Eastern New Mexico University - Silver Pack Yearbook (Portales, NM)

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Siitftn (Pack 19 4 1 PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF - ALVIN WHITE, Jr., Editor KENNETH HUBBARD, Business Manager tditonb Tlcrte The 1941 SILVER PACK is submitted to you by its editors with the sincere wish that you may enjoy its contents to the same measure we have enjoyed preparing them. We are persuaded that the year 1940- ' 41 has been one of the most eventful in Eastern New Mexico College ' s history; we can only hope that we have, to some extent, been able to portray it, through the means of this issue of the Pack, as such. If through this issue we have had a part in set- ting a goal for our successors to aim at, then - - but only then - - - we shall feel justifiably proud of the work; for few may realize better than we the difficulties which had to be surmounted to make this SILVER PACK a reality. We hope you like it. Muin Wklte, fin., Editor Wka E. G. Abernathy CLOVIS, ' 43 FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, CACIQUE Evalyn Brown CARLSBAD, ' 43 CHEMIST, SIGMA IOTA CHI, SECRETARY STUDENT BODY, STRAIGHT A STUDENT Kenner Cantrell PORTALES, ' 42 DRAMATICS, JOURNALISM, A CAPPELLA CHOIR John Mancini RATON, ' 43 SCIENTIST, PHI SIGMA CHI, CACIQUE Ada Sorrells ROSWELL, ' 42 SIGMA IOTA CHI, FTA Sam Neff CLOVIS, ' 43 SCIENTIST, PHI SIGMA CHI PREXY, CPT PILOT Paul Tripp MELROSE, ' 41 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, CACIQUE Francys Dorman Stearns FT. SUMNER, ' 43 EDITOR, SIGMA IOTA CHI, WRITER M Paul Vigil ALEUQUERQUE, ' 42 SOCIAL SCIENCE. CACIQUE, PUBLICATIONS BOARD Buster Cctviness CAUSEY, ' 44 FRESHMAN PRESIDENT, AGGIE, STUDENT COUNCIL Thelma Pendley PORTALES, ' 41 ARTIST, ART ASSISTANT Tex Hanna PORTALES, ' 41 FOOTBALL ASSISTANT, CACIQUE 427- Firman Haynie PORTALES, ' 42 STUDENT PRESIDENT, CACIQUE, FOOTBALL Eunice Boteler Schumpert ARTESIA, EX- ' 43 MUSIC, OKEYAKA, SOLOIST Kenneth Hubbard ROOSEVELT COUNTY, ' 42 STUDENT COUNCIL, CACIQUE, PUBLICATIONS BOARD, BUSINESS MANAGER SILVER PACK : : ■■ ' " ■■;■: ;::;: :: - : : -::- k ■■-. ■ ■ ....■ L L Wt fli I TkeQ ovtnnan GREETINGS FROM GOVERNOR MILES On the occasion of the annual publication of the SILVER PACK I am happy to extend my greetings to the students of Eastern New Mexico College. I want to extend my best wishes especially to those who will be completing their courses this year and going on to new endeavors. Whether in jobs or business or continued educational pursuits I know that the training and groundwork received at Portales will be an important influ- ence in the years to come. New Mexico is proud of Eastern New Mexico College and its students, and I hope that, through the success of all the students, New Mexico can continue to be proud throughout the years of those who received their education there. With all good wishes, I am. Yours very sincerely, •%,, yptsi t; GOVERNOR Tke faoand MR. HECK HARRIS, Portales MR. C. M. COMPTON, JR., Portales MRS. LAURA CAHOON, Roswell MR. W. H. DUCKWORTH, Clovis. (An appointment since this picture was made is that of Mr. Hunt.) MR A. E. HUNT, Portales Tke tfWlcfent The year has seen new achievement, a new general growth, a new solidification and a new adulthood. Juniors and seniors lent experience and solidity to campus life; freshmen and sophomores came to us this year with a new and confident kind of enthusiasm and spirit. But Eastern New Mexico College has kept, and shall keep, its individuality. It is proud of its particular work, proud of its constantly-striving student body, proud of its editors; and particularly is it proud of this issue of The Silver Pack. To the editors, congratulations; and to every student, affection and best wishes. £Lu hp A PRESIDENT Tke 2)ean4 FLOYD DEWEY GOLDEN DR. HARRY CLINTON GOSSARD TV Dean ' : ' . DE rVAN NEWTON McCOLL ARTHUR J. O. ANDERSON Professor in Anthropology and Archaeology Ph. D., University of Southern California PLUMER MILTON BAILEY Assistant Professor in Speech A. M., University of Colorado WILLIE LOU BERKNESS Assistant Professor in Social Studies A. M., Oklahoma College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts RALPH R. BLACK Instructor in Printing Colorado State College of Education •3k. m. MARY LOUISE BOILLIN Professor in Physical Education Ph. D., Columbia University ARVEL BRANSCUM Assistant Professor in Business Administration M. A., Texas Technological College GILLIAN BUCHANAN Assistant Professor in Music A. M., Columbia University A. D. GARTEN Instructor in Physical Education; Coach A. B., Oklahoma Baptist University VENA ALICE CLARK Assistant Professor in Home Economics M. S., Iowa State College ALFRED CROFTS Professor in E nglish Ph. D., Stanford University GEORGE CALDWELL HUMPHREY Visiting Professor in Religious Education Th. D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary HOWARD HURMENCE Assistant Professor in Chemistry M. S., Texas Technological College MARTIN W. FLECK Assistant Professor in Biology M. S., University of New Mexico RALPH KING Assistant Professor in Music M. A., Colorado State College of Education A. BRUCE GAARDER Assistant Professor in Spanish A. M., National University of Mexico HAROLD E. MEHRENS Professor in English Ed. D., University of Southern California a 1 ' ■;) K.C.LEA Instructor in Education B. A., New Mexico Normal University ROY MacKAY Professor in Mathematics Ph. D., University of Michigan WILLIAM PICKEL Assistant Professor in Accounting M. S., University of Colorado MRS. W. F. PRUITT Instructor in English B. S., Agnes Scott College i • f n ' ■ w. a. Mclaughlin Assistant Professor in Science P. E., Colorado School of Mines THELMA ANN MALLORY Instructor in Education A. B., University of Kansas KEEN RAFFERTY Instructor in Journalism University of Illinois DEWARD HOMAN REED Assistant Professor in Political Science A. M., University of Colorado H. WESTON ROBB1NS Instructor in Geology B. A., University of Nebraska OLGA SAFFRY Assistant Professor in Home Economics M. S., Kansas State College HARRY FRANKLIN TAYLOR Associate Professor in Music A. M., University of Denver ROYAL PENN TERRELL Instructor in Physical Education A. B., West Texas State College ELLA BECKY SHARP Assistant Professor in Secretarial Science M. A., George Peabody College for Teachers EDWARD WINDSOR SLOCKBOWER Assistant Professor in Art A. M., Colorado State College of Education ,1 JAMES RICHARD VAN DYKE Associate Professor in Engineering M. E., The Pennsylvania State College ORAL MARTIN WILLIAMSON Assistant Professor in Agriculture M. S., Kansas State College of Agriculture H. GRADY MOORE Assistant Professor in English A. M., Texas Technological College WILLIAM L. BLACK Instructor in Animal Husbandry D. W. M., The State Agriculture College of Colorado CLAUDE BURNS WIVEL Professor in Education Ph. D., University of Arizona ' -T I ll . ' - ' , VINCENT HOLLAND OGBURN Professor in English Ph. D., Stanford University ANDREW FLETCHER OGLE Professor in Education Ph. D„ Colorado State College of Education ke Stuff EARL BALL MRS. URSHEL BRIGHT MRS. RALPH KING EARL DAVIDSON Custodian Director of Dining Halls Women ' s Hall Director Accountant s 4l it MRS. C. P. DRAKE Cook MARY LOU IRWIN Secretary in Registrar ' s Office J. W. LeMAY, Jr. Assistant in Business Office THELMA LOWERY MRS. J. FRANK POTTS MARIE ROUSH Assistant in the Library Director of Housing Personnel Secretary Student Council FIRMAN HAYNIE President E. G. ABERNATHY Vice-President EVALYN BROWN Secretary EDWIN DITTO Senior DAVID RUSSELL Senior VENITA HUNTON Senior KENNETH HUBBARD TRUETT BORDEN CHARLES CRUME PATRICIA HANNAH Junior Junior Junior Junior MALCOLM RUSSELL NICK VUK OVICH GILBERT McALISTER BUSTER CAVINESS RHEUBEN SOUTH Junior Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman DAVID RUSSELL President GERTRUDE WINKLER Vice-President THELMA PENDLEY Secretary-Treasurer 0 EVELYN ALSUP Portales JOHN CANTRELL Portales A Cappella Choir F. T. A. BESSIE CRAWFORD Portales Euterpean Society W. A. A. B. S. U. Band College Plays Silver Key EDWIN DITTO Portales Christian Students ' Council Student Council Ministerial Alliance IVOL DOHNER Floyd Engineers ' Club Pep Club W. A. A. I. R. C. CLEO EMINGER Portales Dramatic Club F. T. A. W. A. A. Okeyaka Club MINNIE FRANKS Portales LOUDELL FRANSE Portales AVA GAGE Pinon Christian Studen ts ' Council TEX HANNA Portales Men ' s Service Club State Basketball Official Sigma Phi Epsilon Assistant Football Coach Who ' s Who FRANCES HENDERSON Portales RUTH HILLIS Hollene I. R. C. VENITA HUNTON Clovis A Cappella Choir Euterpean Sigma Iota Chi Operas DAVID JONES Portales BENNY LINDSEY Portales Archaeology Club I. R. C. Agriculture Club R. A. LONG Portales Agriculture Club B. S. U. Ministerial Alliance EDNA McGUFFIN Portales F. T. A. Glee Club Euterpean Pep Club W. A. A. LINNIE OTTO Portales THELMA PENDLEY Portales F. T. A. Pallete Club Pep Club GRACE PAISANO Casa Blanca B. S. U. F. T. A. W. A. A. Anthropology Club •m ' -fc BEATRICE PRICE Portales B. S. U. F. T. A. Spanish Club Glee Club ♦. " GERALDINE TERRY Santa Fe CLEO REEDER Portales RUTH RICHARDSON Portales F. T. A. Commerce Club -- : . GERRY ROBBINS Portales Sigma Iota Chi WALTER ROBINSON Melrose Phi Sigma Chi Male Quartet Euterpean Operas Alpha Psi Omega Student Council DAVID RUSSELL Portales Phi Sigma Chi EUGENE SLONE Causey B. S. U. Council Ministerial Alliance J. V. STARKEY Portales F. T. A. ERIA WESTBROOK Portales F. T. A. Tennis Club BILL WHITE Portales Pallette Club F. T. A. ELMER WHITE Portales IRC Archaeology GERTRUDE WINKLER Portales A Cappella Choir Euterpean Glee Club Opera Sigma Iota Chi F. T. A. Girls ' Sextet Girls ' Trio ELMER BEALL Roswell Spanish C ' ub C. P. T. JOHN MILLER Rogers Tau Kappa Tau MARY B. MOORE Sudan, Texas Dramatic Club JAMES F. THACKER PAUL TRIPP Portales Melrose Baptist Training Union Ministerial Alliance Ministerial Alliance Cacique Who ' s Who Wr- wS x B j|lll ' wii fttif CHARLES CRUME President MALCOLM RUSSELL Vice President LUCILLE ROUSH Secretary-Treasurer LOIS FAYE ADAMS Portales ELVERT ALLEN Portales " 79 0 V ROY BAIN Clovis BOB BAKER Alamogordo KATIE MAE BASS Tucumcari «» ?w $ TRUETT BORDEN Grady 4 1 LUCILLE BOSSE Clovis HAZEL BRECKON Tatum MAXINE BRIANS Dexter VAUNCEIL BRIGHT Portales QUENTIN BURGETT Portales MILTON CANON Clovis KENNER CANTRELL Portales OLETA CAVENER Portales HARMAN CHAPMAN