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THE SENIOR CLASS
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FACULTY ADVISOR MRS. HAZEL WINGFIELD
President Bernece Honson
Vice President Mary M. Carpenter
Recording Secretary Dorthy Ann Kelly
Corresponding Secretary .............. Potsy Dean Wallace
Treasurer------------------------- Mildred Gaultney
Bernece Hanson Dorthy Ann Kelly Mary Margaret Carpenter Patsy Dean Wallace
Mildred Gaultney Merian Scott Iwanda Davis Allene Clower
In 1936 a group of girls, with Mrs. Hazel Wingfield, met for the purpose of organizing a club to encourage better grades and better sportsmanship among the girls who took part in athletics. A girl with the highest average from each class in school was chosen as a Charter member. They were Carrie Jones, Senior; Theresa Chandler, Junior: Virginia Dyson, Sophomore; Bernece Handson, Freshman; and Marjorie Curry from Junior High. To stay in this organization, each member must maintain a B average and attend all meetings and social functions.
Although only one charter member remains, we have worked faithfully, old and new members alike, to make this year a success—eh, pledges!
Alpha Gamma Alpha—Better Grades—Better Sportsmanship. 0 L Jennu
Singles Dorthy Ann Kelly 3rd in County
Doubles Dorthy Ann Kelly—Iwanda Davis 3rd in County
Singles Patsy Dean Wallace 3rd in County
Doubles Madge Miller—Virgie Holley 1st in CountyJUNIOR TRACK
Coach: Tommy Laxson Edward Pool, Harold Varner, Edgar Varner(fir la It son fYUv Curry Edward 3urt J.O.Cdbcr!
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Coach: Mrs. Hazel Wingfield
Captain: Mildred Flemming Co-Captain: Mildred Gaultney
First Row: Iwanda Davis, Dorthy Ann Kelly, Arlene Johnson, Mildred Gaultney, Mildred Flemming, Bobbie Jean Wilkins, Ber-nece Hanson, Allene Clower.
Second Row: Christine Boatman, Elizabeth Newport, Ina Bell Rogers, Grayce Sullivan, Madge Miller, Merian Scott, Ruby Lee Seabolt, Rita Baker.
Games played: Lovington, Monument, Tatum.
Tournament played at Tatum April 20, 1940.Coach-: Laxson, Carl Galbreath, Curtis Hardison, J. D. Gilbert, Edward Burt, Robert Flemming, Robert Eoff, Bill Worley.
Eunice 21---------------------------Monument 7
Eunice 10---------------------------Prarieview 11
Eunice 8 -----------------------Lovington 7
Eunice 19 .......................Tatum 6
Eunice 14---------------------------Tatum 10
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Front Row: Eugene Seobolt, Carl Russell, Pete Bright, Junior Co lemon, James Burt
Bock Row Cooch-Montgomery, Maurice Hughes, Lee Boles, Dell Boles, Gordon Word, Charles Enderson
Prone View Prone View 12 Eunice
Hobbs 30 - - Eunice
Grand Falls Prorie View Eunice
Andrews 25 Eunice
38 Eunice Eunice
i iu v Ivvun Lake Arthur House of D. 27 Eunice
VK nunvcfH Grand Falls 42 Eunice
Forrest - 7 Eunice
Tatum 30 Eunice
Socorro 60 Eunice
MOODS Cloudcroft 33 Eunice
19 21 14
20 55 35 21
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— 29 26 31 28 41 31Front Row: Neol Allison, Robert Eoff, Ed. Burt, Bill Worley, Dell Boles, J. C. Eoff, Curtis Hardison, Bill Burke, J. D. Gilbert, Capt., Carl Galbreoth.
Back Row: Coach Laxson, Bobby Colburn, Lewis McGuire, Jr. Vaught, Grant Adkins, Clellan Russell, Conrad Watson, Lloyd Williams, Willie B. Smith, Mgr.
