Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM)

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A Record GlaUmalel and JlapyxenluyA 0 My Jtiyh School yea My flame------------- My School------------ My -loom------------- - Ackerman, Robert Anderson, Joe Clyde Anderson, John Anderson, J. W. Anderson, Verda Anthls, Horace Anthis, Norman Barlow, Ralph Barron, Philomeno Buchanan, Arville Cain, Robert Cornelius, Flqyd Cornelius, George L. Corporan, Chester Corporan, Dwane Day, David Dobson, Hamel Donaghe, Harold Dornak, August Doraak, Johnnie Duffy, John Henry Fields, Jake Fitzgerald, Bob Franzen, James Gallatin, Elbert Guynes, Ben Guynes, Ralph Hahn, Elroy Hale, Paul Hale, Riley Harvey, Marcus Heath, Louis Hejtmanek, Frank Henson, Arthur Hermansen, Rex Hickl, Jessie Hunt, Arl Jacks cm, Henry Jenkins, Billie Johnson, Francis Jones, Wesley Junek, Joe Kana, Edwin Kana, Joe Karm, L. D. King, William Jr. Kosarek, Frank Lee, Cecil Lee, Melvin Liggett, Milford Williams, Roy' Zemanek, Victor Lillie, Robert Linder, Billie Logan, Bert Lubojasny, Justin Lubojasky, Marvin Malcik, Alfred Matthes, Russell Matthes, Edward McKissick, Billie McKissick, Warren Mize, Bennie Mondrik, George Morris, Eddie • Morton, Bill Mozley, Howard Muenich, John Nedbalek, Emil Nemec, Joe Ondracek, Rosie Ondracek, Tonie Penland, Eugene Penland, Glen Penland, Ray Lee Pierce, Lee Purvis, Benton Ramsey, Billie Reed, Billie Rhodes, B. B. Rhodes, T. W. Richardson, Dewell Richardson, Joyce Riekaway, Curtis Rickaway, James Rickaway, Lindsey Robertson, Rufus Robertson, Theron Sanford, Walter Allen Schulte, Arthur Lee Sherrill, Wesley S if ford, Preston Sifford, Weldon Spies, William Spurnqy, Milton Sutton, Lex Taska, Delvin Thomas, Robert Vavra, Franklin Wells, Derwood Williams, Bruce To MR. NELSON For his splendid service as superintendent and coach of our school we dedicate this colume of "THE CARDINAL"  R E Coffin SOCIAL studies MrvAletd B Nelson home economics George K Nelson SUPERINTENDENT Mrs. Bodie Joints mathematics Mrs. VVir i if red WKeeler COMMERCIAL 3W -lard. Ju.r elc BtSiHESS manager Elsie Hudson EDITOR War puerile ttendri ASSISTANT BUSINESS A NACER ASSISTANT EDITOR Fadelle Hutchings SOCIAL E0ITOR Dorotky Karva. ASSISTANT SOCIAL EDITOR Marcella. OrsAk SPORTS EDITOR Hol een Taska ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITORSemmJ) Se vwyxA A. C. HiiiiTc.il Vice-President CLARA JUNE President FaYDELLE HUTCHINGS Secretary and Treasurer i'aNNIE MERLE WEaVER MaRCELLa ORSAK Reporter ELSIE HUTSON Sgt. of Arms ELZIE MASSEY LORENE HAHN LOWELL JOHNSON GARLAND GUYNES HELORES BaaRON ELVa JEaN WELLS GEORGE HEJTMaNEK HlCHari) NLaEC MaRLYNL HaSSEY BESSIE BAGLEY EVELYN FaY DaNNELs ELITE (UNa KaIHKYN BOWERS WILLIE MAE LASLIE CHaaLIE LUBOJaoAY MaRY ONDxiaCEK iSENIORS - IF ONLY Clara didn't say such silly things all the time. Elsie didn't leave books all over the school. Faydelle wasn't such a scatterbrain. Bessie walked a little faster. Lowell behaved better. Garland wasn't so short. Katherine didn't keep us in the dark about Bill D. A. C. wasn't so tall. Lorene didn't hate Geometry so much. Marcella didn't giggle so slow. Dolores wasn't so little. Elzie wasn't supposed to stucfy so much. Marlyne wasn't so quiet at times. Edith could stand up in volleyball. Evelyn wasn't so noisy most of the time. Mary wouldn't laugh so loud. Richard didn’t have so many girlfriends. Charlie wasn't in such a daze arouad Lillie K. George wasn't such a ladies' man. Willie Mae would tell us about the WTG-WML love affair. Fannie Merle hadn't left us. Mrs. Nelson didn't think we were such dopes. THIS CLASS WOULD BE PERFECT We the Senior Class of 1944-45, want to thank