Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM)
- Class of 1981
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1981 volume:
The 1981 CardinalPeople We Appreciate
Mr. Sissel Mrs. Hahn
We the people of the 1980-81 annual staff wish to dedicate this annual to Mr. Sissel and Mrs. Hahn.
Mr. Sissel and Mrs. Hahn have been in the Eunice School system for 25 years. They have taken much of their time as well as patience and understanding, to work with the students, teachers, and parents.
In the past 25 years Mr. Sissel has been involved in many activities. He has been the high school principal, junior high principal, teacher, coach, and a member and officer of various organizations.
Mrs. Hahn has been secretary and registrar for the high school office since 1956. She has been secretary under Mr. Caton, Mr. Byous, Mr. Curnutt, and is currently working under the direction of Mr. Sissel.
As students of Eunice High School, we appreciate their efforts, time, dedication and kindness.
Mr. Sissel has been in the Eunice Schools for 25 years. He has made it a pleasure to be a part of this school. Mr. Sissel has been coach, teacher, and principal for both junior high and high school.
Mrs. Hahn has been secretary for the high school for 25 years. She has performed many duties to aid in our education. She has helped the students, as well as Mr. Sissel, in the past years.
Mr. Sissel takes time out of his busy schedule to have his picture made for the annual.
Mrs. Hahn is looking forward to Spring Break. She just can't wait till it starts.
3Administration and Board
Mr. Hughes, Mrs. Robertson, Miss Criswell, and Mrs. Stewart take time to pose for the photographer.Authorize EHS
Office Manager Agnes Stewart wonders why the mail is late.
Secretary Jackie Criswell types a letter for Mr. Hughes.
The school board members this year are L-R: Irene McCasland, W. T. Huffman, Robert P. Wallach, Morris Denson, and Donald Gladden.
Kathryn Bumpass Linda Carmack Glenda Chapman
Art Annual English
Ed Davis Cindy Dennis
Coach Home Economics
Science Cheerleader Sponsor
Sue Durham Biology William Dyer Instrumental Music LaVerne Griggs English Practical
Communications Judy Hiner English Librarian World History
E. C. Jenkins Coach History
Physical Education Don Jones
Industrial Arts Kendal Lawlis Coach
Mathematics Bernice McDonald Vocal Music
Melvin Reynolds Coach History Raul Sanchez Coach
Elementary Bilingual Spanish Roberta Shafer Coach
Health Education Physical Education Charles Williams Mathematics
6Many New Teachers
Mr. Jenkins prepares his daily lessons.
The photographer catches Coach Lawlis off guard.
Mrs. Griggs checks her daily class attendance.
Miss Dennis demonstrates for her class how to make jelly.
Mrs. Kellum is the nurse for Eunice Municipal Schools.
Mrs. Nell Turner is the junior high librarian.
Dedication and Hard
Mrs. English is the counselor's secretary.
The counselor, Mr. Malone, wonders where he left his cup of coffee.
Mrs. Hiner and Mrs. Carolin Turner are the high schcx l librarians.Work to Serve EHS Students
Cafeteria ladies are as follows: Mrs. Kuhn, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Howell, and Mrs. Kelton.
These dedicated ladies work hard to please the students of Eunice Public Schools. They stay busy serving the elementary, junior high, and high school throughout the school year. And on top of their daily routines, they occasionally prepare employee dinners, banquets, and meals for various organizations.
Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Brewer prepare the rolls to go into the oven.
9Employees Who Are on the Go
Bottom row (L-R): Mr. Brewer, Mr. Ortiz, Mrs. Essman, Mrs. Harless, Mrs. Smith, and Mrs. Conner. Top row (L-R): Mr. Trammell, Mr. Seely, and Mr. Blancett. Not pictured: Mr. Smith and Mr. DeGroot. These people are the custodians and maintenance staff of the Eunice Schools.
(L-R): Mrs. Gass, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Bethany, and Mr. Burt are the bus drivers.Expressions to Remember
Michael smiles for the camera.
Cathy enjoys the sweet things of life.
Below: Mrs. Shields converses with her students.
Cory and Clifford seem to be having a private conversation.
11Students Create an
To laugh, to cry, to sing, to sigh—the lasting experience of the meaning of Life is the theme for the 1980-81 yearbook.
Photographers Robert Baker, Shawn Davis, John Jeter, and Doug Thompson are always busy taking and developing pictures, as well as drawing up layouts. In addition to all of his other responsibilities, Robert Baker designed the cover for this year's annual.
Doug displays his photography talents.
Robert seems to be in deep concentration about one of his pages.
Mrs. Carmack is the yearbook sponsor.
12Annual From Memories
Patti Wallace, the yearbook editor, proofreads pages, looks over layouts, and keeps a schedule of all the deadlines. Mrs. Carmack, the yearbook sponsor, helps the staff by looking over the schedules and plans that are made. Brenda Bates and Jo Ann Velasquez help set up dates for pictures that are to be taken, as well as organize their sections in the annual.
We hope that in future years you will look back through these pages and remember the 1980-81 school year.
Shawn checks the camera to see if it has Patti sorts through the school day film. pictures.
Brenda is caught off guard by the Jo Ann tries to decide which heading sounds the best,
camera.Expressions Found in
Monika watches the Basketball Homecoming game.
Halloween night is buzzing with activity.
Below: The boys gather round as Mike, Pat, and Donny discuss the latest on football.
14the Eunice Schools
Mr. Earhart's seventh grade science class prepare to do an experiment. Below: Mr. Costin is the new math teacher at EHS.
Brandon looks at the photographer with amazement.
15Above: Jerry, Coach Davis, and Brian measure a piece of glass. Below: A group of second graders put on a play.SENIORSGraduation Is a Time
LARHONDA KAY BATCHELOR
Cardinal Impressions 3 Cheerleader 2 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Teacher's Aide 3, 4 Solo Ensemble 1
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1 Golf 2, 3
Chess Club 1, 2, 3 Science Club 2, 3 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2
BRENDA BEA BATES
Annual Staff 3, 4 Band 1
Chess Club 1, 2 Office Aide 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 4
DEBRA LAMAR BROCK
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Attendant 2 Choir 4 Office Aide 4 Track 4
Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4 Hall of Fame 4 All-District 4
18To Laugh and To Cry.
Chess Club 2, 3 Chess Club Reporter 3 Hall of Fame 4 Industrial Arts 2 Teacher's Aide 4
CHRISTOPHER EARNEST CHESSER
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Treasurer 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Teacher's Aide 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4
BETTY JACQUELINE DARNELL
Class Favorite 3 Librarian 3, 4 Teacher's Aide 4
Choir 1, 2 Teacher's Aide 4
SUSAN MARIE COLVIN Band 1
Basketball 3, 4 Football Attendant 4 Hall of Fame 4 Teacher's Aide 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1
MICHAEL SHAWN DAVIS
Annual Staff 3, 4 Baseball 3 Basketball 2, 4 Choir 4 Class Officer 2 Football 2, 3, 4 Hall of Fame 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 State Football Champs 2 Student Council 2, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Track, All-State 2, 3, 4
19Seniors Look Back on a
MICHAEL WAYNE DODD
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3 Basketball 1 All-State, Football 3, 4 Hall of Fame 4 Office Aide 3, 4 State Football Champs 1, 2
Football Co-Captain 4
STEVEN WADE FLETCHER
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Chess Club 1, 2, 3 Chess Club Officer 3 Teacher's Aide 3, 4
KEN EDWARD DOWLEARN
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1
Student Council 1, 4 Office Aide 3, 4 Homecoming King 4 Pep Band 1
State Football Champs 1, 2
Track 1 Prom Staff 3 FHA 4
JERRY LEE GAYLOR
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Golf 1, 2 Teacher's Aide 3 Band 1
Student Council 2 Halloween Attendant 2 Hall of Fame 4 State Football Champs 1, 2
20Year of Memories.
maria isela h.
