El Dorado High School - Wildcat Yearbook (El Dorado, AR)

 - Class of 1946

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CHARLES W. BURGER PD. BOX 485 WARREN. AR 71671 E 5 5 1 as I E i , 5- I Qy 'YA m, V ,a 'O 3- lf I..- Q 5. ' Q.. f-,x ? -M . N.. 1 I vs 4. . , .4-, 1 . J'A Va U Q in nl: JZ .mg 5 . , ' ' Q1-Qomwifi .471 43 'J- in f Ziff' ,.-1' ' , E '- -Q- xv A t in Lk 1 I ' , L' 9 .1 F ' Nl' . .. ,4,. .." Q" . , HLQQ' - .. , .E nl Y- 1 V - 4 - -A-YJ - iff,-,fb-f,1', , W 4, - W, if -. y , 'F - 1,. -, h 5.34, ., - for our loyalty 4. i -Q ,- if: QF' '15-+1 g ' J if , W . ' - 4 ' , ' . .5 1 . ff- , 1 1 3 J :ju 4 , D - for dcetigfxngnat1 yt 1 . lx 5. .gl-Q U , ' g.J6gQ:T',Q. - ,Q 4' I E. ",v.4 :' Q , f -1- " n ' ' ' . ". 4 ' 1 ' ' . O - fof our flzhtm .5 4 ' W ' new fkigkxhl 11 l "il, is I - ,I lar Q- w ,"l .,. ' l , f L Hzw i rjl V+ h 7 ' MT T"4A .f ' ' - or on . oyal colgwi' -,b , P ' L xl ' ,. ,ix izgyl' ' .4 1 .g 'QV .ef fl . . ' H ' - fi I ' If ,cr w - for our ann so ardenta if 1 'E A' A, if ig 3- ' . - fi Q A ,-P14 M5 - for devotlon L , j' Fh ' g Eg 'mga A ' ' r - for our.deaii an 'V ' ' nf-1-.. a,, ' , ,a..- . .., LV, . Q Q ,im , , BIG LE for vicnory -7 1- ' as sw ."lx KA 9 - ,- -x A 631, f ' 1 1 uf v,Li7.ii Q. 4. I Q 1 A 7ke Swim Clam Hamm fif' 'fAYJ"N Lv ym l N12 W ' i L L L - A In F I ix bg? Q Q 5 if 692 x Jig "i'f.fd-g, 2 Q Q39 '6ZZ Z!""' Z 2 Q Q ? fijgiily The f X gg I - 3 5.22 1.-. r 5 Q f 'Wx x r If 3 f xix Vffyfzf 0 ' 2 " 3.9. Wildcat INIARY LYNN NVOOLLEY lfllilfll'-ill-C,lff'f Rolslcm' EARL JUSTISS Iiusinexs Manager BILL BODENHAMI-:R Art Edilor How'd we get it? Yes, the photographer was in an airplane when he took the picture. The buildings featured in the picture are the high school, the new gym and the vocational building. S"f 'W M , , N .-4 'i A l'hc flzlgpolc is an l'1u'm'ilc lllL'Clillg spot for numy students. A typical place :mm EHS, lhc' flagpole. is piflurcd ulzmc with il few ol' the pc-oplc who likc lo sxl zlmuml it. luiimuiu 4.1-'TJ Our aim in this first volume of ll-IE XVILDCAT has been to present EHS as it is. W'e ho DC that vou will euros' it and while thumhinff thnou h its l , l , ra 3 pages, you will recall pleasant memories here. Longfellow's poem, "A Psalm of Life" has inspired us to use the theme lootprints. Our hope is that we leave "Footprints that perhaps another, Seeing shall take heart again," VVith this in mind we proudly present the 1946 T I-I E W I I. D C A T THE STAFF a, af -4 iWll"a, s f my ,eflbfdf y d, N J i ffl, O' .. 4 , , , Q , ,J N 06 1 y 1 J i ,s ll.. w V . 5 45' " e ff ,f me fig 4 3 lf?" Q, V! -as -,-..' M , s K J' X ,-ze-, s a n e f-H UEUIEHUUN While we were freshmen our steps faltered and lagged, but sl1e guided us, Then we swaggered as sophomores too jauntily, and she advised us, YVhen we tired as juniors and walked wearily, she encouraged us, Now going forward as seniors with dignity, she applauds us. For all of her assistance we dedicate with gratitude and love our first volume of THE VVILDCAT to "' MM. fmmie Qaqmfi Eu H T i H Activities TS Features Sports Classes Faculty Advertisements ' fs AQ Q3 'iii If I f I 1 I 6 1 aff 4 f 0 X I " f Zh,-"gl ,z- I .QV " ... l' 1-21- L!! -7- 1 f ow, 'WAFA . 6 I X 1 TJ 4 X 2 , 4' u ,j fzfezyf' N- , X A, ' N f3 if-Sd tgfffg 5 E , sk m , 2 - f?iZf -- I -1 I f 'X , fa .. ls? f gf 3Yf , Cl Al I AQT CLASS f QUILL AND SCROLL .XR'l' CLXSS - Nlenilwers of llie url mlziss :ire :rs follows: lefl lo right - Nlzlrgzirel Owen. l51ll'l!llTll Fierelt. .lo .Xnn Brown, 'lionnnie 'lean Hodges. xllll'g'1ll'Cl Swnfforml, llClll .Xnne lVilliznns. Nlziry .Xlife Lcelon. hlllllllllllf llzlvis. Hope lN'a1lsworll1. Dan Boml, Dorolln Nlitcliell. Bill lYullu1'e. Eugene Clospcr :incl Hrs, Ruth llcnney. sponsor. Ql'll.l. .XND SCROLL - liecuuse the members of the Quill and Scroll were so lute being taken in we were unalmlc lo get a picture of them. The following sluclenlx were taken in as members: Ruln Burr. Irene Billingsley. Bill Bodenllanner. Lucie llziris. Herbert Dunias. bllllllllllltf jenn Hodges. Theresa: jenkins. Dorothy Mitchell. Betty Pea rock. Frames Smith. llzwlmnrzi 'l'urnnge, Cllmrlcs Yun Ness :intl Nlurv Lynn Woolley. S I l'IhIiN I' LHITNCII, Ilup I'iIlIII1'I Riglll K1m'III'I' HVIIV l.I1- XIIIIII1' I'I'I-xicI1'III I.1'Il Kinrum-r I'lI1zIlII-III xvllli' Yin' l'I'I'si1II'IIl II-IIIIIII' NIZIIII' Ilrunlwill Ilolulln' Nlilnhvll II-:III IIIiIIklI'I' l5I'IIN AIIIII- XVilIiaIlIIs I'lilIIl1'N SIIIIIII III-II-III Illmwlsm- l':Illv -II-:III xIlf.IllIII In 'xllll IIIIIIII-ss IIIIIIIII-IIIII' YYINI Xlznv NI:II'IiII lhnnlllx' SIJUUIIFI' XILIIIIIII l'I'pp:IId lmu' I'nI'4I I,:II'nlIII IIIIII III-rIwrI DIIIIIaIx Wrslm' vvilllllll I.4IIrx:IIIl Hicks IIII-II ILHIIIIIIII I. II. Fink SLIIIIIIII' KIIIIIIII lm- Wilwn 'int Allrll SI:IlI'l' IIrIIlIIIx Quill:-x J-I1 NA I IUNNI. IIUNOR SOKLII-. I Y I I uwx-I' I'IIlIIlI'y IIVIN' llillillgslry' I'I'n'sidI-III Mary l.IIIII N'0IIII4'Y N11 l'l'lilI'Q 'Klux NIQIIILIII Cox SINIIINUI' NILIIW l.uII 'XIIIIIIIIII V. I'I'I'sirI4-III Williv NIIIIIIII-In I I1-zIsIIIrI XIIII SIIIIIIQ I'Iil:IlII'IlI NYIIII' IIIIIIIIIII' RIIIII I-.Im NIJIIII' RIN-IIIIIIIIIII III-Ilv l.I'I' NIINIII- Iiillv 5IIIIIIII4xIIx ACTIVITIES GUS!-IER STAFF FIRST SEMESTI-lk GFSHER STAFF flop l'icture5 - Hairy Lynn Wuolley. I-'rumen Smith. Bauhzirzi Bennett, Beth l'c-xumk. Tmmnie jenn Hodges. Dorothy Mitchell. B1ll'b11I'1l Turnztge. Svclney Reenherg, Theresa jenkins. Ruby Burr, Not Pirtured - Irene Billings- ley. Herbert Duinzus. Charles Vain Ness, Bill Bmlenhunier. l.um'ie llnvis. Wil-QKIOND SENIES'l'liR GLTSHER STAFF Kluwer Picture! - Maury Lceton. Patty Sue Hnnunontl, jo Ann Burgess, Betts Colqueue, I'nlrici:i Nahors, Helen jelks, Robert l-Iurl -Iuwtiss. Fred Worshzxni, Orleunne Goodwin, Bettye Curgile, james Griffey. Nlezinne Marie Goodwin. liluuiac Mitchell, Helen Pippin. Billye Ann Breimu. Faye Newsom. Perry jenn Gondwin, Violet Brown, juhn Hzuingi, Trent Afton. ,leunnine jnhnston. Sue Ann Coulter. TENT!-I LEGIGN - LATIN CLUB ,. Imp Inlnrr' - .XIIQIIIW IZl1'u'l', xlilllhil .xllll l"i'lSl'lllhLll. Yirginizl Hurrii. Luo ,xllll Ring. Bohhiv llcznrrl. Bcllv .hm N'illi:nnw, hor mln' Ihzllnw, Nlnry .lo Nlnrlin, lfmilx lclry, ilurulum Huilr, llorindu Hzurpcr. Dnllm-llc Arlcox. Alllilll jumw, Ruth .Xnnv jrnkins liulrlrv I.ilIlc. llzlximl lrimblr, lh-nm Fmt, Ruhcrt Shcppcrson, Kcnnrtll Xlitfllvll. l,mu-r Viilllli' - llllfillllil ll:n'pn'l', f:1ll'UlXl1 lluilc, l'1I'LlllLl'Q Gnrrrll, joy' Nichole, Cnmlul Hull, xfllfiillllll' Mcimwl. llnrnlllx SDUOIIFI' Lum -Irann lhmsn, Sanmmm- ju Grvslmxn. Marg Annu lil'auldm'k, lcnny lanncs. jauk lhlrm, Bobby I,ilIl1'. lk-nm Vfikl. llgnid 'lrim, lvl:-, Iinhhv I.ilIi:l1n, Ilunm Sllmklciold. w P IIRI. RICSFRVPQS - Rciuling from l1'I'I In right :irc limilx Orr, Patty' Sue Iluxnzm, Dorothy llzlrbcr. Elilllll' Blum, lzllsr ull-rmn. Doris Hum. junio Ilvzllw, Dorollly Hunt, RkllllK'I'lllL' Mllrplwv, May Doll ,lllllil'T. SENIOR GIRI. SCUl,7'l'S - Miflcllc l'll'IlIl'0, 'l'hc Scniur Girl Scouts :irc us follows: Ruth jnrilzln. Maury Sun' RlSlll,LLt'l'. Bobbi' .Klvv lllIlC'Y. -Ivan Brinklcv. Shirley Pllilur, livin' R2llllM2lIl'l'. l.vli:l llziypwoil, fl4'l'1IlIllHl' Iforcl, filllflll fi1lIllCl'Oll. Pcggv Sllll'lslJlll'Y. l'z1lss lzirrnll, 'lu Hastings. ,Ioan Marlin. Bully Anilrcss, Ann Sands, Tl1L'lgC'i2l klvnkinx. Lou fiZl!'I'lllllCl'S. Margaret Taylor. I IRI. SCIOIMIKS - l.4mcr I'iL'lurn'. lhi- l"lkl'SlllIl2lll Girl Surutx nrr: Bully' llnilcv, llilliv Alluril. Gvrnlilim' Hrald. Bctlv ,Io Sluuglllcr, Iune Nlifhrilv. Bzfrlmnrzx llishoa. Mary Ann Carson, Ann Si-all, Bnnniv Sm' hlustiv. I.in1lu !NlcC'uiwIim1. Czirnlux llgnis, .limmx Golgi l , l umlln' Gum. lilimhctlx Krllogg. Pzitrisin llzllihurlun, C24-lin Powlcfclge. Lutrii' jo lllgginx. Imu' lhril, Glenda: Nliliunn, Maury . lllcn IlUl'l0ll. Cllmrlollm' lluzul. lvgfgy Kilim-mam, xlilflllll llllll Hl2lKlll'V. 1 SCIQIBBLERS ff, if 1 Rulli him- jenkins. ii1lllllil5 Clzwiiiimlizicl. Bmluml licnncll. Virginia Harris, X nulliy Illallwziw. l'zil1'i1i:l lllulsus. licllyc C.':1l'gilC. Hclcli hlvlks. Cicurgc l'ii'llL'. .wqxvle f iluhx- lirmypll. Ifygllig-qs Slllilil. Fu-ml XYU1-sliallii. l'itiWiIl lluriis. l':iCllllU1- Sllilmlmlcfichi, fy 2 lUilIll'll1' tllllivsllll. K11lilI'Nll Suv livllicl. tiigtwr ' IIHRXRY lll,l'lS - Pcggx' Bl'zisIic'l', Hx-xcllv lllcmlsuc. Mrs. XN'11l'c, lliillllili Niilt'ill'ii. Bilixc .xllll