Eldorado High School - Talon Yearbook (Eldorado, TX)

 - Class of 1941

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Q Aww-- 0 v- h , 6 W M 0 , WM, 1 I W---Q -- W- QM - 40' mQ - , 4fL ,,, , ,,--,sq B A If 4- , -9 -9- O 3 N -Y C-+--iZ"!'ldi4 Z,-N140 109 School we !oueJ'I8H'gd,'goa57l 'fo youifv,-,,-,-Q ? +f 1 f - A f- -4 QM e5, M I - Y bmi - i ,pg 'D QV--.1 RHCHEL FORD -EDITOR-IN-CHIEF SHRHHHILL 2-A SSISTANTEDITO1 Swim COFPUBLISHERS PUBJSHED EY STUDENTS GF ELDORADO HYGH SCHOOL J Lucwi Bu E MBNA ER 3 E QTUNES U1 ORTS EDITOR RUTH Howl-:LL SPONSOR il HE EDITCDRS SAY This fourth volume of The Talon comes to you crowded with pictorial memorles which vnll be ma e more t1E3SU.16d Wlth the passing of yeals d b an appreciation for our great heritage of democ racy As a staff we have endeavoi ed to set forth the Hrst p11nc1p1e of democracy that of xx oi king together toward accomplishment RA EL FORD E it mCh1ei SARAH HILL Assistant Editor 'Z K! M Mggazfff 'fir Ma It has een our aim to mingle with these memories C ., Ly' 4 PMP! 4 , WM Q., x 1 N ' iFg,i,., V ...Q Q, ,Q DEDICATION 7 We, in an atiempt io show our pride and ap- preciation for his sincere and understanding atti- tude toward students. his qualities as a true friend, an exponent of good sportsmanship and genu- ine manhood, dedicate the H1941 TALONH to DAVE VVILLIAMSON ii VW ' 1 UW -0-' 1-r-3 YQ1---- ff I 0 , K5 fb W Q Lx QQ V 5 ,ff f PLM '5 X Q 'S' O f W A Awe PWM Y Rave We IeaDemoCYaCy of Ke ff 34255553 Wig Respecf f not Earof dlffhorlfixf a wrtue ofa democracy FHIIULTY ...Aff inf ' I ,' ,VJ kk' 725- . 5 af - V75 f ' W 4- . W: it A V Q, ...H ,ifsgmaf 5 Q' Q ' FL 3 I W ' ' X . 2 5 , ' , N J QQ ' -'R' -1-fs ,, 5 H x .L sr l , J' 5 'j - 4- . T J' I Q . J .,I: ':L If .4 ,if--., vxvq Z -:Z- ,5 ' H N, f ' u 1 'Q f "'l:, K - . "Wf"'1,,f:3. A P , X f I E55?f??' ' f A " A ,fffd 2- V. . 5 V 3 ' o i A S2 ., Gfj f cfff much more efficient, if the call does come DAVE YILLISHSOT to do our patriotic duty to our country Superintendent of Schools OUR EDUCATIO AL AIMS To prepare the individual for an acitve participation in the com unity. To prepare the individual for college or vocational work depending on ability, interest and economic status. To help the pupil attain a well rounded existance, both in school and in after years, by presenting a balanced pro- gram of extra-curricular activities as well as curricular. To train in such a way that it will help the student to attain the desirable goal of self discipline. To give to the tax payers the most poss- lble for their money. To give to the nation good ggggggggg. M4 mm ,4jQ,,,4 MLKVWLLN M256 QM 3 59.271 M, regular tasks in full confidence y so doing, we are really serving the nat best teachers, arrange the best curricu continue to make definite plans for the future President Roosevelt is quoted a saying, 'le must have well educated and ment in dealing with the difficult problem of today balance and stay with the normal routine of our educational life We will then be The need of cooperation between all factors in a school is necessary in order that the school may run smoothly. A school system should have coherence and unity. Without these elements there is confusion, dissatisfaction, and sometimes disintegration. With them there will be harmony of effort and efficiency in re- results. We believe that the Eldorado Schools have been fortunate in possessing these elements, From the above, we would them say that there ue, are several factors involved in producing a good ia? school system. Not alone is the schoolboard, or the teachers, or the superintendent, or the Jr gif parents, working alone or independently of each 1 ,T other, above to produce a good school system. It a is only when all four of these factors work to- gether harmoniously that a good school system results. The schoolboard of the Eldorado Independent School District has as its principal obj- ective the fusion of the four factors into a coherent and smooth working school from which will come a better educated, happier group of ' -. young Americans . LESLIE L. BAKER Secretary of Board Q V BQARD OF TRUSTEES OF ELDORADO Dick Lawhon ------- President of Board I Jess Koy Q Q ' Leslie Baker ------ Secretary of Board N' Ben Hext glqtii 5 T. K. Jones - ' Dick Bearce . I. H. lullett I " Q ' Harlan Fade u - I - - 1...-A...-,,.,-,, , .....,,,...Y. ,, , ,, 7.