Teacher's Aide 3, 4 Art 2, 4
Production Woods 4 Library 3, 4
GERALD ANTHONY GUFFEY
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 State Football Champs 1, 2
Football Captain 4 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4
MARY ELIZABETH HAMRICK
Band 1, 2 Choir 2, 3, 4 Flag Corps 3, 4 Teacher's Aide 3 Ensemble 2, 3, 4 Solo 3, 4 Pep Band 1
TRACY LYNNE HALEY
Band L 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2 Volleyball 1, 2 Track 1 Golf 2
Office Aide 3 Teacher's Aide 4 Solo Ensemble 2
MELANIE DAWN HINER
Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Hall of Fame 4 Teacher's Aide 3 Basketball Attendant 1 Halloween Attendant 1 State Track 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2 Powder Puff Football 2 Pep Band 1, 2, 3 Volleyball 1, 2
21Seniors Face New and
SAMMY RALPH HODGES
Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Teacher's Aide 3 Track 2 Office Aide 4 Hall of Fame 4
JOHN MICHAEL JETER
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Student Council 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 4 Hall of Fame 4 All-State Football 3 Football Captain 4 DAR Nominee 4 Annual Staff 3, 4 Industrial Arts Club 1 Teacher's Aide 4
LISA DAWN LITTLE
Student Council 2 Library Aide 1 Teacher's Aide 4 Volleyball 1 Drama Club 1 Speech Club 1 Modeling Club 2
VINNIE MYCHELLE JAQUESS
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1 NHS 3, 4 NHS Officer 4 Girls' State 3 Hall of Fame 4 Class Officer 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Teacher's Aide 4 Powderpuff Football 2
DORIS ELFRIEDE KOEBERLE
Cheerleader 2 Choir 2, 3, 4 Choir Officer 4 Girls' Ensemble 3, 4 Cardinal Impressions 3, Hall of Fame 4 Teacher's Aide 4 Solo 3, 4 NHS 4
All-State Girl's Choir
KENNETH WAYNE LORD
Football Manager 1 Golf 1, 2
Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 3 Teacher's Aide 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Choir 1, 4 Teacher's Aide 3, 4
NATALIE J. MEYERS
Club President 2 Girls' Soccer 1, 2, 3 Student Council 1
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Attendant 3 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 All-District Volleyball 2 Track 1, 2, 4 Spanish Club 4 Choir 4 Librarian 3 Hall of Fame 4
KERRY BRIAN McCLANNAHAN
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 All-District Basketball 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Boys' State 3 Industrial Arts Club 2 Chess Club 3 Class Officer 3 NHS 4
TERESA LYNN McWHINNEY
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Teacher's Aide 4 FT A 1 Speech 1 Flag Corps 4 Choir 4
23Seniors Have High Goals
Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball Attendant 3 Football Champs 2 State Track 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Band Officer 4 Office Aide 4 Spanish Club 4 Spanish Club Officer 4
JAMIE JO NORRID
Basketball I, 2, 3 Track 1
Student Council 3, 4 Hall of Fame 4 Homecoming Princess 2, 3
UIL Typing 3 Cheerleader 3
MARTY PENA Choir 1, 2
KERRY ANN OW1NGS
Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Most Improved Cowgirl 2 All Around Cowgirl 2 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 All-State Choir 2 Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 4 Track 1, 2 Library 1, 2
JACKIE RAY PENDER
Football 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3 Class Favorite 3 Teacher's Aide 4
24for the Future.
terry dean pickerel
Football 1, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Football State Champs 1 Library Aide 3 Teacher's Aide 4
CLIFFORD EARL RAY
Football 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 State Football Champs 1,
DONAL MIKE RUTH
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3
State Football Champs 1, 2
All-State Halfback 3 Football Attendant 1, 3, 4 Hall of Fame 4 Teacher's Aide 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 2 Class Favorite 1 Outstanding Offensive Back 3
BETTY LAWANDA PILCHER
Annual Staff 3 Class Officer 2, 3 Hall of Fame 4 Cafeteria Aide 1
MONIKA MINNIROSA REED
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 State Track 3 Teacher's Aide 4 Hall of Fame 4 Class Officer 1 Football Attendant 2 Student Council 2, 3 Powderpuff Football 2 Pep Band 1, 2, 3
WILLARD DANIEL RUTH
Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 3, 4 Track 3
Hall of Fame 4 Library Aide 3 Basketball Attendant 2 Baseball District Champs 3
25Seniors Look Forward
ANITA KAY SHANKS
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4 Solo 1, 3, 4 Choir Officer 3, 4 Cardinal Impressions 2, 3 Librarian 4 Hall of Fame 4
JO LAVONNE SUTER
Who's Who Among American High School Students Girls' State 3
Student Council Officer 3, 4
Student Council Representative 1, 2 Class Officer 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1
Band Officer 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Hall of Fame 4
JENNIFER BETH SMITH
Choir 1, 3, 4 Flag Corps 3, 4 Ensemble 1, 3, 4 Journalism 2
Choir Section Leader 1, 3 Choir Officer 4 Halloween Attendant 4
JOYCE ANN STOFFER
Volleyball 2. 3
Choir 1, 2
Teacher's Aide 4
Flag Corps 4
Solo and Ensemble 1, 2
DONALD RAY TEAGUE
Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3 Office Aide 3
TERESA ANN TIVIS NHS 4
Student Council 3, 4
Class Officer 2, 4
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Drum Major 4
Annual Staff 3
Volleyball 2, 3
Hall of Fame 4
Girls' Track Manager 1, 2,
Football Homecoming Queen 4
Football Attendant 1, 3 Class Favorite 1, 4
Cheerleader 1 Class Favorite 2 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 4 Basketball Manager 3 Basketball 4 Class Officer 3 Hall of Fame 4 Teacher's Aide 4 Girls' State 3 Halloween Attendant 3 Spanish Club Officer 4
JAMES DOUGLAS THOMPSON
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 State Football Champs 1, 2
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 State Golf 2, 3 Hall of Fame 4 Annual Staff 4 Teacher's Aide 4 Baseball 4 Student Council 2 NHS 3, 4 NHS Officer 4
SCOTTY WAYNE TURNER
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Favorite 2, 4 State Football Champs 1, 2
Hall of Fame 4 Teacher's Aide 4 Choir 1
All-State Choir 1
PATTI ANN WALLACE
Annual Staff 3, 4 Annual Staff Editor 4 Band 1, 2 Basketball 2 Cheerleader 1 Class Officer 4 Office Aide 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2
27Seniors Look to the Future.
GARY MACK YEAGER
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 3, 4 Golf 2, 4 Track 3 Football 3, 4 Basketball Attendant 1 Halloween Attendant 4 Teacher's Aide 4 Baseball District Champs 1, 3
Band 1, 2
All Over the World -Electric Light Orchestra-
"Live each day as if it's the Last; for yesterday is gone And tomorrow may never come.
Maroon and White
28Famous People at EHS
Best Looking are Cynthia Velasquez and Daniel Ruth. Best Dressers are Teresa Tivis and Doug Thompson.New and Interesting Faces in
Best All Around are Donal Ruth and Jo Suter.
Most Forgetful is Melanie Hiner and not shown Sam Hodges.
Most Talented are Shawn Davis and Shelly
Friendliest are Kenny Lord and Jamie Norrid.
Most Intelligent are Kim Brown and Dorie Koeberle.
30the Hall of Fame
Biggest Flirt are Jerry Gaylor and Susan Colvin.
Most Bashful are Ryan Withrow and Anita Shanks.
Most School Spirited are Clifford Ray and Monika Reed.
Most Likely to Succeed are Debbie Brock and John Jeter.
31Sponsors Help the Officers
Senior class officers are as follows: front row. Shelly Jaquess, treasurer; Patti Wallace, secretary; and Teresa Tivis, reporter. Back row,
John Jeter, president; and Cory Doyal, vice president.
