Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM)

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o • Bg » •-CONWAY AUDITORIUMTHE CARDINAL Imogene Kaker Editor Peggy Lee Business Manager Art Editor Joy Schoolcraft Assistants Members of the Senior Class J. W. Caton Mrs. Oliver Wildman AdvisersFOREWORD We, the Staff and Seniors, present to you. the students, the 1946 Cardinal. It has been our wish to portray in a spirit true to E.H.S. the humorous side of things as well as the serious side. We bring you this annual so that in the years to come, it may be dear to you in refreshing your memories. CONTENTS Dedication ........................................... 5 School Board ......................................... 6 Administration ....................................... 7 Seniors ............................................... 13 Juniors ............................................... 17 Snapshots ............................................. 2D Sophomores ............................................ 21 Snapshots ............................................. 24 Freshman .............................................. 25 Junior High .......................................... 29 Snapshots ............................................ 32 Small Fry ............................................ 33 Activities ........................................... 41 Junior Play .......................................... 54 Senior Play .......................................... 55 Favorites ............................................. 56 History .............................................. 61 Senior Class Will..................................... 62 Senior Prophecy ...................................... 63 School Calendar ...................................... 64 Ads .................................................. 65THE CARDINAL STAFF OF 1946 WISHES TO DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL TO OUR BELOVED SPONSOR, MRS. WILD-MAN, WHO HAS GIVEN SO MUCH OF HER TIME AND EFFORT TO US ALL THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL. SHE HAS HELPED US THROUGH MANY HARDSHIPS AND HAS HELPED US TO MAKE MANY VITAL DECISIONS; FOR THESE THINGS WE CAN NEVER THANK HER ENOUGH NOR SHALL WE EVER FORGET HER.COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MARY LOU CARSON Superintendent BOARD MEMBERS Seth Alston, President D. W. Patton Mrs. Mary Lou Carson Secretary R. L. Robinson R. L. Brunson LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD F. F. Hardison, President Robert Shields, Secretary W. S. Holmes, MemberTo all whose industry and good citizenship have been a positive force in maintaining in the Eunice Schools a worthy educational institution. Greetings and Salutations. It is to you and others of your kind that our school, our community and the world are indebted for the finer things of life. May those who go out from our school always be found in the ranks of the builders and the lifters. C. H. Conway Superintendent Congratulations: To the seniors and undergraduate of the Eunice School. You have helped in making the Eunice School one of the best in the Southwest. This has been made possible by the co-operation of students, parents and teachers. May this yearbook bring only pleasant memories of the past and point to a greater hope for the future. Julian W. Caton PrincipalFACULTY E. Lee Todd Science—Mathematics A.B., Hastings College M.A., University of Colorado Mrs. Edith D. Fanning Mathematics—Bookkeepinq A.B., Northern Arizona Teachers College Mrs. I. Earl Matheson English—Reading A.B., Louisiana State Normal College M.A., Louisiana State University Miss Lugene Lawrence English—Speech B.S., Sul Ross State Teachers College Mrs. E. Lee Todd Secretary Grand Island Business College W. O. Watkins Coach—Shop A.B., Texas Technological College PFACULTY Mrs. Eva Dean Griffin Home Economics—General Science B.S., Texas State College for Women, Denton, Texas Orin L. Bartholomew Band A.B., Colorado State College of Education Mrs. Iva Scarborough English A.B., Sam Houston State Teachers College Mrs. C. H. Conway History A.B., Montezuma CollegeFACULTY Miss Mettie Jordan Grade Principal and 6th Grade B.S., New Mexico Normal University Graduate work, Colorado State College, Greeley, Colorado and University of California Mrs. McMichael 3rd Grade M.A., Major at Texas Technological College B.S., University of Illinois Miss Helen Green Music and 6th Grade Oklahoma Baptist University Miss Dovie Hill 5th Grade B.S., East Central State College, Ada, Oklahoma Miss Josie Tidwell 4fh Grade B.A., Howard Payne College, Brownwood, Texas Miss Margaret Parmele 4 th Grade B.A., Baylor UniversityMrs. Clark Campbell, Jr. 2nd Grade B.A., San Antonio, Texas, Trinity University Miss Ruth Green 2nd Grade Oklahoma Baptist University Miss Winnifred E. Carter 2nd Grade B.S., West Texas State Teachers College. University Texas, Carolina Teachers College, Greenville, N. Carolina Mrs. Orin