Thomas Jefferson High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Port Arthur, TX)
- Class of 1961
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In searching for a theme to unify our story of the school year of 1960-61, We decided
to try to show, as vividly and as meaningfully as pictures and Words will allow, the
many opportunities that Thomas Jefferson High School students have to earn an educa-
tion that is not only adequate, but generous in scope.
Accordingly, we divided our book into four major sections: guidance, memories,
opportunities, and competition, believing that all of these are necessary parts of an
education marked by excellent quality.
We are the fourteenth staff that has tried to make THE YELLOW JACKET a trusted
reference of memories. The experience has been one of the generous features of our
curriculum, for we have learned to know and love our school better through editing a
book designed to, please you.
Trusting that Volume 14 dramatized to-some extent the business of securing an educa-
tion for a lifetime filled with receiving and giving guidance, acquiring memories, accept-
ing opportunities, and competing successfully, THE YELLOW JACKET staff invites
you to take a look at EDUCATION PLUS in operation.
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Co-eiiitorf-in-ebief-Diana Dupy and Erleen Porter
Faculty Editor-Pat Daniel Government Editor-Cindy Brantley
Senior Editor-Karen Byrd Organization! Editor-Sue Gartin
junior Editor-Carol Scott S ports Editor-Harvey Reeves
S opboinore Editor-Olivia Aleman Girly' S portf Editor-Karen O'Brien
Artioitief Editor-Linda Tomlin Adoertifernentf Editor-Linda Iones
Favorite: Editor-Peggy Breaux Bufineff Manager-Claudette Hilliard
Adifertifing Sponfor-Mr. P. T. Reynolds
Guidance in Learning
Sweat and a few tears sometimes accompany study of blood types, but with Mrs.
Thomsen's guidance, sophomores usually win the battle of biology.
To obtain the best possible guid-
ance program for a school, the
faculty must be a group of well-
trained teachers and advisors.
Thomas jefferson teachers meas-
ure up to that requirement in every
way. The classroom teachers are
well-versed in their subjects and
the office personnel are always
willing to give their time and ad-
vice to help a student.
Place the pin here, cut along dotted line, and presto, a
So Khrushchev did not get to see Disneyland? Or is it the
newest techniques of machine teaching? Whatever the subject,
Mr. Gott, Mrs. Bjerring and Miss Hill look skeptical.
Guidance is the password to Miss Erwin's office. Always
willing to give advice, Miss Erwin talks over college plans
with a student.
Memories in bundanee
A Wet night saw T.j.'s
bonfire burning brightly.
Cheers, fight songs, and
excitement were prevalent
Deeana Huff adjusts Barry Anderson's graduation cap as they prepare for
"Go ye, Port Ar-
thur." The vic-
tory song is sung
again as the
Jackets score an-
The good sportsmanship that was displayed by the team during the entire football season will long remain in our memories.
pportunities in Education
v The 1961 presidential election
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Decorative bulletin boards, stu-
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classroom elections climaxecl the
The variety of clubs and organizations presents many opportunities to interested students
Congressional activities provide instruc-
tion in government.
6 Selecting the right college is no problem when students come in contact with the many bulletins in Miss Erwin's office.
Competition in Sport
Football came first.
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MR. Z. T. FORTESCUE
Superintendent of Schools
MR. ALEXANDER KOERTH
Assistant Superintendent of Schools
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MEMBERS OF THE School Board include, Slazzding: Robert E. Price, A. E. Patterson, I.. Rosenberg, George
Huber, Dr. R. J. Shields, Edwin Baldwin. Seated: Z. T. Fortescue, N. B. Haskell, Donnie M. Jones.
New Leader Initiates Changes
This has been a year of transition for stu-
dents, faculty, and patrons of Thomas Jef-
ferson High School as Principal Clyde Gott
assumed leadership in a program designed
to accent the primary purpose of any high
school: giving its pupils an opportunity to
become students in the literal sense of the
"Keep the student in the classroom. Do
nothing that will interfere with our program
of learning." These Words are often quoted
axioms of this new leader.
Mr. Gott came to Thomas jefferson High
School this year from San Antonio, Texas.
Many hours of work on his part have shown
us a man Whom we can increasingly admire
and respect as an educational leader.
Mr. Clyde M Gott Principal
Counselors Give Helpful Hints
MR. LONN IE DEVALL
Heading various activities of the school
with a long-time service record at Thomas
Jefferson, is a man known and liked by hun-
dreds of students, Mr. Devall.
Patient and expert in working out prob-
lems with faculty members, students, and
parents, he holds a position of respect and
MRS. EDNA HARGUS
MR. JAMES TARTER.
MISS LOUISE ERWIN
Director of Educational Guidance
MISS ALIECE ANDERSON
Director of Student Activities
Keys to Successful Operation
MISS IEANETTE TENNEY
MRS. JESSIE JUDD MILLER
MRS. ANNA MAE DEVINE
MISS MINNIE LOU WILSON
MEMBERS OF THE P.T.A. Executive Board are mzmiing: Mr. Gott, Mesdames Larson, Brantley, Hayes, Murray, Foglernan
Schiefley, Tennant. Sealed: Mesdames Hall, Bernauer, Lofton, Womack, Orrill, Smith.
Familiar Faces On Campus
Ricky Montana, Kay Thames, and Mary Arisco admire Miss Martha Butler's lovely corsage given to her by her homeroom
members for the semi-final football game.
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MR. LAWRENCE ALLEN, Latin,
B.A., Baylor University
MR. JOHN BADGETT. Music, B.S.,
MISS EDITH BENZ, Math, B.A.,
T.W.U., M.Ecl., University of Hous-
MR. CHARLES BILLINGS, Physi-
cal Ed., B.S., University of Texas
Miss LINDA BILLINGSLEY, Span-
ish, B.A., University of Texas
MRS. ISABELLA BJERRING, Eng-
lish, B.A., Sam Houston State, M.A.,
MRS. PEGGY BORN, English, B.A.,
MR. JACK BOTTOMS, Choral Mu-
sic, B.S., Sam Houston State, B.M.,
MR. PAUL BOTTOMS, Physics,
B.S., Sam Houston State
MRS. SARA BUSH, English, B.A.,
Sam Houston State
MISS MARTHA BUTLER, Physi-
ology, B.S., Southwestern University,
M.S., Oregon State University
MR. MARVIN CICHOWSKI, Mech.
Drawing, B.S., University of Ala-
MR. DOYLE CLINTON, Spanish,
French, German, B.A., Mississippi
MISS TOM COLLIER, Head of
I-Iomemaking Department, B.A.,
Southwest Texas College, M.A., Co-
MR. ,REX COPELAND, Typing,
Business Law, B.S., Northwest Mis-
souri State, M.Ecl., Sam Houston
MISS DORIS CRISP, English, B.A.,
"Around and About"
MISS MARILYN DAVIS, Physical
Ed., B.S., L.S.U.
MR. JOHN GODWIN, Biology,
B.A., M.A., North Texas State
MRS. MARTHA GODWIN, Eng-
lish, B.A., Mary Hardin Baylor
MISS ARA GOLMON, Social
Studies, B.A., Mary Hardin Baylor,
M.A., Baylor University
MRS. FLONELLE Greer, English,
B.A., North Texas State, M.Ed.,
University of Houston
MRS. NORA GREGORY, Math,
B.S., M.Ed., Stephen F. Austin
MR. ROGER GRIFFIN, Social
Studies, B.S., North Texas State
MISS EOLA GUNSTREAM, Head
of Commercial Dept., Shorthand,
B.A., Baylor University, M.A., Uni-
versity of Houston
MRS. EDNA HARGUS, Clothing,
B.S., M.A., University of Houston
MRS. MARY EVELYN HAYES,
Social Studies, B.A., M.A., T.W.U.
MISS BERTHA I-IEBERT, Head of
Physical Ed. Dept., B.S., Lamar
MR. FRANCIS HILL, Physical Ed.,
B.S., Lamar Tech
MISS MAB LYNN HILL, Math,
B.A., Hardin-Simmons University
MRS. DELL HILLE, Distributive
Ed., B.A., Mississippi Women's Col-
MR. GENE JACKSON, Printing,
B.S., Sam Houston State, M.S., Bay-
MRS. ALMA JOHNSON, English,
B.A., Sam Houston State
Ch ' t eriments are only part of a days work m the lab Mr Ben Kiker is very helpful when it comes to showing Glenda
emis ry exp
for Lamar Lawson, Roland Gooch, and Neil McLaufm Folsom how to operate the duplicating machine
Christmas greetings were extended from Mrs Westermans classes
by a colorful display of Christmas cheer including Sylvia Tyson
Joseph Vincent, Judy Goff, and Jimmy Johnson
MRS. GERALDINE JOHNSON,
Latin, Head of Foreign Language
Dept., B.A., East Texas State, M.Ed.,
University of Houston
MISS MARTHA JOHNSON,
Speech, B.F.A., University of Texas
MR. BENTLEY JONES, Physical
Ed., B.B.A., M.S.Ed., Baylor Uni-
MR. W. G. JONES, Printing, Head
of Industrial Arts Dept, B.S., Sam
MR. LELAND KAY, Wood Shop,
B.S., M.S., North Texas State
MRS. LaVERNA KIEFER, Math,
B.S., University of Illinois
MR. BEN KIKER, Math, B.S., Delta
MISS CATHERINE KLEIN, French,
B.A., Stephen F. Austin
MISS JANICE LANGSTON, Home
Decoration, B.A., Mississippi State
MR. ALFRED LINDEMANN, Phys-
iology, B.S., M.Ed., Southwest Texas
MR. BILL MCANALLEN, English,
B.A., Butler University
MISS NANCY MCCLAIN, Physical
Ed., B.S., T.W.U.
MRS. JEWELL McEWAN, Social
Studies, B.A., T.W.U., M.A., CO-
MR. BILL MICHAEL, Physical Ed.,
B.S., University of Arkansas
MISS MARGARET MILLER, Eng-
lish, B.A., Cumberland University,
M.A., George Peabody College
MRS. LELA MORGAN, Head Li-
brarian, B.S., Stephen F. Austin
M.A., Columbia University
And ur Friends As Well
"Ah, perfect!" say the cooks in TJ's kitchen.
MRS. HELEN NEUMANN, P.E.,
B.S., University of Texas
MR. ED NOWLAND, P.E., B.S.,
MR. KENNETH PARKER, English,
B.A., Northeastern State, M.Ecl.,
University of Oklahoma
MISS MAE BELLE PELTON, Head
of English Dept., B.A., Trinity Uni-
versity, M.A., University of Texas
MR. jj L. PENSE, P.E., B.S., B,A.,
Northeastern State, M,Ecl., Univer-
sity of Houston
MRS. MARCELLE PITMAN, Eng-
lish, Library Science, B.A., Sam
Houston State, B.S., T.W.U.
MRS. ETHEL REDMAN, Journal-
ism, B.S., T.W.U., M.Ed., Univer-
sity of Houston
MR. P. T. REYNOLDS, Bookkeep-
ing, B.S., M.A., Sam Houston State
MR. ROGER RUSSELL, Art, B.S.,
M.Ed., Sam Houston State
MR. G. SCHMELTZER, Visual
Aids, B.S., Southwest Texas, M.A.,
University of Houston
MR. JACK SELL, Chemistry, B.S.,
Southwest Texas, M.A., University
MR. H, C. SHAW, Industrial Arts,
B.S., North Texas State
MISS ELIZABETH SHAW, Head
of Science Dept., B.A., University
MR. JOHN SHELTON, P.E., B.S.,
University of Louisville, M.A., Uni-
versity of Kentucky
MISS IRENE SMITH, Math, B.A.,
Hardin-Simmons, M.A., North Texas
MISS JAYNE SMITH, English,
B.A., B.F.A., University of Okla-
Patience Is a Must
MR. T. S. STANSELL, Head of So-
cial Studies Dept., B.A., North Texas
State, M.A., Columbia University
MRS. MABLE SWANZY, Typing,
Shorthand, B,S., T.W.U.
MISS LINDA TAYLOR, Home Eco-
nomics, B.S., Henderson State
MRS. MARTHA TAYLOR, Math,
B.S., North Texas State
MRS. GUNHILD THOMSEN, Bi-
ology, B.A., University of Texas
MR. C. E. UNDERWOOD, Athletic
Director, Head of P.E. Department,
B.A., Marshall College, M.A., Uni-
versity of Kentucky
MRS. IRALENE VENTRELLO,
Homemaking, B.S., University of
MISS MARY EUNICE VICKERS,
Social Studies, B.A., Mary Hardin
Baylor, M.A., T.W.A.
MISS ELEANOR WALL, Social
Studies, B.S., Southwest Texas
MR. W. H. WARD, Head of Math
Dept., B.A., North Texas State,
M.A., Peabody College
MRS. REVA WESTERMAN, Chem-
istry and Social Studies, B.A., Ne-
braska State Teachers College, M.A.,
University of Colorado
Student life was spiced as the PILOT sponsored a school-wide poll on the Kennedy-Nixon election.
The results proved to be true as Kennedy won the election on a national-wide basis.
ariety Is the Spice of Stud
GETTING UGOODIESH AT LUNCH time is an everyday affair in the cafeteria.
TWO BITS, FOUR BITS . . . This was the cry
of Mr. Roger Russell and the teacher cheerleaders
as he and other teachers participated in the pep
rally preceding the bi-district game with Galena
MEMBERS OF THE P.T.A. sold hot dogs and coffee at the football games to earn
money for the P.T.A. scholarship.
THESE INTERESTED ART STUDENTS,
Aubrey Howard, jane Booth, and Jimmy
Richard compare perspectives of Tj build-
ings for art class..
Assorted Activities Add
"REAMS OF PAPER AND
OCEANS of ink seem to flow
from the mimeograph machine,"
declare Mr. Lonnie Devall, Judy
Emmons, Roy Hooks, and Miss
Minnie Lou Wilson.
CORRECT USE OF THE TELEPHONE is taught by Mrs. Norma
Sue Weldon as she helps Harry Fitzner and Jeanette Cooper.
URDU? PENJABI? PERSIAN? All of these languages
were used as Raghbir Singh, a Port Arthur College exchange
student from India, helped Mrs, Geraldine johnson with
tapes for foreign language students.
Excitement to School Life
Talking over, the day's plans in the shop office are Mr.
Leland Kay, Mr. Gene jackson, Mr. Gus Schmeltzer, Mr.
W. G. Jones, and Mr. Hugh Shaw.
GENE DAVIS NEVER was caught without his
pass while working as a lab assistant.
CARDINAL BERTHA HEBERT was the target for Hunter Jack
Bottoms as they staged a bird hunt prior to the Bellaire football game.
"WAKE UP, LEONARD, IT'S TIME to go to class" says Reagan Knight as
he tries to arouse Leonard Duckworth for his next class.
To the Senior Class of 1961 . .
When the final diploma was issued, and the last graduate stepped off the
platform at jacket Stadium on the evening of june 1, 1961, twelve years of work
and study were rewarded.
This class has many memories to recall from school years filled with study,
fun, a.nd friendships. Here, the initial process of securing an education had
its beginning. Dreams and plans were mingled so that these times will forever
be touched with their gold. Here, the challenge of competition crystallized
to become ambition.
Within the short space of time between graduation and receiving this year-
book, most of these graduates will already have taken decisive steps toward
personal goals. Some will be getting ready for college, some will be drawing
pay checks at new jobs and setting up new homes, while still others may be far
away in military duty.
Whatever the circumstances in years to come, classmates of this year may once
more in spirit rejoin the group by the simple process of recalling the days when
they truly believed:
"IF WE CAN'T DO IT, IT CAN'T BE DONE!
THE SENIOR CLASS OE SIXTY-ONE"
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HELEN ROSEMARIE ABRAHAM-FHA, 58-595
French Club, 59-61, GRA, 58-61, HR Treas., 58-59,
Lt. Gov., 59-60, jr. Red Cross, 59-60, Hussars, 59-61,
Repertoire Players, 60-61, Yellow jacket Staff, 60-61'
Bowling Club, 61
MARY MARGARET ABSHIREAFNA, 58-61, GRA,
58-61, HR Lt. Gov., 58-59, Mixed Chorus, 60-61
MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS-FBLA, 59-60, GRA,
58-61, Jr. Red Cross, 59-60, HR Lt. Gov., 59-60
ROSE MARIE ADAMS-Spanish Club, 58-60
OLIVIA E. ALEMAN-FBLA, so-61, GRA, 58-61,
Outstanding Member, 58-59, Hussars, 59-613 Bugle
Sergeant, 60-61, SBC, 58-60, Spanish Club, 59-60,
Soph. Posture Queen, 58-59g "B" Average Award,
59-603 Outstanding HR Member, 58-59
VUINFRED ALEXANDER-Bowling Club, 59-60,
Spanish Club, 58-59
KATHLEEN ALLEN-A Cappella choir, 60-61,
Band, 58-61, Bowling Club, 59-61, ETA, 59-61, Mer-
ited Member Glee Club, 59-60, GRA, 59-61, Mer-
itorious Citation, 58-59, "B" Average Award, 59-60
JERRY EUGENE ALLGOOD-Football, 58-592
FLA, so-61, Treas., JCL, 59-60, ski Club, ss-ao,
Slide Rule, 59-61, "B" Average Award, 59-60,
Meritorious Citation, 58-59
GABRIELLE MARIE ANDERSON-DE, 59-61,
Veep, 60-61, GRA, 58-593 Heralds, 60-61, JCL,
58-60, Slide Rule, 60-61, "B" Average Award, 60-61,
HR Sec., 58-59, Treas,, 60-61, NHS, 60-61, Mer-
itorious Citation With Special Honors, 58-59, Out-
standing Service Award, DE
Can't Do It, It Can't Be Done
JAMES BARRY ANDERSON-Football, 58-61, HR
Gov., 58-59, Sec., 60-61
FRANK E. ANDREWS-DE, 60-61, HR Gov.,
59-60, Lt. Gov., 60-61, SBC, 58-593 Printing Club,
59-60, Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
ANDREW PETE ANDRUS III-Baseball, 58-593
HR Lt. Gov., 60-61, SBC, 58-59, Slide Rule Club,
60-61, "B" Average Award, 59
ROBERT L. ANDRUS-Baseball, 58-61, All Dis-
LO SAM AQUILINA-Cabinet, 58-59, JCL, 58-60,
NHS, 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61, "B" Average
LINDA LOU ARISCO-FBLA, 58-61, Reporter,
60-61, GRA, 58-59, HR SBC, Outstanding HR
Member, 58-59, Heralds, 59-61, Hussars, 59-61,
Asst. Uniform Quart., 60-61, "B" Average Award,
The Senior Class of ,6l
KLONDYS MICHEAL BAILEY-DE, 60-61
DONALD M. BALL-HR Lt. GOV., 59-60, Yellow
Jacket Staff, 60-61
ROLAND R. BARBOSA
MONA LEE BARNES
BETTY C. BARTON-PNA, 59-60, Repertoire
JOHN MELVIN BASS-Track, 61
MARY MARGARET ARISCO-Band, 58-61, Color
Guard, 59-61, Bowling Club, 59-60, GRA, 58-61,
JCL, 58-60, Jr. Red Cross, 58-60, VEEP, 59-60, HR
BARBARA ARMENTOR-DE, 59-60
JOHNNY ELEM ARNOLD-DE, 59-61, Reporter,
60-61, Football, 58-59
NORMAN C. ATCHISON
SAMMY XVILLIAM ATCHISON-Bowling Club,
SHARON ANNE AUSTIN-Art Club, 60-61, Chess
Club, Sec., 60-61, FBLA, 58-60
CARL AVILA-Baseball, 58- 59
BOBBIE LEE BABINO-Bowling Club, 59-60, GRA,
58-61, All-Star Team, Letter Girls, 60-61, Tennis
Club, 58-61, Treas., 58-59
MARY CATHERINE BAGGESE-Art Club, 60-61,
Sec.-Treas., Bowling Club, 59-60, Cabinet, 58-61,
Camera Club, 60-61, FBLA, 59-60, FHA, 58-59,
GRA, 58-61, HR SBC, 58-59, Gov., 60-61, Treas,,
59-60, Jr. Red Cross, 59-60, Repertoire Players,
60-61, Reporter, Spanish Club, 58-59, Gold Execu-
tive Comm., 58-59, Lady-in-Waiting, 61, Outstanding
HR Member, 58-59, Citizen of the Month, 59-60,
Yellow Jacket Staff, Editor of Fine Arts, 60-61
MAURICE JAMES BELLOT-Yellow Jacket, 60-61
GEORGE BEMAUER-DE, 60-61
MARIE KATHLEEN 'BENAVIDEZ-FBLA, 58-61,
GRA, 58-59, "B" Average Award, 58-603 Perfect
MARIE BENOIT-PNA, 58-593 HR, Treas., 59-603
Ski Club, 58-60, Repertoire Players, 58-60
MARY CAROLYN BENSON-FNA, 58-59, HR,
Gov., 58-59, Lt. Gov., 60-61, GRA, 58-613 JCL,
58-61, Praetor, 60-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58-61
ROLAND A. BERNARD JR.
MILTON JOHNSON BERRY-Slide Rule, 60-613
"B" Average Award, 58-59
JUDY BERTRAND-French Club, 59-60, Pilot
CHARLES EDWARD BILBO-HR, GOV., 58-59,
Treas., 59-60g Pilot Staff, Sports Editor, 60-615 Pro-
jectors Club, 60-61
MARVIN L. BATES-A Cappella Choir, 58-61,
Pres., 60-61, Quartet, 59-61, All-State Choir, 60-613
JCL, 58-615 Repertoire Players, 58-61, Parliamen-
tarian, 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61, HR, Gov.,
58-59, Outstanding Repertoire Player, 58-59
KAREN LYNN BAXTER-Cabinet, 58-593 Cheer-
leader, 60-61, French Club, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, Jr.
Red Cross, 59-60, Repertoire Players, 58-61, SBC,
59-60, Soph. Duchess, 58-59, Most Popular Girl, 61
KENNETH EUGENE BAYLASS-Camera Club,
59-60, Spanish Club, 58-59
DAVID BERAL BEAGLE
EUGENE JOSEPH BEARD
SANDRA JNEANE BECKWORTH-GRA, 58-61,
HR, Sec., 58-59, Mixed Chorus, Librarian, 60-61
Daily Schedules Received
BILLY BLACK-Bowling Club, 59-603 Football,
58-593 NHS, 60-613 Slide Rule Club, 59-603 Track,
59-61, "B" Average Award, 58-60
DONNA FAYE BLANCHARD-GRA, 58-613 HR
Lt. Gov., 60-613 NHS, 60-613 Hussars, 59-613 HR,
Treas., 59-603 Meritorious Citation, 58-593 "B" Aver-
age Award, 59-60
SUSAN MARIE BLANCHARD-French Club, 58-603
FTA, 59-eo, GRA, 58-eo, Mixed choir, eo-61, NHS,
60-613 Meritorious Citation, 58-593 "B" Average
DOROTHY LOUISE BODDEN-FBLA, 60-61,
Yellow Jacket, 60-61
HAROLD BODDEN-DE, 60-61
REBECCA LYNN BOEHME-FBLA, 58-593 Span-
ish6Club, 59-613 NHS, 60-613 Meritorious Citation,
By 465 Seniors
ANN ELIZABETH BOOTE-FNA, 58-61, Treas.,
59-61, GRA, 58-593 SBC, 583 Cabinet, 603 Outstand-
ing junior Future Nurse, 60
JAMES BOREL-DE, eo
TOMMY ELTON BRADBERRY
CYNTHIA LOUISE BRANTLEY-Band, 58-61,
Color Guard, 59-613 Bowling Club, 59-603 Cabinet,
58-603 FTA, 59-61, Veep, 59-603 GRA, 58-60,
Good Sportsmanship League, 59-613 Heralds, 59-613
JCL, 58'60Q NSH, 58-60, "B" Average Award, 59-603
Meritorious Citation, With Special Honors, 58-593
Outstanding HR Member, 58-593 Honor Awards
Band, Congress, 58-593 Perfect Attendance Award,
59-60, Yellow jacket, 60-613 Rep. at Large
PEGGY ELLEN BREAUX-Cabinet, 58-593 FBLA,
Pres., 60-613 GRA, 58-60, JCL, 58-593 Jr. Red Cross,
59-60, Sec.3 Heralds, 60-613 Hussars, 59-60, Asst.
Inst. Quartermaster, 59-60, Treas., 60-613 "BH Aver-
age Award, 58-593 Jr. Club Woman, 60-613 Jr.
Duchess, 59-603 Outstanding HR Member, 59-603
Miss Typical Texan, 60-613 Yellow Jacket Staff,
Favorite Editor, 60-613 Princess, 61
ROBERT L. BRECKENRIDGE-Band, 58-61, French
Club, 58'61, FDA, 60-613 Heralcls, 59-61, Veep,
60-613 NHS, 60-61, jr. Liori, 60, Meritorious Citation,
With Special Honors, 58-593 National Merit Scholar-
ship Foundation Semi-Finalist, 60-613 Chairman Ma-
roon Executive Committee, 61
EVELYN BROUSSARD-DE, 59-61, Sec., 60-613
HR Sec., 58-59, Tre-as., 59-61, GRA, 58-593 "B"
Average Award, 59-60 3'
JOHN LEWIS CALHOUN-Football, 57-58
JAMES RICHARD CARR
CARL CARTER JR.-Boys' State, 593 Court, Jr.
Duke, 59-603 Football, 58-613 Track, 58-603 SBC,
KAREN CARY-Bowling Club, 59-60, GRA, All
Star, 58'61Q Letter Girls, 59-61, Veep, 61, Pilot Staff,
60-613 Tennis Club, 58-613 Hist., 58, Pres., 593 Yel
low Jacket Staff, 60-61
JAIME ENRIQUE CASTANEDA-JCL, 59-61
GARY WAYNE BROUSSARD
HELEN ROSE BROUSSARD-Bowling, 59-603
FBLA, 58-593 French Club, 58-613 GRA, 60-613 Jr.
Red Cross, 59-GOQ Repertoire Players, 59-613 HR
Treas., 60-613 Perfect Attendance
WAYNE JOSEPH BROUSSARD-Slide Rule, 59-60
MYRTLE EVELYN BROWN-Cabinet, 59-603
FBLA, 60-613 GRA, 58-613 Gold Executive Comm.,
FAY BURDETT-FBLA, 60-613 GRA, 58-603 HR
Sec., 58-59, Lt. Gov., 59-60, Gov, 60-613 Hussars,
59-613 Ski Club, 58-59
DAVID WAYNE BURGE-Art Club, 58-59, Bowl-
ing Club, 59-603 JCL, 58-593 Pilot Staff, 59'60Q Rifle
Club, 58-593 Ski Club, 59-603 Spanish Club, 58-59
JUDITH BURGE-FBLA, 59-60
JANELLE MARIE BUVINGHAUSEN-Cabinet,
58-593 DE, 60-613 FTA, 58-61, Veep, 60-613 GRA,
58-593 Heralds, 60-613 HR Sec., 59-60, Gov., 60-613
JCL, 58-613 NHS, 60-613 SBC, 58-593 "B" Average,
59-603 FTA Merited Member, 58-61, Meritorious
KAREN ANNE BYRD-Art Club, 60-613 Cabinet,
59-613 GRA, 58-613 Heralds, 60-613 Hussars, 59-613
Asst. Uniform Quartermaster, 59-60, Pres., 60-613 Jr.
Red Cross, 58-593 NHS, 60-613 Spanish Club, 58-593
Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61, Senior Editor3 "B" Aver-
age Award, 59-61, Letter Girls, 60-613 Lion Sweet-
heart, 61, HR Lt. Gov., 58-613 Maroon Convention
Sec., 59, Meritorious Citation, 58-593 Outstanding
Hussar, 59-603 Senior Class Treas., 60-61
Seniors Meet and
OUIDA NELL CATES-French Club, 58-603 FNA,
60-61: GRA, 58-60, HR Sec., 60-61
ROBERT THOMAS CAUGHLIN-Cabinet, 60-613
FBLA, 60-613 FDA, 6O'61Q Football, 58-593 HR
Gov,, 58-613 Heralds, 60-613 Slide Rule Club, 60-613
Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
HARRY JOHN CAZEMIER-French Club, 60-613
JCL, 58-593 Jr. Red Cross, 58-593 Slide Rule Club,
60-613 "B"' Average Award, 59-603 HR Lt. Gov.,
58-60, Sec., 60-613 Meritorious Citation, 58-593 NHS,
60-613 Cabinet, 60-61
BOB CHADDRICK-French Club, 59-60
JERRY LYNN CHAMBERLAIN
IRVIN HOLBERT CHATAGNIER
NANCY CAROLYN CHRISTIAN-Bowling Club,
60-613 Cabinet, 58-593 GRA, 58-61, Glee Club,
58-593 Mixed Chorus, 59-603 Jr. Red Cross, 60-613
Letter Girls, 60-61
LESLIE JOSEPH CLARY-Repertoire Players, 60-61
LINDA LEE CLOAR-Art Club, 60-613 Cabinet,
59 60 FBLA 60 61 GRA 59 61 CL 59-603 Hus-
sars,59-60 , - 5 , - gJ ,
Greet Mr. Gott
THOMAS LEE CLOONEY
JACK THOMAS COFFMAN-Bowling Club, 59-603
Ski Club, 59-60, Slide Rule Club, 59-603 "BH Aver-
age Award, 59-603 SBC, 58-593 NHS, 60-61
JESS MATLOCK COFFMAN-Bowling Club, 59-60,
Slide Rule Club, 59-613 Ski Club, 59'60Q NHS, 60-61
NOVA LYNNE COLEMAN-Band, 58-61, Drum
Major, 60-613 Bowling Club, 59-613 FTA, Chaplain,
59-603 GRA, 58-61, Heralds, 59-61, Sec., 60-613
JCL, 58-61, NHS, 60-613 Cabinet, 59-61, Treas.,
59-603 SBC, 60-613 "B" Average Award, 59-60, HR
Treas., 58-59, Sec., 59-603 Meritorious Citation With
Special Honors, 58-593 Perfect Attendance Award,
59-603 Letter Girls, 60-61
SHARIN COMEAUX-Cabinet, 59-603 GRA, 58-613
Heralds, 59'61, JCL, 58-61, Praetor, 60-613 Jr. Red
Cross, 59-603 French Club, 60-613 FNA, 58-593 HR
Lt. Gov., 60-613 SBC, 58-593 "B" Average Award,
JANICE GAYLE COOPER-GRA, 58-61, French
Club, 60-613 HR Sec., 6C-613 Hussars, 59-613 Spanish
SHIRLEY RAYE CORLEY-DE, 60-61
DONALD JAMES CORMIER
MILDA ANN COURVILLE-Glee Club, 59-61,
Spanish Club, 58-59
ROY RANDOLPH COWLING-Band, 58-593 DE,
60-61, Football, 58-59
CAROLE DARLENE COX-DE, 60-61, FNA,
58-595 JCL, 58-59
LINDA GAYLE COX-Band, sa-61, GRA, 58-59,
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CHARLES HUNTER CRAWFORD-Bowling Club,
60-61, Slide Rule Club, 59-60, Track, 59-61
SHARY J. CRAWFORD-Art Club, 60-61, FTA,
58-59, Heralds, 59-61, HR Sec., 58-59, Gov., 59-60
JOHN L. CROCHET JR.-Projector Club, 58-59
CHERIE D'ABADIE-Cabinet, 60-61, French Club,
58-61, FTA, 58-61, Treas., 58-59, Veep, 59-61, GRA,
58-59, Heralds, 60-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58-59, NHS,
60-61, SBC, 60-61, Ski Club, 58-61, Sec., 59-60, "B"
Average Award, 59-60, Meritorious Citation, 58-59
IDA NELL DAIGLE-FBLA, 60-61, FNA, 59-61,
GRA, 58-61, Hussars, 59-60, Repertoire Players,
58-61, Pres., 60-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58-59, HR Lt.
PATRICIA MARIE DANIEL-Cabinet, 60-61,
French Club, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, Letter Girl, 60-61,
HR SEC., Treas., 58-59, Lt. Gov., 60-61, Hussars,
59-61, Reporter, 60, Majorette, 60-61, Pilot Staff,
News Editor, 60-61, Yellow Jacket Staff, Faculty Ed-
MARY ANN DANIEL-Cabinet, 60-61, Bowling
Club, 60-61, FTA, 58-60, GRA, 58-60, JCL, 58-60
WILLIAM ALBERT DARNELL-Slide Rule, 60-61
ELDRIDGE EUGENE DAVIS, JR.-Cabinet, 59-61,
Parl., 60-61, French Club, 58-61, Pres., 60-61, Her-
alds, 60-61, HR Gov., 58-593 Ski Club, 58-61, Slide
Rule Club, 59-61, Football, 58-61, SBC, 59-60, "B"
Average Award, 59-60, Meritorious Citation, 58-593
NHS, 60-61, Outstanding French Club Member,
58-59, Outstanding HR Member, 59-60
ROBERT E. DEVILLIER-French Club, eo-61, ski
Club, 59-61, Veep., 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61
JANICE EVELYN DICKERSON-GRA, 58-eo, HR
Sec., 58-59, Treas., 59-60, Lt. Gov., 60-61, Repertoire
Players, 60-61, Bowling Club, 60-61
JEAN KAY DOMINGUE-Bowling Club, 58-61,
FBLA, 58-60, Treas., 58-59, Corresponding Sec.,
59-60, French Club, 58-59, GRA, 58-61, Cabinet,
60-61, HR Sec., 60-61, Letter Girls, 60-61, Repertoire
CORINA ROSA DOMINGUEZ-GRA, 58-61, Let-
ter Girls, 60-61, Spanish Club, 58-61, Tennis Club,
PATRICIA ANN DOYLE-FBLA, 58-59, GRA,
58-59, JCL, Veep, 60-61, Pilot Staff, 59-61, Feature
Editor, 59-60, Editor, 60-61, Pilot Sweetheart, 60-61,
"B" Average Award, 59-60, HR Sec., 58-59, Treas.,
Outstanding Member, 59-60, Maroon Exec. Comm.,
59-60, Cabinet, 60-61, Perfect Attendance, 58-59
JEANNINE CAROL DUBOIS-Bowling Club,
60-61, GRA, 58-61, Letter Girls, 60-61, Jr. Red
Cross, 59-61, Veep, 60-61, Heralds, 59-61, HR Lt.
