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 •vmmtm: i •m Published by THE SENIOR CLASS - of - EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL Betty lohnston.......................... Editor Hubert McCleskey ..................... Manager Grace McWhorter............................ Art Editor Richard Anderson................Snapshot Editor Nelta Knott..............................Typist Sponsors Mrs. I. Earl Matheson I. W. CatonFOREWORD This book is a roundup of our school activities for the current year. In it is reflected every phase of school life. May it be an enduring monument in the progress and ideals of Eunice School, as well as a record of the high lights of the year 1946-1947. If the Cardinal has depicted evidence of memories dear to you, then our mission has been fulfilled. CONTENTS Dedication ...................................................... — 3 Board Members and Administration....................................... 4 Juniors ..................................................... 17 Snapshots ...................................................... 20 Freshmen ........................................................... 25 Elementary Grades ................................................. 31 Favorites .................................................... 40 Senior Class History, Prophecy, and Will.............................. 70 School Cdlendar .................................................. 76 Advertisements ................................................. 81 It is with a deep and sincere appreciation of a task well done that this, the 1947 edition of The Cardinal is dedicated to Mrs. Edith D. Fanning. Mrs. Fanning has given 28 years of her life to the teaching profession, having held positions in Texas, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico. Her last 13 years of service has been in the Eunice Schools. In these many years of unselfish and untiring service, she has touched the lives of hundreds of our youth, and has left imprinted on their characters the love, patience, ideals and fine traits of one who served well that others might be better able to take their places in this great country of ours. So, to Mrs. Fanning, we say, in most humble appreciation, "Thank you, yours has been a great and fruitful service. May life's richest blessing be your reward." i I  $oahcf F. F. HARDISON President of Local School Board ROBERT SHIELDS Member of Local School Board MISS METTIE JORDAN Grade School Principal M. A. Colorado State Teachers College JULIAN W. CATON High School Principal A. B. Highlands University M. A. University of New MexicoSUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE This is to express appreciation to pupils and teachers who have labored together doing the many things from just plain study and class work to the many extra-curricular activities that have gone into the making of another successful school year. Much credit is due our athletic teams, publicity club, band, chorus, home economics organizations, school paper staff, pep club, play casts, yearbook staff, the various groups who have presented our assembly programs through the year, and to the coaches, directors, and sponsors of these groups for their many fine contributions to school life and school spirit. I congratulate you, and wish to express hereby my sincere appreciation to each of you for the wortty contributions you have made. Working with you has convinced me that this is truly "the grandest school in all New Mexico". e r — T Tirr—T- r‘i mtn-T-nrirn-rry-f mi  FACULTY MRS. IVA SCARBOROUGH English Junior Sponsor B. A. Sam Houston State Teachers College HOMA STORM Athletic Coach Science - Math Senior Sponsor A. B Southwestern Oklahoma Tech WINSTON O. WATKINS Athletic Coach and Shop Sophomore Sponsor A. B: Texas Tech A. B. Arizona State Teachers College MISS LOYD RICHERSON Homemaking Eighth Grade Sponsor B. S. W. T. S. C., Canyon, Texas MRS. CLARK C. CAMPBELL, JR. English - Social Studies Freshman Sponsor B. A. Texas Christian Univ.FACULTY A. B. Colorado State College MRS. MARVIN O. DAUGHERTY Speech and Librarian Sophomore Sponsor B. A. East Centred College, Oklahoma MRS I. EARL MATHESON English and Girls' P. E. Senior Sponsor A. B. Louisiana State Normal M. A. Louisiana State University MRS. DUANE SHELTON Public Music and Sixth Grade Oklahoma Baptist University MRS. THEO MINTER Commercial Seventh Grade Sponsor B. S. Sul Ross College, Alpine, Texas MRS. DALE CONVERSE Sixth Grade A. B. University of New MexicofWHtfW FACULTY MISS DOVIE HILL Fifth Grade B. S. East Central State College, Oklahoma MISS RUTH GREEN Fourth Grade Oklahoma Baptist University MRS. W. P. HASSLER Fifth Grade A. B. Howard Payne College, Texas MISS LENA HUGHES Third Grade A. B. Southeastern Teachers College, Oklahoma MRS. MARIE BLACKBURN Fourth Grade B. S. East Central State College, Oklahoma MRS. WILLIE LEE COFFMAN Third Grade Highlands University, N. Mexico Texas TechMISS VIRGIE