lllriiiio. NIzll'g'xl znlfmal. -login l'uulz-qlgv. Wilma RL-c Rnlmlm. .ln Iillcn BCllYL'l'I. Nlzu-llm .Xml Smith. l.ilIi:u1 Watkins. Wildcat Most people call it "The Band Hall" but it might not be amiss to tag it as a sort of "Temple ol' Music." For it is there on the two floors above the stage of the high school auditorium that youngsters manage to squeeze their first fuzzy tone out ol a reluctant horn and gradually develop from the A'rookie" stage to polished young musicians, and to a sense of pride that they play the music of the old masters preserved in almost religious tradition. This is not intended to paint a picture of "long hair" activities. They have a big time. They're normal. But they all develop toward the goal of being able to put out high-calibre, wholesome nmsic. LEONARD FULKERSON A trip to the band hall is an interesting visit when the band is in D"""""'i session or out. Sure. it's thc Christmas Concert - Remember how they played YVhite Christmas? Un the west wall is a large banner with "ARKANSAS" spelled out a souvenir ol' the band's trip to the New York XVorld's Fair in l939, when it repre- sented the State ol' Arkansas. On the north wall is the banner which was carried when the Ozark Ordnance XVorks was presented the Army-Navy "E" award. On the same wall are autographed pictures of the famed violinist, "Rubinoff: Cap- tain William Santllemann, leader of the Marine Band, and its accomplished solo- ists. There are pictures of state and regional elinies, where members of the band participated with students over the South in making music. 'l'here are souvenirs of the band's trip to New Orleans when it again represented the state at the Lion's International Convention. There they entered in competition with 75 bands from nearly every state and several nations. The hand placed seventh in marching and concert work femerging more prosperous by a hundred dollars, and had the distinction of being the only band Chosen to appear on a special program given before 8,000 persons. BILLY MURPHY Pfl'Sidl'llt At intervals of a few feet are ntunerous plaques denoting honors received at state and district band eontests. Individual members brought home top honors from national contests. Hats straight, eyes front, heels against the steps, spats clean? They'd better be, the band's in concert formation ffzzfljnme a 60717612 073061 b Paimf Eafbf cgbaazovzf AEM Sue ie? Dua? aide DCSVZJZ "Buy XVar Bonds" is another banner. QYou may think the band has a banner complex. It has.j The extensive bond sales campaigns were successful and a citation was presented from the 'l'reasury Department ol the lfederal Government. littsses carrying tlte band were antong the first ve- hiclee: to cross the Greenville Bridge. lt was Hlildcat Hand music tltat dedicated it. ln all, it has traveled a good many thousand miles in spreading good will. AX recording machine. acquired through Commun- ity Clhc-st funds, is one ol' the rehearsal room's most important. teaching Iieatures, according to Leonard Fulkerson. director. lt accurately reproduces and pre- serves the Hl'g2lllll2lli0ll'S mttsic and students are better 5- ahle to correct their ntistakes when their music is played hack to them. These recordings have been a source of enjoyment to returning veterans, he states, and the records are the lirst things they ask lor. According to Fulkerson, it is futile to argue that the band in their time was not at its zenith ol' perfection. Most ol' the records are scratchy now, he adds, having had a too-thorough workout by the ex-members who made them before the war. IL's an interesting place. all right. and there has been some speculation as to what sort ol' results would he produced il' a machine were to he developed which could reach into the past and bring back several years ol music. It would he a long llllle. OFF TO Tl-IE CLINIC V- x L W., " v-. gg, MW. ,ma-v' WM 'N-17! 7hey QW Q glade Seem! UNM Piclurcd abovc arc lhc runners up for Lhc feature section which is a lVho's XVho's section among scniors. They arc flj jack Hammond, most. handsome boy: QQ Elifahclh l.Varc, most popular girlg ffij Herbert Dumas, HIOSI popular boyg Patty joan Mclllain, most intelligent girlg Charles Van Ness, best all round hoyg Q65 Elouisc Mitchell. host all round girl: C75 YVillic Matlhcws, boy IIIOSL likely lo succeed: QSj Mary Lynn lX'o0l- lcy. girl most likely to succeed. -x ABI: I f 12 I X , '45 1 f, X1 ' 5 L' Ing? X ja WlW A va . f 'LQ' ' xg? Wy' QE 2195 : was M Q J 'ff tif Q, "VV""""'f 'wi , 7'9N lv 'X ' id ., My X Q 0 W 4 K ' X 1 SLMM I CIA! IL FRED NVRAY YVORSHAM Illosf Handsome Boy HOPE YVADSWORTH Preftiesi Girl IXIARY LYNN XVooI.1.EY lllost I71lf'lligf'IIl Girl ' WVILLIE IXIATTHEWVS Most Intelligent Boy FEAT RES B1L1.Y MURPHY Must PUIIIIIIH' lioy SPEAR TITSWORTH Iivst All-Round Boy ELIZABETH XVARE Girl Most Likely lo Surceezl AIIQANNIAL IXIARH1 Goonwm lim! .-HI Rnnml Girl BERRY LEE Moon: Huy Mm! Likrfly to S1lC'!.'FFfi lifst All Ruund Boy i i I B1a'14'1'x' Co1,Qlw1'r'l'1c Mus! Pujmlur Girl l'1'elIi4'.x'I Girl Beauty 1'cllc-clcml in mirrors. Qui-cn 'llmlizx .ICZIII Clzlldwcll is sllrrollnclccl by llCl' maids, lftlllllll Phillips cggy Kilmcmzui irjoric Brzicllizmi illinrlcnc Curry Ami IXIZIIHISCO Norma Dc-ll Hodges mic Nicholson and lc-:ui Brinklcv la 55. uv, 1 Mrs. Blzickwoocl humls ilu-C1111 to lu-r lr:1i11l1czu'c-1' son, Rolx-rl Paul, ill thc rcfcplioiw. This was llvld in llic olcl gym lol- lowing the crowning ol' Llic queen. l 1 1 1 ',2 gfliil 11'f'H fm' Il IMY On slugs ox cry body! 'l'l1csc drcsscd up lauls amd lzlssics pow :md watch thc nlJil'diL'n while thc SIJCUIZIIOTS plwmccccl lo thc l'CCClJli0ll. Special EASTER CAN TATA If these "larks" look lifeless, it can be said that "they served their purpose before death." This group lifted their voices in song in the first Easter Czmtzttzt held in the EHS ztuditoriuni. Tuesday, April 9. SEN IOR PLAY Blood! No, it's only HIQIIQC-U11 on the "brine" sheril'l"s brow. The senior play east worry over Ulillie Matthews, who has just fztinted and with at smile on his face. BAND Buy Victory Bonds! Good advertisement from at great band the one we like better than any other school band in the state. x CHEER LEADERS Fight! Fight! Purple :ind XVhite. These toughies fight it while the cuties sing. No blood wats shed during this duel of the Cheer lenders. Events N.YIAION,Xl. HONOR SOLIIIZTY I clndn L k11r1w shv was Slll2ll'l!H No dm "mln-" is I1c1':1l1sc "sl1c" has just l'cc'cix'Qc .': ' L Hu11m'Sm'iclv Illlllilllifll Illlfl lllv XIIIOII 11 l hcl' lhcw lllllhlllll looks 1110 ll c'o111b111z1l11111 ol' s111'p1'1s1' :mal fc-:11'. CLXRICICR DAY Hr. .5lllIJlJlL'lll'lil a111cl slz1I'I' mlisfuss pl: Im' 1.1111-nl' Dau' 111 thc sllpc-1'111lc11clc11l s UHICL' lll'lll'C'Sl'lll2lliYl'S svn-W SCIII fl'UIll llCigllIJ0l'illQ sclumlw lo 11-1'1-iw znclclilimlul kllowlcclg' IIIVII' 1'l1osv11 x'r1c'11li1 l'lz111s 1111- 1111111 ms. mln-lcd - now wc 11111 rcs!! L ol' ll1c f.lll'4't'l' IJ:1v i'h2lll'IIlL'll ln'cz1Ihc il sigh of 1 l4L'll1'l 111111 s:1l1sIz1c'l1o11 111 1111- 1llJl'1ll'V. Xflll lllilf QIYJXX' up In 1111-sicln-111 ol' 1111 1 l IllIL'Kl SIRIUS! U 1-ll, 1111-x'1l11l grow up to lx- p1'vsi1l1'11l ol' lllL'il' rlnss- I-lc-rc lhcy arc Ilclp- ing Hrs. XXY111- with plans lm' f1lll'L'L'l' D111 SMWS IT SNOXV5 Y l. South Xvlwlllllglflll lX'l'0l'L' llllllll' l'2ll'S cz1111c along 2. ,'Xl'Cl1'l you cold, llillllly? fi. A pretty trcc. -l. Bobby 211111 l'ic1'1'c 1'1':1cly l'o1' ll l1'ic11clly light. n. Nico z111cl while is11'1 it? 45. fill-ll-ll il snow 1111111 z111cl look who is by il. 7. Bclorc i1 Illl'llS. 8. Vi1'gi11iz1 z111cl S2ll'2lll wz11c'l1 1111- birclic. 9. .PX ll'llC l-l'CSl1l1l2lll - Billy Nllllllil. 10. U'cll, lXI2ll'viUl'lC. ll. Benny wz1111s to play. 1 '91 AB X .gf I I if 7 3051.5 A I X , mf f , W A V . ' H If xijkugg if f E pv il :ZA w i V' fx ,jiwy if 'WWA-f if If of X 531 Em W I Fkflv 'V ,I 8 W 1 Q 7? , . 