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

 - Class of 1958

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I iq-gg l ..-1219 - or ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR Linda Douglas SPORTS Woodrow Cross Sara Dominguez ADVERTISEMENTS EDITOR Monique East 5 T . TJ HIGH - INSIDE OUT ml WWW I lihoylllfs J fjefgon is blilf4 i Jiotiiindiviolual ideals built from y I Wd nd dssrot people. For llel Qlgiyeayrs students gill , - havefznterr ey presentilaui ding-ei Cl1VQi'i5i addino :somethlingstoy our J Aeavingyyiith neyyr asp' tionsifand 'Z f ll e Pr ress t ernotivatin I ree a t Tihom ijf ersonnlnf Ilee keeping with lI11 t g stud la i r! n from l'300l yresente Fl tot l,9Q ,y 'V W J fthas kfhosen its the -llde Outfr p eg Isl lfllf ic: e llee sKeifilyhaveflfsied to p lp show dl Vihside ouyt'7QinQrcomp I I raditions, y Usmmusyg I yryr yy . ll fli l at rf' ll ii, Theistahvs first aim to give.youjMThomas Jettersonlly llli J f X1 verily best yearbook you have everfhad. The next was to a Qbook that would increase in value with everlyffday and year that I passes. We like to thinlkofy your-hlookinol atyyl'HlEfYyEl.LOW frecalling everything you did while at ThomaSliilJetterSl5lIijffromfthe clothes I you wore to the books you read.lWe hope book shioyysQyyoUr!iiipZfide and I reflects olurllove tor iust those thinosg-This islfthe TJI yll story for 958- , ,inside outa I A I ji MQ E, ,X is CO P. T. CPETEJ PENSE The T958 YELLOW JACKET is proudlyldedicaTed To a mah who has puT Tellowship and good sporTsmarTship in The hearTs oT all Those wiTh whom he works. These Two asseTs are essehTial To Us iT we are To have happiness and prosperiTy in our TuTure years. A He will always be remembered Tor his uriTirihg eTTorTs and The sincere loyalTy ThaT he has demonsTraTed Through The yeras. The YELLOW JACKET STaTT proudly dedicaTes The T958 yearbook To Coach P. T. CPeTeD Permse. v, , -b .L,, f ' 9 A- h I 1 - A Q . sm, ' f I f ,..,,, ,f2,,Q 3 ' K ' fu e f f4.:.:aQ: . , ,. 46 XJQU , V f , - 4 I 2 ,, ty f,.f.w.4Mw ,.,,,,,,,,,.,-4 .,.,,, . K , ,, V, . ' . fff ' 4, X ...+A-v-,,-f ..f-V V, 4 ,fy f ff 65,37 , ,V , 'ff ,u 9 ,, 13 V f nf M, X, ,, , ,ff f f ,A f Yr ' if, yy, X f' 4, ,f 'C f .fwwxff CONTENTS Opening Special Evenrs ...,, Senior Class ,eee, Junior Class .....ss, Sophomore Class o,....... Aclminisrraiion-Faculiy ..... Favoriies ,,..oo, Organizaiions ...... Sports e.... Adverrisernenis ,eo. 2 i0 24 76 106 i 36 i 50 i68 234 292 Af First . . . The First monThs oT The 57-58 school year were Tilled wiTh many Things Tamiliar To T-JiTes . . . happy Things, dull Things, and some iusT plain enjoyable Things. ln SepTember Through November, we enjoyed Elvis, "Millionaires," "You Send Me," Dino and Tony, Ivy Leaguers, drag races, SpuTnil4, TooTball games, Choir-Hussar-Band, and Drama pracTice, reporT cards, "ThaT'll Be The Day," "Pal Joey," homework, pep rallies, weekends, daTes, and The many oTher small Things ThaT made This parT of school liTe ALL ABCUT Tun. "Who Y'all Gonna Yell For?!" CaughT in a serious mood by The eye of The cam- era was This group of T-JiTes who crowded The Field House for The Odessa pep rally. LeTT To righT are . . . uh, The Maroon and Gold Band was presenT, as usual, To provide The music, down- beaT, and rhyThm, which added so much To The rallies. . -f - . fe ff ,.f'.f we-Y -f.- W-,.,,, ,.,,. ,-,2 , Hb V., -,, ,Q f- T i i i Tlfff ',', . "', ty: Q,,"f1f7f '-'. g ,,',.' ' ' ' f T ' ' ., ,Rf I' A , H if -' - T "ized lb, .. 'I T -Q gr, Se 4 If 5 9 5 ! gp ,i. " T V , ,giy if K v.v: ri., g, ' ,fy-4 5 , j rv . I 5 1 ,-1, , A ,, f T if 1 a ., dr, .qs E421 ., , M, an ., ,, Q, , . ., ., - I , - f if di , g E . "f'i Q - ,Ty page e , - , , -G '- - . T, 4 ' ' f T T 'f if 1 2- .:. Q I lgnl .M y EQ A L, 1 f, I 14 VTE! 'Eff' 7 ' , 'Q 7' " -,', V ,713 C ' :E ' s is H-as as s vb, L i w' ' u 1 s,j,'lg, P- ' 54,5 ' ' ,s V5 "Time's A 'wasfing!" CaTeTeria bull sessions were a common sighT aT TJ This year. LeTT To righT are Seniors: Gary Dor- sey, VValTer NliTchke, Boyd Webb, Edward Zingle- man, Charles "Horse Power" Hoffpauir, and Char- lie Moncrief. "Good Grief!" Senior engineer - To - be Artie Thornton seems To find This slide- rule interesting though oversize. "Little Brown Jug" Permanent possession of The "Brown Jug" was partly due To The efforts of This foursome who sacrificed vanity and tonsils to spur The "Jug" campaign with Their, uh . . . arrangement. Left to right are S. McCarthy, S. Logan, K. Vaughan, S. Simpson, J. Willoughby. "Idioms, Irby?" Pretty Junior Sandra Irby did not seen To mind the rigors of Plane Geometry aT all .... . in September. "Beaumont Bonfire . . ." Participants who included Junior Jerry Smith who Touched off The effigy of The Beaumont Purples. Final score of the game was 30-O in favor' of the Jackets. "Cigar-toting Desperodos '77 captured. Arrested for speeding during the CavOlLcade pa- rade. were these Seniors who finally convinced the officer that "MaTilda" would not go 85 M.P.H. Gef Up! H's 8:00 Gentlemen! As always, The winTer season ffooTball sea- sonl was full of Things To do. And . . . as always There was a conTrasT beTween The male and female "doings" Some gals like Mary Sfraub found someThing humorous in every school acTiviTy-even "Old Broken Nose," buf all of Them enioyed posing for "J.C." Peculiar To This Time of year, TJ girls busied Themselves wiTh, Sam Cook, The Sad Look, 2-Karat rings, Revlon, Senior rings, and Cheyenne. . . buf, egad, did you noTice The change in spring? Their inTeresTs Then Turned To fuTure lawyers, engineers, and The like. Also included were, proposals, sororiTies, The wedding march, and, of course graduaTion. In '57-'58, TJ's ladies were usually found . . . in The way Cmosf of The Timej, aT The beauTy parlor, slum- ber parfies, and, on sunny days, invariably aT some pracTice or anoTher. J? Ladies! Please noTice The remarkable expressions on The faces oT This manly seT of TJiTes. Previous To annual publicaTion, Two sTudenTs Cboy and girlj were asked Their opinion. The lady decreed ThaT iT surely musT have been The "aTTer" demonsTraTion by AlkaselTzer. The genTlernan is probably sTill seeking The idenTiTy oT The girl he swears musT have been behind The phoTographer. You should knovv by novv, of course, WhaT was "george" WiTh TJ's genTlemen in '57'58. Popular wiTh The boys were BrigiTTe BardoT, Tardy slips, and girls. iusT five more minuTes TJ - INSIDE OUT" OR V "Things you didn'f see if you didn'f go fo school. . . much." "Difficult Decisions In The Cafeieria or "Here Goes Nothing" ' . . . Back in Line!" or "The Long WaiT" by Mickey Spiilyourmilk "Happy Faces' or "Pardon Me For Laughing Dear, Bur There's Some- Thing on . . " i.Tgj,3lff k'x'. f -.if iili if V, f " K I T il ' iiisi, is T l 4 . sssiili .A.A,VA. AVVAV V .Q A, ,'.,. in k' ix ' T ll-iTi.ill'lV ,, .,Q , Q 55 igifjglglgl V l'A 1 i 'L' Q F5 T More oTTen Than noT, Too liTTle crediT is given our Teachers and insTrucTors. Those of us QClass of '58j who are now looking back surely realize This. Few of us would ever graduaTe under The age of TwenTy-one if our Teachers didn'T, make, caiole, and Tineg- gle us inTo doing Those Things we would raTher noT do. Of course, Tree Three-day vacaTions were necessary in some insTances . . . uh-umm. When ThaT unbelievable day of graduaTion comes, Though, we realize ThaT The crediT is spliT Three ways . . . Teacher, moTher, and, "Somebody up There musT like me!" ATTer The long haul, Uvvelve or more unnerving yearsj, has been made and vve've found our "Place in The sun," we may one day meeT someone who wasn'T able To compleTe Their educaiion, and Thus beneTiT, and say, "There, buT Tor The grace of God and my Teachers, go I." "A Regular Guy . . . " according To his sTu- denTs, is Mr. Lindeman fPhysiology, Biol- ogy, and old Trogsj. All enioyed his lec- Tures . . . parTicularly The one concerning his"'phobia" abouT The Humane SocieTy, and vvhaT They do To Biology Teachers who liTerally "pick" on poor, dumb, animals. The exciTen'1enT of going To STaTe . CHRISTMAS . . . wiTh all The Trimmings Too. The holiday season of '57 loroughT, be- sides The cusTomary gleeful Things such as, NO school, gramrna's, diviniTy, SanTa Claus, daddy's charge accounT Tor daddy's giTT, parTies, parTies, parTies, Mid-nighT Mass and ChrisTmas eve candlelighT services, . . . also The honor of The 4-AAAA sTaTe finals. The eighTeen days of grace passed quickly. We all made our usual New Year's resolu- Tion, fno more "hooky-Tlu"j, and . . . ChrisTmas aT school . . . An exclusive inTervievv aT The AusTin rally . . . and anoTher rally. .AND A NEW YEAR . . . and Then loack To The grind. Mid-Term exams, overdue reporTs, overdrawn allovv- ances, cold, cold mornings, and The "aTTer holiday blues," all failed To make ThaT TirsT week a success. Things perked up Though and The days 'Til school leT ouT were counTed l,OOl, l,OO2, l again, and again, and . . . The Big Game, and a PorT ArThur innovaTion . . . . . . sTanding-room-only-fans j. This is just one ot the many tine audiences that thrilled to Reper- toire Players Production ot "Dino," "Dino" was presented in the auditorium three nights and at every performance there was a capacity crowd ot adventurer and action seekers. 3 HEAR IT ..SEE IT. Long hours of hard work and study done by students shown here assembling scenery, is what helped make "Dino" a record breaker in sales. This crew ot people worked many hours. lt was not an easy task but every- one working together made the play a success. There's always a rush tor the best seats when a good -play such as "Dino" is on. More than TOOO people purchased tickets to the show which dealt with teenage problems, starred Charles Wilkin- son and Kitty Wyble. The play ran through November 20-23. NCW! Every Monday, when The laTesT picTures arrived, This was a Ta- miliar scene in The sixTh period Journalism class. Members of The annual sTaTT Tried To geT picTures ThaT besT suifed Their secTion, and they were always eager To see The newesT picTure. The biggesT and besT annual ever was promised by These sTudenTs in an assembly skiT: Theresa Thomas, Shella McCarThy, STeve Hodges, Sandra Wyble, Carol Thomas, Billy Chandler, Carmen Freedman, BeTh Maiors, Becky Burris, DoTTie HoneycuTTe, WalT Sharp, Pickle LeTulle, Jill Baldwin. ls she looking Tor a scholarship in elecTronics or lisTening To The laTesT pop song "You Send Me-"? You can be sure There will be no sTudying or homework done Trom This cleverly wired liTeraTure book. Out of the rock and roll crowd in TJ Dale Gothia has proved his talent by organizing a successful Combo that entertained in morning assem- bly, as well as at a number of social affairs for the high school set. 20 GOOD TIMES ARE It snowed! School was dismissed for an hour February 12, so every- one could have fun Throwing snow- balls. It was the first snow here since 1951. Taxi to class! Just walking a boy to class during Twirp week was too uneventful for. these Daisy Maes. Pictured are: Susan Petion, Melvin Borel, Karen Polite, Herbert Nimz, Dale Viator, and Linda Moerbe. Y? 1 PART OF T.J.'S STORY The last of the badmen were round- ed up Texas Day by the Annie Oak- leys of the Senior Class. In this in- stance would-be desperados were Jerry Gower, Steve Feltrnan, and Banker Phares. Senior Ball dresses require a lot of fitting before they are ready for the big night. Pretty seniors Betsy Byrd, Peggy DeJean, and Sue Ellen -Knight can't resist a final inspection of their dresses. At last it's Check Day, May 23, and Seniors are beginning to realize that school days are almost finished. Last minute autographs are penned by Carol Sims, Ruth Stilwell, Vivian Dugas, Polly Duncan, Nelda Brab- ham. 2l No momenTs are as Thrilling as Those experienced by T.J. fans when forward Carroll Broussard re- covered The ball Tor The Yellow JackeTs. Z2 FUN, WORK AND THRILLS Flying snow balls and vveT cloThes were The resulTs of TorTy minuTes of Tun in The snow for T.J.'s sTudenTs. The liTTle biT of exTra work ThaT Eddie Anders puT in, a week before reporT cards, barely goT him over The line. , Ti, ,7 "' 'W . . . AND YOU NAME IT Many sTudenTs got a kick OUT of Mrs. McEwan's "danger sign" last fall Until a few dropped their Transmissions -or grades rather Then The signs r,,i BRAIN, ENGRGED we-ren'T so funny. "Tommy Nell . . . Tommy Nell! . . . Hey, Tommy . . ." "You Throw That shofpuf and your social life is RUINT! , 1 ,Z U Q M1 , 2 X f mi ' , ' f- 12 MQ ,Q 1,--.nun 4,1 K ff f? ff Y ,sff ,pf . .WM.0. ,-,, ,,,,. . A .-.. , ,Q .p,X.,4, ,MV " , . 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W , X Q I - N X,A??9!,'5 iN S ' ' A x Vi! X 555 ' +I 41 S+ I xl I f f f ' J I H' :Sa E Q 'S 7 'lgxf 'H' P '. i W A 41: 'P I l, 1,41 -X . j Q ' I rbi ,-'.':.Ll. 1 , - 'EF - , - -'f TA w D -- . 33 :T::.LfS SS , - f I 'unlhlhm Y" Mw tg JJULJL f IDA? f I Y l P' Q 4 X XM K X 4 .Z S7 Z gk NEAXL jim ll lu M :HHH SENIOR CLASS l Senior officers of The 1957-1958 graduafing class of Thomas Jefferson High School are President Eugene Webb, Vice Presidenf Lillie Bartlett, Secrerary Brenda Gillrnan, and Treasurer Peggy De.lean. GKEENTE5 Q , W, , .5 "sENioR FAc:Es . . ,, Of fi f T HMRS. REDMAN HATES TO THROW ANYTHING AWAY" "Cheerios Dood IT!" T If YOU can make like a one-handed ladder, please conTacT The banner commiTTee . . . This gal graduaTed This year. Jim, Bill, and Fleming can'T be called apple-polishers "Say Cl'1eGSe, Simpf' She CliCl. She also coughed up buT They made "A" in ElbowgrisTics. four Thumb Tacks aT The game. 27 CONNIE ABREGO FBLA 56-575 Tennis Club 555 Spanish Club 55-56. BETTY ADAMS GRA 55-58, FNA 55-55, FBLA 55-58. LINDA ADAMS JCL 55-57. RICHARD ADAMS Camera Club 55-58. MARY ALLBRITTON Band 55-585 Congress 55-565 Cabinet 55-585 Homeroom Governor, Secretary 55-585 JCL 55-58, Quaestor, President 56-585 Heralds 55-58, President 57-585 GRA 55-575 Letter Girls 57-585 Meritorious Citation 55-575 Honor Award 55-565 JRC 55-56. EDWARD ANDERS SWIKI ANDERSON Slide Rule Club 57-585 Rifle Club 57-58, President5 Homeroom Treasurer 56-575 Chemistry Club 56-57. JERRY ANGELLE Band 55-585 Heralds 55-585 French Club 55-58, President 57-585 Camera Club 55-585 Honor Award 56-57. ESTER ARCIVA Art Club 57-585 Camera Club 57-585 Spanish Club, Vice President 56-57, Presi- dent 57-585 GRA 55-585 Pilot Staff 57-535 Annual Staff 57-585 FHA 57-58. JOHN ARDOIN DE 57-58. MARTIN ARISCO Slide Rule Club 57-585 Meritorious Cita- tion 55-565 Congress 57-585 Cabinet 57-585 Chemistry Club 57-585 JRC 56-57. JUDY ARNOLD GRA 55-585 Spanish Club 57-585 Art Club 57-58. LARRIE ASKEW ESTA AUTREY Spanish Club 56-585 FNA 55-565 GRA 565 Jacketeens 55-56. ROBERT BABlN Court 56-575 Cabinet 56-585 Spanish Club 56-575 Homeroom Governor 56-58, Lieu- tenant Governor 55-565 Gentleman-in-Wait ing 58. ITT: W JAY BAILEY Rifle Club 57-se. SUE BAKER JCL 55-57, FBLA 56-sa, Heralds 57-58. BETTY BALZERSEN GRA 55-57, FTA 56-58, Historian 57-58, FHA 57-58, Chemistry Club 56-57, Heralds 55-58, Honor Award 55-57. JESSE BARBOSA Football 55-56, Basketball 55,56. ROBERT BARNES BRENDA BARNES Hussars 56-58, Vice President 57-58, Her- alds 55-58, French Club 55-58, FNA 55-58, Treasurer 56, 'Homeroom Treasurer, Gov- ernor 57-58, Cabinet 56-58, Treasurer 56- 57, Honor Award 56-57. CAROLYN BARRAS JCL 55-57, Art Club 57-58, GRA 56-58, Letter Girls 57-58. BILLY BARRETT Gun Club 57-58, Secretary-Treasurer 57-58, Heralds 58, Cabinet 55-58, Congress 55- 58, Track 55-58, Homeroom Governor 57, Pilot Staff- 57-58, Court 58. JOY BARRON FBLA 56-57, Vice President 57-58, Chem- istry Club 56-57, Heralds 57-58, Meri- torious Citation 55-57, Hussars 56-58, Bugle Sergeant 57-58, FNA 55-56, Cabinet 56-57, Vice President 56-57, Congress 56-57, Court 56-57, Glee Club 57-58, Repertoire 57-58. LILLIE BARTLETT Hussars 56-58, Secretary 57-58, JRC 55-58, President 56-58, JCL 55-57, Cabinet 56-58, Secretary 56-57, Vice President 57-58, GRA 55-57, Court 56-58, Glee Club 57-58, Homeroom Treasurer 57-58, FNA 55-56, Honor Award 56-57, Lady-in-Waiting 58. EILEEN BATIC Honor Award 56-57, FBLA 56-58, FHA 55-58, Cabinet 57-58, GRA 57-58. THOMAS BEAL JEWEL BECK JRC 55-57, GRA 55-57, Letter Girls 57-58, Homeroom Secretary 57-58, JCL 55-56, Chemistry Club 56-57, FNA 55-58, Presi- dent 57-58, Honor Award 55-57. SAMMY BECKVVORTH Honor Award 55-56, Slide Rule Club 57-58. BARBARA BELL Hussars 55-58, Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58, Heralds 57-58, GRA 55-56, French Club 55-57, DE 57-58, Reporter 57-58. CAROL ANN BELL Meritorious Citation 55-575 Girls' Glee Club 56-575 Mixed Choir 57-585 JRC 57-58. LARRY BELL ANTHONY BERGERON ELIZABETH BERRY GRA 55-585 JCL 56-585 Homeroom Secre- tary 57-585 Letter Girls 57-58. LYLE F. BERRY Meritorious Citation 55-56. JOHNNY BERSIN Art Club 56-575 Homeroom Treasurer 55-565 Pilot Staff 57-585 Repertoire Play- ers 57-58. ROY BIBB Spanish Club 55-565 French Club 56-575 FBLA 56-57. CAROLYN BIGLER Hussars 56-585 Cabinet 55-565 French Club 55-575 GRA 55-575 DE Club 57-585 Jacketeens 55-56. SHARON BLACKVVOOD Choir 56-575 Chemistry Club 56-58, Vice President 57-585 French Club 55-575 Meri- torious Citation 55-575 Repertoire Players 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-58. ROSEMARY BLANCHARD GRA 55-585 FBLA 56-585 Camera Club 57-585 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-585 Pilot Staff 57-58. WALTER BODDEN Chemistry Club 56-575 Camera Club 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-58. PAT BOLAND Homeroom Treasurer 565 JRC 565 FBLA 575 Jacketeens 565 Meritorious Citation 57. RONNIE BONIN Slide Rule Club 57-585 Rifle Club 57-sa. JIM BOONE Band 55-58, Assistant Student Director 575 Student Director 585 Jeffersonian 57-585 All-State 56-575 lntramurals 55-565 Con- gress 56-575 Cabinet 56-575 Heralds 57-58- Honor Award 55-57. NANCY BOOTH French Club 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-58' 1 Honor Award 55-585 Spanish Club 55' Homeroom Secretary 57-58, Treasurer 585 1 JRC - " 13, -,tiff iii'-'gji.j,.,ixe, .1711- IV Y Vrfr - . Y HWQWTE ,.-,Q , , s4.-,T MARK BORDELON JANELL BOREL GRA 55-56, DE club 55-58. MELVIN BOREL Homeroom Governor 55-56, Lieutenant Governor 57-587 Honor Award 55-577 Track 56-587 Baseball 55-587 Football 56- 587 French Club 57-587 Slide Rule Club 57-587 Cabinet 55-56. RONALD BOREL Slide Rule Club 57-581 Chemistry Club 56-57. FRED BOUDREAUX French Club 56-57. GLORIA BOUDREAUX GRA 55-56. STEVE BOWKER Cabinet 55-567 Homeroom Governor 56-577 Honor Award 57f Slide Rule Club 57'58f Rifle Club 57-587 Radio Club 57-58. PHYLLIS BOWEN GRA 55-587 JRC 57'58f Cabinet 577 Spanish Club 56-577 Letter Girls 57-58. EARL BOYANTON Congress 567 Football 56-587 JCL 55'57f Heralcls 57-587 Cabinet 56-577 Slide Rule Club 57-587 Court 577 Rifle Club 57-587 Homeroom Governor 56-577 Court 58. PHYLLIS BOYD French Club 56-577 Camera Club 57'58f GRA 55-587 Letter Girls 58j Cabinet 57-587 FBLA 56-587 JRC 56-577 Art Club 57-58. NELDA BRABHAM Cabinet 55-567 Congress 56-577 FBLA 57-587 GRA 55-577 Annual Staff 57-587 Heralcls 55-577 Repertoire Players 55-567 Art Club 55-567 Homeroom Governor 55-56. SUE BRANTLEY Band 55-58, Librarian 55-58, Color Guard 56-587 All-State Band 567 Spanish Club 55'56j FCL 56'58f GRA 55'58f Letter Girls 57-587 Cabinet 56-587 Homeroom Secre- tary 55-56, Congress 57'58f Meritorious Citation 55-57. JUDY BRAUNINGER GRA 55-577 French Club 56-577 Reper- toire Players 55-56, Historian 57-587 Meri- torious Citation 55-577 Glee Club 57-587 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 57-587 Drama Honors 55-57. ELLIOTT BRAY Chemistry Club 57f JCL 56-587 Meritorious Citation 572 Slide Rule Club 587 Rifle Club 582 JRC 567 Honor Award 56. DODCDT RDIZA l,lYY,, u. SENIORS LEAD AT CIVIC AFFAIRS R Q K - xc Calendar activities went off as scheduled due to the ex- pert leadership of David Longenburger, Pam Manley, Eugene Webb, and Brenda Barras. Winners! The Senior Class took the Little Brown Jug for the third straight year. Eugene Webb receives the .lug in Senior As- sembly. YK xr ,. "Cha cha cha N-- cha cha cha ---- cha cha ----- cha cha cha ---l" , I sd Yssc, s is I sc f feaf+eaa 1 J BILL BRITT Rifle Club 585 Art Club 585 Heralds 585 Track 55-585 Homeroom Lieutenant Gov- ernor 56-58. BRENDA BROUSSARD Glee Club 57-58. CARROLL BROUSSARD Honor Award 55-565 Basketball 55-575 Cabinet 55-565 Slide Rule Club 57-58. DALLAS BROUSSARD Football 55-56. DONALD BROUSSARD Proiectors Club 55-58. FRED BROUSSARD Art Club 55-565 Honor Award 55-565 Slide Rule Club 57-58. FRED BROUSSARD DE 56-57. PAUL BROUSSARD Rifle Club 57-58. RONALD BROUSSARD Proiectors Club 55-58. BETTY BROWN Band 55-58, Color Guard 57-585 JCL 55-585 GRA 55-585 Honor Award 56-575 Meritorious Citation 55-565 Homeroom Secretary 57-58. BILLY BROWN Slide Rule Club 57-585 Proiectors Club 55-56. JO ANN BROWN Meritorious Citation 565 Congressman 56-575 Homeroom Governor 57-585 GRA 55-585 JCL 555 Heralds 56-585 Cabinet 56-58. HARRIET JANE BULL Jacketeens 55-58, Vice President 55-56, Outstanding Jacketeen 56-57, President 56-575 FNA 56-575 GRA 55-585 Tennis Club 56-575 Homeroom Secretary 56-57, Treasurer 57-58. BEVERLY BURNEY Hussars 56-585 Homeroom Secretary 55-56, Governor 56-575 GRA 55-585 Cabinet 56-575 Honor Awards 55-565 FNA 55-565 Glee Club 55-575 FBLA 57-58. RU DY BURNS Honor Award 55-565 DE 56-58. BECKY BURRIS Hussars 56-587 Head Maiorette 57'58f Congress 56-587 French Club 55'58f Her- alds 55-58, Treasurer 57'58f Meritorious Citation 55-577 Honor Awards 55-577 Choir 56-58, Ensemble 57-582 Cabinet 56-582 GRA 55'58f Letter Girls 56-587 Sophomore Posture Queen 55'56j Annual Staff 57-58, Section Editor 57-58. NORMAN BUSHNELL LORA MAY BUSSEY Hussars 56-58, Drum Sergeant 57-58, As- sistant Uniform Quartermaster 56-577 JCL 56-587 GRA 56-577 Chemistry Club 57j Congress 57'58f Cabinet 57'58j Meri- torious Citation 567 Honor Award 56-577 Slide Rule Club 57-582 Heralds 57-587 Homeroom Treasurer 56, Secretary 57. BETSY BYRD JRC 55-577 GRA 55'56f FBLA 57'58f Home- room Secretary 55. VICTOR CALAMlA Print Club 57-58, Vice President 57-58. CLYDE CALDWELL Heralds 55-567 DE 57-58. JOHN CALLEN DER JCL 55'57f FTA 57-587 Homeroom Lieuten- ant Governor 55-57. DONALD CAMPBELL Basketball 56-587 Rifle Club 58f Meri- torious Citation 55-577 FTA 56-577 Camera Club, President 56'57j Cabinet 55-577 Heralds 55-577 JCL 56'57f Slide Rule Club 57-58. DICK CANTRELL Football, Manager 55-58. DIANE CAPPS Spanish Club 56-577 Choir 57-587 Honor Award 57. JAMES CARLIN HELEN CARR Tennis Club 55-577 Hussars 56-58, Instru- ment Quartermaster 57'58f GRA 55"58j Letter Girls 57-587 FTA 55-58, Typists 56- 57i French Club 57-58, Secretary 57-582 Cabinet 57-587 Homeroom Governor 57-58. BARBARA CARRIERE BEVERLY CARRUTH Jaclseteers 56f FBLA 577 JCL 56j GRA 56- 582 Homeroom Treasurer 57f Annual Staff 587 Repertoire Players 57-587 Letter Girls 58. GILBERT CASTRO Basketball 56-58. r,,, , ,,, ANN CHALMERS JCL 56-585 FNA 56-585 Honor Award 57, GRA 56-57, DE 57-58. TOMMIE NELL CHAMBERS Honor Award 56-575 Homeroom Reporter 55-565 Jackefeens 55-575 DE 57-58. RICHARD CHRETIEN Band 55-585 JCL 55-575 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Golf Team 58. HENRY CLAUSEN GEORGE CLAYTON FBLA 57-585 JRC 56-585 Homeroom Treas- urer 56-57, Parliamenfarian 57-58. DELNA COE I FTA 57-585 Cabinef 575 GRA 57-585 Lelier' Girls 585 Tennis Club 57-58. RHONDA COLE FHA 56-57. MELANIE COLEMAN Hussars 56-585 Debate Club 55-565 Reper- toire Players 57-585 Annual Staff 57-585 Heralds 585 French Club 55-585 GRA 55-585 Homeroom Secrefary 56, Lieuienant Gov- ernor 575 Pilot Staff 57-585 Congress 58. CARMEN COLLAZO Hussars 56-585 GRA 55-585 Art Club 56- 575 Spanish Club 55-565 FBLA 56-57. CA RO LYN CO LSON GRA 55-585 Letter Girls 585 Annual Sfaff 57-585 FBLA 57-58. SHELTON COMEAUX French Club 56-585 Homeroom Treasurer 55-565 Basketball 55-585 Honor Award 56-575 Annual Sfaff 57-58. ELLEN COOPER DE 57-585 GRA 55-58. PEGGY COOPER PEGGY CORBIN Band 55-575 GRA 555 French Club 56. SYLVIA CORLEY JRC 585 Honor Award 575 Meritorious Ci- tation 565 Glee Club 565 Choir, Accom- panist 57-585 Hussars 56-58. DOUGLAS CRAFTON Debate Club 57-58, Intramurals 55-58. ALICE CRAWFORD NANCY CRESWELL Congress 55-58, Vice President, Hussars 56-58, Reporter, Cabinet 55-57, President 56, Parliamentarian 56-57, Repertoire Players 55-58, President 56-57, GRA 55- 57, Heralds 57-58, JCL 55-577 Meritorious Citation 55-57, Court 55-56, Annual Honors 58, Most Popular Girl 58. DAVID CROCKETT Band 55-58, Student Director 57-58, Jef- tersonians 56-585 Meritorious Citation 55- 57, Homeroom Governor 55-56, Congress- man 56-57, Lieutenant Governor 57-58, JCL 55-575 Slide Rule Club 57-58. WOODROW CROSS Intramurals 55-56, Annual Staff 57-585 Pilot Staff 57-58. JAMES CRUMP Slide Rule Club 57-58, Honor Award 55- 57, JRC 56-585 DE 57-58. JAMES CRUTCI-IFIELD Art Club. NORMA CRYER TOMMY CUPIT Cabinet 55-58, Vice President 55-56, Pres- ident 56-57, Chemistry Club 56-58, Slide Rule Club 57-58, Latin 56-585 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 55, Governor 56, Band 55-57. JO ANN CURRY Jacketeens 55-565 Glee Club 55-56, JRC 55-56, DE Club 57-58. ANTHONY DAIGLE GLENDA DAIGLE Congress 55-565 Cabinet 55-567 Jacketeens 55-56, GRA 55-56. KATHERINE DAIGLE FBLA 56-57, GRA 55-577 JRC 57-587 Jacketeens 55-56. SYBIL DAIGLE GRA 56-57, Homeroom Lieutenant Gov- ernor 57, Congressman 56, Heralds 56-587 FBLA 57, Honor Award 575 Annual Staff 57-58. GENE DAMMON Cheerleaders 56-57, Court 57, Rifle Club 57, Cabinet 55-57, JCL 55-57. r ,, , , 4+ ,if-: low WE SHALL NEVER FCRGET "AnyThing for The LiTTle Brown Jug," say Mary AllbriTTon and MarTin Arisco as They use RoloerT Babin as Their guinea pig. wwf 1'-"W" y The roar of The crowd was inTriguing and TascinaTing To everyone, especially To The Seniors as They enTer The Field House To supporT The JackeTs aT each pep rally. These brighT faces respond To assembly programs of 'Friday mornings. FAD?? Some say yes-some say no-BuT eiTher way, The shaggy svveaTer was popular wiTh Befsy Byrd and Tommy C-iesen. 