Texas High School - Tiger Yearbook (Texarkana, TX)
- Class of 1955
Page 1 of 130
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Coach G5Watty'9 Myers
Though olten working behind the scenes, Mr. Myers has always done his
best to bring stardom to our school. As our athletic director he has won many
Oscars for us and has made a list of achievements that will be remembered for
a long time to come. Because of this stellar performance, we dedicate the 1955
TIGER REVUE to Coach "VVatty" Myers, who has done much to bring Texas
Senior High into the spotlight.
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Mr. Dale Howard
'Texas High has an Associate
Superintendent for the first
time. Mr. Howard, as our As-
sociate Managing Director, has
so capably fulfilled his duties
that it seems that he is not a
"newcomer" but an "oldtimer"
in this kind of show business.
In a very short time he has
helped make our Tiger Revue a
Dr. H. W. Stilwell
Dr. Stilwell, our Superintend-
ent, is the Managing Director
of the Tiger Revue. He has
been managing the show at Tex-
as High thirty-four yearsg there-
fore he knows all the angles,
has all the answers, and has
never had a "flop" production.
Another big job of his is being
president of 'Texarkana College.
Dr. Stilwell is always ready and
willing to support Texas High
Mrs. Elizabeth Tapp
Wvithout Mrs. Tapp in the di-
rectors' office, our stage sh:-w
could not go on. No produc-
tion can be staged without a
Secretary and a Registrar. We
are lucky to have one like Mrs.
in any way
Mrs. Virginia Lynch
Such a production as our di-
rectors present needs more than
one Secretary. Mrs. Lynch does
all the clerical work for our
show . . . Needless to say, she
"canft be beat."
Mr. B. B. Lawson
The success of any show de-
pends largely on the Stage Di-
rector. Mr. B. B. Lawson, the
Principal of Texas High, has
been directing the "stage show"
at Texas High for thirty years,
always seeing that everyone acts
his part well and properly. Our
'Tiger Revue owes the majority
of its successful "run" to its
Stage Director, Mr. B. B. Law-
Mr. A. A. Forester
Newly appointed Assistant
Stage Director to Mr. Lawson
is Mr. A. A. Forester, better
known in Room 211, working
math problems. However he
has quickly become a familiar
figure in the Stage Director's
office, where his chief role is
at the outer table selling cafe-
teria tickets and tabulating
Mrs. D. V. Cummings
Included on the staff in the
Stage Director's office is one
who has been carrying out her
multitudinous tasks as long as
her boss. Mrs. Cummings, bet-
ter known as I.aura, has so
many jobs as Secretary to Mr.
Lawson that everyone marvels
at her ability to accomplish so
much in such a short time.
Everyone realizes that without
Laura our "show" would not be
Mr. Garland Moss
Someone must count the box
office returns and keep them
growing so that the show won't
"close," Mr. Moss, our Busi-
ness Manager, is the best Box
Office Manager we know. He
protects the "tiller" and keeps
it ready for use in making our
production a hit.
Mrs. lfVillene Dixon
The one who balances
the returns in the office
of the Box Office Man-
ager is Mrs. Dixon. At
all times she can account
for the status of the
Uwherewithalu to keep
our show "on the road."
Mrs. E. L. Goodroe
The clerk's work never ends.
Besides secretarial work, Mrs.
Goodroe files and refiles all re-
ports coming into and going out
of the Box Office Managers of-
Mrs. Jetta WVade
Mrs. YVade's duties in the of-
fice of the Box Office Manager
are to type all the notices and
to complete all correspondence
concerning our productions.
Mr. Torn Bain
Mr. Aubrey WVood
. . . the secretary of the
Board, showing some of
the equipment he sells at
the Sears' Farm Store.
Mr. Hale Parker
. . . the former president of the
Board, looking through one of
the millions of magazines that
can be found at either of his
stores, Hale's or The Sportsman.
. . . vice-president of the Board,
completing a telephone call as
chief clerk to the Freight Agent
of the Cotton Belt Railroad
There could be no show without those who have enough
faith in their patrons and are willing to give more than the
usual time to plan the production. Texas Senior High is
lucky to have the best and most interested Producers any
show could have - These seven Producers are the Board of
Education, who have spent many long and late hours - with-
out remuneration other than self-satisfaction - planning and
organizing this successful show for 1955. The entire Cast,
from the stars to the prop men, wish to thank our Producers
for a smash hit, the H55 Tiger Revue.
Mr. John Haltom
. . . the president of the Board,
taking time out from his busy
life as vice-president and man-
ager of the truck division of
Creekmore Motor Company.
Mr. Burnham Jones
. . . displaying one of the many
styles of shoes sold at Cobb and
Sons' Shoe Store.
Mr. VV. R. Kelly
. . . using the dictaphone
to record the many orders
he receives for electrical
appliances he sells for
the Tri-State Distributing
Company of Shreveport.
'Mrn Bill Williams
, . . the newest member of the
Board, adjusting electrical equip-
ment at his own shop, Williams
Radio and Electric Company.
A young, new member of the "Prompters" staff - A
very good with the T-square and drawing board. Not g
a had yell leader! Even better as a baby sitter. V I
'Xflr Herschel Henry Vocatzonal flgrzrultme
The Farmer Boys like the D 1- students learn by
doing such things as soil erosion landscaping and
planting Mr Henry also presents entertalmng assembly
programs Wllh hls Future lirmers
Mrs Curren E. Allen etr'i fn'Dist1'ibutzve Educatzon
D thats 1 tralrnng program for those stu
dents interested' in retail, rvhrjlesalye, ana. service occupa
tions. Allen callsiiit 'font-tlfrie-Juli" training
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High student-married tbiagfforiiiei
Arkanisagil-Iigh1 t'r fs-tudent, Mrs. Malcolm is veryf busy AILV corn
mutirig Wlestlawn jtlinior High Tto Te:ggas"Aven1re
Junioii Senior High, She is never too busy
draw paint place cards - and work with the
F.'F.A. A A
Nhs 1-.llcne ohnson Czvzcs
Ks far as the students know Mrs johnson has no
party preference or biased. opinions but she expects
I . I V V class discussions Always preparlng a program b it
hit' Kenneth Smith ll46Cfl6l7Z.ZCal D'l'dwZHff - f Girls' Rec., book reviews, civic clubs, or camping
Xliss Ruth Hardy Amerzcan Hzstory
Speaks softly but carries Vai biq stick to all Seniors
Always good-naturedly them that Captain Lam
rence's dying words.'D'ont711givc up the ship can bc ap
plied to any situation. Practices what she preaches
Mrs. A. A. Forester Civics and Texas Hist'o1'y
Two "loves"' of Mrs. Forester are cats and history,
especially about Bowie County. She is happy either be-
friending homeless cats, helping aliens become citizens,
or working with the DAR's .
Mrs. M. R. McClure Physical Education
Much of Mrs. McClure's time during football season
was spent helping the cheerleaders. Although this is
her first year at Texas High, she is not new in the sys-
tem, for she was girls' physical education coordinator in
the elementary grades last year. She likes to square dance.
Mr. Wlatson Athletic Director
and Head Coach
Many hours. ..e- his office desk in the
Tiger 'fcirggthe Tiger football and
basketbal-l i" he spends out of
liigiioffiee l"i' as he physical educa-
trotggprograms 1,371 ,.,., ot1rfz.5y'stem.
