Thomas Jefferson High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Port Arthur, TX)

 - Class of 1956

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Q XX f Fw-Y, :.' .. .SQ W. ?QjgT':X Q ,X X Mcrii ffqs, '-1:'.5f-Iiwf - " X . i 0 'twfsf in f X w 7 X . -'Z f ' NJ i " ' X: x lf' "PN iRiY3Xli1"i K 'X lx-R1 - X' FXQXJQ-I 'XVI f Wfif-'V' Q s .-R N fs. K we fs9xs1:XXs.,sr . S VX i - ' X X X Xs-SXSW QNX X X K 'ff Sis? X-at A 3k,.,,1, ss r " gli g X XX .5 ,4. F.-S DEDICA now. I 1 do ,C iff, nn jt..fi7e2 el HL L ,4 ix Her pafierzfe har made iff Jeeizre. Her a.f.fi5fam'e har mail e ar rfroizger. Her affeffiorz har made ar feel u'ar2fea'. 1 Oar aleiirey were her goal. Oar racrery war her afeompliflmzerzt. She u'a5 the hrialge fo the greater thing: She war Zhe path to oar final goal. She if, and ezfer Jhall he, oar rhampiorz v oar heroine, oar friend. dedicate the 1956 YELLOW JACKET to Miss Louise Pfeiffer, our much loved and respected teacher and friend. XY'ith fondest affection, and deepest gratitude, we lovingly 4 I, 1 "k9WZ?" if Z iff X441 if i M55 fffawfe -. 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XV: look at our home tity and dream of thc future when wc shall have platus ot' importance in run- ning its .1l,l..llI'S. The community looks at us and st-cs thc efforts we art- making to be good Port Ar- thurans. L 'v 'NWROU j inofninfs inns -11 lzgofwa x-,Q 2 AY. 1 i I X X11 N 'N ltlx Lv' -r l """""" 4 Pi Litlkff ', Y wi Loi ., ii. l D t T -A ', 9 3- 5 ill . Q Lrkll v Y hq.. f f fy , , , vw ? A 4+ n.x,, Fd I 1 1 .......A......T 13322 'HIII3 llliii IIIIII , mm ,vm , ,, ,W , r a ll . .,1 fi f",,,.,W-fr f f ' ,wi ' ' , mllzsnlf Leaders Today . . . Whether Winners or Losers G d A l'lr Hr V 7-4- l1l.l4VYl I. , , vsllo lOl ' V 4,,W,..wf,vl' S 1 If .7 F .f ,... ,, , V, ,. . .,. lfm .1lILr, cfnlly xurlmg M, A A my K tlmf: good fQf'f.1l'l'l 'llc 'HW' Z.,,i,Q,ef,'q4fW7bZf,, f ,, ,, ,,, . M ,,V. .. ,V . .- ' V ' M 4 1 f , I , r ,,, ,, , Qflffff f ,Z ' . H Whig J" 'ef H ' H , ,L 2, ,z 'iw ' f V 1, ' if ff , ,T . I ' - ' 'Q ,, V '. , ' 1 f-lfef X' , ,, ,RZ A, glad to lend the helping hand I oo Sports 5 Sometimes we would wonder if we could "ever make it" a second look makes us wonder even more . , . 'HSSV 'am W2 re K, W7 v 'b1in,. '-If . -V 9 .1 3 V N 'Pi' .A 2 , E EDlTOR'S MESSAGE This year has been the most exciting and fascinating Thomas jeff- erson has ever known. The student body was busy at lessons and having fun-very busy, They may have been too busy to realize that they were but a reflection, for Port Arthur, the object reflected, has also had a most exciting and fascinating year. But Port Arthur has seen students come and go, grow and prosper, and has taken them in. Port Arthur will soon be ready to take the present students into the community. She will be proud of them, and she will help them, and they will go far, for Fate has smiled on Port Arthur and, we trust, will continue to do so. In this book, we have attempted to show what Port Arthur saw as she looked at Thomas jefferson throughout the year. Here, too, we see Port Arthur, for is it not true that when we look at a reflection, we also see what is reflected? !'l JM Could we ever forget the first day we entered Tjfs halls of learning , . lv 145 we M lt has been grand, this school year 1955-1956 . .. If f, xx 'f -M X X X X I is - + , Q 1 , iii I :-1 .,i,- rl X ' fl maMMW.Wmmm.,.l,. ...M, ES SR X 5 ' MAN! ' x Q , fl ,Wx , o . rj le A x x f 2 1 W. St X if .c y 'QS :gl , A Q gr f f 125- V WMMM W""'M 21' qf'4-11.gisr5.r L ' , 2 f jr w 3 Hifi sf 5 . gl F ,f- ,Q yy N.-,f. -1' . l 1 " lf r, , 1 , V. l fx: 5' "pl 2 r l gi- " "Zh 'Fjfi Sb, ' "W " M, -M 1 f ff' V f V 42-3 51' f -- I A , fp, , 'll f l' 5 ' f 3,4 r., , in h XXXL' DO stand as true defenders of the old Maroon and Gold! P' Or 4 nst look at ' I -'S-xfg 115 we 5.11d goodbye each afternoon , . . '42 fx -R PRlNClPAL'S MESSAGE To all of you who may perchance pause to read these pages now or in the years to come, may I express the hope that as you grow older in years, may you also grow in wisdom, but lose none of your youthful enthusiasm for livingg that as you succeed in to material ways, may you gain in appreciation of things spiritualg that in the years come each of us may realize intimately the truth of the poet's words: "Give to llae uforfd Ike bert ffm! you bare, And the ber! wi!! mme bark to yon." a E E l Principal , stfvx-g'i' Q If iiggfx , :,, : ez Y 1 71 X s , it 3 7 4' 1, Qfffy, 9? 'WSW ea his vw- ,,,..X aw ,,...,n-N N " X x,...XQTS' W A A ' " Q iii W1 A ww' " 1-,..M.,.A - f WL.-9,: ww X' .W - XwQ5,.,.Q.x., NX W. ,,-M , K - .MW-nlsffkwxw' A ,M '1!Qwf1w1uil'H2f'V' xffwww X- W XX x K Y x Af-k,,,,,,3.,Mx A .x X - . . lk X wqnx ,, mm Z QiQfP - - ADMINISTRA TION-FACULTY - N3 js 2 . 4 , k , smvfx.i" 11 -'N -' T P T 1 3' at 4 T so 1 r T2 ' r 'ii . ' ' , 'V 35 T t 5 T , 6 .,.N ' ., fe L.: 'T . 1 pg ,Q r L Q I: AN -g,,1f.m P.: B t ' qv , 1 -' xg. :- v fs ra x , 15,33-EW - V , kg, 54, -' 31335 44 1 - vi 'L f ' "' The bridge to success in a wonderful town is formed by our teachers, not only those in Thomas jefferson High School, but those who started us on our journey as well. Teachers give us safe passage over currents that are sometimes wide and deep. ADMINISTRATION Z. T. FORTESCUE Szzjverizzlerzdezzf of Port flrlfam' Sz'f9orff.v' The Board of Education is a "must" in school administration. Matters and issues of great importance are decided by the board which is composed of local civic-minded men. Through the guid- ance and decisions of these men, the youth of today are prepared for the future, when they will become the leaders. BOARD OF EDUCATION MR. R. S. CROCKETT ,A INIR. ROY HAYES MR. LESLIE McINNIS ...fb MR. H. T. MULKEY MR. R. E. PRICE MR. LYNN STRAWN MR. FRED WILSON Vice Preridezzl Pye.,-idgfgf Members cf the U55 55 Pircnt Ieichers Association include seated Mrs Viguettc Mrs. Iwinntrwy. Mr I-Ienlex Mr Luquette Mis Fred min INIrs I-Iuhndorlf Standing Mr Miller Princii-,1lgMrs. Bethea Iwfrs Shari Mr Tliirntin Mrs XY llton Mrs Wilson Mrs Cinnadx hir I-Imx'.1rcl.NrS. Ones Mi' Stansell Nirs Stuensnn Inset Mrs Sam F Montrm President nt the PTA. OFFICE PERSONNEL COUNSELING STAFF 't if ff J .f ' '2 I , X ' 4 W f 8 ,, I I V I 'II f 'I li 4 E IVIR. LONNIE DEVALI. Assistant Principal Boys' Advisor Bncheloi' uf Science Southwest Texas State College Master of Science San Marcos I3 MISS EOLA GUNSTREAM Bachelor of Arts Baylor University Master of Arts University of Houston Head of Department Subject: Shorthand MRS. DELL HILLE Bachelor of Arts Mississippi Women's College Subject: Distributive Educa- tion Sponsor: Distributive Educa- tion Club MR. P. T, REYNOLDS Bachelor of Science Master of Arts in Education Sam Houston State Teachers .College Subject: Bookkeeping MR. JOSEPH KUSHNER Bachelor of Science in Busi- ness Administration Bachelor of Science in History Subjects: Typing, Occupations. and Comm. Math 4 3 L LIIYIIYIIIKLII-ll. 4 ' 'fysig Q-st.. N l E,t ' .pn-. v,,,,gQ 5, - B . ,A ,457 5 5 isfi ..'kv.g.J ,i . T r --tiff v Qyfjit ,Qs I ' A ii .i , j ' ' .J ' f -V ,f f - 41' i T 2 " 'N 2? a A f at a I 1 1, E H ' J- X 'E if ES:- i"i if T' ' f' A H 9X if , ' j Wy 1' i X jf' 1 M i i ijtie il' i A' if ' tj y ' . j tw 1 ,, 'fi qx, I . ' 'K I - W- I7 -J I 'A - A A few? , X - 3 ! Lima' 'Li fl MR. REX COPELAND Bachelor of Science Northwest Missouri State Master of Arts in Education Sam Houston State Teachers College Subject: Typing MISS PATSY ,IEFFERS Bachelor of Science Texas State College for W'omen MRS. MABLE SXYANZY B.1chelor of Science Texas State College for XY'omen Subject: Typing 1 ,f COMMERCIAL Y i all 2' ff ,ni r fl Nadine Searcy keeps her typewriter keys flying in an effort to improve her speed as well as her accuracy. COMMERCIAL To Furlziib Efficient S6H'EfLZ1'j6J' Click! Click! Click! The steady rhythm of the typewriters informs all passers- by that students are busy at work. Courses offered by the Commercial Depart- ment provide the background students need for vocations in the community. The Commercial Department gives a general view of how business is Con- ducted as students learn such things as how to budget earnings and get the most from the all-important dollar. W 'A' ' fc , iw "4 ENGLISH ,-'lid'-SEAM , 'rx 'i 'Ira ag, i e rife 1 A 1 44 , r t - f viz' j J -45" ,gf , , -. A I' 5 14 :V A f 2 s ,f ' i , 'M' ' I ' ' Sf X --fn tape. ',,,,.f- i i . it ' ' ff ar f ff ,.1i , - , I , .lff Q ,, .V .f ,, vw f -.,gi."f vga, .4 f ff fc Q. ., 2 ' Hwy if EN 7' .ll r 1 , ' 1 is -I r ltlxlxjmli lvhflzlxl l S MISS MAE BELLE PELTON Bachelor of Arts, Trinity University Master of Arts, University of TCXHS Heacl of Department Subject: English MR, WILL ACKER Bachelor of Science. East Texas State Teachers College Master of Arts, Southern Methodist University Subjects: Drama and Public Speaking Sponsor: Repertoire Players and Patriotic Committee MRS. ISABELLA BIERRING Master of Arts, Columbia University Bachelor of Arts, Sam Houston State Teachers College Subject: English Sponsor: Future Teachers MISS DORIS LYNN CRISP Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, Texas State College for Wfomen MISS LOUISE ERWIN Bachelor of Arts, Texas State College for Wfomen Master of Eclucation, Univ. of Houston Special Stucly at Columbia Lfniversity and University of Wlisconsin Subject: English Sponsor: junior Class. junior Cabinet MRS. FLONELLE GREER Bachelor of Arts, North Texas State College Subject: English Sponsor: junior Recl Cross MISS SARA HARRISON Bachelor of Arts, Sam Houston State Teachers College Subject: English MISS ARA GOLMON Master of Arts, Baylor Uniiersity Subject: English MRS. BETTY JEAN ATKINS Bachelor of Arts. Master of Arts. Texas Christian University Subject: English MRS. ETHEL REDMAN Bachelor of Science. Master of Educa- tion, Texas State College for XY'omen University of Houston Subjects: journalism ancl English Sponsor: THE YELLOXY' JACKET, THE PILOT INIRS. GERALDINIE -IOHNSON Bachelor ot Arts. East Texas State Teacliers College Master ot' Eclucation, I'nixersity of Houston Subject: English MISS MARGARET MILLER Bachelor ot Arts, Cumberlancl University Master ot Arts, George Pc-ahocly College Subject: English Sponsor: Senior Class, Senior Cabinet NIR. KENNETH PARKER Bachelor of Arts, Northeastern State College, Oklahoma Master of Eclucation, Oklahoma Univ. Subject: English MRS. ALMA JOHNSON Bachelor of Science, Texas C0lLlmbia University Sam Houston State Teachers College Subject: English ENGLISH The English Department under the direction of Miss Mae Belle Pelton plays an important part in school activities. Special emphasis is placed upon correct habits of writing and speaking through classes designed to meet every need. Students are encouraged to study speech, and through work on the school publications. they have an opportunity to put their knowledge of English to practical application. 'f JQQQ JZ M ,awww vwufMMa,p.mm2f,aW I """"1Qwumwnm i ' X iii a, ,, ..,, I v -V , ' ff' "I fQ.4Q ,. Us ' .. ffway 0' ' 9,2 4 H , sc f ff 9 4 V .1 ' , f . t .f Q , , f V, Q74 Sophomore English students begin a three-year course that will lead to a good foundation and under- standing of their native tongue. Dictionary, literature book, grammar, and notes are part of the routine that establish good habits of speaking and writing, ff? 1 i f' ,y 2. I7 MISS ELIZABETH SHAW Bachelor of Arts State University of Iowa Head of Department Subject: Physiology Sponsor: Future Nurses State University of Iowa MISS MARTHA BUTLER Bachelor of Science Southwestern University Subject: Physiology MR, CURTIS A. DHONAU Bachelor of Arts DePauw University Master of Science Indiana University Subject: Physics MR. D. E. GILMORE Bachelor of Science Midwestern University Master of Science North Texas State College MRS. ANNA RUTH KERR Bachelor of Arts University of Tennessee Subject: Biology MR. JACK sELL Bachelor of Science Southwest Texas State College Subject: Chemistry Z! . 1 la . fu! ,W if 4 M, Y 5 f f SCIENCE 'Q I".-lt! .wage " jffti' ,-avr ' t V ' 5 if . I f? fx . xi 1, ,J FOREIGN LANGUAGE MISS BURDETTE SMYTH Bachelor of Arts Baylor University Head of Department Subject: Latin Sponsor: j.C.L. Club MRS. LAURELLA MERRELL Bachelor of Arts South Texas State Teachers College Subjecti Spanish Sponsor: Spanish Club MISS LOUISE PFEIFFER Bachelor of Arts University of Texas Subject: French Sponsor: French Club MRS. ANDREA XWITHERS Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts University of Texas Subjects: French, Latin CO-Sponsor: j.C.L. Club and Heralcls MR. WILLIAM McANALLEN Bachelor of Arts Butler University Subject: Latin and Spanish I: -- fi If -5 F AA Q ,. ' f H M. I . . 1" ' 9,2 , a 5 17, .1 My ':, 'T' ,. f ' V. H , ' a Q f ,qumavfw 4, S. 8 5 . , . ., ., . , .X X N X I ,, 3 t r is ,Q .3 ' 5 ff' at ,aux If Kal ,,s:M" SCIENCE T0 Im'1'erz.ie Scientific Kzzozvlenlge . ..,--r-----f--eh 'swrrv' -- ffr' vt M -4 so - a A ' ' Eg 4 Wg T sw Scientific e perirnentation is the key to rnany modern developments that make todays tunities for beginning techniques nf research The odor of sulfur dioxide drifts through the halls, the crash of glass indicates another broken test tube, and everyone knows that a chemistry experi- ment is being conducted. This is just one of four branches of the Science department at Thomas jefferson. Biology teaches students the manner- isms of living plants and ani- mals, while Physiology deals with the composition and dis- easesof human beings. Physics, a prerequisite for all engineer- ing students, explains the laws of energy and motion and is concerned with the physical na- ture of things, ing an e citing duenture. Thonias jefferson furnishes the facilities and the oppor- To EXlZ'7!c1jlZ the Myrterier of Other Lrzfzgzmger Latin French. Spanish-talce your choice. they are all taught in the Foreign Language depart- ment. Besides the actual class time, each language is repre- sented by a club which meets before school once every month and the customs and social life of each language is shown. A person may take as many as three years of a language dur- ing his high school career, and the classes are especially de- signed for pre-college students. pw Spanish is fun if these smiles are a standard. Taught by experienced, expert instructors, this subject aids students in learning to express themselves in new and interesting ways. ' sm r f : S 5: : ,, A C :V i : mf, : i 4 , 4 'ix 4 5 lil f 1 ,Wm ww A i, , .dw fi M 'Awww' il l 1 if . , i 5 i 1 , 1 s 5 f ' 1 ll 4 ,Qi mm 1.-Ruff SOCIAL STUDIES MR. T. S. STANSELI. Master of A1'ts Columbia University Subject: Social Studies Sponsor: Debate Competition Head of Department MISS ALIECE ANDERSON liachelol' of Arts University of Texas Master of Arts Colorado State College of Education Subject: Social Studies Sponsor: junior Class MISS IVIARY EVELYN DUNN Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts Texas State College for Wfomen Subject: Social Studies Sponsor: Congress MRS. JEWELL McEWAN Bachelor of Arts Texas State College for Wfomen Master of Arts Columbia University Subject: Social Studies MR. CHARLES PORTER Bachelor of Science Arkansas A8aM Master of Arts University of Arkansas Subject: Social Studies MISS MARY EUNICE VICKERS Bachelor of Arts Mary Hardin-Baylor Master of Arts Texas State College for NXfomen Subject: Social Studies Sponsor: Future Teachers of Americ MISS IZLEANOR WAI.I. Bachelor of Science Southwest Texas Teachers College Subject: Social Studies MRS. REVA XXIESTIERMAN Bachelor of Arts Chadron Nebraska State Teachers College Master of Arts University of Colorado Subjects: Chemistry, Social Studies Sponsor: School Political Parties Ll F ' -J? I-.9 Gt- 4 KM e-A SOCIAL STUDIES T0 Become Befler flZfO7'77I6LZ7 CffjZ6lZJ' If you have ever wondered about the circumstances leading to the founding of our country, the democratic principles of education and business of Ameri- ca's intricate system of law enforcement, you may find out the answer in one of these three social studies classes: XY'orld History, American History or Senior Social Studies. American History, of course, is a compulsory course for grad- uation from Thomas jefferson. Many outside activities are arranged by the social studies department including the visitation of an actual trial by the senior social studies classes. i mush? I ,M Learning to live happily with others is not always easy. Guidance in social studies helps in assum- ing new responsibilities in an ever-growing, complex society. MATHEMATICS I 'af cg ME' I I 22 ,375-i , , Ni' ,, "E, L, -C7 - Qu 'C 3 INIR. XV. H. WARD Bnrliclor of Arts North 'IQKJXQIS Stiltc Tcgulicrs College Minster of Arts Peabody Collage Hciltl of Dcpiirtmcnt Sulwjctt: Mutlicmntics INIISS IfDl'l'H BENZ liatlwlor of Arts 'll-xiis Stats College for Xwoincn Milstur of Erlutiition University of Houston Sulvjcttz INI.llllL'ITl.lllL'S MISS MARY COONEY l34ltl1clorol' Stivmc Master of Erlutrition Stcplicn lf. Austin Stats Collcyc Sulwicrtz M.itl1cm.1tits INIR. PAUL GOODXYIN l5.lrl1clor of Arts Soutliurn Methodist fniwrsity Sulwjcrtsz M41tl1cm.1tirs, and Drivers Erluoltion INIRS. NORA GREGORY li.itl1clor of Sticmc Stephen F. Austin State College Sulucct: lNI.itlicm.1tits IVIISS INIAB LYNN HILL Biuliclor of Arts Hirrtliri-Simmons l'nivcrsity Sulwjcct: IxI.lfl1CI11.lllLS Co-Sponsor: Future Tentlicrs of Amcritii MRS. LAVERNA KIEITER l5.1tl1e'lor of Sriuntc l'nixt-rsity of Illinois Sulwjcttz INI.itlicm.1tics Sponsor: C.lmcr.1 Club .intl Slitlv Ruls Clulw INIRS. KITTY STEPHENS l'I.lLl1L'lor ol Stientc Soutliwcst 'll-x.is State College Sulnjutt INl.itl1cm.1tits MISS IRIENIE SMITH H.u'tlin Simmons lNI.lst:'l' ot' "Nils North 'l cms Smtc 'l'n.1t'l1ci's Collvgc Suluut: lNl.ltlicm.1tits MATHEMATICS To Derefop Keen Atimdi Geometry. Algebra. trigonometry, and general math are among the many courses offered by the Mathematics Department. Advancernents in many fields are made each year through the aid of advanced mathematics. Courses are offered for all students ranging from those who plan to go to college and will need higher mathematics to those planning to enter a certain occupation upon graduation. The program outlined by Mr. Ward and his staff is intended to include all phases of math needed by students. IX Time out from plane geometry is occasionally taken by Mrs. Kiefers class, and a story by O. Henry is in order. This time the class chose "The Pimiento Pancakes" to enlff'Y- HOME ECONOMICS '04 X X X Ns, s K I JNL ADF' fm- Q X 'il A K ' . , 'sq 4 ...f, up S3 'ar ss ,Qs f w -95-,415 r ,,,-, . t , as nt'5f'VLu:- ,za ,ga 3: u ge,-e H ,. rw 1 1 Q 'G ,.'2 -'.n 4 II: " XJ QM ,Q 0 A 9 x N MISS T051 COLLIER Hmllilvl' or Sckllyc' SGLIIHXX CSI Silk' -l1C'.lxlTl'fS fvllril' Nastvr ur Arts fOlLllUbl.l l'niwrsrCx Hurd of Dcp.rrtnu'nt Suburb Hnrnrnmkxrmg MRS. YDXA HSXRLQLVS Punlwlur' nf' Srumc 'llcxxs 'llmlw Master of :Xrts lnncrsntv or Huusrnn Subxrrts Llntlnng. hlowr Dcmr.unun Cu-Spnnsnr Art Club MRS. -IFSSIF NH 1 FR Rcglste rad Xursr' Hxrrrs Tunnlng Srlwul tor Nursrs Vust K2I'.lriU.llL Publu Hmlth Nursnn Ul'0l'gL' Pz'.lbUJX Lxvlligl' FMMIIUIOF of Sn'ii'Uxr' lrnncrsrtx' of Hnustnn Subscqti Home Nursing Sponsor: lfuturv Nurses MRS. IRALFNF NFYF B.1rlu'lnr of Scxcmc l'nncrsity of Tcxxs Sublrmti Clothing Spunsur: Futurc Hu1nsrn.1kfr's ur .Mncrxrgr MISS -I.-XNIS bl.-XRIF PRILSF H.u'hc'lUl' of Sr'lm'In'L' '1A1'X.N Silk' kkvllrgt fOlA XYx'lNL'l1 Subnvrti Foods LIBRARIANS nj ,754 NRS. llfl A MORGAN B.lxlK'lUlk nt Sxlflhr' Str-plwn lf. Austin Statc Cullcgc N.1str'r ut :Xmts l1UIlllHlWi.l Unixcrsxlv Srulmwt' l,rl11.nx' Sponsor: Pl'UlCxfUl'.S Club MRS. lfl ORl7NL'l7 Ulll .NND B.lxllL'lUl nt. :Xrts Unxwrsitx' nf 'lk-x.1s l4.ul1cl0r of l ilWl.llX' Srivmc l.uuisi.1nm Suu L'niwrsity Srllwluti l.ilWl'.ll'y' HOMEMAKING Pfggy'Nf1m st1'.r'-'-- 5' l7l?1': bluff: li-rv. U1 get a stittli in yust right LIBRARY To Keep Slznfezzfl UQ!! lfffoznfttf Each year the school system spends a large amount of money for boolgs. magazines, and films to be used in the TJ. library. The books are properly classified and catalogued in a manner convenient to students. Magazines are kept for a five-year period to be used as references. The daily papers aid readers in keeping informed on local and in- ternational affairs. The atmosphere of the library is as it should be: cool, rest- ful, and conducive to study. HQMENIAKING To P1'eLm11'e H07lI67lldk67'.l' of Tofizowozzi' Todays students are tomorrow's citi- zen homemakers. They learn nursing and the care of the sick. Wliile study- ing foods, the girls learn the value of nutritious foods and how to prepare delicious dishes. In clothing, the stu- dent learns how to construct a gar- ment, to choose the right pattern, style, color, and fabric. LIBRARY X., ,aaa .... Mary Ravey and jack Cockerham compare notes on good books in T.j.'s library. 25 MR. JOHN BADGETT Bachelor of Science in Music Education Lamar State College of Technology Vanclercook University Subject: Band MR. W. G. JONES Bachelor of Science Sam Houston State Teachers College Head of Department Subject: Printing MR. GENE JACKSON Bachelor of Science Sam Houston State Teachers College Master of Science Baylor University Subject: Printing Sponsor: Printing Club MR. PERRY SLACK Bachelor of Science North Texas State College Subject: Metal Shop MUSIC f 'Y "' 'ii 1 f 'Z V I' K M A fr W- .-.x f 4, J ' V I ir 4 3 a . Q' v n INDUSTRIAL ARTS xg J ' IQ . .c 'XX I H VuLQ,-.,2x- M if 1 F I 4 ll . . 61 'xg' ,f -6 .KL .Ir V ', -.. ll A ver ft: 1 ffigfffi.. if f 1- W 1 .sw -, ir ft I A A l Pr- V- Maeve. + n jam ,: 1 4. l . E. i 'Tun .1 , !"l 7 J. if L' lv-iii x MR. ROBERT JORDAHL Bachelor of Music Master of Music University of Texas Subject: Choral Music Sponsor: Choir, Girls' Glee Club Boys' Chorus MR. LEONARD GEORGE Bachelor of Arts Duke University Master of Arts Columbia University Jamesine Franklin School of Professional Arts Subject: Art Sponsor: Brush and Palette Club MR. LELAND KAY Bachelor of Science North Texas State College Master of Science Tarleton State College Subject: Wfoocl Shop MR. JAMES TARTER Bachelor of Science Master of Science East Texas State Teachers College Subject: Mechanical Drawing MUSIC Tf1P1'o1'nft .llfljft ,'If7flI'Lt'jL1fffn1j N'--'Jf'f1f ..'.'i TLT, 2' -'mu m Various slzills are encot.ragetl trntl taught in the shop pro,grarn. .'urtraf.ri'.e and useful articles are trade in '4'. shop and metal shop. The yrint shop offers boys the opportunity to learn something about different fic-ltls in printing. They get the opportunity to apply their lznoxxledyae also as they set the type and operate the machines in printing the school paper. Many of the vworlfs in art displayed by the students are commended on throughout the corn' munity. Mechanical clrawinlu is also of- fered as students learn about clesigriirig: and blueprintinig, These courses not only help to add to the students lznowl- edge of the world around him. but also are the beginning of many interesting hobbies which will furnish enjoyment in the years to come. li.llu.l1mstiu1i.cntsio UD Under the baton of Mr. john lladgett the Music Department has been busy covering the apf propriate musical background for instrument harmony in our various school functions from football season to Commence- ment Day. Everything from boogie to symphony makes its prograin 11 colorful one. Theres a song in the air- and its originating from Mr. Robert ,Iordahls choir and glee clubs. Their singing can be heard at all times, at Christmas, on assembly programs, and at the annual spring operetta. INDUSTRIAL ARTS 'IU I3t1't"foft.S'f2fff1rf Hrnzzfr ,yi M,-Q. 4Z:f1:1,'I'f f ' Trying eagerly to get a perfect illustration are typical mechanical drawing students. 27 MR. TED DAWSON Schreiner Institute Bachelor of Business Administra- tion University of Texas Master of Arts Baylor University Head of Department Subject: Physical Education MR. DON COLEMAN Bachelor of Science Lamar State College of Technology Subject: Physical Education MRS. MARJORIE DRUMMOND Bachelor of Science Sam Houston State Teachers College Head of Department Subject: Physical Education Sponsor: G.R.A., Letter Girls, Hussars MR. BENTLEY M, JONES Bachelor of Business Administra- tion Master of Science Baylor University Subject: Physical Education MR, JOHN RAWLINGS Bachelor of Science Baylor University Subject: Physical Education Bachelor of Science New Mexico A8cM Master of Science Baylor University PHYSICAL EDUCATION tu c A v 3 scam.. -tg lx, KI - l XV' it 1 re- . ' K,-v we 3' 't ' W was l 1 A mfvffdwu 4 n TEN ' I ' V. ' if " 1- tiff t K, c 3 , We avv- 2' "':", . ,.., ' I 'I I ft.. 'j vli fv1!W air ,ii I 'X 'V' MISS MARGARET CHANGOS Bachelor of Science North Texas State Teachers College Subject: Physical Education Sponsor: G.R.A. MR. WAYNE CORNELIUS Bachelor of Arts Howard Payne Master of Arts Southwest Teachers College Baylor University Subject: Physical Education Sponsor: Chapel Commitee MISS JACKIE GULLEDGE Bachelor of Science North Texas State College Subject: Physical Education Sponsor: Red Hussars. Tennis Club NIR. PETE PENSE Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts Northeastern State College Subject: Physical Education MNSANNETHOMAS Bachelor of Science hflorris Harvey College Subject: Physical Education Sponsor: Cheerleaders, Pep Squad PHYSICAL EDUCATION . W I ,. . I , 4 '.,' I P I 'WMA Austin Gonsoulin stands by for ass tan e as Bobby LeBlanc does some fancy flipping on the tram- poline. PHYSICAL EDUCATION To Derefop Sporfmzmzrhip Thomas jefferson High believes in developing bodies as well as minds. Both the girls' and the boys' physical education classes offer students many opportu- nities in their favorite sports. For the boys there are football, basketball, base- ball, track and field events, While the girls engage in such events as basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, and speed ball. The staff of ten teachers is always busy at work scheduling various contests that aid in the strengthening of the character as well as the bodies of those participating. The Senior Class of 1956 is a composite of all the elements that make Port Arthur a great city . . . its homes, churches, industries, and schools . . . its energy, ambition and drive for success. As this class take their places in their home community, they will make the most of opportunities for success through the lessons they have learned at school and through the advantages offered by their fellow citizens. v'r,q..j: wg-sg f-gf 1 'I ww. MM-. ,yf 'fl 34 wi M mv, -"fr mm swf' 'wx 6 A1 K' , f - V ff' "' vi K ,. ff5'f5Wf f f 1 5 V N ' lligsxfw ' - ... , , 5 M2 . SENIORS Q w fe J-if J., Z0 .. h ,,,., X fl, - - ,- ffj . ,..., A , ff , MJNXX1 S ,CLK 412' 1 V' f bf. off Ss, Mimi, 'xy' JA H42 , . 1 EVE' ' ' ' V55 . I"1 1 4 K ,U x fi - -4 . -gk g . L,, 2 , - V fzfif ' A 1, ." ' Jfffefii , . Y K-, ,V .2 f ..-, 'Q-lfFf1W?L3 A A ' ga' V 1 Sri 1":,ii,E , if , ff1,"'3 Nu, ' A Sailboats on Lake Sabine 3l SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - FALL TERM F! ff-1 ,Qfr-1:1 , mi I - A ' , A 'V gb eb , , , , A Z 2, 5 g A , ',V, , ,f , .g F ,V . f IKYW , ,, .V 5 1 W L, A ' I 1 ' ,rm ' 4 I 4,-M r Preyident, BERNARD COLVIN Veep, QARQL CANNADY Sef1'em1'y, MARY BYRAIVI -wan aww? Trefzmrer, -IAN SHOOK Flofwirzl Rep., DIANNE FLINT Spozzmr. MISS MARGARET MILLER I? Inns fm. WN I I I' I .ff The Senior officers, Carol Cannady, Mary Byrrnn, Bernard Colvin, Dianne Flint, and jan Shook, wished our class could have won "The Little Brown jug," symbol of the grade contributing most in 32 the All-School Chest Drive. 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - SPRING TERM N The outcome of the spring election can clearly be seen on the smiling Ines of these fixe, Left to rightz B. Phillips, Flotorial Rep.: H. Vela. Vice Presidentg R. Hebert, President B. Dore, ,I4I'C.15LlI'6I'1 and B. Ketcherside. Secretary. I P,-mimi, RAYNOR HEBERT Vfffh r . T1'emu1'er, BARBARA DORE V ef . Y' f , V , 'J i M ' af' H! 'R my mizfgf, ,,.v, 1 f 4 ,. 2 , V' HOLDA VELA ser,-mi-,f, BETTY KETCHERSIDE -A , ii .f Flazorial Rep., BARBARA PHILLIPS 1. A151 fs :al -! ' ' tiki ,'., iikiif f,L, -f f ,v i 3.1.4 . Y -err-af ffc Y, I , X.. . it uw! If ' -:14-.:,,'ry5 ,. ' R?" . .. Ah.,,AA . W , ' ' 1 5' 1 11 45" ffnffq 1. ' . 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ELIZABETH AGUILAR GRA 55-56g FNA 53: IRC 55g Letter Girls 56g Spanish Club 55-56. Secre- tary 56, Reporter 55-56. DANNY AKERY Intramurals 54-55. GEORGE ALBERS Basketball 53-56. ALICIA ANN ALLEN Glee Club 53-54g GRA 54-55, BETTY ALLGOOD Band 54-565 Color Guard 55-56g Cabi- net 55-54g Choir 55-56, Accompanist 53-56g Glee Club 53-55g Meritorious Citation 53-55. PATSY ALMAND GRA 53-55g Heralds 54-563 Hussars 54-563 Spanish Club 53-553 Annual Staff 55-56. PHILLIP AMBURN BERTHA ANCELET DE Club 54-563 GRA 53-54g Meri- torious Citation 55. NORMAN ANDERS CHARLES ANDERSON EDWARD ANDERSON Cabinet 55: Football 55g 543 Heralds 54. French Club SHURDELL ARDOIN jacketeens 53. HERMAN ARNAUD lntramurals 54-553 Cabinet 53-54g Pro- jector's Club 53-545 Pilot Staff 55-56. RAMON ARTEAGA MARILYN ATKINSON TOBY LEE AYCOCK Cabinet 53-55, Vice President 545 Congress 555 Court 545 GRA 53-545 JCL 535 Heralds 53-55. CHARLES AYRES Intramurals 54-555 JCI. 54-555 Wheel Staff 55. JOHNNY BADGETT Cabinet 53-55: Congress 53-545 Court 535 Football 53-555 JCI. 53-56. JOHN BAKER JCL 53-55, BOBBY BALLARD Football 54-55. JOE BALL Cabinet 535 Football 53, FELIX BARKER Baseball 53-555 DE 55 56. KATHRYN BARNES Cabinet 53-54, 55-565 Congress 565 Football Sweetheart 565 GRA 53-553 Lady-in-Waiting 565 Letter Girls 565 Repertoire 54-555 Spanish Club 53-54. GLENDA BARNETT Band 53-565 GRA 53-555 Heralds 54- 565 JCL 533 JRC 53. MARILYN BARRON Court 545 Queen 565 GRA 535 Heralds 545 Hussars 54-565 Assistant Instru- ment Quartermaster 545 Treasurer 555 PRA 54. WANDA BARRON Cabinet 54-555 Congress 54-555 Glee Club 54-555 GRA 53-565 Heralds 54- 565 PRA 54-55. BILLY BAUGUS Baseball 55-56. MAURINE BEARD GRA 535 Jacketeens 53. . t -R Nt -, . 3,51 . A 5 QQ Q , 5 I 5 -. 'Li .ti . L ' Q Xxx. L Z . N , A 5 f 5 iz A L 1325-53. -5-:R-1:1 42' l 6- 5 r Ei .",'3'5fl' 5 Qff' 1 f . li , .L ll' . Pu fm if K hir o E-5 x i' Y 5 -- or rw Q f 4 - :jk...- :Q 1,1 . . 1 - . R wh .Qt X ' 1-.. 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DoN BICE Band 55-565 Brush and Palette Club 55-563 Cabinet 553 Congress 55. PATRICIA BILLEAUD BEVERLY BLACKWOOD Band 53-563 Cabinet 541 GRA 53-561 French Club 55-545 Heralds 54-561 Letter Girls 563 Meritorious Citation 54-555 PRA 54-55. FRANK BLANCHARD NORMA BLANCHARD GRA 55-565 ENA 55-565 JCL 55-54. H. C. BLANCO RONALD BLANTON WlLLIAL'I BLASINGAME Boys' Choir 553 Pilot staff 55-563 Pro- jector's Club 545 Football 54-553 Yel- low jacket Staff 55-56, Boys' Sports Editor 55-56. PAT CARL BLUM ELOUISE BODDEN GRA 53-55g Hussars 54-56. VETA BODDEN DE Club 55-56g jacketeens 53-54. ROBERT BODIN Brush and Palette Club 54-551 DE Club 55-56: Good Sportsmanship As- sociation 5-ig Heralcls 54-55. SUZANE BOEHME JCL 53-54. JACQUELINE BOREL Congress 563 Good Sportsmanship As- sociation 53-5-iz Heralds 53-563 Hus- sars 54-56. CAROLYN BOss1ER jacketeens 53-54. HENRIETTA BOURQIJE GRA 53g Spanish Club 56. Joi-rxzw BOYD Band 53-56g Camera Club 55-563 Heralds 54-55: jeffersonians 54-56. BETTY BOYLM Band 53-56: Librarian 54-56g GRA 53-565 Heralds 54-563 JCL 53-54g Letter Girls 55-56: PRA 53-54. HOWARD BRADDY Intramurals 54-55. PAUL BRADLEY CAROL BRANNON Cabinet 531 Band 53-563 FHA 56g JCL 53-55. BETTY BRAU FNA 53-56g JCL 53-54g Hussars 54- 56. ENA Lois BREAUX FNA 54g GRA 53-56. HARRY BRITT Cabinet 53-55, Parliamentarian 545 Congress 53-54, Parliamentarian 553 Heralds 54-56g JCL 53-543 MCflf0fi0US Citation 53-553 Repertoire 55g Slide Rule 56. FHA 5-1-55: PNA 54: Heralds 53-561 l TT we fr '--'1 S? ,V bl 'Q v r it ..,- S., ff .66 ff .. - 1 6 M ' Qipw.. - ' 7 J nilfigz li . Z QW L 2 if 222,46 WA ' 1 "I ,X X CJ I . -, 4 319? -1 fifff?Z5ZiQ nz :ll ff..