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

 - Class of 1955

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' . ., '!.r ,. --gl 51 --.Zip A 5. H '- ---- A'-f-." ' : ':' -qu:--gg! -' . ' 'IE-I: 5 535: 'z JI 'N 1?-'.,.','f 'UWC , -'A ' , : ' -I-, ' I f I .NV -4..A . - l 3 . 5 fl: 2. 3 ' . 3 fphzf I ,I I 'SPL :' "Y LJ: 75173 L1:,:!-.Q-1 PSU ' ' ,IELEIQLT 7:1 'irff'---i':::::l? Qigfgzz- -,I if - . . -I . . .:,-' ---. 2 .. .. , A 3-1:14. '? hrgsit?-'m1.t5g,.,p,,: g,,,,L-' .: '-'1i-2a:Eai"i5i?i- 'L - f ' 1-qu J! il!-all-15' .3.'.r:1 11:17:11 .--, .1-:.:s ,lg-.U ..:: '. :z tzvri- IT..-?..1':: ,f,,,gf1,':.:1:43: nn.. qu..If-' 1 11,401.12 2 '-:'?u4'2!'2f '1ESEiE553T' . 1 -qi! -5,D,:r5.""g: 1:22:41----"-"7L:'?ji4fF7 . K-S' ' 'f' lm... rm-.v gg,-54112241 N 7..2f1!fi:2 .lu pc n all . an Q. 'f"' 4 u " flu ff We Planned We Worked . . . . ,-'dv' 1-1----f Twirped -4-.,-Mk fi hi -P+'-1 B,:,..-- Y -',' yn N BAK 'fxrgp lqq. We learn As Well as I-'rom Activities I-'rom Books Second Semester Steering Committee posed WeAte..., We Played xxx 'F' A JY nfl no-ne' 0,9109 fmmame 414. I LE G9 VICTURY Jim aflwuvb fi-goat pfoucszd, A,eQ0o1,5L,ff1L . ll Hia""9hte -.x. L if is A -gg , N"'X J!lL JYY'f"0L'L0' Nfik X2 !:'?'3ri- 4 4 X 2 1 2 r' ' 1 'v 9.5.9 1 E .fl Aml Truly At Christmas Gave Christmas is always exciting but it was especially so in high school this year - the Whole school had a holiday air! The solid geometry classes converted the library win dows to stained cathedral glass, the art de partment decoiated the lunchroom the A Cappella Choir gave a concert, the council put up a big Christmas tree in the main hall dra matics presented the Christmas play, every body came to school early one morning for a program of carols and we climaxed it all with gifts for the needy - 'twhen you give of yourself, you truly give". Q . 1 . 5 J, I ' .I , . giviv g 1 Alix? .1 xi f -4 7 A K 2 7 A , - Y- f' n 4 xl l Y 1 ORGANIZATION -Q rf X K , L A b , N V , Q-AQ :Q-W +V' In 1905 literary societies and music clubs flour 1shed and later sororities and fraternities came on to the scene Through the years the literary so cietles have been replaced by Thespians and by the Library Club the band has been substituted for the old fashioned music clubs and secret organi zations are frowned upon in high schools. Then, as now, organizations offered the experience of group relations and the art of getting along with fellow classmates. The Student Council .5 ugh! 1 t 1' ,a gn, si- -1 f-- .rw ,, e ,f vice 5399- dB bg.. X., Made agen shade vonde - 1 sur et' 590950 e mea Cow xh Dow 1:19639 MSW Band- Miss iaiil 1 . depi 8 5gCfe pi esx wil . 39 ' 9- Cfzgladethgx meexm E01 a co 3ofg6S'X Legky ' B .n ghe xhe xesmen X10 heat gash Beslan 10 90 9361 are ' uw' wtf' 1 in icirtyyext ei 1 Ove ,ga 6855192111 it 5 1841 C U9 '18 su 1109 an I 5 5 . e N to 8931-1251 on P0971 .... - ,X .if--eP'f A Members of the student council are elected through homerooms and serve as the governing body of the school. Suggestions on student policy come from the council as well as financial aid for student projects. Sponsored by Miss Marian Cox, the council put over the magazine drive and the sale of score cards as the chief source of revenue. Redecoration of the recreation room was the main project of the year. Mr. Presideni. ready to preside Meets 011 Monday Council members rise above anv dif ficulty that presents itself, here they pause on their way to the chemistry lab for a regular meeting George Barns makes a magazine sale to Mr. Elder . . . towels fur nished to the gym students bv the council are taken by the football managers to the gym to be laundered in No vember John Henry Moore Maiv Ruth DOb16 Shade Rushing and Paul Leckv along with Miss Cox went to Jackson Miss for the conference of the Southern Association. Service Club Hg-0,5 Bui ll School Spirit N, ' "l . . 4 S" 42 P' . 5 -'iv l 1: ' I ll Bi. to 1 i otball banqll rpnagilsaa groeat football b93505- The banquet was held thxs Yea! at ihe Joy-Ann restaurant. --11 Cato n Vance 15 pxctured to the left sellmg Mrs Clark Buchner a cake nn connectzon wah the cake sale the servxce club sponsored to ruse money for the football banquet Above are members of the Servxce Club Affxhated wtth the student councfl this club IS a group of gxrls that sells score cards at football games and sponsor the football banquet Thxs year the actxvltxes were numerous and included the bake sale and the sale of car tags which enabled the club to have the banquet at the Joy Ann Momlay Mglrt - - Uma orxlfey Cub Key men in the Key Club: Charlie Nolan, president, Ronald Anderson, vice-president, David Mook, secre- tary, Jim Hearin, treasurer. is S Besides raising the flag and polishing trophies, the club serves the school by purchasing a gift as their annual project. In the past they have contributed library books, magazine covers, a water fountain, flags for the flag pole, and are this year building book shelves for the guidance depart- ment. These are the boys that make up the club: George Barnes, Mr. LeRoy Pen- nington, faculty advisorg Charles Couch, Charlie Nolan, Beryl An- thony, David Mook, Larry Kinard, Larkus Pesnell, Sharon Taylor, Otis McCrosky, E. J. Tracy, Bill Camp- bell, Dickie Dickson, Ralph McLean, Ronald Anderson, Jimmy Weedman, Mike Sinnott, Bill Nolan, John Hen- ry Moore, Jody Mahony, Tom Mc- Crae, Mike Carney, Ralph Wilson, Paul Lecky, Bobby Phelps, and Dickie Mays. Members not present are Bill Toney, Jim Hearin, Richard Hoover, Joe Ross, and Rudy DuVa1l. . --ar L NH Is Always 0n Call ' W. 25.-4 " . .Ee -ol., - . V -nf ,-' h . i- Qty.-r'cA+.'4' 0 Q A W I R - . I' dt' ' ' ' af-A:-A . ' Q - N.. if ..- an -- BL 1. NHS members are selected twice a year by faculty nomination on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character and service. Posed above are this year's members - S. Rushing, B. Thompson, V. Tol- bert, N. Heard, J. Andrews. C. Weedman, C. Jones. A. Hall, C. Harris, E. Owen, M. Jacobs, C. Moore, S. Spooner, C. Colvin, G. Zinn, R. Wilson, T. Diffie, M. R. Dobie, M. Carroll, P. Lecky and R. Anderson. Absent when the picture was taken were C. Cawley, R. Gaffney, R. Jenkins, M. Moore, H. Taylor, D, Alley, C. Nolan, S. Murdock, O. McCroskey and A. Hamilton. 'i A ' ' ll' I Ui . M138 K Ma'feEthf'1 1? f h . r SJ' r 011118 Ogefs QSXQLO xyeasxxxax X 'YQ S1101 IS, that the VNS 'x- h 17' , , . Syoaft Wafnd Hofgbofgggf abOflD0nSf,lf'Ss Au in gaivlx ew? aw -..I 00k Zarfo f . S, a, fire ' eSxd60x'xLen,L5g:xg XFSEQXXXQ -sm ,M Daperln ,SI just rOOk K ,,,ce3,ew ge txgfgfed an A' ade. Sfgfuk gg 1,a'ZZdMrS 1 I' y - MRO? Eu ufev' 'neil S "WMS ng D halps as I it Q Y 0. 'LW W r. --,X a dx:-QQYOQSYC S in hy, Hd I .C Sue Tolberi Arlen Hall Charloiie Colvln Tlllle Dlffxe Diane Alley Helen Taylor and Ann Hamllton are planmng for the mmatxon of new members. 94 NHS .--embers clean up the - tigers at homecoming. A51 x NATIO NAL HONOR SOCIETY Z EL 5 hu.. 4 "Q N44 V5 S S n50!S is 8 ef on Judy P1 xogfam Marv Nolan an an assembw enche 1 nson Charles I-1 fini Nsfoizz Wi :Bissau God fe H rn arrY go' gacy wng an enloy S er hon the semesi bon on mglung h nb to bono' mcse 0 le Pmfa Exfarles we flub Memberslri Is Vo untary The Future Tradesmen of America, sponsored by Mr. J. W. Howe, enables students to learn the trade they are in- terested in while they attend school. The Radio Club, sponsored by Mrs. Frank Jenkins, is the group that pre- sents the "Teen Forum". a radio show over station KDMS. 1' ,P ' . 3 vu " tiff guy' 1 .1 ' -- .". -.. , 441 ., Q . - , F41 ,YL -. ?q'h:a'..'ir"Q 'lxl' QQQQNVWI G sf Angrn- yr 1 1. .ar V ,L " 'nl 1' 553 'Hx H ff, .'Au5'Y'.u The Engineers' Club. sponsored by Miss Marion Cox. consists of boys whf are interested in engineering. as by , N ,mf 9 YM s ew K v I If f B . x I 31 Q M E g 'ff , A I ff , 3 z li! f f'4 nf., " sry' Best Diane Alley Old Member Roll Diane Alley, Mary Carroll, Pat Coley, Mary Ruth Dobie, Ann Hamilton, Arlen Hall Sam Murdock, Elizabeth Owens, Bobby Phelps, Roger Sprague, Ronald Anderson, Kay Blanks, Barbara Baggett, Charles Caw- ley, Linda Cross, Helen Taylor, Grover Zinn, Ralph Sloan Wil- son, Suzanne Wilson, Carolyn Vance, Jim Yates, Charlotte Colvin, Linda Cross, Daphna Daniels, Judy Downtain, Tillie Diffie, John Ed Freeman, Joy Hanna, John Henry, Nancy Heard, Carolyn Hoffman, Mimi Kerr, Carmen Newson, Shadie Rushing, Carleen Harris, Janell Strickland, Evelyn Terry, Peg- gy Thompson, E. J. Tracy, Charles Weedman, Alyce Pat- terson, Joann Parker. O Thespian Best Actor Bobby Phelps ra ,gy V, I I , -izysl hy 4 , 4 'A x New Member Roll Jean Andrews, Georgia McKin- ney, Loy Arnold, Sara Miller, George Barnes, Sandra Moore, Addie Boone, Marlyn Moore, Carolyn Moore, Nancy Bishop, Molly Crook, Kay Kinard, Mayleen Mason, Weezie Carter, Del Hodges, Mary Jones, Mary Anne Cole, Diane Holloway, Madry Cottrell, Florence Davis, Barbara Hyde, Ann Donnelly, Diane Dowling, Caudis Hicks, Sue Freeman, Frances Gilmore, Betsy Montgomery, Delores Reed, Anne Willett, Judye Rothe, Millie Thornton, Betty Ward, Lou Lambert, Josephine Rowe, Nellie Lou Slade, Ches- ter Stinnett, Bert Shyrock, Rosie R u h l m a n, Elizabeth Sutherlin, Sherron T a y l o r, Devona Terral. Officers: Rosemary Gaffney-v.p porter, Ralph Sloan Wilson-v.p. Bobby Phelps-pres., John Henry treas and Dlane Alley-sec. FZ if W Q55 A ' le Q' 1: 'li K- Y. Cast of "Angel , .. i , 5 ' I 7 53' N , ' -. lx T xii, .if Q r - ,, , lf 5 Q. Stage Crew Make-Up f, is. ftfl, 'I 1 1 'Y sr. The TAC House Uffers Fntertamment Unlimited le dis! Q an o e ex! e 9 e ,4'-ve, i + sat- , ' If J' F 0 o eee 1 2, e e e e e e en ? -- . 