L. Bartholomew 1st Grade B.A., West Texas State Teachers College, Canyon, Tex. Graduate work. University of Colorado and University of Southern California Mrs. Julian Caton 1st Grade B.A., Highlands University, Las Vegas, New Mexico Mrs. Ralph Herrick 1st Grade Northwest Nazarene College University of New Mexico Eastern New Mexico College Miss Lena Hughes 3rd GradeSENIOR OFFICERS Mrs. Wildman Sponsor Rita Kaiser Reporter JOY SCHOOLCRAFT Pep Squad 3, 4 Homemaking Club 1, 2 Cardinal Staff 4 Volley Ball 4 BILLY RAYMOND SOWELL Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 2 Cardinal Staff 4 Chorus 3, 4H. A. VAUGHT, JR. Football 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1 Cardinal Staff 4 PEGGY VON LEE Business Mgr. Cardinal 4 Business Mgr. Cardinal Chatter 4 LESLIE WHITE Football 4 Cardinal Staff 4 MYRON MAE BENNETT Home Economics 2 Cardinal Staff 4 L. W. "Shrimp" FISHER Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4 Track 1, 2 Tennis 2 Chorus 2, 3 Cardinal Staff 4 FRANCIS MARIE EARNEST Home Economics 2, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Cardinal Staff 4JOHNNY RAY SEAT Cardinal Staff 4 Football 4 LOUATRICE JOY CROSSLEY Cardinal Staff 4 Chorus 4 KENNETH HARDISON Football 2, 3, Capt. 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2 Chorus 2, 3 Cardinal Staff 4 RITA KAISER G.A.A. 1, 2 Volley Ball 4 Home Economics 1, 2 Cardinal Staff 4 Pep Squad 1, 3 THOMAS REID KEELING Football 1. 2. 3. 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Co-Captain 4 Band 1, 2 Tennis 2, 3, 4 President 1, 3, 4 Cardinal Staff 4 IMOGENE KAKER Chorus 2, 3, 4 Asst. Editor of Cardinal Chatter 3 Editor, Cardinal Chatter ‘ Editor, Cardinal 4 Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4JUNIOR OFFICERS Mrs. Griffin Sponsor Rose Sowell Reporter Pat Parish Donald Honea Betty Jo Woodell Rose Sowell Pat Sims Mary Lou Paschal Betty McCullough Jimmy Herrick Betty JohnsonRose Marie Caudle Lydia Baker Johnnie Malone Gracie McWhorter Jeanelle Glenn Pete Flynn Ruby Dulaney Dorothy Minter Derril MillerSOPHOMORE Leland Hurst President OFFICERS Miss Lawrence Sponsor Dorothy Wilkins Reporter Dorothy Wilkins Leland Hurst Eugenia Johnston Patsy Chancellor Edward Snodgrass La Nelle Hardy Jeanne Mcllroy J. E. Earhart Martha MartinJosephine Davis Clarence Groomer Betty Neathery Phoncille Bramlett Don Armstrong Jnonelle Reeves Maedell McCullough Bobby Cloud Jimmy Seat Lucille Miller Jackie Clark Patty Wallach Verna Jean OdomFRESHMAN Mrs. Matheson Sponsor "Slick" Schoolcraft President Imogene Bennett Vice-President OFFICERS Evelyn Mittag Reporter Carole Wooten Ruby Nell O'Steen Donald Creecy Winnie Sims Odis "Slick" Schoolcraft Elsie Snodgrass Charlene Armstrong Geraldine DavisTom Foster f Charlene Hicks Jimmy York Dalton Tankersley Mary Sue Dollard Raymond Burt Robert Gregg Lois Baggett Charlie Stewart Herrell Idleman June Neathery John Robinson Fred Boyd Mamie Lord Gilbert ShiversNyda Echols Bob Swartz Imogene Bennett Evelyn Mittag Billy Davis Betty Ann Standefer Myrtle Eaves Doyle Gibson Elaine White Gloria Jean Woolsey Donald Whitaker Mattie Brown Betty Jo Rea Billy Jeter La Verne Flowers Donald WilsonFirst Row: James Daniel Joan Sanders Stewart Holmes Minnie Eaves Robert Hinman Maxine Vines Wendell McCandless Fourth Row: Billy Weaver Tom Burt Kenneth Herrick Dean Swartz Donald Gladden LaRoy Knott Eighth Grade Mrs. Fanning — Mr. Watkins Second Row: Cecil St. Clair Zella Dollard Eva Jean McCandless Virgil Bennett Sammy Kaker Norma Jo Thorn Charles Minter Fifth Row: Bobby Wallach Betty Heironimus Patsy Robinson Kenneth Taylor Almeda Paschal Nita Dean McCandless Third Row: Martha Jean Caudle Clayton Wooten Pearl Cook Paul Gregory Floyd Boyd Mary Pope Mary Joyce Dennis Sixth Row: Charles Lasater Patsy Gladden Connie Raap Margaret Salazar Kenyon HicksSeventh Grade Mrs. Scarborough First Row: Walter Heironimus Westa Rathbone E. A. Woodell Earlene Shelton Jimmy Mcllroy Dolores Garrison Second Row: Archie Kingston Royce Smith Dona Fern Keeling Bob Echols Paul Adams Herman Idleman Third Row: Buddy Darnels Jaynice Cravens KaTr Franklin Wells Annie Henderson John Quick Patsy Wilkins Fourth Row: Eugene Brown Wayne Stevens Billy Wooten Royce Garrett George Young Tommy Pope Bennie Baqqett Fifth Row: Burma Ruth Hunter Charles Davis Clyde Woolsey Harrell Wright Glynetta BrittonSixth Grade Miss Jordan — Miss Green Gary Lee Noss Estell Flowers Jerry Dollard Ruby Jean Eaves Ann Moore Donald Pruitt Bob Dale Phyllis McCoy Cora Sue Robinson Eva Jean Barbour Geraldine Ear hart Julia Nicholas Laverne Snyder Vila Jean Tucker Harvey Lee Hogue Joan Davis Jimmie Martin David Childers Jane Lee Gilbert Adams Lloyd Wright Noelene Kendricks Kenneth Herrick Alice Smith Douglas Thomas Ruby Faye Bearden Gene March Mary Ann BramlettFifth Grade Miss Hill First Row: Lee Ann Case LeRoy Hinnman Winnell Bowden Miss Hill Billie Gladden Calray Walstrom Shirley Williams Fourth Row: Merle Johnson Reba Hunter Bobby Lord