- ii, W1 .lil .Q : bi" .il' - i '- ' . l M2 Q 'X .'-31" 'ml' Wifi' "J l- ., , ' , -' .' 1 s 3 A Q. . ,, vvy, ., Ka i :rf - 3 4 +4 1 - 5"iiiI'S' X' 5 V . "1"?::ii""9+m f " '-' -.75-fg "HL .7 , 5 -4A ,f. 5' . .a...-1---.-:fm 1. 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President 55-563 Hussars 54-563 Major- ette 55-563 Glee Club 54-553 Meri- torious Citation 55. BETTY JEAN BURDETT Cabinet 543 French Club 53-553 GRA 53-553 I-lussnrs 54-563 Repertoire 53- 54. GLENN RAY BURT Football 553 Slide Rule Club 563 Track Trainer 55-56. BARBARA BUSHNELL FNA 53-563 GRA 53-563 JCL 53-553 Letter Girls 55-56. NORMAN BUTLER Meritorious Citation 543 Spanish Club 54. MARY BYRAM Cabinet 54-55, Secretary 553 Choir 54- 553 Trio 53-553 Congress 55, 563 Court 543 Lady-in-Waiting 562 French Club 54-553 GRA 53-543 QSA 54Q Heralds 54-563 Hussars 54-56, His- torian 54. IERRY CALDWELL Cabinet 53-54g Basketball 54-55g Foot- ball 54-56, All-District 56. FRANCES CAMPISE FNA 53-56, President 55: French Club 53-56: GRA 53-55. WELDON CANFIL Band 53-561 Jazz Band 56g Cabinet 533 Choir 56, President 563 Congress 531 JCL 533 JRC 53. BILLY CANNADY Brush and Palette Club 55-56: Cabi- net 54-56g Intramurals 55: Track 531 Slide Rule Club 56. CAROL CANNADY Cabinet 53-56. Vice President 56. 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BENARD COLVIN Cabinet 53-56, President 55-565 Citi- zen of Month, November 555 Congress 53, 54, 55-565 Court 55, 565 Good Sportsmanship Association 55-565 JCL 53-565 Track 53-56. RAY JAMES COMEAUX Court 55. 56g Football 54-56. SABLE COMEAUX DAVID CONN DE Club 54-56 ROBERT COPPLE Baseball 54-56: Cabinet 53-561 I-leralds 53: Intramurals 55. VIRGINIA CORLEY PNA 53-54g GRA 53-551 I-leralds 54- 56: Pilol Staff 55-56, "Feature" Ed- itor 55-56. MILTON COIJLTER Band 55-56: JCL 53-541 Slide Rule Club 55-56. NOEL COWAR1' Boys' Choir 55-563 Cabinet 55-564 Heralds 54-56g ,TRC 55-563 Repertoire 55-56. CARL CRAVEN LONA CRAXWFORD PNA 53-563 GRA 53-56: JCL 53-56. KAY CRESWELL Cabinet 55-563 Choir 54-563 Sextet 56g Congress 55-563 GRA 543 Hussars 54- 56g Instrument Quartermaster 55. BILLY CROUCI-I BEATRICE CULVER GRA 53-5 5. ROSE MARIE CUPIT Glee Club 54-553 Good Sportsmanship Association 53-54x GRA 53-563 JRC 535 Repertoire 533 Spanish Club 53- 54. 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JOAN DAVIS Choir 55-563 Sextet 55-563 Glee Club 54-553 GRA 53-563 Heralcls 53-563 JCL 54-553 Yellow jackel Staff 55-56. K. U. DAVIS Cabinet 53. 543 Congress 533 Court Dignitary 563 Football 54-563 Track 54. 55. TOMMY DAY WAYNE DECLUITT Choir 53-563 French Club 55. AN-NA LOUISE DECOUX DE Club 55-561 GRA 53-54. JANICE DEESE FHA 543 FNA 54-553 Glee Club 55- 563 GRA 54-553 Jacketeens 54. IRMA DIAZ GRA 53-543 Jacketeens 55-545 Spanish Club 53-54, Secretary 54-55, Treasurer 55-56. JIMMY DIAz Spanish Club 53-56, President 54-55. BETTY DICKERSON GRA 54-55g JRC 54-56, LEONARD DOLCE Band 55-563 Assistant Drum Major 54-553 Drum Major 55-563 Cabinet 54-553 Heralds 55-563 JCL 55-553 Meritorious Citation 54, 553 PRA 543 Shutterbugs 55-563 Slide Rule Club 55-56. ROSE ANN DOLCE Arr Club 55-542 GRA 55-543 Hamas 54-56. BARBARA KAY DORE Cabinet 54-553 Cheerleader 55-56: Congress 54-55: French Club 54-55: GRA 55-563 Heralds 54-563 PRA 553 Repertoire 55-543 Yellou' jacket Staff 55-56, Treasurer 56. WOODROW' DORLIAN Basketball 55-563 Choir 55'56Q Rifle Club 55-563 Yellow fork.-21 Staff 55-56. ALBERT DUCOTE Basketball 55-55. SHERWOOD DUDLEY Band 55-56, Student Director 55-563 Cabinet 542 Choir 55-56, Student Di- rector 563 Congress 543 Heralds 55-563 jeffersonians 55-563 Meritorious Cita- tion 54-553 Spanish Club 55-561 French Club 56. JOHNNY DCMESNIL JCL 55-54. JAMES DUNCAN SANDRA DUNLAY GRA 54-563 Heralds 55-563 Hussars 54-563 jacketeens 543 Spanish Club 54- 55. DOROTHY EAGLESON FTA 54-563 GRA 55-553 Heralds 54' 563 JCL 54-563 IRC 53-543 Spanish Club 54. J. B. EASON JI-IAN ECHOLS DON EDGERLY BOBBY ELDRED Cabinet 543 Choir 54-563 All-State Choir 56g Congress 553 JCL 55-543 Pilot Staff 55-56, Sports Editor 55-563 Repertoire 54-563 Track 55-56. NELDA ELLERBEE ' M1 ny .1 , I' 1 Qnwfe .5 Q. A .,, . H . 1 Y .tk :Z W,-,MA K 3513? 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Historian 553 Jacketeens 533 Pilot Staff 55-563 Press Sweetheart 563 Spanish Club 53-55. DORIS FELTMAN GRA 533 Heralds 54-563 JCL 53-543 Letter Girls 56. JAMES FERGUSON Band 53-563 Choir 55:561 Rifle Club 55-56. BETTE FINLEY Glee Club 55-563 GRA 533 Jacketeens 53-54. CARL FISCI-IER JERRY FITZPATRICK Heralds 54-553 Pilot Staff 55-561 Rep- ertoire 563 Spanish Club 53-54. DIANE FLINT Cabinet 53-56, Secretary 54, President 553 Flotorial Representative 55-563 Choir 563 Congress 53-563 Court 545 563 DAR Award 553 French Club 53- 555 GRA 53-563 Hussars 54-56, Presi- dent 563 Meritorious Citation 53-55. ALICE FLORES Committee Work - Advanced Class Affairs iv - isa' f 9' 41 - .."', im zzz I fo These are the students responsible for the Senior assenihly program, Left to right are: R. Torino. A. O'Quinn. D. Kirkpatrick. B. Ketcherside. J. Turpin. j, Walker. T. Thomas. B. Howard. B, Crouch and Mrs. Atkins seated in the center. If Q00 Members of the tivic committee mapping plans for Texas Day tire, lett to rightg Glenda Barnett, ,Io Ann Tipton, Margaret Ann Pritharel. .intl Lewis Moss. GULF A thank you is certainly due to these Senior Ball Committee mem- bers,and sponsors for the grand work clone on the Senior Ball. Spring was the theme chosen by them for the Senior Ball. V'-3 -1, . -- In f tr' Y'?"9"9" . fs., . 'P, ' A Ra V V ' L.L. L.,gsf-Cftf-SU .. X,,A , Y Q ' ' 1 -... . H- --4 ' - f ' V: S..'.w.V-V ,x..,,.-,, 5, 7 1 1 V 4 Y'- I :MV , Lf-.hi XJR ' 5551.22 .. A X, V Cf .5 X ..,, L ' 3 ' ft?-fi-3 V1-k ri' 'nr-wa x .RQ N A 1 3 9 5 A 51 Q' 5 K 3, . 'rf 5, a Y' Z ti 5 if ' if sd s A N52 Q 223 ff 5 gif X ft? is Q gag ,J fig ' -as , Q gg l X55 if X 6 if . 1 Q '51 -' ff 4 ,K N - gt: 1, .gs jp 4, ui fl' - V .xp 'XA vi -042 , if x " ,QR ask V A 6-A yi f fr, 4 'w 2:-f X, 5 ,i :J 9 f A -vs ,gf ff? 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CAROL FOSTER Accompanist Boys' Choir 55-56, Choir 55-56. BETTY ANN Fox FNA 54-56g GRA 53-563 Jacketeens 54-56. PHYLLIS FRANKLIN DE Club 55-563 GRA 53-553 Heralds 53-55g Spanish Club 54-55. SYDALISE FREDEMAN Art Club 55-56, President 55-563 Cabi- net 54-56g Congress 55-563 French Club 54-565 FTA 54-563 GRA 53-56g Heralds 54-56, JCL 539 PRA 653-549 Repertoire 54-56, Secretary 55-56. SANDRA FULLER Cabinet 53-56, President 54-553 Con- gress 53-56, Corresponding Secretary 55-563 FTA 53-55. Parliamentarian 55g GRA 53-55g Hussars 54-56g JRC 53- 54, Secretary 53-545 Pilot Staff 55-563 Managing Editor 565 Repertoire 53-551 Spanish Club 53-55. THOMAS FULLER Cabinet 551 JRC 55-563 Meritorious Citation 555 Yellow Jafleet Staff 56. PHILLIP F USELIER Cabinet 53-563 Choir 53-565 All-State Choir 53-56g Boys' Quartet Accompa- nist 54-561 Citizen of the Month, De- cember 55g Congress 55-561 GSL 53- 54g Heralds 53-56: JCL 53-56g Meri- torious Citation 53-55g PIM 54-55- Slide Rule Club 55. 1 MARY BETH FUTCH Band 53-565 JCL 54-56g Letter Girls 54-563 Repertoire 53-54. ROXIE GABOUREL Cabinet 54g Congress 56g Glee Club 54-55g Meritorious Citation 54. FELIX GALLEGAS Spanish Club 53-56. ROSCOE GALLOWAY Baseball 55. ARNOLD GARCIA Boys' Choir 55-56. EULALIA GARCIA Spanish Club 53-54. GLORIA GARCIA GRA 53-563 Spanish Club 53-56. JOHN GARCIA Spanish Club 53-55. YOLANDO GARCIA Spanish Club 53-55. JUDY LYN GARDNER FNC 53-54g Glee Club 55-56, Treas urer 55-565 GRA 533 JRC 53-54. JAMEs GARRARD Rifle Club 56. TOMMY GASPARD Cabinet 54g Football 54-55g Projectors Club 54-55. LINDA GEBHART Band 53-56g Assistant Librarian 54-563 Cabinet 53-545 GRA 53-553 JCL 53- 54. BOBBY GEORGE Meritorious Citation 53-55g Slide Rule Club 55-56. 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The last fall Senior Cabinet meeting was one of unusual excitement when talk turned to the sub- ject of "Senior Picnic." DON GOODWIN Baseball 543 Basketball 555 Cabinet 532 Court 55-56g Football 55g Heralds 543 JCL 53-54. CLAUDETTE GOSNELL DE 55-563 FNA 53. DUKES GRAHAM CHARLES GRAHALT JAMES GREEN Cabinet 531 Heralds 54-55g JCL 54: Meritorious Citation 5-ig PRA 53-54: Repertoire 543 Yellow jackez Staff 56. BRISON GREER Brush and Palette 55: I-leralds 54-56: Slide Rule Club 565 Track 54-55. Jo ANN GREGORY Cabinet 53-545 Congress 53-54g JCL 53-54g Hussars 53-56g Majorette 55-56. JAMES GRIFFETH Basketball Manager 53-55: Cabinet 56: Slide Rule Club 55-56. VINCENT GRILLO Boys' Choir 55-565 Cabinet 55-563 Football 55-56: Yellou jarkel Staff 55-56. JIMMY GRIMES Choir 55-56g Boys' Quartet 55-56g In- tramurals 54. WILEY GUEST Heralds 54-55g Track 53-56. CARL GUIDRY Print Club 55-56. KENNETH HAAS Football 53-553 Projectors Club 54-55. ELIZABETH HACKNEY Band 53-56g Debate Club 55-56g FTA 53-564 JCL 53-563 Letter Girls 561 Tennis 55-56. POLLY HALEY Choir 55-56, President 55-564 All-State Choir 56g Congress 54g Glee Club 53- 543 Heralds 54-56, Treasurer 56g Hus- sars 54-56, Reporter 543 Letter Girls 56g Repertoire 53. hi Ig , L .fl- Fglk Y tp .AI I " f A-' ,w if iii ii? -. ,V 4 , I if 'f , 7-2' ' 5 a Q if 14 I . L li ' , K A Q VU -M.. Q M7 'M fi' ' v E 5 's . ,f A 1" I.-JA.-.,-.-Az, . .V J -, - 4, ,ma I ,.Z 585511:--ff? ' 33'-E: + 'PW- ,.' . 5 f rr 4 ,i if JF if I QM I ' ZX? E2 1 5 L f if 1 - J Of J f J , .' l gf A I J A f f A l I' W5 ' fl I F RQ ,JW la YZ ' 4 ,f,,, J ,Q Q- ' ,Z 1, , ,,,,,,, ,, , , J v itt. ' , I " , I V A ff ' I Q4-v f 'f'- f '77 ff,-154 ' ' 'gyfagg ,fi 2. ,, I "5 'ifiif "5 1 Wi? ' 3 ' I zz: . - .3 W It W- v ,734 gp -3, 5 3 5- CyW,,W-ffze 5, 4 , 1 I 44-, , 4 'i f 'iff I 43 fri' 1 , ,. -.ff Aw ,f--1... ,v'N 5,4 ' fi GVN 'LI 1 , 'fx Pls-2 .f I A I fifil I ... 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JOE HALL JULIA HALL French Club 53-54g GRA 53-56g JRC 55-56. NICK HAMILTON . Meritorious Citation 54g Tennis Club 54-55g Track 54-55. PEGGY HARDIN Cabinet 54-559 Congress 56g GRA 53- 56g Heralds 55-56g Hussars 53-561 Uniform Quartermaster ,56g Letter Girls 56g Meritorious Citation 553 Spanish Club 53-54. DOLORES HARGRAVE ERNEST HARGRAVE DOUGLAS HARRINGTON Track 55-56. SHIRLEY HARRIS GRA 53-54g Heralds 53-54. I PATTY HASSELL Heralcls 53-55g JCL 53-54. - SARAH FRANCES HAYES Cabinet 54-553 Choir 55-563 Sextet 55- 563 FTA 54-55: French Club 54-56g Glee Club 54-55g GRA 53-563 Heralds 53-56: JCL 53-54. RUPERT HAYS ALFRED DAVID HEBERT Cabinet 55-56g Intramurals 53-545 Track 54-56. BEVERLY HEBERT FRED HEBERT RAYNOR HEBERT Band 53-563 Cabinet 54, 56, President 56g Congress 533 Heralds 53-563 JCL 53-553f-Ieffersonians 54-563 Meritori- ous Citation 53-563 Shutterbugs 53- 563 Slide Rule Club 55-56. ALMA HENDRIX PNA 53-563 GRA 54-55: JCL 54-55. MARY ANN HENDRIX FNA 543 GRA 53-563 Hussars 54-56. D.KNIEL HENLEY Rifle Club 55-56. CAROL HIOGS GRA 54-563 Letter Girls 54-56, Treas- urerg Hussars 54-56. C. M. HIGHTONX'ER MARX' ELLEN HINSON Cabinet 553 Choir 54-563 GRA 54- 553 Heralcls 53-563 Hussars 53-56. ROSE HOLLAND Cabinet 53-55, Parliamentarian 54 Di- rector of Public Relations 553 Congress 54-553 GRA 54-55g Hussars 54-563 JCL 54g Yellou' jacket Staff 5Q DONNA HOLLINGSW'ORTH FTA 55-563 GRA 533 JCL 53-543 'IRC 55-56. BILLY HOLX'FIELD JANICE HONEA GRA 54-553 JCL 54-55. BOBBY HOOKER Cabinet 54-563 Basketball 53-55. THOMAS HOOKER JCL 53-54. BERTIN HOWARD Football 553 Heralds 53-553 JCL 53- 54, JRC 55. JOHN HOWELL DE Club 55-56. f 4:-I 1,3 ,zl rn' 'J f :lik ay- ? E 1 VK , . .,, l if I., lt I I tiff if -, .v, " ff ' ,I . - V. . M,,w',:f,- L + :ff-,-ra-ww-'26 - ' wx ' ':3,z7,qLa,1-'-3-QZ"v' " . nw ", Q f mg -4 7' ,, I-' A- 1 , LIII 'ft-'L fc 171' pq, . lax K" jf, f P. 9 3 v I Y?--rr l ..., . 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PATSY JAMES GRA 53-563 Jacketeens 53-543 JCL 53- 543 Letter Girls 56. BYRAN JARRATT Heralcls 53-56: JCL 53-56: Slide Rule Club 55. ELVIRA JIMINEZ Brush and Palette Club 543 GRA 54- 551 Letter Girls 55-561 Spanish Club 54-56, Vice President 54, President 55, Secretary 56. BRUCE JOHNSON Band 55-563 Citizen of the Month 56, Januaryg Congress 553 Cabinet 563 Heralcls 53-55: JCL 54-553 Meritorious Citation 54-55. DANIEL JOHNSON Cabinet 54-553 French Club 53-55' Heralds 53-553 JCL 54-55. i GAYLA RUTH JOHNSON GRA 531 Heralcis 53-563 JCL 53-553 Yellow jacket Staff 55. GENE JONES Congress 54-553 Golf 55-563 Meritori- ous Citation 5 3-54. GERALD JONES Band 53-54. JANICE JONES GRA 54-55. Repertoire 54-55. LILLIAN JONES Cabinet 553 Jacketeens 55-56. JAMES JUDICE JACK KEEX'ER Basketball 53-56: Cabinet 55-55. Vice President 53. Historian 55: Congress 53-55: Court 543 Prince 563 Heralds 54-561 JCI. 53-551 Pilot Staff 55-563 Repertoire 55-553 Slide Rule 551 Yel- Zou' farfeel Staff 55-56. CAROL KE:-IP Cabinet 55-563 DE Club. LINDA KEENESON Band 54-552 GRA 53-543 French Club 55-55. DAVID KENT Band 53-551 Camera Club 55-563 Heralds 5-i'56Q JCL 53-551 Slide Rule 55. BETTY KETI-IERsIDE Cabinet 53-563 Congress 54-55: GRA 53-563 Heralds 53-553 Hussars 54-56. Treasurer 563 JRC 54: Spanish Club 53. PAUL KETCHERSIDE DE Club 55-56. NORLIA KETELERS Brush and Palette Clubg Cabinet 553 Congress 553- GRA 54-563 Heralds 55- 563 Hussars 54-563 Meritorious Cita- tion 54. ERIC KIMBALL Cabinet 53-543 Court 553 Most Popular Boy 563 President of SBC 55-563 Foot- ball Trainer 53-56. BEVERLY KINARD Band 53-563 Cabinet 563 French Club 54-563 Heralds 54-563 PRA 54-55. JAMES KING Cabinet 54Q Pilol Staff 56. DONALD KIRKPATRICK Cabinet 53-543 Track 53-56, 'UN 'uv s... Z ad' 'Vx ,., I 5 .1 15 xt ,. -.A ,Q im I lt ,I Y .ff W , ,fx A it 5 , -R l f yu -- - 1 " 233155 -I 13' A l ' QQI 2f4:fI-Z'-ii-55.26125 Zz L. ,M x l f ,,f,, f-M4-,, , 5 5, ...f f ' '77 rw ,mf ' fff 1667 .1 .5 W ,E 5,4 5 5. J 5 . 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PAT LAND Glee Club 54-553 GRA 53: Annual 55. DONALD LANDRY VERNON LANDRY DE Club 55-561 Intramurals 54-551 French Club 55g Projector's Club 553 Shutterbugs, GLYNN LANG JCL 53-54. CAROL LANGLOIS Choir 55-563 GRA 53-55. LARRY LANZONE Seniors Enjoyed Places of Importance benior Daiii Linthinf' Rn"-"gif fl-V entire Sphwul 'xiii f. ' of the ' ischahiltible- 1 , , s-4 at xv A .W .Y X ' eww 4 ,QM 14.242 '54, ivf' z fy". im 'lhu Stnini' Elcttinn Q+i'nii'iittcc is xhmun at i.-.fwli counting ballots in the 5pi'ingf,l.1ss ClCCUlVDN. . Scniiii Spring iittitwn int v.'.rfi'n in hy outgoing 44 V-1-' prcwlcrit l'SCnVn't.l Cfilxin They' are Barham Phillips. ,-Q . nv ,H f. 4 I Six happy Senior girls reflcntetl the inowfl of 'l'c:cn, Day, They are Sara Hayes. Anita O Quinn. 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JEFF LINN Heralds 55-543 Slide Rule 55-563 Ten- nis Club 54-55, JERRY LITTLE Band 53-563 Cabinet 54-551,CODgl'CSS 54-55g Heralds 53-561 JCI. 53-565 Meritorious Citation 54-55. THERESA LIVELY FNA 55-56. MARX' LOU LONA Cabinet 55-56g Congress 55-563 GRA 53-553 Hussars 54-561 JRC 53-56, Vice President 55-56: Jacketeens 53: Yellow Javier Staff 56. CARL LONGENBER JRC 55-56g Slide Rule Club 55-56, JOHNNY LOPEZ Tennis 54-55. LOUIS LOPEZ Spanish Club 53-54. Historian 54, porter 53. CAROLYN LORD Band 53-543 Color Guard 55-56g Cabj. net 535 GRA 53-54: Heralds 53-543 Spanish Club 53-54. MARY LOUPE Congress 53-543 DE Club 55-56g GRA 53-55. M.ARY LOWERY French Club 54-553 Pilar Staff 54-55. ROSE MARIE LOYACANO GRA 53-56g Heralds 53-563 Letter Girls 56. SHIRLEY LUMPKIN Glee Club 53-54g GRA 53-56: Letter Girls 565 Hussars 54-563 Uniform Quartermaster 56. NORMAN LYTLE DONALD MCCANN Heralds 54-56. JCL 54-55. MARY MCCOY GRA 53-545 Heralds 53-543 54. JRC 55- CI-IARLENE MCCRANIE GRA 53-54g Heralds 54-55. 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ROY MARTINEZ Cabinet 53-555 Baseball 555 Intra- murals 54-55, Manager 55-56. JOHNNY MASSEY Baseball 55-565 Cabinet 535 Track 53. SANDRA MATLDCK Cabinet 53-555 Congress 53-543 French Club 53-553 GRA 53. MELINA MATTE GRA 53-543 Heralds 53-55. EDDIE MAYEA MANUEL MEDINA ORALIA MENDEZ Brush and Palette Club 55-56g GRA 53-563 jacketeens 53-543 Letter Girls 563 Spanish Club 53-56. SCOTT MERCHANT MARY MIDDLETON GRA 53-563 Heralds 55-56g Repertoire 55-56. SIMMIE MILES Football 543 Rifle Club 55-56. ROBERT MILLER MARY MINCI-IEW GRA 53-54g Heralds 545 jacketeens 53-54. FRANCES MIZELLE FNA 533 GRA 53-54. CAROLYN MOAK GRA 53-545 I-Iussars 54-56, SYLVIA MONCRIEF GRA 53-55g Heralds 54-56g Hussars 54-55g IRC 53-55g Letter Girls 55-56: Tennis 55. ABEL MoNTALvo Spanish Club 53-56. VIRGINIA MONTALVO FHA 53-54g GRA 53-565 Spanish Club 53-56. V , ,,. - II-I il: - ' i II f iff I!! f flsfzt 965 KW I , fig If I ' , ' 3 ,f . In A, aw LV 4, 4,1 4 lj. KM, if If ., ,I I u,,., A 5 . fi' 'A " ' - I4 I 7 . 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PRUETT MOORE Intramurals 53-565 Meritorious Cita- tion 545 Slide Rule Club 55-56. VIRGINIA MOORE DE Club 54-565 FNA 53-565 GRA 53- 5-lg JCL 53-545 JRC 53-54. LOUIS Moos Cabinet 53-565 Congress 54-555 Foot- ball 55-565 Heralds 54-565 Spanish Club 555 Track 55. GABINO MORENO Baseball 54-565 Cabinet 535 GSA 53. BENNY C. MORGAN NEVELX'N MORGAN GRA 53-545 Heralds 54-565 Hussars 53-545 JCL 54-555 Meritorious Cita- tion 54-55. GERALD MORVANT Cabinet 53-565 Congress 55-565 Cheer- leaders 55-565 Heralds 53-565 Meri- torious Citation 555 Repertoire 53-555 Slide Rule Club 55-565 W'lJeel Staff 565 Yellow fucker staff 55-56. VIRGINIA Moss FTA 54-565 GRA 53-565 Heralds 54- 552 JCL 53-55. MARGARET NABOURS Cabinet 54-565 Director of Public Re- lations 555 Congress 555 GRA 53-555 Heralds 53-565 Hussars 54-565 JCL 54-565 Meritorious Citation 55. MARY JANE NABOURS FTA 53-545 GRA 53-565 Heralds 53- 565 Letter Girls 55-565 Pilot Staff 55- 56. JIMMIE NACOL Choir 55-56. BETTY NEEL FNA 54-563 Glee Club 54-56. Presi- dent 55-56. KATHERINE NELSON DE Club 55-56: GRA 53-55: Heralds 54. ANNIE JANE NEVi'LIAN DE Club 55-565 Glee Club 5-l-551 GRA 53-543 I-leralds 54. MARY NEVTMAN Cabinet 5-I1 Color Guard 54-565 FHA 56: GRA 53-56: GSA 54: I-Ieralds 54- 561 Letter Girls 561 P1101 Staff 54-553 Repertoire 53-5-li Yellou' 115521 Staff 55-56. RALPH N1CKL.4S MYRTLE NIXON PNA 54-55: GRA 53-541 JCL 53-54 JRC 53-543 PRA 54. JEAN ANN NOLAN Hussars 54-56. PEGGY ANN NOLEN Heralds 55-56: Letter Girls 55. BARBARA NORRIS DE Club 54-562 PNA 53-54g GRA 53-54. NANCY NORRIS Cabinet 54-56g Congress 553 French Club 53-56, Treasurer 553 GRA 53-55: Heralds 54-563 Majorette 55-563 Pilar Staff 55-563 Repertoire 53. DOUGLAS NORVELL JRC 53-545 Repertoire 543 Rifle Club 55-56. JOE NORVILLE Cabinet 563 Choir 55-563 JCL 53-543 JRC 55-564 Slide Rule Club 56. ROBERTO ARCE N OYOLA WARNER NUNEZ Boys' Choir 55-56. Quartet 55-56. CHARLES OATES JCI. 53-543 Track 55-56. 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Hank Smith, jimmy Faulkner, and Margaret Nabours. , . x,.k Iv K , '- . 'X K Senior King and Queen, Kenneth XY'.1tIer and N.u'ilyn Barron, could only smile when news came that they had been elected. 'K 'Y 3 , .va m ' ,. ,B G , v' 1 I B XXVTL... 'hkqgg f ' 3 Q 5 b Spring officers Barbara Phillips, Flotorial Representatrvel Bar. ' ,v 'Q 4 ,V ,-,fei,,,' XS' Q -b ' bara Dore, Treasurerg Raynor Hebert, Presidentg Holda Vela. A X' xl ,ft 5' S t " Vice President: and Betty Ketcherside, line up for a picture, Z ,. if ,F K- www. ,,., in :V 4 ., if ivii ' 35- w14ftsF'IQi N-AWNMWMW ' ,l . etey to . i. g,Qgf5Qgz2j" " Lf, fi 1,1 A RM 5, 1-I n f - , e 3 ' . is i N 'S' 5 r 5, ,V,, 'X 774e,Qef' If . lv S' X it . ' M X . , , , , . iff, ' "Stick 'em up-and sign those diplomasl' Seniors Q, , , Johnny Boyd, Emily Fortescue, Dianne Flint, and David ' Kent thought they'd scare Mr. Z. T, Fortescue, Superin- tendent of Port Arthur sthwist p ig 1 ffI'sll'l.ll"li?:f2SigN. ',l,lNltgg'1:'r Q Q riltllllmg K . VN' . ,Si QS 1 litem, i init S3 -' .3 E All S.B.C. officers were seniors. They are, standing: Fred Esch, Eric Kimball, Holda Vela, Barbara Xveber, and sented: Rochelle Totino, Judy Redfearn, and Joy Felder. ANITA O'QUINN Choir 55-56g FTA 54-551 GRA 55-563 Repertoire 53-54. 5 5-565 Glee Club CHARLOTTE PAGE GRA 53-54. PETE PAMPOLINA Cabinet 53-54g GSA 53-54: JCL 53-54. CHARLES PATE Cabinet 55g Congress 553 Intramurals 53-544 Track 55-56. CLINTON PATIN WAVERLT' PATIN GRA 55-54g Jacketeens 53-54. THOMAS FLOYD PATTERSON ALVIN PAYNE Cabinet 54-55g Cheerleader 55-56g Con- gress 55g Heralds 54-56. GEORGE PEDERSON Football 53-55g Track 54-55. JESSE PEEK Intramurals 53-54g Track 53-5 5. Rifle Club 561 JANIS PERRY Band 53-555 GRA 53-56g I-Ieralds 54- 56. SANDRA PENDERGRASS JOSE PERALEZ MARY ELLEN PERALEZ BURNELLA PERRON JCL 53-54. - 1 . My, ,K 'gg-1,,.., " 1 , ' 'za-1 , M1 53" ', ,Z + ' lf' i ' Y ,y ' 'M'-' I . 7 f ,dnl 9 W 4' 6 ' My ' x P' fe 1 I X 2 fi E 4 . 4 1 Q! 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I . gl , , . 3 , ..,,,, ,gl .I BARBARA JEAN PHILLIPS Cabinet 53-56, Vice President 54, Sec- retary 533 Flotorial Representative 561 Congress 563 Court 553 GRA 53-563 GSA 543 JCL 543 Letter Girls 563 Yellow jacket Staff 563 French Club 56. JERRY Pl-IILMON Cabinet 53g Projector's Club 563 Slide Rule Club 56. CONNIE PIERCE Heralds 53-563 Letter Girls 54-56, Vice President 563 Ten-nis 53-56. ELEANOR PIERCE FHA 5 3- 5 5. JUNE PIERCE Cabinet 553 Choir 54-553 GRA 53-563 Heralds 54-563 Meritorious Citation 55. PI-IILLIP PIERCE Football 53-543 Heralds 54-553 Track 54-56. BILL PIRNACK BETTY PooLE GRA 54. JANIS POTTER GRA 54-553 FHA 56. 55-563 Heralds 55- GERALD POWER JRC 53-56. MARGARET ANN PRICHARD Cabinet 53: GRA 54-552 GSA 543 Heralds 54-561 Hussars 54-563 Assist- ant Uniform Quartermaster 541 Secre- tary 563 JCL 54-55: JRC 54. JACK RAINS Boys' Choir 553 Cabinet 53-563 Track 5-l-56. FRANK RAMIREZ Spanish Club 53-56. MINNIE RAMIREZ FHA 533 GRA 53-563 Letter Girls 561 Spanish Club 53-563 Yellow jacket Staff 56. CURTIS RASCO Band 53-563 Debate Club 563 French Club 54-553 Pilot Staff 56. MARY RAVEY Cabinet 533 Heralcls 54-563 Glee Club 54-553 GRA 53-553 Meritorious Cita- tion 53-553 Repertoire 55-54. LORETTA RAWLINSON French Club 53-55, Secretary 54-553 GRA 533 Heralcls 55-562 Hussars 54- 56. SYLVIA REAUX DIANE REDDING Cabinet 533 GRA 53-563 I-leralds 55- 563 Hussars 54-56. JUDITI-I REDFEARN Cabinet 53-54. Treasurer 533 Congress 53-54. Parliamentarian 55-563 Court 563 Heralds 53-563 Hussars 54-56. Sec- retary 55, Vice President 56. GERTRUDE REEVES EUGENE REID Choir 563 Congress 563 Spanish Club 53-54, HUEY REYNOLDS Projector's Club 56. RANDOLPH REYNOLDS Football Manager 55-563 Heralds 54- 563 Intramurals 54-563 Rifle Club 55- 563 Shutterbugs 55-563 Slide Rule Club 56. f 3 I JOHN RICHARD , Cafe-4,,.41X JACK RICHARDS Heralds 54-563 JCL 53-563 Slide Rule Club 56. DIANNE RICHARDSON Band 54-553 Cabinet 54-553 GRA 533 JCL 53-55. MURRAY RICHARDSON A. H. RICI-ITER LOLA MAE RIGSBY Brush and Palette Club 55-563 GRA 53-563 jacketeens 53-543 Repertoire 53-543 Yellow jarkel Staff 54-55. l 1 J 1 4,fi'f:-2 ,VK W l -lv I 2 1 f :wx ...AMA .- ,315 y 3 4 -, ra, , IVY: , sf? , f-3 f ,ya 2 1 'G NQZWZ H ' ' '- - 1 -- 1--..:5-IL, - wi. jing' , 435 ff iffy ,.'.f. I V ' 35,11 -'14, Aw, if Q, y ?33,,,W! . I, ,-,5,,rA,i,A, ,V mfff-,"! Aff , f If 1 1 , 'M' " 'L ,. C ' .1 '53 , -f .gg f - ii. - ,gbf - 'I WMXZ3 ,V -V fi. f If V I 3 , , .34 .. VV, 5,5 fwf ' 1, 4-ay - 5-gfi 947,4?f'?f5ff4 W If 5 ' 1 . f .C"f" , 'I VM"-,. I 3:1552 W' X -,, f-. ' - A .,,,,,,.,,., - V 'fv I 5. lrr- A I' I f ff W ' 9? I !w Z7!2f, f X 46 f KIZM4 114, Q . 5- .,5,1..,- vw 'N APR X ' Q 5 N QQ "Q fflffffsrilr X N V. . . 2 -3 Q A .. 5 gi.- - X S.. . . . I 1, . X X R: XX ,f2:g:.- . .1N-AX 1 K I Eli dir , . 'Xl I .1 - :Zt- 5- . . , 'X M ff gl' .1 fi l. 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LOUIS RIVAS Brush and Palette Club 541 Spanish Club 54Q Track 54. FLOYD RIVERS HAROLIJ ROBBINS HARVEH' ROBERTS DE Club 54-56. SAWNIE ROBERTSON IRIS ROBIGHEALIX DE Club 54-561 Glee Club 55-56. Sec- retary 55-561 Pilot Staff 55-56. BILLY ROGERS Band 53-561 Jeffersonians 55-56. VERLA JEAN ROGERS Bancl Majorette 55-561 Glee Club 5-1- 551 GRA 53-55. PAT ROLL Choir 54-561 GRA 53-561 Heralcls 54- 561 Repertoire 54. ELSIE ROIIIERO ANGELINA ROSALAS French Club 54-551 FNA 53-56, Secre- tary 54'56Q Heralcls 54-56. PRISCILLA ROSE GRA 53-54. BETTY ROSENBAUM Art Club 55'56Q Band 54-563 GRA 54- 56g Repertoire 53-561 Piloi Staff 53-541 Shutterbugs 53-561 Yellow jacket Staff 55-56. BETTY Ross PATSY ROURK FNA 53-56. Corresponding Secretary 55-563 GRA 53-565 JCL 54-56. CECIL RoSsEAU DoYLE RUSSELL DE Club 54-56. DALTON RUTHERFORD DE Club 54-55. NEIL SALTER Football 53-555 JRC 53-54: Track 53. TOMMY SANDERS IVlJeel Staff 56. LAWRENCE SARTAIN Cabinet 53g Football 54-56. BERT SAYWER ELAINE SCI-IAEFER FHA 54-55g Heralds 56. 54-56. JCL 53- MAX SCI-IAVER Baseball 533 Football 54. BILL SCI-IELLHASE DE Club 55g Intramurals 553 Club 54. Spanish PATSY SCI-IEXNAYDER ' FNC 54-56, Historian 55-56g GRA 53-- 555 Heralds 54-56g GRA 53-55. DoN SCI-IRAM BEATRICE SCOTT Q f'4 ,, zz 'ff M027-1 X V I ., .ff,.f 'ff . sv. V'-,ffm - f . no IQQY., I , rv . . Q Alva 1 aw ,fa-I A C .N . I In - 'Ig "" "VN ' gif' - 7 I , - 5 -g, - ..-N ' ' ivy-of 5 ' E 5 . 7 3 ff Q 2 IAAA , N All 75. 1 .EAI 1:aQa-a.L -.s- +v2Sm-' mal QfM?Qfh?7'DQi3gV 4 I I WSW War? 'fib- I nr- 4 K f H 1 5 , I 'Wi X L I -V ' fi-41 F -F 74 z,.,.i'.Wy f .- ..- :V 4 r. , ,f -f If , 2 ,' Lau. cf' ' 'fffm 'WN wi ' flu.. 'Q i' .aug-v -' 2-lg 555 f if , 1 I it F? . E Il? W.. .E I. , w Z, ayaagy, .f,.fQ. 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ARCHIE SMITH Basketball 53-543 Football 53-563 Track 53-56. CLAUDINE SMITH Band 53-563 Melody Maids 53-563 ENA 53-56, Historian 543 GRA 53- 553 JCL 53-55. DARLENE SMITH DE Club 55-563 GRA 53-563 Heralds 54-553 JCL 54-55. HANK SMITH Art Club 54-563 Cabinet 55'56Q Heralds 54-563 JRC 54-553 Meritorious Citation 553 Pilol Staff 54-55, Asso- ciate Editor 54-553 PRA 54-553 Span- ish Club 53-543 IVl9eel Staff 53-563 Yellow jarleet Staff 55-56, Editor 55- 56. LAURA LEE SMITH DE Club 55-563 PNA 53-543 GRA 53- 553 Heralds 54-553 Spanish Club 53- 54. LAVELLE SMITH DE Club 55-56. LEON SMITH Choir 55'56Q Baseball 53-563 Football 53-553 Intramurals 53-553 Riflri Club 55-563 Yellow forks: Staff 55-56. LOIS SMITH Band 54-56, Librarian 54-55, Secretary 55-563 Cabinet 553 Congress 553 GRA 53-553 Meritorious Citation 53-55. STEVE SMITH Baseball 54-56. JANICE SMITH Cabinet 543 Congress 553 GRA 53-563 Heralds 54-563 Letter Girls 56, Secre- tary 563 Pilot Staff 553 Tennis 53-56, Vice President 553 Yellow jacket 56. WILLIAM SMITH Baseball 53-563 Football 533 Meritori- ous Citation 53-56. KENNETH SNIDER DE Club 55-56. JERRY SONNENBERG . 4, i .3 I z I i Ll ff Q., i '29 'N...,.-. 'QV' ffm!! v QA 'N ,,w+ ,pf , .1 I 13 3 ' me I M 73? x ,J ' " if if V ., . ,W .f ffmxw' Z V .f:f.f,,g,W,.-,, ffg I I . '.'L77.7' .ff of a i' C ,K I , '.-3 1 I ff Y Z! -"6" f , ' ff 4 '19 Z fff f f ,Q 1 ff I 5.41 f ,QQ , ,Z 5 44 f,,f'4f,.. . .QU ,, 4 gt ,f f , 245' Ig-iff' f ,Q 4 LK .V -4 -f 4-f' I ' f 4' A fr 6 Aff' f ff ,I pf Y iff ' f,"7"4v'j,,,'l Q, V' Il' f I W' X , f if 5 52 , ,I Q f,I J If . - '.l-3 f I l A QW W ff ff' Z Zffiif ZiZ I. ' 254 f W fiff 7 ,E I -. . wi ,I Le" . "S - -Ii - 'Y WL "Iv I A ,A . 3' .P l a L .N I ' .. I " xg . ML if 5 if I ' 5 , . . if Q 5 I ff . I.. litgkiz., 4 ' '-2 -M95 5' 5, ,, ,X,X, 5 9 Q.. I '- -I-f -3-gf N 1 lv-. 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LARRY SPRADLEY Band 53-553 Cabinet 55-563 Camera Club 54-565 JCL 53-555 Jeffersonians 53-553 JRC 54-563 Meritorious Cita- tion 53-56. MARGARET LO1s SPRADLIN JOHNNY SPRAGUE BILL STAFFORD Pilot Staff 55-565 Shutterbugs 53-555 Spanish Club 54. RUTH ANN STEVENSON Band 53-56, Sweetheart 56g GRA 53- 563 Heralds 54-563 Jeffersonians 55- 563 Melody Maids 54-555 Meritorious Citation 54, 553 Spanish Club 53-55. TOMMY STEWART DE Club 55-56. GLENDA STILWELL Art Club 55-565 Choir 54-553 GRA 55- 56. CAROL SUE STONE Glee Club 53-545 GRA 53-545 Heralds 55-563 Hussars 54-56.. A. J. STRAI-IAN Meritorious Citation 53-54. SARAH STANAHAN Cabinet 54-553 FTA 53-553 Heralds 54-569 JRC 53-545 Spanish Club 53- 55. WILLIAM STRANGE EDDIE STUTZENBURG Football 53-54. These Were the Days Seniors Will Recall if ai ' ,--m- ' ix :H X-........-N--ua ,, 1l"' in , DoNl'B5R,olgd ' DQ5 .fly -a B OunSaiNl'l,'lq L Foll ToNiGl'll WfizrEOiiiTk, Mosrlof NT ll i vw, Q Q , H W.. if " . ix V new if WM! Up went the Senior Siycial Calendar with the hely .if Bcrlq' Ylune Pierre. Cai'-'lin l.-ml. Nancy Niirris, and Gerald Mor Montroy, Betty Ketcherside, and Carol Cannacly. mint .irlinire the Qeniiii' liavt-mn banner after many hours 0 l1.1I'l,l Xklrl On hand to decorate for the Senior 5 l-loriecffming Dance were Mary Soule. Phil Puselier. ,lwhnny Boyd, Sissie Fredeman. Bill XY'alton. Leo Dulce. Jessie Peek. Margaret Nabours, and Sandra Fuller. An inrlustrinns Seniiir English Class wuld be found each morning in Mrs. Only Greers rnnin at seccind period. 3" 23' ' if Leap year and Texas Day! What more could a Senior girl ' ask for? Gerald Morvant, johnny Boyd, and Leo Dolce d0n't seem to mind. though. 3? X J , 1 :WI-.rw , Q Qi? . ,ffff 1 5--1+ or R - ' :TYEEQ -.1 ,Q -, , x ... .'-" V! 3 -Q52 I R gi I A 1 A jr Ri is A 4 I 6 s Q A 2 ff z A fi 5 S' ' N M fr VY I f X C A 2' 5 9.5, -fb' Q if A l W fw'-Y f , A-of S A QQ' ,W 'ti Rf Zz It wg'f.,ryy Rf -A A f- 1 . . 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LINDA ELLEN THOMPSON Cabinet 555 Congress 555 Court 545 French Club 56, Vice President 565 Hussars 54-565 Drum Major 55-565 Heralcls 54-565 Letter Girls 565 Meri- torious Citution 54-55, BEN THORNTON Football 54-56. CAROLYN TIBBETTS Cabinet 54-565 Congress 545 GRA 53- 565 Heralds 54-565 JCL 54-565 Meri- torious Citation 54-55g FTA 55, Pfesi- dent 55, Parliamentarian 56. JAMES TIBBETTS jo ANN TIPTON FNA 53-56, Reporter 54-55, Treasurer 55-56. GLENN TOERNER Football 5 3-56. PHILLIP TOLIVER MURIEL TOMLIN MALCOLBT TOMPLAIT ROCHELLE TOTINO Band 53-563 Majorette 5-1-563 Cabinet 53-54. Corresponding Secretary 53-541 Choir 55-563 SCXICI 55-56g Citizen of the Month, January 56g Congress 563 Typist 561 French Club 54. Glee Club 555 GRA 54: Heralds 561 PRA 5-1. XVILTON TRAHAN Football 53-55. DOROTHY TRAMP GRA 54-ssl JCL 54. SARA JANE TRBIBEL Band 53-563 GRA 54: French Club 54-55. DERALD TURNER Choir 565 French Club 53-56: Heralds 53-56g Track 56. MAX TURNER JCL 54-56g Heralds 561 Meritorious Citation 541 Repertoire 54-56g Slide Rule Club 56. JAMES TURPIN Baseball 54-56. Basketball 55. ARTHUR ULBRICH Cabinet 55-56g JCI. 53-553 Slide Rule Club 55-56. JEAN ULMER GRA 53. ALBERT URBINA Football 55-56. JUDY URWIN Cabinet 54-56g Congress 553 Court 565 Glee Club 555 GRA 53-55g I-leralds 55-56g Hussars 54-56. 9 ' E 1 W VJ i 3 df .',-' - nv-M 'Vw ' .sg ., 1 .- , , L way, v 54" 5,4 I Wav 'Eff 5 . , 14 J "fzj,7jy,y ' - WWW A Keg... - 71 J ' ,awk .,f,rf,: 2 , l Za J .2 5. 1 if , , WF Z 'S of X 6 f 4 7 7? T, L3 7 f fa 11 ek 4 fe 5 M, 45 'fag' ff v 1 , 4 ,, g , 'PW 7 x 7, f f ' 6 WH ,f X -Z-of MT W W ' L 5-fi' L' f.iJ.i "-' f i 0 f 5 .,, ,. .. R 4 , 55 X f 3 FV ff, V. ' wtf vw. fffii ff 6 f ,J W, X, My 5, . ,ff mf, hy f 4i,,vZ,.U! f . .wr fl ff,,W 41 J 5 f ff h ., ,f 1 , f ra 5 V3 1 5 1,44 7 4, f 1, , 5 , ' f f -,5 iw 4, . J ff fe, I 1 A ff f f 4,3 1 5 1 71 4 f 4 ' J 1 1 Ma t! 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VERNON VINCENT JIMMY VIZENA Pilot staff 55-56. FLORENCE- VIZUETE FNA 53-5-iz Glee Club 553 GRA 53- 5-1. CURTIS WAGNER HANK WAINWRIGHT Baseball 54-565 Cabinet 54-563 Con- gress 54-563 Football 55-563 Track 54- 55. BETTYE RUTH WALKER Choir 55-563 French Club 53-553 Glee Club 553 GRA 53-553 Hussars 5-l-56. BRENDA WALKER FNA 533 French Club 55-56. JOHN WALKER Cabinet 54-55: Cheerleader 55-561 Choir 54-563 Court 563 JCL 53-541 Track 54-563 Repertoire 54-56. Presi- dent 56. ROBERT WALKER Baseball 53-563 Basketball 53-561 Foot- ball 55-56. SHELLEY WALKER GEORGE XYIALLACE Boys' Choir 56. O. T. WALLACE JCL 55-55. JIMMY WALTERS SARA WALTERS BILL WALTON Cabinet 53-56, Treasurer 533 Congress 55-553 GSA 55-563 JCL 55-553 Mm- torious Citation 553 PRA 54. JEAN ANN WARE Cabinet 563 Congress 563 GRA 53-563 Heralds 54-563 Jacketeens 543 Reper- toire 53, REBA WARR JCL 543 GRA 54-55. JOHN WATKINS Band 53-563 Cabinet 53-563 Shllftef' bugs 54-56, President 54-56. 