37 RUTH DARLING GRA 55-585 JCL 55-585 Scribe 57-585 Her- alds 56-585 Slide Rule 57-585 Homeroom Secretary 55-565 Annual Staff 57-585 Chemistry Club 56-575 Honor Award 55-56. JUDY DARTEZ JAMES DAUPHINE Rifle Club 55. JOSIE DAVALOS Spanish Club 55-585 FHA 57-585 GRA 55-58. JAMES DAVID CLYDE DAVIS Slide Rule Club 57-585 Chemistry Club 56-585 Honor Award 55-57. DIANN DAVIS JCL 55-575 Band 55-585 Librarian5 GRA 55-585 FTA 57-585 FBLA 57-585 Heralds 57-585 Homeroom Secretary 55-565 Lieu- tenant Governor 56-57, Congressman 57- 585VCabinet 57-585 Meritorious Citation 55-57. VALDA DAVIS JRC 56, JCL 56-575 GRA 55-56. ALLINE DAWSON Spanish 555 GRA 55-585 Hussars 56-585 Homeroom Treasurer 56-57, Historian 57- 585 Pilot Staff 57-58. PEGGY DEJ EAN Cabinet, Secretary-Treasurer 57-585 Con- gress 56-575 Homeroom Governor 55-585 Heralds 57-585 FBLA 565 GRA 55-565 Court 585 Hussars 56-585 Honor Award 56. KAREN RAE DECLUITT FHA, Treasurer 55-565 GRA 55-565 Letter Girls 57-585 JCL 56-575 JRC 56-575 Cab- inet 57-58. ROBERT DEMLER Band 55-585 Jeftersonians 57-585 Heralds 55-585 JCL 55-585 Brush and Palette Clubi 55-565 Cabinet 55-585 Meritorious Cita- tion 55-575 Homeroom Governor 55-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Chemistry Club 56-57. ELVIN DESHAZO Pilot Staff. BETTY DESLATTE GRA 56-585 FBLA 57-585 FHA 57-585 Homeroom Treasurer 57-58. JUDY DESLATTE FBLA 57-585 FHA.57-58. EARL DEYOUNG Honor Award 56-57. NORMAN DILL DE Club 56-58, Vice President 56-577 Homeroom Treasurer. THELMA DILL Homeroom Secretary 56-572 Annual Staff 57-587 Pilot Staff 57-587 JRC. GLEN DOIRON SARA DOMINGUEZ Hussars 56-587 GRA 55'58f Letter Girls 587 PNA 55'57i Annual Staff 57-587 Art Club 57-587 Camera Club 57-587 Spanish Club 55-58, President 57f Honor Award 57: FBLA 57-58. DENNIS DORMAN Homeroom Governor 57-58, Cabinet 57-582 Football 56-587 Heralds 57'58f Track 57, French Club 56-587 Rifle Club 57-58. GERALDINE DORMAN FHA, President 57-587 GRA 55-587 Camera Club, Historian-Parliamentarian 57-587 FBLA 56-577 Art Club 57-587 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 57-58. GARY DORSEY Football 55-58, All-District7 Track 56-58. RONALD DOTY LINDA DOUGLAS Cabinet 55-582 Spanish Club Treasurer 56, Reporter 57j GRA 55-562 Letter Girls 57- 58i FTA 57-587 Congress 57'58f Slide Rule Club 57'58f Meritorious Citation 56-577 Choir 56-587 Annual Staff 57-587 Heralds 57-58. MELBA DUBOSE Camera Club 57-587 JRC 56-577 Art Club 57'58f Repertoire Players 55'58j FNA 56'57j Band 55-56. VIVIEN DUGAS BEVERLY DUHON GRA 55-587 FHA Vice President 57-582 FNA 55-58. DAVID DUHON HARRY DU HON JRC 57-58. ,MQ POLLY DUNCAN Congress 55-565 Cabinet 55-585 Hussars 56-585 GRA 55-575 JRC 55-56. ROBERTA DUNKERLEY STEVE DUPUIS BETTY GAIL DURKE Meritorious Citation 56-575 Honor Award 55-565 Band 55-575 GRA 55-565 French Club 55-575 Homeroom Secretary 55-565 JRC 55-56. SHIRLEY DUROW Meritorious Citation 56-575 Band 55-585 French Club 55-585 Lady-in-Waiting 58. MONA EAST Homeroom Treasurer 55-565 JRC 56-575 Jacketeens 55-565 GRA 55-565 French Club 56-575 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-581 DANIEL EDGERLY DAVID EICHBLATT Meritorious Citation 57-585 Honor Award 56-575 Printers' Club 57-585 Slide Rule Club. ANN EISLER Heralds 55-58, Secretary 57-585 Band 55- 58, Color Guard 57-585 Spanish Club 55-565 FNA 56-575 GRA 55-585 Letter Girls 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Meritorious Citation 55-575'Homeroom Secretary 55-56, Congress 56-575 Honor Award. KAY ELLERBEE Sophomore Class Secretary 55-565 Spanish Club 55-565 FNA 55-565 Cabinet 56-575 Hussars 56-585 Chaplain 56-575 DE 57-58, President. DARN ELL ENGLISH Honor Award 55-565 FBLA 57-585 Home- room Cabinet 57-58, Lieutenant Governor5 JRC 56-57. MATTIE ESDAGNE Jacketeens 55-565 Homeroom JRC 56-57, Treasurer 55-565 FBLA 56-57. ALVIN ETHERIDGE Repertoire Players 56-585 Rifle Club 57-585 Track 56-585 Homeroom JRC 56-57, Lieuten- ant Governor 57-58, Governor 56-575 Master of Ceremonies 58. ELAINE FELDER Hussars 56-58, Reporter 575 Maiorette 57- 585 Choir 56-58, Reporter 56-585 Repertoire 55-58, Vice President 56-57, Secretary 57- 585 GRA 55-585 FBLA 56-58, Treasurer5 Tennis Club 55-565 Heralds 56-585 Glee Club 55-565 Homeroom Cabinet 57-58, Secretary 56-575 Honor Award 56-58. STEVE FELTMAN I" ' ' """"' Tfi GLEN FINLEY PAT FISHER Hussars 56-58, Historian 57, Assistant Instrument Quartermaster 57, President 57-58, Homeroom Governor 56, Congress 56-58, Rep.-at-Large 57-58, GSL 56-58, President 57-58, Cabinet 55-57, Treasurer 55-56, Court 56, Grand Duchess 58, Glee Club 55-56, Choir 57-58, GRA 55-585 Letter Girls 58, French Club 55-57, Pilot Staff 57-58, Section Editor. EDWARD FLORES Spanish Club 55-58, Annual Staff 57-58. MARCELA FLORES Spanish Club 55-58, Reporter 56, Vice President 57, FNA 55-56, GRA 55-58. JUDY FOUTS Band 55-58, Spanish Club 56-57, Honor Award 55-56, Meritorious Citation 56-57, FTA 57-58. CHARLOTTE FRANKLIN Band 55-58, Treasurer 56-57, Secretary 57-58, Homeroom Governor 56. WILFORD FRAIZER JCL 55-57, Chemistry Club 56-57, Heralcls 57-58, Homeroom Governor 55-57, Cabinet 55-57, Slide Rule Club 57-58, Rifle Club 57-58. HENRY FREDEMAN DONALD FREDRICKSON BILLY JOE FULLER ROBERT GALLION Band 57-58, Slide Rule Club 57-58. ROSE MARIE GARCIA GRA 55-57, JRC 56-57, spanish club 55-57, DE 57-58. RICHARD GARCIA Spanish Club 57-58. DAVID GARRETT Congress 57-58, Rifle Club 57-58, Print- ing Club 56-58, Treasurer 57. BILL GARRISON Slide Rule Club 57-58, Homeroom Gov- ernor 57-58, Cabinet 57-58, Rifle Club 56-57, JCL 57-58, Football Trainer 56-57. 'MAY GRADUATION ACTIVITIES" or SHUTTINC-5 THE BARN DOOR AFTER THE HORSE HAS FAILED" "lt's downhill now. I've got a "D" cinched." "Office slip" Matthews is quite comfortable as usual . . ." Billy "Grease" McEwan was al ways happy to explain the mys teries of the four-cycle gas en gine to interested Knot a require- mentj classmates. Now, Tommy Wilten, regardless of his seemingly smug face, undergoing the ticklish sensation brought about by a crumpled finger. You see, Tommy caught his finger in a sparkplug hole iust before the picture was taken. That's bad enough, but while Tom was patiently waiting for "J.C." to finish, Joan started slowly turning the fly wheel, and... WouIdn't you know it? Fifteen minutes after the bell and the Senior chemistry bugs are still at the grind. THIMKING up new hydrocarbon chains, no doubt. 42 f , -YQ, .if- .. i, il, X I i i Q x I ,W Il! 'wxwhlj V. W. GARTON, JR. Track 55-56, Debating Society 57-58. BARBARA GATLING FHA 55-56, Meritorious Citation 56-57, FBLA 56-57. RUTH GAUTHIER FBLA 56-58, DE Club 57-58, Secretary 57-58, GRA 55-56. TOM GIESEN Slide Rule Club 57-58, Choir 55-58, President 56-57, Vice President 57-58, Letter 56-57, Quartet 55-58, Homeroom Governor 57-58, JCL 55-57, Chemistry Club 56-57, Cabinet 57-58. JANICE GILBERT Spanish Club 55-56, Meritorious Citation 55-56, GRA 55-58, Hussars 56-58, FTA 56-58, Secretary 58, Slide Rule Club 57, Heralds 56-58, YELLOW JACKET Staff 57- 58, Homeroom Governor 55-56, Treasurer 56-57, Cabinet 55-56. KATIE GILBERT JCL 55-57, Heralds 56-58, Band 55-58, Homeroom Secretary 56-57. BRENDA GILLMAN Congress 57-58, Cabinet 55-58, Secretary 57-58, FTA 55-58, President 57, Heralds 56-58, Homeroom Governor 55-57, Honor Award 57. LU WANNA GIRARD DANIEL GIROUARD French Club 55-57, FBLA 57-58, Meritorious Citation 55-57. CLYDE GOFF Slide Rule Club. JACK GOFF Homeroom Governor 55-56, Intramurals 56-58, JCL 55, Proiectors Club 55-56, Court 58. GEORGE GONDRON Cheerleader 56-58, JCL 55-58, Heralds 56-57, Cabinet 55-57, Honor Award 55- 57, Slide Rule Club 58. JUAN GONZALES Spanish Club 57-58. ROSIE GONZALES Spanish Club 55-58, Homeroom Secretary 56-58, Camera Club 57-58, Art Club 57-58, Historian 57-58, GRA 55-58, Letter Girls 58, FHA 57-58, YELLOW JACKET Staff 57-58, Pilot Staff 57-58. DALE GOTHIA Art Club 55-56: Reoertnire Plaver.n:5zQ557, .V . , .. .,.,, L .-,--.4a.Ls.ea,.- ,.+,.-....am JERRY GOWER Annual Staff 57-585 DE Club 57-585 In- tramurals 55-565 JCL 55-5,75 Homeroom Treasurer 55-57. VICTOR GRAFFIO Intramurals 56-57. THOMAS GRAY Track 56-585 Slide Rule Club 57-58. Choir 56-58 55-58 55-56 55-58 Choir TRUDY GREEN WANDA GREEN Jacketeens 55-58. WILLIAM E. GREEN 55-58, Outstanding 55-56, Letter Student Director 56-58, Member Honor Award 55-565 Merit Award Meritorious Citation 56-575 JCL 5 Homeroom Governor Award 55-56. 1 1 2 WANETTA GRIMES 56-585 All-State Chorus 57-585 FHA 57-585 Honor Award 56-575 YELLOW JACKET Staff 57-58, Slide CHESTER GUIDRY LARRY GUIDRY Rule Club 57-585 Rifle Club 57-58. PHILIP GUIDRY TEDDY GUIDRY Intramurals 55-57. THOMAS M. GUNTNER DE 56-585 Intramurals 55-565 Cabinet 55-56. TOMMY HALL JCL 55-575 Proiectors Club 56-575 Home- Y'0OI'T1 Parliamentarian 57-585 JRC 56-585 Debate Club 57-58. GRA Club SANDRA HAMILTON 55-565 FBLA 57-585 JRC 56-575 Art 56-57. WADE HAMPTON Intramurals 55-585 Band 55-575 Homeroom Parlia mentarian 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-53- ,. ,e I , I 511. V5 .wrwili 55- f V k,V. L V. A BETTY HARRIS Chemistry Club 56-577 GRA 55-587 Letter Girls 57-587 Camera Club 57'58f Cabinet 57-587 FHA 56-587 Jacketeens 55-567 Honor Award 55-57. JIM HAVARD French Club 55-567 Chemistry Club 56-577 Slide Rule Club 57-587 Band 55-58, Man- ager 57-582 Jeftersonians 57-587 Heralds 57-581 Cabinet 56-587 Honor Award 55-57. JEFF HAYES Congress 57, President 57-587 Heralds 55- 58f Homeroom Governor 55'56i Football 55-567 Repertoire Players 57-587 Court 56, 58, Most Popular Boy 58. HAZEL HAYNES GRA 55-587 Heralds 55'56j Jacketeens 55-567 FBLA 56'58j Letter Girls 58, DARLENE HEATH Pilot Staff 57-587 GRA 55-587 Letter Girls 57'58f Team Manager 57-587 Homeroom Secretary 557 Repertoire Players 55'572 Tennis Club 55-577 Honor Award 57i JRC 58. BEVERLY HEBERT FAYE HEBERT Meritorious Citation 55'56f Cabinet 56-582 Congress 56'58f GSL 57-587 Tennis Club 55'57f French Club 55-577 FNA 55-587 Band 55-577 GRA 55-577 JRC 57'58j Her- alds 57-587 Honor Award 56157. JAMES HEBERT Football 56-577 Track 55-56. JOHN HEBERT Football 55-58, All-State 57-587 Baseball 56-587 Slide Rule Club 57-58. PAT HEBERT DE 56-sa. SYLVIA HEBERT DE 5Bf Tennis Club 56f Art Club 56-57. TOMMY H EBERT Track 55'58j Football 55-57. BOBBY HEBINCK HELEN HEIDINGSFELDER FNA 55-58, Reporter 57-587 Spanish Club 55'56i GRA 55'58f Honor Award 56-577 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 55-567 FHA 55-56. EDDIE HENDRIX GRA 56-57, FNA 56-57. LITICIA HERNANDEZ Jacketeens 55-565 FBLA 57-585 Spanish Club 585 GRA 55-57. LENIS HERPIN Football 55-585 French Club 56-575 Slide Rule Club 57-58. BRENDA HILL Homeroom Secretary 55-575 French Club 56-575 DE 57-58, Sweetheart 57-58. SONJA HINDS SUZY HODGES Band 55-565 Head Color Guard 57-585 Congress 55-58, Corresponding Secretary 57, Cabinet 55-585 JCL 55-585 GRA 55-585 Heralds 55-585 Court 575 Meritorious Ci- tation 56-575 Homeroom Secretary 575 Slide Rule Club 575 Court 58. GREALD HOELZER Football 55-585 Homeroom Treasurer 55-56. CHARLES HOFFPAUIR Football 55-575 Projectors Club 55. CAROLE ANN HOLMES Meritorious Citation 55-575 Band 55-58, Assistant Drum Major 56-58, Drum Maior 57-585 Heralds 56-585 JCL 55-575 GRA 55-585 Letter Girls 57-585 Cabinet 55-575 Congress 55-585 Slide Rule Club 57-58. CAROL HOLTER JCL 55-585 GRA 55-585 Heralds 57-585 Band 55-58, Jeffersonians 55-585 Choir 57-585 Letter Girls 57-585 Homeroom Congress 56-57, Governor 57-58, Cabinet 56-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Honor Award 56-57. JERRY HOLTMAN RICHARD HOLTMAN DOTTIE HONEYCUTT Hussars 56-58, Maiorette 57-585 French Club 55-575 GRA 55-585 Homeroom Cab- inet 56-58, Lieutenant Governor 56, Gov- ernor 585 Annual Staff 57-585 Copy5 FTA 55-565 Sophomore Posture Queen 55-565 Tennis Club 55-565 JRC 56-575 Honor Award 57-585 Posture Queen 58. BRIAN HOPKINS Pilot Staff 57-585 Rifle Club 57-585 Cab- inet 57-58. KENNETH HORN Slide Rule Club 57-58. FRANK HUBBARD Chemistry Club 56-585 Rifle Club 57-585 French Club 55-585 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 57-58. F , ,T?- SENIORS LEAD IN PLANNING CCNVENTION l t Go, Gold Busy making plans for another Gold victory in the coming election are members of the Gold Executive Com- mittee. Pictured, left to right, are: Jerry Peckham, Chairman, Nan Sad- ler, Dottie Honeycutt, Susan Young- blood, Mary Thrace Scott, B. J. Gra- lino, Bill Fleming, and Perry Fleckman. Making plans to attend the Southern Association of Student Councils are Miss Dunn, S.B.C. spon- sor, Jett Hayes, S,B.C. President, and Nancy Cres- well, S.B.C. Vice President. , .....1-4 Yea! Maroons The Cowboy stands as a symbol for all loyal Maroons. Members of the Executive Committee planning a spring election victory are, standing: Darrell Evans, Robert Benfield, Melvin Borel and Billy Barrett. Seated are: Karen Politte, Cammie Oliver, and Carol Smith. 47 JOHN HUEBEL Slide Rule Club 57-587 JCL 55'56f Chem- istry Club 56-57. RAYMOND HUEBEL Meritorious Citation 55"56j Slide Rule Club 57-58. PATSY H UTTON JCL 55'56f Camera Club Secretary 57-587 Art Club 57-587 Jacketeens 55-567 FNA 56-577 Pilot Staff 57-58. RUBEN INFANTE PATRICIA JACKSON Letter Girls 58f GRA 55'58f Jacketeens 55-58, Vice President 56-57, President 57-58. CAROLYN JACOBS GRA 55-58, FNA 55-55, JCL 55-57. DICKIE JACOBS Slide Rule Club 57-587 Repertoire Players 57-587 Track 56-577 JRC 57-58. FRANK JAETZOLD Congress 55'56f Honor Award 55-56. BERTHA JEFFERSON FNA 55-561 FBLA 56-587 Homeroom Treas- urer 55-56, Secretary 56-577 Glee Club 56-577 Choir 57-58. ANNA LOIS JOHNSON FBLA 56-577 GRA 55-55, FHA 55-55. MARY ANN JOHNSON FHA 55'58j JCL 55-587 FTA 57-587 Jacket- eens 55'56f Honor Award 55-572 Meritor- ious Citation 55-56. SHERRY JOHNSON Spanish Club 56-577 Heralds 55'58j JRC 56-577 GRA 55'58j Meritorious Citation 56-577 Letter Girls 587 Slide Rule Club 57-58. GERALD ANN JOHNSON GRA 55-577 Heralds 55-58. SUE CAROL JOHNSTONE GRA 55-587 Spanish Club 56-577 ,FBLA 56-58, Secretary 57-587 Homeroom Secre- tary 56-57. CLYDE JONES r ' ' ' 'l DONNA JONES Homeroom Governor 56-577 Cabinet 56 57f French Club 56-577 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58. WELBORN JONES DE Club 56-58. KENNETH JORDAN Radio Club 57-58. PAT JORDAN GRA 55-567 Homeroom Governor 56'57f JRC 55-56. DICK JUSTISS Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 57-587 Rifle Club 57'58i Slide Rule Club 57-58 JAMES KASPER MIKE KENDRICK Intramurals 55-567 Pilot Staff 55-56. EDDIE KESSEY Intramurals 55'56I Meritorious Citation 562 Rifle Club 57-58. PAUL KIBBE Intramurals 56-577 Printing Club 57-58. ANNA KILLGORE GRA 55-587 Spanish Club 56-577 Heralds 57-587 FBLA, Reporter 57-587 Meritorious Citation 55-57. INA KILLGORE FBLA President 57-587 Heralds 56-587 Spanish Club 56-577 GRA 56-581 Congress 55-567 Cabinet 55-587 Meritorious Cita- tion 55-57. JO MARIE KLEBBA FHA 55'58f FBLA 56-577 Jacketeens Treas- urer 55-567 GRA 55-587 Meritorious Cita- tion 55-567 Honor Award 55'57f Camera Club 57-587 Letter Girls 57-587 Homeroom Treasurer 55-56, Secretary 57'58f Chemistry Club 57-58. JERRY KLUTZ Band 55-567 Proiectors Club 55-57. SUE ELLEN KNIGHT Homeroom Governor 55, Cabinet 557 GRA 557 JRC 57-587 FBLA 57-587 French Club 55-57. MARY BELLE LABOUVE DE 56-58, Treasurer 57-587 Jacketeens 55-56. , Y. , , - I ,M,,, w Y V Nia JANE LAKIE I-Iussars 56-587 Meritorious Citation 55-567 Honor Award 55-577 FTA 55-58, Honor Award 56-57, Treasurer 56, Chaplain 56- 571 Chemistry Club 56'57f Slide Rule Club 57f Homeroom Governor 55-56, Treasurer 561 GRA 55'56f Letter Girls 57-587 Re- porter 57-587 JCL 55-58, Scribe 56-577 Cabinet 55-56. CLIFTON LANDRY JRC 577 French Club 57-587 Chemistry Club 572 Camera Club 587 Slide Rule Club 58f Meritorious Citation 56-57. WILLIAM JOSEPH LANDRY GEORGE LANGDON JCL 55'57f Chemistry Club 55-57, Par- liamentariam Honor Award 55-567 Meri- torious Citation 56'57f Slide.Rule 57-58. RONALD LANGLOIS ,MARGARET LA FLEUR DE Club 57-587 Jacketeens 55-56. LARRY LA GRONE Honor Award 56-577 Intramurals 55-567 Band 55-56. RAY ALLEN LEBLANC DIANNE LEWALLEN Lieutenant Governor 56-577 FNA 55-567 FTA 56-577 GRA 55-577 Heralds 55-562 Honor Award 56-57. MYRA LEWIS GRA 567 Tennis Club 562 FNA 57j Span- ish Club 57j Art Club 58ji Camera Club 587 Jacketeens 56. SUZANNE LEE Cabinet 55-567 Congress 572 FBLA 55-567 French Club 55-567 Heralds 55-567 Art Club 55-567 GRA 55-561 Tennis Club 56-577 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58, MOLLY LIBY Congress 55'58f Homeroom Officer 577 French Club 55-577 Cabinet 55'58f Choir 56-587 GRA 55'58j Honor Award 55-577 Sextette 56-57. EDWARD LINDGREN Meritorious Citation 56f JCL 55-577 Chem- istry Club 56-572 JRC 57-582 Intramurals 55'56j Slide Rule Club 57-587 Heralds 57'58I Honor Award 55-57. SUSAN LIPPINCOTT Band 56-58, FTA 56-57. BILLY LITCHFIELD French Club 56-577 Slide Rule Club 582 Heralds 587 Track 58. r V17 BILLY LITCHFIELD Camera Club 55-577 Football Manager 56- 582 Slide Rule Club 57-587 Cabinet 57- 582 Honor Award 56. BRENDA LOGAN Cabinet 55'57j French Club 55-577 Her- alds 55-582 FBLA 56-577 GRA 55-577 Art Club 57-587 FTA 57-587 Camera Club 57-58. SHIRLEY LOGAN Heralds 57-587 Band 56-58, Maiorette 57- 58f JCL 55-567 GRA 55-587 Cabinet 55-567 FTA 57-587 FBLA 57-587 Homeroom Treas- urer 56-57. BARBARA LOGUE ROSALIE LONA GRA 55-582 Jacketeens 55-567 FBLA 56-577 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-587 Letter Girls 58. SHIRLEY LONG JCL 56-581 Camera Club 58f Chemistry Club 58. DAVID LONGENBURGER Band 55'58j Meritorious Citation 55'57f French Club 55-577 Heralds 57-587 Debate Club 55-567 Repertoire Players 56-577 Chemistry Club 56-577 Congress 55-562 Cabinet 57-587 Slide Rule Club 57-582 Homeroom Governor 56-57. ROBERT LOPEZ Baseball 57. ROBERT G. LOPEZ DARRYLE LORMAND GLENDA LOWTHER JCL 55-577 GRA 55-577 Leliel' Girls 57-587 Slide Rule Club 57-587 Band 56-587 Meri- torious Citation 56f Homeroom Secretary 55-56. CYNTHIA LUMPKIN Hussars 567 GRA 5,5-567 FNA 57f Glee Club 57-58. SUZANNE LUQUETTE Meritorious Citation 55"56j GRA 55-567 Letter Girls 57-587 JCL 55-58, First Consul 56-572 JRC 55-567 Hussars 56'58f Debate Club 55-567 Heralds 57-587 Chemistry Club 56-577 Homeroom Secretary 57-58, Treas- urer 56-57. NETTIE LYND JANICE MCBRIDE Cabinet 55-567 Meritorious Citation 56-577 Court 577 Cheerleader 57-587 JCL 55-577 GRA b5'58f Heralds 56-587 FBLA 56-587 Repertoire Players 55-567 Homeroom Sec- retarv 56-58. SENIORS PLAN FOR COMING ACTIVITIES 1 I Senior Cabinet members are, first row, left to right: Barras, Honey- cutt, Sibley, Hodges, Barrett, Simp- son, Brantley, Skillman, Allbriton, Felder, Willoughby, Scott, Carr, Maiors, Douglas, Youngblood, and DeJean. Second row: Lindgren, Bartlett, Demler, Litchfield, Davis, Holter, Boyd, Burris, Skaff, Liby, Mathis, Brown, DeCluitt, and Vaughan. Third row: Garrison, Longenberger, Havard, Giesen, Bussey, Manley, Batic, Rowland, Glutz. Fourth row: Webb, Camp- Gillman, Murphy, Hebert, and bell, Teel, and Porter. Making straight "A's" calls for more study than these carefree smiles might indicate. However, these made the honor roll during the second nine weeks. Seated are: Julu Sloan, Dolly McBride, Barbara McKinley, Anna Ray Scott, and Patricia Boland. Standing are: Suzy Hodges, Carolyn Swartz, .loan McMonagle, lan Killgore, Linda Ulbrich and Sharon Stansell. Not pictured are: Joy Barron, Linda Douglas, Glynda Lowther, Larry Pardue, Gail Patin, and Judy Rowland. 52 "How shall we decorate it?" wonder members of the Decoration Committee for the Senior Ball. They are: Kay Vaughan, Molly Liby, Faye Hebert, Shelia McCarthy and Robert Demler. I ""7 1 SH EILA MCCARTHY JCL 55-575 Heralds 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Honor Award 55-565 Hussars 56- 585 GRA 56-585 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-585 FTA 55-565 Congress 55-58. BOBBIE MCCORVY GRA 55-57, JRC 55, FBLA 57-585 Tennis Club 57. EDDIE MCCORVY JCL 55-55, Slide Rule Club 57-58. BILL MCDONALD JCL 55-565 Heralds 575 Annual Staff 58. ROSA CATHERINE MCDONALD JCL 55-565 Annual Staff 57-585 FHA 55-565 GRA 55-585 Camera Club 56-57. BILL MCEWIN Camera Club 56-575 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Honor Award 55-565 Meritorious Citation 56-575 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 57-585 Radio Club 57-58. BARBARA MCGLOTHLEN FNA 55-58, Historian 57-585 French Club 55-575 JCL 57-585 Tennis Club 55-575 GRA 55-585 Letter Girls 57-585 Cabinet 55-58. THERESA FALCON MCGRAW GRA 54-55, DE 57-58. MELAINE MCGULF Band 55-58, Historian 57-585 Honor Award 55-575 Heralds 57-585 GRA 55-585 Letter Girls 585 Homeroom Treasurer 56-57. SAM MCKENZIE BARBARA MCKINLEY FHA 555 Hussars 56-585 FBLA 57-585 Homeroom Secretary 57-585 Congress 575 GRA 56-585 Letter Girls 57-58, Secretary, Treasurer 575 Meritorious Citation. LEROY MCLAUREN PEGGY MCLEOD Homeroom Governor 55-56, Treasurer 57- 585 GRA 56-58. JOHN MCMAHON Band 55-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Chem- istry Club 56-575 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 56-575 French Club 56-57 Meri- torious Citation 55-565 Intramurals. BILL MCMILLAN T.-,fb :neun JOAN MCMONAGLE Jacketeens 55-587 Meritorious Citation 55- 57j Tennis Club 56-577 GRA 55-587 Home- room Parliamentarian 55-56. MIRIAM MCREYNOLDS Homeroom Secretary 56-57, Lieutenant Governor 55-567 Cabinet 57-587 French Club 55-567 Art Club 56-58, Secretary 57-58. BETH MAJORS Band 55-58, Maiorette 57-58, Treasurer 57-58, Sweetheart 57-587 Cabinet 55-56, 57-587 Homeroom Secretary 56-577 GRA 55-577 JCL 56-587 Meritorious Citation 55'57f Slide Rule Club 57-581 Chemistry Club 57-58, Heralds 57-58. PAM MAN LEY Homeroom Governor 56-587 Cabinet 55- 587 Congress 55-567 GRA 55-587 Letter Girls 57-587 JCL 55-587 Debate Club 55-567 Slide Rule Club 57-587 Hussars 56-58, Uniform Quartermaster 57-587 Heralds 56- 58i Honor Award 562 Meritorious Citation 56-57. WALLACE MARCANTEL DARRELL MARCHAND KAY MARSCH FTA 55-58, Co-Editor 56-57, Vice President 57-587 Choir 57-58, Sextet 57'58j Art Club 55-587 Repertoire Players 55'58f JRC 57- 587 GRA 55-587 Letter Girls 58. GEORGE MARTIN Radio Club President 57-587 Slide Rule Club 57-58. ROSA MARTINEZ Spanish Club 55-57. STELLA MARTINEZ Cabinet 55-567 Spanish Club 55-567 GRA 55-577 DE 57-58. GAY MATHIS GRA 55-587 Letter Girls 57-58, Vice Presi- dent 57-587 Cabinet 55-56, 57-587 Con- gress 57-587 JCL 56-58, Hussars 56-587 Honor Award 55-567 Glee Club 57-58. JERRY GLYNN MATTHEWS Cheerleader 57'58f Band 55'58j JCL 55-587 GRA 55-587 Congress 56-577 Cabinet 56-577 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 55-567 Honor Award 55-567 Heralds 57-58. EUGENE MAYER Aff Club 57-sa. NANCY MELANCON DE 57-sa. ALlCE MELTON Jacketeens 577 FHA 577 Art Club 56, FB LA 57. I i7 1 ROLAND MEN DOZA JRC 57-58. JOHN JAY MERREN JCL 56-577 Chemistry Club 56-587 Merl- torious Citation 55'58f Slide Rule Club 57-58. CAROLYN MILLER FHA 567 Homeroom Secretary 58. LINDA MILLER FNA 55-58, GRA 57. MEDORA MILLER THEODORE MILLER Pilot Staff 57-587 Circulation Manager 58. BEVERLY MIRE Hussars 56-587 Homeroom Secretary 56-577 GRA 56-587 Camera Club 56-577 Tennis Club 56-577 French Club 56-577 DE Club 57-58. GLORIA MIRE Art Club 55-562 Meritorious Citation 56-587 Hussars 56-587 GRA 55'58j Letter Girls 58f Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 56- 57, Treasurer 57-587 Heralds 58. MARILYN MITSCHKE GRA 55-567 FBLA 55-58. WALTER MITSCHKE THOMAS MIZELL FREDDY MOAK Homeroom Treasurer 55. DEANNA MOLAISON Pilot Staff 577 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58. CHARLES MONCRIEF Football Manager 56-58. LAUNEY MORALES OSCAR MORALES Printing Club 57-58. JIMMY MORGAN Track 55-585 Rifle Club 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Homeroom Governor 57-58. LOUIS MORGAN DE 57-58. L i l l BETTY JO MORRIS Jacketeens 55-565 FBLA 56-57. , BARBARA MORVENT 1 oe 55-58 PENNY Moss it French Club 55-575 GRA 55-58. l PHILLIP MUCKELRATH L COY MULLEN BETTY MURPHEY Annual Staff 57 58 LYNDA NABOURS JCL 57-58' Heralds 56-58- Tennis Club 58 GRA 56-58 PEGGY NELSON Editor 57-58, Homeroom Secretary 55-56 585 JCL 56-57- GRA 55-56- Hussars 56-58 Honor Award 56-57 MARGARET NEWMAN Congress 55-575 Cabinet 55-57- Heralds 55-585 GRA 55-57- Letter Girls 55-58 Team Manager 585 JRC 55- Art Club 56 575 Yellow Jacket Staff 55-56- Tennis Club 55-56' FHA 55 Officer 55 KENNETH NOACK Honor Award 55 56 Basketball 55 56 BARBARA NOEL French Club 56 57 JENNILOU NOWLIN JCL 55-58, Band 55-58 Honor Award 55-565 Meritorious Citation 56-575 Home- room 56-57. ,ig :V 3 Pilot Staff, Club Editor 56-57, Associate , Treasurer 56-57, Lieutenant Governor 57- -3 ,xl N, , X -XWi - 1 A SENIORS . . . GO! GO! GO! ii f l. 2: .ts X Wyatt Earp's visit to the pep rally was one of the outstanding highlights of Texas Day. This Was One of the Best Rallies of the Year All packed and ready to go to the D.E. convention are delegates Carolyn Bigler, Kay Ellerbee, Brenda Hill, sweetheart, and Pat Sabo. Squeezed into "the back room" of 249 are members ot the annual staff shown here assembling the tinal shipment of copy. MICKEY O'GRADY RONALD OLIVER JRC 57, Slide Rule Club 57-sa. KAREN OOSTERHOUT Homeroom Treasurer 55, Secretary 56: FTA 55-58, President 572 GRA 55-577 JCL 55-587 Meritorious Citation 56f Honor Award 57. KAYE OOSTERHOUT Spanish Club 55'57f GRA 55-587 FBLA 56'58f JCL 57-587 Heralds 56'58f Home- room Secretary 55-56, Treasurer 56-57. DONNIE ORR Congress 55'56i Chemistry Club 56-577 Homeroom Governor 55'56f Band 55-58, Officer 57-587 JCL 55-577 Rifle Club 57-587 Slide Rule Club 57-58. JOYCE ORTEGO FBLA 56-587 GRA 55'58f Jacketeens 55-56. CLEORA OUBRE FNA 55-58, Secretary 57-587 GRA 55-587 Letter Girls 57-582 FHA 57-58, Treasurer 57-58. DIANN OWEN GRA 55'56f FNA 57-587 Jacketeens 557 JCL 56-57. CLYDE OWENS Intramurals 567 FBLA 57: Art Club 58. RUSSELL PAINTON Homeroom Treasurer 56-57, Lieutenant Governor 57'58j Honor Award 55-567 Rifle Club 57'58f Slide Rule Club 57-58. JOHN PALMER French Club 55-587 Art Club 55-567 Reper- toire Players 56-58, Vice President 57-581 Band 55-567 Homeroom Governor 55, Lieutenant Governor 55-567 Slide Rule Club 57-58. MILTON PANSANO LARRY PARDUE Chemistry Club 56-577 Slide Rule Club 572 JCL 55-587 Meritorious Citation 55-577 Honor Award 56. EARL PARKS NANCY PARSLEY FNA 55-587 French Club 56-587 FHA 55- 58i GRA 55'56j Honor Award 57. r - -. -- .-.-.....,-, 1 GAIL PATIN GRA 56-585 Letter Girls 585 Heralds 57-585 Cabinet 55-56, Corresponding Secretary5 Congress 57-58, Secretary 57-585 Hussars 56-58, Assistant Uniform Quartermaster 56-575 French Club 56-575 FBLA 57-585 Homeroom Governor 55-56, Lieutenant Governor 56-575 Honor Award 565 COUFT 56, Court 58. RUBY PATTON Heralds 56-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Jacketeens 55-56. JERRY PECKHAM JCL 55-575 JRC 55-585 Intramurals 55-565 Meritorious Citation 55-565 Camera Club Cabinet 56-575 Slide Rule Club 57-58. DON PERIOU LUCILLE PERKINS Meritorious Citation 55-575 Jacketeens 57- 585 Honor Award 55-56. VERONICA PEVETO FNA 55-575 Glee Club 56-575 Choir 57-585 JRC 56-585 Jacketeens 55-56. BANKER PHARES Basketball 55-565 JCL 55-575 Homeroom Governor 55-56, Treasurer 56-575 Heralds 57-585 Cabinet 55-56. CAROLYN PHILLIPS ELIZABETH POCHE BROOKS PORTER Meritorious Citation 55-565 Basketball 55- 585 JCL 56-585 Heralds 55-58, Vice Presi- dent 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 JRC 55-585 Rifle Club 57-58. JANE PORTER GRA 55-565 JCL 55-57. PATRICIA POWELL FHA 55-sa. JEAN PROVENZANO Homeroom Governor 55-56, Lieutenant Governor 56-585 Choir 56-58, Historian 57-58, Sextet 56-585 French 55-58. JANICE PRYOR JRC 55-565 GRA 55-585 Repertoire Players 57-585 Honor Award 55-565 JCL 55-57. CHARLES RADUSCH Choir 55-585 Repertoire Players 57-58. ,WMV E., - .lat ROMEO RAMIREZ Tennis Team 55-577 JRC 56-587 Pilot Staff 57-587 Manager 57-58. BETTY RANDALL JCL 55'57j French Club 57-587 Art Club 57-587 GRA 55-582 Glee Club, 55-562 Choir 56-57, Secretary 56-57. LEONARD RANSNETTE Art Club 55-567 Intramurals 55-56. DAVID READ Meritorious Citation 56f Debate Club 55- 567 JCL 55-577 Slide Rule Club 57-587 Repertoire Players 56-572 Chemistry Club 56-572 Rifle Club 57-58. CLINTON REBERT Track 55'56f Pilot Staff 57-58. MARY MAY REEVES PNA 55-56, FTA 57-58, GRA 55-57. AUGUST RUINER DE 55-58. LARRY RHODES Slide Rule Club 57-58j Meritorious Cita- tion 55-56. RONALD RICHARD Repertoire Players 57-587 Print Club 57- 582 Rifle Club 57-58. ANN RICHARDSON CHARLEEN RICHKER Honor Award 57-587 JCL 56-581 Slide Rule 58f Heralds 57-581 Repertoire Players 567 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 562 JRC 58. SANDRA RILEY Honor Award 56-577 FBLA 56-577 FHA 55-567 Jacketeens 55-567 JRC 56-571 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58. ANNIE RUTH ROBIN KATHRYN ROGERS Choir 56-58, Sextet 56-577 JCL 55'57f Congress 58. MICHEAL ROSS DE 57-58. r f - si J U DY ROWLAN D Band 55-582 FTA 57-587 Heralds 57-587 JCL 56-577 Homeroom Congress 55-56, Cabinet 55-58, Governor 57-587 Spanish Club 55-567 Meritorious Citation 55-57. ROSE MARY RUMMEL Band 55'58f Letter Girls 57-587 GRA 55- 58: Slide Rule Club 57'58f Chemistry Club 57-587 Honor Award 55-58. EYVONNE RYDER JAMES RYD E R Football 55-57. ' PAT ,SABO DE 57-sa, JRC 56. SHIRLEY SALINAS LINDA SANDERS Glee Club 55'56f GRA 55-567 FTA 55-567 Art Club 55-587 Jacketeens 55-561 Camera Club 55-57, Treasurer 577 Repertoire 57-58. ANNA RAY SCOTT Homeroom Cabinet 55-58, Congress 55-56, Governor 56'58f Court 57, Queen 581 Tennis Club 56-587 GRA 55-587 Letter Girls 57-58, Team Manager 587 Chemistry Club 56'57j Posture Queen 57j FTA 55-58, Secretary7 Heralds 55-587 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58. BETTY SCOTT BOBBY SCOTT Slide Rule Club 57-587 Rifle Club 57-58, Vice President 57'58f Honor Award 55-56. KATHY SCOTT Hussars 56-587 Homeroom Cabinet 55-56, Governor 55-56, Secretary 56-587 GRA 55- SBI Letter Girls 58j Art Club 557 Pilot Staff 56-587 Annual Staff 57-587 French Club 55-577 Honor Award 56-577 Chem- istry Club 57-58. MAXI N E SCOTT GEORGE SCULLY DE 57-58. WALT SHARP Basketball 55-587 Slide Rule Club 57'58f Honor Award 55-577 Gentleman-in-Wait- ing 58. DAVID SHEPHARD Band 55-587 Quartermaster 57-58, Jeffer- sonians 57-587 Homeroom Lieutenant Gov- ernor 55-567 Slide Rule Club 57-587 I SENIORS ENJOY TEXAS DAY One of the high- lights of the Texas Day Assembly pro- gram was the "Fon- tenot," and "Thibo- deoux" s k it b y Gary Dorsey and Melvin Borel. A typical example o f t h e Western style duel, shown here by G l e n n Swearington a n d Jimmy Morgan. I , These "Wild Tex- ans" shown here are ready to shoot anything or anyone that get in their way. THOMAS SHORT Slide Rule Club 57-58. JURDIS SIBLEY JCL 55-565 GRA 55-575 JRC 55-585 Hussars 55-565 Heralds 57-585 Congress 57-585 Cabinet 57-58. DAVID SIMMONS Homeroom Governor 55-56, Lieutenant Governor 56-57, Secretary 57-585 Foot- ball 55-585 Baseball 56-585 Cabinet 55-565 Slide Rule Club 57-58. SHIRLEY SIMPSON Bnad 55-58, Head Maiorette 57-585 Cab- inet 55-565 Homeroom Lieutenant Gov- ernor 57-585 JCL 55-575 Heralds 55-585 GRA 57-585 Chemistry Club 57-585 Foot- ball Sweetheart 58. CAROL SIMS GRA 55-55, FTA 56-57. DOROTHY SIMS FBLA 575 French Club 55-565 FNA 56- GRA 55-575 JRC 56. 