Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM)
- Class of 1957
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DEDICA TION - Page 3 SCHOOL BOARD - Page 4 ADMINISTRATION - Pages 5-7 HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY - Pages 9-12 SENIORS - Pages 13-26 JUNIORS - Pages 35-43 SOPHOMORES - Pages 45-59 FRESHMEN - Pages 51 -55 ORGANIZATIONS - Pages 57-82
ATHLETICS - Pages 83-98
JUNIOR HIGH FACULTY - Pages 101-103 EIGHTH GRADE - Pages 104-107
SEVENTH GRADE - Pages 108-111
SIXTH GRADE - Pages 112-116
JUNIOR HIGH FAVORITES - Page 117 JUNIOR HIGH ACTIVITIES - Pages 118-126 ELEMENTARY FACULTY - Pages 129-132
ELEMENTARY CLASSES - Pages 133-148
ELEMENTARY ACTIVITIES - Pages 149-150
NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL - Pages 151-152Through many years Mr. and Mrs. Harden have aided in the growth and development of the seniors of 1957. In grateful appreciation to them for their patience and understanding, we dedicate this year book.
Seniors of '57
3Inset--JOHN TATE Replacing D. W. Gordon who moved away.
President - D. W. KEY Secretary - D. W. GORDON
F. F. HARDISON
C. H. CONWAY. Superintendent
C. F. FOURQUREAN
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By the time this yearbook is in your hands the final curtain probably will have been brought down on the 1956-57 performance of the Eunice Schools in the drama of education, a drama in which each pupil, each parent, and each faculty member has played an important role. The over-all success of the performance has been due to the positive contributions made by the individual performers working co-operatively with the other members of the cast.
Congratulations to each one who has played well his part in this important production.
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6Your excellent accomplishments for Eunice High School have been a double pleasure to me. As your principal, I extend to you, a hearty Congratulation and wish you the richest blessings of life. But I can also join with the other fond papas in wishing you well on your continued journey.
MR. DUDLEY BROWN Industrial Arts
MRS. LILA T. BROWN English
MR. RICHARD BROWN Mathematics
MR. O. M. CEARLEY Biology and World History
MRS. C. H. CONWAY Librarian
MR. J. C. COOK
Drivers' Education and Football
MRS. FAYECURNUTT English and Speech
MR. O. L. DAVIS History and Government
IIMR, L. B. HARDEN Chorus
MR, T. U LAUGHLIN Band and English
MR. JACK PARKER Science
MR. CHARLES PURSLEY English and Spanish
MR. ERNEST SHOTTON, JR. Mathematics and Basketball
MRS. LENORE SNELL Home Economics and English
MR. PHIL STRINGER History, P. E., and Basketball
MR. VILAS TUCKER CommercialSENIORSMRS. CHARLES E. BROWN
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JIM BOB AKIN
Basketball Manager 1,2; Football Manager 2; Junior Play; Band 1.
Chorus 1,4. Special Voice 4. Operetta 1,4; Tennis 1; Pep Squad 2; Physical Education 1, 2; Student Teaching 2 Speech and Dramatics 4; Science Club 3.
Who's Who 4; Operetta 2, 3,4, Chorus 1.2, 3,4; Librarian 3; Honor Study Hall; Speech and Dramatics 3,4; Senior Play.
Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Football 1, 3,
4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Track 1; Who's Who; Student Council 2, 3; Senior Play; Brass ensemble 3; Class Officer; Baseball; Halloween King 4.
Basketball 1, 2,3,4, All-District Basketball 3.4. All-State Basketball 3; Football 3; Baseball 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 3; Chorus 1; Band Manager 1, 2,3; Class Favorite 1; Who's Who; Boys' State Alternate.
Tennis 1; Librarian 3; Class Officer 3; Honor Study Hall 3,4; Speech 4; Annual Staff 4; Who's Who; Foot-ball Princess 4.
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Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2,3; Festival 1,2; Home Economics 1,2; Honor Roll 2,3; Honor Study Hall 4; Future Teacher As. 4;
Girls' Softball 1,2; Girls’ PE 1,
Junior Play; Senior Play; Class Officer 4; Honor Study Hall 1,2, 3,4; National Honor Society 4; 4-H Officer 2; Student Teacher 3,4; Science Club 2.
Student Council 1, 2,3. 4. Vice President of Student Council 3, President of Student Council 4; Band 1,2, 3; Class President 2,3; Chorus 1; Basketball 1,2, 3,4, All-District Basketball Team 3.4, All-State Basketball Team 3; Junior Play; Golf 1,2, 3; National Honor Society 3,4, Vice President of National Society 3; Who's Who.
Most Valuable Back 3, Football 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1, 2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; All-State Chorus 4, Chorus 1,4; Junior High Basketball Coach 4.
Physical Education 1,2; Speech and Dramatics 3,4; Safety Education 4; Annual Staff 4; Junior Play, Senior Play; Science Club 1.
Basketball 2; Chorus 4, All-State Chorus 4; Band Manager 4.
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Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Track 1; Chorus 1,2,4; PE 1,2; Honor Study Hall; Speech and Dramatics 4.
Chorus 1, 2,3. Special Voice 2; Librarian 2; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Honor Study Hall 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Class Officer 3; Halloween Attendant 2; Student Council 4; Operetta 2, 3.
Track 1; Chorus 3,4; Operetta 3,4; Senior Play. Speech and Dramatics 4. Science Club 3,4; Drivers Education 4; Tennis 1; Physical Education 1, 2, 3.
Basketball Manager 2,3.
Baseball 1; Football 1,3,4; Basketball 2; 4-H President 3; Who's Who 4; Senior Play; Chorus 1.
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Football 1, 3,4, Football Captain 4, Football King 4, Outstanding Senior Player 4, All-State Football 4, Honorable Mention North and South 4; Basketball 1; Track 4; Class Favorite 3; Who's Who; Junior Play; Senior Play; Band 1,2, 3,4. Brass Ensemble 3,4, Cornet Ensemble 3; Chorus I.
Special Voice 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3.4; Class Favorite 3; Junior Football Attendant; National Honor Society 3,4; Honor Study Hall 3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Annual Staff; National Honor Society Officer; Who's Who; Speech and Dramatics; Senior Play.
Class Favorite I; Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Band 1,2,
3; Special Voice 1,2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Who's Who; All-State Chorus 3,4; Student Council 1; Student Teacher 4; Senior Play; Cheerleader 1, 3; Operetta 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Tennis Club 1.
National Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Study Hall 1,2, 3,4, Honor Study Hall Officer 4; Boys State; Science Club 3; Annual Staff 4; Football 3,4, All-State Football 4, Most Valuable Lineman 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, All-State Basketball 3; Track 3,4; Who's Who; Senior Football Escort; S. All-Star.