'tra , C hi 1 3' Thursday Is Club Day - - Members of the Members of Girl Scout Troops 34 and 35 raise the flag in from of the school. San- dra Jennings raises the flag as Sandra Moore. Susan Gordon, Pam Norris. Linda Magee. and Melissa Miller shud at ai- ieniion. 4 Y,-2-- J f GAA are Phyllis White, Evedna Savory, Bar- bara Thompson. Gwen Cirder. Jeanne Williams, Nancy Mc- Han, Marolyn Moore, Margaret Phillips, Betty Owens, Addie Boone, Carolyn Moore, Jean Andrews, and Mrs. Dolores Nunnally, sponsor C . A - .AX The Religious Education Club, sponsored by Miss Evelyn 2 A -4' 11' A Q- . V -et, R Stigler, gives students an opportunity to learn about ChI'lS tian vocations. Robert Kelly is president, Barbara Schaub v gh secretary, and Donna Lou Heath is program chairman. I, ' n' - ,..-,..,, in I 1. if 5555 lf.-'ass s-:ass-: . ..... J. -'--.--,,,,., The Tennis Club lupper right! meets to take care of business affairs and to make plans for the spring matches . . . all Latin classes are organized into clubs lshown in the two middle pictures! that meet on class time. They play Latin charades and study Greek and Roman mythology . . . the Future Home- makers of America Klower rightl are affil- iated with the national organization and study homemaking as a career . . . Future Teachers lpictured lower left! learn, during club period, techniques and methods recom- mended for a well-regulated classroom - all in all, we think our club periods are well- silent. 0 ' 4 ,H+ 9 , CWS' - X X. l ,,,L,1'fT 'W' i if T 15 as 9 I 'ie' ll fa-ff .QQ 9 e.-' my Featuring Maiare ttes EQJ. Tracy. NY 1 , " E And uef e Bunll , . a J' W 9 V K -4 1 . 1 ., . s'- W ,N f fp N 5 ds -...ss 1'7"-gf ., -,.'k'if'V .n Q . ,aut The I will was 1, ea 4 by Billy Annual Band Banquet, honoring senior members, graced its presence at the Joy-Ann Restaurant, December 9, with 84 empty pocket books. But there will always be fond memories of frills and ties . . . cheerful snowmen, diamond-dusted candles, warm-glow of Christmas trees . . . speeches galore . . . delicious food . . . hilarious en- tertainment . . . and Santa Claus for all. especially Mr. Cagle. for we surprised him with a television set. Mary Lee Carr Serving is I-'un V+. Tillie Diffie. Charlotie Colvin, Pam Norris. and Lucy Murphy pui up a display. Lucy Ann Young, Nancy Heard, Sue Freeman, and Sam Murdock use the reference materials. The Library Club is primarily a service or- ganization. It is made up of a group of students who have volunteered their study hall period to library work. Officers of the club are president, Helen Taylor, vice president, Zoe Ann Witt, and secretary, Nancy Bishop. Club members are Sam Murdock, Bob Swilley, Nellie Slade, Lynn Golthwaite, Tillie Diffie, Charlotte Colvin, Lu- cie Murphy, Jackie Orrell, Pam Norris, Nancy Heard, Lucy Ann Young, Sue Freeman, Carleen Harris, Pat Tatum, Sue Tolbert, Mary Alice Ab- bitt, John Ghutzman, Martha Freeman, Delores Leveritt, Lorraine Warren, Liz Owens, Mary Gaston, Ann Hamilton, and Jo Clawson. A , , ,, ..., 1 V . ' ' Janice Elia and Delores Le- veritt check the library list. V " in li v N A group of special students check out 5 , 5331? - ---.-.-.,. ATHLETECS Qimhh U NXT? 4 I l .-'. ' x E. jj if ,ri LL, A, .X . xx, K 4 .S J 'I f I X111 X41 .V A - . :Nix :Ab 2,15 . .- ' ' 'V . 5.5. ' Q were sis? WV In 1905 the sight of a football was both new and rare and the reigning high school sports were crocket and townball a modified form of base ball Sports did not play the important part that they do now Now so many sports have been of fered to the students that winning or losing has come to add an all-important sprinkle of spice to high school life. Certainly, the educational value of sportsmanship has been recognized down through the years for not only does the participat- ing player benefit, but, also, all the spectators as they speculate in the background. I 1,4 We 've Got The Pep Squad John Ed Freem C pi Ellen Manasco .-sg K 'vw -Q v .xv 3 ,A X qv Us Yi- f'- l Q27 X T7 f,-1 l cat",-' Campbell Y' ' Lou Arnold We 've Got The Team M 6 5 J' 5 Davxd Mook Pat Coley A B Zyl-11 Ee l T:- Garland Gregory Lowell Morrison Jack Martin Buddy Reuter D1ck1e Mays Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Captain. Tackle Co Captain End All-State All State I Q' 23117 i 11.51 James Mooty Halfback All-State 1-YL 3 Q W . had Jimmy Gaston Wayne Harris End Guard Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable M Lamar Drummond Doyan Foster Fullback Guard All-State Second Team Big 7 --Q5 x0'5 CIS' Ralph McLean Charles Nolan Center Quarterback ention Honorable Mention S221 'Sify wc' A is -Q- .11 Xiefofwo a Q-.7 Oiis McCrosky Head Manager .ig Johny Floyd Guard Second Team Big 7 31 2 .a' it Rudy DuVall Halfback Honorable Mention Mlzlcats Set Record ,Q l..:nx-Q " '-r Wildcat fullback Lamar . Drummond, charges arol end for a first down in the Pine Bluff game The 1954 edition of the El Dorado Wildcat football team amassed one of the most impressive records in the history of the school by wind- ing up with an 11-1 record. They were excelled in the won-loss de- partment only by the 1932 Oil City crew, who finished with a 10-0 slate. This was the only undefeated gridiron club the Wildcats have had since the beginning of a full slate of games in 1920. Although the Wildcats didn't cop the Big Seven title, they can boast of the best overall record in the conference. The Little Rock Tigers handed the locals their only loss of the season and Went on to wrap up the crown. However, the Bengals dropped three inter-confer- ence games in their 11 game schedule. Here are the scores: Wildcats 20, Magnolia 7, Wildcats 13, Fort Smith 6, Wildcats 34, Ouachita 13, Wildcats 18, North Little Rock 7, Wildcats 18, Pine Bluff 12, Wildcats 19, Smackover 2, Wildcats 7, Little Rock 21, Wildcats 6, Texarkana 0, Wildcats 25, Natchez 7, Wildcats 38, Hot Springs 125 Wildcats 46, West Monroe 7, Wildcats 14, Camden 0. Wayne Harris brings a Pine Bluff player to a halt as Rudy DuVall t3ll. Stacy Wright 1751, Lamar Drummond 1341, and Doyan Foster 1641, come up io help. X -5 Glu: 'kv .L Bert Shyrock Harold Ainsworth Howard Porter Dickie Dickson Mike Carney Quarterback Fullbacl-5 Fullback End End m I-vTq 5:5 Qu' "' 'sf' ,."+ Weedman O. G. Moore Jesse Jones Joe Harris Edward Zimmerman Center Fullback Tackle Manager Left to Right, First Row: L. Drummond, D. Little, B. Kyser, H. Porter, R. Stafford, R. Wells, J. Mook, P. Foster, L. Drummond. Second Row: Mgr. E. Zimmerman, Mgr. O. McCrosky, J. Tallent, T. Grunden, F. D. Dickson, B. Meeks, J. Weedman, E. Adair, B. Blevins, J. Griffey, D. Lewis, R. Douglas, S. Wright, J. Jones, Row: Coach Garland Gregory, Coach Lowell Morrison, B. Reuter, J. Tinnell, J. Harris, C. Nolan, J. Jones, C. Wilson, R. McLean, B. Elkins, M. Carney, J. Gaston, D. Mays, R. McCuiston, J. Hines, J. Norris, G. Adams, Fourth Row: D. Leverette, B. Shyrock. J. Harris. G. Mills, R. DuVall, R. Griffin, H. Porter, R. Kellam, B. Dean, liamson, D. Newson, L. Whitaker, J. Floyd. cout . f"'-:'lQ--23 'JXP Al ,J 1.-1' 4+ N f 4 F' roof .. ty' fs . Fi.. fi? fk5'fT .w,w Easvalwwi - e g fm" '- V".