Eldorado High School - Talon Yearbook (Eldorado, TX)

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Ed1ted by GEORGE S FINLEY Managed by PAUL PAGE Photographed by WALLACE STUDIO Pubhshed by NEWSFOTO I ,. . rr " -4 We the 45 Talon Staff ded1cate thrs Annual to one who has become a iavorrte of every student because of her inendlmess and spmt of cooperatmon and who we feel has con tnbuted much toward mak1ng th1s a very suc cessful and enjoyable school year our Hrgh School Enghsh teacher, Mrs. Carroll Rathff 9 ff" 7.26 -,-1: ff ,x . M... X. -W-.va--M . ., .. ..- .. . .f ' - -urn A . - '- , , ......,.f.-.....w-v.. ,5 . I "ff" 'z af - .. A . -. -, Y .- - ,- ,, . - N, ..1.-... ..-. - -. . ' g . . . 1 I, . . 'Y we QQ , .aw- CHARLES A. REYNOLDS Superintendent Mr. C. A. Reynolds, our congenial and thought- ful leader has been superintendent of E,H.S. for three years. During this time he has made many friends, not the least of whom attend school. Mr. Reynolds majored in English at A.C.C. and received his Bachelor of Artt's degree there. He is to receive his Master's degree from Sul Ross this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds have three children. Cynthia, who is in the second grade., Charles A. Ir., who isn't quite old enough to go to school, and Rose Ann, who is arecent addition. "I,--' Mr B G DeBerry was only Wllh us for one semester but 1n that hme he secured many fnends both 1n EHS and Eldorado He was very popular w1th all students of EHS Wllh ihe boys because of h1s untrnng mterest ln athleucs wmth the gurls because of hxs fxne sense of humor Mr DeBerry taught 1n Fort Stockton Pubhc Schools before commg to Eldorado He IS now teachmg rn San Angelo Semor I-hgh School Mr and Mrs DeBerry have two chlldren R G lr and Marlene R. G. DeBERRY Principal 1' ERNEST SUTHERLAND, B. .-North Texas State Teachers College. Ma the Eldorado High School spirit talce each o. you through the trials of life with the faith and courage you have shown in school. FA WILLIE RUTH Nrcxs IOHNSON, B.S.-University of Texas. l wish you faith, not just the fair weather kind of faith, but faith that will enable you to master the problems of life, for, as Shakespeare says, "No one is ever truly great unless some tragedy has befallen him and he has risen above it. 'BTN' Mas. W. C. SPROUL, B.S.--Southwest Texas Teachers College. May your future bring to you all just rewards and through you glory to Eldo- rado High School. CULTY Avrs Dzxvsns, B,S.--Hardin Simmons. May you meet with great success in life remembering that "it isn't whether you win or lost, it's how you play the game." dire JEWEL S1-:ELTON M A Umversrty of Texas May I w1sh for you the rarest ot all Hum1l1ty that low sweet root from whrch all heavenly v1rtues shoot Mns CARBOI L RATLIPP B A Baylor Umverszty To the classes ot Eldorado Hzgh School go my best wzshes and conqratulatrons May the same ettort and steadfast courage shown durmg these hzgh school days brzng you safely to the highest successes personal and protesslonal 'VX .3 , -X I - ,X A ali 14 " ee ' .IX , . .T . u ll 1. 1 I . l . n ll Y MR. IACK GRAY, San Angelo Iunior College. Mr. Grey was only with us for one semester, but during that time he showed able leadership and ability and stirred up much interest in the band especially among beginners. Mas. IAMES' PAGE, B.S.-North Texas State Teachers College. Your consistent hard work, your scholarship, fine spirit through- out the year have added to El- dorado Hiqh School's prestige. Donrs JOHNSTON, B. S.