix CompIumen+s GOODWIN S FABRICS II48 BOSTON H B MURRAY PLUMBING C0 Phone RA2-448 I RA2 8940 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Q-ilfv Q X HEI9 IK N6 FOR THREE A OOOO WORD THEME Congra+uIa+lons CIass of 60 BEAN S MINIMAX N d NEDERLAND TEXAS Comphmenfs ELGIE MARIE SHOP C I I20 BOSTON BASCO-MCALISTER LUMBER CO. Porf Arfhur Hwy. NEDERLAND, TEXAS HOME SWEET SHOP Nederland, Texas WEIGMANN'S BEAUTY SHOP Nederland. Texas W 7 . . I I C I of l . EI A ' I? V CI IV Cff I I I 3' CP I IQ! Q 1 X I Q D f- Q . F I in or J, - L I - I ' - ' V ' of S+yIe enfer of 2I I6 e erland Ave. Mu + I coun y WELDON DAVIS FUNERAL HOME We Serve Those Who Care CADILLAC AMBULANCE SERVICE Home of I'I1e M1d Counfy Burial Assocuahon NEDERLAND TEXAS MRS WELDON DAVIS Lady Affendani' 632623 Dial RA 2-83II I N X LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS QQYY ff',Xj BOEHMS BEAUTY SHOP x 57 "f" Aff 2' ENTZANCE eww 'WAY jk IAJ G' 'Q I 88 Hill Terrace DFIVG 6CMETlME5 ITH mc THE ,vvrn-4 SECT H ON OF 9 5' A L TTLE TOO ROUGH T-Em' RA 2 3344 CONGRATULATIONS Seniors NEDERLAND PHARMACY "Where Savings and Safety Meet" PHONE 830: NEDERLAND. TEXAS pn 4 F 3'5- , 8 M fu A mx QlQ?fixCAUiXi gg :SX f Q T es: If av ef R A A 2 , O I 'em .X f' RY' e - X ' . A xr R bf! A A A '5 AZ K' X V f Q kjfm Xw I as . Xl V , Q ' cf 5 l I I ' I ' -NTI 1 152222 feta! fr 152 I ' o Compliments of JEFFERSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC Indus'rrlaI PIanI' Cons+ruc+lon and Malnfenance I325 Sfadlum Road PORT ARTHUR TEXAS Phone YUIcon 3 4I3I 20I Furs? Nahonal Bank Bldg PASADENA TEXAS Phone GReenwoocI 2 0985 f a Lay ACIIIVO people go for Coke' of? Enjoy Com-Cola I III nght now' PM waz: I 1 Compllmenfs PORT ARTHUR FURNITURE COMPANY 3IOO I6+h S+ I PT ARTHUR TEXAS lododundaostuhydioCaco-CdlCon9oqhy , U I I Q 'Z' ' ff1:z.?2?1:sTw ' 5 . '.':f.Q-.g-r'4 Q -4 ' ' 1 of Q ' 0 1 1 1 1 1 ,,,,,, 'L ':. .1 2 ':. L11 I o 'fjj"',, df 0 Ag HIHXA I Q I, I I I I I II I Yd'onlalunsvun-uv-um ' ' D. P. Whea+, Parfner-Manager TRANSIT MIX CONCRETE 81 FOUNDATION CO. PIan+ No I General Of'f'ce 'I' No 2255 Lousana I250 Easf Floruda Phone 5 343I Phone 4 8603 P O BOX SI87 BEAUMONT TEXAS HACKLEY INCORPORATED if theres e and Heahng Ph rm 349I SEAPQRT N d d I N' NEDERLAND TEXAS Alr Condlhonlng LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS X ' QD NEDERLAND HOME SUPPLY M Q KG? Nm WEEE '2'v8'3'imm 60175 095 'meow my-smwv Your FRIGIDAIRE Dealer 4541.5 3 I KA JLI61' WANTED YOU TO KNOW YOU KE OF HAVING CI-IEATED ON MY LAST TEST . - I Plan . 2- I I ' I I I:---.s--5 ' , ,' xii 4 . . . . 3 I . '1 4' . .' 4, I 1. 1 v . 1 'Q f X. one - I8I6 e erIan Avenue ,., - I IU N ,Lau iff' I 9- I I ' 3' 1 - ff of fa I 25 K waz: .Y A I I! rex Q In L' V - ri f I 5 I I N I 'iitfs ,fr f LQ - 5527 Z-5 Y A 7'I5fg I ' 4' , 3-.e Y " If v N f-I F+xu!:' AIALWAYP I I - - 5 I nm ,lv 9 5 T rams pam -meg mv CLAO5 A-Suv useful? ww JEOVMZOIZE wu 6 oe Avena-sf ,,.,?-1 5,7 '3 I 7636 lnluAAl AAPH !u lmalvn Il' N A A F, I WALLINGS JERSEY FARM A onus ffihwged KW . 