Eunice High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Eunice, NM)
- Class of 1987
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Supporters..................................150The 1987 Cardinal is dedicated to Mrs. Glenda Chapman. She has been employed by Eunice Schools for sixteen years. During these years, she has worked with and for the students in many activities.
Serving as cheerleader sponsor, student council sponsor, and class sponsor has taken up much of her private life. Commuting to her work has not stopped her from being an avid Cardinal fan, as she can be seen at numerous sporting events as well as academic activities.
Mrs. Chapman is involved in various school committees along with serving the community in several ways. Her work is respected among her fellow workers and the students she works with.
The 1987 Annual Staff proudly dedicates this annual to Mrs. Glenda Chapman for all of the support she has given the students at Eunice High School.'Paitittttg-
PAINTING MEMORIES is the 1987 yearbook staff’s version of this school year. Depicting the theme is the new Cardinal mascot which the senior class presented to the school on April 29, 1987, as a symbol of their appreciation for the education they received. This piece of art was created by a artist from our own county, Tex
Welch of Westcraft Metal Arts. Mr. J. E. Earhart generously placed the Cardinal on the front of the high school. As the pages are turned, expressions, feelings, and activities of this past year of school are hoped to be forever painted in the minds of every reader.
Special thanks go to Mr. Sam Oswald and Tony Berumen for their artwork and cover design.
3A Panorama of Hayrides
All eyes are on the game.
Will one bite do it. Chris?
"Wait, Scott!" Angela yells.
Pandemonium reigns as
4Fun Days, and Sporting EventsDesigning Facesand Costumes
Brandon and Bryan put on war paint for the NMMI football game.
David Criswell might be the next Karate Kid!
Believe it or not? This is Mrs. Carmack.
Le’Ann gets even with Coach York, or does she?Will this type of food cause cavities?
8Recess, and First Love10Mr. and
Mr. E.H.S. Matt Robinson and Miss E.H.S. Cathy Diel
Matt reflects upon his memories at EHS. Miss E.H.S. Cathy Die I
Mr. E.H.S. Matt Robinson
Cathy strives to finish her research paper.Homecoming
Football Honorees at the 50-Yard Line
King Gary Laing and Queen Lisa Coy
Seniors — Matt Robinson and Le’Ann Lord
Juniors — Brandon Robbins and Tracey ClementsPromenade
Because money was scarce and Ferraris were expensive, the 1986 Homecoming Royal Court arrived in open-air, easy-riding golf carts.
The first attendant to be driven onto the green was Leslie Rodgers. She was assisted out of the cart by Scott Mitchell, and they proceeded through the Homecoming Promenade. They were followed by the sophomore attendants. Dawn Dobbs and Jimmy Benham. As Dawn received her rose, the juniors appeared on the scene. Brandon Robbins greeted Tracey Clements and they gracefully made their way to the arch.
Lisa Coy, the first senior candidate for queen, made her entrance onto the field where she was met by her escort Gary Laing. Completing the court was the second senior candidate, Le’Ann Lord, escorted by Matt Robinson. As they walked to the arch the crowd waited in anticipation for the big announcement: the 1986 Homecoming Queen was Lisa Coy with Gary Laing at her side making the formal presentations.
After the Homecoming traditions were carried out, the 1986 Homecoming Royal Court left the field with cameras flashing in their eyes.
Sophomores — Jimmy Benham and Dawn Dobbs
Freshmen — Scott Mitchell and Leslie Rodgers
15King Chris Lyle and Queen Sara Coulter
Seniors — John Lane and Angela Allen
A Night to
The Halloween Carnival was a night to remember. All the classes were excited to start working and earning money for their groups. Everyone was waiting anxiously to find out who was going to be crowned Halloween King and Queen.
After getting all the couples together on the stage, the 1986 Halloween ceremony began. The excitement started when freshmen Jennifer McCasland and Chris Diel were announced. The sophomore attendant wasRemember
Latoya Sims escorted by Rodney Lord. Being junior attendant seemed to make Sara Coulter very nervous, as well as her escort Chris Lyle. But waiting calmly was the senior attendant, Angela Allen, who was met by John Lane at the center of the stage.
When it was announced that the junior class had won, Chris presented Sara with flowers, a necklace and crown, and then the traditional kiss. It was a night to remember, and the Halloween carnival was once again a success.
Sophomores — Rodney Lord and Latoya SimsBalloons and
The 1987 Basketball Homecoming was a big night for all participants. The halftime activities began with the entrance of Freshmen Shaun Lester and Celina Montanez. Meeting next in the center of the gym were Sophomores Shane Overton and Doreen Montanez. Then, Shay Boatman presented Kristin Worley with her rose as the Juniors were recognized. Senior couples who vied for the top honors were Matt Robinson and Susanne Sack, followed by Eric Maddan and Kim Cox.
There was a hush in the crowd as the king and queen were announced — Eric and Kim! They walked to the center of the court where he presented her with a bouquet of red roses, a necklace, the crown, and the traditional kiss. The night ended well as both girls’ and boys’ varsity teams defeated Lake Arthur.
Seniors — Matt Robinson and Susanne Sack
King Eric Maddan and Queen Kim Cox
Juniors — Shay Boatman and Kristin Worley
Sophomores — Shane Overton and Doreen Montanez Freshmen — Shaun Lester and Celina Montanez
The 1987 Senior Class picked their Hall of Fame honorees by nominating each other and then voting. Each position was filled by the boy and girl with the most votes. Being nominated was a privilege but receiving the honor was even more exciting.
Most Intelligent — Dwayne Overton and Kelly Mauldin
Most School Spirited — Gary Laing and Kristi Hatley
Most Likely to Succeed — Eric Maddan and Cathy Diel
Most Forgetful — Johnny Collins and Angela Allen
Most Athletic and Biggest Flirt — Kim Cox and Bryan Henson
During Mr. Herron’s extra time he enjoys making keys.
Brenda Parker and W. T. Huffman are taking the oath of office for their new terms from Mrs. Walker.
Eunice School Board Members are — (Sitting) Libby Berry, W. T. Huffman, Gailand Overton. (Standing) George Benham and Charles Evans.
Administration employees had varied duties. Making administrative decisions, guiding the curriculum of the schools, and preparing the budget were a few of Superintendent Don Herron’s duties. Mrs. Walker was Mr. Herron’s secretary so she handled his correspondence and attended board meetings to take the minutes. Debbie Moberly was the bookkeeper and the payroll and insurance clerk. LuAnn Pearson was a part-time secretary who worked on cafeteria payroll and helped prepare the budget. Each person did a different job to keep the schools running smoothly and accurately.
The Secretaries are — Debbie Moberly, LuAnn Pearson, and June Walker.
23Auxiliary personnel of Eunice Schools worked very hard to make sure that bus students arrived at school on time, that children who ate at the cafeteria got good, balanced meals, and that the faculty and student body had nice, neat schools to work in. These people were very important and their work was greatly appreciated.
Bus Drivers — Scott Gladden, Judy Landes.
Cafeteria Workers — Georgia Kuhn, Linda Brewer, Juanita Allen, Rosa Rios, Maria Collins, and Irene Lewis.
Jeanette Boozer, and Evelyn Gladden.