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T af,-i1,a3f?2 ' if ,' l These Events Helped Make the Senior Year 4 X if -ff sn, f W fl ' -A--f-1. .Ge Q-rf " A 'Z' .1 . 4 w ' . " - i Teachers Coffee Break was sponsored enrli year by Congressmen, Sissie Fredeman and Doodle Nabours com- pared notes on a cute Senior boy. Senior couples lined the halls to read the Senior iliiss paper, The XWHEEL, and ratrli up on the latest Senior gossip and news. img if E v5""'m,, Senior D.E. students talk oxei' plans with tliuii' sponsor, Mrs. Senior Ruth Stcwmon was Cl-Owned Band Syyeetheart Delle Hille. by Drum Major Leonard Dolce as Rutlfs date, Johnny 76 Wfulker, looks on. OSCAR WEBB Cabinet 54-563 Football 5-lg Slide Rule Club 56g Track 56. BARBARA WEBER Band 54-56: Color Guard 55-56. Cabinet 55-55. President 551 Citizen of the Month, September 563 Congress 53-56, Rep.-at-Large 55-563 Court 553 Grand Duchess 563 GRA 53-551 Heralds 54-56: ,ICL 55-551 Rtefiwfttms Citation 53-54. JOHN XVEBER NANCY jo WEEKS PATTIE WEISEN Band 54-561 FTA 551 GSA 54. CARL WELLS JRC 54: I-Ieralds 5-I-56. LAMBERT XY' EST Choir 55-561 All-State Choir 55-54i Boys' Quartet 55: Football 54-553 Rifle Club 56g Tennis 54-55: Track 53-54. DEE XWHITE DENNIS WHITE Heralds 54-56: Tennis 54-55. GEORGE WHITE Golf 53-55g Intramurals 54g Meritori- ous Citation 55g Slide Rule Club 55, LEWIS WILKINSON Intramurals 544 IRC 55. MARY BETH WILKINSON Cabinet 53-54, Director of Public Re- lations 53, Treasurer 54g Choir 54-56. Treasurer 55, Secretary 563 All-State Choir 56g Congress 54-554 Court 563 Hussars 53-56g Drum Sergeant 55-56g Assistant Instrument Quartermaster 54- 55. SHIRLEY WILLCOCK GRA 563 Pilot Staff 563 Spanish Club 56g Tennis 56. BOBBY WILLIAMS DANNY WILLIAMS Court 563 Football 53-55: Track 54- 56g Projector's Club 54. ,,, 'S' 'N wfvw. G' 47 " 'W " fl A357 V., I 1 I' 1' f . 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K ,,7ffC'- l ' .1 'f I ,, , A , fx 2 ff 3, 3261, If I 1 , 1 "" ,h W 'I I 4 W7 ' 5 I i fl 53 ., -5' R 5 . , 5 , f , 1, If fl f 421, I X554 .3 4' 4 f f' .5 ew 5 , wfil- 5 . -A 4 f ff ,I f ' 1 V m v " ..g:iiA3..,.,--- -l 7 ' ' 1' 1 '43 fl . l ,If II' GLEN WILLIAMS GSA 533 Heralds 543 JCL 53-541 Meritofious Citation 55. JIMMIE WILLIAMS DE Club 55-56. JOY WILLIAMS Art Club 55-563 Glee Club 54-555 GRA 54-563 Hussars 54-563 Repertoire 54-553 Yellou' jarke! Staff 55-56. RONALD WILLIAMS Cabinet 54'55Q Baseball 54-563 Brush and Palette Club 54-563 Intramurals 54-563 JRC 54-55. SYLVIA WILLIAMS FNA 53-543 Glee Club 55-569 GRA 53-54. FAY WILSON FI-IA 56. MARY LEE WILSON Congress 533 French Club 54-55: GRA 53-551 Hussars 54-553 PRA 55. SARAH WILSON Band 53-553 Brush and Palette Club 55-563 Cabinet 53-54, Corresponding Secretary 533 Congress 53-543 GRA 53-543 Heralds 54-56g JCL 53-54. NANCY WILTEN Band 55-563 Cabinet 54-563 Congress 563 Heralds 55-563 JCL 54-563 Letter Girls 563 Melody Maids 53-553 Meri- torious Citation 54. 55. VERLENE WINIUHAM Cabinet 54-553 Congress 53-56: Her- alds 53-56, President 563 Letter Girls 55-563 Meritorious Citation 553 Span- ish Club 54-55. ALTON WOLF Baseball 54-561 Rifle Club 55. ARTHUR WOLF Choir 53-553 Congress 533 DE Club 55-563 JCL 53. NAIDA WOOD Cabinet 543 GRA 543 Hussars 54-563 Meritorious Citation 54. HELEN WOOD GRA 533 Heralds 54-563 Letter Girls. 563 Yellow Jacket Staff 56. JERRY WOOTEN Cabinet 543 Choir 53-543 Heralds 54- 553 JCL 54-553 Rifle Club 55-56. 3 DONNA ANN WORTI-IINGTON A FTA 54-562 GRA 55-56' Letter Girls 'I 55-561 Spanish Club 55-56. gf n .yr ,,,, , ,yfgmyff , ' ,Ayn , ' , f A IME ,gn fd 'Z .ya 073 Z4 33-X: Z 444 ,f Offff 7 I 7 ifmfgffy 1 ifyf. Mm f gli f ' f, . , . ,Q f i Z L we , X f WILLIAM WRIGHT 5 M 'fr , , fr I i A . Q 7 V .. -"5 , Rifle Club 56. flag '...,' A ,V VIK. I V MAlJREEN WYBLE X V X! 5 413,,M Q A Cabinet 553 French Club 543 GRA 53- ff A . . , - I -' f rf ffkf, jg. I U 3 541 Hefalds 55-56: Meritorious Crm- 5 I f f r, tion 55. . 5 . , I Q . A .., , ,,,, , f, ., I 'M gi.. 4 ,rl 53" 5 R - I --lil-f 'f lll l f fr' . l I f PAT WYBLI5 N ' j , Q5 French Club 54-56. .M E, . 'fl -.j'h"',,, ,, 5 0- . fs an I g - f A ' XXUILLIS YJUYLII5 gr, Cabinet 561 Congress Rifle Club 5-l. 565 JCL 55-54g ,,- JANIE XIOIQNG f 'li X -. fl' 5 GRA 54-55. lim .A ! I :Ill X l f MIL . 5 1 f 5 . ill- l . V I V . Vi la 25- 'S g VERA ZINGLEMAN 1 . : -A Vx' GRA 55-55g I-leralds 55-54: JCL 54. 'H T ' I " I 4' L lg it ral l l I ,Ac fl fbi f 4 -.Q.,. 4 it R555 i if X fr, 44 - -4 av .fe ,I N Q ...Q . A It lf "J", 'fr ' , I 1 ll l f I l jf V , ' r 5 i, , "X I yogj I, If , , fp 4 Q ' A! ,-J ' ,,! 2, ff.f.1.'.-. 5 W- rf .ff .,' wmv. - '.r-'g.,i,- N , 19 f wry f?4Myn,4QMf X if !lq"5f ,'W!f!' 'MN l ' ' ' f 1 ff 0 .f A U fvf 4 Q fir I 1 ll 'rl' 2 ff f WM L4 V ,. .5 tl I "' if we- - ' if f l l 'J ' ' A- ' l ,f w zi ,g 5 6 41 . Zi , 4 is 5 . 4 ii 'A I ,,,5 . t' 5 1 ' Af Seniors told the story of the year in THE PILOT with Senior names making the news and feature columns regularly. Linda Moore, center, edited the paper for the second time . . . she must be figuring out a new angle for an editorial. Alicia Flores and Sandra Fuller are probably teasing her 79 about her "lightning" typing. Virginia Corley and Bobby Eldred must be reading "Deckhand's Chatter. " The Senior Picnic Wm Cree of The Highlights of fhe Senior's Year Students waited around the busses until 7:30 rolled around and the signal to "shove off for Hermann Park" was sounded. Singing songs of all varieties oc- cupied bus No. 3's time on the way to Houston, On the bus are, left aisle: James Dungan. Rose Holland, Carl Craven, Bill Schel- hase, Don Hyatt, Leonard Dolce. Rear seat: Marilyn Barron, Pat Roll, Elaine Tesch, Judy Urwin. Toby Aycock, Rose Ann Dolce. Right aisle: Mary Soule. Phil Fuselier, Sissie Fredeman. Bryson Greer, Vera Zinglenian. Emily Fortescue. Hunk Smith, Mary Mc- Coy, Rita 1x'ICG31'f3ll3U. Seniors enjoying their lunches are, first table: Leo Dolce. Donald Hyatt, Hank Smith, Phillip Fuse- lier, and Bryson Greer. Second table: Bobby George, jerry Little, Raynor Hebert, Carl Longen- berger, and Arthur Ulbrich. Sitting around on the tables seemed to be good for the diges- tion of huge picnic lunches. Shown are, first row: Phillip Fuselier. Leo Dolce. Second row: Howard Cloar, Donald Hyatt. Nunq' Norris, Rochelle Totino. Marilyn Barron. Rose Ann Dolce, Pat Roll. Third roxy: Arthur Tjl- brich. Bryson Greer, Bert Sawyer, and Derald Turner. Wafching the Animals, Riding Horseback, and Playing Games Were Part of the Fun gy I ru - ,fs "' Kia 'if ,rg A hungry duck was the object of the affection of Rose Ann Dolce. Rochelle Totinoy Marilyn Barron. and Pat Roll. The girls cluimed their lunches were to he shared with the hungry animals. Time to go home found the crowd milling around the parking lot waiting for five students who al- most got left behind, 5 5 f'-Y-'iii . 1 A ffyjgy, ,, -. , yn. c ,af -'T' J A , f'A?.'f'-S13--P , ' " if ef f U7 or 'N".r1m4-'X , 1 f V i ."'--,.ff'b','Mer'-"w?i3a22.f' no ff- 'fi we 'ww 3 w !ps.sf2Wg-iyzw't'f - I ,w t ',gfg?.g,'.f -- , . ,. V-V ff - .i .7 ' cf , f-'rg , '15, , ,X , 1,1 .4175 V A0 """1Q, 41 hp. 4 14.74 4W,,WfyQ,, ,,,4,w,, N 3 V M , f, f ' llil I MW ..., , . f,,,,,,,, ,,,r,.,f f - , NW , , wh U' 2 :, Af, 7 ff ,, gm, mf ,Vfag,,f' , I i " ' 'H ' fm, I , X y V MU . I I V,V, 4,.4,,,, f , ,X 4, p, I I . 5 gl. R C. E. Smith Memorial Fountain 82 4 ws W. JUNIQRS ,1 5 Ja -hawaiian:-..,,,,,,,, ,. 45A '5"'G"'vr.-,.. . 'V . ' Wil' Q. "W 'tyfffip v'2J51..'i L f "H'g-mst' 'lf aw-""' ' ff , Tl UU' i i i y .N . hw 'f f , i ' K9 v A ' f ' f ig W ,ff Qi 4,4 I 'Uk .V A ,, A Mag, y jg f ,A 'I 1 , M24 '-" , uf. ' 41 19 .jf , ' ' if , lffliy 5 fe -4 , IL y W V' 2 Q - , ff" 'I : ', 45 , fx, I A , I 9 V fy 4, , 6 ,ff 1 5 ' Q l' f A 32 fa if y A is ff it 42' ' at X, Hinting of the future and promising great things yet to be clone, thoroughly enjoying the passing View with the wisdom of youth, the junior Class reflects the spirit of the town in which they live, as well as the enthusiastic air of their Thomas Jefferson High School, Juniors Were Active in Grade Affairs Each homeroom had the name of a state, and members of the state elect one person for governor. In this group are, first row: J. Qualls, H. Wfagner, A. Hendryx, L. Reagan, and B. Traweek. Sec- ond row: P, Creswell, P. Shelton, N. Whelply, V. Pandella, and 1. Bates. Third row: J. LaSalle, R, Buddecke, M, Majors, and G. Boyle. Fourth row: H. Patteson and J. Hines. As. va 5-1 .. 1 i 1, ,,f -,...,., I 1 Selecting the subjects is an important thing for Juniors to do, since they have only one more year to get the required subjects and credits for graduation. Seated in the foreground are: Dot jones, Norma Moos, and Nancy Knight. 1 sr As 1 x X ww .male in x ' ' i N' iirrfier ,N ...-- gixwil f'H?3'5 4 ,M,.,f, ,K we ls X.g5,sxx N , .Mag f vi? -ww -Me.3,w sat. we juniors elected dukes and duchesses to represent them ut the Senior Bull, Nlaly 11. They arez' Sheryl Feemster, Nancy Thompson, Peggy Barbin, Johnny Norris, Harris Webb, Clifford Domingu jimmy Rucker. Nor pictured is Mayna Bargainer. 5 e and Eugenia Abel jackie Adams Donald Adamson Rose Aera Joyce Akery Harry Allen Sylvia Allen Rosita Arciya Joe Arisco Pat Arisco John Armstrong Robert Artigo Shirley Askew Mary Atkins Truman Aulds Rosa Avilez Grace Baker Raymond Baker Peggy Barbin Kenneth Bargainer J Y ff, Af: A L ,au A ,gnkb " if A W, aff 41 Q Q If f ag, ... 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Brazil Lois Brevell Sharon Briggs Eugene Britain Shirley Broussard Carl Brown Helen Brown . is , 44 f Q. 40 1: al iv fr, W, V an '-: I l 1 l ,ie , Q le 'i "" -0 ' ' rv. -1 -nv 'iii ' x 1' 'V - I A ' 1 i ag? i K 3 - .,., - f if 4 ww W. I ' ""9"' we-iv V 3. .Li I K ' V A ' ' . . . 5 '3 sa- , gs Y .0 'Q "'-Y :vue mf 'J Q , i x Q W. Q i XSS "B 1, we x qw,-X-,gr X N g or Ax V' 'ffl i.,, A :iz -fb. s - fm .C VX.,- or f, M, .offs 'P ., fwi I ix :flu Qi l . i A x C 4 I jr gg 4 'auf Q x X ,N. '. i-Y. Royetta Brown Harold Brunson Robin Budclecke Pat Buford Ben Burt Ioann Caldwell jewel Campbell Carolyn Carlsen Buster Carney Mary Carpenter Judy Carruth Ed Carter David Carver Pat Castille Olga Castillo Cecil Chambless Larry Champagne Robbie Chandler Vonda Chandler Mary -lane Chaney Earl Chapman Lynn Chauvin Mary .Io Chelette Barbara Church jerry Clark Gay Nell Clay Paul Clayton Jane Cloar was t . r .ii Qlkxw ,X X 2 S Q R 2 1 if we k"'2!' V34 h IQVC :NA 'Wg .2 ,,. 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Q ' Ma" i ' , Efldle Flores . I laa'-l It 3 - Bill Floyd 1 , js v Anna Foerster joy .ji . y Nanc Fondren rl ft I Y mv? .y,.,. Q, f I A ja., RWM A . zz " -fl' 'I " , A x f., I' Jerry Fontenot ir K 5 I X Novella Fontenot , I F X Ralph Foote My f S X Mary Linda Foster y Z ,, Tx, X":"' r ,X I s ,f c I . lf: , , 'la-, -,, . ,,, .-'?f' ,,W,,,,, ,,., z.,,- ---, , 3f.y,'7,3--1---We .Q sy ml mil .4 y ' l ' ' I Q , ff-, 4, ,, I W ' ff, "ft "" 3 A I . , " ,I , n Y f M5 Aff f - , 1 - ll 1 l ll f W 6 I er winning, secon pace in t e ' "' , Q A 'ff G.R.A. basketball tournaments, the jun- ' 4 X ior Team I are proud of their rating. QE L ' " J X ' I I Team II also set a good record. The I ll A ' A L' ,sl V X teams are, left to right, kneeling: Penny , 7 ,.,, e -by-5,4 'QV' l rl sy Doerge, Joyce johnson, Bobbie Dicker- I VM QL f ' , W, Q, ' rf ' ' l . N be V son, Captains Della Gorday and Jo . i mg ,,,,y y 1 . l ff l Q Vi .. 1 ,, Ellen Slald, Nancy Newman, Dot jones, I I , I f if Diane Daniels and Ann Eaves Stand- ' , l , , y y ' ' ' Q' I In A A Q A f u J ing: Rose Aera, Mary Carpenter, Raye I l W 7 gy Q smith, Joyce Duplechalfl, Phyllis Guize, ' M al l I "Ly 2 ' 5 53 . Mary Jane Chaney, Hortense Sprowl A A ' f uqv if I w fi Ernestine jones, and Sylvia Dol'e. .yn flfiyy-I f' I 3? . Z 5 1 f" ' ,, 5' ,fl E 5 'I 5,253 ' " Q ., V- A.. ' Errol Fournet jerry Frankl in Lillian Gandy Cristobal Garcia Gabriel Garcia Sherrie Gar rett Rodney Gary Phyllis Gates Gordon George jerry Germo Douglas Gilliam Domelia Gonzales fig Isidero Gonzales joe Gonzales Rennie Gonzales Billy Goodwin Glenda Goodwin Phyllis Goodyear Della Gord By Jennie Graffio ,I - 49- f -A 4 I . -,Q f- at f, . f ., f r 4 M . ---.1 , Q ,A W f , f'! 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'fi r , A .ff --- 5 ' A , -fr ff sw fe'-J., 'L ' i A ,, JJ? J, xv t -,,. 1 , ,X j . A D ' W K , ,M Lx K I 'Va , U f., - 37, J fi '1 , .. Q, W , ,rr ,,,,,X,,,-X L XQWAQV Ai' ,gd 4 42 "rw ,, -. 'wigs l 1 - I E L 'i" -V , N , E -r,- X 4 r gf rf ' J , XX V X X L' r L Lk.. X sh A 2 . it s 1 I' Wx X N., V ldv Cx r J ,i .. , ,r 1' w 4 1 Shirley Hebert Tommy Hebert Sandra Hendrickson Ann Hendryx Susan Herlin Eileen Hernandez Robert Hernandez Yolanda Hernandez '35 had if fi ' Sl t ' ir - il a sb-J 1-.sh A' sf Beth Herring Fay Hickey Bobby Hilton john Hines Frank Hoffpauir Carolyn Holbrook Ben Houston Barbara Howell Barbara Hughes Barbara Hughes Eugene Hughes f"'T -uf 9" i S-' ' 'ff fy W 1 Ku' Q 3 y 3 V F f -J' if Marland Huhnclorft N-" jim Bob Humphries Ben Hurst 1 'U 'hifi' f J 'ras 53370 ' aw an . I 'IH' James Irvine I fl.. Carol Irwin W Emmeline Irwin Patricia jenkins Manuel Jimenez Dorothy johnson 3 A I .I fau- IM wb, l f ,V-V 4' ,4 ,X Z LII' .1732 ' pafifizg- ' .fifwif r H -r .f. rf 5 WMM 9 , 'f ' ff U W f 0 QW if fe f 4' ff 2 Z A an , ,, f 49 f Z ff' 4 f f f 'W M ' -, , ' ,- J kwin' 0 fl I . 1' ,F Hfxff- ,aee Q- rf , .. ,p41m,f,.: r f . " s- wf 2 f M W li Ii' Yemaff , .s Q! f If-1 ' " . " K . 1.1 V. , ,'-sqw..,4 Q V wr af W , I . ,ni ' it 1 1 , ,.-40' "1 , 2 'Yr ' a. mir! ' iff' If '-vw. ,iii HW' ' f if x 5 3.51 " "" I ' " 1 .,,' di't 4' -ru I , Q, A A 4 , I r i , . l m . . V -F33 W M' .. a While the Seniors were away on picnic, March 9, more than 600 juniors were the V.I.P.s as they welcomed speakers from every profession and industry to the Conference planned to help determ- ine future courses and careers. Mem- bers ot the Vocational Conference Com- mittee aided in the plans, First row: Mayna Bargainer, Kate Ber- ton, jo Ann Demler, june Qualls, Johnnie Sue Guntner, and Ann Eaves. Second row: Mark Majors, J. W. Storey, and johnny Norris. 93 f l , V r f f J 4 1 , . 7' 11' . 2 ff 'I gl joe johnson Joyce Johnson Ned johnson Patricia Johnson Tony johnson Clyde Jones Diana jones Doris jones Dot jones Ernestine Jones julia jones Lucille jones Robert jones Frances Ann jordan Ann Katsalis Bettye Keenum Mike Kendrick O. V. Kibbe Delward Kieschnick Nancy Knight If , , Y 1 M- ' ,4 , , f A V P ,ah , A ., ,fa fi war -45 'r 1 ,fr 1 A.. ,f - any A . 4 3 W 4' Wi' If fly A . A i i J , ,ar e , V 1 I 'ff i A -V1 . . fi il' M517 il' ' L .QM i ,.'c,r, Q ,o If watfyy 3 by . X w... I f A Qfzgig - z 1- ' , ig I of f, ff 'P' of A ,4 6. 4. .Ar 1 4 gy ww 7 ff W f ,Q 5 UVWM. l My 1 , 4, I6 f- ia: y r, ,ff .1 , Z U ,, ,cm ,. ai ,.,. . , ,If if , W, . ,4-mf, . I ,.,. f a' fa. ' f Y 4-Oc wav, 'Q , A' Q f 4 fb. 'Uv ' YW. My V ' f ,if Q J v. iw" 13 ff!-ii ' ,i V, ,,,, gif S, F '- , si ' '9 - ff, , my L '-" L -' . L . it 1 L' Y . ,,, ,. I P 'X J il' X Q 1- . in L 5, is af v w Y gi 515 I 5.x IU! .J nuff Bill Koch Robert Kraitchar Alfred Kuntze Harlan LaBure Deanna Lachausse Betty Lackey Leonard Lacobie james Laing LZ' , y, , 7' ff ff M X I W , f C ,. , ,W , 41 wg! K7 , A ff f ff' , f f Jimmie Lee Laird Bonnie Land jimmy Landrum Arthur Landry Betty Landry Gene Paul Landry Jimmy Landry Emalise Landry Margaret Landry Phillip Landry Elizabeth Langton James LaSalle Diana Latiolais Ethel Laughman Billy Laurents Larry Lauve Ronald Lauve Doris Lavergne Jerry Lawrence Charlotte Lawson lg- ill I Cf! gf ,, fu ' nl 1, ,iff ' .fm 1 f if g y it VJLZQ ,gf f. 5 B51 r L1 "a'. f f 'wa . A ,fax 1' 57 'f M u 20 Z xl 44" . .... ,Mun 1 1 U . q v, .,,h.. ,awww 5 .H 7 'W L'1'W?Vf , 73 4 I' . . , rm' VW ' M4 ' w, "--he L V V , , I , 1 J " 1 " W .,v l a Y? 0 ,,, . "', , gf L 1 X f f 'if' r . ' ' ,." W fi, V ra Vt u J-'Anil ' . M. 5 4, ' 1 L ' A A i M A .I 0!f X 4 04 ff' Douglass Lawson Bernel LeBlanc Carson LeBlanc Janie Lee Verna Mae Levy Clara Lewis Margaret Lewis Nancy Liby "vVv ff, ' x f f f 4 ,455 A7 J f 75, " Z7 wade f f 1 if f , .ff r 'l' , 'L A?-ff' fi l f f 44 X fl tfijlw , as A l rg f J' J O I 1 All 1 if ,sy ff , , X 0 W, Q , 1 , , ' fi 4 ar if , mv-' , M1 ,,,.0,.2Z , , ,fy I 7 V X I I ff 1 09' -ea 5? -rf K 4 ff r f 95 l E E Curtis Locke joe Earl Lockhart Bobby Loftin Sue Logan Sam Loiacano Wfynelle Long Nick Lopez Alfred Macerias Katherine Mack Mark Majors Nancy Makins Nila Sue Mann june Marino Mary Martinez Raymond Martinez Edward Massin Belver Lee Matte Dexter Mayfield Dot Mazur Sally McBride A -il AE 1-:TM f x N ' Sr at Q r ,Q F fs if-S 'PNN' .Q 'N If ke ,Q 1 I ai . M . 30: rf.-5.j,. Sify. A -Q .w , l rs it l ff 1 1' x' t L :L KX ew as was X X ., , 4' I i .. 1 A. . 'N V 'frk' Q is -. . ,wi 1 ek C as , k sm- tn" 'xg 1. T M. N 3 t x so if A M r.rSrSf'i X jx, g Planning for the future was 11 highlight of the spring semester. Pictured, left to right, are: Gail Steveson, Susan Herlin, Paul Clayton, Edward Massin and Mayna Bitrguiner who took part on the pro- gram in the general assembly for the Vocational Conference. , f 1 Av j' Z I , 4 1 1 X . ' jerry McClelland jane McCollum jane McCoy joan McElroy Charlotte McFarland Robert McGill Don MtGow.m John Muliiigue Edith MtKihbon Danny McKinley Iris MtL1ughlir1 Edwin McL2.urih Maurice Mc'XY'1lliams Lester Melancori Curtis Methvin Arlene Miclkiff Shirley Milburn Luther Miller Wfayne Miller Wfinston Miller ' Qziifi' vw, 7 f ff 4 ! jf 4 1 ff X Q ZW L aff' ' if guy, ,A V, 2 " V "f 'fan' A . X s aQ J , ,gf ,is ' Aw? v"'i Q ' wr m N-we 'ff t. f,.g . 5 59. Q QM. 1' f jf + 'M' -1 V, 5 . . f "Gs Y' .1 1 Y-'SY S-3 , ff I ffl, ffl, ' .V if IWQIJ wmv 17 1 ' ' 2' I if " fu , I Q F' , 4 l . . Nw "1 .L 'f yr .L ,- t 1 f L 1-f U I '49 , ,, fl l . ff ?t A f ' X, 7,7 If 4771 ,fr 7 W ' ' lzffif ffbf MY, ,ff wh yo u V Hfiaz. , wfeeu- ' it tii iii L V if Q fiiv X If ff fi 1 X y f X, W f X Q , 47 ff! ! f 1 f f 4 f ff f ff X f fy fj4g.,g, H, , ff if ' " ,, ,ffl V O X X M , f , Vfyffzyj M X X if f 0 ff Y , I fnayf ' ff 4 0 fi , 'fjf 'yin . ,tg L, ,W vga g L,g,,,, Vi? ..,, f vif- , L i W . .,,. , V l X s , J ,L Wfalter Mitschke Lynn Moore Pat Moore Susan Moore Mattie Moorehead William Moorehead Norma Moos Phyllis Morgan 97 Billie Mosley Golden Moss Alex Nacol Glenda Newman Homer Newman Nancy Newman Claudine Nicholson George Nolen Harold Norris john Norris Linda Norsworthy Patsy Norsworthy Larry Nunez Patty Nunez Wayne Nutt Charles Oliver Gerald Olivier jesse Olvera Veanne Otto Ercil Owen P ii W Z irt, 'w x 1 A 99 PQ ..,.f iiii .ry H- - , ,,,. X,,i , A f D .. X fi "' i 7- PD' w-1 lr. it N f A ff"v'u5i.1, , , s i is i aa ei i . as a .,a sw Janette Owen Peggy Pace ,lo Nell Painton Virginia Pandella Jeannine Parks Mary Ann Patrick Harland Patteson Henry Pedroza 1 X N '25 si X x wzst X X x R S. I. Pellerin Robert Pendergrass Emile Perez Gene Perkins Jeannine Person james Petion K. Pcttewly Roy Phillips Alice Picazm Bill Picton john Piggott 'line Pond Charles Poston lla Mae Prltkgi Nolen Prejegin Judy Prop? Robert Pruitt Mary Pucllitt Larry Pollen Pat Pullcn -S ,L . 6 'J' wwf!- . ..rr , 40 ' -u 'Ti' 1 T wh? 3 ,..v 1 it 1 1' in ' V,.. 4 , 1 li ' 4 I -1 ., 11' "UO v' faf fgt? f Nw -l., 6 , , ffr ,Il 3 f I rl YG V , f , 2' if V . , IU mf i ,fi f y f, f f MQ 1224 ' i Q I 'f A , f if ,f fe, W, f , :X e , ' .3 ,- W, ,. , A . I 'ffl 3 ? , + " J A , 4, x r . 1' .W , , 59? I 4? I ' w., . I 1 fx: K, i i Q ! fi iff ni " 3 4 I fy , "It would have to happen during Twirp Week!" Twirp Week was sponsored by Congress the first week in April. Pic- tured are: Frank Hoftpauir, Virginia Pandella, Bill Floyd, and Mary jo Chelette. 99 june Qualls Carol Quinn Lupe Ramirez Roy Ramirez Pat Raush Linda Reagan Glenda Rebert Hector Recio Billy Reeburgh Doyle Reynolds Tyrone Reynolds Don Rice Nelson Richards Dorothy Riggs Ronald Riley Baxter Rivers Marilyn Robinson Donna Rogers Deanna Romano Judy Romero gf ' V- it .1 ZZ? ,J ' '2 'A ff" w 4 f 4? M ' I 1 f f f 4 aww V 35 . 1 - f rf!! if. If V, if f, V ,, ,4'g',:, V , ,, rn ' if ZW MW? rf :i-j:,,w,,.-.- f , I , wr: , , V I ln 3271? ""Vf.f If , A , A , 1 ,ff 2 , , jf - ffm, .. -.1 V, .1 Pl ' 1 1 f 4 954W ef it-X4 f .., x '79 A . .1.,. fi tr "'2 " ,fo , ' ' Zi:-351 I 1 ' 2 .. 'Q 5 I i ai i n- ' me ,,.,y ""' -"i ""' 'W A , W -if. we ' - fs fit ri av 35' as 51 QQ 'Q 4 ff? Y' Q Q rv ' r ii. .4 Patsy Romero David Rosenberg Eleanor Rucker james Rucker Lillie Mae Rudd Tommie Rutland Bobby -Ryan Suzanne Sadler xt' 1-,VU 1 ,, , f f -ffm HL! ' 'J 'H A s ,f ,An 7 V Arjfl 6 Sylvia Salinas Bill Salter Jo Carol Savarino Shirley Schkade Stanley Schoen Betty Schneider Bernadine Schroeder Judy Scott Sandra Scott Bobby Secrest Kathleen Seward James Sharp Bob Shaw Lorraine Shelden Pat Shelton Linda Sheppard Jack Sherrill Glen Dale Simmons Deann Simon Paul Simonton o 2 .41 ' fn .: 4' in A' ' ol"A1' , .ii A-1 -4' Y, 1 f i I ,ii . ' V f, - .. - ,-"ff 'af-fx. . ,, Q A 1 r . , ' wav, " T . as., I , 4 A 'if y ,f f y ffm. 99 I 1. Q, wwf 4 K ' f YZ? 1. 3,4 I 4 Mwfa' 'rs iw, V' ..,-f' r-,ww an-,uv -Mm., 1, 5 I' F 'f' lb W f7 fwff XXXZQ f 7 M! 7 4124 . iilwf' f f, VJ 0 If l IVVV V fr' W- P- gjfffg lffdffl 7 ,X ,442 ,A ltrt lOl Vyr' ,V X S "" ii A 1 7,34 X, , 'Z f, ' 22 4 S, ,,4l lgvo f f 9 r wwf? .WJ my -f Mu' A I ' Wg' f Z J KZ 1 fi f 4 fr ' f ' J 1 592 f V1.9 ,.,,,,,,.,..,, ,V,, A wart? Johnnie Sims Sarah Sims Gay Nelle Sistrunk Phyllis Skaff jack Slade Jo Ellen Slaid Alfred Smith Andrea Smith " i M42 ' 1 I3 ' 4 I rg f 1 , f f I 7 Bohhie Smith Frye Ann Smith Jrinire Smith Kiithy Smith Sharon Smith Sororro Solis Tommy Solis Garland Sonnier Carroll Sons Wfesley Spix ey Hortense Sprowl Eul.i Mae Stggg james Strinshury Loi3 St.1toi'i Carol Stephenson Gail Stext-mon Mary Ann Stocver XV. Storey Mirgie Nell Storms Barbara Stout N' .Q le e .1 Q, be wr' N 4 v t ,ft X . ' I ix " Q X SFX' Q ff S Nx X SSX X A fe L ,tx ,Q .. . 'Us .4 -rv'-,,s, ' ,xt N rib fsnlilrqf ' ' 'N -Q: 1 S. !.iF"'E, 0 'F A l ll S . X A 1 X Y' ,. ,awe ' ,g - b '1 1. I f . 1 :Q QT? ' , '-Q' - New 5 P- l't'J1"'.-'yrg - 6 'N""' S ., - 'Sr ' R J' Q - i " Q-9, " wg-S" t S ' 991,11 v ff? fr-- fr xp' -ri as! , em 2 X, X ts , 1 1 W C Q x,,....e X X iam T Ye -Q .. N e A T .SFF ' ,, - ,KX .ere x ' Q .xx 'va-. . X . T - 1i.Ty3'ii . -0-:Sv it ., S, + S' N? I , " Y ' Q ' X 5555 Q . Q J W. V ,,, S VQI b . G .Q-My 1 x ,Q . . 'lv , ' xx -t 1 ,X X ' wi. to .asf , x A x ref l , K. .Sf 12? ., ' A 41 i The crowd of PILOT representatives it pictured here in made up of juniors . . . with one exception . . . Harriet Bull. X Shown are Gerry Tucker, Norma Moos, Q Myra Corley, Linda White, Harriet Bull, ,fl Joe Arisco, and julia Jones. mv fi f-' ' Barbara Straub Wfinston Swanzy Sylvia Swearingen Janis Swenson Stedman Tahaney Gloria Tate Margie Tate james Tatum Warner Tauzin Hyman Taylor Jo Ann Teinert S1dneyTemple Billy Terrell Wayne Terrell Patsy Theriot Heinee Thomas Linda Thompson Nancy Thompson Sam Thornton Leonard Tibbetts rf 'A A H 1 X It I K ,,, A , W ,Q 9 f l , ,A F f ' ff, as , Q ff 'K , i 0 WV? ff' p I w Lf f 3:2 ' Y -in at ,xp 'U rf? I' L vw 'f 'sa --M , 9 A 5 Q - . I ' 6- ' ' I 'J' I 1 f ,E x , , I f of V it I , 24 My , ,, 5 f if, f',' ' M I , T :Q Q1 3 1' Q X ,W L., nfiipf, af ,,. f ' 5 f ,ffff X f X QQZffff Mffff v Q f X 4 ff f ff! 1 ff! ff fff f X! Of ,421 X f 7 fffffzff ,s xW, Carolyn Tiller Betty Trahan Billie Traweek Susan Trundle Geraldine Tucker 'lack Turpin Rose Valdez Herschel Vaughan f my f 9 WE' fff 42 ' wwf www ,fa,rw'g aff? ww 6,9!f Qf Wf Wg? if ff? ig ff f 1? f .J X ' f X . f . Ny. f W ff I X f r f fl IO3 Linda Verboon Doresa Vincent jerry Vincent Anthony Ventrello I K 1 Carolyn Wagner " W ,, Helen Wagner A jane Walker ' v- Roy Wallace ,P x Sandra Weathers V f yy, -.c -A 5 -3 R, ' H Ogden Weaver , ,P -i , if M i Harris Webb ,, 'i - ' --so " Jim Wehnqeyer A V ' ' .r:, I ' Q. Shirley Welch VH' ,4.- X . . Donald West t O If ff 1 fe N i '-W9 A3 John Whfltley eff' fe s Diamond jim Wheeler X Q 3? " A Nancy Whelply '73 A-as X jack White Linda White Patsy White ff Q '23 :QQ owl . XYXLIYIICXY,lL'liCfSl'lL1l11 , ,A Q Don Wfilkins Barbara Wfilkinson a ., i-, W Ray Wfillett f , ' i, af' g cti 4 'W B., Betty Xlililliams Dianne Williams Gayle Williams jimmy Williams V 5 I 7 l 2, I R if luanita Wfilliams Sammy Wilson Zemnu Xwilson Martha XY'infrey George XY'olf XV. B. Wood Patsy XY'ood,1ll james XY'oolen Shirley XVorrell Claude XY'right Carl XY'ucnsQhel Carolyn XY'yly Mary Helen Ybarra Don Yeatib Arvie Young Sue Ellen Young Johnny Zcigler Clarice Zingleman 2 XX N L 1, .1' 9 ,R X 1 A , I' 'ml .Ah if K A- fa, 7" 6 -A ,....4r lf x A W ,,J -"Ji" f A I 5' ' X Q 4 ,ff 439 r ' ,-1 +' r ' i -an Q ' 7 7' V"' ' s A.,ff X 1 In I . ,ab . , ,, ,., ,pr 1 -3 75, 4 WJ' A f Oh-hah-h! Love those report cards! Left to right: Eugenia Abel, Judy Propp, Donald Adamson, George Gumberger, john Armstrong, and William Haynes. IOS Class of '57 Planned Active Year 1 X ff! .l E' it l .d, SENIOR PWC l' 'W ,f f- ' lf, ff 'ff I A 5 A il '25 ? Helping Mary .Io Chelette, Tom Alice Beasley and Glenda Writirig research themes is keeping these juniors busy, In Goodwin make a decision on what kind of senior ring they the foreground are: Julia Jones, Jimmie Lee Laird, and shall buy are Mary Lou Lnna and Barbara Dore. Ethel Laughman. L-."?f, MISS ALIECE ANDERSON Vi .aryl juzzirfr Cf.i,i1r Sjmzlwi' Q. 'T junior Class officers looking over the ronstitution are: Ed- ward Massin, Presidentg Mayna Bargainer, Vice Presidcntg Jo Ann Demler, Serretaryg and Johnnie Sue Guntner, Treats, urer. X Home-room was a part of every weeks schedule, Here we reteived advire, filled our countless questionnaires and forms, and carried on the work of our grade, Pictured in the foreground are: Peggy Blankenship, Sheryl Feemster, and julia hlnnes. W5 QW! Underclassmen Made Bids for Fame Oral reports take thought. study. and time. These students are from Miss Vitlcers first period Social stuclies claSs. Left to right are: Henry Frede- man. Barbara fNlolDlj.'. Carl Vaughan. Gerali Svvearirigeri. Carl Mo Burnett. fy Every Monday night was a full night for the junior and Sophomore band members. Regular practice was scheduled on those nights. KA 2-1- 'X .mf-" avi QB- x Y . r J QW'-. sf., .. .r 4 X -if . + 06 41 Em Ev , .... . . . 1 ' .1 grim 'rf ' .V 5,2 .4 , ' W kf efw f ,ffLZ.1fi-,f, I e ' Yew" 4,141 1 fa :.,,'L' rf? f, 'vu rp A Fu great hig smile for exeryone. ture leather Sweetlueut. Sharon Stsmsel l, has cl wrt galheiefl e is Shox hey' Clegg. UC' t qxmi V that . hi Thle' goivd COL are-'PWS K Tl' Rig Bullelm ng ol eh Y lull'5 9 round O at W Ou ' DW' 3 AA mleYeiV'ale0ll0e S to 8 teaillled one I07 Underclassmen Had Fun, Too E V Y f - J. l 1 - ' X tix 3'3i"i .- . 4- 'EX if ' . . ik ix? ,5 K ,vy l El:-,Z-4.21, ,. 55, : N1 ,ff 'E 5' VY X z wif' 3 jfs X Ja i' 'r it l Sw' t'N?'t'otEs, M A 1' . - its " ' ' 1--539 NI Ns N3 1 , F 5, e N 2 5 , hi s ,V LQ au ug in ' - -t X -' V- ., 1 + tj . f J W tw y 'ev V ., V .VV1 E NWN " 0 np." 3 ff 1 ff ,' Sophomore All-Star basketball teams consisted of Vivine Dugas, Chorlott Tahaney, Carol Holter. Dorthy Potts. Susan Zerkel, Darlene Heath, Margaret Newman, Barbara MtKin- ley, Anna Ray Scott, Linda Ulhrick, Dottie Honeycutt, Carrol Louvier, Charlotte Franl-clin, Carolyn Barrns, jane Lakie, Gay Mathis. f 1 fxfki . . . . ' 'll' 7t:25fV' .f' '1 Al 1 1 -4 nl tl ' Ik H 'Ill rw T13 ll' These two Latin stutlents, Mttrlanrl Hulintlortti .intl Katherine Mack. are effiticnt in tlctoixttirig bulletin lWU.1I'tlS. U L ,gl 5. ts Q X ein., Every other Fmlny the homutooms waitetl anxiously for THE PILOT to be elistributcu. Rise and shine, you sophomore! Yes, it's time to start learning those I-Iussar songs you hear beat out on the drums during Football season. I08 lflm Our Interests Were Many Zf4"L?2? 2171 4135, .-'1:1:1:E2 :I Fr -Y.-.V V- pg:-13:1 11- 21?-53351 'Sz ' 'L lE"'f1f" 521 if C w k- 1 W Sltitlctitx tr-,im .ill grtitles sup- L QWYFICJ the lxislttthrill team Q 9"li l tlwrw..gliiiti: the seiwn. -lntlttts :WL f wan the distritt thnmpitinship. I af n PF 'x S ,F Seiertil juniors were included Limiinlu Glee Club members. The juniors here are Barbara XY'ilkinson, Ethel Laughman, Sylvia Salinas, Barbara Howell. and Patsy Theriot. Iris Rubitheuux is a senior, able tu gixe plenty of advice. A former Til stugffnr. li, gene A. INIf.int4u1imerj, Vw' i a picture ot retire: hun! gi- rettor, Mr. O. L, Lantr. True ing the ygiinting fur Size in rin, Band House are a fc ",'.' fir Ilif- hand rnierrherv ifZZ4,ff,L4,, .,,.,,f, WY' ' Q4- I .4- "Q ,W ,emi y an ff? , , ,,,ff , 1 ' :fa I M ...,, ,wh - 'wfty X 4 f f ,fl . , f LW H ' ,i 'z iff ' ,g if .. V, T Future Hrimemukers are enjoying their new projett, that of making miniature octopuses of bright qfilure tl y.11'n. IO9 Sophomores have brought gaiety, enthusiasm and a hint of how fast this community is growing, as they crowded into halls and classrooms this year. .MJ A - 22.5 ff , ff' 'f f 1 2 WW Bathing in the Gulf of Mexico SCJPHQM CRES Sophomores Learned High School Ways fm-5, Making plans on how to run their homerooms better and smoother are the governors of the various homerooms. They are, left to right: J. Wueller, L. Douglas, B. Gillman, P. Skaff, D, jones, R. Demler, B. Green, G. Patin, P. Dejean, D. Crockett, B. McDonald, T. Cupit, D. Sim- mons, G. Gondron, J. Goff, M. Slott, B. Britt, N. Brabham, F. Hebert, S. Brantley and S.Kr1ight. 1 . ,,.mW1IY'3IQ:H ' gears 1 5434 , Q V r L Y- my QC: . "Sf 4, w We f 15 Helping run a cabinet is no easy joL. It took a lot of time and interest on the part of our Class Officers. Shown left to right as they take time out for a rest are: Pat Fisher, Treasurerg Tommy Cupit, Vice Presidentg Kay Ellerbee, Secretaryg and Nancy Creswell, President. MISS LOUISE ERXWIN The Constitution Committee is looking over some new ideas for the Sophomores in the coming 'S 'K l S XX, 3 X year. They are, left to right: David Garrett, Betty Bobbitt, Beth Majors, Sue Brantley, Molly Liby, and jewel Beck. -n.,,, 'TX la fs, -v iq, 1 ,Q W - '- J ,e- 'f A til 'Clif' 'Q' '-.YB 1 F S7 . .I ,S - A , ' . -'-wha. P' V . I 's""'? 'if ,si 1 E 1 s f r-. ff 353 'V N:-if si 1 wr . 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N, O asf fwf" T .AJ X - W i ., , ,rf Peggy Corbin Sylvia Corley Darrell Coshman Dorothy Courts Douglas Crafton Alice Crawford Nancy Creswell Richard Crochet David Crockett Woodrow Cross james Crump james Crutchfield Norma Cryer Tommy Cupit Joe Ann Curry 'a ,,, ,..,. if,iV'f 'i3,f1't X 9 f , if 1 J pf . in 4' bw Y 1 . J' 40 f 6 1 -an g f Z9 J' f 1 4 i U Q , N. Q' Z , if dj A 4 I ,i .ug 'J Cya pf? au my I1 fg My fffl 'ff i dl I ilin i ful! ! -, 67' iii f J as " ' 3 If f jg, 41,52 V lug , , J 047 JC V61 1' ?'f Z r . 4 44 af v A , Larry Chauvin Henry Clausen George Clayton Weldon Clegg Melanie Coleman Beatrice Collazo Carmen Collazo Carolyn Colson Jeanette Comeaux ludy Comeaux Shelton Comeaux Nell Conner Ellen Cooper Patsy Cooper Carol Copeland .J 'gk' ,." , i - , f I ' V ,Qi Qmflr f' fi ' 'ff ff ,i aj ,fy I A We 1 i, rf' ff" ' any ar by S , V ,f ,.. f 4 , i ,Amr -. ff L1 f, may M 'H x 'xiii Q W 9 !,j.,fyL? 1, 1 M!! 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A x V , iff' , r 5 , V , 5 ia JM 5 1:2 F Q 'mx ' ,,,v I X , . , 'Z vy ,,i,.,.fi ' , ff 2 I a f , ,V 1 hm af , , W f ,r I o I t 4 I ' 'Q V 2' ff fi? if-wif , fgjii' ,,,. Q W 4., I 'lbw .Qi-B' fx , wg, M vi .. 'ar , , , .N V X ,, yryy , X r hi- . 1 ' A- W f' ' W N ff." i J! ' f .fr'3 ,1 , f Ronald Doty Betty Dougherty Linda Douglas Melba Dubose Beverly Ducharme Ruben Ducote Gail' Duett Gerald Dugas Norbert Dugas Vivien Dugas Beverly Duhon David Duhon Polly Duncan Margaret Dunk Roberta Dunkerley Fi' X- D 1 . .S 9 xg . ' i X M 5 53,19 QF' - . 