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Published by thc Sludefzls
,Nzlfau High Salma!
Although these persons pictured have contri-
buted the maior part of the editing of the an-
nual there are many others whose work has been
To Barbara Chessher goes all credit For the art
work of the division pages. Mrs. Kathryn Car-
away assisted in much detail work of the ele-
mentary school. And again, as always the
business men of Nixon have supported the main
To everyone. . .student, parent, Facultymember
and Friend. . .we trust that each can find some
element in the book which will be pleasing to
Staff members Betty Jean Pruett and Patricia Kennedy have thought of
something amusing, while Colleen Sewell is still looking in the file for
a certain picture.
Student Photographers to the lastl
Jeffery Reese, Donnie Setliff and
Glenn Harold Neuse. l' cop
Far reaching deci-
sions must be made
and plans For new
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Nixon, Davis, Wake, Millington, Gibson and T.F. Ho-
well discuss matters with Supt. James E. Box.
Wi stful Wonde ri ng I
Margaret Kennedy takes delight The new Trophy case given by
in reading the inscriptions. the Senior Classes of i956,57
and 58 is admired.
In the meantime
. . .the ordinary
tasks of. . .repair-
ing screen doors at H. E. Cottage. . .and looking for lost things must go on.
At football banquet team members check last minutes preparations.
George Blanch and a line coach from Texas U. are guests for the affair.
An effigy in the
hall of N.l'l.S. ?
Leaders and sponsor Weinert
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find a happy solution during
a pep squad session.
And the snow camel
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akove, but we are not out for
beauty.. .we are out for fun!
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Topic for Discussion: "Teen-Agers"
Sammy Martin, President of the FFA presided as the
eighth grade students queried the panel of adults.
Florence Ruth Howell, Gloria Rioias and Linda Trant
are seated while standing are Glenn Ross, Lester
Haines and Mike Mahan.
At the May meeting of the PTA these officers were :lf
installed: Mmes. D. Deason, President, Charles Mer- M
ritt, Vice President, Sam Hunter, Cor. Secretary,
Bill Wagener, Treasurerp Ralph Billings, Parliamen-
tarian, and Allen Faulkner, Rec. Secretary.
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in February at which both the A and B groups ap- Q
pea red . '
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generous with copies
M- ---M -M of the programs. '
Panels of advisors included Mr
Trant, Mmes. Nance, Lozo fstand
ingl, and Mmes, J.A. Howell, Jr.
and Hogg who are seated.
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Loading the instruments for
an out-of-town Football
Director Herd rehearses for
that spring concert.
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Homemakers Barrett, Pruett, Trant, Ag. boys waiting tables at FHA din-
Crisp, Wake, Glascoand Brzozowslci ner envy Terry Talley as he Finds
receive certificates For deg rees time to have a cool drink.
Style show models DuMond, Wake, Montgomery, Sewell, L. Hewell and
Kennedy and Mahan sport types of Chessher revive the roaring twenties
modern dress. styles.
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Sweetheart Colleen Sewell receives
crown as Bishop W. Davis proclaims
her Queen For 1958-59.
Waitresses for Father-Son banquet
are L. Trant, F. Hewell, Lozo, Bil-
lings, Benavides and Neuse.
Sminr 671155 Plays
Wanda Pullin is
M . C . for the
Johnnie Brassell presents
Mrs. Wheatwith a beau-
tiful pot plant from the
"CURF EW FOR CHARLIE"
Three one-act plays were presented at the Nixon
Theater on March 27th. This was necessary because
the school auditorium had been partitioned and was
being used temporarily as class rooms.
The seniors adapted themselves quickly, so without
curtains or off stage space and an improvised stage
with no special lighting effects the plays were given.
"It's blackmail," says Gary
fGlennJ, as Linda accuses
This story concerneda teen-age boy whose dad imposed
a midnight curfew on him. The ruse to escape the con-
sequences worked very well with the help of several
classmates. Charlie, played by Ellwood Ernstand Suzi,
played by Alice Faulkner were introduced and planned
to attend the big Prom.
Molly and Lanelle pause between classes. Bobby and Wanda have a brief tiff and Sharon
tries to console Alice when she gets lost on her first day in "Parker High". Teacher Mc-
Kinney delegates a duty to "curfew" Charlie.
"ROYAL GORGE" was the second one-act play
Pictured are Mr. and Mrs. First played by Jose-
phine Mclfinney and Bobby Lozo.
"Come on, Wilburl We're
first this time. . .
The hold-up scene in which
Silvestro Med i na demands
money and personal effects.
Victims Johnny Respondek,
Judy St. Clair, Gloria Steu-
bing and Leon Riggs are quick
"Pop" Respondek talks matter over with daughter, Judy
and her finance, Johnnie George Brassell.
The story ends happilywhen the bandit is captured and
the large reward sends the honeymooners on their way.
"THE COKE SHOP"
In this play a high school student has an op-
portunity to cheat on an examination which
apparently would have given him a scholar-
ship. His refusal to do so not only gave him
the coveted award but the friendship of his
Molly and Jimmy talk mat-
ters over with Prof. Lozo.
erl leaves the shopafter dis-
cussing the matter with pro-
prietor Donnie Setliff and
Charles Cowey and girl
friend Joyce Pierpont re-
view the situation with
Lanelle Davenport la teach-
Jimmy debates the tempta-
Z fi A. Mather-Daughter Banque!
The members of the local FHA Chapter honored their
mothers with a dinner given at the Lions Club. Dr.
