Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM)

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 JOXZVJOX We, the Staff, present to you, the students, the Cardinal Annual. We hope we have produced an annual of which the staff and students will be proud — both now and in the future. May it be an enduring monument in the progress and ideals of Eunice High School life as well as a record of the highlights of the years 1948-1949. CONTENTS 1. Fly Leaf 2. Table of Contents 3 Dedication 4. Student Council 5. Administration 6. Local School Board 7. Mr. Conway 8. High School Faculty 9. High School Faculty 10. Grade School Faculty 11. Grade School Faculty 12. Grade School Faculty 13. Senior Fly Leaf 14. Senior Officers and Sponsors 15. Senior Class 16. Senior Class 17. Senior Class 18. Senior Class 19. Senior Class 20. Senior Class 21. Junior Fly Leaf 22. Junior Class Officers 23. Junior Class 24. Junior Class 25. Junior Class 26. Snapshots 27. Sophomore Fly Leaf 28. Sophomore Class Officers 29. Sophomore Class 30 Sophomore Class 31. Sophomore Class 32. Snapshots 33. Freshman Fly Leaf 34. Freshman Officers 35. Freshman Class 36. Freshman Class 37. Freshman Class 38. Snapshots 39. Seventh and Eighth Grade Division 40. Eighth Grade 41. Eighth Grade 42. Seventh Grade 43 Seventh Grade 44. Snapshot 45. Elementary Division Page 46. Sixth Grade 47. Sixth Grade 48. Fifth Grade 49. Fifth Grade 50. Third and Fourth Grades 51. Third and Fourth Grades 52. Third and Fourth Grades 53. Third and Fourth Grades 54. Third and Fourth Grades 55. First and Second Grades 56. First and Second Grades 57. First and Second Grades 58. First and Second Grades 59. First and Second Grades 60. First and Second Grades 61. Division 6 for activities 62. Favorites Sr. 63. Juniors 64. Freshmen and Sophomores 65. Seventh and Eighth Grades 66. Football Senior 67. Football by Classes 68. Crowning of Queen 69. Basketball 70 Basketball 71. Girls P. E. 72 Girls P E 73. Senior Band 74 Band 75. Chorus 76. Piano 77. Publicity 78. Chatter Staff 79. Pep Sguad 80. Junior Play 81. Ser r Play 82. Senior History 83. Prophecy 84. Calendar 85. Calendar 86. Calendar 87. Will 88-109. Ads J zclication We, the Cardinal Staff of 1949, wish to dedicate this annual to our hard-working High School Principal, Mr. ]. W. Caton. He has gone through many hardships with us and helped us make many vital decisions. For these things we can never thank him enough, nor shall we ever forget him.Student Council — Eunice Hi li School Back row, left to right Mike Daughtery, Narvin Price, Wayne Stephens, Bob Dale, Billy Mayo, Jeraldine Earhart, Alice Smith, Nolene Kendrick, Pat Robinson, Joan Sanders. Middle row: Bill Wooten. Dorthy Phillips, Terry Cherryhomes. Jimmy Mcllroy, Dona Keeling, Jim Scoggins, Carolyn Hunt, Robert Hinman, Mr. Caton. Last row: Bobby Wallach, Betty Ann Standefer, C D. Sikes. Margaret Zorns, Jimmy York, Donald Whitaker, Lois Baggett, Gilbert Shivers. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor JIMMY YORK . JIM SCOGGINS DONALD WHITAKER BETTY STANDEFER MR. CATONV LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD itiiiiiimii v?m Bffliv liiwi i Left to Right: Member Mr. L. J. McAdams, President F. F. Hardison, and Secretary W. S. Holmes C. H. CONWAY I. W. CATON METTIE JORDON Superintendent Junior and Senior Elementary School High School Principal PrincipalThe Eunice Schools have experienced another fine school year. Cheerfulness, cooperation, and hard work, of the type that went into the preparation of this year book, make time spent in school pleasant and profitable. It has been a pleasure to work with the many loyal pupils, teachers, and patrons who are making an effort to make our schools the best possible! C. H. CONWAY Superintendent of Schools MISS ALINE SMITH Commercial Work Annual Sponsor B.A.—North Texas State Southern Methodist University Univ. o! Southern Calif. JAMES DUDLEY BROWN Athletic Coach and Shop Freshman Sponsor B S.—Central State. Edmond. Oklahoma MRS. LOIS H. DAUGHERTY Speech and Reading Freshman Sponsor B A—Oklahoma University Oklahoma University Oklahoma A. M. East Central College. Okla. MRS. C. H. CONWAY History Senior Sponsor B.A. Montezuma College Highlands University MRS RUTH HECK Slippery Rock S.T.C., Slippery Rock, Penna. New York University Health Phys. Ed. B S.—Health Education MISS ELIZABETH MILLER Librarian 8th Grade Sponsor B.A.—North Texas State College MRS. DALE CONVERSE Math and Physics Senior Sponsor B.A.—University of New MexicoMRS IVA SCARBOROUGH English Junior Sponsor B A.—Sam Houston College University of Colorado MR O. M (Doc) CEARLEY Athletic Coach B S. and B.A.—Central State, Edmond, Okla. M A.—Western State. Gunnison, Colorado. MRS. LILA T. BROWN Seventh Grade Sponsor English A B.—Baylor University Graduate Work U. N. M. MR EUGENE R HOWARD Spanish Social Studies Junior Sponsor B.S.—University of Illinois MR J. BURNS SMITH Seventh Grade Sponsor English and Mathematics B A.—Southern Methodist Univ. MR HOMER CARNEY Math. Gen. Sci. Jr. High Coach B A.—East Central State College Ada. Oklahoma MR ORIN L. BARTHOLOMEW Instrumental Music and Social Studies B A.—Colorado State College of Education, Greeley, Colorado 8th Grade Sponsor MISS MARY BROWN Second Grade B S.—N.T.S.T.C., Denton. Texas MRS ROBERT AKIN Pre-First K.S.T.C.—Pittsburg. Kansas W.S.T.C.—Tahlequah. Okla. MRS. WILLIE LEE COFFMAN Third Grade Highlands University, N.M. Texas Tech MRS L. B HARDEN Music—First three grades— Senior Chorus B.S.—West Texas State College CHARLES B. GULLANS Filth Grade B A. cum laude University of Minnesota MRS JEAN INMAN Third Grade B.A.—University of Wichita Wichita. Kansas MRS W P. HASSLER Filth Grade B.A.—Howard Payne College MRS. O. L. BARTHOLOMEW First Grade B A.—West Texas State College College of Education, Greeley, Colorado MISS LENA HUGHES Third Grade B A.—Southeastern College, Durant, Okla. Oklahoma University Colorado College of Education, Greeley, Colorado L. B HARDEN Music—5, 6, 7, 8—High School Chorus. Arith. Soc. Studies Sixth Grade B.S.—West Texas State Teachers, Canyon. Texas MISS JO SMITH Fourth Grade B.A.—North Texas State College Denton. Texas MRS. BOBBIE ALLEN School Nurse Texas Christian University T. C. U -Harris School of Nursing. Fort Worth, Texas MISS TOMMIE REE BRANNON School Secretary B.S.—North Texas State College, Denton, Texas MRS. REVAH WRIGHT Second Grade B.S.—N T.S T.C., Denton. Texas V "V- A MRS. AGNES SHEPHERD Fifth Grade B.A.—Southeastern State College. Durant. Okla. University of Oklahoma MRS W. J. HARBOUR Second Grade B.S.—East Central State College Ada. Oklahoma M A.—Oklahoma University, Norman. Oklahoma MRS. J. W. CATON Pre-First B.A.—Highlands University Las Vegas. New Mexico MRS. O M CEARLEY Fourth Grade B.S.—Central State College Edmond, Oklahoma Univ. of Southern California University of Oklahoma MRS ALOIS LAZNIK Sixth Grade B.S.—North Texas State College Denton, Texas MRS. LENORE SNELL Fourth Grade B.S.—East Central College Ada. Oklahoma MRS. MABEL McDOUGAL First Grade B.S.