Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 120
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1951 volume:
With deep and sincere appreciation for one whose vision and faith In the potentialities of our community have made it possible for us to enjoy the many privileges of our modern school plant and to know and love teachers who have given every proof of their personal interest in our present and future welfare, we, the Seniors of 1951, dedicate this edition of The Cardinal to our superintendent and friend, Mr. C. H. Conway.F. F. HARDISON. President
G. C. McADAMS, Secretary
C. H. CONWAY. Superintendent
D. WAYNE KEY. Member
THANKS TO OUR SCHOOL BOARD
The three school board members pictured above with the superintendent are inspecting materials that will go into the newest addition to the Eunice School Plant. These men and others who preceded them on tne board have given freely of their time and energy to provide the best in educational opportunities for the youth of our community. Since they serve without pay other than the satisfaction that comes as a result of service well rendered it is fitting that we express here our sincere appreciation for the fine job they have been doing. We do appreciate what they have done and again we say, thanks.Congratulations r
To the 19 1 seniors and the undergraduates who will in future years be the seniors at Eunice High School. It has been through the thoughtfulness, cooperation and congenial smiles of students, parents and teachers that the Eunice Schools have earned the reputation of being a good place to attend school.
May this yearbook ever remind you that the flight of life can be made just as oleasant by the same tactics and the wearing of that congenial smile.
The joy of working with conscientious teachers and interested parents helDing and encouraging ambitious boys and girls to make the fullest use of their talents is the greatest reward that can come to a Drincipal. Because of the wonderful co-operation of parents, students, and teachers of Eunice, I am happy in my work.
Msttie Jordan Principal
tfJ dbO. L. DAVIS History and Government
MRS. DALE CONVERSE Math
L. W. BYOUS Science
J. D. BROWN Athletic Coach and Shop
MRS. IVA SCARBOROUGH English
LEO SHIPLEY Athletic Coach and MathMRS. LOIS DAUGHERTY Reading
CHARLES LANGFORD Math and Tennis
MRS. C. H. CONWAY History
MRS. LENORE SNELL Home Economics
MRS. ETHA PREUITT MRS. MARYS. AWWAD
Girls' Physical Ed. Spanish and Art
MathO. C. SPEARS Sixth Grade
MRS. ALOIS LAZN1K Sixth Grade
JAMES H. DEARHOLT Sixth Grade
MRS. AGNES SHEPHERD Fifth Grade
MRS. W. P. HASSLER Fifth Grade
MISS GRACE RAY Fourth Grade
MRS. GWEN HOLLOWAY Fourth Grade
MRS. O. M. CEARLEY Fourth GradeMRS. WILLIE COFFMAN Third Grade
MISS LENA HUGHES Third Grade
MISS MILDRED BRITTON Third Grade
MRS. O. L. DAVIS Second Grade
MRS. STELLA BAILEY First Grade
MRS. J. W. CATON Pre-FirstMRS. ROBERT AKIN Pre-First
MRS. L. B. HARDEN Grade School Music
MISS PAT BOUCHETTE SecretaryFAVORITES
Secretary and Treasurer
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
-GLENN ELLIOTT --PAT ALDERSON DONNA HAMRICK
MRS. DAUGHERTY Sponsor
Sponsored by ALEXANDER’S FOOD STORE
MR. SHIPLEY SponsorPAT ALDERSON Basketball 3,4, Volleyball 1, 2,3,4, Chorus 1,2,3 Class Officer 4, Student Council 3, Junior and Senior Play, Cheer Leader 2,3
JANICE ALEXANDER Basketball 2,3, Chorus 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3,4, Class Officer
2.3, Student Council 4, Annual Staff 4, Junior and Senior Play, Class Favorite
2.3, Drum Major, Basketball Queen
Football 4, Basketball 1,2,3, Tennis 1,2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,-Student Council 4, Junior and Senior Play, Class Favorite 4, Dramatics Club 4
Football 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, Chorus 3, Student Council 4
Sponsored by EUNICE GULF SERVICEJERRY BURNETT
Chorus 1,2,3,4, Student Council 4, Junior Play, Spanish 3, 4
TERRY CHERRYHOMES Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1, Track 1,2,3,4, Baseball 3,
Band 1,2,3,4, Class Officer 1, Student Council 2,3,4, Annual Staff 4, Senior Play 4, Class Favorite 2, Dramatics Club
CHRISTINE COBB Chorus 1,2
BUDDY DANIEL Football 1,2,3,4, Baseball 2,
Chorus 2,3,4, Annual Staff 4, Madrigal Club
GLENN ELLIOTT Tennis 4, Chorus 1,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Class Officer 4, Annual Staff 4, Junior and Senior Play, Dramatics Club
Sponsored by LEA THEATREDOUGLAS EUBANKS Withdrew at mid-term to serve In the United States Air Force.