-:W 1 Mme, ,-..-e.. ..,, , ' Y: , ,wma-ge:--e.U ,.,,, -......,....-.....,.,..-.,...,. ,......- -......,...... HUF? 'VEFHIHEFQE Whmfnq e1arnp5e,fedCfZ Ofemocrafruc prmcfpffs 60 ui J -1 fe .0 K Sh lt II eaki SQQSMW Q' LCauthes get-7111 Hist y and Co ch Cfmme Ci 1 H fi SP lAg ch A O . X JPQX' -.- 1 Iris 5 J. O. He 11 u -' -HK t' ., fox .K J x, Bettie L. Garrett xy' , X 'om m n Ve ' ..., JJ X. N - I SJ 4 N as J ,J' Ax s fp: N eekxeexp X r - , I X V 5 e X ' ,- f Nui! Y I A R, , ry- 1- Mar ar len an 0 - r a ee John C2Tf1CO Tan etryo To S ndprson S.. Sp n1sh mos up lH uth Yowell tl d oacl ngllsh Dorothy Wllke Librarlan S Opal Stribling 'hyslral vducation fcfucaivon IS an essenfzaf part of a cfemocrac ELFIEEEE C I 4 ..,, . 7 M? I A A 1 5 jk I '54 if ff ? 4 ' 1 Ilrtheriu 'X ff Hikaoiwrii, ', wel - wx End Vice- '1 :1 '-ni .A.n1h3, wj.' I 2' "r f: jf bl. 3 James F. Huggins J , . R. X, xx, Jwo Kuckctt 1.11-11"--Poplllrl' zvrsifkuit I 313-i t iflll---',1O Study ,L X j ,AX vtrolnnm Engineer f ' ' f ' iftg' vt 'feitfs U. , x , 1 V., ,.-..... w'-'w' I V,v ,A F If as i ' V, -" ' f ' , 1 x LT? 445 -:elf N I lx! Jef' 1 1 - 'I X .H-J' ,' v,g 31 gKLQQ??1 7 ff XL f X , ,,fXQf"'jbQ Q K V 1 A Q, H' 0 -, ,f ' -f ah --.1 " - Sy! R? Xt 3 Y XXX, 1 "A ' ws N 1 Y Wilszfm ' zzgfe " iome-G"--Tfnndsome Vice-f resident Pmbiti-'me-To receive an efucatimn Floyd Spurgers "Sweethen1't"-- HiSChiCVfHlS Class Reporter Ambition--To become a great musician fiactel Ruth Fioflgers "Ff2r'y"--flemure Cl rss Secretary Amlvitirm--Interior flecorctor S. ET. Jones "Tug-T502t"-- Athletic 'iusiness Ilzfnager Ambit ion-- Geologist w Q 1k , Senior Sponsor IJ yovwnv oodu--Uhiv wbition--To design nnd sol? elusive dress models 0 n L 6 14 25354 ,5:g,.x,a2g,,9 0 I i L fa? l I .i C+ 'l ,hf , A . hqicwfipgfj .10 'wi ' Lypt J Delbert Qdmiston 7 y 0 Ufurrn--Unconcerned Qi!! 1 Pmbition--Rancher f Www! Neva Jo Steward HDuchessH--Talented Ambition--To become an accomplished musician Mary Hoover HPrrthenaH--Attractive Ambition--Commercial Advertising in fashion ep'rtmeEg Abe Hillar Spot 'rankish Zydup 'Ambitious-To be an officer in the iff army awww' "Dickie-"--Likeable no Earnest Dickey personality Ambition--Engineer ' Rachel Ford uDenN--Bustling Ambition-- Dietician jjlfwjld SDU ' Vvh 1 JQZL ilk 7: 1 .N 9 f NU , A 7-yi: . ' .hifi . 1, x- 1. - Aja 4..1,,..:. ji? Y'.f'1 1'-fi x x!'21!'ifi.'11 X f,..c. v... , H Q .fag . S ' 4 4 1 + . ,., . , 4 4 I X 1 ' . A 'ix ev' 11, A' 'YQ' fy ' iff." U' 4 1 p X 4 , .K ,. l 1 , J A x N A lj 'w 'fruiii 'Wfivivni and M' 'fni 'Gusshf' Ambition Vining f 'James A. Griffin ,Q M Skeet W1tt5 Ambition'-Business Q:?5ger engmnvcx A A ,bf-' Yexuta Davbs ,, NV Hiinnieu--Qgllf' 35 Ambition--Se etqpy ' to an execugave A ,Jil xii fl Vy' f Ili. Q1 . - - - - - 4" ' rmT'1i1ox1 Shvvi Stars Tlrxivx' f , X Pvight Wiodvummxn A "Dorm P0Ck'l0S2:l . .NY ' 51412 WV 'ef' Cor ne Luedecke "Dimp1es"---Fast idioms Ambit iOl"l-f--Al'!'0fiCi0Dt secretary David Wil l 1 :amfi "Sparks" Congeninl Ambition, Mig lfmurlner Villiwfn 10' "Y'i11J11"' ,VV lg-vw1'V fun ,:xf1f1I'hP'Y Y-!'7'T!f?9S Iifwbinff Hfrnnu--Wrnhk Nmbififm-M--'rim tozwhnr Q f 1 . ,M A lx' Z I . A ., ,',ft .1 ,mxi n ,..Eng,. 3' Ambi t " N v . 5. S ,, QT P 3' n- emrking t Frank Iiendersfm "Baby Brother" Agreeable Ambition-- To make "Fran" happy Ixoh !inynn1d:: "Midnight 'A --xkxxi - -.n 1 .q .5.ml'lI 1011- - 'll :Ll-. 1 7 2104 4 W iff. 4n,,K f 'L lo '. :In Pl.:-.' fc -. v.v Jug. , ia? K Q '..'.A . . Dv vu Aa 'aff 711464, ' ' VI.. ln. rront odxrot AmiUb7C n 11 usinoss fdministrwtlon Janos furrus 'Jimu-uiushful Ambition--Fancher MW' L, John 'urrus Johnnieu--Calm Ambltlon--Rancher Ielen Thompson aronw--Aloof ,f Ambitio '-Business Aww gx J ,X ff' M jf' If Funny girl"--Serene ,eauty Operator Willard Uewlin H?iCn--NOD-StUd1OUS Ambition--To get out of school Billy Wilton Wee Billien--Juvenile Ambition--Rancher Dorothy Jean Burk HDotH--Sophist1cated Ambition--Interior Decoration ffff ,f iff "' tl r" ' M 5 -y UOFJ40 , ,,.: ,,v"" 'Q ,-. ffl . - A.,- "" ,. f' aff- . I 39 mfr - S1 I N -,x.f, A , v-:Ld ' ' k 5 Q ,Lind - w.-: .""i'fr3, i .1 L X - 1 A..ff-, -51 Q' .4 l -,,-1-""' '51 x,x.X tv 1lF' ff' ,404 UNIURE Sarah Hill, Preoident Trlon Staff, '40 Assistsnt Editor, '41 Prefs Cluk, '3O-'4OM'41 Choral Club, '?9w'40 - 'N Class Officers Earl Jeffrey fa, Sec.-Treas., '40-'41 F.F.A., '39 Glee Club, 'VN Tennis, '41 GCT 4 1-. 