Maintenance Worker® — (1st Row) Bill Trammell. Jacky Blancett. (2nd Row) Linda Fowler, Tina Rodriguez. Bonnie Essman. (3rd Row) Roger Brewer. Mildred Harless, Dean Johnson. (Not Pictured) Juan Rodriguez, and J. E. Seely.Striving
Mr. Bill Robinson, who finished his second year at Eunice High School, endeavored to run the school smoothly. He attended numerous functions, prepared reports, and met with committees, in addition to his other duties.
Serving in the high school office as secretary and registrar, Mrs. Gwen Hahn completed her 31st year in the system before her retirement during the summer. Since being employed by the Eunice Schools, she always strived to keep the faculty, students, and administrators happy. She did this by maintaining permanent records, typing transcripts, ordering materials, and organizing office activities.
Mrs. Gwen Hahn will truly be missed in the years to come at Eunice High School as both a friend and a secretary.
Principal Bill Robinson enters scheduling data into the computer.
Mrs. Hahn enjoys her work as the high school secretary.
26T o Educate
The Jr. Sr. banquet program is being viewed by the faculty.
27Teachers — Working
Librarian Sheila Ford
Business Ed., Annual Nancy Hicks
The home ec. class surprises Mr. Malone with a birthday party.
The new wave catches Coca Cola and Coach Reese.Outside the Classroom
Physical Ed., Coach
Don Reese Belinda Robertson
Social Studies English, Speech Drama
Scott Saldevar Buddy York
Physical Ed. Social Studies, Coach
Coach Ford and Rodney practice their first aid techniques on Mrs Carmack.
Being junior and cheerleader sponsor keeps Miss Elliott very busy.Class Motto: Together These are the Best of Times
Class Flower: Red Rose
Class Colors: Red, White, and Black
Class Song: “The Best That You Can Do” From
ALBIDREZ. PATRICIA ANN
National Honor Society President 4; NHS 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Girls’ State 3; Class Secretary 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; JV Cheerleader 4; JV Cheerleader 2; Volleyball Manager 1; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2; Office Aide 3, 4; Band 1.
ALLEN, ANGELA KAY
Track 1, 3, 4; Track District Champions 3, 4; State Track Meet 3, 4; Volleybll 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Regional Runners-Up 4; Volleyball State Tournament 4; J.V. Cheerleader 2; Halloween Attendant 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Band 1, 2; Hall of Fame 4.
COLLINS, JOHNNY RAY
Hall of Fame 4.
COLLVINS, LAURIE MICHELLE
Band 1, 2; Solo and Ensemble 1, 2; Class Treasurer 2; Halloween Queen 2; Volleyball 1; Track Manager 4; Office Aide 4; Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech and Drama 4; Pep Band 1, 2.
32COX, KIMBERLY CAROL
Volleyball 1.2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Regional Champions 3; Volleyball District Champions 4; Volleyball Regional Runners-Up 4; Volleyball All-State Honorable Mention 3; Volleyball All-District 4; Band 1, 2; Newspaper Staff 4; Library Aide 3; Office Aide 4.
COY, LISA ANN
Band 1; Halloween Attendant 1; Class Reporter 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2. 4; Class Secretary 4; Office Aide 4; Homecoming Queen 4; National Honor Society 4.
DIEL, CATHERINE DE’ANN
Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 4; Band 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1; Homecoming Attendant 1; Student Council I; Class President 1; Class Vice-President 2, 3; Library Aide 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. Hall of Fame 4; Miss EHS 4
DOBBS, KIMBERLY ANN
Library Aide 3.
ESPINO, ELOISA ARMENDAREZ
Volleyball Manager 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Football Homecoming Attendant 2; Band 1. 2; Flag Corps 2; Girls’ State 3; Library Aide 4; School Play 2; Hall of Fame 4; Annual Staff 3.
HATLEY. KRISTI LYNN
Band 1; Solo and Ensemble 1; School Play 3; Art 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Office Aide 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4.HENSON. TROY BRYAN
Football 1, 2. 3, 4; All-District Football 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Halloween Attendant 1; Football Attendant 3; Basketball Attendant 2; Student Council 1, 4; Boys’ State 3; Hall of Fame 4.
HERNANDEZ. S1RIA SALINA
Volleyball 1, 3, 4; Volleyball
Regional Champions 3; Volleyball District Champions 4; Volleyball Regional Runners-Up 4; Basketball 1. 2; Track 1. 2, 3; Library Aide 3; Student Council 1, 2; State Track Meet 3; Basketball Homecoming Attendant 1.
HOLT, WENDI RENEE
Rodeo Club 1. 3, 4: Basketball Manager 2; Office Aide 3; Home Ec Aide 4; Halloween Queen 3; Rodeo Club Secretary 1. 4; Art 1,3. 4.
JOHNSON. HERSHEL AARON
Football 1, 4; Boys’ State 3; Class President 2, Class Vice President 1; Student Council 1. 2.
LAING. GRAY MAX
Football 1. 2. 3, 4; All-District Football 4; Football All-State Honorable Mention 4; Football Homecoming Attendant 1; Football Homecoming King 4; Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 2. 3; Class President 1. 3; Principal’s Award 3.
LANE. JOHN WESLEY
Boys’ State 3; Band 1, 3; Halloween Attendant 4; Hall of Fame 4; Library Aide 4.
34LORD, LINDA LE’ANN
Volleyball 3, 4; All-District Volleyball 4; Volleyball Regional Champions 3; Volleyball District Champions 4; Volleyball Regional Runners-Up 4; Track 3, 4; State Track Meet 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant 4. Office Aide 3, 4; Band 1, 2.
LYLE, ROBERT LYNN
Class Officer 4; Football Manager 4; Basketball Manager 3; Office Aide 4.
MADDAN, ERIC LANE
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Basketball Homecoming Attendant 4; Track 3; Class Vice-President 4; Solo and Ensemble 3.
MARSHALL, D. SCOTT
Football 1. 2. 4; Track 2; Halloween King 2.
MAULDIN, KELLY ANN
National Honor Society 4; Volleyball Manager 4; Office Aide 4; Class Treasurer 4
MOTES, CHARLES WESLEY
Basketball 4; Football 1. 4; Track 2, 4; Hall of Fame 4.
35OVERTON, GAIL AND DWAYNE
Football 1, 2, 4; Football State Quarterfinals 2; Class President 4; Principal’s Award 1, 4; Science Award 1.
PICKEREL, AMY DENIECE
Track 1, 3; Volleyball 1, 2;
Volleyball Manager 3; State Track Meet 3; Track District Champions 3; Football Homecoming Attendant 3; National Honor Society 4; Office Aide 4; Band 1, 2; Solo and Ensemble 1.
ROBERTSON, DAVID WAYNE
Football 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; State Track Meet 1, 2, 3, 4; Art 1, 2.
ROBINSON, WILLIAM MATTHEW
Football 2, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track
3, 4; Student Council 4; Football
Homecoming Attendant 2, 4;
Basketball Homecoming Attendant
4. Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football All-District 4; State Track Meet 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Mr. EHS 4.
Foreign Exchange Student from Germany 4; Basketball 4; Track 4; State Track Meet 4; Student Council 4; Basketball Homecoming Attendant 4.
ST ASIUK, DOMINIC
36WALKER, CLINT ALAN
Baseball Manager 2, 4; Football Manager 3, 4; P.E. Aide 3; Office Aide 4; Class Reporter 3; Halloween King 3; Camp Ryla 3; Annual Staff 4.