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Mis Robert Barron Physical iiiiii 3
Another new member of the girls' l'.lZ. departmentli-
ones. Now she is busier than ever - at home and at
She came to Texas High from Jacksonville, Texas. ,
a few years she devoted all her time to her two little
Mr. Eudell Dicus Assistant Coach
Physical Education, and Drivers' Training
A former Texas High Tiger of 1941, Mr. Dicus is
now on the other side ot the desk - in the capacity of
teacher. Hope he enjoys the teacher-angle as well as
he enjoyed the student-angle.
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Mr. William' Malcolm Coach and
The "Ramblers" coach from Texas Ave-
nue junior High. Coach be small in stature
but he is large in prowess. Keeps a smooth study hall.
His "Missus" is .our teacher too.
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Mr. Gerald McMullen Drivers Training,
Physical Education, and Assistant "B" Coach
Seen often cruising around town during school hours
is Coach McMullen - not out for a pleasure ride but
out giving a lesson in safe driving. His other duties in-
clude'P.E. classes and scouting for the "B" team. Mrs.
Mc is also a teacher.
Mrs. Larry Renshaw Speech., Radio
Mrs. Renshaw is 'tour babe in arms." She is not
only learning how to teach "school" but is also learning
how to keep house -- There's always a first time for
everything - Good luck, Miss Witmer - we mean Mrs.
Mrs. Delphine Lynch . English
"Ex-Oueenn of the "B" team, Mrs. Lynch is a lover
ol The Canterbury Pilgrims. As 1f.'ll..X. sponsor, she is a
shining example for the members to follow. She teaches
sophomore and junior English.
If Mrs. Crane had time, she would teach English
Most of her waking hours are spent in the Annual of
fice. If she has any time left from that, she works with
the Student Council. Then she teaches.
Mr. Robert Bedwell, English
Another newcomer to our faculty. Mr. Bedwell has
taught in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama. Now he
has come to Texas! He was a former table tennis cham-
pion. Another hobby is photography.
Mrs. Margaret McKnight Libmi ian
Our new librarian is most helpful and kind to all
She is a good "keeper" of the "manuscripts" She makes
the library attractive with her ferns and other flowers
Mrs. Christine Powell School Nurse
On the second floor of the Library-Science building
is an office which is often visited - the nurse's office,
where you will find Mrs. Powell applying band aids or
iodine. soothing pains, or checking minor injuries.
Miss Irene Walter English
A charter member of Texas Senior High Miss Walter
will always be remembered for her cry of Drill drill
drill!" She also lends her moral support to the Drama
Mrs. Grady C Duck English
When she is not teaching English Mrs Duck
quite busy being president of the local Classroom Teach
ers Association. She 18 also never too busy to boost the
Mrs. Carroll C. Crane English
Miss Roberta Yant Spanish, Modern History
Our school 'isenoritaf' "Una buena professoraj' she
also presents historical events - in English. Naturally
she likes Mexican food.
Mrs. R. C. Hamilton Latin
It can never be said that Latin is a dead language
in Mrs. Hamilton's class, although some of the students
might still be in the maze v- or labyrinth.
Mrs. Bill Wiagner Typing and Bookkeeping
Preparation for future business managers is Mrs.
XVagner's chief interest. However,we must not under-
estimate her interest in A. Y. as sponsor, and in Boy
Scouts, being wife of our Field Executive.
Mr. Jess Pettey g Band Director
This year has been rough for Mr. Pettey because
for a long time he had no assistant for lhelowerrbantls,
but heralways produces a "sweepstakes" Winner for Texas
Senior High. A
Mrs. A. VV. Reed Typing
A very quiet person ,who gives all her' time to five
typing classes. She also is interested in her older daugh-
ter's dancing career.
Miss Nona Eagle Choral Music
One of the busiest members of our production is
Miss Eagle. Besides her afternoon classes at Senior High,
in the morning she directs the musical activities for the
elementary schools. Her work has been evidenced many
times by successful performances.
Mr. Gayle Kesterson Typing, Commercial
Arithmetic, Vocational Guidance
Another alumnus of Texas High. Young in the
teaching profession but seasoned in the knowledge of
the tricks of his trade. His duties are varied, as you
Mrs. Clyde Bane, -Ir. Typing and Shorthand
lf the future secretaries she is training are as kind as
she, any "boss" would hire them. She is an "old hand"
now, having passed her first year of experience with fly-
Miss Pearle Hughes Plane Geometry
J and Algebra
Here is proof of "ghQ,Clij'if,,!hif1g5 in Small Packages-H
Besides her three rnathV'clasgtes7Qin Senior High, Miss
Hughes teaches math in' TexasiAvenue junior High in
the mornings, andwsponsorst ,the'i,YffIfeens.
Miss Bernice Marshall Homernalzmff and
Two of the most ber1ef1c1al courses III our curriculum
are taught by1M1ss Marshall She also sponsors our Future
Homemakers of Xmerlca a worthy and necessary or
' ganization. She and Miss Parker continue then instrut
, f tion through the summer months
Mr A A Forester Planeparnfd1Solld
Geometry, Alffebm, Trigonometry ,, t
udgtng from the list under Mr 1orester's nanfte, there P
1S no math course he does not teach Hesone of our
veteran teachers lately appointed assistant to Mrs- Law-V
son Mr Forester nexer HIISSLS a High-Art Day witljrthe
Mr. WVilliam Cooper Algebra and
Mr. Cooper is another new member of the lrompt
ers" cast. He came to us from Xllen Academy Bryan
Texas. He is very sincere in helping his students under
stand the principles and problems of math
Mrs Mary Sue Dunkin Chemistry,
Mrs Dunkin is always lookmg for Science Club
members who are as interested as she in the latest
developments of chemical science Her Science Club is
famous for its original concoctions - and its travels.
Miss Era Parker s,tf7' and
' ,Y t.' Relations
Miss Parker, like Miss,Marshal'lg"-tfrains our future
wives and mothers Sheqteaehesl them to'cook and sew,
to keep a budget, and to "bare for Children - just to men-
tion a few of theifduties 'for the "woman of the house."
Her instruction liegins the junior High schools and
continues through' Seniorar,High.
Miss Hazell Hardage Etiology and Physics
If you wish inspirational ,knowledge about nature,
insects, and matter and energy, sign up for one of Miss
Hardage's science classes? in'tLhe Library4Science Building.
She is very much interested in her field of work and
shows that interest in class. ,
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National Honor Society AY KY National Honor Societv Y DF Club Mill probably sell National Honor
Girls Rec Ma orette VVants Teen officer FTA sune wp muslc because he loves ll G1rlS Rec Majorette
to teach if lT12ll11CCl teachers are does not like to be called Red platinum hair is her
DE Club XY Homeroom offi
cei Col lv' Interior decorat
in will be a cinch for his
Student Council National Honor
Society Y leens AY It doesnt
make Kitten mad to be called
Mrs Van Hooser
AY Football Baseball
that right T
oycc Pearl Aver
A.Y. Shorthand Club Pearlie
wants to be a secretarv so there
. won t be any homework to do.
Glenn Bailey o it Y
His ambition is to be a profes-
sional wolf. Good luck!