'iw' LL' 559123 MQ if ll Cl 'Xl I L Head Coach Guy li. "Skipper" Hays has been mentioned by state sports writers as "probably the best coach in the state." To the students of EHS there is no doubt he is the best. If you're ever looking for A'Sltipper," go to the gym and if he's not there Brother. give up! A'I'nt so glad that you could be here" is the greet- ing that Line Coach Dewey Blackwood extends to all visitors fthat means students. tool in the gym. "Coach" has been in El Dorado for three years and is serving as boys' physical education director at the present. Back from the army, llackfield Coach Robert Smith returned to lil Dorado about six months ago. .Xl- thongh he has been gone several years. Coach Smith has that happy' faculty of remembering names and faces. so he calls everyone by name. imagine it! American history, Andrew jackson. and the Wild- kittens. Know who that describes? Well. it couldn't be anyone but .-X. Robinson. business manager of the Wildcat team. Foot Playing more conference games than any high school football team in the state. the El Dorado Wildcats ended their season standing fourth in the conference. Of the eleven teams played. nine were in the conference. HAYNESYll.I.l-I SEl"l'ENIliER ll The non conference starter of the year was the Haynesville Colden Tornados team. This game was played in Haynesville with many' El Dorado fans witnessing this scoreless tie. FORT' SMITH f-- Slil"l'lZMBER 21 The Wildcats were defeated by a score of I9-ti in a Gridiron tnssle with the For! Smith's Grisslies. Titsworlh and Coley' showed up well as a lateral passing combination. HOl'l'1 SEPTEMIBER 28 Hopes eleyen was no match for the local boys. This was the first home game of the season and the Cats showed increasing strength scoring 5 touchdowns and winning the game 33-6. SIGNAL Hike! These Wildcats were right in there stopping anyone who came along. This is the l9l5-46 starting line-up that faced the toughest teams in the state. Ball IIU'I SPRIXK-S OLIOIHIQR 5 XIKTIIIIK lhc' IIUIZIIIN ill Rcx Slzlllilllll. lhc XVihIm'zll:s llull this OIIC' simlul gllllll' Ill ll sum' uf f1fI-II, NORIH l,Il ll,Ii ROCK OCIIIOIEIQR I2 Ilulwllc' IVIIIIIIIZIIII. srllmlllllllulv, szlwll IIIL' 0iIcl"s UlllInl'l'l'lllkC SIZIINI- illg In sullillg ill lllc' IIINI NL'IK'll svcllllcls ul' thi' 4Ill:lI NYilcIL'all g2lII1C. flDllXl'lNIUIl lxals lllglllc' rlll ln'I'cl'L'L"s Iillll' LIIIQI lhc LQLIIIIC CIIIICII III-lfi. I XIXLXOLIX OKZIOIIIC III Ihis IIHII-l4llIIIl'll'Illl' IUJIIII lIIL'l lhl' Iilsl llvfczll ol' lllm' svzlsclll. Ihc IN IIIIHIIN lallliml III lulillls llilh lhl' I,2llIIIlK'l'5 sullillg only I lllllr'IllI4m'll. l'INI'. ISI,I II' OCIIUHLR 2h I scl' szlll gzllllm' lszls lhl' UIIK' lmlzlxcll Ilcllvccll thc lchlzls llllII lIll' Wilciulls. Illl' Imzll r'Ic'lL'll lxllll IIlis llzllll IIUIIQIII gallllm' ill Ihr' IRINI l,lI Il,Ii R01 K XOX'l'lNIlXliR 2 Illm' llllL'xlll'llm'lI 1Il'IC'III ul Ihr lull' lllllli' lvllcll thc lil IIOIYIIIII NyIIlIl2lIN UXl'lNIIl'IlllK'II lhc' l,illIc' Rink 'ligvrs 241-7, RIIYIIIIIQ' ll Ilalll UI Ihm' Willhalls IJll'Xl'llIl'1I lhm' Calllilzll Clill IIHIIII SUlI'IIlg IDIII UIICC. lhcsc XXIIIIKYII YIICCI' IC1l1IL'l'S cIl:lIIcllgc thc Ilonslc'l's oll illl cxlllalllgc Ill'u:ldc':lsl pup lllcclillg. INlll't ll'cll'l'l! llvrll llzls IIICII' ul UINCI' lhc Ilzlll. ll's ll hilll! ll's ll phlllc! Il's ll l'mllhllII ZIIIII SIIUYIX CZIIIQQIII il loo' . - - ' ' ' li 'lllI'l' l ' ' ll l' 'illfl ' "Ill'i Lll"llI." ITIII hc Iil'clI with l':llllrllls frll Ills pzlsslllg llllllllx j,f1lIlll's wclc lxrlll als Zl l'L'sllIt of ll I I IM I 'md S 'I I ' few llzlssvsj .luck lIl'IllUllSIl'ilICS ll Illzlrk cle lu slum' ful' il. ATHLETICS JACK HERRON SPEAR 'I'I'I'SWOR'l'lI BERRY LEE MOORE JAMES LUIWVIG Left Half Back Fullback Left Tackle Quarterback Co-Captain -- All-State C0-Captain - All-Stale FORDYCE NOVEMBER 9 unmatched Texarkana Razorbacks in a see-saw game at R0- A small crowd of 2llJlJI'0Xll1l21lCll' 250 people witnessed this land Field. The final score was 20-H. 0-0 lVildcat victory on a field that could have been appro- SMACIKOVER NOVEMBER 12 nriatelv called a swimming pool. 'l'he Redbugs were unable Bowing to the Slnackover Buckaroos. the lVildcats lost their 0 gain any territory in this mud slinging tournament. second game of the season, the game on which their chance 'l'EXARK.XN.X NOVEMBER I6 for championship depended. XYith fumbles costly to the El' Proving their power. before one of the largest crowds in Dorado team. the Cats made their lone touchdown in the last outh Arkansas history. the El Dorado Wildcats defeated the hali of the game. The final score was 20-7. BENNIE BRIDGES I-IORACE WINDHAM ROY SIMS LOUIS SANFORD Center Left End Right End Right Half Back M111l11g.1i1'-. l11 ,ln-111 H11l1111's INN!! H I'.XIll".l. I'll XRLICS R. ROliliR'l'SOX AIICRIRY HOIAIIQS 11 I-11.11'1l - ,XII Sl:1l1' 1.1-ll K-11z11'1l Rlglll vl1ll'lilC LXXIIJIQN XUYl'lNll5lfR ffl I1111 of llll' ohlcwl 1'ix:1Is 111 .X1'k:111s:1s lltllblllllll played 1l1ci1' :llllll u111sc1111ixc gz1111u 'l'l11111ksg'ixi11g Dill i11 1l1c fl2llllKlCIl sul- l'i1I111'1' 01111111-1l ln 1'11g1'11u'1' SPHXR 'lAl'l'SXVOR'l'H n N11-1111-11 tu- thc All-S0llIllt'l'll 11-11111, 5111-111' 'I'itsw111'Il1 . ,. , - 1 '111.1clc1'-d 111 I1 1l111ll "rl 11: 111- f Ill' :ll 1' 1' Llllllll. II11: lxllllfilli only smrc l'CSlllIL'll f1'o111 Rl 71-1z11'1l 1l11sl1 glmfn' Eullhfwks Uflflu. sullf U W K 0 l I ml' ln' S111-111' lllilkllllll. Riplcx kicked 1l1c l'0IIXL'l'Sl0ll. 'I'l1c fi1111l Q Bfjilm Illlllllllllilllily' .1-I1-1-11-11 111 1111- .xl'li1lllS1IS All ' htutc loulbxlll 1011111 pul HDCZII :lt thc lop of thc llst as ,Imp ull, 20.7. 1'11pt:1i11 ofAll1iw1-Ica1111. Q l1CllISl'lllg lor four 1'c111s1'1'111ix1's vcz11's. this Wilmlrnt 11,-1'a1p1.1i11 wars 1l11- ll1i1'1l l1i1rl1 Sl'0l'l'l' i11 Illl' stun' i11 lf?-H lllll i11 1043 ln bmkm tl11011 i11 'hc 1'o11lcrc11ce. Q gh an II11- 1111111l11-1' 11110 s1'u1'c1 MISS KIO NICGIIATHERY DOROTHY LYLE FERNELL JERRY Coach Co-taptain - Forward Co-captain - Guard Girls' Basketball The El Dorado High School XVildkittens really lived to their name in this past season. Out of twenty games they only lost three! Beginning early in December they played one game after another until March 14th and 15th, when they entered the state tournament at Marianna. They lost their second game to Marion. March seventh through the ninth the district tournament was held here in El Dorado, with the XVildkittens winning lour of the games and the coveted cup. High point "Kittens" through the whole season were the co-captains, Dot Lyle and Fernell jerry. EHS takes its hat off to our fighting "XVilclkittens." CHRISTINE SIDERS BL'I"I'Y CORNISH IWYE Nl-IXVSONI IONIXIIIE MAE NIIQRPHY All-State Team - Forward Fo1'11'a1'tl filllllll Glxard Dam' IIL11 IIN. Iain. Ilzin. Inn. Jain. Lin. I Ifc-In. Ifc-Ii. Ifcli. I1-Ia. Dani' ITIJ. Ifclm. 1945-46 Schedule I cznn I'Izu'c Souix' NVQ 'I'Iicy Nlzignolizi 'I'Iic1'c EI-I EHS Xlzignnlizl Hn-rc' IHS 22 Ilnllig Hcrc 'IPI 27 .IIIIIVIIOII Clili Hcrc 215 2-I 'llllll'lIOII City iI'Ilcl'L' III 27 Iiiin-rmn HQ-rv 52 28 'I'OlIRX,XNIIiN'I' Xl' QIIINCIAION CLIIY Iivriiiu-. I.zi. flily LIU 7 I,islznn 'I'Iiurc' 22 253 lvl'IJ1lIl1l I'Ici'v 57 FII IIIIIUYIIIHII I'Ic1'c -i3 I2 Siiizickowr Hmm- IS9 22 'Ik-:nn I'Iziu- NVQ SIIIZICIQUXCI' iI'IlL'l'L' F50 I,l'IIll'K'l0ll HL'I'L' 58 Strong HL'l't' Fi-I Manx - Man: 'l'Ol'RN,XNIliN'I' MARCH T XYOX CITP 7 l'i'Imn1i Hn-ru in Inc inn-mms. pnrrs. and sciziuilics nf thc feminine Imskctlmll srlnxud. The KIIIUIICIICS Iiaicl ll ninwl Slll'Ll'SSI'lII sczisnn. 'I'I1cy Ilzilc 'I-cznn Plzicc NYU 'I'I1cy FII Man: 8 Okolonzi I-Icrc 2 I I I 27 Man: 9 I"ziii'x'icw Hcrc IS 9 ,H Mar, 9 Strung HL-rc II9 T30 IJIS'I'RICI'I' NINE 5'I'.YI'li 'I'0lIRX.XNIEN'I' M'111'c'I1 I-I Drcw Clcnlrzil ul' Monliu-Iln Nfzurion fm 23 9 AIZIITII I5 XIllI'I1lIIIlll - Mairimi wl A-I9 I Nm- lliix i-. xml an nc-xv rnntinc- llic Rnrkcllcs Imvc wnrkcml uni. jnsl lhc six SIQIIAICIT? on thc Killcnclrc lcznn. Smart girls. ilicscf SPEAR TITSWORTH DALTON PYLE ,IINIMY PAT COLEY Forward Center Forward Boys' Basketball Starting the season with an inexperienced team, except for Dalton Pyle, the Vlildcats played twenty games and won twelve. Because of flu, Dalton was unable to play in most of the games. They played the first one with Magnolia there. The Cats were defeated, but returned to El Dorado to beat the Panthers that night. Then followed a tough schedule with the XVildeats matched against some of the best teams in the state. The district tournament was held in the EHS gym on February 27, 28, and March l. They were defeated three points by Camden in the final game. The following week the State Tournament was held in Jonesboro, where they lost again by three points to Fayetteville. Taking into consideration the XfVildc'at's had luck, they had a fairly successful season. 