-wm.4,g,6'a-ul . "r-JK Ja in Donnie Leverette End 1. l .C Dwayne Teater Manager X . -J Bobby Bates goes for a nice gain before he is brought down by a gang of Smackover iacklers. The Wildcat B team had a fair season of five wins and three losses and brought fresh talent into the limelight. Made up of about 30 boys, the squad played teams from Farmerville, winning both gamesg Haynesville, with whom they split the Wins and losses, Texarkana, losing one and winning one, and defeating Fairview and Magnolia. The boys receiving letters were A. Ellen, G. Adams, B. Blev- ins, J. Bullock, L. Drummond, D. Durio, R. Griffin, T. Grunden, F. Gunnels, J. Harris, J. Hines, J. Jones, J. Mays, J. Mills, J. Mook, R. Mc- Cuiston, J. Norris, H. Porter. J. Ross, J. Tallent, W. Taylor, J. Tinnell, R. Wells, D. Whatley, L. Whitaker and D. Williamson. Two managers, Lon- nie Herrin and Woody McGowen, received letters. IAQ, 1.5 'ze V7 a successful one. These 1954 letiermen played a large part in making the sea Mlzlcats Have Mnning Season -W gr-I Ona .nm This is the starring tive that Coach Pel Austin relied on all sea- son. They are Coach Austin. Lamar Drummond Kguardl. Sam Gladney Iforwardl, Joe Donnelly icenterl, Harold Ainsworth iforwardl. and Donald Barker lguardl. Gary Galbraith was P-uns:-I vnannnnv Jim Gaston Billy Ray McGaugh ROSS Jenkins Forward Forward F0I'WBl'd These are the reserves that gave the Cats added strength. 90542, Billy Ray llillican Larkus Pesnell -7311109 MOOIY Center Guard G'-'Hd Here Are The Results' Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Dorado Hampton Camden Monticello Crossett Smacl-:over Fort Smith Fort Smith N. Little Rock Little Rock Hot Springs Smackover Camden Pine Bluff Texarkana Little Rock Magnolia N. Little Rock Texarkana Pine Bluff Hot Springs Magnolia Crossett scar, 35 ,fl Pictured above is Lamar Drum mond, El Dorado's playmaker and ball handler. 4: anv- kbov A gf , is TRACK 1955 Coaches Lowell Morrison and Gar- land Georgry have secured ten sure meets for the team this season. The squad will also attend the Tri-State meet ' in Shreveport, Louisiana, and compete in the Big Seven Relays, Ouachita Relays and the State meet against some of the best teams of the state. The six returning lettermen are Dickie Mays, Bud- dy Reuter, Bobby Bates, Johnny Floyd, Johnny Ghutzman, and not pictured James Mooty. A f . ,av Bobby Bates gets set for the 100 yard dash. Buddy Reuter gets set to pole vault. Johnny Ghutzman comes in on Dickie Mayes gets set for the discus throw. me 440- - .nl .... 6' I Q, ,- GOLF l955 Golfers battled cold weather and blistering days to bring win- ning teams to EHS- Hogan Roundtree, Country Club Pro, gave hours of tireless energy to build one of the best golf teams in the state. S" ' -X Members of the team are pictured above. Standing, left to right: Gail Cunningham, Dalphna Ann Daniel, Tom McRae, Del Hodges, Georgia McKinney, Bill Toney, Judy Rothe, Pam Norris, Maylene Mason, Charlie Nolan, Lynn Gothwaite, Susan Gordon, Beryl Anthony, Diane Alley, Sitting, left to right: Bill Golder, Eddie Bailey, Mike Sheehan, John Ed. Freeman, Bert Cone, Gloria Brooks, Diane Dowling, Judy Johnson, Lucy Belle Murphy, and Keitha Andrews. 4. W4 -f '1- A4 M' Above and below are the leiiermen. Charlie Nolan. Diane Alley, and Richard Craw- ford tee ff t ' ' ' o o a wmnmg nine holes. Lower Panel, Eddie Adair approaches while Daphne Ann Daniel and Ben Cone put! in for a par on number nine. Hogan Roundtree gives Lucy Murphy a few pointers on her approach shot. 1 I ff, .1 and N-'Mr AKXFT5' ,f 0ur Fair Weather Friends Jody Mahony, Bobby Phelps, Judy Pinson, Nancy Franz, Shadie Rushing, Lorrain Warren, Dickie Lankford, Ann Hamilton, Frances Gilmore, Linda McCune, Ralph Wilson, Frances McCoy, Margaret Phillips, Peggy Wright, Buzzy Hale, Del Hodges, Niell Marsh, will try for tennis honors this spring. I 1 E 'V 'iran The returning lettermen, Buzzy Hale. Shadie Rushing, Ann Hamilton, and Carolyn Moore pose with their instructor, Mrs. Shadie Rushing - Semi Finalist Ark. State Closed Dolores Nunally. . ' A V -: E W ii fe- bl y E V V E : 'A E l I I--ff T' 2 x Below some Sth period Wildcat netters brush up on their game under the watchful eyes of Mrs. Nunnally. Carol n Moore - Finalist Runner-up Y El Dorado. City ..,,., Y . l P-1.4, i N, 44 4, F S ,AAS Oo ...file- ,r"911"l ,-,,,-v-'- Q 'v X 'X X ,xv Here Buzzy Hale the lone returning male letterman, practices his backhand. :Ex sv! K. N.Ql.'?'I' i i "" ' .Nik 'f Pictured below is Mrs. Nunnally our instructor. She's behind this 'racket' App X , ei ,A Below are squad,-hen Jody Mahony, Ann Hamilton, and Del Hodges. They demon- strata their winning form with 0880- 'L Some of the hopefuls who should see action on the courts are Niell Marsh, Ralph Wilson, Dick Lank- ford, Peggy Wright. Mar- garet Philiips, and Judy Pinson. we :ff . ' A . -3' .st - are , . "5 , A , if "'-is... 'Wi is L 4'- FAC U LTY if il We thxnk El Dorado has one of the flnest h1gh schools ln the South largelv due to the tvpe of lnstructlon that we rece1ve In 1905 h1gh school students had two ln tructors mn 1955 we haxe 32 Then teachlng materlals and currlculum were l1m1ted Penclls and tablets a desk bell a ruler and a two week Unxon County Instxtute provlded st1mulat1on If a student got out of lme he faced the black board and put hxs nose 1n a chalk rmg That de v1ce usually worked for who could faxl to have a healthy respect for d1sc1pl1ne when a hxckory hmb was kmg' Then students pored over rhetorlc Lat1n bot any and memorxzed The curfew tolls the knell of partmg day Today we absorb our b1010gV v1a the f1lm pro 1ector We go out of town for speech meets we have the smartest band 1n Arkansas we study government ln Llttle Rock we pubhsh our own newspaper and we memorxze The curfew tolls the knell of partmg day Do tlmes change really? 0ur Administrators Run Mr. G. A. Stubblefield Superintendent Y IYX Mr. Howard Elder Principal 695 'FR SS, The E l D o r a d o school board, which includes Cseated from left to rightl, Mr. Dale Miller, Mr. W. L. Norwood, president, Mrs. Kenneth W i m e r, standing, right to left, Mr. I g r a m Hartje, Mr. Garland Stubblefield, super- intendent of schools, Mr. Bolivar Allen, Mr. Jim Lester, sup- erintendent of buildings, and Mrs. Mamie Elkins, Sec- retary to Mr. Stub- blefield, is in charge of the policies of the- EI Dorado schools. 0ur Sclzoal Fmciently The business office is the center for paying fees with Mr. Jim Les- ter, superintendent of buildings, Mrs. Vida Dildy, school nurse, Mrs. Bob Crowder, secretary, Mrs. Guy Henderson, assistant to Mr. Lester. Mrs. Jewell Givens, di- rector of the business office is not picturcd. Mr. Kendall Hoggard Director of Curriculum J-0 fi General high school business is carried on in the atten- dance office under the direction of Mrs. W. A. Speer, secre- tary to Mr. Elder, and Mrs. James Cunningham, atten- dance director. .rr P'-:fs W ll Cn 141 1 I - " -A N .null .nun F1 1 "NPV Mrs Jack Anthony Mathematics AB Mi Linden Bentley Mathematics B A Mrs O T Brewster Languages AB Mx He1bertE Cagle Music BA Miss Mai ian Cox Science M A Miss Audrey Crook Social Science M A Mis Brown Culp Commercial BS Mrs, 01 IB Ilhmmey Social Science, MA it 'ff 1 -l M 9? Qgpf "Fo- J 'L -ni Mrs. Marie Gillis Social Science A.B. Mr. Garland Gregory ghgsical Education, Mr. H. C. Hornsby Music, M.M. Mrs. Frank Jenkins Journalism, A.B. Mrs. Joe Joiner Study Hall, B.A. -2 ,'., Mr. Charles M. Kennedy Shop, B.S. Mr. Robert Laney Science, B.A. FACULTY -as-'fra-:za , 275 . ' X ., " F' v 'nxf'-If '- 'J d A " ' Q-X ' H ,MFE ' - - - ' , 'zf . h , . . N . I XA 1. lf. A -X .XX . i I . V I U ln D r X Ons . . " , .80 r -3 W MIS Molene Smlth Llblallafl MA Mrs Noel Smlth Enghsh B S E Mrs Anna M Spears Engllsh AB MISS E1leen West H0me Economl s M1 Jack Maxtm Mathematxcs B S Mlss Annle Lee Moore Study Hall M A M1 Lowell MOIIISOD Physlndl Educatxon Mxs Majox Nodlnx Commerclal AB Mrs C J Nunndlly Phvslcal Educatlon B S E Mlss Rowena Paschall Mathematxcs M A Mrs James Pence SOCIHI Sclence A B Mr LQIOQ Penmngton Guldance Counselor MISS Ethel Rogers Engllsh AB Mrs J W Rogexs Enghsh A B Asslstant P1 ll'lClp81 M1 J W Rowe Cooperatlve Txam mg AB MISS Bene Gene Smlth Speech AB FACULTY T' T? V9 i l ,..-"' Geofneify Science and mathematics are an im- portant part of our high school curri- culum. They prepare the scientists and mathematicians who will be the leaders of tomorrow. For The Biol09Y leaders Of Tamorraw C Phy ur-'Pug Il MK I . T 1 Q I W .f' 4 ' f N X' I '1 Q if , f 9 A 'I sics hemisiry Mx Routine Classes Are fc Miss Rowena Paschall. math instructor, helps Ross Jenkins with solid geometrY . . . Pupils in the special reading class study their assignment. Mrs. Akers Pence's junior English class work on themes . . . Mrs. O. T. Brews- ter's special English students take a test. This is the first year our school has offered this creative English course in its curriculum. ,ffm if Important - - - Pupils in Miss Audrey Crook's world history class seem to be enjoying their Time magazines . . . Buddy Reuter and Otis McCroskey look up information for their projects in contempo- rary problems. :,- lr' 'K ,T 1 f ' 21' ,"'. ' txuwgf, S Xi' 4V,4Pf"' n Mrs O B Denney shows her American history students an important site in America on the globe MTS Akefs Pence's commercial geogrqphi' C1355 feafn important facts about foreign countries. hey Meet x re? Mrs. O. B. Denney's artisis work on their paintings. 