1 NANCY SIMS JCL 55-56 Hussars 56-585 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-585 Homeroom Treasurer 56-57. CALVIN SINCLAIR Slide Rule Club 55-565 Intramurals 55-56. FORREST SINGLETERRY PATTY SKAFF GRA 55-585 Art Club 57-585 JCL 56-585 Homeroom Governor 55-56, 57-585 Cabinet 56-575 Pilot Staff 56-575 Repertoire Play- ers 55-565 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Honor Award 56-57. SUELLA SKILLMAN FTA 56-585 Spanish Club 55-575 Band 55-58, Jeftersonians 57-585 GRA 55-585 Heralds 57-585 Homeroom Lieutenant Gov- ernor 56-575 Cabinet 57-58. .IULU SLOAN GRA 55-585 JcL 55-575 FTA 57-58, FBLA 57-585 Honor Award 56-575 FHA 55-58, Vice President 55-575 FNA 56-57. I MICHAEL SLOTT Football 55-565 Debate Club 57-58, Vice President 585 Homeroom Governor 565 Track 565 Congress 555 Intramurals 57. BARBARA SMITH Hussars 56-585 French Club 56-575 Cabinet 55-565 GRA 56-575 FBLA 57-585 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 57-58, Secretary 56- 575 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58, Associate Editor. CAROL SMITH Hussars 56-58, Maiorette 57-585 French Club 55-575 JRC 57-58, Secretary 57-585 Homeroom Secretary 56-57, Treasurer 55- 565 Meritorious Citation 55-585 Band 55- 562 FBLA ,SZTQQL CAROLOVE SMITH Spanish Club 55-587 Honor Award 55-56, Meritorious Citation 55'57f GRA 55'58f Yellow Jacket Staff, Section Editor 57-587 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 55-56 Treasurer 56-577 Chemistry Club 56-57. DANIEL SMITH EMMA SMITH French Club 55-577 GRA 55-58j Heralds 55-567 FBLA 58. GLEN DA SMITH FBLA 57-58. KAREN SOLBERG Hussars 56-577 Meritorious Citation 577 Honor Award 57j JCL 55'57f Yellow Jacket Staff, Section Editor 57f Pilot Staff 577 GRA 55'57f FNA 557 FTA 56f Art Club 55-56. ANNA MARIE SOLIS Spanish Club 56-58. GLORIA SONS ANNETTE SONSTEBYE MELINDA SOUTHERLAND GRA 55'56j Homeroom Treasurer 55'56j Yellow Jacket Staff 57-587 FBLA 57-58. THOMAS STACK Band 55-59, Slide Rule Club 57-SB. J O E STAGGS RONNIE STANLEY Football 55-sa, All-State ss: Basketball 55-582 Baseball 55'58f Court 56, King 582 Homeroom Governor 56-577 Cabinet 56-57. SHARON STANSELL Meritorious Citation 55-577 FTA 55'57i Choir 56-58, Secretary 57-587 Sextet 57-587 Heralds 56-587 JCL 55-577 Debate Club 55-562 FTA 55-58, Parliamentarian 56-577 Tennis Club 57-58. MALINDA STEPHENSON Honor Award 55'57j JCL 56-587 Slide Rule Club 57-587 GRA 55-577 Chemistry Club 57-587 Heralds 56-581 Congress 56- 577 Cabinet 56-57. RUTH STILWELL GRA 55-56, FBLA 56-587 Armal Staff 57-ss. I ,V , Ill, -- I .1l,xl,lL.l cw- ll I rl? -2 llil,-L ,-,, 'l,,-,,,lcl.u ?-193 FW' 55793531 LYN DA STO KES Heralds 56-585 Repertoire Players 55-575 French Club 56-585 GRA 55-575 Letter Girls 57-585 Honor Award 55-57. PHILIP STRANAHAN Slide Rule Club 57-585 Chemistry Club 56-575 Tennis 56-575 Spanish Club 55-56. Q MARY STRAUB FTA 55-58, Secretary 56, Vice President 575 JCL 55-58, Second Consul 56-575 Meritorious Citation 55-575 JRC 55-56, Secretary 55-565 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Heralds 55-585 GRA 55-585 Letter Girls 57-58. RAYMOND STROTHER Track 55-585 Rifle Club 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-58. BETTY SUMMER Homeroom Treasurer 57-58. MYRNA SUMMERLIN GRA 55-585 FBLA 57-585 Glee Club 57-585 FNA 55-575 FHA 57-585 JRC 55. PHIL SUMMERLIN Pilot Staff 56-58, Managing Editor 56-57, Edtior 57-585 Chemistry Club 575 Honor Award 56-575 Ritle Club 57-585 Tennis 55-565 Repertoire Players 57-58. PAT SWANZY Football 56-575 Homeroom Secretary 55-56, Treasurer 56-57, Governor 57. CAROLYN SWARTZ Meritorious Citation 55-575 Honor Award 55-565 Heralds 55-585 French Club 55-585 FTA 57-585 Band 55-585 Homeroom Lieuten- ant Governor 56-57, Treasurer 57-58. GLEN SWEARINGEN Track 555 Spanish Club 575 Slide Rule Club 57. CHARLOTTE TAHANEY Hussars 56-585 Heralds 56-575 Spanish Club 56-585 FHA 57-585 GRA 56-585 Letter Girls 585 FTA 57-58. JOHN TAYLOR MARLENE TAYLOR FBLA 56-575 Jacketeens 57-58. TOMMY TEEL JAMES TEINERT Annual Staff 57-585 Football 55-565 Rifle Club 55. f ff' ' , . ., f L4 wi FRANK TELLER JCL 55-577 Band 55-58, Assistant Quarter- master 56-57, Quartermaster 57-58, Jet- tersonians 56-587 Slide Rule Club 57-58. SANDRA TEMPLE FBLA 56-57. SIDNEY TEMPLE Slide Rule Club 57-58, Homeroom Gov- ernor 55-56f Chemistry Club 56-57, Art Club 55-56, Basketball 55-56, JOYCE TERRELL FNA 55-58. THERESA THOMAS Heralds 56-585 Hussars 56-58, Pilot Staff 57, Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58, Section Editor 57, Editor 58, GRA 56-58, Spanish Club 56, Honor Award 56-587 Letter Girls 58, Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 55-58. DAVID THOMPSON ARTIE THORNTON JRC 55-57, JCL 55-57, Intramurals 55-56, Honor Award 55-56, Heralds 57-58, Chem- istry Club 57-585 Slide Rule Club 57-58. ALMA TIBBETTS FNA 55-57, GRA 55, Pilot Staff 56-57, JRC 55. JACK TRAHAN Slide Rule Club 57-58. DOROTHY TRAVIS FNA 55-57, Honor Award 57. EDITH TREIBEL Band 55-58, Assistant Secretary 56-57, FBLA 56-57, Heralds 57-587 Homeroom Treasurer 57-585 Honor Award 56-57. LORA LEE TYSON FTA 55-58, GRA 55-58, cabinet 55-55. LINDA ULBRICH Meritorious Citation 55-57, GRA 55-58, Letter Girls, President 57-58, JCL 56-58, Slide Rule Club 57-587 Cabinet 56-57, Bulletin Scribe 55-56. ROSE VALDEZ Spanish Club 55-56, DE 57-58. GRETCH EN VAN DERDOES DIPLOMA IS PRIZED OBJECTIVE Senior class rings, a crisp new di- ploma, and memories ot happy days will always recall TJ High to the minds of 500 or more members of the grad- uating class of '58, N if W V' M gkjqfvg-,.,.1:"Q3'Q?5'f" . iz, A' ' 'P I i A wif ' 7, Us I A Z-94" Plans for a Class Day that will raise "goose bumps" a mile high when the Class of '58 goes marching in are getting an early rundown by the committee made up of Polly Dun- can, Rie Carr, Dottie Honeycutt, Lillie Bartlett, and David Longenberger. That real doll character is "Angel"- just right for autographs, Ooops! The camera tlash didn't go off on this one, and Texas Day planners had to sit very still -couldn't even laugh at Beth's trying on the hat. They are Mickey Walker, Beth Majors, Pam Manley, and Suzy Hodges. Their planning resulted in one of the best celebrations ever. CARL VAUGHN JCL 55-577 Homeroom Lieutenant Gov- ernor 55-577 Debate Club, President 57. KAY VAUGHN Cabinet 56-587 Congress 56-577 Home- room Secretary 56-57, Governor 57-58, Lieutenant Governor 56f Yellow Jacket Staff 587 Honor Award 57f Hussars 56-58, Assistant Instrument Quartermaster 56-577 GRA 56-587 Art Club 56-577 Spanish Club 56-577 Heralds 57-587 Annual Staff 57-58. NORMA VERNON Band 55-58.- LANA VINCENT JRC 55'56f French Club 55-577 FBLA 56- 572 Heralds 57-587 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-587 FTA 55-56. MARGARET VINCENT FNA 55'58f GRA 55-56. SHEILA VOLPI WILBUR WAGONER GERALD WAITES DE Club, President 56-57. JOHN EARL WALDING Choir 55'56j Spanish Club 55'58j Chem- istry Club 56-587 Camera Club 57-587 Slide Rule Club 57-587 Heralcls 56-58. MICKEY WALKER Homeroom Congressman 55-58, Governor 56-577 Parliamentarian SBC 56'57j Slide Rule Club 577 Band 55-587 Cabinet 55-587 Intramurals 55-587 All-State 57-587 Court 58, Grand Duke. RAY WALSTON DE 56-587 Proiector Club 55-56. JOE WARLICK Slide Rule Club 57: Rifle Club 57-587 Track 55-58. CHARLES WATKINS Band 55-58, Jeffersonians 55-587 Slide Rule Club 58j Intramurals 557 Camera Club 57j Annual Photographer 58, EUGENE J. WEBB JCL 55'57j JRC 55-577 Slide Rule Club 57'58j Chemistry Club 56-577 President Senior Class 57-587 Homeroom Lieutenant Governor 55-56. FRANKIE WEBB f27 or W..-C-.vw -W W f PAT WEBER Meritorious Citation 55-562 DE 57-587 Homeroom Cabinet 55-56, Parliamentarian 56, Governor 55-56, Lieutenant Governor 55'56f Spanish Club 55'56j Court Digni- tary 58. LINDA WEEKS FBLA 55-57. MARIE WEEKS FTA 56-587 Band 55-577 Slide Rule Club 57-587 JCL 55-58. RONALD WEHMEYER PATSY WERNER Hussars 56-587 DE 57-587 Homeroom Gov- ernor 577 Tennis Club 56-577 GRA 55-57. SH ERYL WEST French Club 55'57f GRA 55-571 Glee Club 55'56f JRC 56-587 Choir 57-587 Camera Club 57-58, Vice President 572 Art Club 57-587 Yellow Jacket Staff 57-58. ALLEN WHALEY JACK WHALEY MIKE WHITE Rifle Club 57-58. TED WHITTON Rifle Club 55'56j Chemistry Club 56-577 Slide Rule Club 57-58. GEORGE WIERZSCHULE CHARLES WILKINSON Repertoire Players 55-58, President 57-581 Art Club 57-58. CEClL WILLIAMS Intramural 56-577 Slide Rule Club 57-58. JOAN WILLOUGHBY Hussars 56-58, Historian 57, Drum Maior 57-587 Congress 55-56, 57-587 Homeroom Governor 56-577 Cabinet 55"58j Corres- ponding Secretary 56-577 JCL 56-587 Meri- torious Citation 55-57. THOMAS WILTON Meritorious Citation 56-577 JCL Y5,5'58f Tenr-is 5.6-58+ M-any LINDA WOLFORD FBLA 56-585 Cabinet 55-565 French Club 56-585 GRA 55-585 Tennis Club 56-575 JRC 57-58. JIMMY WOOD Honor Award 56-57. MILTON WOODALL Spanish Club 56-575 Lieutenant Governor 56-575 Annual Staff 55-57. BETTY WOOLEY GRA 55-57, DE 57-58. ROBBIE WRIGHT FHA 55-565 Jacketeens 55-565 Honor Award 55-56. JUDY WUELLER FHA 55-565 JCL 55-585 Honor Award 55- 565 Homeroom Treasurer 55-56, 57-58. SANDRA WYBLE Cabinet 55-565 Congress 56-575 Hussars 56-58, Treasurer 57-585 GRA 56-585 Letter Girls 57-585 Choir 57-585 Repertoire Play- ers 55-565 Camera Club 56-575 JRC 57-585 Homeroom Governor 55-565 Honor Award 56-57. DAVID YAMMER SUSAN YOUNGBLOOD French Club 55-575 Heralols 56-585 FBLA 57-585 GRA 55-585 Homeroom Secretary 55-56, Governor 57-585 Cabinet 57-585 Honor Award 56-575 Annual Staff 57-585 Letter Girls 585 Court 58. WILLARD YOUNGBLOOD JCL 55-565 Camera Club 56-585 Slide Rule Club 57-585 Radio Club Vice President 57-58. SUSAN ZERKLE Hussars 56-585 Glee Club 56-575 Choir 57-58, Vice President 57, Reporter 58, Sextet 575 Congress 56-575 Homeroom Secretary 58, Lieutenant Governor 56-575 French Club 56-58, Vice President 585 GRA 56-585 Heralds 56-585 JRC 565 Annual Staff 585 Honor Award 56-57. EDWARD ZINGLEMAN slide Rule Club 57-585 JRC 55-565 Track 55. BETTY BOBBITT Hussars 56-585 GRA 55-585 Letter Girls 57-585 JCL 55-575 JRC 55-575 Tennis Club 55-565 Honor Award 55-56. MARY PALERMO GRA 55-565 JCL 55-565 Homeroom Treas- urer 56-57. DELIA ARRENDONDO WALKER FNA 55-565 Jackefeens 56-575 Glee Club 56-575 Cabinet 56-575 FBLA 56-575 GRA 56-575 Spanish Club 55-585 Art Club 57,r:n. CTA x:-Lan. r--...--- f-run. f-, ,-A ' -'H -'if-1 "t"'i'11j.':x '35, 'r I .r . ,, 5 i,t,,,g,f L-Yiwei Iwi . I 4 I ' X if - ' f Q 5 f ff V, 1, I - L C "fn arf J C 'V 4 ff , f, "' ' L ., , C f cl' ,A X vm, W CU it was no blast deciding what 580 wanfed 10 sing. C39 Check day . . . and aufographed paiama bags, C25 "Now, . . . if he comes across with a cedar chest, l'li C-'ii "Now . . . on Three. Ready, sei . . . Gary . . . Gary be set . . " GARY!" 7I 'Wim Homeroom is the business center for all Senior Class activities Proud seniors, Joan Willough- by, Mickey Walker, Nancy Cres- well, Mike Slott and Gail Patin receive the treasured jug, an award for raising the most money for the Junior Red Cross Drive for the past three years. Also shown in the picture are Clarence Bray, Jack Swanzy, Judy Heckendorf and Vernon Issac. 72 Only intelligent seniors would try to start a driverless Model A by pushing it! Seniors in the picture showing more brawn than brains, are Paul Kibbe, Glen Doiron, Annette Sonstebye, Carmen Collazo, Ed- ward Flores, Janice Gilbert and Sara Dominguez. Y, 4212314 77 'DW , . M, S, .,,. , ,. Going to college? These seniors are looking the sit- uation over. Left to right are Betty Balzersen, Caro- lyn Swartz, Shirley Long, John Earl Walding and Dan- ny Girouard. A typical Twirp date! Pat Weber and Banker Phares are Taking advantage of the one week out of the year when the girls must show the boys a good time. Girls hoisting the main sail are Becky Burris and Charlotte Tahaney. Deck swabbers are Janice Gilbert and Susan Zerkle. , If A typical journalism class on their best behavior. 73 SENIORS ARE BUSY Carroll Broussard, Shirley Durow, and Shelton - Comeaux open the auditorium door which led Research themes are due! Being very studious at the Memorial Library are Rie Carr, Pat Swanzy, Lillie Bartlett, Susan Youngblood, and Eddie Anders. to the regular Monday morning ritual of Chapel. 74 Wednesday morning finds senior homerooms holding their regular business meetings. Homeroom was the place where the majority of necessary routine matters such as voting and paying for everything from the newspaper to graduation togs took place. ' , , , SENIORS ARE BUSY ,Q-ew., Costume iewelry is a fad for these senior girls, Carolyn Bigler, Brenda Logan, Bar- bara Bell, and Margaret LaFleur, on their Saturday shopping expedition. Off to the show for their usual Friday night date are Walt Sharp and Anna Ray Scott. Sunday morning saw seniors worshipping in their various churches. Here Bobby Gallion, Judy Arnold, Carolyn Jacobs, and Tommy Hall enter First Baptist Church. 75 76 Z7 Ymfffmqf ? 5 ff' X 'I ' - ' 1' N Q x A A 1 '22 "-32.1 ' 4 -2 , " .:.'. t U 'Li -,:'1if:,'igL"Z:??:'ff f : J K -aigf ," 2 - C -M -H.-qi, W' Q : l y,g:::n':.M4zf SZ. :ff " 'i'i'!'f' ,. , xg.. ' 'T 531 wif 1-J-" r ' ' f --4' fi- fPQe:,:fL:,aacQf1 Fil Le' f N XT .fkffci-1'f'i,,5:1:4,A-'a ,Q "fn f , ' X NE ffiiffkffifz'-1'?3'f' 5 'f f fi ffffffgffg T' ,Z . L5 ' A 4' 'I 6 XE- " c'lWhi'f,'lfll 1 11 N I ' - A ' XG: ,, Ive:-:2z1y,gg:2 gg W , ' f .NES i gf mf' 1- s ,. . A .hlllf 11 ' ' 4 ' f '-r iff f , -1- v , Q -fifgzzz' WV ' ff x l -- f . . rig 727' I X! I - ' X rl ? " ,M 'K fnfyx MQ i MM X . 1 1 'I l , ' ' f N zffkf f-N rmiivfcifgf :-4 5. Z: , A u, ff lf f X Ww. ' .6-fx ?Zul111nG'1y ., 'f , - ' Nl X Q .-Ali --X .1 5 , .X wr, .1 .1 N l V! ,X QMWXWEE -2f f N - X ' I X X F-F 1 X 1 ' - I 4 -1 --sr - 714 ' V i 4 I I ,L ' csrff' 2'-if" JUNIOR CLASS JUNIORS Carol Ackerman John Adams Vivan Adams Janet Addcox Mike Agilar Danny Akers Carole Akery Gayle Albert Bobby Andews Peter Aranda Marilyn Ash Jane Ashley Clarence Atchison Elaine Atkins Houston Austin Rochelle Avila Bertha Ayala Ida Ayers Phyllis Bailey Lucy Baker Jill Baldwin Ennis Jean Ballard Chris Balsamo Robert Babin Beatrice Barbosa Annelle Barrett John Baskin Jo Ann Beard Louella Beard Nadean Beauchamp JUNIORS Catching up on the latest back-To-school news are Frances Letulle, Alice Haynes Alston Roberts Sandra Peck, and Dewanna Wridorg. Vern Beck Robert Benfield Loveless Bergeron Donald Bethel J. R. Bienvenue Alice Bigler Julia Billiot Linda Bishop Zella Bittensky Gerald Blankenship David Bleakley Alston Bodden Anna Bodden Syble Bodden Doris Bodle JUNIORS Judith Bonnell Antoinette Bonura Ernest Bost Stephen Boston Margaret Bourg Myron! Bourgeois Glen Borque Walter Boyd Alice Brabham David Braun Donald Braun Charles Breax Judy Breaux Larry Brew Florence Bright John Bright Virginia Brist Barbara Brittain Lou Ida Broussard Marline Broussard Robert Broussard Tommy Brown Pamela Bryan John Burch Glenda Burke Glenn Burnham Barbara Byland Eloisa Cadena Doris Cannon Carolyn Carriere JUNIORS I l Junior Hussars excited over our first football conference game are S. Romero L Moerbe P Richards V. Gregory, D. Theriot, L. Laughman, S. Peck, L. Porter, F. Cruse, and L Catalina David Castro Jose Castaneda Leah Rae Catalina Rose Ann Catalina Marguerite Cecalek David Chance Richard Charrier lrene Christian Kenneth Clark Lona Mae Coats Lonnie Coats Judy Coleman Tommie Collazo Virginia Collins Errol Colson JUNIORS Joe Columbo Richard Comeaux Jackie Cooksey Mary Cortez Janice Crabtree Fay Lynn Cruse Juanita Culver Joan Cunningham Sam Daguanno Diane Daigle Dora Daigle Jimmy Darnell Sarah Dartez Mary Lou Davidson Richard Davis Barbara. Davis Jessie Day Freddy Deckard Geraldine DeCuir Charlotte Delahoussaye Marcello DeLeon Nancy DeLay Sally Deloney Patricia Denton Charles Deriso Jimmy Del2ouen Janice DeVillier J. M. Dickerson Phil Dillingham Charles Dilocker rn W 7 JUNIORS Representing The Junior class in The i957 Cavoilcade were princesses Dianne Theriot, Sally Deloney, Marilyn Ash, and Sandra Guy. Sandra Lyday was second runner-up and Patsy Gerbens was crowned queen. Edward Dindore Kenneih Dixon Wanda Dixon Tommie Donimgue Billy Donaldson John Donnelly Louise Dore Donna Gayle Downs Bobby Dugas Michael Duhon Barry Duncan Jimmy Easley x Connie Eason Jessie Ebanks Mike Eberle JUNIORS Glenira Edgar Arlene Elsrer Joseph Ernfinger Vermell English Patricia Etheridge Darrell Evans Charles Faulk Claudette Faulk Sandra Feemster Lynwood Fiselfe Kennerh Fisher Danny Fleckman Perry Fleckman Emma Flores Helen Flores Eugene Folsom Barbara Fonienor Charlolie Fonlenoi Russell Fonrenor Clharlyn Forgue Billy Foyil Irene Frederick Daniel Frederick Charlolle Frye Delmar Fussell Rhonda Gahvviler Cevero Garcia Joe Garcia Marie Garcia Gerald Garland JUNIORS Who's new and who's who" in the Student Directory? Pictured are Terry Roberts, Barbara Myers, Sue Ulmer, Joyce Williams, and Gary Webb as they examine the 1957-58 edition. Very handy, everyone agrees. Charlolle Gales Carolyn Garriells Thomas Gilcrease Wanda Giroir Jo Ann Gliddon Belly Goldblum Gladys Gomez Daniel Gonzales Roy Gonzales Sandra Goodwin Carl Graham Margaret Grantham Ronald Graves Alberl Gray Eleanor Greer JuNioRs Joyce Gregory Vicki Gregory Frances Grillo Ronald Gueper Gary Guidroz Larry Guidry Sandra Guy Sue Ellen Haber Bill Hada James Hall Jerry Hallom Dororhy Halvorsen Marion Harnillon Elaine Hardy June Harris Marilyn Harris Sheila Hari Judy Harfield Claudelfe Haws Alice Haynes Bessie Haynes Georgia Hazelron Ronnie Hazelwood James Heasler A. F. Heath Johnny Heath Melvin Heberi Windell Hebert Judy Heckendorf Carol Ann Heid JUNICRS These three pretty misses that head the Junior class are acting president Barbara Brittain treasurer Gail Leavellp and secretary Sandra Pollard. Norman Helms David Henry Sarah Herlin Janis Hickey Jerry Hickman Glenn Hickson Betty Higgs Dick Hoag J. C. Hubert Eugene Hudson Christene Huebel Karen Huff Freddy Hunt Ronald Hunt Eddy Hurwitz JUNIORS Donna Ingo Vernon Issac Roger Iverson Cecil Jackson Barbara Johnson Jerry Johnson Burt Jones Carolyn Jones Delilah Jones Donald Jones Faye Jones Richard Jones Gerald Jordan Sharon Jordan Betty Judice Annette Juneau Roy Ketelers Robert Kettrick Floyd King Gayle King George Ann Kinnaird Nelson Kirkland Charlene Kisby Lynnda Kitchens Thomas Knight Daniel Labbit Janis LaGrone Wade Laird Bill Land Bobby Lanclos X i fs V eevle Homeroom was fun sometimes when special programs were planned Lavern Yates was declared winner in a beauty contest in her homeroom Runners up were Linda Vnzuette Gene Marceaux Joyce Pecorma and Nadean Bauchamp These beauties were selected from baby pictures Crownmg the queen are Vivian Adams and Zella Blttensky Beverly Landry Donnie Landry Rene Landry W. B. Langford Jim Langdon Eugene LaPoinT Bobby LaQuey Linda Laughrnan Barbara Lauve Faye Lawson Gail Leavell Winifred LeBlanc Bobby LeBoeuf Bill Lee Douglas Lee JUNIORS Rebecca Lee Norma Leger Carolyn Leman Frances LeTulle Charles Levingsfon Judy Levy Gail Levy Donna Lewis Lyndel Lewis Susan Lewis Jackie Lilliedahl Larry Locke Temple Looney Herminia Lopez Kennelh Lopez Robert Lopez Mary Lopez Karlyn Louvier Reginia Lowe Avenelle Lumpkin Karl Lulz Sandra Lyday Patricia Lynd Jim Lyons Gerald Lirchfield Gladys Macomber Leroy Mahaney Charles Malone John Malone Nancy Malmgren , JUNIORS TJ's bulletin boards were very decorative This year. Admiring The display for Book Week are Rochelle Rockwell, Winclell Hebert, Alice Haynes, and Patty Mitchell. Susan Malrngren Pai' Mannino Ralph Mannino Calvin Marconlell Joy Marshall Colleen Marlin Jesse Martinez Kalhleen Massey John May Roy May Lamar McCartney Alice McCaskill Barbara McCoy Leslie McCoy Nina Kay McCoy JUNIORS Vivian Mc:Curley Carmen McDaniel Carolyn McDonald Palsy McDonald Marolyn McDonald Tim McFarland Paul McGarral'1an Margarei McMillan Pairicia McMonagle Mary Mendez Barbara Melancon Roy Meneses Linda Menzel Billie MeTl'mvin Irene Miguez .luoly Milburn Linda Miller Venoy Miller Walter Miller James Mire PaTTy Miichell James Mock Linda Moerbe Lorna Moncrief Frances Monclello Melvin Monson Frankie Monialvo Charles Moon Harry Moore Jeff Moore YV- ----71 1 JUNIORS Mrs. Greer's sixth period English class usually works hard to maintain their "A" averages. This special class for Those who do outstanding work in English. David Moriaty Robert Morgan Darnell Moser Robert Moss Sherry Murray Frankie Musgrove Charlotte Myer Barbara Myers Patricia Narretto Marvin Neel Richard Nelson Herbert Nimz Harold Nogle Thomas Nolan Francis Nolen JUNIORS James Norrhn James Nunez Leora Obenchain Nlarrha Oliver Homer Olvera Helen Orena Lynerle Orr Malendia Qsborn Ann Orey David Ouihouse Stephen Owens Jennie Ann Palermo Pamela Pardue Sherry Pardue Brady Parker Gwen Parker Loreiia Parker Marvin Parsley Edmond Parsons Lee Parella Harvey Pairick Rooney Paul Edwin Payne Jimmy Peck Sandra Peck Joyce Pecorino John Peek J Bonnie Pelloal Nancy Perkins Susan Perion F- V 7 - JUNIORS ,f .. ri ! F Charles Sims is shown here wilh his grandfather, G. M. Sims, Sr. Mr. Simslserved as an outstanding Superintendent-of-schools for many years. His name is on The cornersfone of This building. Donald Peveio Geraldine Picion Charloiie Pitfman Jackson Pittman Sandra Pollard Margarei Pool Gwen Porter Linda Porter Eric Porrier Jo Ann Poiier Tom Powell Mariha Power Douglas Powers Patricia Presley Charles Price JUNIORS .fsfilj Allah Primeaux Clyde Prince Margaret Prott Robert Prohl James Provence Roger Pryor Joe Quebedeaux Anthony Quinn Jerry Rabuck Virginia Ramirez June Read Mary Ready Tommy Reagan Bonnie Redick Jackie Reed Anita Reeves Jimmy Reeves Katherine Reid Jon Reynolds Judy Reynolds Charles Rhodes Lucy Rich Phyllis Richards Ralph Riggs Patsy Robinson Rheuanna Robinson Sandra Robinson Rochelle Rockwell Joe Rodriguez Betty Roller JUNIORS Rufus Williams decides manpower is the only thing that will tear Fay Lynn Chase away from the looking glass. Sharron Romero Frances Ronshausen George Rost Jolene Rothman Kenneth Rouly Ronnie Roy Gladys Rucker James Ryan Nan Sadler Shirley Sadler Charles Sammons Irene Sanner Wayne Saunders Janet Savoy Myrna Schaefer JUNIORS Frances Schneider Manette Schnitzer Stephen Schnitzer Raymond Schoen Morris Schroder Hans Schulz Bettie Scott Sue Scott Fontaine Seale Dot Senn Billy Sherman Sue Sherman Janet Sherwood Lynn Shrout James Sigler Clyde Simmons Max Simmons Marie Simon Charles Sims Donald Siragusa Joyce Slade Betty Smith Harleene Smith Harold Smith Jerry Smith Jo Ann Smith Judy Smith Loralea Smith Marilyn Smith Mary Beth Smith W..ffmv-,..m.,..,.o.,,.,, A.,., . JUNIORS l Susan Smith Wayne Smith Billy Solis Joyce Sorgee Jimmy Spears Norma Spracllin Lewis Sprague Ruby Sprovvl Kay Squyres Barbara Steen L. C. Stephens Beverly Stevenson Ralph Stevenson Kenneth St. John Daryle Stone A lifelong ambition of all TJ's male population is fulfilled during Twirp Week JUNIORS Doris Storey Martha Stranahan Sue Strange Robert Strode-rd Dannie Sudduth Robyn Summerlen Robert Suttle Mary Swann Cynthia Swearingen Danny Taliaterro Gwen Tanner Julie Tantillo Mary Tatum Bobby Taylor Kenneth Taylor Wayne Taylor Doris Teel David Temple Randy Tennant Linda Terry Patricia Terry Dianne Theriot Edward Thibodeaux Esther Thibodeaux Elizabeth Thomas Elizabeth Thomas Greg Thompson Mary Jo Thompson Ollyne Thompson Carol Tompkins Excitement reaches a climax in the spring as poster parties precede important Student Body Congress elections. Janey Tomlin Mary Ellen Trahan Dennis Trahan Patsy Turner Sue Ulmer Telia Urbina Bernard Valdez Ruth Valverde Jack Vamvakias Margaret Varni Alyce Vernon Dale Viator Andrew Villarreal Ronnie Vines Linda Vizuette JUNICRS Larry Voight Clyde Wade Glacla Walker Malcolm Wall Bobbie Wallace Evelyn Warlick Rosa Warlick Myrna Watson Boyd Webb Gary Webb Gene Webb Gregory Webb Anna Weeks Ruth Wehmeyer Nancy Welch Johnny Wells Robert Wheeler Patricia Whitehead Don Roy Williams Joyce Williams Rufus Williams Suzy Williams Faye Wolf James Wolford William Wong Jerry Woodward Patricia Worthy Dewanna Wriborg Barbara Wright Garland Wright FW ,,,, W , Kitty Wyble La Verne Yates Louis Ybarra, Jr. Anna Lou Yost Eula Dean Youngblood Perry Youngblood Ralph Zampini STUDY TIME IMPORTANT TO '59'ERS Students with scholastic "A" or better averages for the first semester are: Mar- garet Proft, Frances Ronshauson, Roger lverson, Dewanna Wriborg, Zella Bittensky, Billie Methvin, Ann Otey, Barbara Brit- tain, and Florence Bright. Not pictured are: John Bright, Wanda Giroir, Mannette Schnitzer, Myrna Schaefer, and Rebecca Lee. Advance selection was one of the most important functions carried out in home- room. 