1 Ol IS SANFORD HURACE XVINDHAM CHARLES SMITH Xl'S'l'lN BR XX l I l'X Guard Forward Center fillalil 1945-46 Schedule Stull' f,lJlHllIl'llI l'lxlu' NR' 'l'hc'y xlllgllilliil 'l'lu-rc' I8 23 Xlllgllfblill Hn-rc 28 23 Lillh' Rock Ilcrc' 38 -lf? l.illh- Rank I.llL'l'L' S50 U2 cllllllllkll l'Ill'l'L' ll IIS Clznmlun Hera' 35 I2 lfurmlyu- Hmm' -If 155 l"Ill'ilf'l'i' lficrc' 57 l-I Phu' lilulf H1-H' flfi F58 Phu- lihllf 'l'llc'l'c' 215 39 Slll2Il'kUX1'l' 'l'l1L-rc 30 IU Slllili km or HL-rc 55 fill Nnrlh I.illlc' Rock Hora- IH 240 Nnrlh Lillh' Rnfk Ylihl'l'l' IH S57 .IIVNKITION CITY lNYl'l'.-Yl'lON.,Xl. 'l'Ul'RNfXMEN'l' Ruston. La. 42 I6 Nlyrllc' firmc 29 SI Slfllllg 35 IH lllS'l'RCl'l' 9 'l'Ol7RN.'XNl1iN'l' CLXHES Srnzukmvr T47 25 f:2llIldl'll A12 -45 s'l'4x'l'E 'l'f,lYRX.,x:XIL:X'l' lhc muclws uf mlm girls' mul hm! lmskcllmll lL'2l . . N L , .url lrzlmlx lu gn. Ihm nu' Nliss In xll'fvlillhl'l'X as l'zny1'Ilcx'lIlc' .53 .hm lwm., mmkm,,,d. ' ' I'. K., Church mmm- lo lallh IIIIS NCQII' mul lllllllglll lmlmrs In hulh IIIIIINCH :xml his wclmul hx lllzlklllg lhc ull-slnlc hnskvlhalll lvnm. Llllllill uns HlIINl2lllilIIl'2L Ill Ihnl has lnmllrm uns glllllll wt In mls lhn' I4llIl'lll hugh surlm lll lhv LOIlfCl'L'llLl'. lhla gm uhh thu glillltl pm-uwlmlily mn ncliw um muh in lhc ulhlvlim' fivlml :xml annum! lhc gym. hul hc :mlm wrwml lhv Nt'IliUl' nlzux nf 'Hi aux wunul xiu' IPl'CiiiI1'Ill. Samui NAM! Sammi . . . I. About fztur! Hup! Two! 'l'i1l'L'C! Four? 7. Quiet please. 2. A, stitrh in time saws niuc- 8. NYC gut to sec thc IILIIIIIJCYS 35. Lct's begin to paint. U. Bc c'z11'cfu1, girls. 4. The dark sidc of lifc. IO. XVhztt's thc score? 5. Clmuc 011. tztcklc them. II. Mr- llztrroll explains. 6. lJon't rut your fingcr. 12, Hit it.CI:t1'l. Q, 1 WB EJ xsxl 0 A H 0 my 'fgg if 70, , . . 'M ' , ff .vi A yi, A V' ff H fl? 'M W Zi ,f E w 5' PZ: W Q N '15 X AQ? ? gg? K 1 V ga Maj l 'MWW--:G QW E7 ff ,g A Rx H 5? 1 F 'X' if Q' - ,7?' :Fi F X 4, .kj x- "' - P: . ' - 1:7173 5 H 5 , ,. 1, Q? voorffof- YE N X Q if f A 31111-J.-Asngr I :g Sl'l'I ANN COl'l.'l'liR Sf'l'l'l'f!lVvY SPEXR 'l'I'l'SYYOR'I'H 1'I'l'!lSlli'f'!' .IE.XNNE MARIE GOODWIN Sllulrvzf Cnznzril Rl'IJI'f'XI'lll!llf1'I' ACTON. TREY.-X Seniors H1-IRBERT DUBIAS Prvsizlfnt P. C. CHURCH Vin' Pl'f'.YiflFlIf JAMES LFDYVIG Vin' Prrsizlzflll Fivr' Foo! Tzvn, Eyes of Blur' JXUANIS. CECIL Thr' Dl'l'IlllI!'7' ALLEY. GR.-XXYIILF Hou' Many Hearts .-XNDRESFE. BET l'Y Huw' You Iirokmz? If I Har! fl 1702171 Hfaris ANTHONY, MARY LOU lirliffw' Mr' If All Tlzusr' lilzrlwlring Young Clmr 9 B,-XILES. H. L. AlllI'I'i!'flH linux' B.-XIl,1'IY, IXXRI ,ICN li Skalzfrk II'all : BAKER. DONALD 1.iH11' Iifflfilfl' BARR. RYBYE If l.r1z'1'lir1r'ss II'r're Alllsif Bl'.l'.ISl',. A. N. A IVIIIHIIH l.s'Fi1'l:l1: IHCLI., ANNA IAURA ' IIIITTQ' llnnm lH'1NNIi'l"l'. li.XRB.XR.X I'n1. Ix'm'1' Drwp in lMi.x'iz's mul Hvnfl Uww' l1'z'e'l.S in lfrme l'alI.l.INfiSl.l'1Y. lRliNl'1 ll'lmt IM You li'1mt To Null 'I'lm,x'r' l'fVvz's :ll .Ur lfor? lil,l'1lJSOI'1, IHQVERIX Nu l,nw', NU Afflfllilli l50lJliXH.XNll'1R, llll.l. 'l'll1'r'1' ix Rm! Fur TIN' U'1'nr'y BOND. DAN I'n1 l"urr'1fz'r lilmving lfulzlzlrs BRADSH.-KW, QIAMES The Gum! Tinu' Polka ISR.-KSPIICR, ELVIN Tull, Dark and Handxnme IKRASHI-IR. MELVIN A Spanixlx Cavalier BREIMO, IIILLYE ANN Hulllm, Hulnlm, Hubba BRIDGES, ISICNXIIC IIe'rr"x lu lhc l,rulir.v. Gad lilmx Timm BRIIXLICS. l'.Xl'l, Snnlrlmrlx' l.nzw'x .He ISRINKIJCY. .IIALXN 'l'ill Thr' limi uf 'Finn' lSRI'l"l', CLORDIIC l.0l' Smm'Innlx".v Ilhlking in My I7n'run.v BROOKS, lH'1'l"I'Y 'l'lmI .S'l1flH1'I' of Minz' BROWN, .IO ANN l'll l1'nlIc Alum' BROWN, YlOl.l'1'I' Ilrrjz Ax' 'l'll1' Xiglll , 1 gy CLASSE l3l'RGER, CHARLES I D1111't W11111 AIIYIIOIIY At All lil'RGESS, 'IO ANN A1117 Mi.sh1'l11111i11' ISVRGESS, -IOI-INNIE Y1111'1l lie S11rpri.s1'1l CAI.DWEI.L. THALIA SZl'l'I'f 111111 I.oveIy CARGILE, BETTYE I.11.vs Thu! 1.111111 I1 S11iI11r KZARNIICIHAEI., CHARLES D11 'TIIFY Aliss 1111? .41 H111111'? CARNIICHAEL, THOMAS DIIHVI Y1111 Rl'lll!'Illllf'l' Ale? CIAR'l'WRlGH'l'. WILBUR ,S'11111ll Fry CHANDLER. HERNIAN P1'1111'1' l.'l111r111i11g CHERRY, DONNA LEE Cl11'1'1'.v I5I11s.s11111 CHURCH, P. C. S01lflll'I'71 Fried CLICK. GERALD l.I'f' H1111 My M111111f11ts COLEMAN, IIININIY .U111'1l1f1', H1' S1l.Y.S CIOI,Ol'E'l"l'l-f, l3E'l"I'Y . I Y111'r1'111l1'r. D1'111' . CONGIQR, NORNIA .xviff lI'11rk. If Y1111 C1111 lift ll COOK, FLOYD l'lI liz' A1'1111111l CORNISH, BETTY Oh. P1'11111is1' Ale CORNISH, NONIE MAE Slffrjzy Ti1111' C1111 l1OlFl,'I'ER, SITE ANN Szuevt Sue DAVIS, JOHNNY All Applr' For Ihr' Teacher DAVIS. LIICIE Who? DAVIS, 'IIHELMA JEAN Nite I'111111g Girl DCLANO, THOMAS S11 1 11 r1l11 y Night DONALDSON. JOHNNIE ELF Home on The Range IDl'Nl.XS, ll0RO'I'HY ANN llwn' flumrx llr'rn'r'n Again lil'H.'XS, DORUIHY -IIQXN You Uuglzl Tn lir In I'ir'lurr.v IllTNI.XS, Hl'1Rl5liR'l' l,llz' Un Thr fIl'l'1llI Il'1l1'f' lJl'Rl'IN, .IOIIN l'II.I,lS Tlwra' Muxl lir' Il Il'nx' l'1l.f.X. -IOHNNII-I Rl',l'H SIIIIIII' Alvvxrlf For IHII l'1VliRl'1'l"l', l3.XRl3.XR,X .NNN I lJru1'l Illml To Srl Ihr' ll'm'l1l on Fife IVICNNICY, XYll,l.I.XNI KlCI.l.Y Ah! Ifnr ll'ing.v In .Sour lflTI.I,liR, IJOROTHY ,IICXN Sing A .Sung of Si,xju'nrz' l"l'I'lGliR.Xl,D. 'l'l'NNl-ZY lining lj: G.XS'I'ON. AIAKZK I I ,,ll1'l' ,-I Irlrnrlr' CLlI.l.l.XNl.M0131-1l.l.l'1 I'Im.w' 'l'uIrr' gl l.r'llr'r, Miss jones CLOOIJXVIN. UIIQXNXIC NLXRIE Prr.wnnlily ooolnvlx. jonx lil.Nll-IR I l1r'1'r11u uf llrrnzllia' GOUINVI N. 0Rl.li.XNNli I.m1r',wnl11' IfI11r.x' GOOIIWIN. PERRY -IILXX lm! ,AI-Yfllin' null rl-lfnrkin' UR.XC1li, lHl.I,Y 'I'inlr' On Mx' IIIIPIIIN GRICICN, l'rlI.l.Y ll'rll1'Il llu' l'4lll'lI fm Hx' GRIl"l"l-KY. ,IXXIIQS Cmnin' in nn n l!'lr1'rl mul n I'rnycr H,-XMMONIJ. JACK llmcs Yum f.'r:n.w'ir'll1'1' I'f1'1'r' Iinlllw' You? HAMMOND. l'.X'l"l'Y Sl'li jim Hxxxx, jonx A lionrl Mun ix Hurll I0 lfiml HARSH.-10141 l'.Xl'l. 'I'I11' Pauxr' Tlml If1'frf'.vIn'.v H.KR'l'Slfllil.IJ. Nl.XR'l'HAX I.mfr'r. Conn' liurk In Mc' HICRRON, QIACZK I II'r1nl 'l'n lir' u lfnvllmll Hfrn HERIOKL. NIXIDCE Dark livvrzs HICIKS. I.'lSRY.XNI' Did You Iiwrr I,o1f1' ll lI'uH11111? HILII, REED fflllllfllg 'lfnlmfl flu' IIIOIIIIIIIIH HUIXLEPE, IONINIIE AIEAN Is II Trzw lI'lml They Snuv Alarm! HONEYCIl"l"l'. HAROLD A7l'IlvY With l1I1I'l!llIl'll0,j' HVGHEFE, HELEN MARIE My l.ij'f' lx Lila' Il SIIIIIIIIPI' Rosa EIACOIIFE, VIRGINIA NIAXINE Alia' lilur' fiozvn KIELKS, HELEN DEAN llIfl'l'llll'IZ.U KIENKINS, Rl"l'H .XNNE .Wy D!'!'!lIll.Y AH' Gwlfing' lfrfllw' A IENKINS, SARAH KATHERINE Thr' Vrry Yxllllilglll nf You jnxklxs. 'IRHERESA IV.: Only ll Paper Mmm IOHNSON, GLORIA -IEANNINE livery Day nf My Lift' loxles, JOAN lrrc'si.sliI1lf' You joxnfs, jm' BERNILLE This Hrarl of Mini' HIVSIISS, ROI'mER'I' EARL Trx' Ml' 0110 Mow' Time I..XII5I,.'XIV. l1E'I"l'YE .IO You Canzz' Along IANEY, GENE .XUSIIN '1!'I'.W'.X' HIPIIIIIY' I,EE'I'ON. XIXRY .NLICE liluf' Iivwrl .Ilnry I.UI",I'0N, l3E'l"l'Y EIXHEI, All of My Lifz' I.l'INVIG, IIIXNIES HORACE l.1'az'1' Thr' Disllrs In Thr' Sink, I LYBARGER, DELORES MAXINE You Alrulrf Ml' Imnfz' You LYI'n.'XRGER, I'A'I'RIfIIIX LEE FIISIIIIIIIIIIQ' Rhythm Mc-CANN. LINCII 'I'HOIXII'SON l'n1 150111111 l.o1vz' Tlmf Cul MCCIAIN. I'.Yl"l'Y JEAN linurl, finml, flood - - - Jlngzmlin? ll lim Tiuuf Dahl MAIN, .IUSICVH ff. Sluff Lila' Tlml 'l'l11'r1' NLXNASKIU. l"Rl'1lD lfu1'lf1'1l In Ilia' ffmrllr' nf Illr' Ilrwfr Nl,XRkF:. NI'.l.l. ROSI1, AIIVY Ulrl yqiillf' NI.XR'llN, IRICXIC liX'lil.YN I llnvzm uf Yun TXl.XR'l IN, NlYR'll.l'14lO.XN Tr!! Alf, 'I'1'll Mr, l':Z'!'IliHg Slur XIXSSICY. RXYXIUND DENNIS 'I'nkr' ilu' Train Nl.Yl"l HICXYS. N'll,l,I.XXl FRXNCIS, ,Ir Ah! Szrwl Alx'SIr'1'Vx' nf l,if1' Xlll.l.liR, l'4R.XXKfl'1S l.Ul'lSlf l'll Sw' You Again Nlll.l,l-lR, Nllfl.B.X DIQXN Szurvt mul Lam' Nll'I'l1Hlil.l., IIURUTHY fInr'kIllil.v lfm' 7-Zl'U Nll'l'CHlCl,l., lil.l.,X l,Ol'lSl'1 'l'n'0 H1'arl.v in Walt: Timr' MOORE, Ill-ZRRY l.l'1l'1. RIR. Ulf, Lnzv' Thu! ll'ill .Ynl I.1'I Alf' Cn NIURliHl'1.Xll. R.Xl,l'H lh'ulhr'r, Sn lfim' Hl'l.I.l'1N, VIRGINIA l.0l'lSl'1 l.1't'.Y lux! l'rr'l1'nfl NIl'RI'HY, 'IUNINIIIQ Nlkli 14 I'-l'i1'lIfI nf YUIIVN Xll'RI'HY, Wll.l.l XXI .XRCIHIIC Szrr'r'lln'ru'l uf All .Har Ilrmlnls NIVRRAY. HICRNIXN 'l'.Xl.Nl,XIXLli Dun'l l"1'nr'1' .Ur In NXIBORS, l',X'I RIKIIX Sl li Vnlz'w' flu! .Ur fjljvirzg .