Brownfield 14 7 Eunice — 7 14
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0 Eunice 25
Totals —35 46
CARL RUSSEL—This is Carl's first year with the Cardinals He is o good ployer who can pass, kick, and carry the ball with much ability. He mode many good plays this year and helped mold our team into one that wos beaten only once throughout the season. Carl will be captain of the Cordinols next year.
VERNON WILSON—Halfbock; A good player who doesn't need anybody to tell him so. This is Vernon's second year and we'll see a lot more of him next yeor; known to oil his f riends os "The Great Fot."
DOUGLAS SOUTH WORTH—Tockle; played outstanding football from his tackle position1 sort of owkward when it comes to catching passes but he knows how to block and tockle better than the next door neighbor When he hits 'em, they stay hit. Yossah! Doug will be co-coptoin next year.
GORDON WARD—Played center this year; o good defensive with the ability to go ploces next yeor, doesn't look like an athlete but he con sure take it. This is Gordon's first yeor with the Cardinals.
EDWARD LEE WILKERSON—Tockle; this is Edward's first yeor; mode a good tockle for the Cardinals5 says he should be coptain in two or three more years.
GLEN VAUGHT—End; this is also Glen's first year. He came out not knowing much about foot bo 11 but willing to learn Glen will play next year.
CHARLES WHITE—End; Charles come out for the first time this yeor and played outstanding fdotboll from his end position. Football fans probably remember some of those double-reverses he ran
MAURICE HUGHES—end, Maurice usually ploys guard but this year he come out for end He received a broken shoulder in the jal gome and hod to be out the rest of the season
BILLY DAVIS—Billy played tockle on the Cardinal team this year. This being his first year, he has much to learn, but he will be bock next year Billy ploys o good gome at all times
B H DRURY—played guard; injuries kept him out for a few weeks but he came back with more pep than ever, a little slow for the guard position but he can block better than o full grown mule
FERRIL RUSSEL—Holfback, known to his friends os "Cannon-Fodder"; Ferril made several outstanding plays this season; wolks bow-legged and soys he used to ride goats all the time
Captain LUDIE LYNN—Quarterbock, led the Cardinals through o most successful seoson- liked and respected by oil who know him; could olways be depended upon His ability to coll the right plays ot the right time helped moke many a touchdown for the Cardinals.
j. O BETTS—co-captom, played holfback on the Cardinal squad, a good, fast man who knows how to "grob" thot leather and streak around end, suffered o broken arm during the Tatum game and couldn't finish the seoson This is J O.'s lost year with the Cardinals.
JACK WHITAKER—Center, a good defensive ployer who wos large enough to stop those center plunges, played the toughest position on the team, liked by all his teammates ond fellow students. Jock will not be with us next seoson.
CHARI.ES ENDERSON—Fullbock, this is his second season- mode his shore of the extra points this year, a good player on both offense ond defense Chorles is known in Eunice as "Cosanovo."
jOE ROY HURD—Tockle, this is his first year, slightly handicapped because he is so tall known as "Bigdog " He played in most of the games this seoson
VERNON HOSTETTER—Guard; Vernon proved to be a good player his first year He is a good offensive player ond promises to be better next year, well liked by all his teammates
"FROSTY" SEABOLT—Holfbock, "Frosty" has ployed three yeors on the Cardinal teom, con be counted on to moke four or five yards every ploy Announcer at Artesio called him "125-pound keg of dynomite " He will ploy ogam next year
PETE BRIGHT—Holfbock, end: Pete come out for football about two weeks ofter the seoson started Determination and ability helped to make him a fine player
EDWARD POOL—Guard, this is Ed's second yeor with the Cordinols, fost, mode good showing in the Hogermon gome this yeor. He will ploy ogam next year
HAROLD SEABOLT—Guard, a fast mon who helped clear the way for many a touchdown, a willing worker who could always be depended upon to get his man (remember Loving ton I This is Harold's last year with the Cardinals.