'V 1 7 I gal f t N X 4-1 i f-E IO3 JUNIOR HCMEROOMS ELECT REPRESENTATIVES Cabinet members are: Pat Lynd, Linda Vizuette, Frances Letulle, Dora Daigle, Rochelle Rockwell, Judy Hatfield, Douglass Lee, De- wanna Wriborg, Lucy Baker, Patty Mitchell, Frances Ronshauson, Glada Walker, and Bonnie Reddick. IO4 Junior cabinet members are: Bill Lee, Windell Hebert, Perry Fleck- man, Pat Denton, Sherry Pardue, Gail Leavell, Jo Ann Potter, Sherry Murray, Sandra Pollard, Loralea Smith, Eula Youngblood, Martha Stranahan, Jessie Day, Georgia Hazelton, Arlene Elster, Nan Sad- ler, Alice Brabham, Linda Porter, Barbara Brittain, Vicki Gregory, Sarah Herlin, Kathy Massey, Jerry Johnson, Roger Iverson, Danny Sudduth, Dianne Theriot, and Lou Broussard. Cabinet members are: Robert Mor- gan, Diane Daigle, Ann Otey, Judy Smith, Janet Adclcox, Judy Cole- man, Mary Swann, Eddie Hurwitz, Robyn Summerlin, Sonny McCart- ney, Doris Teel, Darrell Evans, Suzy Williams, Delmar Fussell, Gene Marceaux, Juanita Culver, Robert Kettrick, Herminia Lopez. , -1 :N MEMORIAM . - 'x fm, 'WK ff, ff f ffl, ff - f f fi ,. ,V 2' f',!,5i3!q5g faifiky' Vi L '47-i417 'L f , 1 f X' xv-ww MMM. lx N A X. - III E2 -if 1? F3 .1 s.., - SOPHOM ORES 'T SOPHOM ORES For 'First-hand data of electoral status our election committee, Gayle Smith, Brian Hewitt, Julie Fuselier, and David Proven- zano, is the one to contact. It seems they've always got the "dope"! + M,,g. y Many new problems will arise in the sophomore class, but Treasurer Patsy McBride, President Clarence Bray, and Secretary Martha Laird will conquer them. Buzz, buzz goes the chatter while Gayle Smith, Monteel Strickland, Cammie Oliver, and Jane Rudd enioy good food and good company. r-ff 7 , Upon the shoulders of Jack Swanzy, Judy Methvin, Mary Ellen McBride, Annette lrwin, and Benton Hille, Vice President of the class, lies the responsibility of the class Constitution. Have smiles-will travel! as the sopho- mores enioy Wednesday morning as- sembly. SOPHOMORES Sophomore Jerry Carruth deems senior ' sister, Beverly, a "big help" as he begins his 'First year at T.J. SOPHOMORES Virginia Aycock Allen Babb Faye Babin Jimmy Badgell Larry Badgell Ruth Baker Judilh Ball Julia Ball Linda Balzersen Harvey Barlow Don Barrington Margie Barron Paul BarlleTT Willene Bass Linda Beach Mary Abraham Curlis Abshire Gary Adams Diann Albers Gloria Albers Charles Allen Tommy Allen Gene Allmand Paul Almonle Glenda Alvarez Larry Anawafy Harry Andrews Louis Andrews Kalherine Andrus Delia Avciva Howard Armstrong Sylvia Arrenclondo Mark Ashley Carl Aucoin Bobby Ausburn Mary Lou Bean Linda Beckcom Beth Beckham Oscar Bedsole Billie Benjamin Karleen Bennett Betty Bergeron Gerald Bergeron Loveless Bergeron Charles Berry Tim Berryman John Besse Yvonne Bielecki Ronnie Bigler Carolyn Black Connie Blanchard Judy Blanchard Judy Blanton Lucille Bodden Merilyn Bodden SOPHOMORES Mary Bolles Elray Bonin Mary Bonnell Druscilla Borel Ruth Bossier Mary Boudreaux Hardy Boutte Kristin Bowen Anna Belle Bowman George Boyum Hyler Bracey Carolyn Branch Donna Branham Pat Brannan Sarah Brazil SOPHOMORES Clarence Bray Leona Breaux Barbara Brim Keith Brist Ginger Brogan Julie Broussard Shelton Broussard Carolyn Brown Carolynette Brown Darryle Brown Beth Brown Lanny Brown Thomas Bryan Judy Burch David Burge Jerrell Burney Cherlyn Burington Bud Byram Jerry Byrd Ennett Caldwell "He's already stabbed me 20 times!" complained Terry Trahan. Jack Swanzy, Rcy Murphy, and Bobby Thomas aid "Doctor" Bill McCuistion in typing Terry's blood. Gilbert Cadena John Calhoun Joyn Cammack Antonio Cardenas Maximo Cardenas James Carr Linda Carr Jerry Carrufh Phillip Carter Edwards Casfenada Donald Casfille Tony CasTillo Anfhony Chamber Kline Chandler Roben' Chase Carolyn Chelene Carol Chernoskey Sheila Chesser Thomas Christian Judy Church fix K SOPHOM ORES Earl Clark James ClayTon Karen Clayton Janic Click Berry Cochran Gillis Cole Lynda Cole Ronald Colichia Sharon Collum Olan Comeaux Viola ConanT Palsy Convvell Sandra Cook Billie Cooper Marilyn Cooper SOPHOMORES Ray Dartez Judith Daspit Charles Datalo Eleanor Davalos Mattie Davidson Barbara Davis Barry Davis Carole Davis James Davis Kenneth Davis Sondra Davis Francine Davison Gloria Daws l.arry Dean Gerald DeCluitt Nlazie Cooper Ebone Corley Curtis Cormier Pauline Craig Jerry Craven Margaret Cricchio Donna Crist John Crochet Raeleen Cropper Patricia Cross Linda Crowe Karin Crumpler Thomas Cunningha Ronnie Cupit Jimmy Cutaia Don Daigle Richard Dalton Theresa Darce Betty Dartez Mary Dartez YY1 Luther DeCuir Agustin Dela Rosa Wilhelmina Dela Rosa Ronnie Deloney Richard De Los Santos Murphy DeMarcay Kyle Demler Pat Demler Louis Denby Rebecca Derese Audrey DeRouen Leo Desormeaux Sammy Desmond Jo Ann Dickerson Donna Die Sam Die Michael Diploma Richard Dixson Barcy Dodd Judy Doerge SOPHOMORESL f7 'WV Linda Doiron Dan Domaschk Allan Dore Lana Dorrell Emma Dorrough Donald Doty Danny Doyle Sandy Drennen Robert Duloose Pat Dumas Larry Dunk Virgie Duplantis Dianne Dupris Walterine Durham Harold Eagleson SOPHOM ORES Creighton Fleming John Flores Richard Flores Patsy Foerster Harold Fontenat Mary Foret Frank Forgue Gary Foster Amelis Fox Mike Fox Glenn Franklin Margaret Frantz Vivian Frantz Mary Fredeman Alfred Fredrick Marie Eaton Bill Edwards Judy Elam Mary Ellender James Ellis Frances Ellison Thomas Ellison Lynn Emerson Phil Eppler Teddie Ervvin Diann Escagne Delores Escagne Ronald Escagne Carolyn Etheridge Anita Evans Judy Falcon Frances Faulk Earl Fears Clifton Ferguson Dennis Ferguson Nora Frederick Julie Fusilier Judy Fuselier Kirkland Fugler Marlin Garia James Gabourel Larry Galoourel Gene Gallier Dora Garcia Ray Gaspard Linda Gayle Jean Gardner Margarel Gerriells John Gibson Sue Gill Paula Gill Thomas Girolamo Gay Godwin Donald Goff James Gordon SOPHOM ORES This may be The "seal walk" buT you never saw a seal sfruggle like Arabella Minor, Mary Bonnell, Alice Staton, or Sylvia Patin. SOPHCM ORES ' a 'QQ40 XT Henry Hathaway Billy Haynes Joyce Haynes Stephen Haynesi Janice Hays i Rebecca Head Kathy Healey Johnnie Heaslet Barbara Hebert Jo Ann Hebert Judy Hebert Rodney Hebert John Henning Sydell Herman Franke Hernandez Mike Gracey Bernard Graline Kenneth Gray Pat Gray Bill Green Irene Greer Earl Gregory Richard Griffiths Charles Guidry Ray Guidry Loraine Guidry John Guillory Bill Haley Dinah Hall Gene Hamilton Martha Hamilton Marilyn Harbert Robert Harlow V. J. Harper Mike Harrison .l1. Alfred Hernandez Richard Hernandez Wendell Hernandez Karyn Hetherwick Brian Hewitt Janice Hickson Linda Higginbotham Frances Hightower Ramon Hill Benton Hille Dorothy Hirleman Wanda Hodges Toni Holberg Betty Lou Holmes David Holstead Gordon Holtzclaw Kathy Hood Michael Howard Donald Howell Lana Huckabay SOPHCMORES Anthony Hudson Danny Hudson Haynes Hudson Carolyn Hueloel Jo Ann Hutt Carolyn Huftert Knowlton Hughes Ernestine Hund Shirley Hunter James Hutchins Louise Hutchins Pat lenna Rutino lntante Jettie Ingram Sandra Irby SOPHCM ORES Annelle lrvvin Beverly Jackson Don Jacobs Gail Jacobs Linda Jeans Judy Jenkins William Jenkins Curtis Johnson Joyce Johnson Linda Johnson Barbara Jones James Jones Jimmy Jones Joseph Jones Janis Joplin Frank Jordon Rochelle Judice Carol Juneau Helen Kares Sheral Kay "Walk you to The door for a clime for the Chest Drive," insisted Billie Chandler, Carole Thomas, and Mary Carmen Fredeman. Those con1ribuTing were Steve Hodges, John Adams, and John Palmer. Judith Kendrick Johnny Kiamar Roy Kieschnick James Kimball Jay Kirkpatrick Frinacie Knight Geraldine Knighton Herschel Knippa Linn Kovar Anna Lee Kreiter Richard Krummel Dana Lackey Sandra Lacy Robert Laing Martha Laird Dianna LaLonde John Lamberth Kenneth Lanclos Lannie Landry Therman Landry SOPHOM ORES Marlene Lantord Chester LaPoint Becky Latimer Lynda Latiolais Mona Latiolais Linda Laurents Dell Lawson Larry LeBlanc Norma LeBlanc Ronald LeBouet Nolan Ledet Cloris Lee Jimmy Lee Anna Belle Levy Mike Levy SOPHOM ORES Henry Malmgren Thomas Mann Benny Mannino Shelva Manuel Barbara Marceaux Ellen Marsh Romolia Mariel Dean Marlin Frank Marlin Ellis Martinez William Mashburn David Mason Melody Massey Donald Malhrole Alloerl Mallhiieiz Mary Lewis Sandra Lewis Erin Linn Lynda Lilchfield Danny Livingslon Sherry Loeb Ginger Logan Martha Lona Roberi Lona Donna Long Bessie Looper Jerry Lopez Phillip Loupe Thomas Lovell Alvin LuLeux Larry Lumpkin Jean Lusk Glynn Lyons Rillie Mahaffey Roger Major 'N Linda Mattiza Venita May Alton Mayberry Mary Ellen McBride Patsy McBride Richard McBride Pat McCarthy Bobby McComber Marilyn McCord Ralph McCord Robert McCorvey Linda McCoy Billy McCuistion Mary John McDonald Bill McDuttie David McFadden Paul McFarland Charles McGattey Sheila McGill Sidney McGlothlen SOPHOM ORES Jimmy McReynolds Geraldine Menard Donna Merchant Judy Methvin Wanette Miles Gilbert Miller John Miller Kathleen Miller Marianne Meier Lynda Mills Mike Mills Arabella Miner Linda Minton Carolyn Mitchell Joyce Moak SOPHOMORES Carlyn Noack Raymond Noel Michael Morris Myra Norton Jeraldine Newman Sandra NUTT Glenda O'Grady Cammie Oliver Ovelia Oliver George Orena Clifford Orrego Joe Ono Beverly Oubre Linda Oubre Jimmy O'Quinn Sammy Monroe Barbara Moore Douglas Moore Herberi Moore Judy Moreau Bob Morgan Tommy Morgan Wilma Morgan Linda Morveni Glenda Moss Maureen Moss Diane Moliice Lewis Munoz Roy Murphy Roselyn Myers Bob Nabours Georgelie Naniz Alan Nelson Befrie Nelson Richard Nelson Karen Owen Tarry Owens Ed Painton Charlene Palmer Sondra Palmer Lynne Pardue Robert Parent Preston Parks Edmund Parsons Larry Patin Sylvia Patin Shirley Patrick Betty Pecorino Frankie Pedraza Howard Pendergrass John Perego Malcolm Perron Douglas Perry Watkins Peyton Leslie Pierce soPHoMoREs Heave ho, girls! Sophomores Beth Beck- ham and Pat Gray, and Junior, Jill Bald- win, pull out the books for the next class. I25 SOPHOMORES Gloria Redtearn Mary Ann Reed David Rhodes George Rhodes Carolyn Richard Mary Lynn Richard Joy Dell Richardson Pauline Richardson Carolyn Riche Paul Ricks Ruth Ridout Brenda Roberson Donald Roberts Hubert Roberts John Roberts J its V .,., Km.-. ..aV-,V..,-,..., ,V VV V -..V...- .....-, Charlotte Pierron Donna Piggott Frances Pineda Alix Poche Karen Polite Paul Pond James Powell Melba Powell Louise Pratt Elouise Pratt Ruth Preiean David Price David Provenzano Jack Pullen Felix Ramirez Linda Randall Jacqueline Ratley Dona Read Donald Reaux Bobby Redd Myrta Roberts Delores Robin William Robinette Norma Rodriguez Wayne Rogers Lee Roy Romero Preston Romero Sonia Ronquille Peggy Rose David Ross Gary Ross Max Roth Glenn Rountree Larry Roy Ethel Jane Rudd Katherine Rusling John Russell Ann Rutledge Freddy Rutty Lillie Ryan SOPHOM ORES Sylvia Ryder y Tilda Grace Sabastion Glenda Salem James Salling Suzanne Salter Karen Sanders Jay Sanders Linda Sanders Fred Saperstein Bonnie Savoie Joseph Savoy Rose Etta Sawyer Tommie Ann Sawyer Carol Scalco Donald Schaefer SOPHOM ORES "Do or die!" say Janis Click and Ruthie Ridout as the et a beau , Y 9 for Twirp Week. Wanda Schamber Jeff Schnell Robert Scogin Mary Thrace Scott Norma Sebastian Francis Self Ralph Session J. D. Seward William Sharp Carole Sheffield Gene Sheppard Bobby Sherwood Susan Sherwood Margaret Shipp Maiorie Short Sharon Simon Carole Simoneaux Robert Simonton Sharon Simpson Blenda Skeen Anna Gayle Smith Burl Smith Carol Smith Clara Smith Douglas Smith Gerald Smith Glenda Smith Jimmy Smith .lack Smith Judy Smith Leslie Smith Mack Smith Oscar Smith Pat Smith Rita Smith Thomas Smitherman Pat Soileau Henrietta Solis Marchelle Sorenson Michelle Sorenson SOPHOM ORES Glenda South Betty Lou Southerland Tina Speyer Ronald Staggs Alloert Stansbury Alice Staton John Steele Larry Steen Bobby Stevens Michael Stephens Sandra Stevens Sara Nell Stevenson Seabourne Stokes Linda Strange Monteel Strickland W "- 2 E' k lgujfsfsf we-,,. ,,.,.,,k, , .,,, , I ,, ,gp V iii' JB ,Q A if urns- 9 NU B V 5 V -, nff his OSI! X f X l l30 SOPHOMORES xy f bf af is 4 57 ' '- F ' Q af 1 ' Y-,- ,, . .y. Q. - - J N .-.. 4 ' . - "-' 1 1 T L , r . , Claude Tibberts Jimmy Tipton George Tompkins Obie Trahan Terry Trahan Virginia Trevino Edward Turner Marga Umphrey Irene Valdez Mary Valverde Ruth Vaughan Sandy Vaughan Ervin Van Slyke Richard 'Veal Janet Vestal , .,.,,.. Cyfffi. ,,.. ,, -, ,.,. .V ,. ,C K ,M,,wkm,Q, Harry Stuart Jack Svvanzy Kenneth Svvinney Pate Tatum Bill Taylor Laurel Taylor Allen Temple Clarence Terrell Jettery Thomas Gerald Theriot Darrell Thibodeaux Francis Thibodaux Gordon Thibodeaux Janis Thibodeaux Carole Thomas Bobby Thomas Sherry Thomas Jean Thomsen Jimmy Thompson Gene Thornell Tommy Vicknair Juanita Villarreal Joe Vincent Ramon Voigt Betty Jo Wade Mary Wade Howard Wall Dorothy Waller Sena Walters James Ware Hugh Weeks Wallace Werner Charles Whaley Alice White Charles White Sharon Whitman Hal Wiggins Jim Willcock Eugene Willett Charles Williams SCPHOMORES Dan Williams Henry Williams Edward Williams Edgar Williamson Bobby Williamson Billy Wilson Charlotte Wilson Dale Wilson Shirley Wilson Theresa Willson Bobby Wolford Marcella Womack James Wood Miriam Woodall Pete Woods SOPHOMORES 'f' 'Ji-"Zi-Q, f f ' -Q.,1,f , frgarfgfwgg 2 4-wi' fimiffy-' V'--ww ii' ' '4f,yv?4,-fi -1-1:-. V f':151zf::.s'vg ,-Caffwf ,Mem .M X.,., i "m' J . e , srsr J Y 1-.N Ruth Woods Joel Worley June Wyble Bobby Yeates Linda Young Stephen Young Lynn Youngblood These persons had an "A" aver- age for the second nine weeks: B. J. Gralino, Dell Lawson, Mar- garet Gerritts, Carolyn Chernosky, Bill Fleming, Robert Chase, Sidney McGlothlin, Bill Robinette, Arabella Minor, Jack Swanzy, and Gary Ross. A Cabinet members are: Brian Hewitt, Sandra Cook, Judy Burch, Pat McBride, Billie Beniamin and Patsy Forester. Second row: Mike Mills, Ruth Vaughan, Mary Ann Myers, Mirian Woodall, Mary Trace Scott and Julie Fuselier. Third row: Clarence Bray, Judy Blanton, Sydelle Herman, Karen Krumpler, Gayle Smith, and Brenda Robinson. SOPHOM 0RE CABINET Cabinet members are: Annette Irwin, Elouise Pratt, Sandra Lacy, Janice Thibodeaux, Ruthie Ridout Carol Scalco, and Linda Carr. Second row: Roy Kieschnick, Rillie Mahaftey, Pat Flowers, Marie Eaton and Bobby Chase. Third row: Jack Smith, Bill Flemming, Allen Nelson, and Claude Tibbets. Cabinet members are: Linda Strange, Lana Huckabee, Glenda O'Gracly, Monteel Strickland, Leslie Pierce, Teddie Ray Erwin, and Sharon Simpson. Second row: Dorothy Waller, Mary Lou Bean, Donald Mathrole, and Mike Gracey. Third row: Benton Hille, Robert Parent, Hyer Mashburn, and Tommy Vicknair. THAT'S A SOPHOM ORE A , , ,, A RQ ,FLD ax , fi.. ' W in' A 'ix INF Rah ml lk, 'T i , I Cabinet is The voice of The Sophomore Class. IT is composed of Three represenTaTives 'From each sTaTe. They bring problems To The meeting and go away satisfied with The answers. "Ouch" is The word many sophomores are heard To say as They begin work on Their garmenTs, "Yea, JackeTs!" yells Pauline Richardson as she compeTes for cheerleader aT T.J. FOR YOU . . . INSIDE OUT "There's room for a couple more in here!" exclaimed Karen Clayton as Senior Ann Eisler holds up a catastrophe. "l told you I had bow legs!" remarked Ginger Aycock and Rita Smith to Carol Simoneaux as they discussed Hussar tryouts. "All hands to the rescue!" as Sophomores, Mike Gracey and Jimmy Tipton, aid Seniors, Bev Carruth and Lana Vincent, with their car. f if X X '0,.- 1, ff A' 07 f,,,4. ' U-ff,f,z,, an X gf, O 4, f ff, if f- ffl ,ww ,f KA ff jfwfyjyf K 'Az:f'4:,, x . Q, f 1 1 4 lg, --1 ..A w Q .. .- .., :r S' , E f, FACULTY LEADING AND GUIDING TJ R149 49 s Shown here are members of The P.T.A. Executive Council: Mrs. E. G. Heckendorf, secretary, Mr. David Miller, principal, Mrs. T. E. Sharp, Mrs. B. S. Liby, Mrs. M. l. Surnmerlin, Mrs. Joe E. Johnson, Mrs. H. S, Malmgren, president, Miss Mary Evelyn Dunn, and Mrs, W. H. Litchfield, Treasurer. l ' ned reheari-als' Sol u?3ra?oJrli'esi5OndenCe . sig ' . Win s With dnplolvasl David Miller A uled, Prlnclpaer vacation begms' before Summ All T.J. students are well aware of the marvelous iob done by Mr. David Miller, principal of T.J. high. Mr. Miller is never Too busy To give a friendly smile To sTudenTs in the halls. Here he collects mail as he begins his day's schedule. F K OFFICIALS CONFER ON SCHOOL AFFAIRS - E MR AL Ass'-stanfc'gllVDER KOERT peflfifendenr MR. Z. T. FORTESCUE Superintendent of Port Arthur Schools 9 4 Amiga .2 fi-fr 5 -3139? :gf ' , V ?i5,,If..g4. 'f 1 ' , . A gf:-.V 55:1 gg, 9 ' 99 '..7":'1Xif".'l:3iL-' w " etnr A ,'.?f-wifi, wh: - ,Q .,?'1gWiw ,3 .,, -V js I 4. 7 , Z, Vx , . , ,,, . ,irg,f,1, 4"' . ,, , ,mf .ffyffpfxf f f GIS School leaders have lxfcl many hours of conference over the year's work. Just such a conferei Q ' taking place here between board members and school officials. They are: Bob Price, Nl. L. Rosenburg A. E. Patterson, business manager, Fred Wilson, Dr. R. J. Skieluls, Donnie Jo-nes, Nelson Haskel ,J. T. Cone. THEIR JOB: HELP TJ RUN SMOOTHLY So this is how TJ teachers look at a faculty meeting-relaxed and completely at ease. Here they are waiting to see and hear an account of Mrs. Bjerring's world travels. Their meeting 'Featured a tour of the Holy Land, complete with camel rides through the desert. MRS JESSIE MILLER Home Nursing, R.N., B.S. MRS. ANNA MAE DEVINE Principal's Secretary , . ,f ij V, M.. 'zu if ' ' MISS MINNIE LEE WILSON Registrar MISS JEANETTE TENNEY Attendance Clerk COUNSELORS GIVE HELPFUL HINTS MISS LOUISE PFEIFFER Girls' Advisor MISS LOUISE ERWIN Director of Educational Guidance MISS ALIECE ANDERSON Director of Student Activities MR. LONNIE DEVALL Assistant Principal Giving friendly counsel and advice as well as assessing sterner measures, Mr. James R. Tarter, boys' advisor, handles an extensive program of work. PROPER ENGLISH IS BASIC nantes 55355, , -A-. i , ' - M Lt E HUSIE 'KFYK 1' fi, "' 8: Mrs. lsabella Bierring shows Mrs. Flonelle Greer, Miss Martha Havens and Miss Doris Lynn Crisp two of the best fire prevention posters done by her English students. Wi? Publicity for "Dino" in the Pilot is the subject for discussion between Miss Marion Bayard, speech and drama teacher, and Mrs. Mike Redman, iournalism and English instructor. Head of the English department Miss Mae Belle Pelton, Mrs. Alma Johnson and Mrs. Bettye Jane Atkins discuss the usage of a noun as defined in this dictionary. "Do you think this test will be too long?" asks Mr. Kenneth Parker of Miss Ara Golmon, Miss Sara Harrison, Miss Jayne Smith and Miss Margaret Miller. r A GOVERNMENT AT HOME AND ABROAD To prove her point to Miss Mary Eunice Vickers, Miss Mary Evelyn Dunn needed this globe. Miss Dunn has had many interesting stories to tell about her trip to Europe. W a y n e Cornelius, Jo- seph Kushner, Mrs. .lew- el McEwan and Mrs. Reva Westerman study an article of possible in- terest to their social studies classes. I twig ,I yer 2 it A iv . s M ilis M , Q4 ,", f ""' 5 ',s" up QV ' qg M . pggm l..ll1ll'l'0 ,l ,Qs- - 1 7" y!xf?l:, , ' ' V ' y f n?fg.5z.' ., ' ,M Rin? ' ,slwpm ' -.,!7V,fvg 2:1 . , ,' '. f ViA , - "",' "'f'," ,ff ',', J . A fi' . , . ,f-',', ' :' '..- . ,f I, ,,', fs, .. 2 1 'E 2. ' 1 . f f- i,,5 9?,1b6Q,zgg.,,. f 1,.,,.g.y ,M 3 gg-2:.f-v.:e1.z'.w,:':x':- '-:::-.,:f4,-::,1.-,-.-. ' ""' , frl, , ' f'Jf'L?.1:'.. if-,xg-fxffzp' ,',' fwfi zip ' 1 . .",- : ,'.' ,sf 1 -1 4 "" " U: Mr. T. S. Stansell, head of the social studies de- partment, examines notes Clone by one of his Social Studies I students. Miss Eleanor Wall and Mrs. Billy Wilson use world maps to help them teach their classes. t fzf W W f l '.',rA,b'v BOYS' COACHES TEACH "OLD FIGHT" Examining TJ's victories in sports are Coaches: Pete Pense, Ronnie Moye and Bradley Mills. Industrial Arts Teachers Head Coach Clarence E. Underwood outlines tactics to be used against Galena Park in the bi-district play-off as coaches Bentley Jones, John Shelton, and Francis Hill watch. The football coaching staff had an unusually busy year as the Yellow Jackets advanced in state competition. gf:- When it comes to getting a iob done Industrial Arts teachers Gene Jackson, Marvin Cichsowsky, Hugh Shaw, Roger Russell, Leland Kay and head of the department W. G. Jones are well qualified. Their classes specialize in "know how" proiects. , C e eeeee! 1 l ESPECIALLY FOR THE COEDS Relaxing in the lounge before their day's work begins are home economics teachers: Mrs. Janis Marie Lindermann, Mrs. Edna Hargus, Miss Amy Lou Smith, and head of the department, Miss Torn Collier. iorie Drummond, head of girls' physical education department, and Miss Bertha Hebert are marking on that card? Girls at TJ know the rules for games in- side out when Miss Nancy McClain and Mrs. Lois Wilson are coaches. Wonder if those are demerits Mrs. Mar- VARIETY IS SPICE OF STUDY MISS BURDETTE SMYT ...Q Head of Department MRS LAURELLA MERRELL 4 af' MR, WILLIAM MacANALLEN MRS. GERALDINE JOHNSON Foreign language is a part ofthe cultural background for many TJ students. With eagerness and enthusiasm Mr. John Badgett, band director, and Mr. Robert Jordhall, choral director, discuss music suitable for a combined spring concert. Mrs. Lela Morgan and Mrs. Florence Ohland do a more than iust average iob of keeping tab on all old and new. f' ' 77 7771 71 M if ,F x "IT's luke This sand Mrs Laverna Kiefer as she proved her pomt To 'Fellow members of The mathe matics deparTmenT Miss Irene Smlfh Miss Edith Benz and Mass Mablynn Hull X f! .ff ,f 1 K ,Q 1, ,, ,f L if ,L 7 .Rf f g, 7 Vzugffygiblfthfvmafhemafrcs In The narlonal spot W 1 IW ,, fn he Themahcs department worked over Cf Z! 'ff-f I Jim 'lans for teaching The lmporfance of -ff,f,f,fr,1?..-1' ...,, f Qflwff ff foxy Parr of every Teachers daily chore IS grading the ever mounhng fesr papers Here To acknovvl edge the fact are Mlss Shannon Wllhams Mxss Laura Beth Gregory Mr James R Chamblee and Mrs r X PATIENCE IS A MUST IN SCIENCE Q ---,..M,ffw4w f f Alfred Lindeman and Miss Elizabeth, head of the science department, demonstrate to Miss Amy Lou Smith the versatility of this dummy in helping them teach their psychology classes. Easily proclaimed the most unusual Christmas tree is this one made by lab assistants Melinda Stevenson, George Langton, and David Thompson. Pipes from the shape of the tree with brightly colored bottles serving as the decorations. Taking time out from their busy teaching schedule, Mrs. lralene Neve, Mrs. Ellen Chaillot and Mr. John Godwin pause to feed the rare and tropical fish inhabiting this aquarium. I48 Familiar to all physics students is "Mr. McBee's time machine." Here Mrs. Reva Westerman and Mr. Jack Sell listen as Mr. Charles McBee explains this intricate apparatus. , ,iii"i '-i. :ific n 1,- ' lii' . wiii"2,Q Wi. WW! BUSINESS SKILLS INCREASE IN VALUE Displaying one of the varied proiects made in business educa- tion classes are Carolyn Black and Raeleen Cropper. l l Students who have studied commercial work in ' high School have a good background for business Departmental affairs come in for discussion among Miss -Patsy Jeffers Th d pa Tmenf has grown in numbers dur Mr. P. T. Reynolds, Mr. Joseph Kushner, and Mrs. Dell Hille. careers. e e r - ing the past few years, and each teacher in the department has a full quota of students. MISS EOLA GUNSTREAM Head of Department The water fountain iust outside Room 258 is such an attraction for students that Mrs. Mabel Swanzy, Mr. Rex Copeland, and Miss Eola Gunstream stop for a cool drink, TOO. ' 1 X W 1" FA VCRI TES Y -..........., ,mln- in Hf f",- IZI7 ORCLASS RULES SEN: . 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Z , ,I ' if OSH A covsnsn rms EFF SENIOR BALL HOLDS SPECIAL CHARM r V - -----Y-1 --- Lady-in-Wairing, LILLIE BARTLETT Genfleman-in-Waiting, ROBERT BABIN Masfer of Ceremonies ALVIN ETHEREDGE Court Dignifary PAT WEBER Lady-in-Waifing, SHIRLEY DUROW Gentleman-in-Waking, WALTON SHARP ROYALT Y SUZY HODG REU' Princess, BXLLY BAR Prince, ES Princess, GNL PATXN Prince, JERRY PECKHANN Prlhcess, PEGGY DEJEA Prince, JACK GOLF ALTY SE Roy sENloR5 CHO0 Prfhcess, SUSAN YOU Prfhce, EA NGBLOOD RL BO YAN TON JUNIORS CHOOSE FAVORITES Princess, VIRGINIA COLLINS Princess, DEVVANNA WRIBORG Prince, DELMAR FUSSELL Prince, LAMAR MCCARTNEY .ll I Princess DIAN www ,,-- Y UKEX I SS, Dems TH prince S NE DAIGLE Prince SMI if SOPHOMORES IN FIRST SENIOR COURT li CAROL SCALLU uuchess, CAMMH5 IIII DuSI3iZS,BENTQN HTLLE Duke, BH-L FLEMEEVER E Duchess, MARTHA LAIRD Duchess, MARY TRACE SCOTT Duke, CLAREMCEMBRAY Duke, KYLE DEMLER E WIL LONG REMEMBER "Will it fit?" exclaimed Russell Painton while trying on a tux for the Senior Ball. Robert Demler was also present at the fitting. "Oh, I can'T' believe it," was the 'first remark after the 1958 Queen, Anna Ray Scott, was informed of her election. "How will l have it made?" This question races through Give the mirror a break, girls! This was a 'Familiar sight of senior girls the mind of every girl that attends the Senior Ball. before the Senior Ball arrivecl. I 62 rn' 'V 7'7YY 1 l THE SENIOR BALL n silk! A good-night kiss ended a perfect evening. Bright, smiling faces of King Ronnie Stanley, Queen Anna Ray Scott, and Most Popular Boy and Girl, Jeff Hayes and Nancy Creswell, were seen the day of the Senior Ball. 'l'm not about to show up here What'cl you mean-l gotta wear a tux. -w--.....,,,. "Will I have enough?" exclaims Dave Simmons as e and other seniors order corsages for their dates to wear 'ro the Senior Ball. ln the picture are: T. Wilton, R. Sthranahan, and B. Litchfield. I63 SWEETHEARTS . . . Football, SHIRLEY SIMPSON Band, BETH MAJORS I64 Pilot, PAT FISHER D-EM BHELEMLDMLEUJJS r , , ,,,,,,, W WHO'S WHO INSIDE TJ Miss Fufure Teacher, ANNA RAY SCOTT POSTUFG Queen, DOTTIE HONEYCUTT DAR. AWBs GlLLMsAN Miss Ideal Secrefary, INA KILLGORE Mosf School Spirifecl JERRY MATHEWS GEORGE GONDRON4 "THE Mosr' BY SENIOR VOTE l l i l i r Most Typical 1 BRENDA GILLMAN MICKEY WALKER 5 l 5 X , il fi fi . Most Likely fo Succeed NANCY CRESWELL JEFF HAYES Outstanding Service To Senior Class I 4:11 E- a ,cccc Lflflflflflfl i?IflflfZ'I92 I'I'I'I'Z+Z1i 3IfZ'I'l"ZfI SENIOR ,WALTZ K 5620101416 :TQEIOZQIQIQ W ' .. . , .,,,. .,., , . ,,," V ' - Fm, ' - :wary -' zff f "fvf,,,- , - f , 7 f:.fX,lf1e, , - A1 , , - .W -' -Q '!f,,Am7f,wQ ff,,f, f Jw , 1 f "" 2+ , -, ,gf '- ,, 5,4frf4!zj?,,7fiO "':3,j347gfff4ff,'. f',f' I 5 X, '4-f'f,,fI!,f.gQ. - f 'h' ' 2 Z " " ,V ' Q , . 