4, 'Ii ' . L3 V 'U0lfl.:t. ,.. . rn url: 4 '96 ' A My I nA!! .. Q ' . ff' 9 nhpllllllihv 111145 'lw NO wma N ' ADMIRAL Sales and Service MIDCOUNTY FURNITURE 81 APPLIANCE CO Radlo and Televlslon Repairs 822 Nederland Avenue Phone 8223 NEDERLAND TEXAS Congra+ula+ions Seniors JIFFY FOOD STORE Corner Nederland A e and Twm Cu+y Hugh ay Phone RA2 8909 V GODWIN Prop LA OUEY LUMBER COMPANY Homes 'For 'rhe Dlscrlmmahng 2425 Siadaum Road PORT ARTHUR TEXAS Complrmenfs of YOUMANS BUILDING SUPPLY New Beaumonf Hlghway Nederland Ra2 2345 US MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN P LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS I so 'PD Q f A Zi fyiw 55" fl CJ kc! times X 5,7454 sf OT MY CHALK UZAWEZ THAT6 WHERE I KEEP MY TE9T PAPE26 RAYFORD TEXACO 247 Twm Clfy Highway RA2 8043 RAYFORD R L BROWN Owner and Operafor WHEN U BUY U SAVE Shoes "' Bags "' Hos ery SHOE CENTER INC Famous Brand Shoes 366 PEARL BEAUMONT TEXAS P+ h I V . O 0 I I . . I w . , . 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B2 l 1' S 'nf-21 .:ff. - ' 'ni 'Q IG" """"" NA I I We i f e Hard-+o-FH ' K .-'ll WATT S STUDIO Pl1o+ograpl1s BLUE BONNET MATTRESS COMPANY Mfg of Texas Prude MaH'resses THOMAS AND HOUSTON PORT ARTHUR TEXAS BEAUMONT TYPEWRITER 81 SU PPLY Royal Typewrllers Office Equlpmenl' and Supplies 864 Orleans Slreel' BEAUMONT TEXAS Phone TE 3 8683 REBUILDING PAPER REPAIRS RIBBONS Compllmenfs CRESWELL S MAYTAG APPLIANCES Dua 4I l2 II23 BOSTON NEDERLAND HANKS INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE We Finance All Types of Real Es+a+e l904 NEDERLAND AVENUE RA 2 8366 TOWN AND COUNTRY BEAUTY SALON 3I5 I2+h Phone RA2 49I l I Phone YU-3-277' EXPERT CARBON of " ' I - ' I Compliments of C DOORNBOS FAMILIES LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS ff Z DEAN . S ff 3--'v:.Qp-n- 9 I unoerz-anno TH DEAN HAD HIM eu-SPENDED Foewe REST ov TH TERM Alr Condlhoned CROPO S BARBER SHOP CARLN CROPO LEBLANC N d RA 2 890I NEDERLAND TEXAS Closed Mondays TEXAS STATE OPTICAL PRECISIIJN VISIIIN suncfusss , f 'N T I I N 1'-U Y I A Qfggg I h THE I720 e erland Ave. Q Q I Phone - Y ' . I A I I CI I :I X V ,J .fi ' I 'f 'f',f-0""""' -Mn... .',.-H -f-frf' . . I ' 'Il WO 2 3591 3510 Atl ntc Rd Groves PHOENIX FURNITURE COMPANY uallfy Furnnure for Less Money SHOP PHOENIX AND SAVE TE 3 9431 P BEAUMONT TEXAS HOFFER S SPORTSWEAR P BOB DERISES BARBER SHOP LAYTON S FOOD SERVICE W A I II00 828 I"IeIena Avenue Phone Ra 2 8064 Compllmenfs +I1e PT ARTHUR LUMBERMEN S ASSOCIATION CROCKER MOTORS Sales and Service AuI'I1orlzecI DE SOTO PLYMOUTH VALIANT DEALER 3503 NederIand Avenue Phone 8336 y Q , Phone - 702 earl a I . .- 474 earl Beaumonf, Texas Nederland, Texas I Open Seven Days a eek , From 6:30 .M. o : P.M. of NECHES TITLE COMPANY I TH'Ie Insurance Q Abs+rac+s 550 Fiffh Sfreef PT. ARTHUR, TEXAS YU 5234I H I LL CHEVROLET COMPANY I308 P+. Neches Ave. YOU LL FIND MORE OF WHAT YOU WANT FOR SCHOOL Your Qualify Dep'r S+ore of Por+ AF+I1UT Terms 'ro Sud Your Convemence 368 Fanmn 2 8942 BEAUMONT TEXAS LITTLE MAN ON CAMPU S f I IIKWQ Rf i HE NOT ONLY TU 'XPECT6 YA TO TAKE NOTE6 ON EZHWEYING HE GIVE5 A LOU6Y R HUT HE SAYS' Besi' Wishes +0 e Senior Class of 60 TOM 8: SKEETERS CAFETERIA I4I5 Nederland Ave NEDERLAND RA2 3537 Babies O Aeraal O Color Por+ral+s O Wedd ngs I Commercial For Appomfmenf Call 0106 YUIron 5 80I I RICE STUDIO Professlonal Phofography 'lon 0? 