Portales RUBY LEE CHARLES Portales LEAGUE CLAY Portales DOROTHY CLOPPERT Clovis KATIE COMPTON Portales CHARLES CRUME Portales AUSTIN CURTIS Hot Springs " " 0 m H. T. DAVIS Mt. Dora CLELIN DONOHO Sedan ENOCH FLORES Raton HARVEY FORBES Clovis BILL GIVENS Portales WAYNE GUNN Portales ERNEST GUTIERREZ Alamogordo ffei BILLY HAHN Portales L.i GEORGE HALL Roy PATRICIA HANNAH Santa Rosa CONEY HARRIS Portales V GROVER HARTLEY Clovis CLARENCE HASTINGS Alamogordo -« a» J CLINT HASTINGS Alamogordo M- ) FIRMAN HAYNIE Portales A. L. HAYTER : Broadview RICHARD HEDGES Lake Arthur GLADYS HILLIARD Hobbs BILLY HOFFMAN Roswell SHELBY HOUSE Portales %»? KENNETH HUBBARD Portales BEATRICE HUDSPETH Clovis ROY IRWIN Portales NOEL JACKSON Portales MILTON WEBSTER Clayton ? LETHA MAE JOHNSON Hobbs ELLIOTT JONES Corona m PAT JORDAN Portales J. D. KITCHENS Forrest SAM LANDESS Portales BLANCHE LYONS Portales MARDA VAE McCAIN Clovis ELMER McGUFFIN Portales GARNER MASON Hagerman VIRGINIA LEE MEYER Winfield, Kansas ISMAEL MELENDEZ Roswell LIONEL MELENDEZ Roswell ELIZABETH MERRIT Portales JUNE MICKEY Portales |PW Wp " - CLARENCE MILLER Mayhill J. HOWARD MILLER Clovis MILDRED MILLER Rogers THERMAN NATION Clovis ROGER PARKS Floyd LARRY PINSON Dexter JOEL PRICE Grady BOBBYE JOE PUTMAN Clovis BRYCE PUTMAN Clovis PAULINE RAY House GERALD REEDER Portales VIOLA RODEWALD Logan WAYNE SHIREY Portales » ® LUCILLE ROUSH Melrose LORENA RUMBAUGH Melrose MALCOLM RUSSELL Portales CURTIS SCOTT Clovis EUGENE SCOTT Bellview GERTRUDE DITTO Portales DWIGHT SMILEY Portales ADA SORRELLS Roswell LOIS SOUTHARD Elida NELLA SOUTHERN Melrose GENE SUMRELL Melrose JOE TALLEY Texico THOMAS WALKER Portales CLARENCE TAYLOR Roswell MOICES TEJADA Taos ARVEL TERRY Ima VIRGINIA THOMPSON Melrose JUVENTINO TRUJILLO HOWARD WALKER Portales JAMES WARD Gallup ALVIN WHITE, JR. Melrose WILLIAM WIDNER McAlister KENNETH WILLINGHAM Carrizozo CHARLES WILSON Portales MELVIN WINGFIELD Tularosa LOLA MAY VANDAGRIFF Artesia ALINE VAUGHTER Clovis PAUL VIGIL Albuquerque LENEVE LYNCH Rogers JACK BORDEN Portales HUBERT D. CARUTHERS Itasca, Texas ROWENA CRUME Kenna DOROTHY G. FOX Los Angeles, California DOROTHY JEAN EDITH ALBERT N. BEN C. T. F. IRA B. J. H. HARRINGTON MAYFIELD MIMS OGLE ROGERS SINGLETON WEST WHEELER Portales Portales Clovis High Rolls Portales Bluitt Clovis Magdalena w NICK VUKOVICH President i RUBY TERRY ATKINS Vice-President BILL WARD Secretary-Treasurer E. G. ABERNATHY Clovis CAMERINA AMBRIZ Glencoe HELEN ANGELL Artesia LAWRENCE ARNOLD Turkey, Texas BENITO BARELA Costilla JOSEPHINE BARELA Costilla DARENE JAMES NELLIE PEARL J. W. WINNIE JOE BARNES BARNES BEEBE BELL BENNETT BENNETT Crossroads Clovis Portales Hondo Portales Portales MILDRED CLEO LLOYD EUNICE BOTELER CHARLES EVALYN BONNER BORDEN BOSTICK SCHUMPERT BOUSMAN BROWN Clovis Grady Portales Artesia Monument Carlsbad RICHMOND SOLON VON RAE WILLIE JANE LEYNENA BILL IE RUTH BROWN BROWN BROWN BROWN BRYAN BURGETT Portales Portales Jal Portales Melrose Clovis •V .Ji MORRIS BUSH Roswell ANN BYARS Hobbs MAREDA BELL CANNON Portales JAMES CARRICO Portales BILLIE BOB CASE Portales RENE CHAMPION Johnstown, Pa. MARY LEA CHICK Fort Sumner WAYNE CLARDY Lovington JU ANITA COKER Portales ETHEL ROSE COLLINS Grady FRED DANFORTH Causey BERNICE DAVIS Corona MARIO di FRANCYS DORMAN WILLIS PRESTON EVELYN MARCELLA NELLO STEARNS BROWNING DUNN DURHAM DURHAM Raton Fort Sumner Valley Mills, Texas Artesia Portales Portales MAURINE EDNA KELLY EVA MAE BILL MAXINE EVERETT FENTRESS FREEMAN GAGE GAGE GERBER Artesia Portales Quay Pinon Pinon Clovis Z2 RODRIGO GONZALES Clovis BERTRAM GOODMAN Hobbs NAOMI GOWDY San Jon OMA DENE GRAHAM Roswell MARGARET GREENE Roswell JOHNY GRIMES Rosedale MILTON GRIMES Rosedale TOMMY FA YE HAISLIP Rogers GLENN HAMMER Mosquero JACK HANNA Portales WARREN FRANCES HARDING HARDY Texico Portales MARILYN EARL RUTH DOROTHY BETTY LOU FOREST HARRELL HARRISON HAYNIE HOFFMAN HORNBECK HOUGHTLING Clovis Hollene Portales Roswell Hot Springs Portales GENEVA HOWARD Portales — H i ANNIS GREY HOWE Portales DOUGLAS HOWELL Portales HORTENSE HUDNALL Portales DOROTHY JAMESON Tucumcari BERNA JOHNSTON Bellview RUBY KENNEDY Artesia ( « JP zHtih BOB J. E. MELVIN ALMA LYLE T. L. JOHNSON JOHNSON JONES JUDAH KATHMAN KENDRICK Portales Portales Portales Causey Portales Capitan EDWARD KERKSEY Portales VERDA RUTH KIMBROUGH Clovis GRACE KIRK Jordan WILLIE B. KORNEGAY Gladiola DEWEY LANGSTON Hobbs MERRELL REAS GORDON RUTH FLORA SYBIL LARSON LATHROP LEE LeMASTER LESLIE LITTLEJOHN Moriarty Hagerman Portales Portales Capitan Portales VANDOR MAUDELINE R. P. LITTLEJOHN LUSK MACK Portales Portales Clovis JOHN MANCINI Raton FRANCIS MARROW Buckeye LAURA MAE MATHEWS Mountainair ' 4h Q O LAWRENCE GILBERT LAURA GARTH ALTA LOU JACK MATTHEWS McALISTER McANALLY McAULIFFE McDANIEL Mcdonald Herefoid, Texas Floyd House Hope Texico Portales IMA TOM -AMES JOE JOHN LEON McNEW mcneil MILLER MILLER MILLER MILLER Portales Dexter Clovis Hobbs Portales Hobbs i T fc • jMMBi 1 Jk ■«■ i rkA 7k ODELL LEONARD ROBERT R. C. SAM QUENTIN MILLER MILES MONTGOMERY MORGAN NEFF NELSON Portales Portales Clovis Portales Clovis Portales WALTER NELSON Plainview, Texas - : ' ;» LOIS NEWBERRY Lingo BESSIE JIM NICHOLS Portales MARY NIXON Hobbs ORVAL NORTHAM Artesia BETH OHR Portales V BETTY FRANCES OSWALD Clovis Am ttlA fi ' dlllil DOROTHY OUTLAW Vaughn BLASE PADILLA Dawson RITA CLAY PARKER Vaughn EVELYN PATE Portales » ' 0 CLYDE PEET Guy ALICE PETTY Clovis SHIRLEY PETTY Clovis MYRTLE PHILLIPS Capitan ROBERT PINCKERT Hereford, Texas MARGARET PENDLEY Portales PHYLLIS PERKIN S Mountainair COLMAN MARY CONSTANCE AVON EARLENE GENE DOROTHEE POOL PORTER POWELL PULLIAM PULLIAM ROBBERSON Forrest Clovis Portales Bellview Bellview McAlister CHARLEYRENE RUBY ROGERS RHODES Lingo Hagerman DESSIE RIERSON Clovis MILDRED RIGGS Mt. Dora LLOYD RICHARDSON Portales VESTA SADLER Portales PEGGY SAVAGE Portales SUE SAVAGE Elida THELMA SHIRM Clovis BESSIE SHOPE Grady BELINDA SIKES Portales JULIUS SLOAN Monument CHARLES SMITH Clovis FRANK SOLAS Clayton RUTH SOLOMON Hagerman SHERWOOD SPEEGLE Portales IRENE STALCUP Clovis EDGAR STODDARD Grenville LLOYD HAROLD LONZIE FRANKIE LELA MARGARET PATSY ANN STOVALL SULTEMEIER SULTEMEIER SWINFORD TAYLOR TAYLOR Bellview Vaughn Vaughn Field Roy Portales RUFUS TEAGUE Lingo RUBY TERRY ATKINS McAlister MARY THOMPSON Clovis MILDRED UXER Rogers ABELARDO VARELA Roswell GERTRUDE VAUGHT Artesia CI r. . -r JOE NICK MARY FERNE WARREN ROBERT BILL VISAGE VUKOVICH WALLACE KORNEGAY WORTHINGTON WARD Portales Raton Norton Portales Clovis Hope INEZ WARD Roswell NADINE WILLIAMS Clovis HAROLD WEESE Grenville HOMER WELCH Springer HOWARD WEST Portales BETTY WHITE Portales MILDRED WIDNER McAlister JAMES WISE Portales HORACE WOODBURN Portales MARIE WRIGHT Floyd DOUGLAS WYNN Tularosa MAURICE YOUNG Eunice BENNIE LLOYD JOHNNY RENA COMPTON DANFORTH EASTWOOD FAIN Portales Portales Tolar Portales JOFFRE GIBBS St. Vrain PEARL PARTIN Portales FERD SUMRELL Melrose MARGIE TRAMMEL Portales aR p ■ P ' K v -- " ' -; ft c 1 - 4 £ = E e a. y. !Jj • ■ - «S5 h= 1 jsR jif ) ' ' . ,. . :.... .:J. 1 mil nlli IWHi 1 If Mil 1 HIIhHI 1 V--5 ; " : j Up r BUSTER CAVINESS President ROBERT BURKS Vice-President ANITA GEORGE Secretary-Treasurer ROBERT ABBEY Roswell ROBERT ALDRICH Clovis CLETA ALFORD Portales COVITA ANAYA Lincoln DEANN ARNETTE Mountainair JAMES ARNOLD Lindrith RUSSELL DORIS FERN LeROY JUANITA MARY ATWELL AYERS BALL BALL BALDOCK BURTON Clovis San Jon Hobbs Clovis Texico Portales LeVENIA DOROTHY J. 0. FRANKIE BETTY HARVEY BEAVERS BEESON BETTS BIGHAM BOGARD BOLINGER Kenna Portales Eunice Lovington Roswell Clayton ROBERT HAROLD MARGARET LEON ALICE MARIE BOWLING BRASELL BRAGG BRIGGS BROWN BROWN Clayton Portales Roswell Des Moines Roswell Portales MARY ETTA JESSIE BOB ESTHER WALLACE WILLIAM BROWN BULLOK BURKES CAMERON CAMERON CANTRELL Melrose Texico Carlsbad Quemado Quemado Portales MARY MARGARET JUNE WALTER NEIL BUSTER THOMAS FRANK CARPENTER CARSON CASE CAVINESS CHAMBERS CHENEY Eunice Hope Portales Causey Portales Grady GENEVIEVE LILLIAN LORNA BEA WANDA JOYCE LORENE ARDITH JESSIE CHESSER CHICK CLARK CLARK CLARK CLAYTON Roswell Fort Sumner Missouri Valley, Iowa Rogers Missouri Valley, Iowa Lingo ALVIN GEORGIA CARMEN DOROTHY ARNOLD HOMER CLICK COATS COLE COLE COMPTON COMPTON Portales Dexter Clovis El Paso, Texas Clovis Clovis o. mat W) 3 a| — " V 4 t i . J 2fc6 EVERETT CONLEY Melrose DEE COOPER Causey M. L. COPE Clovis LOU COPLEN Portales JAMES COX Carlsbad JUNE COZIER Portales J. L. CRAFT Clovis EUNICE FAYE CRANDALL Espanola NOEL CULPEPPER Portales JOYCE CROWLEY Lovington WILBER CURTIS Qu emado AL CURRY Eunice JACK ROSEMARY CLAUD MARGARET MARJORIE MAUDE DAVIS DELANEY DENDY DENNIS DENNIS DICK Clovis Clovis Portales Raton Raton Portales OLIVER ANNIE NELL ALICE BILL BOBBY ORA DONLEY DRAKE DUFFIELD EADS EUBANKS EVERETT Clayton Portales Hobbs Clovis Clovis Artesia " zazF i MARY ELIZABETH RUTH EWING FARLEY Hobbs Roy ALYEEN FLETCHER Portales BOBBY FIELD Bronco BILLIE FOSTER Portales HELEN FOSTER Cedarvale WILLIE FOWLKES Quay MARY ELIZABETH JOHN FRY GAGE Taiban Pinon ERNEST GARCIA Willard ELMER JOE GARDNER Clovis LYLENE GARNER Hobbs TRAVIS GOVER Hobbs ANITA GEORGE Portales HARVEY GIBSON Clovis MARY GOEBEL Tularosa WILLIAM GORE Belen LOUISE GOYNE Clayton FRANK GREATHOUSE Rogers LUCILLE GRAU Grady DAVID GRUNIG Portales JACK GURLEY Clovis MERVYN HALL Melrose VIRGINIA HALL Portales f RUTH HAMILTON Artesia JUANETA HANEY Portales a.to ' M PEGGY HARLAN Roswell PAUL HORNEY Yeso DUDLEY HATCH Portales JEANETTE HERRINGTON Hobbs RALPH KEN DEL LOIS FOREST BERNICE LOIS HEALEY HENDERSON HENRY HENRY HEARD HINKLE Carlsbad Mattoon, Illinois Clayton Lovington Hobbs Portales DORIS DOROTHY MARIE IRENE ELSIE LAURA JEAN REX DON HINRICHSEN HOLDER HOPKINS HAWLEY HUCKTON HUDSON Hagerman Clovis Texico San Jon Hobbs Portales GEORGE HUMPHREY Portales VIOLA HUTCHISON Cameron LANG HENRY Clayton MAGGIE RUTH JARRELL Texico CHARLOTTE JOHNSTON Portales FRANK JOHNSTON Roswell MELVIN HELEN JOHNSTON JONES Bellview Clayton JUANICE JONES Clovis JACK JORDAN Roswell PEGGY KEARNEY Hobbs DOROTHY ANN KELLY Lovington JUNE KELLY Nara Visa WILLIAM KELLY Clovis WILLIAM KENYON Portales JEANETTE KEOWN Clovis CELETO KIDD Roy DOROTHY KILLGORE Elida EVELYN KILPATRICK Corona DOROTHY KIMBROUGH Clovis DURWOOD KIMBROUGH Clovis ELSIE KIMBRELL Picacho TED KIRK Portales AUDREY KNOX Texico OLETHA DICK DENVER DICK MARK MILDRED KORNEGAY