HERMAN POOL—This is his second yeor on the Cardinal teom; a good guord and also o good defensive holfbock, a senior this year ond a good worker in onything. He is liked by all his teammates
LEE BOLES—Tockle; Lee probably trained more than any other ployer. He is very enthusiastic obout any sport; a bulwark in defensive ond offensive ploy. Doesn't understand how anyone con't like football.
BILLY LYNN—End; one of the outstanding players of the season; came out not knowing whether he would make the travelling squad or not; mode two or three touchdowns on passes ond double-reverse plays.
Sept. 15 Monument 0 Eunice 55
Sept 22 Jal -------------19-------Eunice------------- 0
Sept BO Artesio 6 Eunice 13
Oct. 6 --Hogermon 0 Eunice 41
Oct. 13----Tatum---------— 0------------Eunice 64
Oct. 20----Lovington ------- 7----------Eunice- ...—37
Oct 27 Monument — 0----------Eunice--------33
Nov. 10----Tatum —----------0-----------Eunice —.....55
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1— Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these "SCHOOL OPENS AGAIN "
6— Class work begins, officers of class are elected.
7— Student body chooses sponsors for classes.
12— Concert given by Lovington Band.
1 5—Band gives assembly. Played Monument in Football—Are the Cardinols Tough! Eunice 54, Monument 0.
16— Band goes to Lovington for Parade and Rodeo, swell time!
18—Special assembly, Negro Spirituals were sung. Scouts met
in new Scout hall.
22— Teachers give assembly. Jal-Eunice Football game, the game of the yeor. Eunice 0, Jal 19. Better luck next time boys.
29— Assembly given by Chief Deerfoot.
30— You're doing swell Cardinals! Eunice goes to Artesia. The game was another big victory for Eunice 13, Artesia 6.
2— Band plays concert, and bridge party is held to raise money. The classes elected Carnival King and Queen, the race is on!
3— Faculty unfair to Senior class so we hear in Assembly. The Cords played Hagerman and won 38 to 6. Nice going boys!
13— Even if it is Friday 13 we were not afraid 'cause we beat Tatum in Football 64 to 0. Tonight first night of school carnival.
14— Second night of school carnival Allene Clower named school queen and Frosty Seabolt named King -from the Junior class. Junior football boys go to Brownfield for footboll gome-got a bad breok, Paul Herbert broke his leg and we lost the game 12 to 7.
20— Eunice plays Lovington, whot a game! Eunice 28, Lovington 7
21— Juniors play Monohans—Eunice 13, Monahans 6
23— Wink Choral Club gives special assembly. School turns out to see 'THE WIZARD OF OZ."
24— Eunice wins gome from Monument. Teachers leave for Albuquerque for Teachers Meeting.
30— Home Economics Club Initiation. Mary Margaret Carpenter elected football queen. Attendants-Mildred Flemming, Morcella Woods, Jerry A. Dunham, and Lucille Frazier.
31— Freshmen have party and go to preview afterward Halloween and Black Cats.
3—Mr. Louis E. Diehl speaks in Assembly.
7—Pictures mode for the Annual.
10— Eunice plays Tatum, Mary Margaret Carpenter is crowned and gives the kickoff. Eunice wins 54 to 0.
11— Bond oes to Hobbs for Armistice day parode
15— Mr. McKay, President of Portales Junior College, speaks for Assembly.
17— Journalism class and Annual staff goes to El Paso, Edward Pool elected Vice President of the S. W. H. S. P. A.
23— Mr. Clark, the State Supervisor, visits school.
24— School has their first picture show.
27— School building dedicated by Governor Miles. Band Hall dedicated in memory of Emily Jean Palmer "PALMER HALL" Auditorium named "CONWAY AUDITORIUM."
28— Oh! Those pesky tests again!fyLt Qjl
Front Row: Edward Burt, Charley White, Bryon Ragsdale, Truitt Roberts, Louis Sherill, Jack Whitaker.