20I9 Proc+er S'I'ree+ PORT ARTHUR TEXAS I a+ , f ' , TE - , , I 1 I Th f L! X ' X I 1 K' 1 ' .Q f . , I .- ' X .- I X - . X f , ,,, OI' S MI g , . . 'f'7A . i . , I gif' R404- I I . 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F 2 : ' .. - - fifii' : , .....nul"' R Q . 0 sun... .... ........ . i Complimenfs of GRIFFIN'S MEN'S WEAR Nederland Texas BROWN'S SERVICE Sinclair Produc+s Goodyear Tires and BaI'I'eries Accessories and Brake Service DIAL 8080 NEDERLAND GARDNER S GROCERY Service WIII1 a Smile Phone 483I NEDERLAND TEXAS JIM S CHARCOAL STEAKS AND FINE SEAFOOD Dining Room for PrIvaI'e Parhes CATERING SERVICE e E 83I CI 0 9 JIM VRATIS c 96 Complimenfs of PILOT CAFE 200 I7+I1 S+ree+ AND MRS T W BAKER M C CLEANERS The Home of Fine Cleaning 2825 P oder SI' 24 3 PT ARTHUR TEXAS LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS W LIDENT NEWS PAPER CEI il I 3 I :Fr 3 fizsoirorz Tlgfacum Aw 501 f X II Ifffwg .i Ne, DEAN IQTTX I4 6 2? ,ITV W I Ku Iugenausu Pm: QNQWH JH SV IT? f-il TIM Pmfeeffoze I I fizdmmw IGEPER I I Il - . o ll . . I Phon T 2.3 II+I1 SI'ree'I an C Ileg a+ 'II1e Cir Ie B umon'I', Texas SJ . I I XX J AGGGEN 1 7- ' ' I ,N-I : wx Tv XI I FNZZWTII TI H' I 1 II I , S II MR. . . . ,JR. I E a 315 t l ns, we -. I X 355:51 F' Q X XS-fl:,,,, X . I f , I ,, V Il? ' Qi y , ' I 4 ZFIIQIIIX i X ig. IIIIIISIIIIIHQ X - rf, I I, IIII A II . - u' C 31 , 3 r . I r Tl' 2. I Q of V! 1 '--"' CRI- A Yu-II 'gift IE! '-4 QI , . ' , A 1, i- - LH., .f 'g:'r 5-g Gmgou M mmm I lllllllyllll B015-U-6,0-'ll coommc REFRIGERATION WATER HEATING HEATING Amcowomomlws I CLOTHES DRYING INCINERATION SOUTHERN UNION GAS COMPANY X. O 'V' 1 -qme:.:,2, , I . Z l I I I U nl, 'V' :X o . Q s V xxx Ol Q I IH I , I A 5 Axxl fx ' All ft- W - 'I umm' W -+111--Q , - - -' ' - - ---- --wx. -- 1. ,k.:.., .,, F .A V ,-., I -. n:f.:.--.1- f ' "' O .. .. I L ? , I ML-Mb max Y-:w.,,,, x'Zf'3-Y' , ,n 4 . . I u I U F LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS STURROCK 81 FANCHER REALTY CO if NEDERLAND TEXAS R 2 3I CompIimenI's JOES PIE SHOP 556 N Avo T om To zzeuuz TEALH N6 A-ae ewmeme ALL Fbcuuv MEM9Ez9 me exPEc1ED TO 9PoN9of2 A owe BEAUMONT PT ARTHUR SANITARY MATTRESS CO I S Old MaHresses Made New N U by Modern Proccess 2l5 I2+I1 S+ree+ Nederland lm-,ersprmg SpeC,al,S+S Ph YU 2 5I3I K P N G PT. Nec:-:Es NEDERLAND Gnoves Il50 on Your Dial MIDCOUNTY RADIO Buying-Selling Financing or Building is H I, mgf if ,ax ' ,QQ ' 1 I V 4 I XR I iii ' A+ I702 Nederlend Avenue X- PI'1one a -65 A 5' fu LPFSYUDENTS of , " N ' I -- - -ii A ,P A P F 9 -fe -.I I 1 I 1 f all one - '.s:'R'?w elf golba 555655 J +V? Compllmen+s of BAKER-WILLIFORD PHARMACY Dial Ra 2-364I I206 Nederland Avenue IPV9 14 X ? ' C Mldcounfys Leadmg Deparfmenl' S+ore Nederland Texas I202 Bosfon Ave Dual RA 2 453l FASHIONS IN CARPET 3077 Calder A enue af l4+h Phone TE 8 5253 BEAUMONT TEXAS Complumenfs FIRST NATIONAL BANK PORT NECHES The Dependable Bank ESI' l920 Member F D I C Drrve In Wmdow