1' ,fi N Q. Q 'll' 9 RST' if I 132, x Y.- 1 EU.- Q CZ., Anthony Daigle ' Doris Daigle Glenda Daigle Katherine Daigle Sybil Daigle rw fill! W W 3 I WL 7 f if A fm pill' YM' an -4 it.. W 4 2 i N fe 4, Q '1 aw f ..... L f I n . 'G L .A inf? li V 1! Lf in 'K uh x , J .Ji Q- w iii s ' 1 r. ' I Alline Dawson Karen Deeluitt Peggy De jean Robert Demler Elvin DeShazo Betty Deslatte Earl DeYoung Thelma Dill Norman Dill Charles Dilocker Glen Doiron Isaura Dominguez Dennis Dorman Geraldine Dorman Gary Dorsey X ' V, ,J -, 5 I V "i 1 I -f fl' ' , - . if I ,pix are f,i, if ,fp 1 , ' A ' f 3 i ' 1 f 1 f my or Robert Damon Melvin Daniel Ruth Darling Judy Dartez james Dauphine Josephine Davalos Richard David Clyde Davis Diann Davis Valda Davis ' 45 i ' f 1 , , , ri f' fx' 41 1 -df A' -A Nw ' ' .5- fl ' ,L . , 5 ' 1 5' ... f J .M V W ef fe-ww Q 05 , ,,, z "'i 4 f 1 W. 1 .M 'I , ' 1 i ' alia i f, Z -x , i , VK, l . 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Garton Ruth Gauthier Shelby Gee Tommy Giesen Janice Gilbert Lillian Gilbert I20 M2711 'WSE t l , ..--- Qi i3 I rf ra, I 43 I - 1 ,I f 5 B 9. 1 , W ,f 51 4- ' er' 'r 5,33 A J ft 4 V5 'E vi O' ,ix i x ' Alvin Etheredge William Fears Elaine Felder jesse Felder Steve Feltrnan Lynwood F isette Patricia Fisher Edward Flores Marsela Flores Fayrene Folsom Judith Fouts Charlotte Franklin Wilford Frazier Henry F redeman Donald Fredrichsen for wi' -.war is ad' S W F 'HH' L-p 5 wk? 1'- I, 5, A I 'imwv' gmt Q is .15 it i l -sr? 1 4-D ' -af n ve. W I u . xx C ev 'MY -i f Q" s X I X 5. I q,.J?, I 1 ' K 43... 1, - 1, . -ya IQ r-A i. 45' ll? ' QQ. ""' . -v' W H .V ,, ,Q , I ' V : . 1 . f i fz,. 3' I N , fag f -?::1,f I J 1 ,if ,J ' ' '. I ,553 ,Q 1: 34, rf: fill A ' if . -W' Sli- cal i ffm I '11, 1 Leroy Graham ' P ff D e Thomas Gray X 4 Bill Green M .ff Sonja Greer, K Wanda Green ' ! A ' 'f 'A K , .5 . i f'a,4 - y fi l ' i.1f Wanetta Grimes Ronald Guepet l Charlotte Guidry A Chester Guidry Gerald Guidry I 1 32? 3,5 1 lin A ' ' ai at 2 ix 535 4 Theodore Guidry My -wwf ' f V ',V i f' f 1, ' Thoma Guntner 1 J V l V Tommy VV I , U V QIV I Sandra Hamilton , C A ,I is 52, 2 f 'C' f Q: L ill'- -44 -re-'Ad W v :L l fd ff- 16. 'V , I ' rf ff ff, 1' .,. L, 4 ., 1' , p '94 'Y J 12 if I X I -an, fag 1 11 , ! Brenda Gillman Lu Wfana Girard Daniel Girouard Clyde Goff lack Goff George Gondron Betty Gonsoulin juan Gonzales Ramon Gonzales Rosie Gonzales Gale Gorman Thomas Gossett Dale Gothia Gerald Gower Vtuor Graffio 401 ii I I V , I I if N- 1 4? - , . .Q V -we . . X X X X X x Q, Q 3 if. . .Q 3 ,..,3 , -A X, ? '- xt ' .1 :xx V V wr Nix xx NX ss .. if '- . L -,kim .-.tl ,H- NL ' 'mt gm' af gi , 46 Qi tai '- A it 'H 'R 4. E! , 4 if Am 0 , if i by 1:29 If it ji: I ,W-M. Q .M-1 1. 'Q' IQ J f -1 sm xv. , F i . . Y ui H11 ia XC X Q W i k' Y 'Q 5 . r l22 T james Herbert Leticia Hernandez Lenia Herpin Brenda Hill Sonia Hinds Stephen Hodges Suzy Hodges Gerald Hoelzer Charles Hoffpauir Carole Holmes Carol Holter jerry Holtman Richard Holtman Dortha Honeyeutt Brian Hopkins 'N i Sf 'thi 1 Tx""Q:,, .tg 'X K Q-.ii M 4? mqiei ii it ,v , ' 1 l i Y A bfi i 1 -sm ct?" i .1 Q X 6,591 l 1 N9 .- X ,X f fw 'Q 3' . ' ' irq 143' Y P n lg 3 .., Q 5 .. XSS X ,,. .4 --7 ' 5 n 's wear ,.,.4 -' is f. Ji ' t f all fr r -fl 'fv 'U X ,. .A A ' i-1t,,i,,i 4 ,fr , .' 4- . X 71. Hu if ' -ff, 1 in ff -in , Y D 5 i . 4 t t i 1 Q. I' a , yi . r iz .f mums . f . ' ,W ',' 'in ll I fs, 4 i 3 155 Q 1 Wade Hampton Betty Harris jim Havard jeff Hayes Hazel Haynes Darlene Heath Faye Hebert james Hebert john Hebert Patricia Hebert Ruby Hebert Sylvia Hebert Tommy Hebert Helen Heidingst Eddie Hendrix ilder X-QF 3 til S we t t Q? it X t .QNX xt sb X Sw ff' l A ad bf 3' .,: 'J J 1 f- I " 1 I lg x 'fi 'A 'S t 21 Y 2 XX 1 .. it -S J ' , lf, 'ff if 1 ' 1 f' A ' ' J, i f I . j ll I IL Goldie Jeter Allie Johnson Anna Lois Johnson Mary Ann Johnson Wfayne Johnson Sherrye Johnson Gerald Ann Johnson Sue Johnstone Carroll Jones Donna Jones Welborn Jones Kenneth Jordan Pat Jordan James Kasper Dale Kendrick aifyf ii' , 2 J ' 4 f X 4 .22 Lau f ff , ,, , , W f f W V . ,,, , 7' " y ff ff f ,ff f QW 4 sg, , if 15: f '3 ga I gy 5 S iq - 5,3 A ., f' 1 4 ,fm ,, 5 f V Timm? I V - , ,',, 27? c if f"'i1 i J l , J 5 I " MM A! 1 't :F lil 1 A l , 1 1 ' Vqgl 1? Kenneth Hopkins Delward Horn ' Kenneth Horn "2 4' V Frank Hubbard 'A , Q John Huebel ff' Jim Howard may Raymond Huebel Jeanettr- Hughes Patricia Hutson Ruben lnfante 1 Ludolf lngwersen Pat Jackson - Carolyn Jacobs ' Vance Jacobs Frank Jaetzold - . Bertha Jefferson f 45" ' , ' ,fl - at I QI, H5 f l A ,U , ki , U3 ig.. I J., ...A " Q fi: f 'QW " -f V - -I Ynfaf' L, a I I if 1. f9f vw fffnm X3 05 4 l W . K jf, J M' f X f '-lv" .KM A, w - .. 5'-J , pf ,x gsf - J J Q J ' p., . Q I 5 f ' 14.52 7 ., " v i ,"'k , , , ,H ' " 'l 04 f 'K il ' 3' '. I 3 li :ruff 'I : 1,1 i ' i K' Q 0' ' '4r""' t ai P ,f. if ' A ig' L V' at Mfr P M 'I " 5' ff ' N. ! ffl o if f A I24 x Donnie Landry joseph Landry George Langdon Ronald Langlois Ambrose La Salle Billie Leaviiis Betty LeBlanc Gillis LeBlanc Ray LeBlanc jim Lee Suzanne Lee Linda Levy Dianne Lewullen Myra Lewis Molly Liby i ' ILT fills A i l : 1, 1 f ,QV 'b w mf Q' 1 L , J , fvm, . f' , 454.-1 ,, , ,l , H' , je if 'Q , Pi: , A' . x ,J V u tw f' ' r 4 ' 41+-an JPY' Q -ik 9 -:Q ' + gf 2 ef' -,,.p-.4553 -z, -iw 'J ' A dj 1 V.. f If 44 ,, .. - 1 34 kb rl, I, lf if Q gd Edward Kessey Robert Ketcherside Paul Kibbe jimmy Kidd Anna Killgore Ina Killgore jo Marie Kleblwa jerry Klutz Sue Knight Mary Ln Bauve m X 4 il' V z s r 1 f if ,Ni fi 'N V.., - 1-3. 4 Kirth La Bure Q Margaret La Fleur :L jane Lakie N WQWQ W Bill Lund E Clifton Landry ', 1 1 -ra f l ' i iq i 1 fa ' Qi v- ww' f L " i-'fav xg A yyvs in nk W va .av pe t X X ,,.t I I by J f L 1 i 6'- PM 4 ww? .J X if . ii B Fi -u X X 4-as .X , . 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AA ' Af I A , A. , ,A, ' , ff A,1',f:A.f1.fw,1.tf ' V , , f ', 1 f ,' ,AW f ' f A anim, Ib an 1.4 7 4' F 153.4 Edward Lindgren Billie Litchfield Billy Litchfield Larry Little Bobbie Lee Brenda Logan Shirley Logan Barbara Logue Rosielie Lona Shirley Long David Longenberger Robert Lopez Robert Lopez Robert Lopez Darryl Lormand 'Zi 611,13 A JH f V 1 A, 1 :A ,. M, ,E , X A , A ,. ff ,. , aj Q 3 ' V xr 'fig l -' ff! ' L. , ' J ., f .f eg 2:4 Ma: Af , , ,W f fwfagipgff 2 W ' , ' 5 ?" lf- ii' fl :.2"'I',y5a ,Ta ,aa . k,,. by I Q a t ., .i ritlf - 'Vk , VV V, . ., in - 1 9.5, rf' ' " 15? L f xxAVX f ' 1 ."7i S5FTgi iw f X x '-N.- - U .J --ISff.X,' Zia? , 1 ki wr 2 3 ,K j. - Q y B f , ' ff ' LVV if A x w K 1 4 'X V ta- ' . 3 ff, I lr KN 1 ,, V, N. I I ff x 3 -1 If f - i a , a l 5 .1 WWF' "':"fnHV I B' Leroy McLaurin Peggy McLeod john McMahon Bill McMi1lian Miriam McReynolds Raymond Meaus Melvin Medley Freddie Melancon Jerry Melancon Nancy Melancon Roland Mendoza john Merren Betty Miguez Carolyn Miller Jessie Miller l26 X N K i 4? ,,, -.au V I iff -nu , , 1 ,- 9, ,fa s K. ij! 022 'Y' all ,. A if 'i ylyiy W, X ,,V, : Vt 12 1 QR!! Q I 0 4'.'i I 4 ,I i WW' 52 r 'W- 2 , 4' 0' 7' .Qx , sy . l A ' 4 ' ,.,, 'ua 7'-Q? L ' 11. . ' x 4 r H my 1 4 9 A A -as ea, U 1 'uw-44 , Q , i is. mf ' est. E .Sf tina , K 'Hx V : N gt' at my 1 W iz? tw 1 ..- C , 439 5 .bk 'AJ -, x I ,al a ,. Eugene Mayer Janice McBride Carl McBurnett Sheila McCarthy Bobbie Mclrvey Eddie McCorvy Frank McCray Bill McDonald Rosa McDonald William McEwin Barbara McGlothlen Melanie McGuff Juanita McKee Sam McKenzie Barbara McKinley qw 'US i .J . K 2 K 'ax tt! ig 4' 5 W i i Q5 .- Wife ' .. if , . P ' - -f: X ' we 5 r B ' 1 e r in M v X WX ,SJR Linda Miller Theodore Miller i if . ' 'El ' ""' Q, Beverly Mire f-H "" Gloria Mire W jg Marilyn Mitschke s 3, A I -il 5, Thomas Mizell ' " V, Freddy Moak Qi or , g Barbara Mobley 4 ' f A X ' james Mobley 2 U12 W F ,, -4 "al-'gk -la Pat Mobley K? ff' A V V I 'J r 1--aa ii 91" ii i J ' f - 7' V- I Deanne Molaison Q, - A s Charles Moncrief --4 'vga' A ,qv ' ,Q Lawney Morales f J ' Oscar Morales f I ,J 1 ,P J R If ,E y Pearl Moreno , "gi ' 47 if ' 1 I l , 5, g if if r , t Jimmy Morgan 2 fli I B Wayne Morgan 3 -df' ' 3 Betty Jo Morris -5. ' 'QV l ff' ' Barbara Morvant Y , A Penny Moss ? B Q VV41 LW 'f , f Phillip Mucl-:elrath A i at , V w I 2 Miguel Mulherin -16 I i Q V' 2 if A A g Coy Mullen A ' A .Mg Z I ' Betty Murphy A A 4 1, ' X Lynda Nabours ,ig i X WZ, W , ,A , ,fl f, 1 ,., . ., ,, ,ff ,. , 1 'V in 4. ff , ,' 4 '...' 1 ' 5 ff 1 ' 1 Lawanda Neel Peggy Nelson Margaret Newman J. L. Nichelson Larry Nichols if f W 1 2 ,, ,,i,,, , 2 yr , HP sts' fr ,V - P "' wr 4 Q :ix ol - i ? . Ulf J " 'Y We 2 i I I Rr as i SW, 'iv li -:r '- Ni 5 John Palmer Milton Pansana Larry Pardue Earl Parks Nove Parry Nancy Parsley Gail Patin George Patrick Ruby Patton jerry Peckham Frank Pedroza Hoyt Pendergrass Q J, f i Nancy Penrod Don Perion LucillePerkins i , J v- i iv ' ., . -. .asa i X X X Q X 1 ' i . , K i A N :IP 'NX P . i ., Q X' lnql , X ,ti 'iffziif -s 15- 31:4 Kenneth Noack Beverly Norris Jennie Nowlin Phyllis Nunez Michael O'Grady Ronald Oliver Kave Oosterhout Karen Oosterhout Donald Orr Joyce Ortego Cleora Oubre Diann Owen Clyde Owens Russell Painton Mary Palermo ..--0 x , Q i X a if 5 . Pa 5 l .A v 'Q .fi,:Q,.: fx N ,X ,Ji l i "I ' 'XL l 5 3 X if X rj if X ad' 1 1 -'WIN "sn ." 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X X. I :..,, .W ,1 J, ,- .r Q! 9 , t ,l'4 ' '- , 'fl 1 .. AA , at ,... 5 Theresa Thomas Q.. ' "'i "': 3' t David Thompson " X, 1 ff: Arthur Thornton "'l ' s sf i Alma Tibhetts Ks 1"5" i ames Tienert 5 ,V J '- X3 fre V it , . t 3- 132 afglim Jack Trahan Dorothy Travis Edith Triebel Elizabeth Trotti Gail Turano :Jin . '- V 4-1?Qf 'T. : . If '15 3' Lora Tyson r fp ' Linda Ulbrrth Sd Ng Martha Valdez f--ur Gretehen Vanderdoes A if-W Carl Vaughan Mft' - "tt Myrna Summerlin Philip Summerlin Pat Swanzy Carolyn Swartz Gerald Swearingen Charlotte Tahaney Dale Tayzin john Taylor Marlene Taylor Tommy Teel Frank Teller Sandra Temple Joyce Terrell Don Terry Mary Theriot amy!! ' T -8 p vjsggd F-- L as T HQ T" 'fffhw rw. . .1 r Q my -N Tlx Q ,Stl x X 2 1 Kay Vaughan Norma Vernon Lona Vincent. ef C4 Margaret Vincent Shelia Valpi ff ' A I i2 P E 3 1 ' 'J ' - Gerald Waltes -A ' L ,A - john XWalding 217 V rj, Michael Walker X :ggv ' J A Linda Wall ll K . . C X J V ' Raymond Walston fi ' 4' V 71 'tl 'S' , f- W-9 Q -loc Warlick N -4. ' I3 ,a 4 ' a Charles Watkins 5,67 Q: 'Lil' '75, Eugenie Webb , rvl A ,erv Frankie Webb ' " f i ' ' Pat Wfeber IHIOW ii ' I, n f .1 I ll . l I l 1 ' ., I , X1 I ,XA - l ,fin , 1 Q, K 4 My Qu , . if 4 -V 'me Linda Weeks 2 , 73 Marie XYf'eeks va W 7 Q ' Ronald Wehmeyer xf.,,, S ' Patsy XY'erner Sheryl West , phi X 1, Z , ff! Vi f iz 1 L? ar at f 5 N I fl x I ' if Allen Whaley .9 A. . an If" ,V jack Whaley ' f W Sandra Wfhiddon 1:7 ., . 'ji fi Jerry wma f V ' tl Mike Wfhite , 1 X ' I Q f I I 4'-N Q 1, ff ig f f 4 I 1 l ' t"'t AW , ,ij ,,, , , I A QI , 'Z ,J ? -f , f " 'M Ted Whitlow ' f 4 W A George Wierzchurie ,X ' ' Charles Wilkinson " ,, A- , if l A " f BMW Wflhmsa' aarrr V f i' V Cecil W1ll12mS ,ff j j rj XZ! 4 A il WW 4 fiZ2ff7f' I Z, 2'?yW, 15252 5 2 , If if . if V im-Q fi 'Z' '-wr, Vfvi 4.1 Q fizc f- . if ..- f Z av 1 , ,.., V , f f f M , ff i 5. iff? in f WA 'lu I f 3. A if :rig is Xb ! X 1 x 93:2 ge A - 1' ' .: ,.--mu 1? g i 1 X g , QWSE: ,OX ' :::::5:NEQE?, Q X N X W .A Q E r t, ,M IG. X Q ,am F V WV JXJ' ful ,b K 3 f F -.1L"3-ls-T 5 tlillf, t ' ' 3 t ' 'Y I ,:. .1 I I .X .f . 5? 5 Q i s , - , .W M P ., fa- 4 ss: ww " , . . 9 ,."V, S if A l flip' tg, . .. N 4.1 g ' xx iv, X RT: Q? ' '- . f -Q..--, y X i x V ,.p ..x' 1 " , N Q.. , 5 4, f. if f Ralph Zampini Susan Zerkle Edward Zingleman m .til sri Earl Williams joan Willoughby Tommy Wilton Gerald Wiltshire Linda Wolford james Wood Milton Woodall Betty Wooley Billy Wright Robbie Wright x Judy Wfueller Sandra Wyble Susan Youngblood Willard Youngblood Phillip Zampini -an-Q Sophomores Rounded Out a First Year at TJ. mv im xl X . P .um MM History of Germany and of Italy can be made interesting when students work in groups such as these. They are. left to right: Kenneth Hop- kins, Darryl Lorman. Roland Mendoza, Banker Plmres, and Sylxia Hebert. Interest and enjoyment are dis- played us sophomores enjoy an as- sembly progranw stheduled each Wccl-1 Un XVcd1'16Sd.1y. Miss Irene Smith explains a prob- lem to an interested Math tlass. Tommy Hall. Peggy McLeod, Stella Martinez, and Shirley Simp- son are in the foreground, but the ,M ' ' .fw ,, W, 6, ., Hwy rest of the class is there, too. A lot of hard work and planning went into the sophomore assembly program. Pictured above is the committee who did this planning and work. They are, left to right: S. Hodges, B. Garrison, K. Solberg, S. Hamilton, M, Cole-V man, C. Sims, M. McReynolds, C. Holmes, D. Honeycutt, and K. Fisher. ,,,,,nI ,f , - i .X Gates Memorial Library ORGANIZA TIONS-ACTIVITIES L 5 E Offering services to all who care to participate, the organizations and activi- ties sponsored by Thomas jefferson High School are training stations for those who will lead in the civic affairs of the community in which they live. K 114599 riff, J CONGRESS . . . Speaks for the Students The students of Thomas Jefferson are represented by the Student Body Congress. Each member is elected from his homeroom as a representative to Congress. It is an honor to be able to participate in solving the problems and government of the School. Presiding at the meetings is the Student Body Congress President, who is elected by the Maroon or Gold political party. A 1 N .- is ' . 1 dh . 'CT' an NN 1 s .,.. .A ... Appointed officers of Congress are: Rochelle Torino, Typistg Holda Vela, Bulletin Scribeg and Judy Redfearn. Parlia- ERIC KIMBALL memarim PreJia'ez1! V1 FRED ESCH JOY FELDER l'n't' P1 r.'.fldit?I1f St,L.,.t,,LU.-1, Congress Engaged in Many Projects Congressmen could he counted on to help when the need for Christmas gift hoxes Came in. They are. left to right: Salxation Army personnel Erie Kimball. Fred Esth, Benarul Colxin, Barbara Yfeber. and Louis Moos. ,K 1, - e w, 'ii , XZAAI Mi 1:74 'Y - . .X 1 A' i N-f J A vb? 5 it AX , 2 .5 2 all If TH A ,, , 1 STIJDILN 1 4: ovn um: is N '1' ? f 'C . -fzwit ' ' 1' 5: ' ' ff 1 . If V. , A I Z Z Miss Mary Evelyn Dunn, Congress sponsor, takes a "breath- er" before visiting a committee meeting. 3 1 Z 'if 4eif-f isii igsiflf Members of the Traffit committee caniassed Tjfs neighbor- hood for suggestions for imprming the traffic problem .it TDI. They are: Kelp' Cresuell and Phillip Fuselier. ' f ww w' , -N 'Wav wi Qff I W f 5 BARBARA XWEBER Reprere:z1.11j1'e-iz!-Large '39 Congressmen Lead Legislation junior Congress members ac- tive in congress activities are first row: D. Williaxns, A Tienert, F. Diamond, M. L. Bargainer, H. Patteson, J Sherrill, and K. Barton. Sec ond row: J. Lee, J. Norris, j Sharp, D. McGowan, R. Kraitcher, S. I-Ierlin, E. Ir win, P. Gates, and P. Barbin. f R 3 Senior Congress members rep- resenting their homerooms in weekly Congress meetings are, first row: A. Ware, K. Creswell, S. Fuller, M. Na- bours, N. Ketelers, S. Frede- man, D. Flint, W. Barron, L. Smith, T. Aycock, M. L. Lona and S. Scott. Second row: P, Fuselier, B. Colvin, Faulk- ner, G. Morvant, C. Pate, B. johnson, and J. Little. v gs. ' v Sophomore Congress members strivin to make our school L1 better Pl'1L'C Arc, sitting: Mancy Creswell, G. Bossier, Wfill- oughhy, C. Holmes, and M. KT? xr, ,N l lx ,-r, il W wiv hr- Bost. Second row: P. Man- ley, Rowland, I. Kilgore, M. Alllwritton, M. Liby, S. Hodges, P. Duncan, A. R. Stott, G. Daigle, and S. Mc- Carthy. Third row: Longen- burger, D. Dar, M. Wrllker, B. Barrett, and D. Wfilten. Congressmen Spring junior Congressmen were, first row: C. Xlfagnt-r. P. Gates, J. A. Teinert. M Carpenter, P. Barhin. C. Zmg- L lernan. Second row: il. Owen M. Corley. XY'11liarns. Il Person, S. Herlin. Third rov- S. Feemster, J. S. Gunther. ,l Rucker, D. Dorrell. and C1 Perkins. Senior Congressmen who rep- resented the various districts of Texas were, first row: Borel, S. Scott, B. Phillips, B. K. Dore, N. Norris. Sec- ond row: N. Wilten, M. L. Lona, N. Ketelers, M. Byram, K. Barnes, R. Gahourel, K. Creswell. Third row: B. Col- vin, V. Wfindham, P. Hardin, S. Fredeman, G. Reid, and P. lfuselier. - W Q23 H 1 Z-A ,' . r if T T fl' if' 5 s A e 1 X 1 ' V' A 'Q ff nl 4 , ll 519. :Mif- +4 Q7 Sophomore Congressmen in the spring were, first row: E. Boyanton, D. Longenberger, D. Orr, M. Walker, B. Bar- rett. Second row: A. R. Scott, I. Killgore, G. Bossier, I.. Ulbrich, C. A. Holmes, XX!illoughby. Third row: P. Duncan, P. Manley, S. Mc- Carthy, M. A. johnson, S. Hodges, M. A. Bost, and J. Rowland. I4l CITIZENS OF THE MONTH . . . Set and Followed Good Examples Q7-TP N.-ff J Benard Colvin and joy Felcler were selected as Citizens of the Month for the month of November. Continuing a program started last year by the Public Relations Association, the Civic Committee of S.B.C. has been responsible for electing Citizens of the Month for every month of the school year. Since the Citizen of the Month must lead an examplary life for the month for which he is se- lected, the citizens for the months of February, March, April, and May were not chosen in time to meet the deadline of the YELLOW JACKET, and therefore they are not shown. A Citizen of the Month most prove a good leader and follower and have a good scholastic record. To be a Citizen of the Month is an honor any student of Thomas jefferson High School would cherish. l December Citizens of the Month were Phillip Fuselier and Miss Mary Evelyn Dunn, Congress sprmggf and 505,11 I-Iolda Vela. I42 studies teacher, was very much surprised when she was the first faculty member honored as Citizen of the Month in january. SCI'IClTilWCI Citizens of the Mwntlw Fred Emh .mel l.l.1IlW.ll'.l XX'el1er .ire Nh-mn .IN they renewed their ifib fr-vzii Mr Da'-ill Miller. Prinriml uf Tlwinix vleifrrwn, 'UJxm'f'? 1 i l l ,,...,.,7,...... l -"FJ il ll 5 kv fm'--Mi?--u-n Erie Kimball and Dianne Flint were Tjfs Citizens of the Month for November, 45 5 Y ff, ' 1 'l f A AG' W? A Jef' E Brure jolwnsun and Rmhelle 'lkltino were aeleeted as january Citizens uf the lxllllllll. I43 MAROON AND GOLD BAND . . . Performed Admirably a .J . R- Sc 34 if .QR Q if V! K .. fin., X t XM J i 6'-.,,. W .wa t X, . 1 lr t i 1 - i 3 -5 '-gf-- f i Z. 1 ff -V . a 1 . bf- .V IXOLHELLE TOTIINO MOLLX McGL H Mtzjorefle 1ll.1jfm'I1e NANCY BROUSSARD ilinjuretfe Playing under the direction of a new band leader, Mr. John L. Badgett, was the high spot of a very successful year for the Maroon and Gold band. Beginning practice during the summer, the band performed well at the opening home football game. This performance seemed to set the trend, as football season and the year pro- gressed. At the State Marching Contest in jasper the band earned a first place rating and because of this the victory flag flew for the first time. Other honors included playing in the opening concert of T. S. T. A. at Galveston March 16 and the placing of nine members in the all- state band. After participating in various other interscholastic contests the Maroon and Gold Band held its annual Band Review in XV. W. auditorium March 23 before a capacity audience to climax the year. LEONARD DOLCE Dum! fl'l.1jur 7 ,, X my be Sill-1: sc ii' W " 'Z if : 1' i . .... F . IQ, 5 Y N lNlAR'1' NliW'lXlAN Cfffffr G'1l.mf BARBARA XVITUIER CAROLYN LORD L44 Cffffff' 6.11.1111 Cvfwr Girard During the Year. VERLA JEAN ROGERS AI.1jfn'e1fe wm SHERXYOOD DUDLEY SfIld'c'h'f IT,il'c'L'1'0f' BETTY ALLGOOD A1tt'w1.zft' Cahn' Gmzrd t The jeffersonians, T.J.'s own swing band, is well known for its renditions of popular selections. Members are: Gail Stevenson, Rodney Brauer, Donald West, Leonard Dolce, Raynor Hebert, Peggy Barbin, Sherwood Dudley, Mary Carpen- ter, Billy Rogers, Carol Holter, Johnny Boyd, Roy Ramirez, Gene jones, and jackie Borel, vocalist. , f ,, H, ts, f "" f 3 t.,. e--. ' A ig , II A' - , 5- ' V ' 0 f ,. ,cfffk Gif' - , ' L 1 7- Ar! rt 34 , Q -3 if Y, p 1,14 ' D, V 5 . I .Wmaw , A C 5 ' 'li ' L: T22 ' - t . ' - f ' fn ' X iv- i I ,r l ' . 'M' ' ' ' ff" , if 1 'P V ' - . - V ' Y V V 1 . 4 if 1, 1 A 1 , , ' -I S f " we V A f- I 'g .. I , . 'P-ff ' 'W' -. 51? , ,foggy , 'iffy ,fy .gf 2 5ffQ,i'f1," 4'-14, V My A ' 4'ffQi4,,g??I.w,, 1' , ,., 1 aa. f ,v w.4J,.,- v H- . Band color guards showed skillful precision at football game halftimes. They are. left to right: Mary Newman. Glenda Good- win, Barbara Weber. Phyllis Creswell, Carolyn Lord. and Betty Allgood. Band majorettes showed their skill and ability during every halftime at the foot- ball games. They are, kneeling: Verla Rogers and Molly McGuff. Standing: Nancy Broussard, Rochelle Totino, and Sue Ellen Young. l 1 1" 1 , -fu-ur XL ,Harm-M. Ll MN Leonard mal-:es last minute maneuver checks to assure correct formation at the Beaumont football halftime. Band officers are: First row, left to right: Rochelle Totina, Leonard Dolce, Betty Boyum, Mary Newman, and Raynor Hebert. Second row: Nina Swartz, Bexerly Blatkwood, Bruce Johnson, Sherwood Dudley, Lois Smith, and Milton Colter. un i 'XTRWY ' ,f X- ' 'f " -gi ' H v' W -me V B ' 'V 1' 'V il I 51 'K ,---. . -QQ 'S N- B B. f J' N Q- i kg A ml . - " , b , Vx T, , :Jn 4 Miki f I i 1 X rl A. X Glenda Don Beverly Johnny Betty Barnett Bice Blackwood Boyd Bovum 5 f W' r 'KF' B W i 6 AA oi , .1 I ,,... cv fy ,L ,- ,-X .Xl 'AZ-S rrli 'mix A nf 1. N 6.2, rA 4 4, 5 , . ,,. 1 xc ,Z N P YV , X' 3 v , , ., ' - ' XYA 1. I K .-f -y , ' X "" ' 9 .x ,- ' V Ah X M H A Q 1 Carol Vernon Fred Milton Milclrecl Brannon Castile Clothier Coulter Davidson N f ' fx- ,f-' nf XX 1 he f x f'N 'gi',' ll or 41. ' fe: B' Q' 'Ci' 1 Q ' B .c x Q or , " Q ' .4,i Q' "'5" 4' W is W In I Q " 'f I-60UHfCl JHUWS Mary Beth Linda Elizabeth Raynor Dolce Fergerson Futch Gebhart Hackney Hcbeit .wifi f Q N c :qw SEQ-wwf?-?,..?i 4ffiiE,gf-hf f'J'waga WWW W- Q Q Y'-3 "'f-"""""""5'L -V llv' '5 , 43,115 ,,,,,, vfi. .- kL,-, A X QT A ,, Y G 'G 3 fxwgc.. y yy -3:59-Wfgge V ,A BBi,1:.g-..,.:11Qf31ii,, A A-I' W- V,,,,,,,,,, W ,M -M,7,,,,Y,---...--.--f.. M .- "',.' """ " X r ' f X V .AA : Tvwfi M-""M-ed'-1-v V x"i i fl' y "' iii e Fi, ifn'jg'ecsrs'ie1r c . f ,N f,,,, Zi- C I ffili ff' V ' ' I C 3 'yf' " "', f f +5111 W flfr ,V,, VI 7 V: fr ,Z ag-. ME X, , I , +, gf .A vt, , V ,ze T ,yds in ' + N, , nl . ,W ,QQ ll" 1, K T., , , , ,,,,.,, f , V N Z' is lst H .hh La.. f .Wk 1 J A Bruce Beverly Becky Curtiss Bill johnson Kinard Montroy Rascoe Rogers . ir ,H F2 I - 'Z' ,lu ,. rj 1 n "' "1 I r W, 'e ' , A lk s so E Sherwood Claudine Lois Ruth Ann Nina Dudley Smith Smith Stevenson Swartz T,-T, s swing band. ki , M J " 7 ' f assembly programs, - "hx, Q 7, V .,,, A ref' 1"TW fn r ,- 'j W 'l -i 6 s i if - 1 ,rr 2 T" A f ""' f ' ' ,f r , I '-Q wb, fi I 7 r- shi , nh. ' iff Sara jannie john Patty Nancy Treibel Vickers W'atkins Wfiesen Vfilten r .1'H,g Px rib. ie, J , fyhkaiyfi- :Qc 'Q i y Nw Q Q ,K ' ,Qi K . L, . X 1 I All WV, Baud Sweetheart M , ' RLTTI-I ANN X y STEVENSON J, A " Y lf-Q " ef 1 , l 77,51 fig, i li X I N" V ul , :N ! - If f ,gal Assistant student director Mary Carpenter, student di- RX x i V rector Sherwood Dudley, and assistant drum major Janie ' V Lee go over Plans for a concert. T.J.'s new band directer, Mr. john Colorful band maneuvers at football halftimes included clever numbers, such as the bullfight, Badgett, looks over music for the shown here. band. I47 CHEERLEADERS . . . Energetic and Active in School Spirit , -SX 'T , ': 7 . it l '-x E. it 2 E u E s E . B Q Q CAROL CANNADY BARBARA DORE SHERYL FEEMSTER MISS ANNE THOMAS getic cheerleaders. Alvin Payne and Carol Cannady demonstrate a new cheer to fellow cheer- leaders, left to right: Sheryl Femster, Alvin Payne, Carol Cannady, johnny Walker, Gerald Morvant, and Barbara Dore, A 1 f i .B sz I Spsmor i Qtk N' . mf X Tremendous school spirit Q3 X f was evident at athletic con 'L'ffffi? tests all through the year and much of it can be credited to our six ener Training all through the summer, including a week's session at cheerleader school in Hunts ville, prepared them well for conducting pep rallies and leading the yells at all of the games 31 ' 0 c- ' , S FO ,I ff" '-, rf- b X p is 552, ff f, J S i,,,, ,.,, N GERALD I48 GERALD MORVANT ALVIN PAYNE JOHNNY WALKER 5-Q ii :rs SH Zllxfil EH! JACKETEENS . . . Fulfilled Their Dufy All Year Round. V ' A V af 1 ff ., Q N 1, IZ V 1. W h y Z YA W ev i' e - A T , - f V lr 2 L. . ' V: --., 4 - V V 3. '-V l I i p.. ,j r Q ,ll f .t G., K iq lr l ' T I ,gig wx HL- .. W inf ' r . gk" fp :Ia 4,07 ,J . -,ff . ,,., 31' V! A .Qi gy ' V A an 4 1 U 1. f .4 ,,,vv . " '. ' 4, .. A . " ,. gp ' . Q 2 2 'X 'w J 4 V L Q A ' Z vt: Y . wr J. UC 6 1.f.f W I .ye I Y , , af in, r ,, Y F: I' 1' VV V XZ, 'Y , ' " ii . ' ' X ' I I l . ii " iff Q 4 . - . A r L H s ' i jacketeens added spirit to the cheers during football season. FIRST ROXW. left to right: M, Bost. P. johnson, P. Goodyear, H, Haynes. H. Bull. B. Daspit. M. Louis. E. Felder, C. Bigler, V. Davis. B. Duhon. T. Hernandez. P. Jackson. SECOND ROVV: J. Andry, L. Sanders. B. Harris. L, jones. B. Carruth, S. Bullock. B. jefferson. S. Sherman. N. Linn, S. Green, D. The Pep Squad did their part in contributing to the cheers with their faithfulness to school spirit. This year the Pep Squad girls were well organized and wore white sweaters, maroon sl-rirts. and white majorette boots at all the athletic events. They were led by a fine group of officers elected by the squad. Their sponsor was Miss Anne Thomas. Discussing a meeting date, Jacketeen officers are, left to right: jane Andry, Miss Thomas, Harriet Bull and Mary Ellen Bost. Capps, M. East. THIRD ROW? 1. Kellba, M. Hebert, L. Cross, S. Riley, XV, Green, T, Chambern, C. Abrego, D. Owen, P. Hutson. R. XY"right, M. Johnson, F. Folsom. FOURTH ROW: G, Newman, D. Travis, -I. Ortego, R. Gauthier, N. Conner, J. Curry, -I. McKee. -I. Mchionagle, R. Blanchard. E. Copper, V. Poxeto. E, Autry, A. Sonstebyr, P. Bolin, M. Labouve. .ve . ,agp . ,' 'V Lf ' . ...,.--.ffM"::il'55 ' T '::g::'i. Vf:3g5,zL'.., - ,L ,, . Tig1ii::11,,V- f"' - '9 Q .. .. 4, 34 J A . U 1 gf, ' 1 . V 47, 14, s ' ., , , , t nl ' A ei.: X ! te Q' 1 . , l' ' gf' Vf f L l in , , I K 5 If A wgzv VA A , . .,., .,,,,,,, n -H V Y A A I , , W, gm- I ., '. ., .' 1' r" ' " 'f'- V i .-. " f .- wx if V1 wr' .- Q., reg, -.- if--M--V V v , - -V 'eff-f of efllx . .rf ---if 4 ,. ,.i,1 ,,- V. 5 ln iff., I " ' V' ! .fm 1 nil' -V f' ' , .3 I3 f . ,: ' ','L',,'jQ . v f ., V , , ""f 'Ffv .ft 'H ' -f "1LT'f 'V1' ' ' ' H 4553+ " ':" '-V-V-H f" , ' H V' - V . 2 V' 1 ' . . . ,'.,,,,mm'!VfN A 1, WALQIMAYW ,, Y V.,-QMVHHWM ?,.1,.hg .rg 4 ff M L -V V- Nu i ,, , lf i We ,...V W V .,. 1 , v,,, . .-1' mf? , ' . I . . " M"'9 1' 'fr -'W . W walk, , , M r.. if if ,.,,. XWVMW4 1 ' V ff' X .:. W V. l' ' 4 ' 1 i ,1 . I .1 AT ' fu . ,M . , . " 9 ,Mc ,. 1 ,fr A . ..,. V., 1 V, ., , ,,,,,y,,.,,4Z , . Al vy 5 ,,,,,.,' , ,, M .V 1:1 '.,,. 1 1- ' V. - V'vi,v,..7. 3i ' VV fy 'fgm -,yy ,MZ I 7. 1:00759 f n- ..,?-5,4 ,... : A ' V ' it . . 41 . ...LM .. . . . ,A,,.,,a,,,.,,, It was fun decorating the goal posts for the games on Friday nights. Left to right are: jimmy Griffith, Calvin Rising, Bruce Johnson, joe Morales, Bobby Barnett, Steve Smith, Johnny Norris and johnny Massey. I49 RED HUSSARS . . . Fast Stepping af Half-Time ""'o-v.,g,,- LINDA THOMPSON Drum Mrzjw' NANCY NORRIS R. Mlzjorelfe is m F 4... -:I , e-vs ..,,. ff? '11 ""t". ' - .. 'F ' 1 , A R1 -"1 5 'F ,fl I 4 134 ' 5' "5" 3' i 1 ., - -M I if ' f , 1' - 1 ' V' ., . - , 2 4 A ' .i -:ilk ,V f 4, if V , -V - j ' A, .15 I F Z H " . 2- 1 N' f ' ' " -. v 4-ex 1 fw W 1, 42-if 4 I A F 2 2- " ' ' ii X " ' r - ., i 4 1,wi:::1:!tE'Z'17E-1-"Y "" " v ' ' ' K :ff I , ' ' A s if 1 A Q 'af A X f ?' f . W'M if me fr ' . L f '. "W ' , 2244: 'Q' 4 1 f .QL f -" MMM' lwwwm M. znwf aww aw w,wr w F sssi ' .. ff' f ' ' WW X fw fr' "O' 0 1 "" ' f' - , , ,. - -, f fi , A ,, ,,,v , Wg, 1!,: :V7,? , qq, ic, , X , f , t I I , ,. I, 1 ,, lt? l , , ...al I r MARYJANE BUDVUINE Mr1jr21'e1lle .IO ANN GREGORY iVIr1juz'c'!le Fall officers took time out to pose for the camera, after a full dress practice, First row, left to right: Mary Jane Budwine, Nancy Norris. Jo Ann Gregory, Linda Thompson, Dianne Flint, Emily Fortesque, and Mary Beth XVilkinson. Second row: Della Gorday, Virginia Pandella, 'Io Ann Demler, Shirley Lumpkin, Elaine Tesch, Lucille Jones, Kay Creswell. Judy Redfearn, and Marilyn Barron, The 1955-56 season was an array of ex- citement. Summer practice was wurl-c rit- complished for the on-coming football sea- son. Enthusiasm filled the .iir when the first home game was to be played. Many unique novelty manuexcrs were performed before a stadium of thousands of wide-ered spectators. In late Nmcmber, .ifter fuutball season, the new Hussar try-nuts tt-ok plate. New Hussrirs and ottiters were installed later. December brought thc- .innual Huss.ir Ball as delightful .ind cwlnrful .ts exer with red and white hues. Spring practice began with teaching the new Hussars how to march, Early in May, the new officers for 1956 were installed. ,fd I. -0 f' .1 r . Miss jackie Gulledge, new to Thomas ,lCffCfSffH 215 a faculty member, but a former student and Hussar. ' could be counted on as a morale-booster. The happy faces of these new spring officers show how proud they are to be Hussar leaders. Left to right are: Ann Katsalis, Peggy Hardin, Betty Ketcherside, Margaret Prichard, Judy Redfearn, Elaine Tesch, Beth Chase, Virginia Pandella, Lois Cooper, and Dot jones. "THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS" is l Wir' if QL. T' E' J., "NV W S. Mrs. fNI.1I'lUI'lC Drummond made sure the Red Hussars kept their best foot torwgird by insisting nn pr.1ctitei'till perfect." ,..,,.,W ,f 1 ,F .,.,.,,,.,., .v t:4:+:M-?P -.lzszffezn vw - ,,, I .,.,.,.y.g4, .,,,,.g.g.-ary 1 , . , . , . Q . 4 .. ,,, W we ,, 34-j.',ym ' mM.'.4fW ffm ' 1 ' 'V' i 'I' ' " - I ,. fl 1 , . ' ' f. Q' ' C, f W X I Hi? I ' - ' " , ' , 5 s ' ,K 4 , 1 . , . " Q .f , ,f in Q , ,h w , ff ,f t 7 y I , f l ag, , fr ,, , ,V ., , ' , , rf' ,,- 'MW wg , -A V f - - P 2 is I V 4 Zigi 'V-l 'v.f':. i 4. ' 1 If f , - f ,f ' -f 1 W 4 rf , l 5 ., ,a I Q-, + 5 I v A , ,ff M 1 5 f i a f ,i- -' 2 1 , , , A my tlut 5 1.3 ' . Y Kill ' , ,, " i' , . X.., M ., . 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Bvth Kl1f1'ff6H K-ly Stllklfil joy Dianne Alicia Chase Clark Cmcswcll Dunltiy liclder Flint Flores 'ii a 5575, i 3591 34, - X -90" K .g af - - - f l If i K f- f X , M, yr: ': -4- - , N 6 -f v-, , ' M Y . 59 - S? .5 - '-Af V . 4- Q .t,t Q W' M, V wi V Nw ' 'gf' git- Q ""i pf i 1 4553 Q iw? , M' X -J' A Nfl, K W m X in-13 ll ,- p t l ,, it . U st 1fx'ff'i 'Daft f, 4 Emlll' Sllflhlfl Estclla Polly Peggy Mary Ann Carol POYYCSCUC Fllllff Glnriu Haley Hardin Hendrix Higgs W -f-f . ., ,, , , 5 V f .WN I V K. A ' ,f Ny b x ,Ax 4 S' t X7 , f ' . ,Z ., ,' . . V 1, xi ,lt ' - .X f " xt lvlitry Ellun Rose -Iainitc Ht-tty lXlOl'I1'l.1 Mary Lim Shirley Hinsun Holland .Iatkson Kctrlit-l'Sitlc Kctclers Ltm,1 Lumpkin l GRADUA TING HUSSARS Stcpping high in rhythm tu thuii' mubit, Hussnrs :irc at their be-st as they tlu their bit toward Civic y .intl mnrcli in the annual Szmtn Claus lmamlc T -Ioan Manceaux 1 1 qviv. Q' , Dianne Redding 0'--eb Judy L'rwin ,f Y7' 1 0 0 : r' -2 I . ,-, .- 7. i '9 Mary Lee X5C'ilson N. -v- if t - , Q ails '. Carolyn Moak if"X'- gig- : -ludy Redfearn fr N ,, , A fl fx , 'Q...l,,34 f gg, .s llil o 9 Dolly Val gez -ev., . Q-l9"iPo . B .1 rlu ra Montgomery vs. Beatrice Scott f""'1- 'ffl' .,, 154' Hfilda Vela in T. if 1 1 Margaret Nabours y-1 Vg, . Nadine Searcy " 'W f' v. 14 ' -v Bettye XY'.il ker f Hi' 4 KT' . me .