Gov., 59-60, Maroon Exec. Comm., 59-60, SBC,
60-61, "B" Average Award, 58-59, GRA All-Star
LEONARD DUCKWORTH-Football, 58-61, Ski
Club, 60-61, Track, 58-59
RODNEY DUHON-Football, 58-59, Slide Rule,
60-61, "B" Average Award, 58-59
THOMAS JEFFERY DUMESNIL
HOWARD LAWRENCE DAVIS-DE, 60-61, Latin,
JAMES M. DAVIS-DE, 59-61
JANICE LYNN DAVIS-Bowling Club, 59-60,
FBLA, 58.59, GRA, 5s-61, HR Lf. Gov., 58-59, Jr.
Red Cross, 58-61, Reporter, 60-61, NHS, 60-61,
Slide Rule Club, 60-61, Spanish Club, 58-59, "B"
Average Award, 59-60, Gold Executive Comm.,
59-60, Ski Club, 59-60, Letter Girls, 60-61
CATHERINE DEAN-French Club, 59-61, FTA,
59-61, Historian, 60-61, Heralds, 59-613 GRA, 58-59,
HR Treas., 60-61, Repertoire Players, 59-61, Yellow
Jacket Staff, 60-61, FTA, Merited Member, 60, Out-
standing French Club Member, 60
CHERYL DECKARD-Art ciub, 59-61, Pres., eo-61,
HR Gov., 60-61, sBc, so-61
JIMMY N. DERISO-Bowling Club, 58-59, French
Club, 59-61, HR Lf. Gov., so-61.
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Waldorf is welcomed
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by Lamar Lawson and
Marie Benoit, Frances Proft, David Nutt,
and John Hawsey model typical hats on
the Darkest Days
Carl Carter greets Louis Gres, exchange
student from France, to Thomas jeffer-
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Sadie Hawkins Dance.
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reign as queen.
JUDY DARLENE FEARS-Bowling Club, 58-59'
FBLA, 58-59, French Club, 59-60, PTA, 58-593 om,
58-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58'59Q Spanish Club, 58-59
LINDA MERLE FERGUSON-Band, 58-61, Cabi-
net, 58-603 FTA, 58-61, Pres., 60-613 GRA, 58-613
Letter Girls, 60-613 HR Gov., 58-603 Jr. Red Cross,
60-61, "B" Average Award, 59-603 Band Award, All
Region Band, 59-603 FTA, Merited Member, 61,
Miss FTA, 58-613 Outstanding HR Member, 59-60
MARION CLIFTON FERGUSON
PAUL FITZNER-Football, 58-59
BETTY ANN DUPLANTIS-GRA, 58-60
PATRICIA ANN DUPONT-Bowling Club, 59-613
GRA, 58-61, FBLA, 60-613 Perfect Attendance, 59-60
DIANA DUPY-Cabinet, 59-613 FTA, 58-61, Sec.,
59-60, Veep, 60-61, State Delegate, Merited Member,
61, GRA, 58-593 Heralds, 60-613 HR Lt. Gov., 58-593
Hussars, 59-61, Hist., 603 JCL, 58-61, Pres., 60-61,
Outstanding Member, 613 NHS, 60-613 Pilot Staff,
59-60, Slide Rule Club, 60-613 Yellow Jacket Staff,
59-61, Copy Editor, 59-60, Co-Editor, 60-613 "B"
Average Award, 59-613 Meritorious Citation, 58-593
Outstanding Journalism Award, 59-60
JEWELL HOWARD EDGERLY-Spanish Club,
JUDITH RAE EMMONS-Bowling Club, 59-60,
GRA, 58-603 Letter Girls, Reporter, 60-613 SBC,
58-593 "B" Average Award, 59-60
BEVERLY JANICE ENGLISH-Art Club, 58-595
JCL, 58-59, Hussars, 59-613 NHS, 60-61, Slide Rule
Club, 60-613 "B" Average Award, 58-60
JOHNNIE RUTH ENGLISH-Bowling Club, 59-61,
PNA, 60-613 GRA, 58-593 Mixed Choir, 59-60
JOHN EDWIN ERICKSON-Basketball, 58-612
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MARGARITA FLORES-GRA, 58-61
EVELYN LUCILE FOGLEMAN-A Cappella Choir,
60-61, "B" Average Award, 59-60, Band, 58-61, Li-
brarian, 60-61, FTA, 58-61, Treas., 60-61, GRA,
58-61, JCL, 58-60, Jr. Red Cross, 59-60, HR Sec.,
60-61, FTA, Merited Member, 58-60, NHS, 60-613
JANICE GAYLE FOREMAN-Cabinet, 59-603
FBLA, 59-61, French Club, 58-61, GRA, 58-61,
Heralds, 58-61, HR Gov., 58-61, Outstanding HR
Member, 58-593 Hussars, 58-61, Repertoire Players,
60-61, "B" Average Award, 60-61, Bowling Club,
60-61, Ski Club, 59-60
KENNETH RAY FONTENOT
TOMMY GENE FEEMSTER
SANDRA R. GALLION-DE, 60-61, Jr. Red Cross,
58-59, Heralds, 58-59
EDWARD GARCIA-Pan-American Club, 59-61,
Chaplain, 60-61, Slide Rule, 60-61
SUE GARTIN-Band, 58-61, Majorette, 59-60, Head
Majorette, 60-61, JCL, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, Cabinet,
59-61, Sec., 59-60, NHS, 60-61, Letter Girls, 60-61,
Meritorious Citation, 58-59, HR Sec., Treas., 58-60,
SBC, Sec., 60-61
CLERPHE BARNABAS GASPARD-Football, 58-59
ROY GASPARD-Football, 57-583 DE, 60-61
JO ANNE GERACE-Biology Club, 58-593 JCL,
58-61, "B" Average Award, 59-60, Meritorious Ci-
tation, 58-59, NHS, Hist., 60-61
WILLIAM EVERETT GIBBONS, JR.-Cabinet,
58-59, Football, 58-59, HR Veep, 58-593 JCL, 58-593
Slide Rule Club, 59-61
GORDON RUSSELL GIBSON-Bowling Club,
60-61, Cabinet, 59-60, Jr. Red Cross, 60-61, Slide
Rule Club, 60-61, Spanish Club, 58-60
BILL WALTER GILBERT-A Cappella Choir,
60-61, "BU Average Award, 58-60, Cabinet, 58-593
HR Gov., 60-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58-59, JCL, 58-60,
siide Rule Club, 59-61
ELIZABETH ANN GIVENS-Band, 59-60, GRA,
59-60, HR Gov., 58-59, Lt. Gov., 59-60, Jr. Red
Cross, 59-60, SBC, 59-60, Spanish Club, 59-60
BARBARA ELLYN GLAZE-Bowling Club, 59-60,
Camera Club, 59-60, French Club, 60-61, FNA,
58-61, ski Club, 58-61, GRA, 58-61
ROSE ANN GLoR1oso-Bowling Club, 60-61,
PNA, 59-61, GRA, 59-60
Successful Food Drive Ushers
CHARLES RAY GOEDDRET, JR.-DE, 60-61
JANE ELLEN GOFF-Band, 58-61, Cabinet, 59-60,
FBLA, 58-60, GRA, 58-61, Pilot Staff, 60-61, Yel-
low Jacket Staff, 60-61
JUDITH ANN GOFF-Cabinet, 59-60, Chess Club,
Sec., 59-60, FNA, 58-61, Outstanding Soph. Member,
Pres., 60-61, Gov., Conference, Austin, 59-60, HR
Gov., 58-60, GRA, 59-60, JCL, 58-61, Sec., 59-60,
National Whitehouse Conference, Washington, D. C.,
59-60, Ski Club, 59-60, Pilot Staff, 60-61
RANDALL MARK GOLDBLUM-Cabinet, 59-60,
FDA, 60-61, Jr. Kiwanian, 59-60, NHS, Veep, 60-61,
Ski Club, 58-60, Slide Rule Club, 59-60, Meritorious
LUCIEN JOSEPH GONDRON-Cheerleader, 59-60,
EDWARD ANTHONY GOODELL
JOAN FRANCES GRAHAM-Bowling Club, 59-61,
FNA, 60-61, GRA, 58-61
PAUL CRAIG GRANT-Football, 58-59, FDA,
Veep, 60-61, SBC, 58-59, Slide Rule Club, 60-61,
DAVID LLOYD GRANTHAM
In Christmas Season
LYNDA ELEANOR GUIDRY-Bowling Club,
59-60, FNA, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, JCL, 58-60, Tennis
Club, 59-61, Hist., 59
KYLE HAINES-Football, 58-61, All District, 59-60,
All-State, Second Team, 60, Track, 58-61
EDITH ROSE HAMMOCK-Cabinet, 59-60, Cam-
era Club, 59-60, FDA, 60-61, FNA, 58-61, French
Club, 59-61, GRA, 58-61, Hussars, 59-60, Ski Club,
SHERRY Jo HAMMOCK-Camera Club, 58-60,
DE, 60-61, FBLA, 58-60, FNA, 58-59, GRA, 58-60,
Repertoire Players, 59-61, Tennis Club, 58-59
MICHAEL WAYNE HAMILTON-E0Otball, 58-593
HR Treas., 58-59, Lt. Gov. 59-60, Slide Rule Club,
JOHN WALTER HANSON-JCL, 59-61, -Slide Rule-
JEAN ETTE HATCHETT
JOHNNY HAWSEY-Bowling Club, 60-61, Foot-
ball, 59-61, Slide Rule Club, 59-60
CHARLES RAY HAZLETON-Basketball, 58-60,
Pilot Representative, 58-59
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JIMMIE DON GREEN-JCL, 58-60, Ski Club,
59-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61
MARY GREGORY-"B" Average Award, 59-60,
Cabinet, 59-60, FTA, 58-61, Pres., 60-61, Gold EX-
ecutive Comm., 59-60, HR Sec., 58-60, Hussars,
59-60, JCL, 58-60, NHS, 60-61, Meritorious Cita-
tion, 58-59, SBC, 59-60, 'Slide Rule Club, 59-60
LOUIS MARCEL H. GRES-Exchange Student from
France, Jeunesse Musicale de France, 50-60, Ameri-
can Field Service, 59-61, French Club, 60-61, Judo
Club, 57-59, HR Lt. Gov., 60-61, Hi-Y Club, 60-61',
ROY GUERRA JR.-Spanish Club, 59-61
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BEVERLY PEARL HEATH-Band, 58-61, Major-
ette, 60-61, All Region Band, 59-61, Jeffersonians,
60-613 "B" Average Award, 58-603 Bowling Club,
58-61, Outstanding Member, 58-603 GRA, 58-613
JCL, 58-603 Letter Girls, Pres., 60-613 Slide Rule
ANITA LYNNE HEBERT-DE, eo-61, PNA, 58-59,
DIXON JAMES HEBERT-Art Club, 58-59, Camera
Club, 60-613 Slide Rule Club, 59-60
MELBA HEBERT-FBLA, 59-eo, GRA, 59-eo, HR
Treas,, 60-613 Repertoire Players, 59-61, Sec., 60-613
Ski Club, 59-613 Yellow Jacket Staff, 59-61
NANCY MARIE HEBERT-GRA, 58-593 Pilot Staff,
WADE DAVID HEBERT-FBLA, 60-61
DOYLE WOODROW HESTER JR.
JOHN HARDIN HICKS III-Basketball, 59-603 "B"
Average Award, 59-603 FDA, 60-613 Football, Letter-
man, 60-613 Gold Executive Comm, 60-613 HR Gov.,
60-613 JCL, 58-593 NHS, 60-613 Prince, 613 Senior
Class Veep, 60-61
NEIL ADAM HIGGINBOTHAM-Band, 58-613
CLAUDETTE HILLIARD-"B" Average Award,
58-613 Cabinet, 58-593 Duchess, 59-603 FBLA, 59-613
French Club, 58-61, Parl., 59-60, Veep, 60-613 GRA,
58-613 Heralds, 58-613 HR Sec., 59-613 Hussars,
59-61g Majorette, 60-613 Parliamentarian Maroon
Convention, 59-6OQ Pilot Staff, Bus. Manager, 60-613
SBC, 58-593 Yellow Jacket Staff, Bus. Manager,
60-613 "B" Average Award 60-613 Bowling Club,
JOHNNY JAMES HINSON
LEDEL MARBUT HOLBROOK
DENNIS RAY HOLLANDER-"B" Average Award,
58-593 Bowling Club, 59-61, Treas., 60-613 FDA,
60-613 French Club, 59'61Q Heralds, 58-593 Jr- Red
Cross, 60-613 Perfect Attendance, 59-603 Slide Rule
Club, 59'6OQ Track, 58-61
JAMES EARL HOLLIER-DE, 59-61
JEANIE HOLLINGSWORTH-Cabinet, 58-613 Class
Sec., 58-59, Football Sweetheart, 60-61, French Club,
58-61, Outstanding Member, 59-60, Sec., 60-613 GRA,
58-613 Heralds, 59-61, Treas., 60-613 HR'Gov.,
59-60, Outstanding Member, 58'59Q Hussars, 59-61,
Hist., 59-60, Majorette, 60-613 Maroon Executive
Comm., 59-60, Parliamentarian Maroon Convention,
58-593 Princess, 61
DEEANA HUFF-Art Club, Veep, 60-613 Band,
58-593 Bowling Club, 59-603 Cabinet, 60-613 GRA,
53-613 HR GOV-, 58-59, SCC-, 59-603 Jr. Red Cross,
59'60, Repetoire Players, 59-61
MYRA JEAN HULL-Art Club, 59-613 "B" Aver-
age Award, 59-60, GRA, 59-61
GLENDA HUNT-FHA, 60-61
JOANN MARCELL HUNTER-Art Club, 60-613
FNA, 58-613 French Club, 58-593 GRA, 58-61, HR
Parliamentarian, 60-613 Hussars, 59-613 JCL, 59-603
Pilot Staff, 60-61
CARLO F. IENNA
DENNIS JAMES JACKSON
WILLIAM HENRY HOLTMAN-"B,' Average
Award, 58-593 Cabinet, 58-593 Duke, 58-59g FOOibHll,
58-603 Heralds, 58-593 HR Outstanding Member,
58-59, Gov., 59-613 JCL, 58-593 Jr, Class, Veep,
59-60, Jr, Kiwanian, 58-59, Mr. Typical Texan,
60-613 Prince, 60-613 Slide Rule Club, 59-61
HELEN LEE HOLZAPFEL-"B" Average Award,
58-603 FBLA, 60-613 FHA, 60-613 NHS, 60-613
Perfect Attendance, 59-60
DAY ROY HOOKS JR.-Baseball, 59-61, Letterman,
59-61, Basketball, 58-593 Boys' State, 603 Cabinet,
58-61, Citizen of the Month, 60-613 Duke, 58-595
Football, 58-61, Letterman, 59-613 French Club,
59-61, Treas., 60-613 Heralds, 60-613 HR Gov.,
Outstanding Member, 58-593 Jr. Class Pres., 59-603
Jr. Kiwanian, 58-593 SBC, 59-61, Track, 58-593
Yellow Jacket Staff, Baseball Editor, 60-61
THOMAS JAMES HORTON-Perfect Attendance,
AUBREY CHARLES HOWARD-Art Club, 60-613
JCL, 60-613 Track, 59-603 Baseball, 60-61
BARBARA GAY HUBERT-FNA, 58-61, Corre-
sponding Sec., 60-61, Outstanding Member, 60-613
ALICE ANNE HUDSON-Cabinet, 60-613 He-raids,
59-613 HR Gov., 58-59, Sec., Treas., 59-60, JCL,
58-603 Repertoire Players, 59-603 Ski Club, 59-60
MIKE HUEBEL-DE, 60-613 Football, 58-59
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JAMES WILLIAM JOHNSON-Football, 58-61,
All-District, 60-61, Honorable Mention All-State,
60-613 HR Tre-as., 58-593 JCL, 58-59, Jr. Lion, 60-61
KYLE WAYNE JOHNSON-"B" Average AWard,
58-593 Bowling Club, 60-613 Slide Rule Club, 59-61
XWILLIAM THOMAS JOHNSON
JOY LYNN JOHNSTONE-Art Club, 60-61, Bowl-
ing Club, 60-613 French Club, 58-593 Glee Club,
58-613 GRA, 58-59, HR Sec., 58-59
CAROLYN KAY JONES-GRA, 58-603 HR Sec.,
DON CARLTON JONES-DE, 60-61
LINDA ALICE JONES-Bowling Club, 59-603 Cabi-
net, 60-613 French Club, 58-613 FTA, 59-603 Gold
Executive Comm, Chairman, 59-603 HR Gov., 59-603
LINDA JEAN JONES-"B" Average Award, 59-603
DE, 59-613 GRA, 58-593 JCL, 58-59
LLOYD RONALD JONES
ELLIS LEON JACKSON
DONNA RENEE JAYROE-Band, 58-61, All Re-
gional, 59-613 "B" Average Award, 58'60, JCL,
59-613 Meritorious Citation, 58-593 NHS, 60-613 Ski
WILLIAM G. JENKINS-Biology Club, 58-595
Bowling Club, 59-61, Ve-ep, 60-61
LARRY RONALD JERNIGAN-French Club, 58-59,
HR Lt. Gov., 58-593 Meritorious Citation 59-603
Slide Rule Club, 59-60
BERT CONRAD JOHNSON-Band, 58-59
GLENN JOHNSON-Art Club, 58-613 "BH Average
Award, 59-603 French Club, 59-61, Sec,, 60-613 GRA,
58-603 Meritorious Citation, 58-593 Repertoire Players,
58-593 SBC, 58-593 Spanish Club, 58-593 Ski Club,
58-60, Parliamentarian, 59-60
SHARON ANN JONES-"B" Average Award
59-613 Cabinet, 58-60, FTA, 58-61, Merited Member,
59-61, State Delegate, 60, Gold Recording Sec.
59-60, GRA, 58-61, Heralds, 59-61, HR Gov., ouff
standing Member, 58-60, Hussars, 59-61, Drum Ser-
geant, 60-61, jr. Red Cross, 60-61, Letter Girls
oo-oi, Meritorious Citation, 58-59, NHS, oo-61, Rei
pertoire Players, 58-59, Slide Rule Club, 60-61
GENIVA JOUBERT-Bowling Club, 59-61, FNA,
59-61, GRA, 58-59, HR Lt. Gov., 60-61
CLAIRE LOUISE JUDICE-A Cappella Choir,
60-61, "B" Average Award, 59-60, French Club,
60-61, Gloo Club, 59-oo
PAUL ANTHONY JUDICE-HR Lt. Gov., 59-60
RICHARD A. JUDICE-DE, oo-61
EDWARD LEE JUNGEN-Art Club, 60-61, Camera
Club, 60-61, Track, 58-59
Award Won b Seniors
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EDWIN ALBERT JURISCHK-Camera Club, 59-61,
Rifle Club, 59-60, Slide Rule Club, 58-61
DAVID W. KAY-Bowling Club, 59-61, Camera
Club, 58-60, Pres., 60-61, Rifle Club, 58-60, Yellow
jacket Photographer, 60-61
MIKEL ANNE KELLY-Glee Club, 60-61
JUDITH JOAN KENDRICK-GRA, 58-59
SANDRA LUCILE KERR-Art Club, 58-61, PA
School Art Contest Award, 58-60, Outstanding
Achievement, 59-60, Gold Pin and Certificates in
National Scholastic Regional Art Show, Houston,
58-60, "B" Average Award, 58-59,oCamera Club,
59-60, Chess Club, 60-61, DE, 60-61, NHS, 60-61,
Repetoire Players, 59-61
JAMES LESLIE KESMAN
JAMES A. KILGORE-"B" Average Award, 58-603
Commendation from Merit Scholarship Qualifying
Test, 60-61, Perfect Attendance Award, 59-60, Slide
Rule Club, 59-60
CHARLES KILLINGSWORTH - "B" Average
Award, 58-61, FBLA, 60-61, Football, 58-61, Letter-
man, 60-61, French Club, 59-60, HR Gov., 60-61,
Lt. Gov., 59-60, NHS, 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 58-61,
Spanish Club, 59-61
JAMES KINCAID-French Club, 58-59
Bo-Peep Patrick begs for assistance from fellow
Texas Day Committee members, Lamar Law-
son, Mary Catherine Baggesse, Matt Coffman,
joe Landry, and Peggy Breaux.
Texas Day 1961 ushered in new activi-
ties. Peggy Breaux and Bill Holtman
reigned from dawn to dusk as Mr. and
Miss Typical Texan. The day was spir-
ited by the Texas Day play, "This Is
Texas P" The barbecue and dance ended
a long remembered day.
Barbecue and Dance Add Zest
Slide rule houses hats of Russell Richard, Kyle Johnson and Neil
MTW s l ss s
Anne Boote and Regan Knight push open the doors
to an evening of fun.
Good food and dancing were
enjoyed by everyone at the
Texas Day barbecue and dance.
Looting the lockers are Carrie Weeks, Judy Van
Slyde, Janice Davis, and Glenda Hunt.
Playwrights of "This Is Texas?" as seen in natural surroundings of Mrs.
Bjerring's third period English class.
LAMAR EUGENE LAWSON-Basketball, 58-595
Duke, 58-59, Football, 58-61, Letterman, 59-61, Gen-
tleman-in-Waiting, 60-61, HR Gov., 58-59, Sec.
so-61, JCL, 58-61, Meritorious citation, 58-59, SBCZ
59-60, Sr. Class Pres., 60-61, Soph. Class Pres.,
58-59, Track, 58-59
JAMES RAYMOND LAWRENCE-DE, 59-61, JCL,
MARIAN LEAVINS-GRA, 58-60, Mixed Choir,
GLENN LAWRENCE LEBLANC-French Club,
JULIETTE LEBLANC-"B" Average Award, 59-60,
FTA, 59-61, Merited Member, 59-60, GRA, 58-61,
HR Treas., 58-59, Parliamentarian, 59-60, JCL, 58-61,
Meritorious Citation, 58-59, NHS, 60-61, Slide Rule
WELDON JOSEPH LEBLANC-Slide Rule Club,
PATSY REBA KING-GRA, 58-60, Repertoire
FRANCES KINNAIRD-DE, 60-61
CHARLES BYRON KIRKENDALL JR.-Basketball,
59-60, "B" Average Award, 59-61, Meritorious Cita-
tion, 58-59, NHS, 60-61, Ski Club, 59-61, Slide Rule
MARY ELLEN KLEBBA-Band, 58-59, Cabinet,
58-595 FTA, 58-61, Chaplain, 58-59, Merited Mem-
ber, 59-60, Veep, 60-61, Future Club Woman, 60-61,
Girls State, 60, Gold Executive Comm., 59-60, GRA,
58-61, Heralds, 60-61, HR Treas., 59-60, Outstand-
ing Member, 58-59, Hussars, 59-61, Asst. Inst. Quar-
termaster, 59-60, Veep, 60-61, JCL, 58-59, Perfect
Attendance Award, 58-59, SBC, 58-59, Correspond-
ing Sec., 60-61, Tennis Club, 60-61, Sec., Treas.,
REAGAN KNIGHT-Perfect Attendance, 59-60,
JOSEPH PETE LANDRY-Football, Letterman,
59-61, HR Gov., 59-61, Projectors Club, 58-61,
Slide Rule Club, 60-61
HUEY JAMES LATIOLAIS
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Cheerleader, 59-60, HR Gov., 58-59, Rifle Club
58-59, SBC, 58-593 Slide Rule Club, 60-61
LINDA MARIE LEBOUEF-DE, 59-61, Treas.
NANCY LOUISE LEDOUX-FNA, 59-60, GRA,
58-61, Tennis Club, Pres., 59-60
RICHARD LEE LEGATE-Football, 58-61, All-Dis-
trict, First Team, 61, All-District, A8cM First Team,
61, Honorable Mention High School All American,
61, Letterman, 59-61, Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
BONNIE RUTH LELEUX-GRA, 58-61
THOMAS L. LETULLE-DE, 58-61
LIZBETH ANNE LOFTON-"B" Average Award,
59-60, Cabinet, 60-61, French Club, 59-61, GRA,
59-61, Heralds, 60-61, Hussars, 59-61, Drum Major,
60-61, NHS, 60.61, SBC, ss-59
WILLIAM OSEPH LA UEY-Art Club 60-61'
MARY LONA-Spanish Club, 59-61
JOHNNY LOPEZ-Football, 58-59, Spanish Club,
558-59, Sgt. at Arms, 59-60, Pres., 60-61, Meritorious
RUDOLPH LOPEZ-Bowling Club, 60-61, Spanish
OSCAR DENNIS LOTT-JCI., 58-60, Slide Rule
DIANE LOUKAS-A Cappella Choir, 59-61, Li-
brarian, "B" Average Award, 58-59, Bowling Club,
59-61, FBLA, Treas., 60-61, FTA, 58-59, GRA,
58-61, Heralds, 60-61, HR Sec., 60-61, Hussars,
59-61, JCL, 58-59, Letter Girls, 60-61, Yellow jacket
PATRICIA MCCUE-FNA, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, JCL,
58-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61
JOHN ROBERT MCCURLEY JR.-Baseball, 58-61,
Letterman, 59-61, Basketball, 58-61, Letterman, 59-61,
"B" Average Award, 58-59, Football, 58-60, Letter-
man, 59-61, HR Gov., 60-61
MARY LEE MCDANIEL
BETTY MCDONALD-"B" Average Award, 58-61,
FNA, 58-60, JCL, 58-61, Treas., 59-60
CAROL JEAN MCMAHON-Band, 58-61, French
Club, 58-60,, GRA 58-59
KENNETH W. McELWEE
CHARLES W. MCFATTER-Band, 58-61, Pres.,
60-61, Camera Club, 59-60, Citizen of the Month,
60, Duke, 58-59, FDA, Pres., 60-61, JCL, 58-61,
Junior Rotarian, 58, Meritorious Citation with Special
Honors, 58-59, Meritorious Citation, 59-60, NHS,
60-61, Pres. Soph. Class, 58-59, Pres. Jr. Class,
59-60, SBC, 58-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61, Winner
5250 Optimist Club ,Scholarship
MICHAEL PHILLIP MCGREW-Art Club, 60-61
SARAH ANN LOWTHER-Band, 58-61, Bowling
Club, 59-61, Cabinet, 58-60, GRA, 58-61, JCL,
58-61, Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
VIRGINIA LOZANO-FBLA, 60-61, Spanish Club,
RAYMOND N. LUDWIG, JR.-Band, 58-61, Jef-
fersonians, 60-61, "B" Average Award, .59-60, Cabi-
net, 60-61, FDA, 60-61, Heralds, 59-61, HR Out-
standing Member, 58-59, Lt. Gov., 59-60, JCL, 58-60,
Jr. Red Cross, 59-60, Meritorious Citation With
Special Honors, 58-59, NHS, 60-61, SBC, 58-599
Slide Rule Club, 60-61
PEGGY LOU MCBETH-"A" Average Award,
59-60, Cabinet, 58-60, Corresponding Sec, 60-61,
FTA, 58-61, Pres., 59-60, Miss FTA, 60, State Dele-
gate, 60, Outstanding Future Teacher, 60, Future
Club Woman, 60, GRA, 58-59, Heralds, 59-61, Pres.,
60-61, HR Gov., 58-59, Lt. Gov., 59-61, I-Iussars,
59-61, Chaplain, 59-60, Outstanding, 60, JCL, 58-60,
Sec,, 59-60, Meritorious Citation with Special Honors,
58-59, NHS, 60-61, Repertoire Players, 58-59, SBC,
60-61, Speaking Sec. Maroon Convention, 61, Citizen
of the Month, 61, Outstanding Congressman, 61
KAY HOWSLEY McCONATHY-FNA, 59-61,
GRA, 58-61, JCL, 58-61, Mixed Choir, 59-61, Re-
pertoire Players, 58-61
LARRY MCCRARY-Art Club, 58-59, Bowling Club,
60-61, Camera Club, 59-60, HR Lt. Gov., 59-60,
Rifle Club, 59-60
Project Talent Gives
DAVID ANTHONY MCQUEEN
CYNTHIA MACHALEK-Art Club, 60-61, FNA,
58-60, GRA, 58-61, HR Treas., 58-60, Repertoire
Players, 58-59, Ski Club, 58-59, Spanish Club, 58-59,
Yellow jacket Staff, -59-60
GROVER A. MACKENROTH JR.-FBLA, eo-61
BRUCE CARROI.. MAHAFFEY-HR Gov., 60-61,
jr. Red Cross, 58-595 Rifle Club, 58-59, Slide Rule
CECIL DEAN MALLET-DE, 59-61
JOE KING MALONE
Hints to Future Vocations
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SANDRA MARSH-FNA, 58-61, Corresponding
Sec., 59-60, Sec., 60-61, GRA, 58-61, HR Treas.,
59-60, Mixed Choir, 59-60, Pilot Staff, Asst. Busi-
ness Manager, 60-61, Yellow jacket Staff, Editor of
Future Club, 60-61
SUSAN MAE MARSH-"B" Average Award, 60-61'
Band, 58-61, Color Guard, 60-61, jeffersonians
59-61, Bowling Club, 59-61, Cabinet, 58-61, FTA,
59-61, Parl., 60-61, GRA, 58-595 Yellow Jacket Staff,
ERLINDA MARTINEZ-GRA, 58-61, Spanish Club
58-61, Reporter, 60-61
LUPE MARTINEZ-FNA, 59-61,. GRA, 58-61,
Spanish Club, 58-61
EVA JEAN MASON-DE, 60-61
PATRICIA ANNE MATHROLE-A Cappella choir,
eo-61, FBLA, eo-61
LOUIS P. MAY-French Club, 58-59
WILLIAM MAY-HR Treas., 58-59, Gov., 59-60
JAMES ALTON MAYBERRY
ROBERT ALLEN MILLS-DE, 58-61
BYRON LOUIS MILNER-Basketball, 58-613 HB"
Average Award, 58-593 Cabinet, 58-593 FDA, 60-613
Golf Team, 58-603 HR Outstanding Member, 58-603
JCL, 58-60g Jr. Red Cross, 59-603 SBC, 59-603 Slide
Rule Club, 60-61
JOHN MINER-Golf Team, 59-61, HR Treas.,
58-59, Lt. Gov., 60-613 JCL, 58-593 Slide Rule Club,
BARBARA ANN MIRE-GRA, 58-61
FRANCES ELAINE MOAK-FBLA, 60-613 GRA,
58-603 HR Lt. Gov., 58-593 Jr. Red Cross, 58-61
ANN LOUISE MOCK-Band, 58-61, All-Regional,
58-593 "B" Average Award, 58-613 FTA, 58-61,
Merited Member, 59-603 GRA, 58-61, NHS, 60-613
Perfect Attendance, 58-61
MAUREEN MAYEA-FBLA, 60-613 FHA, 60-613
GRA, 58-59 -
JAMES M. MAXFIELD-Football, 58-613 All-Dis-
trict, 60-613 Spanish Club, 58-593 Track, 59-603 Yel-
low Jacket Staff, 60-613 Jr. Rotarian, 61
ROBERT MENCHACA, JR.-Football, 58-59
GERVIS EDWARD MIDGETTE-JCL, ss-eo, Slide
Rule Club, 59-613 Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
CAROL JEAN MIGUEZ-Art Club, 60-613 Bowling
Club, 59-61, Camera Club, 60-613 GRA, 58-613 Re-
pertoire Players, 60-613 Ski Club, 58-593 Yellow
Jacke.t Staff, 60-61
GRADY MILLER JR.-Football, 58-593 Pilot- Staff,
60-613 Projectors Club, 59-61, Pres., 60-613 Track,
IVAN C. MILLER-A Cappella Choir, 58-61
MARY KAY MILLER-FHA, 58-593 GRA, 58-603
HR Sec., 59-60, Lt. Gov., 60-61
OLLIE F, MILLER-"B" Average Award, 58-59
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SHERI DIANE MONTAGNE-DE, so-61, ski Club,
EREDRICK N. MONTANA-Football, 58-593 span-
ish Club, 58-59
JANIS GAIL MOON-"B" Average Award, 58-61,
Cabinet, 58-61, Duchess, 59-60, FBLA, 58-61, GRA,
58-61, Heralds, 59-61, Outstanding, 60, HR Lt,
Gov., 58-59, Outstanding Member, 59-60, Hussars,
59-61, Chaplain, 59-61, Veep, 60-61, Maroon Exec.