—Southwestern State College Durant, OklahomaSenior Class Officers and Sponsors MRS. CONVERSE MRS. CONWAYPALMER SANDERSON Chorus 3,4 Basketball 3,4 Bus. Mgr. Annual 4 President 4 Football Mgr. 4 EVELYN MITT AG Baseball 4 Spanish Club Chorus 1,2,3,4 Volleyball 1,2,3,4 LOIS BAGGETT Chorus 3,4 Band 1.2,3,4 F. H. A. 1,2,3 Annual Staff 4 Student Council 4 Tennis 3,4 Publicity Club 1,2,3,4 Chatter Staff 1,2,3,4 Spanish Club 4 JERRY CHERRYHOMES BILLY DAVIS Track 4 Basketball 1,2,3JANELLE SIMS JOHN ROBINSON Chorus 3,4 Tennis 3,4 Volleyball 3,4 GILBERT SHIVERS Chorus 3,4 Band 1,2 Baseball 4 Track 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Treasurer 4 Basketball 3,4 Football 2,3,4 Track 3 Baseball 4 Band 3 Student Council 4 BILL CALVERT Football 4 Baseball 4JUNE JOCOY Chatter 3 Volleyball 3,4 Publicity Club 3 Chorus 4 Pep Squad 3,4 Cheerleader 4 Librarian 3 C. D. SIKES Basketball 1,2,3,4 football 1,2,3,4 Publicity Club 2,3,4 Student Council 4 President 2 Vice President 4 Baseball 3,4 Chatter Staff 3,4 Editor, Annual 4 JIMMY YORK Basketball 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3 Band 1,2 Chorus 2,3,4 Student Council 4 Baseball 4 GLORIA WOOLSEY Chorus 2,3,4 Volleyball 1,2,3 Tennis 2,3 Class Officer 2 Publicity Club 3,4 BETTY REA Chorus 2,3,4 Tennis 1,2,3,4 Publicity Club 1,2 Chorus 4ODIS SCHOOLCRAFT Football 1,2,3,4,5 Track 3,4 JIMMY LEWIS Band 1,2,3,4,5,6 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Spanish Club 4 Football Mgr. 4 Baseball 3,4 BETTY STANDEFER Band 1,2,3,4 Student Council 4 F. H. A. 3 Chatter 1,2,3,4 Publicity Club 1,2,3,4 Spanish Club 4 Drum Major 4 Cheer Leader 3 Treasurer 2 ELAINE WHITE Chorus 1,2,3,4 Volleyball 1,2,3 Tennis 1,2 Publicity 2,3,4 Chatter 4 Chatter Bus Mgr. 2,3 Band 1,2 Pep Squad 1,2 Spanish Club 4 BILL JETER Publicity Club 4 Baseball 3,4 Football 2 Class Favorite 3JOYCE CARTER Annual Staff 4 Class Favorite 4 President 3 Vice-President 2 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Tennis 3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Student Council 4 WINNIE SIMS Volleyball 1,2,3,4 Tennis 1,2 Publicity Club 1,2,3,4 Chatter Staff 1,3,4 Chatter Editor 4 Band 1,2,3,4 Class Officers 1,2,3 Salutatorian DONALD WHITAKER Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2,3,4 Choi us 2,3,4 Vice president 3 Secretary 4 Student Council 4 MARGARET ZORNS Band 3,4 Volleyball 3,4 Chorus 3,4 Publicity Club 3,4 Student Council 4 Spanish Club Chatter Staff 3,4 Valedictorian DANA BURNETT Tennis 2,3 Chatter Staff 3,4 Spanish Club 4 Chorus 4 F. H A. 2,3 Pep Squad Publicity Club 2this year. BILLY CRYER DONALD CREECY Basketball 3,4 Baseball 3,4 Track 2,3 Football 1,2,3,4 Baseball 3,4 Football 2,3 DON HENDERSON J. W, STRINGER Basketball 1,2,3,4,5 Basketball 4 Tennis 1,2,3,4,5 Publicity Club 4■ 9 Junior Class Officers and Sponsors KENYON HICKS Vice President PAT GLADDEN Secretary and Treasurer DONALD GLADDEN President MR. HOWARD MRS. SCARBOROUGHRobert Gregg Mary Pope Billy Weaver ' t — v ' V rrV Leonard Boyd Martha Caudle Stewart Holmes Kenyon Hicks Ida Clay Bunch Charles Tierce Clayton Wooten Doyle Gibson Joe Baggett Romona Smith Sam Kaker Louise WhitakerPaul Gregory Earl Montgomery Robert Newberry ( T, A ' s Pete Bergin Robert Hinman Jean Walker Bobby Wallach Minnie EaveS Pat Gladden Gilbert Snow Dean Yeager Norma Thom Dalton Tankersly (camera shy)La Vina Greenleaf Dorothy Nolan Jean Pevehouse Roe Hurt Pat Robertson Almeda Paschal Jame Rowland Joan Sanders Maxine Vines Billy Steadham Donald Gladden Cecil SinclairSophomore Class Officers and Sponsors Left to right: IANICE ALEXANDER, Secretary PAT WILKINS. Treasurer LACEY SCOGGINS, President DONA KEELING. Vice President COACH CEARLEY MRS. GARYBob Bailiff Janice Alexander David Morrison Pat Alderson Larry Amyx Dona Keeling Harrell Wright Jerry Cherryhomes Bob Echols Marvin Holly Charles Minter Bonnie Mayberry Perry Horne Christine Cobb Pat Wilkins Wayne Stephens Daniel Johnston Jimmy Lee Kenneth Walden Lacy Scoggins Mary Mayberry Jack Johnston Joe Sanderson Jerry Randolph Billy CoxLuella Garrett George Young Buddy Daniels Jerry Burnett Dolores Garrison Dale Teer L. P. Falkner Royce Smith Billy Wooten Buck Anderson Charlie Davis Ada Graves Dorothy Phillips Douglas Eubanks Darrell Hall Glenn Elliott Vance Winn Robert Johnston Martha Randolph Barbara Taylor Deloyed Campbell E A. Woodell Earlene SheltonFreshman Class Officers and Sponsors Left to right: LE ROY HENDRICKS. Vice President SUE ROBINSON. Treasurer LLOYD WRIGHT, Secretary GARY LEE NOSS, President MRS. DAUGHERTY COACH BROWNDonald Walker Marianne Bramlett Flora Price Ruby Jean Eaves Bob Dale Winona Hodel Linda Johnston Geraldine Earhart Patricia Walker Lloyd Wright Leroy Hendricks Charles Clines Alice Smith Don Gore Donald Cooper Lou Bertrand Donald Pruitt Gary Noss Frances McAfee Latricia Baysinger Noelene Kendrick Roberta Shaefer Tom Risinger Sue Robinson Jane Lee Donald Clement Delene Falkner Jimmie Martin Bobbie Nell Cryer Jimmie RichardsTom Risinger Julia Nicholas-Kay Thomas Billy Mayo Doyle Stephens Harvey Hogue Mozell Driver Franklin Sims Joan Geeslin Ruth Nolan Jessee Vines Richard Harper Dale Eubanks Sue Kirkendall Vila Tucker Buddy Bond Mike Daugherty Ida Barber Joyce Walden Pearl Daniels I i j. I1-. 1. Leaving Las Vegas 2. Study Hall 3. Pyramid? 4 Typical Hall Scene 5. Nurse's Office 6. Refreshing Pause 7. Oh That Man 8. Blowing Bubbles 9. Our Photographer 10. Cold Seat 11. Lonely? 12. We Wonder 13. Royal DignitiesEIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS AND SPONSORS President TOOTSIE BOWDEN Vice President...... RUFUS WALKER Secretary .......... BILLY GLADDEN Treasurer MURLDEEN BOYD President MARY GAIL WILDMAN Vice President SANDRA MALOCH Secretary ............. LINNIE SUE TAYLOR Treasurer SHIRLEY ROWLANDEighth Grade Joe Greenleaf Jimmy Vaught Shirley Wooten Terry Richards Barbara Karnes Charles Henderson Betty Sue Dempsey Billie Gladden Mozelle Martin Barbara McSpadden Betty Collison Josephine Gillian Bennie Daniels Tommy Coulter Bill Stephens Helen Stringer Lawrence Kennedy Allan Hampton Kerry Daugherty Joyce Sinclair Mickey Sanderson Wilberta Van Noy Bob Lord Tootsie Bowden Norvin Price Sponsors Mr. Bartholomew Miss Miller Eighth Grade Murldeen Boyd Tommy Boaz James Holder Carroll Cox Winonah Capps Veneta Jackson Jean McAfee Dalton Green Janet Speckles Pat Lambert Clara Joe Hurt Benny Gore Ann Bertrand LeRoy Hinman Clara Smith Gloria Hall Vera Sue Price Lillian Dulaney Joy San Lynn Billy Jess Willis Theabelle Hunt Peggy Frost Rufus Walker Shirley Williams Betty McArrelSeventh Grade Mrs. Brown Donna Morrison Mary Gail Wildman Junior Ballard Joyce Barnes Shirley Rowland Nancy Brown Bobby Hicks Patsy Daniel Lena Mae Hogue Peggy Vines Mahona McDougal Betty Carpenter Christine Daniels Richard Flippin Jean Sarver Nettie Garrett Patsy Coulter Roy Hanlett Raymond Martin Mary Smith Don Smith Jo Ann Miller Ronald Flowers Gertrude Brown Jim Gardner Lola Hankins Richard Robertson Murrell Daniels Norma Sue Cobb Sandra Malock Billy Shivers Nancy Jean Bearden Juanell Moore Jim Snell Peggy SnowSeventh Grade Max Irwin Beverly Speckles Minnie Johnston lo Ann Noss Richard Allen Marrow Alta Quick Charles Paschal Mary Asbury Lucille Laury Carl Jackie Roberts Marilyn Walker Jerry Dale Ida Jean Rapp Barbara Bond Bobby Wilson Glenda Surratt Nancy Kendrick Vella