Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM)

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PUBLISHING COMPANY DALLAS. TEXAS KAW ItTTO yIt is with sincetest pleasure that we, the Seniors of 1952, do hereby dedicate this our Annual to Miss Aline Smith, whose help and guidance have proved invaluable to the success of the annual.Sc4co i “S wid D.W. KEY, L.G. SWEATT, DON GORDON NOEL KENDRICK, F.F. HARDISONWe are now rounding out the second half of another good year in the life of the Eunice Schools, a year marked by a high degree of cooperation among teachers, pupils, parents, board members and administrators. This is evidenced in part by the many worthwhile activities reported in this book. Congratulations to each of you for the part you have contributed. ■4 XH C.H. Conway Super inte ndent CHC jlMR. O. L. BARTHOLOMEW Band MR. O. M. CEARLEY Science Athletics MRS. LILA T. BROWN English MRS. C. H. CONWAY Librarian MR. L. W. BYOUS Science MRS. LOIS DAUGHERTY Junior High Reading MR. O. L. DAVIS Social Science MRS. L. B. HARDEN Music MR. L. B. HARDEN Music Dramatics Sponsored by LILLY’S STYLE SHOP MR. J. D. BROWN Shop Athletics MRS. LENORE SNELL Home EconomicsMRS. JO LANDUSKY Secretary MISS MARY COLWEJLL English Speech MR. J. C. COOK Mathematics Athletics MR. RICHARD BROWN Mathematics MISS PAT BOUCHETTE Secretary MISS LIEA ROBASON Phys. Ed. Social Studies MR. PHIL STRINGER Social Science Athletics MRS. IVA SCARBOROUGH English MISS DOROTHY BALL Secretary MISS ALINE SMITH Commercial MR. NEWTON WESTER Mathematics MRS. L. W. BYOUS School NurseMR. WALLACE GOODMAN Fifth Grade MRS. STELLA BAILEY First Grade MISS LENA HUGHES Third Grade MRS. WILLIE COFFMAN Third Grade MRS. RUTH CARTER Fourth Grade MRS. VIOLA DAVIS Third Grade MRS. W. P. HASSLER Fifth Grade MRS. NUTA BARTHOLOMEW Pre-First Grade MRS. MABEL McDOUGAL Second Grade MRS. LENOIR HARBOUR Pre-First Grade MRS. ROSALIE AKIN Pre-First Grade MRS. ALOIS LAZNIK Sixth GradeMRS. BLANCHE FRANKLIN Third Grade MR. O. C. SPEARS Sixth Grade MRS. DOROTHY FARLEY Second Grade MRS. O. M. CEARLEY Fourth Grade MRS. J. W. CATON Pre-First Grade MRS. REVA SCHWEGMAN Second Grade MISS MARY BROWN Second Grade MRS. AGNES SHEPHERD Fourth Sixth Grade Sponsored by COLBERT’S HobbsTo the Seniors of 1952: Few indeed have been the people who could chart their lives in a straight course. As world conditions stand today, this is certainly a difficult task. Yet, as I have worked with you through the months and years of your attendance at Eunice High, I have become aware of your strong sense of responsibility for individual as well as world betterment; and I firmly believe that this feeling for, and acceptance of civic responsibility will inspire you to lead a most useful life wherever the winds of fate may take you. Sincerely yours, Julian W. Caton High School Principal JWC:pb Congratulations: Students of the Eunice School for your efforts to take advantage of the wonderful educational opportunities offered you. Only in America do all students in the public schools have equal opportunities to achieve to the limit of their capacities. In America your accomplishment is limited only by your own capacity and by your determination to achieve. Sincerely, (Miss) Mettie Jordan Grade School PrincipalLis Seniar 0p€W fiiteA Jr’ ' JERRY BROWN ROBERTA SHAFER LLOYD WRIGHT ' ✓ ' Sponsored by m FAUGH H. BOWDEN INSURANCE President, Gary Noss; Vice President, Jerry Brown; Secretary, Vila Tucker; Treasurer, Lloyd Wright. O.L. DAVIS MRS. C.H. CONWAY Sponsored by: MERCURY CLEANERS Eunice MRS. J.B. SMITHLATRICIA BAYSINGER Chorus 1.4; Sr. Play; Cheerleader 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; Librarian 2. 3. IVA JEAN BARBER Basketball 1,2; Volleyball 1,2; Chorus 1.2; Librarian 2; Faculty Typist 3,4. MARI BRAMLETT Student Council 4; Tennis 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; Publicity Club 1; Cheerleader 3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Librarian 3; Chorus 2,4. JERRY BROWN Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Class Officer 4; All-State Band 4; Dramatics Club 3; Jr. and Sr. Plays; Class Favorite 4; Annual Staff; Boys' Quintet 3, 4; Who’s Who 4; Chorus 3; NMEA Okla, City 3; Basketball 3; Letterman's Club 3. 