DARRELL HALL Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2,3, Tennis 4 Chorus 2, 3, Band 1.2. 3, 4
DONNA HAMRICK Basketball 1,3, Tennis 1,2,3,4, Class Officer 4, Student Council 3, Annual Staff 4, Senior Play,
Class Favorite 4 Valedictorian
JACK JOHNSON Baseball 4,
Tennis 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, Dramatics Club 4
DANIEL JOHNSTON Baseball 2, Tennis 3, Dramatics Club 4
ROBERT JOHNSTON Football 2,4, Basketball, 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Dramatics Club 4
Sponsored by CARDINAL DRUGINEZ JOURNAGAN Basketball 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 4, Tennis 3, Chorus 1,2, Student Council 4, Annual Staff 4,
Junior and Senior Play
Basketball 2,3, Volleyball 2,3, Chorus 1, 2,3,4, Band 1, 2,3,4 Class Officer 1,2,3, Student Council 2,4, Annual Staff 4, Junior and Senior Play, Madrigal Club 4 , Football Queen
BONNIE MAYBERRY Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Chorus 1,2,3
MARY MAYBERRY Basketball 3, Volleyball 1.2,3.4, Chorus 1,2,3
JIMMIE McILROY Football 1,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Class Officer 1, Student Council 2,3,4, Annual Staff 4 Junior and Senior Play, Madrigal Club 4, Dramatics Club 4
Annual Staff 4, Junior and Senior
Play, Dramatics Club 4
Sponsored by SCOTT'S GROCERY AND MARKETBUSTER PENDLETON Football 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Class Officer 2, Student Council 4, Class Favorite 2
TOMMIE POPE Basketball 3, Band 1,2,3,4
MARTHA RANDOLPH Basketball 2,3,4 Volleyball 4,
LACEY SCOGGINS Football 1,2,3,4 Track 2,3 Class Officer 1,3
EARLENE SHELTON Chorus 1,2, Junior Play
ROYCE SMITH Football 1, Track 1,2,3,4, Student Council 3, Annual Staff 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Dramatics Club 4
Sponsored by VOGUE FASHION SHOPWAYNE STEPHENS Football 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 1, Tennis 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Junior and Senior Play
BARBARA TAYLOR Basketball 2,3,4, Volleyball 2,3,4, Chorus 1,2,3, Student Council 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Junior Play, Cheer Leader 2,4, Spanish Club 2,3, Mad rigal Club 4, Dramatics Club 4
KENNETH WALDEN Football 3 Track 1,2,3,4
E. A. WOODELL Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1 Track 3
Dramatics Club 4
Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Class Officer 3,
Student Council 2,4, Senior Play, Dramatics Club 4
Football 3,4, Baseball, 3,4, Band 1,2,3, Class Favorite 3, Dramatics Club 4
Sponsored by NEW MEXICO ELECTRIC SERVICE HobbsJUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
--PAT WALKER — GARY NOSS
MRS. SNELL Sponsor
MRS. PREUIT Sponsor
Sponsored by WATSON TRUCK A SUPPLY HobbsBAYSINGER, LATRICA BARBER, IVA JEAN BOWDEN, POKE BRAMLETT, MARI ANN
BROWN, JERRY CAMPBELL, DELOYED CLEMENT, DONALD COOPER, DONALD
CRYER, BOBBIE DALE, BOB DAUGHERTY, MIKE EARHART, GERALDINE
EAVES, RUBY FALKNER, DELENE HODEL, WINONA JOHNSTON, LINDA
KENDRICK, NOELENE LEE, JANE LEE, JIMMY NICHOLAS, JULIA
Sponsored by JOE’S SHOE AND BOOT SHOPNOSS, GARY PENDLETON, PATSY PRICE, FLORA RISINGER, TOM
SHAFER, ROBERTA SHIELDS, BETTY ELLEN SHIELDS, PAT SIMS, FRANKLIN
SMITH, ALICE ST AN DEFER, CAROL STEPHENS, DOYLE THOMAS, IDA K.
TUCKER, VILA WALDEN, JOYCE WALKER, DON WALKER, PAT
WRIGHT, HARRELL WRIGHT, LLOYD
Sponsored by NICHOLAS GIFT SHOPSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
President NORVIN PRICE f '
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MISS COLWELL Sponsor
MR. DAVIS Sponsor
Sponsored by B J CLOTHIERS Hobbs
SHIRLEY WILLIAMSBoaz, Tommie Bowden, Tootsie Boyd, Murldeen Clement, Ronald
Coffey, Hattie Dailey, Etta Daniel, Benny Daugherty, Kerry
Dempsey, Betty Ernst, Johnny Floyd, John Frost, Peggy
Gillian, Josephine Gladden, Billie Greenleaf, Joe Hall, Gloria
Hardison, James Hinman, LeRoy Holder, James Hunter, Bobby
Sponsored by AUGH H. BOWDEN INSURANCEHunter, Reba Hurt, Zoe Jetton, Glenda Kennedy, Lawrence
Law, Joe Lord, Bobby McAfee, Jean McCarrell, Betty
McSpadden, Barbara ty
Price, Norvin Price, Sue y
Sinclair, Joyce Smith, Richard Sparks, Eva Stephens, Bill
Stringer, Helen Turknett, Charlene Van Noy, Wilberta White, Ann
Sponsored by LILLIE'S STYLE SHOPMRS. CONVERSE Sponsor
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
---ROWLAND KEMP — FRANCES COFFEY UNNIE SUE TAYLOR
MR. BYOUS Sponsor
Ballard. Auburn Barnes. Joyce Bearden, Nancy
Bond, Barbara Carpenter, Betty Coffey, Frances Coulter, Pat
Sponsored by BARNES ELECTRIC CO. Hobbs
4Coulter, Tommy Cox, Wilma Dale, Jerry Daniel, Patsy Daniel, Murrell