'fwi I Miss Eileen West helps her home A ec. students in making cookies for -f"'S the Red Cross . . . Johnny Ghuiz- man orates for Miss Bene Gene Smith's speech class. Hve Days A Weelr Study hall is the place to get homework and to talk with your neighbor . . . Mrs. Brown Culp's transcription class get their as- signment. Q Q- .fi f 1 S -If-4 1...-v"!?" "E: A . ff, . K A I A ,guns-1-K u. ft ar t Languages hold the interest of EHS students. Mrs. W. E. Dur- rett's Latin students read about Caesar's Gaul, . . . Students in Mrs. O. T. Brewster's Spanish class prepare for a test. 1-"' And Prepare Us or The Future Cooperative iraining stu- dents, taught by Mr. J. W. Rowe. take on-the-job train- ing. The class is in school one-half a day and on the job the other half learning skills, under trained super- vision, that they intend to use later in life. x, A At!:,L A ni 1, ff' i' .J wr,- Music t h e o r y students. taught by Mr. H. E. Cagle. are trained in the principals of harmonizing and in the use of chords. The mechanical drawing class. under the direction of Mr. Charles Kennedy, is correlated with the shop courses to round out the industrial arts cur- riculum. Intramurals at EHS have a four fold purpose as they provide s p o r t s manship health recreation and fel lowship The right kind of mental attitude is important in ev ery game whether it is in the gym or on athletic held and it leads to good sports manship Health IS stressed in the nhys ed dept to keep the Jody strong and the mind nappy. The enjoyment of know- ng how to play a game well fills many hours of leisure lime. This satisfaction can- not be gained elsewhere ex- ept in the athletic dept. Participation in intramur- als with other students pro- vides a Welcome break in 'he routine of classes and Shrough the social aspects of intramurals we learn to n0Operate with others. W We learn To Play To fnfn y Coach Gregory ponders over schedules for next year Up and over lst period gets ready for e toss up A goal IS in the making Shadle serves Melba Ann and Shirley are waxtmg for the pitch Carole Dowdell shoots a ringer Sth period forms a human pyramid Mrs Nunnally catches up on some Gusher news while Peg gy Margaret and Norma watch .i . f if " w Pt . ' X Y':.V ,l first row: Billy Jones, David Mock, Bill Patterson, Roger ' Elleng lla Choir are, w' Paul Lecky, S iuthall, Adair Male members of the A Cappe . Sam Murdock, Don Nutt, Bob Swilleyp second ro . Sprague, third row: Charles Weedman, Bob Phelps, Ronald c ' Ralph Wilson. Grover Zinn, Joe Dempsey and Willie Andress. fourth row. 'c Makers The Mus: F' .J "" 41 .0 -I IQ 'on lists among its mnem- Pinson, Linda rs' Chorus, an all-girl organizatx , 'se lohnson, Jane Durham, Judy Gladys Lawrence, Mary lluschen, 'xie Lee Rushing, Ger- Beginne bers: iirst row: Dem. - O'Dellg second row: Ann Brownu I D Nancy Franz, Anita Kundertl 'Ullfd TCW- 1 d, Sarah Baker and Shulef Glenn- aldine Floy is foiolpgfiiiatiov Of good music Choral d 9 Objectives of th, cludes th elxiffment which inc Be in X gi Cappella Choir th: cigbmlm Chorus and th C L u , , e grams Eegglar assembly pig? Operetvta 'lThr1Stma5 Concert the an Easter S?l1?r?1d9n Butterfly," pearanges beforesceivservice, ap- a forma1 Concert in NT clubs and T322-I'ciunded agendaayfmade a . -55 S or th, ties. Choral department activii 1' X Q 4 H1 X Clay Hornsb Director Y Glee Club is made up of, first row: Glenda Little, Marjorie Round- tree, Nellie Childsg second row: Carolyn O'Barr, Oma Sue.Hanry, Reba Johnson, Elizabeth Sutherlinl third 1'0Wr Sandra Rogers, Sara Russell, Nancy McDowell, Pat Williamsg fourth row: Shelby Norris, Audrey Wilsfin, Jackie Ponder, lva Stinson and Deanna Carner. 47 Q9 Ready for concert in their formal robes is the A Cappella Choir - first rovn. Rosemary Gaff ney, Helen Taylor, Diane Holloway, Claudia Ward, Alyce Patterson, Frances Gilmore, Pat Thompsong second row: Ann Hamilton, Mary Carroll, Carleen Harris, Jo Ann Parker, Wee zie Carter, Elizabeth Owen, Carolyn Jonesg third row: Carolyn Vance, Nona Stevens, Pat Mor Lucy Anne Young, Carolyn Hoffman, Barbara Schaubg fourth row: Connie Wlson and Nancy Bishop. rison, Pat Tatum, Gathright, Kayclell Curry, Suzanne 1 CLASSES 'f ff' NI! 'ffm-Q X7 XL! tw-f,,?f7 gil, f f F ff' ff f fl 15 Q Qjff A This is our album section and picture arrange ment has certainly changed 1n the last 50 years Senior pictures have always been an important part of graduation but in 1905 it was unheard of to extend the privilege to Juniors and sopho mores So many things then had to wait until you re a senior in high school my dear t e boys graduating from knee pants to long trousers the girls getting their first pair of high heels and putting their hair up lbecause Irene Castle hadnt yet introduced the craze for bobbed hair and long braids lcurls, if you were luckyl were the vogue . . . being allowed to walk home from church with a boy ht you were a girl! and being allowed to take the buggy out on Sunday after noons lit you were a boyl. Times have changed and our privileges have increased but still, in general. the same things are being done now that were being done then - it's iust a different crowd doing them. QV? X-fff :fx George Adams Football 3, 45 fire marshal 4 Harold Ainsworth Football 3, 45 basketball 3, 4 Majorie Allen GAA 2-45 FHA 2-4 Diane Alley Hi-Gusher editor 45 NHS 3, 4 Ronald Anderson NHS 45 band president 4 Jean Andrews NHS 45 Girls State 3 Bobby Armsirong Baccalaureate usher 35 intramural sports 3 Barbara Baggett Girls State 35 steering committee 4 Edward Bailey Engineering club 45 golf 4 ,.f...-4 'Y 'X 1 Dx -vs .ls lQ 'x I 4 Donald Barker 1 Basketball 2-45 HR president 4 Bobby Bates All State football 3, 45 All Sou- thern football 3, 4 Robert Bates Band 2-45 HC committee 4 Jerry Bauman Levenia Birchfield Intramural sports 2, 35 GAA 45 transfer 4 field committee 4 Linda Cross. Donna Lou Heath. Pai Coley. Kay Banks. Nancy Heard, and Barbara Baggert soak up some sun . Nancy Bishop Thespians 4g Girls State 3 Kay Blanks Thespians 3, 4g Wildcat Staff 4 Addie Boone GAA treasurer 45 HR presi- dent 4 Paula Brewer Mixed chorus 33 FHA 2 Marvin Brown Hi-Gusher staff 45 Wildcat stafl 4 Jerry Burroughs Football 25 intramural sports 2 Jack Burson Basketball 33 HC escort 3 Troy Burson Football usher 4g intramural sports 2-4 Janell Carney A Cappella choir 3g FTA 4 gx Cv-' Mary Arm Cole Patricia Coley Girls State 33 Thespian Cheerleader 2 4 HC reporter 4 maid 2 5 S Tom Colvin Band 2-45 HR vice-president 4 Charlotte Colvin Majorette captain 45 NHS 4 Bert Cone Boys State 35 golf 3, 4 Madrey Cottrell Hi-Gusher staff 45 Thespians 4 Vernon Craig FTA president 35 HC committee 2-4 Linda Sue Cross Thespians 3, 45 Hi-Gusher staff 4 Gail Cunningham HC maid 25 beauty candidate 4 Daphna Daniel Girls State 35 who's who 4 Charles Daniels Boys State 35 student coun- cil 2 QQ, I. 'G' 55 K "f 5? wx ... E Wallace Darden I Engineers club 45 lntramural sports 4 'CW Frankie Davis . FHA 25 HC committee 4 'CU Carolyn Dean GAA 2-45 AY 2 Wildcat Staff members start home after session with printing' company in Camden. Bob Denham Mary Denning FTA 45 track 2, 3 GAA 2-45 FHA 2 SEN 'T '15 an '55 1,5 1 ? l 0 4- of Tyr l if 2 .., .,.,.5:i. - .- f t f it t e F-'rat H, f - Betty Dunbar gall? secretary 2g GAA representative Jo Anne Dungan HC committee 4g transfer 4 Carolyn Durio QSAA 3g intramural sports 3, IORS Marolyn Moore and Madry Cottrell serve dinner economics department. E-1mti4f555fEEE,f-152-1 'TEYE32-. "" in the home Gloria Dettenheim Mixed chorus 2, 35 AY 3, 4 Tillie Diffie NHS 4g Thespians 4 Mary Ruth Dobie NHS 3, 45 S. C. treasurer 4 Joe Donnelly Basketball 2-45 HC committee 4 Judy Downtain HC maid 4g Thespians 3, 4 Anna Pearl Drummond Band 2-4g AY 2 Lamar Drummond All State Football 4g basketball 3, 4 Lillie Faye Drummond Intramural sports 2-4g service club 4 Ernest Dumas Boys State 33 Hi-Gusher staff 4 4 AZ,-vi, ' . fi" . k 3 MAN Buddy Elkins Mary Jane Evans A Cappella choir 2, 35 Intramural sports 2-4 football 4 service club 4 Morris Evans FTA 4g football usher 4 Nancy Evans FHA 25 GAA 2-4 Doyan Fosier Football 2-43 basketball 2, 4 John Ed Freeman Cheerleader 45 Boys State 3 Sue Freeman Service club 33 FHA 2-4 Tommy Freeman Intramural sports 2, 35 HC committee 4 Rosemary Gaffney Girls State 3, NHS 4 Gary Galbraith Basketball manager 45 HC chair- man 4 Bobby Gates Basketball 33 HR secretary 2 QT'-4 W - - Goodwm Fred Gunnels off1cer 2g who's Football 43 intramural sports2 0 ri, 'af G, I- , ' 'Yr br I X'-Y' 'M gb' 34: 492.5 .1 Q.. I A Y A 1? 