1 R. L. Carruthers gv. Sponsor , F ww? fu! F IQSJW xiflbvy Xxf, WA' , I ,I 5 ' Xxx Sjtifbfq V5 ',! -Q!! IW 2 X ve FJ 1' 1 0' ,VV 0g19Sby kjj Reporter, '41 5 CQ, Football, '39-'40 Basketball, '30-'40-'41 XJ Press Club, '41 Nb ' F.F.A. Club, Treasurer, '41 John Sidney Iilliams Vice-President F.F.A., '39-'40-'41 Press Club, '39-'40-'41 Football, Manager, '39-'40 Speech Club, Q41 '.gX I fx Clgrence Davis Al. F,F,A., '38-'41 Truck, 'SS-'40 Football, '40 Frances Pep Squad, '38-' Trlon Staff, '43-'41 Ensemble, '41 Press Club, ' CAsst. Bus. Mgr.l Thompson 40 aff wi 3Q-'41 'Betty Jo ryznt 2'- - -v--L Ensemble '4W-'41 Tep Sq 1, '38-'4W l Q6 41 Qres nb , .,,.,,- ' C '3S-'40 Billy Green, Jr. Football, '30-'40 'T-s F.F.A,, 133-v40 - rack, '39-'46 will Home HcSwane Footuall, '40 Band, '3C-'41 V,A,, '3S-'41 Track, '40 WWW .alllhl Tommie Davidson Band, '40-'41 Pep Squad, '3S-'4O Choral Club, '39-'41 ::IL- H.E. Club, '39-'41 Pauline Jones Pep Squad, CLeader '39-'40J '38-'40 Ensemble, '40-'41 Talon staff, '40-'41 Spanish Club, CPresidentD '41 B111 Matteson 5 u Football, '40 421,15 Press Club, '41 ,yy Spanish Club, ' s ' ' f 5 744 C S S, 'ie 'S 6-5 'MU W g Vivian Yates ,A 1 ,Haig UA, f'f!'vY1f' '2 f Wy' h. LV JQPCZ L,a-! ' lta Cheatham Pe Squaf, 'TN'-'4'X V. r'l frmb, 'arxfiiv .2, Club, 'T '09 Pete Rampy F,FAA,, '3G-'4l ,., aff!-4' Sybil Griffin ,' - Pep Squad '39- l juAL44D choral Club, '4l'41 H.F1 Club, Y4l-lTreaQurofD Geulah William: Vep Squad, '33-'40 Chorrl Club, '39 K. I, iflnd . ' Qqiffje ., rznkie Edmiston ley Ball, '39-'40-'41 I' 1 e Sousd, '3?- 39 H,E, Club, '3U-'41 Choral Club, '39-'41 fC-of-f6CQQ,4.4 ' ' wvd, Wilford Skelton -vw. 16,361 Footbfll, '3s-'4o F.F.A., '33-'39 2d,4,Q.j-ref clee Club, '39 Band, '39-'41 Janice Baker f Band, '40-'41 tha Pep S uad, '38-'39 4 chore? Club, '39-f41Zlf a H.E. Club, 'SC-'41 f . -'PMI' Choral Club, ' ss- Jewell Davis Transfer from San Antonio Band, '41 Press Club, '41 Volley Baikj 'El ' ichard Lee Davis ootball, 'a9-'4o . LW Traclg, '40 A wiv' ,Basket Ban '41 JMX, ' , F.:-'.A., '38:'41 ' Press Club, '30-'40 Wmgw Pep Squad, '38-'40 H.E. Club, '38-'40 Volley Ball, '39-'41 ,Milf X 'ip Dorothy Bruton iff Pep Squpa 'xi-'4w ,NQ H,E. Club: 'f:-'41 km4rJnJ Choral Club, 'CF-'41 Qjjy! Cgb Volley Ball, '41 Glenn Rampy 9.2 F.F.A,, ':f,441 Basket Ball ' B-nd, '41 ffm p L Bobbie S roul P F.F.A,, 'f7f'Y-'41 Press Club, '39-'4'N Football, 'RIT Basketball, "1" 7a Juanita Whit ley Chorzr 1 Club, '39- Pep Squad, ' 40 'ffllley Ball, '39-'40 ILE, Club, '39-'4 .JE db A1ou4lA9'i1A75 Mozelle Ilarlcslji M W P s fd, 3. 41 . 1 If ff P'?safflj"""', VW X ,LZ f may Mwjwyb TX' ' , I ' 'lv 52 fu! Lrg 1n1:1 Thompson MJ ,J -'52 Rep Squad, '39-'40 W W ,-ff' Choral Club, '39-'41 cp A 0 ,.E. club, '39- 41 f7,Vff1,f-25-,ffl Margaret Newlin U K 1 H.E. Club, '39-'41 A O6aA '3?- 4 Choral Club, ' 1 Pep Squad, '39 Lf, 41 ' Volley Ball, '41 pZ216'Z2Z5. A l Q3 . F.F.A, S-'41 Jolly Sample Bend, '38-'41 F.F.A. '38 Football, '38 Miha WW 'V vdtlh B11 Gree 'Track,'14o-'41 lf' , . . ?: Joy Sample Pep Squad, '3S-'4O Choral Club, '39- 41 Volley Ball, '40-'41 Band, '40-'41 ,. , rv, 1 - ' EDF DNDRE5 'ON fd? cffaf-Af Ayw fm!-ff MZ Ton B 1 'TG vfoni 7 7191-f ls. Q-K. K!- it 711 vt! Gra P Ovnrfwx OI 4? Q' sv--- X5 -7.444 4 f4Af4Jad qfzdkf Ac? ,,,,.7f1..,f-J J c 1e1J1 H1 torl n QQ!! La Verne Rod,er Sec Tre urer ,A K5 9:3 Kiss Margaret Denman Sponsor arg ,,v0Y!f'f7f57 ywmgb, ,yy IW' 4 Q., 'Q'-' 3' bf Q--+ ' C'---ffnm C. fpqtp Auf.. ,Ui .. I O wi., 'ON g, Melba Calcote 2' ' 5? , Ollie Alexander Perry Dean Burk Frances Calcote Y' i QQ? Otis Davin 'Qs X10 i...- Norma Jean Swroul Fay King 79 F. Robinson v7fM?y k XOXUJ U Yo of I '0- cr- n, li d J. Royster But 11 Mum! "5-4 ?-- 7? 6-.W Billy Jack Reynolds Dorothy Craig Mable Lee Parrent C. L. Martln ICN ...if bs... 'Xf 1 x. fw'HgLMU 3 is fi ' W FREEHMENBQ ff O ,,A 1 D1 Sarah Sweatt, Sec -Treasurer Tom Potter, President BOUWLG Barber, Vice-President , X Qgn. 66533, va we XV? Jane Davin f- .. U Q 'Sh Q?"""' iv Birdie Louise Jeffrey Douglas McSwane, Reporter Maxine Rampy Kiss Ruth Howell, Sponsor -me ,e , '1- L 'EZ' Q aL f 6 .Q - ,fs ,,f., , r , , V Robert Martin , Wanda Alexander 'K 1" Luke Thompson, Jr. NX Jimmie Mae Fvtton 'F mb 1' ' " Glenn McDonald .,,. Gcrrldine Sparks A- ,K v i , Jvvmif' KN 1 E326 42- N .Q "'!.1i1..E?r 'Q wif 5 0 " g . v 1 LV' f',, iffy -ici x J A WW XJ K ,R nf, L Winnie Jean Steward ,? 