Onah Jacks of SWTSTC was the speaker for the even-
Following the repast the winner of the Miss Future
Homemaker Contest was revealed as Carolyn Asher
of the Junior Class who was crowned Queen.
For entertainment of the courta style show staging the
"new look" in contrast to the styles of the roaring '
twenties was indeed aspectacular and engaging show. Mrs, Nancy, FHA Sponsor, and
Pictures of these models may be Found elsewhere in Betty Jean Pruett, President, IIS-
The Gnnvdl- ten to guest speaker, Dr. Jacks.
Colleen Sewell presents FHA
Beau, Arthur Lakey, witha
Queen Carolyn and
King Arthur reign
over court for the
Senior - Escort Charles Cowey Freshman - Escort Justin Caraway
Duchess Lanelle Davenport Duchess Carolyn Lozo
Sophomore - Escort Chelcie Ross Bishop Betty J. Pruett
Duchess Gladyne Hewell Announcer Sharon Trant
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Dr. Buie, SVVTSTC, is the
Joe Ray Edwards presents Prof- Tram Presldes
a corsage to Sweetheart A
On the night of March 17th the
F.F.A. boys honored their Fathers with
a banquet. Following thiswas a corona-
tion crowning the Chapter Sweetheart
Queen for the year 1958.
Donnie Setliff announced the pro-
gram and Wilbon Davis served as the
Representatives to the Royal Courtare: King and Queen
Sammy Martin and Colleen Sewell, Srs.
Respondek and Molly Calley and. . .
Jim Ed Davis
Jrs. fnot picturedl, Sophs. - Terry Talley and Betty Pruett, Fresh. - Verne
Colwell and Velma Crisp, and 8th Grade - Lester Haines and Sherry Cowe
Hand Sfzsfiml Paradc
The Band Festival sponsored by the
Band Boosters Club was held April
il, 1958. The gala event was well
accepted by all, both spectators
Future Parade Marshal.
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First Place VVinnerl
Mrs. Caruway's fifth Grade "ROCkef Gnd Roll". ..50phs.
Blue ribbon award
On the night of
April 25th the Senior
Class was entertained
witha Banquetand Prom
given by the Juniors.
The Lions Club was
gayly decorated with
the theme of Fairyland
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Junior sponsors, Weinertand Nance, Escort Edwards, SENIORMISS Pullin,
Senior sponsor, Talley, and Junior Escort T. Davis, JUNIOR MISS Jane
and Senior class presidents, Moore Brzozowslci, receive gifts from J.E.
and Setlift pose for pictures. Davisas Junior presidentMoore pre-
Davis, Neuse, Asher, Montgomery, Lozo, Wicke, Sanders, Ernst, Res- Weinert, Dunn, and June Brzozo-
Brassell, Edwards, Reese and... pondek, Steubing, Davenport, Al- wski enioy the banquet.
len, Jane Brzozowslci and. . .
Kidd Pullin, Blanch, Riggs, Trant, Medlmfl, Sf- Cllllff Bustos, TYTQOI Connolly, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cook,
Cowey, Rhoades, Hewell, and... Smith, MCKlnneYf CUHSYI -lf-"Yee and Mrs. Tram Seem delighted.
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Refreshmenfsl Sophomores fairies serve
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The annual W.M.U. Banquet honoring the Senior
class was held April 15th, in an Oriental Garden
setting. The guests For the evening were students
from Mary Hardin Baylor. A feature ofthe evening
was a comical skit by high school students teaching
the importance of education "Seniors can not pass by
WMU Pres. Mrs. Pruett, Alumnae Sec. MHB, Mrs. G. Warren, Mrs. Hogg, Pastor R.H. Hogg are
pictured with seniors and guests at the banquet tables.
Mee-King and daughters three
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Each member oF the senior class is formally presented and introduced to
On May 15th the 1958 Seniors were entertained by the P.T.A. with the customary gar-
den party which was held, due to inclement weather, in the Baptist Church parlors.
Glenn Neuse read a history oF the class after which all were entertained with musical
numbers. Several two-guitar numbers by Bro. Haines and son Lester, and two vocal duets
by Dr. and Mrs. C.J. Merritt, composed the program.
Many parents and friends
enioy the social hour.
Mrs. W.W. Hewell receives
gift From Mrs. HowardMont-
gomery on behalfof the P.T.A.
Juniors Montgomery, Sanders a nd
Blanch serve punch .... to Mr. Ernst,
Bobby Lozo, Ellwood. . . Linda Hewell
and Lanelle Davenport.
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Processional ' Wheat
"Land oi Hop
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Mrs. Florine Wheat
Mrs. Joyce Nance and
stery oi Life"
"Ah, Sweet My
Rev. Robert H. Hogg
"A Perfect Daly" by
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J mes E. Talley, Jr.,
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Presentation of Class
Presentation oi Diploma
Carrie J a.obs
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Dr. C. J. Merritt
The class takes
its place qnd awaits
Clhe audience will rem
Mrs. Florine Wheat
"Auld Lang Syne"
Sue B a
nnie Lee Kidd
Sharon and Lizfrs ro f
Davfsrxg Sixty lrgstlendance are Joe Ed
vis, Steve T,-igo and Eggs, aim Ed
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May 23, 1958
8:00 P. M.