Stephens Janice Gregg Hazel Henderson Dan Carter Patsy Weaver Jane Mitchell Dora Fay Foster Theron Walker Harold Flowers Dona Orr Cleta Price Linnie Taylc rLeft to Right: Back Row, Mr. Carney, Leroy Hinman, Bennie Daniels, Roy W. Hamlett, Mike Daugherty, Mickey Sanderson, Tommy Coulter, Don Smith, Buddy Bond, and Ed Johnston Middle Row: Doyle Stephens, Richard Flippin, Billy Steadman, Robert Johnston, Jimmie Lee Vaught, Albert Woodell, William Stephens, and Harold Flowers Front Row: Roland Kemp, Bobby Hicks, Max Irwin, James Hardison, Charles Henderson, Ronald Flowers and Lawrence KennedySixth Grade Mrs. Laznik Sherry Bankhead Ophelia Evans Bob Hannitt Janice Stacey John Harper Don Fitzhugh Roger Speckels Barbara Rozell Carl Morrow Patsy Phelan Larry Shivers Jerry Flippin Shirley Wright Wayne Nichols Gladys Grizzell Dickie Kendrick Lynne McDonald Allen Crawford Roberta Bailey Billie Mayo Joan White Jodie Dobbins Myrtle Scott Keith Hankins Lupe Salazar Ann Eubanks Marie Newman Jimmie Dickison Rose Greenleaf Corinne Garrett Jo Ann MillsSixth Grade Miss Iordan Winfred Baggett Doris Coffman Albert Woodell Anjie Lou White Don Steadham Carolyn Elliott Donald Teer Mary Beth Scoggins Billy Mittag Patty Smith Tommy Hiser Gary Roberts Patsy Marshall Harry Robertson Sandra Nicholas Donnie Jackson Constance Burnett Jerry Ballew Glenda McGeath Bobby Gardner Eloise Smith Don Adams Constance Burnett Mack Johnson Jerry Morris Marilyn Holder Patricia Segler Helen Idleman Lavon Woolsey Buddy Carter Freddie Mitchell Bethene Dunnam Barbara Bright David BighamMrs. Cearley Ronald Payne David Crutcher Elizabeth Hardison Richard Dickerson Mary Hammett Elizabeth Pearson Paula Sorrels Wilber Witherspoon Barbara Perry Barbara Nelms Marcille Cunningham Juanelle Hinman Doyce Perkins Verren Chester Don Barnes Shirley Rozell Barbara Massengale Donnie McNelly Kaye Koepp Clarence McComack Velma Phillips Robert Flippin Edward Clement Mickey Lee Billie Lynn Doyle Channel Gertrude Keynold Bobby Harvey Clay Osborn Barbara Ratlifffifth Grade Mrs. Shepherd Billy Prewett Virginia Speckels Billie Barnes Robert BozeU Vera McCullough Jo Scott Edward Vaught Warren Ashbury jerry Lee Carpenter Michael McClannahn Rosemary Mitchell Carolyn Bohonnon Morene Bertrand Charlotta Hendrickson Charles Hankins Ray Pearce Billie Lou Dunnam Willa Faye Lynn Yvonne Cobb Jane Stanley Neva Kennedy Patsy Searcy Irwin Smith Lou Neil Gladden Marilyn Cox Janice Hinson Marshallene Turner Patsy Buck Loren Tate Don Reese Ellen ClayFifth Grade Mrs Hassler Iris Ann Akin ]. T. Shannon Otto Terrell Billy Joe Kirkendall Ronnie Patterson Tommy Lou McAnally Leon Sims Mary Hardison Dale Marshall Curtis Newcom Jack Morris Wanda Waggoner Barbara Langley Larry Robertson Clista Lowry Ronald Darnell Linda Lowe Kathleen Orr Roy Whittington Edward Newton James Kennedy Bobby Tucker James Ray Males Royce Carmack Cherrie Boaz Claire Conway Milford Phillips Martha Ann Knott —fourth tirade Glenda Kendrick Floyd Martin Dickey Bohannon Dwain Nelson Patricia Hodge Charles Hartgraves Mrs. Snell Dalian Sanders Harry Werner Connie Dunn Darrell Bearden Shirley Lewallen Ted Waldron Edna Clement Sharon Kemp H. W. Shelton Troy Tankersley Jim Hendrickson Norma Dollon William Eaves Patsy Steadham La Mayne Males Johnny Creek Bobbie Hamlet Patsy Brown Ronald Adams Max Whitington Paul Baker Anthony Whitefield Kenneth Home Consuela Salazar Donald Gordon Jerry Don Denton Billie Dunn David Clay Joe Stevens Carol Ann Surratt fimmie Smith ) v » Fourth Grade Miss Jo Smith Larry McConnell Thelma Hair Jerry Gillian Dolores Langley Marilyn McGeath Louise Walden Linda Price James Smith Jessie Stringer Joe Segler Marilyn Bighara Aubrey Pike Jimmie Caton Betty Griffin Janice Woolsey J. P. Smith Ralph Harryman Charles McAdams Jo Ivy Martie Bergin Jim Akin Jimmy Lott Patricia Carsrud Ruth Hatfield Laura Wright Mason Costen Joetta Gore Howard Chandler Clayton Bond Gordon Peel Patricia Flowers Wyletta Sims Hubert Idleman Elton Bearden Donald Fourquerean ■ '• • Third Grade Miss Hughes Harriet Werner Geraldine Myers Louellen Martin limmie Ratliff Nellie Clay Mary Louise Jackson Phyllis Ashley Gloria Wallach Thelma Clay Ranee Smith Scotty Wright Dorothy Daniel Peggy Sue Pynes Nancy Ann Baker Harlon Murrell Judy Dickerson Joe Gale Hicks Arlene Starling Norma Sims Frances Pearl Fitzhugh Jerry Dan Smith Leo Evans Enedina Salazar Barbara Flippin Lowery Dean Hall Vanda Joy Owens Larry Barzune Bob Haynes Mrs. Inman Glenda Chastney John Fine Carolle Edwards David Fine Ray Roberts Ronnie Hoover Camille Bowden James Hopper Myrna Capps Billy Rea Dorothy Snider Sue Martin James Roberts Betty Coulter Vicki Keith Kay Malone Ray SmithSecond Grade Miss Brown Jerry Dodd Lonnie Hamlett Barbara Earwood Pat Chandler Gay Nell Huckaby i Carolyn Greenfield Laneita Perkins Boyd Stewart Frankie Clay Lonnie Chester Glen Bethany Larry Joe Hicks Mary Seay Barbara Barnes Donna Beckman William Stump John Gatlin Linda Miller Phynus Witherspoon Richard Couch Janice Dye Jimmy Smith John McGuyer Burl Magee Jerry McConack Billy Frank Holder Terry Martin Jerry Phillips Louise Perry A rv i me» It A 4 ' V Jerry Bailey Dorothy Tankersley Mary Kay Woodall Mike Williams Rhubert SearcyMrs. Harbour Thelma Ane Christenson Freddie Brooks Delores Boaz Wanda Bishop Frankie Bailey William Parsons Haney Annie May Griffin Jeana Fultz Bobbie Dyer Francis Creek Carolyn Sue Hoke Ronald Hasty Joe Wayne Harper James Lloyd Harper Junior Hardy Wanda Jean Nelms Mary Louise Lowe Julie Ann Inman Billy Ray Huff Travis Hopper Gary Sanders Manuel Salazar Harold Rozell Janyce Louise Piggott David Osmondson Troy Wilkinson Willa Jean Turner Jerry Dudley Sweatt Sandra Jean Stacey Claude Smith Sharon ScottSecond Grade Mrs. Wright Byron Myers Tommy Pippin Frank Warneke Betty Mae Harvey Linda Crowell Mickey Kennedy lames Flowers Joyce Romines Andy Frost Patricia Phillips James McDonald Wayne Perry Huetta Payne Donnie Roberts Rena Hale Robert Massengale Jerry Wright Patricia Mizzell Olin Clay Veronica Templeton Claude Sands Marie Miller Bobby Caffey eivin career Adela La Ra Johnny McCullough Reta Roberts Bobby Caton Elaine Boyd Lanenon Stephens Ernest Waggoner Beth BohannonPre-First Grade Mrs Akin Gary Ferguson Mary Gillian Linda Segler Bobby Farr Jerry Callhoon Hurtis Hankins Carla Gladson La Dona Dodson Bobbie Drennam Ronald Gordon Donny Couch Eddie Taylor Joe Paul Whitefield Linda Harless Charles Patterson Lynn Dell Callison Patsy Hassler Kay Davis Twila Miller Gary Hicks Junior Frost Phil Koepp Billy Wilson Bobby Wood Sandra Battles Jamie Allen Dian Bulman Carroll Martin Davis Ford Richard McNally Fred Buck Patsy Reese Davis Watters Bitsy Bob Blair r amPre-First Grade Mrs. Caton Kenney Smith Sharon Key Terry Scott Lynda Malone Garry Kendrick Martha Kay Miller Monty Stanford Caroline Steadham Gwendolyn Turner John Walker Nevell Bishop Peggy Scoggins Louise Hankins Linda Williams Elsa Paynes Arthur McGeath Earl Cobb Don Beekman Efren Samaniego Maetta Phillies lohnetta Calhoun Janice Wright Mary Crawford Betty Wasson Connie Dyer Linda Cobb Larry Gray Janette Dunnam Lynn Kemp Glenn Kemp James Morgan Jerry Kendrick Jo YoakumFirst Grade Mrs. Mabel McDougal Gary