Lillian Dulaney Robert Herrick Josephine Gillian Edwin Johnston Second Row: LeRue McGowen Jimmy Lee Vaught Billie Jean Tucker Ray Tucker Sue Stewart Jack Flynn Murideen Boyd Fifth Row: Eutoka Epley John Armstrong James Hardison Bennie Daniel Carl Cooper Charles Henderson Dorothy Fisher Third Row: Bobby Wilson Janet Speckles Bill Stephens Jean McAfee Bobby Lee Hunter Betty McCarrell Dalton GreenFourth Grade — Miss Tidwell First Row: Betty Gale McHam Harold Flowers Nancy Jane Bearden Billy Frank Shivers Miss Tidwell Kenneth Clark Gertrude Brown Max Burgess Donna Sue Huston Second Row: Eugene Flowers Hazel Henderson Charles Paschal Louise Carpenter Johnny Scoggins Barbara Bond Robert Chancellor Jerry Dale Richard Flippin Third Row : Nancy Kendricks Billy Standefer Altie Grace Quick Clifford Higgins Ida Jean Rapp James Barbour Wanda Bishop Murrel Daniel Beverly Speckles Fourth Grade — Miss Parmele First Row: Patsy Daniels Jimmy Gardner Mary Gail Wildman Horace Bonner Miss Parmele Johnny Fletcher Patsy Weaver Ronald Flowers Billie Benningfield Second Row: Billy Jack Schilling Rowland Kemp Peggy Vines Dan Carter Glenda Surratt Ellis Groomer Mary Nell Smith Bobby Hicks Dee Ed. Whisenhunt Third Row: Norma Sue Cobb Carl Jackie Roberts Flo Ann Noss Max Irwin Dickie Robertson Lucille Lowry Marion Patten Lena Mae Hogue Donald Gene Ragsdale Lola Jean HankinsThird Grade—Mrs. McMichael First Row: Billy Derington Joycelene Oliver Roger Speckels Mrs. McMichael Harry Robertson Doris Benningiield John Adams Betty Jane Fowler Jerry Morris Second Row: Gladys Grizzell Don Steadham Marion Gillenwater Jerry Ballew Eleanor Smith Winfred Baggett Sandra Nicholas Wayne Nichols Patricia Segler Third Row: Hollis Sanders Quita Joy Ivy Jerry Flippin Billy Mayo Myrtle Scott Patty Smith Vassie Bales Allen Crawford Third Grade-Miss Hughes First Row: Beverly Burgess Jerry Gentry Leta Fern Cooper Bobby Gardner Miss Lena Hughes Gary Roberts Kathleen Kendall Don Fitzhugh Lupe Salazar Second Row: Clay Houston Roberta Bailey Sherman Adcock Peggy Sue Cook Jerry Carpenter Ressie Lee Dyer Tommy Hiser Lynne Palmer Donald Gene Lawrence Ora Jean Parker Third Row: Mary Beth Scoggins Kent Hull Anjie Lou White Walter Britton Lynette Morris Lynora Morris Larry Shivers Helen Idleman Dewain Johnson Billy MittagSecond Grade—Miss Green First Row: Peter Dollard Don Reese Charlise Brarden Richard Irvin Miss Green Charles Hankins Iva Lord Lennis Taylor Robert Skaer Second Row: Otto Terrell Ronnie Patterson Martha Knott Jackie Carsrud Jo Pope Willard Stewart Joy Harrison Bobby Tucker D. E. Galle Third Row: Donald Clement Clista Lowry Larry Robertson Norma Wells Leonard Hopper Shirley Adcock Billy Smith Ray Wallach Second Grade—Mrs. Campbell Fourth Row: Loren Tote Bill Caudle Mary Ruth Hardison Edward Newton Patsy Newport Gary Chancellor Glenn Barber James Van Ness Barbara Ann Langley Filth Row: Dale Marshall Linda Lowe Richard Quick Virginia Speckles Donald Ray McCarrell Walter Cobb Charlotta Hendrickson Irvin Smith Lou Neil Gladden Sixth Row: Ronnie McGowen Jane Stanley Juan Nolen Ronald Darnell Jerry Lasater Claire Conway Vera McCullough Jack Morris Eddy VaughtFirst Grade—Mrs. Bartholomew First Row: James Fisher Jimmie Wagoner Christene Kingston Bobby Harvey Mrs. Orin L. Bartholomew Floyd Martin Sandra Bales Lamoyne Males Harvey Reed Second Row: Jo Ann Ivy Richard Morgan Nell Dodd Jerry Gillian Gerald Taylor Robert Flippin Dorothy IGng William Eaves Mary Ann Sheehan Third Row: Kaye Koepp Mickey Lee Paul Baker Dolores Higgins Bobby Murphy Jimmy Lott Consuela Salazar Royce Carmack Patricia Carsrud Glenda Kendrick Second Grade—Miss Carter First Row: Jimmy Walker Hollie Schillings James Ray Males Ginger Hardy Dennis March Gail Gillenwater ' Thomas Childers Gaylin Bishop Carol Ann May Second Row: Tommy Fletcher Velma Adams Billy Prewett Donald Adams Clay Osborn Warren Chester James DunnFirst Grade—Mrs. Herrick First Row: Barbara Flippin Billie Don Hall Ruth Gillenwater James Hopper Mrs. Herrick Millard Dodson Gavane Massey W. Lee Benningfield Sandra Burgess Second Row: Howard Chandler Jo Gayle Hicks Billy Gohlke Billy Walker John Ray Terry Don Fourqurean Kenneth Tucker Floyd Griffin Donald Ray Smith Third Row: Enedina Salazar Paul Hardy Jerry Devers Larry Sanders Patsy Brown Jo Dean Segler John Haynie Gene Lewis Mason Costin Georgia Quick First Row: Troy Tankersly Tommy Jean Reynolds Jim Bob Hendrickson Juanelle Hinman Jimmy Caton Beverly Scott Dalian Sanders Delores Langley Bobby Ray Roberts Kay Hardison First Grade—Mrs. Caton Second Row: James Smith Sharon Kemp Hubert Idleman Patricia Flowers Darwyn Bishop Clayton Bond Louella Martin Elton Bearden Doris Williams Marshall Galle Third Row: Connie Dunn Jerry Derington Betty Sheppard Rayborn Cobb Barbara Perry Phillip McLean Patsy Steadham Darrell Bearden Carol Ann Surratt Georgia DunnFOOTBALL 1945 Captain Kenneth Hardison.. 