Falkner, Wilma Flowers, Harold Flowers, Ronnie Gardner, Jimmy Gregg, Janice
Groomer, Elis Hamlett, Roy Wayn Hamrick, Ippy Hampton, Allan Henderson, Charle:
Henderson, Hazel Irwin, Max Johnston, Edwin Johnston, Minnie Kemp, Rowland
Kendrick, Nancy Lowery, Lucille Lynn, Joy San Maloch, Sandra Miller, Jo
EUNICE BARBER SHOPMoore, Juanel McCabe, Jackie McDougal, Hohona McSpadden, Larry Noss, Flo Ann
Paschal, Charles Price, Cleta Raap, Ida Jean Roberts, Jackie Robertson, Dickie
Rowland, Shirley Smith, Don Smith, Mary Smith, James Snell, Jimmy
Stalcup, Charles Standefer, Billy Surratt, Glenda Taylor, Linnie Vaught, Jimmy
Vines, Peggy Walker, Marilyn Walker, Theron Weaver, Patsy Wildman, MaryGail
EUNICE FLOWER SHOPEIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS
Secretary and Treasurer-----------------------------------RUTH EVANS
MISS MILLER MRS. BROWN Sponsored by MRS. AWWAD
Sponsor Sponsor DORAN CHEVROLET INC. Sponsor
HobbsAdams, Don Adams, Roger Bailey, Roberta Baggett, Winfred Ballard, T. J. Bankhead, Sherry
Barber, James Blackmon, Marlene Bowen, Max Bright, Ann Bryant, Billy Burnett, Connie
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Carter, Dan Cobb, Norma Coffman, Doris Crawford, Allen Daniel, Christine Dickison, Jim
Duke, Mike Dunnam, Bethene Elliott, Carolyn Elrod, Earl Elrod, Latrell Ernst, Barbara
Evans, Ruth Flippen, Jerry Foster, Dora Gardner, Bobby Garrett, Corrine Garrett, Nettie
Greenleaf, Rose Grizzell, Gladys Hamlett, Lawanna Hiser, Tommy Hankins, Lola Herricks, Betty
EUNICE BEAUTY SHOPHester, Johnny Hogue, Lena Mae Holder, Marilyn Idleman, Helen Johnston, Mack Kendricks, Dickie
Marshall, Patsy Gerhardt, Jeanette Richmond, Wynell Mittag, Billy Mosley, Clifford Nicholas, Sandra
Oliver, Joycelene Owens, Hershel Parker, Mary Pierce, Barbara Plumlie, Burnilea Porter, Billie
Roberts, Gary Robertson, Harry Scoggins, Johnny Scoggins, Mary Shivers, Larry Smith, Billie
Smith, Eloise Smith, Patty Steadham, Don Stephens, Vella Teer, Don White, Anjie Lou
Woodell, Albert Woolsey, LaVon Kuhns, Nancy Morris, Jerry Newton, Edward Bordwell, Cheryl
Sponsored by PENDER'S DRY GOODSAkin, Iris Arrant, Renie Ballew, Jerry Bankhead, Roy Barber, Glenn
Barnes, Billy Bearden, Charlsie Bertrand, Morene Boaz, Cherri Bohannon, Carolyn
Sponsored by GRIFFITH'S
HobbsBrown, Richard Bryant, Tony Campbell, Verne Carmack, Aline Carmack, Royce Carpenter, Jerry
Carsrud, Jackie Chaney, Donald Cobb, Yvonne Conway, Claire Cobb, Walter Crocker, Clara Mae
Crocker, Clarence Darnell, Ronald Dunnam, Billie Galle, Elaine Gladden, Lou Neil Gleaton, Linda
Greenleaf, Roy Gruber, Harry Hankins, Charles Hanks, Billie Hardison, Mary Hendrickson, Charlotta
Henson, Janice Hopper, Albert Irwin, Richard Kaup, Raymond Kennedy, James Knott, Martha
Langley, Barbara Lord, Iva Lowe, Linda Lowery, Clista Lynn, Willa Fay Males, James
CIRCLE “O” SKATING RINKMarshall, Dale Mitchell, Freddie Morris, Jack Morrow, Shirley McCammon, Barbara McCarrell, Donald
McCullough, Vera McClannahan, Mike McDonald, Betty Newcum, Curtis Parker, Alice Patterson, Ronnie
Pope, Jo Prewett, Bill Reese, Don Register, Donald Robertson, Larry Rozell, Robert
Scott, Jo Sims, Leon Sinclair, Frances Smith, Irvin Smith, Bill Stanley, Jane
Tate, Loren Teer, Lora Terrell, Otto Tucker, Bobby Turner, Marshalene Werner, Harry
Vaught, Eddy Waggoner, Wanda Wallach, Ray Wright, Shirley Law, Moveeta Sweat, Patricia
LEA COUNTY SAND U GRAVELSIXTH GRADE
Mr. Spears Barnes, Don Bond, Clayton Brown, Patsy Costin, Mason
Davis, Annette Dunn, Connie Flippin, Robert Hamlett, Bobby Harryman, Ralph
Hartgraves, Charles Hinman, Juanelle Hodge, Patricia Idle man, Hubert Kendrick, Glenda
Leach, Leonard Lee, Mickey Lott, Jimmy Lowe, Sandra Mayes, Donald
Payne, Ronald Perry, Barbara Quick, Richard Stephens, Joe Earl Stringer, Jessie
Tankersley, Troy Turknett, Johnny Witherspoon, Wilbur
Sponsored by HINMAN’S SERVICE STATIONSIXTH GRADE
Mr. Dearholt Baker, Paul Bearden, Darrell Bearden, Elton Blackman, Glenda
Bright, Thomas Carsrud, Patricia Caton, Jimmie Chaney, Dorothy Clement, Edward
Dunn, Billy Eaves, William Flowers, Patricia Hardison, Kay Harvey, Bobby
Hendrickson, Jim Bob Ivy, Jo Ann Kemp, Sharon Koepp, Kaye Males, Lamoyne
McAdams, Charles Osborn, Clay Pearce, Dickie Pike, Aubrey Price, Lynda Reed, Harvey
Rozelle, Shirley Sanders, Dalian Smith, James Steadham, Patsy Walden, Ted Williams, Doris
Sponsored by WALTS MACHINE SHOPSIXTH GRADE
Mrs. Laznik Akin. Buddy Akin, Jim Bob Anderson, David Bohannon, Dickie
Chandler, Howard Chester, Warren Clement, Edna Dollar, Norma Drew, Larry