A YVilber ,Dean Barnes, K .
A.Y., Science Club - What's the
matter, "Curly Bill?" Can't you
straighten things out in Wash
A.Y., F.T.A., Y-Teen officer,
Homeroom officer - lf Texas A
8: M ever becomes co-ed, here is
one "Bon-Bon" ready to enroll.
Iames Thomas Bius
F.r.A., A Cappella choir, Boys
Chorus - jimmy wants to see
the world, a' la Navy - All the
Billie Dub Blanton
Dub"' - F.T.A., Girls'
officer, A.Y., Girls' Chorus,
officer - A perfect
for both cheerleading and
A.Y., National Honor Society,
F.T.A., Girls' Rec. - A hint to
the wise: she wants to get mar-
rieu. "l"oreve1more!" Who doesn't?
Y-Teens, A.Y. - "Oh heck,"
"Lurie," that wasn't a catty re-
Rebecca Braswell f .
A.Y., Shorthand Club -'officer t
Her ambition is --tiofbe a 'f'BeCky'f A
VVilliain -Bryant 'B' Brooks
Annual, A.Y., Science Clubiqoffi-
cer, High Senior officer, Home-
,roorn officer, National Honor So-
iciety - fiHn1mm!" Justiask Bryan.
-He'll kanowf4 or
A.Y., Relations Club
- Wantts an engineer.
,.., Tiger Band, Science Club - Ra-
igidio Thang," no. WSZITQ 0 goof-
Ann Brucei i I qjfflh
Girls' Chorus worry, ii? ig, 'QLL'
there won't be tests inyn-ilrsing.
National Honor Society,
luriior ,Anierican Citizens, Tiger
V,fB3I1Ci No crazy drivers for
"Bab5fi" She prefers flying.
National Honor Societyiib
Council officer, F.T.A., Corian-
cil. junior American Citiiens of-
ficer - Our future T.V. and
Radio star . . . with just the right
larnes VV. Bonner Loretta Bowen
D.E. L f'IX4Nay" on everything National Honor Society, F.T.A.,
for "Jimmy" but Uncle Sam's A.Y., D.E. Club - "Boy!" "Toot-
Navy, i sie" will not gossip. i1'liat's for
sure! She doesn't like lt.
"Lat4gh and the world laughs Ioyce Campbell
mth Wm? Cheerleader -----
l Weep and you weep alone." Always Smiling-
-Ioe Edd Cardwell
"Little Red" - National Honor
Society, Library Club, A.Y. -
Our number one "clown," Watch
him "go, go, go!" .. A
l Donny Cassidy
- Football, A.Y., Home
room officer, F.T.A. - "Sir Lance
, lot" -4 Mlants a '56 Cadillac - to
"fire up-with the gang." V
"Susie" W- Student Council, Girls!
Rec., A.Y., 'F.T.A., National Hon-
or Society - An admirer of a cer-
tain l95l quarterback.
Mamie Clements L
,A.Y., Shorthand Club offieer
Homeroom officer, National Hon-
or Society -e"Blondie" will be a
perfect secretary one of these days
Duaine Clevenger Q t
Tiger Band, A.Y. - "jeff" knows
all about drag racing. A
"Fran" - - Wlants to be
a stewardess. '
Linda Collins ,
"Towhead', - Y-Teens, A.Y. -I
Don't keep her waitingo- she
might "shoot" you. 5- r
Football - Have you noticed his
"unusual" taste for girls? Don't
Annual A Y
F T A offlccr
trees for the forest
'E. YEKYBODYON STFGEHP
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Levada Sue Eason Donna Enger Shirley Estes The df-YWffQd dfmiflg Hmm - -
goodness!" Sl1e prefers to be "Shorty" - A blonde who de- A.Y., Library Club - "Oh, really," Afffff the final Curfew Call-
auty operator. serves her nickname - Hlants to "Shorty," do you want to be an
be a secretary just like in "Meet X-ray technician?
A Cappella Choir, A.Y., Band
Club - Why, have you ever! A
band director! - or is it direc-
,flvilliain Edmond Faires
serqorbayll, Track, AX. W "W'ild
il,,-' ,Bill's"f pet peeve is South Oak
- Cliff,-of '..,i Dallas. Wait until he is
a jfootball, coach.
, Lynn ,Flatte
y i "Peg" A.Y. Council, 1f.T,A.
Q ficer, Drama Club officer, Home-
room officer, National Honor So-
ciety 4--Coulcl easily be an aetress,
but Wants to,be afniarriecl school
leacllergff V:,,k., K, Q K
- il-Ienry Forbes -"- A f
f"Cotton" - ChoraligClub, A i1Cap-
fpella Choir ,..' ALY., Boys' Chorus -
!VVhat a conjbitiationfi ambition -
surgeong gbyiword 'iiil Swgrop deatil!"
National Honor! ii" NYM
lnnior AlDPTlC3llifwlilZCUSiQ -
ready versed in her aiinbftion ,,.1
a good wife and motlierigfiiotlieragi
wise known as Mrs.
littin Cllg,!J,lifQ3,National Honor So-
Vpeiety - Yigffgdle-dee-tlee," "Sue
-"oii jo," why about lessons?
Eugene E. Fudge
"Coon Hunter" - F.F.A., Nationlggw
al Honor Society, Hoineroomgu lt, of-
ficer - A familiar sight with' his
guitar in assemblies.
- F.F.A. - Mixes farm-
Lynda Sue Gaston Donald Giles
"Suzie" - Drama Club, F.T.A., "Leroy" - Homeroom officer,
A.Y., - A future businesswornan Student Council, Science Club -
- Experiments with new hair Yep, another future engineer, if
styles, there will be no long assignments.
Martha Ann Graves
"Mamie" - Girls' Rec., Home-
room officer - Mfell, how do you
like that? Another future secre-
National Honor, Society, V A.Y..
Couneil, Football - "'Big flied," .
forget V, about Lufkin!! JYou'll
make :your contribution, "serious-
Donald L. Griifies
County Secretary of F.I-f.A. V
- "ShucksZ" No book reportsfin the
V' mechanical engineering V field,
"Grimes.?" V i
1 Billy Hackleman
"Bill','V efiD,E. Club, - Hopes to .
be a 'groeery store-manager. Has V
a goodastart. I A '
t Norman Hall
"Pooch'ie" - A.Y., Football, Bas-
C ketball, Baseball - Another "goin"
' for ,Uncle Sam.
Elizabeth jean Hamby 'V
"Liz" - ShorthariidilClulJ f- Am-
bition: Minister's Vwifeq Vtfonder .
if she has anyone in mind?
E' f Don Hamilton
A.Y.,1Library Club - After high
. school, what? There's more,
Harvey Eugene Hariiilton
"Harvey Handsome Hamilton" -
D.E. Club - Hopes to be a book-
Docsn t like
: like James.
A.Y., Girls' Rec. Y-Teen officer, National Honor
A Cappella Choir - No
term themes, "Nita,"
Billy Joe Henderson
High Senior officer, Homeroom
officer, Typing Club officer, A.Y.,
Tiger Band - WVants to be able
to say Uexegi monumentum aere-
prenniusf' No egocentric predica-
ments, "Prima 'Donnaf'
"Bobbie" - National Honor So-
ciety, AX., Girls' Rec.. 1-lomtrroum
officer Hates to write themes
but plans to grade them some
Sondra Elaine Henry
"Pep Squeak" - A.Y., D.E.