14 Co-Capt. lack Scoggins_____33 Jack Hankins ............10 Donald Honea ............11 F. M. Stevens ...........12 Shrimp Fisher ...........13 LaRoy Knott .............15 Leslie White .......•....16 Odis Schoolcraft ..........17 C. D. Sikes .............18 Bobby Swartz ..............19 Hubert McCleskey ..........20 Joe Taylor ................21 Tommy Keeling .............22 J. R. Yates ...............23 Ed Snodgrass ..............24 Melvin Hardison ...........25 Clayton Wooten 26 Johnny Seat ... 27 Pete Flynn 28 Bobby Rains ... 29 Pat Sims 30 Coach W. O. Watkins Asst. Coach .... Manager Billy WeaverJack Scoggins Co-Captain Hubert McCleskey Football King Tony Watkins Crown BearerBASKETBALL Mr. Watkins — Mr. Todd ) The 1945-46 basketball season was successful. Our total point score was relatively low, but when you take into consideration the way we held our opponents down even when we were defeated, the results were amazing. Although we went down in defeat several times, when we probably shouldn't have, we won the greater per cent of our games and came out on the long end of the scoring, with 494 points to our opponents 424. We started our season by playing rather unnecessarily poor. We beat Tatum in the last second of the game by two points. Then the following week, we nosed Monument out 11-8 in a game in which two of the first stringers were out. Carlsbad and Roswell then beat us in very close games, the difference seeming to be in individual scoring. After going down in defeat twice our team hit its mid-season peak, during which we won over Jal, Lovington, Monument, Artesia, Tatum, and Hobbs. We then played Ft. Sumner, a game in which we will all admit we were outclassed. At this point in seasonal play the team hit its slump. Hobbs beat us 36-21. Then came the County Tournament. Hobbs downed us again, this time by a narrow margin of 20-23. Kermit then beat us in a game which certainly looked as if we weren't ballplayers. The following week, still in a slump, we were "out scored" by Lovington 38-26. Thus, ending the seasonal schedule. Next came the District Tournament, and by this time a team is supposed to be at its peak. We drew Monument our first game, winning 29-17. The best part of the game was the fact we had begun to play ball again. The following day ended our season entirely. Lake Arthur nosed us out 26-27 in a hard fought game, which for the large part of the game was probably the best team work we have had all year. The season was successful in that, wherever the team played, it left a good account of itself by fighting hard and clean. And win or lose, our coaches never lost faith, but always kept plugging in every way they could for the team.i SENIOR BAND MR. BARTHOLOMEW Left to Right Front Row: Nita Dean McCandless, Eva Jean McCandless, Jnonell Reeves. Walter Hieromunis, Glyn-etta Britton, Charlene Taylor, Marie Earnest, Betty Johnston, Betty Ann Standefer, Billy Raymond Sowell. Phoncille Bramlett, Mattie Brown, Ralph Herrick, Charles Lasater, Lois Baggett. Second Row: Jaynice Cravens, Don Armstrong, George Young, La Nelle Hardy, Tom Burt, Elsie Snodgrass, Herrell Wright, Winnie Sims, Melvin Hardison, Dorothy Minter, Donald Gladden, Raymond Burt. Third Row: Stewart Holmes. E. A. Woodell, Jimmy Mcllroy, Kenneth Hardison, Samuel Lee Kaker, Kenyon Hicks, Billy Wooten, Wendell McCandless. John Robinson, Jimmy Lee, Durwood Bowden. Fourth Row: Louatrice Crossley, Patsy Wilkins, Mr. Bartholomew, Gracie McWhorter, Eugenia Johnston, Ruby Dulaney, Charles Minter, Donald Honea, Bobby Wallach, Robert Hinman.Left to Right Cornet—Bobby Dale, Loyd Wright, Jo Ann Davis, Gene March, James Hardison, Edwin Johnston Bassoon—Kenneth Herrick Clarinet—Vila Jean Tucker, Geraldine Earhart, Betty McCarrell, Lilliam Dulaney, Janet Speckles Trombone—Gilbert Adams Alto Saxophone—Alice Smith, Dorothy Fisher, Billie Gladden Flute—Murldeen Boyd Baritone Saxophone—Le Roy HinmanRHYTHM BAND LEADER — Kay Hardison Firsi Row: Louella Martin Marshall Galle Bobby Ray Roberts Troy Tankersly Beverly Scott Juanelle Hinman Patsy Steadham Barbara Perry Jimmy Caton Connie Dunn James Hopper Gavane Massey Don Fourquerean Phillip McClean Howard Chandler Patricia Flowers Doris Williams Paul Hardy Second Row: Delores Langley Dallon Sanders Darwyn Bishop Sharon Kemp Georgie Dunn James Smith Jim Bob Herndrickson Murray Watkins Hubert Idleman Raymond Welch Carol Ann Surratt Clayton Bond Floyd Griffin W. Lee Benningfield Larry Sanders Barbara Flippin Mickey Kennedy Third Row: Sandra Burgess Ruth Gillenwater Georgia Quick Billy Walker Gene Lewis Enedina Salazar Patsy Brown Jo Dean Segler Mason Costin Donald Ray Smith Jo Gayle Hicks Bill Gahlke Jerry Devers John Haynie John Ray Terry Lindal Don Barnes Billie Don HallHIGH SCHOOL CHORUS first Row: Director—Helen Green Geraldine Davis La Nelle Hardy Nelta Knott Lucille Miller Betty Neathery Jo Woodell Jean Mcllroy Verna Jean Odom Mary Lou Paschal Second Row: Louatrice Crossley Imogene Bennett Imogene Kaker Patsy Parrish Eugenia Johnston Charlene