Organ Prelude "A Prayer"
Processional "Clayton Grand March" Mrs. Willie Colvvell
Invocation Rev. Robert H. Hogg
Hymn "Are Ye Able" COYKETBEEWOH
Anthem "He" 1 Ch0i1'
Baccalaureate Sermon Rev. Lester Haines
S010 Mrs. Fielding Breeden
"O, Devine Redeemer" by Charlie Gounod
Accompanied hy Clarence Hasdorii Alice Faulkne '
salumforian. r us the
Benediction Dr. Sam A. Nixon '
Clfhe audience will remain standingl
Recessional Clarence Hasdorii
"Trumpet Voluntaryw by Purcell
.lim Ed Davis
Joe Ray Edwards
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ders. , ustos, Monfgom-ery, Sewwj 1, Blanch, Ash?
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Most of the gang just before
Friends and relatives of our Senior Class
and Sponsor Talley, gathered at the
Lions Club on Sunday, May 25th to say
goodby and speed us via M. P. on our
trip to Canada.
Accompanied by Travel Agent Don
Peterson, we arrived in St. Louis the
next morning where we changed trains
to the Wabash and later arrived in
Passing through a tunnel under the De-
troit River we established our American
citizenship and residence and were ad-
mitted into Canada. 'We checked in at
the Prince Edward hotel, Windsor, for
a good night's sleep.
Early Tuesday morning we traveled to Welland, Ont. where we
were greeted at the station by His Worship the Mayor who told
of Welland's many industries and of the vast trade which is
carried on between Canada and the U. S. We then iourneyed
by bus to Niagra Falls. We were astonished at the vast amount
of water which pours over the Falls each second and we all
agreed that this was truly the highlight of the trip.
Wednesday we spent sightseeing in Windsor, and Detroit, Mich.
Among the places visited were: River Rouge Ford Plant, Green-
field Village Kwhere we saw reproductions of American history
and traditionJ,,Belle Island, Ambassador Bridge and the Ford
St. Louis proved to be quite a place of interest. Forrest Park . . .
with its 1,379 acres beautifully landscaped, St. Louis Zoo, the
Municipal Opera, the Jefferson and Lindberg Museums, Show-
boat, the Admiral . . . a pleasure boat which cruises on the
Mississippi, the exclusive section of the old city with its private
streets and Union Station fsecond largest in the U. SJ . . . the-se
are just a few of the many places viewed in St. Louis.
Five adventurous days . . . 3,676 miles . . . seven states and Canada . . . twenty-two en-
thusiastic Texans . . . all thesetmade the Senior trip of 1958 a most enioyable one, a trip which
each senior shall always remember.
Donned in raincoats for trip under falls
When we arrived in Welland we were greeted at
the train by his Worship Mayor McRae. Pictured with
his Worshipis Bobby Lozo's uncle, who livesinWelland
Waiting. . .For the train?
All aboard for tour-
ing St. Louis.
Enioying the modern com-
Forts of that WABASH
Tired. . ,or iust not hungry?
Lunch at Clinton Inn.
A day in Detroit.
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The Ford Rotunda, with its city of
tomorrow wc s quite on interesting
Place fo UH- The tunnel under the Detroit River
and the Ambassador Bridge.
In St. Louis we audited the reahearsal
of "Sl'1owboat" staring Marion Marlowe
and Andy Devine.
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Viewing the many colorful costumes
Touring the outdoor stage
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We found the outdoor museum a place
where American History comes to life.
In the Ford Museum we found many examples of
Early American life. We saw antique automobiles,
full sized locomotives, historic airplanes, old carri-
ages, and much more...all arranged to tell the story
of American industrial progress.
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F -f., K-,f '- jfdgf , 2 September 6 when the Bobcats scratched the Brahmas for a
iz W + Final' score of 44-7. Halfback Terry Davis tallied twice,
while Freshman Vefne Colwell scored on a recovered fumble.
Ellwood Ernst hit paydirt twice For the Cats, but he really showed "heads up" Football when he
scooped up the pigskin in the end zone after the last kickoff.
Activities awaken when gvatballgames get under
way. "Who made that touchdown?" This question
definitelytells us thatthe pigskin is king again. Tags,
banners, and cheers all combine to show the loyal
spiritof the student bodyand town Folk in backing the
'Desiqna tes Al l -district team
Glenn Neuse Terry Davis
Bobby Allen 'Steve Trigo 'Nick Bustamante John Smith
Senior Junior Sophomore Senior
Guard Back Encl End
'Bobby Lozo 'Johnnie Brassell Charles Cowey 'Joe Ray Edwards
Senior Senior Senior Junior
Center Tackle End Guard
imlvfood Ernst L gong Bemvides Ernst-a Four year letterman - who has been
EEE' Bggkomore honored twice by the district, has always
shown this outstanding running Form.
Although favored to win the Bobcats niet a bitter defeat when they lost to the Flatonia Bulldogs I2-7
Nixonwas in fine form, but they could not quite cope with the precision running of the Bulldog bcckfield.
Our single score was mode by Tony Benavides with the extra point kicked by Ellwood Ernst.
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Inthe Runge game Nixon got off
to a fast start when they made a
touchdown during the opening
moments of play. The linemen's
night -- And we agree, for they
were "really in there playing
ball." John Smith threw a key
block which enable Ellwood Ernst
to make an 80 yard run to score.
Nick Bustamante threw another
block For a 72 yard scamper by
Ernst. Terry Davis sprinted 'I5 yards to tallyg moreover, Ernst accounted for two additional TD's, Ernst also
kicked 5 extra points to make the Final score 35-6.