Comm., 58-60, Sec., 59-60, Recording Sec., -60-61,
SHARON KAY MORGAN-Cabinet, 58-59, DE,
Reporter, 60-61, FBLA, 58-59, French Club, 58-59,
GRA, 58-59, Heralds, 58-59
CAROL MORITZ-"B" Average Award, 59-61,
GRA, 58-61, Heralds, 59-61, HR Lt. Gov., 58-59,
Sec., 59-60, Treas., 60-61, Hussars, 59-61, JCL,
58-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58-59, Meritorious Citation,
58-593 NHS, 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61
MERRILL JANELL MOSS-"B" Average Award,
58-60, FNA, 60-61, GRA, 58-61, Heralds, 60-61,
HR Gov., 58-59, Sec., 60-61, Hussars, 59-61, Ideal
Hussar, 61, JCL, 58-59, Jr. Red Cross, 58-60, Letter
Girls, 60-61, NHS, 60-61, Perfect Attendance, 58-593
Slide Rule Club, 60-61
JAMES COPLAND MOYER-American Mathematics
Association Award, 59-60, Band, 58-61, NHS, 60-61,
National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, 59-60
LARRY W. MUNLIN-Art Club, 60-61, Bowling
Club, 59-61, Camera Club, 59-60, DE, 59-60, Rifle
JERRY CARL MYERS-Bowling Club, 59-60, DE,
59-61, JCL, 58-60, Slide Rule Club, eo-61
Seniors' Free Time
MARIE ELODIE NACOL-Art Club, 60-61, Camera
Club, 60-61, FBLA, 60-61, French Club, 59-60,
JAMES ALFRED NORMENT IR.-Bowling Club,
59-61, Football, 58-59
GERALD LYNN NUNEZ-Bowling Club, 60-61
SANDRA ANN NUNEZ-Band, 58-61, Veep, 60-61'
jeffersonians, 60-61, French Club, 59-61, GRA
58-61, HR Sec., 58-61, Pilot Staff, 60-61, SBC
59-60, Yellow jacket Staff, 60-61
GAYNELL NUSOM-Band, 59-61, FBLA, 60-61,
FTA, 58-59, GRA, 58-59, HR Treas., 58-59, Reper-
toire Players, 58-59, Spanish Club, 58-59
DAVID NUTT-Basketball, 58-61, All-District, 59-
61, Letterman, 59-61, Duke, 59-60, Grand Dulce,
60-61, HR Treas., 58-60, Spanish Club, 59-60
VIRGINIA LEE OAKLEY-"BU Average Award,
59-60, Cabinet, 59-60, French Club, 58-61, GRA,
58-61, Heralds, 59-61, HR Sec., 58-59, Outstanding
Member, 59-60, Sec., Treas., 60-61, Hussars, 59-61,
Instrument Quartermaster, 59-60, Mixed Choir, Pres.,
60-61, SBC, Outstanding Congressman Award, 59-60
EDWARD OROZCO, JR.-Art Club, 58-59, Bowling
JOHN JOSEPH OTERI III--Baseball, 58-61, All-
District, 59-60, Letterman, 58-61, Bowling Club,
59-eo, spanish Club, 59-60
CHARLOTTE ANN OWENS-FBLA, 60-61, PTA,
58-59, GRA, 58-61, Mixed Choir, 60-61, Repertoire
Players, 58-59, Spanish Club, 58-59
LINDA RUTH OWINGS-Art Club, 60-61
ing Club, 60-61, Camera Club, 60-61, FNA
GRA, 58-61, HR Treas., 60-61, Jr. Red Cross
Repertoire Players, 58-61, Yellow Jacket Staff
Ski Club, 59-60
NELDA JEAN PACE-Cabinet, 60-61, FBLA,
FTA, 58-59, GRA, 58-61, HR sec., 58-60, Hussars,
Measurement for Caps and Gowns
ELIZABETH ANN PARDUE-FNA, 58-61, Hist.,
Parl., 59-60, GRA, 58-61
LINDA FAY PARENT-Band, 58-61, Color Guard,
60-61, All-Region Band, 58-60, FHA, 58-59, French
Club, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, Repertoire Players, 59-61
LIONEL RAY PARENT-Baseball, 59-61, French
Club, 58-61, Parl., 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61
MONTY LYNN PASTORICK
BO-PEEP PATRICK-"B" Average Award, 58-60,
Cabinet, 59-60, Duchess, 59-60, FBLA, 58-59, GRA,
58-61, Hussars, 59-61, Majorette, 60-61, Mixed Choir,
Veep, 60-61, SBC, 60-61, Queen, 60-61, SBC'
JAMES PAYNE-"B" Average Award, 59-61, Bowl-
ing Club, 59-603 Chess Club, 59-60, FDA, 60-61,
HR Gov., 59-60, Meritorious Citation, 58-59,- NHS,
60-61, Slide Rule Club, 58-59
EMMA RosE PECORINO-Bowling Club, 59-eo
FTA, 60-61, GRA, 5a-59
WILLIAM PITRE, JR.-Slide Rule Club, eo-61
Turn Thoughts to Graduation
MELVIN JAMES QUEBEDEAUX-Projectors Club,
ELLIOT PAUL QUICK, JR.-Ski Club, 59-61, Slide
Rule Club, 60-61
MARY HELEN RAMIREZ-"BU Average Award,
59-60, GRA, 58-61, Ski Club, 59-60, Spanish Club,
WILLIAM HARVEY REEVES-Football 58-61, All-
District, 59-61, All-State Honorable Mention, 60-61,
Letterman, 59-61, Most Popular Boy, 60-61, Yellow
Jacket Staff, Sports Editor, 60-61
HAROLD JAMES RICHARD-F1'enCh Club, 58-60,
HR GOV-, 59-60, Jr. Kiwanian, 59-60, Meritorious
Citation, 58-59, Slide Rule Club, 59-61
RUSSELL JAMES RICHARD-Duke, 59-60, JCL,
58-59, Projectors Club, 58-60, Slide Rule Club, 59-61
MELINDA LOU RICHARDS-Art Club, 60-61,
Bowling Club, 60-61, Cabinet, 58-59, FBLA, 58-59,
FTA, 58-59, GRA, 58-61, JCL, 58-60
TIM C. RICHERSON-HR Lt. Gov., 60-61, JCL,
59-60, Jr. Red Cross, 60-61, Repertoire Players,
60-61, Slide Rule Club, 59-60, Spanish Club, 58-59
ERLEEN PORTER-A Cappella Choir, 60-61, Li-
brarian, 60-61, Art Club, 58-59, "B" Average Award,
59-60, FBLA, 58-61, Outstanding Member, 58-59,
Pres., 59-60, FHA, 58-59, GRA, 58-60, HR Sec.,
58-59, Hussars, 58-61, Parliamentarian, 60-61, Mer-
itorious Citation, With Special Honors, 58-59, NHS,
60-61, Pilot Staff, 59-60, SBC, 60-61, Bulletin Scribe,
60-61, Yellow Jacket Staff, 59-61, Co-Editor, 60-61,
Journalism Honor Award, 59-60, Sextet Accompanist,
ALICE LOUISE POWERS-Cabinet, 59-60, FTA,
58-59, GRA, 58-60, HR Lt. Gov., Gov., 58-59
JOHNIE PRICE-"B" Average Award, 59-60, Cabi-
net, 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 59-61
MICKA CHARLES PRIMEAUX-Baseball, 60-61,
Bowling Club, 59-60, Chess Club, 59-61, French
Club, 58-60, HR Treas., 58-59, Slide Rule Club,
60-61, Ski Club, 59-61, "B" Average, 60-61
FRANCES KATHRINE PROFT-A Cappella Choir,
Reporter, 59-61, All-State Chorus, 60, Outstanding
Member, 59-60, Girls' Sextet, 59-61, "B" Average
Award, 59-60, FTA, 58-61, Parliainentarian, 58-59,
Pres,, 59-60, Heralds, 59-61, HR Gov., 58-59, Sec.,
59-60, JCL, 58-61, Outstanding Member, 58-59, Sec.,
59-60, Meritorious Citation, with Special Honors,
58-59, NHS, 60-61
Ivy-leaguers Invade T. J.
Circle Pins Circle Campus
I-hgh Top Socks H1t H1gh School
Charms and Bows
Mr. and Miss Typical Texan
Mr. and Miss Typical Texan represent the spirit of the 1961 class. Each homeroom with 100 per cent annual sub
scription nominated typical seniors. Bill Holtman and Peggy Breaux were chosen by the class for this honor.
SUSAN RIEGNER-FNA, 58'6lQ JCL, 59-61, Treas.,
60-613 Spanish Club, 58-59g Hussars, 59-61, Sec.,
LINDA FRANCES RILEY-"B" Average Award,
59-603 French Club, 58-613 FTA, 5861, Outstand-
ing Member, 58-59, I-Iist,, 58-59, State Delegate,
59-60, Pres., 60-613 HR Gov., 58-59, Lt. Gov,, 59-60,
Treas., 60-613 Hussars, 59-61, Meritorious Citation,
With Special Honors, 58-593 NHS, Treas., 60-61
GARLAND JAMES RODDY-Basketball, 58-613
DIANA ROGERS-Bowling Club, 58-593 Cabinet,
58-593 FBLA, 60-613 GRA, 58-613 HR Lt. Gov.,
58-59, Sec., 60-613 Jr. Red Cross, 58-59g Repertoire
Players, 60-613 SBC, 59-60
LINDA JEAN ROGERS-Art Club, Pres., 58-593
Cabinet, 58-593 HR Treas., 59-603 Hussars, 59-60
WALTER VAN ROLL-Bowling Club, 59-603 Cab-
inet 59-603 Camera Club 60-613 Football, 58-59,
HR Gov., 60-613 Slide Rule Club, 59-603 Ski Club,
CAROLYN ROMERO-FNA, 58-61, French Club,
60-613 GRA, 58-613 HR Treas., 58-593 Letter Girls,
60-613 Slide Rule Club, 60-613 Tennis Club, 59-61
WILLIAM ARTHUR ROUSSEL III-JCL, 58-593
NHS, 60-613 Slide Rule Club, 59-61
PATRICIA ANN ROY-A Cappella Choir, 60-613
FTA, 58-593 GRA, 58-613 HR Treas., 60-613 JCL,
58-61, Sec., 59-60, Treas. 60-613 Letter Girls, 60-613
Repertoire Players, 60-61
Twirp Week Keeps Girls on Their Toes
LYDIA O. RUIZ4-FNA, 58-61, Chaplain, 60-6
GRA, 58-595 JCL, 60-613 Spanish Club, 58-60
JOHN THOMAS RUSSELL-Rifle Club, 58-59L Ski
KJATHRYN ROSE RUSSELL-French Club, 59-603
Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
MICHAEL EMMET RYAN-Drama Club, 60-613
Glee Club, 58-603 Latin Club, 59-603 Slide Rule
Club, 60-613 Spanish Club, 59-60
GLENN SALEM-Bowling Club, 60-613 Spanish
Club, 58-593 Track, 58-59 ,
JACK SANDOVAL-"B" Average Award, 58-593
Bowling Club, 59-613 Prince, 60-613 Slide Rule Club,
58-593 Spanish Club, 58-59
CHARLYN ANN SAULSBERRY-A Cappella
Choir, 60-61, Bowling Club, 59-60, Cabinet, 60-61,
Cheerleader, 60-61, French Club, 58-61, GRA, 58-61,
Princess, 60-61, Repertoire Players, 58-59, SBC,
VICTOR MANUAL SCALCO
SANDRA ANN SCHEXNAYDER-Bowling Club,
59-60, Cabinet, 59-60, GRA, 58-61, Outstanding
Award, 58-59, Letter Girls, Sec., Treas,, 60-61, Per-
fect Attendance Award, 58-59
CAROLYN JEAN SCHKADE-"B" Average Award,
58-59, FBLA, 58-61, French Club, 59-60, FTA
58-61, Treas., Merited Member, 60-61, GRA, 58-61'
Heralds, 59-61, HR Lt. Gov., 58-59, Sec., 59-60,
Treas., 60-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58-61, NHS, 60-61, Per-
fect Attendance, 58-59, Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
SHARON SUE SCOTT-Art Club, 60-61, "B" Av-
erage Award, 60-61, Bowling Club, 59-61, Cabinet,
60-61, GRA, 60-61, Heralds, 60-61, HR Lt. Gov.,
58-59, Gov., 59-60, Hussars, 59-61, JCL, 58-59
GERALD RAY SCROGGS
MORGAN LLOYD SCHROEDER-Football, 58-599
HR Treas., 60-61, Track, 58-59
ELBERT EUGENE SHEPPARD-Art Club, 60-61,
Bowling Club, 60-61
and Gives Boys a Holida
ROBERT ONEAL SHEPARD-"B" Average Award
58-59, Football, 58-59
JERRY ANN SHERMAN-DE, 60-61, FNA, 58-59
GRA, 58-60, JCL, 58-60
BOBBY HUGH SHERXVOOD--DE, 59-61, Pres.,
CELIA SHERWOOD-Bowling Club, 59-60, GRA,
59-60, HR Lt. Gov., 59-60, JCL, 59-60, Jr. Red Cross
JUDITH FAYE SHINN-A Cappella Choir, 59-61,
Veep, 60-61, Band 58-61, Reporter, 60-61, "B"
Average Award, 59-60, Bowling Club, 59-61, FNA,
58-61, GRA, 58-61, Heralds, 59-61, HR Sec., 58-61
Outstanding Member, 59-60, Letter Girls, 59-61,
Meritorious Citation, 58-59, NHS, Sec., 60-61,
Spanish Club, 58-60
JOSEPH SIGLER 59
MITCHELL NEIL SIRMAN JR.-Band, 58-61
CAROL ADELE SMITH-Band, 58-61, "BU Average
Award, 60-61, FTA, 58-61, Treas., Merited Member,
59-60, Sec., 60-61, Heralds, 59-61, JCL, 58-60, Jr.
Red Cross, 58-61, Meritorious Citation with Special
Honors, 59-60, NHS, 60-61
JANE ANN SMITH-A Cappella Choir, 60-61, "B"
Average Award, 59-60, Band, 58-61, Treas,, All-
Region, 59-61, FTA, 58-60, GRA, 58-60, Heralds,
59-61, HR Parl., 58-59g JCL, 59-61, Letter Girls,
Parl., 60-61, Meritorious Citation, 59-60, NHS, 60-61,
KAREN ANN SMITH--Art Club, 58-59, Cabinet
58-59, FNA, 58-59, GRA, 58-61, Heralds, 59-61,
HR Sec., 60-61, JCL, 58-60, Jr. Red Cross, 59-60,
Ski Club, 58-61
LECRETIA SMITH-"B" Average Award, 59-60,
FBLA, Hist., 60-61, GRA, 58-61, HR Treas., 58-59,
Hussars, 59-61, JCL, 58-61, Meritorious Citation,
OLIVE RUTH SMITH-Cabinet, 59-60, FBLA,
60-61, GRA, 58-61, NHS, 60-61
Invitations for Commencement
ROBERT WALTER SMITH-Art Club, 60-61,
Camera Club, 60-61
SANDRA SUE SMITH-Band, 58-61, Hist., 59-60,
All-Girl State Band, 59-61, Jeffersonians, 59-61,
"B" Average Award, 58-60, Bowling Club, 58-61,
Outstanding, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, Heralds, 59-61,
JCL, 58-61, NHS, 60-61, Pilot Staff, 60-61, Scholar-
ship Optimist Club, 60
CHARLES DAVID SMITHERMAN-Bowling Club,
KARLENE SNOEK-Art Club, 60-61, "B" Average
Award, 59-60, Bowling Club, 59-60, Cabinet, 60-61,
GRA, 58-59, HR Sec., 59-60, Hussars, 59-61, Uniform
Quartermaster, 59-60, JCL, 58-59, NHS, 60-61
IRENE SOLIZ-FBLA, 60-61, GRA, 59-61, Hus-
sars, 59-61, Spanish Club 59-61, Treas., 60-61
JOHN WAYNE SONNIER-Basketball, 58-61, Let-
terman, 59-61, Football, 58-61, Letterman, 59-61
BENNY SORGEE-Bowling Club, 59-60, Football
Letterman, 60-61, French Club, 59-61, Rifle Club,
59-60, Speaking Sec., Gold Convention, 60-61
LYNN P. STANSBURY-DE, 59-61
MIKE W. STEPHENS-DE, 59-61
rdered by Seniors
KIRK FOREST STRICKLAND-Football, 58-593
MARY ETTA STYLES-GRA, 58-59
JOHN DEE SURRITT
LEROY JOSEPH TATE JR.--Bowling Club, 59-eo,
MORRIS TATE JR.
MARY JANE TEMPLETON-A Cappella Choir,
60-61, Meritorious Citation, 58-60, NHS, 60-61,
Repertoire Players, 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 59-60,
Spanish Club, 59-61
MARY BETH TENNANT-Band, 58-61, Bowling
Club, 58-60, FNA, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, HR Treas.,
58-59, Lt. Gov., 59-60, Repertoire Players, 58-61,
Ski Club, 58-60, Spanish Club, 58-61, Tennis Club,
GLYNN STILWELL JR.-Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
CAROLYN STOKES-"BH Average Award, 59-60,
Cabinet, 58-61, PNA, 58-60, GRA, 58-61, Heralds,
58-60, HR Gov., 58-59, Sec., 60-61, Hussars, 59-61,
JCL, 58-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58-593 Meritorious Cita-
tion, 58-59, NHS, 60-61, Ski Club, 58-595 Slide Rule
JASPER ROBERTS STONE JR.-Rifle Club, 59-60,
Slide Rule Club, 59-61
RUSSELL STOUT-Cabinet, 59-60, Court, 59-60,
Football, 58-61, Letterman, 59-61, All-District,
60-61, HR Gov., 59-60, JCL, 58-59, King, 61, SBC,
58-59, Slide Rule Club, 60-61, Veep, SBC, ,60-61
FRANK JAMES STRAUB-Cabinet, 58-593 HR
Gov., 60-61, JCL, 58-61, Slide Rule Club, 59-61
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DONALD H. TETREAULT-Bowling Club, 59-60,
Football, 58-61, Letterman, 60-61
SUE FRANCES TERRELL-A Cappella Choir, 59-61,
FNA, '58-61, Treas., 60-61, GRA, 58-61, HR Sec.,
KAY LOUISE THAMES-"B" Average Award,
59-60, Cabinet, 60-61, FLA, 60-61, GRA, 58-60, HR
Gov., 59-60, Outstanding, 58-59, Hussars, 59-61,
Reporter, 60, JCL, 59-61, Maroon Executive Comm.,
59-60, NHS, 60-61,iRepertoire Players, 58-60, SBC,
58-59, Spanish Club, 58-59
DARRELL JAMES' TI-IIBODEAUX--Art Club,
60-61, Bowling Club, 59-60, Camera Club, 59-60,
VELMA JEAN THIBODEAUX-Bowling Club,
59-61, FBLA, 58-61, GRA, 58-61, Letter Girls,
GLEN ALLEN THOMPSON-Perfect Attendance
LINDA JEAN TOMLIN-"B" Average Award,
59-60, Bowling Club, 58-59, Cabinet, 58-61, Duch-
ess, 58-59, FBLA, 58-61, French Club, 58-61, Future
Clubwoman, 60, GRA, 58-61, Grand Duchess, 61,
Heralds, 59-61, HR Sec., Outstanding Member, 59-60,
Hussars, 58-61, Head Majorette, 60-61, NHS, 60-61,
Repertoire Players, 59-61, Yellow Jacket Staff, Activi-
ties Editor, 60-61.
MARGARET TORBERT-DE, 60-61, FHA, 58-593
FNA, 58-59, GRA, 58-59, Yellow Jacket Staff, 58-59
Royalty Reigns Over
SABRA ARDIS TRAHAN-FBLA, eo-61, GRA,
58-595 HR Gov., 58-59, Sec., 60-61, Hussars, 59-61,
Treas., 61, Yellow Jacket Staff, 60-61
MARY LOUISE TREVINO-"B" Average Award,
58-593 FNA, 58-593 GRA, 58-61, Jr. Red Cross,
60-61, NHS, 60-61, Spanish Club, 58-61, Veep,
GUY J. TRITICO-Boys Choir, 60-61, FDA, 60-61,
Rifle Club, 59-60
JAMES M. TUCKER-Bowling ciub, so-61
SYLVIA TYSON-Band, 58-61, Sec., 60-61, Jeffer-
sonians, 60-61, Bowling Club, 58-61, "B" Average
Award, 58-60, FTA, 58-60, GRA, 58-61, JCL, 58-61,
NHS, 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 60-61
JUDY GAIL VANSLYKE-GRA, 58-61
1961 Senior Ball
RANDLE RAY WEAVER JR.
JAMES R. WEBB
CARRIE ANN WEEKS Bowlin Club 60-61,
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CAROLYN MARIE WELLS-GRA, 58-59, HR Lt.
Gov., 58-59, Jr. Red Cross, 58-59
INGRID WENDLANDT-Bowling Club, 58-60,
Cabinet, 59-61, Cheerleader, 59-61, Head Cheer-
leader, 60-61, Duchess, 59-60, FBLA, 58-59, GRA,
58-61, HR Lt. Gov.,.Outstanding Member, 58-59,
Gov. 59-61, Jr. Red Cross, 58-59, Lady-in-Waiting,
61, Repertoire Players, 59-61, Treas., 60-61, Ski
Club, 59-60, Spanish Club, 58-60
ELIZABETH WELLBURN-Citizen of the Month,
60, FNA, 60-61, GRA, 60-61, JCL, 59-61, Sec.,
59-60, Mixed Choir, 58-59, NHS, 60-61
DAVID TROTT VAMAKIAS
MANETTE VEAZEY-A Cappella Choir, 60-61,
FBLA, 60-61, FNA, 58-59, HR Sec., 60-61, Mixed
Choir, 59-60, Repertoire Players, 59-61
BEATRICE MAE VIDRINE-GRA, 58-59, Heralds,
58-61, HR Sec., 58-59, Spanish Club, 58-59
JOSEPH WILLIAM VINCENT-DE, 60-61
FRED WALLACE-Bowling Club, 59-60
WILLIAM JOHN WALLACE-"A" Average Award,
58-61, American Chemical Society Award, 60, Citizen
of the Month, 60, Heralds, 58-61, HR Gov., 60-61,
JCL, 58-61, State Pres., 59-60, Junior Lion, 60,
Meritorious Citation, 59-60, NHS, Pres., 60-61, SBC,
Parl., 60-61, Slide Rule Club, 58-61
PEGGY DIANN WARD-Bowling Club, 60-61,
GRA, 59-60, HR Sec., 59-60, JCL, 60-61
CLYDE WOODROW WEAVER-Football, 58-59
PRESTON J. WEAVER
SUSAN CLAIRE WHITE-"B" Average Award,
59-603 Bowling Club, 60-613 GRA, 58-613 Heralds,
59-61, HR Gov., 58-61, Hussars, 59-61, Sec., 60-61,
JCL, 59-603 Lion Sweetheart, 61, NHS, 60-613 Span-
ish Club, 58-593 Yellow jacket Staff, 60-613 Cabinet.
BILLIE JO WILEY-GRA, 58-59
EILEEN ANN WILKINS-Bowling Club, 60-61,
FHA, 60-613 GRA, 59-60, Jr. Red Cross, 58-593
Repertoire Players, 58-593 Ski Club, 59-60
IRIS LOUISE WILLIAMS-"B" Average Award,
59-603 FTA, 59'61Q HR Treas., 58-59, Gov., 603 Lt.
Gov., 613 jr. Red Cross, 58-593 Meritorious Citation,
58-593 NHS, 60-613 Perfect Attendance Award,
58-593 Spanish Club, 58-59
ELIZABETH ROSE WILSON-DE, 60-613 FBLA,
58-593 French Club, 58-59g GRA, 58-593 HR Lt.
Gov., 58-593 Jr. Red Cross, 58-593 Meritorious Cita-
tion, 58-593 NHS, 60-61
WENDY WINGFIELD-"B" Average Award,
59-603 GRA, 58-61, Outstanding Member, 59-603
Heralds, 60-613 HR Gov., 58-613 Hussars, 59-61,
Pres., 61, Letter Girls, 60-613 Meritorious Citation
with Special Honors, 58-593 NHS, 60-613 Spanish
Checks Prevail on Class Day
JOHN COLWELL WOLFE-JCL, 58-60, Slide Rule
ROBERT H. WOOD JR.-Rifle Club, 59-60
ROBERT DAVID WOODSON-Football, 58-61,
All-District, A 8a M Club, All-State, Honorable Men-
tion, 60-613 HR Lt. Gov., 60-613 Jr. Kiwanian, 61
WAYNE E. WOODWORTH-Art Club, 60-613 A
Cappella Choir, 60-61
SHIRLEY ANN WUELLER-"B" Average Award,
58-60, Cabinet, 60-613 Hussars, 59-61, Uniform
Quart, 613 NHS, 60-613 SBC, 60-61
EUGENE AARON YENTZEN-DE, 60-613 Foot-
ball, 58-593 Rifle Club, 58-593 Track, 59-61
HONOREES OF THE Check Day Breakfast smile on a full stomach.
ARE YOU EXPECTING a rainy Check Day?
OH, MY EMPTY stomach!
NVE HATE TO disturb you, but . . .
IT WASN'T A bit easy to make all A's, was it? NOW, BOYS, IT Couldl-ft be that bad! 3
Baccalaureate Inspires Seniors
AS THE STRAINS of "Pomp and
Circumstancei' begin, seniors sol-
emnly march from baccalaureate
THE REV. VICTOR Buvinghausen delivered
the baccalaureate address to the graduating
class, relatives, and friends.
SHEDDING ROBES AND hats was first on
seniors' minds when they reached the auditorium.
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ONE NIGHT OUT of the year the Fieldhouse takes on a new look. Pretty
girls in formals and handsome boys watch the activities of the night.
T. j.'S PRODUCED A gentleman! Noel Dolce is noticed by all as ne aids
Jane johnson in adjusting her gloves.
DANCING TO THE music of the Lamar Tech-
nicians followed the Coronation and senior waltz.
ALL EYES ARE upon Russell Stout as Court Dignitary Charles McFatter crowns him king of the Senior Ball.
the Majestic Night
-MAKING A GRAND entrance into the gymnasium is the Royal court of 1961
followed by the waltzers.
LEADING THE FIRST dance were the king and queen and court members.
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aim. Archery requires good coordination, a steady arm, and much
SAILING WAS A very popular activity during the sum- physical strength.
mer months and September for Neil Sirman, Doug Spooner,
and Robert Devillier. Much pleasure is derived from boat
sailing such as this.
JACK SANDOVAL AND Sammy Atchison exhibit their good form as they hope to score a strike.
But Student Spirit Spices Fall Life
"l3EAT the INDIANS" and that is just what the jackets did that night. Poster parties produced not only posters, but much enthu-
siasm over the game. The Cola Cola Company provided the building and the cokes for all of our poster parties.
THE "SHIRT TAIL" parade was led
by the Band. The parade started at
Dryden Road and continued on to the
stadium for a pep rally. Stunts and
speeches were performed by the students,
the Band, and the Hussars.
of 5 t u d e n t S,
adults, and Hus-
sars, helped sup-
port the jackets.
IF AN ELECTION were held to find the most school spirited,
Morgan Schroeder would win hands down. On the Way to the
pep rally are Susan Marsh, Morgan, and Roy Hooks, Morgan
had one of his crutches wrapped in maroon and gold and the
other in red and white.
"ALL ,THE WAY big team!" chanted
the ambitious Tj supporters at one of
the outdoor pep rallies. The time for
these sessions came in the early morn-
Sohool Spirit: Just
"THE JACKETS ARE WINNING." This statement is shown
on the faces of loyal jacket fans, Barbara Wukasch and Ethel
ing hours before school or took the place
of regular assembly programs on Friday
afternoon. Little time was lost from
study, but there were plenty of happy
moments in organizing and producing
these pulse quickeners.
This was a familiar sight
as the football boys
boarded the bus for im-
portant out of town
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HUSSARS BOOST SCHOOL spirit as they take part in Hat
Day held for the Orange game. Many interesting hats were
worn by most of the students participating in the pep rally.
CHEERLEADERS PLAY THE largest part in school
spirit. Their job is to stir up excitement, to plan
amusing pep rallies, and to cheer the team to victory.
An outstanding performance was the 2'Cage the Tiger"
skit. Ronnie Jones, Jimmy jordan, and Bob Clouse
made sure the tiger did not escape.
MOTHERS AND FATHERS of
the football players even got the
feeling of spirit, Holding the sign
for the Orange game are Mrs.
James Johnson, Mrs. Pete Landry,
and Mrs. Price Killingsworth.
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HAPPY BOYS, a happy coach, and a quarter-final title. These are the end results oF all the
school spirit. This makes all the effort worth while.
Highlights of Football Season
ff -e THE VICTORIOUS HOMECOMING dance sponsored by the Heralds in honor of the team sweetheart, Jeanie Hollingsworth,
the overwhelming success of the bonfire, and the "pied piper" led by the band from the courtyard to the gym for the pep rally
proved to be the most outstanding events that took place this year.
EVEN the most timid souls became bold when it came to designing
spectacular hats preceding the Orange game. "One of the best projects of
the year," agreed teachers and students.
THIS is a typical scene from one of the many confetti parties. Diana
DUPY, Claudette Hiuiafd, Janis MOOD, and Mari' Ellen Klffbba hell? to Harvey Reeves represented the football team for a pep
make much Ceflfetti fof the big game Ffidel' night- talk to the student body. He stressed the importance
of the student body's support in the coming games.
OUTstanding hats were worn by Don Tetrealt, Merenda
Jones, Linda Tomlin, Steven Wolfe, Ronnie Jones, and
Gayle Randall. Many other unusual and outstanding hats
were worn on hat dy, the Friday of the Orange game.
Jerry Kidd and Donald Cain are obviously excited and pleased
the results of the last play.
SHIRLEY CORLEY ADDS her special Christmas
touch to the store in which she works on the D.E.
TJ Dons New Face
LOVEEY DECORATIONS LIKE these being put up by Pat Roy
help promote Christmas spirit in the student body.
ANN PARDUE, DEEANA HUFF, Sue Terrell, and Linda Owings put
the finishing touches on the Christmas tree in the main foyer.
MEMBERS OF THE choir spread good cheer as they carol an old man and
woman during the Christmas concert.
As Christmas Holidays Near
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school pre-holiday cheer as they disguise Miss Jane Smith's V
room with a typical Christmas scene. '?2'jfi,g2,fL'z-f
WATCH YOUR snap, girls!
"SCHOOL IS OUT for two whole weeks," shout excited students as they pile in ears to leave for the Christmas holidays
Study, Stud , and ore Stud
ers must study.
THOSE EXTRA STUDY hours and extra conferences are
what keep Ray Ludwig's and Bill Gilbert's trig grades so
high. They say two heads are better than one,
THIS ISN'T MACBETH? Oh, yes it is! just Miss Miller's senior English class with a Presentaf
tion of "The Twisted Tales of Vifilliam Shakespeare." Taking part were Judy Goff, Alice Hud-
son, Dicky Legate, Sharon Jones, and Sandra Smith.
8:12 AND ALL IS WELL! Mr. Allen uses this
time to read up on his Latin I work. Even teach-
WORLD EVENTS, LO-
CAL headlines, funnieg?
It is all to be found in
the library. Jackie Scott
takes time to check the
Students Enjoy Assembl Programs
JEFFERSONIANS WITH HANNA Hampton as soloist was a high-
light of the Band Revue.
EVELYN FOGLEMAN, COMMENTATOR for the Style A TOUR TO DIFFERENT lands to observe their dances was the
show, presents many new and exciting fashions for spring theme of the program presented by the girls' P.E. Department.
ARE DRESSY DRESSES the order of the day? These girls have just the thing as they model dresses they made in clothing
classes. The program featured the proper attire for any time of the day or night.
Spring I Twirp Week . . .
"DUST OF THE ROAD," presented by the Thomas jefferson Repertoire Players,
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colorful campaign signs that sprouted on Cheryl Deckard, Pat Daniel issue the receipts.
campus during SBC elections that took place
in April. Good examples are displayed by
joan Leavell and Martha Smith.
Elections . . . Parties. . .
"HE'S ALL MINE and you can't have him!" claim Pat Daniel and Pat Doyle as they
put on the bibs worn by Lamar Lawson and Joe Landry the day of the Sadie Hawkins
WHAT A NEW look the courtyard has with the new trees and the campaign CONFUSED BECKY? Becky Gillman
signs. Many students take a walk through the courtyard to admire the land- tries to figure out if this young man is
scaping and to decide for which candidate they will cast their vote on elec- eligible for a Twirp Week date, He
tion day. has on one white sock and one red
THE BLACK AND WHITE BALL proved to be a very gala event which set the pace for the senior parties to follow.
aried Activities Mark
WHAT MR. CRICCHIO has to go through to get a
SADIE HAWKINS DANCE was a roaring success, agree Janis Moon, Dickie
Legate, and Peggy I-Iosen, who dressed up for the occasion.
HOW ABOUT ONE over the plate, OK?
THERE ARE NO if'5,
ancl's, or but's about it . . .
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the Conclusion of School
?Diwn To Em-lla" cast finishes its last dress rehearsal as Repertoire players present their I
ANNE LOFTON PRESENTS
her whistle to Gracie Potter
who will succeed her as Drum
Major of the Red Hussars.
WHEN YOU DIVIDE, move the slide-figure Lee Weathington, Tommy 4 'V
Townsend, Kenneth Hurwitz, Robert Lowenstein, and Roland Gooch of the
Slide Rule team. MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC
THE SECOND SEMESTER
brought new teachers Mr.
Guzman, Miss Andrews, Mrs.
Sheppard, and Mrs, Reid.
Opportunities . .
When you do your best to become the most laudable member
of the junior Class, and when you acquire extra experience in
participating in clubs and organizations, or when you make
being a first-class sophomore the important business of the year,
then you are defining that vague term known as "opportunity"
in personal terms.
This large section of the yearbook has been designed to remind
you of the many times you have answered affirmatively during
the past year when opportunity was yours.
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Juniors boosted school spirit with a variety of posters throughout the football
Throughout the School Year
Try as they may Carol Scott and Ann Smitherman just can't blow out that
junior spirit. Seeing that it stays ablaze are jay Gary Sims and Sammy
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Spending much time in the library seems to pay off in the long run
when the report cards are passed out with straight A's on them. Recipients
for the second nine weeks include Mavis Lander, Ann Miller, Mable
Bakerg standing, Billy Shively, Kenneth Herwitz, Buddy Jordon, Rob
Savoie, George Hadden, and Ronnie Robins.
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SPIRIT REIGNS HIGH as Juniors Martha Smith, Betty Cutuia, John
Lusk, Linda Axtell, and Bob Allred attend the basketball game.
Mary Ell Glass
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Putting up-r one of the many bulletin boards that decorated Mrs. Mc-
Ewan's Social Studies classes are Darla Patin and Mary Lou Wagner.
Student Body Offices.
It is very important for Juniors to make correct course selections ahead
of time. Gregory Reyna, Carrie Hebert, Gary Miertschin, Pam Huber, and
Philip Pampolina are at that important task.