4. DON CLEMENT Chorus 2,3; Tennis 2,3,4; All-State Chorus 3; Dramatics Club 3; Baseball 2.DONALD COOPER Student Council 4; Track 2,3, 4; Football 2,3,4; Tennis 4; Dramatics Club 3. THELMA DILLER Volleyball 1,2, Chorus 3, 4; Camera Club. MIKE DAUGHERTY National Honor Society 4; Student Council 1, Pres. 4; Class Officer 2; Spanish Club 3, Pres. 4; Annual Staff; Madrigal Club 3; Jr. Play; Boys' Quintet 3,4; All-State Band 2; Who's Who 4; Basketball 1,2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1,2;Foot-ball 1; Chorus 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3, 4; Boys' State; Letterman's Club Off. 3, 4; Valedictorian. GERALDINE EARHART Dramatics Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Chorus 1, 2,3; Tennis 1,2; Annual Staff; Sr. Play; Honor Society 4; Student Council 1,2; NMEA Okla. City 3; All-State Band 3; Class Favorite 3. RUBY EAVES Annual Staff; Librarian 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Basketball3,4; Chorus 1,2; Softball 1, 2,3; Class Officer 2; Class Favorite 2; Tennis 4; Who’s Who 4; Faculty Typist 3.RICHARD HARPER Band 2. 3, 4; Basketball 2,3, 4; Student Council 4; Annual Staff; Jr. and Sr. Play; Tennis 1; Baseball 3; Chorus 3; FT A 3; VIC 3. WINONA HO DEL Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2,3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Play; All-State Chorus 2; Madrigal Club 3; Dramatics Club 3;Class Officer 3; Tennis 3. LINDA JOHNSTON Volleyball 1.2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Librarian 1; Tennis 1,2; Softball 1, 2.3. NOELENE KENDRICK Band 1. 2,3, 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3. 4; Madrigal Club 3; All-State Band 4; All-State Chorus 2; Student Coun-"cil 1; Dramatics Club 3; National Honor Society 4; Drum Major 4; Tennis 3; Who’s Who 4; Jr. Sr. Play. JANE LEE Chorus 1,2,3; Madrigal Club; Jr. Sr. Play; Class Officer 3; Sec. Stu. Council 4; National Honor Society 4; Who’s Who 4; Football Queen 4.GARY NOSS Chorus 1,2, 4; Madrigal Club; Dramatics Club; Spanish Club; Class Officer 1,3,4; Boys' Quintet; Tennis 1,2; Jr. Sr. Play; Who's Who 4; National Honor Society 4; All-State Chorus 4; Annual Staff; Journalism Club; Boy's State Alternate. PATSY PENDLETON Volleyball 1,2; Band 1,2; Faculty Typist 4; Student Council 1. FLORA PRICE Chorus 1.2, 3; Madrigal Club; All-State Band 2,3,4; All-State Chorus 2; Band 2,3,4; Student Council 2, 3; Dramatics Club. TOM RISINGER Chorus 1,2,4; All-State Chorus 1, 4; Boys' Quintet; Spanish Club 3, 4; Madrigal Club 3; Student Council Treas. 4; Student Council 2; Annual Staff; Dramatics Club. ROBERTA SHAFER Chorus 1,2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3; Annual Staff; Student Council 3, 4; Class Favorite 4; Softball 1,2, 3.JACK SHELTON Basketball 2,3, 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 2,3; School Paper 3,4; Class Officer 3; Chorus 1,4; Class Favorite 3; Annual Staff 4. BETTY SHIELDS Chorus 1,2,3. 4; School Typist. PATRICIA SHIELDS Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigal Club 3; All-State Chorus 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. FRANKLIN SIMS Tennis 2, 3. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3. ALICE SMITH Band 1, 2,3, 4; All-State Band 3, 4; Chorus 1,2; Student Council 1,4; Dramatics Club 3; Journalism Club 1; Jr. . Sr. Play; National Honor Society 4; Who's Who 4; Salutato-rian; Girls State.CAROL STANDEFER Class Favorite 1; National Honor Society 4; Cheerleader 2,3; Home Ec. Club Pres. 3; Chorus 2,3; Volleyball 2,3; LLOYD WRIGHT Band 1,2, 3. 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Madrigal Club 3; Pres. Nat'l. Honor Society; Student Council 1; All-State Band 4; All-State Chorus 2; Jr. and Sr. Play; Tennis 1,2; Dramatics Club 3; Class Favorite 4; Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; Boys’ Quintet 3,4; Who’s Who 4; Basketball 3; NMEA Okla. City 3. IDA KATHRYN THOMAS Chorus 1; Volleyball 1,2. 