-lgnin NICXYSONI. IKXY liullrl liz' Tllix rn' villllf NIKIHOI,SON,.j.XNl'1 lCI,I.l'1N If Yun flu' Iiul .4 Ilrrnm OI.lVl'lR, .XNNIIC .IU lhwrlnl OWICNH, NI,XRC..XRli'l All! Sn Puri' l'.XSCIH.Xl., SAN! f:'Zl'IIPl llumv, Your AlIlflIlI'l".Y CNHI-II' I'lC,XKIOCZK. lSl'1Vl'l'Y W I'nl In Ylhlll' ,Hnml Ifm' l.nz'r' I'l-INNINGTON, DOROTHY Take Mr' Out In thc' Ball Came Pl-Il'I'ER, XIYRTIS You Hfllllgllf a Nan' Kind af 1.02111 In Mc l'E'l'IiR5E, NIARG.XRIi'I' LEE You Alzvayx Hur! H16 One' You I.m'z' PHIFER, SHIRLEY Iifauliful Drr'amc'r I'ICZKIiRING. LENA RAE Slrfllrlwr, 7il'H!fI'V mm' Tall l'Il'l'IN, HICLICN lfl'IlH'IllIH'I' l'OOLl-1. I-'RANGES Hallo, llmzvj' PYLE. DALTON SIOVHIY H'!'Il1l1l'T Rl-IENBERG, SYDNEY Dfw' Old PIII REYNOLDS, PAT IIIIIINISII Cannon Ball QP.R.C.j RIPLEY. JAMES Baby '- What You D0 To Me ROSENBAUIST, MARIE Sliglztly Prrfert SANIMONS. BILLY It is lilfttfr Ia Laugh SANDS, ANN Grntlr Maiden SANDS, DAN The' Right Sari of Man ECOGINS, BILLIE QIEAN Um' Alone SCILLL, KENNE'l'I'I TIll'f"I'I' Eiilmr T00 Ivfllillg or T00 0111 SXIIIH, FRANCES ll'hy Did I liifzfr Mft! -S'Il!I.SlIfI1!'? SMITH. R. D. Tflt' Slziek SUNIAU, HXZEI. IJmL't .Szm'c'tl1r'r1rI Mr' SOl"l'HWICLK. BE'l"l'Y S'lIIU!II,l'lfIlI WPENCIE, JEAN All Alam' and I.m1r'ly SIARNES, I'.-XITI. Old Man Siznslzilze Sl ' LI .IVAN'I', HAROLD Snullzefrrz Comfort 'I .XII 'NL I'1I.Il.Xl5l'1'I'H fvlll .-Iln'r:x'x f.IfI!l.XIIIQ' Rnirllmzztv 'I'.X'I'l'NI'. HOSIIQ Nnlmrlv lilzl You VI'.XYI,0R, NI.XRCL,XRli'I' IIUIIIIY' A IIIUHlIl'l'fIl, BIIIII III'1NII'I.Ii'I'0N, ICISIIQ Sugar lilurnv 'I IIOXIXS, NI.XRG.XRIi'I' SIIFIIIHIIIIIII IIIONIPSON, IIUYXIIC II'lIul'.x Thr l',w' uf II'nn4lrfn' 'I'IIONII'SON. H.XI, Aurlmrx fIZl'f'I'QlI IHIIRNIAX, XII-IR'IIl'1 IJIIIISIIIVIII Ifrllr' 'I I'I'SIVUR'I'H, SPIC XR All For You Il 7 RNAGIC, II.XRIl.XR.X ff0Nl'j'.YIll'lfIl' RUM' INIIICRWOOIJ. IXNIHS lfrll Bnllvnl .l4l'0Il.Yf'l'S VAN NESS. C1H.KRI.l-IS lf1'gunr'.' Dull lfurr' IN'.XIlSIVOR'I'H, HOI'I'1 A I'r1'Ilx' Girl ix ljkr' II .Ilrlm WARE, I'1I,Il.XI5Ii'I'II Ilm' Iirighl XIIIII1' WIiI.I,S. .NNN ffznft llrlja l.uz"iu 'I'lml .Ilan IYII.I.I,'XNIH, IIIQ I' I'Y lux! Il l"lu11'r'r lfrnm .411 Ulrl If IYIISON. II.XRIl.XIl.X l'nIil Ihr' Hwll IIIIIIIIQ C.'uln1's IYIVI IIICRS, III'1'I"I'Y .IO I'm filurl I lI'rlil1'rl Fm' You IYUOIJS, NIXRY I,Ul' Alarx' lx .f-I fimml Ulrl Nfllllf' WOOI.I.IiY, NINRY LYNN .4rr'n'l You fllurl IIOIIIVI' I'n11 IYORSIIXNI. VRICIJ I Mm! Lim' Inu :Ir1vll1mQ' II: ICN, .UNIX I.Ii1i jim! A I,illl1' lfnnrl Affwlinlz IVR WRIGHT. CIH.XRI,IiS Siu' 1Ilu.s'f liz' ,Ilinr IQXRISROITCH, ,IDE CARI. l'1'1' liwwl lfrmming ly nuq uri A lung ll l.n1'z', lluln I' Juniors . . In September 1943 the greenest of all green freshman classes launched on its careers in El Dorado high school. Bubba XVo0d was chosen by the 296 greenies to lead them through their first year. Returning in September I9-14 as silly sophomores, the class chose joe Mlilson as prexy. Slightly diminished in number to l89 but definitely not in school spirit seven of the eight cheerleaders are from the junior classg four of six members of girls' basketball team are juniors and several are on the fighting Hlildcat Team. The class is very proud of one VVildcat, james Endel, who made all-state. The juniors have always been outstanding in WVho's Wlho contests. This year they won more offices in the contest than any other class. Thus we have the record of the junior class, but it isn't com- plete for their best year is yet to come. ---M. F. M. Class Officers JIMMY PAT cotnv President LOUIS SANFORD Vice President MARTHA PEPP.-XRD Secretary HARRY CAWTHON Treasurer lim ln lo Ns-ww--...ts Carolyn Mlanis. Alames Oliyer Allen, lhomas Allen. Billy Alley. 2 . J J Y , , A ' 1 . l'l'SUll. Lou .Xrtlen .Xntlreyrs llnnrltl Xlspiligli Nlllllll Xml Billy Bankslon. blames Beartlen. Louise Beasley. Bolrhie .lean Bt iytrl lo l-lltn 'A ' . E I ' Beayerl. lflorenee Bell. Peggy ,lean Blllm. Re- lletea Bly, Agnes Bratlney, .Xnstin Brantley. Peggy- -ICZIII Brasher mnny' Biaslner. Dorothy Bratsas. Palrieia Bratsas. Lanelle Brillhart loin It in Bioyyn Xl ix Bit 1 1 ': ' . 1 mn. Brute Brinnley, -lark Bullock. Hen- lltlll Bing 1 1 fe, Barlrara Burns. lirlwin Burns. Bill Burrow, Henry Paul But ler. R0lbl'l'l Byars. ls 4' L" I: y'- Bill C,alnness. .Xllrerl l.altlyt'ell, Bmltly C lllllIllLI's Hnly C ly llmn. Bill Cauyey, Rithartl Chityyootl. Alimmie Clark. Antlrey' Clever Bnnty if 1 lultrell, Mary Cotkrell. jimmy Pat Coley. Irene Cook. C l . Cooke. liugene Cosper. Dan Crzlyvfortl, M. C. Crittenden. Riehartl ymler. Billy cillllCl'. llliltbllly Cutrer Billy' llayis, Rolrerl llayis. Billy Denham. Marie lJeNoon. .lean Ilepriest. Malcolm llonaltlson, -john I.. llreher. Peggy' Duck. lloylc llmnas, Mellva lhnnas. Ray lillen. Roger lillis. Cherry' Ely, james del. Llaine layans. Martha lelsenlhal. james Fowler. joln ytlen, Myron lfry. Marguerite lfnller. r B. Lznlton l,ee Carrell. Belly Cilrson. Palrieia Ciles. Sherrod Cil ll'IlW2llC'l. .laely Gilmore. Myrtle Ruth Clenn, Rosemary Cooclyvin. Iom Intl Crayes. Leonartl Cieen. William Gresham. -lane Criffith. Carolyn llaile. Bolrlmy Halford. Dorothy Hamhleton, Herlrert ll1Il'llUlll'.AIRIIIICS llartlee. lfaye Harrell, Virginia Harris. Wantla Har N, .lo ll2lSllllgN, Il .R. llaynie, A. B. Hayes. litlwin Heatl. Norma llell Ilotlges, llonaltl Hogg, ylerry' Holmes. Yvonne Holt. Belly' llc lrrrml Mary' lon lngrnn Slnrlene lack 1..t . :.- 4 ll'llY, Kenneth Jewell, Rolmey johnson. JllC'yI'llll, Yera Nelle Hostetler. Betty Howartl. Belly .lean Hula- son, .Xlfretl ylernigan, lfernell Millarll Keelon, Roliert Kelly. Roherl l,ary. Connie Lane. Bolmlmy l.aner. Virginia l,eayitl. Roselyn l.igon. l.aYerne l.imlsey. Betty' loyee l.intlsley. loe l.1lt'l.y. leanne l.uselien. Dorothy Lyle. Patsy' Lynn. Hugh N. MtClatehey'. Bnryl MeClnrg. Katie Mehowell. Ann McHenry'. Mary I,on MieNl'alian. Mekinnie. Mary I-'ranees Mel.emlon, Winston Barliara Matlyay. Katherine Mahan. .Xnn Manaseo. Ceraltl Ma- naseo. Mary' Marlin. Patly l.ou Martin. Betty' Matthews. Dorothy' Mayo. Steye Meggs. .Xrtlmr Millinger. Ernest Mellor. Cnla Beth Mitltlleton. William Miles, 'loimny' Miller. Bohlmy' Mocliselt. Nina Moon. Betlye Moore. julia Morgan, Riehartl Moseley. Paulella New, Haroltl Nix. -loyec Owens. Max Parker. Phyllis Parks. Nancy' Pate, Pat Peaeoek. Martha Pepppard. C. I.. Perkins. George Pirtle. Faye l'0l'lCI'. Benny Ray' l'ost. ylulietl Price. l.ayelle l'mnpln'ey. Nelda Ramiely. Virginia Reeyes. l.ney .hm Ring. Carolyn Rip- ley. jean Ripley. Charles Robertson. Haroltl Rohirtls. jimmy' Rob- ertson. Wamla Robinson, Boly Rogers. Mollie Rogers. Walter Ross. Frank Russell. I.onis Sanford, Roherl Shepperson. Patrieia Short, lanite Sicltlens. Christine Sitlcrs, Roy Sims. Charles Smith, lloyee Smith. Wanda Snodgrass, Flllllls Spawr. Phyllis Strickland. H. E. Smnmers. Doris Arlene Sntton. Margaret Syyalfortl. johnny' Swilley. Barhara 'lo Taylor, Emily' lerry. lean Thompson, Maxine lliornton, Curtis lN'alker ll-llllflllilll, Charlie lliornton, Virginia v Yansielyle. Erma Voss. Bill W'allaee. Wesley' Walton. Lillian YS at- kins, Bernice Weeks. Bohlmy' Walker. .laeqnelinc West. jimmy' White, Halel XvllllZllllS. -loe M'ilson. Forrest Xvlllllllillll. Mai Nong, Marilyn Anne Wootl. Lee C. lwahlen. CLASS OFFICERS and Ted Martin, Vice President. Looking back at the sophomore class retrospectively, some 227 students can be seen making their way up the steps of El Dorado high school. During these two years they have contributed much to the history of this school- They elected all boy class officers both years to lead them. Beginning their high school career, this class struggles right up to the top, leading in several honor roll counts and holding places in various contests and campaigns. A num- ber of these students have filled places in the Wildcat Band and others have won honors in sports. Lunging into their sophomore year, the remaining 230 were a little more experienced and showed a few bruises here and there left by well-er, the freshman year. Events which will always be considered the greatest moments of their lives are the memories of the school dances in the old gym, homecoming, pep meetings during that certain season, holidays and examinations. As they look ahead into a bright new year when they will be treading the halls as juniors, many possibilities can be foreseen for them. M. J. M. Sophomores Reading from left to right - Danny Rmls Student Council Representativeg Horace Xlfindham Secretary Charles Smith, Presidentg Charles Rismf cr Treasurer laines Myles. Billy Ray yclon, Louise .y1lanis. llalinelle .Mlfov Rnlli Marie lormlan. Wendell Launins. liininy Leayill, Yvonne Bolrlmy' .