Football 2,3; Basketball 2; Track 1,2,3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Baseball 1.
Student Council 1,2, 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4, All-State Band 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer 4; Junior Play 3; Girls' Sextette 4; Who's Who 4; Operetta 1,2,4; Newspaper Editor 4; Class Treasurer 1; Senior Play; Special Voice 1,2, 4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Honor Study Hall 1,2, 3, 4; Freshman Football Princess; Halloween Queen 4; Dramatics 3,4; National Honor Society Officer 4; Woodwind Quintet 4.SENIORS
Band 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; Basketball 2; Science Club 3,4; Operetta 1,2; Drivers Education 4; Tennis 1; Physical Education 1, 2.
Basketball Team Manager 2,3; Track 3,4; Basketball 4.
Band 1. 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3,4. Special Voice 1,2,3,4, Operetta 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Sextette 4; Annual Staff 4; Halloween Princess 3; Who's Who; Junior Play; Honor Study Hall 3,4; Dramatics 3; Speech 3; Girls' Choir 3; National Honor Society 4; Senior Play.
Football 1, 3,4, Football Captain 4, Honorable mention for All-State Football 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 4; Baseball 1; Projectionist Club 1; Science Club 4; Who's Who.
Chorus 1,2; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Track 1,2,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Who's Who.
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1,4; Physical Education 1,2,3; Operetta 1,4.
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Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 3; Speech and Dramatics 3,4; Librarian 1; Operetta 2,3,4; Future Teacher 4; Who’s Who 4.
Class Officer 1, 2; Halloween Princess 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Student Council Officer 4: Chorus 1,2,
3.4, Special Voice 1,2, 3,4, Sextette
2.3.4, All-State Chorus 2,3,4, Operetta 1,2, 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Honor Study Hall; Junior Play, Senior Play; Who’s Who 4; Girls' State.
Band 1,2, 3,4. All-State Band 3,4, All-State Orchestra 2, All Star Band 1, Junior Jazz Band 2, Brass Sextette
3,4, Comet Ensemble 3; Chorus 4, Special Voice 4, Boys' Quintette 4. Operetta 4; Basketball 2, Basketball Manager 1; Who's Who; Halloween Escort 1, 3; Student Council 1,2, 3,
4; Honor Study Hall; National Honor Society 3,4.
Chorus 2,3; Halloween Escort 2; Dramatics 4; Who's Who 4; Senior Play.
Science Club 1; Librarian 2, 3,4; Spanish Club 2, 3,4, Spanish Club Officer 4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, Reportei 4; Physical Education 1; Future Teacher 4.
Science Club 1; Class Officer 2; Chorus 2, 3,4. Special Voice 2, 3,4. Operetta 2, 3,4. All-State Chorus 4; Honor Study Hall 1,2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, National Honor Society President 4; Dramatics 3; Who's Who 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play. SENIORS
Football 1, 2; Junior Play.
Football 1,2,3,4. All-State Football 4; Honor Study Hall 1,2.
Chorus 1,2, Special Voice 2, Operetta 2; Band 1,2, 3,4. All-State Band 1,2, 3, 4. ABA Band 3. Woodwind Quintet 3,4, Band Librarian 3. Assistant Drum Major 3, Drum Major 4; Class Officer 3: Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Student Council 4; Who's Who 4; Honor Study Hall 1,3,
4, Honor Study Hall Officer 4; National Honor Society; All Star Band 1.
Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,4; Football Manager 3,4; Chorus 1, 2, Operetta 2; Junior Play, Senior Play; Baseball.
Class Officer 1,4; Band 1,2, 3,4. Cornet Ensemble 3, Junior Jazz Band 2; Chorus 1,2, 3,4, Special Voice 1, 2,3,4. Operetta 1,2,3,4, Boys' Quin tette 2,3,4, All-State Chorus 3,4; Who's Who; Student Council 4; Spanish Club 2, 3,4; Class Officer 3,4; Boys' State; National Honor Society 3,4; Honor Study Hall 2, 3,4, Honor Study Hall Officer 4; Junior Play, Senior Play; Student Teacher 4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Golf Team 3,4; Football 1.
Glee Club 2. Chorus 3; Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Honor Study Hall 3,4, Class Officer 4; Who’s Who; FT A 4; Operetta 3; Honor Roll 1,2; Girls' State Nominee 3; National Honor Society 3,4.
Class President 1; Cheerleader 1,2, 3; Chorus 1,2, 3,4, Girls' Senior Sextette 3,4; Junior Play; Football Queen 4; Class Favorite 4; Who’s Who; All-State Chorus 3,4, Operetta 3,4; Senior Play,
Track 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1; Class Favorite 2,4; Band 1,2, 3,4. All-State Band 1,2, 3,4, All Star Band 1. Brass Ensemble 3,4; Chorus 4, Boys' Quintette 4, Special Voice 4. Operetta 4; Who's Who; Student Council 1; Dramatics 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play,
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Football 3,4. All-State Football 4; Basketball 4; Honor Study Hall 3,4; Chorus 1,2, Chorus Operetta 2; Speech and Dramatics 4; Senior Play; Boys'
PE 3; Spanish Club 1; Driver’s Education 4.
Chorus 1, 2, 3,4, Operetta 2, 3,4, Special Voice 2, 3,4, Junior Sextet 3; Pep Squad 2; Cheerleader 2; Tennis 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3; Who's Who; Physical Education 1; Senior Play; Dramatics 3,4.
Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4. Special Voice 1, 2,4, Operetta 1,2, 3,4. Junior High Accompanist 4; Band 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Honor Study Hall 3,4; Girls' State 3; DAR Representative 4; Class Reporter 4; Who's Who; Assistant Editor of Annual 4; FTA 4; Representative to State Science Fair 3.BEST ALL-AROUND
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The history of the Seniors of '56 - '57 goes back about twelve years, when twenty members of the present Senior class first entered the Eunice School as students. These were as follows: Darrell Bearden, Jimmy Caton, Howard Chandler, Mason Costin, Don Fourquerean, Jerry Gillian, Kay Hardison, Bobby Harvey, Jim Bob Hendrickson, Juanelle Hinman, Sharon Kemp, Glenda Kendrick, Delores Langley, Mickey Lee, Jimmy Lott, Clay Osborn, Dalian Sanders, James Smith, Eddy Vaught, and Troy Tankersley.