36 Buzzy Hale Cheerleader 4g steering committee 4 Arlen Hall Wildcat editor 4g NHS 4 John Hambleion Band 2-4 Margaret Ann Hamilion NHS 3, 43 senior secretary 4 Mary Ann Hand FHA 2g GAA 2-4 Joy Hanna Thespians 3, 4g Girls State 3 Voncylle Harbour GAA 3, 4g FHA 2 Jimmie Hargett HR officer 2-43 GAA 2-4 Dudley Harper Intramural sports 35 HC committee2 Bobby Harris l Track manager 25 wrestling 2-4 Carleen Harris 4-L iN 1 'QB HC Queen 43 NHS 4 IORS Jimmy Harris Intramural sports 2-4 BIIUCS. and C7 'ig Joe Han-1s Howard Hawkms Football 2-45 student HC committee 4 council 4 Nancy Heard NHS 4g senior treasurer 4 Jim Hearin HC escort 43 HR vice-president 4 Donna Heath Senior beauty candidate 43 HR officer 4 John Henry HC escort 43 student council 3 Joe Hill Intramural sports 2-43 shop 2, 3 Del Hod es 9 Boys State 3: student coun- cil 4 Carolyn Hoffman Thespians 3, 45 A Cappella choir 3, 4 Diane Holloway Thespians 43 A Cappella choir 4 Dorothy Holloway GAA 2-43 baccalaureate ush- er 3 Q X Dwayne Hudson Charles Hunt Intramural sports 2, 3 HR vice-president 33 track 2-4 ,cl ....,,w ,jr xxuz Margie Honeycutt HC committee 4g commencement usher 3 K ,"' Earl Howard Intramural sports 2-43 track meet Don Hudson Intramural sports 2, 3 A group of students get warm by the fire on a cold morning. ' .K D JSMAXX wh ' w. if If 'F' 'IGI-tt 'Y Carl Hurst Band 2-43 band property manager 4 Austin Hux Intramural sports 2-4 Martha Jacobs Coach's seecretary 33 43 NHS 4 Ross Jenkins Boys State 33 NHS 4 Carolyn Jones NHS 43 S. C. secretary 4 Jimmy Jones Football 43 transfer 4 Mary Jones lQ HR treasurer 43 Thespians 4 3, is.. Delores Kennedy FTA 3, 43 The School Page 4 Gene King Fire marshall 43 Intramural sports 2-4 J. B. King Intramural sports'2-43 basketball 23 3 Juanita Lacy GAA 3, 43 Religious Education 4 Lou Lambert HC maid 23 who's who 4 IORS S we--r Charge! Sam Murdock plays like Teddy Roosevelt. P8111 I-0CkY3 Donnie Leverett NHS 3, 43 SC president Football 2-43 HR 4 president 4 Neal Lewis Intramural sports 2-4: PA system 4 Bobby Long Intramural sports 2-4 Richard McCanis Intramural sports 2, 33 HC committee 4 Robert McCord FTA vice-president 35 baccalaureate usher 3 Otis McCroskey Key Club 3, 43 NHS 3, 4 Virginia McCu11ar GAA 2-41 AY 2,3 Nancy McDowell FHA 3, 45 Mixed Chorus Ralph McLean Football 2-4g Key club 3, 4 Pai Mabry GAA 45 intramural sports 4 l bmi! cheerleader 4 Terry Mitchell David Mook appella choii' 3g HR Student council 2 4 s . :., J i Y , il-sg Don Orren Cooperative training 4g transfer 4 Elizabeth Owens NHS secretary 43 student council 4 Jo Ann Parker Thespians 3, 45 beauty can- didate 4 Larkus Pesnell shows other speech students how to orate. Carolyn Moore GAA vice-president 4g NHS Marolyn Moore FHA president 4g NHS 4 Mattie Moore HR treasurer tary 4 O. G. Moore Football 3, 4g track 4 Sam Murdoch Thespians 2-43 NH dent 4 Betty Murray GAA 4g FTA 4 Robert Nash Student council 4g FTA Carmen Newsom Thespians 3, 45 Wi Charles Nolan Class president 2 3 Key club president 4 1 l n.. Alyce Patterson Student C0Ul'1Ci1 3, 43 FTA vice president Wh0,S who 2-4 intramural sports 4 Bobby Phelps Thespian president 43 Key club 3, 4 Bobby Phillips Intramural sports 4g FTA 4 Katharine Phillips GAA 2-43 intramural sports 2-4 Lynn Pledge: GAA secretary 43 HR president 4 Jimmy Ponder Band 43 basketball 2, 3 Dennis Prince Who's who 43 band 4 Bob Pritchard Engineers Club 43 intramural sports 2-4 Marcelyn Proctor HR secretary 23 FHA 2-4 Jerry Pyle Track 2-4 bf fr--f Shade Marie Rushing Gary Sample S C vice-president 43 Band 43 steering com- acl Roney Pyron Intramural sports 2, 33 P. A. system Buddy Reuter Football captain 43 class presi- dent 4 Ronald Rogers Engineering Club 4g HR of- ficer 2-3 A group of students enjoy themselves between periods ! DAR Good Citizen 4 tee 4 SEN i'h-'X 5h-9 4, if f k. I 1 9 9- ,JV Nona Stevens A Cappella choir 43 HC commitee 4 Janelle Strickland Thespians 3, 43 steering commit- tee 11:-Q!! Q-"' 1' Sharon Lord Stringtellow GAA 2-43 intramural sports 2 IORS Students enjoy cokes and candy bars in the rec room. Mike Sheehan Golf 2-43 Boys State 3 Glenna Slaughter FHA secretary 43 Wildcat staff4 Linda Slayton GAA 2-43 intramural sports 2-4 Harry Smith HC escort 33 FTA 4 Ronald Southall Mixed 'chorus 33 A Cappella Choir 4 Glenn Spears Football 3, 43 Boys State 3 Sara Spooner Junior secretary 33 NHS 4 Roger Sprague Thespian vice-president 2, 43 Boys State 3 Harry Steffen Track 23 football manager f Imogene Stueart GAA 2-43 intramural sports 2-4 Bob Swilley Steering committee 4 library club 3-4 Gary Tabor Intramural sports 3, 4 Jerry Tallent Football 3-4: Religious Educa- tion 3-4 Pairicia Tatum A Cappella choir 43 Library club 4 Helen Taylor HC maid 4g Wildcat editor 4 Nancy Taylor Intramural sports 2-4g FHA 4 Dwayne Teaier Football manager 45 intra- mural sports 4 Barbara Thompson FHA 2-4g NHS 4 Evelyn Terry Latin club 3g FHA 2 Peggy Ann Thompson Thespians 3-45 student coun- cil 4 M . N N x A 4 Qt? inaf Earl Tracy Bill Toney I Golf 2g Engineers club, Key Club 3-4g Thespi- vice-president 4 ans 3-4 , ' x Nb QD 4 Tait wi?-5 .. Markeia Smiih Thurlkill GAA 3-45 intramural sports 4 James Ed Tinnell Senior vice-president 45 who's who 4 Virginia Sue Tolbert NHS 45 Gusher staff 4 Dow Tull Gail Waldron Claudia Ward FTA 43 intramural Majorette 43 band 2-4 A Capella choir 43 sports 3 Religious Education 4 Hr 'E -40 ""7 Y' 5 Ralph Sloan Wilson NHS president 45 Thespian vice- president 4 Suzanne Wilson Thespians 3-45 A Cappella choir 4 Billy' Wolfe Drum major 45 band 2-4 IORS N t ix Qwuqv, ' -...S EL Nnq we X-Qt at 1 I, 3 4 Ww- X , W Clarice Hinds Watersion FHA 2-45 intramural sports 4 Donald Webb FTA 3-45 intramural sports 3 Charles Weedman Boys State 35 NHS Barbara West Library club 35 Gusher staff 4 Martha Whatley SC 25 Gusher staff 4 Anne Willett Thespians 45 AY 2-3 Ann Williams Band 35 intramural sports 4 Jeanne Williams GAA representative 3-45 intra- mural sports 4 Doug Williams Cooperative training K S' 45' Q-r Jim Wong Noel Wright Stacy Wright Edward Zimmerman vice-president 35 FTA 45 intramural Hi-Gusher staff 45 All- Football manager 35 NHS treasurer 4g Boys HR vice-president 4 sports 2-3 State football 4 track manager 3 State 3 Grover Zinn yr. x Gloria Brooks Ann Brown Mary Lucy Brown Robert Brown Clark Buchner Jary Bullock Carol Burcham Albert Bush Barbara Byrne Bill Campbell Elizabeth Sutherlin and Sara Miller apply make- up to Marilyn Meador and Janelle Strickland in dra- matics class. t p' 'U' .A C ,J 4 1. lk lx 4 ,R it f fi- 19", in bf Mack Ables Eddie Adair Jerry Adams Sara Adcox Jerry Anderson Willie Andress Beryl Anthony Patsy Ashbrook Edward Baker Christine Barker George Barnes Lois Dee Barnes Ronald Bellizio Donald Bock Jerry Boyce Nita Bramlett .f IORS Dallas Campbell Deanna Carner Mike Carney Mary Lee Carr Weezie Carter Gordene Chandler Nellie Childs Jo Clawson Larry Combs Charles Couch Mollie Crook Kaydell Currie Florance Davis Joe Dempsey Martha Dempsey 'T' fa -'A ., Carroll Dickens 7? -ff --7. .,,. Q .Goff-.. WMA. ir 'f Alu. A Zi 9 Dickie Dickson Ann Donnelly Betty Doty Robert Douglas Carole Dowdell Diane Dowling Sherman Dowty Dewyain Drummond Connie Dungan Donnie Durio Some students are found relaxing in the rec room during lunch. 