Kats Hlank Gardimzls
On Sept. 13, The Bobcats routed
the Southside Cardinals for a
score of 39-0. The first home
game of the season showed our
team's outstanding promise For
games ahead. Our strong often-
sive line opened the way For
runners - Ernst, Trigo, Benavides,
and Colwell - to score. Glenn
Neuse successfully kicked two of
the extra points.
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Senior Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore
Guard Back Tackle Tackle Guard
Silvestne Medina Johnny Rioias Robert Trigo George Trigo Jim Ed Davis
Senior Freshman Freshman Freshman Junior
Tackle Guard Tackle Center End
Vernon Cowey Terry Talley Bobcats brand a Brahma l ll
N Back Back
Defeat came to
the Bobcats when
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T h e B ob c a ts
gained 51 yards on the ground while the Indians
racked up 93 yards. Displaying a strong de-
fense, the Bobcats held the Indians to a 8-O
score. Jourdanton later traveled to the class A
Fine weather prevailedat the Nixon-
Pawnee game. The team was in high
spirits, and they rounded out the
evening with a 37-7 victory. Backs
Ernst and Benavides scored twice
each, while S. Trigo scored once.
One score was recalled because of a
penalty. The lone point was kicked
by G. Neuse. Every member of the
squad took part in this victory.
Habcals Downs Indians
On a cool Thursday night, Nixon foiled Harlondale's Junior Varsity on our home Field. Emst scored
twice, once from the three and again on an end run from the 42. Our third TD was a pass play from Ernst
to sophomore end Bustamante. The final score was 20-6 For Nixon.
Poth, the Regional Champs for this year, had to Fight For their T9-T3 victory over Nixon. lt was the
climax of our season, and we were out to win. Our vision was dimmed by a cloud of weird looking Fog
which settled over the gridiron during the 2nd quarter. Though we strained our eyes, we could hardly see
S. Trigo as he plunged over from the two to tally. The Pirates held a T2-6 lead at the half, but we came
to life in the 3rd quarter, when T. Davis snagged a pass and changed the score to T3-12. Late in the 4th,
the Pirates turned to the air where they made their winning TD. The final score was I9-13.
Pirates vs. Hats
Though this was the First year Nord-
heim fielded an eleven man team,
they played a fine game against the
Bobcats. Despiteiexcellent passing
by the Pirates, our team came through
with a 20-T3 victory. Antonio Ben-
avides tallied for twoon line plunges
and Steve Trigo madea six yard dive
for our last score. Glenn Neuse
kicked the two extra points.
Seated are:A. Posada, N. Bustamante, J. Smith, B. Allen, B. Lozo, J. Edwards, J. Brassell, C. Cowey,
and Coach Pattillo. In the second row are: C. Ross, T. Talley, V. Colwell, S. Trigo, T. Davis, E.
Ernst, G. Neuse, M. Dudley,andJ. Rhoades. ln the third row are: J. Davis, S. Medina, J. Brzozowski,
I. Arce, S. Martin, and H. Smith. Standing are: J. Rioias, T. Weber, and G. Trigo. Not Pictured is
The co-captains Ernst, Bmssell, and
Lozo, who are all Seniors, discuss
PlaY5 with the Coach- The hard working managers, C.
Ross and A. Posada, are always
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Smiley didn't have a chancel Tony
added two points by a iump shot.
Good Form Tony.
Lavernia dealt us some trouble, for
those tall, tall boys had an advan-
Competition was keen this basketball season when our
opponents were Poth, Lavernia, and Smiley. Our
team rated third in the district, for they won two and
lost Four. Playing on the team were Nick Bustamante,
Ellwood Ernst, Steve Trigo, Tony Benavides, and Terry
There was a fight for the ball. Hope
nobody was hurt.
Look at that Nick iumpl Smiley
seemed to be closing in For the
kill, but that was one more basket
What's so interesting under
that basket boys, who had
Jump Sammyl Our boys did
o Fine iob guarding the bas-
Our B team rated second in the district when they
won Four out of six games. Included on the B team
were Dusty Rhoades, Chelcie Ross, Sammy Martin,
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Bobby Lozo, John Smith, Thommy We er, an
Hurry Chelcie, Smiley is right
behind youl With the help of
Jose and Dusty, he adds two
Let's get that ball and make
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Nixon hosted the district track meet
in Cuero this year. We tied Poth for
the district honors. Other meets that
we attended this season were the Cuero
Gobbler Relays, the Pearsall Traclc Meet,
the Border Olympics, and the Somerset
Track Meet, At Somerset we won the
field events for the third consecutive
year enabling us to keep the beautiful
G. Trigo 2nd
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Our boys' team won 2nd in district this year when
they defeated Smiley and lost to Poth. They really
played hard fastvolleyball, and we were very proud of
them. The meet was held in the Poth gym, and the
teams competing were Nixon, Smiley, Poth, and La-
Winning 3rd, the girls' team
displayed team co-operation
and good sportsmanship. They
enioyed the day of vigorous
exercise and excitement.
Mc Kinney Moore
Colley Faulkner Brzozowski Trant
Chelcie was one of our
Baseball season was fair this year, and we won
2nd in district play. Our opponents were Paw-
nee, Poth, and LaVernia. Fourteen boys: J.
Brassell, J. Edwards, C. Ross, E. Ernst, T.
Benavides, N, Bustamante, S. Trigo, G. Trigo,
D, Rhoades, T. Talley, J. Davis, C. Cowey,
S. Martin, and T, Weber came out For the team.
J. Brassell was our first
These men are versatile.