Gradually, as we went through grade school, we gained new members to this memorable class. They were: Tommy Bright from Andrews, Texas; Edward Clement from Hobbs, New Mexico; Don Gordan from Monument, New Mexico; Jim Bob Akin from Odessa, Texas; Dorothy Chaney from Wapanucka, Oklahoma; Bobby Hamlett from Portales, New Mexico; Mary Hammitt from Jal, New Mexico; Jessie Stringer from Ada, Oklahoma; Ted Walden from Monument, New Mexico; Ralph Harryman from Magnolia, Arkansas; Ronald Payne from Hobbs, New Mexico; Paula Sorrels from Antlers, Oklahoma; Glenda Blackmon from Pioneer, Louisiana; and Donald Locke from Dayton, Texas.
Upon entering Junior High, we already had thirty-four members of the present Senior class numbering fifty-one. As we said good-bye to Junior High and hello to High School, we found we had gained ten more members. These were: Florence Green from Hobbs, New Mexico; Pat Hall from Abilene, Texas;
Luke Hoogeboom from Weiringer Wad, Holland; Gerald Hummel from Oblong, Illinois; Edgar Allen Patterson from Sundown, Texas; James Robbins from Tatum, New Mexico; Katherine Striegl from Tulia,
Texas; Burke Weber from Eldorado, Kansas; Phyllis Welch from Belen, New Mexico; and Johnny Turknett from Monahans, Texas.
On August 30, 1953, a group of Freshmen, destined to be the best in the history of Eunice High School made their debut as high school students. During this wonderful year, we added the following students to our class: Patsy Bullock from Monument, New Mexico; Jerry Heliums from Monument, New Mexico; and Veronica Moran from Mena, Arkansas. When May 21, 1954, rolled around, a sadder and wiser bunch of kids left the doors of Eunice High School, some to return as "Sophs, " some as "Fish, " and still some not at all. During this eventful year, we had no additions to our present Senior class, but we enjoyed many pleasant and sentimental moments.
As the Juniors of '55 and '56, we did many outstanding things. We gave as our Junior Play, a very colorful and exciting production of "Meet Me In St. Louis. " We also entertained the Seniors with a Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. We had a Spanish Theme which was very colorful and enchanting. To help us with preparations for these events, we gained two members: Gloria Ridenour from Wichita, Kansas, and Adolphus Calder from Jal, New Mexico.
Now the final year of instruction and participation in the Eunice School is upon most of us. Two new students, Shirley Durham from Gramby, Missouri, and Don Barnes from Roswell, New Mexico, have come to enjoy the many pleasures and honors of their Senior year with us.
We Seniors of '57 feel very honored that the football team rated second in state this year. We are also looking forward to having the state basketball champs. We are preparing a Senior play as our final production here in E. H. S. We are looking forward to a Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. But most of all we are looking forward to a trip to some unknown destination, our final project as a group - The Seniors of '57.
Jim Bob Akin wills his ability to flub-up in everything to Don Smith.
Glenda Blackmon leaves her tight blue jeans to Mary Ann Leonard.
Don Barnes bequeaths his seat in English IV to Ronald Hardin.
Darrell Bearden wills his ability to get along with Stringer to Dickie Gruber. Tommy Bright wills locker number 88 in the new gym to Tom Pippin.
Patsy Bullock wills her variety of boyfriends to Jean Gowan.
Adolphus Calder leaves his position as band manager to Mr. Laughlin. Jimmy Caton wills his height to Bobby Caton.
Howard Chandler leaves his half of Locke's locker to David Osbonson. Dorothy Chaney wills her ability to wear a real pony tail to Mary Jackson.
Sponsored By: SPANIOL FORD CO.Edward Clement wills his ability to serve cokes in the concession stand to Duane Golden.
Mason Costin wills his ability to study English to Scottie Wright.
Shirley Durham wills her loud mouth to Lawanna Howard.
Don Fourquean wills his position of football captain to Phynus Witherspoon.
Jerry Gillian bequeaths the apple-polishing which he acquired for Mr. Shotton's benefit to Jackie Stanley. Don Gordon wills his locker full of cheat sheets to Andy Frost.
Florence Green wills her artistic ability to anyone who can draw pictures for everyone and still make a B in biology.
Pat Hall wills her meek mouth to Wanda Hogan.
Mary Hammitt wills her ability to go steady the longest to Phyllis Joumagan.
Kay Hardison leaves her boyfriends to Wanda Farris.
Bobby Harvey wills his seat in English to Ray Young.
Jerry Heliums wills his dancing ability to Bill Haney.
Jim Bob Hendrickson wills his ability to stay in English III for two years straight to John Ray Terry.
Juanelle Hinman wills to Ernie Waggoner her ability to get her English assignment in American Government. Luke Hoogeboom wills his extraordinary knowledge of bookkeeping to Wybe Hoogeboom.
Sharon Kemp wills her desire to go with a tall boy to Norma Sims.
Delores Langley wills her flashing eyes to Joyce Romines.
Mickey Lee wills her liveliness to Donna Gabbard.
Donald Locke wills his lost locker key to anyone who can find it.
Veronica Moran wills a crowbar to the person who inherits locker 100.
Clay Osborn leaves his ability to get out of Shotton's study hall to Pat Chandler.
Edgar Patterson wills his distinction as a Casanova to Tommye O'Quinn.
Ronald Payne wills his ability to keep his car clean to Gary Sanders.
Gloria Ridenour wills the ability to attract a good-looking Hobbs boy to Evelyn Henry.
Dalian Sanders wills his good looks to Emery Throneberry.
James Smith wills his slyness in acquiring drip without being detected to Bud Arrant.
Paula Sorrels wills her uncanny ability to leap into typing class just as the bell rings to Betty Coulter. Katherine Striegl wills her long engagement to Nancy Baker.
Jessie Stringer wills her bashful ways to Shirley McPherson.
Eddy Vaught wills his bookkeeping book and his track shoes to VamellHart. "May they rest in peace. ”
Ted Walden wills his dear (or was it d-e-e-r??) hunting ability to Don Roberts.
Burke Weber wills his ability to get along with the teachers to Eugene Martin.
Phyllis Welch wills her memorable walk to Nona Meek.
After spending ten years in staging plays and revues I was struck by the idea to call together all my old classmates and feature them together in the grandest show ever presented to human eye. This was easier said than done, however, but being backed by unlimited resources, 1 finally rounaed them up. Now the curtain raises to disclose the many players who are appearing as their natural selves and we settle back in our seats to enjoy the brilliant pageant.
First we see Veronica Moran, who is now head of a Famous Fashion Designing shop in Paris, France, and Glenda Blackmon, now owner of a Beauty shop. Edward Clement, lawyer, and Don Barnes, general instructor at the N. M. M. L at Roswell, are here too, along with Don Fourqurean who is still chasing calves while running from the gasoline revenue officer, and Dorothy Chaney who is running a shirtwaist shop in Dallas. Bobby Harvey, the manager of the Cleveland Indians, is here, also Glenda Kendrick who is now married to a successful manager of a bubble gum factory.