our teachers, parents, sponsors, and board members for all of the kind guidance you have bestowed upon us in the past eleven years. You have made our school days seem as part of our daily living by giving us every convenience and advantage you possibly could. Without each and everyone of you our school would not be complete. We hope each and every one of us will be able to repay each of you in some respect or manner, materially or spirtually..ENIOR CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1945, of Blessing, Mutugarda Count , State of Texas, do hereby make, public1, uni declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revolting all foraer will;? a-aae by us. 1. Clara Junek-I hereby will »y ability' to bu a one-«a n-.;al to Jackie Webb. 2. Elsie Hutson-I hereby will my ability to aggravate Mr. Nelson by asking questions to Marguerite Hendrix. 3. Faydelle Hutchings-I heresy will my ability to bet to class just as the bell rings to Frank Brhlik. 4-« Marcella Orsak-I hereby will ny aoility to knock -own tne opposing team with a volleyball spike to hub Lee Hahn. 5. Lorene Hahn-1 hereby will my ability to gripe in clast just for the fun of it to Dorothy Fay drister. 6. Garland Guynes-I hereby will ny luck at gettiog sane giant to guard in playing basketball to Holleen Tasxa. 7. Lowell Johns on-I hereby will my ability to get acquainted with night life and still play basketball to Eomund Kana. 8. Fannie Merle Slone-I hereby will my ability to help Mr. Nelson in the office to the one he chooses next year. 9. Bessie Bagley-I hereby will my fast walking ability to aiyone who is not in a hurry to get there. 10. Katherine Bowers-I hereby will my ability to work Geometry to next year's Geometiy Class. (Heaven Help You) 11. A. C. Harter-I hereby will all broken articles throughout the school, including wall plaster, to Mr. Thomas. 12. Dolores Barron-I hereby will my half-pint size to Agnes Nemec. 13. Elzie Massey-I hereby will my ability to get the Midfielders' to school on time to anyone who is willing to take it. 14.. Marlyne Massey-I hereby will my ability to stay at home and study to Henry Guynes. 15. Edith Kana-I hereby will my ability to make all the dances unescorted to Dorothy Kana. 16. Evelyn Fay Dannels-I hereby will ny ability to talk in class to Bobby Jenkins and Robert Smith. 17. Mary Onrracek-I hereby will my ability to make the Geometry class laugh to. Margie Neuszer. 18. Richard Nemec-I herety will my ahility to be seen with a different girl every date to Carol Hunt. 19. Charlie Lubojasky-I hereby will ny ability to "get around" without anyone knowing it to Joe Frank Jenkins. 20. George Hejtmanek-I hereby will my industrious nature to all the 1946 Senior bqys. (You'll need it) 21. Willie Mae Laslie-I hereby will ny ability to memorize parts for programs to Elva Wayne Slaughter. SIGNED The Senior ClassCOMMENCEMENT SERMON WAS DELIVERED BY PLACE DATE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS WAS DELIVERED RY PLACEhfJal belioeAed by Place 1bate--------------- C b tu te tceme tt Add ie i fUJaA. beiioe'ud luj._____ Place jbate % FRANK BRHLIK, JR., President ELSIE MADDOX, Vice-President TELIA MAE HIBEL, Secretary St Treasurer ALBERT RICKAWAY, Reporter EDMOND KANA, Sgt. of Arms EVA WOODSON CAR HELL HUNT MARGIE NEIJSZER JEANINE SPOOR HENRY GUYNES LOIS FITZGERALD HOLLEEN TASKA ROYCE LEE JAKSCH MARGUERITE HENDRIX GEORGE CAPAK PLAfCHE BOWERS LILLIE KRESEK ROBERT FABERGAL EMMA COLLINS JOHNNY NEDBALEK DUDLEY HEATH DOROTHY 9RISTER LEE m:ze EDNA DAY AGNES 3 RC ALFRED SMITHJUNIOR NEWS PRESIDENT . . VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY . . SGT. OF ARMS REPORTER . . . . . SONNY BRHLIK . . . ELSIE MADDOX . .DELLA MAE HEBEL . . . EDMUND KANA ALBERT LEE RICXWAY Class Motto: "Onward Always" Color: Lavendar—white Flower: Gladioli Song: Always WE ALL WONDER: Who is Albert Lee's girl friend. Will Jeannine be true and wait for her sailor. Will Della Mae get married when school is out. Will Margie choose the Arny or the Navy. What goes on between Johnnie and a Freshman girl. Will Edna's romance with L.B.L. work out okay? Good Luck Edna. If Lois is still a Miss. If Marguerite will get married when the Fleet comes in. If Agnes will quit talking and settle down. If Royce Lee will ever quit acting so silly. What Sonry does in Bay City every Sat. night about 12 o'clock. How Blanche got along on her first date. If George still likes slop bucket shampoos. Will Edmund ever make a basketball player. Where Bill Dannels and Henry go on Sat. nights. V hat goes on between Emma and Fred. Who the red headed girl is Jug holds hands with on the bus. Why Eva likes to rub noses with C. K. What goes on between Holleen and Jeannine on the bus. Will Lee ever grow any. Why Robert likes to work in Palacios. What happened to Dor thy Faye and H. N. If Dudley and Eva could be more than friends. Why Lillie is always so quiet.WHAT WOULD WE DO "if" Dudley came to school every day. Eva didn't make eyes at all the boys. Lois quit going with A. C. Sonny didn't chew gum all the time. Albert Lee stopped fussing with our English teacher. Emma didn't have that solemn look. Carrell knew his Geometry every day. Lillie didn't have that sweet smile for Charlie. Royce Lee didn't act so silly all the time. Blanche didn't study so hard all the time. Henry didn't run around so much. Holleen didn't act as a gentleman all the time. Agnes didn't talk loud most of the time. Elsie didn't have that smartness always. George wasn't so awfully funny. Dorothy Faye could get along with someone. Johnnie wasn't so bashful. Margie could make up her mind about her love affairs. Robert didn't have such curly hair. Jean nine happened to grow a little. Edmund wasn't so good looking. Della Mae didn't talk about Bay City all the time. Lee was really good for once. Marguerite wasn't so nice all the time. Edna didn't giggle and also wasn't so nice. Mrs. Wheeler's little tin "Lizzy" failed to cane to school some morning. Yes, what would we do? We would be strangers to every one in school and we wouldn't be able to be the "dignified" seniors of next year. The fellows and girls who have left us this year are: Barbara Hermansen, a swell pal to everyone and we all miss her very much. Curtis Penland, one of the funniest boys in our class.S p k o tn me6S'ofi DOROTHY KAN A, President BFTT RICHARDSON, Vice-Preeilea' JACKIE WEBB, Secretary Treasurer NFEDA FAYE STUBB LEFIELD ROBERT SMITH BOBBIE ANN DUFFY JIMMY MIZE YVONNE WEA FR BOBBY JENKINS ROSEMARY 7Ra Li WAYNE SLAUGHTER RAUL REYES DORA JEAN HURTA IRENE PEC HA MEDFORD REBEL NELLIE 1IMCKE JACK CARRINGTON EDWIN BOWERS RUBY MAE HOHECKA FRANK VRANA DKLPHINE MACHAC■ SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT......................DOROTHY KANA VICE PRESIDENT.............BETTY RICHARDSON SECRETARY.....................JACQUELINE WEBB REPORTER ...... .NEEDA FAYE STUBBLEFIELD SOT. OF ARMS...................ROBERT SMITH STUDENTS FAVORITE SONGS GIRLS: Needa Faye Stubblefield Jacqueline Webb--------- Betty Richardson-------- Dorothy Kana------------ Ruby Horecka------------ Bobbie Ann Duffy-------- Yvonne Weaver----------- Wayne Slaughter--------- Irene Pecha------------- Nellie Lemcke----------- Dora Jean Hurta--------- Rose Mary Vrana--------- --------If It's Wrong To Love You ----------------Don't Fence Me In --------------------1 