-ylexaniler. llarrylI'anl Mexaniler, Henry' Anthony, Joy l.eBlanc, Mary Lon l.ee. Bolmlry' LeYine, cirimm- Liclclle. Sara ynllronv. llorollry' .ylyrell. Lightfoot, Nellie Mae l.inclsey. Bolylyy l.illle, Mary Dell Little. Geraldine Balmlm, Ralph Bailes, llonalil lra Baker, li. O. Bal- llllilllc IAUIYF4- l4"fl' .l"-- llllllf' .l"Vl' llilll- Ullwl' llimf .lr-V lflllifclllil LCC llilswcv Roland Mixyiloo, liarl Mdlnin. lznnes McGarily, Nancy Me- llillll ll2'll'S- Klllllllll llclllcl' Killll' Mill' Bllllll' llilliv MHC lflufk- Kinlev, Maurice Mcliinnon. llonalcl -Meliniqlil. l'alvsy Riilli ML'- 'ffl' l'1'lll Sm' lillllllys- llffl' llfmlwll- lmll llmwllv Mill'l0"l'3 I'lierson. Gliarles Malone. W. lf. Marion. llorolliy Malrralmle, Mary lllifllllillll- ,link lllilfllill- :l9"l'u'. lllflwli- RW'1'1'51'C'y'C'y- Bllllc .lo lm' Iylarlin, lrnenian Marlin. Pierre Mallreney. Gorllell Malllieyrs, llrnlg1's. Rnlli Brill. yoniie Brill. Bill Brown. 1-.lla Mae Broyyxler. Km- Mcwilly mlm Hiller. Mm-X Sm. Milk.,-Q yum,-t. Mille,-l RHI ,h lfilvcllll' ll"'W"- .lllllmlc ll"l""lCl' .lllllmlc lflls lll"'l-T055 llmllllll Mills, llonalil Moore. l.ayy'renee Y. Morelreall. l'alriL'ia Morgzln. ll""lX1'- ll"l'l"" .l'1"' ll"""5- lim" ll"l""'llV f'i""'ll'l Bllllfl- ylanies Mnrpliree. Belly Murphy, lilla Sue Mnrpliy. Alnne Mnrpliy. Gloria lean Cameron. lerry' ilanaily. Marion Cannon. Birdie Hill' MFCVS' fiillfllll, Palsy Garroll. -linnny Garter. Lou fllll'l'IIIllCl'S. Mary I'1l'2llll'CS Margnerile Nelson, Marilyn Neyyell, .lo .Xnn Neyvsoni, Marie i'ary', Bonnie Ray Gales. Clarolyn ilawley, -loy' Ann C1liealliam.Yi- Ogden. -IZIIIICS Orren. llarolil Oslrorne. .yrnolil Pesses. Belly' l,u yian Kllonil, 'Irayis filJllillS1'l', Ilarleene Cionrer. Mary .ynn Looyer, llllllllilll. Clliarles Porter. Marllia Porter. llayill Poyvlell 'e, oan V y iw , l Q y R . ylaly' Gornxslr, Pal Gosper, Mary .Xlice Clollrell. Bolilry' Coulter. I'oyy'leilge. Billie .lo l'nryeai', Dorothy' l.ee l'yle. l'aye Craig. l'alsy Rnlli Grow. Carolyn fll'llllllJlL'l'. lfreml Culpepper. X C, Rlmmullcr Bt-in Rlmlwllmh Hmm Rymnlg Film, Ryu, Llllllillillc l'lllilli'. U A Cllorine Raylmonrn. 'lirayis Reese. Charles Risinger. Mary Sue Ri- ' -lllllwl ll1""l'lN- ll- llillw- .lilfls yllmkillfl- flfl"'-'li 1'L'lA1"1"- singer. yleneille Ritchie. M'ilna Rolilm. Mary lf. Rolmerson. Billy Rog- lvlf Illllllllll. .Xlene l'.llW2ll'1lf- .lillllcs l'fll"'h- ,lim lxcllll Ml- BC-ul erson, Dorsey l.ee Royrlaml. Mailolyn Rnils, Belly Rnsliinq. Ltllerion. Sylyla layans. Louise lllnrlier. llorolliy l'llll'l'y, Gerallline ' ' ' ' I-Ulll, Myrlle lfosler. li. lfranlylin, llllll lfnllon. George Sample. lililreml Sanders, Mary .lo Seale. .ynn Sessonys. l. V '. ' x , , , ' , . , ,' . ', . ' N , . x ' 'I Palsy' Garrell. Billy Roy Gillmerl. yy'in4lsor Giles. Ruth Gillen- lfllll .Uni Mlllll' lluml Sllflllxlqlllll' kfllllllll sllllllldlfl' -lm Nhll I .. . V , 1 , .H , . 1 Slyney, Billy Snnnions. Peggy Siyils, Lliarles yy. Snnlli, Donald yyillel, Bolmliy Gilliam, lmlyey Goode. Maillra Gooclniglrl, Lliailes , . - A- , . P , . , V. J . . N. 1 , V, .. . A 4. .4 Snnlli, Wlilllllll Slllllll, Roilney lllolwlryj Blllllll. Peggy Sl1lIlSlDlll'y. Gooilyyin, Maxine Gooclyyin. Sue Goollyyrn, yyilliam Goomlyyin. ll.n- YH Miller Ummm glmylul I H U H ny- gl Im ,twill -Y Q S H, olal Gola. li. lfreilily Gralianr, ylnanila Graves. CZ. B. Green, W. l., Mm icfwcll Swlllmli ' ' AN l ' ul l ll l' ' 'mu 'll '- Green, R. Greer, lll'lly l.ou Gregory, .Xnnie lane Greenlee. -lack ' ' ' ' ' ' Llllillll' .l"4"' Gllllvllll- .ll"l"'5 Glllilillllv llclll Sm' ci""V'5- Billy' laryer, Klliarles llionyas. Gorilon llronias. limlyyarnl -lanlyie Dean llaire, blames Hain. lfay llalner, Carl Hamilton. ,lllmlllll llillllllllulsflll- l':'ill'f5l'l'lC llilllllfllxlll- Hfllllfl lillllxlf- flll'35ll"' Xlltll'l'V HZIIIIIIICII. .loe llznnnlonrl. George Harmon. llorinmla Har- llllilml' .l0ll'l ll4"l'l'lV' lllllll' .lilflx lll"'l'3'i- lull' lzllmlfl lllllllllll' klllllmlll llllllilils' lilllgqllll llzlwlcl' Milla' lllll' lfloyil Yarnell. Doris Vinson. Sliepparil Yoss. Ramona Wamlille. ooil, lames Ilenllnee. lanl l"lL'll4lllX. llllllllll' lane Holley, lllllllllll . , ,' ,I , .I . H , A . H. Hull -'mlm llmwulm xwlcm' Hum Gmulld Hmm. mm HHH.. Billy Ial yyalilen. Doris yyallis. llelrell xllllli Belly .lo yygnlorml, ' -' ' ' ' ' ' ' l'alriria M'arren, Belly M1-lwlm, Margie l.ee Weleli. Olela XNCRI. Mar- milll' jorie yy'liiIe. Dickey Wiley. George Willell, Geralcl yYillian1s. llor- lolinelle laikson, Billy Bolm IZIIIIUS. Benjamin lanies. Mary llell are Winilliam, loan Winglielcl. Dan Winn. llonalll Wooel, Norma laines. .llllllfi-ll'lllslllS. Claris ylolinson. I.oirise ylolinson. Roy' iylolyn- M'ooil. llillClllIlilv0lNl, Belly .lolin yyoolley. Carl Wray. Dorothy son, lillis .lean ylolly. Billie .lean -lones. Cecil -lones, llayiml Alones. Ray' Wright. Bolmlmy -lean Yarlrrongli. N. B. Yarlxrougli. Freshmen . . O '1'l1e freshman class ol 19-E5-46 entered El Dorado high school on September ll. It may have been green but it Certainly YVZISUQI dunrb. It took the freshmen only a short while to get orientated both to the building and to the studies. The freslnnan class has led the honor roll every six weeks since the beginning ol school. The class gave an assembly prograrn on March 26, in which lreslunen showed their varied talents. Projects made by the freshinen Civics classes. in connection with Career Day. to illustrate the different occupations helped to incite l'reslnnen's interest in Career Day. Latin I classes made posters for Latin XVeek to show the relae tionship between Latin and English. This year's freshman class has started Olll on the right path and intends to stay there. B. B. Class Officers Reading from left to right - Dorothy Spooner, President: Robert Cabaniss. Vice President: Bonnie Sue justiss. Secretary- Treztsurerg joe Nlook, Student Council Representative was not in school when the picture was taken. Ile lllllllllly lean Xllilllli. Bill Xlllox. Billie .Xll'ol'll. earl ,XllllL'l'SUIl. llly ,kIllll'l'sUIl. linnny .klllllCNN. 'lroy ,kl'lllUl'. YL'llll1l Xrnolll. Bolllmy' .Xskeyy. Belly' lean Bailey. Bolmlly ll4lIllxNllDll. xl2lllCl ls2ll'lHll'L'l'. Billie Sue HZIITY. lillllie Ball-s, llelen yloyel- lllllllllllll, Nlarion Billingsley. Bar- lP'll"I Bisllop lflline Blnnl l'ilL'lllllL' Ray Bly, Bolllly lliblllllllillll. George Fllllllxllll ll4llllHl9. xlllly .Xnn lll'1lllll0l'li. Nlilflllil Brallley. cilClll'2! Braleal, NClll'1l Braleal. f.ll1ll'lL'S llf: la Brelonne. NV. 'l'. nl'1'ly'Sll'l'. vlllllllllll' HHJWII. fillilIlL'Ill' lllll'lllllC. -lack Burns. fll1lll1lC Bllssl-y', llellwerl Bnssey, sllllllk' l.on Byars. .loyle Byrll. Bolllly' By l0ll. Xla Rim Rolleil llallaniss, Rollerl llarrayray. I'alril'ia .Xnne f.1ll'l'Ull. ry' .ynn flkllvlll. l'illly'ilI'il Kiaryer. lillon Clary. DCllllill' Lassilly. 'll2Il'll filllllllylllx. lake ClL'lllCIllS. Belly Llipparll. lillyy'arll Kllonll. flllillill'S Klollln. G. YY. Cook. I'alsy Rlllll Look, Alinllny fl0lJCl2lllll, Bnlllly' fllllli, l'l-ggy .lean Gulp. xlllllllll Cfnlpelmper. flilllblyll llayis. Kalie Sne llL'2ll'lllilIl. l.anra I,ee DCllll1ll1l. Trn- ' m ' --1 nn Dopson. Billy DIIIIHIS. lo ,xllll DIIIIIZIS. lally lllllll IIIXUII, l'leg.,y ,X A 1 Slll' Dlllllili. Belly .lean l'illll0l'l'. B. lfiek, xvllylllllll l:l'CClll1lll. llllly llllltl 1 4 lfranles f:1IlIl'll. fill1ll'll'9 Gllolslon. 'lonnny fi0l'llUIl. lllllllllll' Gola, lllllllllly Gofa. Beyerly Grayes. Wayne Green, Silllllllllf jo Glesllanl, Billy fsllillllgllll. l,1lll'll'lll llalilmnrlon. Carolyn Hall. l'lllC'l'X llanl. vlillK'lNl4lll' llanl. Boll H2lllllJl4Tll7ll. Dona Halnlmlelon. ll'L'lll'lll1llllIllllllN. Belly Sue lllllllllllill. l"l'ligllS0ll Hansen. llorollly lL'1lll llarlionr. llllllllll' llarrell. Bolllly Harris, George llalfll. GCI'- alll llll' lleacl, lilllllllll' llL'l'l'lllg. l'al lllflilllilll ,fll2lllUI'llC Hicks. .lo .kllll llilks, l.ollie lo Higgins. Nlary lilizallelll lliglilolrer, Glela I'aye llill, CllIllll'llllC llolloyray, XY. S. Holl. Ray' Hooper. Mary llllen lllbllibll. Iloris lllllll, llUl'UlllN Hunt, l,Ull1llllll' Hurley. Rex lln IST. .Illllll 1Iill'UllS. ylelnly' Leylis -Ianles. Glylle XYllll1lllIS jenkins. l.a Yanee yleler. .lllllll A. .l0llllS0ll. joe -johnson. llClly Sne jones, Carl jones. Ciarlys jones. Frank -lones. Roy johnson. Bonnie Sue ylllsliss. xllllllllldl l'll'1lIlK'L'S Keating. lilizalmelll Ann Kellogg. Peggy' KlllIlC- lnan. S2llllllly' Klllilfil. Palsy' Kirklanll. f.ll2ll'lCS Kirksley. Peggy .loyl-e Klllglll. yloe l.al'el'ielll. Gall Lailllayr, Lee Layrler. LLIYCIAII Lewis. Sexlon l.eyvis, Il. 