Second Row: Edward Pool, Truitt Berryman, Bill Trembly, I. O. Betts, B. H. Drury.
Back Row: Merian Scott, Wanda West, Ina Bell Rodgers, Elizabeth Newport, Pauline Hoppe, Mary Margaret Carpenter, Joyce Seger, Mildred Gaultney, Sponsor-Mrs. Peebles, Dorthy Ann Kelly Allene Clower. r'Camera Club
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Second Row: Sally Ruth Watson, Joan Barton, Georgia Leah Davis, Jackalene Connor, Dorothy Townley, Betty Ruth McWhorter, Barbara June Miller.
Third Row: Bess Sims, Dorothy Mayfield, Vivian White, Dorothy Lou Herron, Joyce Gaultney, Frances Hardison.
President -Mary Frances Gardner
Secretary Treasurer--- Frances Hardison
Reporter . Betty Ruth McWhorter
Song Leader ............ Wanda Mae SeaboltBack Row. Bernece Hanson, Wanda West, Pauline Hoppee, Norma Miller, Wilma Jean Baker, Arlene Johnson.
Front Row: Christine Boatman, Marjorie Pool, Helen Beth Elliot, Marcella Woods, Marqaret Ann Maness, Pauline Ford, Mary Beth Woodell.
President.................. Marcella Woods
Vice President — - Ruth Drinkard
Secretary and Treasurer Arleen Johnson
Social Chairman Margaret Maness
The Home Economics Club was organized October 25, 1939. Candle light initiation ceremony was held October 30, 1939. The club sent several delegates to the Annual District Home Economics Meeting in Hagerman and Dexter. The Eunice Club will be host for the District meeting in 1941. Marcella Woods was elected President of the District Home Economics Club.C. ommetcuil (L luI
First Row: Elois Ford, Wanda Lee Frazier, Margaret Mo ness, Marcella Woods, Inabelle Rodgers, Grade Sullivan.
Second Row: B. H. Drury, Truett Roberts, Jack Whitaker, Harold Seabolt, Elizabeth Newport, Mildred Fleming, Pauline Ford, Norma Bowman,
Third Row: Evalyn Eppler, Duane Shelton, J. 0. Betts, Buddy Evans, Linton Lanier, Bobbie Jeon Wilkins, Ramona Shakewitz, Merian Scott,
Fourth Row: Mary Margaret Carpenter, Raymond Holley, Barney Ruffner, Glen Currie, Robert Fleming, Gordon Ward.
Back Row: Edward Pool, Charles Endersen.
Members not Pictured: Joe Roy Hurd, Louis Sherrill, Patsy Dean Wallace, Bernece Hanson, Charlie White, Wanda Turner, Dor-thy Ann Kelly, Ludie Lynn, Mildred Gaultney, Allene Clower, Pauline Like, Elsie Kaul, Charles Heslep, Edward Burt, Thomas Heslep, Bryan Ragsdale, Herman Pool, Carl Russell.Eunice hliak Sc heel Band
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President, Band Student Council
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EDNA MARIE REEVES
Denver City Jr. Band
Band entertains Hobbs and Tatum with concerts there.
12— Roy Rogers gives school kids program.
13— Footlight Guild has party and give 2 acts of 'THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING."
14— Freshmen have valentine party.
16— Press conference in Odessa, ten students attend from Eunice.
17— Eunice plays and beats Tatum.
22— Eunice plays Socorro and loses.
23— "THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING" or should I soy ore here.
0. K. kids, swell play!
27— Band gives concert at Jal.
28— 'The Campbells Are Coming" given at Kermit Public Schools MARCH
1— juniors give assembly program.
2— Basketball Tournament at Roswell, many girls accompany the boys.
7— Juniors order rings for next year.
8— Home Ec. gives assembly program.
9— Lions Club Basketball tournament.