WERNER, FRANK CECIL
Basketball I, 2, 4; Basketball Homecoming Attendant 1; Boys’ State 3; Office Aide 4; Band 1,2.
ZUNIGA. ROSA ANGELA
Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2; Track 1, 3; Class Secretary 1, 2; Hall of Fame 4; Class Favorite 2; Volleyball Regional Champions 3; Volleyball Regional Runners-Up 4; Volleyball District Champions 4; Student Council 3; Flag Corps 2.
3738Berumen, Antonio (Tony) Carmack, Sheila Carrasco, Linda Clements, Tracey
Coulter, Sara Dennis, Anita Espino, Arsenia Farrington, Tera Jo
A Unique Group —
The job of bagging hot steaming popcorn does not discourage Kristin as she does it with a smile.
Fox, Lee Gaytan, Gabriel
Gonzales, Lucy Hardt, Jeffrey
40Brandon fakes to the left and throws to the right!
Bobbing for apples attracts Lee’s attention on Halloween.
Hardt, Michelle Herrera, Sylvia Jones. Dale Kelton, Wanda
Lyle, Christopher Montanez, Donna Morrow, William Norman, Bill
Reyna, Rosa Robbins, Brandon Ruiz, Adrian Ruiz, Consuelo
Serna, Estella Sikes, Laura Walker, Alana Weldy, Joy
Yarbrough, Dawn Not Pictured: Conner, Jeff Hind, Kent
Formal attire makes Bill and Jeff look fashionable at prom.
It Is nice to feel beautiful on prom night.
Billy smiles in spite of his new wardrobe.
Chris is telling Shay how much he admires Bill’s mustache.
The junior class sang “Arthur’s Theme” at prom in honor of the seniors.
4344place in the Homecoming Parade
lore Class Officers are — Reporter Mlc it Michael Parker, Treasurer Doreen MontaA iTjinfimy Benham, and Secretary Scott Morrow
Adams, Cecil Albidrez, Daniel Allen, William Almager, Steve
Barber, Eddie Barraza. Guerrero Bayes, Gail Benham, Jimmy
Boatman, Shay Caballero, Blanca Canafax, Micah Dobbs, Dawn
Frazier, Michael Fuller, Michael Galindo, Octavio Gonzalez, Herberto
Good, Jeffrey Gould, Michelle Henson, Shelly Hernandez, Nanette
Johnson, Jeffrey Judkins, Aaron Kelton, Elizabeth Lord. Rodney
Mrs. Chapman puts the finishing touches on Jeff’s and Scott’s Halloween costumes.Sophomores
McCasland, Mikea McMahan, Donna Montanez, Doreen Morrow, Jeri
Morrow, Scott Motes, Larry Osborn, Justin Overton, Shane
Parker, Michael Rangel, Sara Reed, Helena Reyna, Raul
Sims, Latoya Sims, Samantha Slaughter, Jerry Smith, Shawna
48Success to Come
Velasquez. Donna Werner. Rose Whitfill. Mitzi Willoughby, Jimmy
Fabela. Frederico Santa Cruz. Martha
Armijo, Eric Boatman, Heath Brecheen, Kimberly Cates, Christie
Colvin, David Cooksey, Gene Cooper, Sonya Deaton, Danny
Freshmen mingle with upperclassmen before class begins.
Dennis, James Diel, Christopher Donoho, Melody Drake, Marjorie
Frank, Troy Grogan, Keith Hemphill, David Hernandez, ShellyA Changing
Hopper, Jalena Howard, Kimberly Howton, Jamie Hughes, Kenneth
Huntsman, Holly Jennings, Larry Jones, Stephanie Landes, William
Lester, Shaun Leyva, Elvia Logan, Keith Mauldin, MarkAtmosphere
Freshmen are amazed at the art of photography.
McCasland, Jennifer Mitchell, Scott Montanez. Celina Morrissey, Desiree
Orozco, Humberto Osborn, Austin Peckham, Cameron Prieto, Sergio
Rackley, LaDonna Ragland, Ken Don Rangel, Aracelia Rawlings. Hope
Richardson. Christina Richardson. Jamie
Roach. Chad Robinson, David
Rodgers. Leslie Rodriguez, Nancy Rogers, Elaina Saldana, Claudia
56The Challenge of a Lifetime
Saldana, Liliana Sanders. Steve Scarfe, Jennifer Sikes. Bobby
Smith. Shane Street. Laura
Tavarez, Amparo Thomack, Blayne
Torrez, Anna Waggoner. Michael Walters, Kathy (Not Pictured:)
Beck, Frank Ramirez, Jessica Sanchez, Jose Williams, Tommie
5758Living Up to Excellence
Jones, Cathy Diel, Patsy Albidrez, Kristin Worley, Brandon Robbins, Wanda Kelton, and Kelly
National Honor Society members were selected by sponsors based on the qualities of leadership, scholarship, character, and service. Each member maintained a 3.3 grade point average throughout the year.
The organization held their installation in the autumn and also made fruit baskets for the elderly at Christmas. During the spring, the members were sold to the students and faculty for slave day. With these earnings, they enjoyed their spring banquet which was held at Cattle Baron.
While Brandon sneaks a peak at the camera, Wanda signs the book as the others watch.
The officers are Secretary Dale Jones, Vice-President Cathy Diel, President Patsy Albidrez, Reporter Kristin Worley, and Treasurer Wanda Kelton.
60Watch Out Congress
The students who attended Boys’ and Girls’ State were honored to have been selected by the American Legion to represent Eunice. The experience taught them the duties, privileges, rights, and responsibilities of every good citizen. They participated in their own
government to help them understand how the local, state, and national governments function. Girls’ state was held at MMMI in Roswell, and Socorro hosted Boys’ State. Besides being a great educational experience, they met interesting people and made new friends.
John Lane and Aaron Johnson discuss the U.S. Constitution.
Girl Staters Patsy Albidrez and Eloisa Espino look over an important document.
Bryan Henson, Frank Werner, and Matt Robinson stop by the library to have their picture taken.
Keeping Those Ideas
The Student Council continued its policy of changing and adding activities for the benefit of the students and community. The council supervised a Halloween Fun Day which featured a mixer, movie, mas querade parade, and fun games for everyone.
One of the service projects was the Thanksgiving food basket that was given to a deserving family. Also, for the first time, the student council sponsored two separate blood drives. Participants from the
and Changes Going
community and school helped to make these projects successful, and over forty pints of blood were added to the blood bank.
In December, the council bought and decorated the school Christmas tree and sponsored a hayride and swim party for the entire school.
Their second annual enchilada supper was a big success — thanks to all of the dedicated workers and supporters.
The Student Council Consists of (Front Row) Jennifer McCasland. Donna Montanez, Wanda Kelton, Brandon Robbins, Susanne Sack. Bryan Henson, Chris Lyle. (Middle Row) Doreen Montanez. Matt Robinson, Shelly Henson. Patsy Albidrez, Jimmy Benham, Michelle Gould. (Back Row) Ken Don Ragland. Rodney Lord, Kristin Worley, Billy Morrow, and Dale Jones.Eleven members attended the state convention held in Ruidoso. The seminars and assemblies they attended were built around the theme "The Future is Ours.” They left Ruidoso with many memories and new friends. According to those attending. "It was the single most important educational experience in our lives.”