Dunn, Frankie Fourqurean, Donald Gillian, Jerry Gordon, Donald Hair, Thelma
Hammitt, Mary Hewgley, Evangeline Jetton, Annett Lock, Donald Nelms, Barbara
Pearson, Elizabeth Surratt, Carol Walden, Louise Walsh, Ronald Woolsey, Janice
Nolen, Roy Langley, Delores Laudrum, Marion Porter, Robert James, Gilbert
Sponsored by HAROLD FLOWERS ContractorFIFTH GRADE
Mr. Goodman Arrant, Bruce Baker, Nancy Blackman, Jimmy Cobb, Rayburn
Dodd, Nell Edmiston, Gary Edwards, Carolle Ernst, Carolyn Evans, Leo
Hall, Lowery Hardison, Bruce Holder, Paula Huerta, Juan Murphy, Bobby
Parish, Kenneth Roberts, Bobby Roberts, James Richmond, Leon Stevens, FrancesFIFTH GRADE
Mrs. Shepherd Capps, Myrna Chastney, Glenda Cobb, Dwight Cockrell, Michael
Cox, Wilson Daniels, Dorothy Denton, Jerry Echols, Sharon Edwards, Marie
Gates, Garryl Golden, Duane Hall, Bully Harden, Ronald Keith, Vickie
Lewallen, Shirley Lindsey, Milton Locke, Rowena Massey, Gavane Patton, Larry
Scarbrough, Mary Scoggins, Gale Sims, Norma Terry, John Thomas, Janette
Sponsored by D M. REPAIR SERVICEFIFTH GRADE
Mrs. Hassler Barzune, Larry Carmack, Linda Cooper, Leonard Coulter, Betty
Dunnam, Jerry Eubanks, Dorothy Evans, Jan Haynes, Bob Hoover, Ronald
Journagan, Phyllis Lord, Billy Malone, Kay Morris, Frankie Mosley, Walter
Murphy, W. L. Rea, Billy O'Quinn, Tommy Smith, Donald Smith, Jerry
Smith, Ranee Villines, Ronald Wallach, Gloria Werner, Harriet Westbrook, Ronnie
Williams, Jane Wright, Scotty
O’QUINN REXAL DRUGFOURTH GRADE
Miss Ray Bethany, Glen Brown, Don Chester, Lonny Frost, Andy Harper, James
Herrick, Jerry Martin, Terry McGuyer, John McCann, Oralee O’Neal, Calvin
Osmondson, David Pippen, Tommy Plumlee, Patsy Randall, Virginia Roberts, Don
Roberts, Reta Sanders, Gary Shields, Sandra Tankersley, Dorothy Templeton, Veronica
Walsh, Paula Wright, Jerry Elliott, Linda
Sponsored by FAIR’S JEWELRY STORE HobbsFOURTH GRADE
Mrs. Holloway Bates, Rozell Bayes, Andrew Bissey, George Bohannon, Beth
Chandler, Pat Couch, Richard Flowers, James Fultz, Jeane Greenfield, Carolyn
Gruber, Dickey Hamlett, Lonnie Haney, Billy Hardy, Junior Hooper, James
Lara, Adela Lowe, Mary Louise Magee, Burl Dean Owens, Vanda Joy Scott, Sharon
Seay, Mary Edna Stacey, Sandra Stewart, Boyd Turner, Willa Geane
Sponsored by CONOCO SERVICE STATIONFOURTH GRADE
Mrs. Cearley Barber, Elvin Bishop, Wanda Boaz, Delores Brooks, Freddie
Christenson, Thelma Flippen, Barbara Harvey, Betty Mae Holder, Billy Hudson, Ronnie
Landrum, Loretta Leach, Milton McDonald, Lola Mae Myers, Byron Nelms, Wanda Jean
Osborn, Billy Dean Perry, Louise Piggot, Janice Prewett, Jerry Quick, Georgia
Rowe, Glenda Russell, Deloris Stephens, Lanenon Williams, Mike Witherspoon, Phynas
DANIEL EAST SIDE LAUNDRYTHIRD GRADE
Mrs. Coffman Anderson, Jerry Blalock, Sondra Caton, Bobby Calhoun, Johnetta
Cheny, Cloys Cobb, Earl Cole, Melvin Cooper, Mary Lea Costin, Neldon
Dunnam, Janette Farr, Kenneth Ferguson, Gary Frost, Junior Gillian, Merry
Gordon, Ronald Hampton, Milton Hassler, Patsy Ivy, Bobby Ray Idleman, Jane
Koep, Philip Patterson, Charles Payne, Sue Smith, Kenny Stewart, John
Stevens, Brenda Tate, Robert Woolsey, Vickie
Sponsored by EUNICE ENTERPRISETHIRD GRADF
Miss Hughes Bishop, Nevell Brown, Buel Bryant, Reba Calhoun, Jerry
Davis, Charles Farr, Robert Golden, Clarence Grogan, Emma Hampton, Darlene
Hankins, Louise Harless, Linda Hodge, Lillie Hollaway, Glenda Huerta, Francisco
Johnston, Carolyn Lewallen, Sharon Mac Cammon, Bonita McLean, Kenneth Mills, Homer
Murphy, Patricia Pierce, Charles Pearce, Jan Ragan, Lynda Reed, Joyce
Samaniego, Mary Scoggins, Peggy Steadham, Caroline Turner, Billy Turner, Gwendolyn
Walker, Nelda Webb, Velma Witt, Tommy Romines, Joyce
Sponsored by JACK’S WELDING WORKSTHIRD GRADE
Miss Britton Akin, Dale Bardweil, Kathy Bryant, Clyde Bulman, Dian
Cook, Clint Cole, Norman Crocker, Van Dodd, Jerry Gerherdt, Gail
Groomer, Harold Hamlett, Larry Hartgraves, Mike Hinojosa, Gilberta Hughes, Aliene
Hooper, Travis Key, Sharon Lee, Wanda Miller, Twila Morgan, James
Reese, Patsy Schwegman, Janice Scott, Terry Shaw, Linda Smith, Hal
Taylor, Eddie Terrell, Patricia Trimble, Dale Ray Walenciak, Paul Walters, Davis
Walker, John White, John Witherspoon, Nita
Sponsored by TERRELL MOTOR COMPANYSECOND GRADE
Mrs. Schwegman Arwood, John Baker, Ila Baker, Teddy Gene Barber, Delores
Booher, Betty Jean Buttrill, Carlotte Chism, Rebecca Fulks, Paulette Gordon, Howard Wayne
Gregg, Joe Paul Gruis, Tommy Gunderson, John Ellis Harden, Clifford Hatley, Lane lie
Hopper, Linda Kay Huddleston, Melba Jones, Cordelia Kaup, Barbara Keeney, J. L.