F.T.A. - Planning to be a Home
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Wilma Jane Hickerson
"Wimp'X - Homeroom officer,
A.Y., Choral Club - VVishes to-
teach "little ones" in the future.
D.E. Club H- Ambitious to 'become
Q Jerry Hill
"Echolis" - F.F.A., A.Y., Inter-
national Relations Club - Maybe
he will become a great horn-
blower in the Navy. -'Especially
on Columbus Day.
Betty Lou Hollowell
"Boots" - A.Y., F.H.A. officer -
This future author cloesn't like
Rose Marie Holmes
A.Y., Girls' Rec., F.T.A. -
"roommate," "Tillie the cat,
Bobby joe Holman
Science Club - VVants to be a
second "King Midas." .
almost human, "Rosie" thinks.
"We should strip the mask
Not only from men but from
And restore each object its own
Christine Houghton Mary Huckabee Patricia Hutchison
Girls Rec., A,Y., National Honor "Molly" - Has Liberty produced Pat Shorthand Club AY c
Society, F.T.A. - Future billing: an Olympic star? - "VVell, aint A quiet little girl with a bii, vision tethnlcalities but
Chris" Houghton, editor of New that nicc?l' by word Hupmobilel l6Cl'lI1lCHl faflm trouble Whig
A Cappella Choir, Choral Club
4- A future business man with
,an aversion for turnips. "Holy
Clyde Jones i
"Clyde Beaty - A.Y:, Drains Club
officer - A happy-go-lucky news
paper boy with a desire to be a
Science Club, Anirilal, A.Y. -
Texas High's future poet. Has
already won prizes for his poems.
Pete Frank Kaburich
Library Club officer, A.Y. - An
old master at the bop- - Love-
"Charlie" - National Honor So-
ciety, , Student Council, Science
Club - A future minister who
X will probably preach against gos-
Annual, A.Y. council, F.T.A. of-
ficer, National Honor Society,
Hoxneroom officer, Girls' Rec.,
Girls' Chorus - "Li-Annie" wants
to t'each the little ones the way
the ball bounces.
Mary Pauline Kelly
"Tootsie" - Girls' Chorus, Typ-
ing Club - She's a "jolly good
gal" and will be a better secre-
"Mutt" - D.E. 'Club officer -
Plans to count the nickels and
dimes in his own Five-and-Ten.
or Society, A.Y.,
le e raduate.
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Lamb Doris Lambert Betty Lawley Helen Lay
, National Hon- "Daisy" - junior American Citi- "Black" - Girls' Rec., A.Y. - Her Girls' Rec., A.Y., National Hono
D.E. Club - zens, A.Y., National Honor So- desire is to be a heautician with, Society - Another beautician
is to be a col- ciety, Homeroom officer -- Plans a college education. Get together with "Black," "Hel
The moment arrives at last
A hush falls - and the show.
jfy Horace Lea
t "HOSE," - ,Choral Club - Our
OWU Watch,,'r.adio, and T.V. re-
,pairnian fromfway back.
h Mary Sue Line S,
"Short Stufff' - G,irls"Rec.foffi.
Cer, A.Y., National Honor Society,
Annllalgf--'FiT,.A. 'Hopes not to
stay at home and study when rtt
she goes to college. j V
A -IohnrjyLineberger if
Football, iii' National Honor
Of iHlCICSl and
E Tommy Long iii, 1 1
"Red" - F.F.A. officer 'A .
cessful loafer, he hopes. .lzi Qi.
.-'Glo-Belle"?:4iGirls' Chorus, A.Y.,
Latin Club?-fQBet she won't take
math in college.
"Magoo" - Senior Class officer, ,--t'
junior American Citizens cifficerg'
A.Y. Council, National Hqhor Sofa'
ciety, Student Council,
Seems to fall for quarterlgaclgsy.
Shirley LaVerne McDonald
"Tootsy" - The quiet type who
has an ambition to be a book-
ohn McElheney, jr. Carol McGee
- A.Y., Drama Club - "Sally" - A.Y., Girls' Rec.
he love to hear a story!!! Headed for T. U.
"Bred" - National Honor Society,
to be worried about his
Future? lb?Qj'l?SES Club at
IW' 3 - 2? -Gil' Zin WD.. LAK,
one middle name? as .Y
as gfwfw' ima 9.525
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- A.Y., junior American
eitizetngw aeeei A ."lfttle girlie on? her
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National Q-Ionfir Society Some J
guy will bg lucky is
Honor Society, F.
Club - "Maynor'will
a career with any
"Charlie" - A.Y., fiIigerNl'Ba11cl,
Science Club --W.i,1.wn0r have V
any trouble with term themes in
college because there'lI be a
teacher in 'the family.
.,5"Red",.:9l- Science Club, A.Y. -
Thisgfuture preacher hates 'to be
always Without money.
"Mickey" - Future Nurses Club
officer - Airplane passengers will
be charmed with this airline
Iaequelyn Morgan Martha Morris
jackie" - A.Y., Y-Teens, Ch01'1ll Choral Club, Gifls' Chorus A
Society Club - Hopes she won't meet any Cappella Choir - She won't take
He wants to mise guys at college. math in college!
Football, A.Y., Council, National
Honor Society, Homeroom Officer'
- Dumb girls will have the "typ-
ical attitude" toward joe in his
A future engineer whose main
hobby is reading.
Girls' Rec. - She left us for Long-
"Midgie" - A Cappella Choir,
Girls' Chorus. Girls' Rec., A.Y.,
Homerooni officer - "Heavens to
Betsy, I hate to be disappointed!
I wanna be a nurse."
"Nigger" - Football, A.Y. F
VVants to dodge the draft and
A.Y., Football - just "let john
do it," jerry.
"It is an irksome word and task:
And when heir laughed and said
He shows, as he removes the mask,
A face thafs anything but gay."
Mary Jayne Nash
A.Y., Girls, Rec., National Honor
Society, F.'I'.A. - "Don't be silly,'
"jaynie," there're no bats in study
l - . -
not by choice, hates to wait J g p
neone. won't-have to take history ques
Shorthand Club, A.Y., - Ambi-
tion: To own one hundred pairs
of shoes - figure that out geo-
Catherine Olivet P
A.Y. Council, Girls' Rec. officer,
F.T,A., -1 "Baby Catherine" prob-
ably will attend 'l'.U. - for obvi-'
D.E. Club - Lucky boy! Got out
of school in the afternoons . . .
P john Owen
National- Honor Society, Tiger
Band - "Mutt" will probably de-
sign a new "Hot Rod" model.
ig Mary John Pappas
K "Johnnie" - Girls' Rec. officer,
' F.T.A. I officer, A.Y., National
Honor Society - Wfants to come
K back to 'l'.H.S. as an English
teacher - WVhat a break for
David Allen Pate
"Pates" - Plans to ,join the Navy
or Air lforce - Hates gum smack-
ers and loud-nionthed people. F?