-,i 551' , 'N es' ,, v 'i i -lean Nolan H, .X 1 63 W 7 Cie. 1 " 1 9 ,L , del,-r-.,-Ju ff Ruth Slaid 1 1' m.,i,, ,W ig' , 1 Do i I 'leannie Wore f,,,,,,., mx , fi, N' NLE 1 H Margaret Prichard rl'7'5 W is Carol Stone -5 gh Mary Beth YY'ilkin5on ,vm f V, ,, , ,W ,- 490' 'vw ,fix l fx. iii ,aff Loretta Rawlinson ri,-4-f"'xx xv, 4. l. i ll? Elaine Tesch yt , if ,, up '51 Zmll -1-fir 1 ,.,. JOY X5C'illiams 1- l ,, ,. . 'M i O c95.f':P . Nada Vfood ,ff Having a gay time at the Hussar Ball are, left to right: Judy Urwin and james Ray Comeaux, Judy Redfearn and Phillip Pierce, and Ethel Laughman and Murry Richardson. '53 THE SPANISH CLUB . . . Created for Promoting Spanish Skills. mf-Nil swf!-s:.1.i 'I f I 9 ' 1 1 One of the largest, most enthusiastic groups in school is the Spanish Club. First row: DI. Peralaz, D. Estrada, E. Elizondo, I. Gonzales, G. Garcia, and A Montalvo. Second row: Mrs, Merrell, E. McKibbon, I. Diaz, XV. Long, M. Storms S. Salinas, R. Martinez, E. Aquilar, M Ramirez, H. I-Ieidingsfelder, and K Oosterhoudt. Third row: M, Hansen, L Garcia, M. Lewis, J. Alcery, N. Moos, L Douglas, I. Dominguez, V, Montalxo and O. Mendez. Fourth row: T. Garcia R. Valdez, R. Arteaga, L. Ramirez, J Gilbert, K. Ellerbee, R. Arciva, L, Moos J. Petion, and -I. Bates. Fifth row: P Casteneda, ul. Vellarreal, M. Martinez D. Gonzalez, S, Davila, M. Ybarra, .I Jones, and D. johnson. A growing organization is the Spanish Club, consisting of over 100 members. With its main objective of promoting knowledge of the lan- guage, the club combines the color' ful Spanish traditions and customs with learning to write and speak the language. The organization is sponsored by Mrs. Laurella Merrill. Interested in the more detailed aspects of Spanish are, first row: F. Gallegos, R, Avilez, A. Picazo. S. Swearingen, A. Eisler, G. Stevenson, D. Gonzalez' Lf Ramirez' A- Flores, and I-I. Pedraza. Second row: F. Ramirez, L. Garcia, S. Dudley, S. Brantley, L. Moos, R. Garcia, C. Collazo, M. Flores, and M. Yabrra. Third rowi R. Arcivg, I. Dominguez, E. Garcia, R. Gonzales, S. Solis, and E. Arciva. Last rowg I, Collazo, D, Estrada, B. Collazo, R, Arteaga, T. Garcia, and A, Marceiras. I fl Planning colorful activities for the Spanish Club are the officers: Typical of the Spanish Club's interesting meetings is the annual Guadalupe Ramirez, Irma Diaz, Mrs. I.. Merrell, Oralia Men- Spanish party given in the cafeteria. L dez, and Elizabeth Aguilar. FRENCH CLUB . . . Learns fo Read and Speak French. . GT 5 ." A .. f V W ,Mi F 'HW -. l 1 Known as the "language of ro- mance," French is made even more 1 P interesting through the efforts of Miss Louise Pfeiffer, sponsor of the Club. Some one hundred interested members of the club meet monthly. l l i ,zkilliijlqgg-!lQl,S5?PFFIIiFER. Spffuofi fix' L, - H' V .W . 15207, Q 4, , Mfzff f .W X f .Ey f 'Wm' 447 fp wi iffy . ff! .Wf-f',,,f .. K . .,,x' fra Club members, shown aboxe, are. first row: S Bl.itl-zwootl, C. Bigler. M. Landry. G. Turrano -l. Saxarino, F. Liughmun, C. Smith, B. Smith Setond row: P. Duntgin, B. Bell, P. Fisher, L Cooper, F. Diamond, B. Mt'Glothlin, L. Vin- tent. F. Hebert. Third row: B. Barris, M Liby. -l. wlohnson. V. P.indelli1. S. VC'est, D. Sims. D. Honeytutt. Fourth row: C. Sons, L l-Iartzog, R. Phillips. D. Riggs. A. Forester, G. Putin. Fifth row: C. Domingue, 'L Daxis, Il Domingue. On tlie left ,ire members, first row1 B, Logan N. Knight. rl. Romero, B, Kinard, V. Otto, A K.its.1las. S. Young. D. Romano, N. Thomp son. D. Muzur. V. Clmntller, L. Reagan. Sec- ond row: B. Willitinns, P. Boyd, M. McRey- noltls, I. Carroll. I.. lsington, M. Coleman, S Youngblood, S. Chirrett. 'lliird row: B. Phillips IE. Smith, B. Burris, bl. Demler, J. Lee, T. Beas- ley, B. Herring, M. Clielette. Fourth row: S Fredemtin, B. Montroy, M. Butlwine, L. Moore B. Durke, P. Blows. B. Slnid, M. Carpenter, B Wilkinson. Fifth row: D. Girouard, D. Longen- berger, ul, Angelle, C, Rostoe, S. Dudley, J Haxtird, -I. Palmer, D. West. K Q M V. ! S ,f f . , ,V f ' Y ' ' 4 cf 'ir . flff ' . . ' Officers are: MA J, Budwinea Presidentg V. Pan- A setond year Freritli tliiss is shown at work on della, Vice President, -I. A. DemlCf, 5eCfelf'1fYQ thcQlf1Y'WSSi.2ff's"'Cf1f' C. Domingue, Treasurer, M. J. Chelette, PILOT Reporter. l55' JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE . . . Encourages Language Skills and C usfoms iff. ' Composed of Latin students and meeting once every month, junior Classical League succeeds in making Latin a very interesting as well as an informative subject. Featuring a slave sale, parties, programs and f D Latin week, all directed by their i ' ' I "With Caesar's Legions" reads the poster. j.C.L. officers are checking the roster of one of the largest, most enthusiastic organizations of this school. Left to right are Margaret Nabours, Emily Fortescue, Mary Linda Foster, and Louise Lalcie. The gifts of the Latin Gods are known D to these scholars. They are, first row: L. White, M. Corley, P. Gates, C. Cunning- ham, and M. Huhndorff, Second row: B. Howell, B. Straub, D. Eagleson, and M. Chaney. Third row: D. Rosenberg, J. Badgett, D. Bice, G. Boyle, B. De- laney, and B, Reeburgh. Fourth row: D. McGowan, R. Boultinghouse, W. Swan- zy, J. Hines, and F. Hoffpauir. sponsor, Miss Burdette Smyth, the club shows that Latin is not all work and no play. Spofzmr' Latin is al very "live" subiect to these members who study endless coniugations. Left to right are: L. Adams, J. Brown, D. Davis, K. Oosterhout, and QI. Lakie. Second row: N. Brabham, J. Porter, M. Wfeeks, L. Shelton, M. Palermo, S. Baker, and G. Louther. Third row: J. Wfueller, S. Hodges, G. Bossier, R. Lopez, M. Strong, B. Bobbitt, and P. Nelson. MISS BURDETTE SMYTH Junior Classical League Members l igi-4 V. ' l . 'V . .' H!! . Members of -LCL. include. left to right. L Q1 ' first row: R. Brown, M. L. Poster. N. Q J Malcins. S. Schl-zade. M. Soule, N. Wil 5 G ten. Second row: S. Sims, C. Irwin, M. Y., W- ' B. Futch. L. jones, P. Doerge, S. I-Ierlin. ' F. A. jordan. Third row: C. Locke, M. Q f,L 1 'N Majors. P. Clayton, E. Massin. f 1 -:------ --ly -M - ---- -'-f-- ----M 'jjf':t:t'g'::::.L,:':'tftrvf 1 y - 4 A contest in the arena was re-enacted by Bill Reebur h and David Rosenberg Y 8 V V ' clad in typical Roman attire, for iri- terested on-lookers in a j.C.L. play, wax rv. Slaves, left to right, include, first row -I. Betlr, J. Matthews, B. Majors, B Berney, D. MtBride, A. Thornton, T Cupit. Second row: M. N. Albrittion. S Long, K. Gilbert. -I. Sloan, S. Stansell B. Garrison. Third row: C. A. Holmes C Rithkcr, C. Harms, P. Bunker, P Hudson. Fourth row: E. Wfebh, W. Fraz ier, B. McDonald, T. Hall, G. Langdon L. Perdue. R. Demler, H. Frecleman. JCL . . . Gave New Life to a "Dead" Language. Q, . .4-.A ,afagywavmm ap: '- '1 We 1 0' P I Jil: 'S 'fm f pf 27, Q, UML a .,, ,, , , 5 5,70 ,Q 4 Q 1 1 91 Q I58 N 2 "" A . "-'e . We ,S+ V I wg J fr A 5"'!,' i' 3 la? W l A A. Henrix, C. Cunningham, and B. Shaw were responsible for planning at- tractive bulletin boards which presented facts pertaining to Latin students and stories of Rome of long ago. QQ' Members of the ,l.C.L. include, first row: C. Tibbets, G. Nowlin, M. john- son, J. Sibliy, N. Creswell. C. Copeland, E. Schaefer, S. Walters. Second row: E. Hackney, L. Lakie, K. Rogers, B. Car- ruth, L, Bussey, C. Holter, B. Chase. Third row: J. Little, G. Damrnon. I. Gower, D. Crockett, E. Lindgren. J. Peckham, M. Turner, E. Boyanton. Slaves include. first row: P, Manley, S Luquette, N. Sims, J. L. Laird. P. Cres- well, P. Morgan. Second row: E. Irwin D. Xwilliams, S. Trundle. C. Zingleman, P. Bethea. Third row: G. Gondron. B Boring, D. Reed, J. Huebel. H. Vaughn ,H K Q05 SW' 25. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA , . . Students Learned the Secret of High school students who H plan to enter the field ot' ' teaching, are given an oppor- tunity to experience this wocaa tion before graduating. An- nual district and state conven- tions are held which give members an opportunity to view the profession from .1 broader view. Members may earn merit points by helping teachers. teaching Sunday school. and being .ittnc in other school clubs. I Teaching fel? Mrs. Isabella Bjerring lT.'l'.C. members at 'l'.I. intlude, first row: S. Scott, C, Tibbetts, P. X Q i ' ' 1 SAUUIIIUI' y 71 44 g I Morgan, e. Brazil, IN, Knight, B. Williams. Second row: G. -letter, A I.. XY'hite. L. Sanders, R. Area, B. Gillman, XV. Long, Third row: D. "" ' ' " Vllirthington, A. Scott, H. Curr, L. Hackney. E. Irwin. J. Lalcie, M55 Mary Vickem Fourth row S Herlin. FI. Demler, S. Stansell. 5p,,,,V,-,,,- pu 'fff f - T' las. K Z ,,. , i S Fall officers were: S. Scott. President, P. Mor- 'V f I gan, N. Knight, S. Srranahan. C Tihbetts A gr Q O'Quinn, E. Irwin. IL ' X Carolyn Tibhc-tts f' ,..' , fllerll Xlltlnffw 000 Spring officers are: S. Herlin, President, J. Lakie, J. A. Demler, C. Tibbetts, S. Stranahan, N. Knight, S. Scott, R. Aera, S. Brazil. I.-,uw Ldkw Miss Mais Hill Nerf! Mt wfzn' Sfmnrm' -i.. I n,..,e .V ,a rg N it "7 , eel , ff -, -.J ' 'Tl' 12,7 v. f I, ,aw to w if Y, rrar ' A .QW L " fm ' w w w ,ff Sus Swift Sarah Stranahan Merit Nt nzbt r jtigfjf Delegates to the Future Teachers of America Convention were S. Brazil, N. Knight, E. Irwin, and J. Lakie. CONVENTlONS . . . Colorful Finale fo T.J 's Political Season. F is so by ,XAA 1-,fowl Nwx will X Ck. X Maroon Party planners ure: P.1m Manley, Bill Green. Emrneline lrxxin. llclll lX1.n-iis, Di.innc Flint, Arthur Ulbrich, and Beth Chase. 91' Gold Convention planners are shown at the right. They in- clude: KatherynlBarnes, Sun' dra Matlock, Linda Reagan. Tommy Cupit, Dorothy Mu- zur, Earl Boyington, .lim Bob I-Iumphriesf and Louis Moss and Gail Patin. Chairmen of the state roonrs Llt'lCQlllll!I'lN will carry their state flag in the colorful parade of flags which takes place during the convention. The group includes: -lim Bob Humphries, Donnie Goodwin, Glen Burt, Billy Cannndy, Lindii Reiigdn. Boden Bertrand, Sarah Stmnulirin, rind Frances Mizell. The flags they displiiy will figure in the Vigrxlkrtls LlCl1lUDSfI'Ll- tions for candidates when noininiitions occur. W. Always L1 big .ind Colorful event .rt Txl. is convention day Eeich year come the Maroon and Gold Con- yentionsg this year as a change of routine, the conventions were held during the first .ind second periods. The Mtiroons rallied on April 12 rind the Golds on April 15. As in other years. these conventions were designed to choose candidates for president and vice president to represent the two pdrties in the school-wide election in May. These eight students will be re- sponsible for planning the Maroon Cionxeiition. -i A' f" y-i .3, fn 1.7: T 4 3 ill ,J N L ,J ii l i l v P3 Q TN Q, cl . A I. N K V' L L it t . QQ . . Qhutr -Q . x X c. i f c . X. X K . C K wiki HERALDS Well known for services rendered here at TJ. are members of Heralds. Composed of chosen members from all three grades, this organization, under the guidance of Miss Louise Pfeiffer and their president, Verlene Xlifindhnm, have been busy doing such things as keeping our scenic courts and campus clean, Officers of Heralds are: P. Haley. Trerisurerg B. Chase. Secretaryz E. Tesch. Senior Chair- mang B. Traweek. junior Ch.1irm.1ng N. Searcy. Vice President. V. W'indh.1m, Presi- dent. Members of the Social Com- mittee are: M. McGuff, G. johnson, P. Hardin. H. Smith. C. Cannarly. and L. Lalfcie. They are making plans to en- tertain the Sophomore Class. Because of a rushed schedule. the Heralds were later than usual in doing some of the things that have been cus- tomary in the past. but as the school gets larger. adjustments must be made, even if it means some streamlining of traditions, 1 "Wa junior Heralds include, first row j alls N Knight R Acri P Romcn P P c l Sheldon, B. Keenum, G. Goodwin Second row E Ruckci S Salinas L joncs L Sheppard, B. Traweek, E. Irwin S Logan Third row A Crouch J B Humphries S Feemster, P. Creswell, D. Riggs, S Thornton B Reeburgh Ill Mala HERALDS . . . Saw :haf Worthwhile Prolecfs Were Carried Ouf This group of hard working Senior Heralds is composed of, first row: J. Vickers, M. Ravey, P. Allmand, J. Potter. Second row: C. Tibbets, G. Barnett, M. J. Nabors. 'lhird row: S. Hayes, V. Moss, S. Moncrief. Fourth row: J. Davis, B. Boyum, B. Chase, N.. Searcy, W. Barron. Fifth row: S. Fredeman, P. Hardin, V. Corley. These Senior Heralds took time out for a picture before heading to work on a new service project. They are. first row: R. Totino, N. Broussard, B. Kinard, P. Roll, J. Borel, S. Wil- son. Second row: N. Swartz, H. Smith, C. Wells, N. Ketelers. Third row. B. Greer, C. T. Clark, L. Moos, J. Redfearn. Fourth row: L. Dolce, D. Hyatt, E. Tesch. Fifth row: R. Hebert, D. Kent, M. Byram, R. Stevenson. Sixth row: Sherwood Dudley, R. Dolce. V. Moss. Seventh row: C. Stone, L. Moore, G. John- son. Eighth row: S. Smith, D. Brown, M. Middleton. Ninth row: P. Nolen, C. Pierce. R. Slaid. Tenth row: J. Dartez, P. Haley. I62 HERALDS . . . Planned Service Proiecfs fo Benefit School. 0'1- ! ere. ,- o', s.s.4'4 -ue, These Senior boys executed much. of the "muscle end" of the Herald projects. They are, first row: P. Pierce, N. Cowart. Second row: D. McCann, J. Boyd, G. Williams. Third row: G. Morvant, -I. Faulk, F. Clothier. Fourth row: B. jarratt, H. Britt, P. Fuselier, A. Payne, Fifth row: D. Turner, M. Turner. These smiling Senior Heralds are, first row: C. Cannady, J. Ware, N. Norris, B. Dore, S. Dunlay, C. McCraney, A. Rosales. Second row: P. Pierce, G. Williams, J. Faulkner, D. Eagleson. Third row: L. Rawlin- son, J. Perry, M. Newman. Fourth row: R. Loyacano, M. Prichard, D. Redding, M. McGuff. Fifth row: P. Schexnayder, L. Thompson, M. Na- bours. Sixth row: B. Kinard, L. Chandler, I. Urwin. Seventh row: L. Moore, V. Windham, J, Pierce. Eighth row: N. Wilten, E. Schaefer, M. Wyble, C. Lord. Ninth row: J. Little, L. Lkie, S. Scott. Tenth row: A. Land, S. Boehme, S. Stranahan, S. Walters. '63 The YELLOW JACKET Staff. . . Submiffed the Tradifionally Good Annual X .Q M-M ' Q 'E' , . sf" ' i 1 p X ll li ,ffxdgwiaf ,! Carol C.mn.idy supcrxises as B.irh.ir.i -lem Phillips types copy for the favorites l' , section. Hunk Smith, editor of the WG YELLOW' JACKET. pauses for A moment .it his iob. itor, plays it cool on .1 hot clay, Helen XYOOJ, Mary Nsxxmiin, Aliiig l:lwi'c5, ,luily Redfeam, Bettye Kcenum. l5.irh.1r.1 Diirci june Quills and Glenda Goodwin were rcspuiisihle for the ur- ganiziitions-actixities sectiwn. june Quiills suiwcd iv eclitor of the section MRS. MIKE REDMAN gl! Yifffizi' flifif v---jj' Thu sqlwul life sutiwn xxgis entriistcd with vlaylc Kccwr, Gcixilil lxl0I'N.lI'lf. .limm Faulkner. Editor, .ind Ruth Lnzcnhy. .md C.11'OlyU McLeod. x ' l Beverly Colicher, .idvcrtisenient Section ecl- X N Y e W , N A 3 :fi l ws Q SQA 530 f 1 . - "',,,t, ,. Q .: . iw , 4 if , t 1. 'x X fwff' rf' The sports staff of the JACKET vas helelttl hy hlanite Sue Smith, Bill Blasin- game, Marv Lou Lindgren. and XY'ooeliow D1'IH1.lH. 'X 5 ,ev T. I x B.arh,1ra Montgomery and Rose Holland were responsible for the Senior section of the YEL- LOW' JACKET. lNl.ll'g.1l'Cl Newman, Dorothy jones, Mary Lou I.-in.i, imtl Tom Alice Beasley are hard dt work on the -lunior and Sophomore sections. Mar- 'u.irt-t Nttwiimin edited the Sophomore part, and Tom Alite Bensley the Junior, 4' .1 K S. K I 1 - f s 1 l I ...WZ 7 J A l X 1914! 'C ' 4 7,415 Always clepemu, e tif. t i, ,. tin rue, , ins . t. 5 seated: Austin Gonsriulin, Oliter l.uwsfiri, and 5 Bobby Casey. Standing' Bffhhjf Lelilgirii Gi,-riff l . ' Y H V V ,676 4 L211'ldfy1lIx'1f1g Escagne, and Bill XX right. f E ,121 1 ., ' W ,in 5 ta, 1 A fit' i 1. X Q ,ff if , Q if -1 ir -' ' V' M, if Q ' ja w ps, Busy checking plans for pictures are Patsy Allmancl, Janis Potter, Betty Burdett, and joan Davis. I65 l Www X Sarah Wilson and jimmy Faulkner go over dates to make sure their copy will l Busy planning pages are Minnie Rameriz and joy Willianis fOrganizationsJ, James Green flayoutsj, Vincent Grillo fSpo1'tsl, and john Watkins fstudent photographerl, be ready when the deadline rolls around. Mr. P. T. Reynolds checks with his ad salesmen on ads for the advertisement section. Salesmen shown are Leon Smith, Beverly Golicher, Rose Loyacano, and Carol Quinn. 56" ,L , ff 29 f f -f-ga if X M i i T Janie Young, Thomas Fuller, and Betty Rosenbaum, editor, are shown sorting faculty pictures and pre- paring them for the section. I66 sag Y johnny Sprague, Dalton Rutherford, and 1 Phillip Toliver look at The ROTO for ideas N, 5 1 , for pictures for The YELLGXV JACKET. f, .I , cs K H., 91 Journalism Classes Learned 'Names Make News' Lintla Iklwure edited THE PILOT for the seeond time during the wthml year It xx 1s hcr job to see that all the news was reported. .mi she wrote most of the editorials that appeared. MRS, MIKE REDMAN. Sfwuwn "Theres his hat. He must be here," agree jerry Iiitzpntritk and Curtis Rasco as they wait tn see Printipal David Miller for a news story. Mary jane Nabtiurs, jack Keever, and Bobby Eldred did muth of the sports reporting for TI-IE PILOT. 1 I67 "Putting Out the Pilot" Was a Major Activity Fourth period journalism I tlass made up the assignment sheet from .1 wide variety of sources and ehecked in before the dead- line . , . well, almost always! joy Felder was a favorite at writing fashions. Nanty Norris wrote general assignments, while Sandra Fuller both wrote and served as assignment editor. Virginia Corley edited the teature assignments, and Mary Soule was one ot the most dependable reporters on the staff. iw' NI.. , .a".'fl"'EWe ,, F636 K 1 ,ef-N"'f1--. , Tommy Choate has ample assistance as he draws up a circulation chart. Pic- S tured with him are jimmy Vizena, ,Iuhp D. Knight, Bill Stafford and Mike Kendrick. l lr' r'5f:i4xt -- Not everyone in the sixth period dass elected to work on YELLOW' JACKET. This group worked as reporters on the newspaper. They are: Mary -lo Chelette, Reese Ann Evans, Scorro Falcon, Siliia Rae Hunter, and Alicia Flores. Not pic- tured is Kenneth Hughes who wrote sports. R E , A l gskirii 4' frixa Hwfhtlt-S my Mgignmmty' WHS Often the my as reporters Checked SeniorHPlI.O'l' representatixes await the "OK" to delixti t tr the hoard. Shirley Vlfileock was hest at girls' sports reportingg Bar- bara Dilglsit Often wrote class news, and Elizaheth Aquilar and Iris l68 Robiehaux usually drew club news, PILO I 5. v HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES . . . Disfribufed Eagerly N f' It took money to run THE PILOT and homeroom representuriwes v.ere respon- sible for colletting the funds and turning them in to the main office. Some junior representatixes were R. Hernandez, D. Dorrell, H. Patteson. S. Loyacano. and D. Carver. law r , Q ' Awaifed PILOTS This hard Working sports staff caught Coaches john Shelton and Bentley jones- off guard and cor- nered them for an interview. They are G. Pederson, B. Baugasg B. Wrrlker, S. Smith, H. Arnaud, and j. Cockerham. J. Vizena, circulation manager of THE PILOT during the second semester, counted out papers to Sophomore homeroom represen- tatives and then posed for a pic- ture with them. Pictured are M. Arisco, J. Gower, Vizena, B. Bohbitt, C. Bell, C. Swartz, S. Hamilton, P. Moss, B. Bodin, and P. Boyd. I69 REPERTOIRE PLAYERS . . . Worked for Dramatic Perfection. 3 Ks . :I:':2Q.,"Y i K 2 3 ' "' -J. y J -", . -iwgiijir' j ' .2 ,Ns DC, ' t' Q 1 , , F , f - 5 'ixltlv . , 1 l 1 l S X' V . fi mf, 'V ., 1 y ..s p ik t? c Repertoire officers shown going mer plans for a membership drive are L. Moore, Treas- urerg Walker, Presidentg S. Fl'L'klCIN.lD, Sec- retaryg and B. Eldred, Vite President. . . it i r .XY illlmrgg ln E . ,. ,v., Rh , . ' '44 2 it -4 f ,J ie W Remember the "sassy little brat" Mary Cir: Brown portrayed in a spring assembly pro- ! J gram . . f , - 1 fi' ' gfff, 21 ,, iffy -5 24 ,' X 'As' M K Students interested in drama coma pose the membership of the Repertoire Players. They are given a chance to act and to learn about the theatre. Each year the players compete for parts in a contest play. Memory work is the domi- nant theory practiced by the students. Dramatic perfection is the sincere goal of each player. Players include, first row: D. McBride, P. Skaft, K. Marsh, LS, Brown, XY. Long. D. Heath. Second row: M. Liby. M. Middleton, G. Bossier, S. Fredem.m. L. Moore: S. Askew, M. DuBose. Third rowi B. MtXY'illi.1ms, D. Bice, N. Coxxgirt. M. Turner, G. liirker, B. hfIL'WilllLlI1lS. E. Felder, M. Hanson, and N. Crt-swell rehearse a scene from the contest play, IVIR. Wfll.LlAM ACKER Hsffrlllgti' Rutnff' Slim: my I MAROON AND GOLD CHOIR - . . Lends o Colorful, Musical ri from ca N-Q 2 RN s 1' T MR. ROBERT JORDAI-ll. SP 4 0721751 Members of the girls' se:-:tette are Sarah Hayes. Kay Cresvuell, Doris Temple. joan Davis. Beyerly Engle, and Rochelle Totino. Anita O'Quinn is the acconipanist, ff The boys' quartette is composed of Warner Nunea, jimmy Grimes, Tom Giesen, and johnny Walker. Phil Fuselier is the accompanist. Atmosphere 1' if Officers of the choir are, left to right: Kay Creswell, Librariang Pat , B Roll, Parliamentariang Mary Ellen Hinson, Corresponding Secre- taryg Polly Haley, Presi- dcntg Mary XX'ilkenson, Secretary-Treasurerg john Whllcer, Vice Presidentg and Bobby Eldrecl and Tom Short, Sergeants-at'Arms. ' l7l The girls' trio is composed of Mildred Davidson, Carol Lang lois. Anna Foerster, with Santini Brazil serving as the accompa nist. lac ,,,.. Members of the Choir are, first row: P. Desormertux I Dmis A Forester T Gieson S Dudle B. Green. M. Chelette, C. Foster, R. Totino. Second row: P. Morgan. S. Binizil, P. Roll, C. Langlois, D R ' ' ' ' . ogers, W. DeClu1tt, J, Wfalding, -I. Natol, M. Davidson, S. Hayes, P. Haley, M. Wilkinson Third row: C B. Morgan, K Creswell B. All t S H . L . , goo, . erlin. J, XX'nlker, D. Turner, E. Reid. D. Flint, I. Praflca, A. O'Quinn. B. Wfalker. Fourth row: T. Short. C. Wfilkinson, G. Dorsey, P. Fuse- lier, J. Fergerson, R. Rabe, C. Radusch, L, S 'tl, I. N ' "l ' f ' ' ' mi 1 Y our le, VC. Tnuzin. XV. Nunez. A. johnson, and J. Grimes. SENIOR CHOIR MEMBERS THOMAS JEFFERSON 'W .-..,, fs ,K .,..,, , .,, I 4, h . - - 'h f-ws. .V . ' WM 3 N o , 5 ,, ' ' ff? ax ' gint WN 1' 'vw 'mx 3 , 'lf Q3 af- 1 Y ' , t . ' ' W 'K' -- Offs- .3 . . , L- . .,.... .,.. , . 'A X ' U 'iii ,,,,, ' 'fi .ii-. 4. X ..,. .i . l '-53 5 4 Ifffs ii ,. A 'g : - Q rf..-Leif f - ,. .I C-'V . . f Q i aw, . - f H x W' N , !52i5,7A f U Q rv ,mg V r--nga f wh I . . -YA "S .I ,' 2 f 'VW F fi if L 5 ' ' fs M15 Q ,.. , any - 3 , QX in Q., .5 ' 'fi Q. fV'4Y?'- . wb' ' 'V 4. Tiki W V ' wg, E ' V Xi N W s 5 WMM f Y ' W if I Q V .-. .. , W Zin, ', - ,Q 5, I X ig fi ' f Q fp , S ' -ff' , - f"Mwl . 2 -V 4, .,. .. -1, My .3 -Z 0 1 I' W t . 'M K J L iv I xx A .L F "r "" 1-is W1 Q I WT' 'Aw' - 7-F' wx r M . H ' if .- S P SNS ' 'Gif we -.-V ' Q' P ., VW F "-' 3 Q ., X P 'xi- . if 0 ' f 9 Q " ' ""'i 7 X Nsliffiii .A. 7. K I it '- .. Ks.. . l . to S5 I ff - va.. f x f N Q: 'D X- fm.-s. ,Ma r-'H-'N 'WWW' 'VS fi AWQ if "7 Q X . . , f. P s-QQ . . A . . .... . 4 I I, , .. .. K .. l , rs' . . - .- it 3 f' 'P if vs sw 1, " 4, 2 'rf bb .3 k 4 5 x A ,Q I ,An V ' l K if .--. S2 l fi Q - . fi ' . ' " f W R X sf' . , I , . . , Q K . . ,I 53. A "" i ix ' ' X I K W n . l 1. I V I : V l .V W CHOIR Betty Allgood Kay Creswe-l,l Mildred Davidson joan Davis W'ayne DeCluitt W'oodrosv Dorman Sherwood Dudley Bobby Eldred Beverly Engel james Fergerson Dianne Flint Carol Foster Phil Fuselier jimmy Grimes Polly Haley Surah Hayes Mary Ellen Hinson Carol Langlois Benny Morgan jimmy Nacol XVarner Nunez joe Norville Anita O'Quinn Ray Rabe Eugene Reid Patricia Roll Leon Smith Doris Temple Rochelle Torino Derald Turner Bettye Walker johnny W'alker Lambert Vfest Mary Beth Wilkinson BOYS' CHOIR .si ' v --N i I ' il rv- f ----f W- . Q- . - K ji 'Www' I cv fli . 1.37, ' Q 'I W, . , 3 ' if . X i ' V 1 4' Ni' . i V: V'u12f"' V, uf ri I I , i an " "8 - 'fr fa 2? .N Q..-v' -F V ig? 3 - ' E cs A ' Nt I I' . 4 if a L , . ,f " .J . J ig ' If 1 . W as I 1" 'N - v . - fr Q. N vs .,- is -A f I ., ww q-17 , v Q--7 V I 'L Mg""""y it . f X SENIOR CHOIR MEMBERS . . . Added Variety and Color Io Assembly 'TJ Officers of the Boys' Choir are Gene Pgul Landry, Vice President, and Weldon Canfil, President. Here they are discussing notes for their February black face program. Members of the Boys' Choir are first row: G. Wallace, J. Dumes nil, D. Taylor, B. Hooker, T Day, H. Reynolds. Second row V. Vincent, D. Graham, C. Sons H. Cloar, G. P. Landry, J. Peek Third row: N. Lytle, G. Lang, D Duhon, F. Culver. Fourth row: I McKague, L. Temple, N. Cowart A. Garcia, V. Grillo, A. Urbina, V K. Hughes. - ww, .f . I Q x . 5 NT, ,W lf! I f aff 9 f-4 jff 3 a . T2 if 1 r..i Programs GLEE CLUB Added Their Songs e A .TF A ri ,x?Q 74 Yi 94 T 7-,I 77 x , n 0 A H A -.vw tzl, . . .,,k 3 .. 4 ,k . , - s- Q "-' f G -" 'w-'X -iq 1 , w,-: f -, Girls' Glee Club gave added inspiration to assembly programs. First row, left to right: S. Simms, M. Dugas, S. West, B. Bernie, S. Zerkle, J. Deese, I. Robecheaux, L. Dunk. Second row: M. Corley, P. Fisher, P. Barker, B. Howell, S. Salinas, L. Sheppard, I. MzicLoughlin, M. Bost, B. L. Hughes, and J. Williams. Third row: P. Goodyear, S. Wfilliums, -I. Gardner, E. Laughlin, B. Wilkerson, P. Theriot, D. Riggs, S. Askew, S. Schade, B. Finley. Fourth row: tl. Simms, S. Briggs, L. Sanders, C. Etheredge, S. Wfelch, B. Neel, P, jenkins, and G. Boring. Not shown: E. Garcia, P. johnson, and B. Randall. I x i 4. M- Qi Officers of the Girls' Glee Club gather at the foot of T.j.'s Members of the Girls' Glee Club rehearse for an assembly pro Christmas tree after the concert. They are, left to right: Betty gram. Neel. Barbara Wilkinson, I. Robicheaux, E, Laughman, P. '74 Theriot, S. Salinas, and Barbara Howell. EH DEBATE CLUB . . . Studies the Almost Lost Art of Oration. E png 3 ! fx ' 7 i 2 The Debate Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. T. S. Stansell, learned the arts of debating and public oration. They are prepared to enter In- ter-Scholastic League Debating Tournaments. Members of the debate club are: Mr, T. S. Stansell, Sponsorg C. Rastoe, M. Coleman, P. Manley, nl. Fouts. S. Stansell, L. Hackney. SLIDE RULE CLUB . . . Learns to Operate the Slide Rule Quickly and Under the Capable leader- ship of Mrs. Laverna Kiefer. T.j.'s Slide Rule Club has grown and produced many skillful slide rule operators. Several members have gone to Slide Rule tournaments. Mrs. Laverna Kiefer, sponsor, shows members of the Slide Rule Club how to get the correct ans- wer to a puzzling problem. At- tending an early morning session of the club are Lillian jones, con- ferring with Mrs, Keifer, and David Kent, Glen Burt, Lewis Moss, Larry Spradley, Leonard Dolce, Charles Pate, Ranny Rey- nolds, and Max Turner. Accurately FUTURE NURSES . . . Learned "First-Handed" About Caring for Sick -'RFB Ki . A. - l -Q 1' - 'E B f F X 'X 'JH 'A' A.. - sr" dl V ' x ' X ' 3, - l -ff ' I A' I . K . - 1 . -. or-is H 1- ' J x X I W., t K AW WMM .- . , gf- .4 Q 1 .1 fl ff is it ri 4, H, it r , J' 'Lt 'iv 5,1 fa 1 W f r K n . jx gf .. 1 1 K 1 F ff 1 g 2 .- E l r ' I AE N Q J , 'ste' l l it S s vw' In the Future Nurses Club girls may develop their interest in nursing. Members may earn "hours" by helping at the local hospital during spare moments. A collection of hours gives the Future Nurse an opportunity to earn a regular monthly salary. By becoming a member of this organization, 21 girl can see if she is "cut out" for a career as a nurse. Setting as delegates to the State Nursing Conven- tion were Mrs. j. bl. Miller, school nurse and spon- sorg Lorraine Sheldon, Barbara Bushnell. and Jewel Beck. T.j,'s uniform was chosen as the state. Af' ffl F 1 li ' f . ' ... P tg' A st hx. 51, f F L .X 4 gag S 'l I X ' ' A l tif, gh . ' 1 I jg 'H B Nw . ist "' N ,ifitggnnl A . -5 - . 5 'liiii S l . . . ,t 3 Q it Some of T.1.'s Future Nurses demonstrate the various ways in which they may be culled on to serve students and teachers. They are, standing: L. Sheldon, A. Rosales, N. Blanchard K. Ellerbee P Wie Schexnaycler, S. Walters. Seated: B. Bushnell, P. Rourk. Senior Future Nurses . In 4 ,q-. it-A J , fora' fm ' ' it T fi 9? -,. , .,, . . 13 YT' X4 - fm-rv lea' -T Q V " ' X , . - Q 4 X J Norma Betty' Ray BJl'D.1l'.l Frames Lona Blamhard Brau Bushnell Campise Crawford K Q--4191!-, fs 'A ' ' A '-M., --. . , as Qs' x , i u 5. I 1,,., '-' . + X 'Q 'T' , -..L v - l " l f e BCUY6 Alva Nina Betty Patsy PON Henilrir-' Laclcney Neel Rourk I, .Q ., - nn 4' ,., of 55 N 'Qu , 4' -vw I ,U ,- x A A X - - 'Msn' F-3' -7' ' - ' 'T' 1 J' , V ' I ,fi 1 ,if 3 9 V -rl 'J E -5' I A, 1 L J PMS- Clauillnf. Ylil Ann Shcffy Sal-ah She:-:nayler Swirl-, '1',I-.fun rlyxuic Walters ww-r""o' ' o r . T-W , T7 .,,ru M """ .. 11 T . T, if ' 5' I , 1 A A " a R 713' .f , I T 1, 1, . l ,, , H s " 1. Q. ' .- ' T ia.: I ' ,IW , ' ,, I ,H Q1 I va t , . - .1 ,f - 1 . fe ' . M J, I 4' f if ui, ' " XA -L , ' h . " 2 ' f ,if i 37 f Q I L3 Z W' 2 fi im I I J I Junior and sophomore Future Nurses include, first row: L, Shelelen, H, Weitlinlgsfelder, F. Martin, B. Duhon, C. Jacobs, O. Castillo, M. Flores, C. Guirlry, Setond row: L. Bartlett, B, MtGlothlin, D. Lewallen, P. Bethea, M. Vincent, I. Dominguez, P. Nunez, Third row: M. Lewis, B. Barras, C. Oubre, C. Tiller, M. Reeves, E. Trotti, D, Stabler, F. Folsom, J. Hughes, B. N, Smith, L, Neel. Fourth row: M. Valdez, J. Andryo, D. Tranes, E, Autrey, J. Terrell. Fifth row: N, Parsley, A. Chalmers, J. Beck, P. Norsworthy, L. Miller, N. Linn. PROJECTOR CLUB . . . Experts of Showing Films to Classrooms One of the most unique groups at Members of the club are. first row: T. Hebert. H. Newman, A. Thomas Jefferson is the Projector Club. The chief function of the club is to show films to various classes which may happen to have need of the club's services. Composed entirely of boys, the members operate the film projectors during their study hall periods. Many times they aid in previewing and evaluating films. Macieras, J. Marillo. J. Goff, J. Beard, R. XX'alston. J. Landry. Second row: J. Franklin, C. Domingue, K. Hass, J. Felder. G. Nolan, R. Adams. J. Hayes. Third row: A. LaSalle. D. Hyatt. J. Kidd, R, Lopez. A. Ventrillo. R. Hall, J. Bienvenue, R. Broussard. Other members include: T. ,Reynolds C. Hoffpauer, J. Dumis- LF nil, H. Reynolds, J. Klutz, and J. Angelle, SHUTTERBUGS . . . Specinolize in Taking Good Qualify Pictures MRS. LAVERNA KIEFER Spozzror Meeting periodically, these camera enthusiasts discuss the finer points of good picture taking with their sponsor, Mrs. Laverna Kiefer, who is quite a camera and picture fancier herself. The worthwhile hobby of taking pic- tures is enjoyed by many people and this group tries to promote its popu- larity. I78 ,,.. it I I I I . V .i::1L!-21 Fi1'St YOWI L- Dfllfs. B- Gfvsll ,l, Boyd, R. Reynolds. Second row: R. Hebert, D. Kent. D. Bice. Third row: B. Litchfield, B. Stafford. G. Power. L. Spradley pose for a picture to he taken by J. Watkins. ff DE CLUB . . . Progress in Action The Distributive Education Club, better known as the De Club, is .1 state and national organization which helps students prepare for a Career and gives them .1 chance to learn to sell and display merchandise in .1 way pleasing to all types of customers. All members of the club look forward to their state convention and the many activities ofthe club. r ff gf- i"'-1-.f..,..V v ., - ,V Lex. .., ',.,-f '..,'-J .',,f',-' .f Q f -f -' " -if 7 , ,- iifew, Q afff I ' ' " C I. , , 1, f. :ff --f 4 1 , . -,, . , , fvf,'1f,,- .fp .v, 1, f' i, , ! 1 A. , I 1 , , I - L.. ,,..f,f-. ,t ,fff,, 1.1, A, , 1--4 Q- A -V ff1.,f ,f-- f" . , , f if , . 