Kennedy, Eldon Law, Johnny Lynn, Carolyn Joan Mayfield, Jean Owings, Donald
Plattsmier, Don Ridgeway, Dale Smith, Jessie Lou Stalcup, Sherril Jean
Sponsored by MODEL CLEANERS HobbsSECOND GRADE
Mrs. McDougal Bailey, Billy Bissey, Jack Buck, Freddie Coffey, Barbara
Couch, Danny Drew, Sammilou Edwards, Kenneth Gariepy, Joyce Garrison, Danny
Hamlet, Shirley Hardison, Donald Kirby, Leon Lynn, Dickie Malone, Linda
Malone, Sandra Nelms, Virginia Plumlee, Kay Dean Rae, Bonnie Fay Samaniego, Efran
Sanders, Rita Gay Solomon, Jimmy Ray Stephens, Darrell
Sponsored by COLBERT'S HobbsSECOND GRADE
Miss Brown Barzune, Gail Carter, Gerald Cherryhomes, Tom Christenson, Wallace
Coleman, Jretta Edmiston, Billy Fourqurean, George Green, Wayman Harryman, John
Howell, Sandra Kemp, Lynn Kennedy, Darlene Mayo, Stanley McAdams, Rodney
McCann, Brenda McSpadden, Gene Mills, Donald Osburn, Nix Owens, Jimmie
Pendleton, Carol Pike, Amy Robertson, Jerry Smith, Beverly St. Aubyn, Ronald
Starr, Larry Wood, Bobby Young, Charles Starr, Carol
Sponsored by CARDINAL CAFESECOND GRADE
Mrs. Davis Able, John Bailey, Larry Baker, Judith Bohannon, Patricia
Byous, Lorraine Clark, Jerry Comer, Eddie Crawford, Mary Dunn, Billy Jo
Elliot, Donna Jean Fox, Ronnie Gladson, Charles Kemp, Glen Kendrick, Jerry
Kennedy, Linda Jean Martin, Carroll McLean, Sherry Parsons, David Peters, George
Quick, Earl Ragan, J. C. Rozelle, Arvie Simmons, Randy Woodward, Bobbie
Woolsey, Dennis Wiley, Donald Walters, Betty
Sponsored by MELODY SHOP HobbsFIRST GRADE
Mrs. Bailey Raymond Adams Sandra Booher Faye Bulman Donald Campbell
Joy Jane Chaney Judy Dodd Jennings Flippin Jimmy Ray Foresman Jerry Gariepy
Charles Hodge Sharon Lee Jay Donna Sue Males Dean Mathis Jean Nolen
James Quick Sandra Rozell Jimmy Shaw Carol Starr Jay Stewart
Royce Taylor Shelby Terry Danny Thomas Jerry Thomas D. L. Walker
Judy Wallace Jimmie Witherspoon Bobby Walters
Sponsored by ALLISON’S JEWELRY Hobbs, N. M.n o
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Mrs. Caton Bertrand, James Brunson, Priscilla Dickison, Ella Gladden, Mike Hampton, Peggy
Hendrickson, Linda Hopper, Loran Kennedy, Edwin Kershner, Pale Key, Jeffry Lara, Esperanza Hopi
Ledinshy, Richard Lindsey, Betty Lou Lowe, Walter Parsons, George Preuit, Otis Risinger, Jeanie
Sharp, Delores Shurley, Marie Steadham, G. Surratt, D. Sweatt, L. Williams, M. Woolsey, D.
Mrs. Akin Akin, Bonnie Await, Jerry Blevins, Nick Boaz, Wanda Bond, Rusty
Buck, Tony Bulman, Wesley Cole, Janet Cottrell. Y. Denton, Brenda Eaves, Odene Eversale, R.
Fulks, Johnnie Graves, Norma Green, Ronald Grogan, Tommie Hammitt, Sharon Idleman, Harriet Jetton, Sybil
Lott, Lindy Selman, Terry Stulting, Jo Ann Wallace, Sanford Walker, JimPRE-FIRST
Mrs. Bartholomew Baker, Gertrude Ballew, Michael Boyd, Patsy Breland, Cecil, Jr. Brown, Dorothy
Carmack, Dwayne Cherry, Glenda Gale Grogan, Johnnie Bea Grogan, Leroy Hartgraves, John Hester, Dayne Lee
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Hinojosa, Anita Hinojosa, Margarita Kennedy, Carol Sue Magee, Kathy Sue Nolen, Norma Lee Roberts, Jimmie Lou
Lewallen, Vyron Sikes, Gary Swartz, Paul Wallace, Joyce Williamson, Dean
Mrs. W. L. Harbour Bishop, H. B. Booher, Donna Brown, Jimmie Burnett, Naomi Chaney, Royce
Collom, Ervanell Day, Virginia Gunderson, Gene Hahn, Linda Sue Hardy, Joseph Harrell, Brenda Ann
Kendrick, Bruce Locke, Linda Massey, James G. Moss, Anna Mae Peters, Anita Louise Ramsey, Joe
Scott, George Stevens, Charles Templeton,
Brenda Sue Terry, Shirley Ann Turner, Dale Wallach, Ginger Lee
Snapshot Editors DAVID MORRISON GLENN ELLIOTT
DONA KEELING Editor
TERRY CHERRYHOMES Assistant Editor
MISS SMITH Sponsor
INEZ JOURNAGAN Art Editor
MR. CANTON Advisor
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
V. P. Terry Cherryhomes, Sec. Janice Alexander, Treas. Dona Keeling Pres. Jimmie McIIroy
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVESMADRIGAL CLUB
DRAMATIC CLUBSENIOR TEAM CHEERLEADERS
Maxi Ann Bramlett Patsy Walker
Latticia Baysinger Barbara Taylor
JUNIOR TEAM CHEERLEADERS
Tommie Boaz Jean McAfee Frances Coffey Joy San Lynn Glenda SurrattFOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS
JR. HIGH FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS
SUBSTITUTE CHEERLEADERSSponsored by EUNICE CLEANERS
E UNICE HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS Director--L. B. Hardin Accompanist--Mrs. L. B. HardinEUNICE CARDINAL BAND Director--O. L. Bartholomew
Sponsored by EUNICE JEWELERYJUNIOR BAND
Sponsored by PAYDAY FOOD STORES
BEGINNERS BANDJANICE ALEXANDER
Sponsored by LEA COUNTY DAIRY CO-OP. HobbsRoy Harrington . Arleen Harrington Mrs. King . . . Susan Fisher . . Bruce Douglas . . Georgia Butler . . "Shadow"
JUNIOR PLAY ME AND MY SHADOW
.... GARY NOSS NOELENE KENDRICK . . . ALICE SMITH . JULIA NICHOLAS . LLOYD WRIGHT , . WINONA HODEL
, . . JERRY BROWN , MIKE DAUGHERTY
Sponsored by GALBREATH TRUCKING CO.The Senior Class Presents
February 10, 1951
WE SHOOK THE FAMILY TREE CHARACTERS
Mr. Dolson (“Father”) . Mrs. Dolson (“Mother")
Paige (a six year old) . .