3; Basketball 1; National Honor Society 4; Librarian 2; Faculty Typist 4. VILA JEAN TUCKER Tennis 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; All-State Band 2,3; Madrigal Club 3; All-State Orchestra 4; Annual Staff ; Class Officer 4; National Honor Society 4; NMEA Okla. City 3; Faculty Typist 4. PATSY WALKER Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1,2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Tennis 2, 3,4; Volleyball 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Soft-ball Team 2,3; Cheerleader 3; Librarian 1,2.fycctUoM, MRS. SNELL MR. STRINGER SPONSORS TOOTSIE BOWDEN, President KERRY DAUGHERTY, Vice President PEGGY FROST, Secretary HATTIE COFFEY, Treasurer SHIRLEY WILLIAMS BESSIE WYCHE SAMMY WEAVER Sponsored by WATSON TRUCK AND SUPPLY AINSWORTH, EVON BOWEN BOAZ, TOMMIE BOWDEN, TOOTSIE BOWDEN, POKE CLEMENT, RONALD COFFEY, HATTIE BOYD, MURLDEEN DAILEY, ETTA HINMAN, LeROY HOLDER, JAMES HUNTER, BOBBY HUNTER, REBA Sponsored by EUNICE JEWELRYMcAFEE, JEAN McCARROLL. BETTY McCASLIN. SHIRLEY McSPADDEN, BARBARA WARREN. MAURINE WHEELER, MARILYN WHITE. 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Payne, Sue Roberts, Bobby Samaniego, Mary Self, Rossetta Scott, Terry Smith, Jerry Stulting, Sue Walker, Nelda Wood, Mary Hines, Francene Reed, Joyce Villines, Ronald Sponsored by DAIRY QUEEN, HobbsMrs. Hassler Barber, Elvin Bayes, Andrew Bishop, Wanda Bohannon, Beth Brown, Don Christinson, Thelma Curran, Anita Tankersly, Dorothy Flowers, James Garcia, Manuela Graham, Jimmy Grogan, Shirley Haney, Billy Hardy, Junice Harper, Joe Harvey, Betty Herricks, Jerry Hudson, Ronnie Leach, Eugene Magee, Burl McCann, Oralee Mclntre, Anthony Nelms, Wanda Osborne, Billy Owens, Joy Parker, Wezetta Rowe, Glenda Rogers, Donald Russell, Delrois Seay, Mary Stewart, Boyd Shields, Sandra Waggoner, Ernest Witherspoon, Phynus Sanders, Gary Zart, Joe Randall, Virginia Hamlett, Lonnie Sponsored by ECONOMY SHOE STORE Hobbs'pountA tpituie Mrs, Cearley Akin, Dale Bishop, Nevell Blalock, Sandra Dodd, Jerry Brown, Buel Cobb, Earl Crocker, Van Cole, Melvin Cook, Clint Davis, Charles Dearman, David Ezzell, Leroy Farr, Bobby Ferguson, Gary Gladson, Carla Golden, Clarence Gordon, Ronald Harless, Linda Henry, Ethel Huerta, Francisco Idleman, Jane Key, Sharon Miller, Twila Parks, Dutch Scoggins, Peggy Stewart, John Taylor, Eddie Trimble, Dale Ray Turner, Billy Walker, John Webb, June Wheeler, Virginia Witherspoon, Nita Simmons, Ray Sponsored by AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY HobbsMrs. Carter Caton, Bobby Chaney, Cloys Cole, Norman Costin, Neldon Frost, Junior Koepp, Weidner Groomer, Harold Hampton, Darlene Hampton, Milton Hankins, Louise Hassler, Patsy Hobsin, Vera Hodge, Mae Hooper, Travis Martin, Terry Ragan, Lynda Reese, Patsy Rogers, John Schwegman, Janice Smith, Diana Smith, Hal Smith, Kenny Steadham, Caroline Tate, Robert Terrell, Patricia Walenciak, Paul Walters, Davis Walker, Arthur White, Johnny Witt, Tommy Anderson, JerryMrs. Coffman Cooper, Victor Cook, Jerry Dunn, Billy Joe Galbreath, Linda Gariepy, Joyce Gordon, Wayne Gregg, Joe Paul Gunders, John Ellis Hamlett, Larry Hamlett, Saundra Hardison, Don Hopper, Linda Kay Howell, Sue T H I R D G R A D E Kaup, Barbara Kemp, Glenn Kendrick, Jerry Kennedy, Eldon Laney, Flo Ella Lynn, Carolyn Malone, Sandra McSpadden, Jean O’Donnell, Norene Osborn, Nix Plattsmier, Don Quick, Earl Rae, Bonnie Fay Roach, Dean Sanders, Shirley Simmons, Randy Solomon, Jimmy Tebeaux, Jene Turner, Gwendolyn Miss Hughes Able, John Bailey, Billy Bailey, Larry Baker, Judith Campbell, Rena Jo Carlson, Jack Carter, Gerald Chism, Rebecca Clark, Jerry Cole, Carolyn Dean, Bonnie Erwood, Charles Fulks, Paulette Hamlett, Shirley Hampton, George Harden, C. 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Sponsored by THE CROWN STORE HobbsF I R S T G R A D E Mrs. Bartholomew Allen, Retha Baker, Terry Blevins, Kirby Byous, Janet Christenson, Sue Crissey, James Davis, Judy Dennis, Lawrence Eubank, Billy Flippin, Harold Frederickson, Kay Goode, Gayle Gore, Brenda Kay Hollon, Jimmy Laney, Michael McDaniel, Gary Mclntire, Rex Noel, Wayne Parks, Kay Purcell, Jerry Rampley, Gregory Robinson, Harlen Sims, Betty Sue Sikes, Gary Smith, Patricia Solomon, Barbara Turner, James Mrs. Harbour Bohannon, Leslie Bowen, Carolyn Brown, Mickey Carpenter, Kay Cayce, Dick Chidester, Larry Cook, David