Dream Of You ---------------------------Always -How Mary Hearts Have You Broken ------------An Hour Never Passes ---------------------1 Walk Alone ------------Soldiers Last Letter -----------------It Had To Be You ---------------------Mairzy Doats -----------------Nobody's Darling ---------------------1 Walk Alone BOYS: Bobby Jenkins---- Robert Smith----- Frank Vrana------ Medford Hebei---- Jimmie Mize------ Edwin Bowers----- Delfine Macha---- Dempsey Tucker— ■Into Each Heart Some Rain Must Fall -----------If Its Wrong To Love You ------------------------Nobody's Darling ------------------Great Speckled Bird -----------By The River of the Roses --------------------------Army Air Corps -----------------Mister Five By Five ------------------Dance With A Dolly MOTTO Practice Makes Perfect SONG I'm Sending You Red Roses FLOWER Red Rose COLOR Red We want to thank- our dear sponsor, Mrs. Jones, for her kind cooperation and leadership......SOPHOMORES FIVE YEARS AGO I visited several different schools about five years ago, when all the Sophomores were in the fourth grade. The first school I visited was Collegeport. As I walked into the room, Bobbie Ann threw her speller at her teacher and broke her teacher's glasses. She jumped out the window and climbed down the fire escape. Edwin and Jimny were sitting on little stools with caps on and the letters D-U-N-C-E printed on them. I didn't know what it meant then, but I do now. The next school I visited was Blessing Grammar School. Bobby Jenkins and Demsey Tucker were in the principal's office getting a whipping for sliding down the fire escape. Sounds impossible, but Rose Mary and Frank were over in the corner whispering away, and then Mr. Nelson looked up. Maybe that's wiy they don't talk much ary more. Next came Midfields. Betty and Nellie were up at the blackboard with their noses in a ring far giggling. Irene and Wayne were over in the corner talking about their boyfriends in the fifth grade who were going to be soldiers. I wonder if tney have rate as "Buck Privates", yet? Dorotly and Delphine were making faces at each other. It really wasn't necessary. All they had to do was look at each other. That would have been enough. I can't say anything about Dora Jean, she's such a good little girl, especially when she is asleep. The same with Yvonne. Am I Kidd in'? When Ruby had to stay in after school was out, she just jumped out the window and ran home. No wonder she lives so close to school. It comes in handy sometimes, does it not? We don't know much about Robert and Jackie, but I heard Jackie had to furnish her class with candy one day because she was caught eating Hersheys in school. I can't afford to say anything about Medford. I guess you all know why—I went to grammar school with him. And that makes up our present Sophomore class.  AuMynttAis KUBIE LEE HAHN Secretary Treasurer. CaRQLYN hood President. Lila MAE FITZOEaaLD Vice-President. MARIE W00D60N RICHaRD mozley JaNIE lejsal James carpenter Hailey anderson LIDDIE SKRaBaNEK JOE FRANK JENKINS HATTIE FaYE NICHOLSON ETHEL MaRIE NICHOLSON DONaLD MORTON LOUISE GALLIa EDWARD LEZAK nOBEnT HOLLOWAY BERTHA ANN HALE JEROME HLAVATY ELSIE MUENICH JOY HEBERT BILLY GENE HENDRIX SOPHIE LEJSAL TONY FABRYGEL MEIRA BRISTER MARION LEZAK DORIB LEE SPOOR MELTON STEPEES JOHNNIE CLARK JOSEPHINE SVETLIK ELLA SAHA ANGELIME STASTA VICTOR WATZLAVIK MINNIE BELL WARN EOCENE RICEAWAY ANNIE NEEBALEK W. D. WARN BOBBIE RUTH WARE BETTY JEAN MATTHES ETHEL SHAMBLEEFRESHMAN news PRESIDENT. . . VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY. . . REPORTER . . . SONG LEADER. . SPONSOR . . . . . . CAROLYN HOOD LILA MAE FITZGERALD . . .RUBY LEE HAHN LILA MAE