LANEY LANGSTON LANEY LASLEY LEA Gladiola St. Vrain Hobbs St. Vrain Eunice Portales XV HERBERT LEMAY Portales DELBERT LEMON Clovis DOROTHY LESLIE Capitan CLEMMIE LYNCH Rogers J. C. LINARD Hobbs BILL LOAGUE Clovis JULIAN LUCERO Arroya RUBEL LUCERO Taos MONROE MACKEY San Patricio VIRGINIA MALEY Lovington JOYCE MALONE Roswell iriMfh fA DOROTHY E. MAHAN Lake Arthur a t m f DOROTHY MARIE MARJORIE MAE DATUS ERNEST POLETO JAKE MAHAN MANBECK MARTIN MARTINEZ MARTINEZ MASSEY Portales Portales Silverton, Texas Taos Taos Clovis NADINE BARETT IMOGENE RUTH FAYE EVERETT BILLIE MAE McCABE McCANLESS McCARSON Mcdonald McGREW McCLUNG Elida Portales Portales Portales Grady Portales MARY E. McMURRAY Bent La VERNE McNID Ft. Sumner MOLLIE McNEELY Tatum EVELYN McNUTT Portales RAY MEANS Portales W LUCY JANE MERRITT Mountainair FRED MEYERS Clayton MILTON EVELYN MEYER MILLER Winfield, Kansas Portales ST Hf- I w , rap™ fej mfw mmil VERNA MILLER Texico MARY MOLYNEAUX Logan BENJAMIN MONTOYA Taos ROBERT MINNIE NANNETTE RAY A. B. WILLIAM MONTGOMERY MULLENIX MULLER MULHAIR MUNSEY NUZUM Clovis Portales Santa Rosa Bellview Portales Clovis LAURA JEAN CAROLYN MABEL HAROLD BEATRICE NADINE OHR ORNELOS OTTO OVERHOLSTER OWEN OWEN Clovis Roswell Portales Hobbs Portales Roswell ■ m ELIN CORINE MARVIN KATHERINE BILLIE LOLA BELL PACHECO PADILLA PARKER PARSONS PATTERSON PATTERSON Taos Puerta De Luna Vaughn Portales Vaughn Roswell PAT PATTERSON Portales SYLVA PEARCE Texico WANDA PEARCE Texico EDWARD PITTS Raton ELSIE POLSON Cloudcroft HERMAN POOL Eunice EVELYN THACKER Portales EILEEN PRITCHARD Roswell ' « . L I ■! s CONNIE PRUIT Lovington • ' y ■Bk ' HI l il II ■ 1 m II ROBERT PURVIS Clayton CLYDE QUANTE Clovis WAYNE RAINWATER Clayton GLEN RATLIFF Floyd GERTRUDE RAYDON Elida MARJORIE REEDER Portales PETE REED Eunice HELEN REEVES Tucumcari CARL RICHARDSON Portales VELMA RIERSON Clovis LEONOR RIOS Clovis ¥ ®M ! y ii4?k - , [h CARL ROACH Field JIM ROBBINS Portales MAHOTA ROBERTSON Portales LEO RUSH Raton AILEEN RUSSELL Portales MARIE SADLER Dexter JESUS SANCHEZ Willard ROQUE SANCHEZ Willard CLARENCE SANDERS Portales Aitf " ' hi Amor I JIMMIE SANDERS Monument JEANNE SEAY Eunice KATHERYN SELBY Portales J. A. SHANNON Artesia ELAINE SHAW Roswell ELBERT SANDERS Portales ALICE SHAYE Portales WALTER SHERIDAN Melrose WINIFRED SHIPLEY Ft. Sumner BILLIE JIM SIKES Portales HENRY SIKES Eunice MARY SIMPSON Corona TOMMIE FAYE SLOCUM Portales 4f BILLIE SCOGGIN Portales ajffgBfc Jm m ALFRED SMITH Hobbs JAMES BAILEY SMITH Melrose CLYTIE MAE SMITH Portales VERNE SMITH Clovis WILMA SNIDER Texico NELDA MARIE RHEUBEN SAM EDITH DOROTHY SNOW SOUTH SOUTH SPARKS SPURLOCK STAFFORD Clovis Portales Portales Melrose Roswell Bellview 0 GEORGE MARY DORE DON RUTH WALTER MARY STAFFORD STAFFORD STEPHENSON STONE STORM SWINFORD Portales Portales Tucumcari Clovis Mattoon, Illinois Field DICK TAYLOR Tatum LOIS TAYLOR Roy T. C. TERRY McAlister FRANK THOMPSON Texico HUGH THOMAS Portales LOUISE THOMPSON Portales - ONETA THRASHER San Jon ALICE TOBY Roswell HELEN TOWNSEND Grady FERLIN TRAPP Bellview JOE FRESQUEZ Penasco FELTON WAGNER Monument RALPH TRUJILLO Taos HAZEL TUCKER Portales VENITA TUGGLE Bellview CHARLES TUTTLE JOHNNIE MACK TYSON Portales ERELIN VALLEJOS Costilla NADINE VANDEVENDER Grady JU ANITA VAUGHTER Clovis ANN VAUGHAN Ft. Sumner KENNETH VANN Grenville ERNEST WAGNER Monument CLARENCE WALLACE Tatum NOEL WASHAM Portales LOWELL WATKINS Clovis GEORGE WEBB Lake Arthur CHARLES WHITE Eunice JACK WHITAKER Eunice RALPH WHITE Melrose ' 7 r § « VIVIAN WHITE PHYLLIS WILCOX MARY FLORENCE WILLIAMS CLAUDE WILLIAMS FRANK WILSON MABETH WISE Erick, Oklahoma Dexter Magdalena Des Moines Portales Portales ROSIE ARMIJO Roswell JOHNY ELLISON Hobbs DOYLE HOUCHTENS Dimmit, Texas JUNE FRANCES LEE Portales ORLETA RUTH MENEFEE Muleshoe, Texas THOMAS MILLER Portales CAROLYN MORGAN Portales MODINE NETTLES Portales JOHN THOMAS SEAY Portales WILLIAM B. STINCHCOMB Clovis FLAVIAN TERRY Ima ROBERT B. FOX (Special Student) Los Angeles ERNEST WRIGHT NED WRIGHT LENA MAE YOUNG ZORA YOUNG Portales Portales Roswell Regina M M O m £ c a m L n const a presslow j paper mm spire j that is. v iHASE •31 uuenis «i r-iiw,ein 111: " ' " u College in the interests of no group, no club, no torKiependent but in the interests of all the stu- dents and of tbft college- itself. Vol. uMicati v COLLEGE, PORTALES, NEW MEXICO. Jil-:i! 6, 1H40 C For 290 ¥i " ML ' 44 c ° ese ? Dean tf the coil of Mew versity. has four-year -ter: the School search.. Meeting ra of t chose him agf years of service, school man on the J. F Zimmerman, the i. mversity of The aecnibersMii from Canada throug and Washington. D. fornia. The school is interest aichaeoiogical fields vvoro- jtkm vf .pus farm .damson, as- agHcultur 1 ; mm is ( r«H.r PART OF THE STAFF, THE SILVER PACK Left to right: Frank Stearns, Al White, Jr., Francys Dorman Steams, Betty Bogard, Clarence Taylor, Bill Gore, Mildred Bonner and Rene ' Champion. FRANCYS DORMAN STEARNS Editor, The Chase, First Semester AL WHITE, Jr. Editor, The Silver Pack Editor, The Chase, Second Semester PART OF THE STAFF, THE CHASE Left to right: Doris Hinrichsen, Tommy Walker, Fern Ball , Richmond Brown, Truett Borden, Mary Molyneaux, Kenner Cantrell, Ann Vaughan. . RICHMOND BROWN Business Manager, The Chase KENNETH HUBBARD Business Manager, The Silver Pack ke diaak SEEING light for the first time on the campus of Eastern New Mexico Junior College was the first edition of the Silver Pack brought forth in 1936, amidst loud hurrahs and huzzas as the realization of a yearbook dream. From this first light which was admitted to the Greyhound campus by modest Kay Dougherty and Ray Worrell. The publication of the Pack has continued for six successive editions. Marked in contrast is the transition of year by year as each time editors have placed into words and pictures the epochal history of Junior, now- grown to sturdy manhood. From various shades of green and doubtful mixtures of silvery- grey through the loudest of reds and yellows has this transition of Silver Pack passed. Tradition being that the historical green and silver be the theme of the books, it was loyally carried each year in some form or style. It was in 1937 that Durward Wright reversed the color scheme for his editorship ' s idea of a totally bluish cover. CAME JACK PATTON In 1938 Jack Patton came forth in a modest and sentimental style with " The Best Annual Yet " which boasted of new plastic bind- ing, snappier photos, and unique art lay-out. That annual had the unpre- cedented distinction of coming out on top both financially and other- wise, as it was issued two weeks before final exams and declared a profit of thirty-five dollars! 1939 saw the advent of a new type of pictorial journalism as Photographic Editor J. Howard Miller brought out newness in a sparkling array of color with natural colored pages and variation from the black and white presentation to multicolored typography and layout. The largest and most pictorial of all Packs, up to that time, the 1939 edition brought forth many traditions such as Who ' s Who, Campus Favorites, and the Beauty Section. The theme of the year was, " The picture ' s the thing. " 1940 ISSUE FORGETS TRADITION The most radical of all years was brought to light as the 1940 Silver Pack veered from all tradition to issue the epic of epics. Headed by Ira B. West, the staff showed more fortitude and aggressiveness than ever before seen in Greyhound publications. Spurred on by better financial situations and expert advice the ' 40 book made its place as a star in the galaxy of student histories. KEEN RAFFERTY Faculty Director of Student Publications So it is. And now time views the transition from an old to a new era . . and the NEW book. . 1941 TKe Sktet N EVER has the history of an institution been so radically affected as has the history of ENMC by the College Press. Born while the college was still an infant, THE CHASE came forth with gallant and brave admonitions of unity, strength and progress- iveness. Such since has been its life. The publication of the first issues of THE CHASE was spasmodic. When it first made its appearance among the few hundred students in 1935 its expectations were limited. Hindered by lack of financing and proper support from student body and administration alike, The Chase struggled through an era of uncertainty and threats of discon- tinuation. KAY DOUGHERTY TAKES HOLD However, when in early 1935 Kay Dougherty, the only woman ever to hold the editor ' s post on both ENMC publications, took charge of the battered and scattered staff, THE CHASE immediately began to respond to careful and understanding treatment. Here Miss Kay Dough- erty added, to those on the College ' s honor role, the characters of Capt. Billy Bones and Sylvia Anne Green, who dominated the publication with their savory wit, humor, and juicy scandal. In 1937, when Sandra Smith took over the editor ' s reins, things looked brighter for the little publication. Fewer and fewer were the weeks when no Chase appeared and its life seemed assured. In the melee which occured after registration the student body found that their editor had succumbed to Dan Cupid ' s arrow. Demure Virginia Lee Boyd, fresh from Kansas, was appointed to the ill-destined post of editor for the remainder of the year and suffered through an uneventful year at the helm of the College Press which demanded a new gymnasium and 700 students by the end of the year. THE CHASE BECOMES STREAMLINED The long line of women editors was broken when diminutive Alvin C. White, Jr., took over the reins in 1940 and began the step which stream- lined, modernized, and galvanized the College Press into a new and powerful element well worth reck- oning with. With the power of this new press established, there came a new Chase in 1940 and 1941 — bigger, newsier, better looking. Today THE CHASE is a permanent college newspaper with professional aspect and a big future. FRANK V. STEARNS Student Assistant in Journalism J. HOWARD MILLER Student Assistant in Photography nam diab koacJ c JI 1 . . i . . .. „ ,,, m ■ 1 ■ ! SI f 1 ill T " ' ' ' ' tm-waZZ Til llll Nil .UJJ Jtfl - . - Hr s — ■ — ,:.