Phone RA2 43I I I025 P+ Neches Ave PT NECHES TEXAS FING-ERS OF BEAUMONT Sevenih and Freeway Phone Te 8 474I COWLES TOY CENTER Nederland s Excluslve Toy S+ore l9l6 Nederland Avenue Phone Ra 2 22l2 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS ofllfm fx Z- -"X ff RIC? You CAN T TAKE HH-IGH A9 FULPILLMENT OF Yourz Fozsuew LANGUAGE zwunzsmem' . , , .F o 9 O OF . V . . ' A ll T ew 'I , Ti 9- "Beaumon'r's Lowes'r Prices" -" N E . I ' SL - 5- f - T ' f , I E ol fff , - I do V - ye 0 la - I 56 My-4 .ET-ii SPERI KY S DRESS SHOP II26 BosI'on Ave NEDERLAND TEXAS Shop Wl+h Confidence WORTH S BEAUMONT PORT ARTHUR es+ Wishes +o 'rhe Seniors JOE S GROCERY 2204 Helena Nederland Joe and La Verne III7 Bosfon Ph 2I5 NEDERLAND TEXAS of 1960 CREST CLEANERS I2 I 7 Nederland Avenue NEDERLAND TEXAS Ra2 442 I Com pllmenis of CALDWELL S Home of Necchu and Elna Sewung Machmes 1235 BOSTON AVE DIAL 4522 CompIlmen+s of MODERN BARBER SHOP L G LASITER JACK FORTENBERRY DAVID MILLER I B O 0 - 1 a+ I EE Congrafulafions, Seniors . 2 ' I Bes+ Wishes +o Ihe Seniors of I960 From JACKIE F JAMES Your Frlendly Photographer ALEXANDER SHOE SHOP Beaumonf Texas THE BULLDOG GRILL LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS in x if vb X X k Congrafulahons Sensors' PAC SAC DRIVE IN GROCERY Corner of Nederland Avenue and 25+h Sfreefs O THOMAS H SAWYER I 'T oczo Me eeom' QOMEONXY ewes Ts- AZEN evemc No O Me TOOAV . 1 , 222 A gi I if ' 1 W 'X 1 I ' e 77 it- I W , X L - W Q K I X if I I A H I I A Lu, S, CompIimen+s X If X fx - IL of :A L AIX . f' 4 I I I I If I f I 'M' I I X II ' c l o . f I 1 K A ,A R N ? , - - - I - FN IQ ' I ' X X ' Ibiww 15 I EZM S. 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Bes+ Wnshes +o +I1e Senior Class of I'-760 From H W SETZER FEED 81 SUPPLY COMPANY HARDWARE HOUSEWARES GIFTS SPORTING GOODS FISHING TACKLE FEEDS FERTILIZERS Nederland Texas I IOI BOSTON RA 2 4633 Where you will find more of what you need Fon YOUR LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS fl CALL G5 SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO XXL X-mx my WX Qi ' ii ni 2f'WsyyfP54T I ,Q ,,, :QE 'sr RA 2 8877 al? rf--1 x Congralulahons Q' TH 6 TEST Gradualmg Class of l960 BME H0 JM LMT W PH I LPOTT MOTORS Your Friendly Lf xi W Ford Dealer Wow CAN You we me AN F o n-1 6 mesa wuz You Aamir You COULDN even READ IT PORT NECHES TEXAS SOUTHWESTS MOST MODERN SCHOOLS OF ADULT EDUCATION DURHAM Business Colleges Home of lhe Famous Speedwrlhng Shorlhand Course BEAUMONT TEXAS Besi W'Sl'e5 Compllmenls of HUTTO'S BARBER SHOP 2909 Nederland Avenue W T HUTTO, Owner fo l'l1e Class of 60 T F HAMMOCK General Contractor Builder of BeH'er Homes and Businesses Sewing Needs f Cleaning E uipmenl 1 !, Floor Polislwers 1 NV T ' , Sewinq Machine Service Ci I Y .M 'wm,,. ll L QVLAWS- . 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Nederland High School - Pilot Yearbook (Nederland, TX) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

1962

Nederland High School - Pilot Yearbook (Nederland, TX) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

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