12— Class Basketball tournament started today — juniors vs. Freshmen, Juniors win.
13— Juniors and Sophomores play basketball, Juniors win.
15— -Hobbs present assembly program.
15— Eunice Band rehearsal held in Eunice, directed by D. 0. Wiley.
16— All the bands from Lea County come to Band Clinic.
5—Freshmen give Assembly.
12—Senior play, 'THE STRAW" by Eugene O'Neille.
BEN COOK (Huck)
Glee Club J. D. GILBERT (John Dear)
Band, Scout Jr. Football Basketball Jr. Tennis
CURTIS HARDISON (Saucer Eyes)
Band, Scout Jr. Basketball Jr. Football
MILDRED JUNE GOBLE
JEANNE MARIE KELLY
Glee Club Tennis
Jr. Basketball Jr. Football
MARY DELL BREWER
Basketball Jr. Football
WILLIAM EDWARD BURKE
Student Council Band, Scout Jr. Football
BILLY EARL CAIN
Jr. Band, Scout
SARAH LEE CHILDRESS
Glee Club AGA, Tennis Volleyball
BILLY BOB CANNEDY (Villain)
Jr. BandVIRGINIA McKIBBEN (Tootsie)
Vice President Band
MARY LOU KING
CLELAN RUSSELL (Squat)
Secretary, Glee Club
WALTER RAY WHITAKER
EDWARD LEE WILKERSON
BandSENIOR CLASS HISTORY (Continued)
When we were Sophomores we changed, and every one decided it was time to start studying. That year we had some more rooms built on our school building and a gym and auditorium combined. Our class was the largest in school and came first in everything (ot least we thought it did.) We went on a trip to Ruidoso and Cloudcroft and came back through the White Sands and the Carlsbad Cavern.
Here we are next to the last year in school in "Dear Old E. H. S." Everything is gliding along nicely. Now we have been so mean these last three years that we have to have two sponsors. The next swell guy to try and tame us down was Mr. Crutchfield. We were the ones responsible for giving the Seniors of 38'-39' a good time and a banquet. We worked for about a month raising money and we really did our best to put on o swell show. This year for our trip we went to Carlsbad Cavern on Governor's Day. At the end of the year we ordered our Senior rings.
Construction work has started again and this time we really have a pretty school building, 18 new rooms and a new band hall and auditorium and one of the most outstanding Home Economic Cottages in the state of New Mexico. And we the seniors only another year to enjoy this lovely school. But the little class started back in 35'-36 is still surviving. This year Mr. Byron is our other sponsor. The Sailors of Eunice High School are: Ozella Bennett, Mary Margaret Carpenter, Jr. Coleman, Evalyn Eppler, J. O. Betts, Lesta Burdett, Charles Eppler, Glen Currie, Al G. Curry, Mildred Fleming, Elois Ford, Mildred Gaultney, Buddy Evans, B. A. Drury, Joe Roy Hurd, Elsie Kaul, Dorthy Ann Kelly, Joyce Seger, Bertha Muncy, Ramona Shakewitz, Wanda Turner, Linton Lanier, Ludie Lynn, Herman Pool, Truett Roberts, Harold Seabolt, Duane Shelton, Patsy Dean Wallace, Doris May Houser, Louis Sherrill, Jack Whitaker, Charley White, Vance Williams, and W. H. Turner.
7— An Occident! James Burt cuts off two fingers in shop today.
8— Basketboll game with Monument lost. Juniors win.
15— Sixth grode gives assembly program, Juniors give skits from their play.
16— Junior ploy given "GEORGE IS IN A JAM." Nice going. Juniors!!!
20— Seniors have Senior Prom in the Palmer Band Hall.
21— Band has Christmas party.
22— Classes have their Christmas trees after Assembly and school is out.
31 —Bond takes off for El Paso.
1—Band marches at El Paso, wins 2nd in N. M. and 4th in all bands there.