-Abilene Christian College. May the "Eldorado High Spirit," greeting you in the pages of this book, illumine and sweeten every experience of your lives. MRS. RUTH G. PRINCE, B.S Daniel Baker College. Your fine spirit of sm cerity, loyalty, cooperation and d1l1 gence will carry you far on the road to an enriched life. May you never lose sight of your goal until you have pas sed it is my wish. Q , 1 . D 5 , N V332 as p-Had., SENIORS V1ce Presxdent George Fmley Secretary Clara Lloyd Ochsner Reporter Donald Gholston A 44 . X 4 . 5' e Q.. President ........................ Paul Page ,jus- T' '-X BOBBY OGLESBY Football 3 letters Basketball 2 letters Track 3 yrs. F.F.A. 1 yr. Band 1 yr. GLORIA WASTON Pep Leader 1 yr. Pep Squad 1 yr. Volley ball 1 yr. Dramatics Club 2 yrs. Press Club 1 yr. Commercial Arts Club 1 yr Choral Club 2 yrs. Victory Club 2 yrs. Tennis Club 1 yr. Ensemble 1 yr. lt.- . -., , S Q - evfrgx 31,5 r ' -M ff ff 1 JI 'N-rf xx, F W. F. EDMISTON PAUL PAGE Football 3 letters ,. Basketball 3 letters Track 4 yrs. Tennis 1 yr. Dramatics Club 3 yrs. Spanish Club 2 yrs. Press Club 1 yr. Talon Staff 3 yrs. Tennis Club 1 yr. PATSY MARTIN Pep Leader 3 yrs. Pep Squad 1 yr. Choral Club 3 yrs. H. E. Club 3 yrs. ,Victory Club 1 yr. Press Club l yr. Dramatics Club' 1 yr. Ensemble 1 yr. Sextette 1 yr. EARLINE COULTER Choral Club 3 yrs. H.E. Club 2 yrs. Commercial Arts Club 1 yr. Dramatics Club 1 yr. Recreational Council 1 yr. Ensemble 1 yr. Football 2 letters Track 2 yrs. F.F.A. 1 yr. Dramatics Club 1 yr. Tennis Club 1 yr. Recreational Council 1 yr WO' 'E' J! IMA GENE NIXON Pep Squad l yr. Drum Major 1 yr. Majorette 2 yrs. Volley ball 2 yrs. Choral Club 3 yrs. l-l.E. Club 3 yrs. Victory Club 2 yrs Dramatics Club 2 rs. Y Tennis Club 1 yr. Ensemble 1 yr. HELEN CRAIG Volley ball 1 yr. Victory Club 1 yr. Choral Club 3 yrs. H.E. Club 3 yrs. Dramatics Club 1 yr. Band 2 yrs. GEORGE FINLEY Football 3 letters Basketball 2 letters Track 4 yrs. Tennis 1 yr. Dramatics Club 2 yrs. Spanish Club 2 yrs. Tennis Club 1 yr. Talon Staff 3 yrs. X i l. lib 1 gil! .3 . 2 DONALD GHOLSTON Tennis 2 yrs. Dramatics Club 2 yrs. Commercial Arts Club 1 yr. Tennis Club 1 yr. Talon Staff 1 yr. 1 -...E WALTER ROY DAVIDSON Football 3 letters Basketball 2 letters Track 4 yrs. F.F.A. 1 yr.' Dramatics Club 1 yr. CLARA LLOYD OCHSNER Pep Squad 2 yrs. Majorette 1 yr. Choral Club 3 yrs. . H.E. Club 2 yrs. Dramatics Club 3 yrs. Spanish Club 2 yrs. Victory Club 2 yrs. Tennis Club 1 yr. Talon Stall 3 yrs. Ensemble 1 yr. Sextette 2 yrs. V, ff write: --. . A '.f1-fist. E . . , .. ..,,. A 0 T f"f'1T8.' .V ngri V K lil' 1 1, be .L N l Q 5' 1 55' N GERTRUDE SAUEH Choral Club 4 yrs. H.E. Club 3 yrs. Spanish Club 2 yrs. BARBARA MUND Pep Squad 2 yrs. Volley ball 2 yrs. Victory Club 2 yrs. Choral Club 3 yrs. Dramatics Club 1 yr. HENSEL MATTHEWS Football 1 yr. . Basketball 1 yr. Track 1 yr. F.F.A. 1 yr. Dramatics Club 2 yrs. Nxkiy . .' :-.KV '- , 'I ' is ,.:. A' ,. H.E. Club 2 yrs. KATHARINE DAVIS Tennis Club lfyr. Band 2 yrs. Volley ball 1 yr. Choral Club 4 yrs. Victory Club 2 yrs. H.E. Club 1 r y . Commercial Arts Club 1 yr Dramatics Club 1 yr. Tennis Club 1 yr. Sextette 3 yrs. Ensemble 1 yr. IEANETTE MAHKHAM Pep Squad 1 yr. Commercial Arts Clubql yr. Tennis Club 1 yr. Transfer from Wichita Falls l IMMIE MAE PATTON Pep Squad 1 yr. Victory Club 1 yr. Band 1 yr. Choral Club 1 yr. H.E.'