Lee Campbell Charles Nelson Richard Ashley Linda Ragan Troy Wayne Garmon Kenneth Hankins Lillie Mae Hodge Bobby Ivy Buel Brown Sherry Meyers Mary Samaniego Nelda Kay Walker Eldon Kennedy Patricia Terreli Donnie Owings Don Cox Kenneth Farr Billy Stewart Teddy Baker Truman Smith Melvin Cole Janis Jackson Neldon Costin r. 4 V'W V ' - Linda Kinnington Odessa Drennon James McNelly Jr Larry Hamlett Earl Quick Eugenia Cavin Sharon Lewellen Sammy Smith John White Michael HartgravesMrs. Bartholomew Kenneth Edwards Sonja Coffey Eddy Don Lamb Joan Lucado Robert Tate Paul Walencial Willene Stump David Skidmore Emma Rose Gorgan Douglas Wright Card Sue Crowell Harold Crawford Norman Cole Sonya Sue Payne Jimmie Soloman Anita Bowden Clarence Golden Clint Cook Forrest Wayne Smith Arvie Rozell Jimmie Owens Jane Idlemen Max Campbell Stanley Mayo Nix Osborn Homer Mills Nita Witherspoon Nancy Ashley Carolyn Johnston Jimmie Jolly Donald Hardison Jerry Dickson Jeanene Lewes KENYON HICKS JIMMY YORK The Eunice Cardinals added more urela to their 1940 basketball aea-Saturday night at the county mmament at Hobbs when three Eunice cagers were placed on the all county team. These boys are Kenyon Hicks. Don Henderson and Jimmy York. The other two men picked for the county team were Dean and Ponder of Lovtnglon These boys were pic. $ ed by tha oraches and officials DON HENDERSON »ardinalS ?»r E9nic9 First in Ra _________ ON SATURDAY The preliminary game fe| _• Kin Basketball Championship of Coun ards Place 3 on All-County Team JUNIOR HIGH TOURNEY SET FOR THIS WEEK FND DON HENDERSON NAMED ON ALL DISTRICT TEAM 111 be 20 and 30. cents. J game will begin at 1:30_| Artesia forward, consistently broke Cardinals It seemed impossible for down the court to score against the this fellow to be stopped until he had tallied 27 points against Eunice. After suffering such a shameful defeat the Cardinals came back Saturday night to defeat their old friends, the Loving ton wildcats. 4B Junior Cardinals Win bounty Championship When votes for the all-district ba ketSall team were turned In at the tournament at Roswell last Saturday. It was found that something which had never happened before had happened. Three men had tied for first place, so the officials decided to give the three top placers the title of oo-captains Eunice high school basket-in its only encour earns will be busy this week son. winning from I Maying both Prlday and Sat- The Cardinals wi nights. urday night to n Cardinals will take both the man team on the and senior teams to Tatum senior game will st night. Tatum as usual has curtain raiser for t er good ball club this year, a match between t have won two games thus far high and the B sq Cardinals Will Meet Dexter Here Tonight opened at i Wednesday with Hondo U be eet local era e Eu| ad oi Thruaday morning i sxMtt ■« v.- , i , with Eunice playing be 30 and go cents } only team to hand Ec The junior high team prior to the Painamen season against the leated Artesia by a a Junior high Saturday a 33 In the second gan 2 o’clock. Coach Ham was from Lake Arthur reported about 35 Thursday afternooc ioT practice. The vl — —— t.i the junior team is the lal Highlights of District Basketball Tturney ! ARTESIA GIVES THE CARDINALS FIRST DEFEAT THIS YEAR The Eunice seniors were handed their first defeat of the season when the fast breaking Artesia Bulldogs swept the Cardinals off their feet in a thrilling but badly played basketball game here last. Friday night. The final score was | Artesia 40 Eunice 37. The Bulldogs were the first to be I able to dominate the Cardinals in ! a game this season. Until the last I three minutes he Eunice team did not look at all like the polished team that won the county tournament | the week before in a thrilling well played game with Lovington. "flSenior .3avoriteS BILLY CALVERT and JOYCE CARTERjunior JavoriteS PAT GLADDEN and SAMMY RARERTHE ALMIGHTY CARDINALS 1948 CARDINALS Coach Brown Coach Cearley Left to Right Coach Cearley Bob Dale 16 Doyle Stephens 15 Jimmy Lee 11 Charlie Davis 12 Pete Bergin 13 Billy Wooten 14 Donald Whitaker 15 Billy Weaver 16 Odis Schoolcraft 17 Joe Baagett 18 E. A. Woodell 19 Jimmy Lewis Coach Brown Mgr. Buddy Daniels 20 Donald Creecy 21 Leroy Knott 22 Leonard Boyd 23 Bob Bailiff 24 Bob Wallach 25 Robert Hinman 26 C. D. Sikes 27 Dalton Tankersly 28 Gilbert Shivers 29 Clayton Wooten 30 Palmer Sanderson Mgr. Kenyon Hicks 31 Jim Scoggins 32 Lacey Scoggins 33 Bobby Hunter 34 Billy Calvert 35 Robert Gregg 36 Robert Johnston 37 Charlie Tierce 38 Wayne Stephens 39 Mike Daughtery 40Senior Members of the Squad CARDINAL BROTHERS Clayton and Billy Wooten Jim and Lacey ScogginsCoronation Ceremonies 1948-49 FOOTBALL KING C. D. SIKES 1948-49 FOOTBALL QUEEN WINNIE SIMMSBASKETBALL - 1948-1949 COACH CEARLE SENIOR TEAM MGR. WEAVER Left to right, back Palmer Sanderson, LeRoy Knott, Jimmy York, Kenyon Hicks, C. D. Sikes Front: Bobby Waliack, Donald Whitaker, Don Henderson, Raymond Burt, Dean Yeager not shown. The Senior Team had a good year all-around. They won 19 games and lost three. They won the county tournament and placed three out of a possible five men on the All-County team. At one time they had a record of sixteen straight wins. At the district tournament they ran into a little hard luck and lost their last two games. But, they won the sportsmanship trophy which was quite an honor. They also placed one man on the all-district team as a Co-Captain of this team. All in all, it was one of the best seasons that a Eunice basketball team has ever had.JR. BASKETBALL TEAM Top Row. Left to Right: Robert Newberry, Jimmy Mcllroy, Mike Daugherty, Sammy Kaker, Pete Bergm, Paul Gregory. Bottom Row, Left to Right: Coach Brown, Derril Hall, Robert Johnston, George Young, Bill Wooten, Wayne Stephens.Left to right: Pat Gladden, lane Rowland. Jene Pevehouse, Louise Whitaker, Mary Pope, Margaret Zorns, Pat Robertson, Joan Sanders, June Jocoy, and Evelyn MittagJUNIOR VOLLEYBALL TEAM Left to right: Joyce Waldon. Frances McAfee, Mary Lou Mayberry, Delene Falkner, Pat Alderson, Latricia Baysinger, Sue Robinson, Bonnie Sue Mayberry, Linda Johnston, Bobby Cryer, Dona Keeling INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL CHAMPS NINTH GRADE Front Row: Geraldine Earheart, Joyce Waldon, Bobby Cryer Second Row: Linda Johnston. Mozell Driver, Delene Falkner Third Row Bobby Stofel, Alice Smith SENIOR BAND Left to Right (bottom row first): Nolene Kendrick, Betty McCarrel, Darrell Hall, Vila Jean Tucker. Beverly Speckles, Max Irwin, Janet Speckles, Margaret Zorns, Lois Baggett, Jean Pevehouse, Mike Daugherty, Geraldine Earhart, Tootsie Bowden, Sue Price, Murldeen Boyd, Sue Robinson, Dona Keeling, and Betty Ann Standefer. Second Row: Alice Smith, Billie Gladden, Janice Alexander, George Young, Nancy Kendrick, Rufus Walker, Lloyd Wright, James Hardison, Tom Burt, Terry Cherryholmes, Mary Gail Wildman, Tommy Boaz, Winnie Sims, Mahinajoy McDougal, Billy Mayo, Leroy Hinman, Donald Gladden, Raymond Burt. Top Row: Kerry Daugherty, Jimmy Snell, Pat Wilkins. Dona Morrison, Patsy Daniels, Robert Hinman, Sammy Kaker, Bobby Wallach, Jimmy Lewis, Richard Flippin, Stewart Holmes, Donald Clements, Billy