Taylor June Neathery Rose Marie Caudle Jimmie Seat Carol Wooten Third Row: Lydia Baker Marie Earnest Rose Sowell J. R. Yates Raymond Burt J. E. Earhart James Childers Shrimp Fisher Elaine White Gloria Woolsey Evelyn Mittag Accompanist—Mrs. WildmanMiss Harper's Piano and Stringed Instrument Class Mrs. Rea's Piano Class Miss Green's Piano and Voice ClassI T Mrs. Eva Dean Griffin, Sponsor Imogen© Bennett Neda Dean McCandless— Margaret Salazar—Zella Dollar d—Mary Pope Marie Earnest Almeda Paschal Patsy Chancellor Mary Joyce Dennis—Martha Caudle—Eva Jean McCandleesCHATTER STAFF Adviser: Mrs. Iva Scarborough Editor .................................................... Imogene Kaker Business Manager..............................................Peggy Lee Assistant Editor .................................................. Betty Johnston Assistant Business Manager ............................ Hubert McCleskey Reporters: Senior ....... Junior ....... Sophomore ... Freshman _____ Eighth Grade Seventh Grade Gossip ....... .... Rita Kaiser .•.. Rose Sowell Dorothy Wilkins .. Evelyn Mittag ____ Pearl Cook Betty, Ruth NeatheryImogene Kaker Editor-in-Chiet Joy Schoolcraft Art Editor Louatrice Crossley v V "Shrimp" Fisher Junior Vaught Rita Kaiser THE CARDINAL STAFF Kenneth Johnny Seat Hardison Peggy Lee Business Manager Billy Sowell Snapshot Editor Marie Earnest Tommy KeelingTroop 47 First row: Ralph Herrick, Tommy Pope, Billy Wooten, Gilbert Shivers, George Young, Paul Adams. Second row: Buddy Daniels, Junior Quick, Wayne Stephens, Paul Gregory, Jimmy Lee, Royce Garrett. Third row: Bobby Wallach, Wendell McCandless. Tom Foster, Don Arm- strong. Derril Miller, J. E. Earhart. John Robinson. Eunice Boy Scouts Of AmericaJUNIOR PLAY "Professor, How Could You?" Directed by Mrs. Griffin and Miss Parmele. The Junior Class of 1946 presented a three act farce, "Professor, How Could You?" to a large and appreciative audience on December 14. THE CAST Hubert McCleskey ................................................ Professor Keats Perry Nelta Knott ..................................................................... Vickey Donald Honea ............................................................ Grandpa Perry Betty Johnston .......................................................... Grandma Perry Dorothy Minter ................................................................. Valarie Lydia Baker ............................................................. Tootsie Bean Gracie McWhorter ............................................................ Priscella Tommy Keeling .................................................... Boggins, the butler Melvin Hardison ........................................................ John Appleby J. R. Yates ............................................ Butcher Boy "One-Round" Bean Production Cast Prompters .......................................Charlene Taylor and Peggy Castleman Publicity .............................................................. Junior Class Stage Manager .................................................... Rose Marie Caudle Stage Setting ......................................................... Ruby Dulaney Electrician ............................................................ J. E. EarhartSenior Play "THE SCARECROW CREEPS Directed by Mrs. Wildman and Miss Lawrence The Senior Class of 1946 presented a three-act mystery-comedy, "The Scarecrow Creeps" to a large and spell-bound audience on April 5. THE CAST Adam Throgg, the butler, ..................................Leslie White Maudie Hobbs, the maid, .................................... Rita Kaiser Roderick Gage, Master of Gage Manor.........................Tommy Keeling Dr. Kenneth Gage, His nephew,.......................... Kenneth Hardison Aunt Zinnia Washington, the darky cook................... Joy Schoolcraft Trailing Arbutus (T. A.), her son, ..............Billy Raymond Sowell Perry Gage, Roderick's nephew, ........................... Shrimp Fisher Mrs. Annabelle Gage, Perry's mother,....................... Marie Earnest Miss Amelia Gage, Roderick's first cousin.................Imogene Kaker Norma Gage, her niece......................................... Peggy Lee PRODUCTION CAST Stage Managers ........................ Johnny Seat, H. A. Vaught, Jr. Script.............................................. Louatrice CrossleyHUBERT McCLESKEY NETA KNOTT Junior Favorites X IOY NELL SCHOOLCRAFT BILLY RAYMOND SOWELL Senior FavoritesDOROTHY WILKINS Sophomore Camera Shy DONALD HENDERSON EDWARD SNODGRASS Favorites CAROL WOOTEN Freshman FavoritesLOUISE WHITAKER VIRGIL BENNETT Eighth Grade Favorites CHARLES DAVIS JAYNICE CRAVENS Seventh Grade FavoritesHISTORY The history of this Senior Class of 1945-46, is one which should not be forgotten. As our Freshman sponsor, we elected Mrs. Wildman. We started the year with 24 students; but before the year was over we had acquired one new student and four of our students had moved, which left a total of 21. One of the outstanding events was a picnic at the sand hills. As Sophomores we had Miss Scott for a sponsor. That year we started out with 21, but four moved before the year was over and Minnie Conwell got married, which left us with 16. The next year was a hectic one for us because we were trying to raise money to pay for the Junior-Senior Banquet. We labored through a play and also sold football pins. We began the year with 18 students but by the end of the year we had 15. Carl Joe Standefer and Donald Eugene Campbell were called to the Navy. Gus Roper went to the Army Air Corps. And now, as we come to our last year in school, we find ourselves with a very small class. Our thoughts go back to the things we should have done, but didn't get around to doing. We have struggled our way through a play and an annual, but this is one year that we shall not forget. At the beginning of school we were 17 but four moved. Three of our students, Myron Mae Bennett, Louatrice Crossley, and Eugene Wilson married, so when we graduate there will still be 17 of us receiving diplomas because we have three boys who are returning from the Armed Service and who will receive their diplomas with us. They are: Billy Boatman, John Allen Earnest, and A. V. Rodgers. Frances Marie Earnest is the only senior who began her school life in Eunice. Kenneth Hardison came to Eunice School in 1935-36, when he was in the second grade. He came from Amarillo .Texas. Imogene Kaker started her school year at Eunice in the year 1936, when she was in the second grade. She came from Wink, Texas. Thomas Reid Keeling came to Eunice School in 1940-41, when he was in the seventh grade. He came from Hobbs, New Mexico. L. W. "Shrimp" Fisher started his school year at Eunice in the year 1942, when he was in the eighth grade. He came from Crane, Texas. Billy Raymond Sowell came to Eunice School in the year 1942, when he was a Freshman. He came from Shawnee, Oklahoma. Peggy Von Lee joined us in the year 1944, when she was a Junior. She came from Beaumont, Texas. Rita Kaiser came to Eunice School in 1944, as a Junior. She came from San Angelo, Texas. Joy Nell Schoolcraft joined us in 1944, as a Junior. She came from Graham, Texas. Leslie White started his school year at Eunice in the spring of 1945, when he was a Junior. He came from Vera, Texas. Myron Mae Bennett came to us as a Senior in 1945. She came from Jal, New Mexico. Louatrice Crossley moved here in 1945, when she was a Senior. She came from Odessa, Texas. Johnny Ray Seat joined us in the year 1945, when he was a Senior. He came from Southmayde, Texas. H. A. Vaught, Jr. spent his Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years here. He then spent some time in the Navy. He returned this year to graduate with our class.SENIOR PROPHECY 10 Years Hence Rita—Now Mrs. Jum Rhodes, lives in San Angelo, and is using the bookkeeping she learned at E.H.S. to keep up with the number in her family. Joy Nell—Is teaching dancing under a contract with 20th Century Fox in Hollywood, and has a man that stays home and keeps the house whom you know as Lon Mac-Alister. Marie—Still an old maid, sits in her rocking chair in an old maids' home and enjoys her knitting. Imogene—A successful stenographer and is enjoying her practice in California as the private secretary to Van Johnson. Kenneth—Is a successful Mathematician, he spends his days and nights studying figures, although he is still a buck private. Tommy—Has organized The Bachelor's Union, which has in turn made Eunice a city, with Tommy as the Mayor. Mrs. Wildman—Is just content to be nothing but a housewife. Billy—A pilot on the American Airliner from New York to Rio de Janerio. Johnny—An understudy to Mr. Todd, and all the students say he is much better than Mr. Todd. Myron—Now has a house full of kids, and in what spare time she has she helps her husband catch up with his books. Junior—Has a full time job for NBC as a radio research scientist. Shrinip—Has graduated from Medical College and is spending his interneship in Walter Reed General Hospital, in Washington, D. C. He plans to attend Columbia University in New York to study his surgical work. Leslie—Working at the Carbon Black and can't seem to keep his face clean. Louatrice—Her husband finally decided there was no hope for her so they now live happily despite the fact. Peggy—Still single much to many a fellow's dislike and she works as a stenographer for the United Nation's Organization.SENIOR WILL OF '46 CLASS WILL. We, the Senior Class of 1945-1946, of Eunice High School, in the city of Eunice and the State of New Mexico, being of sound mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this our last will and testament, in manner and form as follows: FIRST: We commend our ambitious selves into the hands of Life, our ultimate destiny, hoping and assuredly believing, through the stresses and struggles thereof, to add unto ourselves