. Club 2 yrs. Commercial Arts Club 1 yr. IOE TURNER LOGAN Football 2 letters Track 1 yr. F.F.A. 1 yr. Dramatics Club 2 yrs. ORA BALLEW Pep Squad 2 yrs. Volley ball 4 yrs. Victory Club 2 yrs. H.E. Club 3 yrs. Commercial Arts Club Dramatics Club 1 yr. Tennis Club 1 yr. .12 X. ti I 1 yr. NOWEITA MATTHEWS Majorette 4 yrs. Volley ball 1 yr. Victory Club 2 yrs. Choral Club 4 yrs. Dramatics Club 3 yrs. H.E. Club 3 yrs. Commercial Arts Club 1 yr. Tennis Club 1 yr. ..,.. . in. JT 'R X QQ' f-sy-nu-v'v 1' f IOE BAILEY MONTGOMERY Football 1 letter F F A 1 yr Band 1 yr Dramatrcs Club 1 yr Tennzs Club 1 yr BETTIE GRACE BULLION Pep Squad 1 yr. Victory Club 2 yrs. Volley ball 1 yr. Choral Club 4 yrs. H.E. Club 2 yrs. Dramatics Club 2 yrs. qncmisb Club 2 Vrs. r-l ' A N -J' J Presldent VICE Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer Reporter IUNIORS Dcmell Baker Mary L Elhngton Betty Io Sproul Dorothy Nexll Eddcx Lou Mecxdor ,Fig -'VN NNN- STUART WILLIAMS Football 3 letters Track 1 yr Dramatrcs Club 1 yr Spamsh Club 2 yrs ri' vu, 'cr NA K BILLY HARRISON Dramat1cs Club 1 yr N! Recreatzon Councrl 1 yr Transfer LOUISE GREEN Pep Squad 2 yrs H E Club 1 yr Spamsh Club 2 y Dramatzc Club 2 yrs Vzctory Club 1 yr Choral Club 1 yr Tenms Club 1 yr ft' ls- N .,... LX-X TOMMY GREEN Football 1 letter Track 1 yr Dramatrcs Club 1 yr Spanrsh Club 1 yr Q ANITA RUNGE Pep Squad 1 yr Vrctorv Club 1 yr H E Club 2 yrs Dramatxcs Club 1 yr Choral Club 1 yr Tenms Club 1 yr fi HAL WHITTEN Football 2 letters Track 1 yr Spanzsh Club 1 yr Dramatxcs Club 1 yr IUANITA MCALPINE Pep Squad 1 yr H E Club 2 yrs Choral Club 1 yr ,,. ae' iirx if" WANDA DANNHEIM Pep Squad 1 yr H E Club 2 yrs Spamsh Club 2 yrs MARY LILLIAN ELLINGTON Pep Squad 1 yr Dramatxcs Club 2 yrs HE Club 1 Choral Club 1 yr Tenms Club 1 yr IEAN MEADOR Volley ball 3 yrs Pep Squad 3 yrs Vrctory Club 1 yr ennxs 2 yrs E' Club 2 yrs ramatzc Club 2 yrs horal Club 3 yrs exfette 3 yrs ommerczat Arts Club enms Club 1 yr ICAPWHX EDDA LOU MEADOR Volley ball 2 yrs Tenms 2 yrs Vrctory Club 1 yr Pep Squad 1 yr Band 1 yr HE Club 2 yrs Dramatrc Club 2 vrs fi' PATSY WADE Pep Squad 2 yrs Vzctory Club 1 yr Dramatzc Club 1 yr H E Club 2 yrs Choral Club 3 yrs Tenms Club 1 yr 'Y Choral Club 2 yrs Tennzs Club 1 yr Commerczal Arts Club 1 Pres Club 1 yr Talon Staff 1 yr 'HKS I D YARDLEY Dramatrc Club 1 yr Spanzsh Club 2 yrs DOROTHY NEILL Volley ball 3 yrs Vrctory Club 1 yr Tennrs 2 yrs Malorette 3 yrs Dramatzc Club 2 yrs Spamsh Club 2 yrs Choral Club 2 yrs Tenms Club 1 yr Talon Staff 3 yrs H E Club 2 yrs Recreatzon Counczl llrk , V 5 D ' f ' q, 1 ' l yr. . 5, v I I X . 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U A: Q Commerczal Arts Club ALMA RUTH LUEDECKE Vrctory Club 1 yr Pep Squad 1 yr Spamsh Club 2 yrs Choral Club 2 yrs Commercral Arts Club 1 yr H E' Club 1 yr 'K DAN ELL BAKER Pep Squad 1 yr Vrctory Club l yr Band 2 yrs H E Club 2 yrs Choral Club 2 y Spamsh Club 2 yrs Commerczal Arts Club Dramatrc Club 1 yr LILBURN HAZELWOOD Band 3 yrs Dramatxc Club DONNA HERRON Dramatxc Club 1 yr Transfer from Chrldress DORIS CALCOTE Spamsh Club 1 yr Choral Club 2 yrs Commercral Arts Club 1 yr H E Club 1 yr Dramatzc Club 2 yr lOl-INNIE MAE WEST Pep Squad 2 yrs Vrctory Club 1 yr HE Club 1 yr Choral Club l yr Spamsh Club 1 yr K OLLIE RUE ESTES Pep Squad 1 yr Vzctory Club l yr HE Club 2 yrs Choral Club 1 yr Commercral Arts Club yr BETTY SPROUL Volley ball 2 yrs Pep Squad 2 yrs Pep Leader 1 yr Vrctory Club 1 yr Dramatrc Club 2 yrs Spamsh Club 2 yrs Talon Staff 1 yr Commercral Arts Clu HE Club 1 yr Choral Club 2 yrs Sextette 1 yr Tennrs Club 1 yr Q? 