1 Ton Finochs -A W3 it 7 A Edna Luedecke 9 lilburn Clark Virginia Calcote Billy Eichholtz ...gat W'-Q. v, fyb 'bb 'Cf' Q 1 1723 , 1-W-+- unil lbw T' 3' A55 ' f r x ' 1 Virgini: Beck Pat O'Harrow 1 Maurice Smfge Tommie L00 Wilson Buck Whitley N WvFY Butler vJfXNk 93' 1 gy 09 W 1' if 5--"' 44" 105 1... -15: 'E' 'inf Qs W. A. Pointer Gertrude Sauer J. I. Davis Mary Virginia Griffin Teddy Bruton Ruby Lewis an . 5 I E5 gf .. a 1 . f y 4.4, 1 .7 ..-Sl' Fm -yi Q Q . -U .ff- E r 5 W, ' 5352 I--L an 1 1. Xxx, 3 4-U ,H X 1.,-,P Y 'Q . , ' . - X A.. s ' .. ' W ' 'pi-Clit " g "P A H fa 44P1' ffigf J A. H. '+L Z2 . f ef! I Q. ,, -5 . ff ,gp ... 1 ' in .y xii I4 s" 'H- V 4 Rum Hi Lonpamomlqlp 3T1C1f7'YIG7'YCffy Ylvdffy-"S md! to Cfenq ocracy I-:cfs vu-lu IN :Lou HIBH fx 'I 7 L . K W V . W ,M M, A A 1, M, ,,,-.L.,,--,,,, - . ,.,. ,.,4,,-i,,,g4.,...,,5,,-,-,-. A-. - AL, -.A..,.,,,.,. W' Y POPU LAR BOY MO S' 4 Vfwfygfmwff TALON QUEEN -gS,,..... nv -55' 'W-In -Q .ff -A jfqmfw Ck BEST ALL KUUN n-3 fs- 10' W7 W D Bowl AND Gnu! 5 m . gy 1 I 1 'U 1' ' L xq A 4, , - , A NH 'Z ' . N .r , :ff E, 21 ' .,, 'A' K sr'---.M ' 'S Nr. . 5 , -li.. J x V . X-vslfhfin ,. ' 4,1 Y " T fe" . i ' ' f' v Jia .. " A I ' 9 , Q' - hx 1 "" ' , 1. -f "' 'B 9 1' m'-J- U ' 5 - I 1, 'gm-x A -n 1 A., ff- 31 2: 1--.Ln -yaoffgst ,, - .Q c ., . , fx- L b . x . ' A." 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F J Gi ve X " Venit: Drvis Q Senior Cheerleader F ii, xii H .5 JL A if .1 r' ,Y , 'A X. P t .-' sg 7 i ri I Pl QQ gi S H E L E4 S H Ei Ei 5-N. fuzz" 1 ,sf 19 9 Q Q 'P 1 ,F A e ,, ' A Winnie Jean Stowvrf Band Major I'.:iLl',:1.1ee-.1 Cr wi.: .y Tcmd Hnjoretto -ir'1n1 Tim E1 Iifudgferil D 1.' Represeniaiive +I- fe 'UO Io PxU i 0 Ill 0 ll! and HU ITZ P G5 F In-1 E11 0 Ill r If LFS WIN! '1WOl'INI1- IU HEAONII LONII-NIDLRN :ZFOR LF M I If I1 Xlll Rbllll -we I J 5 flu -S I I Ol iulo laglu lm .ulh '1 Llexn xxctp our g tlu H so I7 E Q' 5 ra C' Z : .7 5 OI' TLCC Q THREE SEN zhugh has be o hoard to tale dut es of oea ona the h gh sch 0 been ca e 0 av abeance u Mo He f A a co ge E .-G of nday M B F by the scho e fo 'mer s as V t acher n ox -4 h-is nted a e choo oard dut 5 ere ua o nd b h D e te ,VII 5, n AGLE PLACE SIX PLAYERS I ALL DI TRICT TEAM ill te im mah thc week tn JUNI-A XXI! IlCIxl'P'I IIl'tlIIJtKI'IX b Q P S If Jonus .lx and Joe Iuckett x 1 cle-Ltul alternate Laixtain t lead the 1910 Eagle-. an gridiron uantaxt Both boys han Q lltmlix nfl 1 I all tht 'letters on th b 'nw 1 pits State Supeiwlsor M Ilan A Y l L 'tlullxna xibltu' ported fo 51 lmnl S on work outa and coach nt C P uthers and Huggins are L overtime drills to get the All condition for their rmtxal INSIIIK FUR WINIIIS Sl IIOOI 1 1 um X l mul MU zame with Crane With 5 letter men returning to 4 v Inn lsmumllx 1 X he M I U ,hm 8 he Fagle squad all boys are hu Imp for nlace onaihe starting, ll tha lu pf I N' Sweetheart PEP SQUAD BAND FOOTBALL 31...d mn A BANgUpT Arlnmv mr-u-r lo, 'lhun wel PIOY IJ SPI RI I its LLILILD , U I' II L SPONSOR G O D I Rodger Wins OV ante a cgzulax ning, lutlue Ilomunakc Q Llulr Iurn L I D A R W D d L fourth ILIILII I-1 t lmixsc x I e gmro22IntHlI1:1glllzI:IlIn tlfhllo, Clhzenghlp Pr1zew00Ien HXOIIIL lm oul ulll hum as voca ona agr eu ture n the Garden C ty schoo ong t Rankn is ea Y th 0 Bl 0 Ill 0 Ill s rap d y vt he the atter ear v nex J hn C 531.1 The new ban roon ea ng comp et on and early for ass wor art of t s xwek or ee a rector k d h nd B lc IDRS SELECTED F DR WHO S W'-I0 t connected with BS VV he 8 arhouee company Mr BXNID MI-NIH!-RS RKNII 1 -TYHIPEI 'IVHETYH9 NI 'TJ '11 lb' 1- HH H KI' BRAD! LIINIL 1 I-ne memlnr-. ul thL l High School Band mon p t v. lleaxt ole Ban! Braclx Hand tlinn we lull-te-tt uxcelxn Pluxr am Iln I Williams, us-xo Q edt llv The Sa mor class 'ly up-osen WIN SECO D I OZONA TOUR EYI .E .5 0 0 Q ::E I 'fb M -1 O I "1 B -SZ ' THEY sN0oP Wilson Page, Senior letterm: 1 buketball was among the layera geleqggd by the Qoaches ,Friends' Friends' Friends e 10th annual Ozona mvltatu We love OUP fllends aket ball tournament for :1-And ther love Uv uynamgnt honors page, an a1But when we put them in thu not quarterback and membn Column 1 the Eagles tennis team, wz THEY START TO IIIIW I I I gg point scorer for the Eagle -Sw Eff CLEAN gpp HER f the wrnamert, scoring almol FEET-v SELEGED pon ,UBLEW " INOTFQ 2 SIL HMB Y :foo U 1-sq A