success, affluence, happiness, and fame everlasting. SECONDLY: We bequeath to our beloved and esteemed Superintendent, C. H. Conway, admiration, respect, and friendship; we recommend that he be as considerate and fair with forthcoming freshman, sophomores, and juniors as he has been with us; lastly, the enduring love of each of the classes. THIRDLY: We give to our true friend and adviser, Julian Caton, our heartfelt thanks for his assistance, companionship, understanding, and our unused credits to be given to those needy seniors who may follow us. FOURTHLY: We bequeath to the freshman class all of the chewed up pencils and wads of chewing gum that may be found in various secluded spots over the building, as well as the many candy papers that have been pushed from view in desks and behind radiators. FIFTHLY: We bequeath to the sophomore class our left over soup plates and cups that we used only once, also any marks or scratches that might have been made while we become jittery over our examinations. SIXTHLY: We will and bequeath to the junior class all the paper left behind in the Physics room that represent many, many hours of labor and were laid there with unkind-est words of regret and disappointment. Leslie White wills his ability to skip Chorus to Raymond Burt, to play football to J. R. Yates and to get along with the teachers to Melvin Hardison. To Betty Neathery, Louatrice Crossley wills her ability to marry. Johnny Seat wills his ability to copy book reports and reputation to Clarence Groomer and his luck in different games to Don Creecy. Tommy Keeling wills his ability to play football to Melvin Hardison, to play basketball to Bob Swartz, and leaves his girls to Donald Honea, in hopes that they will do better than he. To Hubert McCleskey, Peggy Lee wills her ability as a salesman. Billy Sowell wills his flying ability to Gloria Jean Woosley. To Betty Johnston, Imogene Kaker wills her headaches and heartaches as being editor. Joy Schoolcraft wills her stubbornness to someone who is not stubborn, and her front seat in English to F. M. Stephens. To Mary Lou Paschal, Rita Kaiser wills her sweet little temper. It comes in handy sometimes!!! Shrimp Fisher wills his great height and powerful physique to Jimmy Herrick, and to some young squirt leaves his way with women. Kenneth Hardison hereby bequeaths his ability to dribble a basketball to Bob Cloud, to C. D. Sikes his energy to get around so fast, and his eternal wad of chewing gum to Pat Sims. To F. M. Stephens, Junior Vaught wills his aggressiveness. Marie Earnest wills her dilatory habits to Elaine White, and since the name of Smoochy was willed to her last year, she hands it down by willing it to Pat Parrish.SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 3 Registration day—Lots of new students 4 Class work begins 11 Novelty Trio presents assembly, featuring juggling, balancing, and five Hollywood dogs. 14 Football: Eunice 27, ]al 0 21 Rev. A. A. McCleskey speaks to assembly. Football, Hobbs 21, Eunice 0. 28 Captain Feagan from H.A.A.F. speaks to assembly with observations concerning Russia. Football: Monument vs. Eunice, cancelled. OCTOBER 5 Faculty presents assembly program. Football: Artesia 0, Eunice 6 12 Seniors present "High School Daze" in assembly. No football game. 19 Assembly. Football: Jal 12, Eunice 13 26 Charm Quartet from Harry Byrd Kline presents musical program in cssembly Monument football game there. Cancelled. NOVEMBER 2 Speaker in assembly—C. Paul Rich. Football: Lovington 26, Eunice 0. Football queen Joy of the House of Schoolcraft crowned by King Hubert of the House of McCleskey with attendants from each class through the seventh. 9 Sophomores present a one-act play in assembly. Very sophisticated. Sophs. 16 High School Chorus makes its first appearance under the direction of Miss Helen Green 22 Dismissal at 3:30 for Thanksgiving vacation 30 lohn Sloan presents "Wonders of Liquid Air" for assembly at 8:30, a variation from the usual time. Basketball season opens with the game at Tatum. Not an easy victory. Tatum 17, Eunice 18. DECEMBER 7 Band presents program under the direction of Mr. Bartholomew. Basketball game with Monument ended Eunice 11, Monument 8. 14 Juniors give skits of the Junior play in assembly. The Juniors present "Professor, How Could You?" at 7:30. 15 Basketball game here with Carlsbad. Score: Carlsbad 22. Eunice 18. 18 Basketball game with Kermit here. Score: Kermit 22, Eunice 43. 21 The first grade aives the assembly program. Basketball game with Roswell there. Score Roswell 20, Eunice 17. JANUARY 4 Maureen Harper qives the assembly program. Basketball game with Jal there. Score: Jal 16. Eunice 29. 7 Father and Son Banquet 11 Emiline Bogue gives an assembly program of dramatic interpretations. Basketball game with Lovington there. Score: Eunice 17, Lovington 16. 12 Basketball game with Monument. Score: Monument 16. Eunice 32. 18 Assembly by the Freshmen. Basketball game with Artesia there. Score: Artesia 15. Eunice 28. 