The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1964 Page: 23
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Art, Music, Literature Enrich TJ
f r.- Books and magazines of all de-
Iscriptions, paintings and other art
forms. instrumental and vocal mu-
sic-all these enrich the lives of
TJ students and faculty. The li-
brary furnishes information on
numerous subjects of interest to
students struggling with research
papers, as well as books of fic-
tion. poetry, and drama. Art
classes, contests, and exhibits en-
able students to develop their tal-
ents and display their work. Mu-
sic, both vocal and instrumental,
provides the school and commu-
nity with programs of entertain-
ment, such as the band's half-time
maneuvers, and inspiration, such
as the choral department's Christ-
MR. ROGER RUSSELL, art teacher, shows
MR. JACK BOTTOMS, choir director, and his class one of the paintings to be sub-
MR. JACK BOTTOMS, choir director, and mitted in a contest. Though art is his pri-
Mr. John Badgett, band director, survey mary interest, Mr. Russell also teaches an
the lines of seniors practicing for gradua- English class.
tion exercises. Both the band and the choir
will lose good members in June.
MRS. MARCELLE PITMAN,
head librarian, and Mrs. Jean
.. Manning, librarian, face the
prospect of filling new book-
/ cases bought to contain the
many volumes in TJ's grow-
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Thomas Jefferson High School & Fuselierk, Stephanie. The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1964, yearbook, 1961; Port Arthur, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth279643/m1/27/: accessed September 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Port Arthur Public Library.