32JUNIORSThe Juniors Are . . .
Betty Acosta Brenda Albidrez
Robert Baker Rodney Chapman
Danna Alexander Freddie Anguiano Gloria Armendarez Eddie Collins Kim Deaton Yesha Dyer
Robbie Ferbrache Debbie Fisher Bryan Frost Richard Gass
Charles Ham Darla Hix Mary Hummel Cathy McCasland
Amy McClintock Albert McWhinney Ronnie Montanez Rose Moore
34Next in Line
Brenda is trying to get involved in the conversation.
Danny Thompson Darla Walker Lorie Walters
Jo Ann Velasquez Tammy Wallace Sonja Ward
Stephanie Parker Shauna Roach
Pete Pena Oscar Santa Cruz
Sherry Prather Jeff Stephens
Robert and Eddie can't
decide what to do next.The Juniors Depend on .. .
While Coach Davis is giving his pep talk, it looks like Rodney just can't keep his eyes open.
Kim takes time out to day-dream in Coach Lawlis' math class.
The Juniors worked hard this year and finally won a first place in the float buil 8 contest . . . WAY TO GO, JUNIORS!
36The Junior Leaders
Junior class sponsors are as follows: Bottom (L-R), Miss Dennis, Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Hiner. Top (L-R), Mr. Jones, Mr. Reynolds, and Mr. Malone.
Junior class officers are as follows: (L-R), President Rodney Chapman, Vice-President Bryan Frost, Secretary Betty Acosta, and Treasurer Robert Baker. Not shown is Reporter Eddie Collins.Students Plan for Prom
Sherry, Robert, and Miss Dennis discuss the prom plans.
Kim lets her fingers fly.
Darla demonstrates the correct form of typing.SOPHOMORESSophomores Show Leadership
Fernando Acosta Patti Canafax Bobby England jeanne George James Hoyt
Lisa Blevins Ascension Castillo Shane Fields Tonya Guffey Rodger Jaquess
Kim Branch Kim Darnell Clayton Frank Vickie Hamrick Sandra Jenks
Bet ha Brown Marian Deaton Angelica Garcia Loretta Heady Charlyn Kemp
Charles Brown Beverly Dennis Mercedes Garcia Terry Heady Joaquin Martinezas They Advance in School
Keith Myers Teresa Ruth Travis Thompson
Danny Newton Kim Smith Allen Walters
Josie Martinez Janice Osborne Steven Stevenson Kim White
Richard Martinez Rhonda Roach John Stoffer Melissa Withrow
Rory McClannahan Richard Robertson Dennis Thompson Hay ley Yeager
41Students Arrive Early
These sophomores take time out to have their pictures made.
These freshmen and sophomores wait for driver's ed class to start.
42Sophomores Are Inquisitive
Sophomores have a talent for listening.
Sophomores discuss the latest on their money-making plan.
43Sophomores Begin to Raise Money
Sophomore class officers are from L-R: Betha Brown, Secretary; Lisa Blevins, Reporter; Kim Branch, Treasurer; Keith Myers, President; not shown Charles Brown, Vice-President.
Sophomore sponsors are from L-R: Raul Sanchez, Linda Carmack, and Ken Lawlis.
44The Freshmen Realize
Temple Bishop Alvan Bitsue Robin Boehm Laura Brasted
Becky Bryant Ty Chanley jolena Corzine Danny Crocker
Andy Darnell Marty Davis Raymond Dennis Tammie Ellis
Charles Ferbrache Clarence Fite Michelle Furr Paige Good
46What High School Is All About
Gary Hack Shanda Haley Traci Harris Rebecca Heady
Beatriz Hernandez Lollie Hernandez Glenn Hilton James Hilton
Cliff Hiner Randy Hobbs Jerry Houston Susan Hughes
Karen Jenks Latrell Kemp Doug Little Cliff Miller
Diane Moody Blaine Moore Velma Pena Brad Raybon
47The Freshmen Take
Roger Reid Jason Robinson Esteban Rodriquez Irene Rodriquez
Daniel Ruiz Martin Smith Doris Teague Michelle Tucker
Johnny Velasquez Mike Waldrop Candy Wallace Brian Wallach
Teresa Ward Jimmy Webb Shawn Willaby Donna Winker
48In Many Activities During the Year
These freshman boys, Jason, Gary, and Allen, discuss how to bug As Jason directs traffic at the float construction, he is saying "I the teacher. do believe” it will work.
The freshmen concentrate on building the float for football homecoming. The freshmen got third place in the contest.Freshman Learn of EHS
The freshman class is just now getting used to the high school ways of life.
In a single year, they have gone from the top of all classes in junior high, to the youngest of all classes in high school, but most of these students think it is worth the change.
Under the direction of Mrs. Sue Durham, Mr. Rocky Williams, and Mr. E. C. Jenkins, they organized a homecoming float; and as for their participation in the Halloween Carnival, they profited from the marriage booth.
The Freshman sponsors this year are Mrs. Durham, Mr. williams, and Mr. Jenkins.
Freshman class officers are Michelle Furr, Secretary; Becky Heady, Treasurer; Donna Winker, Reporter; Brad Raybon, Vice-President; Bobby Bates, President.FAVORITESMr. EHS Is Ken Dowlearn
for a book. 52Miss EHS Is Teresa Tivis
53EHS Favorites Are
Class favorites are chosen at the beginning of each school year and remembered throughout
Senior class favorites are Scott Turner and Teresa Tivis.
junior class favorites are Sherry Prather and Ronnie Montanez.
Sophomore class favorites are: Charlie Brown and Kim Freshman class favorites are: Becky Heady and Bobby Bates.
55Happy Expressions Tell the
Queen Teresa Tivis and King Ken Dowlearn.
The 1980 Cardinal Homecoming is held prior to the game against Portales.
During this exciting event, the lovely ladies are presented long-stemmed flowers by their escorts. Senior Queen candidates are Teresa Tivis, escorted by Ken Dowlearn, and Susan Colvin, escorted by Donal Ruth. By student body vote, Teresa Tivis is crowned by Ken Dowlearn as the 1980 Homecoming Queen. Ken also presents Queen Teresa with a bouquet of roses and a necklace. Other attendantsand their escortsare as follows: Juniors Rodney Chapman and Debbie Fisher; Sophomores Rodger Jaquess and Lisa Blevins; and Freshmen Jason Robinson and Donna Winker.
Queen Teresa watches the football game.
Freshman attendants: Donna Winker and Jason Robinson.Story at Homecoming
The football homecoming attendantsare Lisa Blevins, Debbie Fisher, Senior attendants: Susan Colvin and Donal Ruth,
and Teresa Tivis. Not shown Susan Colvin.
King Doug presents Queen Monika with the necklace.
The 1981 Basketball Queen and King are Monika Reed and Doug Thompson.
The traditional kiss.
Junior attendants are Cathy McCasland and Pete Pena.
58Crowning of the Halloween
This year at the annual Halloween Carnival, the junior attendants, Jo Ann Velasquez and Eddie Collins, regained the title of King and Queen. The juniors had the jail as their booth. The seniors had a bean guess, the sophomores had a skeeball, and the freshmen had the marriage booth.
Queen Jo Ann Velasquez and King Eddie Collins.