............. Dona Keeling
............ Inez Journagan
Patsy Hassler (third grader)
Sponsored by H-E-B
Football Queen DONA KEELING
LACEY SCOGGINS BILLY WOOTEN
Attendents ELIZABETH HAMRICK PATSY WALKER HATTIE COFFEY
Sponsored by ED W. CANNEDY WELL SERVICETOMMY COULTER Queen JANICE ALEXANDER King JIMMIE McILROY JERRY BROWN
NANCY KENDRICK FLORA PRICE
BENNY DANIEL WAYNE STEPHENS
JEAN McAFEE INEZ JOURNAGAN
Sponsored by GOOD-EATS BAKER1 SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM HobbsTERRY CHERRYHOMES
WAYNE STEPHENS Sponsored by DONA KEELING
EUNICE PIG STANDJANICE ALEXANDER
Sponsored by GRAY MOTORS
BILLY WOOTENHOME ECONOMICS SEWING CLASS
STYLE SHOW WINNERS Mohona McDougal, Billie Gladden, Sandra NicholsPREPARATION FOR FACULTY BANQUET
HOME ECONOMICS COOKING CLASS Sponsored by
Sponsored by ALEX’S TIRE STOREJAMES
Sponsored by LEA COUNTY Sl.-TE BANKLEO SHIPLEY Junior High Coach
JAMES MOLES Junior High Manager
Sponsored by EUNICE NEWS STAND
J. D. BROWN Football Coach
JERRY BROWN Senior Team ManagerStu6et ilC
Sponsored by EUNICE FURNITURE STOREC7 Forward
Sponsored by EUNICE AUTO SUPPLYGuard
Sponsored by ACME LUMBER CO.JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
Sponsored by BOB DANIEL . SONS HobbsJR. HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM First row: Stephens, Hanks, Steadham, Wallach, Morris, Gruber, Snell, Dickinson Second row; Coach Shipley, M. Johnston, Mitchell, Paschall, Bowen, Smith, Kennedy, Vaught, McSpadden, Groomer, Robertson, Mgr.
Third row: Stalcup, Elrod, Kemp, Crawford, Shivers, E. Johnston, Roberts, Males, Baggett, McCarrollMEMBERS OF BOYS' TENNIS CLUB
Doubles--CLEMENT and AMYX Sponsored by Doubles-SIMS and JOHNSON
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SENIOR RELAY TEAM Cherryhomes; Mcllroy, Wooten; Smith.GIRLS’ tennis club
Doubles--HAMRICK and SINCLAIR
Singles--HAMRICK'51 CLASS HISTORY
We all realize there comes in the life of any organization when it is fitting and proper to make a record of the noteworthy events in the lives of its members. We now take great pride in making this presentation of the history of our '51 graduating class of Eunice High.
Finally, we have made what seems to us a great achievement, for we find ourselves in the highschool end of the Eunice School Building. Upon our entry into our seventh year of school we have several who started their first year of school at dear old E. H. S. They are Lacey Scoggins, E. A. Woodell, Earlene Shelton, Buddy Daniels, and Wayne Stephens. During the preceding five years we have had acquired Jim Mcllroy, Royce Smith, Dona Keeling, Bob Echols, George Young, Tommy Pope, Billy Wooten, and Jerry Lou Burnett. This proved to be a successful year and we easily adjusted ourselves to new teachers and more study.
Miss Richerson was our sponsor during our eighth grade year and we found our class with several new students. Pat Alderson from Grand Falls, Texas; Janice Alexander from Albert, Oklahoma; Christine Cobb from Tribbey, Oklahoma; Mary and Bonnie Mayberry from Monument; and Daniel Johnston from Sundown, Texas.
Yes! We're really a part of the high school now and are we suffering for it. Who says initiation isn't rough? Thu year Larry Amyx came from West Plains. Missouri; Glenn Elliott from Jal; Douglas Eubanks from Monroe, Louisiana; David Morrison from Lubbock. Texas; Kenneth Walden from Monument and Jack Johnson from Hondo, New Mexico. We are always happy when new students come from other places to be a part of our class.
Coach Cearley and Mrs. Gary were our sponsors during our sophomore year. We found them very enjoyable and we all had a good year. Our new members were Terry Cherryhomes from Wink, Texas;
Inez Joumagan from Forrest, New Mexico; Martha Randolph from Oblong. Illinois; Robert Johnston from Tatam, New Mexico; and Barbara Taylor from Andrews, Texas.
Our Junior year was certainly a thrilling one. Our play was “The Haunted High School" and I'm sure every one enjoyed it and we certainly prize the memories we have of our rehearsals. Mr. Davis and Mrs. Brown were our sponsors this year and we found them to have very good ideas on everything. The banquet was given the Seniors on May 19. Our theme was a flower garden and was very pretty. Donna Hamrick came to us from Seminole, Oklahoma and Alden and Luis Bayes from Knott, Texas.
Now we have reached this, our last year at Eunice High. We have gained one new student, Buster Pendleton from Crane, Texas. Our Senior Play was "We Shook the Family Tree. " I know that every member of the cast enjoyed presenting the play. It was considered a success by everyone.