Dollar, Billy Elliott, Phillip Farr, Allen Jordan, Betty Jane Graham, Paul Dee Haynes, Kenneth Holcomb, Jeanie Mills, Larry Moss, Norvell Parker, Larry Sponsored by BARNES ELECTRIC CO. - Hobbs dl j - C s r: ' 4 ’ V I Ragan, Janie Pearson, Donnie Scott, Joe Smith, Jeanne Stringer, George White, Barbara Witherspoon, Sandria Terry, Arthur Gabbard, Quita Rae Mrs. Bailey Baugh, Dennis Breland, Cecil Bulman, Wesley Calwell, Saundria Carmack, Dwayne Chaney, Royce Crissey, Timothy Day, Russell Eaves, Odene Green, Ronald Hampton, Peggy Hardy, Joseph Hester, Doyne Hewgley, Robert Hines, Royce Jetton, Sybil Kennedy, Carol Sue Kennedy, Edwin Ledinski, Richard Leyva, Francisco McDonald, Charlotte Moore, Gordon Parks, Alvin Scott, George Smith, Roger Surratt, Donna Kay Swartz, Paul Trail, Frank Turner, Dale Walker, Doris Ann Winters, Jimmy Zant, James Carroll Sponsored by GIVEN BROS. SHOES - HobbsTop row: Murrell Daniel, Manager; Coach Cook, Rowland Kemp, Ronald Clement, Dale Sharp, Edwin Johnston, Coach Brown, Auburn Ballard, Manager. Middle row; James Hardison, Ronald Flowers, Albert Woodell, LeRoy Hinman, Sam Weaver, Bennie Daniel, Dan Carter, Don Smith. Bottom row: Bill Wells, Ellis Groomer, Don Cooper, Mike Duke, Tom Coulter, Freddie Mitchell, Charles Paschal.Back row L to R: Max Irwin, Johnny Ernst, Edwin Johnston, Mike Daugherty, Bennie Daniel, Larry Robertson Second row: Richard Harper, Gary Roberts, Don Smith, Jimmy Gardner Front row: Norvin Price. Le Roy Hinman. Bill Stephens, Tommy Coulter.EUNICE "HOME OF FUTURE CHAMPIONS" The Junior High Football Team COACH STRINGER COACH CEARLEY The Eunice Junior High School Basketball Team COACH CEARLEY Sponsored by: ALEX TIRE STORESTUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Lett to Riglu Tom Risinget - - ---------- Bennie Daniel - - - - - Mike Daugherty -- - ------ Jane Lee - -- -- -- -- — - -- -- -- -- -- ■ - - Treasurer Vice President -----President - - Secretary The Eunice Chapter of the National Honor Society Sponsors: Mrs. Daugherty, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Byous, Mr. Caton, Mr. Davis.Assistant Editor LLOYD WRIGHT Editor-in-Chief GARY NOGS Snapshot Editor JERRY BROWN Copy Editor GERALDINE EARHARTBusiness Manager TOM RISINGER Assistant Business Manager RICHARD HARPER Boys Sports Editor MIKE DAUGHERTY Girls Sports Editor ROBERTA SHAFER JEAN McAFEE SANDY LYNN GLENDA SURRATT FRANCES COFFEY MARY NELL SMITH WILBERT A VAN NOY 4-1 JEAN McAFEE GLENDA SURRATT FRANCES COFFEYDirected by: ORIN L. BARTHOLOMEW "Sand Sponsored by PAY DAY STORE - Eunice -Beginners' Band under the direction of Mr. Bartholomew A scene during Senior High Band rehearsal NOELENE KENDRICK Drum Major 1951-1952 Sponsored by: ACME LUMBER CO. %ome £co to tUc4 Style Show Winners SANDY LYNN PATTY SMITHKING DONALD COOPER - QUEEN JANE LEE ANN WHITE SANDRA MALOCH KATHRYN WHITE ALICE SMITH Freshman Attendant Sophomore Attendant Junior Attendant Senior Attendant QUEEN JANE LEE Senior Sponsored by LEA COUNTY STATE BANK CAST OF CHARACTERS Mr. Morlock, Self-Centered Father Mrs. Morlock, Sensible Mother Mary Morlock, Daughter Jessica Morlock, Daughter Mildred, Dead-Pan Maid . Joe Lanconi, Mary's Fiance Luigi Lanconi, Joe's Papa . Martha. Luigi's Departed Wife Sponsored by HOBBS PIPE AND SUPPLY 1814 W. Marland Hobbs Miss Akers, Mr. Morlock's Secretary Lucifer, Man from "Below” Mrs. Schmaltz, a Lost Soul Mrs. Frinck, German Washwoman Mr. Black, Mortician Jake, Newsboy James Hardison Maurin© arren C) Billie Gladden ° r Tommie Boaz Kerry Daughtery Bennie Daniels - Novin Price Katherine White Lawrence Kennedy Hattie Coffee Glenda Jetton Sponsored by Tootsie Bowden CHENEY'S RANC Richard Smith STORE James Holder Hobbs"DRUMS OF DEATH" THE CAST Celeste, an Octoroon Servant-----------------Noelene Kendrick Sheldon Harley, Overseer of Bailey Property-------------Lloyd Wright Jules, a Haitian Negro Gary Noss Mrs. Oakley, the Housekeeper Winona Hodel Mrs. Gillette, Mr. Bailey's Sister-----------------------Alice Smith Eugenia Bowles, a Relative Latricia Baysinger Amelia Gillette, Mrs. Gillette's Granddaughter----------Geraldine Earhart Newton Cooper, the County Sheriff----------------------Jerry Brown Doctor Cameron, a