STRAWN Second Grade B. S. East Texas State Teachers College MRS. JULIAN W. CATON First Grade A. B. Highlands University • FACULTY— MISS CREOLA MOORE Second Grade B. S. Texas Technological College MRS. RALPH HERRICK First Grade University of New Mexico MRS ORIN L. BARTHOLOMEW First Grade B. A. West Texas State College MISS WANDA CONWAY School Secretary Baylor University ■JllJlu 5. etiun m Patsy Chancellor Vice President 2; Home Ec. Club 2, Chorus 4; F.H.A. Club 4; Cardinal Chatter Stall 4; Cardinal Stafl 4. SENIOR OFFICERS Jimmy Herrick Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Cardinal Stafl 4. VSENIORS mSm mmrni ■ iteMMi I— Johnny Malone Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Cardinal Staff 4. Jo Woodell Band 1. 2; F.H.A. Club 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; President 2; Secretary 3, 4, Cardinal Staff 4, Cardinal Chatter Staff 4. Dorothy Minter F.H.A. Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Vice-President 4, Band 3, 4; Chorus 4; Cardinal Staff 4. X ■ Donald Honea Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Track 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4, Cardinal Chatter Staff 4. President 3; Cardinal Staff 4;' Tennis 4. V Rose Sowell Tennis 1, 2, 3; Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette 1, 2. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter 3; F.H.A. Club 1; Cardinal Staff 4. Ruby Dulaney Band 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 4. F.H.A. Club 4, Home Ec. Club 2, Cardinal Staff 4.— SENIORS- Hubert McCleskey Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, President 1, 4; Cardinal Staff 4; Vice President 3. Nelta Knott Home Ec. Club 1, 2; Drum Majorette 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; Treasurer 4; Cheer Leader 3, 4; Volley Ball 1. 2, 3, 4, Cardinal Staff 4; Pep-Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Mary Lou Paschal Volley Ball 2; Band 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 2; F.H.A. Club 4, President 1; Cardinal Staff 4. Richard Anderson Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2; Softball 4, F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3; President 2; Cardinal Staff 4. Lydia Baker Tennis 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 2, 3; Cardinal Staff 4.- Grace McWhorter Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Home Ec. Club 2; F. H. A Publicity Chairman 4; Cardinal Chatter Staff 4, Cardinal Staff 4.SENIORS Pat Parrish Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Saving Stamps Chairman 1; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Cardinal Chatter Staff 4; Cardinal Staff 4. Betty McCullough Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 1, 2; Cheer Leader 3, 4, Cardinal Staff 4. Mable Colborn Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 1. 2, Cardinal Staff 4. Betty Johnston Volley Ball 2, Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 1, 2; Cardinal Chatter Staff 3, 4, F.H.A. Club ] 4; Cardinal Staff 4.SENIORS C. D. Smith Football 2; Cardinal Staff 4. Rose Marie Caudle Spanish Club 1; Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Cardinal Staff 4. J. R. Yates Football 1, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Chorus 3, 4; President 1; Cardinal Staff 4. Darril Miller Football 2; Band 4, Cardinal Staff 4 Betty Gene Parr F.H.A. Club 1,2,4; Pep Squad 1, 4, Chorus 1, Cardinal Staff 4. JUNIOR OFFICERS Eugenia Johnston Sec.-Treas. Dorothy Wilkins Reporter Jackie Clark President Phoncille Bramlett Fred Whitehead Josie Davis 'I ) La Nelle Hardy Rufus Upton Jimmie Seat Curtis Cobb !JUNIORSI I I 11: SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Betty Ann Standefer Treas. Winnie Sims Secretary Nyda Echols Reporter Winnie Sims C. D. Sikes Class President Mrs. Daugherty Sponsor Billy Jeter Vice President Betty Ann Standefer Donald Whitaker Geraldine Davis Coach Watkins Sponsor Nyda Echols Jimmy YorkElaine White Don Henderson Gloria Woolsey Jim Scoggins Carol Wooten Gilbert Shivers Evelyn Mittagg June Neathery y Naomi Rape Jeannine Whittington Gene Teer Imogene Bennett Donald WilsonMyrtle Eaves Don Armstrong Mamie Lord Fred Boyd SOPHOMORES Betty Jo Rea Raymond Burt Mary Ann Colder Donald Creecy Marjorie Anderson Bill Davis Charlene Armstrong Bob Swartz C j t . I Patsy Bertrand Odis Schoolcraft Dana Burnett John Robinson Laverne Flowers IMrs. Campbell Joan Sanders Treasurer Sponsor Charles Lasater Reporter Pat Gladden Secretary Mrs. Fanning Sponsor FRESHMAN O Virgil Bennett President Bobby Wallach Vice President K' ' Clayton Wooten Photograph Editor Leonard Boyd Almeda Paschal Thomas Burt Pat Robertson L James Daniel Joan Sanders Donald Gladden Pat GladdenFRESHMEN Kenyon Hicks Minnie Eaves Robert Hinman Betty Martin Stewart Holmes Samuel Kaker Jean Pevehouse La Roy Knott Mary Pope Charles LasaterFRESHMEN Wendell McCandless Nita Dean McCandless Eva Jean McCandless Charles Minter Cecil Sinclair Mary Randolph