60Royalty Happens Again
Gary Yeager and Jennifer Smith
Allen Walters and Vicki Hamrick
Brad Raybon and Paige Good
61Accounting Takes Accuracy
Teresa Tivis received the Eunice DAR award. Other students nominated for DAR were Jo Suter and John Jeter.ORGANIZATIONSPerfection Comes
Concert Band: Front Row, Mary Hummel, Vicki Hamrick, Patti Canafax, Paige Good, Travis Thompson, Charlyn Kemp, Kim Deaton, Rose Moore, Robin Boehm, Michelle Furr, and Teresa Tivis. Second Row, Yesha Dyer, Jeff Stephens, Jimbo Webb, Marty Smith, Marian Deaton, Randy Hobbs, Clarence Fite, Clifford Hiner, Johnny Velasauez, and Candi Wallace. Third Row, Jo Suter, Shelly Jaquess, Bryan Frost, Rodney Chapman, Ernie Montanez, Shanda Haley, Susan Hughes, Doug Little, Brian Wallach, Steven Stevenson, and Jo Ann Velasquez. Top Row, Becky Bryant, Sandra Jenks, Velma Pena, and Brad Raybon.
The Flag girls are Beth Hamrick, Karie Moore, Amy McClintock, Jennifer Smith, and Missy Withrow.Through Dedication
The Drum majors this year are Teresa Tivis and Mary Hummel.
The twirler is Jo Ann Velasquez.
Travis, Marty, and Bryan prepare for pictures.
Band officers are: Ernie Montanez, Treasurer; Jo Suter, President; Shelly Jaquess, Secretary; and Jo Ann Velasquez, Vice-President.The EHS Choir Is
The Choir Ensemble group from left to right, top to bottom are, Beth Hamrick, Jenny Smith, Anita Shanks, Kerry Owings, Amy McClintock, Kim White, LaRonda Bachelor, Dorie Koberly, Beverly Dennis, Charles Ham, Shawn Davis, and Raymond Dennis.
There are two groups in High School choirs today that are honored very much—The Elite group and All-State. In order to make the group a person has to be dedicated enough to put up with the pressure that is applied toward him or her to achieve his goal.
The elite group this year is called "the Cardinal Impressions." These people in the groups have something to be proud of in the future.
Three people were honored enough to make it to All-State. These people are Shawn Davis, Dorie Koberly, and Charles Ham. Also pictured is their instructor, Mrs. McDonald.Working Hard for Success
The officers of the EHS Choir are working hard to make the choir do the best job they possibly can. The choir put on a Christmas concert and was very well received by their performance. The Cardinal Choir is successfully moving up the ladder.
Officers from top to bottom are Anita Shanks, Librarian; Kerry McClannahan, Secretary; Karen Jenks, Librarian; Latrell Kemp, Librarian; Jenny Smith, Vice-President; Beth Hamrick and Terri McWhinney, Librarian; and Dorie Koeberle, President.
Choir, 1st row: Ms. McDonald, Kim White, Doris Teague, Beatriz Hernandez, Laura Brasted, Beverly Dennis, Charles Ham, Beth Hamrick, Debbie Brock, Irma Martinez. 2nd row: Dorie Koeberle, Terri McWhinney, Latrell Kemp, Karen Jenks, David Aguilar, Alfredo Grado, Kim Smith, Billie Darnell, LaRhonda Batchelor, 3rd row: Rhonda Roach, Peggy Hood, Janice Osborne, Kim Darnell, Amy McClintock, Shawn Davis, Kerry McClannahan, Anita Shanks, Kerry Owings, Jenny Smith, and Michelle Tucker.
67Staters Climb to Success
Shelly and Cynthia hold back a laugh as Kerry explains the details of Boys' State.Future Scientists at EHS
The Science Club members are as follows: Cory Doyal, Robert Baker, Keith Myers, Shawn Davis, Allen Walters, Ernie Montanez, Clayton Frank, and Yesha Dyer.
Science Club officers are as follows: Robert Baker, Secretary Treasurer; Cory Doyal, Vice-President; Shawn Davis, President; and Yesha Dyer, Reporter.
69Council Schedules Movie
Student Council members are as follows: Jason Robinson, Andy Darnell, and Clayton Frank. Dennis Thompson, Jamie Norrid, Jo Suter, Patti Canafax, Teresa Tivis, Sherry Prather, Stephanie Parker, Loretta Heady, Beatriz Hernandez, Shanda Haley, and Ken Dowlearn, Cory Doyal, Chris Chesser, Eddie Collins, Bryan Frost, and Shawn Davis.
Student Council officers are as follows: L-R: Cory Doyal, Treasurer; Teresa Tivis, Secretary; Shawn Davis, Vice President; and Jo Suter, President.
70NHS Tackle Responsibility
These talented young leaders are members of the National Honor Society. Each has a unique character, but all have the knack for scholastic achievement. They are selected on the basis of this achievement, as well as character, leadership, and service. Being a part in this organization allows the student to tackle responsibility. For example, this year the members will be introducing College Day representatives to the Eunice High School student body.
Pictured at right are: Doug Thompson, President; Shelly Jaquess, Vice-President; JoAnn Velasquez, Reporter; Teresa Tivis, Secretary and Treasurer.
Pictured below are (Front) Jo Ann Velasquez, Doris Koeberle, Shelly Jaquess, Tracy Haley, Yesha Dyer, Debbie Fisher, Teresa Tivis, (Back) Doug Thompson, Kerry McClannahan, Bryan Frost, and Rodney Chapman.
71The Rodeo and Industrial Arts
Mr. Jones poses for his picture.
From left to right officers are Vice-President Charles Brown, Secretary Lisa Blevins, and President Kenny Lord.
Left to right are Mr. Jones, Kenny Lord, Charles Brown, John Stoffer, Richard Robertson, and Lisa Blevins
72Clubs Strive to be Better
Front Row: Jason Robinson, Allen Walters, Clayton Frank, and Keith Myers. Back Row: Mr. Jones, Raymond Dennis, Bobby Bates, Steve Stevenson, and Rory McClannahan.
The Industrial Arts Club are very artistic in their creative work. They have won many trophies on their projects.
Officers are front row President Allen Walters, Secretary Clayton Frank,Coordinator Jason Robinson. Back Row: Vice-President Bobby Bates, Sergeant at Arms Rory McClannahan and coordinator Keith Myers.
73The Spanish Club Is a Success!!!
Mr. Sanchez works hard for the club.
The officers are (front row) Ernie Montanez, Reporter; Johnny Velasquez, Treasurer; and Pete Pena, President. (Back row) Cynthia Velasquez, Vice-President; and Sherry Prather, Secretary.
The members of the Spanish Club are (bottom row) Pete Pena, Irma Martinez, Sherry Prather, and Sam Anguiano. (Middle row) Marisela Gonzalez, Cynthia Velasquez, Josie Martinez, Brenda Albidrez, and Richard Martinez. (Back row) Ernie Montanez, Ronnie Montanez, Bryan Frost, Angelica Garcia, Gloria Armendarez, and Johnny Velasquez.
74ATHLETICSCheering the School Through
This year's Varsity cheerleaders are: front, Hayley Yeager; middle, L-R, Debbie Fisher, Sherry Prather, and Betha Brown; top, Lisa Blevins.Times of Winning and Losing
This year's junior varsity cheerleaders are: front, L-R, Paige Good, Doris Teague, and Donna Winker; standing, L-R, Michelle Furr, and Becky Heady _
Being a cheerleader is no easy task. The cheerleaders do various things to help promote school spirit. They make signs for the halls and run throughs for the games. Some of their weekly activities include preparing A pep rallies, doing cheers in the 'a hallways, and yelling at the games.
’ They plan homecoming events, sell football ads and programs, work in the concession stands during the basketball season, and sponsor various student-faculty contests. The cheerleaders have a new sponsor. Miss Cindy Dennis, who is the Home Economics teacher in the high school.
This year the "A" team went to Portales to participate in the summer cheerleading camp. They received three superior awards, two excellent awards, an excellent trophy, and a spirit stick. Sherry Prather also received a leadership award.
nSeniors Are The Leaders
Seniors, L-R, Front Row, Jackie Pender, Mike Dodd, Gary Yeager, Charles Ham, Ken Dowleam, Chris Chesser, Ernie Montanez, Top Row, Doug Thompson, Clifford Ray, Shawn Davis, Wesley McClintock, Scott Turner, Tony Guffey, and John Jeter.