Among the international celebrities appearing are Jimmy Caton, the fiist scientist to reach the moon, along with his secretary Juanelle Hinman; Edgar Allen Patterson, brilliant playwright; Ronald Payne, leader of the famous Musicians orchestra, and Jim Bob Hendrickson, all American linebacker for Notre Dame University.
Others of almost equal renown are also noted; Burke Weber, a noted cartoonist; Adolphus Calder, star
35of the Grand Ole Opera; Luke Hoogeboom, noted surgeon with his famous nurse Paula Sorrels, and his X-ray expert Don Gordon.
There is a small group of those who have succeeded in politics. Our present Secretary of State, Ralph Harryman, is here in all his glory, surrounded by Gloria Ridenour, woman senator from New Mexico, and Patsy Bullock, leader in the Washington political society.
Some of the crowd still in Eunice are Donald Locke, biology teacher; Mary Hammitt, stenographer; Mickey Lee, owner of a chain of theaters; Gerald Hummel, undertaker; Jim Bob Akin, owner of the Eunice billiard room, and Troy Tankersley, now football coach in Eunice.
Next we see Jerry Heliums who left the rodeo to be here with us tonight. Kay Hardison, editor of the Eunice Times; Shirley Durham, an expert secretary; and Katherine Striegl, now mother of three fine children.
Howard Chandler, who is now retired on his father's ranch, flew in on his private plane piloted by Jimmy Lott. Here from a snappy dress shop in New York is Delores Langley, and also Mason Costin, famous as designer of men's hats and with him his artist, Florence Green.
Others here out of the old crowd are Ted Walden, the chief jeweler of Tiffany’s, who is accompanied by Pat Hall, who proudly displays his wares; Phyllis Welch, professor of English at E. N. M. U.; Jerry Gillian, who now sends a Christmas tree to the White House annually from his farm. Clay Osborn, the chief stage manager at M. G. M. Studios, and James Robbins, an auto racer.
Last of all we see Sharon Kemp who is now an expert nurse; Johnny Turknett, head of the J. T. Construction Co. ; James Smith, Dodge dealer; Jessie Stringer, stenographer; Dalian Sanders, who has now changed his stucco business into a large brick factory; Eddy Vaught, chief of police; and Darrell Bearden, who finally got his inheritance.
And now the curtain falls again and those interested turn slowly away, loath to leave, but glad to have seen the old familiar faces once more.
CLASS COLORS - Blue and Silver CLASS FLOWER - Carnation
CLASS MOTTO - Set Your Standards High And Rise Above Them CLASS SONG - - "You'll Never Walk Alone"
"When you walk through a storm.
Hold your head up high.
And don’t be afraid of the dark,
At the end of the storm is a golden sky,
And the sweet silver song of a lark. "
"Walk on through the wind,
Walk on through the rain,
Tho' your dreams be tossed and blown.
Walk on, Walk on.
With hope in your heart.
And you'll never walk alone,
You’ll never walk alone!"
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Delores Langley, Secretary Edgar Patterson, Sergeant-at-arms
HONOR STUDY HALLOFFICERS
Kay Hardison, Secretary Edgar Patterson, Veronica Moran, President
Mary Hammitt, Vice President Sergeant-at-arms Katherine Striegl, Reporter
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYOFFICERS: Edgar Patterson, Treasurer; Correne Robinson, Secretary; Gloria Ridenour, President; Katherine Streigel, Vice President; Mary Lowe, Treasurer; Billy Rea, Reporter.
SPANISH CLUBReporter President Vice President Secretary
ORALEE McCANN TOMMYE O'QUINN HORACE CARRELL RONNIE WESTBROOK
SCIENCE CLUBDRIVERS EDUCATION"Summer Comes To The Diamond O" Directed by: Mrs. Lenore Snell
FUTURE TEACHERS LIBRARIANSAssistant Editor DIANA HALL
Business Manager EDGAR PATTERSON
Editor KAY HARDISON
Assistant Editor SHARON KEMP
Sports Editor JIMMY CATON
CARDINAL CAPER’S STAFFfcD'i)
Katrin - - -Mama - - -Papa - - - • Dagmar - -Christine -Mr. Hyde -
Aunt Trina Aunt Sigrid Aunt Jenny Uncle Chris
- - — - — - - — Delores Langley ........... juanelle H Inman
............ - Darrell Bearden
............. Pat Hall
. — .... — . Donald Four quean ............ Dalian Sanders
........--- Mary Hammitt
... — ....... Dorothy Chaney
■ - — - Mickey Lee
............ Edgar Patterson
“ REMEMBER MAMA”
A Woman---------— - -
Dr. Johnson -------
A Nurse - - - - — - - -
Another Nurse ---------
Soda Clerk - -- -- -- -
Dorothy Schiller -------
Florence Dana Moorehead Bellboy - — .... — -
- Veronica Moran Howard Chandler
- - -James Smith
- - Paula Sorrels Glenda Blackman • - - Ted Walden
- - Jessie Stringer Glenda Kendricks
- Florence Green
- - Jerry Gillian
DIRECTED BY MRS. E. L. CUR NUTT
70JUNIOR PLAY “DOWN TO EARTH”
CAST OF CHARACTERS
■ GAVANNE MASSEY - - - RANCE SMITH - - EVELYN HENRY DOROTHY EUBANKS • BARBARA ROBBINS CORRENE ROBINSON
Millie Bromsley----------------------DIANE HALL
Baxter Bromsley-------------TOMMYE O’QUINN
June Bromsley------------------ NANCY FRANKLIN
Richard White.....................BRUCE ARRANT
Herman Howell - - ----------------DUANE GOLDEN
Robert Hanley - - - --------- - DONALD SMITH
Sponsored By: MOATES DRIVE-INNDRUM MAJOR
SHARON KEMPWoodwind Quintette
Brass EnsembleBAND LIBRARIANS
ALL-STATE BANDDirected by: MR. L. B. HARDEN
Sponsored by: EUNICE BEAUTY SHOP
Accompanied by . MRS. L. B. HARDEN
DELORES LANGLEY MICKEY LEE GLENDA KENDRICK KAY HARDISON JUANELLE HINMAN VERONICA MORAN
RONALD PAYNE DALLAN SANDERS DUANE GOLDEN EDGAR PATTERSON RONALD HARDEN
GLORIA WALLACH PHYLLIS JOURNAGAN DOROTHY EUBANKS WANDA FARRIS KAY MALONE BETTY COULTER Pianist, SHARON ECHOLS
77ALL STATE CHORUS
SPECIAL VOICE“MISS CHERRYBLOSSOM”
A Musical Comedy Presented by The Eunice High School Chorus
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Cherryblossom . . .