'li ' . -nwfv'f'fffy6m,,Af ,wfifwf -V '- ' .. - f if - M4 QM,f,Q..f- , V , ' r 2iYY7--f Y- ---- i ORGANIZATIONS AND CLUBS X S TUDENT new HAYES smdehf GAIL PATIN Student Body Secretary 170 may vfesiden' V ,PAT ACTIVE IN MANY FIELDS Mike Scott happily surveys contents of the iron pot in which Seniors put their contributions to win the coveted Little Brown Jug in the All-School Drive. Pictured are Marry Bolles, Clar- ence Bray, Mike Slott, Elliot Bray, Vernon Issac, Nancy Creswell, Mary Albritton, Kathy Healey. MISS MARY EVELYN DUNN Sponsor S.B.C. GOVERNS ACTIVITIES Congress is the governing body of our school. With its leaders and the support of the students of Thomas Jefferson Congress performs many outstanding services which help to better our school and community. Some of the yearly proi- ects sponsored by Congress are the food drive, the All-School Chest Drive, teachers tea, and the political elections. eww KW S.B.C. officers confer with David Miller, principal, Lonnie Devall, assistant principal, and Miss Aliece Anderson, director of student activities. Much routine-but highly necessary-work is done by these S.B.C. officers Carol Holmes, bulletin scribe, Joy Barron, typisty and Wendell Hebert parliamentarian. l7l REPRESEN ATIVES TO THE GOODSPORTSMANSHIP LEAGUE The good Sportsmanship League of District ll-4A, of which Thomas Jefferson is president, met here in October. The chief feature of the visit was a talk by Coach Clarence Underwood. Goodsportsmanship rep- resentatives Faye Hebert, Windel Hebert, and Pat Fisher were selected to represent Thomas Jeffer- son in Goodsportsman- ship League of District 'll-4A. ' , 'll W1 'L' sllwil ' MSA F 3? ig i Goodsportsmanship league rep- resentatives met with repre- sentatives from Orange at mid- field of the Orange-Port Arthur game and presented them with a token of friend- ship from our school. Pictured are: Faye Hebert, Jeff Hayes, and Pat Fisher. f i' "" "W" ' " T JUNIOR AND SENIOR CONGRESSM N in 45 +L B. Lee, D. Fussell, B. Taylor, R. Kettrick, B. Morgan, D. Theriot, S. Williams, L. Baker, S. Parclue, G. Walker, N. Saddler, J. Heckendorf, R. Rockwell, S. Pollen, M. E. Trahan, P. Brian, J. Acldcox, J. Lilljedahl, K. Massey. Jr' ,A H .ff -ww .1 M. Arisco, D. Garrett, M. Walker, B. Barrett, G. Mathis, L. M. Bussey, B. Burris, S. Brantley, B. Gilliam, L. Douglag, D. Dayig, F. Hebert, S. Hodges, J. Willoughby, J. Sibley. I73 CONGRESSMEN LEARN NEW WAYS B. Fleming, J. Swanzy, K. Demler, C. Bray, R. Parent, M. Gracey, J. Thomson, B. Hille, S, Lacy, B. Wade, L. Huckabay, M. Laird, M. Bolles, J. Methvin, M. Woodall, L. Mettiza, K. Crumpler, R. Bolser, G. Redfearn, J. Fuselier, S. Cook, P. Demler, J. Burch, C. Oliver. Christmas was made happier for 60 Port Arthur families be- cause of the Food Drive planned by these S.B.C. mem- bers: Rochelle Rockwell, Pat Fisher, Bobby Taylor, Brenda Gillman, Billie Barrett, Martha Laird, and Kyle Demler. A. Braham, L. Menzel, B. Man nino, C. Chelette, S. Hart, D Waller, K. Bowen, C. Cher nosky, J. Pecorino, M. Ash, S Smith, B. Payne, P. Whitehead S. Murray, S. Robinson, H Orena, J. Havard, E. Boyan ton, J. Peckham, S. McCarthy, M. Coleman, J. Goff. .+I I , , ,.-,27 Yi CONGRESS MEETS IN BUSY SESSICN Billy Barrett was elected most out- standing Congressman. Responsible for the teachers' coffee break were Jack Swanzy, Joy Barron, Becky Burris, Frances LeTulle, Lora May Bussey, Cammie Oliver, and Judy Burch. "Hayes for President." The con- vention hall was filled with this 'Familiar cry during the 1957 Gold Convention. Jeff Hayes won the contest over Ronnie Stanley, Mar- ron candidate. ecceiiied TJ's contribution of food baskets following the Christmas drive. F.B.L.A. Boosts Commercial Careers Mr. Reynolds, Miss Jeffers, Miss Bunstream, Mrs. Swanzy, and Mr. Copeland, sponsors of 'F.B.L.A., aid in the development of those students preparing to enter into the business world. Future Business Leaders of America holds interest of stu- dents planning business matters. Choosing Miss Ideal Secretary is one of the interesting events of the year. Miss Ideal Secretary is elected by the membership, and she is presented at a special meeting. Music makes typing enjoyable agree Ina Kilgore, Joy Barron, Sue Carol Johnstone, and Elaine Felder, officers of F.B.L.A. Another event planned by the club early in the year was send- ing a representative to the state F.B.L.A. Convention in Denton. F.B.L.A. members are, first row: R. Stilvvel, S. Knight,.C. Sims, N. Brabham, S. S. Logan, G. Patin, B. McKinley, E, Felder, L. Hernandez, Second row: H. Haynes, S. Johnstone, E. Smith, K. Oosterhout, E. Batic, M. Southerland, C. Colson, L. Wolford, S. Baker, Third row: J. Deslatte, R. Lona, R. Gautheir, B. Byrd, D. Davies, A. Kilgore, D. McBride, E. Youngblood. Fourth row: J, Ortego, B. Deslatte, B. Jefferson, J. Sloan, P. Boyd. I' 777i ' W Y 7' 71' FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA F.B.L.A. members are: first row: J. Day, J. Pecorino, S, Petion, L. Menzel, L. Moerbe, G. Porter, E. Warlick, E. Flores. Second row: F. Lawson, C. McDaniel, M. Thompson, J. LaGrone, K. Squyers, D. Teel, E. Cadena. Third row: A. Barrett, W. LeBlanc, P. Worthy, M. Tatum, G. Macomber, C. Smith, D. Halvorsen, K. Huff. fl l f ""-ul1Z7 F.B.l..A. members are, First row: C. Abrego, G. Gomez, M. Mitschske, M. Summerlin, D. Sims, P. Tarver, N. Perkins, G. Hazelton, E. Hardy, G. Decuir, R. Blanchard. Second row: C. Leman, F. Jones, S. Robinson, F. Wolf, M. Sherman, S. Ulmer, C. McDaniel, C. Forque, D. Theriot, L. Broussard. Third row: G, Kinnaird, I. Kilgore, B. McCorvy, B. Steen, E. Colson, D. Girouard, G. Clayton. 11172 'V ow I77 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Merited Member BETTY BALZERSEN 1956-1957 Merited Member JANICE GILBERT 1956-1957 Merited Member JANE LAKIE 1955-1957 A 5 it fi 411643: .ge F.T.A. fall officers, Anna Ray Scott, Ann Otey, Jane Lakie, Betty Balzersen, Sharon Stansell, Collene Martin, Nancy Malmgren, Glenda Burke, and Brenda Gillman, have the responsibility of heading The club at The beginning of The year. Giving Talks on The radio, on P.T.A. programs and at various other meetings help prepare F.T.A. club members for The District and State Conventions. lnductions and installations are carried on by The club at different points during The year and award night is held once each year. For entertainment The club has a "Get Acquaintc-ad" party and also They are entertained by The Delta Kappa Gamma teachers' organization. Each year The future Teachers work with The faculty on The Public Relations Committee. All of These activities make a very busy year. Ticc - - S T ,r-, t "-.- T'-- T E.:-Q: X, gin. - 1. ,, E- 'Y' 'K 1 lkii i, 3--iQT5iL -- ' n 1 11- 1 ':- fa, 1 .- HY, , , , , 3 Q2 348 0, ci. sobm mm N013 IU' fD -T Billie Methvin, Kay Marsh, Janice Gilbert, Margaret Proft, Martha Stranahan, Mary Bolles, Jane Lakie, Betty Balzersen, Anna Ray Scott and Mary Straub, F.T.A. spring officers, stand ready to plan club activities for the remaining part of-the vear. Merited Member KAREN OOSTERHOUT 1955-1957 '77!'?3T'f V W'?"'7Tj7'Z'Q""b"'5Q'IWUs. ,er .21 uw- - - ., -. if fy -X . -' ' .. ' ara . -1-ze: 1' . .. ,, 4 . -:g4,1:'m....:,' ,4 ' of , T Q 24 1 I x , 0 if'I.q:fQ 1, - V uf .!vi,..,g, 3, 55 .1 134 , ' I Mi f K , 1 vt ,L 4 ig ,Q ,Q T395 l 4 T- 1 1 K r 1 f N f I 3" f X 4 Merited Member ANNA RAY SCOTT 1956-1957 Merited Member SHARON STANSELL 1955-1957 I A ee -- in FUTURE TEACHERS 0F AMERICA The new sophomore members of F.T.A. are, first row: C. Scalco, R. Riclout, M. Bolles, K. Clayton, G Jacobs, L. Youngblood, B. Brown, S. lrby. Second row: B. Latimer, C. Wilson, M. Gerrietts, R. Baker M. Bean, R. Smith, M. McDonald, A. Erwin. Third row: S. Sherwood, M. Reed, G. Salem, J. Morrow C. Mitchell, J. Elam, S. Wilson, M. Shipp, J. Joplin, J. Fusilier. Fourth row: R. Sawyer, B. Brim, M. Eaton G. Godwin, A. Minor, G. Aycock, C. Chernosky, C. Palmer, L. Balzersen, D. Matise. Old members of F.T.A. include, first row: B. Gillman, J. Gilbert, K. Oosterhaut, M. Schnitzer, B. Methvin, S. Stranahan. Second row: N. Malmgren, A. Otey, G. Picton, C. Martin, S. Smith. Third row: B. Balzersen, M. Proft, S. Sfansell, K. Marsch, A. Scott, M. Straub, J. Lakie. F.T.A. sponsors, Miss Mablynn Hill, Mr. Wayne Cornelius and Miss Mary Eunice Vickers feel sure that the teacher shortage has been licked when looking at the number who plan teaching careers. OF INTEREST TO F.T.A. The new junior and senior members of F.T.A. are, first row: D. Coe, M. Johnson, J. Reynolds, R. Availa, J. Bonnell. Second row: J. Fouts, C. Swartz, D. Davis, J. Rowland, J. Crabtree, L. Douglas. Third row: J. Calendar, L. Broussard, P. Parclue, S. Pardue, J. Ashley, D. Halvorsen. At the annual Delta Kappa Gamma's annual Christmas party Miss Laverne McMillian and Mrs. Lonnie Devall serve refreshments to Ruthie Baker and Katherine Reid as Mary McDonald, Lana Dorrell, Gail Jacobs, Rose Sawyer, Ann Otey, Sharon Stansell, Bill Sharp and John Calendar wait their turn. 180 Anna Ray Scott, this year's Miss F.T.A., is busy preparing for the District Convention held in Houston, olurinci the rnonth of Nqupf-111-af t I, .V . ,, ggi J".lLJ, 3-,,,' "1 i',. L,J4,5fg1L45iea JUNIOR RED CROSS Aids in Relieving Distress Members of the Junior Red. Cross include, First row: J. Lusk, C. Thomas, G. Logan, M. Lona, K. Marsch, C. Smith, L. Bartlett, R. Avila, A. Primeaux, S. Wyble. Second row: Z. Zitensky, J, Ashley, C. Fredeman, C. Bell, L. R. Catalina, L. Laughman. Third row: P. Bowen, L. Wolford, V. Adcock, K. Andrus, S. Corley, J. Moreaux, B. Beniamin, S. Hart. Fourth row: J. Elam, K. Hood, S. Robison, D. Albers, M. E. McBride, H. Kares, M. J. McDonald, Fifth row: F. Thibideaux, W. Vellorino, S. Smith, C. Blanchard, A. Bonura, E. Lindgren. J.R.C. Serves Others The American Junior Red Cross, a member of the National Red Cross has been an active organization at Thomas Jeffer- son for many years. Each year homerooms elect a person to participate in the drives and proi- ects promoted by the Red Cross. This organization has proved to be a great help to the commu- nity and school. MRS. NORA GREGORY Sponsor Officers of the Junior Red Cross are as follows: L. Bartlett, S, Corley, L. Laughman, C. Smith, S, Wyble, Mary Carmen Fredeman, E. Lindgren. They are pleased to find that the. Christmas Food Drive was a success. I8l FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Future Nurse underclassmen are, first row: C. Louvier, V. Gaspard, T. Willson, D. Hall, F. Bright, V F. Grillo, B. Wallace. Second row: W. delaRosa, A. Elster, A. Bowman, S. Ronquille, B. Hayes, J. Reed. Third row: D. Jones, V. Trevino, B. Wright, A. Bonura, P. Marretto. Fourth row: F. Ellison, D. Waller, P. Craig, B. Jones. F.N.A. Active All Year The purpose of the Future Nurses is to create interest in the field of nursing. During the fall the Future Nurses engage in selling hot dogs and programs at the football games and working at the Health Center and blood-bank. They work at St. Mary's Hospital all year and in the spring take various field trips. The sponsors, Mrs. Jesse Judd Miller and Miss Elizabeth Shaw, say membership is open to anyone inter- ested in nursing. Teacher or student, TJ's Future Nurses' officers are always anxious To help a patient. Left to right: are P. Byron, seatedg standing, D. Jones, N. Parsley, C. Oubre, M. L. Davidson, B. McGlothen, A. MRS. JESSIE MILLER Sponsor Bonura, F. Hebert, J. Rothman, H. Heidingsfelder and S. Patin. Ml55 ELIZABETH SHAW I82 lk, W, Sponsor CCM PLETES SUCCESSFUL SEASON V. V. ,,.. -,., . m',X,'. V . -V E V V , 1 , ' ' " ' as ,V -V .- A SSS V .V . f--- . -V f - f ' i-vfs.,..- -- V 'r V V V -V -- . 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XV,.,. .V V-V. Q V- 2. .V. .-.VV .-. - - .ff V- .VV-V4 ., ,-V-,,VV .V 7 VV V V . . V,-4? VV 5 SVVSI ,-V--V ,jgfa2fr,.5. -154V "'V1V ' X"V- ff-'V -Vs? ., V-V-fg f 3' EV L'-' i -... Vifb-VVVz'-' K' ' -VV- VV Vf Junior and sophomore Future Nurses include, first row: L. Cole, L. Carr, J. B A. Evans, J. D. Richardson, S. Patin. Second row: C. Branch, D. Merchant, C. L Rothman, M. McDonald, C. Brown, J. Ball, A. Levy. Third row: J. A. Smith, J. Thom C. Smith, L. Pardue. V.. 4 roussard, B. Cooper, eman, P. Foerster, J. sen, J. Ball, P. Smith, A living cloll! F.N.A. members are learning the technique of wrapping a new baby in its blanket. The girls are Bright, J. Reed, A. Levy, A. Bowman and S. Patin. .,.,Ve,Ve: ,V, ,, . ,.H,, VV .,- W . , X4 ' 4 7 77 eq... ,.V.,:w Q ,V 1, V .-hr . 1 Q .V VV V ,, " -' .2-:ir '-052' ' " :.g' . ' - V. "-V',.Q2.:?,:g.5,f.4' 'f' . 2 sf ' ' V VV .,.-n.,V V- .V -gg - V V ,.: ,., " fkfjfdfrjzii? 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VM f if-,J 'YfVv2Z-i2i':z'23 " 'X , 'V" VV V:V V , ff eff iV, ey. 5VQiViV,i'V4', '.,.fVVVgVQ,'g.V'V'f1gf,wif VV I' '3'V"Viff 7 V. 12' 'V '- X' V' 4 asf .412 fV Vcfffv VV MV V FMU-V 1' Vw- ..VVMf4wV' ' , VfVV V fVV- :V 21V VV V V '1:'V VV'VV V ieviVV,:ff.:-UVV 714 'VicV'V'ff fV'VVg HV .c,a1Vw1:- Vzf . .QVIZVY V'V VV V VV VV ,V V- V-V, VQV-Vg V ,, ,.,VVV Beverly Duhon Ann Eisler Faye Heb ert Helen Heidengstelder Ann Chalmers ifWi'?'f?'7WJV Effg-V?V7'fWW9'K7'7 .cE27S07Zf'7f: -V,ewgv:m:-69'-Vw2.V:.Sef:'gsfV,VV ...V K.. ,,X?,,,.V VV. .V.,..V, ,..,,. .VV V ,Q -1gf,2V-1157 'QW M 'a Vlfffrw 4535? - ' f " if 1. ' '-222: .Q V y' V. - 'pw V. V VVE?'lffi.gfffl.1'9f'iV5l5'ff5?V-if'fi-V , .V V yVy. l y. VVVg ygyy y y Barbara McGlothin Linda Miller Cleora Oubre Nancy Parsley Joyce Terrill Margaret Vincent FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Have Definite Plans Finding the basic pattern for the Homemaking members are officers, Cleora Oubre, treas- urer, Betty Harris, secretary, Geraldine Dorman, president and Beverly Duhon, vice presi- dent. Pleased to see the F.H.A. have organized for this year are the sponsors, Mrs. Edna Hargus, Mrs. Amy Lou Smith and Mrs. Jan Lindeman. F.H.A. Meetings Future Homernakers ot Amer- ica meetings have been mostly informal, since most ot the mem- bers are taking classes either in cooking, sewing, or interior deco- ration. The club is used to spur interest in special projects. Members of the F.H.A. include, First row: B, Harris, B. Duhon, G. Dorman, J. Davalos, E. Arciva, M. Summerlin, C. Tahaney. Second row: B. Deslatte, G. Hazalton, J. Deslatte, N. Spradlin, K. Owne, R. Gonzalez, and W. Grimes. Third row: C, Oubre, M. Short, J. Klebba, B. Balzersen, K. Owen, N. Sebastian, P. Forester. 84 r -- -- - -'ff' ART CLUB Plans Beautiful Displays Art Club members are, first row: D. Lewis, R. Gonzalez, J. Davalos, M. Harris, E. Flores, P. Bryan, E. Arciva, D. Arciva. Second row. M. Dubose, G. Dorman, B. Logan, N. Spradlin, L. Sanders, M. McReynolds, N. Beauchamp, T. Speyner, B. Bergeron. Third row: C. Akery, D. Teel, P. Hudson, S. West, P. Skaff, P. Boyd, C. Barras, K. Marsh. Fourth row: C. Owens, B. Britt, E. Myers, T. Castillo, J. Martinez, E. Williamson, R, Stevens, D, Gonzalez. Artists Plan Show A spring art show has been high on the list of proiects planned by the Brush and Palette Club this year. Perhaps the most-noticed work of the artists has been the consistently interesting show cases in the front foyer. Ranging from oil and water colors to tooled metal plaques, the displays have added color and life to the hall. Members of the club work informally during bi-monthly sessions in the W Art Room. MR ROGER RUSSELL Co-Sponsor MRS, EDNA HARGU5 Trying to improve their artistic talent are Emma Flores, Miriam McReynolcls, Nadene Beachamp C0.5p0n5Qr Rosie Gonzalez and Edgar Williamson, officers of this year's Art Club. . iss PROJECTORS CLUB SPECIALIZES IN SERVICE MRS. LELA MORGAN Sponsor Movie operators help make classes more interesting to students, Pictured above are D. Broussard, R. Broussard, W. Youngblood, J. Malone, D. Jacobs, K. Mashburn, and J. Mire who take study hall periods to show films and movies. BIOLOGY CLUB ORGANIZES Members of the Biology Club include, first row: Mrs. Mary E. Chaillot, S. Brazil, A. Nelson, A. Miner, W. Peyton. Second row: J. Doerge, G. Thornell, M. Sarcin, S. Herman, G. Logan, M. Sarcin, S. Patin, I. Christian. Third row: Mr. John Godwin, R. Nelson, G. Smith, K. Crumpler,-L. Latiolas, J. Scott. Fourth row: T. Trahan, R. Chase, B. Sharp, R, Woods. Fifth row: Mr. Alfred Linclerman, H. Knippa, B. Haynes, T. Girolamo, B. Jenkins, J. Gibson. 'YYY YV2 77 77 7 K CAMERA CLUB Encourages Hobby iv 1 xg--1 Members of The Camera Club include, firsr row: R. Gonzalez, J. Davalos, E. Flores, E. Arciva, M. Harris, M. Lewis, B. Logan, G. Dorman, Second row: B. Davis, B. Murphy, P. Boyd, J. Klebba, B. Harris, L. Sanders, N. Spradlin, S. West, P. Hutson. Third row: Wayne Sonders, E. Payne, C. Shaw, E. Williamson, W. Bodden, B. Sfevens, C. Landry. "Look This Way, Please" Working purely Tor pleasure, members of The Camera Club have had numerous opporTuniTies To make picTures This year. The club received a big boosT This year when a Tormer TJ sTudenT donaTed a quanTiTy of phoTographic maTerials Tor members To use This year. Mrs. Laverna Kiefer, original sponsor of The club and an ardenT "'shuT- Ter bug" enThusiasT, has aided member in Technical maTTers. Mr. Roger Russell, arT insTrucTor, has given poinTers and pracTical experience in shooTing and developing prinTs, and Mrs. lsabelle Bierring, world Traveler, has given much valuable help vviTh The beauTifuI slides ThaT she has made. I I l MR. ROGER RUSSELL The club is informal and meehngs have been largely devoTed To Co-Sponsor pracTical demonsTraTions. """'Ri MRS. ISABELLA BJERRING MRS. LAVERNA KIEFER l Cosponsors Camera Club officers, Geraldine Dorman, Sheryl West, PaTsy Hudson, and Linda Sanders, seem raTher pleased wiTh Their snapshots. 4--K l87 CHEMISTRY CLUB'S MAD SCIENTISTS MR. JACK SELL Co-Sponsor MA W f ,MP fa? 4325 W Tfggmfzwi-,fy-542f iw- ' 41- .ff '-:rf W 4554 vwtfif' -, 1 ff '. wwf ff-f 4'-fwfr' if if . ,. cf'f,w ' - if : Fx ,..,g,f,j.55Z5l,:g f. , . , Y ' f f 2 .wc mf-.gf.,':. , W 4 5 "' fb 'ff J' v ,5 . f A f MQ if f 4 7 33 wi ff f fir' 1 , Q5 520 , ' .44 ft? I W N , XV f f 2 f f X Mft! f r MRS. REVA WESTERMAN Co-Sponsor Rocket Fuel, Maybe Pooee! What's that horrible odor? lt may be that the Chemistry Club members are mixing a batch of rocket fuel or maybe it's lust tomorrovv's les- son. The Club furthers the interest of students wishing to do individual re- search in the chemical field. Don't be alarmed though, we have Mr. Sell to conduct the club. l88 . 1. sc These chemistry students find the slide rule very helpful in solving chemistry problems. Members of the Chemistry Club are: J. Barron, R. Darling, J. Klebba, S. Long, G. Langdon, J. Merron, J. Walding, F. Hubbard, A. Thornton, T. Cupit. Never a dull session at the meetings when chemistry students try a new experiment. Students are: R. Iverson, P. Fleckman, L, Patillo, A. Elster, B. Looney, S. Hart, D. Braun, R. LaQuey. ,...A.-,ww-...., W. sm... fs - 1 . .,,L ,V IAVK 5 V. lf. 4' .Q 'ad Satisfaction is written on the face of every chemistry student when he successfully completes a difficult experiment. Working like little beavers are: W. Saunders, R. Pryor, M. Elerby, R. Spears. F ' ' " 'i l SLIDE RULE - THE EASY WAY MRS. LAVERNA KIEFER Co-Sponsor ln Slide Rule l Mrs. Laverna Kiefer looks pleased as Linda Ulbrich finds The soluTion To a long, Tedious problem. A liTTle adiusTmenT of The slide rule and Mr. Charles McBee has solved a problem for The Monday and Tuesday members of Slide Rule ll. These seven boys are compeTing for The honor of being on The slide rule Team. They are, lefr fo right: Bobby ScoTT, George Martin, Cecil Jackson. ArTie ThorTon, Tommy Wilten, John Huebel- andyJQl1'1lB"Ql1ff . T S MR, CHARLES MCBEE Co-Sponsor Slide Rule Meetings STepping ahead oT Their class- maTes, members of The Slide Rule Club do noT vvaif To begin college maTh before They invesTigaTe The use of This handy gadgeT. Each Slide Rule class rneeTs Two mornings each week before school. Teaching TuTure engineers The use of slide rules are Mrs. Laverna Kiefer and Mr. Charles McBee. T89 JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Mary Albritton, first consul ex l :RUP iw Uuluiw' UL-Q R 5. PZ , pains to other J.C.L. officers, Joan Willouby, Larry Pardue, and Ruth Darling, ,the intricate design of Roman Architecture used in old Roman buildings. ' X We ' My r'c'5Qf 'TQIL , t i W mg C sees. N -J , sw 1 6 'TT , I l v!p'1lJ Bu MISS BURDETTE SMYTH Co-Sponsor Junior Classical League is basically organized to pro- mote interest in Latin. Short plays are given at the meetings to acquaint club members with Roman history. Among the differ- ent plays presented are The Pageant of the Trojan War and Julius Caesar. A style show and quiz show have also been programs. J.C.L. Slaves include, first row: J. Kirkpatrick, B. Huitt, V. J. Harper, B. J. Gralino, D. Byram, J Smith L. Munoz, H. Fontenot H Bracey R Cha B D , . , . se, . avis, J. Swanzy. Second row: M. Bolles, C. Chelette, K. Rusling, J. Methvin, S. Chesser, S. McGlothlen, M. Bonnell, K. Healey, F. Self. Third row: J. Hays, M. Woodall, P. McBride, C, Brown, S. Irby. Fourth row: E. Marsh, J. Crabtree, S. Stevenson, C, Chernosky, D. Waller, P. Demler, B. Brim. Fifth row: J. Click, M. McDonald, J. Thomsen, G. Smith, J. Richardson, G. Logan. rr -71 i X PROGRAMS ARE ALWAYS FUN MRS. GERALDINE JOHNSON Co-Sponsor ,ff For entertainment a "Get Acquaintedu Party and a Christmas Party with a play on the Roman Christmas, Saturnaliz, were held. A Coke Party is also given in - - Aiding the Olympian Clan in presenting a style show that would be typical of old The Spring for fufure Lafm Rome in the day of Caesar are: J. Badgett, B. Green, G. Gondron, L. Pardue, J. Mathews, E B a STUClel1TS. It is easily S66-I'l M. Weeks, M. Straub, S. Brazil, M. Johnson, T. Trahan, M. J. Harper, . fr y. that J.C.L. keeps busy throughout the year. T 1 Sl macle up ot first row' K Langlos G Roundtree, J. Schnell, T. Trahan, J.C.L. aves are , . . , . B Fleming C White Second row: J. Doerge, B. Brown, J. Lusk, K. Polite, M. Reed, A.. Irwin, Myers, Buvinghausen, M. Myers. Third row: J. Fuselier, S. Smith, S. Herman, M. Sorenson, M. Fredeman, S. Walters, M. Scott, J. Gardner, C. Palmer, B. Looper, G. Brogan, M. Ellender, M. Eaten, C. Smith. J.C.L. DRAWS LARGE MEMBERSHIP ZYJKU The Olympian Clan includes first row: M. Johnson, J Mathews, P. Manley, S. Lu quette. Second row: R. Darl ing, K. Oosterhout, C Richker. Third row: L. Par- due, B. Green. new i 2.49.2541 V The Pompeian Clan consists of, first row: M. McMillian, M. Prott, L. Baker, M. Stranahan, J. Hatfield. Sec- ond row: J. A. Potter, L. Ulbrich, S. Pardue, F. Ron- shausen, G. Jordan. Third row: R. Iverson, J. Bright, E. Hurwitz, B. Payne, T. Wilton, J. Peck. The Junian Club is composed ot, first row: G. Mathis, A. Bonura, L. Randall, M. McDonald, G. Leavell, J, Addcox, M, McGutf, S. Brantley, S. Hodges. Second row: L. Orr, K. Oosterhout, C. Holter, P. Nzrretto, D. Golf, B. Litchfield, E. Lingren. Third row: L. Miller, J. Welles, B. Lee, Nl- Wall, B- P3fke"7.Jf LBUQ .,.. PH,-.L I L . 1, ,,,,4,eL',ua, ..,...,7. 7i THERE'S ACTION FOR "SLAVES" Don Campbell, senior J.C.L. member, is preparing Annette lrwin for the slave sale while Sandra Irby and Carol Richy await their turn. The Octavian Clan has as its members, first row: M. Trahan, B. Methvin, E. Linn, P. Richards, M. Schnitzer, N. Welch. Second row: D. Jones, D. Wriborg, P. Mit- chell, J. Ashley, B. Steven- son, B. Britten. Third row: D, Braun, D. Bleakley, T. Knight, D. Jacobs. X! , f The Julian Clan consists of, first row: J. Bonnell, S. E. Haber, B. Goldblum, C. McDonald, Z. Bittensky. Second row: S. Herlin, S. Peck, P. Skaff, S. Smith, R. Rockwell, R. Summerlin. Third row: D. Moriaty, 7 x , V ,,7 " 'T ' n, G. Parker, G. Walker, R. Stevenson. I93 FRENCH CLUB MISS LOUISE PFEIFFER Sponsor French Club officers, Rie Carr, Susan Zerkle, Jerry Angelle, and Sandra Lyday, are making arrangements for the Foreign Language Banquet. Language of Romance "The Language of Romance," French, has been made interesting to students when French Club holds special song fests and programs.. The club is one of TJ's oldest organizations. It is sponsored by Miss Louise Pfeiffer and membership is extended to anyone who is Taking or has taken French. Catching up on last night's homework, checking over today's agenda and looking pretty are the early comers to the French meetings. Those almost always on time are, first row: Mr, Russell Simon, B. Sharp, R. Carr, S. Zerkle, J. Angelle, S, Feemster, D. Storey, S. Durow. Second row: M. McBride, J. Williams, P. Whitehead, G. Redfern, K. Clayton, B. Jackson, L. Matissa, J. Malone. r "' Tf" ' ' ' W H "' "1 PLANS SOCIAL EVENTS The Sophomore members of the French Club are, first row: C. Scalco, B. Jackson, K. Clayton, G. Redfearn, S. Salter, S. Cook. Second row: L. Metisa, C. Mitchell, M. Laird, C. Smith, V. Conant, D. Long, S. Stevens. Third row: B, Sharp, A. Nelson, P. Craig, M. McBride, D. Motice. The Juniors and Seniors in the French Club are, first row: D. Jones, N. Booth, S. Ulmer, L. Wol- ford, L. Stokes, M. Coleman, S. Feemster, A. Primeaux, R. Carr. Second row: C. Haws, C. Martin, S. Durow, P. Whitehead, J. Day, S. Zerkle, F. Cruise. Third row: L. Carr, S. Lyday, D. Storey, A. El- lister. Fourth row: C. Oliver, J. Angelle, C. Landry, J. Malone, W. Hebert, L. Mills. The French Club Social Committee plans the programs and socials for the club. A banquet was among the plans. Members of the com- mittee are, seatecl: Lynda Stokesf Faye Lynn Cruise, Carolyn Mitchell, Carol Scalco, and standing, are: Becky Burris, Jessie Day, Mary Mc- Bride, Bill Sharp and Shelia Hart. SPANISH CLUB Specializes in Fun MRS. LAURELLA MERRELL Co-Sponsor Getting acquainted with the Old Man's mask are Spanish club offi- cers, Ester Arciva, Rosie Gonzalez, Emma Flores, and Linda Douglas. Spanish costumes and other relics are displayed here by the third year Spanish class. l l , Members of the Spanish Club are, first row: T. Callazo, B. Barbosa, E. Davalos, J. Davalos, C. B. Ayala, E. MR, BILL MCANALLEN Arciva, J. Coleman, J. Douglas, D. Crist. Second row: R. Baker, M. Barron, B, Cockram, J. Church, L. Crowe, C0.5p0,-tsor P. Brannon, J. Arnold. Third row: M. Davidson, J. Culver, S. Dominguez, R. Gonzales, K. Andrus, M. Aguilar, A. DeLaRosa. Fourth row: R. Andrews, R. DeLosSantos, F. Montalvo, M. Carclenas, O. Bedsole, T. Castillo. , ' QA A r. . zzzzL.---..zz- , Members of The Spanish club in- clude, first row: H. Lopez, W. Hodges, M. Harris, V. Gaspara, E Hardy, L. Gayle. Second row: C Levingston, J. Fusilier, H. Flores, P ForesTer, M. Flores, and R. HeberT Third row: R. lnfante, J. Kiamar, E Flores, R. Gonzalez, L. Lewis. Fourth row: R. Garcia, D. Fussell, B. LaQuey, J. Henning, H. Malgren, D. Hoag. Members of The Spanish club in- clude, firsr row: R. Rodriguez, A. M. Solis, J. Read, G. Salem, L. Sanders, R. Valverde, J. Thibode- aux, G. Newman. Second row: M. WaTson, M. Valerde, P. Pardue, A. Villarreal, F. Ramirez, Third row: B. Roberson, A. Rutledge, R. Wood, R. Pryor, H. Olvera, G. R. Swearingen. Fourth row: R. Prohl, L. Ybarra, J. E. Walding. SPANISH CLUB Fun and Friendship Much chaTTer, a Tew songs and games, buT Tor The mosT parT jusT friendship characTerize meeTings of The lOO member Spanish Club direcTed by Mrs. Laurella Merrell. Spanish Club members meeT Twice monThIy in room 236 where programs Tor varied inTeresTs are planned and performed by club members. I97 HERALDS PROMOTE GOOD RELATIONS gnge-.,1:1 .': -T.--.5 ...W sw..- ,. f-'vw T ,....T.,-a .... .:,-:X xxk,-.. . up 1-r-sv l . sw- T l -x'.1:.l..: 'W' ' l MISS LOUTSE PFEIFFER Sponsor Brooks PorTer, Ann Eisler, Becky Burris, and Mary AllbriTTon, Herald officers for This year, are pleased ThaT The club has had a successful year. Heralds Value Membership Belonging To Heralds means ThaT you are ready To be of service To your school. Heralds have aided in The poliTicaI campaigns This year by explaining The elecTions To sophomores and iuniors. The large group meeTs monThly vviTh Their advisor, Miss Louise Pfeiffer. f.,. fs: f--.