We,as Seniors, now leave our places in the Eunice High School to be filled by other students who are striving to reach that shiny goal we have now achieved.CLASS WILL
Pat Alderson wills her ability to become engaged to anybody who wants to be.
Janice Alexander Wills her prancing ability and her bookkeeping to some future senior.
Jerry Burnett wills her position in Eunice High School to Pat Walker.
Christine Cobb wills her friendly ways and talkative disposition to Mari Bramlett.
Donna Hamrick wills her black tennis shorts to whoeverthey’ll fit and her swell personality to Bobbie Cryer.
Inez Journagan wills her quiet and mannersome ways to Latricia Baysinger.
Dona Keeling wills her short hair to Noelene Kendrick and her ability to break up before every game to Frances Coffey.
Bonnie Mayberry wills her boisterous manners at basketball games to Jean McAfee.
Mary Mayberry wills just “some of her temper" to Ruby Eaves.
Martha Randolph wills her giggling laugh to Betty Sue Dempsey.
Earlene Shelton wills her good shorthand grades to Iva Jean Barber.
Larry Amyx wills his good build and roughness to Ronnie Flowers, and his moon playing to Bill Stephens.
Bob Bailiff wills his pair of crutches to Poke Bowden and his life t'o Uncle Sam.
Alden Bayes wills his ability to stay in school and out of Korea until after graduation to Roy Wayne Hamlett.
Luis Bayes wills his ability to keep up with his brother to Harold Flowers, and three of his Model A’s to anybody who will take them.
Terry Cherryhomes wills his ability to get along with Coach Cearley to Jerry Brown and his fast legs to Norvin Price, (what I mean)
Buddy Daniels wills his ability to go with young girls to Johnny Ernst and his center position to Tommy Coulter.
George Young wills his bookkeeping seat to any sucker and his lovable ways to Don Walker.
Bob Echols wills his way of getting along with Speech I teachers to John Floyd.
Buster Pendleton wills his friendliness to Dale Sharp and little sister to Darrel Hall.
Glenn Elliott wills his cute little grin to Doyle Stevens and his bashful ways to Lloyd Wright.
Jack Johnson wills his cheating ability to Mike Daugherty and three inches of his height to Larry McSpadden.
Daniel Johnston wills anything anybody would want to anyone who would want it.
Robert Johnston wills his well used comb to Bob Dale and is prancy walk to Jay Greenleaf.
David Morrison wills his bashfulness to Franklin Sims, and his ten loaves of deer hunting bread to someone who doesn’t like crackers.
Jimmie Mcllroy wills his pink cap to Lloyd Wright and his “one stride behind” in the 440 to Edwin Johnston.
Tommy Pope wills his beat-up trombone to Albert Woodell and $6 from a moon game to James Hardison.
Lacey Scoggins wills his scientific brain to Pug Flippin and his twenty miles to school to Johnny Scoggins.
Royce Smith wills his hairy legs and dramatic ability (Lou) to Tom Risinger, and his sign painting to the Junior Class.
Wayne Stephens wills his always needed “two points” to Benny Daniel and his girlish legs to Bob Dale.
Kenneth Walden wills his way with women to Donald Clements and his government workbook to some Junior.
E. A. Woodell wills his brain to Jim Adams and his ability to always catch passes to Donald Cooper.
Billy Wooten wills his ability to ride sleds to Bob Hunter and his ability to never lose his temper to LeRoy Hinman.Seni i 'P'l foAectf
My. how time does fly! Here it is the year 1961 and so I thought I’d drop back around Eunice and make a survey of the class of '51 to see how they have fared over this brief decade.
My first stop was the mayor's office to ask his assistance. And lo and behold who should I find in this position of honor in the community but JACK JOHNSON. Yes, little JACK is now a big man. Literally speaking, of course.
His Honor and I had quite a discussion on the " good old times" and from him 1 learned much of the class' whereabouts.
It seems there are several new business establishments in town. One of the most profitable being the ELLIOTT and MORRISON Photographic Studios, Inc. It's a very interesting business for Glenn and David, too, I understand, what with lovely, blond EARLENE SHELTON the prize model.
Another new firm in town is the law office of BOB BAILIFF. BOB has been very helpful to his former classmates in helping them get around taxes. I mean in helping them get taxes around.
The WOOTEN Trucking Co. is another business in Eunice that's making "big headway." And if you'd see BILL coming in one of those big trucks you'd know what I mean.
For years Eunice had needed a dentist and LARRY AMYX, after graduating at the head of his class in dentistry school, came back to fill the bill.
Mayor Johnson then suggested that I go to the school house to see the principals and perhaps gather some more information.
I bade him good-by and while leaving by his outer office I saw that his secretary was PAT ALDER-SON. She is still waiting for DOUG to get out of the service but she may have to wait a long time. Doug just loves the Air Force and is thinking of re-enlisting for another ten years.
Out on the street I passed a familiar-looking person, and looking back again I realized it must be CHRISTINE COBB. I suppose the need for the second look was the four children with her. Very well behaved children, I might add for CHRISTINE is a stern mother.
Down at the school, I noticed some construction work going on. (Familiar sight.) DANIEL JOHNSTON and BOB ECHOLS are partners in the contracting firm, doing the job. As I passed, they were flipping a coin to see whether the building would be finished in five or ten years.
In the principal's office in high school, I learned Mr. Caton had retired and none other than JIM McILROY had taken his place. JIMMIE told me that the experience he had as Student Council President surely comes in handy. Also his four years of track are quite useful in pursuing those boys who make the mad rush down the hall at noon-hour.
As I was talking to JIMMIE. The Girls’ P.E. teacher came in. The woman who is teaching the high school girls their volleyball, basketball and cheerleading is one with plenty of experience, BARBARA TAYLOR.
A handsomely attired man entered the office whistling merrily. TOMMIE POPE had taken Mr. Bart's place as director of the fine E.H.S. Band.