FITZGERALD .... JOY HE3LRT . .MR. R.E. COFFIN Class Motto: Today we follow; Tomorrow we lead. Class Flower: Gardenia Class Song: Smoke On The Water IDEAL BOY Hair.............Jerome Disposition. . . . James Eyes............Richard '’omplexion .... Ralph Grin.............Donald Laugh............Marion Smile............Victor Friendliness . . .Eugene Meaness. . . .Billy Gene IDEAL Hair.............Ruby Lee Hahn Eyes . . . .Lila Mae Fitzgerald Figure . .Hattie Faye Nicholson Complexion . . . Annie Nedbolek Disposition. . . . Carolyn Hood Lips........................Jqy Hebert Legs............Dovie Lee Spoor Laugh. . .Ethel Marie Nicholson Smartness. . . .Bertha Ann Hale Shyness. . . . Liddie Skrabanek Silliness. . .Josephine Svetlik Clumsiest...................Opal Guynes Smartness...................Halley Neatness....................Edward Personality . . .Joe Frank quietness.....................Tony Best Sport....................W.D. Most Stuck Up . . . .Milton Slowest.....................Johnny Ignorance...................Robert GIRL Most Ladylike. . Mari-e Woodson Shortest................Ella Saha Personality. . . . Minnie Warn Quietest . . . Angeline Stasta Most Popular . . . Bobbie Ware Neatness .... Sophie Lejsal Sassiest............Elsie Muenich Primpiest...........Janie Lejsal Sportiest. . . .Dorothy Sherrer Most Ambitious . . Louise Galia Most Timid .... Marie BowersTHE AMBITIONS OF THE F RES MAN CLASS OF 1944 Hattie Faye Nicholson Liddie Skrabanek..... Opal Guynes.......... Joy Hebert........... Elsie Muenich........ Minnie Warn.......... Ethel Nicholson...... Annie Nedbalek....... Josephine Svetlik.... Angeline Stasta...... Marie Woodson........ Bertha Hale.......... Dorthy Sherrer....... Louise Gallia........ Ella Saha............ Sophie Lejsal........ Bobbie Ruth Ware..... Dovie Lee Spoor...... Carolyn Hood......... Marie Bowers......... Lila Mae Fitzgerald.. Joe Frank Jenkins.... James Carpenter...... Tony Fabrygel........ Richard Moxley....... Billy Gene Hendrix... Jerome Hlavaty....... Robert Holloway...... Eugene Rickway....... W. D. Warn........... Edward Lezak......... Victor Watzlavik...... Milton Steffek....... Marion Lezak......... Halley Anderson...... Donald Morton........ .........................Nurse .......................Saleslady .....................Girl Pilot ...............Registered Nurse .....................Housewife .....................Housewife .........................Nurse .....................Secretary .........................Nurse .....................BooKKeeper .......................Housewife .......................Housewife ....................Stenographer ......................Salesclerk .......................Secretary ....................Stenographer ....................Stenographer ....................Stenographer .............Interior Decorator .......................... Nurse ............Model or Secretary .......................Cattleman .........................aviator ..........................Sailor ......................Cowpuncher ................Naval Aviator ...........................Pilot ........"Poor excuse for a man" ................Civil Engineer ........................Mechanic .................... Cowpuncher .........................Rancher .........................Rancher ..........................Pilo.t ...........................Pilot ."Herd cattle with an airplane"  }(MvLjLralL Left to Right Front Row: Betty Richardson, B String} Clara Junek, A String; Lorene Hahn, A String; Sophie Lejsal, B String; Ruby Lee Hahn, B String; Janie Lej-sal, B String; Dortiy Kana, B String; Back Row: Evelyn Dannels, A String; Marcella Orsak, A String; Margie Neuzer, B