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Tor- Bow: Frances Williams, Mimi Ann McAngus, Eugene Gibson, Gale Markham, Frank Payne, Eldon McAngus, Frank Doty, Davis Patton, Mildred Hamm, Louise Gibson. ' i , MISS OMA FORD Sponsor MISS ANNIE HERBERT Librarian 7th Grade Bo'r'roM How Euda B Isaacs Pansy Brown Nelva Iune Bolt Mary Dell Edrnrston Earnest1ne Clark Iane Crarg D1nky Meador Iune Crarg Irene Chllders Gerald Hrcks MIDDLE Row Chester Brqgs Ioyce Burk Patsy Iones Syb11Deaton Verna Dell Owens Iackre Henderson Glen Brggs Maurlce Chrrstran Weldon Swtnson Samm1eCalcote Tomrrue Ioe Brggs Donald Carnker Tor Row Ionnre Lee Drckens Mrs Kenneth Cheek Mary Thompson Mlldred Yancy Edwrn Martrn Iackson Sherrell Dean Posey L D Doty Ierry Ray Smrth Donald Rhea Chester Wmans Earl Lloyd Lxlla lean Ellmgton MHS KENNETH CHEEK Sponsor MRS I AMES PAGE Musld 6th Grade Bo'r'roM Row: Bobbie McKee, Ebbagene Blaylock, Grete Mund, George Ochsner, Iack Mund, Derl Griffin, Sammie Whitten, Mary Sproul, Myrta Bob Harper, Marquette Ellen Edmiston. Tor Row: ' Pansy Ruth Owens, Mamie Francis Roberts, Carol Doty, O. T. Conner, Gordon- Harnm, Hannon Wells, Du Wayne Gunn, Peggy McAngus, Iretta Faye Mace, Rita Ann Elder. MISS' DORIS I OHNSTON Sponsor 5th Grade QW W, 4.1 wi WNW BOTTOM Row f1..,?""t -ll dl 'SR .K Bobby Gcrlbreath I W11ey Green Iames Spurgers Roger Sofge B11l1e Io Ieffrey Betty Mane Yardley Iames Dcxcy E H NIXOD Top Row Icrmes Logan Ehzobeth Faull Down Nxxon Huth1e D Harms Jeanne Goss Trumcxn Blggs Edward Glpson MISS INA MAE LIGHTSEY Sponsor - ff ' .L 1 - ' 1 . ff' A J ' " 0 1 if ' -TL' 3- V, . A M ' -I-5,4 3 ft 5 f .tb A! E ., 1 ,. MM- W "' A f , 14 ff . 4 N 1 ,g.,. , ..., M KA hi L Zim, V il hmgfv EA X .. . I I 1 1 h , f ,Y ff X xy .K N f 'Q A If 'I P, 1 I Llp. s i V -i K "L. 'V' ' I 1 Y S . 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PAYNE ROBINSON fs Home Room Teacher 3rd Grade Afj - "w""'xx.:t we '- ISLE, 'Y 4 BOTTOM Row Ga1l Mrttel Raymond Mrttel Alva Lee Harns Ahce Lee Isaacs Freda Yardley Landon Turnbow Melv1n Owens Carol Lynn Drckens Patsy Taylor MIDDLE How Davrd Ieffrey Ierry Perry Ken Torn Harnson Glenna Io Edmonson Ann Rogers Ierry Iohnson Shrrley Sofge Brlly lack Etherrdge Carolyn Ratlrff Wanda Mae Mcllngus Wayne Drckens Top Row Dorothy Nell Alexander Anrta Harns Peggy Iean Lrvrngston Lynn Gnfhn Ierry Donaldson Robert Green Donald Iones Charles Yancy Mae Runge MRS BENNIE WASTON Home Room- Teaclier Znd Grade ll drift 'SFX BOTTOM Row: . Martha Dell Williams, Cynthia Reynolds, Tony Iack Etheridge, Con Forrest Alexander, Colleen Hicks, Iohnnie Ray Whitten, Doris Faye Roberts, Eddie Dacy, Barbara West. Top Row: Annie Lee Nixon, Patsy Reynolds, Ioyce Hicks, Ierry Butler, Ierry Lynn Pen- nington, Iames Roy Foster, Marjorie Goss, Alma Pearl Evett. MRS. RUTH PRINCE Home Room Teacher lst Grade BOTTOM Bow Dolores Calcote Charley McLaugh11n Gaynell Belk Eugene Early H L Turn bow Frank Otto Prochaska Sandra N1xon Wanda Io Owens Nancy Io Owens Top Row Cec1l Ieffrey L1nda Posey Eugene Davee, Bonme McAngus Carlene Harns Roxa lean Tmnmg Helen Kay Taylor Dons D1ckens Home Room Teacher Mlss THELMA ELLINGTON ' A PENNY FOR YOUR GRADE SCHOOL THOUGHTS "V+" 952. SHEEP SHOW X' ON THE FENCE MEAL TIME BUSY SATURDAY 1- Q-W' sf' ae 'xv if il W .. 5 T ,x S --ru I -K 411-1: -JZ M.-2'11wm'ntfv'm.