Bustamante was on
Dusty was some hitte
rl S. Trigo was a fielder.
Joe was a catcher
Terry Talley, Sammy Martin, Douglas Koenig, Jane Brzozowslci, and Molley Cal-
ley all took partin this season's tennis tourney in Nixon. Jane Brzozowski and Molly
Galley won first in girls doubles. Sammy Martin won second in singles as did Terry
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Ottis Leasman, each with 16 lf4pointsp Alfred Posada with 6 3f4 and Tommy Lindley
with 4 lf4. The events took place in Nixon with entries from Smiley, Poth, Laver-
nia, Kosciusko and Polasky.
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gets set For the running mates some
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James Glasco wins 50 yards dash
over several opponents.
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Under the leadership of good committees the nominal worlc of the group
made excellent progress this year.
The immunization proiect was continued and the school nurse aided by
local medical personnel made record of exploratory examinations of
the eyes and teeth of each school child.
From the Halloween Carnival, which
was the main source oF Finance, aid
wasallocated by the executive com-
mittee and approved by the club to
many groups within the school.
Mrs. R.A. Pullin,
The president and secretary,
Mrs. H.L. Parker, Jr. carry
on the business of the meet-
The Carnival spirit is always present
at Halloween time. . . 0 . .
Winners in each of the several divisions of the parade
are pictured above.
Johnny Cook, Preschool
Lavon Ferguson, Junior High
Sherrill Montgomery, Primary Grades
Strange and grotesque disguises were apparent in the long parade line.
Judging for award winners was a hard taslcl
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The parents of band members co-operated in the effort
of the club to supply the needs of the band.
The main project was the Spring Festival. That it was
a most successful venture was evidenced by the full
response made by school classes, civic clubs and com-
mercial entries of cars and floats in the parade. Head-
ed by the Bobcat Band the long list of colorful entries
were viewed by many spectators.
Present on picture taking night were
Mmes. L. H , Chessher, President,
Dee Montgomery, Vice President,
Sam Hunter, Treasurer, James E. Tal-
ley, Jr., Secretary.
Maiorettes seem to have a clever
idea for a new stuntl
Retiring president Chessher receives
gift from Booster member, Mrs. Du-
Band Sweetheart Linda Hewellaccepts floral lyre from Tl'1eS6 OfflCefS W8feiI'lSl'Glled byMI'S.
DirectorHerdiust afterthe honorhad been announced. John A. Hewell, Jr. at the last
Later at the winter concert she is presented with a spring meeting of the Club. George
trophy by the Club.
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Bright blue uniforms, shiny buttons, and high stepping feet clued everyone that the Nixon Bobcat Band
wasabout to make their appearance. Throughoutthe years our band attended many parades in the surround-
ing vicinity and also thrilled the football Fans with flashy shows.
Seated in the First row are A. Faulkner, B. Chessher, M. Sanders, E. Hunter, and T.
Dabe, followed by S. Martin, J. Dunn, B. Polan, S. Dezelle, and F. Hewell in the
second row. C. Lozo, S. DuMond, D. Montgomery, R. Sanders, J. Pantoia, and S.
Blanch compose the third row.
Seated in the first row are D. Pullin, H. Mahan, D. Downs, and J. Caraway, while,
T. Talley, G. A. Watkins, T. Weber, and B. Burns are found in the second row. H,
Smith, J. Trigo, and J. Cardona complete the picture.
Seated in the first row are G. He-
well, L. Hewell, and C. Mahan,
followed byJ. Brzozowski, Y. Gay-
tan, D. Wickie, and K. Billings in
the second row. G. Littleton, D.
Dugie, M, Davis, E. Almaguer,
and M. Kennedy make up the third
J. Davis and A. Gaytan
N. Pullin, O. Garcia, L
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cond row. L. Davis, J
ias, and J. Rioias complete
Standing from left to right are: S. Trant, J. Leal, P. Cardwell, G. Trigo, F. Neuse, L. Trant, R.
Trugo, and L. Fergurson. Not Pictured is A. Benavidez.
Seated in the first row are'
Garza are found in the se-
Rioias, L, Yanes, W. Stew-
art, J. Brzozowski, J. Rio-
Barba ro Chessher
K Coylene Mahan
These students always led
the band ina willing man-
Routines, which required
many hours of practice,
were highlighted by the
girls' new uniforms.
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standing are: B . S . Piekert, M.
Smith, A. Barrett, J. Moore. Kneel-
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Forgetting uniforms seems to be a
habitl Standing are: P. Kennedy, C.
Sewell, L. Kidd, S. Wright, V.
Glasco, B. J. McFarland. Kneeling
are: O. Bustos, F. Arce, D. Trigo,
E. Bustemante, B. Longoria.
g 'H A The Nixon Chapter was honored witha District Ill 3rd
o ' ' Vice President, and an Area VII 2nd Vice President.
Many members attended both District and Area meet-
ings. Rena Wake and Virginia Glasco represented the
Chapter at the State meeting in San Antonio.
F. H. A. OFFICERS:
Secretary - Sharon Trant
Reporter - Patricia Kennedy
2nd V. President - Lanelle
Treasurer - Linda Hewell
Historian - Joyce Moore
The F. H.A. Club members
consider serious matters
Ist V. President - Jane
President - Betty Pruett
The girls give thought regarding
those who would make depend-
able officers For the ensuing year.
