This section of the Hideout is made possible by contributors' Gordon Youngblood and his father, Ken Youngblood. The following rare photographs are from the Youngblood family's personal collection of actual photos passed down to them by the now deceased grandparents of Mr. Gordon Youngblood and parents of Mr. Ken Youngblood. The grandparents, J.T. Youngblood and Dorothy Vance Youngblood were both raised in Cement City, Texas and graduated from Cement City High School in 1929. Dorothy had lived one block off of Eagle Ford Road (now Singleton Blvd). The house still stands today across the street from the Thomas Edison Junior High School that was built at the same site of Cement City High School. Dorothy would amuse her family over the years with her memories of the Parker sisters, Bonnie and Billie. She would relate how Bonnie was always in the middle of fights at high school football games. She told how Bonnie would break her pencil in half in the event that someone forgot theirs. In general, Bonnie was always on the side of the less fortunate or the underdog. Dorothy Vance Youngblood, who had passed away in 1983 remembered how she and her husband were surprised when Bonnie went down the fatal path of crime.