1' f in Millard Graves Susannah Graves Gene Green Dorothy Greer Jay Griffin Tommy Grunden Margaret Hammond James Haney Oma Sue Hanry Huey Havard Three of the Homecom- ing Maids: Judy Down- tain. Jamye Wynns, and Irma Sands with queen. Carleen Haris. Rudy DuVall Jeannette Elders Adair Ellen Gene Eubanks John Floyd Neal Floyd Marilyn Francis Jerry Gardner James Gaston Mary Gaston Connie Gathright Barry Gentry Francis Gilmore Pat Girard James Goolsby Billy Gordon 1 lim--I QUE? 4, Melrose Hayes Tom Heffington Lonnie Lee Herring Caudis Hicks Proctor Hill Jack Hines John Honeycutt Tommy Hooten Janet Howard Johnny Howard Betty Howell Nelson Huey Evelin Hughes Joe Jacobs Dorothy Jennings Barney Jones fi line Mason Richard Mayfield Marilyn Meador Bobby Meeks Tommy Miears James Miller Sara Miller Billy Ray Millican Charles Misenheimer Tony Mitcham A group of students wait in the lunch line in the cafeteria. R f'N E -I a Y Don Lewis Stanley Liddle Glenda Little James Love Lanora Lowery Bill McCarty Frances McCoy David McCrary AQ Woody McGowen Georgia McKinney Betty J. McKinnon Tom McRae Jodie Mahony Jewel Malone Ellen Manasco Patsy Martin Betsy Montgomery James Mooty Nelda Morgan Tahlie Ann Morgan Patricia Morrison David Newsom Shelby Jean Norris Carolyn O'Barr Don Nutt Joann Odom Woody Oliver Janice Oswalt Syble Overstreet Betty Owen Edwin Bark Bill Patterson fs, 'iii I. mt '1 Wanda Silliman Nellie Slade Aylma Smith Tommy Smith Luanne Snodgrass Mickey Stevens Chester Stinnett Iva Stinson Lydia Stringer Duane Summerville Pat Summerville Howeleen Summerville The fifth period gym class practices forming a mer- ry-go-round with Betty Doiy on iop. Q rf Carolyn Rhodes Charles Rhodes Nancy Roberts Lillian Rodenbaugh Sandra Rogers Joe Ross Judy Rothe Margaret Rountree Rosalinda Ruhlman James Rushing Sara Russell Irma Ruth Sands Evedna Savory Barbara Schaub Mary Nelle Shankle Bert Shyrock me Elizabeth Sutherlin Sue Swilley Virginia Tallent John Vernon Taylor Sherron Taylor Devona Terral Abbie Terry James Thomas Julie Thomas Pat Thompson Millie Thornton Jerry Tolbert Bill Trimble William Turnage Carolyn Vance Murtie Vines per Linda Snodgrass and Dud- Har are sho ,as Nancy Walthall Betty Ward Shirley Webb Ronnie Wells Patsy Williams Melba Willoughby Aurdry Jean Wilson Thalia Wood Peggy Wright Bruce Wright J amye Wynns Jim Yates Lucy Ann Young wn put- in Mrs. Mary Abbott John Abbott 1-3 Berry Allen Donald Allen Jimmy Andrews l Johnny Andrews Keitha Andrews Donald Arnold Lou Arnold Jimmy Atkins I l J Don Mac Bee-ne Robyn Beldmg Patton Bell 'Iomm1e Be111z1o Norma Blllmgsley B111 Blevens Herbert Booth SOPHO Sharon Atkmson L1nda Ballev James Baker Sarah Baker Bobble Ball John Ball Martha Bamstex M1ke Barnes Jesse Bates Bobble Sue Beard Jackxe Beavert Jxll Beavert . 5 .ie ' --..- I . I S I 4.1-Q Sharon Beck is 41 - . , l MORES Elrzabeth Burnsrde Anrta Burson Betty Burson Mary Ellen Burton Douglas Butler Mrrran Byars Gordan Cagle Jan Calhoun Ashley Carr Joe Carroll Judy Carson Vondell Cary Ruth Bradshaw Russell Brasher James Brewster Larry Brooks Sammy Brooks Ann Brown Drxre Brown Snuggs Brown Paul Brummett Wanda Bull Page 89 Sandra Cates Susan Chandler Barbara Clark Jams Cook Courtney Craighead Earl Crawford Richard Crawford Gwen Crider Bob Cronin Eugene Davis Jim Davis Johnny Davis Lillian Davis Buddy Dean Anne Dearth Diana Denning Angelene Dickens Bill Donald -P.: If-S William Flournoy Geraldine Floyd l A. Nancy Franz Dixie Lee Frazer Martha Freeman Larry Freeland Tommy Funderburg Jimrnv Garner SOPHO Billie Dumas Jane Durham Lyndon Durham Ann Edens Bill Edwards Janice Elia David Ellison Bert Estes Gene Eubanks Ralph Faulkner Russell Fike Juanita Fitzgerald T MORES Carolyn Hammack Thomas Hammons Chaxles Haxboux Roy Lee Harbour Betty Harrell Calrol Wayne H'1111s James Haxus Ronme Haumson Conme Hawkms Joyce Hawkms Mary Al1ce Helm John Glbbons Johnny Glllel Lynn Gllmoxe M1ld1ed Gmger Schulex Mae Glenn Lynn Goldthwaxte Susan Gordon R1Ch3Id Earl G11ff1n Jack Hall Blllle Hammond N--ef Bert1e Henderson Delane H1CkS Lolen H111 Joe Hollomon Glenn Holmes Robert Hooper Rlchard Hoover Frances Howell A 5 ' - 19, ' A 1 . :Wa 4 W ,4 A , , I J' 3' 8 , ' V. , X - , gl rx fl A 'P 3 1 "' , Q , W Charles Hargett ,Q , . v C 11' 1 K Ll . 4 1 ,x , ' Barbara Hyde William Jelks Sandra Jennings Martha Jinks Denise Johnson Judy Johnson David Joiner Billy Jones Billy Jones Anthony Kassos Gladys Lawrence Charles Leavell Delores Leveritt Anna Jo Lewis Jackie Lowery Mary Luschen Weldon McC1ung Odas McC1urg SOPHO Maizelle Keith Charlene Kellam Joy Lee Kennedy Pat Kennedy John Dale Kennerly Helen Knight James Knight Jim Knight Anita Kundeit B1 Kyzer Shirley Kyzer Geolge Lawience .A I 0 bu M 0 A Q la L . . fl, ' . l ' -fl - 'll X l 1 I I Q 4 I J MDRES Lmda Magee James May Clayton Mayes Dave Meacham Barbara Meek Nancy Rae Melton MEIISSH M1l1er Jack M11ls Mar ella Mztchell J1mmy Moody James Mook John Henry Moore Xti 3' -kt. Em Rlchard MCCUISIIOD Lynda McCune F1 ankle McCu1 ry Claudette McDow Judy McElx eene Bxlly Ray McGaugl Nancy McHan JeNell MCKIHDIE Jerry McLeod X Kelly McMu1 ry Sandra Moore Mary Jo Morgan James Moseley Jo Ann Moseley Larry Moseley Tommy Murphree Lucxe Bell Murphy Betty Murry 4 "Y BHSII MS11Ck Sylx 18 Ncsbltt Vllglfllil Nesbltt Kenneth Newsom B111 Nolan Jdmw NONE Llnda Odell Vlfglfllii OIIWQI Jackm Orxell Cdll Ollen Pam Nolrls Gene Osborne SOPHO Laqulta Owens Jerry Park Patty Parker Adrene Payne Van Perdue Melba Perkms Larkus Pesnell argaret Phllllps "' James P1CkSI'1I1g Ray Plckett Judy Pmson Harry Porter Howard Porter Vaughn Porter Wallace Porter Patty Post Charles Pyle Johnny Pyle Delores Reed James R chard Erxc Rxchardson T I n If - I gl, 4, , gp, . -- . , , X . , '-Sv Te 2 ,' A , , , -. X X George Parker ' .3 ,iff I 4 O l - - 1 .au S' 1 4 Q r Q V f tak R ' n 1 -Z . 5, M, -44.1. 1 Q ..-f. -f' ' ' Murry Riley Billy Pusinger Carlean Ritchey Glenda Roberson Harold Rowan Josephine Rowe DIXIG R1-1Sh1r1g Lmda Shackelford Geneva S1lvertooth Mlke Smnotj Carol Smyard Douglas Slaughter MDRES Joan Srmth Kenneth Smlth Ann Souells L1nda Sp1ce1 Vllglnla Spooner Ronme Stafford Patsy Stanfomd Thomas Stegall Jean Ann Stepp Mlldrecl Stocks Shuley Stocks Martha Strlckland h Egg 111 Buzzy Sutherlm Alfred Sutterfxelcl Kay Tabor Benny Don Taylor Gerald Tavlor Wllllam Warren Taylor Walter Taylor Randolph Terry Rex Thurlklll Annette Thurmon -l TOmmy TuCk61 Ralph Tu ker Robert Vin Hook Mbufred Vmu Ceceluwaxd Chazles Ward James Wald Leonird Ward VlIglD18 Vkald John Warren Joe VK llhamson Charles WIIQIJH Zoe Wltt LaMarr Womack Preston Wood James Woodul Raymond Yarbrough Marie Zwahlen df ghf Lou une WHXILD Jllllmy Weedmfln JL nn Vkelch Patsy VK ekh Johnny Wesson D 1x1d Whitlc V Lowxs Wh1t'1kQ1 Phxllls Whlte Ann Whmngton Ex olxn Vhlkmson Bntty Ann Wllllarns Davxd Vhlllamson 7 Nur' . li:-Q ,Q , Senior officers are James Edward Tinneil-vice-president. Buddy Renter-president, Margaret Hamilton-secretary, and Nancy Heard-treasurer. Class 0fHcers i Junior officers are Rudy DuVa11-vice-presi dent, Peggy Wright-treasurer, George Barnes- president, and Georgia McKinney-secretary. I Us li Sophomore officers are Lewis Whitaker-vice president, Larkus Pesnell-president, Barbara Hyde-secretary, and Sandra Moore-treasurer PERSONALITIES if L 'W , 3. . x A 1. ,f .Y -' , . f 1 a I ' V 'Q E 4' 5 . 3, E - 1 . I ' "Pm i if 3 ...., X . M I f : ..- ,1 - l' .. ,,, 41 .. ' , . .... I, J" A' 4' . ' ." V , 5 ' ' , . .4 W - ' V ,ffa 51,731-'-' -- ' ' V I x . V... 4"'x.-Q ' V Jw',.n'V" "'-ifrh... . . I .. .iw-,.,-.iw-1"""' 'ffwa 4n,,5w" X Ju A' ,f LA, 4' Then as now personahty talent wlt and brams were mmportant and appearances were Just as governed by fads Now the pompadour has been exchanged for the Italian cut and the :nous taches and sxdeburns for crewcuts or ducktaxls but the scmtlllatlng sparkle of wit talent and beauty ln any school could never be substituted Miss FHS SHADIE RUSHING Mr. EHS 'Qu-3 'Cv' L 'Y 'fs' wp, Pat Coley Donna Lou Heath LOU Lambert QDQ v N X. Jo Ann Parker Helen Taylor Jack Bumson T0m Colvm Runners-llp CD in ,-,I ...af J1m HQHIIH Buddy Reute1 Dlckle Maxg V f 1 g1-L51 , 1 . ' V NJ g bf gf fi 3 G f - X Beauties Gail Cunningham Judy Downtain eww YYAYQXS Q9 Handsome.: I ITE. 'QF wg. . . 