Billy Steadham Betty Jane Rowland Dean Swartz Billy Weaver Norma lo Thorn Ray Stewart Maxine Vines Louise Whitaker Patricia Parr Bonnie Rutherford Barbara Hawkins Margaret Salazar Dalton TankerslyPaul Adams Pat Alderson Buck Anderson Miss Richerson Glenn Quick Janice Alexpnder Bennie Joe Baggett EIGHTH GRADE MISS RICHERSON, SPONSOR Royce Smith Mary Lou Mayberry Wayne Stephens Franklin Wells Westa Joy Rathbone E A. Woodell Clyde Woolsey Poke Bowden Glynetta Britton Ralph Colder Jerry Burnett Buddy Daniel Christine Cobb Charles Davis Lacy Scoggins Burma Ruth Hunter Jimmy Lee Dona Fern Keeling Jim Mcllroy Bonnie Sue Mayberry Tommy Pope Billy Wooten Earlene Shelton George Young Pat Wilkins Daniel Johnston Dale Teer Wright HarrellSEVENTH GRADE MRS. MINTER - SPONSQR Iva Jean Barber Gilbert Adams Latricia Baysinger Mrs. Minter Mary Ann Bramlet Bobby Dale Joan Davis Ruby Faye Bearden Mike Daugherty Lou Alice Bertrand Bobby Ellis Geraldine Earhart Kenneth Herrick Ruby Eaves Odie Vie Elliot Delene Falkner Harvey Hogue Estell Flowers Jimmy Kennedy Winona Hodel Bonnie Yancy Noelene Kendrick Jimmy Martin Jane Lee Billy Mayo Frances McAfee Mary Magar Phyllis McCoy Gary Noss Julia Nicholas Donald Pruitt Geneva Nichols Linda Johnston Cora Sue Robinson Doyle Stephens Alice Ruth Smith Lloyd Wright Ida K. Thomas f r-i I n i,.MRS. CONVERSE, MISS JORDAN AND MRS. SHELTON SIXTH GRADE First row: Ann Bertrand, Benny Daniel, Lee Ann Case, Miss Jordan, Kerry Daugherty, Jack Flynn, Billy Derrick. Second row: Maryln Hamilton, Charles Henderson, Reba Hunter, Mrs. Converse, Charles Partain, Minnie Johnston, Dwayne Stephens. Third row: Betty McCarrell, Jimmy Vaught, Jean McAfee, Bobby Hunter, Joyce Sinclair, Tommy Coulter, Clara Smith, John Armstrong. Fourth row: Geraldine Smith, Robert Herrick, Janet Speckels, Calray Walstrom, Shirley Williams, Le Roy Hinman, Martha Wilson, Douglas Grimes. Fifth row: Lillian Dulaney, Tommy Rape, Josephine Gillian, Dalton Green, Winnell Bowden, Bill Stephens, Murldeen Boyd, Bobby Lord. Sixth row: James Hardison, Shirley Wooten, Bobby Kennedy, Sue Stewart, Edwin Johnston, Billy Gladden R. W. Derrick, Dorothy Fisher.Joyce Barnes James Berber Nancy Bearden Miss Hill Robert Chancellor Wanda Bishop Murrell Daniel Barbara Bond Gertrude Brown Gene Ellis Betty Carpenter Richard Flippin Norma Cobb Charles Paschal Jerry Dale Altie Quick Patsy Daniel Billy Schillings June Davis Peggy Vines Deanna Dickens Carroll Shelton FIFTH GRADE I i i Miss Hill and Mrs. Hassler Beverly Speckels Jerry Carter Patsy Coulter Mrs. Hassler Jimmy Gardner Sandra Maloch Harold Flowers Villa Stephens Lucille Lowery Max Irwin Billy Benningfield Carl Roberts Mary Gail Wildmcm Ellis Groomer Flo Ann Noss Nancy Kendrick Glenda Surratt Bobby Hicks Donna Morrison Rowland Kemp 1 Lola Hankins Billy Shivers Hazel Henderson Dickie Robertson Ronald Flowers Leona Williams Lena Hogue Daulton Smith Donna Houston Buford Rape Ida Raap Billy Standefer Mary Smith Johnny Scoggins Patsy Weaver Shirley Rowland Kenneth Flowers Janice Gregg Keith Amerson Jo Ann Miller Annette Gasaway Richard Pugh Wilma Falker Don Smith Betty Gale McHam Jerry Moore Sallie Van Ness Miss Green and Mrs. Blackburn Walter Britton Roberta Bailey Allen Crawford Miss Green Ann Bright Sammy Dooly Connie Burnett Roy Evans Betty Cannon Don Fitzhugh Peggy Cook Bobby Gardner Gladys Grizzell Jerry Gentry Quito Ivy Billy Mittag Kathleen Kendall Waymon Montgomery Patsy Marshall Jerry Morris Sandra Nicholas Bobby Hauk Freddie Mitchell Clay Houston Billy Mayo Mary Beth Scoggins Eleanor Smith Patricia Seqler Patty Smith Gary Roberts Ora Jean Parker Harry Robertson Roger Speckels Eloise Smith Don Steadham Myrtle Scott Albert Woodell Doris Benningfield Don Adams Bethene Dunnam Mrs. Blackburn Winfred Baggett Peggy Ellis Eddie Elliott Helen Idleman Gerald Berryman Lynn McDonald Jerry Flippin Joycelene Oliver Tommy Hiser Lupe SalazarTHIRD GRADE MISS HUGHES First row: Glenn Barber, Iris Ann Akin, Jackie Carsrud, Claire Conway, Miss Hughes, Gary Chancellor, James Dunn. Second row: Donald Clement, Patsy Ruth Hawkins, Ronald Darnell, Mary Ruth Hardison, Charles Hankins, Joy Harrison, Richard Irwin. Third row: Jerry Lassitor, Martha Ann Knott, James Males, Barbara Langley, Dale Marshall, Iva Lois Lord, Jackie Morris. Fourth row: Ronnie Patterson, Linda Lowe, Richard Quick, Clista Lowry, Don Reese, Chloe Ella Parr, Billy Charles Smith. Fifth row: Irwin Smith, Joann Pope, Willard Stewart, Lynna Montgomery, Otta Terrell, Marshallene Turner, Bobby Tucker. Sixth row: James Van Ness, Wanda Jean Waggoner, Ray Wallach, Norma Wells, Gale Moore, Sonny Barnes, Roy Whittington.t S I I 1 THIRD GRADE MRS. COFFMAN First row: Donald Adams, Velma Adams, Mrs. Coffman, Gaylin Bishop, Charlsie Bearden, Tony Wayne Bryant. Second row: Jerry Carpenter, Sue Berryman, Bill Caudle, Morene Bertrand, Walter Cobb, Yvonne Cobb, Charles Dickens. Third row: Raeburn Gallager, Billy Lou Dunnam, D. E. Galle, Lou