Does Mrs. Chapman, the sponsor, have a split personality?
63Marching to a Different Drum
Band Members are — (First Row) Amber Robinson, Laura Westmoreland, Tammy Coy, Tami Van Maanen, Joy Weidy, Anna Torrez, Laura Den nis, Julie Henson, Melissa Reese. (Second Row) Nancy Rodriguez, Donna Nemec, Kelly Colvin, Joe Galvan, Celina Montanez. Jalena Hopper, Tommie Williams, Geminy Stringham, Misti Turner, Melanie Giles, Cheryl Henson. (Third Row) Steve Almager, Heath Boatman, Director Mike Hogeboom, Rachel Hernandez, and Becky Dennis.
Officers are — (Sitting) Nancy Rodriguez, Celina Montanez. (Standing) Julie Henson, Cheryl Henson, Steve Almager, and Heath Boatman.
Drum major Joy Weidy discusses the music with Mr. Hogeboom.The band warms up before the parade.
Rosa and Tracy perform a skit at the Employees’ Banquet.
The fine arts section consists of band, drama, and art. Working hard all year long to perfect their crafts, the students strived to be the best they could be.
In addition to playing at home football games, the band held a Christmas concert and performed at the graduation exercises. Under adverse conditions, the group still performed to the best of its ability.
Mr. Sam Oswald and his classes entered various art exhibits and won many awardsfor their achievements. Their craftsmanship was displayed at numerous events, and they helped with projects like prom and the annual.
The members of the newly — formed drama department produced one-act skits and full-scale comedies. For the pleasure of the school, they performed several playsand entertained the audience at the Employee’s Banquet with Vaudeville routines. To complete the year, the drama class produced a full-scale play, “Washington Never Slept Here.”Bound for Broadway
The Drama Students express the feeling of pain. They are (1st Row) Estella Serna, Hilda Orozco, Kelly Mauldin, Rosa Reyna, Linda Carrasco, Rosie Zuniga. (2nd Row) Sara Coulter, Tracey Clements, Chris Lyle, Laurie Collvins, Anita Dennis, Joy Weldy. (3rd Row) Bob Lyle, Bill Norman, Jeff Conner, Billy Morrow and Eric Maddan.
Miss Robertson and her students breathe a sigh of relief after the play.
Mikea learns new techniques from Mr. Oswald.
Art students have an incentive to create masterpieces.
Art Students are — (Front Row) Octavio Galindo, Kristi Hatley, Le’Ann Lord, Wendi Holt, Amy Pickerel. Bob Lyle, James Tucker. (Middle Row)
Jo Teague, Nanette Hernandez, Martha Santa Cruz, Lucy Gonzalez, Mikea McCasland, Mitzi Whitfill, Tony Berumen. (Back Row) Cecil Adams,
Gary Barraza, Lee Fox. Rose Werner, Shane Overton, Justin Osborn, Fred Fabela, and Sam Oswald.
67Classes of Self-Expression
Melanie and Melissa are intrigued by art graphics.
Everyone sympathizes with Kelly because she broke her lollipop. Sara wonders why she deserves this.Riding and Roping
Rodeo Club Members are — Dale Jones, David Robinson, Matt Robinson, Jimmy Dale Heck, Bob Holt, Brandon Robbins, and (Not Pictured) Shelly Henson.
69The Awesome Annual Staff Consists of — (1st Row) Mrs. Carmack. (2nd Row) Kristin Worley, Angela Allen, Wanda Kelton, Alana Walker. (3rd Row) Dale Jones, Brandon Robbins, and Clint Walker.
Creators of a New
Brandon and Angela study previous annuals.
Is Wanda taking pictures or having hers taken?
70Work of Art
Our advisor, Mrs. Carmack, unwillingly poses for the photographer.
Proof pages, rough drafts, and laughs are a part of the daily work for Wanda, Kristin, Alana, and Angela.
The 1987 Cardinal has been put together by a unique group of talented individuals. They combined their ideas and strived to make the best yearbook to ever come out of Eunice High. Along with the hard work, there were also many good times that will always be remembered. It was a very challenging experience but one in which all returning annual staff members will look forward to next year.CHEERLEADING
Cheerleaders were enthusiastic people. They were a key element in the athletic organization, as they strived to build and maintain spirit at EHS. To help achieve their goal, they attended many workshops where they learned new ideas and routines for use at pep rallies and sporting events.
The 1987 Varsity Cheerleaders are
— (Bottom) Patsy Albidrez. Michelle Gould, Donna Velasquez. (Middle) Lisa Coy, Kristi Hatley, and (Top)
Lisa and Cathy generate the crowd’s spirit.CHEERLEADING
. I’ucneiie, and Kristi monstrate their power, to get the crowd excited S
— Tho rh i»rleaders perform a difficult routine
In the darkness of the night, Patsy, Lisa, and Donna keep the fans on their feet!
The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are — Samantha Sims, Christie Cates, and (Top) Cameron Peckham.VOLLEYBALL
The 1986 Lady Cardinal volleyball team made history — They became Eunice’s first District Volleyball Champions! After winning district and placing second in the regional playoffs, which were held in Eunice, they proceeded to the state tournament. The students, faculty, and cheerleaders assembled Thursday morning to wish the nervous but excited team success in achieving their ultimate goal. However, Crownpoint proved to be a worthy opponent by defeating the Lady Cards in their opening game. Alhtough the girls did not win the slate title, their qualities of hustle, pride, and desire paved the way to
All-District honors went to Kim Cox and Le’Ann Lord.
Senior are — Siria Hernandez, (Middle) Kim Cox, Angela Allen, (Top) Cathy Diel, and Le'Ann Lord.
With visions of state in their heads, the Lady Cards celebrate after crushing Jal for the district title.
Varsity Lady Cardinals — (1st) Angela Allen, Sara Coulter, Cathy Diel, Shelly Henson. (2nd) Helena Reed, Kristin Worley, Siria Hernandez, Rosa Zuniga,
Alana Walker. (3rd) Coach Connie Massey, Kim Cox, Le’Ann Lord, Latoya Sims, and Coach Nancy Hicks.
Lady Cards’ Scoreboard
Opponent Us Them
T ularosa 1-3
Ft. Sumner 0-3
«JV Lady Cardinals — (Front) Rosa Reyna, Donna Montanez, Doreen Montanez, Dawn Dobbs, Christie Cates, Sara Rangel. (Middle) Leslie Rodgers, Cameron Peckham, Celina Montanez. (Back) Coach Connie Massey, Holly Huntsman, Coach Nancy Hicks, Rose Werner, and Hope Rawlings.FOOTBALL
This was not like any other Cardinal football season; this was a losing year. The pride of the Cardinal was haltered, but it was not destroyed. Though success was never on the home side of the scoreboard this year, quitters were never found on the field wearing red jerseys. It was a rebuilding year for the Cardinal football program.
Lack of desire, hustle, size, and experience were the reasons for reconstruction. The bond that holds a team together was not as close as it should have been, but it was strong enough to -keep the team out there pushing each other, striving for perfection.
Keep your heads up, Cards, and better luck next year!
Brandon is forced out of the pocket and is put to the ground.