4: Yla- Paul Lecky James Ed. Tinnell .L ff? 1 o ' 0 I ' ' ' 0 0 John Ed Freeman, friendliest boy, most talented boyg Ronald Anderson, most intellectual boy, Mary Ruth Dobie, most intellectual girlg Buddy Reuter, most popular boy, boy with best physiqueg Alyce Patterson, wittiest girl, Bobby Bates, best boy athlete, Shadie Rushing, best girl athlete, best all-round girl, girl most likely to succeedg James Ed Tinnell, best boy dancerg and Charlie Nolan, best all-round boy and boy most likely to succeed. ea Ines n ea ines Diane Alley Editor-in-chief Mary Ann Cole, Linda Cross Managing Editors Helen Taylor Feature Editor Arlen Hall. Carleen Harris, Ann Hamilton, Madrey Cotrell, Sue Tolbert. Delores Kennedy Make-up Editors Dickie Mays, Bob Phelps Sports Editors Jimmie Hargett Exchange Editor Daphna Ann Daniel, Mary Jones, Judy Downtain, Gail Cunningham. Carmen Newsom, Carolyn Hoffman, Marolyn Moore. Carolyn Moore. Sara Spooner. Barbara West Ad Solicitors Published bi-weekly during the school year by journalism students of El Dorado High School at El Dorado, Arkansas. Distributed free to all stu- dents of El Dorado High School, advertisers, and former students of high school. Entered as second class matter October 22, 1929. at the Post Office in El Dorado, Arkansas under act We i of March, 1899. Printed by El Dorado News-Times Publishing Diane Alley, editor of the Hi Gusher con- V fers with Linda Cross about next week's CO1'npany. stories. Sl rt. Carleen Harris and Delores Kennedy study the technique of page make- Ad girls, Mary Jones, Judy Downtain, Carolyn Moore, Marolyn up. Moore, and Barbara West start for the downtown stores. Annuai-editors, Helen Taylor and Arlen Hall, listen to in- Sagve-ediforsi-loo-lefoire-rrnew -assigxirhei-tis. structions given by Mrs. Frank Jenkins. sponsor, while Tillie Diffie wanted to be in the picture but Shadle Rushmg looks Un' she couldn't-she was taking it. The Ml cat Staff Takes A Bow My :ti i V 2 Arlen Hall Helen Taylor The staff of the 1955 Wildcat has worked hard to bring this record of school life to you. We hope you enjoy it. Working with the editors, Helen Taylor and Arlen Hall, to make this annual possible have been Daphna Ann Daniel, Gail Cunningham, John Ed Freeman, Stacy Wright, Rosemary Gaffney, Pat Coley, Linda Cross. Diane Alley. Bob Phelps, Dickie Mays. Shadie Rushing, Ann Hamilton, Liz Owens. Joy Hanna, Carleen Harris.. Mary Ann Cole, and Nancy Bishop. Charles Cawley, Jim Yates, Diane Holloway, Mary Carroll, Shadie Rushing. Dickie Mays. and Bob Swilley have been responsible for the excellent photography. 1 5 - .... - af Wh-ZS' i f t "?a.,ii, fa, 1- Wf- . f y -Q30 A,-'Eg , .3 " , 'w mug-ip '. v 1: 32-115, 'Q , :za g if 4 vbiyli 1 ' s ' . ff .1 fa- , , u fat, V.-4 - if I , ' f A The business managers ot the Wildcat invite you to turn the page and look through hope you will do business with the firms who have been kind enough to buy an ad Olll' SMART FASHION L ST El Dorado 'Q UD on the Q51-03' 'Mb ,416 'NM FU 'S as Q '25"Z5s'5X it Q "' iiivsll n eg' Q Xi gigj ' fa?" --:S ' 11115 'Qs 'iw , 'I f Q 'al' GQ J its ,C YC O keep the-lr sovlal standing with 0lll' llldrt PBSSBS F 5 ' 3 'E Hof Q ll if 4.4 'av ,i W if i " s u uv A va vu - Poqe 108 . iz' P 1 g. AUAI 31 1 - ffgffd :P A , Ax5"x -W! 5 S 'mv 31,-1 1 ll iz' . 'Q -4 -.8 E Ei ,. 'fi' :P 1. ,. X92-FW, ,A s viz: -Qi: Q .. 2475 -- 'Q . ---- ,Q gl -. 1 0 , S ' fc :N -a 54 Sf ,' , ' n . Q" vw O ' ' . " Q i :si 5 .K Y Q f Q at Y Q 14 1 Q 9 3. K ffgvoggy. ,,,,. V. A fl I 'g A K Q Q . Q P 5 Bishop Bros. Motor Company DeSOTO and PLYMOUTH Phone UNlon 3 3239 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Cliff's Mens Shop The Besf af Popular Prices JARMAN SHOES RESISTOL HATS CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Sam M Richardson Drnlhng Con+rac+or and Producer 3l7 3l8 Murphy Building El Dorado Arkansas Parker Muslc Co 2I3 N Washmgfon Phone UNlon 3 3700 El Dorado Arkansas Everyrhmg m Musuc and Applrances THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of El Dorado Arkansas Capitol ond Surplus S2 OOO OOO OO Member of Federal Deposui Insurance Carporahon 1 Page 109 ll o ll . l I . ' O l I .Qs isp fig ,L , , . . . CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS STAR CLOTHING HOUSE EI Do odo A ko sos CURTIS KINARD Oil Operator BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 55 I r,rn I The American Supply Corp Whoes l Dstrbt Industrial Mull and Plumbing Supplies l304 Ea l'l'lll b EI Do ado A lca sa POBo 07I McQUADE S Shoes for the Entlre Family EL DORADO MAGNOLIA Congratulations Senuors George Morgan Pontlac Company '9PoNTIAv Yfwz., Wheelrng Pape Lune, Inc Transportation of Petroleum Products Phone UNo 34I63 P O Bo 0 I l ae l i uor f-' I s I s oro r , r n s l . . xl Phone UNion 2-3406 I I in - . . x 27 Aflnm-me find' - 'mf A 115 R..- Carolyn and Addxe studymgo Bob Elllott 8. Son Jewelers EI Dorado Crossetl Arkansas OLD HICKORY FAMOUS FOR FINE BAR B Q Phone UNron 3 aaoz smackovef H.ghway ' s' Mrs Anthony takes Terrys money for a EASY TO CARRY HOME Coca Cola Bottling Works of Southwest Arkansas delxclous meal from the lunch room National Bank of Commerce EL DORADO ARKANSAS Courteous Banking Service Member Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporation , riff W 73 eq-1252 Page 112 wi' if R"'f-ti-mf , so - i '23 -. if ff v if rh 1, I ff - - ,...f Y- D 9 'Q o Q 5 "4 an l,.'-- , l 45 "4 I 1' O 1l'l:"f' - X1--Q The Gloss House ORCHIDS TROPICAL GARDENIAS PLANTS P O Box 6 EI Dorado Arkansas Mrs Steven s Candy Phone UNson 2 2682 ISOO BIocIz IOII N WesI' Ave I Laneys Body Shop A H LANEY Owner AUTO BODY REPAIRING PAINTING WELDING 9I6 E HlIIsboro Phone UNuon 3 6842 Dancing Wounds a winner . . . Singing I-Ielen's a winner . . . but the others just also ran! Congrotulotuons Sensors The Home of Finer Dcury Products 1 MA' Jones 8: Rochelle THE FINEST IN CLEANING AND TAILORING Corner of Cedar and Jackson Hall Drug Company PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS BABY GOODS COSMETICS CANDIES "On 'Ihe Square" Phone 3 8I7I EI Dorado I I n II ' ' ll I . . , THE EXCHANGE BANK AND TRUST CO J Carroll 81 Davis Cate 208 East Elm Phone UNion 3-97I9 Griffin Pharmacy PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Phone UNion 3-6155 Garre++ Ho+eI Building United Credit Jewelers Randolph Hotel Building EI Dorado Arlcansas Arlcansas Largest Crecllt Jewelers Phone UNlon 33609 Everything Electrical Appliances Television Motor Repairs Construction Air Conditioning Fagan Electric Co , Inc I I6 W Elm Phone UNlon 3 5I58 CONGRATULATIONS West Brothers HOME OF BETTER VALUES El Dorado Arlza nsas Bass Clark Lumber Co TO SERVE YOUR LUMBER NEEDS -1-li NATIONALLY KNOWN LOCALLY OWNED Gmane LU H REP QUEEN CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS EI Dorado Water Company . . l . . O ll .. I I T- 5,1 - fl 41 , -Illia n 'f T' 'T " VIN '1ATl TUIDI A'fH INL CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Hospital Pharmacy Ph. UNion 3-8l03 500 W. Faulkner EI Dorado, Arkansas W. ROLAND GILES BEST WISHES SENIORS John A. Jackson PHOTOGRAPHER Phone UNion 2-2I92 IIO N. Jackson EI Dorado Arkansas CONGRATULATIONS McCrory s 5 'IO 25 Your Variety Store In EI Doraclo IOI North Jefferson CONGRATULATIONS 4-44-4 SENIORS The Home of ROTHMOOR 5 COATS AND NEW YORK SUITS STORE Kavana ugh Motors off? EL DORADO ARKANSAS Bullock s Restaurant F7 'ANI IHWQ 'S 52 ff A GOOD PLACE TO EAT COMPLIMENTS OF Brown Dowling Company INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Mrs Bmmxe Rogers is caught off guard as she teaches her sophomores Englxsh l if I I , Emi - - wg . l l: 1 'III I u ?, fc A7 SX X ' r 1 R--at I ., 1:440 0 Q? YOU LIKE IT! IT LIKES YOU! . up - ' ,mf IU' . - Electric Bottling Works 3, A coke break as ln order after studymg for exams The Fabric Centre SILKS WOOLENS COTTONS RAYONS PATTERNS DRESS TRIMMING LACES 307 Earl' Mann S+ree+ EI Dorado Arkansas Brooks ond Jean Lumber and Supply Company Rodlo Enterprises, Inc TfTIT'D III EL DORADO ARKANSAS CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Coleys Food Service FEATURING A PARADE OF FINE FOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES Thxs ns Charles Iand camexal El Dorado Monument Works WE BUILD FOR THOSE WE LOVE AND REMEMBER Phone lINlon 3 8420 or 3 9404 EI Dorado Arkansas IIII fTITflPlI5f5.IIIf. Y. L I I I ' ' ll UUIIUU. IIKIIISIS , I I . , These are our engineers I?I Carter Book Store Your Heaclquarfers for SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES TEEN-AGE JEWELRY GIFTS AND STATIONERY Timmins Hardware 81 Furniture Co. I I3-I I5 N. Cleveland Phone UNuan 3 7I04 YOUR WESTINGHOUSE DEALER EI Dorado Arlcansas CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Watson s Dress Shop EI Dorado Arkansas Mules Feed Company Wholesale and Refanl Dlsirlbulors Telephone UNlon 3 4626 607 S Washmg+on EI Doraclo Arlcansas CONGRATULATIONS sENloRs PETERS DRUG Phone UNlon 3 5l27 3I7 Norfh Jefferson EI Dorado Arla nsas EI Dorada Lumber Company U M B QUALITY BUILDING MATERIAL EI Dorado Arlransas Phone UNlon 34l3I Special English un I hard is 11? Ask Mary Ruth Charles or Ralph BEST WISHES RANDOLPH CLEANERS E B Garrett Company We Make Your Home More Lwable THE HOME OF FINER FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Charles and Rosemary work hard on the Thespxan sei QUALITY NEED NOT BE EXPENSIVE at Sterling Depo rtment Store IO9 III West Mann Street HERE IS WHERE YOU CAN FIND EVERYTHING FOR EVERYONE RANDOLPH HOTEL EL ooRAoos LARGEST ADAMS FLORIST Phone UNlon 3 8l36 KDMS I29O on Your DTQI voice OF THE MID SOUTH I EL DORADO SMACKOVER I I Wright Kung Olds Inc I20 Rowell S+ree+ EL DORADO ARKANSAS Dual UNlon 3 5l48 I T097 X-...X WHERE YOU PAY LESS FOR THE BEST ATHLETIC SPORTING GOODS JOHNSON MOTORS Hollywood Cleaners 81 Tollors EXPERT SHIRT LAUNDRY IO6 S Jefferson 930 S Washmg+on Rex and Bobs Tlre Shop ISIS E I-llllsboro Box I408 Dual UNlon 3 9497 EI Dorado Arlcansas HEADQUARTERS FOR THE GENERAL TIRES ALLEY S Randolph Sporting Goods P.O. ' ' - I f I Schaaf Clothing Ca. CATERING TO MEN WHO CARE FOR QUARTER CENTURY" 208 Soulh Washinglon Ave. EI Dorado, Arlzansas Woody's Grill BEST HAMBURGERS IN TOWN VISIT US ANYTIME Harper s Pharmacy PRESCRIPTION CENTER Phone UNIon 3 bI74 Murphy Bldg EI Dorado Ar People s Furmture Smaclxover HIghway Phone UNIon 2 34l7 SELLER JEWELER MURPHY BUILDING Brown Motors CHRYSLER e PLYMOUTH 4I0 N Wes? Avenue Dial UNIon 3 8l8l Spanish u somenmes lughly amusmg to Jodxe Mahony Robert Hooper and lly Bruce Blevms A man s reach should exceed lus grasp -so say Browning and Mxss Crook I ' ' Co. .