String; Mary Ondracex, A String; Lila Mae Fitzgerald, B String; Elsie Hutson, A String; Edna Day, B String; Irene Pecba,3 Spring; Mrs. Ale-ta Nelson, Coach. Our team, composed of Seniors, wish all of the girls on the future teams much enjoyment and pleasure from the games in which they will participate. He have enjoyed ourselves tremendously during all the years that we have played. Some of the teams that we had played this yenr were: Markham, Van Vleck, Louise. We want to thank all of those who furnisled transportation facilities for us in the past years.llaAkitlraM Left to Fight ... ’ Front Row: George Capak, B String; George Hejtmanec, B String; frank Behllk, B String; Lowell Johson, A String Forward; Garland G -nes, A String Forward; Back Rows Mr. G. K. Nelson, Coach; Holleen Ts.ska, B String; Albert Lee RicK-away, B String; A. C. Harter, A String Center; Edmund Sana, a String Guard; Henry Giynes, A String Guard; Carrol Hint, 3 String. Team Scare 31essing 19 Blessing 30 Blessing 27 Blessing 20 Blessing 15 Blessing 29 Blessing 17 Blessing 27 Blessing 23 Blessing 28 Blessing 24 Blessing 28 Blessing 26 Bier sing 36 TOTAL 349 BASKETBALL SCORES Team Score Palacios 17 Van Vleck 42 Markhar. 25 Van Vleck 30 Palacios 29 Louise 33 Marc ham 32 Louise 40 Camp Hulen 43 Van Vleck 44 Markham 26 Camp Hulen 18 Marc ham 40 Van Vleck 18 437OufiSc itbtm uC OAM€ OPPONENTS PLACE DATE OUR SCORE MIR SCORE VISITORS HOME sc wm » (jAAY; OFFICERS president......................Fannie merle slone VICE PRESIDENT.......................LOjJENE HAW SECRETARY AND TREASURER..............YVONNE WEAVER REPORTERS................NSEDa FAYE STUBBLEFIELD, .......................... CAROLYN HOOD PROGRAM CHAIRMAN.......................JOY HEBERT SPONSOR...............................MRS. WHEELER COLORS.............................BLUE AND WHITE SONG.............................THE CANDLES BURN Slogan as Girl Reserve, I will txy to face iife squarely Purpose To find and give the best We want to thank our sponsor, Mrs. Wneeler, for her kind cooperation with all the girl reserves. Top Rows Jackie Wehb, Opal Guynes, Elva Jean Wells, Marcella Orsaa, Josephine Svet-lik, Clara Junek, Lorene Hahn, Center Row: Marie Woodson, Minnie Bell Warn, Needa Faye Stubblefield, Elsie Hutson, and Nellie Lemeke, Bottom Row; r . , „ , Delores Barron, Bertha Ann Hale, Carolyn Hood, Jay Hebert, Ruoy nee Hahn, Fannie Merle Slone, Faydelle Hutchins, Betty Richardson, Yvonne Weaver, Ruby Mae Horecka, and Mrs. Wheeler----Sponsor.Jhyyne, G vurntooi OFFICERS President....................Dor thy Kane Vice President...............Elsie Maddox Secretary and Treasurer. .Lois Fitzgerald Reporter ..... .............. .Eva Woodson Top Row-Left to right! Edna Dey, Melba Brister, Erwin Collins, Marcella Orsa ., Della Mae Hebei, Agnes Nexec, Josephine Svetlik, Clara Junek, Lorene Hahn, Angelina Stastn, Lillie Krenek. Second Row-Left to right: Margie Neuszer, Jacqueline Webb, Dorthy Brister, Lila Mae Fitzgerald, Needa Fay Stubblefield, Marie Bowers, Elva Wayne Slaughter, Irene Pecha, Nellie Lexeme, Hattie Fae Nicholson, Blanche Bower3, Willie Mae Laslie. Third Row-Left to right: Jeamine Spoor, Bertha ann Hale, Rose Mary Vrana, Joy Hebert, Elsie Hutson, Fay-delle Hutchings, Yvonne Weaver, Bobbie Ann Duffy, Betty Jean fu.chai-di.on, Evelyn Dan-nels, Ruty Mae Korccka, Mrs. Nelson---Sponsor. Fourth Row-Left to Ri it: Liddie Skrabanek, Marie Nicholson, Minnie Belle Warn, Marie Woodson, Carolyn Hood, Dolores Barron, Eva Woodson, Elsie Maddox, Portly Kana Lois Fitzgerald, Marguerite Hendrix, Sophie Lejsal, Ella Saha, Louise Gallia, Ruby Lee Hahn, Elsie Muenich.ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS of 1944 - 1945 The club engaged in the following activities, and accom-plis hed: An initiation program was given for those who were beginning their first year of Homemaking. We sponsored a magazine contest and our profit being of $63.46. Bonds arid stamps were sold each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We helped in the scrap paper drive. The club donated $100.00 towards the purchase of a motion picture projector for the School. The Hoqjiemaking II girls made a cork purse which they sold at the Carnival and made a profit of $25.00. The Homemaking I girls made lapel pins and handwork for the School Carnival. Homemaking III girls made a layette consisting of seventeen pieces which were: 2 dresses, 1 gown, 1 slip, 1 blanket, 2 sac-cues, 3 paii' booties, 1 cap, 1 kimona, 2 diapers, 3 bibs, and 1 wrapper. The entire cost of the layette was $6.50. The layette was given away at the Christmas Program, with a profit of $19.30. Tuberculosis Christmas seals were sold and a Victory Garden was planted. A wool lined comfort will be made and given away in the spring. The Club sends an article to the paper twice a week. During the summer the following things were completed: garments made were 112, repaired and remodeled were 125, there was 82 pieces of hand work, 1055 meals were prepared, 472 containers of food prepared and one quilt was pieced and quilted. New articles for the Homemaking Roam were bought as: pyrex, pot plants and crystal. The Homemaking I girls are learning how to knit and they made gifts for Christmas. We wish to thank our sponsor Mrs. Nelson for her cooperation and kindness to us. H. E. THREE GIRLS■ . . OuJt MAKE POSSIBLE OUR HI H SCHOOL ANNUAL__ The Students, faculty s— Board Members of The Blessing Independent School District. ROSENZWIEGS milady's shoppe BAY CITY, TEXASA. I?. MATTHES FARM EQUIPMENT CO. TRACTORS HORSES PARTS MECHANIC TRUCKS MULES SERVICE SERVICE BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY ELECTROLUX £err ce g Ot r Moffo 0AV CITY t— BLESSING, rEX. PH0.265I PHO. 26RUGEL£Y MOTOR GO. Je ccess ft AND€R?0N'RU6€L-£r AUTO CO. BUICK Avtotm« til I GOODYEAP. TKt.es -faties fast, ' 5 »» » » f ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. EL CAAAPO ( TE.X.rfjtf tfAY c ity floral go. BAY CITY tTExa s 8av citv tsANktrmr co. UAV CITY rt A S£ l C£- f £ MEMBER. OF FEDERAL RESERVE iYSTEN1 f: D.I.GCOMPLETE BANKING SERVICE" rf lt defy AMBULANCE SERVICE PHO.kll 15 BAY CITY, TEXA-sFRANKS GROCERY 1— CAFE- Glejcing t rexA f esm meats -------- coR ep meat; HOME - CO 0 K£ D FOOD PRICK'S 6 all Kino s arr r4 ' af trec it ( TRIANGLE service STATION ROQCRT RiCKAVUAY ; PROP. GM OIL , PRINKS y EAT"S CHASSIS LUBRICATION SERVICE TILLMAN'S U7 E. nt. St. Bay City Texas Mr (? t) ppLACK'S AUTO ASSN STORE |3AY CITY,TEX. 7T- -J E. FAWS OtUKelE. £ vj y £000 £4 re t( 4f7 r WHITE KITCHEN £— £ 6£T ££0£ S M C£ BENNETTS REFRIGERATION SERVICE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES WfS TINS MOOSE' APPLIAfVCtfS ©AV Cl TY TEX . JHmftLer 0i iLDeR.$ HA Pu Afce: I — P SlNfTS (3KFiiI , Tar x . CCMEIVT PHO • 5 iqqq PHo. 23Ql 7 ' iiap AW«.G ___________CrrY ,TC X W. W.CALDWELL Bay city, rex a 4 LADIES READy — TO - WEA R_ — M I LUKiERV ___ Btfi.0TV SALON - PHO. 91 BAY C it y re AS •3AV CITY TEXA S E . A S 1 PTA M6R . CHESTERFIELDS 2 £y O.I+. A YDEgSON SALESMAN BLESSING SHOE SHOP Fy«N|TO«r repair S“H« P VI PW0L5TCRV e . srAiiKS prop Sue: s s 1 h c. ; re . AMERICAN LIBERTY OIL 00. 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Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

1947

Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

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