mv sara 9 R RQUPH xgq 'IIN Pml G' 45119 O U B' 'll Q fb M fb 6 fb Ill o 4 ' FROM THE BAND II2':,f1'gi,g, S E 0. F.F.A. Entries wa.. Local sum 1940 Eagles football team, al distinct fullback, Treasure of the 3 Senior Class and all round athlete, and Pauline Jones, Cheer Leader 'president of Spameh Club anll Ihiember of Volley Ball aquad were selected last Wednesday by popu ar election as the Best All Round Any football Boy everyday at '-I 30 "Oh Gosh I hope coach does Ina make us block and tackle to gelo Fat Stock Show Clark' Wool Lamb compo 0 M And Place First At San Angel San Angelo, Mar 1 bchleichm Eldorado, Feb 27 Wllbu tounty's Vocational Agnculture Freshman m Eldorado Bova led by Wilburn Clark, Eldo School, and a first year st rado FFA membex, won top hon the Vocational Agncultu ors m the Fat Fine Wool Lamh partment captured Brat Show at the 10th annual San An ond place in the singles -' i -3- if S ' I I 1 VY Y A 1 I l ' I P 'T .4 1 ' ' o 0 un or a '-X ' . I ' ' . -f . - 4, -A f H, M, GH vu A fo. rx. N1-:vuJ1.s GRANTED , . 4 2. 1 g 2 x ' ASS MES DU IES MONDAY 'H L ' ILEAVE OI" AIISENCE A tl F ' - H, M, if r en IC, 0. Nt-vills, vocational agri- . - 1 E A it I' ' - 1 culture instructor in the I-Ilrloraclo ' , . E' A ' 1' r ' th 1 i E, C S huul and army reserve officer, rs -- -.J I M I ,. VII ti I I AKTI I 1 iw-fl tlers Illia week 'Io rc- 5- T A I: t T 5.1 D L ' e i ir o port for active lluty at -Fort Reno, , ,7 f' F- -A 4 , ' , N 'ill. . S ll rl t Oklzxhfzma with the U. S, Army I , - gi: gi . W , ' . I , service in Ft. Reno, Olcla. a Remount. Ss-x-tive-. Ile was gy-:int -,-gg G, 3 I " I - - , ' I gr: l e ., 'ed :L It-ave of enlist-licety the local ' Q ' E, . ' - I ' S 1 mil July 1, lst-howl boa,-.1 xwflmltaay niphvmm Q 4 ' " 2 .1 ' 3 ' - I P, ' MY. Fitzhugh too. ox ,ll-ft hurt' Init S:ilx:rcl:1j.'. M11 Nl-. ,Q , .5 ,., -4 ' 1 i . V l . is ivills has a First Lir-utenant com- I Q1 V 'I 5- I , - -. , .' i II ' I I - II , , , , wnmt wiiu. rxman won' - 3' .- gf: , -f is , - - . ti I 1 l I Pictured above is 21 group --flX. A. mln-pm-tm:-nt with former ln- Hx TMI.. T H UN - - I, 9. L9 I , I iovs of the Eldorado lllgh School lstructor. O. E, Xt-vil'ls",jf :ol Q i-W :W A :f .I . A I l I "" S5 u i, 1 A 1' E 7 -4 I Q L if 55 ? if I1 QA Q 5 3 If .4 -V ' :L - af I Sfliigiii-'f',LL-967547-I 3 . . , . . . New nd Room--3 A -A , - - v.-4...1.....1,. ...mme vm-.Q em- N F h ' 'n E 5 - -1. 11 e Q -' , 5 -1 3 5 , 2 i 'L , . , A " .'. :I-IJ'-' l5-- ' ' " I' I I I I -. ' 1 : IA: Z I' E: if 1? TT E I if 5 E' 5 9 7 9' Q - . . 1 L If -ill ' '. I vl l - e 77 2 'Z573',55'iEi' ' .. ' i' 15 Q' -la - ?i"19iiff:'?g f15Eg:g t ' I' ' 'II 0 aI'I'I'0 A W , : f I. 5 If 3 Q 1 ij L 3 E -E 5 ' I .lane fn haw. Q m-m-nam hu the -I .1 3 Q, , Ph " I E 3' 1? if Z7 5 E, 3 H. 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I l I1 ima? S-2 ' ' Q I , . x 4 H FT -QA ' , , ., ' . . 5 E t I ' all gb? 'Q v N ' Q . v ' - ' - . ' xg I In 2 1 . 0 , -, - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' I , .Y . L ' . I ' ' D A A 1' lee many pomts as his neu ONBDACT pLAy , rv file Wuln lamb which eahe l A .,. . 7? demo fd g cannot emst wzfhozi Cooperaiwn CLUBS BV4 C I , 4 .-IQ 2: ,fn ' I IL' ' I ' a7 :f ' - K ' t f' v ! X ' ! O C C IIE? 1 is Jon Luckctt Business Manager UTa1on' Editor in chief HScratch0s Rachel Ford Editor in chivf HTa1onH Business Manager HScratche Sarah Hill Assistant Editor HTalon' Reporter uScrntchcsH S.E. Jones Sports Editor nTa1on Circulation Mgr. HScratc1o TALUN 5 TAFI' Billy Oglesby Assistant Bus. Mgr. UTa1onu Pauline Jones Assistant Bus. Mgr. NTa1onn Billy Wilton Assistant Sports Editor HTa1onH Ruth Howell Sponsor HTa1 NOT IN PICTURES Joycelyn Pruitt Lloyd Spurgers Jack Neill onfl 1 n lb- 'M ,Again Wi1S0n Page Editor 1H chief HScratrhesH Assistant Svortx Efitor HTa1onU Frances Thompson ' Assistani UNi1or Assistant Editor Katherine Moorf Business Manager Floyd Spurgers Sports Editor HScratchesH Art Editor HTalonH KM-. SERATEHEE ar IU! 