Midnight Visitor-------------------Richard Harper Paula Bailey-----------------------JANE LEE c +JERRY BROWN LLOYD WRIGHT 'U tuy'd 74J6 Sponsored by: DENNIS HARDWARE and SPORTING GOODSNOELENE KENDRICK ALICE SMITH Sponsored by: ED CANNEDY“B” TEAM BASKETBALL 1st Row - Richard Smith, Don Adams, Ronald Flowers, John McCaslin, Tommy Rideout, Larry McSpadden 2nd Row - Don Steadham, Carroll Shelton, Jackie Morris, Jackie Roberts, Bill Wells, Tommy Hiser 3rd Row - Manager Merrill Daniels, Albert Woodell, Rowland Kemp, Jimmie Snell, Charles Paschal, Winifred Baggett, Coach Brown JUNIOR HIGH TEAM 1st Row - Donald Locke, Ronnie Patterson, Charles Hartgraves, Richard Brown, Tony Bryant, Bobby Hamlett, Richard Quick, Bobby Harvey, Jimmy Caton, Robert Flippin, Bobby Tucker, Jack Morris 2nd Row - Charles Hankins, James Kennedy, Dale Marshall, Harry Gruber, Bill Hanks, Clay Osborn, Richard Irwin, Ronald Darnell, Leon Sims, Freddie Mitchell, Ray Wallach, Tommy Bright, Coached by O. M. Cearley, Managers, Don Reese and Donnie McCarrell.JUNIOR-HIGH TENNIS Sponsored by: EUNICE NEWS STAND----- - L. EUNICE TRACK TEAM First row: Coach O. M. Cearley, Freddie Mitchell, Harold Flowers, Ellis Groomer, Don Adams, Ronnie Flowers. Second row: Edwin Johnston, Mike Daugherty, Johnny Scoggins. LeRoy Hinman, Donald Cooper. SENIOR BASKETBALL PLAYER SENIOR BASKETBALL PLAYERtnEunice High School Special Music Group Sponsored by: EUNICE CHAMBER of COMM0ICE GIRLS TRIO Tommy Boaz, Second Soprano; Betty Carpenter, First Soprano; Mahona Daniel, Alto. CARDINAL QUINTET Tom Risinger, Fisrt Tenor; Jerry Brown, Second Tenor; Gary Noss, Second Tenor; Lloyd Wright, Baritone; Mike Daugherty, Bass.High school students representing Eunice at the All-State Band, Chorus, and Orchestra Clinic in Sante Fe, January 31, February 1 and 2. A group of happy but sleepy travelers ready to set out for Sante Fe and the All-State Clinic.Ton (?) COACH, TEAM, MANAGERS, ANu TROPHIES IN THE DRESSING ROOM AFTER THE GAME Sponsored by ELLIS ROWLAND HOBBS GETS REBOUND IN TENSE MO MENT IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TIE BALL IN HOBBS-EUNICE CHAMPI ONSHIP GAME - WE WON - 51 TO 48 (OVERTIME) EUNICE PLAYERS WAITING FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ALL DISTRICT TEAM ALL DISTRICT TEAM - BRININSTOOL. JAL; PRUITT, ELAM, WILDER, HOBBS; ANDERSON, LOVINGTON; DAUGHERTY, EUNICE; BULLINGTON, LOVINGTON; HINMAN, DANIEL, EUNICE. EUNICE SCORES BADLY NEEDED FREE SHOT IN SECOND HALF OF CHAMPIONSHIP GAME NOME PART OF THE CROWD AROUND THE PLAYERS’ BENCH AFTER THE EUNICE VICTORY PRUIT - HOBBS WITH SECOND PLACE TROPHY, ANDERSON - LOVINGTON WITH THIRD PLACE, DAUGHERTY - EUNICE WITH TRAVELING TROPHY, HINMAN -EUNICE WITH FIRST PLACE TROPHY. COULTER - EUNICE WITH SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY52 CLASS HISTORY Back in 1941 there was the beginning of a great organization: The Seniors of 1952! Of our Seniors this year, the ones who began their education in the first grade at Eunice were: Iva Jean Barber. Marianne Bramlett, Alice Smith, and Noelene Kendrick. During our grade school years we gained the following students who proved to be assets to our class: Gary Noss. from Sante Fe. New Mexico; Winona Hodel, from Dodson. Texas; Lloyd Wright, from Olney, Texas; Vila Tucker, from Skedee. Oklahoma; Jane Lee. from Beaumont. Texas; Flora Price, from Monahans. Texas; Ruby Eaves, from Gorman. Texas; Geraldine Earhart. from Seagraves. Texas; and Carol Standefer, from Denver City. Texas. Upon our entry into Junior High we found our class with several new students: Donald Clements from Hobbs. New Mexico; Mike Daugherty from Hobbs. New Mexico; Linda Johnston from Sundown. Texas; Kathryn Thomas, from Healdton, Oklahoma; Donald Cooper from Shidler, Oklahoma; and La-tricia Baysinger from Chase, Kansas. Now we really are a part of Eunice High School as we enter the Freshman class. We remember with pleasure the initiation party the Seniors gave us. We gained the following members to our class: Tom Risinger from Shidler, Oklahoma; Roberta Shafer from Seminole, Oklahoma; Jerry Brown from Bowlegs. Oklahoma; and Patsy Walker from Las Vegas, Nevada. At the end of our Sophomore