Koster of Members
Betty Fay Thomas
Rena Merle Wake
Betty Jean McFarland
The Freshman girls model their
First garments For their mothers.
Punch and cookies were served.
Mrs. Nance poses with the practice
teachers, Miss Little, and Miss
Those who modeled were: Yolanda Gayton, Ofelia Arce, Faith Neuse, Karen Billings, Alcaria Benavi-
del, Elena Cardana, Feliciana Infante, Juanita Valerio, Carolyn Lozo, Josephine Maldonado, Velma
Crisp, Lois Kidd, Betty Thomas, and Darlene Dugie.
Making use of new equipment. Arranging a center piece. Girls are bus
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Serving as F.F.A. officers are: Terry Davis, Reporter, Joe Edwards,
Treasurer, Sammy Martin, President, Glenn Neuse, Secretary, Charles
Cowey, Sentinel, Johnnie George Brassell, Vice President, Bobby Allen,
Members of Freshman
work on projects in leather
It looks like the Ag ll
class has beenassigned
Ag, lll demonstrates the
practical use of elec-
tricity on the farm to
members of the Lions
Prof. Trant looks on.
Local merchants and commission house buyers were pre-
The annual FFA commercial calf auction was held
on Jan. 7, 1958. Thirteen calves were sold at public
auction. They sold on anaaverage of 28 cents per
pound. The calves graded an average of high and
netted the boys a sizeable profit on their supervised
Although no ratings were given a large group of students, parents and visitors found
the show and sale interesting and worth while.
Two classes in beginner band were offered. One was open to students in the fourth
gnadesand the other which is pictured below to students in the fifth and sixth grades.
Both groups made good progress.
Janie Ruth Montgomery, Lucy Sandoval, Elton Holman, Michael Derrick, Bobby
Faulkner, Wayne O' Neal, Tony Vigil are seated in row one. Jimmy Coleman, Josie
Torres, Jimmy Parker, David Pruett, David Haines, Robert Richter, Sharon Mills,
Lupe Vigil, Ben Colwell are in row two.
Kathleen MOOFG, KUY T0lleY, Jill Martin, Susan Talley, Paulette Wake, D'Anne Parker and
Dora West are in row one. Jon Morgan Preston, Bill Pennell, Jess Maldonado, Wayne Stewart,
Tommy Hewell, Lester Parker, Susan Dezelle, Herry Hewell are found in the second row. Terry
Nance, Tim Millington, Lloyd Perry, Lewis Caraway, Bill Chessher, Tim Pennell, Pat Mikola-
iczyk, Judy Burns, Faye Caraway, Mary Smith, Julie Clifton, and Sidney Gaylord are in the
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Christmo: gift from
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onsor Mrs. Wheat.
Students chatting with Mrs.
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Interested students receive details
from Prof. Trent.
A Betty Crocker Homemaker award is
given Lanelle Davenport by Mrs.
Mr. Pottille proves his Happy Birthdoylll Mr. Cook
Mr, Talley and Mrs. Weinert discuss
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Tickets? Tags? Ribbons? Decals? Anyone need
Christmas cards? These became the familiar saluta-
tions of each fellow class memberl Financial success
was the ultimate aim of the many proiects which were
Senior sponsored. As the Seniors marched off the
stage to the music of Auld Lang Syne, their career of
four short years had ended.
While Vice Pres. C. Cowey is being measured For his
cap and gown by Mr. Talley, the Senior officers look
on: D. Setliff, Pres., W. Pullin, Treas., S. Trant,
Reporter, and L. Hewell, Sec.
Charles Cowey Bobby Allen 6 Johnnie George Bnassell Molley Calley
Joyce Cowey lanelle Davenport Ellwood Ernst
Seniors compliment Mr. Cook.
Birthday gifts, maybe?
Ancl then there were always those speeches!
Alice Faulkner Dolly Hausler
Josephine Mc Kinney Silvestre Medina
That time is drawing near.
Seniors order graduation
Sponsor Talley receives a gift and
a coke From the Seniors.
"Bullet" Bob proudly displays his
Johnny Respondek Jimmy Rhoades Leon Riggs Donnie Setliff
John Robert Smith Judy St. Clair Gloria Steubing Sharon Trant
Parties and Pram Head juular Szfcuts
Continuous work and enthusiasm enabled
them to entertain the Seniors with a glorious
evening -the Junior and Senior Banquet and
Prom. After struggling with geometry and bi-
ology, theyall enioyed the final highlight oF
the year, which was the much anticipated ring
Seatedaround the table making Prom plans are
the Junior class officers: D. Montgomery, V.
Pres., J. Brzozowski, Sec., J. Brzozowski,
Reporter, C. Sewell, Treas., and J. Moore,
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Hurryl Hurryl That music theme is
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C, Asher finds new experiences in
Joe Ray, won't you ever
remember to bring your
books to class?
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Jeffery Reese Marilyn Sanders Colleen Sewell Steve Trigo
,fit last 5'0,ul1amarcs.f
The class finally pushed up and over the
second rung in the ladder that leads to the
achievement of that high sc hool diploma.
Though they still have half of their career to
go, they face it with a smile ever dreaming
of that pot of gold that lies at the end ofthe
Comparing notes are Sophomore class officers:
M. Dudley, V. Pres., A. Gaytan, Sec., l.
Arce, Reporter. Looking on are S. Du Mond,
Pres. and M. Rioias, Treas.