Neil Gladden, Donald Grimes, Ginger Hardy, Leonard Hopper. Fourth row: Joe Kennedy, Charlotta Hendrickson, Donald McCarrell, Neva Kennedy, Mike Mc-Clannaham, Carol Ann May, Edward Newton. Fifth row: Juan Nolen, Vera McCullough, Billy Prewett, Patsy Newport, Larry Robertson, Margaret Nichols. Jo Scott. Sixth row: Frances Sinclair, Loren Tate, Virginia Speckels, Eddie Vaught, Jane Stanley, Coy Stephens, Lora Ann Teer.SEcond GrADp ",ss First row: William Allen, Patricia Flowers, Darral Bearden, Miss Moore, Jimmy Caton, Kay Hardison. Second row: W. Lee Benningfield, Juanelle Hin-man, Darwyn Bishop, Jo Ann Ivy, Clayton Bond, Troy Tankersly. Third row: Thomas Bright, Sharon Kemp, Elton Bearden, Dorothy King, Harold Chandler, Delores Langley, Billy Dunn. Fourth row: Georgie Dunn, Beverly Latham, Donald Forqurean, Barbara Perry, Russel Gillentine, Consuela Salazar, Jerry Gillian. Fifth row: Floyd Griffin, Beverly Scott, Jim Bob Hendrickson, Albert Jones, Hubert Idleman, Murray Watkins, Phillip McClean. Sixth row: Dalian Sanders, Patsy Steadham, Joe Dean Segler, Doris Williams, James Smith, John Haynil, Jimmy Smith.SECOND GRADE — MISS STRAWN FIRST GRADE — MRS. BARTHOLOMEW First row: lim Bob Akin, Patricia Carsrud, Paul Baker, Royce Lee Carmack, Miss Strawn, Warren Chester, Wilma Dodd, Floyd Crutcher, Max Whittington. Second row: William Eaves, Connie Dunn, Robert Flippin, Joyce Forehand, Jimmy Lee Wagoner, Bobby Harvey, Glenda Kendrick, Jimmy Lott, Kaye Koepp, Lamoyne Males. Third row: Floyd Martin, Mickey Lee, Richard Morgan, Hallie Schillings, Wayne Meyers, Shirley Rozelle, Clay Osburn, Carol Surratt, Joe Earl Stephens, Charles Fletcher. Fourth row: James Walker, Patsy Fields, Roy Nolen, Ann Bess Amerson, Ronnie Butler, Sydney Block, Oatis Smith, Barbara Massengale, Curtis Derrick, Paul Gonzalas, Fifth row: Larry Barzune, Phyllis Ashley, Dwight Cobb, Mrs. Bartholomew, Rayborn Coff, Barbara Flippin, Donald Elliot, Joe Kinniken. Sixth row: Charles Forehand, Wilma Hayes, Marshall Galle, Freddie Wilson, Joe Gayle Hicks, Harlon Murrell, James Hopper. Mickey Kennedy, Garvane Massey. Seventh row: Bobby Roberts. Donald Smith, Louella Martin, John Terry, Barbara Rule, Kenneth Tucker, Roberta Hawkins. Billy Walker, Billy Gohlke.MRS. CATON AND MRS. HERRICK Kay Malone Junior Hardy Betty Jean Coulter Larry Van Ness Mrs Caton Gary Edmiston Koann Williamson Gale Seat Sharon Echols Tommy O'Quinn Carole Richardson Billy Rea Vicki Keith Frankie Morris Harold Rozell Jerry Dunnam Sue Martin Gene Murrell Gail Sue Scoggins Bobby Murphy R S T G R A D E Georgia Quick Billy Lord Nellene Shivers Betty Harvey Judy Ivy Ronald Hoover Frances Fitzhugh Ronnie Westbrook La Dell Geiger Jack Latham Dorothy Eubanks Johnny Henderson Jerry Baily, Nancy Baker, Eugene Benningfield, Mrs Herrick, Pat Chandler, Linda Carmack, John Gatlin, Theresa Fields, Paul Hardy, Wanda Hanes, Lonnie Lawrence, Wilma Montgomery, Terry Martin, Shirley King, Jerry Prewett, Enedina Salazar, Travis Hopper, Freddie Tucker, Emma Williams, Harold Wilson, Janice Dye, Chesley Stephens, Cynthia Smith, Kenneth Richardson, Marsha Floyd, Jean Williams, ferry Smith. Ernestine Powell, Billy Moore, Bruce Hardison. Wanda Kidwell, Bobbie Williamson. SENIOR FAVOR ITESPATTY LOU WALLACH and BILL KING JUNIOR FAVORITESBETTY ANN STANDEFER and BOB SWABTZ SOPHOMORE FAVORITES't 194- 7 Ca zctftna. Back row, left to right: Coach Watkins, Wallach, Anderson, Hinman, Ear-hart, Wilson, Knott, Gladden, Baggett, Snodgrass, Whitaker, Davis, Coach Storm. Front row: Woolsey (Manager), Hicks, Teer, J. Scoggins, Wooten, Hardison, McCleskey, Sikes, Scoggins, Yates, Schoolcraft, Honea. Absent—Swartz and Standefer. SEASON'! Cardinals 2 Cardinals 6 Cardinals ... 0 Cardinals........... 21 Cardinals 13 Cardinals 12 Cardinals 13 RECORD Hobbs.............. 7 Monument .......... 6 Artesia ........... 0 Roy .............. 13 Melrose ........... 0 Jal .............. 13 Lovington ........ 13 Monument......... 12FOOTBALL ALL-VICTORIOUS EIGHTH GRADE TEAM JO WOODELL OF THE SENIOR CLASS — FOOTBALL QUEENif- CORONATION OF THE 1946 FOOTBALL QUEEN Jo Woodell ...Football Queen Hubert McCleskey.Football King Coronation Sponsored by the Senior ClassJUNIOR CHORUS —MRS. SHELTON, SPONSOR SENIOR CHORUS —MRS. SHELTON, SPONSOR MRS. REA'S PIANO CLASS SENIOR CLASS BAND MEMBERS Donald Honea Melvin Hardison Mary Lou Paschal . Grade McWhorter '« Dorothy Minter MAJORING GROUP Dorothy Minter Nelda Rowland Gracie McWhorter Dorothy Wilkins Jnonelle ReevesYEAR S CALENDAR OF EVENTS Hobbs Game February Concert Lovington Game Eunice Clinic November Assembly All Music Program Lovington Concert Artesia Festival Hobbs Clinic Junior Play Members of the Concert Band are: Mr. Bartholomew, director, Jnonelle Reeves, Phoncille Bramlett, Geraldine Earhart, Mattie Brown, Ralph Herrick, Vila Jean Tucker, Charles Lasater, Jean Pevehouse, Glenn Quick, Glynetta Britton, Imo-gene Bennett, Bonnie Rutherford, Jaynice Cravens, Alice