Wooten, Glen Elliott, Winona Hodel, Tommy Pope, Evelyn Mittag.JUNIOR BAND First Row—Edward Newton. Verne Campbel, Don Adams. Barbara Langly, Linda Lowe. Mary Hardison, Doris Coliman. Lynne McDonald. Jerry Morris, Jane Stanley, Virginia Speckels, Tommy Hiser, Charlsie Bearden, Charlotta Hendrickson, Loren Tate, Richard Irwin. Second Row—Patsy Buck, Claire Conway, Lou Neil Gladden, Bobby Tucker. Anjie Lou White, Glenda McGeath, Gary Roberts, Iris Ann Akin, Cherrie Boaz, Roy Whittington, Freddie Mitchel, Winifred Baggett, Billie Barns, Albert WoodelV. Third Row—Clista Laury, Buddy Carter. Buddy Harper. Charles Smith, Jack Morris, Jo Pope, Donald Teer, Carl Morrow, Dale Marshal, Ray Wallach. Fourth Row—Sandra Nicholos, Jackie Don Caffey, Kathleen Orr, Lora Teer, Glenn Barbar, Leonard Hopper.SENIOR MR. L. B. HARDEN MRS. HARDEN Sponsor AccompanistCARDINAL ANNUAL STAFF Left to right: First row: John Robinson, Palmer Sanderson, C. D. Sikes Second row: Lois Baggett, Jim Scoggins, Miss Smith, Mr. Caton Third row: Jimmy York, Evelyn Mittag. Joyce Carter Editor C. D. Sikes Art Editor Joyce Carter Business Manager Palmer Sanderson Photograph Editors Lois Baggett, John Robinson Girls Sports Boys Sports Jim Scoggins Copy Editor Jimmy York Sponsors Miss Smith and Mr. CatonJOURNALISM CLUB Left Desk: Editor — Winnie Sims Asst. Editor — Jean Pevehouse Right Desk: Business Mgr. — Elaine White Asst. Bus. Mgr. — Tom Burt From left to right: Mary Bramlett, Gloria Woolsey, Dana Burnett, Dona Keeling, Betty Standefer, Max Irwin. Tootsie Bowden. Gary Noss, Bill Jeter, Felipe Scoggins, C. D Buster" Sikes, Margaret Zorns. Don Henderson, Martha Caudle, Alice Smith, Mo Mittagg, Joan Sanders, Lois Baggett. THE WELL NOTED STAPLER S CLUBJR. HIGH COUNTY CHAMPIONS Left to Right, Back row: Coach Carney, Leroy Hinman, Benny Daniels, and Don Smith Center row: Jimmy Gardner, Ronald Clemmets, J. Holder, Dicky Robertson, and James Hardison Bottom row: Ronald Kemp, Harold Flowers, Lawrence Kennedy, Norvin Price, Bill Stephens, and Ronald Flowers These little Cardinals had a very successful season. They had a record the equal of the Senior's team. It was climaxed by the team's winning the Junior High County Tournament in Hobbs in three straight games. Among some of the outstanding teams they beat were Carlsbad, Hobbs, Tatum, Jal, and Monument. By watching these boy's games, an experienced eye would predict a brilliant future for basketball teams of Eunice High School.THE EUNICE PEP SQUAD President LOUISE WHITAKER Sec. Treas JANE ROWLAND Vice Pres PAT GLADDEN Reporter PAT ALDERSON PRE-GAME RALLYJUNIOR PLAY Kay Cl It Ada Clark Mr. David Ellis Mrs Anna Ellis Cora Ridgeley Hellen Woods THREE BUND DATES Junior Play CHARACTERS In order ol thsir appearance Joan Sanders Martha Caudle Donald Gladden Pat Gladdsn Pat Robertson {•an Pevehouse Ianst Smith Teesie Adams George Ellis Noil Olson Promoter-Alternate loan Walker Maun Vines Tom Burt Robert Gregg Norma Jo Thorn SYNOPSIS The story takes place in the den o! the Ellis home The lime is early summer Act 1—Late Thursday afternoon Act II—Scene 1—Afternoon, two days later Scene 2—Evening, two days later Act III—Scene I—Afternoon, three days later Scene 2—The following evening 7 o clack Produced by special orrangement with Row Peterson Company ol Evanston. and New York Louise Whitaker Mrs M Daugherty Senior Speech Class Doyle Gibson Robert Htnman Mr E. R Howard. Director Make-up Stage Manager Assistant Manager  SENIOR PLAY WHO WOULDN'T BE CRAZY Jimmy York . Donald Whitaker Carolyn Hunt Billy Calvert Winnie Sims C. D. Sikes Betty Ann Standefer John Robinson Jim Scoggins Joyce Carter Raymond Burt Evelyn Mittag Lois Baggett Palmer Sanderson Anita Risinger Dana Burnett Mr. Marshall Speedy Marshall Lois Meredith Edward Gordon Evelyn Winslow Pluribus Pendie Inmate No. 1 Hardboiled McCafferty Inmate No. 2 Mr. Higgins Janet Marjorie Reggie Mortimer Beatrice Miss LavelleClass History Gloria Woolsey—Came to Eunice in 1937 from Pecos, Texas. Margaret Zorns—Came to Eunice in 1942 from Odessa, Texas. Evelyn Mittag—Came to Eunice in 1941 from Ranger, Texas. Anita Risinger—Came to Eunice in 1948 from Shidler, Oklahoma. Fred Boyd and Winnie Sims are the only two old-timers of our Senior Class. They were born and reared in Eunice. Raymond Burt—Came to Eunice in 1936 from Kilgore, Texas. Jerry Cherryholmes—Came to Eunice in 1948 from Wink, Texas. Donald Creecy—Came to Eunice in 1936 from Breckenridge, Texas. Bill Cryer—Came to Eunice in 1947 from Meadow, Texas Bill Davis—Came to Eunice in 1937 from Williford, Arkansas. Don Henderson—Came to Eunice in 1937 from Wink, Texas. Bill Jeter—Came to Eunice in 1935 from Bridgeport, Texas. Jim Scoggins—Came to Eunice in 1939 from Andrews, Texas. Betty Jo Rea—Came to Eunice in 1945 from Lubbock, Texas. Janelle Sims—Came to Eunice in 1946 from Meadow, Texas. Betty Ann Standefer—Came to Eunice in 1937 from Slick, Okla. Joyce Carter—Came to Eunice in 1948 from Bowie, Texas. Myrtle Eaves—Came to Eunice in 1944 from Gorman, Texas. Lois Baggett—Came to Eunice in 1942 from Crane, Texas. Carolyn Hunt—Came to Eunice in 1947 from Denver City, Texas. Elaine White—Came to Eunice in 1941 from Vera, Texas. Jean Fuller—Came to Eunice in 1948 from Lubbock, Texas. June Jocoy—Came to Eunice in 1947 from Odessa, Texas. Dana Burnett—Came to Eunice in 1946 from Lamar, Missouri. Jim Lewis—Came to Eunice in 1947 from Neosho, Missouri. John Robinson—Came to Eunice in 1944 from Hamlin, Texas. Palmer Sanderson—Came to Eunice in 1947 from Hobbs, N. Mex. Slick Schoolcraft—Came to Eunice in 1944 from Graham, Texas-C. D. Sikes—Came to Eunice in 1943 from Crane, Texas. Gil Shivers—Came to Eunice in 1944 from Hamlin, Texas. J. W. Stringer—Came to Eunice in 1947 from Stpnewall, Okla. Bob Swartz—Came to Eunice in 1936 from Attwood, Kansas. Donald Whitaker—Came to Eunice in 1936 from Brown wood, Texas. Jim York—Came to Eunice in 1937 from St. Louis, Oklahoma. Bill Calvert—Came to Eunice in 1948 from Odessa, Texas.CLASS PROPHECY TEN YEARS HENCE Margaret Zorns is a diva for Metropolitan. Dana Burnett is a model of fashionable dresses for ladies in Peru. Winnie Sims is now successful as a comedian in the Abbott-Costello show June Jocoy is a manicurist in a barbershop Carolyn Hunt is living in Madison, Wisconsin with three children and one happy husband. Evelyn Mittag is an air-line hostess with her head still in the clouds Jimmy Lewis is now piloting automobiles in Missouri. Raymond Burt is a business executive with a small band on the side. Gilbert Shivers is still straining his eyes but this time at college, (at girls7 or books7). Betty Jo Rea is the mother of 10 children all named Jo and Joe. Billy Jeter is a floorwalker and bouncer in a ladies dress shop C. D. Sikes is now vice president of the Sinclair Oil Co. after a brief period studying engineering at college. Joyce Carter is now living in Texas, married, five children (her Basketball team). Billy Cryer is a midnight gold hunter in a jewelry store. Fred Boyd is now a forest ranger in the Antarctic. Odis Schoolcraft, after knowledge received from Miss Smith's typing classes of '48-'49, has now obtained his only desire, being