Carol Ann Johnson
Jo Ellen Johnson
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What busy little bees! These juniors are using the library at TJ. to
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T.j.'s library was an important source for information for junior research
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What a convenience! The new book racks that were provided this year
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The doors were open to new opportunities, challenges, guidance, new memories, and plenty of good competition for this year's juniors.
'Xlow the doors are closing as a successful year draws to a close.
another A group
ftieers and Committees Take
Carl Carter Russell Stout
PRAISES ARE DUE Renell d'Augereau, Noel Dolce, Kay Thames,
G. W. Bailey, Diane Loukas and Susie Coe who worked tirelessly
to give T. J. a successful Twirp Week.
THE LAST STAGE of the printing of Stu
dent Directories was a rewarding sight for X
Betzy Roussel' Am Mmm Jeff' Straub' ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL DRIVE was pleasing to civic committee members Russell
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Lead in Congressional Activities
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PAUSING FOR A moment while sorting bangles, pamphlets and
buttons are the members of the All-School Chest committee: Diane V
Hightower, rented, Cindy Brantley, Diane Loukas, Arthur Elster,
and Margaret Ann Meeker, standing.
OFF TO FRENCH for a Good Sportsmanship League meeting were Leni Anderson, Ann
Killingsworth, Lamar Lawson, Cindy Brantley, Dub Deloney, Mrs. Hayes and Ronnie Jones.
EACH MORNING STUDENTS stand and
bow their heads to begin the day with a
few moments of meditation. Pat Solis,
Peggy McBeth, Mike Landry and Ray Orrill
worked with this daily chapel program.
These SBC appointed officers who
prepare congressional bulletins and
keep parliamentary order during
Congress sessions are John Wallace,
parliamentariang Brenda McNabb,
typistg and Erleen Porter, bulletin
CONGRESS HONORED THE faculty with a tea, showing appreciation for faculty co-operation
in letting congressmen take part in student body government.
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP LEAGUE guests to our Bi-District foot-
ball game were L. Anderson, R. jones, P. Af, G. Edwards, Orange, J.
Carmichael, Beaumont, M. Waters, Orangeg T. Fuller, Beaumontg P,
Hooks, R. Tyson, French, P. Sattler, R. Carlin, Port Neches-Groves,
and C. Brantley, P. A.
WHEN THE UNITED States flag and the Lone Star banner snap in the
breeze, the patriotic committee has done their duty. Putting the flags away
at the end of the day are Danny Bell, Don Landry, Dennis Hollander and
CONGRESSMEN COME TO room 118 each Monday as
representatives from their homerooms to evaluate old policies
yr arks Committee Work
FACULTY AND STUDENT body representatives' share ideas on Congress activities. Seated are
Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Gott, Miss Anderson, and Mr. Devall. Standing are Russell Stout, Cindy Brantley,
Sue Gartin, and Carl Carter.
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ac
tivities of the Good Sportsman-
ship League at-Thomas jeffer-
son and Working with the dis
trict GSL were Cindy Brantley
Lamar Lawson and Leni Ander-
Fall Outstanding Congressman, Peg- Spring Outstanding Congressman,
gy Lou McBeth. Jean Harden.
and CHSCUSS new Ones- THE LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE surveyed the fruits of their labor
with pride as trees and shrubs were planted on the T. J. campus
Carol Johnson, Susan Holtman, Sue Gartin, and Carly Io Vines.
orking Together for a Big Senior Year . . .
Senior Class Officers
SENIOR CABINET MEMBERS-Seated are, P. Doyle, J. Moon, D. Dupy, S. Marsh, S- Gaffiny A- I-0ff01'1, M- Gr'-?801'Y, and K
Snoek, Cabinet members kneeling are P. McBeth, P. Daniel, P. Breaux, G. Davis, H, Cazemier, C. Saulsberry, M. A. Daniel, D. Huff,
and R. Ludwig.
Senior Congressmen Lead the Way
FLAGS AND home-
room signs are Ron-
nie jones, Shirley
Wueller, L i n d a
Tomlin, Betsy Well-
burn, Carol DuBois,
and Dennis Hollan-
OBSERVING THE NEW
placemenfc of the Hall of
Fame are Diane Loukas,
Cheryl Deckarcl, Judy
Shinn, Buzz Milner, and
PLAQUE in the
front foyer are Bo-
Peep Patrick, Mary
Ellen Klebba, Char-
les McFa.1-ter, Mary
Gregory, Peggy Mc-
Beth, Nova Cole-
man, Roy Hooks,
and 'Alice Hudson.
Spirited Junior Officers Work Hard. . .
Junior Class Officers
X, G. W. Bailey
X, S erretary
1' Mary E11 Glass
X Carol Scott
j'U,NIOR CABINET CONSISTS of, Franz row: Barbara Wukasch, Pam Huber, Diane Norvell, Kay Dartez, Gracey Potter, Gene Byrd
Judy McVey, Ken Hurwitz and Jack Hens1ey. Bark row: jimmy jordan, Ronnie Landry, james Cassel, Stan Sechler, Mary E11 Glass
Gretchen Verboon, Nancy Pryor, Martha Smith, Sharon Sibley, Isabel Delgadillo, Claudia Pitts, Alice Chambers, and Joanna Light.
Junior Congressmen Carr Out Duties
before Congress are,
from row: Pat Solis,
G. W. Bailey, Don
Landry, and B. J.
Fett. On the lop row
are Renell d'Auger-
eau, Karen Olive,
Rachel Gloria, Ed
Guidry, Ray Orrill,
Carol Johnson, and
KEEPING UP WITH the
recent events are Law-
rence Beasley, Susan Holt-
rnan, Ann Srnitherrnan,
Carly Jo Vines, Richard
Kreiter, and Ginger Mc-
ed, are Dot Peyton,
Barbara Scheler, and
Those :landing are
Carol Scott, Roger
Canru, jean Harden,
Mike Landry, and
Sophomores Choose New Leaders
Sophomore Class Officers
m Ray Hecker
SOPHOMORE CABINET MEMBERS are, from row: J. Booth, L. Livingston, P. McGrew, R. Benz, G. Cooksey, Mrs. Swanzy, sponsor
Serozzd row: L. Garcia, J. Carver, L. Romero, L. Babin, P. Price, S. Beavens. Tlazrd row: P. Meyers, J. Henry, R. Tantilla, D
Morgan, I.. Goss. Fourth row: S. Allbritton, H. Neal, M. Brannon, R. Hollier, R. Byrd.
Sophomore Congressmen Fall Right Into Step
TO the procedure of
Congress are, seated:
Sylvia Sandoval, Ar-
thur Elster, and
Those standing are
Kay Chalmers, Susie
Coe, Betsy Roussel,
Becky Gillrnan, Lib-
by Sumrnerlin, Lee
Roy Byrd, Gail Flan-
agan, Vince Scalco,
and Noel Dolce.
ULES OF Congress activi-
ties with Miss Anderson
are Tom Kirchrner, Carole
Ha-ll, Judy Dawson, Vince
Scalo, and Beth Gartin.
C H E C K I N G
DATES of Congress
meetings are :rand-
ing: Ray Hecker,
Charles Hall, Joan
Mims, Linda Smith,
Dub Deloney and
Joan Mims. Seated
are Pat Easley, jo-
hanna Gebhart, and
Governors Preside Over Homeroom ffairs
KNOWLEDGE AND EXPE-
RIENCE was gained by these
junior governors as they com-
pleted another year. Seated: Pam
Moyer, Brenda McNabb, Shirley
Looper, Verna McMillan, Alice
Chambers. Slanding: Sammy
Skaff, Judi Prejean, Judi Davis,
Kathy Irvine, Jerry Serville,
Buddy Jordan, Ashton Hecker,
Eloise Foret, Ann Miller.
OMORE GOVERNORS preside
over homeroom affairs. Seated:
Bettie Glenn, Mercina Tragelis,
Sue Honeycutt, Jackie Scott.
Standing: Gary Reynolds, Slagle
Allbritton, Beth Knight, Mike
Brannan, Jane Johnson, Gerald
Segrest, Belinda Davis, Lance
Goss, Kathy Prohl.
ENJOYING THE BENEFITS of
the courtyard are the following
Senior governors: In front: John
Wallace, Iris Williams, Ingrid
Wen-dlandt, Janice Foreman, Mary
Catherine Gaggese, Charles Kil-
lingsworth. In back: Bruce Mahat-
fey, Fay Burdett, Jay Hicks, Roy
Hooks, Susan White.
orking for a Better Thomas Jefferson
DELEGATES TO BOYS' State were john Wallace, Roy Hooks, and Carl Carter for 1960 and Pat Solis, Phillip Pampolina,
Ronnie Landry and Mike Landry for 1961.
COMPILING TIS HANDBOOK for next year are jean Harden, Peggy Meeker,
Libb Summerlin Bo Pee Patrick Mar Ellen Klebba, Karen Olive, and Ann Kil-
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GIRLS' STATE DELEGATES
for 1961, Mary Ell Glass and
Sharon Sibley Kxeatedj, play the
Girls' State record and check
dates with last year's delegates
Mary Ellen Klebba, Cindy
Brantley, and Peggy McBeth.
PUT THAT FIRE out, boys!
The fire committee consisted of
Buzz Milner, Charles McFatter,
Randy Goldblum, Ronnie jones,
Andy Andrus, and Gene Davis.
Rewarding Results From Doing a Duty
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MISS WILSON AIDS the Credentials committee which checks the report cards of
all congressmen, officers and candidates: Mrs. Hayes, Roy Hooks, Nova Coleman,
Ray Orrill, Ann Killingsworth, Miss Golmon, Noel Dolce, and Pat Easley.
LOST ANYTHING? NUMEROUS articles
were returned to their owners from the Lost
, and Found in room 118 kept by Linda
LENI ANDERSON, RONNIE Jones and cindy Brantley, on behalf of our school and Tatum and Alice Hudson-
the Good Sportsmanship League, presented a book in pre-game ceremonies to Phyllis
Sattler, D. P. Lyons and Cheryl Say, representing Port Neches-Groves.
COFFEE, COOKIES AND sandwiches made the teachers' day more enjoyable thanks to the Teacher's Tea committee of
Congress: Karen O'Brien, Roy Hooks, Mr. Guzman, jean Harden, Roy Byrd and Charlyn Saulsberry.
THE FIRST AFTER-GAME
dance was sponsored by Con-
gress with members of the
Recreation committee mak-
ing all arrangements. Check-
ing to see that enough re-
freshments will be available
are Mr. Copeland, Roy Byrd,
Robert Watts, Betsy Well-
burn, Mr. Ward and Betsy
THOUGH SOMEWHAT MUDDY, the night of the bonfire finally arrived after
many days of planning by Congress.
A FEW MOMENTS of planning and then they were off to decorate the stadium for the game:
Stan Rising, Russell Richard, Wayne Broussard, Robert Menchaca, Luther Odom, Donald Haltom,
and Buzz Milner.
"TIS KEEN KEEP IT -CLEAN" was the motto used by students during clean-up week headed by the civic com-
mittee: Arthur Elster, Leni Anderson, Shirley Wueller, Russell Stout, Janet Underwood, Tommy Kirchmer.
OCTOBER CITIZEN RONNIE jones seems happy even though
Betsy Wellburn and Miss McClain pile him high with books.
APPLE POLISHING IS practiced in November
by Janelle Buvinghausen and john Wallace. Are
you trying to "get in good" with Mrs. Weldon?
DECEMBER PROVED TO have its share of bad
Weather. Trying to keep out of the rain are Dave
Nutt, Linda Riley and Coach Underwood.
JANUARY DAWNED SUNNIER days.
Coach Pense, Linda Tomlin, and Buzz Milner
enjoy the warm weather.
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ENJOYING THE BREEZE in the breezeway are February citi-
zens: Roy Hooks, Peggy McBeth, and Mr. Russell.
MARCH WINDS CAN'T blow away the smiles of jay
Hicks, Sue Gartin and Mr. Allen.
ADDING THEIR APPROVAL to the landscaping program
are: G. W. Bailey, Cindy Brantly and Miss Vickers, out-
standing citizens of the month for April.
' 4 CHOSEN AS CITIZENS of the month of May were: Bo
,,,. Peep Patrick, Mr. Gott, and Pat Solis.
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THE MAROON EXECUTIVE Committee made early plans for the convention, Patsy Smith,
Noel Dolce, Mrs. Swanzy, Bob Breckenridge, Gene Byrd, Gary Sims, Kay Thames, Charles
McFatter and Glenn johnson.
THESE VICTORIOUS CANDI-
DATES will serve TJ next year
as All-School Officers: Roger
Cantu, President, Mary Ell Glass,
fri, MEETING CANDIDATES and
the evidence of posters, tags,
stunts and speeches are a sure
sign of elections at TJ. The stu-
dent body, divided into two par-
ties, follows, to some extent, the
same procedures done in the selec-
tion of our national leaders.
Both the Maroon and Gold par-
A COLORFUL CONVENTION
was the result of good demonstra
SPONSORS, TABULATORS, TIMEKEEPERS and the executive committee made the stage a busy place during the convention.
PUTTING A STAMP of approval on posters were Linda Tomlin, Rich-
ard Kreiter, Lawrence Beasley and Cherie D'Abadie of the sign com-
Rep.-at-Large, Gregory Reyna,
Vice-President, and Sharon Sib-
ties choose presidential and vice-
presidential nominees at their con-
vention, represented by five delegates
from each homeroom. The executive
committees are responsible for mak-
ing all party plans and the election
committee, headed by the vice-presi-
dent, takes care of all other phases
of the election.
REGISTERING FOR POLL tax
was the first big duty of the elec-
tion committee: Cheryl Deckard,
Judy Dawson, Dub Deloney, Rus-
sell Stout, Annette Broussard, Dot
Peyton and Peggy McBeth.
GOLD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
members are, Sealed: Gene Davis, Miss
Klein, Mr. Parker, Roy Byrd, janet Un-
derwood and Jane Johnson. Standing:
Betsy Wellburn, Brenda McNabb, Greg-
ory Reyna, Jolene Eaves, and Myrtle
GOLD CONVENTION DELEGATES support their candidates.
CONVENTION PERSONNEL AND Gold can
didates awaited the choice of nominees.
d and throughout the building m st3tf'f00mN1gZONS ARE
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Sue Ellen Allen
Meet the Class of '63 2
ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS WERE
scheduled on Thursday mornings for
sophomores, who found that this ac-
tivity gave added opportunities to see
old friends as well as making them
feel at home at TJ.
A variety of programs made the
period interesting and entertaining,
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Townsend, Noel Dolce, Ray
Beth Ann Knight patiently wait in
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Paula White relax for a moment after
a long day of studies. The stairway
in the main foyer provides an ideal
spot for this purpose, and it is often
seen cluttered with girls awaiting
their rides when the school day ends.
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Gail Flanagan, Martin james, and Frank Zumo help to
make the sophomore Food Drive a success.
Linda Kay Smith
Lynn Vess Smith
Mary Juanita Smith
Bert St. Cyr
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Telephones in the cafeteria seem to be a problemg Either you canlt hear, as in
the case of Lynn Simmons, or you can't even find the right telephone directory
as in the case of Reggie jackson.
Christmas cheer is spread through many classrooms by
decorated bulletin boards. Helping with the decora-
tions of this one are Kenny Griffith and Leonard Lauve.
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Sophs Run for ll-School Offices
Running for the office of cheerleader
takes many hours of hard practice,
Practicing for next day's assembly
program are left to right: Jerry Mc-
millan, Jeanette Cooper, Kay Chal-
mers Penny Bazar, Phyllis Nunez,
Janet McLain, and Claire Landry.
Clubs and Organizations
Special interests that can be strengthened through participating in related club and
organization programs make this campus a center for busy students and teachers early in
the morning, after school, and sometimes in the evenings. The total program of club
and organization meetings helps individuals in obtaining a better education and con-
tributes toward this school's leadership in our area.
We have grouped this section to include these divisions:
junior Classical League
Choir and Glee Club
junior Red Cross
Future Business Leaders
Future Teachers of America
Future Nurses of America
National Honor Society THE PILOT
Heralds' THE YELLOW IACKET
Maroon and Gold Band
Red Hussar Drum and Bugle Corps
MRS. GERALDINE JOHNSON and Mr. Law-
rence Allen, sponsors of JCL, enjoy working in
the language lab.
JCL OFFICERS ARE Secretary Lincla Reaves, Praetor Mary Womack,
First Consul Diana Dupy, Second Consul Pat Doyle, Treasurer Gin-
ger McMillan, and Praetor Lucille Miller.
CICERONIAN MASTERS, Sitzing: Pat McCue, Sylvia Tyson, Lecretia Smith, Charles Kirkenclall, Carol Moritz. Standing: Betsy
Wellburn, Sue Gartin, Janelle Buvinghausen, Sharon Comeaux, Sandra Smith, Julie LeBlanc.
ANTONIAN MASTERS, Bofzom row: C. Walpole, L.
Evans, A. Miller, S. Looper. Second row: L. Parker, L.
Pulito, G. Potter, L. Miller. Third row: M. Marsh, M.
Meeker, L. Reaves, J. Smith, B. McNabb, P. Moyer, M.
Landers. Fourfh row: D. Landry, L. Weathington, J. Lewis,
G. Byrd. Fifth row: P. Walker, R. Orrill, K. Herwitz.
Sixlh rouf: B. Schiefly, B. Grieg, M. Heifly, R. Savoy.
ANTONIAN SLAVES, Bozlom row: D. Hinrichs, R. Benz
P. Price, M. Bancly. Second row: S. Sibley, P. Huber, J.
Gebhart, S. Beavens, M. Murphy, C. Whitlow, K. Wolf,
L. Bandsma, M. McGuff, C. Alleman, C. Thompson, L.
Caveretta. Third row: N. Dolce, C. Petteway, K. Willis,
L. Lakie, E. Horwitz. Fozzrlh row: T. Morgan, D. Lowther,
J. Lore, J. Marcontell, E. Lippincott.
OLYMPIAN CLAN: Cindy Carr, Betty Glenn, Glenda Read, Pat Doyle, Toby Cone, Barbara
Burks, JoAnne Gerace, Diana Dupy, joan Mims, Martha Colburn, Brenda Theriot, John Wallace.
A dead language? Far from it!
junior Classical League is active
proof that Latin is a living,
breathing part of the Foreign
Language Department. Organ-
ized into six clans, this organi-
zation takes a lively interest in
clan meetings, programs, and
various other activities spon-
sored by the club. Monthly
senate meetings play a big role
in the affairs of this 200 mem-
ber organization. The slave sale
early in the semester, the Sa-
turnalia in December and the
convention in March contrib-
uted to the success of the year.
CICERONIAN SLAVES, Silling: Jean Straub, Sue Smith, Bobby Hollier, Mike Brannon, and Slagle Albritton. Sldndifzgx Gary Ran-
dolph, Kay Milburn, Jane johnson, Norris Elliot, Hoyt Neal.
TITANIAN SLAVES, Fin! row: Jackie Scott, Carolyn Brite,
Babs Brogan, Donna Nimitz, Becky Hudson, Prissy Truett.
Seroffd ww: Sue Carter, Gail Flanagan, Carol Midgette, Becky
Poole, janet Underwood, Lydia Ruiz, jackie Clingaman. Third
row: Vince Scalco, jerry Secrest, Rufus Manley, Robert Loewen-
stein, Rudy Landry, Mary Alice Collins, Maudine Malone.
TITANIAN MASTERS, First row: Susan Holtman,
Ginger McMillan, Mary Dixson, Reva Bullock,
Mary Womack, Kay Thompson. Second row: G. W.
Bailey, jerry Allgood, Bob Bolles, Charles Cham-
paigne, jimmy Lee, and Larry Brannon.
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Saturnalia Provides Holiday Air
RAISING OF SLAVES was the main
event of the Saturnalia held in December
in the cafeteria,
HERCULEAN MASTERS, Pint row: Linda Tatum, Linda Ellis, Carol Costley,
Karon Olive, Nancy Pryor, Susan Reigner. Seward ww: Mary Hart, Glenda
McDaniel, Renee Jayroe, Gayle Brown, Martha Smith, joey Griffith, Barbara
Criswell, William Batic, Clifford Hoffpauir, Ronnie Robin, Bob Clouse, and
OF THE pre-Christmas Saturnalia was a pro-
gram given by a number of slaves.
HERCULEAN SLAVES, Fin! row: Judy
Magnus, Roxann Carcara, Connie Sandi-
fer, Paula Bandsma, Jean Brown. Second
row: Martin Neilsen, Larunda Babin, Be-
linda Davis, Lora Taylor, Linda Perkins,
jay Mandel. Third raw: Danny Gammon,
john Marshall, Tommy Townsend, Mar-
tin Griffith, LeRoy Byrd, Gilbert Jones,
Curtis Dumesnil, Bill Wehner, and Billy
JCL Goes to Austin Convention
VOTING DELEGATES GRACEY Potter and Martha Smith with John Wallace
mark the calendar and await with anticipation the day of the state convention.
NOEL DOLCE AND Lamar Hankins also deserve glue credit for
being convention contestant honorees. Noel received an honorable
mention for his poster and Lamar placed third in sculpturing with
his bust of Caesar.
VINCE SCALCO AND Ken Hurwitz have a reason to
beam so proudly. Vince placed second in the in-
strumental contest and Ken was named TJ's outstand-
ing Latin student.
JOHN WALLACE, out-goihg state JCL pres-
ident, makes an informal speech to one of the
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MARY MURPHY, BE CKY
Poole, Gene Arnm, Lucy Evans,
and Pam Huber were five of the
nine oratory, vocal, costume, and
mythology contestants. Others not
shown are G. W. Bailey, Jolene
Orrill, Betty McDonald, and Jim-
Vive La France
French Club officers helped in making this year a success. They are left to right
Gene Davis, president, Roy Hooks, treasurer, Lionel Parent, historian, Glenn
C0'SP0fl50f5 of the French Club afe Miss Cath' Johnson, secretary, and Claudette Hilliard, vice-president.
rine Klein and Mr, Doyle Clinton.
Louis Gres, an exchange student from Aubenas,
France, tells of his experience en route to the
United States. Louis will be on his way back
home as you read this but he will take with him
many memories of a year in a typical American
high school-Bon voyage, Louis!
For entertainment a French play was given by
Miss Klein's French III students. The play "Why
the Chimes Rang" was based on an old Christmas
story. The cast left to right are Helen Broussard,
Dale Saulsberry, Bill Gibbens, Linda Riley, Vir-
ginia Oakley, Linda Jones, Karen Baxter, and
Early in the year a French dinner was given to honor all members. After the
dinner everyone enjoyed the French play, "Why the Chimes Rang,"
Outgoing members of the French Club include firft raw: R. Hooks, C. Saulsberry, P. Daniels, H. Abraham, V. Oakley,
L. Parent. Second row: J. Cooper, L. Gres, D. Hollander, S. Come-aux, C. Romero. Top row: B. Sorgee, B. Breckenridge,
R. DeVi1lier, G. Davis, G. Johnson, S. Nunez, C. Hilliard, L. Parent.
New sophomores are welcomed into the French Club
firfl row: D. Deloney. Sefond raw: T. Gauthier, P.
Nunez, V. Meaux, C. Stephens, B. C. Albright, P.
Bazar. Third rawf P. Latiolais, I. jones, M. Lockwood,
A. Weber, L. Webb. Fourth row: D. Brunson, D. Wil-
son, C., Hall, S. Dezelle, S. Soreson. Fifth row: M.
Ducote, B. LeBlanch, R. Dauphine, A. Molina. Top
row: G. Broussard, N. Broussard, L. Treibel, S. Reeve.
junior members include, firft row: M. E.
Glass, C. Chatagnier, M. Langdon, K.
Boutin, J. Ardoin. Serond raw: S. Read, D.
McFadden, S. Stokes, E. Adams. Third
row: M. Baker, I. Eaves, R. Wells, D.
Norvell. Top row: D. Saulsberry, P. Has-
Officers for the
1960-61 term were
elected early and
have been interested
in the progress of
the club. Se.fzied.'
Linda Martinez, re-
porter, Lupe Garcia,
historian, G i n g e r
C 1 0 a r , secretary,
Mary Louise Tre-
Pat Roy, treasurer.
Stzznding: G e 0 r g e
S o l i s , sergeant-at
armsg Johnny -Lo-
pez, presidentg Stan
SENIOR SPANISH C L U B
MEMBERS - Sealed: Irene
Soliz, Janie Templeton, Mary
Lona, C 0 r n i a Dominguez.
Standing' Linda Martinez, Vir-
ginia Lozano, johnny Lopez,
Mary Louise Trevino, Pat Roy.
Pan American Club
SPONSORS: Mrs. johnson and Miss Bill-
ingsley enjoy working with members on club
activities. The Pan American Club, under
their sponsorship, has received a state charter
that has given added importance to the 65-
Is Interesting and Fun
SOPHOMORES SPANISH, CLUB MEMBERS-Front ww.-
jill Smith, Jane Battarbee, Beth Ann Knight, Mary Sanchez,
I Sue Ellen Allen, Linda jones. Second row: Marisela Porras,
Ruth Ann Birkman, Mary Garcia, Pam Stansbury, Linda
Smith, Carol Dominguez. Third row: Jessie Gonzales, Ann
Smith, Gay Cooksey, Gracie Gonzales, Lupe Garcia, Marie
Adame. Top row: Susan Downs, Leah Sanders, Gary Reyn-
olds, Linda Tipton, Carmen Garza, Janell Price.
Liz Moore and Paula Moore decorate an interesting window encour-
aging us to "Learn More About Mexico." Everyone strives toward
making the club fun and improving accents and vocabularies. Pan-
Arnerican Day is usually celebrated with a special party or program.
JUNIOR SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS-Sealed: Phyllis Miller, Paula Moore, Liz Moore, Karen Dauphine, Carolyn Chapa, Janet
Craig, Carmen Lona, Carrie Hebert, Isabel Delgadillo, Mary Balawajder, Wayne Jones. Standing are: Wayne Willson, George Solis,
Roger Cantu, Richard,Kreiter, Stephen Wolfe, Stan Sechler, Beatrice Ybarra, Victoria Solis, Emma Gonzales, 'Dominga Infante, Beat-
rice Gutierrez, Irene Montalvo, Ginger Cloar, Yolanda Avilez, Cecilia Gunter, Ronald Jordan.
A Cappella Choir Presents
MR. JACK BOTTOMS
Outstanding and Original
jane Ann Smith Lexon Faulk
Kathleen Allen Marvin Bates Mary Carolyn Lexon Faulk Evelyn Fogleman
Bill Gilbert Claire judice James Kesman Diane Loukas Patricia lvfathrole
A Cappella Choir
Ivan Miller Erleen Porter
Frances Proft Pat Roy Charlyn Saulsberry Judy Shing
jane Smith janey Templeton Sue Terrell Manette Veazey Wayne
A Cappella Choir Active in Many Areas
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A CAPPELLA CHOIR OFFICERS are: Erleen Porter, Diane Loukas, Frances Proft, Marvin Bates, Judy Shinn, and Gracey Potter.
THE GIRLS' SEXTET INCLUDES: Erleen Porter,
accompanist, Jimmie Livingston, Frances Proft, alto,
Sandy Leman, Gail Pratt, first sopranog Becky Pool,
Brenda O'Quinn, second soprano.
BOYS' QUARTET MEMBERS are: Marvin Bates,
second tenorg Charles McDonald, bassg Bill Scheifley,
first tenorg Lawrence Beasley, accompanist, and Bill
TI-IE ANNUAL CHOIR banquet was highlighted by the appearance of the junior Melody Maids and the presentation of
letters and awards.
They ade Choir News
Choir Sweetheart and Beau
PATSY SMITH AND MARVIN BATES
ALL STATE MEMBERS, include: Charles McDonald and Joan Lyday, alternatesg Brenda O'Quinn
and Marvin Bates.
"Songs of Christmas"
Mixed Chorus and Glee Club Has a
PARTICIPATING IN THE Christmas Program was the Mixed Chorus.
Officers of the Girls'
Glee Club are Pam Lar-
son, Judy Henry, Karen
Tansil, Kathy Wolf, and
Mixed Chorus officers look over music for the
coming program. They are Sandra Beckworth,
Jean Brown, Bo-Peek Patrick, Virginia Oakley,
and Susan Blanchard.
'74 . The Girls' Glee Club presents many interesting programs.
Let's Paint a Picture
Mr. Roger Russell
One of the many work sessions of the Art Club kept the members busily working
before and after school.
OFFICERS ARE: Cheryl Deckard, president, Deeana Huff, vice-president, Mary
Catherine Baggesse, secretary-treasurerg and Bill LaQuey, activity chairman. Kafleen 590914 and Mfifceu Hume? UV fo Pfo'
mote better school spirit by hanging up signs
made for the basketball game.
MEMBERS ARE, Sealed: M. Landers, I. Bess, N. Dix, R. Carcara, H. Green, K. Griffith, L. Romero, J. Collins, L. Owings,
C. Deckard, M. C. Baggesse. Slamiing: B. Smith, E. jungen, K. Olive, J. Johnston, L. Cloar, B. O'Quinn, B. Creswell, B. Cutaia,
G. Griffith, D. Huff, B, LaQuey, M. MeGrew, G. johnson, C, Machalek, S, Crawford, J. Lewis, and R. Stone.
Repertoire Players Encourage Interest
FOOTLIGHTERS ARE, Fifi! 7'01U.' M. Stephens, L. Miller.
Second row: G. Griffith, C. Pittman, C. Anawaty. Third row:
M. Ryan, J. Dickerson, K. Irvine, M. A. Smith. Fourth row:
C. Miguez, P. King, M. C. Baggesse. Fifth row: H. Broussard,
u G. Verboon, D. Nutt. Sixth 1-ow: J. Domingue, M. COX, T.
Richerson, B. Allred.
I MISS MARTHA JOHNSON, sponsor, checks to see that lights
and sound are in good condition as she gets ready for the first
play of the season.
CAST MEMBERS OF "Dust of the Road" are: Sealed: Leslie A SMASHED THUMB is one of the many job hazards in build-
Clary, Manette Veazey, and .ftamz'i1zg.' Larry Sclerandi and Hil- ing a set for "Dust of the Road" agree Larry Quinn, stage man-
ton Hunt. ager, and Ida Nell Diagle, student director.
In High School Dramatics
FOOTLIGHTERS ARE: B. Craig, J. Craig. Second row: B
Barton, I.. Tatum, J. Schiffer. Third row: S. jackson, K. Prohl
E. Dilworth. Fourlla row: H. Fitzner, J. Prejean, S. Laclner, J.
McCuistion. Fifth row: B. A. Knight, N. Stokes, D. Wilson.
Sixzls row: C. Rothman, A. Spears, J. Lusk, L. Clary.
OFFICERS ARE: Manette Veazey, Ida Nell Daigle, Hilton
Hunt, Melba Hebert, Ingrid Wendlandt, Mary Catherine Bag-
gesse, and Marvin Bates.
Helping out with the Costume Drive were Mary
Catherine Baggesse, Marvin Bates, Melba Hebert, Ida
Nell Daigle, Hilton Hunt, and Ingrid Wendlandt.
Drama Students Perform for Class
Silling from left to rigbl:
M. Hebert, I. N. Daigle,
H. Hunt. Standing: L.
Quinn, G. W. Bailey, D.
Huff, M. Benoit, L.
Smith, S. Hutto, M.
Bates, I. Wendlandt, M.
FOOTLIGHTERS ARE, Fimt
ww: P. Hosen, H. Green, S.
Stewart, W. Stroderd. Semnd
row: M. Langdon, L. Bradley,
J. Templeton. Third row: L.
Sclerandi, D. Rogers, K.
Adams, P. Roy, D. Saulsberry.
Fourlh row: R. Robins, L.
Owings, B. LeBlanc, S. E. Al-
len. Fifrb row: B. Scott, G.
Boyle, R. Jones. Sixila row:
1. Mims, P. Walker.
PERFORMING IN FRONT of
the class is a requirement for
every drama student. Presenting
their skit are, Franz row: Linda
Tomlin, Fred Wallace. Second
row: Helen Abraham, Gretchen
Verboon, Mary Clingan, Ida Nell
Daigle, Michelle Stephens. Lax!
raw: Judi Pregean, Lucien Gon-
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Future Business Leaders of America
SENIOR MEMBERS INCLUDE: Firrt row: L. Tomlin, J. Foreman, C. Hilliard, C. Schkade, N. Pace, F. Burdett, P. Breaux,
E. Porter. .Second row: J. Moon, O. Alernan, G. Nusom, O. Smith, D. Loukas, P. Mathrole, M. Veazey, I. Sloiz. Third row:
V. Lozano, M. Mayea, L. Arisco, M. Nacol, V. Thibodeaux, R. Boehme, I. Diagle, L. Smith. Fourth row: J. Maxfield, J.
Johnson, K. Benavidez, H. Holzapfel, G. Macl-zenroth, T. Caughlin, W. Hebert.
Keeping the club's activities up to par are Mrs. Weldon, sponsor
Peggy Breaux, presidentg Andy Foote, vice-presidentg Diane Loukas,
treasurerg Lecretia Smith, reporterg and reared: Dot Peyton, secretary.
Addressing Christmas cards to residents of the Old Fo1k's
Home was the club's holiday chore. Receiving expert advice
on the project from Miss Gunstream are committee members
Olive Smith, Manette Veazey, and Phyllis Moak.
Prepare Students for Business World
Dr. Richard Setzer, dean of business at Lamar Tech, brought
the installation to a close by including the responsibilities of
a good business leader in his enlightening speech.