Sitting, L-R, Andy Darnell, Shane Fields, Brad Raybon, Jason Robinson, Clayton Frank, Randy Hobbs, Alan Walters, Raymond Dennis, Travis Thompson, Brian Wallach, Doug Little, Manager Sammy Anguiano. Middle Row, Coach Jenkins, Jackie Pender, Johnny Velasquez, Clifford Hiner, Gary Yeager, Juan Rodriquez, Bobby Bates, Danny Thompson, Rodney Chapman, Mike Dtodd, Robert Baker, Roger Jaquess, Marty Davis, Mike .Waldrop, Coach Sanchez. Top Row, Coach Davis, Clifford Ray, Ernie Montanez, Wesley McClintock, Chris Chesser, Ken Dowleam, Charles Ham, Scott Turner, Doug Thompson, Tony Guffey, Bryan Frost, Eddie Collins, Albert McWhinney, Shawn Davis, John Jeter, and Coach Lawlis.Coaches Instill Character
Coaches this year are from L-R: Raul Sanchez, E. C. Jenkins, Head Coach Ed Davis, and Ken Lawlis.
OPPONENT US THEM
Seagraves, TX 0 42
Van Horn, TX 3 7
Portales 0 21
NMMI 13 7
Lovington 0 20
McCamey 0 35
Dexter 0 0
Ft. Sumner 21 6
Jal 0 12
Cardinal players attempt to block a kick.Cardinals Clash Head On
Cardinals meet an onrush of enemy jerseys.
80Open The Door to Volleyball
L-R, front row, Terri McWhinney, Irma Martinez, Cathy McCasland, Debbie Brock, top row, Mary Hummel, Loretta Heady, Cynthia Velasquez, Jo Suter, and Shelly Jaquess.
Seniors, L-R, Jo Suter, Shelly Jaquess, Debbie Brock, Terri McWhinney, Cynthia Velasquez, Brenda Bates, and Irma Martinez
81With the Right Key
"B" Team, Front Row, Yesha Dyer, Danna Alexander, Josie Martinez, Betty Acosta, and Robin Boehm. Middle Row, Irene Rodriquez, Laura Brasted, Jeanne George, Candi Wallace, and Beatrice Hernandez. Top Row, Brenda Bates, Loretta Heady, Latrell Kemp, Karen Jenks, Shanda Haley, and Charlyn Kemp.
Opponent SCOREBOARD Winner Score
Carlsbad H.S. Carlsbad H.S. us them 0-2
Lovington Lovington 0-2
Lovington Eunice 2-0
Carlsbad Carlsbad 1-2
Andrews Andrews 0-2
Tatum Eunice 2-0
Wink Wink 0-2
Van Horn Eunice 2-1
Jal Jal 0-2
Tatum Eunice 2-0
Jal Jal 0-2
•Dexter Dexter 1-2
•Jal Jal 0-2
•Dexter Dexter 1-2
District MatchesAthletics Involves Everyone
Mr. Goodman and Miss Massey are the official timer and scorer at the basketball games.
The basketball boys are trying to decide who is going to rebound The marching band performs at the f x tball games,
the ball.Cardinals Shoot High
The varsity players are from (L-R) Eddie Collins, Pete Pena, Ernie Montanez, Kerry McClannahan, Clinton Boman, Steve Fletcher, Shawn Davis, Doug Thompson, Chris Chesser, Rodney Chapman, and Gary Yeager.The seniors are bottom row (L-R) Ernie Montanez, Doug Thompson, Chris Chesser, Gary Yeager. Top row (L-R) Kerry McClannahan, Clinton Boman, Steve Fletcher, and Shawn Davis.
US SCOREBOARD OPPONENT
55 Plains 58
44 Artesia 92
86 Plains 68
64 Tatum 82
41 White Face 65
60 Jal 46
52 Denver City 85
75 Jal-B Team 54
58 Cloudcroft 75
76 Hobbs-Soph. 70
58 Hagerman 73
40 Lovington 98
56 Kermit 72
69 ’Jal 61
54 Artesia 84
68 “Dexter 65
65 Lovington 98
“Indicates district games.
Clinton Boman goes up for the shot while Steve Fletcher fights Clinton Boman gets out-jumped on the opening tip-off; Eddie
for position on the rebound. Collins can't believe it!!!!!
85The Freshman players are Bobby Bates, Jimbo Webb, Roger Reid, Esteban Rodriquez, Clifford Hiner, Johnny Velasquez, Jason Robinson, Juan Rodriquez, and Daniel Ruiz. Coaching the freshmen is Coach Sanchez, (not shown)
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The Junior Varsity team this year are Richard Martinez, Joaquin Martinez, Ronnie Montanez, Rory McClannahan, Bryan Frost, Freddie Anguiano, Roger Jaquess, and Dennis Thompson. The coach this year is Coach Lawlis (not shown).
Skilled Hands LeadToward a Successful Life
Shawn looks on as Clinton tips the ball.
87Team Pride Plus Team Spirit
The girls' varsity members are as follows: First Row: JoAnn Velasquez, Debbie Brock; Second Row: Cynthia Velasquez, Betty Acosta, Irma Martinez; Third Row: Susan Colvin, Shelly Jaquess, Monika Reed; Fourth Row: Melanie Hiner and Jo Suter.
Monika shoots a free throw as Melanie and Jo watch.
Melanie and JoAnn practice shooting from the free throw line.
88Equals a Winning Season
The girls' Junior Varsity members are as follows: first row, Kim Yarbrough, Kerry Owings, Kim Darnell, and Kim White. Second row: Shanda Haley, Charlyn Kemp, and Patti Canafax. Third row, Latrell Kemp, Billie Darnell, Becky Bryant, Robin Boehm, Beverly Dennis, and Tonya Guffey.
89The Basketball Girls
This year the managers for the girls basketball teams are Tami Wallace and Keena Stewart.
Coach Montoya is the Junior Varsity coach, while Coach Davis is the Varsity coach.
25 18 15
24 23 29
“indicates district games
These basketball girls prepare to practice their drills
90Soar Into a New Season
The seniors this year are as follows: Debbie Brock, Irma Martinez, Cynthia Velasquez, Jo Suter, Shelly Jaquess, Susan Colvin, Monika Reed, Melanie Hiner, and not shown Kerry Owings.
Irma attempts to block a pass.
The girls gather around as Coach Davis explains the next play.Last Year's State Qualifiers
John shows his style in throwing the discus.
Last year's state track qualifiers are Eddie Collins, John Jeter, Shawn Davis, Ernie Montanez, and Donal Ruth.
Shawn shows his technique in high jumping.Train for This Year
Last year's State Track Qualifiers are as follows: Jo Ann Velasquez, Beverly Dennis, Yesha Dyer, Monika Reed, and Melanie Hiner.
93Players Slide into Action
The baseball players are 1st row, Clayton Frank, Randy Hobbs, and Clay Walker. 2nd row, Daniel Ruth, Robbie Ferbrache, Brad Ray bon, Allen Walters, Rodger Jaquess, Richard Martinez, Alfredo Grado, and Daniel Ruiz. Back row, Steve Fletcher, Danny Thompson, David Aguilar, Johnny Velasquez, Ronnie Montanez, Ernie Montanez, and Rodney Chapman.
Mr. Sanchez is the new baseball These baseball players listen to what Coach Sanchez is saying,
94Golfers Putt into a New Season
This year's golf members are as follows: Jason Robinson, Cathy McCasland, Sherry Prather, Keena Stewart, and Gary Yeager. Coach Reynolds, Doug Thompson, and Debbie Fisher.
As the annual goes to the press this year, the golf season has not yet begun. The golf members are Jason Robinson, Cathy McCasland, Sherry Prather, Keena Stewart, Gary Yeager, Doug Thompson, and Debbie Fisher.