-- 11- - l is . K 5' 1 Kirk'-rl 7 :T1?.Q:'.'5sl-is S 1 r ....... ,.., , 2 S ' " 2591" ' -N'z.,t.f,gi- l l l l Junior members of Heralds are, first row: D. Halvorsen, J. Day, F. Cruse, R. Avila, G. Walker, J. PoTTer, 2 J. Tomlin, P. Gerbins, M. STranahan. Second row: G. Leavell, N. Malmgren, B. Brittain, F. Ronshausen, L. Baker, S. Herlin, J. Heckendorf, B. Redick, A. ElsTer. Third row: G. Labbit, R. Iverson, R. Summerland. we , T F ' " "' f "" i "' 1 llll BETWEEN VARIOUS GROUPS Senior members of Heralds are, first row: R. Darling, A. Eisler, G. Mire, S. Skillman, S. Zerkle, B. Burris, L. Douglas, S. Baker, T. Thomas, L. Stokes, E. Treibel, A. R. Scott, B. Gillman. Second row: S. Stansell, C. Holter, R. Patin, B. McGlothlen, L. Nabours, J. Gilbert, C. Swartz, K. Oosterhout, S. Daigle, L. Vincent, C. Richker, and B. Balzersen. The Orientation Committee of Heralds is very helpful in answering questions asked by the sophomore homerooms concerning the political parties and Maroon and Gold Conventions. Members of the com mittee are, first row: B. Barrett, B. McDonald, D. Orr, C. Bray, J. Angelle. Second row: P. Manley S. Zerkle, C. Holter, M. Allbritten, C. Holmes, D. Davis, S. Logan, K. Vaughan. Third row: B. Burris, L ' SEMI R Darling, C. Swartz, S, Simpson, F. Hebert, S. Hodges, L. Douglas. 1 ....-.,g. ANSWERS SERVICE CALL "lt isn't easy," admit these Social Committee members of the Heralds as they try to crowd a social activity into a busy school calendar. Some of the members are: Gail Leavell, Miss Pelton, and Mr. Parker, sponsors: Kaye Oosterhaut, Sherry Johnson, Patsy Gerbens, Dick Hoag, Artie Thornton, and Robert Demler. 7!,1'? fp 'f f, Other Senior members ot Heralds include, first row: J. Barron, P. Manley, M. McGuff, J. Sibley, S. Hodges, S. Simpson, C. Holmes, D. Davis, M. Allbritton, S. Logan, M. Coleman, K. Vaughan. Second row: S. Luquette, G. Patin, B. Majors, J. Matthews, S. Youngblood, M. Newman, E. Felder, B. Logan, J. Row- land, K. Gilbert. Third row: J. Havard, D. Orr, J. Angelle, B. Britt, B. Barrett. Fourth row: E. Boyanton, W. Frazier, D. Campbell, B. Porter. 200 PRINTING CLUB HAS NEW CHARTER David Eichblatt, a diligent worker in the Printing Club, explains some of the simple procedures of printing before helping the club print basketball programs. l l The newly organized Printing Club is sponsored by Mr. Gene Jackson. The main purpose of the club is to try to help promote interest in the graphic arts. This is done through the Printing Club serving as a service club to the other clubs in the school. Looking over a list of suggestions of how the Printing Club may be of help and service to other clubs in the school are the officers: David Garrett, secretary: Ronald Richard, president, and Victor Calamia, vice president. Mr. Gene Jackson is the club's sponsor. Members of the Printing Club are, left to right in background: D. Eichblatt, D. Morales, Nlr. Gene Jackson, sponsor, L. Brew, P. Kibbe, D. Garrett, H. Hathaway, L. R. Romero. ln foreground are, left to rrigl3t?uF2, G5!Edg hard,, V., Calamia, D. Chance. REPERTOIRE CLUB MISS MARIAN BAYARD Sponsor The Repertoire Players officers, C. Wil kerson, E. Felder, and J. Palmer, played an important role in making "Dino" a great success. Not pictured is A. Thomp- son, also an officer. A lot of hard work, loads of lines to memorize, and flats to paint, but it's all fun for the TOO member Repertoire Players, under the direction of Miss Marian Bayard. Students interested in drama make up this organization. Members plan and perform varied programs throughout the year. "Dino" was their fall presentation and a series of one-act plays was planned for the spring. "Dino" was one of the Repertoire Players' most outstanding productions this year. The cast includes, first row: C. Scalco, M. Frecleman, J. Dupuy, B, Sharp, J. Adams, L. Locke. Second row: D. Jacobs, J. Day, M. Harris, J. Potter, C. McDonald. Third row: E. Felder, C. Wilkinson, A. Brabham, B. Lee, K. Wyble, P. Summerlin, A. Ethredge, M. Slott, Fourth rovvg J. Palmer, J. Brauninger, N. Beauchamp, B. Phares, S. Hodges. f Y SPONSORS SCHOOL PLA YS The Repertoire Players include al- most everyone in school who has ever walked across The stage. However, These faithful few answered The call 'For Repertoire Club pictures. They are, first row, left to right: C. Scalco, N. Bea- champ, A. Brabham, R. lverson, C. McDonald, M. McDonald, and J. Richardson This is one of The most dramatic scenes of "Dino" where Banker Phares, who plays The part of Dino's father, resorts to violence in knocking his son, Dino lplayed by Charles Wilkersonj To The floor. The three-act play was presented by The Repertoire Players Nov. 21, 22, and 24. Miss Marion Bayard was The director. , -f .fwmff ff.-Q-wma Members of The Repertoire Club include, first row: J. Cunningham, G. Burke, D. Lewis, S. Murray, M. Reid, M. Harris, B. Lee, J. Falcon, M. Barron, M. Coleman, J. Pryor, J. Reynolds. Second row: E. Felder, -f'2-iff?--e-g,:vrj-jr:50535, S. Hodges, J. Palmer, B. Phares, D. Price, J. Mire, D. Moriaty, J. Barron. , Y , i 1 X DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The Scrapbooks contain a record of D.E. Club work. Taking a look at the record are club leaders, Barbara Bell, Tommie Nell Chambers, Brenda Hill and Pat Sabo. MRS. DELL HILLE Sponsor The second period D.E. class is as follows: B. Barbin, P. Carlin, A. Chalmers, L. Coats, J. A. Curry, J. DeVillier, R. Dunkerley, R. Gauthier, T. Greene, J. Gregory, S. Hebert, M. B. LaBouve, W. Marcantel, S. Martinez, N. Melancon, W. Morgan, B. Morvant, M. Pansana, M. Ross, K. Rouly, G. Scully, M. Simmons, J. Smith, G. Waites, B. Wooley, C. Bullard. The third period D.E. class is composed of J. Ardoin, J. Baskin, J. Borel, W. Boyd, C. Breaux, R. Burns, R. Carrier, E. Cooper, J. Crump, J. David, C. Delahoussaye, N. Dill, P, Dillingham, D. Edgerly, W. Giroir, L. Guidry, G. Hickson, D. Jones, W. Jones, M. l.eFleur, A. G. Marceaux, B. Nolan, M. Patrick, C. Rhodes, A. Reesner, C. Sammons, C. Simmons, O. Thomp- son, R. Walston, P. Weber. ff'-V- i--7, ., r ' Y W'Y ' Y 'TT SALESMANSHIP IS THEIR TALENT The fiffh period D.E. class includes, R. Barnes, A. Bergeron, C. Bigler, G. Burn- ham, C. Caldwell, D. Cannon, T. Chamber, P. Cooper, J, Darfez, F, Deckard, M. De- Leon, R. DoTy, S. FelTman, L. Garcia R. Garcia, J. Gower, B. Hill, C. Jones R. Landry, B. Logue, K. Lopez, C. Malone V. McCurley, B. Mire, W. Mifsche, P. MuckleraTh, D. OuThouse, P. Sabo, G Sons, and F. Webb. 1 r 1 D.E. Club Acfive The DisTribuTive Educafion Club, a member of The naTionaI and sTaTe organizaTion, helps prepare sTudenTs for Their individual careers. The club offers sTudies in The display of merchandise and The arT of pleasing The cusTomer in refail merchan- dising. Each year a few members of D.E. are selecTed To aTTend The sTaTe convenTion. The club has an annual ChrisTmas parTy along wiTh oTher fun-making acTiviTies, A banquei' in honor of Their bosses is The chief social evenT of The year. "PracTice makes perfect" So Think These Three young ladies, PaT Sabo, Carolyn Bigler, Having a happy Time aT The annual D.E. Club and Brenda Hill, who are practicing The display of merchandise. ChrisTmas parTy are Rosemary Blanchard, Welborn Jones, Brenda Hill, Clyde Caldwell and Rene Landry. RADIO CLUB Organizes This Year Terry Trahan, George Martin, and Willard Youngblood, officers of the Radio Club, discuss the operations of a radio. Calling All Operators The Radio Club, newly organ- ized with Mr. P. T. Reynolds as sponsor, has held high interest for a group of boys. With in- dividual interest as the chief force, the group met before and after school to learn the opera- tion of radio equipment. With a smile and a handshake between Jeff Hayes and Willard Youngblood the charter for the Radio Club is granted by Congress, Boil Terry Trahan, extreme right, demonstrates to A other club members the difficult operation of the code machine. RIFLE CLUB Members Shoot "On Target" Aiming for the target are the Rifle Club officers, Billy Barrett, secretary, Swiki Anderson, president, David Garrett, parlia- mentarian, and Bill Garrison, vice presi- dent. The desire of many boy's hearts came to reality the day Swiki Anderson received the charter from Jeff Hayes, making the Rifle Club an official organization. Composed of boys interested in hunting and firearms, the nevvly organized Rifle Club re- ceived the club charter early this year. The club meets every other Tuesday after school in the audi- torium. Mr. Marvin Cichovvski is the sponsor. Swiki Anderson is the club president, David Garret, parliamentarian, and Billy Bar- rett serves as secretary. Members get experience in marksmanship by going to the National Guard firing range on some Tuesdays. A National Guard officer acts as instructor. Members ofthe Rifle Club include, first row: A. Ethredge, S. Anderson, J. Russell, B. Barrett, L. Patella, B. Fleming, D. Fussell, R. Strother, L. Guidry, W. Quinn. Second row: E. Davies, R. Richard, G. Caldwell, W. Frazier, R. Painton, D. Justice, L. Bergeron, R. Gaspard. Third row: D. Garrett, P. Summerlin, G. Cadena, E Bra R Bo ' ,Fourth row: E. Kessy, R. Hopkins, B. Scott, B. Britt, M. Howard, B. Garrison. , 207 - yr i.!l1,KJ., fm 1 f 'Ev 4'4ZQ...,,, Q5,M E6 44 HUSSARS YIELD PLACES AT GRADUATION Brenda Barras Joy Barron Lillie Bartlett Barbara Bell Carolyn Bigler Betty Bobbitt Beverly Burney Lora Mae Bussey Helen Carr Melanie Coleman Carmen Collazo Sylvia Corley Nancy Creswell Alline Dawson Peggy DeJean Sara Domlngl-'92 Polly Duncan Kay Ellerbee Pat Fisher Janice Gilbert Jane Lakie Suzanne Luquette Sheila Mffaffhv -B " Beverly Mire Gloria Mire Pam Manley Gay Mathis X ZZ! 5 ff' 6 'if' f , f f , 65, , M ,, A fyf 2 ffl 5 4 J ff V ,xg 51 O 3 4755: .D 1V -, 0 ,,.5 , .1 , .v ,'.:1W- ' A 4' f ff'-bl-1423, if . , , , . G , f, 7 f Leaf, . , f, ,fy :gp - f , ,, . vvff-4 f'e,,.ifu,f -"hw - f ' :' , ,L . f, - f I ,4-' ,f 'Ae-CW tg glggf . ff--wfzwffiu fM?"zf-f Va. 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Patsy Werner Sandra Wyble Susan Zerkle "Here we come" is the battle cry for TOO members of the Red Hussar Drum and Bugle Corps as they step off the yard lines with 360 steps a minute. 2lO I FORMATIONS ARE VARIED AT EACH GAME Sponsor MISS MCCLAIN Lora Mae Bussey and Joy Barron, Drum and Bugle Sergeants, take time out for a well earned picture. All of their hard work shows greatly in the precision drills and fabulous parades. "The Eyes of Texas" were upon our boys as they fought hard in the O-O game against the Orange Tigers. The Hussars were right in there to the end. Officers, Bussey, Manley, Ellerbee Bartlett, Barris, Fisher, Felder, Bur ris, Willoughby, Honeycutt, Smith Carr, Herlin, Mitchel, Rockwell Pittman, and Barron pause a min ute for a quick picture. 2II 1 BIG MOMENTS The "Shirttail Parade" will be long remembered by this group of Hussars who created extra 5UppOSedly cheering our team on to victory school spirit at the Bonfire. They yelled, "Burn the Royal Purples," and the command was iS HUSSBI' and Band member Susan Zerkle carried out. Poor little ole Beaumont dummy. and Donnie Orr. Well-??? The Sophomore Buglers are learning their songs from Sara Dominguez, a senior. Also not pictured, but still struggling were the Sophomore Drummers. 4 VV H f V V V ,- 4 I ' "'7"f'ff --fy SPEAKING OF SCHOCL SPIRIT . . . Beafing of drums, sounds of bugles, it could be none oTher than TJ's own Red Hussars. Looking up inTo the stands you will be sure To see the flashing uniforms of red and whiTe and hear the voices 'Full of pep, giving our boys encour- agement To win. Don'T look now, buf do we see them puTTing The old familiar iinx on The opposition, or is it a hen parTy? ls everybody happy? Well, yes. Adding pep and music, The Hus- sars were quiTe specTacular at each pep rally. VicTory was The cry heard ThroughouT the Field House and wiTh This group of beauties behind our boys, They were sure to Try Their hardesT To win State. The Hussars hold many honors Through Their parTicipaTion in and among civic and social affairs at home and in oTher Towns. Well, whaT have we here? It looks as if The Hussars Tangled with some wild Tigers. All cheered for a win over The Orange Tigers at This pep rally, The Hussars had Their maioreftes in There with a cute rouTine capturing The Tigers as we hoped would happen in The forthcoming game. At each and every game The Hussars came Through with a Top performance. 2l3 MAROON AND GOLD BAND CAROLE ANN HOLMES Drum Major c-I rl xT'4 U .L tglilv' ' x D- I I l ll' ,ll xl' I, III, mr Working along wifh Mr. John BadgeTT, direcTor of T.J.'s fabulous band, are Two of The Three sTudenT direcTors, Jim Boone and Malcolm Wall. We are very proud of This band and The many honors ThaT have been besTovved so graciously upon iT. 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X- -ft ,-3153, X fw- , 4 Keg .,:.,!ygf,,pf 1 fr fu -,E U Qi .A gf, Q ,g,,,f ,cn f , W - , V - f ffm 'f , ,, ' ,'., f f- Af, ,, 4 I 1 ' if n- f ,i 1 U if ,lf if f , li' 'P ' xg ggi 'f 5 IVVV X V ff qyl, 5 f , V V , ig 'I kk",- . ,. K, .4 if , f , -I 1 xi' . W 1 Q bf Q 4 if 1' "' X ' QV., f 'y. -gg: fl X mf?-P - X TOP NOTCH PERFORMERS Keeping the band in rhythm and tune are Barbara Myers, majorette, Frances Ronshausen, assistant drum maior, Suzy Hodges, head I ,tQ,,, wk IF! Big rounds of applause go out to these hard working girls who conquer the art of twirl- ing and fancy stepping. Here we see the smiling faces of Beth Majors, Judy Hatfield, Barbara Myers, Shirley Simpson, and Shirley Logan. At each game or pep rally you could always count on the majorettes to give a spectacular performance. Wow! color guardp and Carole Holmes, drum maior. When it comes to performance these girls are tops. They work together to compose the very best of everything whether parades or football games, even various kinds of programs, you can bet these girls were on the job helping in every way they possibly could. We at T.J. are proud as can be of the great organizations we have. Well it was a iob, but we rounded up the officers of T.J.'s great band . . . First row: B. Majors, S. Hodges, C. Holmes, S. Brantley, and B. Myers. Second row: M. McGuff, F. Ronshausen, and C. Franklin. Third row: D. Crockett, M. Wall, J. Boone, D. Orr, J. Havard, F. Teller, and D. Shephard. This year, this group and the other band members had the pleasure of participating in the Mardi Gras in New Orleans, La. They have had the honor of taking part in many social and civic affairs, I T7 1 , ...rgirt-5.1 ' I SPOTLIGHTING MUSIC AND COLOR Our featured musicians aT TJ are known as 1he Jeffersonians. Yes, thanks can be awarded Them 'for the Head Colo, Guard many Times They played for school and social gatherings. WheTher senTimenTal or iazz, oh yes, They SUZY HQDGES can play it. Color Guard COIOI' Guard Color Guard BETTY BROWN SUE BRANTLEY ANN EISLER CHEERLEADERS . . . ALL THE WAY BIG TEAM . . . ALL THE WAY! JESSIE DAY JANICE MCBRIDE JERRY MATTHEWS Junior Senior Senior A winning TooTloall Team and winning cheerleaders go To- geTher like Maroon 'n' Gold. On hand aT every game, cheering The JackeTs all The way To The sTaTe playoffs. One reason for Their success is ThaT They aTTended a cheer- leading school in The summer of '57 aT Sam HousTon STaTe in Hunfsville. AT This school They learned new cheers and how To perform Them. GEORGE GONDRON Senior MISS HEBERT Sponsor DELMAR FUSSELL GERALD JORDQN Junior V Junior fm? ' ' 7? . .r -T..'..'. Y"""lv'i V' '1 JACKETEENS The JackeTeens was no? a closely organized group, but their enthusiasm in cheering The 'Football Team to victory resulied in excifecl scenes like This one. MISS BERTHA HEBERT Sponsor President Pat Jackson and Vice President .loan McMongale along with Pat McMongale, secrefary, are looking for prospective members. 22 MAROON AND GOLD CHOIR The Thomas Jefferson Choir added color and spice to many school activities with their lively spirituals, romantic ballads, inspiring religious songs. Many members of the Choir won individual awards. The group also won in interscholastic competition. This year has been a full one for the Maroon and Gold Chorus. Club banquets, church services, school assemblies, baccalaureate, and the graduation ceremony are some ot the activities 'in which the choir has been engaged. Composed of 49 members, and directed by Robert A. Jordahl, the choir has had a successful year. Singing in the All-State Chorus at the Texas Music Education Association Convention held in Galveston, February 21-23, was a very special honor. The Chorus was composed ot the best singers in Texas High Schools. Delegates and alternates from TJ included Katherine Rogers, member, Elaine Felder, alternate, Steve Young, member, Janice Crabtree, alternate, and Wanetta Grimes, alternate. 22 T SPECIAL GROUPS s-XJ, The sextet is composed of: Judy Reynolds, Kay Marcsh, Faye Lynn Cruise, Margaret Varni, Janice Crabtree, Jean Provanzano. Their accompanist is Janice Crabtree. Thomas Jefferson is very proud of the Boys' Quartet. Many of their songs are spirituals and fast step- ping folk songs, which are pre- sented in a most unusual and ex- citing style. They have sung at Chapel, school programs, and at many other social events. The Choir officers are se- lecting music for the com- ing year. Walter Miller goes over the pieces with Jean Provenzano, Tom Giesen, Susan Zerkle, Faye Lynn Cruise, Gail Leavell, Sharron Stansell, and Elaine Felder. The girls' sextet of Thomas Jef- ferson High School has shown a great deal of spirit and enthusiasm in each performance. Many excel- lent things have been said about their style of presentation. 1 l 1 The quartet consists of Tom Giesen, Bill Green, Walter Miller, and Donald Braun The accf panist is Gail Leavell. 222 SENIOR CHOIR MEMBERS Bell, Carol Ann Blackwood, Sharon Burris, Becky Capps, Dianne Corley, Sylvia Douglas, Linda Felder, Elaine Fisher, Pal Giesen, Tom Green, Bill G"lmeS, WGUGTTB Holfeff Carol Jefferson, Bertha Johnson, Mary Ann Jordon, Pat Liby, Molly Marsh, Kay Peveto, Veronica Provenzano, Jean .,r, r .--l 2 ' , ' ' J '.r': - ' ' ' " 5' ' ffff J l x 4 JPS, rv r-f,, 1 V lrrr ell ,,,.l V J 1 R ll ee , f ' V -' X l'f' 7, QE v3ifA.",- ff ' ' ' A l 'rl 1 A M V .QV J, , f,J J 5? J ,f , ga VEi3,,gJl,3 M f'," Q 'S J ,J J ,JJJJ . . 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V Making sure they know their music by , Wm ' memory are Glee Club officers: Linda Laugh- , 4 W x ' man, Mary Jo Thompson, Jackie Lilliidahl, s Q2 Beverly Landry, Leah Rae Catalina, Virginia ' edefhig? ,QW Collins, Margaret Bourgaud, Ruth Wehmeyer. 145 , ' 'S fy N ,.,, NM QJJUUJV' i 57 um- ewmm -rfwhw , , M-ft ., ., 'f exam -was f -Q-..MN.a .wg H-CMN .WM J,,,MMy -amm- 6-NN 'H-N.,,M fN,.,,,.L. H N-N.. 'www -Q-..,NsNw NNN-M .WWNH QNNN -f-mL..,,mA f-f.L.,,,,NMm , "Ns-w.,,,,m""-v-...Mi "'+esa,NMr' V -,agwmlfawxqmw-..s,Na ieaaqraresa , W. Mm. -'...,,M +-CM L. Q-L, Nw-w... I .Nw , .W -N.. fy, YELLCJW JACKETS OFF MRS. MIKE REDMAN Sponsor TH ERESA THOMAS Editor-in-Chief -y- All smiles and working hard on the Senior Section are James Tien- ert, Edward Flores, Robert Babin, Becky Burris, section editor, and Janice Gilbert. l l l "Checked and correct," reports Junior class workers Frances l.eTulle, Pat Tarver, Herbert Nimz, Linda Laugham and Alice Haynes, section editor, as they Tried their best to compile a perfect l section. Q i nfi l l i l l l Checking up on the deadline tor Sophomore section are Jill Bolwin, Lana Vincent, section W editor, and Beverly Carruth. R l I"n 'WY 17 x l TO FAST START The Art staff, composed of Steve Hodges, Sheila McCarthy and Kay Vaughan, considers the drawings for the '58 Jacket. Anna Killgore, bookkeeper 'for the yearbook, and Sandra Riley, typisf, are not one bit wor- ried abouf those bills! Associate Editor, Barbara Smith, copy writer, Bill McDonald, and copy editor, Dottie Honeycutt, agree that the '58 Jacket looks great. The sale of advertisements for the Yellow Jacket was directed by Mr. P. T. Reynolds Mr. Reynolds, who teaches bookkeeping, has been in charge of the ads. YELLOW JACKET STAFF Busily working on layouts for the Club Section are Susan Zerkle, Sybil Daigle, Carolyn Colson and Brenda Hill. "We're on our way," says Linda Douglas, section editor, ing of their section. if , W, .f A k.ff,j-Al' Zky' ,ng 5.-ff W ifzafmf V ' , A-54+ r ,atl- C -,"' 'Q QRQU3 M224 An amaqrgve drawing makes a good ad better ag,-ee Wmefs Seeing that names and addresses are correct are Monique East, Emma Smiih and Rosa Mcljonald' section editor, Barbara Bell and Donna Jones. 228 f Y 1 as the group begins the form- BEGINS CURRENT EDITION it I , IA.AQ V , V ff-Q EEEIE as .1 Anna Ray Scott and Sara Dominguez , A appear not at all dismayed by the ' . -I approaching deadlines of the Girls' A A A ' M V Sport Section. i i A , jfff - -I... iy I c l r r yy - . t K -lfvk 3 k Sorting pictures for the Boys' Sport Section are Jesse Barbosa, Wood- row Cross, section editor, Ronald Wehmeyer, Eddie Anders, Jay Bailey, and Bill McMillian. Planning for a good Basketball Section are Shelton Comeaux, Mickey In Charge of Circulation IOP the i957-i958 Yellow Jacket were O'Grady, Darell Marchand, and Glenn Doiron. Milton Woodall and Delmar Fussell. This year's Yellow Jacket will be distributed to 1600 purchasers. 229 SECTIONS OF YEARBOOK TAKE SHAPE "Let's make this section an eyeball stopper" agree jour- nalism students, Melanie Cole- man, section editor, Rosalie Lona, Susan Youngblood, and Katy Scott, who are working on a new colorful section of the annual. The Favorite Section, which is an important part of the annual, is planned by Sheryl West, Betty Murphy, Sherry Rider, and Nancy Sims, sec- tion editor. 230 r - - -'f---"'--- "Going where the good times are" was the chief ob- iective of many T.J.'s. See- ing that many of their good times appear in this book are special events planners, Sue Lee, Nelda Brabham, Melinda Southerland, Jerry Gower, section editor, and Ruth Stilwell. Making sure each teacher's picture will appear in the faculty section are Carolove' Smith, section editor, Ginger Dill, Barbara Carriere, and Deanna Molaison. lH'l Phil Summerlin, editor of the Pilot and second year iournalism student, has given much of his time and effort to make the Pilot a success this year. The pilot has expanded its subscriptions to 1200 and upped the exchange list to more than 'IOO papers. THE PILO Brian Hopkins, sports editor for the Pilot, aided by his assistants, Darlene Heath and Billy Barrett, look over a program for the 'first 1957-1958 Yellow Jacket football game with East Jefferson. Clubs and feature stories ot the Pilot were directed mainly by Pat Fisher, Ester Thibodeaux, Elaine Felder, Nancy Booth, and Judy Fouts assisted Pat with the Pilot work. 23l STAFF MEMBERS Fw Taking time out of regular period class the Pilot Staff reads the latest edition, making their own comments and pointing out their columns to 'Fellow classmates. Theodore Miller, circulation manager for the Pilot, gets an accurate count assisted by Peggy Nelson, associate editor, and Romeo Ramirez, business manager. 232 Mrs. Mike Redman, sponsor, Mr. W. G. Jones print shop director, Mr. Gene Jackson printer. F 'Wi' ""' 1 TJ 'S OFFICIAL NEWS Looking for suggested assignments to use in the next issue ot The Pilot is one of the num- erous staff iobs which Cynthia Lumpkin, Esther Thibodeaux, Diann Le- wallen, Betty Wooley and Betty LeBance do quite well. Part of the fun in put- ting out the news is being able to select ap- propriate "cuts" which will satisfy Pilot readers. Donna Ingo, H e I e ri Flores, Emma Flores, Bar- bara Johnson, Eddie Hen- drix, Bessie Haynes, and Pat Hudson are relied upon to do this iob. The Pilot is TJ's official news whether read in- side out or upside down say this yea,r's reporters which include: Jack Du- puy, Wayne Johnson, John Bersin, Elvin De- Shazo, Clinton Rebert, Robyn Summerlin, and Victor Calamia, 233 Qu v i 9 I x I i I 1 I 5 E I I E z 2 i 5 5 ! 1 1 1 234 SPCEIS 5 , Q3 Wfzffv MMM 2 .Q ff mms, '- ' f . . A f-,, 2 T ,ref 's6'Sh .x 4 , '36 JACKETS WIN OVER EAST JEFFERSON 33-O SEPTEMBER 13-For the fifth time, a Crescent City representative had its ears pinned back here Friday night. With brutal force, the Maroon and Gold stormed to a 33 point victory, riding comfortably behind strong line play and the craftsmanship of Quarterback Ronnie Stanley to conquer the in- vading Warriors in a superb opening night per- formance. Stanley, slick as a greased pig, barreled over from one yard out for the Jackets' score. He also Tossed touchdown passes to Ends David Simmons and Jay Hebert. Halfback Gary Dorsey and Anthony Bergeron ioined in the six point act with sprints of 2 and 27 yards, and Melvin Borel split the upright three of five times to ac- count for the rest of the Jackets' scoreboard ac- tion. S 5 any COACH CLARENCE E. UNDERWOOD COACH BENTLEY JONES COACH JOHN SHELTON Head Coach Line Coach COACH BRADLY MILLS COACH FRANCIES HILL COACH DONALD ROBBINS End Coach Line Coach Line Coach ,g - . ,,: pC,m.i, EAST JEFFERSON OPENER l Dorsey sweeps left and for eight yards as end David Simmons pre- Lightfoot shakes loose from East Jefferson tackler for a nice pick up. pares 'For a timely block. JACKETS DROP SECOND TO ODESSA 24-6 f , R39 i H Y 5 ' f,-"- V121-' . f ., if- ,:-,. ,.,, '-:, . A K' , 5 , , if -, - , 2 -::,a,.f:ka,a5.w,,v5,Z Qg1fA.ig,v.,.m,,3 J, , 5 f 'f 5' 14 4 ,J 1 ' " Q 'A 'Le f 5, 51 if X nu 1?1"N9 1 . ,'-',, V "-'-'2 ':-- 'cf'-:ff 'v'. ' V ry 1 . . ,,.. , ,.., , .,,, , ,. W, W M b ff ,f f' ' . ., f -'-- f ,qv -f m J, ff -' ' be -, y.,,. 4 fi ' ff , y - . 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Junior Junior 237 , sisiyiiy iyiisiisy, , I O, J -' ' M ' Zi'f'.1 :PEQJEJZ-, -311,1 ' -2 -X., .f rr: pg. ' , f ff www f BAYTOWN UPSETS JACKETS 13-6 Key block by Dorsey springs Hoelzer enroute Stanley shakes loose from Baytown Tacklers and goes for a great ground gain to 'First down. Hoelzer ran like a wild, wounded C657 Walker, C355 Hoelzer. Bull, against the Ganders. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30-A crowd ot l4,000 saw the Jackets drained of everything but their tight- ing hearts. The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets leading the Baytown Ganders 6-0 at halftime, saw their lead dwindle away. The fans saw two sets ot dazzling backs, Lynn Gray and Steve McWilliams, rip oft yardage almost at will, rolling up T44 yards in the last halt to Port Arthur's 44. The Jackets set up their scoring opportunity on the third down. Baytown haltback Lynn Gary fumbled to Jacket fullback Gerald Hoelzer at the Port Arthur 21. Port Arthur's Quarterback Ronnie Stanley barreled tor eight, Hoelzer blasted tor three and Doty dashed around left end tor nine. l-loelzer -scored from the two, but Melvin Borel's placement was blocked. ef., 1 . ,Q Ja I 5 24244 w . 4 ff' L' t t . RONNIE STANLEY Quarterback Senior 238 WINDELL HEBERT RONALD DOTY Quarterback Halfback Senior Junior JACKETS WIN OVER MILLER 14-0 Doty shakes loose from Miller tacklers for 'l2 yards as Hoelzer up to assist him. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4-One year ago Friday night at Corpus Christi, the Miller Buccaneers loosened an attack that left the Port Arthur Yellow Jackets bruised, battered and bewildered. Miller cut loose with sleek, fleet tooted backs comes Hoelzer picks up two years that is good for a 'First down. Identified are Miller players HOD Ernest Goday and 1653 Lauro Guiterrey Jackets turned the tables on the Buccaneers and put on one ot their best showings of the year The Yellow Jackets held the Miller Buccaneers to a shutout and at the end of the game the score was in tavor of Port Arthur Yellow Jackets, that couldn't be stopped and the defense was T4-O. h he Ja kets' ot- . mol to be lpenelralfd' ul-lley. eld T C The following week the Jackets played Pasa tensive unit to on y six points. Olena' But here Friday night, the Port Arthur Yellow urncun ravens mv ' YEll0W IACKETS 3 L ' 4 'i l convus cmusn , T l J ,V I T -tslt y ' J C M y g :W ' I , ' 'ge "" ' ' V ,s if ffv:,igV2. .nv Q 'Y ' if, .,., Q , ,-. Q -' K ' "" f," f llr' 1 'J ,, 4453 . , ' -X Q ','f f ff fa"fLif':'f t A r TW Q .,,c , MELVIN BOREL GARY DORSEY Halfback Halfback Senior Senior 239 JACKETS CLIP THE EAGLES 20-14 rg, K iiyfijkiilfif? ,isgzxm-H 'I Vim ,4 ,M , 3 QWZYW , .. 