W Virginia Fay Pate
' "Ginger', V- Choral Club, A.Y.,
Girls' Chorus, Choral Class librar-
ian - "Gotta go" after that busi-
Rodney Clayton Peacock
"Hot Rod" - F.F.A. officer, A.Y.
- Another Navy man.
Alacklyn Ann Neely Inn Nelon Lillie Ruth Nunn
Majorette, A.Y., A "jackie" '- A.Y.. Y-Teens, Girls arrin Jim AY Football Little un National Honor So
Choir This civics stu Chorus - VVhat heavenly days Baseball How can an engineer cety AY F'l A Drama Club
when ackie is a steno ra her and skip ahssics Show offs and ossl ers don t
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Um' Crowbar AY Drama Club Football, A.Y. - "Little Willie" AY Science Club Look ou
7l"' Jeslefs "wtf-'Il smb Hell miss little sister when he plans to be a civil engineer. big league baseball here com
graduates ' Bronko
A.Y., D.E., Girls' Rec. -- Don't
rush "Mott" Clemg she's working
on a medrcatrsecretary career.
Choral Club After
graduation no pop tests
Sirah Theresa Polls L-
A.Y.. 'National Honor Society,
Girls'5'Rec. - Meet our future
woman -fisaxxi-lmonesff '-fDr.f Sarie
Polk. , .rryt J s w
'A.Y.. Suence Club Plans trip
to the moon in the hopes there
won't be anv spelling up there
Gene tt'il' Pomeroyj ' o
Tiger Band, National ,-A, Honor S04
ciety, A.Y., Science Club Q- How
can a billionaire tell anyone to
"calm down"? f
Janet Lee Powell
A.Y., Homeroom officer - nj. .
must like "dog food" snacks. CD0
they have 'em at Texas U.?
,"Pat' A Y Shorthand Club of
, ,,Vi ficer Why girl what IS your
junior American Citizens Club
officer, National Honor Society,
Carroll Lee Prigmore
A.Y.. Boys' Chorus, Band Mana-
ger, A Cappella Manager, Girls'
Chorus Manager - "l'rig's" bound
to be a super manager one of
these days. . Look out, women
drivers. Q, - 'Q ,
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ofi1a1'Ray"' - A
VVhen Bill Turner comes home,
he couldn't ask for a better wife.
Thomas Edward Reddin f
National Honor Societyp
Latin Club officer Homeiioem
officer Ioves scouting -' ?'Big
'Iom s ambition is to be angelecri
tromcs engineer I dont know.f' t
Sidney Faye Rishel
Junior American 'sl' Citizens Club -
Likes secretary work but not
bossy people. Gotta have a' boss!
AY Tiger Band lyplng Club" -
No doubt about Joes future.
Farmer is bound to be a ranch'
V r Ray- Ryan
"Skeet"'- e Choral ,,,-l Club, A Cap-
pella Ghoir, A.Y.i - A first rate
tenor.j1Plans to enter the field'
of commercial art.
Ruby Fave Sellman..
Girls Rec AY A Cappella '
Choir Girls Chorus My good-
ness Ruby will nesei give up '
'V A Charles Sharp
Tiger fBand, Boys' Chorus -
"Preacher" doesn't think slow
drivers ought to be allowed. At
Senior High one period a day.
Shaw International Relzilgions
Club Hey you' There are
no short hours in electronics.
Chelious luanita Rachal
A.Y., Girls' Rec., Student Coun-
cil officer, National Honor So-
ciety - "Chelsie" dislikes squir-
rel hunting. lfklonder why?
Pe Smith Nancy Snipes
Red" - A.Y., Shorthand Club Nannie Cirs Rec A
officer - My lands, another sec- FTA Shes mad for it
TCIHTYH teaching that is
Annual, Drama Club officer, A.Y.
Council, Homeroom officer, Na-
tional Honor Society, F.T.A. of-
ficer f'K.K.", not Peggy, will
be happy when she becomes' an
airline hostess. X
Lajuana Ann Supp
Cheerleader, junior American
Citizens Club officer, Student
Council officer, National Honor
Society, A.Y.- Council, Annual
"Vvann1e" wontt be disappoint
ed in teaching school.
Bobby Rex Stokes
"Zeke" A.Y., Boys' Chorus, A
Cappella Choir Oh, wow, Uncle
Sam, here's another Navy guy.
Tiger Band, Swing' Band, A.Y.,
Band Club -Q It might be that
way in your book, Rahdedah, but
not everybody reads- your book.
Choral Club, Girls' Chorus- Be-
ware, "Lurby" is a man-hater -
Can she be successful without
Durwood P. Swanger
Football, AJY., Basketball, Na-
tional Honor Society, Baseball,
Senior Class officer - "Derry"
dreams of a shingle reading: Dr.
"Joe Mc" - Science Club officer
He hates himself, not his fa
'mous assembly plays.
Frank Symonds, .
Plans to be a "grease monkey"
or a gunsrnith - He doesn't like
people who gripe.
your nose up around "Boots"
Charles H. Temple
National Honor Society, Latin
Club - He's still trying to learn
how to shift gears quickly -
"Sonny," it might be the carbu-
Choral Club, A Cappella
Girls' Chorus - DOI1'l
"Tubby" - A.Y., Girls' Rec.. Na-
tional Honor Society, F.T.A.,
Homeroom officer, - She may
grow up one of these days. No
A ,joke, she dislikes her nickname.
Richard D. Tippie
A.Y., Science Club officer - '
"Dickie" is waiting to make a
million so he can retire. 'V
National Honor Society, A.Y.,
Girls' Rec., A Cappella Choir,
Girls' Chorus - Good deal,
"Tornbstone"! WVhat's better' than
John Matthew Vaughan
"Mat" - Science Club officer -
a draft-dodgr that hates the Na-
tional Guard. A ,
Girls' Rec., A.Y.,' National Honor
Society. .What a break for the
, passengers on "Nita's" flight.
Judy VValker ,
"Red" - AX., Majorette, Nation- V ,,.- E WAV '
al Honor Society, Homeroom of-
ficer, 'Girls' Rec., ,F'l'.A., Band - XJ '
Club - Don't panic, Johnny. She W up
hates her nickname. viz
' Royce Wlatson
International Relations Club, A.Y.
- "Doc" wants to be an account-
"The play is done, the curtain
Slow falling to the promptefs
A moment yet the actor stops,
And looks around, to say fare-
Robert VVickliffe Temple
Drama Club, A.Y., Track - An-
other author at T.H.S. All right,
Donald Keith Thomas
Football manager, Baseball, Sci-
ence Club - Has laid plans to
be a petroleum engineer. Good
luck, "Donald Duck."
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Vivian Westerman johnny l'Vhitlock
A.Y., Girls' Rec., F.T.A. - lNatch "John jo" - A.Y., Library
out, you future millionaires, be- Basketball, Baseball - His
cause "Pug's" going to marry for bition is Judy.
James A. l1Vilbur
"Buddy" - Choral Club. Nothing
wrong with wanting to be an
oilman. But there'l1 be English
,... Clem lfV1ll1an1s
2'-'.National Honor Society,
, f'--t' iClub-,,fSenior Class officer,
Hybfjyroom Koifiycer - "Martha,
if is FClemy's'A
jerny,mC,arroll Wlillianig S
National i'Hlmor Society! "-' tsciience
Club- for, '..,
Cheerleader, igwmflilalziiaella Cliiigjr,
boys' Yciifll have ifto
Qf'whip" aM,sQake futugie
Helen Lucille Wilsdin
"Lucy" - A.Y., Girls' -
Hope being a secretary be
as rough as gym class. 'if'
ChQeerleadeE,,oli1,ational Honor So-
ciety, A.Y. Cofincil, Drama Club
Wmaofficer, Basefiaatl A "Ellsworth"
just wants happy.