John Henry Smith . Henry Foster Jones . Horace Worthington James Young . . . . Jessica Vanderpool .
Togo's Pages . . . .
Geisha Girls American Girls American Boys Japanese Customers
Director . . . Organist . . . . Pianist .... Stage Manager
MR. L. B. HARDEN MRS. L. B. HARDEN . ORALEE McCANN , . PHYLLIS WELCHH
KAY HARDISON DARRELL BEARDEN
Sponsored by: DORAN CHEVROLETw
CLAY OSBORN, MRS. SNELL, MR. CATON, and JOY OWENS
Sponsored by: JODY’S FLOWER SHOP
MICKEY LEE JIM BOB HENDRICKSON
Sponsored by: PAY DAY GROCERYCoached by
J. C. (BULLET) COOK “A” TEAM FOOTBALL
Assistant Coach MARVIN McSMITH
00 I Sponsored By: PHARIS RADIATOR SHOPR. HARRYMAN, Captain J. KELLY B. WEBER
End - Senior Back - Sophomore Back - Senior
B. HOLDER R. YOUNG D. GRUBER P. WITHERSPOON
Guard - Sophomore End - Junior Back - Sophomore Back - Sophomore
F. BROOKS S. WRIGHT D. BEARDEN
End - Junior
Guard - Sophomore Back - Senior
LEA COUNTY SAND AND GRAVELR. HOOVER M. COSTIN R. SMITH D. SMITH
Back - Junior Back - Senior End - Junior Guard - Junior
V. HART H. CARRELL J. B. HENDRICKSON J. STANLEY
End - Junior Tackle - Junior Captain - Tackle - Senior Guard - Sophomore
E. M. ROWLAND TRUCKINGALL-STATE FOOTBALL “B” TEAM FOOTBALL
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88 J. W. SMITH PLUMBING AND HEATING "A” TEAM COACHES MR. J. C. COOK MR. MARVIN McSMITH
Most valuable Lineman RALPH HARRYMAN
"B" Team Coach MR. ERNEST SHOTTON
Most Valuable Back DICKIE GRUBER
"A” Team Manager JAMES SMITH
"B" Team Manager DALE AKIN
C. D. SCOTT
"A" Team Manager GARY SANDERS
89“A” TEAM CHEERLEADERS
Sponsored by: RED'S CONOCO
SHARONSHIRLEY HARRIET JEANA ANN BETTY
“B” TEAM CHEERLEADERS
Sponsored by: WHITE’S AUTO“C” TEAM CHEERLEADERS
SUE GLENDA SANDRA JEAN JANNETTE
Sponsored by: ALEXANDER'S SUPER MARKET
“A” TEAM BASKETBALL
Coached by: PHIL STRINGERTOMMY BRIGHT
52 Monahans 27
49 Tatum 34
32 Hagerman 33
58 Kermit 24
41 Lovington 36
33 Cliff 34
51 St. Peters 39
54 Floyd 25
43 Lovington 37
70 Kermit 51
34 Monahans 27
57 Jal 22
34 Tatum 27
58 Carrizozo 25
50 Tularosa 22
63 Hagerman 30
63 Dexter 30
57 Capitan 37
47 Ruidoso 34
69 Jal 31
62 Lake Arthur 33
72 St. Peters 45
Sponsored by: STANDEFER GROCERY
JERRY KELLEYDONALD LOCKE
A" and ”B" Team Managers
’C” Team Managers“C” TEAM BASKETBALL
Sponsored by: EUNICE GULF SERVICE
TENNISJUNIOR HIGHAnnual Staff, please accept the sincere appreciation of the Eunice Junior High School for your work in preparing another fine piece of work in the publication of the 1957 annual. Each publication seems to be better than previous editions, but this is naturally true since you have profited from the fine work in the past editions. However, you have much to do to improve over the past annuals and I sincerely hope and expect that you will surpass the annuals of past yean.
L W. Byous, Principal Eunice Junior High School
MR. O. L. BARTHOLOMEW Band and Geography
MRS. FLORENCE BEASLEY Sixth Grade
MR. L. W. BYOUS Science
MRS. LOIS DAUGHTERY Reading
MR. L. B. HARDIN Music
MRS. STELLA HASSLER Sixth Grade
MR. CHARLES LANKFORD Social Studies, Health
MR. TERRY LAUGHLIN Band
102MRS. RUTH LAZNIK Sixth Grade
MR. CHARLES SISSEL Social Studies and Physical Education
MISS BONNIE LEE Science and Home Economics
MRS. IVA SCARBOROUGH English and Library
MRS. ROSEMARY WILDMAN Sixth Grade
MR. MARVIN McSMITH Math and Basketball
MISS CLAIR VAGNEUR Physical Education and
SPONSORSGerald Carter Tom Cherryhomes Rebecca Chism Wallace Christenson Jerry Clark
Barbara Coffey Carolyn Cole Norman Cole Jretta Coleman Victor Cooper
Larry Curnutt Susan Dodd Sammi Drew Kenny Edwards Wayne Farris
George Fourqueran Bobby Franklin Claude Fristoe Brenda Galbreath Linda Galbreath
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Darlene Kennedy Lynn Kemp Leon Kirby Dickie Lynn Sandra Malone
Carrol Martin Stanley Mayo Sherry McLean Jeannie McSpadden Manuel Mendoza Sponsored By:
EUNICE LOCKER PLANT8TH GRADE
Patricia Reed Dale Ridgeway Kay Robinson Mary Rowe Shirley Sanders
Rita Gay Sanders Collen Sharrer Randy Simmons Helen Singletary Beverly Smith
Jessie Smith Linda Spence Gaylon Taylor Augustine Thomas Catherine Thomas
Gwen Turner Willie Turner Kenneth Whittenburg Tommy Wischmier Bobby WoodOFFICERS
MRS. IVA SCARBOROUGH 108
MR. CHARLES SISSEL MR MARVIN McSMITH
Sponsored By: j
MRS. LOIS DAUGHERTY7TH GRADE
Johnny Anderson Freita Barclay Rita Barclay Jimmie Gail Barrett Sherry Beadle
James Bertrand Lavonne Black Sue Boaz Martin Bond Jerry Bradford
Jimmy Brown Sue Brunson Faye Bulman Donald Campbell Victor Carlson
Bill Chastain Janet Cole Ervanell Collom Judy Cooper Yuvonne Cottrell
Dale Crenshaw Ella Roy Dickison Reida Dodson
Judy Dodd Marjorie Douglas
Calvin Elkins John Evans Eloy Fierro Jimmy Gabbard Mike Gladden
Troy Gladden Neil Goodman Mary Green Vernon Green Waymon Green