-v -fx'4w.u,f5-W f x- .. A ATHLETICS YM Manny vi npc- 7vA "rm, 5 F Foorsim. The Eldorado Eagles began the 1944 season with Coach Sutherland at the reins for his second consecutive year. After a few weeks of preliminary training the Eagles journeyed, with 28 boys, to Iraan for their first game and returned victor with a score of 13-0. The following week-end they defeated Big Lake 13-7. The Eagles then played one of the best games of the season at Del Rio. After a flashing offensive and rough defensive game they lost by a close score of 20-13. H The Eagles entered district play against Menard and lost 13-13 by one pen- etration. The following week-end they beat their old rival Sonora 62-0 in the largest scoring spree of the year. The Eagles went to Mason, under handicap of injuries, and lost a hard fought ball game 19-7. Next week they met the Czona Lions, who later became district champions, and lost a close game of 13-7. The Eagles defeated' Iunction 13-7 in the last district game of the season. They closed their 1944 season by playing Lake View in the mud and freez- ing temperature of Nov. 17. The Eagles returned to the shower victorious with a score of 26-12, ending successfully a season which contained many losses and disappointments but one that was never lacking in fire and spirit. 5 tm 1 .if 122 nfs, fx as lining F- 'H Ernest Sutherland served lrus second year as Coach for Eldorado Iilgh School tlus year and led h1s team to many vlctones Even though the Eagles dld not wm the Drstnct Champion sh1p thrs year everyone feels that he drd a swell job of coachlng and burldmg a team for future years Coach was always a good sport even when on the wrong end of the score and he set a hlgh standard for all lus boys to follow 'I'he Eagles adrrure Coach for h1s pleasing personahty h1s knowledge of the game and h1s ab1l1ty to lead and dnect h1s club Capta1n Paul Page and CcrCapta1n George Fmley our two mspuatronal leaders f1n1shed thexr last season wrth the Eagles th1s year Both had that undyrng sp1r1t frght 1I!.1l1Ul1V9 and shrewd leadershxp that brought the Eagles through when the qomg was tough School Page and Pete have just ended the1r fourth year of successful Work for the Eagles Paul made the all-drstrrct team 1n lus Iumor year and the follow mg year was selected on the second all-drstnct team Pete was one of the best offensrve fullbacks and defensrve lmebacker 1n the hlstory of E H S. Page and Fmley wrll be mrssed m the future gr1d1ron battles of Eldorado Hrgh 3 Walter Davidson 150 pound Senior halfback. "'Bud" was our triple-threat man: an outstand- ing punter, passer, and broken field runner. He gained a posi- tion on the all-district team. C 3 lettersD. W. F. Edmiston 125 pound Sen- ior quarterback. "Edmiston", our dependable main-stay at the quarterback slot, gained many yards on quick-opening plays. He was a sure-tackler and la swell all-round player. C2 lettersj. 'W . 1 1 r--" Paul Page ,155 pound Senior helfback. f'Page" was one of the most ' dangerous ball car- riers in the conference. His fine defensive work and pass re- ceiving contributed to his gain- ing a birth on the 2nd all-dis- trict team. C3 lettersj. .ve-S George Finley 160 pound Sen- ior fullback. "Pete" called our offensive signals, and did a swell job of outguessing our opposing team. He was a hard driving ball carrier and an o..t- standing blocker. C3 lettersj. 'Bobby Oglesby 180 pound Sen- ior' center. "Oglesby" was an outstanding offensive center and a hard fighting defensive man, but because of an injury he failed to complete a full season. C3 lettersj. 4 x Q"'v Ioe Turner Loqan 170 pound Senior tackle. "Io Io" was the spark of our defensive line and did a swell job of blocking and tackling. He gained a position on the 2nd all-district team. C2 lettersD. Hensel Matthews 130 pound Senior end. "Hensel" played on the team for his first this season, and well did he deserve his position as left-end. He was a good defensive man and pass receiver. C1 letterj. Stuart Williams 130 pound lun- ior guard. Stuart was our rough guard who 'was always ready to work. He received a lot of punishment through the line, laut he usually went down with his man. C2 lettersj. 