Principal Mcllroy told me of some of the other members of the class. It seems LACEY SCOGGINS and BUDDY DANIEL have really made a name for themselves in sports. After playing football for college teams, they entered the pro-league and are still "going strong."
Another member of the class, who has done very well and made herself known world-wide, is JERRY BURNETT. People recognize her as another Sister Kenny.
Two others of the '51er’s have entered die entertainment world. ROBERT JOHNSTON is acclaimed as a great dramatic actor, and ROYCE SMITH is the funniest comedian since Bob Hope.
As a sheer stroke of luck Senator E. A. WOODELL and WAYNE STEPHENS dropped by Jim's office to take him to lunch. E. A. was in Eunice campaigning for re-election. It seems the inspiration received in Mr. Davis' government class inclined him to enter politics. Mr. Davis' talks on agriculture lured WAYNE into business also, and the STEPHENS brand is known state-wide.
Since this group of business men had an engagement 1 left them to visit the grade school. There in place of Miss Jordan I found BONNIE SUE MAYBERRY as principal. BONNIE runs her end of the building with a stern hand. She told me most of her discipline problems were with MARY LOU'S twin boys, who love to aggravate Aunt Bonnie.Bonnie said she had recently heard that JANICE ALEXANDER had become Miss Oklahoma and would enter the Miss America contest. That is, if Monte doesn't pin her down before then. Of course, she could always try for Mrs. America.
Leaving Bonnie to her schoolteacher's life, I started for the newspaper office to gather my remaining information.
On the way, I saw BUSTER PENDLETON directing a moving-van to a new house. He went back to Crane after graduation, but he missed Eunice so much he finally had to move back.
Arriving at the Eunice Enterprize Office. I found the editor very busy with the paper, which is now printed daily. But when she looked up I discovered the face, underneath the ink smudges, to be that of DONA KEELING. Her work as editor of the '51 Cardinal fascinated her so, she continued in that field.
Dona was working on the ad for WALDEN Gro. and Mkt. KENNETH put those years of stacking and sacking groceries to good use.
On the society page, of the Enterprize. I noticed Eunice's leading society matrons, Mrs. Jim Birge and Mrs. Don Creps, the former MARTHA RANDOLPH and INEZ JOURNAGAN, were to be cohostesses to the Wednesday afternoon bridge club.
In the Help Wanted column, I noticed the need for baby sitters for these same two on Wednesday afternoon.
Laying her work aside for the moment. DONA told me that the secretary of the '51 class. DONNA HAMRICK, was now private secretary to Professor TERRY CHERRYHOMES of the Chemistry Department of the University of Eunice. The University is honored by having on its staff the class' Valedictorian and Salutatorian.
As I was about to leave Dona's office, two cowboys walked in to put an ad in the paper for lost cattle from the BAYES' ranch. Yes, LUIS and ALDEN are still the most eligible bachelors in the county, but their sole interest is cows.
With this, I left the newspaper office and was on my way out of Eunice, entirely satisfied with the knowledge I had gathered, when I heard a siren and saw a patrol car behind me. Realizing my thoughts must have set me speeding, I stopped and the patrol man pulled up beside me. Then I recognized him as the remaining member of the class of '51. Yes, the state decided that with all his experience the only man for the job of speed cop of Eunice, was GEORGE YOUNG.September
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8 Football game at Alamogordo,
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22 Lost another game to close
October 4 6
Band goes to Roswell for fair. Lovington football game there we won--13-0
Won football game with Jal here by wide margin--43-0.
N. M.M. L game at Eunice. Another victory--26-6.
Teachers Convention-Albuquerque Return game at Amherst. We won --32-0.
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Homecoming game with Monument.
We won--32-0. Dona Keeling crowned football queen.
First nine weeks exams.
Last game of season at Artesia.
Junior Play-"Me and My Shadow. " Hindus, Slaves, Knives, etc. Thanksgiving vacation.
Basketball game with ex-Cardinals.
Jal Basketball game here.
Victory--39-23 Try-outs for all state band.
District Student Council Meeting Both at Roswell.
Basketball game at Alamogordo We won--27-15.
Night faculty meeting and party.
Hagerman ballgame here. We won--30-39 Carlsbad game, there. Score--41-39.
Band goes to Tech clinic. We beat Lovington--
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Christmas program--Band and Chorus. Basket ball with Hobbs, Lost--49-36.
Out for Christmas vacation.
Road Trip. Melrose and Texico.
Artesia invitational tournament Eunice First Place!January
3 School starts after holidays.
5 Artesia basketball game here.
6 Carrizozo loses to Eunice here.
13 Eunice defeats Monument there. JANUARY
15-16 Mid term examinations. S M T W T F S
17-20 Basketball road trip. 1 2 3 4 5 6
Won 2 lost 2. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
19-20 All state band and chorus, Roswell. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
26 Basketball game with Tatum, we won. 28 29 30 31
30 Lost a game to Hobbs there--38-46.
FEBRUARY S M T W T F S 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
February 2 6 9 10
Monument loses to Eunice here--36-34 Faculty banquet in Home Ec.
Jal game there. Eunice wins--47-42.
Senior play-"We Shook the Family Tree" Tops in entertainment!
Variety Show, lots of laughs.
Coronation game with Menual, Janice Alexander basketball queen. Won--51-32. Eunice defeats Tatum in last home game. Chorus goes to Monument.
Lovington defeats Eunice 49-45, for seeding in district tournament.
District tournament at Lovington.
Eunice takes third place, wins Sportsmanship Trophy, and places Mcllroy, Hinman and Stephens All-District Team.
March 2-3 7-10 7-10
Regional tournament at Portales State tournament at Albuquerque Southwest music conference, Oklahoma City.
Commercial Department assembly program. Third nine weeks tests Easter vacation
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10 Faculty banquet
13 Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom.
21 Track team goes to Cavern Relay.
26-27 Band trip to Portales and Roswell.
28 District track meet
1 All school band program. MAY
3-5 State track meet S M T W T F S
18 Senior assembly program. 1 2 3 4 5
19 Baccalaureate. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
23 School closes 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
24 Commencement 27 28 29 30 31A
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