This year the golf team has a new coach. Besides teaching history and government classes, Mr. Reynolds is also the basketball coach.
We wish our golfers this year the best of luck and great success.
Last year's state qualifiers in golf were Doug Thompson and Debbie Fisher.Unique Individuals Cross
Monika, Jo, and Melanie are waiting for the ball to come down to see if it goes through the basket.
Donal, Shawn, and Ernie look surprised at the size of of John's muscle, but Eddie can't seem to find it.
Ronnie is heading for the gym to get ready for practice.New Bridges In EHSStudents Are Active in CJH
These girls wait for the photographer to take their Coach Montoya explains to his class what they are going to do for the hour,
Miss Massey checks roll while her girls prepare to do their exercises.H9IH UOINIT
Principal and Secretary
At Caton Junior High, Mr. Don Herron is still the principal, but Mrs. June Walker has moved from her librarian position to take the job of secretary at Caton.
Just as the students keep Mr. Herron busy, he keeps Mrs. Walker twice that busy. They work together as a team, and maybe that is what keeps Caton Junior High going.
Even when relaxing, Mr. Herron stays busy.
Mrs. June Walker
Mr. Don HerronWork With the Faculty
Kenneth Ball: Reading.
Treva Collier: Reading
Craig Coulter: Pat Coulter:
Science, Social Resource Room
Studies, and Coach
Nell Davis: Language Arts
J. E Earhart: Wally Goodman: Connie Massey:
Science and Shop Math and Typing Physical Education
Science and Coach
Ron Montoya: Physical Education, Science and Coach.
101Eighth Graders Plan for
Marcia Aguilar Nathan Batchelor Michael Bennett Judy Berumen Nellie Berumen
Johnny Blevins Michael Brock Tom Broom Evan Brown Todd Carter
Christopher Charley Corina Charo Jimmy Collins Tammy Conner Todd Cooper
Todd Cox Phillip Deaton Kelli Diel Cindi Ellis Tammie FerbracheHigh School Life . . .
Galdino Garcia Tomas Garcia Heriberto Gayton Jeannie Houston Connie Hughes
Lucy Jenks Darrall Kelly Bobby Lord James Meridyth Dennis MontanezTo Be a Success!!
Kim Osborne Don Owings John Pilcher Mike Pyburn Maria Reyna
Armando Reyes Curtis Roach Juan Rodriquez Jesus Santa Cruz Phillip Sarmiento
Tom Sawyer Jose Serna Pat Sims Stacy Tucker Richard VelasquezSeventh Graders Achieve Goals
Steven Alexander Maria Alvidrez Jason Atkinson Kavin Ballard Sara Bannister
Darla Benham Gwen Berryhill Teresa Bishop Robert Boman George Brown
Becky Brown Lee Bryant George Callahan Rosa Castillo Violet Colvin(VI
Seventh Graders Learn the
Stephen Crocker Rosa Cueto Susan Davis Shelly Dunn Rita Espino
Lisa Fish Teresa Frank Melissa Frazier Carmela Garcia Tim Garrett
Shawn Gass Paul Gaylor Cathy Good Royce Gould Mike Hemmingson
These seventh graders prepare to take notes.
106Art of Note Taking
Armida Herrera Susan Hiner Ricky Hoyt Angie Hughes Peggy Jaquess
Lee Ann Jones Jimmy Jordan Devin Landes Stacy Meridyth John Morrissey
Adam Muro Candi Nelson Billy Newton Dorianne Norman Keith Phillips
107Seventh Graders Lead
Donny and Craig stop by their lockers before going to class.
Craig Phillips Johnny Ruth Chris Turner
Kelly Roach Susanna Serna Ranee Turner
Albert Rodriquez Donnie Spoon D'Ann Vestal
Corina Ruiz Teresa Stephens Austin Williams
Ruby Ruiz Tanna Thompson Linda Wood
108an Active Life
Mrs. Collier's class looks for books in the library.
The junior high cheerleaders practice after school.
Miss Massey's class prepares to watch a film.
109Witty Students Are Found in CJH
These junior high students take a break from their studies.
Mrs. Walker writes Jeff an absentee slip.
110Sixth Graders Learn Democracy
Lupe Abrigo Robbie Bethany
Victoria Abrigo James Bland
Patsy Albidrez Curtis Callahan
Mary Alvidrez Cloys Chaney
Jimmy Be rumen Anita Charo
Johnny Collins Cathy Diel
Laurie Collvins Bunny Easter
Jeff Conner Paul Emmert
Kim Cox Eloisa Espino
Lisa Coy Janice FiteSix Graders Begin
Lee Fox Solomon Garcia Kristi Hatley Bryan Henson Siria Hernandez
Pedro Herrera Wendi Holt Jerry Houston James Inman Roman Jenks
The question and answer period is interrupted by the photographer.
112New Studies in CJH
Aaron Johnson Gary Laing John Lane Wayne Lewis
Cindie Lott Lisa Meridyth John Moody Lance Morrissey
Le Ann Lord Charles Motes
Paula Motes Alex Muro Jody Nordman Dwayne Overton Larry Pacheco
Amy Pickerel Maria Ramirez Mary Reed Matt Robinson Linda Rodriquez
113Six Graders Make New Friends
Belen Serna Tana Vestal
Laura Sikes Clint Walker
David Smith Tina Spoon
Billy Watkins Anita Weber
Dario Velasquez Frank Werner
Michael Westbrook Heidi Wiltshire
Federico FabeloJr. High Class FavoritesStudents Have More Fun
Juan and Tom have found something more interesting than their studies.Special Children in School
Sheila Chaney Loyd Fox Nanette Hernandez Peggy Jones Roberta Jordan
Paula Stonecipher Shannon Worley
Second Grades Await Instructions
117The Leaders and the
A few of the students of CJH gather around for a morning rap session with Mr. Goodman, who is busy filling up the coke machine for the students.
Officers seated: Reporter Steve Alexander, Secretary and Treasurer Kim Cox, Vice-president Bobby Lord, and President Dennis Montanez. Members: Teresa Franks, Peggy Jaquess, Alex Muro, Kim Osborne, Marcia Aguilar, Melissa Frazier, Paul Emmert, and Le'Ann Lord (not shown). Sponsor Mrs. Davis.
118Officers Lead the Way
The eighth grade class officers are: Bobby Lord, President; Pat Sims, Vice-President; and Kelli Diel, Secretary-Treasurer.
The seventh grade class officers are Steve Alexander, President; Susan Davis, Secretary-Treasurer; and Mike Hemmingson, Vice-president.Officers Have Determination
The 6th grade officers have found out what it is to be leaders. They are from (L-R) Paul Emmert, President; Kristi Hatley, Secretary-Treasurer and Lisa Coy, Vice-President.
The junior high program for the basketball boys has helped to improve their ability to play basketball tremendously, thanks to the help of Mr. Jones and Mr. Coulter. They have put in many hours teaching their teams the fundamentals of the game. Even though the team's record does not show that they are winners, they have the potential to become winners.
Left: The 7th grade team is bottom row (L-R) Keith Phillips, Austin Williams, Adam Muro. Top row (L-R) Jimmy Jordan, Steve Alexander, Albert Rodriquez, Johnny Ruth, and Coach Jones.
Below the 8th grade team is bottom row (L-R) Armando Reyes, Jimmy Collins, Todd Cox. Top Row (L-R) Todd Carter, Mike Pybum, Michael Brock, Craig Phillips, and Coach Coulter.
121Girls Show Pride and Skill
Eighth grade basketball team, sitting, Laurie Collvins, Teresa Stephens, Marcia Aguilar, Lucy Jenks, and Violet Colvin. Standing, Darrall Kelly, Tammie Ferbrache, Connie Hughes, Jeannie Houston, and Kelli Diel.