'l'. Long, Barney l.oye. Bnlllly Lyllarger. lflovll fylcx-Xlloo, Cillfllllll Blfflilllll. l.ynlla Bll'fllllSll0Il. Bollllie Nlelianiel. ylnne Ml-Garily'. Marion Nlckilley. Bnlllly Nlfxlllllllll. .IRIIIICS Ble- xvllllllllli Bennie .lean Nlanor. Faye xlilfllll. xl2llllil1.C Nl91lKl0WS, Nlarianne Nleinerl. l.ois .Xnn Mellor. llll0lIl1lS xllllilllllll. l.eo Nloix. joe Hook. N0l'lll1lll Nloore. Billy Wayne Mullen. Kalllerine xlllf- l7lll'CC. l'al Nlllrplly. Nl1ll'Slllll Nlnrpliy. Nlorgan Nlllrplly, Billy Rnlll Nlln'l'ay'. lllellla Grace Nlnrray. Doris .lean Nelson. Dlillillll NCXYIIIZIII. .Ioy Nichols. .lesse Null. lill Oller. Marllia Ogleslly. lilnily Rlllll Orr. ylenelle Orr. Maxine fJYCl'Sll'CCl.AI1llllCS Pallerson. l'2lISy l'allerson. Norma .lean l'l'llKllC- loll. Barnes lliflllllllglllll. XV. W. Perkins. llilfllllllll Phillips. .lack I'inkelt, Nancy' Pickering. Gary Porter. Celia Poyrlellge. Bnlllly Pyle, Evelyn Rallorn. Charles Rllglilllll. l'alril'ia Reill. lJ2lYltl Rey'- nollls, .Xliee Rodgers. Belly Rogers. Faye Rush. Ray Sanders, Mary' A. Seoll, George Slllllll. .Xnn Seale. Rolierl SlIlll'lilff0l'll, Ray' Shu'- gllll. Donald Sflllllll. Roselnary SlIlllJSOll. lgL'lly Slilllll-1"lllCI'. Rolmerl Slllllll, Sybil Slllllll. llorolllyl Spooner, ylilnlny Slilldill. HClCll Stephens. Beverly' ,loyee 'l'aylol', Kennelll laylor. Opal Faye 'l'e4lgm.. Hazel vl'll0lllI7S0ll. cfll1ll'll0 rl-llUl'lll0ll, .lo Iillen vl'll1lS. l.eslel' 'l'0. lanll. .xlllllllllll 'l'ollison. George ll'l'llll. Nlzlyllell llillCliCl', lovec Warren, liarl xv2lllxlllS, jerry Watkins. ljlN'lglll Weeks, lira Xkellll, Ennnogene Wllilley. Bill xvllllilllli 'lnne Williams, Slllllll lvllllillll- son, Roland yVilson, Rolierl George NYolfe, cill1ll'lUIlC xYU0ll,'jlllIlIlilj Wood, NOIAIIIZI -lean Woolls, Dickie Wright. Roselyn Zinn. X Betty' I,n zinml Denny. NVCII, well, if it's not .loan und Henry. Shorty' and hir: followers. Arc wc going to school. II. I-1. uncl Patty Mac. i H'ulle1'. Alcnc. M. KZ. nnml Palsy clizll lmcfoic the hell ri: Wzncli close now, Blackie nncl jznncs. I Do l sec clonlmlc? No. il's thc BTZIKSQIS twins, lJon'l they look swccl? Sonic more doubles the Cola wins. Where :lid the cigar come from. lfreclily? We are so Imppy. ll2lll0Il and Roy ,Xllon just love to get their picture mai le WABIA ' x D f if Q5 yu J 1 'T fA-- "1 2? X J '0"'!k,. ' V - 5 if ' A N , ' If Fligfr HQ' QE Wx Nr- Q 7 aj - gwf A- "'VV""""f A Y- ff' fi XV U gf f ' A f , f V X' NN , 1' 'gb in Ly Q :J Hg 0 - " I 3 1 -A ZF' Y: X ' x. :fi ' f , A Mj,JJ.r ' fl: i 4 3"" ' K Qyffg SUPERINTENDENT G. A. STUBBLEFIELD To all of those who have had a part in producing the lilllli annual I offer my sincerest congratulations. Your decision to publish this hook of mem- ories has been a wise one. To some ol' you who will he graduated from high school this year and to others who may transfer to other schools or drop out ol' school to enter em- ploytnent, this hook may prove to he the only link you will have in a chain of memories of your experiences in this school. To others who will continue their education in El Dorado high school, the IVILDCAT should serve as a challenge and as an inspiration to make this school, your school, second to none. To all of us, students, faculty members, and interested patrons, this annual should be a mile post pointing the way to greater and greater achieve- ment from year to year. fit A. STUBBLEFIELD PQINCIPAL HOXVARD M. ELDER Congratulations to the animal stall, the sponsor, and the entire Class on this: excellent year hook. Il is a Credit to the whole school. The annual means much to you now because ol' the hours ol' work which you have spent upon it. ll will mean even more to iou as the years roll on because of the many happy memories in will recall. El Dorado high school appreciates the service to the school which you rendered by proclufing THE IVILDCAT of l94l5-46- H0ll',-HKD Ill. l'fl.DIiR FACULTY .E NIH, I.11I11 CIIZIIII - Home I-I1'1111o111i1's - II1111Li11g NI1: HCllI'N' Hogg - Yclc1':111s' .X1I111i11isl1'111i1111 NIV. C1I1111'Ics 5113111 - EIL'IIlCllI2ll'f S11pc1'1is111 l'S.XI.NI OF ,X CIHliNIIS'I'RY SI'l'l3IiN'l' Nliww Cox is 1111 lc:11'I1c1' If excl' 11111'1'1' IIIIIIQVIN IIISI go 111 Nha. I,11I:1 f1l'2lIIl :1111I 111111 in flllll' I sI1'1II 11111 rms , . , Shctlmdmhl Im, IU upmc mx ignmumu. 11r1Ic1'. Of 1'u111'sc 11111 fIll'IllSIl the IllgI'ClIlCllIS - she cooks 11, Iicfurc thc 1'Iz1ss 5111: IIILIIXCIII me write c1111111i1111s 1111 1111- Img ' i .X 8111111 11111I ll Hogg. .X plan 1111 IILIIIICS 1'1111I1l 1'e1'l:1i11l1 he IIIZILIC 111 ' FUI' Ill! QHIKICS SQIIKC here IJIII 1I1111 is poor j11111'1111lis111. 1111. 1l11111gl1 I study 1111liI 111i1I11igl11 I 1111111111 11111IC1'sl11111I 1'I1c111isl1'1 I'lI7l' 0111111110115 11111I fUl'lllllIllS sI1z1lI 11'1111ImIc IIIL' - . Shu p1'cpz11'clI1 lessons fm' 1110 I11 lI1c I7I'CSL'Ill'L' of 111i11c 1'111'111i1'w: She gix c1I1 1111r ll low gl'll1IC NI1' 11'111'k 1'111111c1I1 11111Ic1' RIN. NIill1'1' 11111I Nlrs, I-Ilkins I111111II1- II11' l111si111'se 11l'Ii11c. YI-IICN luke S1111-lx' Us z1111I GUN sI111ll follms 1111- . . . . . Xu Ihr dllw Ui. lm lm, Nlllll' 11111111'1 11111I gnc 11111 ll 1'1'1c1p1 - lm' ice 1'11111's1'm ol 1'1m111'sc. .XIIII I wllzlll 1I1x1'II 'Ill thc Imook 11I'1'I11'111iNl1'1 Im'1'11'1, NIH-. NI111'iz111 Klux - f.IlL'lllIiII'X, I'I1xsi1's. fIL'Ill'I'2lI 51101119 Mls. XI:1111i1- lillxins - S1'11'1'1111'1 I111' SlllJl'lkIllll'll1IL'lll xIIS.tl1lC NIiII1'1' - 131151111-ss OfI'i1'1' 4. Nlatrgit' Spcci' - .ltlvticlatntc ufl'it'ct' Nliss liilccn lYcsl - Home l-1ummnic's - Sewing Nils. litlwztrtl C. Book v .'xllCllll1llll'l' officer "Your vxtttst' plcztscf' Nils. SIJCCI' tznncs thc tzn'tlit's :intl alpha- Fttlkcrstm. Miss Smith :intl NIV. Bunk sccm so ftmnztl. Tltcst' three lrtlil tht .ihstntus in the llttntlt W " 'i ' UWC "H'fC- nntkc thc stztgc zippcztmiiu-s interesting with thc hzmtl. tlrztmzttirs ,. . . . . . :mtl ntixccl t-litmus. Whats l't'vnth svznnr Xsk any tIlll'Sll0llS illlhlll swung that nlt- you :incl Miss XVcst will ilu hcr lwst tu zinsucl' them. Do inn want to hc at slcllogiztpltcl? Consult Mrs. Culp and ang nilh Xll'i.SlK'l'l' in getting tht' zthscntccs lixctl up is Nlrs. Bunk. . Q 1 Xllss C.zn'snn - they will tczicli ton tu take slttwtliztntl :incl to type Buss, lic-nc flvnc :tml lifl - KU' tlnn't tall thvm that hut Nh: till in tcn canst' lessons. Xlr, Iunmltl l'4lIllxt'ISUll - Iixmtl Xliss 'Iictnpic liaison - Slitwtlizttitl. 'lixping Xlis- Hunt' lwnc Smith - SI7l'l'lll. lll'2lllllllll'i Xlls. lll'0lYll C'nlp - Sllllflllilllll. lltmokkwpiltg. ltping Nil. litlixztnl C. litmk - fllltll'llS Miss Pauline Nelson A English l Nlrs. jewel Anthony - .Xlgelmu English Nliss .Xnnie Lee Moore - English lll Mr. Otto Nlzithis - Plame Geometry Nlrs. Helen Smith - English l. lll. Ciixits Nlrs. Xewkie llit'Lei'stufl' - .Xlgelnzi Nlisrz Nlziry Reinliztrtlt - English IX' Nliss Rowena l'1isthzil - .Xleglmrzi ll, 'liig Hrs. lfrznnk lenkins - lournzilisni Nlrs. linnnie 'Rogers - llnglish l, ll nl will he in the illLll0llllX if it isnt ' a 'V .' ulrez L' linglish tezifliers haue been telling us. uh. lh.its uh.ll it stltuirc ol' one leg of the - - - . oh. Wlllll :nn I saying? ie llllllll Iezirliers ull tllsl Sflllllllll exes upon those who tlltlllll lin "the lesson for lo tlzn. urn the trzules that help mn to :mike at hung lioin Xli C ll roll, nootluorlt instructor' :intl Nlr. Nlt-Kinnon, to-opemtixe tmining teziclier. lheir ol'l'it'es are l0C'1llCll just now in the .junior College huiltling. hut it's hzirtl to keep up with them the wary thex IIIUXC' znonml. Bugs. worms. slizilxes. ugh! .Xll these grnesolnc' llllllllklli n'ei'e Slllll- ietl ln' lmiologx' stutlelits ulitlei' the lINlllll'llllll ol' Nlrs. -Innes. 