Smith, Noelene Kendrick, George Young, Elaine White, Jeanne Mcllroy, La Nelle Hardy, Kenneth Herrick, Stewart Holmes, Sammy Kaker, Wendell McCandless, Billy Wooten, John Robinson, E. A. Woodell, Jim Mcllroy, Lloyd Wright, Dona Fern Keeling, Sue Robinson, Barbara Anderson, Mary Lou Paschal, Betty Johnston, Betty Standefer, Mike Daugherty, Lois Baggett, Eva Jean and Nita Dean McCandless, Nelda Rowland, Gilbert Shivers, Joan Davis, Harris Smith, Poke Bowden, Gilbert Adams, Tommy Pope, Karr F. Wells, Lee Hogue, Winnie Sims, Elsie Snodgrass, Betty Jane Rowland, Harrell Wright, Tom Burt, Donald Honea, Robert Hinman, Bobby Wallach, Gary Gasaway, Grace McWhorter, Dorothy Wilkins, Eugenia Johnston, Patsy Wilkins, Darril Miller, Donald Gladden, Melvin Hardison, Kenyon Hicks, Dorothy Minter, Raymond Burt.MR BARTHOLOMEW Band Teacher and Director First row: Nellene Shivers, Georgia Quick, Wanda Hanes, Judy Ivy, Pat Chandler. Terry Martin, Eugene Benningfield, Gale Seat, Harold Wilson, Frankie Morris, Sue Martin, Kay Malone, Betty Jean Coulter, Sharon Echols. Second row: LaDell Geiger, Bobby Caton, Jerry Smith, Freddy Tucker, John Terry, Ronald Hoover, Marsha Floyd, Bobby Williamson, Junior Hardy, Koann Williamson, Dorothy Eubanks, Chesley Stephens, Wanda Kidwell, Jean Williams, Bruce Hardison, Louella Martin. Third row: Carol Ann Richardson, Eugene Murrell, Jerry Bailey, Frances Fitz-hugh, Betty Mae Harvey, Shirley King, John Gatlin, Vicki Keith, Cynthia Smith, Theresa Fields, Linda Carmack, Roberta Hawkins, Borbara Flippin, Billy Rea, Billy Ray Lord, Doyle Gordon, Janice Dye, Billie Moore. Fourth row: Billy Gohlke, Bobby Roberts, Donald Elliot, Donald Smith, Charles Forehan, Dwight Cobb, Joe Hicks, Jack Latham, Bobby Murphy, Harlon Murrell, Paul Hardy, Johnie Jones. Fifth row: Barbara Rule, Ray born Cobb, Gail Sue Scoggins.  CO RO NATIO OF F.HA. QUEEN Imogene Bennett Richard Anderson Sponsored by F.H.A. Club and Miss Richerson, the SponsorDorothy Minter Jeanne Mcllroy Imogene Bennett La Nelle Hardy... Eugenia Johnston Patsy Chancellor Miss Richerson ... President Vice President Sec.-Treas. Parliamentarian Historian Reporter ....... Sponsor F.H.A. CLUB Top row: Grade McWhorter, Bonnie Rutherford, Betty Parr, Betty Johnston, Imogene Bennett, La Nelle Hardy, Dorothy Minter, Eugenia Johnston, Mary Randolph, Ruby Dulaney, Earlene Shelton, Westa Rathbone, Miss Richerson. Middle row: Joan Sanders, Louise Whitaker, Martha Caudle, Pat Parr, Barbara Anderson, Jean Pevehouse, Jeanne Mcllroy, Jimmy Seat, Pat Robertson, Pat Gladden, Nyda Echols. Bottom row: Maxine Vines, Mary Dennis, Mary Pope; Patsy Chancellor, Mary Lou Paschal, Burma Hunter, Pat Alderson, June Neathery, Charlene Armstrong, Ann Henderson.PI ' IPuS clI U C0u$- SPONSOR —MRS. SCARBOROUGH First row: Charles Lasater, Gary Noss. Irl Welch. Second row: Betty Ann Standefer, Dana Burnett, Elaine White, Martha Caudle, Mamie Lord. Third row: Maedell McCullough, Betty Rea, Nyda Echols, Winnie Sims. Fourth row: Jnonelle Reeves, Elsie Snodgrass, June Neathery. Fifth row: Charlene Armstrong, Barbara Anderson. Lois Baggett and several other good members were absent when the picture was taken.SPONSORS — MRS SCARBOROUGH AND MRS. MINTER First row: Donald Honea, Hubert McCleskey, Charles Lasater, Mike Daugherty. Second row: Patsy Chancellor, Jeanne Mcllroy, Betty Neathery, Pat Alderson, Dorothy Wilkins. Third row: Maedell McCullough, Nyda Echols, Betty Johnston, Dorothy Minter. Fifth row: Jo Woodell, Pat Parrish, Winnie Sims. Absent when the picture was taken: Grace McWhorter, Martha Martin and Lois Baggett.Mrs. Matheson Sponsor STAFF OFFICERS Editor ......... Betty Johnston Art Editor...Grace McWhorter Snapshot Editor Richard Anderson Typist ............Nelta Knott Business Mgr.. Hubert McCleskey (not shown in group—center boy on bottom row of Staff members.)SENIOR PLAY MARChf 21, 19-47 "A DATE WITH JUDY” CAST Mr. Foster Mrs. Foster Randolph Judy Hubert McCleskey Dorothy Minter Richard Anderson Nelta Knott Barbara Jo Woodell Oogie Donald Honea Mitzi Lydia Baker Mr. Martingale Melvin Hardison Hannah Betty Johnson Mrs. Slutzhammer Pat Parrish Mrs. Hotchkiss Betty McCullough Eloise Mary Lou Paschal Suzie Rose Sowell Tootsie Grace McWhorter Bubbles Mable Colborn Rex Radio Announcer Pat Sims Delivery Boy Jimmy Herrick a Stage Managers C. D. Smith 4 Johnny Malone I Darril Miller Jv Ushers Ruby Dulaney Betty Parr Patsy Chancellor Rose Caudle Publicity Donald Honea Nelta Knott Rose Sowell Richard Anderson!  