19 Basketball game with Tatum here. Score: Tatum 24, Eunice 51. 25 Assembly by the Second Grade. Basketball game with Hobbs here. Score: Hobbs 22, Eunice 23. 28 Letterman's Banquet 31 Basketball game with Ft. Sumner here. Score: Ft. Sumner 27, Eunice 18. FEBRUARY 1 Archie Black Owl Co. presents program of Indian dances. Basketball: Hobbs 36. Eunice 21. 8 Assembly program by the Tonette band. County Basketball Touranment. Eunice takes third place. 11 Basketball: Kermit 34, Eunice 31. 22 Assembly program by the Third grade. District Basketball Tournament. 29 Assembly by the Fourth Grade. MARCH 1 Band Concert in assembly 8 Assembly program by the Junior Chorus 11 Raymond Scheetz presents program of Magic and illusions 22 Assembly program by the Eighth Grade. 29 The Sixth grade gave the Assembly program APRIL 2 Assembly program by Wilham B. Cope, international program of good will. 5 Skits from the Senior play in assembly. Seniors present "The Scarecrow-Creeps", a three-act play. 12 Assembly program by the Junior Band and Tonettes. 19 Assembly by the Home Economics Department 26 Assembly program by the Seventh Grade MAY 2 Junior-Senior Banquet 3 Assembly program by the Fifth Grade 10 Assembly program by the Band 12 Baccalaureate. We don caps and gowns for the first time. 16 Commencement. "We have finished, yet just begun".Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Druggist Specialties Sundries CARDINAL DRUG EUNICE. NEW MEXICO The Cardinal Drug Congratulates the Seniors And Students of Eunice High On Your Many Successful Achievements Of The Year May Your School Memories Always Be Pleasant Ones Carl Crutchfield M L Drug Store Better Service in Drugs Registered Druggist Eunice JACK W. TIERNAN — Owner and Manager New Mexico Eunice Gas Company Phone 21 24 Hour (Ten-Minute) Service O. M. SCOTT, ManagerCOMPLIMENTS THOMPSON HARDWARE HOBBS NEW MEXICO Compliments MUNICIPAL WATER WORKS EUNICE NEWS STAND Phone 48 Eunice, New Mexico Eunice New Mexico C. L. Gilmore F. H. Bowden AMERICAN CAFE Complete Insurance . We Serve to Serve Again EXPERT TAX ACCOUNTANT Phone 28 Phone 3 Eunice New Mexico Eunice New Mexico YOUNG'S PHARMACY Prescriptions — Sundries — Drugs Airmaid Hosiery — Parker Pens Phone 346 100 East Broadway YOUR NYAL DRUG STORE Hobbs, New Mexico FURR FOODS SUPER MARKET PHONE 165 Hobbs, New Mexico COMPLIMENTS Alexander's Grocery Market EUNICE NEW MEXICO COMPLIMENTS Standefer's Grocery Market EUNICE NEW MEXICOCOMPLIMENTS OF New Mexico Electric Service Phone 29 Eunice, N. M. Compliments WATSON GROCERY — MARKET Eunice New Mexico GIVEN BROS. SHOE CO. 103 West Broadway HOBBS, NEW MEXICO C. R. ANTHONY CO. BROWN Serves You Well FOOD Saves You Now STORE Corner Linam Broadway Phone 49 Hobbs New Mexico Phone 556 Hobbs New Mexico Curry Service Station and Garage PHONE 12 EUNICE, N. M.DUNLAP'S O. V. York's MALCO STATION "Hobb's Finest Department Store" Gas Oils Tires Accessories Phone 18 Box 613 Eunice G. F. WACKER Compliments STORES 5c to $5.00 Merchandise Davis Office Supply Reply to Eunice New Mexico Phone 40 Hobbs, N. M. Western Art Studio lOl' a E. Broadway — Hobbs, N. M. Portraits — Kodak Finishing Commercials — Amateur Supplies School Annuals and Plaques Our Specialty "Keep Your Eyes On Our Service Ed. W. Cannedy OIL WELL SERVICING Eunice, N. M. Phone Office 5 Phone Residence 17COMPLIMENTS WHITE'S AUTO STORE Eunice, New Mexico Paul Wallach—Owner Compliments BOOT — SHOE REPAIR of General Repairing TIVOLI BEAUTY SHOP Auto Sole Stitch or Cement Press Eunice New Mexico Eunice New Mexico E H SERVICE STATION EUNICE CAMP TEXACO PRODUCTS Clean Speedy Efficient Service Washing Greasing Our Specialty EVANS and HINMAN Cool Comfortable Rooms Eunice New Mexico Phone 37 Eunice, New Mexico EUNICE PIG STAND CARSON'S REAL ESTATE Congratulations Cardinals Welcome Day and Night Dealers in All Kinds Of Real Estate 24 Hour Service Bess Sinclair Recer Eunice Eunice New MexicoACME LUMBER CO. Eunice, New Mexico Phone 6 "When You Think Oi Building. Think Of Acme" We're keyed to your lumber needs Everything in building — which means No Job Too Large or No lob Too Small Congratulations, Cardinals Compliments Harris Feed Store Eunice New Mexico EUNICE Compliments HAMBURGER STAND Eunice New Mexico Compliments DR. Wm. R. BRUNER Enuice New Mexico THOMAS FOOD MARKET 204 East Broadway Fresh Vegetables— Grocery and Meats Hobbs New MexicoDERRICK CAFE STATION Stop in and Eat While We Service Your Car Eunice New Mexico EUNICE BEAUTY SHOP Expert Hairdressing backing Cardinals Eunice New Mexico TOT and CURIO SHOP Infant and Children’s Clothing Curios Phone 49 Eunice, New Mexico EUNICE LOCKER PLANT Frozen Foods Fresh Meats Food Lockers Eunice New Mexico ELITE CAFE Backing Cardinals Wm. CAMERON CO. INC. Wall Paper — — Paint — Eunice New Mexico Phone 4 Eunice, New Mexico EUNICE TAILOR SHOP Cleaning and Pressing It it can be cleaned. 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