Erleen Porter, 1959-60 president, admin-
isters the oath of office to the incoming
president Peggy Breaux as she lights her
candle symbolizing the duties she is to
Taking a leading part in the club's activities are these sophomores, Fin! row: Lana
Gulley, Mary Ramariz, Janette Cooper, Pan Hebert. Sammi raw: Katherine Ferguson,
Kay Irion, Judy McFarland. Third row: Mary Capadona, Shirley Sims, Jo Ann Jones,
Janis Fontenot. Fourlh row: Linda Sappington, B. C. Allbright, Carol Peyton, Judy
JUNIOR MEMBERS ARE: Fin! row: I. Delgadillo, B. Wukasch, C. Moerbe, R. Gloria, D. McFadden, J. Davis, E. Collazo,
D. Peyton. Second row: C. Costly, C. Dearmond, K. Dauphine, S. Hutto, E. Wehmeyer, P. Jones, K. Irvine, V. McMillan, D.
Vincent. Third ww: J. Fisher, D. LaFleur,'J. Eaves, A. Foote, C. Anawaty, J. McVey, D. Berg.
Future Doctors Club Newly rganized
SPONSOR MISS ELIZABETH Shaw looks on as president Charles McFatter listens to vice-
president Craig Grant's heart. Secretary Kay Chalmers takes his pulse as George Solis writes
down the findings.
NME? . . . A DOCTOR?" Although all students in FDA do not become doctors, the club fosters an interest in the medical
profession. It provides information about other areas connected with it. Some club activities are field trips, reports on
medical topics, guest speakers from the Heart Association, the Cancer Society, and other medical research organizations,
FUTURE DOCTORS INCLUDE: Front row: N. Pryor, S. Wiggins, S. Benz, S. Arrington, L. Flowers,
K. Chalmers. Second row: C. McCall, R. Robbins, P. Walker, B. Breckenridge, G. Solis. Third row: G.
Randolph, R. Goldblum, T. Caughlin, J. Hicks. Fourth row: R. Dauphine, D. Hollander, L. Weatherington,
C. Roddy, R. Ludwig. Tap row: D. Patterson, G. Tritico, T. Morgan, J. Payne.
Future Lawyers Receive First Charter
THE DEFENSE RESTS . . . now the verdict is
yours, Judge! These may be the statements of the
Future Lawyers in the coming years. The newly
organized Future Lawyers Club is sponsored by
Mr. Roger Griffin and Mr. Rex Copeland and is
composed of students interested in law as a pro-
fession. The main club activity is inviting guest
speakers to tell the students about the "business of
being a lawyer."
MEMBERS OF THE Future Lawyer Club are:
Seated: Tommy Crow and Robert Tantilla. Sefond
row: Kay Chalmers, Kay Thames, and Carolyn
Stokes. T bird row: Robert Hollier, David Van-
Devender, Dub Deloney, and Tom Errington.
HOLDING A PRACTICE court
session are officers Sandra Hutto
secretaryg jerry Allgood, treasurer
Noel Dolce, presidentg jimmy Lowe
vice-presidentg and George Bright
OF the clubs many
guest speakers are
sponsors Rex Cope-
land and Roger
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Thomas Jefferson Club of F-TA
GETTING THE CLUB activities under way are the fall
officers: Carol Smith, Diana Dupy, Linda Ferguson, Pam
Huber, Catherine Dean, Nora de Stieguer, Carolyn Schkade.
MEMBERS OF THE Oldest Fu-
ture Teacher Club are, Firft row:
Diana Dupy, Carolyn Schkade,
Sharon jones, Ann Mock, Sherry
Welch. Second row: Linda Riley,
Carol Smith, Frances Proft, Jo
Ellen johnson, Rebecca Wells,
Peggy McBeth. Third 1-ow: Ann
Miller, Judy Lewis, Liz Moore,
Pam Huber. Fourth row: Sandy
Leman, Pat Wingfield, jean
Holmes, Ann Srnitherrnan.
FINISHING THE YEAR as spring officers are Catherine Dean,
Fan Garrett, Jo Ellen Johnson, Evelyn Fogleman, Cherie D'Abadie,
Mary Ellen Klebba, Pam Huber, Becky Wells.
HELPING LEAD THE way in
club activities are, First row: Mary
Ellen Klebba, Cindy Brantley,
Linda Ferguson, Nora deStieguer,
Virginia McMillan. Second row:
Catherine Dean, Mary Gregory,
Janelle Buvinghausen, Kathleen A1-
len, Elaine Barbay, Ann Killings-
worth. Third row: Cheryl Bradley,
Sherry Barrington, Evelyn Fogle-
man. Fourth row: Sandra Dernler,
Sandy Goff, Fan Garrett.
. M. Sims Club
SERVING FOR A full year are
G. M. Sims officers Libby Sum-
merlin, Linda Riley, Ray Benz,
Sandra Demler, Patty Price, Gail
Flanagan, Marilyn McGuff, Margie
G. M. SIMS MEMBERS include,
Second row: Becky Poole, Margie
ENJOYING A FULL year of activities are members of the
G. M. Sims Club, Pint row: Pam Larson, Charlyne Leman,
Gail Flanagan, Patty Myer, Ray Benz. Sefond row: Gay Cooksey,
Barbara Burks, Susan Downs, Kay Milburn, Carolyn Brite, Sarah
Dezelle, Sandra Green. Third row: Marilyn McGuff, Pat Badger,
Joan Mims, Sally Meadows.
First row: Karen Tansil, janet Underwood, Barbara Walker.
Owens, Peggy Thomas, Patty Price, Jean Straub, Sheri Reeve,
David Miller Club
CHARTER MEMBERS OF the
David Miller Club are, Fira! row:
Susan Marsh, Sharon Sorenson,
Charlotte Hudson. Second row:
Lucy Evans, Toby Cone, Barbara
Criswell, Linda McCorquodale,
Betzy Roussel, Joanne Ludwig.
Third row: Bobby Droddy, Gin-
ger Cloar, Kathy Wolf, Jerry
The David F. Miller Club, organized in 1960,
was named in honor of Mr. David F, Miller, late
principal of Thomas Jefferson. Mr. Miller was so
greatly interested in the advancement of education
that Future Teachers felt that he should be so
Mary Gregory, charter president, presented the
national and local charters to Mrs. Miller and her
daughter Sandy at the installation of the David
Miller Club members.
It has become active in the work that the
Thomas Jefferson Club and the G.M. Sims Club
MEMBERS OF THE David Miller Club enjoy an evening at the Delta
Kappa Gamma Christmas Party. Charlotte Hudson, Sharon Sorenson,
Merinda Jones, and Kathy Wolf receive refreshments from Mrs. Jewell
Hammit, president of Delta Kappa Gamma, and Miss La Verne Mc-
LEADING THE CLUB during the first year are the
officers, Betzy Roussel, Barbara Criswell, Ann Miller,
Ginger Cloar, Mary Gregory, Charlotte Hudson, Joanne
Ludwig, Susan Marsh.
MER! TED MEMBERS
Active Participation Results in Awards
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Mary Ellen Klebba
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FTA Activities Interest
A very strong arm of F.T.A. is its council. Members in-
clude, Seated: Ann Killingsworth, Toby Cone, Janet Under-
wood. Slmzding' Peggy Thomas, Peggy McBeth, Frances
Proft, and Sandy Goff.
Miss Jo Carol Savarino spoke to
the Future Teachers at the Get-
Acquainted Party held in the fall
for prospective members. Enjoying
refreshments with her are F.T.A.
members, Peggy Thomas, Susan
Marsh, Ann Mock, and Jean
Barbara Criswell, reared, was crowned Miss Molly Moron by Frances
Proft at the Initiation Party. Runners-up were Toby Cone, Charlotte
Hudson, and Libby Summerlin.
"Full Back or Fall Back in the Teaching Profession" was the topic
on which the three winners of the local Miss F.T.A. contest spoke.
Linda Ferguson, Sarah Dezelle, and Jo Anne Ludwig also participated
in the district convention.
Members of All Clubs
Miss Mab Lynn Hill
Miss Mary Eunice Vickers '
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0 pomwj Committee chairmens meetings are a necessary part of F.T.A. In.these meet
An important event each
year is the state conven-
tion held on the North
Texas State College cam-
pus. Delegates were Di-
ana. Dupy, Miss Hill,
sponsor, Sandy Goff, Bar-
bara Criswell, Sarah De-
zelle who was unable to
attend, and Jo Anne Lud-
ings many problems of the chairmen are discussed and solved.
An impressive candlelight
ceremony was held for
the induction of new
Future Nurses of America
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA
The Future Nurses of Thomas Jefferson
High School performs many services of im-
portance. The club helps girls choose the right
subjects while in high school, learn about the
various fields of nursing, give service to the
community and become better nurses in hos-
Guiding the Future Nurses to
success were Miss Elizabeth Shaw
Co Sponsor with Mrs Jessie
Judd Miller Sponsor
Striving to make the Future Nurses Club a better one
were Judy Goff, Ann Pardue, Ann Boote, Sandy
Marsh. Sifznding: Lorraine Pulito, Clara Miller, Phyllis
Latiolais, Sue Terrell, Kay Ingo, Lupe Martinez, Lydia
Ruiz, and Gay Hubert,
Helping pack to go home was one of the many chores performed at St.
Mary's Hospital by Lorraine Pulito, Kathleen Allen and Lydia Ruiz.
Striving to sell programs at the football
games is Pam Hebert. Mr. Lonnie Devall
was always a buyer,
Decorating a tree and presenting gifts to the children in Pediatrics Ward at St.
Mary's Hospital were Carolyn Domingue, Jane Batterbee, Betsy Welburn, Carol
Midgette. Slzmding: Sue Terrell, Mary Balawajder, Gayle Randall, Lorraine Pulito,
Kay Ingo, Phyllis Latiolais.
Gain Hospital Experience
Anxiously awaiting hospital work are these
sophomores: Alzina Gauthier, Diana Flores,
Judy McFarland, Jackie Clingaman, Pam
Hebert, Laurenda Babin, Beth Gartin, June
Moss, June McWilliams, Diane Grantham,
Brenda Stone, Janice Whelpy, Mary Bandy,
Prissy Truett, Alice Molino, Jessie Gon-
zales, Delia Estorga. Back raw: Judy Eng-
lish, Lora Taylor, Cinda Pettaway, Marilyn
Kitchens, Marion Court, Rita Mason, Becky
Hudson, Jane Batterbee, Diann Borel,
Phyliss Latiolis, Sandy Hebert, Janet Mon-
roe, Janet Martin, Sandra McDonald, Caro-
lyn Domingue, Eloise DeLos Santos.
Seeing that every patient has proper care while at the hospital
were Clara Miller and Johnnie Ruth English.
Working for their pins and guards were the Juniors:
Floy Abshire, Linda Turner, Mary Dixon, Reva Bullock,
Gayle Randall, Sharon Landry, Ann Dartez, Kathleen
Boutin, Kay Ingo, Renell d'Augereau, Nancy Pryor,
Ethel Gresham, Judi Davis, Lorraine Pulito, Jean Har-
den, Claudia Pitts, and Clara Miller.
At Christmas time the girls gave candy and cookies to the
Proctor Street Rest Home. On the committee, Siziizzg: Lupe
Martinez, Linda Turner, Sandy Marsh, Diann Borel. Suzzzdingx
Judy Goff, Pam Hebert, Claudia Pitts, Clara Miller and Jessie
Scrapbook Places First
First place on the scrapbook and second
place on the annual report were received by
Kay Ingo and Ann Boote. Delegates to the
convention were Susan Holtman, Ann Par-
due and Judy Goff.
Senior Future Nurses
Rose Ann Glorioso
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Box Drive Made Successful by JRC
MISS MILLER DISCUSSES plans for the club with the 1960-61 officers:
Carol DuBois, vice-president, Hanna Hampton, president, Carolyn Benson,
THE GIFT BOX drive was made a success by secretary, Janis Davis, reporter, and Janis Moon, treasurer.
the hard working senior members, from lop, lefl
to right, are: D. Hollander, T. Richardson, F.
Moak, 1. Goff, C. Benson, M. Trevino, C. Schkade,
S. jones, J. Goff, N. Christian, G. Jourbert, J.
Davis, J. Moon, C. DuBois, and A. Hudson.
BEGINNING THEIR FIRST YEAR in the club were
sophomores, from lop, lefz to right: S. Sims, L. Sapping-
ton, j. English, J. Moss, D. Van Deavandor, C. Midgette,
B. LeBlanc, S. Honeycutt, J. Booth, S. Sandoval, K. Prohl,
J. Meaux, and J. Smith.
ENERGETIC JUNIOR MEMBERS from top, left to right,
are: D. DeYoung, J. Quinn, L. Anderson, P. Colletti,
D. Elam, S. Barnes, L. Tatum, K. Dauphine, H. Hampton,
L. McCorquodile, R. Villareal, C. Chapa, L. Pulito, E.
Wehmeyer, S. Hutto, G. Blackwell, S. Leman, and Mary
Slide Rule Club
Using a slide rule is a short Cut to many answers when
you know how this instrument works. Not only engineers,
but doctors, nurses and scientists can make use of a slide
rule. ,To give TJ students that something extra in the way
of a beginning, Mrs. LaVerna Kiefer has sponsored an
early morning volunteer class in the use of the slide rule.
Interested students have made the effort to get to school
extra early for the instruction.
Seniors will make immediate use of slide rule knowledge in
chemistry, physics, and trig classes. They are Firrt raw: R. Devil-
lier, M. Bates, N. Sirman, J. Landry, E. jurischk. Second row:
L. Parent, R. Duhon, -M. Berry, M. Ryan, C. Kirkendall, D.
Green. Third 1-aw: J. Price, B. Gilbert, C. Killingsworth, C.
Moritz, J. LeBlanc. Fourth row: B. Mahaffey, C. Grant, W.
LeBlanc, C. Romero, D. Dupy. Fifzh row: B. Pitre, I. Hanson, V.
Roll, B. Darnell, S. Tyson, P. McCue. Sixth row: I. Moyer, J.
Wallace, S. jones, B. Heath, C. Smith. Seventh row: I. Coffman,
K. johnson, W. Roussel, N. Coleman. Eighth row: H. Cazemier,
C. McFatter, M. Coffman.
Funny, funny answers must be the
rule for juniors D. Landry, C. Mc-
Donald, E. Scharlfer, P. Solis, K.
Hurwitz, J. Lee, G. Miertschin, B.
I. Fett, L. Weathington, R. Mc-
Conathy, R. Cantu, R. Gooch, P.
Walder, E. Landry, W. Johnston
B. Boles, J. Riche, I. Queen. Sil-
zing: L. Pulito, C. Gunter, M. Lan-
der, P. Matte.
Sophomores came to
school early to learn that
it's a Slide Rule, not a
"slip stick." They in-
clude T. Townsend, D.
Lee, L. Lokey, D. Gan-
non, L. Cavaretta, R.
Manley, B. Knight, C.
Landry, R. Loewenstein,
R. Trow, H. jean.
Distributive Education . . . Gateway to Success
SUNNY MCQUEEN DEMONSTRATES a model's pose to a group of D. E. students: C. Mallet,
G. Morris, P. Burge, A. Dore, B. Melancon, F. Ezell, D. Berg, B. Soileau, R. Reeves, I. Plagman,
R. joffrion, R. Warner, S. Powell. In foreground are: E. Wilson, G. Anderson, A. Powers, C.
Smith, G, Yentzen, J. Vincent.
Distributive Education stu-
dents attend classes only one half
day, spending the rest of the
day working, They are able to
attain much knowledge of sales-
manship, discipline, and the
know-how to get along with and
meet other people. During the
school year D. E. students earned
EVELYN BROUSSARD, 20 Cm- MRS. DELL HILLE, Co-Ordinator
ployee of Weingartens, was chosen
by businessmen of Port Arthur to
be this yearls D. E. Queen.
PERIOD 2, from lefl zo riglvz, are: C. Ienna, B. Sherwood, W. Trahan, L, Stansbury, and L. Tate.
Second row: J. Hollier, B. Baker, J. Buvinghausen, C. COX, S. Corley, E. Broussard., P. Suttle, and
H. Bodden. Third row: J. Sullivan, R. Cowling, J. Ziegler, L. Davolous, B. Hicks, D. judice
B. Feltman, P. Craig, J. Arnold, M. Bailey, and Frank Andrews.
Banquet Ends Successful Year
Accepting gifts for being named
as outstanding D. E. students for
the 1960-61 school year are Mike
Bailey and Gail Anderson.
Held at the Port Arthur Country
Club, the Annual D. E. Banquet
was noted by many as one .of the
best. Attendants shown are the
D. E. students with their bosses.
Sealed 20 the left are: Hall Cole,
last year's national D. E. president,
along with Mr. W. F. McCurdy,
guest speaker for the event.
Students listen attentively to sales
demonstration given by Roy Gaspard.
Slmzdifzg, from lefl to rigbl, are: C.
Berry, M. Hubel, H. Davis, J. Mey-
ers, B. Holtman, J. Davis, D. jones,
and T. Letulle. Seated, left fo fight
mzrzirzg at bark, are: G. Bernauer, R.
Abshire, W. Alexander, F. Kinnaird,
E. J. Mason, S. Morgan, N. Ander-
son, R. Harris, B. Tapp, S. Ham-
mock, M. Talbert, S. Gallion, B.
Vidrine, C. Burke, S. Kerr, C. Rouly,
-T. Scherry, and jerry Ann Sherman.
Linda I.eBeouf, D. E. Sweetheart,
receives a gift from the D. E.
Club 'plus a kiss from Frank An-
drews, who made the presenta-
The State D. E. Convention, this year held in Galveston, was attended by seven
delegates from Thomas jefferson. Making ready for the trip are, left to right:
Linda Jones, Elizabeth Wilson, Sonny McQueen, Gail Anderson, Gene Yenzen,
Lynn Stansbury, and Mike Bailey.
Mr. Roger Russell
Gwen Griffith, David Kay, Frank Maronto, and Bobby Smith, officers
of the Camera Club, examine a roll of film which they have just
"Look at the birdie," says David Kay to Linda Bradley, as he
snaps a quick picture of her. Other members looking on are:
Fim' raw: Bobby Smith, Van Roll, Edwin Jurischk, Eddie jun-
gen, Linda Turner, Francis Latiolais, Linda Owings. Second row:
john LeBlanc, 'Deeana Huff, Judy Lewis, Linda Axtel, Gwen
Griffith, Mary Cathering Baggesse, Betty Cutaia.
Projectors Club Interests Movie Minded
THE PROJECTORS CLUB,
sponsored by Mr. Gus
Schmeltzer, is composed en-
tirely of boys who are inter-
ested in learning about movie
projectors. The club helps
many different classes by
showing related films to
them. The boys work in this
club during their study hall
Members seated are: Eugene Larson, Ash
ton Hecker, and Larry Hathaway. Serond
raw: Jerry Ratley, Tommy Fox, Joe Lan
dry, and Tim Clarkson. Third raw: Tom-
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"What's this button for?"
asks Grady Miller as Spon-
sor Gus Schmeltzer and
Charles Bilbo get ready to
supply the right answer.
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The Chess Club gaze upon Mr. Clinton in amaze-
ment, while he is in deep thought trying to figure
out a tough play. Rufus Manley tries to point out
a play for him. The rest of the club are from left
to right: Sharon Austin, Elizabeth Dilworth, George ll
Bright, Tommy Morgan, Sandra Kerr, Norris Elliot,
Mr. Doyle C'liI1fOI1 joseph Pommier, Don Twigg, Roderick Hill, Wil-
Spmzfor liam Batic, Bob Lowenstien, and Bill Bigler.
Left: Sharon Austin and Right: Tommy Morgan looks like he is in trouble as Don
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Inducts Sixty-six Members
Mary Louise Trevino
HS Donates Books
SERVING NHS AS officers are: john Wallace president' Linda Riley, historiang
Judy Shinn, secretary-treasurerg Randy Goldblum,,vice-president.
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MR. DEVALL PRESENTS each NHS mem-
ber with his ribbon at the formal induction
BOOKS INCREASE KNOWLEDGE agree
the members of the National Honor Society.
Presenting three books from the club to our
library are: Jo Ann Gerace, Frances Proft
and julie LeBlanc.
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Mrs. Martha Godwin
Sophomores and Juniors Receive Honor Wards
Earning the junior "A" average awards were
Bill Scheifley, Ann Miller, and Mabel Baker
The award was presented at the awards pro
gram by Mr. Gott.
MRS. ED LOFTON looks on as Carl Greig
and Ken Hurwitz are presented the Cham-
ber of Commerce Essay Award by a repre-
sentative from the Chamber of Commerce.
MR. GOTT PRESENTS straight "A" average awards to George
Bright and Dwight Klages. These sophomores maintained straight
"A's" throughout the year.
Carl Greig, Ann Miller, Rob Savoie,
and Bill Scheifley display the certifi-
cates presented to them as winners of
the American Chemical Society.
Service: Heraldsi Keyword to Success
I-IERALDS-THE SERVICE organi-
zation of TJ .... I School spirit sag-
ging? Heralds rush paint, paper and
handy slogans to revive it.
One of the most impressive assembly
programs of the year was done in the
interest of patriotism with I-Ieralds tak-
ing the lead.
What will I wear . . .! Who will I
ask? This was the cry of many TJ.
students as they made plans to attend
the Homecoming Dance sponsored by
Heralds. In addition to sponsoring this
oustanding school activity, I-Ieralds also
helped in the spring elections and Open
House. ,Civic minded Herald members
also collected magazines for the Nich-
ADDING THE FINISHING touches to
the decorations for the Homecoming dance
are: Tommy Caughlin, Virginia Oakley,
BOOSTING SCHOOL SPIRIT are officers Jeanie Hollings
worth, treasurerg Nova Lynn Coleman, secretary Bob Brecken
ridge, vice-presidentg Peggy McBeth, president
SLOGAN CONTEST WINNER Barbara Wallace was presented a cor
sage by Herald President Peggy McBeth.
CLOSING THE YEAR of Herald
activities are senior members, Fin:
row: Peggy McBeth, Judy Shinn,
Jeanie Hollingsworth, Claudette
Hilliard, Susan White, Janis Moon,
Janice Foreman. Second row: Nova
Coleman, Karen Smith, Sharon
Jones, Cindy Brantley, Carol Du-
Bois, Virginia Oakley. Third row:
Bob Breckenridge, Shary Crawford,
Carol Smith, Carol Moritz, Cathe-
rine Dean, Ray Ludwig.
ACTIVITIES are Fifi! Raw:
Windy Wingfield, Cherie
D'Abadie, Janelle Buving-
hausen, Pat Doyle, Alice
Hudson, Peggy Breaux, Di-
ane Loukas, Second ww:
Linda Tomlin, Mary Ellen
Klebba, Karen Byrd, Diana
Dupy, Merrill Moss. Third
row: John Wallace, Roy
Hooks, Gene Davis, Tommy
CHECKING COMMITTEE REPORTS are the Herald co-sponsors Miss Marilyn Davis and Mrs.
Juniors and Seniors Participate in Club
TIES for the first
time are, Pint row:
Rachel Gloria, Sharon
Sibley, Kay Dartez,
Judi Prejean, Ann
row: Sandra Demler,
Mary Womack, Pam
Moyer, Paula Colletti,
Third row: B. J. Fett,
G. W. Bailey, Buddy
ALDS THIS year are,
Firrt row: jean Har-
den, Patsy Smith, Judy
Lewis, Fan Garrett,
N o r a deSteiguer,
Karen O'Brien. Sef-
ond row: Martha
Smith, Ann Miller,
Lucille Miller, Shirley
Looper, Jolene Eaves,
Gracey Potter, Gret-
chen Verboon. Third
row: Louis Smith, Ray
Orrill, Carl Greig,
Mike Landry, Stan
a magazine drive to
help The Nicholas
Home are: Karen
Smith, Alice Hudson,
Fan Garrett, Ann
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MRS. MIKE REDMAN
THE PILOT and THE YELLOW JACKET
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THEY THOUGHT IT couldn't be done . . . but we did it! Even with the hustle and bustle and all The noise of the sixth
period journalism class, the final shipment was completed and the annual was on its way to the publisher.
Checking copy on the
triplicate sheets with
junior editor Carol
"Sophomores, bless them,
are so numerous!" ex-
claim Olivia Aleman and
Scott are section work-
ers Ann Killingsworth,
who shouldered the
load during the editor's
absence, Gayle Eck, and
Linda Owings as they
complete identification On'
the largest class section
in the yearbook.
Completing a successful faculty section were Pat Daniel
and Catherine Dean. Business Manager Claudette Hil-
liard, rented, checked figures to keep the annual
3-.fic-kin in Pmflupf
Taking time out from checking senior activity
sheets are Susan White, Tommy Caughlin,
Janice Foreman, and Sabra Trahan. Work
on the senior section was supervised by Sen-
ior Editor Karen Byrd.
Learning the correct procedure for handling their sections are, Seated:
Nelda Pace and Peggy Breaux, favorite-sg Sue Gartin, clubs and organizations
editor. Slfzndifzgs Linda Tomlin and Glenn Stillwell, activitiesg Carolyn
Stokes, assistant clubs and organizations editor.
any Plans Are Made
Planning the Spirited and Future sections
were clockwise: starting at twelve are:
jean Kay Domingue, Susan Marsh, Linda
Reeves, Carol Miguez, Linda Martinez, Di-
ane Loukas, Helen Abraham, Mary Cathe-
Using their own ideas on the sections assigned to them were, Fir!! row:
Leni Anderson, Governmentg Sarah Lowther, junior Red Crossg Carolyn
Romero, Slide Rule. Second row: Maurice Bellor, Chess and Camera
Clubsg Frank Andrews, Distributive Educationg and jerry Ratley, Pro-
Working on the Spirited
and Future sections were,
Lam raw: Carolyn
Schkade, Jane Goff, Mary
Margaret Abshire, Sandy
Marsh, Gloria Morris,
and Mary Helen Rame-
riz. Seated: Sandra Nu-
nez and Ingrid Wend-
As Section orkers Complete Cop
ADVERTISING STAFF SPENT
many hours checking and re-
checkin the names and addresses
of all the firms which will ap-
pear in the annual. Members of
the staff are Dorothy Bodden,
Kathy Irvin, Sandy Jackson, janet
Doyle, jackie Hale, Kathryn Rus-
sell, and feared: Linda jones, sec-
LOAFING AFTER THE job is done are the members of the
football staff, Seated: Harvey Reeves, editor, Alton Matthews,
Don Ball, and Stamiizzg: Dicky Legate.
SPORTS STAFFERS TAKE a
look at the good spring weather:
Ralph Teran, trackg Louis May,
basketballg Larry McCrary, golf
and tennis, Karen O'Brien, girls'
sports editorg Mary Lou Wagner,
girls' sports, Roy Hooks, baseball.
PAT DOLYLE, EDITOR-in-chief looks over a finished copy
of the PILOT.
Pilot Receives Distinguished
CHARLES BILBO, SPORTS
editor, says "Charlie Pre-
dicts" that staff writer Allen
Guest and news editor Judy
Goff may win awards for
their good copy.
COPY NEEDED? An editorial .must be written? Gretchen
Verboon, feature editor, and Sandra Smith, news editor,
proved invaluable in producing the 1960-1961 Pilot.
A MAD RUSH occurs when the assignment sheet is posted in the second period class.
RAY CATES, FAR right, nor-
mally works on sports, but he
appeared just in time to be pho-
tographed with Marcelle Hunter,
reporter, Nancy Hebert, secre-
tary, Cheryl Chatagnier and Car-
olyn Cody, reporters.
CLOWNING BEFORE THE as-
signment sheet went up are Kay
Thames, Kay Adams, and Jolene
COPY WAS NOT always easy
to produce, but Pilot staffer Edith
Hammock was always eager to type
for Barbara Glaze, Grady Miller,
Mary Trokee, and Dominga In-
TJ 'S Official Newspaper
CUB REPORTERS NEED expert print-
SHARON SCOTT, CENTER, checks roll while Shary Crawford posts copy dummy The Pilot
for the printer. Versatile Karen Smith checks spelling for a news story.
ers Willie G. jones and Gene Jackson
to make the copy look its very best.
ONE OF THE
e a r l y exciting
e v e n t s of the
year came when
several b r a-n d
new reporters in-
Pictured w i t h
the Crewcuts are
Pat Doyle, Gret-
Sandra S m i t h,
and Judy Goff.
NOT, sports fea-
ture writer, and
Myra Hull, re-
porter, h e l p e d
make news writ-
out of the usual
run of classes.
SPORTS NEWS AND the opportunity to drift out to the gym intrigued Jeff Dumesnil, james
Maxfield, Dick judice, Gervis Midgette, Neil Higginbotham, and Micka Primeaux.
T J Cheerleaders
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Guard it, don't let it get away,
One more flight
ought to do it.
MRS. HELEN NEUMANN 2l9
Twenty-two Graduating Seniors
Fulfilling the official duties of their present position are: J. Smith, treas-
urer, C. McFatter, presidentg S. Nunez, vice-preside-ntg S. Tyson, secre-
taryg E. Fogleman, librariang J. Shinn, reporter, R. jones, band managerg
N. Coleman, drum majorg S, Gartin, head majoretteg R. Savoie, student
directorg C. Brantly, head Color guard, A. Miller, assistant drum majorg
S. Smith, historian.
Sarah Ann Lowther
Honored at making the All-Region Band are, Bottom row:
B. Heath, R. Orrill, G. Bright, J. Doty, M. Hart. Second
row: T. Logan, J. Smith, S. Gartin, M. Dixon, R. jayroe.
Top row: C. Peterson, L. Byrd, N. Sirman, B. Lequeux, B.
Gartz. N. Sirman and G. Bright also made the All-State
Take Lead in Bandis Activities
Mary Beth Tennant
Bright and early every morning, these sleepy-eyed members are always-at least neaify always-ready to put their best note
Guards Add Interest to Performances
Assistant student director Rob Savoir listens attentively as Director john
L. Badgett points out a few hints on directing.
Head Color Guard
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LINDA PARENT SUSAN MARSH MARY ARISCO
Band Participates in
The concert band, consisting of 115
musicians, took top honors in Inter-
scholastic League Contests in sight
reading and concert playing. Many
individuals also won top division
jeffersonians form the jazz band unit of the Maroon and Gold Band.
Their contributions to assembly programs and the concert added sparkle
to these occasions.
More than half the fun of the trip to San Antonio was in the planning Activities of the baud i1'1C11lde assembly Pf08f2mS, football
of the early morning departure.
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is the marching I as it leaves the field.
The game is over, the school flag is furled,
and it's another victory for this school.
At the traditional joint maneuver of the Port Neches-Groves and Port
Arthur bands, the letters of each school were formed as the crowd joined
in singing the school songs.
maneuvers, contests, the Band Review, and the annual trip.
Excitement prevailed at the bonfire as band members yelled, "Scalp the
Indians," and we did just that.
Red Hussar Drum and Bugle Corps
When' the Red Hussar Drum and Bugle Corps
flashes past in parade formation, Port Arthurans view
the best drill team in the area. Girls are chosen for
their outstanding posture, rhythm, coordination and
MISS NANCY MCCLAIN
OLIVIA ALEMAN SHARON JONES
Bugle Sergeant Drum Sergeant
Majorettes Add Color to Well-Chosen Corps
PAT DANIEL JEANIE HOLLINGSWORTH
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BO PEEP PATRICK CLAUDETTE HILLIARD
Forty-one Graduating Seniors Bid Farewell to
Mary Ellen Klebba
The Corps consrstmg of 102 members performed spectacular maneuvers before hundreds of football fans and cheered the team on to the
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One of the spirit boosters of the season was a clock formation with
the hands pointing to 7:45 pm saying, "Time to Win, jackets!"
Leading the Corps during the fall semester were officers, Knee-
ling: S. jones, O. Aleman. Connler Clorkwiie: K. Dartez, P
Huber, A. Killingsworth, S. Sibley, H. Hampton, S. White, K.
Byrd, J. Moon, P. Breaux, V. Oakley, K. Snoek, E. Porter.
Center: A. Lofton. Center Counter Clarkwiiex B. P. Patrick
J. Hollingsworth, L. Tomlin, P. Daniel, C. Hilliard.
i Susan Holtman and Merrill
5 Moss are typical Hussars who
filled the gym with the thun-
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A good time was had by all at the Hussar Ball agree Sherry each Pep ra-Hy.
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the Public Relations Committee. Left to righf: Donna Blanchard,
Susan Riegner, Peggy McBeth, Carol Moritz, Mary Gregory.
Senlezzf' Phyllis Moak.
The Year's Activities
Entertaining at the Hussar Ball with their interpretation of
"Young Blood" are Helen Abraham, Jeanie Hollingsworth, Vir-
ginia Oakley, Sabra Trahan, and Pat Daniel.
Keeping those hard-earned white boots spotless is a
job skillfully mastered by each Hussar. Combining
work with pleasure are Diana Dupy, Nora de Stei-
geur, Mary Ellen Klebba, Glenda McDaniel and
The spirit-filled Corps helped make each pep rally
members with gifts and good luck.
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Yellow Jacket Coaching Staff
Line Coach BOB BILLINGS
THE PLAYER'S PRAYER
to be a good sport in this little game of life. I don't ask for
lineupf-play me anywhere You need me. I only ask for
of what I've gotg and if all the tough breaks seem to come my
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understand that theqfgame is full of knocks
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Jackets Start Season Victorious
BARRY ANDERSON DONALD CAIN CARL CARTER
Senior junior Senior
Quarterback-No. 15 End-No. 82 Halfback-No. 29
Oct. 9. The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets started the 1960
season right by defeating the Jesse jones Falcons of Houston,
28-14 in the opening game of the season.
Twice in the first quarter jackets got inside the Falcon 15
yard line, only to meet stiff defense. The big break came when
Dickie Legate recovered a fumble on the Jones 16 yard line.
Three plays later fullback Kyle Haines rammed over from the
two. The try for the extra point failed.
The jones Falcons soon tied the score, set up on a long run
by a jones speedster. Five minutes later the jackets went ahead
to stay. From the jones 38, halfbacks Don Tetreault and
Bobby Woodson teamed with Ronny Landry to carry the ball
to the one, then fullback Lamar Lawson went over, and re-
peated with-the extra point. The Jackets scored on their first
effort in the second half. Covering 72 yards in 16 plays, the
Jackets scored from the six with the fullback trap and Kyle
Haines' efforts. The big fullback also added the extra points.