Seventh grade basketball team, sitting, Maria Alvidrez, Candi Nelson, Peggy Jaquess, and Darla Benham. Standing, Susan Hiner, Cathy GtxxJ, Tanna Thompson, Armida Herrera, and Susan Davis. These teams are coached by Miss Shafer.
122. . Volleyball
Spirit Is .
Members of the volleyball team are as follows: Bottom row: Roberta Jordan, Kelli Diel, Candy Nelson, Tanna Thompson, Peggy Jaquess, Teresa Frank, Susana Serna, Sara Bannister, Darall Kelly. Top row: Coach Massey, Lee Ann Jones, Susan Hiner, Connie Hughes, Cathy Good, D'Ann Vestal, Shelly Dunn, Armida Herrera, and Manager Manuela Berumen.
Coach Montoya and his students discuss 'The Alien."Below: These Junior High students find their studies fun.
Above: These students all seem to be daydreaming.Band Members Show Dedication
Junior high band, 1st row: Teresa Stephens, Kim Osborn, Violet Colvin, Connie Hughes, Maria Alvidrez and Candi Nelson. 2nd row: Kelli Diel, Darla Benham, Cathy Good, Jeannie Houston, Sarah Bannister, and Shawn Gass. 3rd row: Dennis Montanez, Richard Velasquez, Evan Brown, Tim Garrett, Donny Spoon, Paul Gaylor, Curtis Roach, Jason Atkinson, Juan Rodriquez, and Phillip Deaton. Back row: Peggy Jaquess, Tanna Thompson, Gary Laing, Aaron Johnson, Johnny Blevins, Robert Boman, Mike Hemmingson, Johnny Ruth, Todd Cox, Jose Santa Cruz, and Galdino Garcia.
125These Choirs Make Music
The Junior High Choir members are as follows: Ms. McDonald, Teresa Frank, Rebecca Brown, Maria Alvidrez, Fredrico Fabelo, Salomon Garcia, Jody Nordman, Chris Kahn, Paul Emmert, Royce Gould, Lisa Coy, and Laura Williams. Second row: Rosa Pondo, Ruby Leyva. Susana Serna, Corina Leyva, Jimmy Jordan, Ranee Turner, Dwayne Overton, Chris Turner, John Morrissey, Anita Weber, James Meridyth, Armando Reyes. Third row: Frances Moody, Lucy Jenks, Darrall Kelly, Melissa Frazier, Linda Wood, James Inman, Kelly Roach, Christopher Charley, Todd Carter, Austin Williams, Tom Sawyer, Mike Pyburn, Albert Rodriquez, and Peggy Suter. Fourth row: Cindi Ellis, Shelly Dunn, Stacy Meridyth, D'Ann Vestal, Joyce Mantrell, Michael Brock, John Pilcher, Valantin Saenz, Ricky Hoyt, Devin Landes, Craig Phillips, Nathan Batchelor, Tomas Garcia, and Phillip Sarmiento.
Seventh and Eighth Grade Choir members are as follows: first row, Lucy Jenks, Teresa Frank, Rebecca Brown, Ruby Leyva, Corina Leyva, Jimmy Jordan. Second row: Darrall Kelly, Melissa Frazier, Shelly Dunn, Armando Reyes, Todd Carter, Austin Williams, and Mike Pyburn. Third row: D'Ann Vestal, Christopher Charley, Michael Brock, Ricky Hoyt, Craig Phillips, and Tom Sawyer.
126Important People Preparing
Mrs. Miller and Mr. Johnson have managed to keep things in the elementary school organized. Mrs. Miller has been secretary for twenty-two years and she has built up good relationships with the students. This is Mr. Johnson's fourth year as elementary principal and he has kept the students in line and has helped them with their needs. Mrs. Miller and Mr. Johnson are helping the students look into the future.
128Students for the Future
The elementary faculty has many responsibilities watching over their students during school. The teachers are around whenever they are needed. They prepare the students for junior high which takes time and patience.
Ms. Alexander, K Mrs. Bachman, 2 Mr. Barrett, 3 Mrs. Chaffin, 2 Mrs. Col born, 5
Mrs. Dyer. Resource Mrs. Earhart, 3 Mrs. Hammond, 4 Mrs. Hamrick, 5 Mrs. Harbour, Reading
Mrs. Herron, 1 Mrs. Holland, Aide Mrs. Jenks, Aide Mrs. Jones, 3 Mrs. McLean, 2
Mrs. Myers, Aide Mrs. Osborn, 1 Mrs. Patterson, 1 Mrs. Shields, K
Mrs. Springer, 4 5 Mr. Werner, 4 Mrs. Westmoreland, Aide Mrs. Wink, Aide
The following students on this page and the following page to Jimmy Willoughby are in Mrs. Colborn's fifth grade class. On the following page, Nichole Alford through Tim Carter are in Mrs. Hamrick's fifth grade class.
Octavio Alvarez Elizabeth Cueto Patricia King
Tony Be rumen Shelby Edwards Celia Landeros
Linda Carrasco Troy Frank Julia Lenard
Olga Castillo Toni Heady Travella Lopez
Chris Charley Elizabeth Hilton Frankie Muro
These fifth grade students take a milk break.Their Field of Knowledge
Tobie Orona Todd Reid Rosa Reyna Brandon Robbins Maribel Rodriquez
Consuelo Ruiz Estella Serna Joseph Smith Joy Weldy Jimmy Willoughby
Nichole Alford James Bannister Marcella Bolster Becky Boman Tim CarterFifth Graders Study
The following students on this page are in Mrs. Hamrick's fifth grade class.
James Helms Craig Lane
Carolina Cueto Sandra Herrera Corbit Moody
Jim Dennis Sylvia Herrera Larry Motes
Melody Donoho Billy Jackson Bill Norman
Arsenia Espino William Landes Melissa Reese
This fifth grade student is putting together Angel Rodriquez Adrian Ruiz Dolores Saenz a poem book.
Lupe Villalobos Alana Walker Tami WestbrookMath and History
The following students on this page are in Mrs. Springer's fifth grade class.
Cherie Braddock Sheila Carmack
Tera Farrington Dale Jones
Ismael Perez Galen Shephard
Doyal Chaney Sara Coulter Donna Montanez
Wanda Kelton Ronnie Meridyth Dawn Yarbrough
James Tucker Kristin Worley
133Mrs. Hammond's and Mr. Werner's
Butch Allen Dana Easter Kimberly Howard Shane Overton Regis Shepherd
Gail Bayes Keith Emmert Aaron Judkins Stacie Putnam Latoya Sims
Frank Beck Jason Fields Lorena Landeros Helena Reed Cheryl Jo Teague
Mary Berryhill Jeff Good Doreen Montanez Carey Rudd Michael Waggoner
Micah Canafax Misty Hiner Melissa Motes Tyler Seals Becky WaltersStudents Have Fun Learning
Steve Almager Grant Davidson Ronald Graves Keith Logan
Jimmy Ben ham Ken Don Fish Shelly Henson
Samantha Braddock Michael Frazier Shannon Jones
Valerie Brasted Herberto Gonzales Elizabeth Kelton
Wade Brown Michelle Gould Cheryl King
These fourth grade students show their smiling faces to the photographer.
135Shy and Happy Students
Mikea McCasland Corinna Smith
Heather Morrissey Ruth Vargas
Justin Osborn Donna Velasquez
Blanca Ramirez Mitzi Whitfill
Paul Reyna Kelly Willard
Make Up the 4th Grade
Above: Mr. Werners students: Below: Mrs. Springer's students.
Daniel Albidrez Stephanie Barnes Cente Castillo Sonya Cooper James Dennis
Rodney Lord Desiree Morrissey Michael Parker Samantha Sims Rose Marie Werner
136Third Graders Learn Cursive
Austin OsbornThird Graders Take a Big
Mrs. Earhart and Mr. Barrett work with these students each day.