'X B111 Matteson Circulation Mgr, HScratches Beulah Williams Feature Editor 'Scratches Mary Hoover Assistant Bus. Mgr James F. Huggins Sponsor nScratches NOT IN PICTURES: Betty Jo Bryant Elizabeth Graves Tommie Davidson '51- eg we 03 ml V 'a az 5 1 4 -We-'llihgflflqspk , v t - v , .4 1 J 1 ,A ,, Q 14 5? ew ' :- ,, 38? -- .v If-,A fr,-.flap .aff 1 w Wat - , Bl IJ ' K V-xl , --"u gafxgqixl . '1q' ?s,iirx,.. -.. .,. Ir 'K+ ' T v hx x ,Fil INHU Q ' uh " ' V "' I 4 - Tm , ff' 3 iwf aff-f ' ,D John L. Carrico Rachel Ford Director lajorette Winnie Jean Steward Kathleen Crosby BELL LYRAS: Drum Major lajorette SAX0pH Ng3: Mary Hoover Katherine Moore CORNETS: Winnie Jean Steward Tom Enochs Billy Eicholtz T. P. Robinson Ruby Lewis Donald J. Royster Stuart Williams Haurice Bofge FLUTE: Helen Thompson CLARINETS: Tollle Aline Davidson Pauline lcLaughlin Bobby Oglesby Bertha Bauer Perry Dean Burk Ray Jacoby Ora Ballew Lilburn Hazelwood Joy Balple Howard Parker Janice Baker Pauline Jones Barbara Mund 1 Danelle Baker Bobby Luckett Katherine Davis FRENCH HORNS: Frank Henderson Beulah Williams BARITGNES: Jolly Sample Roy Jacoby Jewel Davis TROI ONEB: Bill Carson lelvln Gerald Harris Philip Jacoby Glenn McDonald BASSES: George Stanley Finley Noble lcswane Wilford Skelton Hal Whitten PERCUSSION: Neva Jo Steward Elouise Luckett Helen Craig Sarah Swcatt Jean Sproul L Lal, Maxine Dunn Ouita Cheatham Sybil Griffin Betty Jo Bryant Frances Thompson Beulah Williams Dorothy Bruton Lou Ella Birdie L. Jeffrey Juanita Whitley Jane Davis Fae King Mary Virginia Griffin lozelle Parks Virginia Thomnson Hable Lee Parrent Dorothy Jean Burk Elizabeth Graves Joy Sample Frances Robinson Sarah H111 Jerry Sparks Corene Luedecke Edna Luedecke Vivian lates Francis Calcote wi jf 0 5122: and good SP0 fsmanshyp dm ache ISITICS ofa do ocraivc Pe Pl ATHLETICS . A V7 . G , gs' . , Q :ts ,-- l-- If l U is I .V A I? Q D ' , I ly y f N Y 7 YY? 0 ,..-. :'xf',,if 14-P! I! JBIBS F. Huggins Assistant Coach Robert L. Carruthers Head4Coach -g, ., N HATS OFF TO YOU! l Under the capable direction of R.L, Carruthers and Assistant James F. Huggins, our foot- 11 team made its way to the top' E NUl the ladder. Although there were lonly five lettermen at the begin- . gnin W. . A.. I V fe Nning of the season, that "never- say-dien spirit could not be con- EJ' iquered by inexperience, We all A HM Ehave three cheers for our splendid - jcoaches and fighting Eagles. .. - K I 7 I Us 4 L! , " , ' 5 . 'Q' I , - -1 mmf' THE FAMOUS FOUR HORSEH N fv,ff f X f h .,tV 1 ' " 7 f' . . T -, , A 045' f , . ' b 35"-555' , l!,'.-Q -f' Q. rr fwfvwffhfixgff , . ,, S. E. Jones Co-Captain Joe Luckett Co-Captain Q 'HI EIDOBADO EAGLES ----------------- BI-DISTRICT GAIPIGIB . HGet those Eagles! Get those Eag1es!H was the cry of Eldorado Eagles' opponents at the start of the 1040 football season. And why not? The Eagles have always been strong contenders fot the district championship honors, Although there were only five lettermen on the squad, the Eagles rapidly developed into football machine that rolled and crushed its way to the top--to become the Bi-District Champr and have the honor to be the first team to repeat such an honor two years . if ., 'ff 4 K, in succession. X X ON, YE EAGLES: ia- 'E .V-"r .v , I 'fn ,, ,,. 773 -f,a..- -4 'f",vj,e,Q ""'f"1 f--',., j1,,g',.f ' 'J' ' ff' 'S'- ,', 31- ,,,, I '. Ai, ' x .V -- ,w!,'f',fw af", f ff. f f I '5lfg,:1,4,",Q:f,.1'-1.532 , 'f . H' ,' . f,?f'1f!, .-gf Q-A If I-Q ,ff-,, J' . 1 .f?.v??i-is Tiff' ff-f' yr 4 use 'aff Mfef Sept Sept Sept Eldorado Eldorado Eldorado Crane Lake View 0 Del Rio 'f'Mf ,yy 1 rx., . . 'a if Oc Oc Oct Oc Nov Nov Dec Totals Eldorado Eldorado Eldorado Eldorado Eldorado Eldorado Eldorado 187 THOSE FAMOUS EAGLES UF ELDORADO HIGH SCHOOL! Sonora Menard Mason Junction Rocksprings Ozona Ft StocktonO . ,J f,JJfk E Jonesdv k ff S E Jones 165 pound All D vel hipped h highest scoring position in Tugboatn p skipped, and skimmed his way through opposing lines with lnvincible number 14 on his We will be well remembered f his accurate pass receivlng Wilson Page in nearly every and captain swi with 98 points 45 strict half back s way into the he district wered ack I'OUl 3.519 HAIL, ELDORADO' Ever you will find us loyal and true, firm and undaunted ever we'll be Here's to Eldorado High School the home of those ever famous sports, the Golden Eagles 1U the pa t season Lloyd Snulger , tw1n to T o weigh 135 pound and wa the grinning, wi e cracking little back who scatted behind the big boys and then laughed when they missed Known as the Fifth Horsemann, Lloyd is the boy who never stopped until the final whistle was blown. 