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The PorT ArThur Yellow JackeTs did mosT of The scoring and mosT oT The delfensive work. The JackeTs, led by quarTerback Ronnie STanley, under- dogs before The game, came To Pasadena know- ing They were underdogs. They unwrapped one of The besT planned aTTacks of The year. The Three Touchclowns OT The JackeTs were made by halTbacks Ronald DoTy, who pounded over Trom The one, halfback Gary Dorsey circled The leTT Tlank Tor The second marker, and Pepper SmiTh leT ouT wiTh a 26 yard run Tor The Third Touchdown. Walker hauls Coan aTTer shorT icku . Walker was o TsTandin p p u Q DoTy pounds Pasadena line for a firsT clown To help The on defense and oTTense. Yellow Jackets win over always powerful Pasadena. 240 IL , T .-Liiirgg T 7,71 JACKETS UPSET BY PORT NECHES 15-14 Port Neches fullback Romero goes through wide hole on Jacket line DOTY is I'1IT hard afief B TW0'Y-ard Qaln again?-T the Port NECIWS opened Up by strong Indian line play. Ronald Doty C201 made the Indian strong and very fast line. The Indians were very well keyed tackle but too late to stop the score. up for this game. FRIDAY, OCTOBER I8-The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets ran into the strongest team of the season to this date, the fired up Port Neches Indians with a 6-O record. The Jackets came out strong in the first quarter when they recovered a Port Neches fumble, Stanley then passed to Gary Dorsey for the first score. The Yellow Jackets had caught the Indians off guard for the last time. Then the Jackets kicked off and forced the Indians to kick on fourth down. The punt rolled to the Jacket one- yard line where the Jackets tried to run it and were trapped Ioehind their own goal. Port Neches scored their last touchdown to put the score in their favor, I5-IA. . f f ?3.7y:A5e1z1 if - v. , j5: gfl 4?gf4.7f?1"'Q ,M , y ' .-if - r I if if fr f J. 'r-- ' ".',f ,..,. ,L L- I L ' -is f..-, if . ss.- ' V 'ig A .W fn: ' , f x -I . I N.. m..w.gf: I A 'M' I 3 J f.. ' ,, - -' K 7 ' . .. mr ., f I N f. V V. , V 5 5 "5 'fi' . ,.',-... ,f . ., i"... TT"iiT'fff'if'L" fi I 'W ' . ,,.i f , fi ifii ii's i 1 fx i"' if! .,'l r it ,.s. .iifl .f' I r ' 5 - H Y CLARENCE BRAY KENNETH CLARK KENNETH ST. JOHN MICKEY WALKER Center Center Center Guard Sophomore Junior Junior Senior 24I JACKETS DRAW TIE WITH ORANGE O-O Hoelzer is hit by Orange blocker, but despite this he makes a iolting tackle. Other Jackets in on the play are C881 Jay Hebert and C793 Robert Suttle. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25-The football gods wore orange and black Friday night and the frustrated Port Arthur Yellow Jackets, eight penalties, seven fumbles, and 48 minutes after they got here, were fortunate indeed to escape with a scoreless tie. lt was one of those freaks that looks like noth- ing on the scoreboard, but is as one-sided as a flattened balloon. Port Arthur, playing its finest football of the season to this point, three times. . , , .E.:1-20.1, f J A -zlwffi, 'ir-w e ' .3 1 ,V I T-. .A , 1 U .,. I .ihxzgatgz gs: - I , . ' ' 'a sf K g E f A 5 - 2' . , JAMES SIGLER A .,., pm-.-aft K V A Guard I - N A, 'gg J I Junior if K 'ifikzifififr' I lllvlhiili rgcr .I V f ERNEST Bost A, T . . ia' Umor if --ss rf f , is if g -:sf E-srr . E- E E . .wg-w-, 4' ,- ..., sfvtv' ii- ' 3 f 3 ,' r ,, ., ,. " eggs., ,,j.f'E.gs4s4.:.ef:- ,K , by Q, r - t ,J-E 'fir 12 M" "" N?5,. ' Rig Nw, " A ' : - ri ' : gasses lg: 1 lr .f , , tf?,l::1f"1"'f 7- " '45 E mf' 4'ii1:: 1 ' 5 57' 'W v-E- . - , -E -,. " g1'zs5. "'- ' ' A LM :Qi E T53 ffl-2"1j.,Q'l1 ' . ff 3 .-,,,?,,s.'gQ' 5... Quarterback Ronnie Stanley showed his heels to the Orange defenders many tirnes in this game. His blockers sent the de- fense falling all over the field but the Jackets couldn't score. reached the Orange and Black iO, once got to the one, and on seven trips penetrated the Bengal 30. At the end, though, the blustery 307 yards rushing and another 56 passing, were no more important than Orange's net of 64 yards. Each time something with a Maroon and Gold hue began rolling, penalties and bobbles inter- rupted the attack. The game ended in a O-O tie. RUFUS WILLIAMS Guard Junior GRANT LYONS Guard Junior I ' 'Y' WY 'Y' 'YY'Y JACKETS ROMP OVER BEAUMONT 30-0 JERRY WHITE TEDDY GUIDRY Tackle Tackle Senior Senior FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8-Steamrolling Port Arthur, scattering their point production over four quarters, used the Royal Purples as a stepping stone into one of the most hectic district I I-AAAA finishes on record. Executing their defensive plays with brilliance, the Jackets barreled to victory on as perfect a team effort as shown in years gone. While the defense had its moments, Quarter- back Ronnie Stanley guided the Maroon and Gold to grind out 309 yards on the ground and make two touchdowns of his own. Fullback Greg Thompson made a great show- A as -it' I " '-i'i- , ' -K ,.,k'ix,,g..f -V , it .. 5.4.9 Us fs. KH, .. - 'ggi ,.6,g,.,, 3 f. s., , ,V 5. t sn. 2, mf K K fest I --"' li 'frp.f 7.f A .. K "'. h is ,ii . if I A s .- "N 511, , "1 . - - K ' 2.3 Qi iff .,'A 1 A ' ij gl L f . f if - ,t,' X, '-fzisf' 20,-:f5:"',ggqQ.Q .sg-jf' ,.,-q , gs ff,t,.j . - w g : I . .., -ft.: T2 fun -r ss,-. ffsaftyfa- , f " i. .,.. 1 ...ss -1sy,f.. f :s , ' f .- .. 'WYE 'arf .,.,,, f "ff BE," lfwqffi' - 17 , . fff.:..ff ., -' -t':"ffs1 v32'.f,A,,,,,. Wes" -I - .,h,3,,-:.s 1. 1-5'f5'.1f5f,"'-1, Q. ss-'FF V V f w if. lieu I - - fr - -' A 4,1 ' 35 --" .: ,.-5 vs-j:-gf f X ' , bu it s r 'f -' - 1, .fvlfxlf 1' sm swrriizffrslew-1 "-: is -cmsffstwcyg ' ' ROBERT SUTTLE DAVID HENRY TBCIKIE Tackle JUHIOI' junior ing, slashing for 98 yards and contributed the big gainers on each of the first three scoring surges. Beaumont's forward wall might as well have stayed at home, for all the help they offered. The yardage came without too much contest as tackles Jay Hebert and Carl Graham, guards Walker and Williams, ends Simmons and Earl Boyanton, along with center Kenneth St. John, spread the carpet time after time. All in all, it was a grade "A" performance and made state look not-so-distant after all. Beaumont end Jody Saurge goes for a few yards, before being hit Halfback .Ronald DUTY CUTS VIQIWI end, 9065 for nine Yards to PICIY UP and ,bffjllrqllf .dswrt .h3lfb?ClSfQQ.l.d.D0ty. A g another first down. JACKETS DUMP GALVESTON 28-0 Doty circles his right end for large gain in The romp over Ball High of GalvesTon. DoTy made many a good run againsT Galveston. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER TS-The PorT ArThur Yellow Jackefs added Their second win in The lasT Two games by dumping Ball High of GalvesTon in one of The mosT impressive vicTories of The year. ATTer a vicTory like This one The DisTric,T Honors didn'T look so Tar away. Greg Thompson replaced fullback Gerald Hoelzer, aTTer Hoelzer was iriiurecl in a earlier game wiTh Port Neches. STEPHEN BOSTON JOHN STRANGE End End Junior Junior 244 Quarterback Ronnie STanley leaps high, and over a Galveston Taclcler. Ronald DoTy, The TleeT-TooTed Jacl4eT halfback pounded The GalvesTon line Tor greaT gains and Two Touchdowns. DoTy was a big TacTor in The Yellow JackeT vicTory over Ball High. The JaclceT line play was Tremendous and was anoTher big TacTor in The JackeTs' vicTory. DAVID SIMMONS EARL BOYANTON Emil End Senior Senior JACKETS BUMP SOUTH PARK FOR DISTRICT 38- Quarterback Windell Hebert tries To cut inside Greenie Tacklers goes on his way To a first down. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22-Storming To 407 brilliant yards in The muck and mire of Jacket sTadium, PorT Arthur smothered The SouTh Park Greenies under a 38-6 avalanche here Friday To make it into The class AAAA playoffs for The first Time since 1953. QuarTerback Ronnie Stanley and his able back- field maTes, Ronald Doty, Gary Dorsey, and Greg Thompson, had iT easy behind The mosT devasTaT- ing blocking The Jackei line has unfolded all season. as he Quarterback Windell Hebert leaps into The air and over Two Greenie Tacklers. Coming up in background is Jay Hebert C88J. STanley collected Three touchdowns on one- yard plunges, Dorsey and Doty chimed in wiTh eighT-yard scoring efforts, and HeberT goT The last on a one-fooT caper. Less Than Three minutes afTer The inaugural kickoff Port ArThur had its firsT Touchdown. Another four minuTes and iT was all even aT 6-6, The IasT hope for South Park To beaT PorT Arthur This year. T JOHN HEBERT CARL GRAHAM STUDENT MANAGERS End End Back row, left To right: Charles Moncrief, Senior Senior Dick CanTrell, Billy Litchfield. Kneeling: Jerry Rabuck and Bob Morgan. JACKETS TAKE Bl-DISTRICT HONORS 14-7 Quarterback Ronnie Stanley finds a hole in the Galena Park defense and plunges for 15 yards before being brought down by the Parker's safety. The field was so muddy that both teams had to change ierseys at the half. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30-The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets, underdogs before the game with Galena Park, came out as top-dog with Bi-District honors with the victory over the Galena Park Yellow Jackets. The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets were so keyed A Galena Park back is hit hard by Jacket cornerback Gary Dorsey, as guard Rufus Williams comes up to assist. Defensive work like this played a big factor in Port Arthur's victory over Galena Park. up for this game that there was no other way this game could be played except for a Port Arthur victory. The team had the full backing of the entire school and city of Port Arthur. Halfback Gary Dorsey stops Bellaire fullback with a shoe string tackle. Bellaire l'15libaCk ifles to find an Opening in the -l'3CkeT line, but he only finds Gerald Hoelzer C351 and Grant Lyons 1661. l. iff 'l Al. 4: il' it-12q2Q'f My ' JACKETS UPSET BELLAIRE T9-O Bellaire halfback goes high with tremendous effort to escape Jacket tacklers. David Henry and Melvin Borel make the stop, coming up to assist is C661 Grant Lyons. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7-The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets met with Bellaire Houston, in Houston for the quarter-finals playoffs. Bellaire, outweighing the Jacket line by l8-20 pounds per man in the backfield, found that size doesn't matter when a team wants to win. Quarterback Ronnie Stanley sent. his D.D.T. combination of Dorsey, Doty, and Thompson through the big, heavy Bellaire line for large gains. The big Houston line couldn't hold off the fast Jacket attack. The Jacket defense iust blew the Bellaire linemen over on their backs and pounded the backfield into the ground. JACKETS WIN OVER AUSTIN 14-6 SATURDAY, DECEMBER i4-The Yellow Jackets met the strong team from Austin with Austin a two-touchdown favorite, but the Jackets didn't know they were underdogs, and they came through with flying colors. The first Jacket score came in the second half when Quarterback Ronnie Stanley scored from one yard out, The extra point was good. The second Jacket score was added in the third quarter when Doty scored from the one-yard line. The point after touchdown was good. Austin's score came on the kick-off right after the first Jacket score. The kick-off was run all the way back for 84 yards by Bobby Nunis. Halfback Ronald Doty trieslto escape Austin tacklers as he circles Fullback Greg Thompson offers assist to Doty by blocking Austin left end, lineman. JACKETS DROP STATE TO HIGHLAND PARK 21-9 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2l-The PorT ArThur Yel- low JackeTs, who earlier in The season were figured To finish aT The boTTom in disTricT play, faced The ScoTTies of Highland Park for The Top high school fooTball honors in The sTaTe. The JackeTs came on sTrong in The firsT half, and vvouldn'T give The ScoTTies an inch. The iniTial JackeT score came in The second quarTer, when on The kick-off To sTarT The second guarTer, Borel Tried an on-side kick. The ball bounced over The head of Jack Collins and inTo The end zone. End STenson Jones picked The ball up, buT was Halfback Ronald DoTy cuTs back To mid-field To Try To escape High- land Park Tackle. Blocking is l89J Carl Graham. hiT hard by Mickey Walker and Clarence Bray, The ball fell free, and Bray fell on iT for Two poinTs. ln abouf The same way The JackeTs added six poinTs for anofher Touchdown and The exTra poinT was good. The score aT half Time vvas 9-O in favor of The JackeTs. The ScoTTies sTormed back in The second half vviTh Three Touchdovvns To win The game vviTh a 21-9 score and The ScoTs became sTaTe AAAA champions. ScoTTies fullback Jack Collins runs inTo Trouble as he 'is hiT and Quarterback Ronnie Sfanley is finally sToppecliaffer a great gain. stopped by halfback Ronald DoTy. Coming up To assisT is guard Rufus Williams. 248 rr- - - -- THOMAS JEFFERSON YELLOW JACKETS Front row, left to right: Coach Shelton, Hoelzer, Henry, Walk- er, Simmons, Williams, Graham, Suttle, J. Hebert, Boyanton, Lyons, St. John, White, Coach Underwood. Second row: Coach Hill, Levy, Bray, Smith, Herpin, Borel, Stanley, W. Hebert, Thompson, Doty, Dorsey, La- point, Bost, Powers, Coach Jones. Third row: Coach Mills, Kettrick, Bargue, Hoffpauir ldroppedj, Lightfoot, Clark, Boston, Guidry, McCoy, Gray, Brown, Sigler, Issac, Strange, Fleckman, Solis, Provence. ALL-DISTRICT DEFENSE-Left to right: Henry, Dorsey, ALL DISTRICT OFFENSE Left to right Stanley Boyan Smith, Walker, Hebert, Hoelzer. ton Williams Walker Doty Simmons First row: Henry, Boyanton, Walker, Thompson, Holzer, Dorsey, SENIORS ON VARSITY Kneelirg left to right Dorsey Borel Doty. Second row: Stanley, Gram, Williams, St. John, Simmons, Herpin, Hoelzer Walker Doty Boyanton Standing White Sim Hebert, Smith. All these made district team, both defense and mons, Guidry Stanley Hoffpauir Cdroppedj Hebert offense, FOOTBALL IN '57 Team Tri-Captains: These three boys have served as The captains of the team for all the season. They are, as follows, left To right: Dave Simmons, Mickey Walker, Ronnie Stanley. Score Port Arthur ...,..,..,,, 33 G SEASON RECORD Team Score East Jefferson ..,....... O Baytown ,................. l 3 Odessa ...... Miller ........ Pasadena ...,, 26 O l 4 Port Neches ............ l 5 Orange ,.,....., O Port Arthur ,,,,.,..-,-, 6 Port Arthur ..........,. 6 Port Arthur 14 Port Arthur ,,,.,-,,,,, .20 Port Arthur Port Arthur -4 Beaumont ....- ..... O Port Arthur ..........., 30 Galveston ..... ..... O Port Arthur .,....,..... 28 South Park ....,. ..... 6 Port Arthur ........,,.. 38 Bl-DISTRICT Galena Park .e,...,...,. 7 Port Arthur ,,uu,,uW---, i9 QUARTER-FINALS Bellaire ...... ......., O Port Arthur ....... 6 .,.M i9 SEMI-FINALS Austin e,... .,eA.... 6 Port Arthur uu,,u,u,-.,. 14 FINALS Highland Park uu,,uauu 2l Port Arthuru ,uu,,u,uuuu 9 The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets may not have won state, but they did win a victory by proving that a person can't count chickens before they hatch. ln the middle of the season, the sports writers of the state and many football fans said, "The Jackets can't possibly finish on top in the district." But on December 2l, l957, the Port Arthur Yellow Jackets played Highland Park of Dallas for the highest honor in the state, and proved that the sports writers were wrong. The people of Port Arthur and the students of Thomas Jefferson have a great team. J, If ' SEASON 'S THRILLS . -1. fail On the go is lily Ronnie Stanley. Incomplete pass that could have won the game. Orange vs. Jackets. Running fast, but hard to stop is fill Ronnie Stanley. lntercepted pass is taken in by Highland Park defender. Wall of Jackets is what this boy ran into. Port Neches vs. Jackets Trapped is Pepper Smith. Miller vs. Jackets The bull Hoelzer is wild. He is hard to stop. Baytown vs. Jackets. 252 L .ttlllCiiffi---- - - Y J. Back row-Coach Moye, Don Doty, Jerry Byrd, Benton Hille, LeRoy Mahoney Ro Gaspard Hugh Weeks Phillip Eppler, Bob Morgan, Don Wiliams, Paul Pond, Wesley Pace Gene Sheppard Hudson Haynes Edwin Turner, Clifford Tatt, Charles White, Sandy Drennen, and Coach Pete Pense Middle row Don Daigle, Don Laing, Royce Wolf, John Gillory, Charles Allen, Altred Frederick Gerold Gorleb Bull McDuftie, Robert Scoggins, Preston Parks, Mike Mills, Gary Foster Bottom row Kyle Demler Jerry Johnson, Roy Kiesehnick, Dennis Feruson, Joseph Savoy,-John Calhoun Kleth Bnst Charles Dathalo Thermen Landry, and Don Mathrole. SCORES 3 Port Neches i-4 Port ,-- Baytown ..... .c,.,,. 4 6 Port Pasadena --, .... 7 Port South -Park 14 Port Orange .... 7 Port French s,s. O Port Beaumont cs,cc ..... l 9 Port Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur COACH PETE PENSE lxixl, COACH RONNIE MOYE YJ 75' w. f-Ji' Quarterback Don Daigle is stopped short ot a 'First down against Defensive star Royce Wolf eludes Orange defenders gaining - the Grange Tigers, rnuch needed yardage ALL-STA TE QUARTERBACK RONNIE STANLEY Ronnie bas proved to be a grade "A" tootball player and quarterback in the past two years. He has one ot the cleverest minds ot any football player in the state. Ronnie always comes up with the rigbt play at the right tirne. ln addition to being nominated for all-state bonors, be was elected to the all-district offensive team and collected 63 ot a possible 80 points. ALL-STA TE GUARD MICKEY WALKER Mickey was cbosen as all-state guard by tbe sports Writers of tl'1e state. He collected 65 points out of a possible 80. Mickey was also elected for botb all- district offensive and defensive teams. His excellent playing was a big factor in the Yellow Jackets' success. ALL-STATE TACKLE JOHN HEBERT John Hebert, all-state and all-district tackle receiving 65 out of 80 votes, was one of the key men in the Jackets' great season this year. John is the type of ball player who knows his iob. At the season's start, he played at the defensive end position and occasionally offensive end. ln the middle of the season, John was shifted to a tackle slot, and at this post he carried the load of both offensive and defenwtackle. This change gave the Jacket line needed speed. THEY ALL HAVE A HAND Jimmy Havard gives the Ole Bass drum a final tune up before halftime. These drums get mighty heavy, but with Pop and little Brothers' help, Hussars, Helen Carr and Charlotte Pittman, always make it. . full of y ts and 'chef Uh-UN he Jag 9 awe' See - . fQUUd l 0433553 Q ning , . the Nllexolna sem' fgaldy io Qol are always I' YY" ' "" ' 7' 'T ALL THE WAY, BIG TEAM Anyone could guess why these girls are so happy. They are off To Pasadena to cheer for the Jackets and push them on to victory. Klfle Q Q0 ,609 a?ed X axle' mparvg l 8 CO 0 - KS sw bow aixool so ada 06664 We 50 Jacket supporters look on with sorrow Wei QQQS in their hearts at the gravesicle burial ba-0 ' of a Beaumont "Greenie." PEP RALLIES ADD FUN AND SPIRIT Pep rallies on Thursday after- noons, The Bonfire pep rally and The early morning pep rally aT The airport all added spirit and fun to football season. The Hussars, Band, Cheerleaders and The wrest of T.J.'s student body always Turned out to cheer The Jackets on. They gave spirit to the stu- dent loody as well as tothe Team. IMPQRTANT MOMENTS THAT WILL LAST FOREVER "When the years ot life o'er take us, Still our dreams will never die," Winning tactics, explained by Coach Un- "l can't believe it," exclaimed Patsy Gerbens, i957 CavOlLcade Queen. Patsy and the Court were honored at the Jacket-Port Neches game. derwood, is the main activity at half- time. This scene took place during the Jacket-South Park tray. Many Jacket fans turn out to see the fate ot a certain Beau- mont "purple," l 1 "ALWAYS FULL OF SPIRIT" 'S Seniors Dick Cantrell, John Palmer, Mickey Walker, Dennis Dorman, and Ronnie Stanley look Yea, Jackets! TJ's annual shirttail parade is a real "bangup" job, as the Jacket fans and cheerleaders yell their hearts OUT. on as David Simmons gives the ole "Corpus Dummy" a bacl time with a noose. r, - --- FUN, FOOD, AND FOOTBALL Hussar maiorettes are shown performing one of Pat Fisher, Delmar Fussell and Faye Hebert, members of the their specialty numbers, a dancing-fwirling rou- Good Sportsmanship League, present a gift to South Park fine to St. Louis Blues. High at the South Park-Jacket game. Jerry Matthews brings along her pet skunk Curdark, to help cheer the Jackets on to vic tory at the South Park game. 1 . ha dui-m9 deflul xhefs Steel Won Such mo -bleY dogs ia xp ol WS, Si e hot O ghe he and was mann 1 NUS. Ciayxon, Fredeman' FOOTBALL SEASON AND HAPPY MEMORIES ln spite of the happy smiles, sen- iors Melanie Coleman, Kay Vaughan and Kathy Scott, like other Hussars, are really going to miss the fun and happy experiences of the Corps and football season. This was the week TJ was hit by the flu. Hussars and Band could not perform at half-time, one of the unhappy memories. Hussars march- ing at a fast cadence of 360 steps per minute, and the Band perform- ing intricate maneuvers, added color to the season. 262 COMBINE Shirley Simpson, 1958 Yellow Jacket football sweetheart, sports a big smile as she exam- ines one of the footballs that was used in this season's playoffs. Do you recognize the boys in the picture? They're, for once, minus the football apparatus, the tri- captains of this year's football team. From left To right are: l. Schwing, Underwood, D. Simmons, B. Wilson, R. Stanley, M. Walker, C. Domingue. r-- 1 WE'RE BEHIND YOU, JACKETS! Many of TJ's fans might very very well go to the games iust to see pretty Band maiorettes. Shirley Logan, Shirley Simpson, Barbara Meyers, Judy Hatfield, and Beth Majors. Hussars strike up a happy note, adding variety and school spirit to the bonfire. Not even the cold weather can dull the bright smiles of cheerleaders Dolly McBride, Gerald Jordan, and Jerry Matt- hews. JACKETS BAG DISTRICT Coach Pete Pense started early with high hopes of winning second state championship. The Yellow Jacket Basketball Team, defending sate champions in Class 4-A, started the i957-58 campaign in high spirits-but minus four starters from the championship quintet. Coach Pete Pense had the task ot keeping the Maroon and Gold at the top ot the Class 4-A powers. The Jackets compiled a record of 23 wins and 3 losses in pre- conference competition as they won the coveted Dallas Cotton Bowl High School Basketball Tournament and placed second in the Pasadena and Houston Tournaments. The Jackets were beaten in the latter two tournaments by Bellaire ot Houston. As this annual goes to press the Jackets are preparing tor the Regional Tournaments. 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T f g I'f- T IIII I T I I T T I z T I T JACKET MANUEL ADAME CARROLL BROUSSARD DONALD CAMPBELL Guard Center Forward District AAAA Cage Champs of The 1957-1958 season are as follows: Gilbert Casfro, Shelton Comeaux, Sonny McCar1ny, Carroll Broussard, Brooks Porter, Don Campbell, Walt Sharp, Jeff Moore, Roy Meneses, and Bobby Taylor. l"' ' T CAGERS 2 i 5 I F 3 5 E 1 5 GILBERT c:AsTRo SHELTON coMEAux WENDELL HEBERT GU6l'd Forward "Give me some Tape!" . . . "Where's the socks?" . . . were heard daily by ma Steve Owens and Wayne Saunders. nagers Forward ROY MENESES: r Guard LARMAR MCCARTNEY 267 Fdrward GET THAT BALL fi WALT SHARP Forward BROOKS PORTER Center BOBBY TAYLOR Guard Brooks Porter, the able Maroon center, proves he is lust that-as he nl JEFF MOORE Forward fakes another rebound off boards. r -'fi-'f K JACKETS BUMP BUNA 45-39 IN PRE- CCJNFERENCE GAME STEVE OWENS Manager The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets continued their rivalry against Buna by beating them 49-39 in the first of the yearly 2-game series January 3. The spirited first quarter showed Port Arthur holding a slim 15-14 lead. But with some fine defensive work the Jackets held Buna to two points in the second stanza, enabling Port Arthur to hold a 27-16 half- time lead. ln the third the Cougars battled back gamely, but the Jackets still managed to outscore them by 11-10. Trailing by 10 points with one minute gone in the fourth period, Buna's last ef- fort was in vain as the Maroon's fought shaky 45-39 win. Playing his usual fine game was Port Arthur's Carroll Broussard, who led the Jackets with 17 points. Trailing Broussard was Brooks Porter with 11. WAYNE SAUNDERS Manager Carroll Broussard showed why he was All-State material as he comes down with a rebound against Buna. 270 JACKETS EDGE PURPLES 48-24 Proving that the Jackets were tough on the boards is shown as Vllalt Sharp, a high iumping Jacket, pulls a ball out of the air, The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets opened district wars with a 48-24 victory over Beaumont's Royal Purples in the Jacket Field House. Not until the last ot the third quarter did Port Arthur start pulling ahead as Beaumont played a slowed down attack. Port Arthur quickly set the pace, however, in the final stan- za, as the Jackets started tast- loreaking when the Purples started pressing. Picking up 19 points in the final period, Port Arthur made up tor lost time as only 8 and 9 points were scored in the first two quarters, respec- tively. Leading the Jacket attack was Carroll Broussard with 18 and Brooks Porter getting 12 with the help ot 10 tree throws. The Yellow Jacket varsity demonstrates to The jun- iors in an assembly pro- gram, the principles of good basketball and sportsmanship. H e r e Walt Sharp lays up a shot during a warm-up maneuver. - JACKETS TAME TIGERS 70-38 Coach Pete Pense's hard- woodmen made it two wins in two starts against District li-AAAA competition as the Yellow Jackets sliced the Orange Tigers 7O-38 before a crowd that packed every inch of the Field House. The victory put the Jackets on top of the heap with Orange holding on with a 2-i record. Although the Tigers started with a spirited zone defense, the Maroons didn't have much trouble finding the range to the meshes. Twenty-four and io points respectively were put through the nets by the Jacket tall men, Carroll Broussard and Brooks Porter, as Sonny Mc- Cartney found the range from the outside to add 14 more points to the scoreboard. Walt Sharp and Gilbert Castro kept the Tigers alert with fine ball handling. Donald Campbell seems to have the upper hand as he goes up high on a jump ball. Giving their last efforts in hopes for another successful Maroon and Gold season are seniors Gilbert Castro, Shelton Comeaux, Brooks Porter, Carroll Broussard, Don- ald Campbell, ancl Walt Sharp. 27l 3, As playoff time drew near Coach Pense reviewed last year's trophy with thoughts toward a second state title. Looking on are S. Mc- Cartney, W. Sharp, C. Broussard, S. Comeaux. 