3-U-mtg Hal Whitten 140 pound Iunior end. "Whitten" was our main- stay at right-end position cmd was a rough ball-player. Through his achievements Hal was placed on the 2nd all- district team. C2 1ettersQ. Bill Breedlove 155 pound Sophs ornore tackle. "Breedlove" was a rough tackle with a lot of ability. We expect to see Bill make the going rough for the teams of this district next year. C1 letterj. Henry Speck 140 pound Sophv omore guard. "Possum" was Cl fierce tackler, a good blocker, and a solid wall on the defense. He has two more years for the Eagles, and we expect much. C 1 letterl X- Bill L. Humphrey 145 pound Sophomore end. Bill played a good deal this year for the Eagles and proved he had great ability. He will be back next fall to cause plenty of trouble for some of the Eagles' opponents. CSquadmanj. ln! asf Ioe BQ Montgomery 140 pound Senior end. Ioe was a capable substitute at end position and played a lot during the season. He was a good blocker and a fierce tackler. C1 letterj. 'E' Floyd McGinnes 120 pound Sophomore guard. Floyd play- ed his first year for the Eagles this year and proved he had what it takes for a lear athlete. He will be back next fall. Fred L. Speck 150 pound Soph- CSquadmanj. I 'U' Q Tommy Green 125 pound Iun- ior center. Tommy took over the center position at mid-season and did a good job for us. He played a lot this year and will return again in 1945. Cl letterj. Fred L. Speck 150 pound Soph- omore back. Fred was hurt at the first of this season, but he recovered in time to play some. He is an extra fast ball carrier and has two years left to play. C Squadmanjf A-V' 3' , ....l , .3 -4 fs- Q 'H .ff 'TN y x 'NS f1f 9 5 ii ,, , ,,,,,... Albert L. Stanford 120 pound Sophomore back. "Sonny" was a capable substitute in the back- field, and he received some valuable experience in his play- ing. He has two more years to play. CSquadmanj. lody Whitten 120 pound Fresh- man end. Iody saw some action this year and proved he was a hard working boy with lots of ability. He has three more years with the Eables. CSq'uad- rnanj. 5' im. sw' fY""'i 95 L-Q' 'vs--M f f . I 3 as ' Arthur Mund 110 pound Soph- omore back. "Whiskey" was our midget running ace. and a smart, quick thinking defensive man. He has two more seasons in front of him. CSquadrnanj. IE.. 4 Q5 Iohn Ochsner 110 pound Soph- omore back. "Iohnny" was a snappy, fast running little back with lots of fire and spirit. He has two more years, for the Eagles. CSquadmanj. Carrol Sproul 115 pound Fresh- man end. Carrol was a. strong defensive man, a fierce tackler. and a good pass receiver. He has three years left to play for the Eagles. CSquadmanj. x.. Gerald Harris 115 pound Fresh man back Gerald played some this year. he is a good blocker and defensive man. Gerald has three more years. CSquadman j. Dressed in breaking, shar was hard to bre and several ot E f the Eagles exhibited a fast- those black and gold uni orms. ' ' ' ' d f which shooting offensive combination and a zone e ense A 1 k. Pla ing a schedule of sixteen games, including San nge o Y s, winning nine the squad held a season er top ranking team average o fthirfy-two points per game. host at the Eldorado Invitation After a few Tournament and 42 38 In the Ozo game against the tournament that same day McCamey 28 l The Eagle tnct Tourname 39 6 they