2 4 ,f 4, ,gr 'N-:If -f- M .. f i i l , i 1 qw? "--n Ralph Nithlas, outstanding D.E. student. and Lynn Chauvin, D.E. sweet heart, pose for the photographer while waiting to leave for the DE Conxention. D.E. students take time out for a fast jitterbug. They are: R Nichlas, B. Bodin, A. Land, C. Kemp, I. Robieheau:-1, M. Tomlin, G. Reeves, and K. Nelson. Delegates to the D.E. Convention were A. Land, K. Nelson, G. Reeves, J. Richards, D. Coon, I. Robicheaux, M. Tomlin, K. Snider, C. Kemp, L. Chauvin, and R. Nichlas. Mrs. Dell Hille is sponsor and coordinator of the program. MRS. DELL HILLE, Sponror V Y A575 5.22. nh- !! fy tit' I79 lUNlOR RED CROSS . . . Collected Magazines and Spread Good Will Wforlting hand in hand with the Sabine Area Red Cross WHS the Thomas -It-t't'erson High School branch ot the junior Red Cross. They helped by bringing toys to the city's annual Toy Tea. In the spring, they collected magazines for use in local hospitals. By serving and spreading good will, members of this organiza- tion lound that their day was brighter and their outlook more cheerful. . 3 . v. ,sa Red Cross President Sue Scott and Vice President Larry Spradley count magazines turned in during the drive. ' . 4 , ,:.,'jN K. V Al 145511 rl X at "ht" ' A x if . f - , ff 1 t s . ,,-ga: - g l 5 rt ,, , oos, 5, Xo,-,,V ,,t,m.,. t,,. M. t..,t..,, , .. W..t,..,,.,,,g X fp .- ' " Y ,. Members of various state rooms are shown as they brought in their room's contribution to the magazine drive. QI Y Xtts ts Members of the Red Cross at TJ. in clude: M. Vaughn, T, Fuller, E. Webb, G. Power, L. Spradley, J. Norville, C s - McLeod, K. Barnes, D, Hollingsworth F. Smith, M. Davidson, B. Carruth, S Scott, S. Logan, P. jordan, J. Beale. L jones, J. Pryor, S. Leqett, lr Tipton, lf Folson, G. Turano, C. McKague, B Bushnell. K K Ykkv X ti X .N U SH NIRS. IILONELLE G R lfllli Sjwm fu' gl STRAIGHT "A" STUDENTS . . . Excel in fhe Classroom Harry Britt. Beth Chase. Shern and Larry Spradley, ood Dudley. Carl Livngenbergeil Senior T.j.ites. tompeted in the National Scholarship Association Contest, 4 Often overlooked in the whirl of high school activities are the students who excel in the classroom. These people through diligent study and careful application have compiled a straight "A" record the past year and by doing so have laid down a firm foundation of knowledge for college work. X li W. Qryvy ff: , Us I ti 'ts 1 cox , A I 1' tl' , , -.lf 1. , '-:fr ' L4 1 -1 '-'W7' : , il i i W -.Mui 1 k L If ix 'R I A MARTIN 5HARox sHERxvooD XWILLIAM CARCIL BRL'CE ARISCO BLACKXYOOD DIYDLEY GREEN HOMIE, JQHNSON Sophomore 5-'ffkO77i07'6 Sulfur Sophomore 5,!!,rW,,!,,,.t, jp,,,,,,. FY , -1- I x ea xc sn fi nf at, ,i it ffl, , 1 -,. I r Q V, Q At 1, M, , qw- L 1 ,va 11,7 , , ,, ,M I I I NM? ' 17' 2 71' ' X r Z1 4 1 . t I A A A JAINIES CARL DAVID EDWIARD LARRY CURTIS5 LATIMIER LONGEXBERGER LONCJEXI5ERbIiR MASSIN PARDIQE RASCOE Senior Semm' Sojfhwfmie funlw' Sujzbonmre SWUUY' ' ' .,,, .,, JI I I if 4 ff I . 71 1 vm' W , , - I l ,W W DAVID JAN BILLY ARTHUR LINDA ROSENBERG SHOOK SMITH ULBRICH ULBRICH IWWW Senior Senior Senior SUlI1b'NIZ07'E BRUSH AND PALETTE CLUB . . . Made Colorful Displays 4 1. rs -,gk X Xt 5 lla , , U if , Members of the Brush and Palette Club listen as Mr. L. George lectures on water color technique. They are, seated: L. Moore, G. Myer, P, Sl-caff, B. Land. Stand- ing: L. Sanders, S. Hebert, K. Vaughn, S. Salinas, L. Ronsonette, N. Penrod. Sydalise Fredeman, second year art student, moulds a bowl. . EV if Refi, QT' Members of the club watch as Hank Smith paints Bonnie Lands . . portrait, The Paris backdrop served as the background for the club's annual assembly program. N - .L All around TJ., projects of the Brush and Palette Club could be viewed. The front foyer showcases were always full of interesting displays designed by members of the club. The highlight of the year for club members came in the spring, when a field trip to New Orleans took place. Officers of the club are, left to right: B. Land, Secretary' S. Salinas Tffasufefl M11 George. Sponsorg P. Skaff, vice Pfesiaemg s. I 82 Fredeman, President. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA . . . Learned Home and Family Relationships The name implies the purpose of this club, the Future Homemakers of America. Every XY'ednesd.1y these home economics students meet with their sponsor, Mrs. Irtilene Neve, to learn of ways to promote better home and family relutioiisliips. Other noteworthy purposes of the group ,ire the attempts to develop independence and lctidersliip in homemalcing, to telch that e.ith member of .1 family plays .in im- portant role. to Suggest retreation and other ways to acquire harmoni- ous home .ind fqimilv life. ,3- W MRS. IRALEXE XEVE SQGUIQ7 Busy. busy Future Honieriel-zers' Tiieie girls demonstrate the rermtss "fs lff making a dress, Fw' F72 K i v .W-iz . 5,27 24' 1 ,fx U? Members of FI-l.A. are, first row: M. Newman, K. DeCluit, V. Davis, john- son, A. Foerstet. Second row: J. XY'ueller, bl. Sloan, E. Biitic, VU. Long, Third row: B, S. Ayres, C. Miller. G. Newman, S. Askew, R. XY'right. Fourth row: J. Laird, gl Kleha. F, XY'ilson, P. Powell. D, Riggs. .QF 42 vo .5 f ,ff .f 9, 3 X l 'xii gi Lx, ' What pretty fashions! -I. Laird, K. De- Cluit, A. Focrster, I. Sloan, and M. Newman ponder which pattern they should choose. I84 Cabinet Members Expedite Class Activity Planning Senior activities are members of the Cabinet. First row: T. Aycock, C. Cannady, J. Urwin, K. Barnes, M. Columbo, S. Fuller. Second row: L. Jones. N. Norris, M. Byram, N. Brus- sard. B. Montroy, S. Fredeman. D. Flint, K. Creswell, B. Ketcher- side. Third row: J. Rains, B. Copple. R. McLeod. B. Hooker, C. Pate, G. Morvant, E. Ander- son. Fourth row: C. Rising, B. Colvin, C. Kemp. H. Whin- wright, L. Moss, J. Little, B. johnson, J. Clark, C. L. Clark. Q U 3 W - Junior Cabinet members also in clude, first row: J. Quulls, C Zingleman, L. Branham. M. J Chaney, P. Gates, A. Eaves. A Foerster, C. Billeaud, J. A. Cald well. Second row: M. R. Bar gainer, J. A. Demler, H. Wag ner. P. Creswell, E. Irwin, N Liby, B. Straub, B. Herring, S Herlin. Third row: E. Massin D. McGowan, P. Clayton, H Patteson, B. Reeburgh. R. Braeur ' 14,1 c ' f' ' A i Carrying out the business of the Junior class is the cabinet mem- bers. First row: T. Solis, D. Romano, P. Romero. -T. C, Sava- rino, A. Katalis. P. Barbin, K. Berton, C. Oliver. Second row: F, jordan, D. Willianws, J. S. Gun- ther, F. Diamond. V. Pandella, B. Tl'L1NX'G6l'Z, A. Gilbreaux. Third row: -I. Sharp. H. VC'ebb, M. Majors, R. Krnitcher, S. Thorn- ton. F. Hoffpauir. Fourth row: J. Humphries. -I. Sherrill, L. Tibbets, J. Peton, J. Norris, f XM FALL CABINET Worked to Start the Year Smoofhly. More Senior Cabinet representa tixes are, first row: M. Nobours M. Prichard, M. McGuff, N Swartz, M. Lona, S. Scott, N Ketelers. Second row: L. Chand- ler. VI. XX"are, B. Phillips, L Smith, lf. VanBenthuysen, M Wimhle. VU. Barron. Third row H. Copple, O. Webb, R. McLeod R. Hebert. I. NX'atl-zins, A. Paint V. Grillo. Fourth row: B. Wfal- ton. A. Hebert B. Hooker, F Phillip. J. Partner, K. Wfatler. These, too. represented the Soph- omore class. They are, first row: B. Majors, N. Creswell, S. Hodges, F. Hebert, K. Ellerbe, G. Patin, M. Albritton, G. Daigle, K. Scott. Second row: L. Ulbrich, A. Scott, J. Willoughby, P. Fisher, C. Holmes, D. Honeycutt, L. Douglas, B. Murphy, S. Marti- nez. Third row: T. Cupit, B. Bar- rett. T. Guntner, S. Bowlcer, H. lfredeman, D. Simmons, E. Boyan- tnn. B. Green, M. Slote. Fourth row: J. Goff, D. Cambell, D. Orr, R. Demler, D. Longenberger, C. Broussard, T. Wfilten. l85 SPRING CABINET . . . Paved the Way for a Happy Spring. kts . . R 1 FFF 5 l l More Sophomore Cabinet mem- bers are, first row: G, Putin, P. Dejean, B. Majors, N. Creswell, J, Provenjono, J. McBride. St-toncl row: S. Simpson, M. Alhirtizin. L. Ulbrich, S. Wfyble, P. Duntiin, B. Gillman, D, -Iones.'Thirtl row: D. Honeycutt, S. Hoclgcs, ,I Lakie, K. Rogers, G. Mzltliics Fourth row: C. Holmes, I. Kill- gore, G. Bossier, Fifth row: XV Green, P. Wfeber, E. Boyanton B. Barrett, D. Simmons. I86 Ci Senior Spring Cabinet was com- posed of, first row: M. Newman, B. Phillips, B. Ketcherside, N. Vfilten, B. Dore, N. Norris. N. Broussard, B. Kinard. Second row: IXI, Byram, Nolan. INI. Nixon. B. Montroy, B. Chase, M. Lona, H. Vela, B. biontgomery, N. Swartz. Third row: S. Frede- man, V, Wfindham, il. Pierce, K. Creswell, S. Matlock, G. Morxant, A. Payne. Fourth row: rl. Griffith, B. Hooker, B. Copple, H. Smith, B. johnson. M. Rising. G. Reid. Fifth row: B. Colxin, H. Rey- nolds. O. XX'ebb, -l. Badgett, D. Goodwin. A. Smith. -l. Raines, I.. Spradley, P. Fuselier, VU. Dor- man. R, Hebert, A. Blbrich. rl. Norxille. Hardworlcing Sophomore Cabinet members included, first row: P. Skaff, N, Brabham. L. XY'olford, P. Manley, K. Ellerbee, C. Bigler, B. Murphy. Second row: P. Fisher, K. Scott, S. Logan, J. Willough- by, F. Hebert, L. Douglas. Third row: C. Broussard, nl, Gilbert. -I. Rowland, M. Liby, I.. Lyson. B. Dougherty, M. Bost. S. Martinez, A. Scott, Fourth row: D. Orr, D. Campbell, C. Vaughn, G. Dam- mon, C. Longenberger, S. Bowker, G. Gondrow, M. Slott, D. Crock- ett. R. Demler. Fifth row: D. Thompson, R. Stanley. W '. an -I-I . c S ,sw NR 0 0 ' SPRING CABINET Planned Grade Achvlhes Members of the spring Junior Cabinet include. first row: D. Ro- mano. J. Qualls. I. C. Saxarino. L. Reagan. C. Cunningham. -T. A. Teinert. Second row: B. Traxieek, P. Creswell. B. Keenum. F. Did- rnond, A. Eaves. I. Guntner. Third row: M. Carpenter. M. Cor- ley. P. Sheltejn. I. Demler. DI. Person, Fourth row: P. Clayton. -T. Petron. G. Boyle, -T. XV. Storey. BI. Majors. Other junior Cabinet mefiliers were. first row: J. O'-wen. M. Foster. S. Feernster. P. Barbin. Second row: S. Herlin. I. Cald- well. P. Gates. N. XY'l1eple5'. V. Pandella. A. Foerster. K. Berton M Bar ainer C Zi'-rye .. . g , . . Quran Third row: J. Sherrill. E. Massin. H. Allen. C. Fleming. D. Dorell. H. Patteson. B. Burt. G. P6Il'ClI7S. J. Rucker, Er Mclaurin. r 1 1 , ll . . i. Z rj: Q. 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' , J " Of ff ' Q, V 4 4 " ,fi " Princess MARY BETH WILKINSON SENIOR ROYALTY ,r P rnrrfifrzer. gr f Z K Prince DONNIE GOODXWIN we A Q. , W i snug V U3 Prince JACK KEEVER 1 I E21 ' J ,Qi 8. ' K 4 -I ' ff S ,vanity i M ? , 325 , 15 I, ' Duke CLIFFORD DOMINGUE JUNIOR ROYALTY 'Wk O WSW we Qlftfs gil, 'i A Duchess PEGGY BARBIN d , , I ' - ' ,fam 7 I f is 4 JAMES RUQKER f, '4 Af , ,M Wa df , ef, 'f If '- f f ' I , Y, by .aw me , 53.153 .-,, vm' Duchess MAYNA RAE BARGAINER I98 :i ii '-' 4 I ,A -.1--3. f I gf 17 Duke ZR I I Duke HARRIS WEBB 'Tw fc, K .4 l I Duke JOHN NORRIS NANCY THOMPSON K- A Q? K. Qi .nik-I . . x f ' I. 15 Q K I if 5 'ee ' -I ' flrx 1 ? X .A f :N Duchess SHERYL FEEMSTER f , W , SOPHOMORE ROYALTY 6 y 1' iw, 'A 'W ' 2 3 Mapu- 59-QQ 1 rw V ,g,Na X M may ,Q "" ' MQW J '-5-A W li """"'y -V . N ' Duke Duchess Duke IEEE HAYES PAT FISHER RONNIE STANLEY 2- 3' 'I Duchess LILLIE BARTLETT Duchess Duke CRESWELL PAT WEBER -V-X in -----nl -J Duke GARY DORSEY ,kwfaw Duchess GAIL PATIN ROYAL WALTZ Nancy Wilten and Bo Bullard Katrccn Clark and Gerald Morvant Mary Budwine and Eddie Anderson Janis Potter and Noel Cowart Molly McGuff and Don Bice Sandra Dunlay and Raynor Hebert ,A 46- .L 5'x 'C' w ROYAL WALTZ nys 'S- in 7.3 l ,f ,,nv,'j fi V. A 55,5 ha. 79h , -u-.4 ww f, 92, 4 'mmf Carol Brannon and johnny Boyd Barbara Dore and Billy Cannady f Kay Creswell and Q Phillip Fuselier Beverly Kinard and Weldon Canf il Carol Cannady and Tommy Gaspard Rochelle Totino and Leonard Dolce 'x X I ,M VU.. ii E div 'hu-1.-f 1 V 202 ,D 'Q' fx fe Q3XXsW,.,,. Rs, i f ,,hA,, i 4 Pleasure Pier roller coaster truck f ,milf Vi ' a F 1 , 1.3 ' - - I 5 Z. L, V ,Ill J' f M4 "Book larninif' enjoying the company of others, living each moment to its fullest, school life is a time apart from all others, and the community gains an extra dividend in sharing this gay, Care-free period. 14' -YV! -Z V , V! 4. 135 ' sf ' 1 1Q,,'I:,g.1 Th den ds 1' Hussflf 'S e Red U the fall Summer Pep rl , pfacfjce so a lies, Sesgjons paid dl Vi- SEPTE SEPTEMBER came, and the school year 5566 opened with a bang as new and old students appeared in Tfs halls. Organizations and clubs swung into life and good school spirit at the football games became the top goal. Pep rallies, after-game dances, 1 af fiff' 1: 1 Aususi - isss "" "0" "" ""' ""' "" 'A' umm - isss llllillumllllllln "'. 1 2 3 12Y'.Bl'Fl!U - I 11455 IIBIUIIIZIJ 14 I5 I5 H 181510 1122232425517 NN3031- - ' xx 4 s s 1 s 9 xo ..---. 1 1112131-4151611 HHH' 18192021222324 QHSSQH 2sze21zsz93o- '.'.,zszsnzns rl'-7' si A tutienfs HOW New and il Lie than isoo. , o U 204 rOllfUCm ded Tl' 5 halls with a few' d 2 SSH?-O66 QCVSG , -wma These SWS still kk 10 ok to 'VIBER and after-game parties became the popular activities. New textbooks were issued and the burning of midnight oil be- gan for the first semester. September came . . . and went . . . but it could never be forgotten. IW 4 Q, Y Satuiday moi a Wim Y MI, jOhn Bad if 9 , if , , A case of tonsilitis was the result of Mayna Rae Bargainers vim and vigor for the jackets. En k.'3lE'Y' .. I 'xii . uw FJ pep ,any 860 took the di. ' "fff0f's lm OH at his first fwfr 205 gf' X 1 chanted Tykes, ,r 1 1 1 - dollflf- ' ' ' Vfy' 1 , - ' b1tS, 3 . XS, 5111 "Two b1tS, four, blgheerleadefs' 16a bY WSC mx , Ay' OCTO OCTOBER heralded Hallo Ween as autumn leaves began to fall. The pilot made its ini- tial appearance, football sea- son rolled on, and "The Yel- low Rose of Texas" and 'Six- teen Tons" blared forth from PA juke boxes. The three R's were further pursued and dat- ff 16406, fifff 1 SEPTEIBEI-H55 'U' """"""""" "" 'i' IIJVEIBII-H55 ulnrlmmmm """ mllmnmmm ...-12: 2345618 --IZJIS Hilglm 9101112131415 l1IZI3l4l 1a1smz1nz:z4 1517109202122 anzznzazszs zszszmzsm- 'm",.2526272829 z1z1z1m--- Frankllna . Chagloiie , of A james THIPUF, ing the 5101165 day morn ioun td Philman 5198 Sain! C anne Leef ami 5 glliuturnn Leaves' ER ing became a favorite week- end pastime. Cheerleaders led the spirited "Hey, Hey, Ho. Ho's," and Port Arthurs third Cavoilcade found Tjs Mary Byram its queen. Octo- ber, though thirty-one days long, was too short and soon gave way to November. xi wr e 7: . , . 42? W 1 ' ,is X ' . ky I Take it easy, Mom, drinking grapeiuitef s. nn rf a ' . the CHVOII-Cade Ilia: greeting during e. 'V' 207 zoe P M ' it Look at Beauford Baytown burn! NOVE NOVEMBER dawned with report cards. Beauford Bay- town was burned at the stake at the annual bonfire. Banners decorated the halls and an epidemic of football fever descended on the student body. Mr. Touchdown, other- wise known as Budgie Gon- soulin, and Football Sweet- heart Kathryn Barnes reigned at the homecoming dance fol- lowing the Beaumont game. Tl lost its biggest heartbreaker 1 f f!fff w UETIJBER-1955 su nl In m vu rn ui Zllilll 3101112131415 1517111931111 '."..252iZ7ZH8 DUN Io! ful VID VNU Fm In - - 1 2 3 4 S ,.l'E.fI'.ff'Q.'?ff., 6189101112 ....1Z3 l3141516111819 SMHSIH 20212223242526 ,,,,,,,,,l',ll 21282930- - - zszsnzlzsmn ' 'l' cow at , ,,,,, nf ' ' , ' riyyi i 3 rip' 'A W , Nkg loot 1 ljifltl 1 g S , Z' V, I Q tl 1 11135129225 X Z 'zz lap V ,gif f lx , v 1 QQ' fb I l 1. ,rim s 1. gm. Z 14,1 R X DX at 5 if 1 W " it 1 1 DE cl is r' "W fn.. 1 ' X , 1 TF' 1-TXQ GW X I 1 wt L feari- ' 'nga -we homcf 11101 had f no m Wok , . nd of 1 U , . A with the Sou nal 5 bc MC51' -ites dance me- 'orie Dfummo wo Banner CO Tl in their earS at the HO Mrs., Mun 'n the BHYKO Vlcmw ' 1 lace honors MBER the following week in foggy Baytown. "Peanut" Kimball, Fred Esrh, and Miss Mary Dunn attended the student body council convention. No- vember was a month that could be dedicated to our Yel- low Jackets and Coach Ted Dawson. true defenders of the old Maroon and Gold. Thanksgiving turkey closed the first month of the holiday season. .N-H ut" Kimball Bliss Af I V' . A ' 'ary D sented TJ at the SASC Convcntiiigtl, .ind Fred Estli fepfei "Perm F M 'IXY if . , nge. COITl1ng De jacket co-captains presented Kathryn Barnes n bouquet as she became football sweetheart. Gordon Baxter played MC. Fritzie Clothier thought "jingle Bells" on his bass sounded good. X 5 r 'tl ll it DECEMBER brought "Jin- gle Bellsl' a-jiriglirig through the halls and on the campus. Two weeks vacation from pencil and paper reflected the Yuletide spirit and was re- ward-aeplerity in the closing days of '55. Themes had to be written, Trig, Chemistry, and Physics had to be dorieg these fiff it IUVEIBII - H55 m In ll lu m rn m - -lZ345 SIUBIUIIIZ lllllilillllll ZDUZZZ3142525 Zl2l2!31l- - - i IU! HDI fl-ll VID Yllll YI! IIY . . . . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11121314151G17 18192021222324 25262728293031 llllllll ' H55 In U rl n m Vl uw 1234557 IBWTIIIIJI4 l5liI71Il!2IlZI 2223142551721 23331 .... MK I I v p I V .- A A fi 'rt' imwi 1 f'3fi' S 'ri 1 ' hum, Badgeu promiS 10 . -. filling the bmw ed to h6lP work on ' Q 2 . X X M' fx' 4 Jae" the food Hlflve by X X 'N X nm Claus had gi lap N is 4 'EE i i i rl full when Peggy l-lnrdin, Suzanne Sadler. Janie MBER were a part ot the closing days of the year. The Hussar ball was the social event of the month, as boots were shoved aside for pretty formals and Levis were traded in on tuxes. Basketball season got well un- derway and cries of "Merry Christmas!" filled the air. 'H Gs- w 'rwr' lf' ff W BEISIV Byrd iv fgtihg Christmas .Pint listening to W' I Christ K m3S Car w homework- O15 while doing J-CZK' Lee, and Billie Traweek paid him a visit. -Qin: 'V slr-dl i ' ' ' 4' ,, 2wf'1'1y' - Shiela McCarthy and Bowden Bertrand learned again the story of the manger and the true meaning of Christmas. 'ft' Q WWW ,Aff 'Zia -wx?Q"" bv' Elaine Testh reflected the holiday spirit at a New Year's Eve costume party. Many students joined in gay celebrations to get the year of 1956 off with ri bang, 1 V X Q 4 ft if ' X X ,fi '-mm... If .IANU The opening days of the new year, 1956, found stu- dents and teachers taking it easy during the last few days of their holidays. 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If . , , ,ww 2 OUS march, P f 6 momm gs as new Hussar 5 learned , s, m5'f"Z6f., , fx M . ,,f,,,h L, aiiffi., V' 77,4341 E' I v'I4"!fPM .. .. k" for . i H gi etlffee blhl Congressmen donated time and money U' llmmk FEBR joy Fc-lihgr was selected as THE PILOTS Press Sweet- heart by subscribers. Valen- tine's Day found eager couples praetiting for the Senior Ball waltz. Basketball reigned as the king sport as T..l.'s team belted out victory after victory ind tame to the verge of bi- i 'I i y 72123: 1 .VI-DI U NU 'll A aiireatims, 1-'f,'j'fj'j,Lj',fl'w . . '."'i"'2 3 Q' mffftgffm izaasm 567891011 ---- iz: l2l31415l617l.8 455l'9W zznuzszszin 1920212232425 ZIIJ1 ---- 26272829- ' - Zilillllnljl , - h W I 04 . I H had to lU5 1 Aklxlzl 551 Thv YWLOW. 'l ti . lline ,fr C9 i, A The Boys' Choir Cillnlvatcd "U, ' YDLil4Cll1CU Mdlkh 1 Q , 11 'klneki audiences with their bis UARY distrirt honors, Thu l.rsr mm- ute rush to get .umu.1l wp to the publishers wmsumr-d mmy hours of thu iurxrmlrsm sru' dents. Sclcrrxom -fl' rhr Sr-rm-r B111 rhrmc. ' Sprung I:.1IH.lsy. was .1 ph-.1s,mr umm mlm erxdcd thc mnmh if xxx A I' f w hlfliiv , ,Li X fn 7 36 if 0 I V4 if 45 L K . 'U d Slmglmf- C10VVYling an N vw fu X -urlly prcscntfrd L1 r ,lux Vclrlcr, PILOT ' ss M-.f,gll1r.1xt, ' ,p '51, ' Hillld ,numb Dual ban CTP iinfl ,-l,,,lrr dur-f 117 thc. HMV rrlafw Qnwycd tl ,uurm-V flubh vc 4 ' ' misc.. -Wm, W , ID. 2I5 A birthdrzy mm' E246 i i XYICIJQ' ' , 1141 A I i and Verlgne tB.1rh,ii'ii t 9 irtgd C1 , am icacfwn uf It K Cxtiti -. - ' a ng senior Rimes , iflz it , .4 H l 34 i MA Senior Picnic, Texas Day, to to Texas Senior boys' rut , ASM, the M.1roon and Gold ' ther B. d concert, and many o in activities took place in March. Senior teas and parties filled the Senior activity calendar. ' l' ghort sleeved The rcturn o S ff 96105 7250, 'I ff u vnu ni uv nllbnsi wflllllll' ' l!5l in ua ru vu rn ui uv - - - IZI4 Sillillll lllllllfllillll NNHZ2111425 Ii171l1!- - ' XIUUIBIVUIWK ' ' ' ' 1 2 3 'mllvlmmrlm 4se1s91o iziassi 11121314151617 18192021222324 ZZLQQZSQ zszsznszsaoax zu ----- IIIIIIIZIJM -rf 'Q ,Q T Q le? ,hulk m115ters of Tl Hi .l . cigonirins, prcmred foe thcsljlrtlie X - W 'ing warn concert V with full d1'e55 ltljcnfsdlx' 'fm I gmh ti ' The gms? with Sl Cd Xl? . x . . xcoul 'Y ,mms U 3,- 'W down Thomas RCH sh e the warmer d' ' ' ' irts of many hues herald tl ays ot spring. As the days grew longer, time seemed to ' ' grow shorter, and school activities tool: up more and more time. The Closing days of March report Cards. again brought NQ4 bill Boulefafd' X X 17 Oodlen V Ram Ubfe Ours Miss Martha B tl ' Ll ers physiology class enjoyed a friendly chat with Skinny Skeleton. fi mllfl' ' 1 1 If 'Nw-.. I If WW' "Wm 'zu ad fro Nab . and es and Bfgglrlng lunglarbara ph. I y Hooker es Wjth 711.08 arollqd adt' y I A by . fr iids eye H r Om Hfop " ell 'Ur 11 p sngfo , A goldb,-,kk , -E4 C1353 t Sbcd In 3 b V Most ' f liken askctball gameoumj bo-VS AP APRIL showers Could not put a damper on high school spirits as the new month, April, rolled in. Many hours of preparation went into the successful conventions of the ff i f.yfJi f I IU! -UI VUIUID 'WU Yll IA' ' .fffilfffw 1 2 3 4 5 G 1 ...I'L'1?f.... . . . .113 Oillllll IIIZIJMISWII 38311221114 ZSIIIHIBIII 891011121314 --12145 i7lllll1l1 151611l8l92021 ulsnnuu 22232425262728 2,,,,,,,,,,,, 2930 ""' Tl2lBl!1'- Colliiila lixivfiullvs, 'wuvewon' tgeverw Kinm E bei O W 3 ixmkrid 'fmsmxuis 'yen on mn C i Willa' CQUXA Soy fha V- Four juniors "B"-lined it for the front foyer to escape the gentle RIL Maroon .md Gold polrtigal parties. Prcparauons xwrc begun on flu degorltlom for the Senior Ball and vc lxgm ro look forward zo rho oo-rm glucling month of srhool, lg In 9-lvl un .ag 52111-Urs crxgcrly lool-:ed forwurrl I1,lgt.il.lLldIlL1f1 ulnm mlurtrng gradua E i Q non im1t.1r1onS. A K. - . , 5' ' 'lm 1' I , 'Il 'lg , ' A 0 ' , at cv' 4 ,f A, Q" R V mm il H, 1 AMW Inc-als lbut View April Showers' fo'-llid Str.1dc1'1fS CII? We CdfYf:fL'l'I.i 1 fy A UK' 1" hlcn -265510175 C0n3Cgri?Ag7 bull md Sip U! U16 day 5 fill: 'www to some T.j.ites, others. Senior reached ri climax ous teas, parties The Senior Ball, uctivitie and dances conventions ff fZ5'0f'f 1' MAY heralded promotion graduation to 5 with numer- and graduation and its re- lated activities were the high- ., UQ. 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Summer was nigh, and faculty and students anxiously awaited its arrival. Begg .j Ctilxin rnertsnred Doug Harrington for INS gnldtiutiun gown while Hnrh.N.1 Wkhcr' .ind ,lily VL"- ,-N der smile .1PPI'UNll'1jily. E X 5 I t i fl f ,I . Q wml n M 'ff f QW I Ll' , I f.,l, I f QV i A - , Comcn - , . f nun t.i I f " ' chairmcn "UC found ' r. the . r I D flagjn UIC Lady to dmplql st state 1'oo,,, dll I of 1956 observed its Check ay, liar-346 ff tlrlcll' mm ,- L cgdflof, rVU17,'q Stir . K C 22l . af" 'l'h e long, hot summer tlilys will untluuhtetlly tintl n mny stutlents :lt the bfjllklt. 7 5 "'M..,i -x 1 u',,L If-. , A , , X11- 'zt L '+-50 it-fl' 'wx " ' XY . 2"'Kn?' all 5 Piggy' Q ww" 'S iffy , Mk , P r - ' ' E s,. K' if .f 1, K iz, ge .. 0 kg J . .,,, v M 'jyx kg: ,. 1 , A 'I R.: 'M X fl' K-L. TT1.. ' - N, 4' -f V A . X ' " PWM" ', K ' N. 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XUCA , X4 xn 3 at KLOV BX Sxngame mid a Linda Ikfrmfct Jf:l'1UUy liwyd, vlwlm Wfaltkinsx JDJ 5 heat" with 3 Crm! ride in HHS Llussy wmcrtiblc. KCQHY unc Frcdcmaln will "be at the ----M-,-N Q-use rv. , .,.., :a...' 'r Q---me gl ,, -. .. . lil 5 , YELL .-...ans--sang use suse In sports us nowhere else do school irnil community unite. Men ot the towil once more make that touehilown, loop that lmsket, nnil run with feet touched by magic as they wuteli toeli1y's athletes perform in ll large program ot sports events at Yellow jacket Stadium and in the Field House. liven the women in Port Arthur are unusually sportshinintletl and get ii thrill from seeing the gi1'lS :require skill in participation in ir wiilely varied program. Sports are King- and Queeneghere. .-me ima., .A-W .-.W l iwif' , ,..n,,,,NJ W. l A 'lfhiwil S 1 Jklsx N 'S ,l 0 . Ax? 2 I x I --. I 7 A ' I :Q , H -M V '--'H "- , -:K lv I ' .il e . ,Ki , 5 Ill! WH' 'il I . 51-,,. y y LVN "--'-.. , L., -',1-- .' . 1:2 lf 'I 4 1 -' f ' I , - 15+ ls " all Llrl- f 4 I ug 1 .J ' .ia za l ,gf el l sf Wjfflfii-I 4 il 'L ' ' "Brin A, ,3 Ng, vi-sl?-f'f'4ZQif! ,qv pw -- 5 b I L, I lbs, 9 '1 Q I ' ,. bw 1. ,, fi? '51 V, 1 'mfg' ,W , nf, X-fs 'rf H' 'I JV' - .1 f- M," f My ., 5 ,4 If ATHLETICS Yellow jacket Football Stadium 225 ATHLETICS . . . Ll nmgit wortl to every student at where atlileties range from ping pong to lootlmll. The pittures on this Inge are representative of only some Ot the sports nt Tal .... Y' 55" H Jig? W , , 4, 'VR Tl A V' J Football season was the lwest . . . Remember the Baytown bonfire. 7 f 'X .y 41,1 r .. f X fi Basketball starters . , . Before game-time prattice session . . . . ' A U ,.., it N, Ai W Baseball season lwrouglit xittories in . ., wi X 'gi-3 ,.'l i A l R ff A Uni urn' lfm!ff.1fliff.1i'lf lxlll. 'lil'C,lx5llO'I"' 226 A tr-nnis in.itLl1 , . 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S., I .1 Q , f T Y , -' vu ' Bron ch 0 s g.cg,,gi ' 1 f -szcafsssx - s 4:-I P Q Y e lg- a ck e t s e T J x j W. - ' T5' X 'sixfsiox " i sg? " s' - "W . id.ii. si pit mln I ' . 1. I I 1 if 1 q K we-T Af lx , -. ' cs tsss ' T A QUNKLHU el Mm M H W. H 53.1.-.vfzj I c . V 1 ,, V .z::.v,.1if'1 '-'- we i ,VL Lggszfj i . X.-iss: r . K. BUCKY SARTAIN K. U, DAVIS -I. XV. STOREY Quurterbeick Qu.irterb.ick Quarterback Senior Sefzjur -Illllftll' 228 After a long hard trip to Odessa the jackets opened the season by tieing the Broncos 7-7 Port Arthur's lone tally was collected by Austin Consoulin, who leaped and snagged 11 13 yard pass with one hand. Lute in the third quarter, Kenneth Wfntler picked up 11 fumble and ran 94 yards with three Broncos in hot pursuit. Referee McKinley ruled that Wiltler had picked the ball off the ground, thus nullifying 11 second TD. Outstanding on defense were johnny Bndgett, Major Rising, Vincent Grillo, Bill Blassingame, and Bobby Walker, Danny XVilliams, Bucky Snrtiiin, jimmy Landrum, and Gonsoulin carried most of the offensive power. JACKETS TOMAHAWK PORT NECHES 27- 13 For the first win of the season the jackets took a 27-13 victory from the Port Neches Indians. Port Neches scored first on a hand off to Gordon LeBoeuf, who split the right side for 66 yards. Near the end of the first quarter Austin Gonsoulin went 83 yards for the first jacket score. At halftime there was a 6-6 tie. In the third quarter, fullback jimmy Landrum plunged over for another jacket score. After Albert Urbina ran back an intercepted pass, Bucky Sartain scored next on a sneak over center. Do-it-all Gonsoulin scored the fourth touchdown and shoeless Bertin Howard kicked three out of four extra points. LeBoeuf scored again to give Port Neches 13 points for the night. Defensive stindouts were George Pederson, Richard Dartez, Steve L:1Bure, and Albert Urbina, along with the line-backing of Ray Comeaux and 'Major Rising. 49 V Y 7 - I JACKET Q fy , I . -I . ' wwf? fr E, ' V. fr f,,' ' 'if V4 ' 'Z ri f--.:, V A I ' . D ' ' ' --'L I I y frpi mm Nl ll , i ,I 4 in A I i - it . 7 . .i., ...msn KENNETH HASS HOMER NEXVMAN ALBERT URBINA End Halfback Halfbafk Sgmzmr .luumi Senior f M za 1 1, www JW a,4Fffm,3 ff' 7 5 End Steve I.aBure stops Indian Bobby Falgout, with added assistance by linebacker Albert Urbina. 229 JACKETS SEND REDSKINS TO RESERVATION 34-7 .Nf' Austin Gonsoulin. with pictorial blocking, picks up additional yardage against Capitol Hill. Having a great nighti Gonsoulin scored twice and ran for ZOO yards in jacket win. , smil e ' ,QQQ 5- -. K i ii XF i i Y'iA"'v 4' ii N, i CKETS gf V S Q Se we va. I 'I CAPITOL mu. QQ luklnnmczig ntu,.v....v,.. A. A, ' Wt i S . S c 1 S . c t A c ve it A A ' 5 '11-:N X' fir X 'xxxf jk W.. ,..i , 'ff' 1. A Q we i ' 1 .H nm ' " S ' :ilk ',' es.- AUSTIN GONSOULIN ARCHIE SMITH LESTER LIELANCQN H3lfl7i1ClC HxllflW.1t'l'C Fullbnck Senior Swnmf .1,,,,j0,- Great running and passing from Austin Gonsoulin and Bucky Sartain paved the way for Port Arthurs stomp over Capitol Hill, which ended 3-i-7. Gonsoulin started the jacket drive off with a 26 yard punt and two plays later he scored around right end. After an 88 yard drive Gonsoulin scored again. A fumble on the Redskin 15 set up a jacket score with Lester Melancon plunging over. Finally after a long, hard-passing drive, Dick Soergels slipped over right guard for Capitol Hill's only score. Richard Dartez recovered a fumble that paved way for another score. End Bobby Walker scored the last touchdown on a pass from Sartain. Ray Comeaux, Albert Urbina, Danny Williains, and Kenneth Wfatler led a strong defensive group. JACKETS LEAVE EAGLES BALDED 26-25 The -lackets satisfied 15,000 fans in a hreath-taking first district win. Behind at half- time 12-0, the jackets found new spirit to spark four scoring drives. Kenneth Watler started the jackets scoring by snagging a 20 yard touchdown pass from Bucky Sartain. "Slinging" Sartain hit Danny XY'illiams for the next touchdown, but Pasadena came back and scored to make it 10-15. XY'atler caught the next jump pass, and scored. Again, Bertin Howard calmly conxerted, putting the jackets ahead by one point. Pasadena proxcd plenty of tight lelt alter a lorry-eight yard scoring drive. Wfith less than two minutes. Austin Gonsoulin passed 22 yards to Wfilliams who made an over-the-shoulder catch onthe Eagle S Sartain passed to Ben Thornton in the last 4 minutes of the game, gixing the jackets their first district win. A hard-charging ,lackct line was spearheaded by Wfatler, Ray Comeaux, Major Rising, Johnny Badgett, George Pederson, Richard Dartez, and Steve LaBure. ,.............,..... mmf. Nandan yn wa '.,i 'M 5 ,I arg., Q. . A ' wi -c' 1 c , - 'B x 'DDR s . my 2 K Q 1 -.9--.. K r 4 3- 1 ' -swf 1 . 2 r , X "' J Fnf c 5 rw-.--. '- I 'Mi f"""'1 r,-- if f -1 E 5 , A X ' .1 1 if , , 1 e , aaa .1 :Ig I I if , ,f . STEVE LJBKRE -llhlhlai l.AXDRl'fXl DANNY XY'll.l,lAlNlS End Ifnlllwail: Halfl'raik Sfifiwi' lim i St ffffu Finally halted, after a 15 yard pick up is Austin Gonsoulin, star left halfback. On the ground after throwing timely blocks are N. Vicknair and Ray Corneaux. TORNADOES BLOW JACKETS DOWN 14-I3 Wingback Danny Williams skirts right end, gaining another first down for the Yellow jackets. Danny constantly put the pressure on the defensive ends with his great speed, 7, , W I v . 