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A. Barrett and V. Glasco proudly
Sandra Du Mond Abel Gaytun Virginia Glasco Arron Ray Horns
Bonifacio lnfante Patricia Kennedy Douglas Koenig Arthur Lnkey
T. Talley at track meet.
Football Sweetheart, C. Mahan, is presented
a gift at the Football Banquet.
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With high goals in mind, they found new
subiects with new atmospheres. They were
Freshmen and at last in high school I
Admiring our new trophy case are the Freshman
oFFicers: F. Neuse, Treasurer, P. Cardwell,
Secretary, K. Billings, Vice President, H.
Mahan, President, R. Trigo, Parliamentarian,
and G. Trigo, Reporter.
Ofelia Arce Bobby Baker Alcaria Benavidez Karen Billings James Brzozowski
Justin Caraway Elena Cardona Paul Cardwell Nelson Clutter Verne Calwell
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Withan enrollmentof Forty-eightthey were
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The highlight of the year's work ofthe
seventh grade was the trip to the missions in
San Antonio. This trip was taken while the
children were studying Texas history. Every-
one agreed that the vivid and exciting stories
which were told to them by Mrs. Holmes shall
long be remembered.
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We sincerely appreciated individual
help from Mrs. Holmes.
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This year the seventh grade really enjoyed
school -- though they sometimes hate to admit
it. The students were very proud of their play
that was presented in January. They had Fun
rehearsing as well as the presenting of it.
Then there was theannual trip to San Anton-
io. The missions were interesting and beauti-
ful. The class gained much more from the visit
than two sticks of cotton candy and other sou-
Nevertheless, they are all waiting For high
Mrs. Rix was always on hand to give
us help when we needed it.
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Time off From studies finds the seventh grade
enjoying a Valentine Party. Our room-mothers
arealways on hand with delightful refreshments
whenever an occasion arises.
, Q Robert Maldonado
W Eliceo Mendez
We always appreciated being
able to study together.
School in the auditorium was a new experi-
ence for the sixth grade. In science they en-
ioyed doing experiments. For library reading,
they kept reading cards and planned to get
Charlotte Ann Allert
Mary Bell Caraway
Julie Mae Clifton
Our teacher, Mrs Clark helps us
to select new pictures
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had fun too when they were entertained with
parties in their room at Christmas, Valentine,
and at Easter. The students also enioyed their
science work and anxiously looked forward to
the "Weekly Reader Magazine". Another
highlight of their year was the preparation of
their float For the Band Festival Parade.
T. N. Crisp
Virginia Ann Dudley
Iva Jane Gordon
Terry Ann Hewell
Emily Anne Hunter
Time out from studies to pose for
our annual picture with Mrs.
Cook, our homeroom teacher.
We are very proud of our Christmas drawings
and pictures. It has been a lot of fun working
together in decorating the room and bulletin
Cokes and cookies top off our 6th grade Valen-
tine Party. As busy as they are, our room
mothers always have time to prepare refresh-
Beverly Jo Polan
Rosa Jane Sanders
Leno Faye Walker
Carol Ray Williamson
Janie Lee Wright
Being in the Fifth grade means studying his-
tory for the first time. It did not take the
children long to find out that history is one
continuous, interesting story. During each
holiday season the children worked decorating
their room for the nice parties which were
given to them by their room mothers. Another
activity which all the students enioyed was
decorating their Float for the Band Festival
Parade. They allagreed thatschool was work,
but so much fun.
Bobbie Gene Cain
Johnnie Faye Caraway
John Michael Cardwell
We look on as our teacher, Mrs.
Caraway, explains new things to
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Although we are at times a bit
uncertain, we shall don our
costumes and ioin the fun.
. Gloria Mendez
I V Q Kenneth Reese
The Fifth grade studies were many and var-
ied: in geography they studied about places
all over the United States, science class was a
study of plant and animal life, reading class
provided many wonderful stories which were
most enjoyable to all. Arithmetic, history,
English, and spelling were also included in the
Mr. Crunk helps us with our studies
With Valentine comes heart shaped cookies with We can always Find something of
soft drinks and remembrance of those we love. interest in our Lone Star Statel
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We enioyed practicing and presenting our
Christmas play for our parents and Friends. It
was fun learning our parts and helping make
the costumes and scenery For the program.
Oralia De Leon
Mrs Mahan helps us keep our
encyclopednas neat and in or
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While studying about the habits of different
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enjoyed their arithmetic and spelling contests.
Sides were chosen and each one tried his best
to win for his team. Also they derived pleasure
from the parties that were given to them. After
assignments were Finished the children spent
their free time at the reading table.
Betty Ruth Cheatham
Ofelia De Leon
We read aloud to our teacher
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The most outstanding activity in the third
graders year was their "make believe" trip
which they planned during their study of trans-
portation. They kept a scrapbook, in which was
shown the estimated cost oF their trip and pic-
tures of the places they visited.
Mrs. Moore, our teacher, is
shown with our display on
Ellen Marie Cardwell
Linda Sue Dabe
Vera Ann Gordon
Patsy Lea Howell
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We are thankful for our
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Patricia De Lua
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Here are some things we like to do: Write
letters, sing, learn things, and learn how to
play new games. Best of all we like to make
things, We liked the time we made wagons
and put valentines in them.
By Nicky Gaylord
For the second grade
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All of us appreciate the help we
receive from our teacher, Mrs.
Dezelle. We love to writel
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When asked what they liked best about
school, the first grade children unanimously
answered "reading", which includes the story
hour. They were always thrilled whena new
reader was given to them, for they enioyed the
picture along with the stories as told in words.