1986 FOOTBALL SCORES
Capitan 0 28
O'Donnell 7 21
Wink 14 21
Texico 8 11
Tatum 8 29
Lovington 0 41
NMM1 0 44
Dexter 7 40
Lubbock Christian 0 33
Jal 0 44
The Seniors Lead the Pack— (Front) Aaron Johnson, Bryan Henson, David Robertson. (Back) Matt
Robinson, Gary Laing, Eric Maddan, and Dwayne Overton.FOOTBALL
The Cardinals snap off the line of scrimmage.
1986 Cardinals— (1st) Manager Robert Lyle, Larry Jennings, Kenny Hughes, David Robinson, Aaron Johnson, Jimmy Benham, Raul Reyna. (2nd) Eric Armijo, David Robertson, Mark Mauldin, Bryan Henson, Shay Boatman, Gabriel Gaytan, Gary Barraza. (3rd) Manager Aaron Judkins, Billy Morrow, Shane Overton, Michael Fuller, Chris Lyle, David Colvins. (4th) Matt Robinson, Eric Maddan, Bill Norman, Brandon Robbins. Gary La-ing, Dwayne Overton, and Scott Mitchell.
“Here come the Cardinals!”
Bryan blocks for Matt as he turns the corner on a quick-pitch.
Matt puts a hit on an unlucky ball carrier.
New coach Sheila Ford and her Lady Cards had a successful season. At the beginning of the year, they set four major goals and accomplished three of them during the course of the season. The first goal of beating Jal was achieved when the Lady Cardinals convincingly beat the Panthers four times. The second, of going 4-0 in district play, was another record-breaking performance. The third goal of winning and the district championship was capped off with the cutting down of the net. The hope of accomplishing the final goal was crushed when they lost to Hatch in the opening round of the regional tournament.
Even though they set many new records and helped create a new image for girls’ athletics in Eunice, they are looking forward to accomplishing all their goals next year.
Seniors are Kim Cox and Susanne Sack.BASKETBALL
The Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team Consists of — (1st) Coach Massey, Donna Montanez, Kim Cox, Alana Walker, Shelly Henson, Michelle Gould, Coach Ford. (2nd) Holly Hunstman, Dawn Yarbrough, Sara Coulter, Doreen Montanez, Kristin Worley, and Donna Velasquez.BASKETBALL
3irls’ basketball coaches are Sheila Ford and Connie Massey.
Boys' basketball coaches are Buddy York and Scott Saldevar.
Basketball managers are Rodney Lord, Wanda Kelton, and Billy Morrow.
The JV Cards are— (Front Row) Coach Ford, Elaina Rogers, Rosa Reyna, Elvia Leyva, Coach Massey. (Back Row) Samantha Sims, Leslie Rodgers. Donna Velasquez, Celina Montanez, Cameron Peckham, Jennifer McCasland, Mitzi Whitfill, Holly Huntsman, Elizabeth Kelton, Michelle Gould, and Christie Cates.BASKETBALL
he JV Basketball Team— (front) Bob Holt, David Colvin, David Robinson, Mark Mauldin, Humberto Orozco, Octavio Galindo. Jimmy Benham (Back) Coach Scott Saldevar, Charles Motes, Shane Overton, Chris Diel, Frank Werner, Shaun Lester, Kent Hind, Scott Mitchell, Larry Jennings, Daniel Albidrez, Gary Barraza, and Coach Buddy York.
Gary and Humberto dash for the ball.
Even with a hand in his face, Octavio still gets the shot off.BASKETBALL
Boys basketball showed efforts through a tough season.
The team didn’t hit the season off as planned, but they performed quite well on numerous occasions. Struggling to perform up to their expectations, the Cards strived to do their best. However, with burdens of losses on their backs, it was a challenge for the group not to give up. Even though the year was below average, the players agreed that the team has potential for a better tomorrow.
Students and faculty supported the team and complimented them on their efforts.
Award-winning photo depicts Shay’s shooting technique.
All-District player is Michael Parker.
1986-’87 Basketball Scores
OPPONENT US THEM
Brownfield 43 91
Brownfield 55 95
Tularosa 65 99
Andrews 44 119
Tatum 68 89
Hagerman 55 62
Tatum 73 99
Plains 63 75
Petersburg 65 68
Lake Arthur 77 50
NMMI 40 72
Lubbock 51 72
Artesia 59 92
Hagerman 59 75
Dexter 74 92
Lubbock 54 73
Lake Arthur 53 52
Jal 49 85
Dexter 63 115
Jal 40 74
NMMI 34 69
Jal 76 87
I|I1L 5 - 5
The Cardinal Varsity Basketball Team Consists of— (Front) Coach Buddy York, Bryan Henson, Brandon Robbins, Coach Scott Saldevar. (Back) Jimmy Heck. Shay Boatman, 6hris Lyle, Michael Parker, Matt Robinson. Bill Norman, Eric Maddan, Dale Jones, Jeff Good, and Gabriel Gaytan.
puts two In for the home team, is ShayGIRLS’ TRACK
The Girls’ Track Team Consists of — (Sitting) Donna Montanez. Susanne Sack. Angela Allen. (Kneeling) Leslie Rodgers. Jeri Morrow. Kristin Worley. (Standing) Celina Montanez. Liliana Saldana. Kim Cox, Le'Ann Lord, Jennifer Me-Casland. Anna Torrez. Alana Walker, and Coach Davis.
Susanne Sack also finishes first in the long jump at the State track meet.
Seniors are Le’Ann Lord, Susanne Sack, Kim Cox, and Angela Allen.
“Yeah, I did it,” says Alana.GIRLS’ TRACK
Kristin leads the pack to victory.
The best 800 relay team in the state is Celina Montanez, Susanne Sack, Kristin Worley and Alana Walker.
Angela, with a one track mind, works toward winning 4th at the state track meet.
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Le’Ann finds new competition.
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Billy gives it his all.
Boys’ and Girls’ track coaches are Coach Reese and Coach Davis.
The Seniors on the boys’ team are David Robertson, Charles Motes, Matt Robinson, and Eric Maddan.
Easy does it. Matt.
David is flying high!
Eric comes in for landing.BASEBALL
Kenny winds up for the pitch!
Coach Alpers is pleased with the team.
Gary Laing is the only senior on the Cardinal baseball team.
Shay and Gary anticipate the hit.BASEBALL
The Baseball Team Consists of — (Front) Michael Parker, Jason Stasiuk, Scotty Acosta, Gary Barraza. (Middle) Jimmy Benham, Kenny Hughes. Shay Boatman, Scott Mitchell. Chris Lyle. (Back) Coach Saldevar. Gary Laing, Shaun Lester, Bill Norman. Manager Clint Walker, and Coach Alpers.
Pictured with Head Coach Saldevar are the managers Bob Lyle and Clint Walker.
Bill covers first base.GOLF
The Golf Team Consists of — (1st) Joy Weldy, Sara Coulter, Tracey Clements, Ana Ambriz, Doreen Montanez, Dawn Yarbrough. (2nd) Larry Jennings, Shane Overton, Aaron Johnson, Bryan Henson, Jeff Good and Coach York.
Dawn Yarbrough is the only member of the golf team qualifying for state.
Seniors playing golf for Bryan Henson and (Not Pictured) Aaron Johnson.