a typing teacher. Jim Scoggins is now doing well as a Construction engineer in South America. Donald Creecy is buying suits with two pair of dice. Lois Baggett is a business woman behind a big desk, (still an old maid). Myrtle Eaves is making silk hosiery with Nylon. J. W. Stringer, after taking Charles Atlas' Course is now a professional heavyweight boxer. Billy Davis, our senior of knowledge, can now be found celebrating for what he has done in the past year. Bob Swartz is spending his wife's millions, (which wife?). Janelle Sims is still riding in a maroon truck, (we couldn't guess with whom)? Anita Risinger is now a female detective in Tokyo. Betty Jean Fuller is the librarian at Notre Dame. Don Henderson is manager of the Henderson Station at Eunice. Gloria Woolsey is a private secretary for Donald Whitaker's Breakfast Club. Donald Whitaker is master of ceremonies for Don McNeil's Breakfast Club. Betty Ann Standefer is still a happy-go-lucky-lady at the city of Eunice. Palmer Sanderson, believe it or not, is still single and interested in his lessons. Jimmy York is now newspaper editor for the New York Times. Jerry Cherryhomes is chief cook and bottle-washer at the Silver Slipper. Billy Calvert has become another Clark Gable for Hollywood. Elaine White is still trying to follow her husband in his career, and is still trying to get her degree in Geology. John Robinson is First Comet in Spike Jones' band. INGTON FIRST IE SINCE 1939 Eunice Defeats Ruidoso 37 to 0 • Eunice Cardinal defeated -o mgton Wildcat last Fti-itfh' i the Ixivtnfton field e find time since ID? The ridu ran over :he WMkau is. re of 25 t° o m that yea 30 I hi year .. scttt vt 7 m Cardin.iU pUyea their ieli me of th« season. E»m-tfd not five the Lovim any rrat from the batte se and offense they ware oduce ■ score would have been than the final result but K penalised away fiom rl] •.coring thaat it made in ysM Another Cardinal were theeree defeated t large group of loyal sup| last from Eunice mho seem ice .mter the Lovincton fans Pr rue although the game wn wi v o . melon home field first two touchdowns of m wiee '•cored in the db. er by Jim Sconcing and Jf ■I EUNICE WINS OVER MONUMENT TEAM BY SCORE OF 45-6 Beforr a small chi lire' croxi Cardinal student and tans Eunice foorfcall team romped The Eunice Cardtaala. , by a liard tharitiui line sparked by the runaiug »-Scoggin and the ball bfc . . of Bobby Wallach LlinirO AftPCO Ruidoso Warriera with a LUIIIvl Hi IwJlu of 37 to 0 Iasi Friday m§ Lh local field Th first t mkOambi ait 1 of the Coronation Ceremonie Feature End of Footb In Scorless Tie The third touchdown of , The Eunice V te ta Build • a stands s ith a scorn a me was pla f »;acllv crowd •i the Bu! of New Mexico s un- - rter lou £M1 out of the race Ma ?akln w • he Eun- Eunice Blanks Jal In Game Here aU aud the each ether riday night The I field Jim Scoggins played hta usual ground same but the biggest thrill of the evening was C O. Sikes. Eunice guard. moved to the back-field for the game, carrying the ball through and around the Monument team for long runs and two touchdowns Subttiutc end Billy Oalvert demonstrated his pass catching abU--- a v -1- i" tthrow- » The Cardinal fo'itoll f be a scene of tropical spier day night as the conmaU mony is staged The scintillaung throne ed by a gorgeous Rod bird trees under which prince the game quarter The came - hen Bobby Wa first came when Jim Scoggins. Eun-d to Kenyon Hicks for halfback, went over from yie fain of 30 yards ing ton's one lone tally • field march of 53 yards led by pass in the closing minut Bobby Wallach. Odis Schookraf and Scoggins. 8cotr?n. took tht lull over later In the quarter Iron. : he 2. This climaxed a Eunice drtv of po 'ards and two touchdown called back due to penalties. Tha Lf - Wallach and ? cogfin Although Jal did not score rave the Eunice team sere Salles: e Lovir Yard rushing 56 Passing Passes incomplete First Downs 126 Penalties 5 f Total yards ardinals Play Deal brought the ball back id ) before kicking to the Eun From there the Eunice team a drive toward their fu t of the fame Showing sur-to the New Deal team, they d down to the 14. Wallach leraft and Scoggins carrying -all with good blocking by C. D. Sikes. Clayton Wootex. he entire line From the 14 i, In all was handed off to Scoggins art 'ought all the way to the goal br for the tally The half turn was was Eunice 6 New Deal 7. ilce kicked to New Deal in the ing of the second half. The were able to try one play be setng forced to kick out deep letr own territory. From thf Monument Indians PI 2$ Euniee Team Here Tod Before the third quarterervJeo Scoggui-. ran the ball over again hi line from 'he 32 yard Urn? The extra |»oiptiAjlOt good As the 1 §an : •: MonuifJJr : dewtimatiwn Funic pra Cromwell : he ball to where Fret f r the good. Cardinals snapped back two more touchdowns on t from Wallach to Baa the other from Wallach art. The final seorr s jo Monument 6 Tonite Successful Grid Season Closed By Cardinals The Eunice Cardinal will go to Loving ton tonight to meet the Lov-ington high school WUd att. Thu 'promLse to be another ofte of the The Eunice Cardinal a ll the Monument Indian.- In the nnd clash uf the .season her Cardinal field Friday night The Cardinals have built wuh tlie winning of th« •. mg game , they will ha - one tie. Below is listed the starttn Ice ami Monument teams STARTING LIMIT Nan Pos Dalton Tankerslev C Clayton Wooten aid Creecy art Shivers jy Hunter Calvert Bailiff . Schoolcraft Bongytn Wooten . Sikes wi 16 G G T T E E QB HB FB SQI Af) MEMBERS thrilling games the Cardinals have first nuarter Naw Mirillad ■ JTU The Eunice Cardinal homecoming crowd of people by defeating the New Deal. Tex Lions by a score of 19 to 7 last Friday night The game played this yea; Although the Lov-inston record for the year la not too Impress! e. the Wildcats will be hard to handle for they- are due a win this year. The Loving ton club is weak de-™ fcnxivrly as matched to the power line of Eunice. Opposing teams have readily pilled up big score against Loving ton. This on . cto, ecu nwht .bout tame „crfMoo M ideal for a football game. A1 trt Hinman Scoggtn for. Hick.-n Wallach Lee Woodel! ly Daniels Weaver oy Knot Po.» HT QB HB RE RO QB ije: RG M 13 Deal 47 Eunice began a new Th rurf «m New Devi with Scoggins. Wallach and 0. -leraft carrying the ball down The Cardinals took the New Deal l yard line From tHe kickoff and starttxi Wallach took the ball over on march, but a fumble cost larterback sneafc. Thr extra ball and New Deal took the arms not good and the score down to the Eunice 20 Eunice 12. New Ural 7. The team in a bad spot Sch Deal team started a drive of demonstrated his ability a own paced by their veatbeck tu iter and sen the ball 6 Borgtn ... . . | Lovlngton can also do some acor- wrd ®°vd thouih xi-ml o thr to. rturtUrr ol lta uwn wh l u.vm»toi. » Sttphrns v - X f i » had to rely on fires built drfwiUvriv it .n k« ».