5— Eunice plays Forrest in basketball, victory is ours 21 to 20.
6— Grondfolls 24, Eunice 21—we're the Cardinals.
13—Eunice 59, Lovington 34 Nice game!
19— Assembly given by 8th grade Eunice beats Tatum in Basketball.
20— Eunice ploys Dexter and they beat. Volleyball girls win their gome from Lovington.
21— Andrews vs. Eunice.MARY BETH WOODELL
Band Glee Club Home Ec Club
Camera Club 2
DOROTHY JO SIMS
Glee Club Jr. Band
Glee Club Pep Squad Tennis
Home Ec Club
MARTHA JEAN KENNEDY
San Antonio, Texas Home EconomicsBOBBIE JEAN WILKINS
Volleyball 1, 2, Commercial Club 2 Home Ec. Club 2
Boy Scout Glee Club
DOROTHY MAE HUNTER
Camera Club 2 Home Ec Club 2 Band 1, 2
WANDA NELL CONWAY
Home Ec Club RUTH DRINKARD
Glee Club Band
Glee Club Volleyball Tennis
Home Economics MADGE MILLER
Volleyball Home Economics
Denver City, Texas Commercial Club 2
Pampa, Texas Boy ScoutCHRISTINE BOATMAN
Volleyball 1, 2 Home Ec. Club 2
Volleyball 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2
Band 1, 2 Home Ec. Club 2
Glee Club 1, 2 Volleyball 1,2
WILMA JEAN BAKER
Home Ec. Club 2 Sec. Student Council 2
Home Ec. Club 2 Commercial Club 2
HELEN BETH ELLIOTT
Home Ec. Club 2
GERRY ANN DUNHAM
Home Ec. Club 2 Band 1, 2 Glee Club 2
ELMER WEST (Curley)VERNON WILSON
Football 1, 2 Basketball 2 Track 1,2
Home Ec Club 2 Glee Club 2
AGA 1,2 Volleyball 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2 Home Ec. Club 2
Band 1, 2 Class Pres. 2
RUBY LEE SEABOLT (Sister)
Glee Club 1, 2 Volleyball 1, 2
EDWARD LEE NEWPORT
Band 1, 2 Camera Club 2 Boy Scout
Glee Club 1, 2 Volleyball 1,2 Band 1, 2 AGA 1,2EDWARD BURT
Band 1, 2, 3 Jr. Football Jr. Basketball Commercial Club Jr. Tennis
Football Basketball Camera Club
Camera Club Commercial Club Band 3
NORMA BOWMANBILLY JEAN WARD
Band 1, 2, 3 Commercial Club
FRANKIE LOU SHELTON
Volleyball 2 Commercial Club 2, 3PAULINE LIKE
Commercial Club Glfee Club
Band 1, 2, 3 Commercial Club
Football 1,2, 3 Basketball 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 3 Pres. 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Band 1,2, 3
Glee Club Commercial Club
LAURA CHILDERS EUGENE SEABOLT (Frosty)
Glee Club 1,2 Basketball 1,2, 3 Home Ec Club Football 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Camera Club 2, 3 Best Athlete 2FLOYD BRIGHT (Pete)
Basketball 1, 2, 3
Football 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3
Commercial Club 3 Jr. Basketball
Band 1, 2, 3
RAYMOND HOLLEYCARL RUSSELL
Basketball 1, 2, 3 Tennis 2, 3 Track 2, 3
J. J. LEOWERY
Jr. Basketball 1
Jr. Football 2 Band 3
Commercial Club 3 Basketball 3
Commercial Club Band 3 Basketball 3
Band 1 Glee Club 2 Vice Pres. 1
3MRS. ANNE LAXSON
MR. W. R. WINGFIELD
Bond 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2
INA BELL ROGERS
Bond 1, 2, 3 Volleyball Footlight Guild 3 Glee Club 1,2, 3 Sec. Tr. 2, 3 Commercial Club 3
MARGARET MANESS MARCELLA WOODS
Commercial Club 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Camera Club 3 Ass't Editor of Annual 3 Pep Club 1 Home Ec Club 3
Home Ec Club 3 Band 1,2, 3 Commercial Club 3 Pep Club 1 Camera Club 3n ■
DORIS MAY HOUSER
Hobbs, New Mexico
The History of this Senior class is one that should not be forgotten. Our class was first heard of when we were in the eighth grade. We elected class officers and sponsor, (Mrs. Wingfield) and formed quite an organized class. We started our career in a big one room school building until our new school was being finished. It seemed like a very large building to us although it was only four large rooms and a library. At the end of that year we graduated into high school and thought that we were quite grown up.