The Eunice athletes were honored at the annual all-sports banquet which was sponsored by the Booster Club. By attending the event, the community helped support and strengthen the athletic department. Coaches presented awards to outstanding participants.
Those receiving football awards from Coach Davis are Shay Boatman, Matt Robinson, Gary Laing, Bryan Henson, Brandon Robbins, and Eric Maddan.
Moat Valuable Players are — Jeff Good; golf, Alana Walker; track. Matt Robinson; football. Dawn Yarbrough; golf, Michael Parker; basketball,
(Not Pictured) Kim Cox; basketball and Cathy Diel; volleyball.
95Faculty Eighth Graders Seventh Graders Sixth Graders Sports97Junior High
Junior High Principal Don Jones relaxes after a hard day at the office.
Along with the faculty and personnel of Caton Junior High, Mr. Don Jones helped create a sense of enthusiasm within the student body. Through the year, the school faced many challenging experiences and came through with flying colors.
Secretaries require a great deal of talent and patience, which were qualities Mrs. Charlotta Robertson possessed.
The 1987 school year went very smoothly — thanks to the skillful work of the junior high staff.
Secretary Charlotta Robertson takes time out of her busy schedule to smile to for the camera.Round-Up
Not Pictured: Kenneth Ball
Wallace Goodman Dianna Manly Nell Turner
Math Math Librarian
Caton Junior High was very lucky this year to have such a distinguished staff. Mr. Wallace Goodman (Left) was named “Teacher of the Year.” Mrs. Mildred Harless, (Above) was honored as she retired after many dedicated years of service for the Eunice Schools.
Armendariz, Norma Beck, Shannon Boggs, Lonnie Bohannon, Brian
Boyd, Kendall Colvin, Kelly Copeland. Scott Coulter, Kimberly
Cox, Kenneth Coy, Tammy Cueto, Cecelia Dennis, Laura Jean
Dennis, Rebecca England, Tania
Espino. Fernando Fox, Loyd
Fuller, Michelle Galvin, Joseph Giles, Melanie Gladden, L’Juana Xan
Gonzales, Teresa Henson. Cheryl Henson, Julie Hernandez, Rachel
Holland, Jennifer Hughes, Craig Jones, Bryan Jones, Peggy
Jones, Rebecca Jordan, Deanna
Judkins, April Logan, James
101Logan, Wendy Morrissey, Coleen Muniz, Dalia Navarrete, Eric
Ramos, Steven Raybon, Ronnie Reese, Melissa Reyna, Fernando
Robinson, Amber Sanders, James Serrano, Antonio Turner, Misti
These eighth graders concentrate on learning new art techniques.
Future Chefs of America are Alan Worley, Brian Raybon, and Bryan Jones.
Tyree, Mitchel Valensia, Lourdes VanMaanen. Tamara Vigil, Efren
Vozza, Aztrid Werner. George Westmoreland. Laura Worley. Alan
Aguilar, Stephen Jeffrey Alvarado, Danny Ray Arcidez, Letisha Armijo. Amy
Benavides, Cynthia Berumen, Estevan Blake, Patricia Boatman, Stacy
Britton, Howard Caballero, Juan
Castillo, Victor Cates, William
The camera casts its spell on these seventh grade science students.
Christopher, Loren Clements, Timothy Collins, Michele Colvin, Daniel
Cooper, Clifford Cooper, Sean Dixon, Melissa Dobbs, Angela
Dodson, Leah Folk, Maria Galindo, Lorena Garcia, Esteven
Gaytan, Juan Gaytan, Octavio
Gonzales, Brenda Gonzales, Cynthia
Gooch, Jimmy Harvey. Lance
Hatley, Lori Hernandez. Ramon
Hill, Sherry Johnson, Darrell Jones. Charlotte Kirkland. Sheila
Leyva, Elma Malone, Kellie Martin, Kerry McCasland, Mindy
Moberly, Scott Montanez, Elaine Montanez, Michael Montoya, Ernestina
Montoya, Javier Newton, Jennifer
Noble, Johnny Nolen, Robert
Overton, Shelly Parks, Christina Prieto, Gloria Rendon, Mary
Rodriguez, Matthew Ruiz, Eloy Rush, Amy Ruth, Joshua
Saenz, Annabelle Saenz, Jose Saenz, Maria Serna, Paula
These students wait restlessly for the play to begin.
Serrano, Albeto Sims, Joe Swezey, Dorothy Valencia, Naomi
Velasquez, Veronica Vigil, Manuel Vozza, Cesar Armando Westmoreland, Shelly
Whitfill, Angela Wilkinson, Dana Williams, Elton Yeager, Richard
(Not Pictured:) Bohannon, Sherry Bravo, Joe Connor, James McElroy, Celeste
Acevedo, Rocio Adams, Tonya Sue Alvarado, Dinah Ambriz, Angelica
Anders, Frederick Armendariz, Cruz Armendariz, Noel Avalos, Sandra
Avalos, Veronica Berry, Jessica Erin Brewer, Darell Bulman, Heather
Campos, Ileana Carrasco, Allison Cates, Jamie Kaye Contreras, Yvonne
Copeland, Keith Criswell, Richard Cueto, Maria Roberta Davis, Candida
Dixon. Barbara Joann Evans. Natalie Dawn Farrington. Angela Jo Ferbrache. Belinda Gale
Fino, Geneva Jill Fuller. Terry Jean Garcia, Jessica Ann Gass, Charles Dean
Gaytan, Sandra Orona Gladden, Randall Lance Gould, Perry Lee Grado, Oscar Ramirez
Graham, Kathryn Sue Gutierrez, Georgia Ann
Haase, Jennifer Gale Hemphill, Jerry Allen
Murder ball is a fun activity for sixth grade P.E. students.Sixth Grade
Henson, Clabe Allen Hughes, Gayla Dorothy Johnson. Bobbie Ray Johnson. Pauline Faye
Jordan, Lisa Monae Juarez. Jimmy Leyva, Osbelia Maddan, Daniel David
McLean, Randall Meek. Jason Wayne Montoya, Elias Moreno, Jose Pablo
Motes, Robert Navarrete, Connie
Nemec, John Jerry Nicely. Jeana Darlene
“You’re out,” signals Joey.Sixth Grade
Nunez, Anjelica Maria Nunez. Richardo Armando Owen, Laci Dawn Palmer, Hank Marshall
Parker, Johnny Brett Patterson, Chad Allen Peralta, Alma Pilcher, Sammie
Pitts, Chasity Ann Ramos, Alejandro Paul Rawlings, Franklin Rivas, Francisco Charo
Rivas, Lupe Jr. Rodriguez, Geisha Serna Ruiz, Able Ruiz, Belen
Saldana, Ramon Santa Cruz, Lisa Marie Scarfe, Joseph David Jr. Sedillo, Elizabeth
Students take a short break from their studies.
Slaughter, Melinda Smith, Vanessa Jean Stephens, William Teague, Janice Ann
Usener, Amber Whitfill, Joseph Williams, Casondra Wilson, Tami
Junior High Athletes Prepare to Be the Best
Junior High Cheerleaders are — (Bottom Row) Amy Rush, Stacy Boatman, and Sherry Hill. (Top Row) Cheryl Henson, Tania England, and Julie Henson.