Bobby Vlfright yzxoo,
VA.Y., Science Club - "Sherlockf,f,g""
'llow's"going to take up engingeyr-
Honor Society, Foot-
ball, A.Y. -1 If "Tiny" teaches
his engineering as he tackled for
the Tigers, he has it made. He
also made T. D.'s.
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james Markham ., .S,............ President
Jerry King ,.I,,,, W.,W.II V ice-President
Patty McAdams - ,L , Z L q,,....M.. Secretary
Carolyn Bob Loe ........ Program Chairman
HIGH SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
DHIIHY Petty' -f--... Z s M ...C,,.. President
Herbert Hester ., L ., L L -L -Vice-President
Judy Sf2if1iOH .-w. ..,: Z .....,.. S ecretary
Roger Goolsby ,-- .,,, Program Chairman
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Rex Ray .... ..-- President
Wade Fowler --- Vice President
Jerry Huggins --- Secretary
Lynette Pearson -L Program Chairman
Dora Faye Coleman
Dorothy Jo Collins
Jo Ann Cook
i ll unior Class
Mary Ruth Day
Billie Jo Erie
Mary Lou Griffin
Alton Guest, Jr.
Vance Guyse, Jr.
Martha Sue Hays
lylartha Ann Lemo
Carolyn Bob Loe
Betty Jo McDonald
Nancy Lou McDonald
J. Q. Mahaffey
Bobbie Jean Neal
Pearlie Joe Newman
Billie Lou Perry
David Roberts, Jr.
Mary Nell Roden
YViley Rood, Jr.
Frank Springer, Jr.
Ray Waters, Jr.
Doris Ann Davis
i ll Sopholnore C ass
J. L. Eldridge
Shirley Ann Eunderburk
Jimmie Ray Goodson
VVillie hlae Hamm
Beverly Ann Hunt
Betty Jo Lindsey
Nina Ruth Loyd
Patricia Ann Martin
Eva Ann Pearson
Betty Lou Ponder
Mary Jane Powell
Mary Lou Reed
Lena Margaret Thedford
Lois Ann Thompson
Lena Mae Tyler
Norma Jean VVhite
Myra Joe Williams
Elaine VV ood
Carolyn VV right
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Eddie Joe Daines
Patricia Ann Jones
Patricia Sue Jones
Essie E. Kennedy
Jo Ann Ledbetter
VValter W. Park, J
Bobby Joe Phillips
Bobby Jean Pool
Betty Jean Ramsey
Lennie Tucker, Jr.
Jo Ann Bishop
Mary Lou Caddenhead
William T. Freeman
Luther Gri son
Dorothy Mae Marshall
Harvey Jerel Matthews
Arlee Anne Miles
VV ayne Ogden
Joe Mike Ross
Donald VVayne Sivley
Bettie Lou Smith
John Ann Sullivan
James Edward White
James Gordon VVhite
Elizabeth A. VVhitlock
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Dorothy A Anderson Patsy Bonham Judy Walker
Carroll Prigmore Charles Maxwell
M155 Nona Eagle
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Sandra Byrom M-- ...A Treasurer Linda Gaston Mary Jane Nash
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Eva Ann Pearson
Billie Lou Perry
Mary Jane Powell
Bettie Lou Smith
Miss Irene Burkett
Kenneth Greene ,.n,,.,...,.., President
Ioe Morriss -aa ,..,,..,.., Vice-President
Lajuana Stipp --, -,., .,,.. Recording Secretary
Liane Kelly .,.,,e aa--Corresponcling Secretary
Wayne Windle at ,V ,...n........ Treasurer
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Patty McAdams President
Mike Nance Vice President
Monica Callahan Secretary Treasurer
LaNelle W1ll1amS Program Chairman
Royce Watson ...........sAHc - ,... President
Kenneth Greene --- ...... Vice-President
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Margaret jane Gill
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Betty Joe McDonald
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Dorothy Jo Collins
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Jo Sue Freeman
Betty Lou Hollo
Mar'orie Hud ins
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Carolyn Bob Loe
Betty Jo McDonald
Mary Jayne Nash
Lillie Ruth Nunn
Mary John Pappas
Eva Ann Pearson
Billie Lou Perry
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Secretary ,,,,,.,,, .... S ally McClure
Program Chairman ,, rscs VVick Temple
Derwood Swan er
Sara Lou Vaughan
Flora D. Walraven
lllgh Junior Play
One Wild Night directed by Mrs
Larry Renshaw, was successfully pro
duced in the Schools auditorium on
Thursday evening March 10 Those
taking part in this three act farce were
Tommy ester Ins Nash Preston Wal
drop Carolyn Bob Loe Betty Brennan
Charles Thornton une Cary Sonny
Jackson Betty Lou Smith Ronnie Cam-
mill Dale Wallace ohn Ann Sullivan
Sonja White Ann McClendon, o Ann
Cook, Mahaffey, Pat VVright.
The principals in the popular oper-
etta, "HMS Pinafore," by Gilbert and
Sullivan, which was given in late May,
were Martha Ann Lemons, John Bunch,
William Karrh, Preston Waldrop, Ann
James, John Everist, Pat Wright, and
Merajen Murdock. The operetta, di-
rected by Mr. Jess Pettey, Miss Nona
Eagle, and Mrs. Benshaw, was the fi-
nale of the dramatic activities of Senior
0ne-Act Contest Play
The contest play, "Nobody Sleeps,"
also directed by Mis. Benshaw, was
given at the lnterscholastic League Meet
in Kilgore on April 14. Pictured are the
actors - Eva Ann Pearson, Janelle Dix-
on, Jo Ann Cook, Irene Brown, and
Senior High Play
The High Senior Play, another produc-
tion directed by lVlrs. Ptcnshaw, was a
three-act comedy entitled "Papa Says
No". lt was given on May 6. The char-
acters included Bryan Brooks, Janet
Buchanan, Wick Temple, Chris Hough'
ton, Liane Kelly, Stuart Daniels, Bill
VVilson, VVayne VVindlc, Kaye Stafford,
Peggy Platte, Sandra Byrom, Jane Cra'
ver, Clyde Jones, and Mary Sue Line.
Preston Waldrop and
Liane Kelly Martha Ann Lemons
DAR Good Citizenship Award All-State Choir
Q-,gg Q. 11
TDavid Terry and Mary Lee Yokum Perry Suggs
Tohn Pappas All-State Guard United States Navy Band
Mr .dnd Mrs, F. T. A. Texas Sports Writers
Wick Temple Peggy Platte, Carolyn Bob Loe
"1 Speak for De1n0cmcy" Sally McClure, Catherine Olivet
Contest Winner AY Delegates to Buck Hill Falls, Pa.