At the beginning of the next year we really got it from the first of the year till the last day of school because we were the "fish." We had our ups and downs but we still had lots of fun. At the beginning of that year our roll consisted of the following: Mildred Biggs, Robert Biggs, Sylvia Brice, Mary Margaret Carpenter, Betty Carney, Junior Coleman, Bernece Manson, Irene Fraw-ner, Dorthy Ann Kelly, Bertha, Evert, and Ralph Muncy, Lenora Richardson, Louis Sherrill, Patsy Dean Wallace, Pleaz Farmer, Glen Boyd, Glen Currie, Durward Dyer, Buddy Evans, Othell Heinz, G. T. Lamberth, Dorthy Lewis, Estelle McCluskey, Hubert Rogers, Raymond Scarbrough, Harold Seabolt, John Stevens, Ralph Thornton, W. H. Turner, Melba Keys, J. O. Owens, Dale Philps, Ludie Lynn, and Lesta Burdett.
CONTINUED ON CALENDAR PAGEDUANE SHELTON
Football 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 Track 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3 Exchange Ed. for paper 4
Football 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2
PATSY DEAN WALLACE
Band 3, 4
Commercial Club 3, 4 AGA 2, 3, 4,
Home Economics Club 4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4
TOBY DRURYHERMAN POOL
Football 3, 4 Commercial Club Track 3, 4
Commercial Club 4
Band 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Senior Pat. Leader 3, 4 Commercial Club 3, 4 Footlight Guild 4 Boy's Quartet 4EVALYN EPPLER
Band 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 3, 4
J. O. BETTS
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 3, 4 Footlight Guild 4 Track 1, 2, 3
Volleyball 4 Commercial Club 4
B. H. DRURY
Football 4 Commercial Club 4
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2 Commercial Club 4
Commercial Club 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4
Football 3, 4
Pres, of Commercial Club 4 Footlight Guild 4
Commercial Club 4 Football 3 Track 2WANDA TURNER
JOE ROY HURD
Commercial Club 4 Football 4
Football 2, 3, 4
Commercial Club 3, 4ELSIE KAUL
Camera Club 4
AL G. CURRY
Commercial Club 4 Glee Club 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Foot light Guild 4 Home Economics Club 4DORTHY ANN KELLY
Band 3, 4 Commercial 3, 4 Camera 4 Footlight Guild 4 AGA 1,2, 3, 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Volleybalf 2, 3, 4
HAROLD SEABOLT (Chief)
Football 4 Track 1
Asst. Snap Shot Ed. 4 Class President 3 Footlight Guild 4 Camera Club 3, 4 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Crooner 1
'Monument, N. M.)