272 REVIEW 0l Highlighting the 1957-58 season was a talk by Coach Pense in the Field House dur- ing assembly. The coach explained rules and regula- tions which govern the game of basketball. With the aid of the varsity squad, Coach Pense pointed out different infractions which may come up during a game and how they apply. Other aspects of the game demonstrated by the Jackets were the various offenses used by the Jackets in play against other teams' defenses. Mentioned in the program was the im- portance of sportsmanlike conduct which applies not only to players, but to the spectators as well. The Jackets concluded the program with pre-game warmup drills. THE SEASON I1 "Aw-" is all To be said by Brooks Porter and Walf Sharp as They Easy does it, WalT watch feammaTe Shelton Comeaux refrieve a rebound. Sticky Tongues, Dry lungs, Yeoow! Who's winning anyhow? IT Takes work like This. . . JACKETS TAKE REGIONAL PORT ARTHUR 63-PASADENA 47 Riding The 26-poinT producfion of All-STaTer Carroll Brous- sard and The T5-poinT producfion of Brooks Porfer, The PorT ArThur Yellow JackeTs sfopped Pasadena's Eagles 63-47 in Rice Gym To begin sTaTe playoffs. Pasadena, a Two-Time vicTim of PorT ArThur in early season, foughT desperafely as The JackeTs builT a quick lead aufhorized by The shooTing of Broussard, aided by Three outside shofs by ShelTon Comeaux when The Pasadena de- fense slacked on The posT. Leading 28-19 aT The half, PorT ArThur conTinued The assaulT in The final Two periods. Comeaux and Walf Sharp ended wiTh 9 and 7 poinTs respecTively as scrappy GilberT CasTro did a lion's share of The ball handling To spur The Jackefs on. WiTh This vicTory, Coach PeTe Pense, The man wiTh The clipboard, reTurned his hoopsTers To The Shamrock-HilTon To resT up for The crucial game againsf mighTy Bellaire. PORT ARTHUR 54-BELLAIRE 49 The Yellow JackeTs were AusTin bound affer They copped The regional championship from Bellaire Cardinals 54-49 in a Thrilling vicTory, The firsT half saw The .lackeTs and Cardinals fighT iT ouT nearly neck and neck, wiTh The JackeTs holding a 26-25 halfTime lead. ln The Third quarfer The .lackefs applied The pressure and shoT ahead by TO poinTs aT one Time. Brooks PorTer and Carroll Broussard had four fouls apiece for a greaTer parT of The fourTh quarTer. Tom Pennick, who was on The sidelines wiTh four fouls rejoined his maTes and The Cardinals were knocking on The .lackef door. The Cardinals, in an efforT To geT The ball, fouled The JackeTs in The closing seconds To drop 5 poinTs behind Their PorT ArThur opponenTs. Alfhough Jim Hammond had 26 poinTs for The Cardinals, 20, l6, and T5 poinTs respecfively were made by All-STaTe Carroll Broussard, VValT Sharp, and Brooks PorTer To overshadow The Cardinals. The MIGHTY MAROONS used no subsTiTuTes as Carroll Broussard and Brooks PorTer Tended The goals wiTh floor general GiIberT CasTro, VValT Sharp and ShelTon Comeaux Taking care of The ball ouTside. 274 To win REGIONAL RISK TITLE MARCH 7-8 Port Arthur 'Fans made a grand showing as they cheered for the Jackets at a giant-sized pep rally before the Team left for state play-offs Thursday, March 6, 1958. First opponents tor the AAAA Champs were the Austin Maroons. Honors galore followed the success of the Yellow Jacket Cagers, Four boys were named to the All-District team by Port Arthur Brooks Porter, Carroll Broussard, Walt Sharp, and Gilbert Castro. Regional honors went to Brooks and Carroll, with their choice by sportswriters unanimous follow- ing the victory over Bellaire. News sportswriters - Carroll was named to the All- State Team during the week pre- ceding the finals in-Austin. YEA, JACKETS!!! SHOOT LIKE THiS IN AUSTIN!!! 275 276m AROUND THE CINDER PATH One look aT These pages and a person could guess wiThouT knowing, ThaT The PorT ArThur Yellow JackeT Track Team is loaded wTih sTrong, capable men. The rain has been a big problem Through The season and has held The Track Team To limiTed workouTs before The season sTarTed. The Team wiTh Coach Francis Hill aT The helm has Bill BriTT, Billy BarreTT, Raymond STroTher, Jimmy Morgan, Glen Schadke, WalTer Miller, as reTurning leTTermen, plus seniors Bill McMillan, Gary Dorsey, Melvin Borel, Alvin ETheridge, and Juniors James Hall, Garland WrighT, Allen Tem- ple, Lee PaTeIa, Marvin Neel. . we a.N,Wa,m , - + Coach Hill and Tri-capTains Billy BarreTT, Ray- mond STroTher, and Bill BriTT Talk over pros- pecTs for The coming season. Rain hampered The Team Throughout The regular season. X Ir. , f, V p,AYY,f9 is gr J, Relay workouTs were hard and long. Manager Billy LiTchfield gives Billy BarreTT The baTon as The relay Teams geT ready for anoTher sTrenuous workouT. -AMW af the lOO-yard dash. They also run 440-yard dash men take off for another race with hopes set to break the district ll- AAAA record of 51.0 flat. Bar- reling off are Bill Britt, Billy Barrett, Billy LaQuey, Gerald Blankenship ancl Buddy Looney. AND THEY'RE OFF The half mile is as rugged a race as can be seen by the expressions on the faces of these halt-milers. Finishing the grueling race are Alvin Etheredge, Joe Warlick and Marvin Noel. 278 Caught with their best foot forward are milers Lee Patela, Glen Schadke, and Raymond Strother. These three runners were counted on heavily in the big distance hauls made in cinder path throughout the state. Garland Wright and Walter Miller show, their skill in clearing the high hurdles in good rhythm. Pushing off for a long distance haul are distance runners Delbert Terrier and Robert Pryor. UP AND OVER rg 2 - 5 1 .L-xx, --X- -X L Q i ' ,. l i 5. l e aeae e i ..hx xkrk Q .K .u hfgv x f ae a ie e law a elrea fr - Hi A gist ARTHU3 l f e v- mf Vaulting, Bill McMillan displays good forrq and clears The bar with plenty of room to spare. Onlooker is Othell Hamilion. Gary Dorsey aims for the 20-foot marker. Other broad iumpers in are Garland Wright, Melvin Borel and James Hall. Walter Miller shows good form as Charles Guidry, Alvin Etheridge, look on. the picture 279 C RONNIE STANLEY lnfielder Senior TIMBER SWINGERS COACH JOHN SHELTON MELVIN BOREL JACK GOLF Pifcher FirsT Base Senior Senior Y ' A I, , , ,,,, CARL GRAHAM OuTfield Junior Schedule MARCH 25-PorT Neches 26-Vidor 27-PorT Neches APRIL l-Nederland 2-Vidor 3-Nederland T8-SouTh Park DIAMOND KINGS Some of The '58 JackeT Baseball Squad are noT shown because The early deadline of The Annual was seT be- fore baseball pracTice was sTarTed. Also There was a delay because of The weT weaTher, buT March winds swepT clouds from The skies, and The brighT sun began To shine. BOBBY TAYLOR Pitcher Junior Travis Field became The TavoriTe aflernoon aTTracTion wiTh many JackeT fans. While THE YELLOW JACKET goes To press Too early Tor games, The JackeTs are expecTing To have a good season. Teams during The pasT several years have helped furnish The Trophy case wiTh new "hardware," and This Team expecTs To be no excepTion. WADE HAMPTON OuTfield Senior Schedule MAY 2-French 'iGalvesTon 'Orange 'TDesignaTes Disfricr Games CLARENCE BRAY CaTchers Cafcher GARLEB and BRAY Sophomore LET'S PLAY BALL Front row, left to right: manager Rabuck, Hampton, Garleb, Golf, Taylor, Mills, Voight, Bray, Lyons, Crafton. Back row: Graham, Jay Hebert, Windell Hebert, Borel, Sharp, Castro, Stanley, Coach Shelton. This year's Infield Machine consists of, from left to right, Steve Raebuck and DOUQ CVBLTOVW haw-2 made two YSSFS kneeling: B. Taylor, J. Goff, and standing: C. Graham, G. of Jadfel m5na9ln9- Castro and W. Sharp. ff . ',, 3 L..L"?1Lf21 .Q , f 1" ' ,."i P L Q5 L . r : - LL ,y gh nahar' L to , L , , Arlll N ixR L L L L L 'V L, ,LL .". R R l'..' L V ' H -r 2? k"'i . f 1 ,rrk V . AQVAVQ f in f' ff . 5 5 ' 'L L M r '1" f H L -L Outfielders, left ra right: J. Hebert, G. Lyons, M. Mills, and W. Jacket hurlers are M. Bc-rel, L- Voighf, B- Taylor, and R. Stanley Hebert. , 282 Tennis Reigns as Favorite Spring Sport Besides football and all the other team sports, TJ also has a golf teaml This year's team is composed of Perry Fleckman, Eddie Hurley, Bill Lee and Richard Chretien. 4- ,Wipe IW ' kL o K 'll lll ll--llllllllllll YETBIIII , -uma:::aazaseaszaisisaeeiiiiisifit L., .4 iff' lllllllllll ll l IIQQRIIIIIIII- ,. ll I Ill lllIIIllllllllll:::::'lIllllIll Goifer's Play Spring Tournaments Unusually cold, rainy weath- er lingered late in the Gulf Coast. That plus an early deadline, makes it impos- sible to 'Feature action shots of tennis players. In an early morning session they are looking at a rainy sky and talking it over with Coach Robin. Left to right are: Richard McBride, Kyle Demler, Tommy Wilton, Jerry Johnson, Coach Rob- bins, Kenny Lanclls and Earl Boyanton. K r. 54 Pat Jackson Sherrye Johnson Mary Albritton Carolyn Barras Elizabeth Berry Sue Brantley Betty Bobbitt Phyllis Bowen Phyllis Boyd Betty Brown Becky Burris Harriet Bull Rie Carr Beverly Carruth Delna Coe Carolyn Colson Diann Davis Karen DeCluitt Sara Dominguez Linda Douglas Beverly Duhon Ann Eisler Pat Fisher Marcela Flores LuWanna Girard Rosie Gonzales Betty Harris Hazel Haynes Darlene Heath Suzy Hodges Carole Holmes Carol Holter LETTER GIRLS Ina Killgore Jo Marie Klebba Jane Lakie Glenda Lowther Suzanne Luquette Pam Manley Kay Marsch Gay Mathis Gloria Mire Janice McBride Rosa McDonald Barbara McGlothen Melanie McGutf Barbara McKinley Joan McMonagle Margaret Newman Joyce Ortego Cleora Oubre Kaye Oosterhout Gail Patin Rose Mary Rummell Anna Ray Scott Kathy Scott Dot Sims Patty Skaft Mary Straub Linda Stokes Theresa Thomas Joan Willoughby Sandra Wyble Susan Youngblood Linda Ulbrich Mrs. Drummond, sponsor, and Linda Ulbrich, presi- dent, look over the food articles they collected for a needy family for a Christmas present. LETTER GIRL ACTIVITIES Letter Girl Activities for the year of 1957-58 included many exciting and useful proiects. Fun night, which entertained each Letter Girl and one friend who belonged to the G.R.A., really started the school year off with a bang. Other proiects sponsored by the Letter Girls were the decoration and filling of a food basket for a needy family and the election of "Best All-Around Girl." "Secret Pal" was also a familiar saying this year since each Letter Girl drew a member's name and presented her with gifts, keeping the giver's identity a secret until the school year was over. l Letter Girl officers are from left to right, Linda Ulbrich, president, Gay Mathis, vice president, Barbara M K' I ' c in ey, secretary and reporter, Jane Lakie. 286 G,R.A. team managers are: Darlene Heath, sophomore team manager, Cseatedl, Anna Ray Scott, iunior team manager, and Dollie Newman, senior team manager. r ' ' " ?gQLLg , ,Y,e ,7V, --1 AWARDS ARE IN ORDER Forty girls lettered at the spring Letter Girl installation. Mrs. Drummond gives Gloria Mire one of the forty letters which Having the best posture in TJ is Dottie Honeycutt, "All School she issued the night of the Letter Girl Installation. Posture Queen." 287 TENNIS CLUB Members of the Tennis Club are B. Barbosa, T. Domingue, J. Day, E. Trahan, D. Richey, E. Hardy, E. Flores, S. Stevens, J. Bonnell, B. McGlothen. Second row: Miss McClain, sponsor, D. Coe, F. Ron- shausen, L. Nabours, S. Stansell, J. Sherwood, N. Sadler, P. McMonagle, S. Poole, M. DuBose, and A. R. Scott. Miss Nancy McClain, who did such an efficient iob, was the Tennis Club sponsor. Tommie Doningue is one of TJ's loyal con- tenders for the trophy case. Winning many matches was not lust a stroke of luck, but the result of many afternoons of hard practice. 288 Tennis Club officers are, left to right: Tommie Domingue, president, Delna Coe, veep, Pat McMonagle, treasurer, Frances Ronshausen, historian, and Mary E. Trahan, secretary. Sue Poole and Delna Coe, two maior contributors on the Tennis Team, demon- strating their abilities at practice after school. I--H V 27- During those rainy clays unpleasant-but funny--accidents occurred while the P.E. classes played that beloved game of kickball. Heading the Girls' Physical Educa- tion Department is Mrs. Mariorie Drummond. Mrs. Lois Wilson, Miss Bertha Hebert and Miss Nancy Mc- Clain are instructors. P.E. CLASSES - WE LOVED THEM gym classes. Wl1at's the big hurry? lt's only Friday and the beginning of the last P.E. class. Look out, Lora Mae! Rie Carr can really guard that ball. Basketball was one of the favorite games In all G.R.A. ACT Winning Trophies for their outstanding ability on the basketball court are the senior all-star team who won the school championship. They are Linda Ulbrich, Margaret Newman, team manager: Delna Doe, captaing Rose Mary Rummell, Anna Ray Scott, Betty Bobbit, Gay Mathis, Mary Straub, Joan McMonagle, and Sherry Johnson. Everybody seems pretty well pleased with the refreshments at the February Letter Girl Installation. 290 Posture Queens of each grade were Dottie Honeycutt, seniorg Sylvia Patin, sophomorep Leah Rae Catalina, iunior. I VI TIES Miss Hebert shows the sixth period gym class a guarding technique. Delna Coe, senior tennis champ, holds the tennis racket which Judy Blanton and Mary Bolles exhibit good sportsmanship after gained her fame around TJ. Sue Poole, left top, iunior champ, their game of badminton, and Carolyn Richey, right, sophomore champ, show their approval. 29I NANCY CRESWELL Senior MULKEY PRESCRI CONGRATULATIONS! You have finished anofher year in fhe educafional process. To some of you, if is fhe end of pursuif - fo ofhers if is only fhe beginning of a long climb. Whafever choices you make in regard fo fhe fufure, we wish you fhe ufmosf of success. If is our hope fhaf in fhis husfling, busy world, you may achieve fhe happiness you seek. As you confinue fo remember your dear Thomas Jefferson long affer you have leff fhe walls, we hope you will remember us. As you fhinlc of fhe fine feams, fhe Band and Hussar frips, fhe bonfires and pep-rallies. fhe spring parfies, and your many associafions wifh pleasanf fhoughfs, we hope fo be included in your lisf of friends. 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"CHARLEY" MEYER EVERYBODY'S sl-IERIFE ROBERT DIAMOND COMPANY 0 Sporfing Goods I 0 Hardware 740 AusI'in PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS "Congra+uIa+ions, Seniors" LOYD BLANCHARD "JUSTICE OF THE PEACE" HAMPTONS Is the Finest and Largest Furniture Store Between Houston and New Orleans With a Price for Every Pocketbook 5 AUTOGRAPHS it V r rro r r o Xisgi rxazcfissfrfs UQ, I If ,AJ I , I .5 ELC Q N I I ,, I I ,Af Aj S If R X I fp' L ff! 117 I r : -I I I 1 I Il' yy I N! ,dug . ..,. g 1 L ' I " 5 M 3 VM, I If Cf If I I P' 5 W2 X" If 'JEL Cx If I J I It I? .J ik 9 Q L,. , 'Y' RS I-.' A iall-9 IQ Q' imenfs of , A Y II PORT HuR AUTHORIZED I If' , , ' 5 OJ EVAl.EI'OM ILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION R NYU' I Jr Clegg Mo+Ors I ffl xtljnijlley-PIymOu+h of POr+ Arfhur LQ! f .3 A ,E,'f A ii Inman CIWGVTOIGI' If H KLEAS-LATI-IAM MOTOR CO. Q52 P is-1' gfL!f"' LINN MOTOR COMPANY A L3-W MINGLE MOTOR COMPANY jf iq RAIFORD MOTORS LL 6 ' SMITI-I-MAY MOTOR COMPANY X . ' TAYLOR MOTORS Complimenfs of BARNES FEED Lel' Us Help Grow Your Liveslock 27l0 Blueloonnel' Dial Yulcon 36605 For flue Finesl Qualify See Us W. L. JAMES AND SONS Building Maferials Lumber Pain+ rL e 3830 Sixleenlh Slreel Dial Yulcon 3-6733 I , BE HOLSUM LOOK HOLSUM BUY HOLSUM I I I A A Wake-Up Your Tas're Wi+h DR PEPPER 2036 Bluebonne+ Phone Yukon 2-547l Also MASON'S ROOT BEER SUN-CREST ORANGE SUN-CREST STRAWBERRY NU-GRAPE ix Congra+ula+ions, Seniors A BROTHERS , j ffiije f j Y P 2IO0 Fn'+h Avenue Q4 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS SERVING The Oil and Chemical lndusfry Faloricafecl S+eel Cons'rruc'rion Tank Repairs and New Tanks ELLERBEE BROTHERS 2:01 Fif+h Avenue PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS X x f ' if Phone Yukon 2-6424 Congra+ula'I'ions, Seniors HOWDY DOO DY GROCERY O ifig MEATS f, rf 1,1 , 1 T. X X !' is miie V X My Jag 1' 7 A.M.-IBQ,?P.M.UJ x 4508 Proc1'er tjigukonw-0745lf F A , wfglr bi a , :gil fi , V , fl' iii? -WN A JJ ..iM T, Y ki A Y 1 T. 2 x fi 'WJ Ja ii fi W A A rg, Y A in f , fu Y i' f XP JW if wif iii Bes'r Wishes From K'L'f'ig wifgiotiilng' Hais' Shoesl uf Ji Q hgiofsregor Sporfswear , HOLLEY ANDREWS LATEST EASHIONS Come On In and Look Around Every+hing for Young Girls From Play Clo+hes +o Eormals 60I Procfer Phone Yukon 3662i INC. 640 Proc'l'er S+ree1' PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Phone Yukon 5-47I6 EARLE B. HOLLEY R. ROY ANDREWS Dis'rinc+ive Men and Boys' Wear ...,.,1 Congrarularions, Seniors! Complimenfs of Buy, Sell, Trade Aufo Loans Jewelry 6 I 0 I 6+l1 S+ree'l' , i K Phone Yukon 2-9476 528 Procfer jj Dial YUlc0n 3-3345 .lil if hill x JU 4 U 'i l 5323? ,.1- 2:1:1:zE221ff:1' "" TOM DENN5 CRICCHIOS SPCRUNG GOODS Foon MARKET The Firsi' in A+hLe'ric Equipmenr X- BETTER GROCERIES an x" Spor+ing Goods Dis+ribu+ors for .l... -.-.5 ..ll.. ...l.,..,l............ 1 .- SPALDING WILSON House of Fine Foods RAWLINGS Fresh Vegelaloles Qualify Meals 3200 l6+h S+ree+ Phone Yukon 2-3922 SKIP'S DRIVE INN Bar-B-Que Pi'r 6' 2. ' WHEN IN THE 3 MUUD FUR Res+auran'r FIN E' FUDD Carerers Il! Phone YUKON 2-0241 3448 I 61h SIree'I' Congra+uIa+ions, Seniors SERVICE CLEANERS I72O Procior S'IreeI DiaI Yukon 5-9659 J. SAVARINO, Prop. L E Ti Besf Wishes AUGUST MILLER 81 SONS II48 7+I1 S+ree1' Yukon 3-455I HOME OF JACOBSEN POWER MOWERS SCHWINN BICYCLES THERMOLAIRE HEATERS Plan Your Par'ries for +I1e BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL ROOM MEZZANINE FLOOR SABINE HOTEL Yukon 5-936I for Reservafions GOOD FOOD DAILY IN HOTEL GRILL 600 Proc+or S+ree+ PORT ARTHUR COLLEGE Offers Courses in Business Subiecfs Elecrronics, Radio and Television Train a'I' KPAC and KPAC-TV New Classes Mon'rI1Iy Low TuiI'ion Free PIacemen+ I5O0 Proc'ror Phone Yukon 5-556I SABINE TOWING COMPANY INC. Ocean Coasfwise Harbor Canal Towing Box I5O0 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Phone YUKON 3-6666 RAIFORD MOTORS A. T. RAIFORD C. E. DRUMMOND, JR. Dodge Agency Your Marine and IncIus'rriaI Needs WHI1 Us. . . SABINE PROPELLER 81 MARINE SERVICE CO Wes'I' Lakeshore Drive YU 2-9447 Doctor awyer Merchant- Chief. . gg ,J Q55 ff Q -0 i 1 v. I ' I Elf! 9 " 0 L i . .21 0 !' 4 O r f 'Q After graduation you'1l find new goals to achieve-increas- ingly interesting though some- times diilicult. And whatever your goal-in medicine, law or business, you'll tind America's free enterprise system offers ever-growing opportunities and rewards for successful accom- plishment. To make your job easier you'll find Reddy Kilowatt elec- tric power an able helper - a partner working for Better Liv- ing for America. no Q STATES ununes 091 o C 5 EP' V 4 C . -' QGULF, 4 , 01 1 4x GULF PORT ARTHUR CREDIT UNION A Cooperaiive Savings ancI Loan Associaiion for GULF OIL CORPORATION EMPLOYEES 649 SixII1 S'rree'I Phone Yukon 3I604 AIR CONDITIONING THOMPSON INSURANCE AGENCY OEOROE L. qrommyi THOMPSON General Insurance Real Es+a+e-Loans 6I2 Proc+er Dial Yukon 2-I85l Congra'ruIa+ions, Seniors SOUTHERN MAID DONUTS Drop By 'ro Try Our "25 Varie'Iies of Delicious DONUTS" I3+I'1 and Biuebonnei' Dial Yukon 2-280I BE S1' POLICY AT ALL f , X 9 ' EATIMES . ..,,,,. ,.,.A,, . ,I Cf A 5 ? 5 gi f an-mi.. ATKINS 81 HOFFPAUIR INSURANCE zon BLUEBONNET Ave. Dial YUKON 3-0644 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS EL CHARRO RESTAURANT Specializing in MEXICAN FOOD Come and Try Our H De icious Tacos ,Sw of Q f 95 Q S l8I4 Hous'ron Ave. Dial YUKON 2-004I FOU RN ETS MEN'S WEAR DON RICHARDS KNOX HATS VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS BOTANY SPORTSWEAR BOSTONIAN SHOES 735 Procfer S+ree+ YUKON 5-8032 Your Por+rai+ From J. C. WATKINS STUDIO EDDINGSTON 81 WH ELESS General lnsurance Besl' Policy a+ All Times IIIVESTIGATE JE Will Bring Happiness 'lo Your Friends W A Phone Today for Your Apoinfmeni' Pl-ZONE TTC vis., 2329 Thomas Blvd. PHONE YuKon 23666 U on ' Besl' Wishes 'lo lhe Class of '58 Down+own and Safeway Shopping Cenfer 'Ill Zlffffg I. ,vp if 'W 1:6 05 3:7 BEAUMONT'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Complimenis Congra+ula+ions of Seniors MODEL GROCERY AND MARKET DISMUKES CC. A A ' My Furniiure M Appliances Q Q53 " ab QQ A X 511 j 41 428 Waco Avenue 3026 Proder YuKon 5745I PHONE YuKon 5-9383 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS YAKIE SUPPLY COMPANY Serving Sabine Area for 27 Years 225 AUSTIN AVENUE DIAL YuKon 5-4328 Open Your Accouni' . PLETTMAN'S AII Adveriised Specials Are Good ai' PIe'Hman's Guaranieed Lowesf Everyday Prices in fhe Ciry We SoIici+ and Appreciaie Your Charge Accouni' - 630 Procfer-YuKon 588II FREE PARKING LOT IN REAR PHONE YU 5-9911 MEREDITH'S 7+h STREET CLEANERS Pickup and DeIivery 2349 SevenI'I1 S+. PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Com pIimen'rs of SIMS PLUMBING 81 HEATING CO. Your Dealer for COLEMAN HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING and MAYTAG LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT frank Cricchiois P H OTOG RAP H Y I933 -4'rh Ave. Ph. Yukon 2-66I4 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS "PI1o+ograpI1s of a More Beauiiiul You" 0 Por'I'raiI's 0 Color 0 Babies 0 Weddings 0 FamiIy Groups 0 Copies 0 Glamour Phorographs of Women 0 CI1arac'Ier Sfudies of Men 0 Adveriising 0 IndusI'riaI 0 I6mm and 8mm Movies 0 Color Slides 0 Supplies COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHY WORK CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES You May Be Sure When You Insure Wi+h One of I'he Following Members of I'he PORT ARTHUR INSURANCE EXCHANGE Represen'ring Capi+aI SI'ocIc Companies E. BaIcer Insurance CarI Allen Insurance N. M. Barrier Insurance Bob BIanI'on 81 Son Ralph E. Burch Cliff Byrd Ins. Agency Carl Carier Ins. Agency Eddings+on 8: Wheless Joe S. Fromagus Don Hendryx 8: Company Claude Holmes Ins. Agency Home Insurance Agency King Insurance Agency Landry 8: Gisi' Ins. Agency James L. La+imer Ins. Agency S. O. La+imer Insurance LyIes-Williams Insurance Morehead Insurance Agency Vedon O+'I'o Insurance PorI' Ar+hur's Insurers Julian SaI+er Company Vince J. SaIvagio Ins. Agency J. J. SaIver+ Agency George L. Scully Insurance Craig S+evenson Insurance Texas Insurance Agency Thompson 8: Me'rcaIf Ins. Agency Vaughan 8: Gimiman Lee Wea+heraII Agency William Whi+e Insurance Charles M. Wiesen Ins. Agency V. E. LiHIe 8: Company H. O. MiIIs Insurance Signs Designed and BuiI'I' LEBLANC SIGNS Truck Le'Hering RefIec'rive Signs AII S1'eeI Sign PaneIs IIIumina+ed PIas+ic Signs 3994 - I6+I1 ST. YuKon 2-7I77 RICE STUDIO Professional Phofography IN . .I 1 if Babies Famiiy Groups POI"I'raI'I'S Color Weddings Par+ies For Appoinfmeni' Dial YuKon 5-80ll 20I9 Procier S'l'ree1' PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS Blue BonneI', home of qualify bedding, will build you a KING SIZE BED Thai cosI's no more I'I1an s'Iandard size beds a'I' mos'I places. BLUE BONNET will malce deliv- eries and sei up KING SIZE beds in nearby Towns. BLUE BONNET MATTRESS COMPANY KING SIZE BEDS O M Buy Direci From FacI'oryg Foam Rubber I' ' fm 0 or Innersprings, MaHresses Made To JL' -ff Order. Terms if Desirecl. I L13 SI'andardize King Size PHONE US FOR SLIP COVERS, DRAPES, BEDSPREADS HEADBOARDS, STERILIZING. BOX SPRINGS, UPHOLSTERING II48 Hous+on Ave. OUALITY BEDDING Slumber Number YUKON 3-277I III ' "i' "" - '- c g vo u la 'r no u BL es ,,::11E,E 2a2222i:if H I S H ,,,, X . f edII,b , sR R I if Congra'ruIaI'ions A Friendly Loan Service Class of '58 FIRST NATIONAL BAN K PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Up To SI000 FINANCE DRIVE-UP SERVICE LOANS 300 FIFTH STREET Dial YUKON 3-33II PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS The Home of 'Phe Names You Know RCA WHIRLPOOL Where 'rhe KELVINATOR "Crazy Frenchman" TAPPAN SAVES YOU MONEY KROEHLER "HMO -WERE?-sf: Complere Home Furnishings 15- PM jg- Compare Values nnn n 2 Q3 ' 3005 7'I'h S+ree+ Dial Yukon 2-3522 840 7+h S+ree+ Yukon 58858 LAKEVIEW CLEANERS Highesi QuaIi+y of Cleaning and Pressing Laundry Service - AII'era-I'ion Fasi' Pick-Up and Delivery 549 STADIUM ROAD Dial YuKon 2-2I64 AQUILINA'S FOOD STORE ,848 Hous+on Ave. More Good Food for Your Money CongraI'uIa+ions +o +he Class of 58 Fea+ures I'he o'F Silver, C QIXXIWV From LIPOFITS Finesi' Na'rionaIIy Adverf sed L ne hina, CrysI'aI, Wa'I'ches Jewelry and Diamonds 440 ProcI'er Dial YuKon 2-9488 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Address 749 - 5+h PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS "A Church Whose Field Is Noi' a Neighborhood buf I'he CiIy" DR. JOHN M. WRIGHT, Pas'Ior PETE FAST, Minis+er Music-Educaiion ft If , if X f-N-ig 'S f" L., 433, f ,I Q X 553 - yr 1 ,Hill I IF 77:7-Tl HSI .IEIT IE If-F' ' Iifu -'55 III I A E ll. If? A -We!-A ' I' If I A In iy Qs l1I fif1H ' li' I i 1 I L! T T ---Ei-5.g?, Eqjl 'u l ' ig 4 T Tgi' E?ji- - g: School Supplies HARRIS BOOK STORE 524 FIHI1 S+ree'r PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS Phone YUIcon 5-8023 GRAIG STEVENSON INSURANCE 425 6+I1 S'rreeI' P.O. Box 909 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS ongra+ula+ions, Class of '58 COTTAGE FLOWER SHOP 'Every Order a Special Order" 830 Orange Ave. YUIcon 3-O56I DE WITT KNIGHT'S SERVICE STATION Your Good Gulf Dealer 430l ProcIer S+reeI' Besf of Luck +o 'rhe Class of -58 WILEY'S SHOE Box FLORENCE COLEMAN Fine Shoes for SCHOOL OF DANCING Ladies and Lasses 900V2 Pfodef 6 I 2 Prodrer UKON 2-343' Dial Yukon 2-las: OR DIAL Y YUKON 2-7288 WEB B'S Prescription Pharmacy No. I-60I 5+h S+ree+ Yukon 3-27Il No. 2-2048 9+h Ave. Yukon 2-9408 1 f gg 17X ff? . I LELE A s"' ' .',4 2 .5 A'-E-- ' iff? l "" " ,. A Z "A' . 5 554, ,,,.,,., I , ,.,.,. i I-. :, II, -I, .2 1:-1: I Im, 4 -'-- ..f,.: .-.' ---'-- I ,, -f--- T5g5x,w:1.3:, ,-s-5.'21-:pfffzf - ' 5 5:17 -I . 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SOTITI-IERQN 'UNION G-.AS COMPANY FOSTER BROTHERS LUMBER 81 SUPPLY COMPANY Headquar'I'ers for All Your Building Needs Phone YU 3-4I00 I I I I STADIUM ROAD Congrafulafions, CIass of HINOTE ELECTRIC COMPANY Dial YU 3-786I Elecfric ConI'racI'ors Ho'l'poinI' Appliances PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS '58 REIF'S CLEANERS 624 Hous+on Ave. 726 9'I'I1 Ave. 26I2 Memorial Drive Dial YU 2-293I For 'I'I'1e Cleanesi' CIoI'I1es in Town ' f V Complimenfs of Q fix' A V PRICE AND COMPANY XX X 1 ' ' . - ' i WHOLESALE ONLY ,L lu Ci ars, Candies, Tobacco and Sundries, i i f ' Xgy SclTraf'Fi"s Famous Candies, Bracks Famous XJ L' ' JB XJ! p T l QC Bag Candies . I L QQ-BT ALSO KX XR ff A Hyfone School Supplies Xl A A A 80I Hous'I'on Avenue fr' or BeH'er e dy-+0-Wear and BeH'er Campus Casuals 2337 'PROCTER Dial YuKon 2-709I PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Yu Kon 29494 4 For Comfor1'- Durabiliiy For Sfyle PORT ARTHUR FURNITURE 81 APPLIANCE CO. Phone YUlcon 3-3396 3I00 Six+een1'l1 Sfreel' PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS Frigidaire Simmons Kroehler Tappan 1 an H l, A , M, MONA EAST BARBARA 'BELL "Go Firs+ Class-Go NaI'ionaI" RIGGS TOOL 81 TRAILER RENTALS Phone YUIcon 3-9724 34 I 6 I 6II1 S'IreeI' PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS LANDRY PLUMBING ,el 'Rafe 0 Aff "6 X ki QQ G Sani+a'Hon, Comfori' N vf X W, :WE ' , and Safe+y of 'l'I1e Home ,79.I'l'I'Iu.W -:4':Wmg!gi.A, 'lf 1 0 l , Good Plumbing 81 Is Im9or'ran+ DIAL YUKON 5-4I3I S 5I0 S+acIium Road 6' PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS H-X 3232 25+I1 S+ree+ DIAL YuKon 3-2854 QMMWW .9 W wwfffgfiffg fgwe' O 0 rin 93 Wwfwgjfvf W D CECM5' 'WJ o ed Under Au+ orH'y A W LW' COLA BHI h 5V ffh c CIC p y iq by O 6 OCS- O6 Om an PORT ARTH U R COCA-COLA BOTTLI NG CO. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. 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