« —--- r .r-lhI oUrtMV' WiKtcuc mc.id0" U1 the final exciting minutes of the txmht of al teaat tWo bMk ,me k Lcr Picked game that made Eunice Eunice history football men ,n the backfleld and the oil sweep picked up 4 more, enough for first and the end aone ill on their was 19 15 2 hard chary] harry. Ha ftlng dowT-bnt Up- r iBj core at the™ er was EUr « fourth quart the thrill of i ier of the i and rat up the ball for a and Burke 7 more before vm for a nAce ealn bui , i enaUy could pull him lhr fl Henry, back to th New Dea'. '9 ?! r xtry brought the tall bs-lt t » their iO«l kefort kicking to th«- Eunice o FTMn the 36 Eunice . rted to tFith power pla and ..Ural Deal X Vsliach to Sergwm.i and James a Kan • 7%b on down »o the New Deal Em. e aftop Where the quarter er d Jim ‘lNe 2' I V )ro,“ s 10 ytnj faln fot their wb. oiv one pla m thu !rlve. Rmire took the ball on their On s fourth do :, iay Eunice » after a New Deal femhie pulled a fak placeuunl k:ck and re Eunice took over not to lose 5rocrln3 took the bai: to the Kw 11 until they had scored again .p 5 This vu stoo-t of first W,uv one tk nd lwo . Bennie BaHv t it was Sccwim on a power took qa« w‘ . Hlcta. en l picking up 17 Then Scoggins 3 vers iackrd to the 50 From Hinman and i for 2 o n the same power l e Lnr wallach «.omc .rd with Cal h ’ , ‘ r‘ '• reJan in . tackles • . i the field. Eunice ed a very MAY 1949 l t 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 10 17 IS 10 20 21 22 23 4 25 26 27 20 29 30 1 APR. 1949 SATURDAY FRIDAY APRIL S M TW T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 0 10 II 12 IS 14 IS IS 17 IS IS 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 VmTvTTTT I 2 I 4 I « » i • m ii n U M IS M 17 u » »2122 a u a « :aa»u 23 ' « I . T I N MO APR. 1949 aJb C A.-L Jra U 11)411! ■ i m u a u i mmsua anil THURSDAY APR. 194 : FRIDAY MAY S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 1 7 I 9 10 II 12 U 14 IS 10 17 IS IS 20 21 22 23 24 2S 2« 27 2S 29 JO 31 yfXa ckj OyiUjL y jf ’ ClxJL 'T'rujJb MAY 1949 SA rURDAY APRIL ' M T w I I S I 2 3 4 S « 7 0 0 ■ S II 12 II 14 IS IS 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 74 28 20 27 21 29 30 15 MARCH ■f SMTVT f • 7 APR IQ40 lists 1 7 4 • N II D UHUMniin ailStfMBN H t U ; ; , IS 14 IJ I soar MAY S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 10 || 12 13 14 15 IS 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 27 28 29 30 31 flljl AX- apr. 1949 THURSDAY syKuA may 1949 SUNDAY APRIL s m r » i i s I 2 3 4 S « 7 S 9 10 II 12 I] 14 IS IS 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 27 21 29 30 28 APR. 1949 SATURDAY FRIDAY M T W T F S 2 3 4 5 1 7 9 10 II 12 13 14 5 IS 17 IS IS 20 21 2 23 24 23 20 27 28 30 31 13 MAY S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 26 30 31 15 Pe CLr+-u _APRIL______ 3 4 5 0 7 1 9 10 II 12 13 14 IS 10 17 IS IS 20 21 22 23 24 28 20 27 21 29 30 3C APR. 194 M Y 1949 X cktAjLCJb 5 FRIDAY MONDAY MAY S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 10 II 12 13 14 15 IS 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY APRIL S M T W T F S_ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ft 80 2£ ■ —- "■ m n -6-c m ’ I MAY 1949 MASni - M t » i r 5 1 2 I « S 6 7 6 9 M 11 12 U H IS M 17 U I anaastaa naam 22 MAY M r I 2 I 4 I • 7 » M II U U U IS m17 a a 9 a oauaana TUESDAY APRIL S M_1 T V s' 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 THURSDAY APR. 1949 9 APR. 194 44LJTU S x s j APR. 1949 APRIL S M T W T I 3 4 S 0 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 IS 19 17 IS 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 10 29 30 ______MAY S M T W T F » I 2 3 4 S 0 7 9 10 || 12 IJ |4 IS IS 17 19 19 20 21 » 23 24 2S 20 22 20 29 30 31 MAY 1949 i tiiauA MARCH m SFTTT 7 I « 4 7 I 4 14 II II 1 14 II M 17 II II NimnHaN nw » m n V, MAY S M T W T 7T I I I 4 14 7 I 4 14 II II II 14 II 14 17 14 It 10 II 71 f« 14 a N 17 M APR. 1949 O-tU lrtiuLU - THURSDAY 1 4 S 4 7 I I Mil a DU IS 14 17 U ft M 21 22 B 19 Vm t w"tT ill I47IIR u is u is m r i» »aa u'j Sanaa ] MAY 1949 l»naa»('lass II ill and Testament We, the Senior Class of 1948-49, 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: To Mr. Conway, Mr. Caton, and the faculty, we will our sincere appreciation and admiration for their help and advice and a task well done. To the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes of '50, we will our "standing position” as the "leaders" of Eunice High School. To the oncoming Freshmen we will our seats to be filled with beaming faces to take the place of ours. C. D. Sikes wills all his love for the girls of EHS to Cecil Sinclair. Bob Swartz leaves his ability with the fiddle to anybody who wants it. Billy Calvert leaves to anybody that wants it anything they want. Slick Schoolcraft leaves to LeRoy Hinman his ability to play fullback. Palmer Sanderson leaves his ability as a benchwarmer to LaRcy Knott. J. W. Stringer wills to Mrs. Scarborough all he knows about Shakespeare Don Henderson wills his dribbling ability to Dean Yeager. Fred Boyd wills his ability to get along with teachers to Edwin Johnston. Donald Whitaker leaves to Pete Bergin his way to get along with Mr. Carney. Jim Scoggins wills to all the boys of EHS his way with the girls. Jimmy Lewis leaves to all future cometists his pair of not lips. Jerry Cherryhomes wills his loafing ability to Gilbert Snow. Raymond Burt wills his musical ability to Buddy Daniels. Bill Jeter leaves to Mr. Conway his horseshoe pitching ability. Margaret Zorns wills her ability to work Geometry to Jane Rowland. Myrtle Eaves wills her loud, boisterous manners to Mary Pope. Janelle Sims wills her ability to get book reports to Clayton Wooten. June Jocoy wills her ability not to lose her voice to Louise Whitaker. Carolyn Hunt wills her height to Idaclay Bunch. Anita Risinger wills her ability to drive a car to Dean Yeager. Dana Burnett wills her Latin-American correspondence to Jean Walker. Elaine White wills her height to LaRoy Knott. Billy Cryer wills his ability to get alone with Mrs. Scarborough to L. P. Faulkner. Donald Creecy wills his ability to handle a Ford to George Young. Gilbert Shivers leaves to Billy Wooten his temper while working on Chrysler Products. Bill Davis wills his ability to make A’s in Scarborough's class to Paul Gregory. Betty Rea wills her ability to get alone with Miss Smith to Jean Pevehouse, and her beloved back seat in English to Joe Baggett. Gloria Woolsey leaves her way with teachers to Dalton Tankersley and her ability to say "tongue twisters" to speech students next year. Jimmy York wills to Jr. High boys his ability to pass in all subjects so that they will stay eligible for athletics the whole year. Evelyn Mittag wills her dainty feet to Almeda Paschal and her love for EHS to Vance Winn. John Robinson leaves to Jack Johnson two inches of his height which John Needs, but Jack needs worse. Betty Standefer wills her ability to play a clarinet to Mike Daugherty, and her beloved seat in Spanish to Tom Burt. Lois Baggett wills her love of men to Martha Caudle and her calm, orderly manner to Sue Robinson. Winnie Sims wills her chair in band to Babe Wright and her wreckless driving to Mr. Bartholomew. Joyce Carter wills her ability to get 58 words a minute in typing to Leonard Boyd, and her height to anyone silly enough to want it.Y es! Cardina Is ! i i i Welcome To The PALACE CAFE j "24 HOUR SERVICE" Short Orders Steaks Mexican Foods Banquets Dinners Eunice, New MexicoCOMPLIMENTS o i SCOTT’S GROCERY STORE EUNICE _ — — NEW MEXICO i bite's Auto Store Pender's Dry Goods Auto Parts and FURNISHINGS Appliances For the Entire Family j EUNICE — — NEW MEXICO EUNICE — — NEW MEXICO 1 Eunice Barber Shop G. E. WACKER HICKS MARTIN 5c to $5.00 MERCHANDISE PECK WHITTEN Reply to EUNICE — — NEW MEXICO EUNICE — — NEW MEXICO i CURRY SERVICE STATION Courteous Service At All Times AUTOMOBILE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES PHONE 12 EUNICE — — — NEW MEXICO+ I I i i I I EUNICE LOCKER PLANT Frozen Foods, Fresh Meal, Food Loekers EUNICE — — — NEW MEXICO - + ! HOBBS GLASS and MIRROR CO. 