Johnny Grogan Tommy Grogan Norma Graves Gene Gunderson Linda Hahn
Joe Hall Earnest Hamie Soundra Hammett Sharon Hammitt Clifford Harden
Brenda Harrell Lloyd Hasty Kay Hendrickson Bobby Hicks Macy Holder
Floris Hoogeboom Loran Hopper Kenny Houston Carolyn Hummel Harriet Idleman
Jerry Jordan Glenn Kemp Bruce Kendrick Jeffry Key Hopi Lara
Billy Lee Linda Locke Lindy Lott Rita Louy Walter Lowe
Carol Loyd Carolyn Lynn Kathy Magee Linda Malone Archie Mann
EUNICE MOBILE SERVICE H. T. Loyd7TH GRADE
Rebecca Martin Wanda Martin James Massey Dean Mathis Jean Mayfield
Leta McCaslin Linda Moore Donald Owings George Parsons Gail Ann Parish
Jimmy Parrish James Quick Norma Reed Patsy Reynolds Jeane Risinger
Wayne Rutledge Janice Sharrer Billie Singletary Kay Sparkman Jo Ann Stulting
Royce Taylor Shirley Terry Thelma Truman D. L. Walker James Walker
Judy Wallace Ginger Wallach Jim Ward Larry Ward Susie Weber
Bryan Willard Ronnie Wylie
MRS. ROSEMARY WILDMAN 112
MRS. RUTH LAZNIK
MRS. STELLA HASSLER
MRS. FLORENCE BEASLEY6TH GRADE
Murphy Able Sharon Able John Anderson Pamela Anthony James Barclay
Billy Barlow Herman Bishop Peggy Bishop Niska Blevins Rusty Blevins
J. B. Blevins Juanita Brown Donna Bryant Janet Byous Roger Bulman
Dona Calvert Danny Campbell Roger Carmack Kay Carpenter Danny Carver
Larry Chidester Sue Christenson Roy Clark Barbara Collins James Coulter
Phillip Curtis Sherry Curry Hallie Davis Judy Davis Brenda Denton
Kay De Spain Emma Devers Jimmy Eaves Billy Eubanks Elva Fierro
Sponsored By: NORM AN S MEN WEAR
George Ford Ronald Free Len Freemyer Quita Gabbard Raymond Gartman
Kathleen Grayson Ronald Green Elmo Gregory Brenda Gore Bobby Gruis
Larry Hale Ronald Hammond Joseph Hardy Archie Hemken Danny Hendricks
Doyne Hester Ronald Holder Morris Hopper Linda Hopper Darmy Howard
Tony Howell Tommie Huff Jimmy Landes Barbara Lytle Janet Manard
Donald May Ronald May Johnny McAfee Nancy McLain Joe Mitchell
Sandra Moore Nancy Lee Morgan Norma Nolen Bobby Patterson 114 Jerry Purcell6TH GRADE
Lillian Ragland Gregory Rampley Vada Faye Reynolds Joe Etta Ritz Harlen Robinson
Ross Robinson George Scott Terry Seim an Betty Sims Vickie Simmons
Lynda Sue Simpson Sidney Simpson Bennie Smith Earl Smith Jeannie Smith
Howard Smith Patricia Smith Pamela Stoner George Stringer Paul Swartz
Mike Taylor Barbara Terrell Gerldine Thomas Cherrie Thurman Dorthie Turner
Wieger Uitterdyk Joyce Wallace Gary Ward Elton Warren Darlene Welch
Johnny Williams Helen Whittenburg Sandra Witherspoon Jimmy Witherspoon Harold Wooley Sponsored by
DENTON'S SKELLY SERVICE
115JUNIOR HIGH FAVORITES
Secretary- Treasurer Barbara Coffey
President Charles Patterson
Vice President Mike Gladden
STUDENT COUNCILJUNIOR HIGH BAND Directed by: T. L. LAUGHLIN
Directed by: O. L. BARTHOLOMEW SIXTH GRADE BAND
SIXTH GRADE CHORUSES
Director - MR. L. B. HARDEN Assistant - EDGAR PATTERSON
BARBARA COFFEY BONNIE REA LINDA SPENCE
SHERRY McLEAN CAROL PENDLETON
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERSJUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
8th GradeSeventh Grade
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Eighth GradeGIRLS’ P. E.
TENNISCongratulations to the annual staff for their untiring efforts in publishing an annual worthy of the school it represents. This is an achievement of which they should be proud.MRS. ROSALIE AKIN Pre-First Grade
MRS. STELLA BAILEY High-First Grade
MRS. NUTA BARTHOLOMEW Pre-First Grade
MRS. LORENE BREEDLOVE High-First Grade
MISS MARY BROWN Second Grade
MRS. MARY BURT Fourth Grade
MRS. WILLIE LEE COFFMAN Third Grade
MRS. RUBY IRIS CEARLEY Fourth Grade
MRS. FRANCES CATON Pre-First
129MR. WALLACE GOODMAN Fifth Grade
MRS. PAULINE HARDIN Music
MRS. LENA HUGHES Third Grade
MRS. MABEL McDOUGAL Pre-First
MRS. AGNES SHEPARD Fifth Grade
MRS. OPAL TUCKER Fifth Grade
MRS. LORENE WALLIS Pre-First
MRS. MARY YELL Second Grade
130GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY
MRS. CLETUS CARTER Fourth Grade
MRS. DOROTHEA CURRY Pre-first Grade
MRS. DOROTHY FARLEY Second Grade
MRS. RUTH CARTER Fourth Grade
MRS. VIOLA DAVIS Second Grade
MRS. JULIA FORD Fifth Grade
MISS WINNIFRED CARTER Second Grade
MRS. GLADYS FANCHER Exceptional Children
MRS. BLANCHE FRANKLIN Third Grade
Mrs. Ford's Room Becky Arwood Burnace Boles Sandy Boyett Janet Brown Tommy Brown
Diana Bump Stevie Dyer Dickey Eaves Earlene Farris Mary Gutierrez
Johnny Harrell John Huff Brenda Jones Joyce McLish Sandy Moore
Patricia Nave Larry Parker Douglas Rusk Judith Rutledge Darlene Spence
Milton Summery Richard Wallace Allen Wilson Beverly Wylie Mr. Goodman's Room: Gary Brooks
Benny Allgood Bob Calhoun James Dennis Don Diamond Judy Olegg Larry Goodman
Dick Hammond Larry Hart Tina Kennedy Dena Key Kenneth Kuhn Will Montgomery