Hope Rawlings Justo Rios David Robinson Bobby Sikes
Danny Deaton Frank Dittemore Greg Gomez Kimberli Holden
Kimberly Brecheen James Brown Victor Castillo Gene Cooksey
Cameron PeckhamStep Toward the Fourth Grade
Mrs. Jones teaches Responsibility to her class.
Heather Preas Sergio Prieto Fernando Reyna Nancy Rodriquez
Jennifer Scarfe Tommie Williams Scotty Acosta Eric Armijo
Laura Britton Crystal Charley Chris Diel Daniel Edwards
Kim Hemmingson Bob Holt James Jenks Stephanie Jones Brian King
139Third Graders Learn Patience
Jennifer McCasland Richard Meridyth Anita Ortega
Chad Roach Leslie Rodgers Steve Sanders Lori Westbrook
140We Have Walked . . .
Jennifer Able Brett Bethany Kendall Boyd
Melanie Giles Christy Green Cheryl Henson
Kim Coulter Rachel Hernandez
Cecelia Cueto Jose Herrera
Bryan Jones Lucia Landeros Allen Madden Elaine Montanez
Dalia Munez Sammy Ortega Misty Owens David Pacheco
Terry Reid Eloy Ruiz Paula Serna George Werner
These are Mrs. Bachman's students.
141A Mile, but Have . . .
Tammy Coy April Judkins Felipe Navarette James Sanders
April Adams Robbie Dunn Elma Leyva Christy Owens Misti Turner
Amy Armijo Brenda Gonzales Bryan Mahan Paul Putnam Kennith Weber
Robert Boozer Julie Henson Michelle McFarland Amber Robinson Alan Worley
Kelly Colvin Jennifer Holland Danny Miller Joshua Ruth Richard Yeager
142Many More To Go
Norma Armendariz Christy Collins Ramon Hernandez juan Lucero Flor Rios
Shawn Bethany Kenny Cox Larry Jennings Bobby Miller Annabella Saenz
Howard Britton I iura Dennis Becky Jones Colleen Morrissey Charles Stonecipher
Cynthia Campos Xan Gladden Christine Kelly Juana Perez Shelly Turner
Scoop Clemens Joe Helms Damian Lopez Brian Raybon Laura Westmoreland
143First Graders Begin
Annabelle Abrigo Chris Colvin Michelle Horry Kellie Malone Frank Rivas
Noel Armendarez Melissa Dixon Cynthia Kelly Anita Montenegro Belen Ruiz
Steve Berumen Steve Garcia Sheila Kirkland Shellv Overton joe Robin Sims
Aleisha Branch Jimmy Gooch Wendy Logan James Peterson Richard Terry
Dennis Call Kandi Hemmingson Mindy McCasland Holly Preas Angela Veteto
144to Read and Write
Armando Vozza Dana Wilkinson Elton Williams
Students Armando Vozza through Elton Williams are in Mrs. Herron's first grade class. All other students on this page are in Mrs. Osborn's first grade class. On preceding page these students are in Mrs. Herron's class.
Stephen Aguilar Brent Cates Oscar Grade Heidi Knight
Danny Alvarado Daniel Colvin Timothy Green Hardy Lenard
Veronica Avalos Deniece Cornett Melissa Grogan Martha McCullar
Tony Bolster Lorena Galindo Joey Ivey Scott Moberly
Juan Caballero Gloria Gayton Samantha King Javier Montoya
145First Graders Take Their
Robert Motes Jeana Nicely Sabina Ortega Gloria Prieto
Rosalba Rodriquez Amy Rush Willy Stephens Aztrid Vozza
The above students from Robert Motes to Kiley Willard are in Mrs. Osborn's first grade class.
The students below and on the following page are in Mrs. Patterson's first grade class.
Micah Ramos Shelly Westmoreland Kiley Willard
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Patty Blake Jason CopleyFirst Step to Success
Charles Gass Octavio Gaton
Tommy King James Logan
Steven Navarette Robert Nolan
Leaslie Gray Lori Hatley
Randy McLean Michael Montanez
Brett Parker Kristene Rawlings
Charlotte Jones Ernestina Montoya Matthew Rodriquez
Angelia WhitfillKindergartners Experience
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Dinah Alvarado Randy Gladden Rebecca Jordan Hank Palmer Jason Able
Darell Brewer Manuel Gonzalez Michael Lapsley Rebecca Payne Robby Barnes
Allison Carrasco Beth Gray Belia Leyva Marla Rudd Michael Boehm
Debbie Cornett Jennifer Haase Bobby Madden Isreal Saenz Nancy Caballero
Roberta Cueto Aaron Hensley Pablo Moreno Vanessa Smith David Criswell
Jill Fino Scot Hodges Angelica Nuney Celia Armendariz t Candida Davis
The students on this page, starting with Dinah Alvarado through Vanessa Smith are in Mrs. Alexander's morning kindergarten class. Celia Armendariz through Candida Davis are in Mrs. Alexander's afternoon kindergarten class.
148the Excitement of School
PHOTO Not Avoiloblo
Jeremy Delozier Henry King Casondra Williams Belinda Ferbrache Russell Lee
Sandra Gay ton Gwen Logan Taresa Worley Jessica Garcia Gideon Lethco
Clabe Henson Misty Mathis Rocio Acevedo Perry Gould Jason Meek
Jeffery Howell Laci Owen Jessica Berry Brent Hodges Jimmy Nicely
Linda Johnson Abel Ruiz Heather Bulman April Hunter Rochelle Paterson
Jackie Lenard Christy Turner Elipido Cueto Rocky Jenks Lupe Rivas
The students on this page, Jeremy Delozier through Taresa Worley are in Mrs. Alexander's afternoon kindergarten class. Rocio Acevedo through Lupe Rivas are in Mrs. Shield's morning kindergarten class.Cardinal Pride Begins Here
Trey Whitfill Cokie Donoho Jason Lane Ernie Peterson
Tami Willson Sandra Avalos
Natalie Evans Georgia Gutierrez Lance McLean Angela Motes
Frankie Rawlings Amber Usner
The students on this page are in Mrs. Shield's afternoon kindergarten class. Not shown is Barbara Dixon.
150Band and Choir Make Music
5th grade band, 1st row: Kristin Worley, Sarah Coulter, Melody Donoho, Galen Shephard. 2nd row: Wanda Kelton, Donna Montanez, Maribel Rodriquez, Tera Farrington, Ronnie Meridyth, Melissa Reese, and Joy Weldy. 3rd row: Brandon Robbins, James Bannister, Tony Berumen, Shelby Edwards, James Tucker, Cherie Braddock, Bill Norman, Joseph Smith, Todd Reid, Jimmy Heck, and Troy Frank. Back row: Billy Jackson, Marcella Bolster, Brian Henson, and Nicole Alford. Not pictured are William Landes and Doyle Chaney.
5th grade choir, 1st row: Dawn Yarbrough, Teresa Cordoza, Olga Castillo, Sheila Carmack, Guadalupe Villalobos, Dolores Saenz, Sonya Reynolds, and Michael Heady. 2nd row: Arsenia Espino, Julia Lenard, Consuelo Ruiz, Sylvia Herrera, Toni Heady, Carolina Cueto, and Celia Landeros. 3rd row: Craig Lane, Larry Motes, Rosa Reyna, Estella Serna, Linda Carrasco, Angel Rodriquez, Corbit Moody, James Helms, and Gary Hill. 4th row: Ismael Perez, Timothy Carter, Adrian Ruiz, Dale Jones, Chris Charley, Becky Boman, Eleazar Pando, Octavio Alvarez, and Frankie Muro. Not shown: Jim Dennis, Elizabeth Cueto, Patty King, and Alana Walker.
151Milk time is fun.
Can't you see we are trying to work?
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