year we took a wonderful trip to Carlsbad! Our sponsors had nearly as much fun as we did. We really enjoyed our Junior year! It was a lot of work, but we had fun! We gave the Seniors a banquet on April 13. Our theme was "A Southern Plantation”, and it was very pretty. Our play was "Me and My Shadow" and everyone seemed to enjoy it very much. Our sponsors were Mrs. Snell and Mrs. Preuit. Patsy Pendleton came to us from Crane, Texas; and Betty and Pat Shields from Wink, Texas. Now we have reached our goal - - Seniors of '52! We have gained several new.students this year. Bob Ckborn from Bowlegs. Oklahoma; Richard Harper from Seagraves. Texas; Thelma Diller from Carlsbad. New Mexico; and Jack Shelton from Hobbs, New Mexico. Our sponsors are Mr. Davis and Mrs. Conway, who came to our class after we lost Mrs. Smith to Alaska Our Senior play was "Drums of Death." Every member of the cast certainly enjoyed presenting the play. Everyone considered the play a huge success! This is our history up to the present, but our motto, "Let the ropes of the past ring the bells of the future", reveals our hopes that the future years are as successful as the past ones have been. 20tlC ;4 tcC lettcuKMt We, the Senior Class of 1952, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath to the Junior Class our high standards, to the underclassmen, our deep and sincere respect of Eunice High and all the things it stands for. Cherish it and respect it. Latricia Baysinger wills all her old boyfriends to Flo Ann Noss, who needs them more than she does; and her grades in bookkeeping to some future Senior. Donald Cooper wills his ability to serenade the girls to Freddie Mitchell. Richard Harper wills his ability to get along with Mr. Bart to James Hardison. Noelene Kendrick wills her ability to twirl her baton to Sue Price. Tom Risinger wills his locker (42) to any person brave enough to clean it out. Jean Barber wills her shorthand book and grades to Anjie White. Kathryn Thomas wills her typewriter and all the used paper to next year's typing class. Linda Johnston wills her ability to scrub flats to the Speech II students next year. Carol Standefer wills her determination to graduate to Frances Hinman and her ability to stay home to Bill Standefer. Winona Hodel wills her ability to get along with Mr. Davis to Bill Stephens. Pat Walker wills her height to Doris Coffman, and her sneeze to Connie Burnett. Mike Daugherty wills his ability in Basketball to Rowland Kemp and his aversion to girls to Donnie Ponder. Betty Shields wills her freckles to Kathryn White. Alice Smith wills her ability to get along with teachers to Gail Wildman and her red hair to Norvin Price. Pat Shields wills her ability to get typing budgets in on time to Tootsie Bowden. Honey Wright wills his shy manner to LeRoy Hinman and his chair in band to Charles Paschal. Jerry Brown wills his guitar and "Foolish Questions" to Edwin Johnston. Mari Bramlett wills her long black hair to Carolyn Elliott. Donald Clement wills his stage managing ability to Jimmy Snell. Ruby Eaves wills her paint brush and poster colors to Maurine Warren. Gary Noss wills his ability in leadership to Bob Hunter and his place in the quintet to Lawrence Kennedy. Jane Lee wills her ability. Bob Osborn wills his convertible to Tommy Coulter, and his well-used chair in aviation class to Ronnie Flowers. Thelma Diller wills her square dancing ability to Nancy Kendrick. Jack Shelton wills his ability to be able to anyone not apt to have ability. Geraldine Earhart leaves her Levis to Betty Dempsey and her ability to leave to any future senior. Franklin Sims “just stepped out." Flora Price wills her place behind the cosmetics counter to Sandy Lynn. Roberta Shafer wills those eyes of hen to Billie Gladden. Pat Pendleton wills her giggles to Betty Carpenter. Vila Tucker leaves her clarinet on the chair for anyone to pick up. and her notes on Macbeth to Peggy Frost. As the years came around to 1965, I decided to visit all of my old Senior classmates of the 1952 graduating class. As I stepped into the new Inter-Coastal Rocket-Ways a smile greeted me. and instantly I knew that Pat Pendleton was still in the public eye even