Four plays deep in the last quarter the Jackets got their final
counter. Fullback Lamar Lawson, on a fullback trap, exploded
for 36 yards and put the ball on the Falcon one yard line.
He plowed also over from the one to put the cap on the
The jones Boys got their final T.D. by an 8 yard pass. They
also added the extra points via a pass.
The Jacket defense showed its stuff by recovering two of
four jones fumbles and also holding the Falcons to 200 yards
rushing. With the defense and the fullback trap the Jackets
got onto the victory road, which eventually led to an 11 and 2
Quarterback Ronny Landry 1115 hands the ball off to fullback Kyle Haines for a gain of five yards.
Jackets Suffer First Defeat
Halfback Bobby Woodson C225 gains yardage against Baytown. Other identifiable jackets are jimmy johnson G65 and Kyle
fBaytown, Sept. 115
In front of 13,300 surprised fans the Baytown Ganders were
able to defeat the Port Arthur Yellow jackets with a final
score of 21-0.
The first mistake by the Jackets was a fumble on their own 3
yard line. The Ganders recovered the ball and went on for the
The second mistake was not being able to find a defense for
the 85 yard touchdown drive put up by the Baytown Ganders.
It was not until the fourth quarter that the jackets were
able to find an opening. Early in the fourth quarter jimmy
johnson pounced on a loose ball that got away from a Gander
ball carrier. Haines and Woodson moved the ball to the 16
yard line. The jackets were then penalized 15 yards, and on
the fourth down, Ronny Landry was overwhelmed by the
Ganders when he tried to throw a pass.
A 50 yard drive which carried the Jackets to the Gander 16
yard line was halted by the final gun.
GENE DAVIS MIKE DOYLE LEONARD DUCKWORTH
Senior Sophomore Senior
End-N0 84 Halfback-No. 28 Tackle-N0 74
Jackets Bump Off Undefeated Odessa
Halfback Ronnie Thompson tries to evade Odessa tackler to pick up valuable yardage during a crucial moment of the game.
The Yellow jackets started the scoring against Odessa late in
the initial period when they took over the ball on the Odessa
forty-nine yard line. Quarterback Ronnie Landry, after several
attempts, handed the ball to Kyle Haines who scampered over
for the point.
In the second half the Jackets again drove to the Odessa
goal line. They were stopped after a hard drive on the 1 yard
line. Then Ronnie Thompson carried for two successive times
for a total of nine yards. Lamar Lawson blasted for thirteen
downs to the one. He then smashed into the end zone with
four minutes and forty-two seconds left in the quarter and
with no other scoring taking place ending the game with a
14-O victory for the jackets.
JAMES GUIDRY Fullback-No. 53 JAY 1-HCK3
Tackle-No. 77 End-No. 80
Jackets Romp Brownsville 48-0
ROY HOOKS . JERRY KIDD
Senior T junior
Halfback--No. 21 JIMMY JOHNSON Fullback-NO. 36
Before an exceptionally large crowd, the Port Arthur Yellow
Jackets shocked everyone with a brilliant first half attack.
The Jacket defense was strictly up to par, as was the Offense.
The Jackets built up a 54-O halftime lead.
Bobby Woodson scored three out of the five touchdowns.
The other two were scored by Russell Stout and Jimmy Lee.
Included in the Port Arthur total was one of football's most
unusual ways to score. Russell Stout covered kickoff in the
opponents' end zone. Harvey Reeves intercepted a pass and re-
Haines bucked across from the one yard line for the score.
After no scoring in the third quarter, things began to move
once again in the fourth quarter. The last touchdown of the
game came with only thirty seconds of the game left when
Jackets' Kyle Haines crashed through to block an Eagle punt.
Haines pounced on the ball but because of his momentum
he bounced offp Then Lee covered the ball and was credited
with the Jackets' touchdown. Mike Doyle led the Jackets
in yardage thus ending the slaughter.
turned it to the opponents' 25 yard line. Seven plays later,
Sophomore Halfback Mike Doyle. Q85 stiff-arms a Brownsville player. Offering help are Don Tetreault f25j and Lamar Law-
Jackets Even Dispute With Ray Texans
jackets board bus for Corpus Christi to settle an old feud with the defending state champions of 4-AAAA.
Oct. 8. The Port Arthur Yellow Jackets got even with the
team that defeated them a year before in Texas AAAA Semi
Finals. The score was evened when the jackets upset the Ray
Texans on their homefield 20-6.
The first jacket tally came after a Texan kick died on the
jacket 47. The Texans were barred from that point on by
Kyle Haines and Bobby Woodson. Woodson proved the
principal impetus with a 16 yard run. Then with 5:54
minutes left in the first half, Kyle Haines bulled over from
the six. john Sonnier added the extra point.
On the ensuing kickoff, Harvey Reeves rammed into the
Texan ball carrier, causing him to fumble, and Bobby Wood-
son recovered. From that point on the 25 yard line, the
Jackets battered their way to the one yard line where Haines
again got the touchdown. Sonnier made good the extra point.
The Texanis lone score came on a nifty 24 yard hand off
play that thoroughly confused the Jacket defense.
The jackets' final T.D. drive was a tribute to sheer bruising
power football. Ronnie Thompson received the final honors.
Thompson scored from one yard out and put an end to the
scoring for the night.
By intercepting three Texan passes and recovering three enemy
fumbles, the Jacket defense again stood out with brute strength.
The jackets allowed the 1959 Texas State AAAA Champs only
212 yards in running and passing.
CHARLES KILLINGSWORTH Center-No. 55 LANDRY
Managers Help Make a Successful Season
ROISTNY LANDRY LAMAR LAWSON RICHARD LEGATE
.Tumor Senior Senior
Quarterback-No. 11 Fullhack-No. 32 Tackle-No. 70
Manager Chuck Stroud wipes the face Managers George and Larry Triebel take a JAMES MAXFIELD
of Joe Landry, as Landry gets a well pause for the photographer during their work. Senior
earned rest. Tackle-No. 76
jackets are honored at after-school pep rally.
Haines crashes through for short yardage against the Indians. Identifiable
jackets are Harvey Reeves f62j and Ronny Landry fllj.
Fullback Kyle Haines rambles on as Jackets defeat
With Fullback Kyle Haines leading the way the
Port Arthur Yellow Jackets defeated the Port Neches+
Groves Indians 20-11. Haines led by scoring all three
of the jacket touchdowns.
The Indians scored first by a field goal, and led 3-O.
Then the big fullback scored on a run of 57 yards,
which was the first of the three. The other two were
runs of 17 and 11 yards.
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Jackets Open District With Homecoming
Homecoming Queen Jeanie Hollingsworth re-
ceives flowers from Mr. Clyde Gott, prin-
cipal of Thomas Jefferson. Miss Hollings-
worth is escorted by Kyle Haines and Bobby
Climaxing a week of exciting activi-
ties including the shirt tail parade, the
bonfire, and the night pep rally was
the Homecoming game. Before a crowd
of excited spectators the Port Arthur
Yellow jackets chalked up a significant
victory. Jeanie Hollingsworth was
crowned Homecoming Queen by Mr.
Clyde Gott. She was chosen by the
senior members of the football squad.
Dad's Night was also Observed during
this game. Each Dad encouraged his
son from the sideline.
Fathers of the Yellow jackets look the situation over carefully and decide what
can be done to aid their sons.
Ronny Landry shows how it should be done. Coming in to assist are Dickie Legate 4703
and Barry Anderson 4155.
Jackets Down Inspired Purple Eleven 14-9 V
Landry connects with Woodson on a touchdown pass against the Purples. jackets.went on to win a hard fought 14-9 victory over
a fired up team of Purples.
A rainy Friday night was the scene of a hard-fought battle,
which at the final gun, favored the Jackets by a 14-9 score.
The only Purple T.D. came late in the second quarter, but the
jackets bounded back for a 7-6 halftime lead.
Following the Purple touchdown, Jackets put the ball into
play on their own 42. Then the fireworks started. Quarter-
back Ronny Landry threw two consecutive passes to Bobby
Woodson. This moved the ball to the 18 yard line. Then after
three more la s Landr again connected with Woodson, this
The Purples came back in the second half with plenty of
fight left. With over 7 minutes left in the third period the
Punples again made the scoreboard light via a 28 yard field
goal. The jackets then started to fight for their lives. Late in
the final quarter the Jackets started the drive that won them
With the jackets in possession of the ball on the 22 yard
line, they introduced a series of plays that gave the jackets
their final score.
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GARY MILLER BOBBY RABUCK
Halfback-No. 26 End-No. 89
Jackets Stomp Greenies, Prepare for Orange, 19-6
BENNY SORGEE RUSSELL STOUT
End-No. 85 End-No. 88
Port Arthur Yellow Jackets romped past South Park by 19-6. the Jackets to take the ball out of the danger zone.
Kyle Haines scored all three touchdowns on runs of one yard, The Greenies finally drew first blood, making the score 6-O,
83 yards and 22 yards, His total yardage against the Greenies but the quick jackets evened the score in the second half.
was 178 yards. South Park received the opening kickoff and Returning from half time the fired-up jackets scored 13
slashed to the Port Arthur 5. Barry Anderson, the Jflfikf-It more points with Sonnier kicking the extra points.
safety, intercepted a pass from Robert McNeil which enabled
Halfback Ronnie Thompson carries the ball for a good gain against the Greenies. Tackle Leonard Duckworth 174D is shown in back-
Jackets Win District by Defeating Orange 14-O
jackets line up for opening kickoff against Orange and prepare to defend District lead.
Before a near capacity throng in the Yellow jacket Stadium, the Yellow Jackets de-
feated the Orange Tigers 14-O.
Fullback Kyle Haines went 14 yards for a first quarter touchdown. In the fourth
period fullback Lamar Lawson crashed three yards for a touchdown. John Sonnier
kicked the point after both tallies. Kyle Haines made a third quarter run which totaled
24 yards from scrimmage, Later in the third quarter Jacket guard Harvey Reeves recov-
ered a Tiger fumble on the Tiger 32 yard line. Two plays later halfback Bobby Woodson
was called on and raced for 40 yards, this only to be erased by a clipping penalty.
The jackets made 15 first downs to the Tigers' 7. Port Arthur lost 25 yards on
penalties while Orange was also penalized 25 yards. Orange had three punts for an
average of 32 yards per punt. The jackets punted 5 times for a 25 yard average.
Woodson crashes through for yardage against the Tigers.
Jackets Wham Buffs 39-0
RONNIB THOMPSON BOBBY WOODSON TONY SLAUPUS
Junior Senigf junior
Halfback-No. 10 Halfback-No. 22 Guard-No. 66 '
The Port Arthur Yellow jackets were thrown into the bi-district playoffs when
they defeated the French High Buffs of Beaumont 59-O.
During the first quarter of play the jackets had blasted their way to two big
touchdowns and a 14-0 lead. The first came when Ronnie Thompson cracked over
from the three. John Sonnier kicked the extra point. The next time the Jackets
took possession of the ball they powered in 11 plays 50 yards to a touchdown.
Only once did French own the ball during the entire game. That was when Spencer
White, was was just about all of the Buffs' offense, sparked a short push to the
Porth Arthur 30.
Dickey Legate recovered a fumble by White early in the third, and three downs
later Haines tallied from the four. Late in the third quarter the Jackets made a 47
yard drive after Landry returned a punt 34 yards. Lawson exploded through left
tackle and raced 24 yards for the touchdown.
Fullback Lamar Lawson led the Jacket ground gainers with 111 yards in 14 carries
followed by Fullback Kyle Haines with 49 yards in 11 carries.
.Q Kyle Haines rambles through a hole made by the jacket line and goes for good yardage.
Jackets Start Playoffs With Victory
The Port Arthur Yellow jackets earned a berth in the state
schoolboy Class AAAA quarterfinals by beating the Galena Park
Yellow jackets 14-7.
Once again it was Port Arthur's defensive unit's contribu-
tions which made the difference between winning and losing.
Galena Park covered a fumble on the Jacket 47 and after
four running plays the ball was moved to the Port Arthur 13
with a first and ten to go and proceeded to score thus making
the score 7-O in Galena Park's favor.
Taking the ball on the Galena Park 22 yard line, Port
Arthur hit the line and gained only 2 yards in three plays.
Landry then passed the ball for 11 yards to Woodson on the
9 yard line. Haines scored on the next play making the
A fumble on the 25 by Galena Park set up the next Jacket
touchdown. Woodson, Landry, and Thompson shared the
honors until Woodson finally went over for the winning
Halfback Bobby Woodson Q21 is brought down by a
swarm of Galena Parkers after making a good gain.
Haines crashes through for yardage against a tough
Galena Park defense. Other Jacket players are Russell
Stout C88j, Ronnie Thompson CIOJ, Ronny Landry
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Jackets Defeat Bellaire in Quarter-Final Game
Ronnie Thompson 4109 swings in for needed yardage against Bellaire.
The Port Arthur Yellow jackets smashed the Bellaire Car-
dinals 27-15 in the quarter finals game. The Jackets' first
break of the game came when a back was jarred loose from
the ball and the jackets got possession on the Bellaire 35.
The jackets carried the ball to the Cardinals' 2 and Kyle
Haines rammed over for the score. The Jackets scored again
in the second quarter and led at the half 13-O. The Cardinals
came back in the third quarter and at the end of the third
quarter the jackets led 13-7. The last quarter was full of
scoring. The Jackets scored two touchdowns and the Cardinals
one. The jacket forward wall led by Dickie Legate, Kyle
Haines, and Benny Sorgee, showed their stuff while Ronny
Landry and Gary Miller stood out in the secondary.
Fullback Lamar Lawson goes for long yardage against the Cardinals.
Defeat to Remember
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Scat-back Bobby Woodson rounds left end for a valuable gain.
Corpus Christi, Dec. 9, before 12,000 fans, the Jackets went
down in defeat to Miller of Corpus Christi 6-0 in the Inter-
scholastic League semi-finals game. Port Arthur, playing with-
out the full services of halfback Ronnie Thompson and fullback
Kyle Haines, were at a definite disadvantage,
Miller scored midway in the second quarter with their Negro
halfback, Johnny Roland, crashing over from the 3. Port Arthur
put on a drive late in the period and threatened to tie
After taking possession on their own 29, the Jackets, with
Woodson leading the way, moved all the way to Miller 10
yard line before the drive faltered. The Jackets came on the
field in the opening minutes of the second half and looked as
if they were going to even things up. With Landry and
Woodson leading, PA moved deep into Buc territory before a
penalty killed the drive on the 19 yard line. During the
fourth period Port Arthur again started a drive which could
have meant the difference between defeat and victory, but this
drive also faltered deep in Buc territory.
jacket fans saw Port Arthur's final chance fade when, late
in the final period, after taking a Miller punt on the jacket
14, a pass interception ended the last scoring attempt.
Fullback Kyle Haines finds yardage scarce in the air.
Familiar Faces of the '60 Season
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Members of the defensive line who saw much service during the season include, Fifi! raw: Russell Stout, Dicky Legate, Leon-
ard Duckworth, Benny Sorgee. Sammi row: Jimmy Johnson, Harvey Reeves, Kyle Haines.
Chosen by the sports writers
of the Golden Triangle for
the All-District Team were,
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sell Stout, Bobby Wloodson,
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the Port Arthur A8cM ban-
quet are Russell Stout,
Coaches Award, Jimmy
johnson, Best Offensive
Linemang Harvey Reeves,
Best Defensive Linemang
Kyle Haines, Most Valuable
Playerg Barry Anderson and
Gary Miller, Best Defensive
Backs, Bobby Woodson, Best
Offensive Back, and Coach
'60 Season Finished in Grand Style
Returning lettermen for the 1960 Yellow jacket football team are,
First row: joe Landry, James Guidry, Carl Carter, Dicky Legate, Roy
Hooks. Second row: jimmy Maxfield, Kyle Haines, Harvey Reeves,
Bobby Woodson. Third row: Ronny Landry, Jimmy johnson, Lamar
HARVEY REEVES and RUSSELL STOUT
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Legate, Leonard Duckworth, Jimmy Johnson, Harvey Reeves, Russell Stout, jimmy Maxfield, Benny Sorgee, Second row: Roy
Hooks, john Sonnier, Bobby Wfoodson, Kyle Haines, Don Tetreault, Barry Anderson, Charles Killingsworth, jay Hicks, Carl Car-
ter, Lamar Lawson.
A11 State Honors
Yellow Jacket "Bn Squad
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First raw: C. Graig, T. Kirchmer, R. Capps, L. Simmons, L. Hankins,
F. Logan, R, Hollier, T. Lilljedahl, I. Hicks. Second row: D. King,
D. Van Devender, J. Lee, E. Johnson, R. Jackson, C. Hall, A.
Sherwood, G. Miertschin, J. Cassel, G. Segrest, M. Johnson. Third
row: B. LeBlanc, B. Anderson, R. Gennusa, -I. Reddick, P. Haskell,
L. Goss, D. Rising, M. Haney, A. Perez, G. Treibel, L. Treibel.
Reagan Gennusa gallops around end in Beaumont game.
Halfback Lanny Goss goes for yardage in Beaumont game
PETE PENSE-"B" squad coach.
MARTY FLECKMAN JOHN MCCURLEY CHARLES MCDONALD
Junior 5' 10" Senior 6' lk" junior 5, 7"
Senior 6' 3M"
Sophomore 6' IMH
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jackets ....... 5 O Beaumont ,..,,..,,, ,,.,,.. 4 9
jackets ....... .,...... 3 7 Orange ........,,. .,,.... 3 5
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jackets ........ 36 Beaumont ....... .....,. 5 2
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jackets ....... ........ 5 4 French ,........................... 3 7
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MALCOM MILLER BUZZ MILNER DAVID NUTT
junior 6' 1" Senior 5' 11" Senior 5' 10"
Year's Basketball Season
Senior 6' IM"
JOHN WAYNE SONNIER
Senior 6' 3M"
MR. PETE PENSE
Jackets Win District Opener Against Beaumont 50-49
FOLLOW ME, COME
WHERE I LEAD YOU . . .
AND THE SCORE
GOES UP ANOTHER
NOTCH . . .
The jackets opened the season's district 11-AAAA race
with a 50-49 victory over the Beaumont Royal Purples. The
majority of the time the scoreboard showed no more than
a 5 point lead by either team. The jacket win was sparked
by David Nutt who collected 22 points to lead both teams
in scoring. The score at the half was 24-26 but the jackets
were trailing by 6 points when the third period ended. In the
fourth quarter Nutt added 8 points to the scoreboard to give
the jackets the much needed point to win the game. As the
clock ran out, a Beaumont player sank a long field goal
from the side of the court. As the fans of both teams were
screaming, it was difficult to hear the buzzerg but the official
timekeeper ruled that time had run out before the Beaumont
player shot, thus giving the Jackets a one-point victory. The
B squad game was won by Beaumont 56-25. Joel Boone
was high-scorer with 7 points.
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Jackets Topple Orange 37-35
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The Yellow jackets found themselves in the driver's Seat in District
11-AAAA basketball competition after upsetting the Orange Tigers 37-35. A
tough zone defense greatly contained the Jacket offense, but John McCurley
managed to bucket 18 points for the cause of victory. The Jackets were
assessed only 8 points at the free throw line, collecting on 7. The Tigers
were given 18 free throws but made only 13. The jackets trailed 22-19 at
the half but came back in the third quarter to collect their second district
victory. The B squad game was also won by the jackets 41-40.
MARS CALLING EARTH
COME IN, EARTH.
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I WANT IT, YOU CAN 'T HAVE
ITQ IT BELONGS TO ME . . .
UP, UP AND AWAY! !
Jackets Defeat Port Neches Indians 50-27
MAYBE HE'S TRYING TO BE AN EAGLE . . .
A 50-27 defeat of the Port-Neches-Groves
Indians put the Jackets back in the district
race. They outscored the opponents in all
but the third quarter. Rebounding ace John
McCurley was high scorer with 17 points.
At the half, the score was 25-15 in favor
of the Jackets. After the first field goal
by Port Neches, they were never ahead
again in the contest.
The B squad game was won by the
jackets with a score of 31-25. joel Boone
was high scorer with 15 -points. Mike
Eaves followed close behind with 10.
High scorer against PN-G in the news
tourney was Marty Fleckman with 12
BASKETBALL BALLET . . .
Jackets Complete Season
Participating in his last Jacket game was senior
john McCur1ey added 14 points out of the 66
With South Park Victory
The jackets ended the 1961 basketball
season in second place with a bang by
romping the South Park Greenies 66-52.
It was a grand finale for two seniors,
John Sonnier and John McCurley. It was
also the last game for David Nutt, John
Erickson, Buzz Milner, Garland Roddy. In
the first half Sonnier collected 14 of his 18
points. McCurley made 9 of his 14 points
in the last half. The jackets had a 7-3
record in District 11-AAAA which was
second only to Beaumont High who won
district. The Greenies were beaten by the
B squad 43-34. Joel Boone was the high
scorer with 16 points.
Scoring 18 points during the South Park victory
was john Sonnier.
NEED AN UMBRELLA?
Jackets Finish District in Runner-Up Spot
MALcoM MILLER l MIKE DoYLE
CHARLES MCDONALD JOHN ERICKSON
B Squad members are, Fifi! row: A. Blanchard, L. Beasley, H. Castro, D. Deloney, M. Eaves, H. Dugas, R. Iacksonl Serond
row: Coach Nowland, A. Elster, R. Mathis, R, Robinson, M. Neil, T. Meeker, I. Boone, H. Schroder, J. Redick.
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SENIORS AUBREY HOWARD, Robert Andrus, Buzz Milner, Micka Primeaux, John McCurley,
Roy Hooks were the backbone of the Yellow Jacket team.
CHARLES MCDONALD U11 gets a warm welcome from his team- JACKET COACH BILLY GENE MICHAELS
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Donald, L. Lauve, L. Parent. Second row: R. Hooks, L. Hudson, B. Knight, M. Miller, McCurley, A. Howard, D. Bowker.
Lan row: Coach Michaels, G. Broussard, R. Andrus, K. Rutty, B. Slocum, R. Landry, B. Milner, Manager J. Davis.
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BACK AND READY for another year are returning lettermen.
Front row are L. LaBorde, C. McDonald. Back row are R.
Andrus, B. Milner, J. McCurley, R. Hooks.
Game Called Because of Darkness Keeps Jackets Out of
JACKET FIRST BASEMAN Malcom Mil-
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CAPTURING BERTHS ON the 11-AAAA All-District team are:
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Michaels to the batter.
if U Q JACKET OUTFIELDER Larry LaBorde 1261 rounds third on
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THIS HEFTY bunch composed the Jacket infield. They are,
front' Robert Andrus, Leonard Lauve, Charles McDonald, Benny
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PROVING TO BE a big help to the jacket in-
field is shortstop Aubrey Howard.
HELPING THE JACKETS have a successful sea-
son is Manager Jerry Davis.
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JACKET CATCHER Lionel Parent scampers across homeplate to score. The run
helped the Jackets keep a 19 year jinx on the South Park Gfeenies. Yellow Jacket
outfielder, Larry LaBorde C261 watches.
HOLDING DOWN THE Jacket pitching chores are, kneeling: Robert
Andrus, Buzz Milner, Malcom Miller. Standing: Larry LaBorde,
'Leonard Lauve, Bill Slocum. 269
Jackets Down Purples by a Score of 4-2
JOHN OTERI, 2-year return-
ing letterman, hampered by a
pre-season injury, watches his
teammates defeat Beaumont.
VIEW OF THE Jacket bench
during a game.
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THF CATCHING SECTION of the Yellow jacket team is made up by these three boys
Davifd Bowker, Lionel Parent, and Gerald Broussard.
Buzz Milner beats the
throw to first base
and is safe in the
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Sophs Dominate Track Team.
REAGAN KNIGHT, TERRY
Guidry, Garland Roddy, and
Donald Marsch composed Tfs
440 relay team.
DAVID NUTT, SENIOR broad jumper,
placed 1st in district with a jump of 20' 11"
and represented TJ in the regional meet.
MACK MCGOUGH, JUNIOR pole
vaulter, poled 10' 6" in district meet.
MIKE DOYLE, SOPHOMORE shot
putter, placed 5th in district with a
throw of 47' 6".
Young Track Team Looks Forward
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Representing Tj in District meet were, bottom row: Jaime Cas-
taneda, 8803 Ronnie Dauphine, 440. Top row: John Gexin, mile,
and james Moyer, miler.
LOUIS BLANDEMAN AND Ronnie Dauphine
spent many hours getting in shape for the Dis-
J! trist 11 4A Meet. Dauphine placed 6th in the
RAGAN GENUSA AND David Nutt were Tfs out-
standing track men of '61.
to a Successful 962 Season
REAGAN GENUSA, ALL around sopho-
more trackster, placed'6th in low hurdles,
5th in high hurdles, 3rd in broad jump
and tied for lst in high jumping. Genusa
scored a total of 16 points in the District
COACHES HILL AND BILL-
INGS did an outstanding job
in developing the '61 track
team, composed largely of soph-
omores. Look out for the jack-
ets next year!
MEMBERS OF THE '61 TRACK TEAM are, front row: K. Durkan, 1. Nelson, D. Marsh, A. Shewood, R. Dauphine, R. Genusa,
D Bell T. Guidry, S. Prejean, R. Windaor, R. Dyson, B. Black, P. Weaver and Coach Hill. Top row: Coach Billings, G. Yentsen,
R.. Savoie, G. Hadden, L. Blendeman, R. Watts, G. Roddy, T. Dorsey, J. Moyer, J. Segrest, S. Allbritton, M. Doyle, J. Carter, J. Bass,
TJ's Tennis Players Get Into the Swing
JOHN LUSK JOHN WOLFE
TOMMY TOWNSEND LOOKS on as his doubles partner, john Lusk, gets ready to return a volley during practice
Golfers Add to Sports Picture
RUFUS MANLEY SAMMY SKAFF
MARTY FLECKMAN, SAM Skaff, jay Loaf, and Rufus Manley compose the 1961 Thomas Jefferson Golf Team which placed
fourth in the district meet.
Let's Go Bowling
A careful aim . . .
It's a strike! Aw, it Curved . . .
These are some of the exclamations
heard -from members of the Bowling
Club. Twice a month TJ-ites head for
the bowling alley to improve their skills
under the expert guidance of Mr. Mar-
vin Cichowski, and Mr. Rex Copeland,
With tournaments underway excite-
ment is king as members cheer their
team on to victory.
and a complete follow through
ball on its way to a strike!
Nope! Only six
Billie Domingue, sophomore, blazed her
way into state finals for tennis singles
championship after overcoming district
and regional competition.
Physical Education Teachers
MRS. HELEN NEUMANN MISS NANCY MCCLAIN
MISS McCI.AIN'S SIXTH period gym class demonstrates a new activity,
Russian folk dancing, taught for the first time in Tj this year.
Mrs. Helen Neumann is sponsor of our
Yellow jacket cheerleaders and of
G.R.A. She also coaches the girls' vol-
Miss Nancy McClain is the sponsor of
the Red Hussar Drum and Bugle Corps
of Thomas jefferson and she also aids
in coaching volleyball.
Miss Marilyn Davis is the sponsor of
the Girls' Tennis Club, Heralds,
G.R.A., and Volleyball. She is also
the sponsor of the Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y
Miss Bertha Hebert sponsors the girls'
Bowling Club, Letter Girls, G.R.A.,
and Volleyball. Outside of school she
participates in a bowling league. She
is head of the department.
Promote Interest in Sports
MISS MARILYN DAVIS MISS BERTHA HEBERT
MISS HEBERT'S THIRD period gym class is tackling with the basketball, trying to score those last few points
Well-Balanced Program for Health
CHAMPIONSHIP IN VOL-
LEYBALL is the real goal for
members of the fourth period
class. Miss Davis is their
STEADY THERE! It's just a matter of balance-
"SHE'S OUT!" exclaims Miss Hebert as Raye Benz is tagged by Gayle Blackwell after trying for
Are New and Varied
EAGER EYES ARE WATCHING as
Karen Cary, left, and Nancy Christian
battle out the singles badminton cham-
SEVEN NATIONS WERE represented in
the grand finale of the program presented
by the girls taking folk dancing.
HEALTH IS A REQUIREMENT for all girls' PE Classes IT'S FUN BUT-no aim! Mary Louise Ramirez, Linda Smith,
at Tj. These girls represent Miss Nancy McClain's fifth Brenda Richard, and Linda Cross have to admit they aren't too
period gym class. good.
EVEN THOUGH BILLIE Domingue and
Bobbie Babino have won several trophies
Miss Davis still finds it necessary to give
them a few pointers on playing tennis.
TENNIS, ANYONE? These three, representing the best players in sophomore,
junior, and senior gym classes, would give anyone plenty of competition. They are
Mary Hart, Becky Wells, and Judy Shinn.
Miss Davis, Sponsor
Tennis Brings Excitement
pirtured fight to lefl on
the front row are: Billie
D o m i n g u e, president,
Sue Schexnayder, vice-
president, and Mary El-
len Klebba, secretary and
treasurer. Other mem-
bers of the club are, left
to rigbt, kneeling: J.
Craig, I. Montalvo, and
L. Adams. Back row are:
K.. Cary, V. McMillan,
S. White, B. Wells, B.
Lopez, M. Hart, A. Dar-
tez, B. Babino, and N.
BROUGHT many sore limbs
to the girls in Mrs. Neu-
mann's fourth period P.E,
class. This is one of the new-
est activities in the girls' P.E.
Fun, Fun and More F un
ARE THEY NUTS? No, they're just office girls working for the girls' P.E.
teachers. You say you can't recognize them . . . well, neither can we!
LETTER GIRL INSTALLATION brought in-
teresting talent to light. Here Karen Cary and
Beverly Heath present their pantomime of
Bowling Exoites New Sophs
THE SOPHOMORE MEMBERS of the bowlin club are,
Kneeling, left to right: C. Hufford, J. Sinclair, and B
Knight. Sitting ure: M. Wolf, E. Guarjarclo, C. Berry, C.
Davis, P. Foley, J. Carver, J. LaLonde, D. Cropper, V. As
ton. Standing are: S. Hebert, C. Rogers, B. Theriot, L. Sap
pington, L. Smith, P. Larson, W. Buley, M. Lockwood, M.
Prejean, S. Wiggins, G. Dejean, and K. Griffith.
GAY COOKSEY HOLDS the highest average of the sopho-
are, Left to right: L.
Gully, C. Car, P.
Eatherige, D. Borel,
B. Marsh, N. Cun-
ningham, P. Nunez,
B. LeBlanc, B.Nich-
olson, and P. Myers.
Standing are: S.
Beavers, S. Green,
M. DeKody, G.
Oooksey, C. Steven,
L. Babin, J. Graves,
S. McDonald, B. C.
Albright, S. Downes,
and B. Richards.
Bowling Furnishes Year-Round Sport
SENIOR MEMBERS of the bowling club
are, front row: P. Dupont, M. Adams, A.
Pardue. Second row: C. DuBois, B.
Heath, S. Smith, L. Guiclry. Third row:
J. Shinn, J. Domingue, I Wendlandt.
Bark row: S. Tyson, I. Daigle, N. Chris-
tian, and N. LeDoux.
TAKING IT EASY BEFORE try-
ing for a strike is Karen Dauphine
one of the top junior bowlers.
IUNIOR BOWLERS CONSIST of, front row: M. Walters, G. McMillan,
B. Creig, D. Arcloin, C. Chatagnier. Sammi row are: L. Turner, A. Chambers,
K. Dauphine, N. Dore. Third row are: P. Stokes, B, Wells, S. Jackson,
and S. Landry.
STRIKE OR NO STRIKE the senior girls take active interest in the
Letter Girls Participate
Olivia Alemarl Bobby Babino Donna Blanchard Karen Byrd Nancy Christian
Nova COICITIHI1 Ida Nell Daigle Pat Daniel Janice Davis jean Kay Domingue
C0fif13- Dominguez Carol DuBois Judy Emmons Linda Ferguson Sue Gartin
Linda Guidfy Beverly Heath Sharon jones Diane Loukas Merrill Moss
RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING this year of Letter Girls a success are the 1960-1961 officers:
Judy Shinn, treasurer, Jane Smith, parliamentarian, Beverly Heath, president, Judy Emmons,
reporter. Not pictured are: Sandra Schexnayder, secretary, and Karen Cary, vice-president.
1I1 All Aspects of Sports
Velma Tmbodeaux OUTSTANDING LETTER GIRL Linda Guidfy
Carolyn Romero Pat Roy
Sharon Scott Judy Shinn
Lecretia Smith Irene Soliz
Wendy Wingfield Karen Cary
left and Best All Around Girl Olivia Aleman
were Very proud of the trophies awarded them
at Letter Girl Installation in May.
Sixteen Seniors and Four Juniors were
inducted as new members of Letter Girls
at installation February 9. Proudly dis-
playing their hard earned letters are:
juniors, G. McMillian, B. Wells, S. Jack-
son, 1. Harden, Seniors are O. Aleman,
L. Fergson, N. Coleman, D. Loukas, L.
Smith, N, LeDeau, L. Guidry, N. Chris-
tian, C. Doninguez, I. Soliz, J. Davis, P.
Daniel, D. Blanchard, V. Thibocleaux, J.
Domingue, and I. Daigle.
SOPHOMORE IS NAMED posture queen! Brenda
Richards was the lucky girl to receive the posture
honor. Olivia Aleman was chosen senior posture
queen while Pam Huber was junior posture queen.
Miss Hebert presented this award at the Letter Girl
BILLIE DOMINGUE HIGHLIGHTED the girls'
sports activities by competing in the singles competi-
tion in Austin.
39-8-21 - - - HURRY-ONLY FOUR more minutes!