Carolyn Bob Loe h Lillian Lamb
JO nny Lineberggr 4 Sfufe S6CT8td7'y
President of District FTA All-State Center Molly Mayer and Max Sellers
. Delegates to State Convention
Carolyn Lollar Dallas Tunes Herald and Fort Worth Sondra Henry
Corresponding Secretary of Sm Telegram SPOUS Writers DE Sweetheart and Alyermte Delegate
' ' Ca lM e
District FTA Alterrlste Illgeiate
Q2 K I
The Tigers inade their first home stand against
the potent South Oak Cliff Bears from Dallas. A
pair of costly fumbles and a passing attack that
wouldn't click left the Tigers on the short end of
a 21-14 score.
The Tigers took their revenge out on Denison the
next week by smothering the Yellow-Jackets 53-O.
Billy Erie scored three touchdowns, George McKin-
After an open date, the Tiger den was invaded
by the powerful, purple-togged Lufkin Panthers.
The Tigers fell apart in the second quarter, but re-
covered too late to keep the Panthers from a 41-20
The next week the Tigers bounced back from their
costly defeat, scoring a second-quarter touchdown
and holding the tally to a 7-O victory over the pre-
viously unbeaten Nacogdoches Dragons. James Mon-
roe, Billy Erie, James VVedding, Danny Petty, and
Johnny Lineberger were outstanding.
Then the Myersmen, supported by a special train-
load of fans, invaded Marshall. James VVedding
paced the squad to a 26-6 victory.
Scoring four touchdowns in six minutes, the
Tigers easily rolled over their rival Tigers from Mt.
Pleasant, 40-O, the following week. VVayne Murray
and Danny Petty were standouts.
Famed Catfish Smithis Longview Lobos howled
into town to meet the Bengals, who, by the most out-
standing playing of the season, stashed away a 34-0
victory in their last home game.
The vengeful Tigers journeyed to Kilgore for the
Turkey Day classic. To the surprise of the fans,
Tackle Lee Yokum scored two touchdowns on
passes from James Monroe, and the Tigers finished
their schedule with a 46-6 victory over the Bulldogs.
Mr. Eudell Dicus
End Coach and Baseball Coach
Mr. William Malcolm
Mr. Gerald McMullen
Assistant HB" Team Coach
The pre-season prediction for the 1954 Tigers
was, "We'll be lucky to win half our games." The
amazing Tigers, however, won eight games and lost
only two, finishing second in the district.
A determined bunch of Tigers traveled to Tem-
ple for the season opener. Sparked by a sensational
52-yard pass play from James Monroe to James
Markham, the Tigers roared from behind in the last
four minutes to bring home a 13-7 victory.
The following week, the "under-do s" invaded
Little Rock and brought home a rain-sojted 2-O vic-
tory. Aided by the aggressive Tiger line, Kenneth
Greene let loose a smashing tackle in the first quar-
ter to give the Myersmen a safety which proved to
be the only score.
Mr. VV atson Myers
Athletic Director and Head Coach
Mr. lV1orris Groce
Bzll Fazres comes from behind to tackle the Longvzew ball carrier and stop
a possible touchdown threat
Temple --- ,.,,. -
Little Rock .....,
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Longview ...., - -
Kilgore - - -
- - --There
Swanger 15 bezng swampeol by the Lobos after a banal-off from Monroe
Yokum becommv an elzgzlale pass recewer, drags three Bulldog tacklers over
Wedding, circling right end, attempts to elude a bevy of Dragons.
james Weddzng lays a block agaznst the Naeogdoches Dragons as arnes
Monroe carries around left end.
"B" TEAM RAMBLERS
Front Row: Phillips, Shumate, Tinsley, Surbey, Tannyhill, Rose. Middle Row: Rhoclen
Steward, Kackley, Haire, Butler, Daines, Davis, Wright. Back Row: Marshall, Robin-
son, Oliver, Shi p, Iones, Johnson, Guest. Fant.
Who goofed? - looks like Wedding and a Lobo, as Kenneth Greene moves
up to investigate the puzzling situation.
Beauford Jester Guard
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222 Main Dial 3-4128
FLOYVER and GIFTS
Day 3-5125 Night 3-3229
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Tilson 84 Company
M. D. Tilson, Jr.
Oran H. Scurlock
For Teen-agers . . .
A Campus Favorite
323 E. Broad Dial 2-9141
Office Equipment Co.
311 and 313 Main Street
Dial 3-6135 Texarkana
Courtesy Cleo ne rs
Dub and Bryce Clayton
2410 New Boston Road
Modern Vic-Tone Process
34 Corpet Co.
200 East Broad Street
The Tool House
1321 VV. 7th
Surplus W'ar Supplies
Tools, Barrels, Spark Plugs, Etc. For Your
MALTS - SI-IAKES
Dial 3-4303 620 W'est 5th SANDVVICHES
Leo - Ritz
. . . for college
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HOTEL MCCARTN EY
BANQUETS . . . AND . . . PARTIES
Men's, Boys', and Girls' Wear
104 W. Broad
Phone 3-6115 Texarkana Phone 3-6116
Only the Best - Cut-Rate Drugs
Dial 3-4171 301 Main
The REXALL Store
1613 Texas Avenue Phone 3-8121
Kittrell Insurance .
ALL KINDS OF of
318 Pine - Phone 3-8532 Lcwley Mach e S Op
, l , 1622 Spruce Dial 3-9992
Dick Carr Tommie Kittrell
of Carglle Motor
COVNPC' HY CHEVROLET - CADILLAC
Complete Stage Equipment OLDSMOBILE
1721 Spruce Dial 3-4933
E. O. MCALISTER, OWNER
FRESH MEATS - GROCERIES
Dial 2-4462 8th Sc Laurel St.
QQ! Boss Furniture Co.
Q JCC? Q git-ii? 5
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fl, C at B woy Borber
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Everything for the Build Martin Patterson
Ph 3 3121 3 d gc O k Official TIGER Photographer
Appl icmce Co.
Sales and Service
Dial 2-8872 102 Olive St
H. B. Wren
I i Typewriters - Adding Machines
PROD CTS 307 Pine 3-5862
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REXALL DRUG STORE
Dial 3-3472 - 32-2261
2300 New Boston Road
306-8 Main Dial 3-8551
W. S. Chance Co.
Goon POSITIONS WAITING!
BUSINESS COLLEGE 84
Be a Guest Any Day in Our
Classes and Then Decide
Ph. 3-6332 Bob McClure, Bus. Mgr
422 State Line
DODGE - PLYMOUTH
Whatever your dream of success may be, a Saving Account can help you
to make it a reality. Start saving here - and keep it up. Enjoy the
grand feeling that comes with having money in the bank.
The State National Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1907 ------ 1955
Ben F. mith Dr Goods Compan
"lF lT'S NEW --
lT'S AT SMITH'S"
Phone 3-6555 3024 Wood St.
F. M. Suggs
Commercial and Residential Bldg
Texarkana, Texas ft
213 Pine Street Phone 3-7272
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2000 Newfl Boston Rdad
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Scottie's Sweet Shop
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Gun 81 Tackle Shop
220 west Third
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OPEN ALL NIGHT
Front and State Line
R. C. QSAPJ WALKER L da
Cullom -Wdlker FINERMMQ' WEAR
- PACKARD - 203 sAsr snow .