- , II. ' - I f PI I S? as 'Nt Yf'!g A V I2 X Bi -. .0 .' . . . . DAIRYETTE Besi' Obfainable in HICKORY BAR B Q an GRIFFIN AUTO co FROZEN DESSERTS 2005 N Wesi Avenue UNlon 3 3I0l El Dorado Arkansas WE NEVER CLOSE f X I The president and hu hrs! lady Buddy and Jo EL DORADO ARKANSAS EI Dorado Insurance Agency IN S U R A N C E CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS I08 W Mann Sfreef Dual UNuon 3 8l84 El Dorado Judy harp: Juamy Hl illl!0 mmd. ELDORADO FOUNDRY Dual UNlon 3 4107 Congrotulotions Seniors Arkansas General Ice Company ESCOUBAS CLEANERS EL DORADO ARKANSAS Unlon Investment Company Inc MUTUAL FIRE AND CASUALTY INSJRANCE OF ALL KINDS Cong rotulotlons Seniors TH E TOOL ROOM Southern Wood Treaters nc PRESERVATION OF POSTS POLES LUMBER TIMBERS FROM DECAY AND TERMITE ATTACK UN 3 Best Wnshes DAVIDSON S ESSO CENTER Tally H th F N th Ph Ip CONGRATULATIONS ALSOBROOK S I ' . I I . I El Dorado, Arkansas P. O. Box 2ll Dial ion -7979 I o e ox? o. e e s ' '75 ,. YWWRN-. s I an A LION GUUD NEIGHBOR , , HJME FJZW5 lIUHUIlCUH1PHHU I A L ll ll I I I , El Dorado, A k Makers of Naturalube Motor Uil - Knix-K U I nyl Gasnlmes Heat Resnsting Lubricants 1 Murphy Corporatlon AND Deltlc Farm 81 Timber Co , Inc EL DORADO ARKANSAS HANNA Furniture Company QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY II2 W Mann Dual UNlon 3 6l93 Mxss Marian Cox shows Ralph and Troy the correct technique m the chemxstry lab Terry, The Jeweler Established I876 Elgin WATCHES Hamilton CONGRATULATIONS Clark and McWlllla ms Enterprises RIALTO O MAJESTIC SKY VIEW DRIVE IN WE SERVICE ALL MAKES the Motto of McDavld Buick Co Located at 420 N West Ave Phone UNlon 3 8l54 IS THE HOME OF NEW AND USED CARS ll ll O I 0 . I I I ll 'I C O . ' 'eg 1 fn ' I 'ig-X-we .1 , , g ,i .ity-A - -A - 4 . -f-"-"Wifi A , El Dorado, Arkansas f IIIIC CII ' 4 - " . I . HEARD MOTOR COMPANY Best WIshes Semors T55 IP' K LADIES READY TO WEAR RV' , EI Dorado Pape and Supply S +h W DRILLING AND PRODUCING Th P Ply 1 JY 9 BEST WISHES SENIORS T P MARKS COMPANY THE FINEST IN SERVICE un, E L I N s X !.l " ' - " fessqff -NJ, -I H - u I' I 'iII'Yg'W..IIA' I I .X 'I I I 8 " 1 5 Nu i Y' ,4 k is k. ,J , 'V . X-iff: U I all if I ' 726 ou ashing+on G- S - I 1+ A If f ' 1 ' A . EI Dorado, Arkansas Ia f AN es ian a cas en'o ' l'f . O I Reed s Body Shop 24 HOUR WRECKING SERVICE U E D P A R T S Phone UNxon 3 405I or 3 7847 l40I Quaker El Dorado Ark GARRETT HOTEL and Coffee Shop Jumon take m cash ai cake sale Now a Motor Oll GUARANTEED To Save Gas F SUPER UHIIB Pan Am By reducing mfernal engnne fnchon and by sealing plsfons hgh? agalnsi power loss Pan Ams Super Permalube Mo+or Oil saves gasolme Up fo TWO GALLONS ln a fankful And guaranfeed by Pan Am and your neughborhood Pan Am Dealer 9 Zu -f r , R Q - BOOSTERS Mr and Mrs Wayne Anderson Mr and Mrs J M Bates M1 and Mrs I E Blanks Bert Cone Mrs D J Dungan Dr and Mrs J F Clark Vernon Clalg Eddle Glo11a Claudxa Ca10lyn Dr and Mrs H1lery Hanna Mr Jue Mook Red Fred Buzz Pat Lou Daud Ellen B111 Doyne Meeks Gladncy Tmnell Mrs Ell1e Schultz Speers and Cunmngham B111 and Ada11 Carl Hurst Gordene and Delores Jean and D1ck1e L1brary Club Mr and Mrs H E Wa11en Wallace Darden Mr and Mrs J E GQJOdWlH Mr and Mrs Harry Porter Sr Hammond Brothers Tlre 81 Battery Service II7 Locust Street Dual UNlon 3 4646 OPEN 24 HOURS BOOSTERS Jack and Lmda Porte1 Mr and Mr and W1ldcat and and and and and and Mrs C E Coley Mrs R A Franz Snack Bar Jerome Nunnally Jesse Bates E S Marxcle A H Pesnell By1ne C3ItGI Mrs Mrs MIS Mrs Mrs Mrs Ellen John Ed Pat Davld Lou B1ll Carleen Buzzv BOOSTERS J M Freeman S L Gladney B111 Golder Sr J E Goodw1n E S Gunnels C E Hambleton J E Harper J E Harrxs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs L C Hearln R L Heath Dennls B H1ll Huston Hodges W C Holloway J W Hunt Jr J R Goodman R B Hurst and Mrs Ross Jenkms Sr J M Sld6S C R Strmgfellow F L McDoWe Van McLean F H Moore L B Nash Floyd Newson R C Nolan T A Parker Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs and and and and and and and and and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs T J Ponder Mr and Mrs Herbles Theory Class Rosemary Dlane Nancy Nona Carol Mr and Mrs F C Goodman Mr and Mrs Carl Andrews Mr and Mrs C D Allen and Mrs and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs and and and and and and Mrs and and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs C D Allen J E Burroughs Burson Coley Cottrell Cross Dean Dettenhe1m 3fmrf1r1UL",.3 Harold Durlo H A Evans G R Freeman E J Murdoch Lloyd Reuter J H Sheehan Frank Jenk1ns McCord W C Wood J W Rowe Barbara Meeke John R Alley Charles and Arlen Mr and Mrs Clark Buchner Mr and Mrs T A Grunden Clark Buchner and Glenn Spears Mr and Mrs J A West Mr and Mrs H Duvall Abb1e Judy Lucy M1m1 Mr and Mrs H Dur1o Rev and Mrs R D Elders Lou and DlCk16 Paul and DIXIG Judy Ellen Mary Lou Allce Vlfglnla J1mm1e Sara Mr and Mrs Herbert Cagle 46 ' ' ' ' ' Mr. . - Mr. . ' ' ' ' Mr. '. . . ' ' ' ' Mr. . . . Mr. . ' f Mr. . . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . . Mr. . ' , . Mr. . V. . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . C. . Mr. . . . Mr. . A. . 4 Mr. . . . Mr. . O. . Mr. . . . Mr. . C. . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . J. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hawkins, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. H. . Dumas Mr. . . . ' Mr. . Mr. . . . Mr. . . . Mr. . ' . ' Mr. . . . Mr. . Mr. . . . Mr. . . . , Jr. Mr. . Mr. . . . , . Mr. .. . . D Mr. . . . Mr. . Mr. . . . Mr. . Mr. . ' , . Mr, . . . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . ll . Mr. . Mr. . . . . . Mr. . . . . . . . Mr. . Mr. . . . . . . . Mr. . . . .. . . I I xobxem I-'rom The Cutting Room F aor N Z2 '5 SN. Q' N901 MN' 22222 M649 Dancmg Spamsh studenis perform 1n as- The cast of the Thespxan play Angel 9 s dass And the big for victory - We set out to record the Progress of fifty years, but perhaps among all our buildings and school life nothing shows Progress as much as our activ- ities. They offer Progess in associa- tion, in honors, in publicity, in gov- ernment. in entertainment. and in education. We hope that you all have enjoyed our accomplishments of the past five decades and that 1955 will be remem- bered as the beginning rather than the end of fifty years of Progress. vl 's-I , xg, h ' Q? . k f alll! I X- ex Z IT PAYS TO PLAY H 81 V Sporting Goods, Inc IO9 Easf Cedar Phone UNlon 35650 EI Dorado Arkansas S Clark runs xnierference for Joe as he car nes mjured Ronxue Georgxa Nelson John Ed Gml Buzzy Sarah and Daphna Ann say Anyhme IS hme for a party Coats Suits SWANSDOWN FASHIONS Morrls and Company McWllIla ms Hardware 81 Furmture Co HO FINE FURNITU Gnllnam Bros Ready Mixed Concrete Company EL DORADO ARKANSAS Telephone UNlon 3 4344 Page 113 X , w ' Homeor We A ' .K All msg IS THE ME or RE ' ' CONGRATULATIONS EI Dorado Furniture 81 Carpet Company TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU A good ploce To go for Brands you know FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES QUALITY SHOES Duggar's Shoe Store RAND, POLLY DEB, POLL PARROTT North side of the Square Latnmer Northside Pharmacy REGISTERED DRUGGISTS Prompty Delnvery Phone UNvon 3 7IOI B W REEVES 81 COMPANY Establushed an I879 DEPARTMENT STORE House of Good Clothes featuring NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS Renter throws Camden s Jordan for loss as Mays comes up to help m annual Thanks g1vmg game Page 114 NDW... d'Y12+ Oh im- 5 FI . fllgfrnli AV .J If "Qi ' v4f-LJ 1 S P 0 '93 Q Cffz QS! ,CQ fnaxgo 9 XR' 40168 S ,JJ fy ,Qh 0 Y 905220 S .Q E 1 W fl, .AWP J X 1 1 'e 1 I


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