Parade for Judges
THESE NINE GIRLS were vying for the all-school posture
award. Fin! row: Pam Huber, Eloise Foret. Second row:
Sandy Wiggins, Carol Hall, and Brenda Richards. Third
Qlwi hPat Daniel, Olivia Aleman, Ann Lofton, and Sherry
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"AROUND THE CIRCLE they must go . . is the scene
as the top three girls representing the newcomers of TJ are
chosen to try for Posture Queen of the school.
THERE THEY GO. . . WHAT A COMB can do!
Team Captains for GRA
Sophomore Team Captain
KAREN CARY JUDY EMMONS
junior Team Captain Junior Team Captain
THE GIRLS REPRESENT-
ING the Outstanding GRA
Softball team are, left io
fight: K. Olive, s. White, B.
McNabb, C. Chapa, J. Creig,
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'the winning of play night
are, left lo riglaz: Joanne
Ludwig, Sharon jones,
Olivia Aleman, Myra Hull,
Betzy Roussel, and Merril
Letter Girl Officers
Sophomore Team Captain
SANDRA SCI-IEXNAYDER BOBBIE BABINO
Senior Team Captain Senior Team Captain
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THE GIRLS' BASKETBALL All-Star Team consists of Wendy Wingfield, B.
Heath, J. Smith, B. Babino, L. Guidry, M. Moss, S. Gartin.
MAKING THE GIRLS' volleyball team a suc-
cess this year were I. Wendlandt, C. Dominguez
W. Wingfield, M. Moss, N. Christian, P. Roy
L. Guidry, B. Babino, and J. Smith.
Thank You Note
It just would not be possible to list all the names of those who
have aided in the production of this book, but we would like
to include those who have been of special technical help.
Our photographers were especially patient: J. C. Watkins,
Frank Cricchio, Rice Studio, Trost's Studio, Buddy Perkins, and
student photographer David Kay.
We appreciate the attention our yearbook representative, Mr.
George Ramsey, has given, as well as the excellent service by
Taylor Publishing Company.
It is with some regret that we job-stamp the last picture and
get Volume 14 of THE YELLOW JACKET on the way to the
printers, for we have enjoyed compiling it. We have checked
and double-checked, and We hope that our errors are few.
Please be understanding if we have made an error or two.
THE YELLOW JACKET STAFF OF '61
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thirty years. The cooperation of those who buy the space from the salesmen who take
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HOME OF JACOBSEN POWER MOWERS
320 nh S+ Paini' Shop YU 3-I89I
' ' T.-im Shop YU 5-2631
81 TRIM SHOP susua Hooks
OVEN BAKED ENAMEL 9 I YEAR GUARANTEE
"'I'If's BeH'er, Because l+'s Oven Baked"
C Body Seaf Covers
E Fender Headliners
P Wreck Au'I'o Upholsfering
L Work , Tailored Door Panels Phone YUkon 2-7247
E . in Our Shop
T Floor Ma'I's
Es+ima'Ies COW+- TOPS
WE DO INSURANCE WORK
D. M. PICTON
81 CO., INC.
River and Harbor
GULF COAST TOWING
63 0-04-05 Adams Building
No. I-60I 5'Ih Sireei-
No. 2-2048 9+h Ave.
Orange Hwy. and S+adium Road
Dial YUlcon 3-43II
PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS
638 Gilham Circle
PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
4343 Lincoln Groves
WHERE GROVES SHOPS
Piclc-up and Delivery Service
Washing - Greasing
Polishing and Waxing
Tires and BaHeries
2200 PROCTER YU 3-36Il
Phone Us for Slip Covers,
Drapes, Bedspreads, Headboards,
S+erilizing, Box Springs,
"The Resl of Your Days
Depends on ihe Resi oi
Pain'r and Glass
PLATE GLASS CO.
PHONE: YU 3-5676
l600 9+h Ave. YU 2-54lI
Only you can give fhe finesf giff of aII -
porfraif. Af J. C. Wafkins Sfudio you
receive fhe finesf in porfraifs - Giffs
you can fake pride in giving. Color or black
and whife finishes offered.
J. C. WATKINS STUDIO
2329 Thomas Blvd. Phone YU 2-3666
Porf Arfhur, Texas
R Ann Glorioso
I 649 Procfer
THE CHUCK WAGON
DRIVE I N N
Wheel-Burger Hu b-Burger
There's a Meal in a Wheel
3'3I Procfer Sfreef
YUIKOFI 5-5632 ED GURGE PAUL BURGE
HONEST BEN A-I HOUSE MOVERS
J Housemoving Demolishing
Diamonds Wafches Raising
Fine Jewelry Ave.
Gifl' Ware Luggage Porf Arfhur, Texas
For All Your Banking Needs
548 s+adium Rd. Ph. YU 5-2536 'Fpgn' f
PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
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Bossv AUSBURN CLASS OF eo 1 ' 5V5Q5 I Q4-"-r,,,
JIMMY LOW CLASS OF 62
JIMMY QUEBEDEAUX CLASS OF 6I
KAREN KRAUTZ CLASS OF 62
CAROL MEGUEZ CLASS OF 6I Groves' Texas
GROWING WITH GROVES
BURGER BAR 3 A 9. 4719 F,0,,e,S 8,
5236 I6+h S+ree'r Inc ' Inferiors
Po"'IYG"I:L:gnexas x Ar+is+icaIIy Designed
WQG f 'For Every Occasion
CQME 7 T., .fr 540 9+h AVENUE
AND' Q' XR YUkon 2-4655
GET IT' Dennis M. Fluker, Owner
WE WIRE FLOWERS
The Besi Friend
Your Car Has Ever I-Iad
M. G. OLIVER TEXACO SERVICE
l6I'I1 S+. and Bluebonnei'
Porl' Ar'II1ur. Texas
, R TROPICANA
"The Uliimaire in Modern
4II6 DRYDEN ROAD
PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS
MRS. VERA FOSTER YU 3-4636
Manager YU 5-433l
A flavor +rea1' fhai' never +ires Hue i'as+e
Keep Dr. Pepper in 'rhe home refrigeraior
Buy ii' in 6-boH'le, car+on or case.
DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY
2036 Bluebonnei' ..............e, YU 2-547I
2IOO Fi'Hh Avenue
PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS
ihe Oil and Ohemisiry Indusiry
Fabricafed Sfeel Consirucied
Tank Repairs and 'New Tanks
2I00 FiH'h Avenue
Phone YU 2-6424
Z ' I
I7 I 7 Woodworih
AND SON LAWRENCE GUILBEAU
Groc. a. Mkt. GARAGE
4948 Twin CNY Hwy. Day Phone YU 3-9674
WO 2-725' Nigh+ Phone YU 2-0026
NOW TWO LOCATIONS
TO BETTER SERVE YOU
40I Procfer IDown'rownI
Jefferson Ci+y Shopping CenI'er
3849 28+h S+. BAND YU 2-2632
J A 'I
ANGEu.E's x-'N 9 4
X' M ' Q
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AuI'o8ILoans E PA E
6I0 I6+h SI' I' YU 29076
453I I6I'h SI' 'I' YU 2808l a
PORT ARTHUR ASSOCIATION
OF INSURANCE AGENTS
AIIen 8: EddingsIon Ins. Agcy.
E. Baker Ins. Co.
Barrier-AIbrigh'r Ins. Agcy.
Bob BIan+on 8: Son
Cliff Byrd Ins. Agency
Carl Car'Ier Ins. Agency
CharIes Berry Ins. Agency
Joe Formagus Insurance
Gulfporf Ins. Agency
Don Hendryx 8: DeWi'rI' Cudd
Claude HoImes Ins. Agency
Home Insurance Agency
Landry 8: GisI' Ins. Agency
James L. LaI'imer Ins.
S. O. La'I'imer Ins. Agency
C. Bradley McCoy Agency
Mel MeI'caIfe Insurance
Morehead Ins. Agency
Vedon O+I'o Insurance
PorI' Ar+hur's Insurers
J. E. PuIIen Insurance
Julian SaI+er Company
J. J. SaIverI' Agency
George L. ScuIIy Insurance
Wes Spiegel Agency
Craig SI'evenson Ins.
Texas Insurance Agency
H. C. ITommyI Thompson Agency
E. L. Vaughan 8: Company
Wheless Insurance Agency
WiIIia.m WhiI'e Insurance
CharIes M. Wiesen Ins. Agency
T and F
TO SU IT YOUR
THE MODEL 0 ,X-aff'
3022 PROCTER YU 3-9700
SKIP'S DRIVE INN
IF IT'S GOOD FOOD
You WANT... ? Ba,,B,Que Pi,
' y ResI'auran'I'
Wm A Ca'I'erers
A Phone YUIcon 2-024I
3448 I6I'h SI'reeI'
HUTCHEN BE HoLsuM
DRY GOODS CO.
I6+h S+ree'r a+ Housion Ave.
BUY HOLSUM BREAD
Seniors of '6I
HOLSUM BAKING CO
6I7 Procier Sfreei' Housion
YUkon 5-8891 YU 2'944'
340l Twin Cify Hwy.
For Heal+h's Sake, Roller Skaie
BARNEY'S ROLLER RINK
365l Twin Ci+y Hwy. WO 2-9I5I
BEST WISHES, SENIORS
Jusfice of +l1e Peace
Swee+es+ Sweeis in Town
3442 I 6+h S+ree+
Por+ Arfhur, Texas
PHONE YU 3-4506
624 Housfon Ave.
6I4 9'ri1 Ave.
26I2 Memorial Blvd.
6477 39+i1 S+ree1'
3248 9'rh Ave.
Phone YUkon 2-293 I
DOCTOR G. M. SIMS
300I Proc+er YU 2-4493
Por+ Arihur, Texas
709 Lakeshore Drive
n MA1-:nuns snmuifv conrncroni
16TH STREET YU 2 6436
23 f f 23, . f . .I A ,ww I- '-
50 . .
PORT ARTH UR. TEXAS
Always New Ideas
I9I2 9+h Ave. '
IJus1' Across From
S+. Mary's Hospiialj
HEAVEN TO SEVEN SHOP
From Birfh To Seven
"The place To go Tor The
A large seIec+ion of
PORT ARTHUR COLLEGE
Offers Courses in
Elecfronics, Radio and Television
Train ai' KPAC and KPAC-TV
brands you know"
Low Tuifion Free Placemeni'
4448 I6I'h ST. YU 5-2652
I500 Proc+er Phone YU 5-556I
FACTORY AUTHORIZED CARABINE'S
PARTS AND SERVICE JUNIGR SHOPPE
APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER
Sales and Service
Dress, Sporfswear, Swimwear
Lingerie and Accessories
FERD CHISUM MRS. PETE CARABINE 3632 l6+h S+ree+
Phone YU 2-9262 4I I9 I6'rh S+. Owner PM A'+l'u" Texas
PORT ARTHUR BEAUMONT HOUSTON CORPUS
NEW ORLEANS SHREVEPORT LAFAYETTE
MOBILE JACKSON BATON ROUGE
Foundry and Machine ProducTs
Refrigera+ion and Air Condi+ioning
ParI's and Supplies
SHEET, PLATE, TUBE, PIPE, ROD, BAR, WIRE.
RIGGLE 81 PITTMAN
"On Ihe Highway 'Io Ihe Sea"
5337 Qrange Hwy. ligzi OLEANING-PRESSING
Prompi' Pick-up and Delivery
549 S'I'acIium ------------- YU 2-2I64
5890 TI1irIy-second S'rree+
Congra'IuIa+ions, Seniors '6I
4I7 AusI'in Ave. YUIcon 5-8893
Please Call Us for Your:
and All O+I1er Ho+eI FaciIi+ies
YouR ALSONETT HOTELS
BOX I500 PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS
PHONE YUIcon 3-6666
MISS INGRI D WENDLANDT
h o t o g r a p h y
- Color of Black and wha+e
l629 Woodworlh Blvd.
Pori' Ar'rhur, Texas
JIFFY CAR WASH
WASHING POLISHING WAXING
YU 3-I09I 2539 Bluebonnef
Waller Landry Pori' Ar+hur, Tex.
J. IMHOFF AND SONS
30I 71'h S'I'ree+
Besl' Wishes From
Come on In and Look Around
Everylhing for Young Girls
From Play Clolhes +o Formals
Phone YUlcon 3-662I
PHONE NIGHT NUMBER
YU 5-259I WO 2-4l92
FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP
"Our flowers say II for you"
Jack Raby and BeHy Willians
7I6 S'I'adium, PorI' ArI'I1ur, Texas
PHONE YU 3-I679
Congra+uIa'rions, Seniors of '6I
BEACON FURNITURE CO.
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
I 43 ProcI'er S+.
s S A EVANS'
sTu RG ES SHOP
I I , iI'Iiii
r r ss I o o o '
"Le+ us pI1oI'ograpI1 your wedding" Mg GaTeWaY '-ITDHQVSZVI EITY
new Proc+er sf. Phone YU 5-45I2 eaumom Ori' 'I U'
Pori' Arfhur, Texas
PEVET0 EL PATIO
CABINETS 81 FIXTURES
A-C1 PEVETO Specializing in MEXICAN FOOD
Designers and Manufacfurers
BANK AND STORE FIXTURES
3940 I6'Ih Sfreef, Phone YU 2-204I
Orders 'I'o fake ouI'.
5520 Orange Hwy.
Congralulalions, Seniors '6l
J. J. THERIOT'S
II I7 Fiflh Avenue
PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
Twin Cily Hwy.
"You will never bowl where
you are more apprecialeolu
1 15" lui..
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Gaiam Juomea 899 QEUBZJPZFJ
BUILDERS UF UIIII-LITY HUMES
D o N JA c K
2600 I6+h S+.
Por'r Ar+I1ur, Texas
Insurance and Real Estate
1527 7-H1 S+.
STOCK COMPANY PROTECTION
Call YU 2-9423
Evenings, Call YU 2-0686
Since I93 I
630 Housfon Ave.
and I300 Nin+l1 Ave.
5 1 f V?
3 5 sf?
Wholesale - Refail
f W Hardware, Tools, Cuflery
lndus+rial Supplies and
. . -' :-M552 51. f-.64 'fy
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THAMES INS. AGENCY
2448 Bluebonne+, YU 3-5555
SAVOIE'S GULF STATION
Class of I96I
CHARLES S. NACOL
330I 6+h ST. YU 2-2222
Fe-during 528 Proc+er
One PIa're Meals O 0
Cafeferia SI'yIe 5 '5 OUR YU 33345
Bag Lunches To Go f THSEZTHT
829 PROCTER A5
PORT ARTHUR 1 wwHEN',NTHE.3
CREDIT UNION MQQRIIIIID
A Coopera'Iive Saving
and BeHer Groceries
I-Oan ASSOCIGIION HOUSE OF FINE FOODS
for Fresh Vegefables
Gul-f Oil Qualify MeaI's
649 SIXTH STREET
Phone YU 3-I604
3200 I6'I'h S+.
PHONE YU 2-3922
Fresh MEATS ancI VEGETABLES
' QMEJTEETZTT 5 U ER
40 O i POST 5
2 FIRST L
THOUGHT f 3
4 ,XS Q Gen. Czoni-rs. E
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SPENCE 81 HOWE '
I Adams Bldg.
5 I I I I S'radium Road
YU 5-5535 YU 3-4l00
SBC leaders counI' All School Chesfr money in charify drve.
722 Procfer S YUIcon 2-242I
QQ ohrhhhoho 1 lfffj
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Your School Photographer
2019 Procter St. - Phone YU 5-8011
PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
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First row: Bobby Rabuck, Dickie Legate, Leonard Duckworth, Jimmy Johnson, Harvey Reeves, Russell Stout, Jimmy Maxfleld, Benny
Sorgee, Mike Landry, James Guidry. Second row: Joe Landry, Roy Hooks, John Sonnier, Tommy Martin, Gary Miller, Barry Ander-
son, Ronny Landry, Charles Hall, J ay Hicks, Tony Slaupas. Third row: Carl Carter, Bobby Woodson, Kyle Haines, Ronny Thompson,
Jerry Kidd, Donald Tetreault, Lynn Simmons, Ragan Gennusa, Lamar Lawson, Charles Killingsworth, Bob Holljer, Slagal Allbritton,
Mike Landry. '
N, ,1g22l'iiilL giailliliiting class
PORT ARTHUR COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
PROCTER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
270l PROCTER STREET PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
"A Church Where Everybody Is Somebody"
DR. E. A. AUTREY, Pasior
ROBERT WEISSINGER, MinisI'er of Music and Educafion
Com pIImenIs of
HEIGHTS DRUG STORES MYRTLE BRITT, REALTOR
4705 Evergreen Drive
"'Le+ us fill your prescrip+ions
'Two regis+erecI pharmacisfs
I70I Housfon Ave. No. I
Yukon 5-5507 Made-Io-Measure CIo'rhes
IOOO Housion Ave. No. 2 4841 I6+h ST'
YUkon 5-73I3 Por'I' -Arfhur, Texas
Phone YU 2-25 I 3
ONE STOP INSURANCE
BODY SHOP S -2
3I49 25+h S+. mg, A
YO U R fzdepemlefzf
so Imzzmme AGEN T
NSERVES YOU FIRST"
School Supplies GMM
HARRIS BOOK STORE CHARLES BERRY
524 FIHI1 S'I'reeI'
Porf Ar+I1ur, Texas Real ES+a+e
Phone YUIcon 5-2585
7I3 STADIUM ROAD
Office YU 3-3379
2940 Commerce Por+ Ar+I1
Chief. . .
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After graduation you'll find
new goals to achieve-increas-
ingly interesting though some-
times difficult. And whatever
your goal-in medicine, law or
business, you'l1 lind America's
free enterprise system offers
ever-growing opportunities and
rewards for successful accom-
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.
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DEPENDABLE CompIimen+s of
DRUGGIST PRICE AND COMPANY
Cigars, Candies, Tobacco, and
Sundries, Schrafffs Famous
Candies, Bracks Famous
S1'ore No. I-3648 l6'rl'1 S+.
S1'ore No. 2-260I 7+l1 S+.
Sfore No. 4-3838 Main Ave. 80' Housfon Avenue
in Groves YU 2-9494
2 I O I BIuebonne+
G. S. BELK GRO. 81 MKT.
3030 9+h Avenue
Dial YU 5-4742
Fancy Groceries, MeaI's,
MARI E'S FASHION
Where 'rhe Red CarpeI'
Is Always Ou'I'
Sporiswear Is Our SpeciaI+y
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
BONEAU'S RADIO SERVICE
Radio and Television
Sales and Service
AIso Record Shop
24I5 I6+I1 SI'ree'I' YU 5-7220
Besf of Luck 'Io +he
Senior CIass of '6I.
Your PCI. 2 Commissioner,
T. B. ELLISON
525 Lakeshore Drive
Phone YUIcon 2-945I
DISMU KES COMPANY
428 WACO AVENUE
"EsIabIished in I9I2"
The Prescripfion Shop
3046 Proc'I'er Por'r Arfhur, Texas
Por'r Ar'I'hur, Texas
Congra+ula+ions 'ro +he Class of I96l
JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS
440 Procfer YU 2-9488
GROC. 81 MARKET
A Full Line of Qualify
Frui+s and Vegerables
2500 l6'l'l1 S'I'ree'l'-YU 2-57II
DIAL YU 3-3349
PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
Besl' Wishes, Seniors of 'bl
23l6 Sixfeenih S+.
Phone YUkon 2-6428
C. A. MARTOY PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
Our Bes+, Seniors '6l
Q - A Ciilfgrrg for "Wl1ere you expecl Hue besl
'Eff TTR' J, GCC-TIGR and find il even bel'ler."
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C TURNBULLS DOWNTOWN CAFETERIA
X'x01g,,,El.ik-ggag 2325 p,-ocfer 635 5+l1 S1'ree+
" A JEWELRY MRS. MURPHY CHATAGNIER
M. 601+ and Fooibali Sweefhead Jeanie I-ioilingsworih 1960-6l
For +he Finesi' QuaIi+y, See Us,
W. L. JAMES AND SON
3830 SIXTEENTH STREET
DIAL YUkon 3-6733
"SHOES FoR LADIES-LAsslEs"
Pori' Ar'rhur. Texas
7I7 Ryan Sfreei'
4 Lake Charles, Louisiana
425 6'l'h S+ree+
P.O. Box 909
Pori' Arl'hur, Texas
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iradftfonalfy hrlgh fashion, hrgh quafffy, fow cost!
SCD'U"I'I-IERJN' UNION' GAS COMPANY
MIKE'S FOOD STORE
2320 IOII1 S'IreeI'
EL CHARRO RESTAURANT
Specializing in Mexican Food
I8I4 Housfon Ave.
Dial YUIcon 3-9605
Come and Try
Our Delicious Tacos
PORT ARTHUR AUTHORIZED
AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION
MINGLE MOTOR COMPANY
COLEMAN OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC RAIFORD MOTORS
INMAN CHEVROLET CO.
KLEAS-LATHAM MOTOR CO.
LINN MOTOR COMPANY
J. C. ROBISON BUICK
5I4 S'IacIium Rcl.
CompIimen'Is of Your
JEP S. FULLER
A. L. REYNOLDS 81 SON
All Forms of Insurance
l435-37 Procfer S+ree+
Dial YUkon 3-2774
For BeH'er Ready-fo-Wear and BeH'er
2335 Procfer YUkon 2-709I
PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
Clofhing, Ha'rs, Shoes
640 Proc+er S'rree'r
PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
Phone YUkon 5-47I6
EARLE B. HOLLEY
R. ROY ANDREWS
Men and Boys' Wear
ATKINS AND HOFFPAUIR
Congra'rula+ions, Seniors '6l A
JEFFERSON COUNTY 'P':f:Jl1A2'ff:ff
SH Service ai' 20II Bluebonne'r
CHERRY FURNITURE CO.
3009 I 6'rh S+ree+
Pori' Ar+hur, Texas
lefi' +o righi' are Joe
Sigler, Roberf Wood, Frances Moak, Claudeflre Hilliard. and Charles
FOURTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
3200 Thomas YU 3-I66I
" Phone YUkon 5-8442
L. A. Ma'rhis Rufus Nunez AND SCREENS
COLLAZO ALUMINUM SHOP
Cusfom BuiI'r Aluminum Screen Doors
Screens, Awnings, Blinds
and Windows of AII Types
CompIe'I'e Gulf Service
27 I 9 7I'h S'I'reeI'
Com pIimen+s of
G. D. DUHON FURNITURE
I6Ih S'I'reeI' and 9I'h Avenue
Ph YUIc -
one on 5 24" 30I Proc+er S'rreeI
Phone YUIcon 5-58lI
YAKIE SUPPLY COMPANY
Serving Sabine Area
for 35 Years
CompIeIe Machine Shop Service
225 AUSTIN AVE. DIAL YU 5-4328
Sales - Service
Renials - Supplies
All Makes Machines
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Y P ai47++.sTREET FURNITURE
TYPEWRITERS PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS
P T 422I I6+h S+.
CAPPS AND DON RICHARDS CLOTHES YU 5-5553
KNOX AND CHAMP HATS VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS
BOSTONIAN AND MANSEIELD SHOES
Shop and Save aI'
Genuine EIeC+riCaI Par+s
32I Sevenfh S+.
Dial YU 3-4522
33IO Six'I'een'I'h S+.
Dial YUkon 5-5588
Porf Arihur, Texas
Sani+a+ion, Comfori and Safe+y
of 'Ihe Home
3232 25+h ST. YU 3-2854
947 7I'h S1'ree'I'
WINKLER AUTO SUPPLY CO.
3006 I6th Street
Why agonize with new car pay-
ments? We can make your old
car run like new! We specialize
in repairing all makes ot trans-
IN HUMAN RELATIONS
6 most important words:
I Admit I Made A Mistake
5 most important words:
I Am Proud Ot You.
4 most important words:
What Is Your Opinion?
3 most important words:
It You Please.
2 most important words:
I .most important word:
least important worcl
We wish you Success, Happiness
ancl Health . . .
Drs. Norman and Margaret Plgg
W ONE STOP 'SEI'-ZVICE
K" Auto and Truck Repairs
Ottlclal Inspection Station
Motor Tune Ups
3,55 .gi Complete
ri' Wheel Balancing and Alignment
Complete Brake Service
Auto and Truck Springs
RAYS SPRING SERVICE
JOHN E. RICHARD--Owner
y 349 7th YU 3-42I6
CURRIES Home of 'rhe Crazy Frenchman
Serving This Area for 35 Years 3005 Sevemih S+'
I303 DeQueen Blvd.
I449 I-I-iciigosn Ave.
Your Leading Homeiown Grocer
950 Nimh Ave. ROMERO'S
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Abraham, Helen-28, 167, 178, 212, 228,
Abshire, Mary-28, 192, 212
Adams, Mary Beth-28, 285
Aleman, Olivie-28, 180, 211, 226, 230,
Alexander, Winifred-28, 197
Allen, Kathleen-28, 171, 184, 187, 190,
Allgood, jerry-28, 163, 179, 183
Anderson, Gabrielle-28, 196, 197, 202
Anderson, Barry-5, 28, 236, 243, 263,
Andrews, Frank-28, 196, 197, 212
Andrus, Andy-28, 85, 137
Andrus, Robert-28, 265, 266, 267, 268
Aquilina, Lo Sam-28, 202
Ariso, Linda-28, 180, 228
Arisco, Mary-29, 223
Arnold, johnny-29, 196
Atchison, Sammy-29, 90
Austin, Sharon-29, 200
Babino, Bobbie-29, 286, 290, 291
Baggese, Mary Catherine-29, 46, 77, 175
Bailey, Mike-29, 196, 197
Ball, Don-29, 213
Barton, Betty-29, 177
Bass, John-29, 273
Bates, Marvin-30, 171, 172, 173, 177,
Baxter, Karen-30, 74, 166, 218
Beckworth, Sandra-30, 174
Bellot, Maurice-30, 212
Bernauer, George-30, 197
Benavidez, Kathleen-30, 180
Benoit, Marie-30, 36, 178
Benson, Mary Carolyn-30, 171, 194
Berry, Milton-30, 206, 195
Bertrand, Judy-30, 215
Bilbo, Charles-30, 199, 214
Black, Billy-31, 202, 273
Blanchard, Donna-31, 202, 228, 230, 286
Blanchard, Susan-31, 174, 202
Boclden, Dorthy-31, 213
Bodden, Harold, 31, 196
Boehme, Rebecca-31, 180, 202
Boote, Ann-31, 47, 179, 190, 192
Boutte, William-3 1
Brantley, Cindy-31, 36, 79, 88, 126, 127,
128, 129, 137, 138, 141, 184, 202, 207,
Breaux, Peggy-31, 46, 78, 130, 180, 181
Breckenridge, Bob-31, 142, 167, 182, 202
Davis, Gene-23, 34, 130, 137, 143, 166
Davis, Howard-35, 197
Davis, jim-35, ,197
Davis, Janice-35, 47, 194, 202, 286,
Dean, Catherine-35, 184, 187, 206, 207
Deckard, Cheryl-35, 100, 143, 175
206, 207' 220 Deriso jimmy 35
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roussar , ve yn 31, 196 DeVillier, Robert-35, 90, 167, 170, 195,
Broussard, Gary-32 206
Broussard, Helen-32, 100, 1661 176, 215 Dickerson, Janice-35, 100, 176
Bfoussafiwavne-52,139 Domingue, Jean Kay-35, 176, 212, 285,
Brown, Myrtle-32, 88, 143 286, 237
Burdett, Fay-32, 136, 180, 228 Dominguez, Corina-35, 168, 286, 287,
Burge, David-32 291
Bufge7Judith-32 Doyle, Pat-35, 86, 101, 130, 162, 163,
Buvinghausen, Janelle-32, 140, 162, 184, 2012091214316
187, 195, 202, 207 DuBOiS, Carol-55, 194, 207, 285, 286
Byrd, Karen-32, 130, 202, 207, 211, 228, Duckworth, Leonard-23, 35, 237, 245,
250, 286 248, 251, 252
C Duhon, Rodney-35, 195, 206
Calhoun John'-'32 DUmCSH1l, Jeff'-275, 216
Can. Jimmy-32 Duplantis, Betty-38
carter, Carl-32, 56, 79, 126, 129, 137, Dupontfibat-387285
236, 252 Dupy, Diana-38, 95, 130, 162, 163, 184,
Cary,,:afen-32,281,283,287,29O gif, 189, 195, 202, 207, 209, 210, 228,
Castaneda, jesse-32 E
Castaneda, jimmy-32, 272
Cates, Ouida--33, 192
Caughlin, Tommy-33, 180, 182, 206, 207,
Cazemier, Harry-33, 130, 195, 202, 206
Christian, Nancy-33, 194, 281, 285, 286,
Clary, Leslie-33, 100, 176, 177
Cloar, Linda-33, 175
Coffman, Jack-33, 195, 202, 206
Coffman, Natt-33, 46, 195, 202, 206
Coleman, Nova-33, 138, 195, 202, 206,
Comeaux, Sharin-33, 162, 167
Cooper, Janice-33, 167, 228
Corley, Shirley--34, 96, 196, 215
Cowling, Randy-34, 196
Cox, Carole--34, 196
Cox, Linda, 34, 220
Crawford, Shary-34, 182, 207, 216
D'Abadie, Cherie-34, 126, 142, 184, 187
Daigle, Ida Nell-34, 176, 177, 178, 180,
1DaHid, Pat-34, 100, 101, 167, 211, 227
Daniel, Mary Ann-34, 130
Darnell, William, 34, 195, 206
Emmons, Judy-22, 38, 286
English, Beverly-38, 202, 228
English, Johnnie-38, 192, 215
Erickson, john-38, 256, 264
Ferguson, Linda-38, 88, 184, 187, 188,
Fogleman, Evelyn--39, 99, 171, 184, 202,
Foreman, Janice-39, 136, 180,
Fontenot, Kenneth-39, 216
Gallion, Sandra-39, 197
Gartin, Sue-39, 127, 129, 130, 141, 162
Gaspard, Roy-39, 197
Gerace, Joanne-39, 163, 202, 204
Gibbons, Bill-40, 89, 166
Gilbert, Bill-40, 85, 98, 171, 172, 195,
Glaze, Barbara-40, 192, 215
Glorioso, Rose Ann-40, 192
Goff, Jane-40, 192, 212, 220, 224
c36ff, Judy-40, 98, 190, 191, 192, 194,
Golclblum, Randy-40, 137, 182, 202, 204
Green, Donnie-41, 195, 206
Gregory, Mary-41, ,100, 126, 130, 184,
Gres, Louie-36, 41, 166, 167
Guidry, Lynda--41, 285, 286, 287, 291
Haines, Kyle-41, 238, 242, 247, 248, 250,
Hunt, Glenda-43, 47
Hunter, Marcell-43, 175, 215, 228
Ienna, Carlo-43, 196
Jayroe, Donna-44, 164, 202, 220
jenkins, Bill-44, 292
Johnson, Glenn-44, 89, 142, 166, 167
Johnson, Jimmy-44, 180, 239, 251, 252
Johnstone, joy-44, 175
Jones, Don-44, 197
jones, Linda Alice-44, 166, 213
Jones, Linda jean--44, 197
Jones, Ronnie--44, 77, 93, 95, 100, 127
jones, Sharon-45, 98, 179, 184, 194, 195
Hammock, Deith-41, 192, 215
Hammock, Sherry-41, 197
Hanson, John-41, 195, 206
Hawsey, Johnny-36, 41
Heath, Beverly-42, 86, 195, 206, 220,
Hebert, Melba-42, 177, 178, 215
Hebert, Nancy-42, 215
Hebert, Wade-42, 180
Phcks, Jay-42, 79, 150, 136, 141, 179,
Higginbotham, Neil-42, 216
Hilliard, Claudette-42, 95, 166, 167, 180,
Hollander, Dennis-42, 167, 182, 194,
Holier, james-42, 196
Hollingsworth, Jessie-42, 79, 87, 94,
joubert, Geniua-45, 192, 194
judice, Claire-44, 45, 171
Iungen, Edward-45, 175, 198
Jurischk, Edwin-45, 195, 198, 206
Kay, David-45, 198
Kerr, Sandra-45, 197, 200, 202
Kesman, james-45, 171
Killingsworth, Charles-45, 136, 195, 202
King, Patsy-48, 100, 176
Kinnaircl, Frances-48, 197
Kirkendall, Charles-48, 162, 195, 202
Klebba, Mary Ellen-48, 95, 137, 184, 187
Knight, Reagon-23, 47, 48, 265, 273
Holtman, Bill-43, 46, 78, 197
Holzapfel, Helen-43, 180, 202
Hooks, Roy-22, 43, 90, 137, 136, 138,
166, 167, 141, 207, 213, 239, 252, 266,
Howard, Aubrey-21, 43, 266, 267, 268
Hubert, Gay-43, 190, 192
Hudson, Alice-43, 98, 138, 194, 207, 208
Geebel, Milton--43, 197
Huff, Deeana-5, 43, 96, 130, 175, 178,
Hull, Myra-43, 216
Landry, joseph-46, 48, 101, 195, 199
Lawson, Lamar-17, 36, 46, 48, 77, 101
127, 127, 129, 130,
LeBlanc, Julie-48, 162, 195, 202, 204,
LeBlanc, Weldon-48, 195, 206
LeQuey, Bill-49, 175
LeBoeuf, Linda--49, 87, 197
LeDoux, Nancy-49, 285, 287
Legate, Richard-49, 98, 102, 213, 241,
Letulle, Tommy-49, 197
Lofton, Anne-49, 103, 130, 166, 203, 226,
Lona, Mary-49, 168
Lopez, johnny-49, 168
Loukas, Diane-49, 126, 127, 171, 172,
Lowther, Sarah Ann-50, 212, 220
Lozano, Virginia-50, 168, 180
Ludwig, Ray-50, 98, 130, 182, 203, 207,
McBeth, Peggy-50, 100, 127, 129, 130,
157, 140, 143, 184, 187, 188, 205, 206,
207, 228, 230
McConathy, Kay-50, 192
McCrary, Larry-50, 213
McCue, Pat-50, 162, 192, 206
MCCurley, John-50, 256, 261, 262, 263,
266, 267, 268
McDonald, Betty-50, 165
McFatter, Charles-50, 84, 137, 142, 182,
McGrew, Mike-50, 175
McMahon, Carol-50, 221
Machalek, Cynthia-51, 175
MacKenroth, 'Grover-5 1, 1 80
Mahaffey, Bruce-51, 136, 195, 206
Mallet, Cecil-51, 196
Malone, joe-51, 199
Marsh, Sandy-51, 190,' 191, 192, 212
Marsh, Susan-51, 90, 130, 186, 188, 212,
Martinez, Linda-51, 168, 212
Martinez, Lupe-51, 190, 191, 192
Mason, Eva-51, 197
Mathrole, Patty-51, 171, 180
May, Louis-51, 213
Mayea, Maureen-52, 180
Maxfield, james-52, 180, 216, 241, 251,
Menchaca, Robert-52, 139
Midgette, Gervis-52, 216
Miquez, Carol-52, 176, 212
Miller, Grady-52, 199, 215
Miller, Ivan-52, 171
Miller, Mary Kay-52
Milner, Buzz-52, 137, 139, 140, 257, 263
266, 267, 269, 270
Moak, Frances-52, 194
Mock, Ann-52, 184, 187, 188, 203, 221
Moon, Janis-53, 95, 102, 130, 180, 194,
Morgan, Sharon-53, 197
Moritz, Carol-53, 162, 165 203, 206,
207, 228, 230
Moss, Merrill-53, 88, 192, 203 207, 228,
230, 286, 291
Moyer, james-53, 203, 206, 221, 272, 273
Myers, jerry-53, 197
Nacol, Marie-53, 180
Nunez, Sandra-53 103, 167, 212, 220,
Nusorn, Gaynell-53, 180, 221
Nutr, David-36, 53, 76, 176, 140, 257,
Oakley, Virginia-54, 166, 167, 174, 206,
Oteri, john-54, 270
Owings, Linda-54, 96, 178, 182, 198, 211
Pace, Nelda-54, 180, 211, 228
Pardue, Ann-54, 96, 190, 192, 285
Parent, Linda-54, 167, 223
Parent, Lionel-54, 100, 166, 167, 195,
206, 266, 267, 269, 270
Patrick, Bo-Peep-46, 54, 72, 137, 141,
174, 227, 230
Payne, James-54, 182, 203
Pecorino, Emma Rose-54, 192
Pitre, Billy-54, 195, 206
Porter, Erleen-55, 128, 171, 172, 180,
181, 203, 210, 219, 228, 230, 231
Powers, Alice-55, 196
Price, Johnnie-55, 195, 206
Primeaux, Micka-55, 216, 266, 268
Proft, Frances-36, 55, 161, 171, 172, 184,
Ramirez, Mary Helen-5 5, 94, 212
Reeves, Harvey-55, 75, 95, 213, 242, 244,
251, 252, 253
Richard, Harold-21, 55
Richard, Russell-47, 55, 139
Richerson, Tim-55, 176, 194
Riegner, Susan-164, 192, 228, 230, 231
Riley, Linda-140, 166, 184, 185, 187,
203, 204, 229, 230
Roddy, Garland-257, 262, 263, 271
Rogers, Diana-178, 179
Roll, Van-196, 197, 206
Romero, Carolyn-167, 192, 195, 206, 212,
Roussel, Bill-195, 203, 206
Roy, Pat-96, 168, 169, 171, 178, 287,
Ryan, Mike-176, 195, 206
Sandoval, Jack-78, 90
Saulsberry, Charlyn-78, 130, 138, 167,
Schexnayder, Sandra-287, 291
Schkade, Carolyn-180, 184, 187, 194,
Scott, Sharon-216, 229, 287
Shinn, Judy-171, 172, 192 203 204,
207, 220, 221, 285, 286, 287,, 290 i
Sirman, Neil-47, 90, 195, 202, 206
Smith, Bobby-182, 208
Smith, Carol-184, 187, 195, 203, 206,
Smith, Jane-162, 170, 171, 203, 220,
Smith, Karen-207, 208, 216
Lecretia-162, 180, 229, 231, 287
Smith, Olive-180, 203
Smith, Sandra-98, 162, 203, 214, 216.