1 ,I XI1, f.orlnn Nltliinnon - Yofzltiuligil stlltlx Xlls. llorotliy .lones - Biology NI12 Hnl JOVL Clznioll - Wootlnork Xliss lillim' Illllllll - l,ihl:1li4lu Nlrw. Ruth llcmxcx - XlllL'l'il'1lll Govcrnnlcnl. xlllL'I'iL'1lll llisla Xllx. Iivllliu' Wann' - 4.uiml:lm'c cmlnscllm Clmnlncrrizll .xl'I. lkwlxolugy XYLIIC' zuul Xliv lnlum uill lcslifx ln lhix. ual nlu'l'n'11mI ulmlk uhm? Du Xlbll rvullx uzlnl In know? l'I11-ll XYIIUII' 1.m I fiml 'I'm1-xl-I Xulln-l"?" Nul in llnix Iilmuw! Mrs. w. Virginia Charles 5 Civics. Latin 's. Xlurinn XS'1'ighl - World Hislurx Cmml cw: MI- Xlls. lircxulcr, Spanish lL'1l1'llL'l' :xml Nlixs xslllflli ul ilu l,.lI1ll Il 1IL'll1ll'llllL'Ill zur' lll'k'NL'lllCtI llvu-. Hlxk VW Uf""'l'x- VHA MVN?-lh' UW' MVN- 4 'H'1"1'S ' NNW k"'m- XYUII. xuu Imxu zllrvzulx lmcgml zllmmll lhvsn' unglclmns lwimc, llu-x lvzuh hiwlurx :md cixiu. Xliv. I.ix14I:l XYUll'IlIIll"f f llzlliu. f.UIllllll'l'iiLlI mul ifuufll fQllX B. Hans - lims' l'I1ysic':1l Etllllllliilll Phwizznl I-L-ngxuplxx Kiuurlx Ilcncy lllznckwuml - Boys' I'lnsic:ll Ellllflllillll Xllw. lilal BICHNIUI - Spzmixlx Nlisra -In Nl1'CQlz1ll1crx - Girls l'hysic'11I lilllllllliilll f,0.llIl Ruin-rl Smith A Gcncl'ul Scicllu' Nlr. .L Rulminsull - .xlIlCl'il'2llI Hislnrx l. Hotlist' and mlziuglitci. 2. 'l'l1c ctlitor tzikcs at rest. Fi. A nice pair. Vl. .X gay group of girls. :w. just our gang. li. H'l1cl'c to next. girls? T. lhc Ilucc muskclccrs - Woollci. Craig and Clomlniglit. 8. .Xllcy and Davis. h 'I hc home ccouomits Ill girls :irc just finishing painting. Hello. Nlr. Book. just old Imutltlics. l.ct's have an picnic. Fricmls. lbmfl we have fun? Billy and his girl fricuml. Hops. .Xiulrcyp jmly and Marky Play Guess who has lnccn to gym? luke llxc mlm lrmllc Inu-lx. ,Iulnmiu 8. Mrs. XN'zu'c l'CSlS ZlflCl' 1 lrml mlufs wm lllllllllgllll rclzlxcs. U. Plcasc clon'l choke him. lhxllsns. Smm- fine lumps. IU. Peggy ll-msllcr poses. Sllc plays lllc piano well. ll. Palsy :mul Marx FIARIIICCN .X flow-up of llillx Rmk lmrnim. I2. Belly .Xl Hzllnillon. fQl'K'i'llIlf.fS. I':llIy Suv. lil. Wc'rctlu'ougl1. "Xu ulml uruplcf' says l'cu WL-c, ll. Well, wlml ncxl l.:nu'? 'harles Lehigh 8: Co. lall'Chadwell Funeral Home eorge Morgan Pontiac Co. xchange Bank tk Trust Co. lectric Bottling Works I Dorado Laundry X Dry Cleaners Ir. James P. Harper Vest Side Pharmacy xchange Drug Company agan Electric Company Vheeler's Esso Service 'he Big Grocery Landolph Sporting Goods Co. 6 Taxi tar Clothing House Iolouial Bakery Z. C. Burns Dairy Irs. Sheppard and Sheppard slr. and Mrs. D. O. Heard lev. and Mrs. Paul Abbott vlr. and Mrs. Bert Adams kdams Florist vir. and Mrs. Harry M. Bledsoe kndress Food Palace Sh. and Mrs. J. B. Miller Nlr. and Mrs. E. L. Andress Vlr. and Mrs. Roland Giles Nlr and Mrs. VV. K. Andress ibackleford tb Pittman 3reen's Business School Griffin Pharmacy kndress Oil Ik Gas Service Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jelks Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Ray Owen Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Brinkley Reenberg Store McWilliams Hardware at Furniture Co. The Hub Andrews Ready-to-Wear Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Windham El Dorado Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. SV:-tdsworth Mrs. L. C. lwahlen Mr. Mr. Art Mr. Rev. BOOSTERS and Mrs. E. B. Garrett Q and Mrs. F. Adcox Mode Beauty Salon and Mrs. Lynne Goodwill and Mrs. David Shepperson Mr. and Mrs. Mark Breimo Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Colquette Mr. and Mrs .Harvey B. Scogins Rev. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Moseley and Mrs. R. R. Brown and Mrs. T. W. Cargile Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheney Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hammond and Mrs. Leo Scull Walton Flower tk Gift Shop Mr. Mr. M iss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. M rs. Miss J. A Mr. and Mrs. Harold lV00d and Mrs. T. F. Davis 'K Mary Gilliam Hazel Irby W. E. McRae Bess Hopson Lottie Van Hook Grant Good Edah Mauldin L. H. Norman Lucille Slater Juanita Beebe Nellie Joe Robertson Anna Spears Gertrude Baker Verta l'. lvoolley Charles, Margaret, Reid Mae Pickering Nola Ellis nthony and G. Swatzell and Mrs. A. L. Anthony Janice and Murph Scotty and Carolyn Braduey, Taylor, DeI'riest Mrs. Mr. Mrs. J. S. Beebe YV. E. Hickman J. C. Thompson Ira Lee Morgan M rs. Pea rl Parker V , . I I. '.'44f:..T sm. J. A. west Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McQttade Mr. Wallace Luttrell ' Hope and Bill ' ' I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mullen Mr. and Mrs. Sam Martin Rucks, Swell. Lofton, Warren Goodwin and Burgess Mr. Shelton Goodwin, Sr. Robert Rochmill Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Bell Mr. W. H. Jameson Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Buck Mrs. Lucy Ring Mr. and Mrs. Roy Giles Hicks and Justiss Co. Cutrer and Justiss, Inc. Cockrell and Cutrer Smith and Gilliam Newell and Puryear Mr. Charles P. Coulter Bobby Coulter John Hanna Andrews and Griffith Home Room 203 Home Room l02 Dorinda, Mary Dell Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hancock Elza and Heard Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Beauchamp sn. j. A. west West Brothers Charlie Cash Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Norman Terry Rev. and Mrs. Wesley J. Kuhn Dr. and Mrs. Berry Moore Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bodenhamer Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Babb Mr. and Mrs. William Turuage Brasher, Laidlaw, Curry, Turnage Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Robirds Mr. and Mrs. NV. H. Reeves We Wish to Thank the Business Firms who have made possible this Publication of THE WILDCAT COMPLIMENTS UF ,,, 2 -' LION N PEYRDLEUM l mo on comm TY T. H. 'BAR'1'0N. PRESIDENT e -e uae, Many of you I have known and loved personally through happy hours spent in school work. There are a few of you, how- ever, that I have never had the opportunity of knowing intimately. Now, at one of the happiest and most thrilling moments of your lives, I want to wish you all the success and happiness that Life can give. Always keep faith in Life. Learn to meet the obstacles placed in your way with a will to win and a strong determination to over- come them with your talents, courage, and youthful ambitions. Remember that wherever you are and whatever you may be doing, my thoughts and prayers for your happiness and success will be with you constantly. No matter what your problems may be, I will always be willing to help you in any way that I can. Keep as your motto "Excelsior," even higher, and great achievements will surely be yours. Your friend, Ma Rath Qeeaei Q: nw- ' .." NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE B. W. Reeves K Co. DEPARTMENT STORE Established 1879 EL Domno, AnxANsAs DODGE PLYMOUTH Heard Motor Company 425 NoRTHwEs'1' AVENUE DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS LOMPLINIEBI OI Sl-HQEVEPOIQT ENGIQAVING COMPANY EI. DCDRADO I-IGUSE QUALITY CENTER 1 EX I XIX S1REET George Morgan Pontiac Co PONTIAC AND CADILLAC CARS G. M. C. TRUCKS 211 EAST ELM STREET TELEPHONE 149 EL DORADO'S LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS SIMS STUDIO WE ARE HAPPY TO BE THE PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE FIRST WILDCAT CONGRATULATIONS! TO THE SENIOR CLASS OI" I9-I6 FOR REVIVING THE EHS A N N U A 1. FOR EACH OF YOU WE COVET GENUINE HAPPINESS -- THE ONLY TRUE SUCCESS THE J. F. SAMPLE COMPANY ESTABLISHED IN 1899 NOW 01'ERA'l'lNC THREE LOCAL STORES THE Samplea. my HOME OF GOOD FOOD HOLLYWOOD GRILL ONTHESQUARE "WE NEVER CLOSE" THIS BOOK PRODUCED IN THE PLANT OF TONEY PRINTING dc STATIONERY C0 EXCHANGE BUILDING EL DORADO, ARKANSAS T. P. Mark Company LINCOLN FORD MERCURY FORD - FERGUSON TRACTORS AND IMPLEMENTS EL DORADO, ARKANSAS -2- PHONE 2100 "Bib" Menea G 0 1. F P R 0 El. DORADO GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB "II ff Afflkf' Your Hmm' Mori' l.izfal1Ie" E. B. GARRETT COMPANY FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES UNITED CREDIT Jewelers 202 South IVashington -:- Phone SEE YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER FOR ALL TRANSPORTATION NEEDS , :QQ Q 1- ,-:-' ll 1 ir:-' ll' . ,,Q-A--:aa-rf:'1555""'Ei? .I rf. J -1,-'l'.llll, 1Q'Q ' I-n 4 , if -iff'-' 21.1 f A Pvfmwee'F5'v":''Exilim' ...a1l'1'ii'u . -I , ,iinl5""50'9?32:'.g1i "l3lgL.,,i.:.a-'--" ' 'mu '-'--QL! 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