Mrs. Shepherd McLean by Jeanne Mcllroy Mr. Luther Long by Fred Whitehead Mrs. Anglin by Pat Wallach Mrs. Blackburn by La Nelle Hardy Cynthia Anglin by Jimmie Seat Sylvia Kline by Eugenia Johnston Max Moore by J. E. Earhart FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1946CHEER LEADERS Nelta Knott, Betty McCullough, Carpi Wooten f Mrs. Matheson Sponsor OUR PEPPER UPPERS CHEER LEADERS Mrs. Minter SponsorHISTORY The history of this Senior Class of 1946-47, is one which will be long remembered. Incidentally, just in case you are behind on the history and exciting events of the high school life of us Seniors, 1 will give you a few of the highlights. With Miss Elliott as our Freshman sponsor, we gave a Christmas program. When we were Sophomores, our program, in assembly, was given by all the football boys of our class, as well as some from other classes. Before and after the play, short comic scenes were given. Miss Cogdell was our sponsor. But we really had our fun when we were Juniors, with Mrs. Griffin as our sponsor! We got to give our iirst night play, “Professor, How Could You?" We also took a trip to Balmorhea, Texas. And now, we come to our last year in high school, but it is only the beginning of this life of ours! We elected Mrs. Matheson and Coach Storm our Senior sponsors. We have worked hard on the annual this year, and we have every intention of having a wonderful play and trip. Our year was begun with twenty-four students. Carl Joe Standefer and C. D. Smith returned from the Navy, making us twenty-six which is one of the largest classes to graduate from Eunice High School. Grace McWhorter, Melvin Hardison, and Pat Sims are the only three from our Senior Class to start their school life in Eunice. Nelta Knott and Mary Lou Paschal entered Eunice Grade School in the second grade. Mary came in September of 1933 and Nelta in 1936. Both came here from Hobbs, New Mexico. During the third grade, four of our present class came to Eunice. These were: Jo Woodell, from Pecos, Texas, Lydia Lee Baker, from Abilene, Texas, Dorothy Minter, from Ardmore, Oklahoma, and C. D. Smith, from Petersburg! Texas. C. D. joined the Navy when he was a Sophomore and re-entered Eunice High School as a Senior, in order to graduate. Mable Colborn and Carl Joe Standefer both entered school here in the fourth grade. Mable came from Pampa, Texas, and Carl Joe from Brisfol, Oklahoma. Carl Joe also entered the Navy when he was a Junior, and re-entered during his Senior year in order that he might graduate with our class of “46-47." Ruby Dulaney came here in the fifth grade, from Fairchild, Texas. In May, of 1942, Rose Sowell started here in the Seventh grade, coming from Fitsfield, Oklahoma. Betty Johnston also entered in the seventh grade, coming from Monument, New Mexico. During our eighth grade year, three students, Betty McCullough, Donald Honea, and Johnny Malone entered our school. Betty came here from Robert Lee, Texas, Donald from Odessa, Texas, and Johnny came from Willow, Oklahoma. Patsy Chancellor came here during her freshman year from Roswell, New Mexico. Our Sophomore vear turned out to be a very Drosoerous one Rose Marie Caudle entered from Andrews, Texas, Pat Parrish from Beaumont, Texas, Hubert McCleskey from Hagerman, New Mexico, and Jimmy Herrick from Monument, New Mexico.J. R. Yates and Darrill Miller entered school here during our Junior year. J. R. came here from Andrews, Texas, and Darrill from Hobbs, New Mexico. Betty Parr and Richard Anderson entered school here in the twelfth grade; Betty from Meadow, Texas, and Richard from Breckenridge, Texas. June also entered this year, but stayed only three months as she moved back to Hobbs, New Mexico. This completes our history to date, but if you don't think that we plan more history than ever, then read our prophecy! SENIOR WILL, Concluded Mary Lou Paschal wills to her sister, Almeda, her ability to hang on to her fountain pen and her lack of height to Imogene Bennett. Pat Sims wills his mathematic ability to Fred Boyd and his height to Clayton Wooten. C. D. Smith wills his ability to "ditch 'em" to Charles Minter and his mechanic ability to Jackie Clark. Rose Sowell wills her soda jerking ability to Dean Swartz and her eye for flying to some poor guy that can't stand high altitudes. Carl Joe Standefer wills his ability to play football to Bob Swartz and his curly hair to Raymond Burt. Coach Storm wills to the Junior boys his little red and white cap in hopes that it brings them better luck than it did him. Jo Woodell wishes to give and bequeath to Elaine White her ability to play a sax and to Betty Neathery her grin to use on the male teachers next year. J. R. Yates wills his rapid fire saliva projectile ejector ("spitball shooter") to Slick Schoolcraft who he believes has promising talent at the art.SENIOR PROPHECY Deary Diary, We have just bought us a new house and as I sit here thinking how I would like to have a housewarming and wondering whom I would invite, the first thing that comes to my mind is my classmates of '46 and '47. Where and what are they doing now? Let's see. Grace McWhorter, you remember her, she's the girl who was always trying her new hair styles and I guess she tried a little of everything while in college but she couldn't overcome her love for horses and the wide open spaces and now she owns the finest string of race horses in the world with the exception of