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Our teacher, Mrs. Crunk
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One of the highlights in the class IB year's
work was the unit on birds. This unit was taken
upin the earlyspring soas to interest the child-
ren in observing the characteristics of spring.
ln connection with the unit on "birds" the
children colored pictures, read stories, sang
songs, and took walks.
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colorful. These posters help to
brighten our room. lt is a hard
task to choose the best poster be-
cause we like them all.
Desidro Pena Jr.
' Janie Rasco
' Susie Reina
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Daniel Medina Jr.
Grad: 011: ,4
"Easter Unit" is a meaningful and colorful
affair for class IA. First, the real Easter story
was told and relaxful music was played for nap
time. Secondly, the humorous side of the Eas-
ter story was offered in supervised periods of
creative art, hectographed songs, and an Eas-
Frank Arce Jr.
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Gloria Jean Garcia
Grad: 011: 6
The BeginnerClass of IC entered into a new
world when they started to school. They were
taught the English language by the use of pic-
ture cards, song s, music, rhythm, obiects,
rhymes, and numberous other aids. They were
an interesting and appreciative group - happy
in learning to become good American citizens.
Erminia Arce W
Dora Linda Cano
Juan Luis Casas
Alberto De Leon
With the help of our teacher Mrs.
Sadie Weber, we string beads and
learn to count colored sticks.
Although we spend much time learning
the three R's we take time out For par-
ties. Our teachers serve candy at our
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song while characters of the nativity scene are shown gp ,
in the background.
At right worshiPPers from afal' P0Yhomu9e to the Christ - 'iili" X
Child. Marcilie Ernst portrays the mother May. M-
SN hands Fourth graders present: The Bob Cratchetts
ge Scrooge and. . . .
The Seventh grade cast is pictured after their presentation ofa comedy skit.
This entertainment was directed by Mrs. Rix.
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Mrs. Crunk and her First graders the center gf iferesf.
are off on an Easter hunt.
A brightly painted mural, a gaily hued Easter egg tree, and an attractive drawing help
to remind us all of a Familiar spring holiday.
Clever faces are painted on
Fourth graders give attention to last minute displays. 999 Shells'
Bunnies, baskets, lillies, and a beautiful cross are symbols of a happy season.
Our temporary office on the stage At last it is recess timel Preparing For our Band Festival
isn't so bad afteralllll Floatlll
Valentines everywhere! On the cork board, table,
and in the box, Such a happy season.
About I rf Grades
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to members of the Fourth and Fifth diplomos...which are shown in the
Jill Martin, Pat Mikolaiczyk and Terry Nance Lester Sikes and Tim Millington explain homework
seem amused. assignments.
First graders are busy. Refreshments at party An interesting story about
' I. Football Sweetheart 4. Chessher's Chicks
2. Third and Fourth Graders 5. Mrs. Dezelle's Second Grade
3. Mrs. Rix's Seventh Grade 6. Mrs. M. Mahan's First Grade
7. Mrs. V. Crunk's First Grade
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l A commercial entry. Our Fire Department. Parade is over.
Nzlfau lndepcndcnf Salma! Distric!
Mrs. Jailey D. Dunn
James E. Box, Superintendent Secretary
Heard of ""'
R.E. Harvey, Jr. C.V. Henry Felton G. Wake
President Vice President Secretory
T.J. C00lCSey T.F. Hewell Dr. W.G. Millington Dr. Sam Nixon
ffzyh Sflzwl Qaculty
James E. Talley Jr.
High School Principal
Janie Hogg Florine Wheat Leonora Weinert Joyce Nance
English Speech English Homemalcing
J.H. Cook Travis Herd W.l. Trant R.W. Pottillo
Mathematics Band Agriculture Coach - History
Walter Dezelle Jr.
Elementary School Principal
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Mrs. Susie V. Anglin Mrs. Lou Helen Box Mrs. Kathryn Caraway Mrs, Voda C. Clark
Third Grade Second Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade
Mrs. Aline J. Cook Mrs. Betty Couch Robert J. Crunk Mrs. Vida P. Crunk
Sixth Grade First Grade Fifth Grade First Grade
To record infomation pertinent to incidents of the
year which definitely affected most of these
we beg your indulgence of this space.
action of the trustees on Feb. 3rd the west wing of
elementary school building was abandoned for
use. The auditorium was partitioned to
four classes and the nurse's quarters was
by a Fifth grade section until the end of the
were unanimously passed on April 19th which
provide For a new elementary school, a junior V
unit and a gymnasium. gif 3
A familiar sight - Rooms which re-
mained in use were made safe by
being braced with heavy timbers.
All action was prompted by advice
fromarchitectsanda State Engineer.
Mrs. Allie S. Dezelle Mrs. Vivian C. Holmes Mrs. lris G. Mahan Mrs. Melva Mahan
Second Grade Seventh Grade Fourth Grade First Grade
Mrs. Nonna B. Moore Mrs. Eileen Rix Mrs. Robbie H. Weber ' Mrs. Sadie F, Weber
Third Grade Seventh Grade Fourth Grade First Grade
Mae Pennel, R.N.
Mrs. Alton Gaylord,
Always a busy office
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Mmes. Pullin, Baker and
always prepared such de-
Mr. Canion labovel
Mr. Lakey friglntl
Mr. Dezelle fbelowl
Assistant drivers: Mr. B
lanch, Mr. Herd
and Mr. Bob Pattillo.
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Pattillo's bus on its
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