41 Wilson Page Wilson Page, the tall 145 pound All District quarterback, was the number 11 who tossed twelve touchdown passes for the Eagles in 1940. HStudH was classes as the smartest signal caller 5 best passer in the dis trict. Cooly and calm ly, he went about the business of pilot1ng the Eagles to the top of the district. He played his last game for E.H. in the Bi District tilt with Fort Stockton. Lloyd Spurgers Floyd Spurgers Joe Luckett 'li- Joe Luckett, 160 pound captain was the tall, lanky boy with the chewing gum who kept the Eagles pepped up with his back slapping and chattering 'Puckn directed all the Eag les' defense, and the number 17 was well known for his powerful line backing All District center, HPuck snapped the ball for two B1 Dxstrict teams of E H S Floyd Spurgers, 135 pound Four Horseman wearing num ber 68, was the toughest little blocking back in the district Twink spilled the biggest as well as the smallest with equal zest and accuracy. He be came as the Hlittle man who was always thereu. R , Q, 1 k ' n vpigfurf , L kJ- A 1, S. . - U - 1 . 1 'x. iruwrq-If YZ ...lf -" ' '41 " the school we love- -.---- A Y S Q 3 , . . , - - 1 - , " n i - 7 ' ,A he Q., - I' - - ' -1 If '-f S 3' Q - - . . . KX X D .- ,W ' 'i iff. s c s s - , , 5 - V t n H V' . lbw a ' W A Abe Millar A For the black and the gold we will fight, and we'll back up our team with all our might' Those Eagles the champions will be we'll do our best for EHS and on to VICTOPY Billy Oglesby Abe Hlllar, 1 5 pound tackle, was the Billy Oglesby, rough and aged to upset everything from the center and was the Wpoint after to the end on his side of the the line Abe went into the game with the desire to play hard, and from the looks of all our opponents he accomplished this end Always loving to the Dwight pleasant, the fun Abe was a big asset Eagles 1940 team Wiedenmann, 168 pound All District right end, was a mainstay in the Eagles offense with his brilliant pass receiving Doc'sH number 19 was wide ly known and well respected by all the Eagle's foes He was injured for a few games but his terrific tackli 4J David Williams in the remainder of A, season madegzgugo senc L rugged 209 pound touchdown man for He displayed his greatest skill in the Rock springs gale when he kicked the only field goal of the season from the eighteen yard line B ll' was also elected to be on the All District team, and well he deserved this honor the Eagles Billy Green, lithe, dark and fiery, was the little scat back for the Eagles 1940 team The 140 pound number 13 had the duties of the Nspeed lerchantu the quartet of nFour HDPSBI DN Always ready to deliver, B111 was seldom stopped on the scrinmage line A raging tornado on the defense, Bill backed his side of the line with a relish 1 fy David Williams, running late 5- 1 54 and weighed 180 pounds Always laughing and jest ing when the going was toughest, you'd find David One of the 1 smartest guards in the district, Da vid was seldom seen to be out of the play, but was more likely to be found right in the lid dle of it of John Burrus, wore number six Dwight liedenlann Billy Green, Jr JU . . uf e 'C rl c I X, ,lf ' , 'V ' ..- 7 JU Al . A ,Ft I ,F M L 17 ' Y ,XJ ,WJ K ' I ,i 'Cy' A 3 ,151 rough and aggressive number 18 who man- left tackle, played good football all season N I I . in ll A- . I K l I! Qlf' - . f Wy. ,ff ' . .lb 'A . y.ff,f.fl' MMM! JQyn4 ,,,vv5Kwd1w49 B1 ly ite 0 Bllly latteson, l poulc 1 little pepper bo guard who n to do their be t Bllly w ear's team, and great thlng Xpected from the l1ery l1ttl park plug The bivger they 1 ll ohn Burrus, 14 polrd l earing number F, founo ' E tubborn line Qulet, ea ohnny gained the re pect f his opponent' through iring and tulhorn cefen ffensive worl nto mo t of t1e plays tteuotrf P ainst his po 1tl0H in the F V10 Y 2013s o mo t 1ve are .arzff THOSE EAGLES ,411 Tho 0 Vldor do W1gh School Eagle That' th team that ha won rreat fame The team that h stooc for the 0 t, and the team that ha won N a f' Der Ml ar ec the lg bov ver 4A l' be bacl lor ne 1 lH l Clarence D2V1 the 13010 lf lohlc McSwane rotzth uf' tor' nun pounds o the best tack 1 ict Noble played best hen e and the F0135 was the dost Fe wlll oe back to tht boys were the big year and th happy go lucky left tackle i e pected to wfrlt plenty of honor Jane Burru WGlghCd 14 U ore number C , and played eft end on the nagle 1940 1 d1 trlct Champlonship tcal He caught two touc wn pa e 1D the Junction ame and earned a berth on the All Dlstrlct team James had ome hard lucl in the Fort Stockton game when 1n the la t m1nute o the game he caught a p1l1 and bzoke h1 1 Flarence Davl , 15 pouno back wa ne tall, darl thatched lad who ifted and faded through the wagles opposing line Num ber O was often seen lip wing around end or neak Jng through tackle whe Clarence was ln the game Next year we e Dect h1m to be one of the prize backs for the Eagles of 1941 , John Burrus James Burrus . V -- V -7-Z jxf:-:ie-7 5:7 in r Wi- -1--V 1 -- ---5:1 -V ----N . .l .., , - mw-mrnvemmmw.k..