Camera Club 4 Commercial Club 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain Volleyball 4
Football 4 Basketball 1, 2 Band 2, 3, 4 Track 1
Commercial Club 4 Footlight Guild 4 Camera Club 4 Most Handsome Boy 2, 3BERNECE HANSON
Home Ec. Club 4
Sec. of Commercial Club 2,3,4
Pres. AGA 1, 2, 3, 4
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4
Snap Shot Ed. of Annual 4
Class Treas. 3, 4
Mary Margaret Carpenter
Band 2, 3, 4
Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 3, 4 Footlight Guild 4 Vice President of AGA 2, 3, 4 Editor of Annual 4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Business Mgr. of Class 3, 4
Band 2, 3, 4 Business Mgr. of Class 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4
MILDRED GAULTNEY (Milly)
Drum Major 3, 4 Commercial Club 3, 4 Treas. of AGA 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Sec. of Band 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Art Editor of Annual 4 Captain of Volleyball 3 Co-Captain of Volleyball 4 Footlight Guild 4MRS. WINGFIELD
Pres. Student Council 4 Bond 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 Footlight Guild 4 Class President 4 Bus. Mgr. of Annual 4
Band 2, 3, 4 Asst. Scout Master 3, 4 Vice Pres, of Class 4 Band Mgr. 2, 3, 4
Class Sec. 4 Composition Ed. 4
zz enLOt NAME
Ludie Duane Elsie Bernece Evalyn Ramona Linton Joe Roy Harold Mary M. Mildred F. Joyce Seger Patsy Dean B. H.
Doris May J. 0.
Charles E. Buddy Louis Truett Herman Jack W. Vance Wanda T. Dorthy Ann Mildred G.
Working Boy Slim Herm Whakkey
Dead End Kid
Shadow to Duane
PET EXPRESSION ASPIRATION
"Oh my Gosh" Coach
" Go on" Field Work
"Oh foot" Aviator
"Tis not" House wife
"Great Heavens" Archaeologist
"Oh Hannar" Secretary
"Nuts to you" C. P. A.
"Come on Boo and take me home" Highway Patrolman
"Well I'll be dog gone" President
"Well," 1 don't see why" Secretary
"Well, all right" P. E. Inst.
"Kelsey" Beauty Operator
"Garden Seeds" Secretary
"Mrs. Wingfield I'm tired" Nothing Dog Doctor
"That's too much" Engineer House Wife Secretary Architect
"The little man who wasn't there" Agriculturist
"Agnes, what a bear track" Aviator
"I ain't done nuttin" Undecided
"Twern't, me Skeered me" Architect
"When I was in Egypt"
House Wife "Why? Mrs. Wingfield" Doctor
"Stephn" dear School TeacherA. B.—Univ. of Colorado Jr. High Ph. Ed.
Secretary to Supt. A. B.—N.M.N.U.WM. R. WINGFIELD
A. B.—N.M.N.U. ’35 Math, Biology
MRS. NINA L. PEEBLES
B. A.—Hardin-Simmons U. ’3 1 English, Speech
ANNA L. LAXSON
B. S.—North East Mo.
M. S.—University of Colo. Home Economics
B. A.—U.S.N.M. ’34 Music—Jr. High
JULIAN W. CATON
A. B.—N.M.N.U. ’31 M. A.—N.M.U.
Jr. High Principal
MRS. LILA BROWN
B. A.—Baylor University Jr. HighU. G. MONTGOMERY
Coach, Science, History A. B.—N.M.N.U. ’30 M. A.—Colorado
MRS. BOB GREEN
Librarian, Eng., Spanish B. A.—Texas Tech ’30C A.
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(j o Mr. W. F. Turner as a token of our appreciation for his sincere loyalty to the school and community he helped to build— for his character and leadership that mark him a true pioneer of the west of which he is so much a part.ou t.
ILENE GUTHRIE County Superintendent
SETH ALSTON, President R. L.
D. W. PATTON R.
MRS. ILENE GUTHRIE Secretary
T. W. RUSSELL, President D. E. HOOVER, Secretary F. E. HARDISON
ROBINSON S. GASTON
e, the Senior class and staff, present to you, students of Eunice High School, The 1940 Cardinal. We bring you this annual so in the years to come it may prove dear to you in both the serious and the humorous things that happened in E. H. S.Le atdutal
Published by THE SENIOR CLASS of
EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL Eunice, New Mexico
Mary Margaret Carpenter
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