adv score being 23 18 points and holding their opponen 1 practice games the Eagles were the final t1lt gained the runner up trophy losing to Ozona in a Invitation Tournament the Black and Gold won their first ort Stockton This game turned out to be one of the best 1n l 36 34 In the next game and ended after a prolonged c imax the Eagles lost their Babblts Foot and were eliminated by then played a few practice games and proceeded to the Dis W n their first game against London theld at Rocksprmgs 1nn1 g nced to the semi final game with Rocksprmgs The half time b k sconn in favor of Rockspnngs the Eagles made a come ac q ts to 5 only to lose a heart breaker 28 27 avi BASKE BALL Walter Davldson--Semor For ward Bud was a sure shot at the basket and was an out stand1ng ball hustler Hrs fast breaks and accurate cr1p shots accounted for many of the Eagles po1nts C2 lettersj Paul Page Sen1or Forward Page was the boy who al ways h1t the basket Hrs many pomts and hne ball husthng earned h1m brrths on the Ozona Tournament second team the Eldorado All Toumament and the all dlstnct team C3 lettersj Bobby Oglesby Sen1or Center Oglesby recovered from a football xnjury rn t1me to do G swell job on the basketball court He was good on both de- fense and offense C2 lettersj Bill L Humphrey-Sophomore Center B111 Lew1s IS our out standmg prospect for a future cage star Hrs herght grves hxm an advantage on the court and he has a keen eye for the bas ket Cl letterj B1lly D McAngus Freshmen Guard B1lly Dan IS a fa1r shot and an outstand1ng ball retnev er He has cr good spxnt great ambmon and IS a swell hustler He has three more years Cl letterj George Fmley Sen1or Guard Pete was our dependable fast dnbblxng guard He had a good eye for the hoop and dropped many pomts through 1t he was also a top defensxve man and ball hustler C2 lettersj TRACK fix-2'-alll 1....-, . 100 Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash 440 Yard Dash 880 Yard Dash Paul Page W F Ednuston lack Hodges Walter Davrdson W1111am Spurgers Hensel Matthews Fred L Speck W1ll1arn Spurgers Tommy Green Ioe Logan B111 L Humphrey Henry Mrttel Mxle Run Hal Whrtten Stuart Wllhams Albert L Stanford Iody Whrtien Shot and Drscus Paul Page Ioe Logan George Frnley H1gh Iump-Walter Davxdson B111 L Humphrey Broad Iump-Walter Davrdson Paul Page rf? 66" vrdson W F Edmrston Paul Page 440 Yard Relay Mrle Relay E ' f af t Q Qi J 1 .' ..A 1 I ,f t 3 ' - . 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'T .4 The g1rls volley ball team was seen mn the van ous towns wlth theu' new Gold umforms trxm med m black Thexr games though some were lost were both numerous and exc1t1ng The Eldorado volley ball q1IlS made a good record at the Rockspnngs Volley Ball Tournament They came home w1th second place After defe atmg Leaky and Iunctron by a safe marg1n they played Camp Wood rn the fmal game After an outstandmg performance the g1rls lost a close one 42 to 43 Therr last games mcluded those played at the County Meet ln Iunctlon They played Rock spnngs beat1ng them by a large score but 1n the fmals Iunctlon took f1rst place wlth a score of 48 20 Everyone 1S proud of these grrls and feel they had a very successful season of 10 w1ns and 8 losses 6-4 The Startmg l1ne up Ima Gene Nrxon Ierry Blay lock Barbara Mund Ora Bal lew Edda Lou Meador and Dorothy Nerll , - K T F I vt S 'id A " U' 5 Q V 5 n 4 , I' 1 v U 4 ,. 