1 E, f , 'L V. , 4 Ep A , '1"' I 4 -1 ' f. 4 -Ju if '45 fi Ze? s . ryib-t 53 7 A, 'L' - fi , l ' y ,,.?Zf, ' , ,,dr - 1 , u i f if P' 1 M X . Q., ,M ,-.4 me- v .. Me. DON GGODXWIN BERTIN HCDWARD EDDIE ANDERSON Halfburk Specialist CHIYCF Smjuf Swim- Senior The downhearted jackets left for Galveston with the absence of star halfback Austin Gonsoulin who was suffering from leg injuries. Bucky Sartain was so badly rushed that three of his passes were intercepted, The lirst drive started like this: Tor Adolph Acula fumbled and end Steve LaBure recovered on the Galveston one. jimmy Landrum scored and Bert Howard kicked the point. Two plays later, Tor Ed Malina fumbled on the jacket 44 and Richard Dartez recovered. After a 56 yard drive, Don Goodwin plunged the last four yards but fumbled in the end zone. The Tors drove 89 yards to set up the score for Acala. The placement was good, tieing the game. Danny Williains scored in the third quarter but Howards kick was wide. A fumble on the jacket five set up Galves- ton's next touchdown and the important kick was good, giving Galveston the win. JACKETS SHARE VICTORIOUS MOMENTS 1' -134 If s 9X Yi x in em .Gs U1 jackets display a victorious smile after the win over Galena Park. Little Ollie hardly made it, but if you loc-l-c hard. hes there. fe, S ,g.q'gt2Qiftm, f ff ' x - ff' "' 'gi " ' ' ?'if'7f ' X j Gi ,',' F ' f . X Q E. to .f E . E ""t- off ty iff .Wo x ,S 4 t E it X3 i MA-TOR RIFIXCJ ARTHUR LANDRY GEORGE PEDERSON Cfgntojf Tackle Tackle jenny juumr junior Jackets waiting for action in the Baytown game were entertained by the stories of Billy Clayton. Some seem to have lost interest, though. JACKETS VICTORS OVER ORANGE 41-0 A 58 yard drive got Port Arthur on the scoreboard with Lester Melancon scoring in the first period. Bertin Howard split the uprights to start a five-for-six placement perform- ance. Later, after four fumbles, the jackets drove 77 yards to pay dirt. Jimmy Landrum whirled 12, and Kenneth Wfatler on an end-around covered 15. Then, Bucky Sartain calmly laid one in Watler's hands on the Tiger one, and Melancon plunged over. Danny Wfilliams and Landrum drove 67 yards and Melancon again scored for the jackets. After that, it was no contest for the Maroon and Gold. An Orange fumble on their own 39 set PA's next score up. Kenneth Fisher knifed for nine yards and K. U. Davis circled right end and scored, only to have it called back. Fisher then plunged over from the 7 yard line. Wfilliams took a punt on the 20 yard line and ran it all the way back, SO yards, untouched. Homer Newman made an identical run 69 yards, but a penalty nullified it. In the last quarter, Fisher plunged over for the last tally. jerry Caldwell, jack Wfhite, Major Rising, Ray Comeaux, and jimmy Davis stopped every Orange threat and held them to seven first downs. Ace line-backer Jack Clark was picked as the defensive star of the game. ' Au r-fu.-.-.ur mm uv. si.1..rmsPnirm fill lb! Bvnlfll of Ill! lklliif GMM! nhl is V' , V 1: - . , ,W 4 , Ag rn- .. -wa y 5 5' l V . H Y J my . y ,A xx WHA If-'-'WMMX : A . A V A , 'M ""k I KMMA - ,-,x X E or ,fo cf ober 11, 1955 8:00 P. M' I, H ' ' N N Awww 1 If 'Sie Q , Q ie J ..t s RAY COMEAUX -IOHNNY BADGETT -Ilhibix Dxvlg Guard Guard Senior Stallion' has sr' As jimmy Landrum tries to break loose from the pile up, the umpire, jess Landrum, checks to see if all is well. Landrum played good football the entire seasonfaveraging over 5 yards per 234 carry on a 666 yard rushing total. EXPORTERS SHIP JACKETS FROM DISTRICT RACE 6-O Q Vincent Grillo makes with music to the enjoyment of onlookers. Glen Burt, Eddie Anderson, and Roy Phillips enioyed the serenade from the bus. fxronrfxs J fx vs we-ffla. ' Pun1Anru,u,l 4 . " 2. 'ill , 'V iiii ' ucioasnliiii ' ' t , n'i'53ll."'m'3 I, fs , , lx i fy .1 ,V D p :P ' Rx v'- 4 . ite' M ' A x . fi . X PIllCEA1,Q3 f- ' l jj V' V. ' '- X ' 1:-,i ., 'ff' if ' 57 I ,u . ,W fiamawwaw BILL BLASINGAME GLEN l'3L'R'l' OLIVER LAVUSON Guard Guard Guard Senior Sewer Senior Luck was riding with Freeport as they knocked Port Arthur from the district race. The jackets outgained the Shippers 97 yards on the ground and 100 in the air. However, statistics do not win the game, and the jackets could not get a tally over. Freeport's score came early in the first period when fullback john Bridges went up the middle for 78 yards. He was stopped by Louis Moos on the jacket five. Two plays later, Gene Ruhmann went around right for the score. Austin Gonsoulin ran the kick-off back 86 yards only to have it called back. But the gallant warrior gained 169 yards and jimmy Landrum picked up 116, only to be wasted, as they were unable to score. Four minutes after Freeport scored, the Shippers fumbled on their 12 yard line, Bill Blasingame recovered for the Jackets. Two plays later Gonsoulin barreled over only to have it called back. Later, in the last quarter, Bobby Walker intercepted a pass, to give the Jackets new life, but still they were unable to score. Tremendous blocking came from Ray Comeaux, johnny Badgett, Richard Dartez, and Major Rising. The defense was fortified by jack White, Arthur Landry, jerry Caldwell, Jack Clark, Blasingame, and Walker. 235 L,,"yf:i .IM lxF'l'9 ' Xl l Nl X llklili PA JACKETS STING GALENA PARK JACKETS 27-7 Dads Night found Port Arthur jackets giving no mercy to similarly named Galena Park jackets. Port Arthur took the opening kickoff and journeyed 55 yards in nine plays to score. Austin Gonsoulin and jimmy Landrum shared the load on big bolts at the Park- er's middle, while skatback Danny Wfilliams drove them frantic on the ends. Parker's Bobby Loving fumbled to Ray Comeaux on GP's first play. However, the drive was stopped at the four. Port Arthur regained it at the 12, when Loving fumbled to Kenneth Watler. In three plays Gonsoulin scored. But, the Parkers proved they were not a push- over by driving 72 yards to score. In the second half a pass from Bucky Sartain to Wfatler boostedithe score to 19-7 and Bertin Howard kicked one of his three extra points for the night. In the last quarter, Gonsoulin ran a punt back 50 yards, only to be stopped at the 35. just to prove he could do it again, he scooped the next punt off the ground and rambled 43 yards to pay dirt. A strong defensive was headed by jimmy Davi5, Comeaux, Watler, jack Clark, Bobby Walker, and Albert Urbina. 'Ui I . - . rm . - ig60Qa. V ' " lee fs rw A A I IWW wg l ,dbx - eq if N- X 'lf' P ia x ' .,,,..k..,,.a.,- c,...-k. i . W H. ... Q ' -f - -A V ca.. 1 , ,,,. sn JACK WHITE VINCENT GRILLO JACK COCKERHAINI Tackle Tackle Tackle junior Senior 55111.11- Swim., Managers Reynolds, Tibbets, Crouch, and Phillips watch a crucial moment in the Galena Park game. These four worked long and hard to make sure that the Yellow jackets received the best equipment and physical care. ""'Y"Nhuuu.-w JACKETS BLEACH ROYAL PURPLES 23-I3 JACK CLARK Center Senior 1' Q 4 4.0.2.2-G . 1 DU Quarterbacks K. TQ. Davis and Bucky Sartain made plans for the Purple game. .-.Way 2.3317 Li Q Q . " 4 -341-rag ft: ' '-5.2 7. 1 J '. ' "Hr" ' rv, Ng. , V ,Z sv r-. iff . ' 1 A A ,, 1 JACKETS 2. 1 r V t i I .f .1 r,....4z,, BILL CLAYTON N. VICKNAIR Tackle Tackle Senior Senior Halfbacks Danny Williams and Austin Gonsoulin ran wild over long rival Beaumont in the Jackets last home game. A jacket fumble by fullback Jimmy Landrum gave the Purples the ball on the Port Arthur 25. Beaumont scored but a penalty nullified the TD, and the ball went over to Port Arthur. It was a scoreless first quarter, with Beau- mont's Bobby Hansen plunging over from the one. On the first play, Gonsoulin took the ball on the 18 yard line and ran 82 yards, untouched, to score. With 4 down and 8 yards to go on the Purple 18, Jackets called on Bertin Howard, who had already tied the game. Howard calmly booted the goal to put Port Arthur ahead at halftime. After the half, Williams broke lose on a 45 yard jaunt to the Purple 6. Landrum finished, plunging over. In the last quarter, Williams again went around end, untouched, 31 yards to score. The biggest Purple thrill came when Dave Charmichael took the kickoff and went 83 yards back for Beaumont's last score. Defensive standouts were jerry Caldwell, Kenneth Watler, George Pederson, lack White, and Arthur Landry. 11 473 Uivloivi mum: ii, iw .umm ummm 237 Mme- 4 m -XL x GANDERS TAR AND FEATHER JACKETS T3-7 Breaks and penalties played a large part in Baytowns win over Port Arthur. Tommy Lochridge put the Ganders in the threatening position with a 57 yard punt return to the jacket 251. Three more plays placed the ball on the jacket 7, but a strong defensive line held. The jackets drove out to the 27 before Don St, Clair intercepted Bucky Sartains pass. Three plays later the Ganders scored. Bobby Walker leaped on George Peder- son's back and blocked the conversion. Baytown scored again early in the last quarter when they recovered a bobbled punt on the jacket 2. Fullback Wfesley Hicks, of Bay- town, slanted off right tackle to score and Lucas Vegas converted. PA sored late in the last quarter when Austin Gonsoulin took the kickoff 21 yards back to the Gander 46. Danny Wfilliams, jimmy Landrum, Sartain, and Gonsoulin carried the ball all the way, and Sartain eventually scored. Bertin Howard finished off the season by kicking his last extra point. 1 . 5,3l13!.s.E,giiif,.,i .K E ,ff , ' fi .G Q ,,' f .Ai. 'V , Ti., eg ff' H ,-fans, fx 59. 'Q if I I 'a' ' T' ' 5 " if Q A ' X f 't" ' I g ,,,,.,,, to t ,lRobenE.Lee, ,f A l Port Arthf t i f ai , , WM' f' . in , W l fi V 55 g A . p , M.. , -1 wi Z!! X ...r...f,.:ia..,..... aj ,. 5. ig 5 I, p ,A K .R g . M "W tt't ,,,, - 1 N sm l KENNETH HUGHES HANK WAlNRlGHT GLEN TOERNER Tackle Tackle Guard Seuiw' Senior Swlifu' With the blocking of johnny Badgett and Ray Comeaux, Danny Wlilliams picked up I7 yards against the Ganders. Williaiias was a top ground gainer in the 13-7 Gander defeat. JACKET BACKS RODE HARD ON OPPOSITION Major Rising centers the ball to Bucky Sartain. who is fortified by Austin Gon- soulin. -Timmy Landrum and Danny Wil- liams. These four backs featured a swift and diversified offense. J, 1 53' , , -3 f . . .nz vi.. - MIP. -7 rf, , ' Q f ' lfifeiizi ' af f f I , b F, H - 'C' QS- 1"""f1, .u'i'i"T fi,, Y .ag ,,ft , U ' Tic, , ig' km .J r 4 A as f . - - XX ,V fs 1 , I ,1 L ., y RICHARD DARTEZ LOUIS MOCS TOMMY GASPARD Tfidflf End End f1"1W" SL'Nf0V Senior Man under K. U. Davis receives the ball from Eddie Anderson. He is sup- ported by Albert Urbina, Reko Melan- con, and Archie Smith, This foursome was called on often to replace the regu- lars and always turned in a commend- able performance. 1 239 VICTORIES FOLLOW THEIR EFFCRTS 1 -.,..x: This hard-charging line is composed of Steve LaBure, Richard Dattez, N. J. Vieknair, johnny Badg- ett. Major Rising, Ray Cnmeaux, and Kenneth Wxitler. Relatively small the jacket line made up in quickness what they lacked in size. umm l 4 was-4l'M'4' Q lllll L 3, , ff 'uk If , ' if W ,,,,,,., f""""'R Wm' X tif' I , R 7 ":::',--' ' I - ' lf' wif- uifm, jg W L i f ! BOBBY WALKER JERRY CALDWELL KENNETH W'ATLER End Eml End Senior Senior Sg,,j,,,. "' f 3 1 f ffl H , ' . ,f A7 J Q ' ' ,f ' , 1' ' v,tw.:e7:.r'y'f 'ima w Z ., Q W. ,.,,, , xiii! fi", A ' , ffff 4 ' ',,,x, ' fm ,gfw f . iuylzlf . .Yi 1 Q .3 , ' lim' ii -' it 2, 'K i L , '- L ical teas' M , y L , M .f 135 X gif! , g 'Q M i X "" f - I , K X 1 i W' 'hxmfm' ' Guards this year were lkneelingl Oliver Lawson, jimmy Davis, and Glen Burt, fstanelingj Billy Clayton, johnny Baeligett, Ray Cnmennx, Bill l4ll.1SSlf'lvL1Jll'TlC, nntl Glen Toerner. t i , ,A , THIS IS 'GOOD OLD JACKET LINE' Five mighty flankers were Steve LJ- Bure. Ben Thornton. Kenneth Wlatler. Bobby Walker. and ,Terry Caldwell. Be- sides excelling in pass catching. these ,laclcets played great defense all season. r.. 3' - .-Z'-l' , gy, , ' nxi ' . ' L. ef s r nee tl' ti QQ -7 p BOBBY BALLARD End Senior Hard-charging tackles were fkneelingj Vincent Grillo, N. Viclcnair, and Hank Wainright. Standing are jack White, Richard Dartez. George Peder- son, and jack Cocl-cerham. NX'eighing over ZOO pounds a man, opposing teams found these jackets hard to move, BEN THORNTON End Senior F00fbf1llSz1z11f of TOUIOl'l'OfZl".' THE "B" SQUAD YELLOXV JACKETS l 2 -1 I l 1 l 2 I I l .sl A An A THE 1955 "B" SQUAD YELLOW JACKETS, KONCIJEZZV by MR. WAYNE coRNEL1Us They are, first row: Mr. Cornelius, Gary Dorsey, J. R, Beinvenue, Ronnie Stanley, Charles Hoffpauer, Michael Slott, Tom Guntner, Woodrow Cross, Melvin Borel, james Rider, Steve Hodges, Tommy Hebert, David Simmons, Ronald Doty, Teddy Guidry. Second row: Linis Herpin, Robert Breaux, jerry Gower, Don Terry, james Hebert, Dennis Dorman, C, L. Nichlas, Paul Kibbe, Mickey Wailker. jay Hebert, Earl Boyanton, Jerry White, Charles Moncrief, Dick Cantrell. YELLOW JACKET FOOTBALL STADIUM np LT Many exciting events of the school year 1955-1956 took place here in Yellow jacket Stadium, They ranged from football games, track meets, the Powder Puff game, to commencement services for the Class of 1956. On the same plot of ground which houses the stadium, some day, will stand the beautiful new senior high school building. ,M 472 if fn 4 , A. .L ,.,k., . :qw ' 2 M -f - K l ., .-4 .. ,X "Y,-L, 'ff 4 1 V, , - V . .www -Y J X , K, - x ,f Q X - +, A ' u Y l 1 - ,Q 14.3, Nam ,f. 41 ., , .-s,-. ma.. N ,. N A -,M ,, W. wgfvxvkzfrff V. y ' ,,'i'4Qe'5J , "-lf'n?'f1g1Hf?Zeg-2 .- ., , .vw , ,. .. K g ia- -,.x..s.f:q,' " Kf Y, ,Q .- k ,"-r M143 1 .1s',vj'jp751i,?4f. ' . '5- .,, Q "1 Y f, , gf, 1,4 b J ' xl A .ul 2" ,T "Q',f.:' k""'f M' sw f ' , w1??1F'3ff1' ? 1, Ayn ,. X , ,.. ,X , 5 S Q My Lf L ff 1 -M, - y , 1 ,M JM ,, 'f Zim: If ,,,' 1. .f pq, ff, f 173 , 4-A 4 TM ' fn X ' . V , f ff? f ,. , f V. QM 1 rf If f ,, ff .lf f A, ZX i A .,x4 X Q ll 'e Q? . .. " , 9 5 -,Wx Q, f if H., 1 X f f WX, wyzuani Yfff? ,AQ f ww. f ,, 5,6 e 5 f 5 i 3 1 3 s E Q E 6 2 'w iwimvf ', ywmrae - 2 i i lgi lix L" ,I A . J. , b Y f Ns L P i f 3 A K QQ: 26 A at-. , I x j y .51 . .L l F is P gl PM P " j P , ' Y K I "Y?fQ.l - "" 5653.-113: " gf? - f 3 :Sis -9 5 32, Nsssyq T f M ii K , 0 59 L 3 iff i, if: Q l ' is 2 s , .. 1, I l - 1 T , . W yt X r s lass fi N t - 4 A AL. .1 'tv - . .. .., .. sssr P x T r'w P get wwe few Q -:f,.- 1 - K L f? . ,ES ,,, X Q 5- - - A ray it - A LETTER Heading the Letter Girl club are: President. Diary Lou Lind- gren: Vice President, Connie Pierceg Secretary, Sue Smithg Tl'L'.1SLIl'Cf, Carol Higgs: and Historian. LvfiLll.1 VanBen- thusyen. e KD fdg ,-,...x i , Elizabeth Aguilar fv7w,w In February, twenty-three seniors and one iunior lettered. They are, left to right, first row: -loan Mar1ceaux,AShirley Lumpkin, Kathryn Barnes, Linda Thompson, Patsy Seliexnayder, Bai'lura Phillips, Rose Aguilar, Rose Loycana, Orlia Mendez, Serond row: Doris Feltman. Hex erly Blackwood, Louise ar:-1'fff:i:f. 'f"" .. Lakey, Patsy james, Diane Daniels, Mary Newman, Peggy Hardin, Doris Temple, Polly Haley, gg, Nadine Searcy, joy Felder, Viola Dayalos, and Minnie Ramirez, l 5 ds, , 2 . ,, Z M,,,mr,f fa ' l Kathryn Barnes 244 BU Q1-ly lglluim ,Ml lletty Boyum Barbara Bushnell Beth Clmge ' X N is '- sf'- ., T, K ' t N' Ep '-3 ' .t "FM : y - Y' N iki? K 1 I -X ' l ' iff ' , , I V i. rw. lg .LJ i-r.si'S5 T My L yi Q . ,Q , is f -3-N-1 Q, L X if M T W Gif ' X1 i --.. s xi P sessr r Q r X2 . I . y i Beverly Colicher june Dai-reg 3IRLS tit, X. WWW' f-9 4 vt WM M lam , ,, , ll AL 1 X ' LQMVXAA The team managers xvlm ditl such .in efficient iob Jie. left to righti M.iry 'Line Nihwuis. MV Ning' Xlfilten, Seni-ir Tum I W , ,,.,g,-A lNI.1n.1geis1 Ginnie Pie-ite. ' 'X y y bldlj' Beth Ftitch. Siipliuiiwre - V-LV XJ Tum Mlnigersg -lunt Durex, 4' X' 1 Suu Smith. 'luniiir Tum fXI.in, .igeri , -7' t -x ' ,. MAN A ., li 1 auf 4 X S I M X' , 3 i m' - 2, xi' Q? V f f 5 ffl 41, ffl. . 5 f y 'Y-'L l Mary Lou Lindgren Two Queens were chosen fffrm each grade during C1 RA. iiiisttiie tfintests, They tire, left lu right: Becky Burris, Sophomoreg Gail Stencnson, and Peggy Barhin, junifirxg Dtittie Hiineyttitt, Stipliii- moreg Peggy Nolen and Beth Chase. Seniors. V 'f Elizabeth Hackney -. f' ,., ,.,, i W 'N i - y we i fi 'W' f'-1 " t" 2' , " "' W f V. I If W3 ,W , fy 6 I -Ab , , ' , 77477 ""' ' fb' 1 -, ' 12 ' 7 ,ff Ly ,, , ' , ' , fi if I f X ' l I - ' 91345225494 ' ,, , 1 ,ff My ,,,f,f,,1E,4' g,jfM2,,f,i ,V 'V g iff? "W 4 f l li Viola Dgvglog Joy Felder Doris Feltman Dianne Flint Mary llc-th lfutth Estella Gloria 245 A 1' , ,ff at Q , . gu- ,-1-yf' , 4, .. 1 i wh '34 n J 5 M 4, A 5452? ' H451 4 i ,fi g , .. ... y :ga if , 4 i, ,A , , ,ii 5, N., 1451 'T x 'fi 1 . K . Y K J., 5 , , t W ! i M Wt x . l ' " V 1 Peggy Hamlin Cartvl Higgx Patsy ,laines lilxiia jiininef C57 Shirley Lumpkin f-, V rw-415, 2, 4 -'wiv ,P i ! far! 1 Carolyn Mate 'V Van", 'I ' f ff at f -ff I juan Manceaux V 75. f f ,Q i . if 1 .' Qi l' , ' 'bbw--',fL 1" ,f ' ' ' ' 51555- 1' ' bc 1 4 Vi x' fan, . -. , M. A W ' W i- f ' , " -f .. l, i i,4 , i i l lf t .,1,QgZg Q 7 if . Q ' . i "W f I fs' 6' ima aw ' i 'B - i,,.,i . , Louise Lakie Rose Loycccann Lrlentla Stillxvell really tlitl t.1i'1'y tlmt lwall fur the Senior "Dirt Dtilwlnei's." Nu, UU Nanty Newman f6ZJ -lune Dartez, 1261 -lwyte Dtipletlmin. Diane Daniels awiitw Cilentl-i tu try lm' that lliig 'l'l1e Powtlei Puff Game, spuiismetl by the l.e ., Ls . Wei , 1 -.it L Stadium --1. l g 1 . , , -, .,., 'P '-'49 , . ., i vrmgo. ,H ri t-4 . WV, V. -gif H ,Wai if! " , The Seniui' lvatlcfieltl mi f1cZ ,,z.,5x ,T ,, ' g 1 x it.,-I , -f V .1 i .U '. V M -, -,, ,f . - 4 was well m.1cl1e:tl lay ft' ' X l' A. -F' V t ,,,4 ,. ,, . L ' A ,, in at '-H' Allveit la- la Urlwina U v 5 antl Austin ciftflillllll .L I 4 , .. - t i x A Ihe playerm are. left tu A l X N ma f. right: -Ivy XY'illiams, i2u,f' V' ' ' f ' wi , X' P liex el'lV C41litl1L'l', Crm- -ff, q x , V 'QM J - vb kv' nie Pierte, Cilentla Still- 'L' n' f 'i ' , f ' Q 'a W i V ' .-Y .mx , ,L -'.,:. r 3, vw. , well, Nite Smith, lXl.lI'y' 5 L' ,Ai 1 I W HK HB .31 Lum Lintlgren, h M V , , -K y 91 1 ' M3 'W 'li ' 12.1 " a1'1TSf-f."'f'a'3A4t:G k ' , ,w.,ff",, '21 Q-Jgjzsg f ft ' ' ' X. - 4" 1 . -r- Ax ..Ku,.:v King Ray fiwiiit-.itix limketl "lowly" aa uv- , taptains Clwnnie Pit-ite .intl xlune Dartcz of tlie Senior "Dirt DulwlHei's" prcxentetl him luis tinwii .intl xelaetalwle kU1'S.l3.IC. Cuatlics it X Kenneth XY7.1llL'l' .intl liill lllasingame got .1 NS , tluse up xiew of tlie teremonies. .fm if ' ,' Q Z, 'Fw if df- '69 N 3 g. ,Q vm.. 'NN' VV A '-3 if ' 'mb ' I' ev, wi at .Ni X 1 ' it ti W i' Atpi f Vi l l ,ty 1 Ln Y Orlia Mendea Sylvia Muntrief Mary ,lane Nabuurs Mai' Newman ' . . A t-f' - J 246 V Peggy Nolen Bail-1.11.1 l liillips O ,vt iv 1, r 1 51 7- N -- A ,Pj ,Q 0 - .,, 'bv I Connie Pierce Minnie Ramirez Patsy Schcxnnydcr , , iellsa. -- L Y "wavy Q ,TZ .- f ' Q V fl A ,. ,7 5122945599 ' ! 5 ,I ,, .a FV 4 7 iiii gk , . ,T awkl -' f f Q, Beatrice Scott Nadine Searcy Ruth Slaid Diane Daniels starts off on Q1 thrilling run for the lnnior "Stingers" during the "Powder Puff Gantt '." No. WISH ,lo Ellen Slaid, U35 Beverly Collthcr, 1751 Barbara Hughes. C353 Sue Smith, C762 Donna Wforthington. 1771 Ursula VanBen- thusycn, Coaches Lester "Rel-:ff Melanwn -larry Caldwell. Kenneth Fisher and Richard Dartez vxorltecl harcl tn nialce the " a winning team. Stinger," 'Z The Senior "Dirt Doh- bersw and the Junior- Swpliiunrirc "Stingc'rs" hrouvulmt their mothers .1Cri'iss Yellow ilgltlief Ficltl for' an exciting "lXltrm's Niglttf' . 1 ,' V1 ,, ' 1 fy f' . 'aa 5 A I . .1 1 MA 4 9 5,2 . I in ,u V, M W 1, Q A I 2, I 7 ff IP f 1 rn ,. ,413 ,, mf ,7,, f 7 ,,V,',,Q,J,i f"" gm' 14 5 ' f 4 Ursula VanBenthusyen Janie Vickers sf' Verlene Windham Nancy Wilten Helen Wood ,,f f .2 , ,.,f',-,N wif f ,U V r Sue Smith -'.c,v' , 1 4'f' ,,f,,w ' Q A -ffzwgwu ,I ,j Doris Temple f 1,2 , K 4' 3 1. ..f,, . K . X f A 4 NV, , , f f l.a,l 7 4? iii' ' I 2 Linda Thompson 1 L, ff- ,, ff Donna Worthington 247 lfiiiuying Mis. Di'Limiiiomi's surprise lwiitlnlgiy Mika' Iimm the Lcttci' Liirls .iii- swim' uf thc P. lf. tc.iilici's .ind swim' stiidciits. lxft tu right .ilu Mary -Lim N.ilwui's, Doris -luiirs, Miss Gullciigc, Nutty l'myi1m. Mis. Driimiiwnd .ind Miss 'l4i117lIl.lN. X J ' ,, ,Q X mwi , f f p"f , fi ,AW Marx' AW 4 ,, Hut dogs sure did tiistu guuii tu this grmip of hungry Lcttci' Girls. K . .V f - ,T A si i Q x ,,v' ! ri' X 'M' K3 x - . -- , . , i -- . 5 Xi x XX X Li' 44 'Ffh' All N 5 i if . I I X I ' sl 1 r 1 ' 1 - -- WA X 1 ' '14, , ,XXX ig 5 i is I ,i ' X - ,x 3 Ai ,, ,,.,, ,. if Peggy liaiilwin, .ill-silimil pus- A I Q , V tiirc CIllL'L'l1, llmcixul Iwi' wr- 1 M Q " 'V tifiiiitc frmn Mrs, Drummimml 1' ' , , - ,. ' 4 . , ,, H f 2 thi' iiiliglit iii thc I1-tlci' Curl lllk' lxifcl' Lslils liugit li.iytmx'ii lminnrsi' was unc f insmlliitiain, uf thc lwcst. Hi-rc Donna XY'Ul'fi1iI'lglUl1, Bcvcrlv Coli- , - 4hL'l,kllULi Caiwlyn INI.uc lung thu banner and put 9 jf thc finishing luiiilius on iy ,, f I ' if, Ma -5 ,, -if W H Y 'K' . IN CLASS WE PLAYED: -"Mu , For jo Ann Tipton and Msrj. ,lane Nabours calisthenics are a serious itat- ter, but to the rest of this sqeaf the exercises must be made hurzcfrogs Lwwlc wut, Glenda! Doris Temple can really "spike" that ball. Much excite- ment was slwwn at volleyball games clui'in,u gym classes. .X xx xx xr 4.7 1 ff! y i f ' fl I VV V gy . , V' !'4..,,, , Qs4,f,ffM,,5 4, ' ' ff A My, if , ff I f 20 ,f f , A If V- ,f r .4 14, fa , -gy ' , A ' ff ' fum ' , 1 4 ,V 4' , ,fgwhfwfvi ' , ffff' 4 l V fffm, t "" 7 154' ,,QWff',, 'aj 355 fqf 194 7' 1 ' eg' ,? Z'vg'fQf " Z -1' + "1 nl' i n 4 V Wx Exciting games of speeclball were played in gym at the first of the year. Here Beatrice Scott receives the ball off the toe of Mary Lou Lindgren, while Caro- lyn Mace. Ursula VanBentl'1usyen, june Dartez and Sue Smith anxiously await the next play. 249 Mm, www 2 5 Z 3 1 uf' TENNIS Members of the club are: First row: Rie Carr, Sylvia Hebert, Margaret Newman, Dorothy Potts, Elaine Felder, Betty Bobhitt, Vivian Dugas. Second row: Miss jackie Gulledge, Sponsorg Diane Daniels, Goldie Jeter, Jeanie Staton, I-lortense Sprowl, Mary Ann Stover. Third row: jo Ellen Slaid, Anna Ray Scott. Phyllis Guize. Fourth row: Carolyn Mace, Marilyn Atkins, Shirley Wilt'irx, Fifth row: Sue Smith, Bev- erly Colicher, Mary Low Lindgren. Sixth row: Ursula VanBenthusyen, Sylvia Moncrief, Connie Pierce. xg A , "ik-4, .li Tennis Club Sponsor Miss jackie Gulledgc shows team members, Ursula Mary Lou Lindgren, T.j.'s number one tennis player, VanBenthusyen and Goldie Jeter thc correct form for a backhand shot. gets snapped as she goes into one of her mighty SCIVCS. CLUB 'E 'igrf ig W - s -fy- . ,...w.:,?, T 59- 53. Ip' I Fri! S-nr MARY Lot' LINDQREN DIANE DANIELS SUE SMITH 5Sri.E.'fI Dunblw Dvffbfff ,., -Ak. ll 3 rv From the Tennis Club .1 tennis ,,, V 3 team is Chosen. This terim plays 'nfl' ,gf neighboring towns in prattite r matches and participates in a tlistritt tournament. Miss jackie Gulledge sponsors the Tennis Club and serves as coach for the team. L'RSL'AL VANBENTHL-SYEN GOLDIE ,IETER Dgukfgr D0llZ7l6J' I, i iz lzfzf? A A .A ,,-' D .,.x D W ,A ', ', 4 - efyni an A 1 fg' i f , , ,mf in Fifi T Officers of the Tennis Club ure. left to right: Beverly Colicher, Reporterg Goldie Jeter, 'l'i'et1sui'erg Ursula VanBenthusyen, Sec- retaryg Sue Smith, Vice Presielentg Mary Lou Lindgren, Presi- dentg Miss jackie Gulledge, Sponsor. 2 5l T.j.'s Doubles team consists of Sue Smith and Diane Daniels. a 4 o ls n 8 Nia 4 9:5 4:s: s 1 if 252 G.R.A. The Senior "Ladies" who won the G. R.A. basketball championship are, first row: Nancy Wilter Team Managerg Miss Thomas, Sponsorg Mary jane Na- bours, Team Manager. Second row: Cap- tain, Ruth Slaidg Sylvia Moncrief, Mary Lou Lindgren, Sue Smith, june Dartez, Connie Pierce and Mary Beth Futch. Members not pictured are Ursula Van- Benthusyen, Elvira jiminez and Donna Wforthington. Basketball tournaments were held at G.R.A. The winners of the All- School Tournament were given gold basketballs. Winners of the G.R.A. tennis tournament were, left to right: Sophomore, Dottie Honeycuttg Senior, Mary Lou Lindgren: junior, Diane Daniels. Gym teachers, Miss Changos, Mrs, Drummond, and Miss Gulledge acted as iudges for the G.R.A. posture contests. GOLF . ' ' ii.fQ'v ', , L 1 122 Y ' ' -- 3- 5 ffl .. 145 , ,yi , ' Y' L ' 9 Q , 5 : 1 , . 1 r . . - T ' - 1 1 - f I ?W!, nFl'f v."vi?f,L 2 if-if ' , 'L A -Yg41Q3fj'F-' M51 lwlf- Darid Hall. Ned llrwhnson, ,lack Sherill, .mtl Cmtli Dun Coleman watch as Yi -, E- 11 We George White clcmriristrates 3 stroke. 'lf' K Z1 ' ff if 2:71 'T TENNIS . I . , fr' '. 0 My '-QQ, . - f f, ' 'z'!.il,l l ,J , f'r7",'vf2,rf, I I I "A 'iflim ' ' i W. ' "- ,.A.,'4., . ,LF . , I 4 ,, tt , .. H . 1 f , ,, I v ","dh'b '-v..,,f-Y I Nitk H.imiltr+n, Singles ace. helts a hull tuiwiss the net The Tennis Team is ffm' fiucil fit. firev rw. hill Kwh Twill-: H.tii.iltfiri, Rrihert I Artego, jimmy Shanlce Stzinfliripz Cm' li Dun fxileriiun lxldflf Vtitiphn, Billy Terrell. ,,,,.,. uf, 1 fy: ,f, A' Ani.. Mff, I ' a - I. 1-,A ft , ,hifi , wNktf.ilfl4,a .-.M ' A, 4 ,f gg, , - 'Qi' W " 25 l fL4:'1y4 ' i f'A I .,ltf'-ne?-VWQAZ ,JV4XW,VW Z!M ! Wizygefyjf. 7, -. ne, .fu 11,-.gfa .X ' MZ gZ?Q iN4Z5if3,fZZV.MMuVz M44-. 'W-W' L, ,Mawr-my-f fin. ,A I' Y , f, i ,xiii ff , , V f,f"! 01. ,fggz-f,.f.if.,Q ff If I I ff I 'W--wwf 1 ,,,, rf,,,,,,,,,,.,-f If f I I I ',! A ,ffjr ,,f! 'ff hav!! I f Lqrik gut! This flriuhles team is liziivl to heat: Jimmy Koch. Shanks :tml Bill Doubles champs Bill Koch and Jimmy Shanks pose with Coach Don Coleman. 253 JERRY FRANKLIN zzzziw' Gmzffj Shaw ,md But lmmle Frcmlm High of Iicaumunfs Tum Settle and Rs Yellow Jackets Sfarf Slow . . . JAINIES XVOOLEN jzmiw' Fnl'lt'.lI'LZ' ,TV Irwllmtl- fm- A 1'g'l'7llllI'lLI in an early season game. DISTRICT RECORD S-QIA January Galena Park ,69 il january -Orange 75 S2 january lllflfrccport . ,. N80 60 'lanuary IS llulllllllllll ii -IH vlamzary I7 Haytuwn 58 S74 january Z Pasanluna 'Ii -ll january Z'IffG2IIX'L'SlOlI H8 69 -lamlary 27-fG.1lcna Park 'IV 45 january 51 Orange , fall' il Fvlwruary I7rccpurt 52 ill February SBcaumunt 545 ii Ifclwruary 9-f'B41yluwr1 41 Ill February llffpasadma C32 50 February I-I--G.IlYCSlOll , 56 -li KIIIRR ly 1,5 I, ,M 4 W' 1' J - Q., , U4 ' -1 , f l 753 .-I. Lili AIISIERS Xbllfrfl' Luufl 1' Buf Gain Momentum . . . uv' 49, 'ff ,M , n -V fy 1 13' A iv 51 - w n M . JIMMY GRIITITITH GENE BEST SCYUIHV N.m.14QL1' fllllfdl' Foruwrd ' 'X X Joe Dove of Pasadena slats at Franklin .As he Vlaye one eff' PRED CUYI HIIQR the boards. ,wp .Al ..3' JAMES SHARP flllijfff Gllelfd SL lllffl C4 um r rg X Annn f The four graduating Seniwrs un this ye.1r's team gather with their coach, Pete Pense. Left tu rnglmtz Fred Clothier, jack Keever, George Albers, and Xvnodrow Dnfman. , 255 256 ff and Rush fo the Championship Wmmgwlen gum high for .1 Shut whilc Huhlu. Wbwds, .xml D.mx form a defensive fl'i.ll"lglL' for Phlytmvn, , as I . o-0 XYOODRUXY' DORMAN SL Ulffl' FM' Z! .HJ JOHN NORRIS ffmfffz Glmazj lltfl 'HXXA r-wa' NX ,IALK KfflfVlfR Sbfffffu' G'n,1nf VU-f I"WV-1111! Nlumlx funn tfn Nw' llrlmx lim Ill lin lin Illllltlllf lm 1 ' ' '. Ig. c, .ls .lll m crtlmx' Too Lltc Kunlccxicll .md Rukuff of Lmlwstun .lttcmpt to lwlmk George Albers closc-in shot. DIAMEE LAbALLE 'Infrnfr F4-izmnd ,TOI-IX DOMIXCJIfIi Izw-1 xi"'7"E' f mio i .if,..,4 f best drixes inside Pollmci' Frcmh to sink a lay-up in a 1 district game. of Disfricf 8-4A P I' I , x --L, of 'XM 5 - Nliiiitlix rlx iigmn .ix Qmiiggi- Alluu Jin-px in .in easy s N-J 1 41 'rr :J .2 , YHQDMAN 'l'AHANIfY flzwffi I-fffzzxmf fP'h 224, 2 22 "' f .,,, i Gripping the ball arc flcft ti: rightj C.lI'I1lii liwuwsgixml, Sivpliiilwwrilw, and Sted Tahlne james LaSalle. and johnny Norris. junifirs. TJ's Track Team ls Possibly the Best in 8-4A TRACK EVENTS Border OlynTpicseMarch 9 and 10 Baytown Relays-March 16 Cameran Relays-March 24 Deraltl Turner. -I-,vnnny XX Jlker. Dm Kirkixitritk, Manuel nlimmes, and Alfred Hebertgliixc Houston Relays-March 29 Texas RelaysfApril 5-6 District Meet-April 15 Regional Meet-April 20 Purple Relays-April 27 State Meet-May 2-3 of Port Arthurs best who hetanxe state truss-iountry champs. Arms askevs. Danny XY'illigin'.s lesys high ind fu is lJl'nlli5" Pierte, -lurk Ruins .ind Al Dutote k I. EHTLLIP PIERCE watCh. fi ff : ray, n,,,v yy' 4 ARCHIE SMITH YM, Jfgr Muggulaf Rig!-,ard Darrel heaves the twelve pound shot Domingue clears the bar at 5'7" while Coach Cornelius watches and ringed by five close observers, john Piggott, Ercil Owen, Bionic Martinez, and Louis Moos await their turn. 259 These Tracksfers Gave Hopes for Sfafe Championship f v myaw ' oi 3 ... A .l ,Iv V, , .M 'Ky U ., 45 yy , wif? sz S - , vm- I ff ,M The dismnce .mil i'cl.iy runm-is spccil iiimmnil .i turn: Dm Kii'kp.itmk, un thu mitsiilc. YI. XY, Storey. ,Iol1nnyXY'.1lkci'. 'Inn Shuuk, Doug Hilriingtun, .mil Aulmiu Smith. x T4 " i . Q X 'K-Q ' - we - , ' Y ' l ,M 4 . ' fe - H .W , .av f.. N I . ,., ,,. 2, ' ' " . i I I is M m ........ . .ai -'Q A--' I l i I Sw W"VlA:d'-, ,Ji.x7.,,, .IZ I :f rm A HM A I I N I-,Will 'fl - ' N' 'V 'V"V' V' V ,f f ' ,Jr .- H l Y .AAI J" 'fi f':f":' R 1 'N - Simultaneously clearing thu high huixllcs .irc llIL'ULll'Ll Culxin, Austin Gonsoulin, and Liirry Cllnmpagnc. 7 z.4 ,. -w Loosuning up with .1 fmt lap .irc Phillip Picuc. Doug H.1ri'in ton, Al Duwtw. .mil Dan XY'illi.uns. 2 I 2 ' r' s -Q numb., .N i X, I , i .. r 2 ,Wi k , . M xx h 3 -s.,5.... ' . K".-+-J.w"" 's'f, 1. i .. ., N Q xx X , if - -A ss i af, h lxftlialnilcll -Iirnmy I..inLli'ulu .uma tm' thc I-IU in.1i'k with ills ffixiig Fleming qhcili his furimw. 260 ' fum. Cimclm hlums. Riclmrd Dartez, and An Early Good Sfarf Increased School's Assurance of Good Team vm, 1 jg Q Kenneth Bargenner. -luninr. leaps from the scralfch mark as flNet1'.lcliSfel'S kneel and Watch. l r. 45' , ,, gym wif V ,,.,-"' I von 115.1060 5 X QUIRTER 1 Q PORT RTHUI ' ' rr ,srr VFSVOR5 'L r X HIIUIL we r r L they A ' I W W Up and mer? -lulrus Leny 'adults Mlrlle Charles Xlhllzrne Three clash men wrrrrn up for an early season meet- son and Orvie Young match the lmr Danny Wfilliams, Doug Harrington and Phillip Pierce. Z The 1956 Yellow Jacket Track Team, coached by Wayne Cornelius and Bentley -Innes. 26I Baseball Champs Planned fo Repeat HW' I e . . wfva X Clfl S ' , N f x 1 Tlvree-Ye.zr .ill-DUlrh't llulllllbl BOBBY COPPLE HANK XYAINXYRILQHT flll-l7ull.'1'! L'1,'f'.'h l gg. ' L' i PU vPU rpa SWPU T BOBBY COPPLE JOHNNY MASSEY JOHNNY NORRIS Swim' Swim' -In f,', hw- 1l,, , 51" l . B l' l l" PU T - p n o 55 'I ,T RT UP HRT uag N W , N M- -ff' ir., I .ii A ' ..'f f ' 12 ,V 4 ,- - ' a -"1V' ' N-'4 'Y These four picked up puinturs from thc new Ycllow ,lmkct uuulm, -lulm Sllcltml, ,l'llL'Y ure: IQIIHCS ,l1LIl'1WlD, .lohnny 1NfI.1sacy, StwcSn1itl1, 1ll'lLl Hunk XV.1imx'1'igl1t. D 262 Seasoned Players Mode Prospects Good I X X Y 5 XXX wx- is Xffsfsxx I K s N B N .XSSSN x xx? Q ,W .Q 'ff mf N I -Xlf-NMQN .X I X . N . A s , 'N X X s K . X I xx . .seo , g X 1 I h IX ISGS I N ., I " I I .'4 Q a, , 7 , N-ff" . if X: Q -...ps-ll" ,Y ,- X- 5 I-G31 1. - .' ' - -, T? fag: Rf" v ' ' w - in , 'v L . ,. ,. W . .Jr .-., , ,. 4..J, -we 142' . I '-:sf -'V-F'-'lk ,nn Vw Q..-. .- Q- l N1 s, ' NJ' ,."'?-7-I' S I-'FQ li.,-D 1 lun: B.. L -IASIKX AIYRPIX 'vo 115 1-A 1-37 Q-1 BOBBY XVALKER .'lIf-Dwlffff' C.IfL'l7cl' r 417 ll nga' ' X in - ,II I Pe X w r INIAIUR RISINCI l5Il.l. XXII I ll LIQUN XMl'l'H S'l'lZVli SMITH DIAINIES TURPIN Stfilfff Sw.: f 5Lf,'."fI Sulffff' Sturm: -.- ' I I A , , fx f , I If I l Albert Urbina is out at second base as Johnny Massey fllps the ball MAFIOR RISING, flllADfllm'r to Steve Smith. W , Baseball Fans Saw Team in Action b 1 'ttf rg Afllf' XAR ,,,,..,-I-' ? Aki- I .,,., as ii -3 -N ,f , X X N Q4 'ix' A ji xi-. .WW ,, lit . 't X " HQ l Qi? ' 411f 'i l" 1s', "'. 4,-,., .-,, , 'J 'lf' :il Alton Vlfolf, Billy Smith, I..1i'i'y Bucs, Btihhy Lupplu, Lmlwimv Marino, Leon Smith, Johnny Noir correct bunting tethniquc. f Pl Q l l f ,ff ' Q YK, P 1 3 Q1 . 139 W -1 KW is wiltch JS Ckillkll Sltultun slwwx fm-. ,. W. 1:-..i,. A 5 fffffw ' ' A . fum v,.,.,,v' .V l 5 I WK ' ,il A ' lk, 3 u My if "' '17 f i ' Wd 33 ALBERT URBINA ILIANK XWAINVURIGHT' BOBBY XVALKIER Senior Senior Sulfur 4 ii '-' l .,.f 7 'Wi .lll , , . i Z llll R X IE T it th T it ' ART "Q, l K t i ,. TQ-rx , ll V I , ., ., t fi V V - X 1. 1 : I , 1,y 4 i X 1, 15' A fl , ,- A ' 'll ,,1,,. M R l v l R sl Outficldcrs Alhi-it Urbina, Major Rising, unil Billy Bnugus pix-piiim' talks lu thc cvutficltl. 264 aia ,V .A wg, f mf ff? ' f' 'V 5 '3 Stew Smith l'L'lLII'l'1S .at scwnil lmsc. 'X 'V in B 1 'rig' , 5 ix up K wav ,L I, ' x J' ALTON NYOLIT RONAID XYILLIAMS SNIUUI' 'I I.lHfc'l'-lll.lll.lAQc'l' ff . , ,. I H T .X W I i A X ,, Ronnie lStitkyJ XY'iIli.1ms shows new conclm, John Shelton, giruund thc ticlil. fl, ,Y A . f'2:rrffwf'ir e- r "f 1" ' N ' W .-,-- " 'M . .gang - :Eiga-' + W- , r NX .,, ,, vii. 'lik " ,lei Av 64, .14 QT NV D f -. K X 1 'io- . . A . If .. M' M' l Torx' Y . Abu :W ,rzgfii f un, 4 .'-Q' Johnny Massey stop. , :MI if V V C ,' V' ,M ,. -r ,nf x Y ., ' J 5 A 7 3 4 I ,. 