220, 221, 285
Snoek, Karlene-130, 175, 203, 229, 230
Solis, Irene-168, 180, 229, 287
Sonnier, john Wayne-245, 257, 263, 264
Soree, Benny-36, 167, 245, 251, 252
Stansbury, Lynn-196, 197
Stokes, Carolyn-183, 203, 211, 241
Stout, Russell-73, 85, 126, 129, 139, 143,
Templeton, Mary jane-171, 178, 203
Tennant, Mary Beth-192, 221
Terrell, Sue-96, 171, 190
Tetreault, Don-95, 246, 264
Thames, Kay-126, 142, 183, 203, 215,
Thibodeaux, Velma-180, 287
Tomlin, Linda-76, 95, 131, 140, 142,
Traham, Sabra-211, 229, 230, 231
Trevino, Mary Louise-168, 194, 203
Tyson, Sylvia-162, 203, 206, 220, 221,
Van Slyke, Judy-47
Veazey, Manette--171, 176, 177, 178, 180
Wallace, John-128, 136, 137, 140, 163,
Wellburn, Betsy-139, 140, 143, 162, 190,
Wendlandt, Ingrid-77, 136, 177, 178, 212,
White, Susan-136, 203, 207, 211, 229,
Wiley, Billie jo
Williams, Iris-136, 203
Wisson, Elizabeth-197, 203
Wingfield, Wendy-203, 207, 229, 231
Woodson, Robert-243, 244, 246, 247, 248
Wueller, Shirley-131, 139, 203,: 229, 230
Yentzen, Gene-196, 197, 273
Abshire, Floy-108, 191
Abshire, Royce-108, 197
Adams, Elizabeth-108, 167
Allred, Bob-108, 113, 176
Anawaty, Carolyn-108, 116, 176, 181
Anderson, Leni-80, 108, 127, 128, 129,
138, 139, 194, 212
Anderson, Nancy-108, 197
Ardoin, Donna-108, 285
Ardoin, Janice-108, 167
Avilez, Yolanda-108, 169
Axtell, Linda-108, 113, 198
Bailey, G. W.-80, 108, 126, 132,
141, 163, 165, 178, 208
Baker, Mabel-108, 112, 167, 205, 231
Balawjder, Mary-108, 169, 190
Barbay, Elaine-108, 184
Barnes, Sue-108, 194, 231
lBarrington, Sherry-108, 122
Batic, William-109, 164, 200
Beasley, Lawrence-109, 133, 142, 172,
Berg, Donna-109, 181
Bergerson, Mary-109, 194
Blackwell, Brenda-109, 194, 280
Blenderman, Louis-109, 272, 273
Bolles, Bob-109, 126, 163, 195
Boone, Joel-109, 229, 261, 264
Borres, Michael-109, 292
Boutin, Kathleen-109, 167, 191
Bradley, Sherly-110, 184
Branham, Larry-110, 163
Broussard, Annette-110, 126, 143
Brown, Gayle-110, 164
Brown, Gene-110, 170
Bullock, Reva-110, 163, 191
Burke, Cecile-110, 197
Byrd, Gene-110, 132, 142, 162
Cain, Donald-110, 236
Cantu, Roger-110, 133, 142, 169, 195,
Cantu, Rudy-110, 206
Cassel, james-110, 132, 254
Cates, Ray-110, 215
Chambers, Alice-110, 132, 136, 285
Champagne, Charles-110, 163
Chapa, Carolyn-110, 169, 194
Chatagnier, Cherly-110, 167, 208
Clingan, Mary-110, 178
Cloar, Ginger-110, 168, 169, 186
Clouse, Bob-111, 164, 218
Cody, Billie-1 1 1
Cole, Robert-1 11
Collazo, Eleanor-1 11, 181
Colletti, Paula-111, 194, 208
Cook, jerry-111, 186
Coshman, john-1 11
Costley, Carol-111, 164, 181
Craig, Janet-111, 169, 177, 290
Craig, Betty-111, 177, 285
Cricchio, Rose+1 11
Criswell, Barbara-111, 164, 182, 186, 188
Cross, Linda-111, 281
Cutaia, Betty-111, 113, 175, 198
Cunningham, Ernest-111, 266, 267
Dartez, Lillie-111, 191, 290
Dartez, Kay-111, 119, 132, 208, 230
d'Augereau, Renell-110, 111, 133, 126
Dauphine, Karen-111, 169, 181, 194, 285
Davis, James-111, 189, 266, 269
Davis, Judi-110, 111, 136, 181, 191
Dearmond, Claudie-111, 181
DeFrates, Earl-111, 256
Delgadillo, Isabel--112, 132, 169, 181
Demler, Sandraf112, 184, 185, 208
Denton, Wally-112, 121
deSteiguer, Nora-112, 184, 185, 208, 231
Devoll, Dianne-112, 121
DeYoung, Dolly-112, 194
Dilworth, Elizabeth-112, 177, 200
Dixson, Mary-112, 163, 191, 220
Dore, Nancy-112, 285, 290
Dorsey, Tommy-112, 273
Doyle, Janet-112, 213
Earle, David-1 12
Eaves, Jolene-112, 143, 167, 181, 208, 215
Eaves, Michael-112, 264
Eck, Gail-112, 194
Elam, Deanie-112, 194
Ellis, Linda-112, 164
Evans, Lucy-112, 162, 165, 186
Faulk, Lex-170, 171
Feltman, Billy-112, 197
Fett, B. J.-112, 133, 195, 208
Fischer, Joan-112, 181
Folsom, Glenda-17, 110, 112, 211
Fleckman, Martin-112, 256, 261,
Fontenot, Joe Ann-112
Foote, Robert-112, 180, 181
Foret, Eloise-112, 136, 289
Fox, Tommy-113, 199
Gallio, Sandra-1 1 3
Garrett, Fan-113, 184, 208
Gesin, John-113, 272
Glass, Mary Ell-113, 132, 137, 142,
Gloria, Rachel-113, 133, 181, 208
Goff, Sandie-113, 184, 188, 189
Gonzales, Emma-113, 195
Gooch, Roland-103, 113, 195
Gorday, Peggy-1 13
Grace, Martha-1 13
Green, Johnny-113, 292
Griffith, Gwynn-113, 175, 17
Griffith, Joselyn-113, 164
Guest, Allen-1 1 3, 2 14
Gutierrez, Beatrice-113, 169
, Cecilia-113, 169, 195
Guidry, Edmund-113, 133
Guidry, James-113, 238, 252,
Hunt, Hilton-115, 176, 177, 178
Hunter, Tommy-1 1 5,
Hurwitz, Kenf103, 112, 115, 132, 162
165, 195, 205
Hutchins, James-1 15
Hum, Sandie-115, 178, 181, 183, 191
Irvine, Kathy-115, 136, 176, 181, 213
Hadclen, George-112, 113, 273, 292
Hale, Jackie-114, 213
Hallmark, Vera-114, 122
Hampton, Hanna-80, 99, 114, 194, 230
Hawkins, Lamar-114, 165, 254
Haney, Ray-114, 254
Harden, Jean-114, 129, 133, 137, 138,
191, 208, 287
Harris, Jessie-114, 197
Infante, Dominga-115, 169, 215
Ingo, Carolyn-115, 190, 191, 192
Jackson, Carlton-115, 257
Jackson, Sandie-115, 177, 213, 285,
Jeanis, Ronnie-1 1 5
Jensen, Betty-1 1 5
Johnson Carol Irene-115, 129, 133
Johnson Jo Ellen-115, 123, 184
Haskell, Peter-114, 167, 254
Hathaway, Larry-114, 199
Carrie-114, 115, 169
Hebert, Wayne- 114
Ashton-80, 114, 136,
Henry, Warren-114, 118
Greig, Carl-113, 162, 205, 208, 247, 254
Hensley, Jack--114, 132
Hicks, Richard-114, 196
Hightower, Dianne-114, 127, 133
Hill, Boyd-114, 200
Hoffpauir, Clifford-114, 164
Holmes, Jeanne-114, 122, 184, 188
Holtman, Susan-114, 129, 133, 163, 192
Hosen, Peggy-102, 115, 178
Huber, Pam-115, 132, 165, 184, 230
Hudson, Larry--115, 266, 267
Johnson, Michael-115, 254
Johnston, Richard-1 15
Jones, Gordon-115, 169
Jones, Patsy-116, 181
Jordan, Buddy-112, 116, 136
Jordan, James-93, 116, 132, 217, 219
Jordan, Ronald-116, 169
Kidd, Jeriy-95, 116, 239
Killingsworth, Ann-116, 127, 133, 137
138, 184, 211, 230
King, Donald-116, 254
Krautz, Karen-116, 122
Kreiter, Richard-116, 133, 142, 169
Knight, Robert-116, 266, 268
LaBorde, Larry-116, 266, 268, 267, 269
Ladner, Sondra-116, 118, 177
LaFleur, Deanna-116, 181
Mavis-112, 116, 162, 175, 182
Donald-116, 133, 162, 195
Landry, Eugene-116, 195
Landry, Mike-116, 127, 133, 137, 208
Landry, Ronnie-116, 132, 241, 242, 243
248, 251, 252, 253, 266, 267
Landry, Sharon-116, 191, 285
Langdon, Marie-116, 167, 178
Leavell, james-1 16
Leavell, Joan-100, 116
LeBlanc, Buddy-178, 254
LeBlanc, Geoffrey-1 16
Lee, Nancy-1 16
Lee, james-116, 163, 195, 254
Leman, Sandra-117, 172, 184, 194
LeLeux, joy-1 1 7
Lewis, James-117, 162
Lewis, Judy-117, 175, 184, 198, 208
Light, Johana-117, 132
Logan, Tirn-117, 220
Looper, Shriley-117, 123, 136, 162, 208
Lona, Carmen-117, 169
Low, Jimmie-117, 183
Lusk, john-117, 177, 265, 274
joan-117, 172, 173
, Raymond-1 1 7
Martin, Thomas-110, 117, 199, 241
McConathy, Royce-117, 195
McCorquodale, Linda-117, 186, 194
McCorvy, Paul-117, 292
McCoy, Wayne-1 18
McCuistion, Judy-118, 177
McDaniel, Glenda-118, 164, 231 .
McDonald, Charles-118, 172, 173, 195,
256, 264, 266, 267, 268
McFadden, Donna-118, 167, 181
McGough, Mack-118, 271
McLaurin, Neil-17, 118
McMillan, Verna-118, 136
McMillan, Virginia-118, 133, 162, 163
181, 184, 285, 287, 290
McNabb, Brenda-118, 128, 136, 143, 162
McQueen, Sunny-118, 196, 197
McVey, Judy-89, 118, 132, 181, 230
Meeker, Margaret-118, 127, 133, 137
Matte, Pat-117, 195
Matthews, Alton-117, 213
McCall, Charles-117, 182
Miertschin, Gary-115, 118, 195, 254
Ann-112, 118, 126, 136, 162, 184
205, 208, 220
Gary-118, 119, 244, 263
Lucille-118, 162, 208
Miller, Lynne-118, 176
Miller, Malcolm-118, 257, 266, 267, 268,
Miller, Phyllis-118, 169
Morris, Gloria-195, 212
Moak, Phyllis-118, 180, 230
Moerbe, Chloe-118, 181, 231
Montalvo, Irene-118, 169, 290
Moore, Elizabeth-118, 169, 184
Moore, Paula-119, 169
Moyer, Pam-119, 136, 162, 208, 230
Murray, Steve-119, 199, 292
Norvell, Diane-119, 132, 167
O'Brien, Karen-119, 133, 138, 208, 213
Odom, Luther-119, 139
Olive, Karen-119, 133, 137, 164, 175
Orrill, Ray-119, 127, 133, 138, 162, 203,
Pampolina, Phillip-80, 115, 119, 292
Parker, Linda-119, 162
Patin, Darla-114, 119
Patterson, Dexter-119, 182
Perez, Alfred-2 54
Peyton, Dot-80, 120, 133, 143, 180, 181
Pittman, Carol-120, 176
Pitts, Claudia-120, 132, 191
Pornmier, Calvin-120, 200
Potter, Gracey-103, 120, 132, 162, 165,
Pratt, LaUna-120, 172
Prejean, Judi-100, 120, 136, 177, 178
Pryor, Nancy-120, 132, 164, 182, 191
Pulito, Loraine-120, 162, 190, 194, 195
Quinn, jane--120, 194, 195
Quinn, Larry-120, 176, 178
Rabuck, Robert-119, 120, 133, 244
Randall, Gayle-95, 120, 190, 191
Read, Glenda-120, 163
Read, Sherry-120, 167
Reaves, Linda-120, 162, 212
Reyna, Gregory-80, 115, 120, 132, 143
Riche, Jimmie-120, 195
Robins, Ronald-112, 120, 164, 178, 182
Roddy, Walker-121, 164, 182
Rothman, Charlotte--121, 177
Rouly, Caralyn-121, 197
Rutty, Kenny-111, 121, 266, 267
Salter, Robert-121, 292
Sandifer, Connie-121, 164
Saulsberry, Dale-121, 166, 167, 178
Scheifley, William--112, 121, 162, 172
Scheler, Barbara-121, 133
Schroeder, Harold-121, 264
Savoie, Robert-112, 121, 162, 205, 220
Scott, Bonnie-121, 178
Scott, Carol-80, 109, 121, 132, 133, 211
Sechler, Stan-121, 132, 168, 169, 208
Serville, jerry-118, 121, 136
Sibley, Sharon-116, 121, 132, 143, 162
Sims, jay-109, 121, 142
Skaff, Philip-109, 121, 136, 274
Schaefer, Edwin-121, 195, 206
Slaupas, Anthony-122, 247
Lewis-122, 178, 208
Martha--100, 113, 122, 132, 164
Smitherman, Judy--109, 122, 133, 184
Snoek, Loretta-1 2 2
Soileau, joseph-1 2 2
Solis, Pat-122, 127, 133,
Solis, Victoria--122, 169
Spears, Alice-122, 177
Stephens, Michele-116, 122, 176, 178
Stokes, Nancy-122, 177
Stokes, Paulda-122, 285
Stokes, Sue-122, 167
137, 141, 168
Sullivan, James-122, 196
Swearingen, jonell-111, 122
Tapp, William-122, 197
Tatum, Linda-117, 122, 138, 164, 177,
Thompson, Kay-117, 123, 163, 230
Thompson, Ronald-123, 245, 247, 248,
Treibel, George-123, 241, 254
Trokee, Mary-123, 215
Turner, Linda-123, 191, 198, 285
Umphrey, Dane-1 2 3
Van Hess, Carl-123
Verboon, Gretchen-123, 132, 176, 178
Villareal, Rosie-123, 194
Vincent, Denise-123, 181
Vines, Carly jo-123, 133, 129
Wagner, Mary-114, 123, 213
Walker, Paul-123, 168, 178, 182, 195
Walpole, Carol-123, 162
Walters, Marthina-123, 285
Watts, Robert-123, 139, 237
Weathington, Lee-103, 123, 168, 182, 195
Wehmeyer, Ethel--92, 124, 181, 194
Welch, Sherry-124, 184, 230, 231, 289
Wells, Rebecca-173, 124, 167, 184, 285
White, Sally-124, 290
Wiggins, Bill-122, 124
Willson, Wayne-124, 169
Wingfield, Pat-124, 184
Wolfe, Stephen-95, 124, 169
Wukascb, Barbara-92, 124, 132, 181
Ybarra, Beatrice-124, 169
Zeigler, Bobby-124, 196
Adame, Marie Elena-146, 169
Adams, Linda Ann-146, 290
Adams, Mary Helen-146
Adaway, Milton Danielf146
Albright, Billee Claire-146, 167, 173,
Albritton, Slagle Albert--134, 136, 146,
Alleman, Cheryl-146, 162
Allen, Sue-146, 147, 169, 178
Amrn, Kenneth-146, 165
Anderson, Bryan-146, 154, 254
Birkman, Ruth-147, 64
Blanchard, Allen-147, 264
Borel, Deann-147, 191, 284
Bradley, Lynda-147, 178, 198
Brannan, Michael-134, 136, 147, 163
Bright, George-147, 183, 200, 205, 220
Brite, Carolyn-147, 163, 185
Brogan, Barbara-147, 163
Aston, Virginia-146, 284
Babin, Laurenda-134, 135, 146, 164,
Babino, Marcella-146, 158
Badgu, Patricia-146, 185
Bandsma, Linda-146, 162
Bandsma, Paula-146, 164
Bandy, Mary-146, 162, 191
Broussard Gerald-147, 167, 266, 270
, Norris-147, 167
Brown, Eleanor-147, 174
Brown, G. W.-147
Brunson, Donna-147, 167
Burks, Barbara--147, 163, 185
Byrd, Lee Roy-134, 135, 138,
153, 164, 220
Cappadonna, Mary-147, 181
Capps, David-148, 254
Carcaia, Roxann-148, 164, 175
Battarbee, Barbara--146, 169, 190, 191
Bazar, Penny-146, 159, 167
Beavens, Sandra-134, 147, 162, 284
Bell, Danny-146, 273
Benz, Ray-134, 147,
Bewley, Wanda-147, 284
Besse, Joy--147, 175, 182
Bigler, Bill-147, 200
158, 162, 182, 185,
Carr, Cindy-148, 163, 284
Carter, john-148, 273
Carter, Sue-148, 163
Carver, Janis-134, 152, 284
Castro, Hugo-148, 264
Cavaretta, Lewis-148, 162, 195, 206
Chalmers, Kay-135, 148, 159, 182, 183
Clarkson, Timothy-148, 199
Clingaman, jacquelyn--148, 163, 191
Coe, Susie-126, 135, 148
Collins, julie-148, 174, 175
Collings, Mary-148, 163
Cone, Toby-148, 163, 186, 188
Cooksey, Gay-134, 148, 169, 185, 284
Cooper, Jeanette-22, 148, 159, 181
Coulbourn, Martha-148, 163
Court, Marion-148, 191
Cox, Melba-148, 176, 150
Cropper, Dona-148, 284
Crow, Thomas-148, 183
Cunningham, Nancy-148, 284
Dauphine, Ronald-148, 173, 182, 272
Davis, Belinda-134, 136, 148, 164
Davis, Caludia-148, 284
Dawson, Judith-135, 143, 148
Dejean, Gloria-148, 284
Deloney, William-126, 127, 135, 143,
DeLosSantos, Eloise-148, 191
Dezelle, Sarah-148, 153, 167, 173, 185,
Dix, Nancy-148, 152, 175
Dolce, Noel-84, 126, 135, 138, 142, 147,
Dominguee, Billie-149, 277, 288, 290
Domingue, Carolynn-149, 190, 191
Doty, Jesse-149, 220
Downs, Susan-149, 169, 185, 284
Doyle, Mike-149, 237, 256, 264, 271, 273
Droddy, Robert-149, 190
Ducote, Marilyn-149, 150, 167, 284
Dumesnil, Curtis-149, 164, 170
Pat-1 5 1
Durham, Kenneth-149, 273
Dyson, Lewis-149, 273
Easley, Pat-135, 138, 149
Elliott, Norris-149, 163, 200
Elsrer, Arthur-127, 134, 139, 149, 153,
English, Judy-149, 191, 194
Estorga, Delia-149, 191
Etheredge, Patricia-149, 284
Ferguson, Katherine-149, 181
Fitzner, Harry-22, 149, 177
Flanagan, Carol-135, 149, 156, 163, 185
Flores, Diana-149, 191
Flowers, Linda-149, 182
Foley, Pat-149, 284
Fontenot, Janis--149, 181
Gannon, Daniel-149, 164, 195, 206
Glenn, Bettie-136, 149, 163
Jessie-150, 169, 191
Huges, Hank-1 5 1
Hughes, Peggy-1 5 1
Hund, Kenneth-1 5 1
Hunt, Rodney-1 5 1
Hurst, jane-1 5 1
Garcia, Lupe-149, 134, 168, 169
Garcia, Mary-149, 169
Beth--135, 149, 191
Garza, Dolores-149, 169
Gauthier, Theresa-149, 167, 191
Gebhart, Johanna-135, 149, 162
Gennusa, Ragan-149, 254, 272, 273
Gillman, Becky-101, 135, 149
Gonzalez, Gracie-150, 169
Goss, Lance--134, 136, 150, 254
Gratham, Diane-150, 191
Green, Hollie--150, 175, 178
Green, Sandra-150, 185, 284
Griffith, Kenny-150, 157, 175, 284
Griffith, Martin-150, 164
Guajardo, Mary-150, 284
Guidry, Terry-150, 271, 273
Gulley, Lana-150, 181, 284
Hall, Carole-135, 150, 167, 289
Hall, Charles-134, 150, 154
Haltom, Donald-139, 150
Hart, Mary-150, 164, 220, 290
Hebert, Pamela-150, 181, 190, 191
Hebert, Sandy-150, 191, 284
Hecker, Ray-134, 145, 150
Henry, Judy-134, 150, 174
Hinrichs, Dona-150, 162
Hodges, Clifford-150, 292
Holland, Jo Ellen-151
Hollier, Robert-134, 151, 163, 183, 254
Hollingsworth, Brenda-15 1
Honeycutt, Sue-89, 136, 151, 194
Horwitz, Edward-151, 168
Hubbard, Priscilla-151, 168
Hudson, Charlotte-151, 186, 188
Hudson, Rebecca-151, 163, 191
Irion, Barbara-1 5 1
Irion, Kay-1 5 1, 18 1
Irvin, Sandra-1 5 1
Jackson, Reagan-151, 254, 264
Jackson, Reggie-1 51, 1 57
james, Martin-1 56
Jeane, Harvey-151, 206
Jenkins, Ronald-1 51
Jenny, Charles-1 51, 19 5
johnson, Ellis-151, 254
Johnson, Mary-84, 136, 143, 1
Johnston, Norman-1 5 1
Johnston, Wayne-1 5 1
Jones, Gilbert-151, 164
jones, jimmy-151, 169
jones, JoAnn-151, 167, 181, 189
Jones, Joe-1 5 1
Jones, Martin-1 5 1
jones, Merinda-95, 97, 151
Jordan, Karen-1 51
Kesman, Molly-1 5 1
Ketcherside, Sondra-15 1
Killian, Sharon-1 5 1
King, Diane-1 5 1
Kirchmer, john-135, 139, 151, 254
Kitchens, Marilyn-151, 191
Klages, Dwight-151, 205
Knight, Beth Ann-136, 147,
177, 206, 284
Knighton, Brenda-1 5 1
Krautz, Johnny-1 5 1
Krummel, Ruth-15 1
Kube, Henry-1 51
I.aCombe, Anita-1 5 1
Laird, Bill-15 1
Lakie, Leslie-151, 168, 206, 195
LaLonde, Judy-15 1, 284
Arlene-1 5 1
Landry, Barbara-1 5 1
Landry, Claire-151, 159, 206
Landry, John-1 51
Landry, Jolynn-1 5 1
Landry, Rudy-1 51, 163
Landford, Barbara-1 5 1
Pamela-151, 174, 185, 284
Larson, Vestal-151, 199
Latiolasis, Phyllis-151, 167, 190, 191, 198
Lauve, Leonard-151, 157, 266, 268, 269
, Brenda-152, 173, 194, 284
Lee, Daryl-195, 206
Lee, Jimmie-152, 154, 165, 266
Lee, William-152, 164
Leaman, Alberta-152, 185
Lequeux, Blayne-152, 220
Levingston, Jimmie Ruth-152, 172
Light, Barbara-135, 152
Lilljedahl, Teddy-152, 254
Lippincott, Edward-152, 162
Livingston, Linda-134, 152
Loar, James-152, 274, 162
Lockwood, Mary-152, 167, 284
Loewenstein, Robert-103, 152, 163, 195
Logan, Frankk162, 254
Lopez, Beartice-152, 290
Lowther, Richard-152, 162, 292
Ludwig, Joanne-152, 186, 188, 189
Magnus, Judy-152, 164
Malone, Maudine-152, 163
Mandel, jay-152, 164
Rufucl-152, 163, 195, 200, 206
Marcontell, Jimmy-152, 162
Marsch, Donald-152, 271, 273
Marshall, john-152, 164
Marsh, Barbara-152, 284
Martin, Janet-152, 191
Mason, Rita-152, 191
Mathis, Ray-152, 264
Matte, Nereana-1 52
McCoy, Shirley-1 52
McDonald, Sandy-152, 191, 284
McFarland, Judy-152, 181, 191
McGrew, Patricia-134, 152, 156
McGuff, Marilyn-134, 152, 162, 185
McMillian, jerry-152, 159
McMonagle, Kathleen-1 52
McWilliams, June-152, 191
Meadows, Sally-152, 185
Meaux, Judy-153, 194
Meaux, Verna-153, 167
Meeler, Ted-153, 264
Menzeh, Chris-1 53
Meyer, Eugene-1 53
Meyer, Patty-134, 153
Midgette, Carol-153, 163, 194
Milburn, Kay-153, 163, 185
Mims, Ioan-135, 153, 163, 178, 185
Molina, Alice-153, 173, 191
Monore, Janet-153, 191
Morgan, David-134, 153, 190
Morgan, Tommy-153, 162, 182, 200
Moser, Scoggy-1 53
Moss, Hilma-153, 191, 194
Murphy, Mary-153, 162, 165
Musick, Marilee-1 53
Myers, Peggy-153, 185, 284
Neal, Hoyt-134, 153, 163
Neel, Mike-153, 264
Nelson, john-153, 273
Nicholson, Barbara-153, 284
Nielsen, Martin-153, 164
Nimitz, Donna-153, 163
Nunez, Phyllis-154, 159, 167, 284
O'Quinn, Brenda-154, 1-72, 173, 175
Orrill, Jolene-154, 165
Owens, Margie-135, 145, 154, 185
Patterson, Douglas-154, 190, 292
Perkin, Linda-154, 164
Peterson, Charles-154, 220
Petteway, Cinda-154, 191
Petteway, Coy-154, 162
Peyton, Carole-153, 154, 181 A
Pool, Rebecca-154, 163, 165, 172, 185
Porras, Marisela-154, 169
Powell, William Foster-154
Prejean, Mikie-154, 284
Prejean, Steve-154, 273
Price, Billy-154, 169
Price, Patty-134, 154, 162, 185
Prohl, Kathy-136, 154, 177, 194
Ramirez, Mary-90, 154, 181, 281
Randolph, Gary-154, 163, 182
Ratley, Jerry-154, 199, 212
Redick, Jimmy-154, 254, 264
Reeve, Sheri-155, 167, 173, 185
Reynolds, Gary-136, 1 55, 169
Rice, Richard-1 5 5
Richard, Brenda-86, 1 5 5, 28 1,
Rising, Douglas-155, 254
Rising, Stanley-138, 155
Robbins, William-1 55
Roccaforte, Dian-1 55
Rogers, Carolyn-97, 155, 284
Romero, Lannie-155, 175, 182
Roussel, Betzy-126, 135, 139, 155, 186
Rouiz, Dolores-155, 163, 190
Russell, Larry-155, 292
Russell, Peter-15 5
Sanchez, Mary-155, 169
Sanders, Leah-155, 169
Sandoval, Sylvia-135, 155, 194
Sappington, Linda-155, 181, 194, 284
Savant, Douglas-1 5 5
Scalco, Vince-135, 153, 163, 165
Schaefer, Edwin-1 5 5
Schaxnayder, Sue-155, 290
Scherry, joe-155, 197
Schoppe, Sandra-15 5
Sclerandi, Larry-100, 155, 176, 178
Scott, Jacqueline-98, 134, 136, 153, 163
Sedtal, julis-1 5 5
Segrest, Gerald-136, 156, 163, 254, 273
Sherwood, Arthur-156, 254, 173
Short, Teddy-156, 292
Simmons, Aric-156, 157, 254
Sims, Shirley-156, 181, 194
Sinclaire, Jan-156, 284
Siragusa, jerry-156, 284
Slocum, Bill-156, 266, 269
Smith Ann-156, 169
Smith Charles Ray-156
Smith Linda-135, 157, 169, 281
Smith, Linda Lynne-156, 157
Smith Lynn Vess-157, 284
Smith, Sue-157, 163
Smith jill-156, 169, 194
Robert, 157, 198
Sorenson, Sharon-157, 167, 186
Spooner, Douglas-90, 157
Stansbury, Pamela-157, 169
St. Cyr, Burt-157
Stephens, Margaret-157, 167, 284
Stewart, Suzy-157, 178
Stone, Brenda-157, 191
Straub, Jean-126, 157, 163, 185
Strodera, Wanda-157, 178 '
Stroud, Chuck-157, 241
Summerlin, Libby-135, 137, 153,
Tansil, Karen-158, 174, 185
Tantilla, Robert-134, 188, 183
Taylor, Lora-158, 164, 191
Theriot, Brenda-154, 158, 163, 284
Thomas, Peggy-158, 185, 188
Thompson, Carolyn-158, 162
Tipton, Linda-158, 169
Townsend, Tommy-103, 147, 158, 164
195, 206, 265, 274
Tragelis, Mercina-136, 158
Treibel, Larry-158, 167, 173, 241, 254
Trow, Richard-158, 195, 206
Truett, Priscilla--158, 163, 191
Twieg, Donald-158, 200
Underwood, janet-135, 139,
163, 185, 188
Valdez, Mary-1 58
VanDevenden, David-158, 183,
Ventrello, Vincent-158, 292
Vincent, Richard-1 58
Waldron, Charles-1 58
Walker, Barbara-1 58
Wallace, Barbara-150, 158, 185, 206
Webb, Linda-159, 167
Wfeber, Andrea-159, 164
Wehner, August-159, 164'
Whelply, Janice-159, 191
White, Paula-150, 159
Whitlow, Carolyn-159, 162
Wiggins, Sandra-159, 182, 284, 289
Williams, joe Bob-159
Willis, Kyle-159, 162
Wilson, DeAnn-159, 167, 177
Windsor, Raymond-159, 273
Wolf, Kathleen-159, 162, 178,
Zumo, Frank-1 56, 1 59
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