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GEORGE FINLEY Ed1tor m Chlef ,r George Fmley Clara Lloyd Ochsner Paul Page B111 Lewls Humphrey Dorothy Ne111 Donald Gholston THE 45 Ed1tor 1n Ch1ef Ass1stant Ed1tor Bus1ness Manager Sports Ed1tor Iumor Ed1tor Snapshot Ed1tor ALON The one cum of the Talon Staff thrs year has been toward the productlon of a book that would be worthy of the student body of Eldo rado Hrgh School The Staff one cmd all wxshes to thank the student body for the1r wrlhngness to cooperate 1n any undertakmg whrch we deemed neces sary Th1s has been a task but 1t has been a task of love and devotron We glve you the Talon we srncerely hope that you enjoy 1t PAUL PAGE Busmess Manager 75" 'Ram K. If 1 :Q Q wq. , . lf ' X . I ,V ' . Q0 ' .' x X 4 ,- -:iq I ,,,x - ., vine' WILD HENSEL HICKOK DON T FALL WOLF BAIT 'rp in-an ww WATCH OUT IUNCTION SPECTATORS BEWARE' is HOW DID THESE TWO GET TOGETHER? 513'-n x 2 W MQW SERVICE WITH A KATHARINE ON TOP SUN GRIN Aixam M. X , . . A, ' - ' N I Q- ' 3 I I .pe-. 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' Q I ,QAA 5 ,f . 1 . ,gb , lg' L 1 ToPiRow, LEFT 'ro RIGHT: Earlene Coulter, Patsy Martin, Donald Gholsto n, Gloria Watson, Paul Page, W. F. Edmiston. SECOND Row: Ioe Turner Logan, Ora Ballew, Bettie Bullion, Helen Craig, Nowieta Matthews, Ioe B. Mont- gomery. ' Tr-nan Row: Ima Gene Nixon, Clara Lloyd Ochsner, Bud D avidson, Hensel Matthews, Katharine Davis, Billy Harrison. FOURTH Row: lean Meador, Dorothy Neill, Edda Lou Meador, Mary L. Ellington, Betty Sproul, Carol Gholston Frrn-r Row: Arthur Mund, Iohn Ochsner, Bill L. Humphrey, Ora Ballew, Ioy Winters, Fred L. Speck, Howard Mittel. -I ' ' MRS. RUTH PRINCE Sponsor CLARA LLOYD OCHSNER President Spanish Club l Y . , QQQ ,- sf 'ff' ".,' E f J' 4, ,W ,F 5, X t 'N , , H... Q A N i 'wx 1 R -1 . S l 3 y , A. -5. p. get ix X W l J l :IN - D' f U S L S "1 t .-:P , ' f n- S. ,Y Tor Row, Lrzrr 'ro Rrcr-rr: Floyd McGinnes, Ray Long, Albert Stanford, Henhy Speck, Bill L. Humphrey, Fred L. Speck SECOND Row: Bob Cates, Dorothy Valis, Marselaine Patterson, Bertie Ballew, Grace Butler, Emily Ann Harper, Beatrice Craig THIRD Row: Charles Sudduth, lane Mund, Louise Burk, Io Ann Bearce, Iunior Williams, Donald Dannheim, Weldon Holland Founnr Row: Wanda Dannheim, Doris Calcote, Mary L. Ellington, Doris Baker, Bettie Sproul, Dorothy Neill, Louise Green MHS. WILLIE RUTH NICKS IOHNSON , A SPOnsor J "il 'lr 13 4- 4 S., ff S BILL LOUIS HUMPHREY President , Commercial Arts Club Q ' WW l it if -1. .e f- 1 D' eel, l' 'E-of 'QQ ft' 'V" ,i i O lt wi ,fn A Wy X A. . L 1 Ax -Q, x inf ffl, ,K , A O v Q 2 1 if ' T : l '- t A . I is lib: l ,Q rg ' 7 if A ra, , Y Efijo S le S D fe 9+ V 3-iffy i " it 4' xi' - Top Row, LEFT 'ro RIGHT! Doris Calcote, Earlene Coulter, Donald Gholsto n, Gloria Watson, Ora Ballew, Nowieta Mat thews SECOND Row: Clara Lloyd Ochsner, Katharine Davis, Alma Ruth Luedecke, Ollie Rue Estes, Danell Baker, Bettie Io Sproul FIFTH Row: Edda Lou Meador, Dorothy Neill, lean Meador, Ieanette Markham, W, F. Edmiston MISS AVIS BEAVERS Sponsor N-...J DOROTHY NEILL President CHORAL Tor Row Lzrr 're Rrcrrr Helen Crarg Bett1e Brace Bu1l1on Frankye Thompson Barbara Mund Vera Faye Brggs Iuamta McAlp1ne Clara Lloyd Ochsner Nowe1ta Matthews Wenonah Sudduth Glona Watson MIDDLE Row Patsy Ballew Gertrude Sauer Ima Gene N1xon Margaret I-hcks Io Ann Bearce Grace Butler Loulse Burk Dons Srmth Erruly Ann Harper lane Mund Bo'r'roM Row Kathanne Davls lean Meador Tmsy Spurgers Patsy Wade Dorothy Valrs Ehse Farrar Charlene Edmxston Earlene Coulter Patsy Mart1n v X V 5 , Q . . . W . v x , ., . , A U " L ' ' 1' I I' ,- ' Q ,s - 1 4. , . 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