Junior High Football Players are — (Bottom Row) Bo Noble, Javier Montoya, Eric Navarrete, Joe Sims, Danny Alvarado, Manual Vigil, Octavio Gaytan. Mgr. Juan Caballero. (Middle Row) Alan Worley, Scott Moberly, Elton Williams, Jimmy Gooch, Phillip Navarrete, Brian Raybon, Juan Gaytan. Mgr. Kenny Cox. (Top Row) Coach Coulter, Fernando Espino, Lance Harvey, Bryan Jones, Craig Hughes. Tim Clements, Ray Hernandez. Kendall Boyd, and Coach Alpers.Volleyball
Eighth Grade Volleyball Players are — (1st Row) Melissa Reese, Jennifer Holland, Cheryl Henson, Xan Gladden. (2nd Row) Coach Pryor, Melanie Giles, Kim Coulter, Julie Henson, Amber Robinson, Coach Ferbrache. (3rd Row) Belinda Ferbrache, Laura Westmoreland, Misti Turner, Becky Jones, Rachel Hernandez, and Elma Leyva.
Seventh Grade Volleyball Players are — (1st Row) Belinda Ferbrache, Stacy Boatman, Charlotte Jones, Lori Hatley, Victoria Saenz, Elma Leyva. (2nd Row) Coach Pryor, Kerry Martin, Sherry Hill, Elaine Montanez, Amy Armigo, Coach Ferbrache. (3rd Row) Shelly Westmoreland, Kellie Malone, Angela Dobbs, and Lorena Galindo.
Eighth Grade Basketball Girls are — (1st Row) Tania England, Wendy Logan, Tamara VanMaanen, Melissa Reese, Cheryl Henson, April Judkins. (2nd Row) Laura Westmoreland, Melanie Giles, Tammy Coy, Jennifer Holland, Xan Gladden, Rachel Hernandez. (3rd Row) Coach Pryor, Kim Coulter, Misti Turner, Becky Jones, Amber Robinson, and Coach Ferbrache.
Seventh Grade Basketball Girls are — (1st Row) Mindy McCasland, Stacy Boatman, Lori Hatley, Angela Whitfill, Victoria Saenz Letisha Ar-cidez. (2nd Row) Laura Westmoreland, Amy Armijo, Amy Rush, Sherry Hill, Leah Dodson, Kerry Martin, Charlotte Jones, Rachel Hernandez. (3rd Row) Coach Pryor, Shelly Westmoreland, Dana Wilkinson, Lorena Galindo, Shelly Overton, Ernestina Montoya, Cynthia Benavides, and Coach
Eighth Grade Basketball Boys are — (1st Row) Brian Raybon, Eric Navarrete, Alan Worley, David York, George Werner. (2nd Row) Brian Bohannon, Kenny Cox, Craig Hughes, Bryan Jones, Kendall Boyd, and Coach Coulter.
Seventh Grade Basketball Boys are — Richard Yeager, Javier Montoya, Juan Gaytan, Joshua Ruth, Elton Williams, Joe Robin Sims, Stephen Aguilar, and Coach Alpers.
Eighth Grade Track Girls are — (1st Row) Stacy Boatman, Victoria Saenz, Cindy Benavides, Annabelle Saenz. (2nd Row) Shannon Beck, Kerry Martin, Angela Whitfill, Sherry Hill, Amy Armijo, Melissa Reese. (3rd Row) Tania England, Lorena Galindo, Melanie Giles, Kim Coulter, Kelly Malone, and Coach Ford.
Eighth Grade Track Boys are — (1st Row) Brian Bohannon, Richard Yeager, Steve Garcia, Victor Castillo, Octavio Gaytan. (2nd Row) Coach Coulter. Tim Clements, Craig Hughes, Bryan Jones, Alan Worley, and Juan Gaytan.
The Caton Junior High Rodeo Club Officers are — Secretary Cheryl Henson, Vice President Becky Jones, Sponsor Mr. Patterson, and President Brian Raybon.
Mr. Patterson congratulates Richard Yeager, who was voted Rookie-of-the-Year.
All-Around Cowgirl and Cowboy are Becky Jones and Brian Raybon.
The Caton Junior High Rodeo Club Members Consists of — (Front) Lonnie Boggs. Jennifer Holland. (Back) Chad Patterson, Becky Jones, Brian Raybon, and Richard Yeager.
Melissa reaches to give It her best.
The rest of the team waits while BrianAction
People go out of their way to smile for the camera.
Teamwork is very important in the world of basketball.
saves the run away basketball
121122Hard at Work
During Mr. Gary Johnson’s tenth year as elementary principal, he had many responsibilities ranging from attending classroom parties to protecting the welfare and education of the students. His dedication to Mettie Jordan Elementary School was obvious to anyone who watched him work.
Mr. Johnson’s righthand lady was Mrs. Bobbie Miller. Without her, the school would not run as efficiently. She has put in many hours at the school in the last twenty-eight years.
Elementary Principal Mr. Gary Johnson
Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Miller discuss the day’s agenda.
Elementary Secretary Mrs. Bobbie Miller
124In All Ways
Ed Diagonostician, Special Ed. Coordinator Ferbrache, Karen
Resource Room Patterson, Kay
Special EducationFifth Grade
Caballero, Nancy Contreras, Sergio Crowell. Brian Cueto, Patricia
Davila, Melissa Flenniken, Misty Harris, Dawn Heredia, Sofia
Herrera. Belinda Hill, Amy Hodges, Scot Landes, Jack Langley, Wendy Logan, Gwen
Manly, Kryssia McCasland, Matthew McReynolds, Elyn Montoya, Jorge Nicely, David Rivas, Pablo
Robertson, Monique Saenz, Victoria Slate, Damon
Just passing notes!
Ambriz, Marisela Bishop, Christa Caballero, Eddie Castillo, Cristina
Doyal, Grady Drake, Sarah Estrada, Beatrice Galvan. Jerry
Garcia, Erika Gonzales, Arturo Lujan, Claira Maddan, Christopher Marshall, Pamela Motes, Angela
Nolen, Mendi Olivas. Edmund Peralta. Ignacio Pierson, Chad Rangel, Gerardo Rivas, Maria
Ruiz, Eusevio Sanchez, Carmen Savory, Billy
Fifth graders are always hard at work.
Adams, Delta Brasted, Guy Carrillo Michael Cooksey, Martha
Craig, Deena Donoho, Dee Gonzalez, Manuel Hice, Kristi
Hodges, Brent Hopper, Randall Jordan, Rebecca McLean, Lance Montanez, Marty Navarrete, Amy
Navarrette, Ana Robinson, John Rodriguez, Mario Sanders, Renate Teague, Shirley Torrez, Melissa
Tyree, Kirt Weldy, Belinda Werner, Wade
Daydreaming is what we do best.
Aguilar. Matthew Armijo, Jennifer Beck, Timothy Burcham, Jacob
Clark, Cami Clouse, Rodney Colvin, Jennifer Dodson, Kevin
Harlan, Michael James, Ryan Jones, Michelle Kelton, Richard Lujan, Mayra McBee, Robert
Meek, Jaime Morrissey, Dean Navarrette, Richard Rhodes, Chris Rios, Ramon Rivas, Michael
Rusk, Belinda Saldevar, Christy
Serna, Ramon Swezey. Mavis
Not Pictured: Norvell, Willie Soto, Manuel
Not everyday is fun day!