Bing Crosby. I received a card from Betty Johnston. She was in Mexico City at the time and was on her way to Chile where she was to become the secretary to the American Ambassador there. Just last week I ran into Nelta Knott. She was about the happiest person imaginable, for her lovely dream had become a reality, and as she stood there talking and blushing, (blushing, what for you ask; well, Nelta didnt always need a reason), I was reminded of the old school days. After we had talked a while, we bought our tickets and went into the theater. "The Bright Side" was showing, starring Dorothy Minter. Yes, she's an actress now, a second Betty Hutton, they say, but she's much better, I think. Then there's Jo Woodell—her greatest desire was to burn biscuits for the man she loved. Well, you are in for a surprise, because Jo doesn't burn her biscuits. No, Sir! Practice makes perfect! I'll bet you didn't know Pat Parrish cared for horses, did you? I visited her the other day, and she has a splendid riding academy. She told me that she's very grateful to Miss Binion and the knowledge of bookkeeping that she taught her for because of it, she is managing the academy very well. While I was there, Mable Colborn flew over from Florida for a visit. She is a flying instructor at one of the bigger flying fields there. Oh, and that reminds me, air minded Donald Honea is flying a "Constellation" from New York to Paris for the Pan American Company and just between you and me, I believe he is working on one of those jet-propulsion models that will carry you to the planet Mars! We all remember Mrs. Matheson, one of our beloved sponsors, and though I have not seen it myself, I heard that she is still teaching school and liking it better than ever. Her volleyball team won National Championship last year. And Lydia Baker, the pest of our class; I’d like to see her now. I heard from a reliable source that she is still looking for her man! June Wilson, the girl that was a whiz at typing, is the head of a big business firm in Texas. J. R. Yates, the Senior who always crossed his bridges when he came to them, and not until, is a traveling salesman. Yes, he is still crossing his bridges when he comes to them. Rose Sowell is the manager of a chain of drug stores now. Who says 'soda jerking"cannot become something big!SENIOR PROPHECY, Continued Pat Sims, die ambitious Senior, may be found celebrating for what he has done the past years. Betty Parr and her better half own and operate a little cottage by the side of the road. Remember those houses we all dreamed of owning some day? Richard Anderson has fullfilled those dreams, so see Richard and have one for your very own. Johnny Malone, the genius with cars, owns a big motor company located in the city of Eunice. Ruby Dulaney, my how she seemed to dislike "Okies" and how she would talk about them! That must have been just "talk" because I understand she has chosen to spend her life with an "Okie"! And did you know. Diary, Jimmy Herrick is now the Olympic tennis champ. C. D. Smith, the Senior upon whom we depended to make such things as crowns and the like, took the hint and put his ability to a good advantage: he is a machinist and a fine one at that! Nearly every one enjoys old songs and guitar music and with that in mind, Darrill Miller started on "Life's Road" with a guitar in his hand and a song on his lips. He is what you might call an educated hobo with harmony! Rose Marie Caudle made a trip to California and liked it so well that she just stayed as the wife of a sailor. Patsy Chancellor always seemed to realize that to get anywhere in this world you must work and isn't it just like Patsy to become a teacher and teach others so that the way may be made easier for them. Melvin Hardison is helping to increase the friendship between the Americas. He is building bridges in South America. And there is Hubert McCleskey, the athlete of our class and liked by all who knew him. He is continuing his skill as halfback for the Rams. Betty McCullough is coaching a professional volley ball team of girls— the champs of New Mexico! Carl Joe Standefer, believe it or not, is still single and enjoying life as it comes. Coach Storm has given up trying to teach other boys how to play football and is rearing a team all his own. Bet he'll have a good one, too!! Maybe all of the Seniors of '46 and '47 did not reach the goals they had set but they did not turn out so bad after all. It has been a pleasant experience glancing in on all the lives of the classmates of '46 and '47, but now I must say "goodnight" both to you and the old gang—and what a gang!! MARY September 5, 1957SENIOR WILL OF '47 We, the Senior Class of 1946-1947, of Eunice High School, in the City of Eunice and the State of New Mexico, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby bequeath to: C. H. Conway, our beloved superintendent, sincerest admiration and invaluable friendship for his understanding