„ L te " » ir 2ji JUL it P ) ,11 li 3 55 r. Mow TTaety 6rma££ecl! A T the time when Junior was still in short pants in - - 1934- ' 35, energetic students from 11 New Mexico counties helped boost the first year ' s enrollment to 299 students. When Junior discarded his short pants for the longer acouterment of young man-hood, in 1940- ' 41, he realized that a total of 759 students from 25 counties had chosen ENMC as alma mater. Year by year the transition from a young angling fellow, proudly boasting of a sophomore and freshman class, grew and grew until the maturing college in 1940- ' 41 had juniors, seniors, and special students. YEAR 1934- ' 35 1935- ' 36 1936- ' 37 1937- ' 38 1938- ' 39 1939- ' 40 1940- ' 41 COUNTIES ENROLLMENT REPRESENTED TOTALS 11 299 15 427 19 456 20 443 25 611 25 729 26 (Spring) 759 3-n TTae dieglnruruj " Y " ESTERDAY, which really isn ' t going back so far, things were somewhat different at (Eastern New - - Mexico Junior College, at that time). Back in the fall of 1934 the doors of a rather forlorn looking building opened for the first time to admit a few more than 200 students. Sponsors and fond parents of the new College were the citizens of eastern New Mexico, who affec- tionately bestowed the name of Junior on the embryo institution, although the state legislature in chart- ering the school had recommended the name Eastern New Mexico Normal School. Junior ' s parents had been reluctantly waiting for that great day since 1912, when the territorial legislature finally acceded to the demands of the eastern slope and set aside 30,000 acres of land to support a college. Some ten years later a generous federal government had decided that Junior would need more support, so another 76,000 acres of public domain were set aside for the proposed school. PORTALES IS THE PLACE After much bickering, (and some hoss-trading, if we are to believe what we hear), the representa- tives of De Baca and Roosevelt Counties wrangled the legislature into picking Portales as the location. June 1, 1934, saw the new College make its official bow under the guidance of President Donald William MacKay, who gave up a promising career as State Rural School Supervisor to gamble on Junior ' s future. Soon after the opening of the first term at the new College the organization of its first sophomore class was begun with 17 brave souls participating. Among other things recorded about this first group of upper-classmen is that they were unsophis- ticated enough to " clip a lovely crop of curls from an innocent freshman ' s head and dye the remaining stubble a sickly pea green. " 1935- ' 36 saw the advent of the SILVER PACK, with Katherine Dougherty as editor. The Greyhound football team had a better than average season, winning seven of eleven games played that year. WHEN EXPANSION BEGAN 1936- ' 37 is chiefly to be remembered as the year the addition to the main building was opened and the new Women ' s Hall occupied. A brief glimpse of the 1936- ' 37 SILVER PACK shows among other things that skirts hit somewhat closer to the ankles than the knees and that up to that time the residential section was still not built up close to the College; the College was still enjoying (?) a somewhat isolated location. This year found the Greyhounds in a rather mediocre season, winning five and losing five. In basketball the Greyhounds came out somewhat nearer the small end, losing five and winning three. 1937- ' 38 saw an increase in the faculty, the student body and the number of student activities, as well as a substantial shortening of the skirts. That year was also marked by the Greyhounds win- ning eight football games, losing one (to Silver City Teachers, that year ' s conference champions) and coming out of the remaining game with a scoreless tie. In 1938- ' 39 two new features made their debut in THE SILVER PACK: " Who ' s Who " and " The Beauties. " This year also marked the first Junior Class in the College ' s history. The ' Hound football squad won three, lost six and tied one. In basketball the result was somewhat cheerier, with 10 losses in 19 starts. ENTER KAY KYSER Then there was 1939- ' 40, which was only last year, and which some of our illustrious brethren have been trying to forget ever since. That was the year that the College became ENMC, that the jernt got into big time by having none other than the Old Perfesser, Kay Kyser, pick the beauties, that Firman Haynie became ' two-term ' , that the student body struck for the right to dance, that Case and Lee and some 33 others went to Mexico City, that — well lots of other things happened, maybe even some that had best not be mentioned. The Greyhound football squad chalked up seven wins out of 10 starts. In basketball, however, it was a hoss of another blend, the ' Hounds losing 13 and winning only five. And so, here we are. Sn. tke (Pne ent ' I ' HEN after wandering around for thousands of words and through six years we come - - up to the present, today — 1940-41, which after all is what we are interested in most. We started the year with a series of bangs and the announcement " Life Begins At ENMC for 290 Frosh, Class of ' 44 " which was just another way of saying that after, oh so long, Junior was at last a big boy and now wearing the long pants of a four year college, even if said pants were well patched and almost out at the seams — it ' s growing pains, we were told. Fifteen lettermen and 21 freshmen reported for the first ' Hound football practice and then started the season with a sort of a dull bang by losing the season opener to the Cameron Aggies 25-0. Next we find Sigma Iota Chi girls stealing a march on the school, as well as the town, by throwing a big reception for Governor and Mrs. Miles. Biggest social event of the year, Sigmas say, and we don ' t propose to quibble with ' em about it. GREAT GAME OF POLITICS The freshmen weren ' t so far behind when it came to activity for it wasn ' t long until the rest of the college woke up to find plenty of politics going on in the freshman class election. Buster Caviness showed them how to do it by getting elected President by a nice margin. It wasn ' t but a week until the other classes were also having a taste of politics, then an election, more politics, another election and finally they made that one permanent. David Russell became senior class president, Charles Crume headed the juniors and the sophomores picked Nick Vukovich. In the meantime, Mrs. Potts had had the year ' s strangest request; a widow with four children. It came, said Mrs. Potts, from a young man 24 years old who was worried about the draft. Peter Hurd had already accepted the invitation to pick our beauties; by now you have already examined the beauty section and agreed or disagreed with Hurd — so we ' ll leave it at that. THROUGH THICK AND THIN " Sis " Pendley and " Gertie " Winkler were in the midst of their " Thin vs. Thick Coed " battle which, as the story goes, was brought on by a headline " CO-EDS THICKER ON ENMC CAMPUS. " Well, it was a good story and got the college plenty of publicity so could be we had best not go any further into that one either. The Greyhounds were still licking their chops after a 21-6 victory over the Adams State Teachers College bunch from Alamosa, Colo., while preparing to take on the Pan- handle Aggies. Along came October and THE CHASE staff went in for entertaining in a big way for the fall meeting of the Eastern New Mexico High School Press Association .... " Pappa " Fleck proudly announced that Martin, Jr., the latest model junior partner, was almost sure to head the graduating class of ' 62 . . . Frances Hurmence, attractive wife of an assistant professor in science, gave out with a tip to the gals on how to nab off that attractive prof. All they need do is get a double F — at least that ' s how she got hers. —FRANK V. STEARNS Sn. tke utune NE of the best known of nature ' s laws is that no person, civilization, or institution can stand exactly still. One has to go either forward or backward. So far, the Eastern New Mexico College has gone ahead in number of students and in the influence that it casts over its area. Shall the college always go ahead, or shall it start to slip? Let us follow a Freshman as he tries to find his way through his career in 1951, assuming of course that the ten-year building program planned by college officials and approved by the board of regents goes through. First of all, he probably will report to the present Administration Building where the main offices will still be located. There he will get his instructions and his cards to fill out as well as his appointments. Before he can be assimilated into college life he must be in good health, so he will go to the gymnasium in the Hall of Health where a staff of doctors and nurses will take his temperature, check to see if he has a heart, liver, and a brain. Then, he will go to the Hall of Learning which includes the library, to fill out his programs; go again to the office to get his room in one of the Men ' s Halls. FROM HALL TO HALL TO HALL His room checked, his schedule fixed, the Freshman will then go to the Hall of Vocations, the Hall of Science, the Fine Arts Building, and the Teacher ' s Education Center to have his schedule signed by his prospective instructors. Through for the day, he will go to the Student Union Building, where he will play pool or ping-pong, or just sit in a booth and drink his coke to the tune of one of the nation ' s top- ranking orchestras ... in return for a nickle placed in the slot. As evening falls he will wend his lonesome way past the Women ' s Halls, hoping against hope that some day he too will be able to go up to the door and ask for one of the cute Freshmen just as the upper classmen are doing. TREK OF THE POOR FISH Sighing sighs of despair, the poor fish will trek mournfully to the huge stadium to climb up to the top of the tiers of seats and to watch the moon come up over the beautiful trees of the campus and dream of the time when it will be packed with cheering thousands while he eludes the conference leaders to run 90 yards for the winning touchdown. Poor fish. Some day he might be the upper classman who enjoys the advantages of being a priviliged character on one of the best cam- puses in the southwest. Who knows, maybe the sons and grand- sons and daughters and granddaughters of the present students will follow in the steps of the student described above. — KENNER CANTRELL and!, o, on. to Campui {(■ and the (Beauty Section A busy night at the library — Looks as if students at ENMC do study after all, doesn ' t it? Frank and Francys Stearns, popular married couple and bosses of THE CHASE, at the Tribune office. Study hour at the Girls ' Dorm — Wonder why everybody looks so sad — Couldn ' t be that they ' re homesick, could it? Or maybe it ' s grades? Professor Martin Fleck ' s Zoology class trys out the iron lung at the Clovis Memorial Hospital — Evalyn Brown is the victim. The Freshman class picnic on the campus during Freshman Week — Doesn ' t that watermelon look good? President MacKay talking things over with his students — From left to right are: Betty Bogard, Juanice Jones, Hubert Carruthers, Aline Vaughter, Pres. MacKay, Gertrude Winkler, Ken- rer Cantrell and Harvey Forbes. r onaen 3» , ■ -5 ♦ I I J JA .a J$4 ' ' ' ! " PETER HURD Tke dieautleA . . . And now we come to the glamorous pages of the book . . . wherein we present a galaxy of gor- geous gals .. . . the six most beautiful co-eds in College ... so judges Peter Hurd, famous artist from San Patricio, who says of his choices . . . " I have picked the faces which most appeal to me as ones I ' d like to paint, though not all of them have the endowments of the so-called pretty girl. In other words, to me tantamount to beauty is character. Here ' s hoping my decisions aren ' t howled at . . . " . . . From thirty photos sent to him (chosen by a secret committee of College men) the artist chose the following six . . . said he ... " Let those not included understand that a photograph is not always a fair gauge of charm, beauty and character. " . . . And now you may turn the page and feast upon that which men eternally cherish, and which women ever will seek . . . BEAUTY. irom Petcf Hurd Sar Patricio New Mexico FIRST CLASS MAIL AL. White, Es . E.N.M.C. Po rtales Afecu 44 ex co ANN VAUGHAN Freshman from Ft. Sumner . . . journalism major . . . golden bronze hair, blue eyes . . . five feet five . . . weighs 118 .. . likes to ride horses when she goes home to the ranch . . . friends call her cheerful and sweet ... has a cute drawl . . . truly a beautiful little lady. MARIE SADLER . . . Freshman from Dexter . . . dabbles deeply in dramatics . . . tiny . . . demure . . engaged to her schoolday sweetheart . . . always has a smile and a hello handy . . . husky voice . . . auburn hair, brown eyes ... a beauty for anyone. DDRIS HINRICHSEN . Freshman who hails from Hagerman . . . journalism major . . . black hair, brown eyes . . . spends her spare time reading ... pet peeve is having boys whistle at her . . . five feet two inches . . . tips the scales at 110 ... just plain cute. Oi DEANNE ARNETTE . . . Freshman from Hagerman . . . majoring in journalism . . . dark brown hair . . . grey eyes . . . dislikes people who are always changing political parties . . . keeps a scrapbook and diary . . . other given name is Neysa . . . five feet five, weighs 120 . . . friendly . . . she ' s a honey. FRANCES MDRRDW Sophomore from Buckeye . . . outdoor sports fan . . . swimming, riding, skating top the favorite list . . . honey blonde hair . . . hazel-green eyes . . . five feet six inches . . . weighs 122 .. . hobby is sketching . . . quiet . . . keeps a smile in readiness . . . pertly pretty. JUANICE JDNES . . . Vivacious freshman from Amarillo, Texas . . . cheer leader . . . Kappa Delta Alpha . . . five feet five . . . weight ' s a secret . . . zaqua is favorite color . . . likes to ride horses . . . but dislikes cowboy boots . . . personality plus . . . always happy . .. . she ' s a honey. 3 us • •i 4 ■■ « $ - 11 If 3t ' a Qinffc £i{t ' NE could live alone and like it. But who - " wants to ? Even if you did, you couldn ' t at ENMC. You live with people, and you do like it. It ' s sort of like having to consider your brothers and sisters in a big family. Here you have to consider the other girls who live with you (or maybe it ' s you living with them). You ' ve all got to get along. You may be rooming with a quiet, lonely gal from the country; if you ' re a city sophisticate you ' ll feel superior at first, and low next; many a little, meek country gal has caught on fire when she had to. It pays, you ' ll find, to make a friend, either of city or country girl. Whichever she is, she ' ll start your college career with praise instead of knocks. And, believe us, that ' s important. ( Wom.£ri ' WHO SAID MEN ' S SPORTS? 1940-1 94 l ' s Greatest Greyhound LLDYD BDSTICK fill Most Likely To Succeed DAVID RUSSELL Clovis Man With The Best Line JDHNY ELLISON Hobbs tT £3 Least Likely To Succeed ELLIOTT JDNES Corona (IT ' S ALL IN FUN) Sjpant 1 h i jTERN c MCXf C i feOHOUHDsl EASTLHN KEYHOUNDSi EASTERN : ; » ■ £S I ' : f MOUNDS I ptYHOUN i i P-?3TERN kYHOUNOS " COACH AL GARTEN COACH R. P. TERREL1 ASSISTANT TEX HANNA c 3footbraM JIMMY PAPPAN, Quarter Albuquerque CHARLIE BOUSMAN, Half Portales QUENTIN BURGETT, Center Floydada, Texas SAMMY LANDESS, Guard Portales LLOYD BOSTICK, Guard Portales AVON POWELL, Half Floydada, Texas BRUCE INNES, Guard Carlsbad WALT STORM, End Mattoon, Illinois r] FIRMAN HAYNIE, Tackle Portales •■••sJ .». ; : J. C. LINARD, Guard Hobbs LEFTY SMITH, Half Melrose GEORGE STAFFORD, End Wellington, Texas DEWEY LANGSTON, End Hobbs VON RAE BROWN, Center led JAMES COX, Half Carlsbad WOODROW HARRIS, End Big Spring, Texas kT . A 7 f§9P Upper Left ROBERT MONTGOMERY, Center Floydada, Texas Upper Right BILL GIVENS, Guard Portales Lower Left COTTON NELSON, End Wellington, Texas Lower Right WAYNE ROBINSON, Fullback Carlsbad Below JOE MILLER, Tackle Hobbs Left DATUS MARTIN, Half Silverton, Texas Right E. G. ABERNATHY, End Clovis. Above LEAGUE CLAY, Guard Portales :-JS hc Season SEPTEMBER Cameron Aggies at Clovis - - - ENMC Aggies 25 Adams State Teacher ' s at Alamosa, Colorado ENMC 21 Teacher ' s 6 OCTOBER Panhandle Aggies at Goodwell, Oklahoma - ENMC 9 Aggies 6 NMMI at Roswell - - - - ENMC NMMI 6 NMNU at Portales - ENMC 12 NMNU Reno Wolves at Reno, Nevada ENMC 6 Reno 40 NOVEMBER Wayland College at Portales ENMC 14 Wayland 6 Silver City at Portales ... ENMC Silver City 6 Northwestern Oklahoma Rangers at Portales ENMC Rangers 13 JAMES " TOD " BARNES, Back Clovis LEON MILLER, Guard Hobbs ' -.- DORE STEPHENSON, End Tucumcari Who said football isn ' t rough? The Greatest Greyhound, Bostick, meets the Rangers. Railbirds. . . . Or are they mugwumps? tfWketM£ n ' ta Season PLAYING the toughest schedule ever to face an ENMC team, the Greyhound basketeers entered into their first season as a four-year college with a promising squad of freshmen and sophomores. From Oklahoma City University to Chihuahua, Mexico, and from Texas Tech to New Mexico Nor- mal, Coach Al Garten ' s charges travelled to spread the fame of their brand of ball. Ten wins and fourteen losses were chalked up by the gallopin ' Greyhounds in the course of their " suicide " schedule and fans have pronounced the season a success despite the fact that the ENMC ' ers did not win as often as they lost. The Greyhounds played every conference team at home and away besides entering the big time to play several nationally known aggregations. Few schools would at- tempt such a lineup. The Greyhounds wound up in fourth place in New Mexico Conference standing as they rang up four victories against six defeats. Conference wins were over Panhandle Aggies, New Mexico Normal, and New Mexico Military Institute, while losses were to New Mexico Teachers, New Mexico Mines, Panhandle, and New Mexico Normal. The team won over third-place Panhandle on their home court in Lawton, Okla., but were defeated by the Aggies later in Portales. IT ALL STARTED DECEMBER 9 The ' Hounds entered into their schedule on December 9-10 against the strong Texas Tech Red Raiders, whom they held to close scores both nights. Then, while they were still going strong, the quintet swamped Wayland College in a pair of one-sided tilts played in Portales. A pre-Christmas junket into Texas and Oklahoma saw the Greyhounds outdistance Amarillo Col- lege 49-32 after which they were downed 57-24 by Oklahoma City University. The season continued with the Hounds in and out of the win column. At times, it seemed that the Green and Silver would figure in conference standings but the strong Teachers and Miners black- ed out the Hounds ' dreams, leaving them to look to next year when ten lettermen and a squad of promising greenies will wear the ENMC colors. Highlighting the 1941 season was the Hounds ' victory over their old rivals the New Mexico Nor- mal Cowboys when they plastered the Normalites, 66-59. Previously, at Las Vegas, The Cowboys eked out a 54-52 win over ENMC in a double-overtime period game. A barnstorming trip into Mexico where they met the national champions of that country, and the Southwest Collegiate tourney in El Paso where they were eliminated in the first round by Adams State Teachers, 72-42 ushered out the 1941 season. HOW IT WENT— The record: Dec. 9 Texas Tech Dec. 10 Texas Tech Dec. 18 Wayland Dec. 19 Wayland Dec. 20 Amarillo College Dec. 21 Oklahoma City University Jan. 6 New Mexico Mines Jan. 11 Amarillo College Jan. 15 Woodward College Jan. 16 P.A.M.C. Jan. 17 New Mexico Normal Jan. 24 Wayland We They 31 48 30 47 48 49 24 42 40 83 47 52 51 40 23 23 32 57 55 43 27 41 54 52 Jan. 25 Wayland Jan. 31 New Mexico Teachers Feb. 1 New Mexico Mines Feb. 7 New Mexico Mines Feb. 8 New Mexico Teachers Feb. 10 New Mexico Military Inst. Feb. 18 P.A.M.C. Feb. 21 New Mexico Normal Feb. 24 New Mexico Military Inst. 50 Feb. 27 Chihuahua State Teachers 42 Feb. 28 Chihuahua State Teachers 44 Mar. 3,4,5,6 Southwest Tournament Adams State Teachers 42 We They 61 41 36 48 39 48 30 53 48 60 58 48 48 75 66 59 50 47 42 56 44 66 72 THE SQUAD IN ACTION ko on tke Scjuad! WITH no individual performers, but an outstanding group of towering stars, the 1940- ' 41 Greyhounds have earned the title of " the greatest team ever produced at ENMC. " Composed mostly of freshmen and sophomores, the casaba aggregation played smooth ball throughout the season. Seven lettermen and six greenies made up the squad. Much credit is due Coach Al Garten for his excellent guidance through the hardest schedule ENMC has ever met. However, Garten declares that all praise is due the team members for their teamwork and sportsmanship. ALL DUE TO RETURN Every man is expected to be back next year to wear the Green and Silver. The roster: Ken " Bucket " Henderson Forward — Six feet, two inches Mattoon, Illinois Walt " Frosty " Storm Guard — Six feet, four inches Mattoon, Illinois Jimmy Pctppan Forward — Five feet, nine inches Albuquerque Bill Givens Guard — Five feet, nine inches Portales Pete Reed Forward — Six feet Vaughn Frank Thompson Guard — Five feet, ten inches Texico E. G. " Ab " Abernathy Forward — Six feet, two inches Clovis Dore " Steve " Stephenson Guard — Six feet, three inches Tucumcari Carl " Country " Richardson Center — Six feet, four inches Portales George Stafford Guard — Six feet, two inches Wellington, Texas " Big Joe " Miller Center — Six feet, three inches Hobbs Noel " Red " Jackson Gaurd — Five feet, eleven inches Portales Forrest " Injun " Henry Forward — Six feet, two inches Lovington Going into the Big Time We Tackled Tech Otkeri Spouts BOXING THE fastest and scrappiest boxing team ever as- sembled at Eastern New Mexico battled through four meets and the New Mexico Conference tourney to gain widespread recognition for their outstanding performances. In the " battle of the champions " , the Greyhound sluggers, represented as the champs of the New Mexico Conference, and the Border Conference champs, the Flagstaff Teachers, divided honors as Flagstaff won the first meet 3-2 in Arizona and ENMC was victorious 4-2 in Portales. Other inter-collegiate meets were exchanged with New Mexico Military Institute. The New Mexico Con- ference tourney ended the season. The second annual ENMC invitational amateur tourney was held this year and six of Coach R. P. Terrell ' s proteges copped championships in the Class A division. These were: Lloyd Richardson, Gene Sum- erell, League Clay, Mike Gallegos, Lloyd Bostick, and Wilbur Curtis. TENNIS THE tennis team swung its way through an ambit- ious schedule, meeting Texas Tech, New Mexico Military Institute and West Texas State. Meets were played with each team on its home court and in Portales. The tennis team includes: Bob Fox, coach; Collis McKinney; Galen Grover; Quentin Nelson; Sam Neff; Buddy Miller; and Red Jackson; who earned their positions by virtue of the annual college double- elimination tournament. Lloyd Richardson Looks Threatening Billie Bob Case Whales Away A Flagstaff Punch Lloyd ' s Nose Bleeds Curtis On His Feet rry. 9- W ? © • P TENNIS TEAM Front row, left to right: Collis McKinney, Sam Neff, Galen Gover. Back row: Quentin Nelson, Red Jackson, Buddy Miller, Coach Bob Fox BOXING SQUAD Front row, left to right: Mike Gallegos, League Clay, Lloyd Bostick, Gene Sumrell. Back row: Ferd Sumrell, Wilbur Curtis, Clyde Peet, T. L. Kendricks. Ckb and SiOnonitiek p H I S I G M A C H I Top row, left to right: Sam Neff, President; Gordon Lee, Vice-President; Walter Robinson, Secretary; R. P. Mack, Treasurer. Second row: Al White, Jr., Billy Bob Case, Ira West, David Russell. Third row: James Miller, M. L. Cope, Bill Gore, Jack Gurley. Fourth row: Frank Wilson, Frank Thompson, John Mancini, Harvey Forbes. Fifth row: Everett Conley, Verne Smith, Elliott Jones, Homer Compton s I G M A I T A C H I Top row, left to right: Patricia Hannah, Francys Dorman Stearns, Betty Francis Oswald, Dorothy Hoffman, Verda Ruth Kimbrough, Dorothy Kimbrough. Second row: Jeanette Herrington, Louise Goyne, Malcolm Russell, Ada Sorrells, Lucille Roush, Bill Ward. Third row: Alice Toby, Peggy Savage, Gerry Robbins, Mary Thompson, Veneta Hunton, Inez Ward. Fourth row: Blanche Lyons, Ruth LeMaster, Ann Byars, Marilyn Harrell, Evalyn Brown, Gertrude Winkler. K A P P A D E L T A A L P H A Top row, left to right: Alice Petty. Patsy Ann Taylor. Ethel Rose Collins, Beth Ohr, Ruby Terry Atkins. Deanne Arnette. Second row: Nelda Snow. Marie South, Lois Hinkle. Anita George, Margaret Bragg, Betty Bogard. Third row: Marjorie Reeder. Charleyrene Rogers, Esther Cameron, Lyneva Bryan, Elaine Shaw. Jean Seay. Fourth row: Wanda Pearce. Nellie Beebe, Mary Wallace, Vinita Tuggle, Ardith Clark, Wauneta Clark. Fifth row: Juanice Jones, Sylva Pearce. Evelyn Pate. Annis Grey Howe. Carmen Cole. Dorothy Jameson. Sixth row: June Crozier, Dorothy Cole, Mack Tyson. T A U K A P P A T A U Top row, left to right: Quentin Burgett, Thomas Walker, Wayne Clardy, John Miller, Nick Vukovich. Second row: League Clay, Charles Crume, Gilbert McAlister, Tom McNeil, Joe Miller. Third row: Orval Northam, Jack Whitaker, Lowell Watkins, Wilbur Curtis, Melvin Wingfield. Fourth row: Rheuben South, Wallace Cameron, Pat Patterson, Jack Jordan. Ca mpu Club LAMBDA PI SIGMA Top row, left to right: Patsy Ann Taylor, Mary Lea Chick, Dorothy Hoffman, Mareda Bell Cannon, Lois Hinkle, Elaine Shaw. Second row: Betty Frances Oswald, Marie South, Margaret Bragg, Betty Bogard, Nadine Owen, Joyce Malone. Third row: Lorna Bea Chick, Ruth McDonald, June Crozier, Myrtle Phillips, Bernice Hurd, Dorothy Marie Holder. Fourth row: Anita George, Carmen Cole, Edith Spurlock. COMMERCIAL CLUB Top row, left to right: Ardith Clark, Gladys Hilliard, Ruth Richardson, Lucille Grau, Dorothy Kelly, Douglas Howell. Second row: Willie Jane Brown, Alice Brown, J. C. Linard, Martin Davis, Bob Montgomery, Frances Hardy. Third row: Annie Nell Drake, Mary Margaret Carpenter, Preston Dunn, Bill Ward, Gerald Reeder, Vinita Tuggle. Fourth row: Phyllis Perkins, John Gage, Ruth Solomon, Frankie Bigham, Joe Talley, Marjorie Reeder. Fifth row: Billie Scoggins, Louise Goyne, Blase Padilla, Covita Anaya, Gertrude Vaught, Hugh Thomas. Sixth row: Everett McGrew, Mary Etta Brown, A. W. Terry, Dorothy Stafford. OKEYAKA Top row, left to right: Verda Ruth Kimbrough, Mary Wallace, Corine Padilla, Marjorie Dennis, Margaret Dennis, Lena Mae Young, Tommy Haislip. Mary Etta Brown, Margaret Kearney. Second row: Rosemary Delaney, Maurine Everett, Dorothy Marie Holder, Lorna Bea Chick, Nadine Owens, Bill Ward, Carmen Cole, Joyce Crowley, Evalyn Brown. Third row: Virginia Maley, Elaine Shaw, Mary Lea Chick, Lucille Grau, Margaret Bragg, Ora Everett, Ruth Hamilton, Dorothy Outlaw, Peggy Harlan. Fourth row: Frances Morrow, Francys Dorman Stearns, Lela Margaret Taylor, Phyllis Wilcox, Virginia Thompson, Myrtle Phillips, Mildred Riggs, Esther Cameron, Laura Huchton. Fifth row: Margaret Greene, Ann Byars, Gertrude Vaught, Louise Goyne, Lois Taylor, Betty Bogard, Jean Ohr, Elsie Lee Hawley, Hazel Brecken. Sixth row: Betty Frances Oswald, Dorothy Kimbrough, Billie Patterson, Alice Duffield, Peggy Savage, Lylene Garner, June Kelly, Mary Thompson, Dorothy Hoffman. Seventh row: Helen Reeves, Fern Ball, Laura McAnally, Phyllis Perkins, Bernice Hurd, Eunice Faye Crandall, Mary Ewing, Nelda Snow, Inez Ward. Eighth row: Juanice Jones, Frankie Bigham, Elsie Poison, Jeanette Herrington, Dorothy Jameson, Pearl Bell. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Top row, left to right: Mildred Miller, Mary Florence Williams, Mildred Uxer, Pearl Bell, John Mancini, Lela Margaret Taylor, Dwight Smiley, Lois Southard, Ruby Rhodes. Second row: Thelma Pendley. Clarence Sanders, Ora Everett, Milton Canon, Charleyrene Rogers, Ruth Hillis, Laura Mae Matthews, Beatrice Price, Ruby Kennedy. Third row: Maurine Everett, Linnie Otto, Katie Mae Williams, Fern Warren Kornegay, Bobby Joe West Putman, Bryce Putman, Pauline Ray, Lois Newberry, Mary Elizabeth Molyneaux. Fourth row: Ada Sorrells, Betty Lou Hornbeck, Marda Vae McCain, Viola Rodewald, Mary Constance Porter, Elizabeth Merritt, Hazel Breckon, Aline Vaughter, Cleo Borden. Fifth row: Clelin Donoho, Grace Paisano, Virginia Thompson, Frances Henderson, Maxine Gerber Price, Joel Price, Peggy Savage, Edna Richardson, Maxine Brians. Sixth row: Dorothy Beeson, Cleo Reeder, Veneta Hunton, J. V. Starkey, Maudilene Lusk, Shirley Petty. PALETTE CLUB Top row, left to right: Thelma Pendley, Pat Jordan, Hubert Caruthers, Blanche Lyons. Second row: Opaline Mullenix, Mary Barton, Myrtle Phillips, Georgia Coats. Third row: Cleo Reeder, Dorothy Kimbrough, Glen Ratliff, Tommy Haislip. Fourth row: Bill White, Helen Jones, Dee Cooper, Linnie Otto. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUR Top row, left to right: Paul Vigil, Ruth Hillis, Joe Talley, Ada Sorrells, Rodrigo Gonzales. Second row: John Mancini, Cleo Eminger, Frank Salas, Abelardo Varela. Third row: Firman Haynie, Dorothy Fox, Harold Sultmeier, Kenner Cantrell. DRAMATICS CLUB Top row, left to right: Kenner Cantrell, Marilyn Harrell, Ruby Terry Atkins, Annis Grey Howe, Garth McAuliffe. Second row: Marie Sadler McNeil, Robert Abbey, Esther Cameron, Rheuben South, Dorothy Kimbrough. Third row: Paul Vigil, Wanda Pearce, William Cantrell, Laura McAnally, Gerald Reeder. Fourth row: Marjorie Reeder, Sylva Pearce, Maxine Gerber, Mildred Uxer. E CLUB Top row, left to right: Firman Haynie, Quentin Burgett, E. G. Abernathy, Avon Powell, Bill Givens Second row: Leon Miller, Sam Landess, Joe Miller, Kenner Cantrell, League Clay Third row: Dore Stevenson, Albert Reed, Lloyd Bostick. Dewey Langston. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Top row, left to right: Clytie Mae Smith, Pauline Ray, Sylva Pearce, Eva Gage, Shirley Petty. Second row: Nadine Owen, Charleyrene Rogers, Grace Paisano, June Mickey, Nannete Muller. Third row: Jessie Bullok, Mildred Miller, Thelma Pendley, Margaret Pendley. Addie Mae Gage. Fourth row: Mary Swinford, Feme Warren, Billie Mae McClung, Ruth Haynie, Edith Spurlock. Fifth row: Grace Kirk, Lou Copeland. Wanda Pearce, Mary Constance Porter, Katherine Selby. ARCHAEOLOGY CLUB Top row, left to right: Elmer White, Harman Chapman, R. C. Morgan. Second row: Elvert Allen, Malcolm Russell, James Carrico. Third row: Benny Lindsey, Bob Fox, J. L. Kendrick. fc fk rrh tfcrf fk jgj L J fib. JM ■ ' BbL ENGINEERS ' CLUB Top row, left to right: Clint Hastings, Ivol Dohner. Dorothy Holder, Elvert Allen, Roy Bain, J. 0. Betts. Second row: Leon Briggs, Oliver Donley, Willis Downing, Robert Fields, Jose Fresquez, Gaylon Gover. Third row: Ralph Healey. Berna Johnson, Melvyn Johnson, T. L. Kendrick, Denver Langston, Jack McDonald. Fourth row: Quentin Nelson, Harold Overholser, Robert Purves, Clyde Quarto, Jim Robbins, Verne Smith. Fifth row: Frank Thompson, Charles Tuttle, Felton Wagner, Ernest Washam, Lowell Watkins, Ned Wright. AGRICULTURE CLUB Top row, left to right: Truett Borden, Lloyd Bostick, Buster Caviness, Everett Conley, Noel Culpepper, Al Currey. Second row: Claude Dendy, Kelly Freeman, A. L. Hayter, Lloyd Horney, Shelby House, Forest Houghtling. Third row: Melvin Jones, Benny Lindsey, Gilbert McAlister, Ray Mulhair, A. B. Munsey, Roger Parks. Fourth row: Clyde Peet, Avon Powell, Ernest Wright, Pete Reed, Frankie Swinford, Rufus Teague. Fifth row: Nick Vukovich, Jack Wingfield, Alvin Woodburn, Horace Woodburn, Doug Wynn. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Top row, left to right: Juanita Coker, Evelyn Pate, Beth Ohr, Margaret Pendley, Nellie Beebe, Ardith Clark. Second row: Lou Copeland, Mary Fry, Oma Dean Graham, Tommy Haislip, Elsie Lee Hawley, Irene Hopkins. Third row: Hortense Hudnall, Alma Grace Judah, Grace Kirk, Lynne Lynch, Laura McAnnaly, Alta Lou McDaniel. Fourth row: June Mickey, Carolyn Ornelas, Earlene Pulliam, Velma Rierson, Jean Seay, Alice Sharp. Fifth row: Bessie Shope, Belinda Sikes, Mary Swinford, Lois Taylor, Helen Townsend. SOCIEDAD ESTUDIANTIL de AMBAS AMERICAS Top row, left to right: Blase Padilla, Ralph Trujillo, Josephine Barela, J. C. Sanchez Second row: Ralph Sultemeier, Charles Crume, Caroline Ornelas, Sam Sparks. Third row: Herbert LeMay, Abelardo Barela, Leonora Rios, Lionel Melendez. CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Top row, left to right: Dorothy Outlaw, Beth Ohr, Bernice Davis, Johnny Mack Tyson, Marda Vae McCain, Ruby Rhodes. Second row: Billy Hoffman, Veneta Hunton, Evelyn (Potter) Thacker, Hazel Breckon, Leonard Miles, Billie June Foster. Third row: George Humphrey, Jr.. Ava Evans Gage, Kenner Cantrell, Mary Florence Williams, Thelma Pendley, Garth McAuliffe. Fourth row: Virginia Thompson, William Cantrell, Laura Mathews, Cleo Reeder, Gilbert McAlister, Mahota Robertson. Fifth row: Zora Young, Ann Byars, Hugh Thomas. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION COUNCIL Top row, left to right: Louise Goyne, Robert Baker, Richmond Brown, Katie Mae Bass. Second row: R. A. Long, Billie Scoggins, Hugh Thomas, Juanita Coker. Third row: Oleta Cavener, Clarence Miller, Roy Irwin, Hubert Caruthers. Fourth row: Ray Roach, Bessie Crawford, Grace Pasino, Zora Young. Fifth row: Jack Whitaker, Jack Hanna, George Humphery. NEWMAN CLUB Top row, left to right: Covita Anaya, Ben Barela, Josephine Barela, Ernest Garcia. Second row: Monroe Mackey, Julian Lucero, John Mancini, Rosie Armijo. Third row: Polito Martinez, Blase Padilla, Corine Padilla, J. C. Sanchez. Fourth row: Frank Salas, Elsie Kimbrell, Roque Sanchez, Moices Tejada. 1 ssl ■ ,1n| MEN ' S GLEE CLUB Top row, left to right: Elmer McGuffin, William Cantrell, Billy Hoffman. Fred Danforth, Hugh Thomas, Garth McAuliffe, Noel Culpepper, Kenneth Willingham. Second row: Joe Miller, Everett McGrew, Gilbert McAlister, John Cantrell, T. C. Terry, Clarence Sanders, Jack Whitaker, Wilbur Curtis. Third row: Clarence Miller, Walter Robinson, Mark Lasley, Jack Jordan, Gerald Reeder, Roger Parks, Elbert Sanders, J. H. Wheeler. Fourth row: Dwight Smiley, Clelin Donoho, Firman Haynie, Harold Brasell, Jack Gurley, Buster Caviness, Kenner Cantrell. WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB Top row, left to right: Darene Barnes, Cleo Borden, Margaret Bragg, Esther Cameron, Bessie Crawford, Oleta Cavener, Juanita Coker, Lorna Bea Chick. Second row: Annis Grey Howe, Marilyn Harrell, Louise Goyne, Aileen Russell, Marjorie Dennis, Mar- garet Dennis, Veneta Hunton, Edna McGuffin. Third row: Evelyn Miller, Ada Sorrells, Mary Molyneaux, Opalene Mullennix, Carolyn Ornelas, Mabel Otto, Dorothy Outlaw, Mary Beatrice Owen. Fourth row: Wanda Pearce. Beatrice Price, Dorothee Robberson, Mahota Robertson, Marie Sadler McNeil. Elaine Shaw, Wilma Snyder, Nella Southern. Fifth row: Mary Swinford, Louise Thompson. Vinita Tuggle, Helen Townsend, Nadine Vandevender, Aline Vaughter, Inez Ward, Phyllis Wilcox. Sixth row: Mary Lea Chick. Virginia Lee Myer, Sylva Pearce. Dorothy Stafford, Gertrude Winkler, Billie Sikes. Evelyn Thacker, Mack Tyson. Mcdowell club Top row, left to right: Margaret Dennis, Inez Ward, Margaret Harlan, Hugh Thomas. Second row: Marjorie Dennis, Eunice Boteler Schumpert, Gertrude Vaught, Billy Hoffman. Third row: Lorene Clark, Helen Foster, Nelda Snow, Mary Fry. Fourth row: Mary Beatrice Owen, Cleo Borden, Veneta Hunton, Dorothy Outlaw. A CAPPELLA CHOIR Top row, left to right: Margaret Bragg, Esther Cameron, Lorna Bea Chick, Ava Gage, Virginia Lee Meyer, Wanda Pearce, Dorothee Robberson, Gertrude Winkler. Second row: Cleo Borden, Oleta Cavener, Margaret Dennis, Louise Goyne, Margaret Harlan, Evelyn Tha cker, Vinita Tuggle, Marjorie Dennis. Third row: Dorothy Kimbrough, Edna McGuffin, Sylva Pearce, Eunice Boteler Schumpert, Dorothy Outlaw, Aline Vaughter, Ethel Rose Collins, Bessie Crawford. Fourth row: Marilyn Harrell, Annis Grey Howe, Mahota Robertson, Marie Sadler McNeil, Everett McGrew, Elmer McGuffin, J. H. Wheeler, Gerald Reeder. Fifth row: Fred Danforth, Billy Hoffman, Garth McAuliffe, Jack Jordan, Dwight Smiley, Jack Whitaker, Harold Brasell, Clelin Donoho. Sixth row: Bennie Compton, Gilbert McAlister, Hugh Thomas, Elbert Sanders, William Cantrell, Clarence Miller, Walter Robinson, Blase Padilla. MEN ' S OCTETTE Top row, left to right: J. H. Wheeler, William Cantrell, D wight Smiley. Second row: Billy Hoffman, Hugh Thomas, Walter Robinson. Third row: Elmer McGuffin, Fred Danforth. VIOLIN CHOIR Top row, left to right: Bessie Crawford, Mary Constance Porter, Carmen Cole. Second row: Dorothy Outlaw, Phyllis Wilcox, Margaret Harlan. EUTERPEAN SOCIETY Top row, left to right: Inez Ward, Billy Hoffman, Virginia Lee Meyer, Gertrude Winkler, Mary Lea Chick, Walter Robinson, Ada Sorrells, Roger Parks. Second row: Esther Cameron, Fred Danforth, Lucille Roush, Kenner Cantrell, Lorna Bea Chick, Edna McGuffin, Elmer McGuffin, Jack Jordan. Third row: Jack Hanna, Wayne Gunn, Clarence Taylor, Mario Di Nello, Marilyn Harrell, Gilbert McAlister, Margaret Harlan, Everett McGrew. Fourth row: Veneta Hunton, J. H. Wheeler, Billie Sikes, William Cantrell, Cleo Borden, Clelin Donoho, Mary Constance Porter, Juanita Coker. Fifth row: Annis Grey Howe, Hugh Thomas, Aline Vaughter, Dorothy Outlaw, Oleta Cavener, Mary Beatrice Owen, Dorothee Robberson, Phyllis Wilcox. Sixth row: Raymond Means, Margaret Pendley, Margie Fry. Gerald Reeder, Bessie Crawford, Mahota Robertson, Helen Foster, James Ward. Seventh row: Marjorie Dennis, Patsy Ann Taylor, Ruby Terry Atkins, Helen Foster, Cleo Reeder, Nelda Snow, Margaret Dennis. BAND Top row, left to right: Wayne Gunn, Clarence Taylor, Patsy Ann Taylor, Jack Jordan, James Carrico, Mary Margaret Carpenter. Second row: Ruth LeMaster, Charles White, Lorna Bea Chick, Marjorie Dennis, Margaret Dennis. Third row: Mario di Nello, Sylva Pearce, Walter Neal Case, Bob Baker, Bert Morgan, Benny Compton. Fourth row: Ray Means, Lou Copeland, Billy Bob Case, Buddy Watkins, Harold Brasell, Harold Overholtzer. Fifth row: Elmer Joe Gardner, Mary Simpson, Bob Johnson, Clarence Saunders. ORCHESTRA Top row, left to right: Fred Danforth, Billy Hoffman, Kenneth Willingham, Margaret Harlan, Phyllis Wilcox. Second row: Mary Constance Porter, Evelyn Durham, Mary Lea Chick, Mary Simpson, Carmen Cole. Third row: Gladys Hilliard, George Webb, Clarence Saunders, Benny Compton, Mario di Nello. Fourth row: Clarence Taylor, Lorna Bea Chick, Wayne Gunn, Patsy Ann Taylor, Bessie Crawford. Fifth row: Lucille Roush, Harold Brasell, Dorothy Outlaw, Ray Means. Six bits please, Deanne; and another cap is sold . Governor and Mrs. Miles arrive by plane and are welcomed by Pat Hannah and Francys Dorman Stearns. Prexy on the campus . . . Mrs. John E. Miles feted with tea, then poses with her hostesses from Women ' s Hall. Thelma Pendley, popular art major, smiling for the camera . . . The climax of Freshman Week — Registration day. New Mexico ' s charming first lady on a visit to ENMC ... Do as I say. Fish, and no backtalk. Freshman bull session on the stairs . . . Down the line as the freshmen register for classes. d4ctltfltl£ -- THE RODEO Left, Secretary Marie Roush and Mr. Fleck serve barbecue at the annual College rodeo . Next, above: after the calf-roping prize . . . The Rodeo Queen, Blanche Nunn. . . Center, Sarah Lucille White, Gov. John E. Miles, and Aline Vaughter eating western style . . . Below, a new record in the calf roping contest . . . Next, Strawberry Roan — ENMC model . . . and in the corner: The students look on while the sun threatens. Profs, all there for once. His former victim of the classroom now swings the rolling pin at his house. Big shots pose under the forty-six stars at museum dedication. Play day recreation tests profs ' skill. O m e c o m L a 9 Legs and shoulder; Home, Home, and who could study. But it can be done with lots of help; Plotting strategy as the soldeirs march on. Coach makes a hole; Out of the game and lost his socks. That ' s what we learned in College; Unforgetable kick of the gridiron; " - - - N-D-S GREYHOUNDS! " A Hound trio; We made it hot for the Normal; Cover that fumble; Ready for practice. kc JlOonany Every night from Monday through Thursday the procession to the Library starts, about 7 o ' clock. Some students go there to study. It ' s a darn good place to meet your date. Now there ' s Harold Overholser and one of the Chick duo (she ' s a dorm girl). And Caruthers catches up on the happenings of the day. To his left June Kelly entertains three gridiron stalwarts. m mm m m w m tmgupy flB? { TM is I " l ; , — M ' j— 1 1 t w ■ ■ " : -• it 1 L ' • m« m ■ " ■ sJ SUMMER SCHOOL AT RUIDOSO Forbes learns how it ' s done. Stalker and Kornegay listen intently while the instructor explains. Adams and the Kornegay boys watch McMillan in a session. Just another session. Getting ready to take off. THE SUMMER CAA PROGRAM THE PLAY Vigil woos Kimbrough in the annual college play. The play presented was the Spanish comedy Zaragueta. THE DANCE ORCHESTRA David Willis and his orchestra featuring ' the singing of Gertrude Winkler. THE OPERA Margaret Dennis as Germaine and Bill Cantrell as The Marquis in " The Chimes of Normandy. " Elmer McGuffin, Gertrude Winkler, Hugh Thomas and Walter Robinson. AUTUMN ROYALTY Marilyn Harrell, Autumn Queen, who reigend at the annual College Carnival. She was elected by popular vote. Fred Danforth reigned with her as King. RODEO QUEEN Dorothy Killgore of Elida ENGINEER ' S QUEEN ■M Inez Ward of Roswell THE MUSEUM Hfke 1941 S ' dto.e (Pack ' cfi?e»itU£fTt£riti INTRODUCING OUR FRIENDS THE BUSINESS MEN Compliments of United States Potash Company ■ MINERS AND REFINERS OF SUNSHINE STATE POTASH " Carlsbad, New Mexico r- STUDENTS ! Make the Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce your guide while living in Portales. " The Athens of New Mexico. " Your College is our college and we are always glad to assist you in making your college days pleasant and profitable. ROOSEVELT COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND AGRICULTURE FRANK CRADDOCK, Sec.