though she had quite a large family in the seats surrounding her. Walking up to my seat, 1 heard a familiar voice. Glancing up at the cockpit. I saw the tall figure of Bob Osborn. Yes. Mr. Byous' aviation class helped him in this new rocket age. Shortly we found ourselves in Oklahoma City, where I noticed two more old friends at the airport. I saw Geraldine Earhart and Vila Tucker who were on tour with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. After lunch I boarded another plane for Albuquerque where I was to visit my old university, UNM. There Prof. Mike Daugherty greeted me from his engineering class that he absent-mindedly left studying. Mike told me that a former singing partner of ours, Lloyd Wright, was now in Australia building Kangaroo traps. He wanted to be an engineer. After leaving the local rocket at the Eunice airport, I noticed my cab driver was Richard Harper, who was still trying to figure out Mrs. Scarborough's English assignments. I chatted a moment with Carol Standefer who was standing in front of her huge mansion; she has done quite well in the grocery business. She informed me that Tom Risinger had taken over Mr. Davis' government class. The radio in the cab was tuned to KERB, and I soon found that Donald Cooper had replaced Charlene Arthur, Later, I left for Dallas and as I flew over Ranger, Texas, the attractive stewardess. Marianne Bram-lett, pointed out the large ranch of the famous artist. Ruby Eaves. The Neiman-Marcus store in Dallas was busy and I noticed a style show was in progress; there I saw Flora Price was one of the models. In the candy department, I noticed a saleslady arranging a display, yes, I was right, it was Betty Ellen Shields; she also sells prize crochet work. As I started across the street, Donald Clement, in the garb of a traffic cop, was busy bossing other people around. Again I left, this time for Phoenix, where Jerry Brown was leading an orchestra in a large hotel. Next door, I noticed a neat office managed by Latricia Baysinger who is still sticking her nose into other peoples books; she's a Certified Public Accountant.Later on, in San Francisco, I stepped into an elevator and noticed Franklin Sims. He still has high ambition, but he has his ups and downs. Back on the street again, I passed a large theater. A familiar face was in the ticket booth; it was Ida Kathryn Thomas, who now owns a large chain of theaters. The star of the current hit was Noelene Kendrick. She finally has made the top. Later as I stopped in Los Angeles. I noticed a large restaurant bearing the name "Dee's Club." Inside, I noticed a smartly dressed woman directing the kitchen traffic. When she saw me she smiled and came toward me with a hearty smile that let me know Winona Hodel was a large success in her field. As I ate dinner, she brought me up up to date on others in our class. Iva Barber and Linda Johnston are raising children in Alaska; it seems they met two gold prospectors. Jane Lee was singing her way around the world. She's in Paris now--still single. Alice Smith went back to Eunice, but Mrs. Brown refused to retire so Alice still hasn't taught her English Class. Pat Walker is now Vice President of Kennedy Enterprises Inc. Thelma Diller, after her experience with the Gingham Girls, has opened a chain of Dance Studios across the continent. Roberta Shafer has been given a contract with M. G. M.; it seems they needed a replacement for Betty Hutton. After a long college training, Pat Shields is now teaching in Wink High School. Jack Shelton, now a famous radio announcer, started out as a bookkeeper, but the Senior Play gave him the needed incentive to try radio. Now, I have finally finished my copy and met another deadline, for I'm still an editor trying to make my deadlines. Gary NossCALENDAR 1951-52 SEPTEMBER 4 Enrolled 7 Football - Alamogordo, We lost 45-6 14 Football - Santa Rosa We won 13-7 21 Football - Hobbs We lost 52-0 OCTOBER S M T W T F S 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 SEPTEMBER S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 OCTOBER 5 Football - Lovington We lost 19-12 9 Band to Roswell for Eastern New Mexico 1st. prize 24-26 State Teachers’ Meeting, Albuquerque 26 Football - Jal, We lost 33-6 NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 9 Football - NMMI - We lost 25-19 S M T W T F S 16 Football - Van Horn, Texas, 1 We lost 27-0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 20 Jr. Play-"Rest Assured" 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 Sr. Talent Show 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 30 Basketball - Jal, We won 36-34 6 24 25 26 27 28 29 DECEMBER S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 DECEMBER 17 Basketball • Hobbs, we lost 38-35 4 Band played for Chamber of Commerce Banquet 7 Home Economics Style Show 8 Basketball - Hagerman - We won 24-23 13 Band marched for Chamber of Commerce Christmas Program 14 Basketball - Tatum, We lost 43-40 15 Basketball - Lovington We won 37-32 20 Christmas Band Program and Chorus 21 Basketball - Melrose, We lost 35-38 21 School Christmas Party 22 Blind Tournament at Artesia, We won 1st. Beat Hope 43-17 and Artesia 47-4211 12 15 17 18 19 25 90 29 31 JANUARY CALENDAR 1951-52 Basketball - Artesia - We won - 40-28 Basketball - Texico - We won - 45-17 Basketball - Hobbs - We won 47-36 Basketball - Las Cruces - We won - 38-36 overtime Basketball - Anthony - We lost - 26-25 Basketball - Hot Aprings - We won 36-25 Basketball - Tatum - We lost - 38-37 Basketball - Forrest - We lost - 36-33 Basketball - Carlsbad - We lost - 41-38 overtime Basketball - El Rito - We lost - 43-32 All State Band and Chorus Jan. 31, Feb. 1,2 JANUARY 3 M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 F FEBRUARY 1 Basketball - Roswell - We lost - 48-25 2 Basketball - Lovington - We won - 43-25 8 Senior Play 9 Basketball - Jal - We won - 39-35 12 PTA Honor Society Program 14 Basketball - Hope - We won - 40-26 15 Jr. High and "B" Squad Tournament - Hobbs 21 22 District Tournament - Eunice 23 29-Mar. 1 - Regional Basketball Tournament Tournament Roswell MARCH 3 Seniors to Lovington 5 ENMU Band Assembly 7-8 State Basketball Tournament -Albuquerque 14 Variety Show 20 Lettermen's Banquet 28 ''Little Foxes” MARCH S M T W T F S I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 6 25 26 27 28 29 FEBRUARY S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 APRIL 5 M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 APRIL 4-5 District Music Festival-Clovis 4 Teachers' Meeting 11 Easter Holidays 17 Chorus Trip 18-19 Cavern Relays 23-24 District Baseball Tournament 26-27 District Track Meet 29 Operetta MAY 2-3 State Track Meet 6 Band Program 8-9 Band Trip 16 Jr. -Sr. Banquet 18 Bacculaureate 22 Commencement 23 School Out MAY S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31Pay Day Store Eunice Cleaners Alex’s Tire Store Mercury Cleaners Faugh Bowden, Insurance O’Quinn Drug Store Wm. Cameron Co. Alexander Food Store Eunice Furniture Pender's Dry Goods Eunice Jewelry Standefer Gro. Mkt. Eunice Barber Shop Lea County State Bank Oil Center Cafe E. H. Service Station E. M. Rowland Trucking Co. Jenny Lind Drive-In Eunice Flower Shop Vogue Fashion Shop, Eunice Conoco Service Station Eunice Auto Supply Scott’s Grocery Market Cardinal Cafe Watson Truck Supply Dupree Office Supply Bailey's Men's Store Good Eats Bakery Y oak urns Tire Co. Economy Shoe Store Davis Office Supply Cody's Cafe Army Store Colbert's Mcllroy Boyd Drive-In We, the members of the CARDINAL staff at this time thank the following businesses for making this book possible: Gen's Flowers K.C. Store Wilbur's News Stand Thompson's Hardware Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Prices Creameries Inc. Doran Chevrolet Barnes Electric Co. Southwestern Associated Telephone Crown Store Hobbs Spring Works Hobbs Pipe . Supply Dairy Queen American Steam Laundry Hobbs Floor and Cover Co. New Mexico Furniture Charles Ellison Parafine Serv. C. R. Anthony Co. Jarrat Music Co. Vogue Fashion, Hobbs Givens Bros. Pauline's Style Shop Neithercutt's Cheney’s Piano Co. Lester's Ice Cream Oliver Wildman Acme Lumber Co. Dennis Hardware Elmer's Jewelry Eunice News Stand Lillies Style Shop Ed Cannedy Osborn's Furniture Eunice Chamber of Commerce Eunice Gulf Service Pribble Bros. Flowers 

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