Fred Morris Brenda Pritchard Janie Ragan Virginia Ragland Jobeth Reynolds Linda Schrader5TH GRADE
Fred Waggoner Sherry Williams Yvonne Wright Judith Woolsey Mrs. Shepard's Room: Sharon Dodd
Jeanette Evans Larry Gerber Phyllis Green Tommy Gruber Joyce Haase
Rickey Hatley Bobby King Katherine Kirby Joseph Landers Richard Lannen
Earl Lyons Charles Mann Jeff Morris Dorthea Morton Carole Sue Perkins
Lee Salone Sandra Scott Gail Sharrer Bonnie Smith Roy Stulting
James Turner Shirley Warren Dick Wheeler, Jr. Mrs. Tucker's Room: Terry Baker Glenda Brooks
Pattie Carlson Nancy Colin Lawrence Dennis James Dodson Odene Eaves Eloise Ford Larry Franklin Eva Lou Grogan Leslie Hester Freda Moore
Sponsored By: JARRETT'S MUSIC STORESTH GRADE
Gary Moran Lucia Qsmondson Vicki Pender Joe Scott Lillian Sims
Lois Spalding James Sweet Tommie Thornton Dale Turner Dennis Winters
Mrs. Burt's Room:
Linda Anderson Patty Bailey Brenda Barber Cleo Boyett
Shirley Clegg Lorreen Cole Danny Crow Ronnie Curry Mike Ditmore
Annette Elkins Kathie Foss Charley Lisenbee Bobby Mathis Jean Newman
Jennie Lee Noble Kenneth Parker Wayne Pierce Elaine Purcell Flora Mae Quick
Margaret Ray Lonia Rusk
Terry Don Scarborough Raymond Sharrer Dan Slate
Betty Smith Terry Trainor Dwane Vowell Roland Wildman Terry Willard Joyce Wooley
Sponsored By: PRESS' DRIVE-IN4TH GRADE
Mis. Cletus Carter's: Gail Bagwell Donald Booth Judy Bowman Virginia Boyett Jan Bridges
Tony Bryant Ann Carrell Jolene Chidister Glenda Daniels Judith DeGroot
Clifton Foster Michael Fowler Lewis Gildon Kenneth Grogon Larry Hammond
Duane Hopper Rebecca Hye Royce Jones Donnie Leach Lee Leonard
Gailand Overton Shirley Reed Diane Robbins Jimmy Robinson Alfred Ruiz
Joyce Salone Ruth Ann Scoggins James Smith Kinney Smith Janetta Turner
Charles Wiley Barbara Wooley Mrs. Ruth Carter's: Wardell Allen Pam Armstrong Alexa Burt Suzanne Colborn Norreen Cole Karen Cumutt Roy Davis Judy Ford Kay Frederickson Frankie Gardner
Sponsored By: WESTERN ART STUDIO4TH GRADE
Allen Hahn Larry Harney Charles Heard Dwight Holder Margrete Hoogeboom
Billy Jordan Otis Langley Lenora Luckie Mike Montgomery Jerry Nave
Gaye Nell Smith
Mrs. Ruth Carter’s Room:
Ya Vetta White Larry Willard Madge Wilson Jimmy Winters Slyvia Wischemier
Bobby Wooley Janice Young Mrs. Cearley's Room: Leslie Bohannon Dean Boyd Pattie Clark
Sol Erdwurm Howard Grogan Norman Harless Marilyn Hasty Coleen Hopper
Betty Jordan Bill Keel Cardan Kelton Virginia Kirby Marilyn McCulloch Ronald Neal
Teresa Northcott Linda Pearcy David Ridenour Eugene Roberts Judy Sessions Floyd Sims4TH GRADE
Paul Sims Dale Smith Donna Snodgrass Larry Stevenson Jean Taylor, Jr.
Teresa Tonge Rita Tucker Alice Wade Brenda Wilkerson Kathryn Womack
Bob Allen Danny Berry Dianne Bland Tommy Bost Gregory Bradford
Jerry Brow Rex Busby Teresa Cook Linda Chumley Melanie Eubank
Vickie Hall Freddie Hammond Linda Jean Hester Eddie Hicks Donna Sue Howard
Joe Lara Linda Majors Audrey McCaslin Tern Moore Judy tylyers
Sherry Pritchard Doyle Rawlings Eddie Reynolds Mickey Seary Ronnie Shanks
Lillie Belle Templeton Mary Linda Turner David Welch Diana Wheeler
Sponsored By: SCOTT'S FOOD STORE3RD GRADE
Jelfan Yell Mrs. Davis's Room Tommy Anderson Tony Anderson Yvonne Barclay Darrell Bethany Verna Coy Teresa Culpepper Judith Davis Jackie Duree Dickie Elliott
Linda Essman Judy Fowler Kathy Haller Jean Hardy Dottie Hicks
Mary Higgins Joseph Hogan Greg Howell Steve Jones Vernon Jones
Janice Landis Larry Lannen David Lynn Deanna McNeme Ramon Mendoza
Janice Miller Carolyn Morton Carolyn Sweet Gary Taylor Linda Thurman
Terry Trout Marty Wallace Mike Wallace Larry Joe Wiedeman Jimmy Wiley
Mrs. Franklin's Room Jonny Baker Tommy Barclay Jana Cathey James Collins Susan Edwards3RD GRADE
Elsie Essman Sammy Farris Tanya Gray Linda Gregory Jimmie Hamil
Garry Hammond John Higgins Sandra Jones Sharon Keeney W. G. Lentz
Shirley Jean McKibben Sharon McLish Colleen Mahan Jimmie Martin Shirley Jean Martin
Betty Ann May Buddy Moore David Noble Leslie Nunn Patsy Rayburn
Sue Reynolds Paul Scott LaDonna Shannon Billy Trimble Leroy Warren
Bobby Williams Gerry Williamson Miss Hughes' Room Louise Akin Linda Alexander Leon Carpenter
J. W. Catron Clayton Chidester Linda Coulter Jimmy Dennis Jeannie De Spain
Timothy Dickison Kenneth Fletcher Carolyn Foster Jimmy Grayson Carolyn Guinn
Joe Guterrez Walter Hall Gerry Hahn Betty Hendrickson Johnny Lee
Sharon Lund Marklin Malone Manuel Martinez Beth Moore Donald Ools
Linda Peel Gwen Rasco Barbara Ray Margaret Robinson Larry Rowland
Gary Stevenson Janie Sudbrock Joe Bob Summey
Miss Brown's room Betty Bagwell Sue Brown
Lynda Buckhanon Ronald Cook Sandra Culpepper Jimmy Davis Faye Ford
Patricia Fletcher Rita Kay Gregory Jerry Haase Deena Jo Helms Jerry Don Hines