guidance. Julian W. Caton, our ideai principal, deepest appreciation for all his helpful suggestions and enduring patience. Our sponsors. Coach Storm and Mrs. Matheson, all of the joys of our Senior year because of their kind and thoughtful leadership. The Junior Class, our unbelievable ability to work harmoniously with our teachers and our dignified positions as Seniors. The Sophomore Class, all the varnish we wore off the hall in Mr. Caton's office. The Freshman Class, all the wonderful times we had in high school and a portion of the "book lamin’" they forced down us. The Eighth Grade, all of the notes, scrap-paper, gum, and candy wrappers left in various desks, book shelves, radiators, etc. over the building. The Seventh Grade, all the bluffing, apple-polishing, bribing, studying, etc., we went through in order to become "honorable Seniors." Richard Anderson wills to Miss Binion his bookkeeping ability and to Robert Hinman his hard head. Lydia Baker wills her boldness, and flirty nature to Gloria Woolsey and her gift of gab to Dorothy Wilkins. Rose Marie Caudle wills all of her freckles to Nyda Echols and part of her height and weight to her sister, Martha Jean. Patsy Chancellor wills her front seat in English to Lois Baggett and her bashfulness to La Nelle Hardy. Mable Colborn wills her natural auburn locks to Josie Davis. Ruby Dulaney wills to Dana Burnett her letters from Bill so that she may brag about them when she goes with a boy.SENIOR WILL OF 47. Continued Melvin Hardison wills his great ability to center on the football team to La Roy Knott; his wonderful musical ability to Kenyon Hicks, and his great knowledge of bookkeeping to Miss Binion. Jimmy Herrick wills his Ipana Smile to Don Armstrong with hopes that Don's use of it will have more effect on Miss Richerson than his did. Donald Honea wills his first chair in Band to Bobby Wallach and his nice warm seat on the bench to some likely player. Betty Johnston wills her quietness to Bill King and her position as editor to Jeanne Mclllroy. Nelta Knott wills her personality to Myrtle Eaves and her dimples to Patty Wallach. Hubert McCleskey wills his ability to play basketball and 4 inches of his height to Don Henderson who really doesn't need the ability but might use the height. Betty McCullough wills to the Sophomore Class a measly bit of Algebra II, a few drops of American History, and one gram of English III. All of this is to be divided equally among them since it is of no use in keeping house. Grace McWhorter wills to the Junior boys her sweet disposition and her ability to play "Chopsticks" to Eugenia Johnston. Darrill Miller wills his ability to "fly low" to "Poke" Bowden and his wit and humor to Gene Teer so that Gene won t have to waste time thinking of something to say. Virginia Matheson, wills her old used workbooks and book reports to Mrs. Scarborough to read during her leisure time when she is Senior Class Sponsor. Dorothy Minter wills her exceptional ability to play "1 Dropped my Dolly in the Dirt” to Coach Storm and her blond hair to Phoncille Bramlett. Betty Parr wills her ability to sing to Evelyn Mittag. (Don't worry, Evelyn, she only sings on dark dreary nights and then she sings "Show Me the Way to go Home ") Pat Parrish wills 10 pounds of her weight to Winnie Sims and her lovable giggles to Carol Wooten.SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 3 Registration day. 6 Mr. Conway presents assembly, "Looking Forward." 13 Mr. Robert Edgar presents an assembly about the giant telescope. Football game with Hobbs, there. 20 A speaker for assembly, R. L. Allen, of Church of Christ. 27 Football game with Monument, there. OCTOBER 4 General singing in assembly. Football game with Artseia, there. 11 Faculty presents assembly program, "Hobbies." 12 Football game with Roy, here. 14 Assembly by Mr. Harold B. Davidson, deep-sea diver. 18 Football game with Jal, here. 25 Assembly by Earl Landtroop of Baptist Church. Football game with Melrose, here. NOVEMBER 1 Assembly by Seniors, "Bett's Best Bet" a one act play. Football game with Lovington, there. 6 Football game with Monument, here. Coronation of Football Queen. 8 Sophomores present a one act play in assembly. 12 The Kilties, a male quartet, in assembly. 15 First Grade Assembly. 22 Senior Band assembly under the direction of Mr. Bartholomew. 25 Thanksgiving Vacation begins. 29 Basketball game with Tatum, there. DECEMBER 6 Sixth Grade assembly program. 7 Basketball game with Monument, here. 13 Juniors give synopsis of their play in assembly. They present "Mama's Baby Boy" at 7:30. 14 Basketball game with Jal, here 20 Christmas Vacation begins. JANUARY 8 Basketball game with Jal, there. 9 The Montagues in assembly. 10 Basketball game with Lovington, there. 17 Eighth Grade play in assembly, “ Bud for President. 18 Basketball game with Carlsbad there. 24 Seventh Grade assembly. Basketball game with Ft. 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