-Mgr. Douglas B. Stone, President E. C. Luna, Treasurer M. V. South, Vice-President CREDIT or CASH JEWELERS IN PORTALES NEXT TO YAM THEATRE -ft Congratulations ENMC on your yearly progress We ' re proud to be associated with you. See us for School and Fraternity Jewelry To the Faculty and Student Body of the Eastern New Mexico College Best Wishes and Congratulations for the Successful School Year . . . 1940- ' 41 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Arthur F. Jones, President J. B. Priddy, Vice-President A. L. Hood, Cashier A. W. Freeman, Asst. Cashier J. W. Clem, Director C. M. Compton, Jr., Director R. E. 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Suppose you have accumulated past-due bills amounting to $75.00 or $95.00, and everybody wants his money, — you may borrow from us $100.00 and pay all of them, — and pay us only $10.47 per month for 11 months, or $9.64 per month for 12 months. If you need money, or if you desire to save a few dollars per month, — let us hear from you. Old -Line Insurance Shares Corporation S. C. Pandolfo, President P. O. Box 1539 314 West Gold Ave. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO i TEXAS-NEW MEXICO UTILITY CO. Investigate The New WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC RANGES Make Vitamized Cooking Easy i r C . T . SERVICE STATION Automotive Replacement Parts and Service PORTALES, NEW MEXICO r— ------------------------------------- PORTALES HARDWARE ! Paint — Glass i Refrigeration, R. C. A. Radio Sales and Service ! Sporting Goods : Butane Gas Systems i— Phone 216 129 Main Street » r KEMP LUMBER CO " HOME BUILDING SERVICE " Glass — Builders ' Hardware — Lumber A Complete Line of Paints Phone 25 Portales, New Mexico J «-— i CHEVROLET ' S FIRST AGAIN 9 THE LEADER OUT OF LAST YEARS 10 C A RR LUMBER SUPPLY C O . Phone 43 Congratulations . . . To the class of 1941 and Best Wishes for the continued progress and growth of ENMC BOARD OF DIRECTORS J. S. Click, R. G. Bryant, T. E. Mears, D. B. Stone, J. A. Cooper OFFICERS J. S. Click, President; R. G. Bryant, Vice-President; T. E. Mears, Vice-President; D. B. Stone, Cashier THE PORTALES NATIONAL BANK PORTALES, NEW MEXICO Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Congratulations . . . Class of 1941 We have enjoyed making your college days in Portales more enjoyable. Your patron- age and cooperation will be remembered. Tjam. and! Kitfa Management and Personnel Students . . . Our desire has been to give you the highest quality in motion picture entertainment at low admission prices . . . courtesy . . . comfort and service. We appreciate your patronage and sincerely hope that you will spend many pleasant hours in our theatres. H am. and! Kitfa JWeatnck Jack Baldock, Mgr. DRINK Thirst knows no season Cold Drinks Sandwiches THE GREYHOUND ! -fr CURB SERVICE 1 £ ' Congratulations ENMC on Another Successful Year PORTALES MILLING CO. The Home of Portales Best Flour ! Phone 27 ■ — ....■....-■■■.....■■■.--------------- -, FORD MERCURY FORD TRACTORS Sales and Service j UNIVERSAL MOTOR ! COMPANY ! Don Breech, Prop. i. t Phon ' e 76 Portales, New Mexico 1 TRAVEL BY BUS Unexcelled Service Fast — Comfortable — Economical NEW MEXICO TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Serving New Mexico and West Texas THE CITIZENS BANK OF CLO VIS CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO All Deposits Insured Up To $5,000.00 I The personnel of Roswell ' s Leading Man ' s Store: Foster Karins, B. F. Fields, Jr., Tode Brenneman, Bush Atkinson, Ed Williams The MODEL ED WILLIAMS EXTENDS GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY OF PRESIDENT DON MacKAY ' S FAMOUS ENM COLLEGE. CITY DRUG STORE i PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETICS J Fountain Service ( Phone 130 1 1 • Free Delivery • 1 J J. C. AINSWORTH, Jr. Authorized Dealer WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO. Portales, New Mexico ----,--......,---,--------....-------4 Watches Diamonds BERT CASSAN Jeweler 207 S. W. State St. Portales, New Mexico A. D. RIBBLE LUMBER CO A Dependable Service Phone 116 Portales, New Mexico ; i Corner Union and Ohio Streets WHEELER MORTUARY " Satisfactory Service " Ambulance Portales, New Mexico ■ " -—-1 i— .. Day or Night Phone 46 : WHITE HOUSE FLOWERS Pot Plants Cuts 1 Corsages 912 College Ave. Designs | Phone 227 Nell and Oran Owners White t : ! Another Custom Built COVER BY UNIVERSAL ! Encases The Silver Pack UNIVERSAL BOOKBINDERY, Inc. J SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS l .. ----,----..--....- ----- .-..-....-■--- The Largest Stock of School Supplies and Sporting Goods In The State Write for Catalogue NEW MEXICO SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. Albuquerque New Mexico DR . WM J. LeMASTER Dentist • . A Complete Line of DRUGS and SUNDRIES PORT ALES DRUG CO Your Walgreen System Store Portales, New Mexico CAMPBELL DAIRY and ICE CREAM Serving Clovis and Eastern New Mexico With ICE CREAM And DAIRY PRODUCTS Clovis, New Mexico t CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY OF ENMC For The Successful Year 1940- ' 41 Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and Employees PORTALES STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 6 Portales, New Mexico DUNNING ' S JEWELRY And GIFT SHOP Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry — Gifts Certified Watch Repairing 308 ] 2 Main St. Clovis, New Mexico HEZ ABERNATHY Automobiles CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Clovis, New Mexico " - J1CK H © L T " THE CLOTHIER " 304 Main Street Clovis, New Mexico JACK ' S GARAGE and BODY WORKS L. C. CALKINS ft " You wreck ' em and we fix ' em " Wrecker Service — We call for and deliver Anything that concerns an Automobile Welding and Machine Work CLOVIS NEW MEXICO MAY BROS. CLOVIS ' LEADING JEWELERS Bulovct, Gruen, Elgin and Hamilton Watches Diamond and Wedding Rings .4 «— . vfottuJBadutttif L THE STORE THAT STAYS Clovis, New Mexico SPORTSMAN ' S HEADQUARTERS Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Sporting Goods Ammunition ThtALlTia 4 Correct Apparel fdr Wdmen 314 Main St. Clovis, New Mexico VISIT OUR COTTON SHOP, NEXT DOOR TO LYCEUM THEATRE WOOD MOTOR COMPANY " Clovis-Portales Bus For Students " Phone 230 Clovis, New Mexico r- ! Sheet Music ----------t Pianos J ! ROBERTS MUSIC CO. ! 311 Main St. ! : Clovis, New Mexico j i Conn Band Instruments Accessories j ----------4 Compliments MONTGOMERY WARD " Clovis ' Most Complete Department Store " Clovis, New Mexico ! LINCOLN MERCURY Sales — Service GATEWAY AUTO CO 600 Main Street Phone 402 Clovis, New Mexico t— • — — — — Jackmans " Your Fashion Store In Clovis " r z- L. ........ 1 Compliments — 4 Ml ■ PRICES TALK - : ll 4 ' Ji:i .-1 Clovis, New Mexico As a part of your education See Tleitf TKlexico Vin t After the world-famous CARLSBAD CAVERNS NATIONAL PARK — believed by many persons to be America ' s Scenic Masterpiece — visit the National Monuments,, State Parks, National Forests, State Monuments and Indian Pueblos, and other attractions of Nature and Man. AT CARLSBAD, SEE — the Museum . . . Government ' s Carlsbad Irrigation Project . . . Mineral Water Bathing Beach . . . Pecos River Flume . . . one of the few Game Bird Farms in the south- west . . . Carlsbad Mineral Spring and the oil fields of Southeastern New Mexico. CARLSBAD WELCOMES THE STUDENTS POTASH COMPANY OF AMERICA Carlsbad, New Mexico (Patnonty C. R. ANTHONY CO. Serves You Better Saves You More Compliments Clovis, New Mexico HTke (Patnonb o fe.Tl.mC. (PuMicatioriA The business and professional men and women who advertise in The Chase and The Silver Pack are A-l! . . . They deserve your business. rrs m There are some errors in this book. We made ' em and we ' re sorry. On Page 86, Deanne Arnette is listed as from Hagerman . . . She ' s from Mountainair! . . .• On Page 71, the first sentence of the second paragraph should read continuously into the second sen- tence . . . • On Page 156, the lines about Marilyn Harrell contains a word spelled " reigend. " It should be reigned! . . . • On Page 74, the word " acouterment " in line 6 would look better, to say the least, if spelled accoutrement. Marie South and John Mancini as cowboy and his lady fair at the annual Sigma Iota Chi Sweetheart Dance .... Opal Crenshaw and Howard West pose for the cameraman at the same hop. Claudia Cox, Dr. Mehrens, and Mildred Clower. Dr. Mehrens keeps students and these girls are his daughters while attending ENMC. Part of the cast of the annual ENMC opera, " The Chimes of Normandy " , which was pre- sented the second semester. Qood (Pnintlna Dijjfiii nuiQi) ?mi a An Eastern New Mexico Business Helping the Schools and the Business Men To Keep Their Printing Dollar At Home PRODUCER OF THE 1941 SILVER PACK " mod enn 6c uLjp merit • C L O V I S New Mexico ALL INDIVIDUAL PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS 1941 SILVER PACK Made by SuMi loan Stucdi ia HIGH GRADE PHOTOGRAPHS COMMERCIAL VIEWS My Motto: Reasonable Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed. CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO 617 East Grand Ave. Phone 297 We Photograph ANYTHING, ANYWHERE. ANYTIME! When You Buy It At PENNEY ' S IT ' S RIGHT IN PRICE STYLE QUALITY Stores At PORTALES CLOVIS NEW MEXICO IN MEMORIAM W ROY BAIN vote w " Uqce GaOOcyifcB Congratulations Students! You have again captured, forever, more of your carefree days. PHOTO- ENGRAVING SERVICE Clovis, New Mexico AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS The journalism students entertain members of the Eastern New Mexico High School Press Association at their fall meeting. The thick and thin (Thelma Pendley and Gertrude Winkler) battle to the finish. They represent the opposing societies for the Encouragement of Thicker and Thinner Co-Eds, organized after an enrollment story in a newspaper appeared u nder the heading " Co-Eds Thicker on ENMC Campus. " ;-:: ' = ' .; . 1J i


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