4 'la iw z 5 5 tl, 59 F f 2 Z , - . V-ISE!! VT I- rerurm fur his secrrnd year at short' Orme on please . . SCHEDULE FOR 1956 l!"rz1-122-fp Gamer l2fFfL'DLh, Here March 19-Port Neehes, Here 17gPort Neehes, There 25-Orange. There 20-South Park, There 26ePorr Neehes. There 2-THOFJDQC, Here 29eQrange, Here 274BC3LlIUOHf, There Dfelmm' Srlvednfe M.1y 1-French, There Aprrl 6fOr.rn,Ue. There 5-Port Neehes, Here 10-Beaumont, Here 8-South Park, Here TEAM GF 1956 l f Y .t e 'V URf' 9f Wa! 1 2 ' N BEM 265 i ss Q INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS ':t.:sqx..-s:,,.3:5:, OA fwbvim jfxw-x-5-f - , S i .32 x fy iw., 'MQ' Nw ' is F . CLASS "A"-First row, left to right: Stew- Smith, Billy Fniugus, vlohnnv N.isst'v, Buhhv Lwpplv S6COnd row: Ronnie McCloud, Dcnnis XY'hitc. 'l'hii'ti row: Hank XY'.iinwi'ight, Altrctl XYiilf. 1 hitr.uuur.il sports .irc pupul.ir with boys' gym rl.isscs. Tilt' LWOXS JPL' LiiYitiL'Li into groups .1CL'Ol'Li- ing to their iritiiviti- u.ii .ihilitirs Bath group h.is pl.ii-offs with otht-rs, .mini thost' who t.ikr' p.1rt wiii lcttcrs, points, .uni swt'.itt'rs during tht- YL'.1i'. Q i I r , V 4 . Q. K .,...,.,.,,xs it N,?qxf.7 5 t i 3 : ix X M 4 N ' "'-if 'rs 6' X L K: " wr --.tu .5 H 1- ,. was ,Y - ' .1 W i QQ itwx x N Q "' f' V Nw- " . g J' A Q .N "7 S X 'H 5- 51 jf ,Z ., ' - ' V, 5.5 ss Ni W ss' .. ' 'M . -X .,-Q "KM . X CLASS "B"-First row, loft to right: -Lick Goff, Billy lr.iiirt'nts, Altiiui Smith, Svruiiti row: Cuil Russo, Clyde Owens. Abscnt' Ogden XY'v.ixci', Slit-lhv NY.iIkt'i'. wgiw Tw? N .,,, g Q, 1, NNRQQE CLASS "C"-First row, lr-tit to right: Artic 'l'lwi'iituii, lftlwniml l.inilgrt'ii, Cliiirlus XY'i1tkins. Suroiiti row: Cecil Wfilliaiiiis, Pt-tc Ai'iiuti.i. Ahsvnt: lforim-st Singh-t .ii'y. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS "'..".T K mas Q..- Ar it . . t as ,S . ..- Qxmi- "f'3' A r.:,., wi? f-f ,, 7 , 13 7' 5 ff ,f ,go ff Z jf 37217 Y f',!i45 f f f fy iff? , 5 Q Y: ff! 4 af : -' f MM? . kt,- ,-Q N fb R s e In at ii K LLASS "A"-Lett to ngnt: Hut nm: Larry Bucs, Absent: -hmci Turpin. Btlly Baugus. jerry Philmun. 7? .ugng 7 1 1 fg,.pi-Q A A'AA X 4 Mm 1" W7 'GX 3 '22 ig, x f ,N i Ax , M an I K Y A1 I. Aff" my H " ' 3 2 'V i 1 Z: if: -1 3 ul 5 V512-A fs? WW W1 f ' 3 ,421 1 Q 'V W'7'1'wQ6,'i 12,1 pfifzm jnlwnny Musay, Stew Snnthx Albert L'rbin.1. H- CLASS "B -Luft tn 112111 Vnwt nf '.', Ltnry Bttluun, C,.1lxin S1ntl.1n', -lim Bwwnc, Curl Mtliurnctt. Anthnny Dngllf - 1 N. A , -I1 i l H : H . 'f . t I I , iigg e l A 5 L rn' - - jr, 5 Q., in A ' A fig, -fi . AA ' f 4 A L . f - - A if . " A ' , J., A., , M 1- Q , X 31 M' LA A if 1 2:34. 'Qt A Q i f r , Lf' .Em f f- A :af L if "4 ffvf V Lf, , f V 17, 'A' A A 'A "ff, w 6 t,, if ,2w.,,,,f 5, ,L W A - Al ,B -my M 5- ' 1 f V 'Kr' I if F G' I 3 77 , ,gg 1 fl Wi, , f I Wyw 1 , Q., I, , gQ5j,l,,, .QQ HJ mil' ' f L. in Q Q 1 A A .fm ,f CLASS "C"-Left tu right: Pint ww: Kenneth Hurn, XXfclborn -Innes, David Einchblatt, Edward Lindgren. Second row: Larry Guidry, john MnMahon, Lennrd Ransonette. mnfQM,.x., 5 . . , . R Q' 'FWQ1 X ' . Q-,qw 5 vm? ..--2 "" V- -.....1. .Ji 'ff m "5 Z, Umg.-.-.Eff '. ,ZLL 1 , ... . .J ' s i' tif! ,1k1.L,1f55U'X! ,tts ,, y ' i n Y i 44 The efforts of parents and friends are exhibited in the industrial might of our home City. Here lies the future for many of us, and a good future it promises to he. In the dim shadows, we may see our own faces reflected, for we are inheritors of their places of leadership. Q ff R 'W Rf Rf-M cm pdf f44ff4Q AyLQfffAuiD6RKHm5f2Zf TQQ? -ffkf Rgiiisyfif Cgz1AMfRf,f2QMTTEL44,f6QMMQ5MRRRn TTT PW 7 0 ygiifxif V 77 ZZ? ,AVV If Z Ziff," 7 ff-ff 0 Q of Qfzjjij X V T. T ' . , ' Z 6,61 Ji! X fi ' 4 WU l fawicyff cf yQRQ'ffL4Aq 0 W7 ffgff if fff-aff Q ! ' .- . AA,... X - ,f ', 7, 4 fgf ,dm 7 Aff! 'Z' , 5 f , f f X 4' J 25,4462 fffiffff fy if RW, M fr, ' "'V, 1 I C, !6ffzAc,Rfl,:.p4f6:l'3'C .. 1 HAM PTQN' Li CQ T QSQ M I B --5 M , ,.VA 7 125-K 435 if+h 'Z ' 2,0 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS 7 GULF PORT ARTHUR FLOWERS SUPPLY co. F' C' U' VERNON FLOWERS, Owner i 4 Hea'ring and Cooling SpeciaIis+s II!! If I J 630-7'rI1 S+ree+ Phone YUIcon 3-4572 A Coopera'I'ive Savings PORT ARTHUR' TEXAS and Loan Associafion for Wall and Floor Furnaces GULF OIL AHFC Fans Corporafion Employees CenIraI I-Ieanng 649 SIXTH STREET Phone YU 3-365I AIR CONDITIONING SOUTHERN UNION GAS EED DACE ITH THE MODERN TREND. Loon TO NATURAL GAS Fon me Mosr Aovmceo - J ACHIEVEMENTS IN COOKING vzepmczewmon Il ' G WATER HEATING House HEATING AND Q cooumo , lj in DZEVQLOTHES DRYINQ INQINERATION Southen-4R1 lInion Gas KlLFlN ?HWliY jf U 27I BEST WISHES fo fhe cLAss or 'ss BEAUMONT'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE 9 f ' is , Docfor-Lawyer-Mercl'1anI'-Chief Whafever profession or iob you choose you'll find America's 6 free enferprise sysfem offers ever-growing opporfunifies and rewards for successful accom- . plishmenfs. ' if -1- WX' 1 I v. I ' f is 'I 23. 0 K I 5 J . v61 ' f 'e 'a You'lI also find Reddy Kilo- waff power an able helper-a parfner working for BeI'I'er Liv- ing for America. GULF STATES UTILITIES COMPANY 'SI 's Rx Ti 'A A fi' C Pvc' 5 s .v 4'- 1 Ig 4 KINGS PHARMACY THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 3046 Proc'rer Porf Arfhur, Texas Phone YU 3-4547 O KING'S PHARMACY 2349 Procfer Sf. PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Phone YU 3-4545 FAST DELIVERY SERVICE K CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS MCDEL GROCERY CRAIG sTEvENsoN AND MARKET INSURANCE 3026 Prodor Phone YU 5-9383 425 6+h Sfreei' ' 5.3 .,, P. O. Box 909 . Y A . xx PORT ARTHUR 'Gi' ET TEXAS GRAMMIER-OBERLE FUNERAL HOME 1 xv We E ' ..-1 m Y. R ei . : A . ,Q . , xxx I KH Q . .N .N- X. - FOSTER BROTHERS LUMBER 81 SUPPLY CO. Headquarfers for AII I J Your Building Needs .Q w 4 2 PHONE YU 3-4:00 Rh I N 5' I I B 'ig' .IMI 1 'L If ' f I N f Nexi' Io Yellow Jaclcei' A 'f I I S'radium ...aff f f A y N XXJ I948 STADIUM ROAD 2500-2520 Procfer DIAL Phone Yu 3-663I-3-3 Complimenls of DON HENDRYX D. W. CUDD DON HENDRYX AND COMPANY Insurance-Bonds Home Loans Medical Bldg. DIAL YU 4-2568 LEROY BROUSSARD. SR Building Conlracior Commercial-Indusirial Residenfial REPAIRS REMODELING Dial Yulcon 3-4705 2600-23rd Is+. I. IU' JF 'Il Lf , ,I 'LI LJ , , I ff I IM I I V I IJ' I I I , I I' L, 'UCI Xe- II I I Lf ,I I f I I A 1 'N I " I I I E. I ,I+ I It II' J, , I I I 4 I IQ? , Q, my NUSIIIIIDI' J P6r+UIAIT'II1ur'S LeadIng I XII! . 'IT . I ,U N o IQ II I II'-L I ,P QUIT S'ra+IonS .OJ E U .C Iv, 1 UI wk K - An I IT I I. ,III I L I , - , LL 'l I ,- fix ' rx IWI A S -'SLU-EJIQQLAMO SERVICE STATION ' L A' ,Qfg1I"j 70I Housfon Ave. CITY STORAGE AND SERVICE 549 Waco Ave. DUBOSE SERVICE STATION 2549 I6'rI1 Sfreei' LYDAY'S SERVICE STATION 500 7+I1 S'I'ree'I' McDANIEI.'S SERVICE STATION I400 I6I'I'I SI'ree+ PERKIN'S SERVICE STATION l045 Sfadium Road WV I RWWUS SERVICE STATION ' I70I Woodwor+I1 Blvd. M I IWIIQOY ALBERT SERVICE STARION MM 2601 Pf '-. X II ffl' AWQTAITIIAIEMJLIIII ggfgvyw DJ DRE IIIINIEZI I QLQIIWR CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Remember Vegif +oo Soon ali' UncI 'I'oo Laie Schmor+ WHITE GAS BuI'ane Appliances and NaI'uraI Gas I200 I6+h S+ree+ Phone YU 2-6489 PORT ARTHUR TEXAS PLESSAI.A'S GROCERY 8: MARKET No. I-649 I6+h Phone YU 5-5503 No. 2-l6O0 I6I'I1 Phone YU 5-9303 PHARMACY I6+h-Phone YU 3- I 65I WAK-UP YOUR TASTE WITH rlfeppe 2036 BIue Bonne+ Phone YU 2-547I AIso MASON'S ROOT BEER SUN-CREST ORANGE SUN-CREST STRAWBERRY NU-GRAPE XKJYW Congralulaiions Seniors Class of '56 ELLEREE BROTHERS ZIOO Fif+l1 Avenue PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Serving +l1e Oil and Chemical lnclusfry Wifh Fabric:a+ecl S+eel Consfrucfion Tank Repairs and New Tanks ELLERBEE BROTHERS 2IOI Fifflm Avenue Por? Ar+l'iur, Texas PHONE YU 2-6424 CUSTOM TAILORED SUITS Guaran+eed Al+era'rions Hand Tailored Shir+s ANAWATY'S Clorhes Thai' Fi? Phone YU 3-3727 4Il Ausfin Ave. PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS :gtg :.fs-3 gf . PORT ARTHUR Four+i1 S+ eef and Ho sfon Ave 4 PNQTHUIQ 7,6 Posr OFFICE BOX 648 Z TQ ew MARINE ENGINEERING WORK Q- ' -F ENGINE SHIP REPAIR FACILITY Serving 'rhe Marine Trade in fhe Sabine Area 39 Years "WE'VE GROWN WITH SHIPS" W.O. NELSON S ole Owner PORT ARTHUR TEXAS DiaI YU 4-44I6 I248 9+I1 Avenue ZZ LANDSCAPE SERVICE COMPLETE LINE NURSERY STOCK GARDEN SUPPLIES Insec+icides and Fer+iIizers We SpeciaIize In Azaleas and CameIIias EAGLESON NURSERY 'E 17'-QQ' 23852 mgl u I 'val' i"T' ' , vi 'fvl"" 'L ' .3 I 5 n ... n r 5Q:-.-.ff COMPLIMENTS of BARNES FEED STORE 27I0 BIuebonne+ Phone YU 3-6605 I Congra+uIa+ions, Class of '56 HINOTE-- -- ELECTRIC - i COMPANY Dial YU 3-786I CARRIER RCOM CONDITIONERS EIec'rric Confracfors HOTPOINT APPLIANCES 3932 l6I'I1 Sfreei' P. O. Box 3036 Pori' Arfhur, Texas School Supplies HARRIS BOOK STORE 524 FifI'h SIree+ PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Phone YU 5-8023 WORTH'S CIoI'hing for Ihe Young Crowd PORT ARTHUR BEAUMONT TEXAS Phone YU 5-88OI LAUNDRY PLUMBING 81 APPLIANCE CO Samfahon Comfor+ and Safefy of I'he SIGNS DESIGNED AND BUILT LEBLANO SIGNS Truck LeHering-IIIumina+ecI Signs Sho-Cards-Windows-DispIays ReIIec'I'ive Signs-ReaI Esiafe Wood, MeIaI and PIasIic LeHers AII S+eeI Sign I?aneIs E. J- LEBLANC. JR- 344 Twelffh SIreeI Telephone 2-7I77 PORT ARTHUR TEXAS THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. of Texas Pain+s, Varnishes, Lacquers, Leads, Oils Enamels, Brushes and Pain+ers' Specialiies 4I6 FIFTH STREET PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS MEREDI'I'H'S Our Complimenfs +o The 7-H-I STREET UNION PEOPLE OF TOMORROW!!! CLEANERS OIL WORKERS Pick-Up and Delivery 2349 SevenI'h S+. Phone YU 5-99II PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Loca' NO- 23 20I PROCTOR PORT ARTHUR ,E ' E x C. . 'gig K Tix I f ff Jjf A . K Ax gi F ""I?- gliri Q QE"-gi ' , E' i ii-.-" -5' 2 ' A. LOUVIER FURNITURE Your WhirIpooI Dealer CompIe+e Home Furnishings and Appliances COMPARE VALUES 840 7I'h S+ree+ Phone YU 5-77I3 PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS KIP'S ELF ERVICE Shori Orders Sea Food, Sundaes ANY ORDER BOXED TO GO Phone YU 2-024I 3448 l6+h Sl. When in Ihe Mood for Fine FOOD BLUE BONNET MATTRESS CO. Blue Bonnef, home of qualily bedding, will build you a KING SIZE bed Ihal cosls no more +han slandard size beds a+ mosl places. BLUE BONNET will make deliveries and sel up KING SIZE beds in nearby lowns. STANDARD SIZE KING SIZE BEDS! Buy Direci From Faclory Foam Rubber or Innersprings Y I Mallresses O N Made N I 'ro xy. K-N y Order life X DESIRED KING SIZE ff-Z g 45 XXX Phone Us for Slipcovers, Drapes, Bedspreads Headboards, Sierilizing, Box Springs, Upholslering II48 Houslon Ave. Slumber N b QUALITY BEDDING YUUQTQQ 282 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS O. ROMERO FANCY GROCERIES AND MEATS Dial YU 2-4523 3400 I6+I-I S+. PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS FOURNET'S MEN'S WEAR BARBARA BOERSMAN EAGLE CLQTHE5 OF DANCING DONRICHARDS CLOTHES TAP TOE KNOX HATS BALLET VANHEUSEN SHIRTS BATON TWIRLING-ACROBATIC 'I' MARLBORO SPORTSWEAR MODERN JAZZ-ADAGIO BOSTONIAN SHOES Member of 'I' SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES Dance Masfers of America and fhe Dance Educafors of America 735 Proc+er Sfreei' 2849-7+h S+, Phone YU 5-8032 Phqne YU 2-45I I U2 I s W Wa I ji lk! Eg-Mfg: 1 If ffv MODEL SANDWICH SHOP Where AII The Young Crowd Goes 3022 Procfer PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Phone YU 3-9700 Qualified and Bonded To The S+a're of Texas FINANCE SERVICE Drive-Up Loans Q I S --1 5 ' 300 FIFTH STREET Dial YU 3-33II A-'sz X 49, fa 1 1 I I I Iii I W X Q Rx -Qi , . . I ' . . A lun PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS 4 fi JEFFERSCN w,,UQ WINDQW CLEANING FLOOR WAXING A Residen'riaI and Commercial M ALL KINDS OF HOUSES P . Box 543 Phone 284 PorI' Ar+hur, Texas YU 5-23II .-:,eQ.gNIf, ,E Y ,ISXQINE TOWING c:oMPANY, INC. ' I X J K! ,III If of We VIII! ' X I kj IX , I if CWA My ' B I A 1 I , up r ' 4, 5 IA f Q-""fL"'7- ' I LIL' '53 ,,g5'fE?'T?ji'I e 2211- I ,U H "::':"f""E ' f f I i w E' -ef ' I x - I ' f' "' A 313 ' -I ,N "G . e'e XV CCEAN coAsTwlsE HARBoR CANAL TOWING Box I500 Por? Ar+hur, Texas Phone YU 3-6666 CongraI'uIa'rions 4 I Seniors I I Tom DENNIS K SPORTING GOODS The Einesf in A+hIeI'ic Equipmen'r and Sporfing Goods ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT VOIT Dis'rribu+ors for Trophies SPALDING GIHS RAWLING Toys WILSON CONGRATULATIONS an BEST WISHES You May Be Sure When You Insure WIII1 One of Ihe Following Members of Ihe PORT ARTHUR INSURANCE EXCHANGE Represen+ing Capifal Sfock Companies E. BAKER INSURANCE COMPANY N. M. BARRIER INSURANCE RALPH E. BURCH CLIFF BYRD INS. AGENCY CARL CARTER INS. AGENCY EDDINGSTON 81 WHELESS JOE S. FORMAGUS DON HENDRYX 81 COMPANY CLAUDE HOLMES INS. AGENCY HOME INSURANCE AGENCY KING INSURANCE AGENCY LANDRY 81 GIST INS. AGENCY JAMES L. LATIMER INSURANCE S. O. LATIMER INSURANCE LYLES-WILLIAMS INSURANCE H. O. MILLS INSURANCE MOREHEAD INSURANCE AGENCY V. E. LITTLE 81 COMPANY VEDON OTTO INSURANCE PORT ARTHUR'S INSURERS JULIAN SALTER COMPANY NICK SALEM 81 SON J. J. SALVERT AGENCY GEORGE L. SCULLY INSURANCE CRAIG STEVENSON INSURANCE TEXAS INSURANCE AGENCY THOMPSON 81 METCALF INS. AGENCY VAUGHAN 81 GILLMAN LEE WEATHERALL AGENCY WILLIAM WHITE INSURANCE VINCE J. SALVAGIO INS. AGENCY CHARLES M. WIESEN INS. AGENCY CompIimenI's of HOME INSURANCE AGENCY 4I0 Adams Bldg. Por'r ArI'hur, Texas PHONE 5-72I3 Insurance of AII Kinds me Mme fm INSURED 90 CIo+hinq, Ha+, Shoes McGreqor Sporfswear HOLLEY-ANDREWS INC. IQIII Earle B. I'IoIIey R. Roy Andrews DISTINCTIVE" MEN AND BOYS WEAR 640 Proc'I'er S+ree+ Por? Ar+hur, Texas Phone YU 5-47I6 f'N fro '1-4' 0 '99 HONEST BEN JEWELRY HAMILTON WATCHES GRUEN ELGIN BULOVA 33I Procfer Phone YU 5-5632 DRUG STORES X N X Besf Wishes, JACKETS COMPLIMENTS T. 8: F. BIGABURGER of +he 39I9 I6Ih S'I'. IP One-fourfh Pound Choice Beef A Iv1eaI for 35c lf' .I King Size MaI+s and Shakes 20c I , I ' PHONE YOUR ORDER IN ,ig ' WE WILL HAVE IT READY Q Phone YU 4-206I AS CROWN ,ffm 47' of ' of HAMBURGERS DRIVE INN I Wi+h All The :boo 9+h Avenue TRIMMINGS Phone YU 2-54II .,.q. XA .fff T EQ s sR I ,, I ,.w,,' ,weft--11-v"'F'i4". HS f i 5'-N I S - xi jr I I 'SDEPENDABLE A I R . ,, DRUGGIST Complimenfs of 1' ' PAT WOOD 288 "Your RexaII SIores" S+ore No. I 3648 I6'rh Sfreef Siore No. 2 260l 7+h S'rree+ Sfore No. 3 748 9+h Avenue 'ro l956 Graduaiesz May Your Gradua+ion Day Mark fhe Beginning of a Wonderful, New Life for You- Besf Wishes in All You Do. NUNNELLY STANLEY FUNERAL HOME l80l PROCTER Phone YU 5-5533 MRS. JOHN NUNNELLY GEORGE STANLEY L. A. MATHIS Rurus NUNEZ MATHIS AUTO SUPPLY GULF Complere Gulf Service I6TH ST. AND 9TH AVENUE Phone YU 3-644I SW W Qwff 'I S400 at JUDICE'S SUPERMARKET 3005 7TH STREET Where fhe Crazy Frenchman Saves You Money on Food VOTRE AMI-A. J. JUDICE, JR. Phone YU 2-3522 ATKINS 81 HOFFPAUIR Insurance 2OII Bluebonnei' Ave. Phone YU 3-064i PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS , nn- aamaww 1 ,mg 'A '-. 4 Q H Y 1 .J I PHILLIP FUSELIER ,1:g,3, fs "i Q ii Qi ii A M I 5 1 U, fl ' - , , E W r, MU'-KEY or , .-MW-H4 ' I V-4 .5 i is , , 4. ' A ' Prescriprion Pharmacy YOUR DEPENDABLE PHARMACIST , EE,, F iiiii Irfx Senior gzyfvf-,X 1. I I M N374 3 ' A .. g- J av- ,lj ,..,,, , , ,,.. ,.,.,N, .,.., in , if , ,PE """' . 5 ff ' A ,-..,.f.a,4asM.a,s f' 1 f G ,IQ r. 1 ' ' . fl? , fr' 7?7dZ1Ieff',.11T M- 1 , val WU '4' P fU , Q, Y, BOB SHAW Junior .M 1' ,, if mi A B DONNIE MARTIN Senior S+ore No. I 2827 Procier Dial YUkon 3-I666 Sfore No. 2 5600 39+i1 Sireef Dial WOocllawn 2-444l 'rrr.44f,,. I pusnmnou pm-ucv For 1'I'1e Young Lady REVLON, EVYAN, DOITQTI-IY GRAY For i'I1e Young Genfleman . . . OLD SPICE, KING'S MEN, SEAFORTH For Everyone . . . HANK SMITH I Senior v e K, """' PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY , I M' I V , 4 ., 1- - f , ' - ' Q . , . Z, if 3156, 5- X ' mi -f LQ ' 'I .jj , TOMMY SOLIS Junior AT ouR No. 2 STORE 3 I. 'I Pangburn's Candies, American Greefing Cards A Com Iefe Newssiand BILL WALTON P Senior X PORT ARTHUR TRANSIT LINES CORP. 1 ' v I " . . fr- I , mmf le? f x . 5 W1 I2 is! I S45 s..,,x'-1 7I5 HOUSTON AVE. Ride 'rhe Bus and Avoid I'I1e Fuss I-f IIJLI I ks .I,,IIS M, aH":5I'xoe Box Fine Shoes 'For Ladies and Lasses 6I2 PROCTER Phone YU 2-I85I CONGRATULATICNS Class of '56 I Q 1 1 FINEST AIN DATRY PRODUCTS PORT ARTHU R, TEXAS CHESSON'S SHEET METAL SHOP Residenfial and Commercial Y 199 ff: GUTTERS FLASHINGS n snsucs TANKS K X cANoP1es VENTS ' , ki- 3 ig' 5 Louveks AWNINGS and AIR CONDITIONING 546 9+h Ave. Phone YU 3-303I Phone YU 2'30'2 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Congra1'ula+ions Seniors YAKIE SUPPLY CO. Serving Sabine Area for 27 Years 225 AUSTIN AVE. Phone YU 5-4328 From lef+ To righ+ are: Carol Quinn, H53 Lou se Lalxie, H63 Jane Lacie, H45 and Lora Mae Bussey H43 buying cosmefics from lrma Jefer a'I': "SERVICE DRUG" ln,+l'1e Lobby of The Adams Bldg. GIESUN' NNW WM ,Qi ,. THOMPSON INSURANCE AGENCY Q C-Wefers W George L. fTommyT Thompson GENERAL INSURANCE "Where REAL ESTATE'LOAN5 Parficular People Buy" 52l Sixfh Sfreei'-Phone YU 2-8695 SI6 PROCTER YU 5-84B Pori' Arfhur, Texas blo S' + +h S+ Ph 29476 Compliment of IX een . One - C. H. "CHARLEY" BUY SELL OR TRADE ' Everybody's Sheriff AUTOMOBILES Porf Arrhur, Texas ALTON ANGELLE ROLAND ANGELLE 294 N. M. BARRIER CITY MATTRESS MFG. co. Real Estate Insurance Manufacturers of "SNOW QUEEN" MATTRESSES Snell Shopping Center JOHN E. SNELL 26Ol l6l'l'1 Street ALBERT M. ALBRIGHT YU 2-949I Phone Yu 2-942l ROY HAYES Realtor Home Builder 2940 COMMERCE PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS Congrafulafions, Class of '56 BOREL BROTHERS BODY SHOP 'wx ,P 4 E -U A Q J I TED M K ' .Qfkl Q : l PUT Q CFU? T ' T NYOU 'N 'N "D .... . ..,...., : ,,,,,-A 4 ,..O - .i,, ew C GOOD HANDS C , A Na a "" 'MI' 'X "k' X'X' ' A-'axe-wem.m .,q:.. 4 gl 260I Bluebonne+ l6+h and Bluebonnef Ph' YU 5-5329 Ph. YU 2-I95I Com plimenls O I2 5, LL H2 5 'Z 15, , IZ CZ of PRICE 8: CO. Wholesale Only CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO AND SUNDRIES SchrafHs Famous Candies Bracks Fancy Bag Candies 80I HOUSTON AVENUE YU 2-9494 R1 ft el slslwf ef? HX, 'lu-Q9 Ice Cream Novelfies ww : 9 ICE-ICE CREAM I3l0 7'rh Sfreef 1 I-5' Phone YU 5-744l .M aw - 1 4 f N ,2 Xa A " sf PI I W- 1. 1 - ' 'C .4 a iimmplilflu Q R aw .B wr mu-w as H., sf K ,,h m- S". ' gm 296 All Worlc Guaranfeecl BONEAU'S RADIO SERVICE 24I5 l6+h S+. Dial Yu-5-7220 D. J. BONEAU Res. Ph. Yu-2-4645 A. S. BONEAU Res. Ph. Yu-3-2 l4I EL CHARRO RESTAURANT Specializing in Mexican Food l8l4 Houslon Ave. Ph. Yu 2-O04l GOOD HARDWARE Since l93l DRAGO HARDWARE CO. 630- 32 Hous+on Ave. YU-55527 PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS Wholesale - Refail Hardware lnduslrial and Marine Supplies TWO STORES 630 Houslon Ave. 7l6 Ninfh Ave. ' SCESITII Iogsj QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS RICE STUDIO Professional Photography DIAL 5-sou FOR APPOINTMENT In 'I' FAMILY GROUPS 'I' PORTRAITS 'I' COLOR 'I' BABIES Call YUk0n 5-9338 'I' PARTIES 'I' WEDDINGS for COURTEOUS HOME DELIVERY Por? ArIhur, Texas ZOI9 Procfer SIreeI Congrafulaiions PRESCRIPTION CIGSS of '56 PHARMACY No. I-6OI 5I'h S+reeI' Ph. YU 3-27II No. 2-2048 9Ih Ave. Ph. YU 2-9408 298 ANNABELL TAYLOR School of Dancing 3314 l6+h s+ree+ YU 3-766l ffbi F E filmllvnn alwga - GlEFORD'S DOWNTOWN is GIFFORDS MODERN AMERI GIFFORDS GROVES localed + lo.ca'l'ed af 748 Houslon Avenue, CAN SHOP I928 Nnlh Ave ue 432 Lncoln Avenue Goves dual YUlxon 5-7447. dial YUko 2 7801 ex ph e WOodla n 2 Good Jobs Available Now Prepare Yourself al' PORT ARTHUR COLLEGE Secre+arial, S+enographic, Accoun+ing, Of fice Clerk, Office Machines, Bookkeeping Business. Comp+ome+er, Keypunch. Heavy demand for Radio and TV Technicians On-The-job Training a+ KPAC NEW COURSES STARTED MONTHLY Free Placemen+ Service FRANK CAZAUZ GROCERY AND MARKET MEA 4,55 zsoo new S+. ,Zell 6657 Phone YU 2 75" W- N famed! new V i , -- W 299 L LAKEVIEW CLEANERS Highesi Qualify Dry Cleaning and Laundry Service 549 STADIUM RD. PI1one YU 2-2 I 64 .L E, Al., ' J, 49 , la ,"A 'I' ' uf f"' 7 X ' X fl ZZL 5 gf, COMPI-IMENT5 OF BEAUMONT LAKE CHARLES Your ORANGE ALEXANDRIA CONSTABLE O'NEIL PROVOST Phone YU 2-3386 Com Iimenis Io Class P X f of '56 4733 N f fi I Home of Gem Ligh+ Diamonds E.. COMPLETE SILVER DINING f Z I 543 Procier YU 3-562I , If! I GEM JEWELERS CompIimenI's of PORT ARTHUR AUTHORIZED AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION BAKER-JENKINS, LTD. INMAN CHEVROLET COMPANY KLEAS-LATHAM MOTOR COMPANY LINN MOTOR COMPANY INGLE MOTOR COMPANY OWENS MOTORS, INC. SMITH-MAY MOTOR COMPANY GEORGE SPIKER MOTOR TAYLOR MOTORS CLEGG MOTORS MII IIIMIINNIIII .. U I v I MW II QI I I Qont Uqfztlzur efumfvefzk enI pq ci I N10 Q IZZZQIIIIISIII If I IW ofzt 'li exas U , O ', U 'I f 71 f I IW I III MV 'M CI IQ f f C24 LL' A I If MII' I I I 3 If-I f' Q A I I fIf 3 5 f Z3 I 54 SAR day I Xjlwfj ,SJ I I J ,J xe cre I ' if J! A 52 Xfifij CompIImen+s of MIL QM f fQ fn 'QI ENTRAL LUMBER 3. ROOFING co. 'ILISIC S. :TI TA 6 , ,f 'IIVJ L' I .A ,S C CRENSHAW SUPPLY XII iJ f M ff 25 FIRST LUMBER STORE L if jf? I Ki FLECKMAN LUMBER co. 3,9 QV f .S G-RIFFING LUMBER co. giffg JEFFCQ LUMBER co. I?-Q17 A J LEWIS LUMBER co. 2Q4 5 34?nM 2 '45 4 -1 16i,S CD? fl I M 302 MARTIN LUMBER CORPORATION NOAH LUMBER 81 MATERIALS, INC. NORTHSIDE LUMBER CO. PORT ARTHUR LUMBER CO. PORT ARTHUR PLANING MILL CO. B. WYDE LUMBER CO. BUILDERS' LUMBER CO. The End of Learning ls to Know God -MILTON Congratulations, Class of T956 From TRHHTY'LUTHERAN CHURCH AND SCHOOL C2 .Hx , WS -k ' J ,Q a E A Q f X, sg' lv- ,S C L , I A 1 N 1 f . , l -1:1 ' ' 1 tx v XX. 'FT Pg 5,915 0 . VICTOR BUVINGHAUSEN, Pastor HERMAN SCHAEFER, Principal W. DOMASCHK f AGENCY if Ev PL Real Estate- Insurance Mortgage Loans General Insurance GJ. and F.H.A. Loans 2703 l61'h St. Dial YU 2-933I P. O. BOX IOO6 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Www ln Fashion, Quality and Fit GUARANTEE SHOE STORE 545 Procter Ph. YU 5-802l Cleaners of . . . DELICATE FABRICS We Are Specialisls in Ihe Careful Cleaning of Ladies' Fine Garmenls Ci+y-Wide Pick-Up and Delivery Thorough - Fine Worlcmanship 2749 I6I'h S+. Dial YU 3-6942 'I' CLEANING 4 PRESSING "' ALTERATIONS "' REPAIRS AII Work Done Under Our Personal Supervision IDEAL CLEANERS AUGUST MILLER AND SONS II48 7+h SI'reeI' POWER MOWER HEADQUARTERS FOR SOUTHWEST TEXAS "' JACOBSEN POWER MOWERS 'I' WHIRLWIND 'I' WORTHINGTON "' COOPER "' SCHWINN BICYCLES "' SYLVANIA TELEVISION GULFPORT MJD SHIPBUILDING IJ' SAVE CORPORATION ew I 'MA' PLETTMAN's On 'rhe Highway +o Ihe Sea" Congra+uIa+ions YELLOWJACKETS Por'r Arrhur, Texas Guaran'reecI Lowesf Everday Prices in Ihe Ci'ry AII Adverfisecl Specials Are Good af PIeHman's EVERYTHING TO EAT ALL ONE BILL We Scllcii and Appreciale Your Charge Accouni' FRFE PARKING LOT 630 Proc+Or S+ree+ Phone YU 5-886I hi EJ GOOD Drink COCA-CO LA BoHled Under Au'rhori+y OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY by PORT ARTHUR COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO REG. U. S. PAY. OFF, FOOO STORE FOOD MARKET 848 Housfon Avenue I T5 f ?jl""""'1 , N as EA IIII? p N' 4 ' 'Z -'E - 'L f' M T ,IMSXIIX 2 12.24 V565 Q 2 LOWEST OROI , and I PRICES W I mt LJ X O 1- HOUSE OF FINE FOODS Q7 if ' + FRESH VEGETABLES R If QUALITY MEATS MFZFSDGSDCZD 3200 I6+h S+ree+ YOUR MONEY Phone YU 2-3922 --FAITH TO YOUR TRUST" Q Fw JR CLAYTON 81 THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME you CAN REM Burial Insura e 2I05 Proc+er Complimems of DISMU KES CO. Dial YU 5-555I FURNITURE AIR CONDITIONED APPLIANCES PLUMBING 428 Waco Avenue 306 VAUGHAN AND GILLMAN If H"s Insurance . . . We Insure I+. BONDS -INSURANCE 406 Adams BIcIg. Por+ Arfhur, Texas Phone YU 4-4722 IIOO 9+h Ave. KAINER MEMORIALS Builders of Markers Monumenfs and Mausoleums WINNSBORS BLUE AND SELECT BARRE GRANITE W If fx 'T 5 gud X 1 of t Q , SAM X7 IR Tk- 9 6 and f . 444 N-X Azz 'f Scwe ' Q az MURPHY'S CAKE SPENCE BATTERY SHOP Phone YU 3-4506 ELECTRICAL COMPANY Genuine EIec+ricaI Par+s 32I SEVENTH STREET Phone YU 3-4522 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS 3442 I6+h S+ree'r FINE CAKES, PASTRIES COOKIES, ROLLS ancI SPECIAL BREADS 307 308 For Comfor+-For Durabilify MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE For s+yle HEBERT'S ORNAMENTAL PORT ARTHUR IRON WORK FURNITURE 81 I "EEE, , X, RENE HEBERT, Proprieior Residence PHONE YU 2-2992 Business Phone YU 2-27II 6320 ORANGE HIGHWAY PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS APPLIANCE CO. Phone YU 3-3396 ,.1 .1,: izzz. 2 5222251g:g5,5?:5:5gE:E:F 7 'ffff f T0 I 3IOO Six'reen+h S+reeI' Porf ArI'I'uur, Texas FRIGIDAIRE SIMMONS KROEHLER TAPPAN Com pIimen+s of THOMPSON'S AUTO SUPPLY 2848 7+I1 S'I'reeI Por'r Ar'rI1ur, Texas SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT TRANSIT MIXED Building Ma'reriaIs and Concre+e a+ I+s Bes'r CEMENT BUILDING BLOCKS GRAVEL-SAND MORTAR MIX REINFORCIN6 STEEL CONCRETE PRODUCTS EXPANSION JOINTS RIGGLE 81 PITTMAN INC. Dial Yu 3-3368 FAST DELIVERY Congralulalions Class of '56 est' 36I2 I6TH STREET Zzgcciedte Qecaehg Congralulafions +o 'rhe Class of '56 LIPOFFS 440 Procfer S+ree+ PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Congra+ula1'ions Class of '56 Porl' Arlhur, Texas BOTTLING WORKS 645 Hous+on Ave. Dial YU 3-5688 .11 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS ' 1-'P 0 O T o 0 nanvcn O I 0 B usnuuuu 0 O O PLESSALA'S GROCERY 81 MARKET No. I 649 I6'rh Phone YU 5-55503 No. 2 I600 I6+h Phone YU 5-9303 PHARMACY 749 I6+h Phone YU 3-l65I 309 HATHAWAY'S FOOD MARKET A CompIe+e Line of Fancy and S+apIe Foods Produce and Iv1ea+s a+ Lowes+ Prices I Pi" B: i aiv QQ TJE f A V x I It 5 EE Eg I X T' J my m Q I M' , IV I0 I' I4 LEWIS DRIVE Phone Yu 4-49I2 D. M. PICTON 81 CO., INC. CONTRACTORS River and Harbor Improvemenfs TUG BOATS- BARGES DERRICK BARGES TOWAGE HARBOR TOWING - INTERCOASTAL GULF COAST TOWING 630 - 04 - 05 Adams Bldg. GOODWIN BLOSSOM SHOPPE 900 Woodwor+I1 Blvd. Phone YU 2-324I PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS BOWLING ALLEY AIR OONDITIONED . . T ' -.W I' 1. IIIYIITTT.Iwi.aaa'f1a1,Ii1a11- ,www xx E? Iikni -' YaxXv,S.S ' Q is 1' P' T AB' ...BBW QI' - 222:-rkw-I X5 19 ix., if wmyxx-B-U N-,NRI -. BR If A -A. xx. . L -nhl NQNNQQR xg.. H I-N I x -QB .I-IA: tgiggw 3 ASX.. Nw dd - :I S A ,U .NALMX .BI . R '- . -M Q RW .I f- 1. ' . -,II x' 1. X X ' SIN IQ III' R 'I Enioy America's No. I Family Spori' I9 BRUNSWICK LANES ALL ALLEYS SANOTIONED BY "ABC" INSTRUCTIONS AVAILABLE OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK WE CATER TO LEAGUE BOWLING TEAMS EAT AT OUR SNACK BAR BEER AND SOFT DRINKS Dial YUIcon 3-792I MEMORIAL BOWLING CENTER 2749 New Beaumoni' Hwy. QIII - "1 99:1 4'-" ff K . J, li, I I f -ff'-,:E' CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF '56 AII of us aI' 'rhe FIRST NATIONAL BANK of PorI' Ar+hur ioin wi+h your family, friends, and re- Ia+ives in congraiulafing you upon your graduaiion from High School. While Ihis occasion marks Ihe end of one chap- Ier in your life, we hope Ihaf i+ will also signaI +he beginning of a rnos'r successful and happy ca- reer Ihroughou+ Ihe in+eres+ing years fha? Iie ahead. FIRST NATIONAL BANK EDDINGSTON 81 WH ELESS General Insurance BEST POLICY AT ALL f TIMES if ,,,. .,,,,. , ...,. E I QT of H54 Es 55 5IO WACO AVENUE Phone Yu 3-45II 'TEJQICO y TEXACO Dial YU 3-4 I 6I GAGER AUTO SUPPLY DOUG GAGER Six+eenI'h S+reeI' and Ninfh Avenue PORT ARTHUR TEXAS Your Por+rai'r From J. C. WATKINS STUDIO Will Bring Happiness 'ro Your Friends Phone Today for Your Appoin+men+ 2329 THOMAS BLVD. PHONE YU 23666 .xi X 1 2 4 Nl' ILK1 f Kr I' I A , Vlkrl, ,:,-L., - , . - J, M ' '. 'I ' 3 f ' AC onQfofyICllfiQInQsI, QL,Se3ntiIoAI3S1 ' I H. N. Yellow Jacket lA!cross 5 +hefXSI'ree+:- Frdgrri School, 755 N K QA lg X I ' I s X VX , 1 :lc E ' ,ls N I1 X , A , I IX, . f Lf - JA Q 3432 IZH1 S1'ree'I' -3 SCHOOL SUPPLIES COLD DRINKS SANDWIOHES REIF'S Best Wishes, Seniors f ' 6! CLEANERS 0 5 624 HOUSTON AVE. FULTQN LEE 726 9TH AvE. J F f H1 P zeuz MEMORIAL DRIVE Us 'TiE'2:IN e eace Dial YU-2-293I CT 2 Jefferson Counfy For Hue Cleanesi' Clofhes in Town CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS STANDARD BRASS 81 MFG. CO. Main Office PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Sales Office and Warehouse Beaumonf, Texas HOUSTON, TEXAS NEW ORLEANS, LA. LAFAYETTE, LA. SHREVEPORT, LA. BLUESTEIN'S if 7,2 XXX . N Y wlsi-:Es Come on in and LOOK Around Everyfhing for Young Giris From Playclofhes 'ro Formals 60I Procfer Phone YU-3-662 I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF '56 SPENCE 81 HOWE CONSTRUCTION CO. Adams Bldg. Dial YU 2-5223 M5 of l l D1 Z f ASTRIES ff l 'I' of! Wg BREAD MURPHY'S CAKE SHOP Phone YU 3-4506 3442 Ibfh Sfreef Fine Cakes, Pasfries Cookies, Rolls and Special Breads 3I3 .QU L+' M ' V L H 1 . Y MV!! f r 4159? '-1? Z Fresh wyfi L lf go,.w"' HOLSUM ' BREAD Y. W 3l4 N Z Distict 8AAAA's Champions 4 ' FOR' THEIFINEST QUALITY s SEE- US Lumber' Building Materials Paint S55 EQ Y TYR I' di, f w. L. JAMES S. SONSERCQEEAQ 3830 Six'reen'rII S+ree+If'gS:iTi? gr ESQ Slew Q? Dial YU 3-6733 'T S-A I C 59401031 ZZL 6C 1 of K1 ew RHS 704 wofii admuf Ld fu 'TIQR Tiff if HSE ff-er T xg Q Q RY N. M. BARRIER ATKINS 81 HOFFPAUIR REAL ESTATE AND 'N5- INSURANCE AGENCY for "THE BEST IN INSURANCE SERVICE" 20II BIuebonne'r Phone YU 3-O64I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE RENTAL AGENT I Fire - Tornado - Aufomobile and CasuaI+y Insurance ESTABLISHED I906 I9I6 9+h Avenue Phone YU 5-253I PCRT ARTHUR, TEXAS 3I5 f AUTOGRAPHS , AQ ,, ,LWgWlW, Akwffwf V4 116,635 WMA ,fy W N Wffg M W f Jail! 6fgf9MQM!Q,3'p!jMWL! ,Lyla 7,3 Q" we wwf Kylie ywb RLDTMIJ? ref ,f I ' Cl 5' rl A JAN Tf'lWH . 1f"'1,ff N c' V gig 1 jf CF faq . I' f If of wimw if MW f MW , V W . A f W' ll? 7 Y! K, MQZMWW 1 ??AfjfQi My Jlmww f JM? U W 9miQQ,X W Q Q Q .... MQ! ff Bl-Q.. XN-l.b+- Nvijy Y I x ! 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V- A . l D ' 1. f A wi Y 1' I" s I y I - , 5 1 ! ,I .1 , I . . 1 , N, .f -,-I R k '14 g, - ... l E I1 CL Y, 'nl ' J T63 Lm-IOGRAPHED BY I ' l Lon PUBLISHING co. f ' , 'A DALLAS 0 TEXAS ' Q ' ' ' ' rbooks are TAYLOR-M E 5 , , - ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The staff of the 1956 Yellow jacket takes this opportunity to acknowledge gratefully all of the consideration and aid re- ceived, without which this book would have been impossible: The excellent quality of photographs and portraits made by Rice, Watkins, Cricchio's and Perkins' Studios, and the printing and binding done by Taylor Publishing Company. Especially would we like to say "Thank you" to Miss Jeannette Tenney, attendance clerk, for her many courtesics. 'lhiinks also to Mrs. Hazel Langston and Mrs. Anna hliie lDex'ine. May uc express our thanks also to Mrs. Redman, our sponsor, for excellent guidance and assistance, to the homeroom teachers for selling and collecting funds for the book, and to the students who posed for pictures and bought 1500 copies of the book "sight unseen." TI-Ill YELLOW' JACKET STAFF QV in W 2 R 'M 0 6 - dggzccacc. gif M 1-H" .Ng""' Www V gf W Q FK dj oJ NW fw 1 if Q 5 nl 9 -J! 'H ,fwf"JfWfjj7S'J Ywfiygg IM IWW fi UL ' ? Mia? , 57jffifimw , ',f3i'1ififle43 XM ' ails-1, wfuii ,., W- ,- . K. ,-L-..,, . , M 'X' I W x . . f 4 LM v 4 A , is ' W' J- ,av ij ,r VV 1 2, kirgfdf -rv., , 3, V ,, . 4' ssfyi X ' ' ,.,,,f '?g':g,,,. A, .4 y ,Q MN, f . , .Z V ,fe rw. ' .,,,,,. 1 , 4 P hy , .. ,. , y g R A v WWW . , fqvfwaq ...L 4- , , . V f , J. ,fry ,v ,- , 44' - V - , 1 , X ' N w , , ,ls , QSM 'W . ,gf,,f15zg51fh4-,W-wg. A X Q QF, W, . . 3 f . 5, 43, '- M ,. A 4 .Q ,uA3,,, mligag- . ii,f r V 1, f L, f K--v.i.,,f",4-.i w i X 'gy' -'a1,,-my.. 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