-gr., fjgf ' ' uf! ' A ' I, 1 I , . '1 s.n f , , U 61' S , L.. 2 . .'. . , . s-l S e of 5 , ea! 4' Q 35 -' A ug- . ' . ' , b,s . s y tlr 5'm'. , d K! I v 2 - -Iv . ' .. ' za . ' 1 'ww ..,, . Y Z. . . , .1 A ,. 1 1. . . 3 Wai' ' :f A . ,.J 1, . , 'I 3. . ..- 1- 1 X ' ' - Y- 1 :' 1 - I - S h 4 H U if 4, . -.,, nn - f 1- - A. . s . ' l . : ' K Te ', tgp U'str o , . ' Y 1' S are wt ' 1 - ' u - D' ' e 3 it . , ' f N - , H . J G Barra. . - 'M ' are, the harder they fallu, says uphold the Eagles line next ii. . . 0 ,Y - ' : , s X . 7 ' ' 'T Q. U. K . ,E it lolt gn. f l s ,s ' 8 ns. " 5w . ' his wa? wv wh . s 1 . a rg -T 1,4 a W 5 - S' ' 1 ua3-Df 3'- 'S ' ' - . ' - s M5 ' v HL, a M V . s .i H fm' ss s 'H v Q S t 5' his un- 53. , v S vt . 2 ' s' .1- , ,- ' ' . , 1 , n I 1, fi 1: - ,.. . , C , . . n A s - 1 .L Y, ' s . ' 's rrw. I ,,. , 's W Q an , h L .. X- 5 A I , s. . 8 . sl', W s , .- I P . r H . L .- -Q I , W .,, 'x I 1 . 44 5!A AV, M t ,. 'XB F 322 'itrq eb 'N Q? ' 1 M . 55.4 gxggT2 Wf, , swf ' ,Q ml J 1 ies. . . Blocking-back Spurgers Page makes 15 yards against Ozona Hfifth Horsemann Spurgers Q11 .QIA A ,igwursi "' I1 . i ' -if V l if QIQEQXQYNX R' i 3' TX, Y 1. tm .- A f 'Q Q -e ' L ,K The unconquerable Half Dozen A 4 , as K S. E. Jones makes another score on Ozona. '41 .0 'Lv 'Jil' .fy 6' , ' rf ' iuigbih :gb - . -3 fm-, 1 N Q4 I. . -iffy' Nikki? ' W- ,Sf ,f 1-'f NZM Q-. A ur " "sql y ,J we W- , ',f .. .. 4 NN Q I t A -. '--s....5 M just A , gy-C T. Eagles smothered Q Sonora for no gain. 205 pound WTigerH lillar U-u-q-Q V. . p 8' .. 3. 1 b 1 hi f aki fi ld 1! HTugboatN Jbnes 1121111 stopped og es y S S cry m ng e goa against Rocbprings after making 40 yards. W5 Captain "Lucky" +1 4 ,gsm , , , ,f , 1, , ,mr ,if N 'iif"7"':'x-M?" -WEE v 'V "1 K -: ' vi " fe ' 'H ,Q ' - -. sch . 3 . ' ' 1 1. ' rg ' N 1 n. s .1 ' - ' - WX t ' Mc nf ----Q-. S .,.'Z. .-12" 1' ' , . wi-r g 4 -v , , ,DLS J Green runs 30 yards against the Lions Our passing ouar ter back Page, Making a gain against Rocksprings Bpurgers sends a Chief into the arls of Oglesby . v V .El , 4 f X ,L ' T33 'LL' .. ,,,-,A H lk, .f 1:2--Ph-' ' A Q- . Af . "4 -A-N" ' ' 5 A ga v eg Aivx, , ,J I4-0 Q. 'gm .4 X , N-if-, vi, Aa M f' ":. Fil.: ' - Lloyd Bpurgers scores on the Lions. "Tugboat" lakes 'another touchdown ' s Page follows Spurgers for a gain. Oglesby kicks another goal. U ,SS 4 xt V Kb -9 wavy, ,U1-,lr 'F a , l?x,A Opal Stribling Regulars C0aCh Vivian Yates Captain ..uv""""'f ' 5 H Qi 'YV' 53' nf . A b 7 W 1 JHv'!glVf1iQLj '- ' -115 Mr.. I :T x R L' 1 x GN' Three Cheers for Our Team Ready for Action -WM is X: Mg The Volleyball Squad The EHS Tennis Players kwijj Boys' Doubles Bars singles Girls' Doubles L11 -s..,, X. Captain Floyd Spurgers ia! li x ' ,osx ' nw, .ff-Q 1 Q 15 gin 'D ,im , 4 A Captain THE RANCH COUNTRY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS OF EHS x '.l '- Lloyd Q : Spurgers n w,q 'Zin lizxff' al 1- - -w.3tm Q:a.V'N.19!iG?f'Zl" 1 11.1 F. Spurgers--Guard Wilson Page--Forward bf I T M I ta wa.. 54 L" D Ciieden ann Center hr v-'y xx Alb L. Spurgers Guard f qi The Substitutes B. Oglesby--Forward Ranch Country League Basketball Schedule Jan Jan Jan. Feb Feb Ieb Ich Feb Feb Eldorado-- I! YI ll N fl N N H Junction ------ 19 Rocksprings--- 5 Sonora -------- 17 Rocksprings---11 Sonora -------- 14 Junction ---- 4-14 Ozona --------- 13 Ozona --------- 30 Ozo a ---- Q ---- 18 Ja es Burrus-- Center ,g 'ti K?hi3i 5? 'V fha '1 2, c gr: ww -W wing.. '- 14 L: all 52: If TEEREGULABFIVEQFEHB ?1::'f A if 5 'Q f A Throwing the Shot-put 8.E. Jones--Guard Abe Killa:--Center B. Oglesby I rl......,, --..g mu q 59 ..- ,. I rf- YU. '5 M f-9 , v ,agg4,,-aff? 'YPunk" Bridgeman Pole Vault L. Spurgers High Hurdles 1 X , 9.,-...nav-"" I-Y' Eggl- 1 . 1 I 1 34 . 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