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CALVIN STARK, Manager HOBBS, NEW MEXICO PHONE 460 BOX 1298 Distributor of GULF PRODUCTS COMPLIMENTS Alexander’s Groeerv and Market J EUNICE — — — NEW MEXICO COMPLIMENTS of New Mexico Electric Service Corporation i Telephone 29 Eunice, New Mexico COMPLIMENTS of THOMPSON OPTICAL CO. WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES 111 N. Dalmont Phone 721-W HOBBS. NEW MEXICO + I l I I I i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i ■i i i ! i i ! IFAUGH H. BOWDEN INSURANCE FIRE — AUTOMOBILE WIND — HAIL Insure Today—Be Sure Tomorrow Phone 3 Eunice, New Mexico I I Eunice Service Garage COURTEOUS SERVICE PARTS — ACCESSORIES EUNICE — — NEW MEXICO ‘ I I I -----------------------------------.1 Congratulations to Graduates! LEA COUNTY STATE BANK i LEA COUNTY STATEW BANK HT EUNICE —■ "Friendly Banking Service" EUNICE HOBBS LOVINGTON Neal’s Radio Shop B J Clothiers ! Radio and Refrigeration "Fine Apparel for Men" Headquarters Bendix Radios PHONE 922 Phone 367 Hobbs New Mexico 308 W. Broadway Hobbs. N.M. . CARDINAL DRUG STORE Another year and another good season for the Cardinals. Let's have an even better season next year. — EUNICE - . NEW MEXICO Compliments Congratulations, Cardinals! Fair’s Jewelry Store Hobbs 113 West Broadway Boot Shoe Store HOBBS NEW MEXICO HOBBS NEW MEXICO M L DRUG YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST "Always Friendly and Courteous" EUNICE NEW MEXICOTERRELL MOTOR CO. PHONE 82 EUNICE NEW MEXICO The Army Store j PHONE 72 Hardware — Furniture Plumbing — Paint Sporting Goods Hobbs, New Mexico HOBBS. NEW MEXICO Wilburs News Stand and Curios HOBBS, NEW MEXICO ACME LUMBER CO. EUNICE PHONE 6 NEW MEXICO 1 ACME LUMBER C0.1 Quality and sfavicc ' - HARDWARE "When you think of Building, think of Acme" We're keyed to your lumber needs Everything in Building — which means “No job too large and no job too small"Weaver’s Cafeteria WE LIKE HUNGRY CHILDREN EUNICE NEW MEXICO r--------------------------- Phone 44 Backing the Cardinals Wayne Key, Owner EUNICE AUTO SUPPUY COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE Power Washing Wrecker Service Power Greasing PARTS — SPRINGS — ACCESSORIES Yea, Cardinals HORRY’S CAFE STEAKS LUNCHES Anything to Eat j EUNICE NEW MEXICO Eunice Steam Laundry We Do Wet and Dry Wash Pick up and Delivery FREE EUNICE NEW MEXICO -I I I I I j i I t j I I I I I S I •I Compliments of W hitey’s Service Station OIL CENTER, NEW MEXICOKeep Your Eyes on Our Service ED. W. CANNEDY OIL WELL SERVICING Office Phone 5 EUNICE New Mexico Compliments of Whitead Grocery Oil Center New Mexico Oil Center Cafe Home Cooked Food Good luck. Cardinals COMPLIMENTS o f THE WESTERN CO. Engineered Aeidizing EUNICE _ _ _ NEW MEXICOPAYDAY STORES Save Everyday and Pay Payday EUNICE — — NEW MEXICO E. H. Service Station Gulf Products Expert Washing Greasing P. O. Box 44 EUNICE — — NEW MEXICO EUNICE PIG STAND 24 Hour Service GOOD COFFEE HOME MADE PIES EUNICE. NEW MEXICO For Busy Housewives PHONE 138 SHOP AT Standefer’s Grocery Market EUNICE, NEW MEXICOCHRISTENSON STEAM SERVICE OIL HEATING PHONE 114 FLOW LINE STEAMING BOX 459 EUNICE — — — NEW MEXICO Congratulations9 Seniors! FOR GOOD ENTERTAINMENT Go To The LEA THEATRE EUNICE — — — NEW MEXICO LONE STAR WELDERS Fully Insured In Texas and New Mexico D. D. (Smithly) SMITH I i PHONE 121 EUNICE, NEW MEXICO BOX B68J. C. GAUVEY OIL FIELD TRUCKING AND EXCAVATING ANYWHERE S ANYTIME Our Motto: "Not How Cheap . . . But How Good" Phone 108 Eunice New Mexico Western Art Studio and Camera Shop 111 W. Broadway St. HOBBS — — NEW MEXICO It Pays to Trade at Davis Offiee Supply HOBBS — — NEW MEXICO Compliments of THOMPSON HARDWARE HOBBS NEW MEXICOL. R. GALBREATH. Mgr. Telephone 60 L. R. GALBREATH CO. Trucking Contractor YOU CALL - WE HAUL BOX 620 EUNICE. NEW MEXICO HER Construction Co., Inc. Bulldozers — Air Compressors Shovels — Draglines Phone 694 HOBBS — — NEW MEXICO The Place to Go for Brands “You Know” BAILEY'S The Men's Store HOBBS — NEW MEXICO COMPLIMENTS OF EUNICE CLEANERS If It Can Be CLEANED We Can Do It! W. M. WALKER Trucking Contractors PHONE 102 HOBBS — — — NEW MEXICO EUNICE GAS COMPANY Phone 21 24 HOUR SERVICE C. D. SCOTT. Mgr. Good Eats Bakery Hobbs News Stand . . . Home of . . . CANDY — CIGARETTES “Golden Krust Bread' CIGARS 1 HOBBS — — NEW MEXICO HOBBS — — NEW MEXICO COMPLIMENTS OF R. . ater W ell Drilling Company t Owners: PAUL WALLACH GRADY ROBERTS EUNICE — — — NEW MEXICO Good luck. Cardinals Compliments of of Buck Lumber Co. EUNICE — — NEW MEXICO Phone 511 or 811 Bob Daniels, Inc. Boh Bill Jack BOB—BILL—JACK Insurance - Bonds HOBBS — — NEW MEXICO To Be Sure . . . Insure! -- --------------------------- Make Your Car RUN SMOOTHER USE COSMEX GASOLINE HOBBS — — NEW MEXICO Hobbs Sportsman Complete Line of Sporting Goods HUNTING FISHING SUPPLIES 115 North Shipp Phone 739R Hobbs, New MexicoGE - «•« • TRUCK LDPIUGE MQTQH CO. ALDRIDGE MOTOR COMPANY SALES - SERVICE 521 West Broadway DODGE TRUCKS PLYMOUTH CARS HOBBS, NEW MEXICO BADGER BIT SPECIALTY CO. Manufacturers of all Welding Tanks Oil Field Welding Phone 146 HOBBS, NEW MEXICO 24-Hour Service Night Phone 307T........... M. O. Johnston Oil Field Service Corp. Drill Stem Testing 229 South Grimes Phone 781 HOBBS, NEW MEXICO WASTON TRUCK SUPPLY n International Products Farmall Farming Equipment Parts — Sales — Service HOBBS — — — NEW MEXICO GRIFFITHS INCORPORATED For Fine Lines of Appliance Servel Gas Refrigerators — Maytag Products — Roper Ranges RCA and Stromberg Radios 717 S. Turner Hobbs, New Mexico SALES — SERVICE — INSTALLATIONSERVING WEST TEXAS FOR A THIRD OF A CENTURY T. L. MILLER JEWELERS 217 W. Broadway HOBBS NEW MEXICO YOUNGER BROS. CONSTRUCTION CO. BULLDOZING DITCH DIGGING Any Type of Construction TRUCKING ♦ EUNICE — — — NEW MEXICO Neithercutt REEL THEATRE Ready To Wear Big Midnight Show The Store lor Lovely Ladies Every Saturday Night at 11:30 P.M. HOBBS NEW MEXICO Phone 309 Hobbs. New MexicoCOMPLIMENTS of E. M. HOWLAND Tank Truck Service Phone 106 EUNICE NEW MEXICO WE APPRECIATE OUR ADVERTISERS IF YOU WANT TO BUY—SEE THE CARDINAL ANNUAL STAFF HOTEL EUNICE Extends to the Faculty and Stu- j dent Body of Eunice High School J their best wishes and congratula- i tions for their most successful j school year of 1948-49. ROOMS Cheap Rates PHONE 20 School Photography Industrial Photography Portraits Photographic Supplies OLIVER WILDMAN Eunice, New Mexico •+PUfft Ikj (MwtA r1


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