Deborah Johnson James Kelton Jackie Mae Locke Kenneth McKibben
Phyllis McLish Kandis Meetze Mark Moody Ronnie Moore Judy NobleArvel Ools Betty Osmondson Carolyn Robbins Dale Rounsaville Shirley Singletary
Guy Smith Tam Strickland Ricky Taylor Beth Waggoner jimmy Woodfin
Miss W. Carter's Room:
Sherrilyn Able Rodger Bulman Deanie Boaz Diana Condry Patricia Edwards
Randy Evans Billy Estes Frances Gary Randy Gooch Patsy Gallant
Beverly Harvey Gary Hughes Gayle Hester Judy La Salle Elizabeth Martin
Richie Meek Janet Murrish Larry Malone Lynn Newman Billy Parker
Barbara Perkins Diana Roach Judith Scott Ronnie Schroeder Tina Schrader Barry Standefer Walter Stricklin Larry Trainor Paula Trammell Cynthia Vaught Sponsored By:
CARDINAL BARBER SHOPr
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Pinkie Williams Gwydlon Williams Mrs. C. Yell's Room Retha Adams Rickey Barclay Brenda Brow
Andra Culpepper Terry Cummings Stephen Curry Karen Evans Buddy Eaves
Josie Gregory Anna Lee Hearrell Elaine Hester Larry Hutchins Jackie Loyd
Belinda Merchant Glen McCall Jay Miller Roger Miller Linda Nave
Leslie Oldham Carolyn Parsons Billy Bob Rawlings Gradean Roberts Martha Scoggins
Nancy Shotton Stephen Simmons Susan Taylor Vickie Teer Hank Uitterdyk
Bill Vermillion Hazel Williams Becky Winters Phil Young
Mrs. Farley's Room Louie Barber
Steve Beloat Ina Carol Berryman Donna Boyett Doyle Burwell Sally CoulterNorman Dobbs Claudette Gladden Earlene Hartshorn Danny Heard Faylene Hinson
Johnny Kimbler Mike McCasland Terry Moore Clayton Roberts Judye Sharrer
Linda Sudbrock Larry Throneberry Max Walenciak Billy Williams Judy Kay Wilson
Mrs. McDougal's Room Stevie Alexander Mike Anderson Carolyn Barber Kenneth Bost Dannie Boyett Barbara Busby Melba Devets David Durham Adell Gardner
Troy Hahn Mary Hamil Billy Hendricks Raymond Holder Joy Faye Jones
Howard McCall Rita Overton Diane Peterson Barbara Ann Quick Dennis Ridenour
Wanda Singletary Lee Sudbrock
Mrs. Bailey's Room Linda Adams Steven Adams Alan BumpHenry Carter Joe Chumley Carolyn Coy Paul Daniels Glenn De Grott
Cesario Fierro Harold Graves Teddy Harrell Carolyn Jo Highnight Kathy Jones
Benny Landes Gloria Artiz Johnny Parker Rex Skelton Tony Spence
Mrs. Breedlove's Room: Irby Acosta Pamela Adams Alvina Anguiano Glenn Bilbrey Larry Haase
Betty Hamil Eddie Joe Harper Mary Ann Hoogeboom Jerry La Salle Robert McSpadden
Brenda Ools Gary Owings Linda Ragland Pat Ramsey Janie Sessions
Keith Sharrer Alex Trimble Mike Williams Wesley Able Mrs. Akin’s Room: Wendell Carter
Jimmy Dyer Linn Fristoe Edna Grogan David Gulley Mike HatleyDavid Hicks Jimmy Hogue Alice Jones Peggy Landrum Linda Langley
Wayne Lents Joan MacAhan Pat McCasland Martha Oldham Mary Quick
Ricky Ray Barbara Robinson Jenny Sanders Marian Scoggins Vickie Jay Seeley
James Sharbutt Leroy Sims Annie Templeton Floretta Turner Walter Warren
Mrs. Bartholomew's: Ronnie Sue Baker Martha Baron Loyd Black Sue Burns
Mareca Cabbiness Donald Lee Carrell Stevie Joe Cartlidge Janice Carmack Karen Clark
Ronny Collom Alan Dunivan Joyce Eaves Sualo Huerta Dwain Hughes
Greg Hamlett Michael Jones Stephen Lynch Michael Lynn Jack MartinGlenda Kay McNeme Charles Miller Joyce Miller Pat Moran Vivan Osborn
Jeannette Pierce Shirley Squalls Jackie Lee Wooten Mary Ann Wotring Mrs. Caton's Room Tony Acosta
Bobby Akin Donna Bagwell Barbara Brown Elaine Calvert Johnny Cottrell
Andy Gruis Joyce Hamil Kenny Harris Bobby Lee Henderson Sheryl Kennedy
Patsy Landrum Weldon Langley Jimmy Leach Alfred Lee Connie Mann
Mike McLean Sue Morton Meda Quick Stanley Reed Carol Sikes
Martha Sims Eddie Spence Darlene Sudbrock Billy Turner Bill Twilley
Pat McCalls Glenda Williams Homer Winkley
Mrs. Curry’s Room Jimmy Ray Akin Danny Joe Ammons
Sponsored By: JACK and JILL SHOPPRE-FIRST
Danny Bryant Cathie Burwell Pamela Duham Jimmy Lee Ellis Jimmy Essman
Doreetha Gardner George Goins Melton Lee Guinn Helen Haase Kathy Ann Hair
Betty Hamilton Darlene Hardy Diane Miller Donald Noble Billie Joe Noland
Jackie Nunn Chucky Roberts Larry Rogers Tommy Rusk Jim Sanders
Sandy Sims Marsha Thuman Malta Vowell Ray Jerry Welch La Donna Whaley
Gary Wright Mrs. Wallis Room Jackye Alexander Gary Anderson Norman Bentle Vickie Beloat
Alice Bridges Gary Wayne Bettis Brenda Finlay Kathy Hartley Rose Mary Hearrell
Tommy Johnson Gary Lynn Lyons Mary Jane Maxell Buckie Murrish Nolan Lee McCall
Barbara Nell McSmith Dianne Newman Sheila Ools Alfreda Oritz Deborah Parker
Doreen Peel Edward Pense Sharon Roberts Linda Scott Stevie Sewell
Kent Stevenson Charlie Turner Sherry Wade Debbie Wheeler
Mrs. Fancher's Special Class: Janice Boland Bobby Carter Bonnie Firrro Clyde Gardner Max Shannon
Annie Laura Sparkman Nancy Vickers Gene Wilding
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