Mack Trucks General Tires
Grim Hotel Drugs
911 Main Street
Thur-Clean Dry Cleaning
Phone 3-3179 Mrs. Lena Marple 411 Hazel Dial 28433
Watches and Diamonds
In the State National Bank
210-212 State Line
Polmer's Gro. 84 Mkt.
was w. 7th Dial 3-4021
Buhrmon - Phorr
Third and Ash
717 , 7
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842 SSta.te Line Dial 2-30
WOMACK'S MODERN CLEANERS
Dry Cleaners - Furriers - Dyers - Cold Storoge
210 West 7th St. Diol 3-6872
' , Pontiac Automobiles International Trucks
eg 9+ ring? .
S in ' 3 U. S. Royal Tlres
7th ond Spruce
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Gus Kennedy Shoe
122 East Broad
Home of Registered Diamonds
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Texarkana's Leading jewelers
the new fashion
Quality Pianos and Service
106 E B d Ph 2-4232
ast ma one Established 1893
309 E. Broad
YOl'beI'l'yIS Compliments And
Grocery 84 Mo rket
Home of Better Foods
1223 County Ave. Phone 2-5881
Radio Center Building
1400 ON YOUR DIAL
2018 New Boston Road
Guy's Orange Stand
7th AND ouvis
1015 Texas Phone 3-3843
Right Lubricant- Right Place
Bane Motor Co.
NEW AND USED CARS
8th 84 Texas 3-7322
Hoffman Sc CBS TV
Seven - Eleven
Appliances and Toys
24125 New Boston Road
C OM PLI M ENTS
Cleaners - Hatters
418 State Line -409 East 7th
Texarkana, U. S. A.
Dorothy D. Brown's
Quality Merchandise - - -
- - - Nationally Advertised
A'You will look like a page out of
Mademoiselle in Style Shoppe apparel'
816 west 7th sin-et
6th and Hazel Dial 2-7022
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Dan T. Smith, Owner of
Star Tires . u i '
Recapping and Vulcanizing Phillips Refrigeration
Phone 3-4782 - 905 New Boston Rd. Dial 3-8021 llth and Bowie
Best VVishes to the Class of '55
Texarkana, U. S. A.
J. R. Crowder Agency
308 State Line
Insurance - Bonds
Electric .... Standard
3692 . -
214 W'Vest Third Street
Sales - Service - Rentals - Supplies
Centrol Music Co.
"Music to Fit Your Mood"
Juke box rentals for special
916 State Line 2-6592
C ONIPLINIEN TS
w. R. Kelly
1 HoI1H81 Fountleroy
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5. . 1401 Spruce
Broad at Walnut Dial 22-2706
Phone S-4341 '
fVetrcmo's Cleoners of
1213 West 7th Phone 3-3492 Rehkopf Mattress CO.
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1521 Texas Ave. 602 State Line Compliments
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1801 West 7th
2526 New Boston Road
"Good Shoes Since 1911"
102 East Broad
Rehkopf Gro. 81 Mkt.
No. 1-408 Whitaker 3-8081
No. 2-617 Burma 3-5711
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Where Fashion Reigns
Willioms Rodio cmd
715 West 12th Street
3rd and Pecan 2-6149
Hortslworrm Tile Co.
TILE AND MARBLE
903 Beech Street
McWi l I ioms Stotionery
"Supplying Every Office Need"
310 Main St. Dial 3-6103
Gifts - Greeting Cards
Orro D. VVITZANSKY
Store No. 1 Store No. 2
121 E. Broad 5th 8a Hazel St.
Phone 2-4149 Phone 2-7651
Texarkana's Leading Drug Store
Grocery 84 Market
A Complete Service
25th and Wood
Moore Tire 84
319 East Broad
Glass 81 Mirror Works
J. J. Newberry Co.
110-112-114 West Broad
7th and Waterall Streets
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F or Women
Two State Hobby
A. D. Schnipper
l002 Wood Street
Southwest Printers 84
308 East Broad Dial 2-4222
Texarkana, U. S. A.
1502 State Line Dial 22-2161
S ond S Supply
"Complete Outfitters for
217 E. Broad St. 300 W. Broad St
Texarkana, Ark. Texarkana, Tex
WATCHES - DIAMONDS
KAISER - w1LLYs
2203 E. 9th St. Phone 2-9440 113 W- BTOHC1 19110116 3-7581
Porter McClure Co. COMPLIMENTS
Downtown and New Boston Road
LoVe rrme Byrom
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House ot Flowers
515 Main Telephone 32-6951
Member Fresher Flowers Artistically
Federal Deposit Insurance Arranged
For No Extra Cost
1617 Texas Ave. Phone 3-8832
D. C. SANDERS
TOMTS TOASTED PEANUTS
"Why nickels leave home"
2418 Pine Dial 3-7629
Rose Oil Company
Mississipppi South's Largest
L. C. LATHAM, GEN. NIGR.
W. S. Dickey
Cloy Mfg. Co.
Clay Sewer Pipe
Not Affected by Sewer Gas or Acids
Olive'r's Food Shop
504 Buchanan Avenue
For Free Delivery
HOrley'DGV1dSOn S0195 Morguenitels
1704 Boulevard Beauty
Compliments ' '
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Infants , Girls' and Boys' Clothing
Toys and Chi1dren's Furniture
1603 Texas Ave. Dial 32-1423
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Insurance - Bonds
Phone 3-51 15 Texarkana
Sells Insurance '
81 Supply Co.
1007 West 3rd Dial 32-2724
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REDDY KILOWATT is ready
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the growth of every community.
He's ready, too to cooperate
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Refrigeration - Air Conditioning
G 0 D F R E Y
1401 West 7th St, Dial 3-5179
J. M. white - J. R. White
Victor Adding Machines
Smith Corona Typewriters
k It Texarkana U.S.A
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tx QVLEWIS BUICK
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"Feather Your Nest with
a Little Down"
400 VV. Broad Street
1106 Hazel Dial 3-416
Highway 59 Texarkana of
Le Grormde ond Sons
WELDING AND IRON
WORKS Wholesale Only
410 South Lelia Phone 32-1982
Over 80 Acres Fine
Evergreens - Shrubs - Roses
Complete Landscaping Service
EAST FUNERAL ll0ME
Sixth and Olive - Dial 3-3141
Compliments ,of I
, The Sjliljent Body ond Faculty
1 of the
FOUR STATES BUSINESS COLLEGE
cmd'Texos Avenue Texorkcmo, U. S. A
HUNT PLUMBING SUPPLY
CDMPANY 0F TEXARKANA
GOLDEN ROYAL MILK
MILK AND ICE CREAM
1516 Texas Avenue Phone 32-3761 - 32-3762
H. Kress 81 Co.
Baldwin Pianos and Organs
Magnavox Television and
Band Instruments and Records
Dial 2-5103 or 2-3511
Fox Tire Company
1501 New Boston Road
Geo. Clark and
Ciao. B. CLARK H. F. HoLDEN,J
110 Pine Street
Savoy Hotel Building
CCSLLINS and wu.uAMs
FINE VVEARING APPAREL FOR MEN AND BOYS
james Collins David Williams
104 East Broad PHONE 2-3324
3rd 8: Texas Phone 3-3081
Bottled under authority of the Coca-Cola Company by The Texarkana
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