Acosta, Timothy Arcidez, Felisha Boggs. Stephanie Criswell, Jay
Galindo, Sammy Gaytan, Pedro Goforth, Tonya Gould. Lance
Grado, Hugo Heady, Gary Johnson, Gary Luster, Diane Massingale, Michelle Ortiz, Daisha
Oswald. Jason Parks. Melissa Rackley, DeAnna Rhodes. Dustin Rice, Jamahl Rivas, Tommy
Saenz, Beatrice Sanders. Bill Soriano. Alberto
There’s always time for recess in our lives.Fourth Grade
Mr. Harry Werner
Armendariz, Andy Boyd, Kelly Brooks, Jackson Carrasco, Crystal
Chaffin, Matthew Daniels, Tiffanie Ferguson, Willie Folk, Sheri
Gaytan, Maximo Jenkins, Phillip Jones, Doug Kawecki, Teresa Landes, Chrissy Navarrete, David
Nemec, Mark Newton, Michael Nunez, Guadalupe Palmer, Kenny Rivas, LeeRoy Rusk, Shannon
Sanchez, Mario Serna, Christina Willians, Jaimie
Woodring, Jonathan Ziegler, Brandon Not Pictured: Driggers, Bobby
Mrs. Westmoreland helps the fourth graders check out
books. 131Third Grade
Criswell, Brian Criswell, Gregory Collins, Katondra Fields, Chanda
Folk, Scotty Harris, John David Hemphill, Michael Locke, Marsha
Mendoza, Edward Montes, Cande Moreno, Cheo Naegele, Joseph Pitts, Christopher Ramos, John
Rathbun, Amanda Rhodes, Thomas Saenz, Larry Sanchez, Aracely Stanton, Jessica Velasquez, Eliseo
Wilson, Travis Wright, Bobby
Avalos, Maria Blair, Amanda Borden, Brooke Bulman, Jon
Canafax, Tory Dean, Chad Dodson, Keith Drake, Della
Evans, Marsha Holland, Chris Kirkland, Jason Maddan, Deborah Massingale, Charlie Miller, Kristi
Roach, Kevin Rush, Clay Saenz, Cynthia Serna, Silvia Soriana, Johnny Young, Meranda
Valencia, Jesse Van Maanen, Jonathan
Coloring pictures is a work of art.Third Grade
Barber. Shane Caballero, David Caballero. Rachel Carrasco, Keith
Conner, Gabe Coulter, Matt Craig, Kristie Fisher, Bert
Grogan, Shannon Johnston, Slade Jones, Kevin McCasland, Misty Montanez, Randall Montanez, Ryan
Robbins, Ashley Ruth, Shelby Santa Cruz, Brenda Smith, Bryanna Smith, Rusty Snitker, Doug
Steele, Marsha Stone. Michael Young, Timothy
Bert stands in front of his science project.
Allen, Bridgett Avalos, Selina Barry, Courtney Berry, Shaun
Black, Chad Carrillo, Janette Cueto, Daniel Donoho, Cassie
Evans, Nicholas Galindo, Veronica Gladden, Jerad Gutierrez, Charbel Harlan, Christina Hernandez. Elizabeth
Huntsman, Charlie Maddan, Adam Montoya, Angela Morris, Grady Peralta, Ray Rhodes, Sandra
Sedillo, Annette Serna, Gilberto
Stone, Brandi Walser, David
Not Pictured: Neymeyer, Tye
Cates, Kasie Cooper, Ryan Fisher Charlie Garcia, Enrique
Gaytan, Maria Gonzalez, Candy Gutierrez, Martin Hill. Richard
Koeberle, Christi Langley, Lynnzi Manly, Jake McCasland, Manda Najera, Erica Nicely, Ricky
Parker, Brian Peralta, Roy Pierson, Travis Sanders, Emery Sims, Bianca Soriano, Patricia
Tipps, Mickala Wilmot, Otis
Woodell. Zac Yarbrough, Kyle
Mrs. LaVerne Chaffin
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
Albidrez, David Armendarez, Maribelle Ashlin, Christy Rittle, Christy
Blevins. Tabby Boggs. Leah Daughtry. Bruce Gonzales. Linda
Graham, April Graves, Adam Harper, Samanda Jenkins, Paul Lujan, Maira McBee, Timothy
Moberly, Kyle Navarrette, Bianca Nidy, Gregory Payne, Nathan Ramos, Patricia Rush, Jeremy
Savory, Wesley Slate, Derek
Terrell, Jeremy Turner, Courtney
Not Pictured: DeLozier, Cody Ponder, Susan
“I have to sit by the teacher!”r
Hackett, Diana Hodges, Brad Lawson, Kara Leyva, Arnulfo
Nunez, Lori Ortiz, Penny Rivas. Melissa Rodriguez. Carlos
Sanders. Jacob Spalding, Gerald Not Pictured: Downing, Melissa
Are you taking my picture?
Anguiano, Orlando Ambriz, Veronica Black, Keegan Hernandez, Aldo Morrow, Jo
Quiroz. Noemi Rackley. Billy VanMaanen, Jason Gina Wilkinson
Not Pictured: Newton, Christina
Photographers always show up for parties!
Anders, Shawn Anderson, Cristina Armendarez, Nora Bishop, Marisa
Blair, Angela Carrasco, Soyla Collins, Joe Davis, Christy
Herrera, Jason Kirkland, Melissa Luster, Cody McKinney, Zachary Palmer, Christi Patterson, Andy
Payne, Brooke Saenz, Elias Shugart, John Smith, Trisha Thompson, Adam Torres, Yvette
Tyree, David Whitaker, Kyle Wilson, Kristen
Alvarado, Raymond Benavides, Marina Bishop, Monica Blevins, Bradley
Brooks, Benjamin Bundick, William Caballero, Daniel Caballero, Rosendo
Carey, Chelcie Cartwright, Robert Dean, Heath Evans, Tina Harlan, Monica Lawson, Dana
Ortiz, Beau Parks, Carla Parks, Patricia Radcliff, Rachel Rodgers, Matthew Rusk, Eric
Shakra, Joshua Skinner, Jeffrey
Stone, Tracy Terrell, Joshua
Let’s wrap this party up!First Grade
First graders enthusiastically create amazing masterpieces.
Avalos, Andrea Beldzig, John Brooks, Jonathan Bustamante, Robert
Clouse, Joel Dixon, Edmond Galindo. Lupe Gutierrez, Christina
Hahn, Beth Heady, Helga Herrera, Carlos James, Tobie Jones, Cody Miller, George
Oswald, Philip Pitts, Elizabeth Prather, Adrienne Radcliff, Crystal Rawlings, Bobby Reese, Luke
Ruiz, Brandon Santa Cruz, Sandy
Not Pictured: Remagen, Chrystal Sato, Jesse Stoffer, Norma Stringham, Franky
141Armendariz, Omar Bittle, Brian Blair, Amy Brown, Daydra
Bustamante, Michael Colvin, Johnny Garibaldi, Monica Garibaldi, Veronica
Grado, Angela Harper, Heath Herrera, Jeremy Hice, Wesley Ledbetter, Shannon Locke, Evan
Montes, Teresa Parker, Kevin Ramos, Macaria Ramos, Monica Ruiz, Brock Ruth, Bradley
Sanchez, Holly Sanders, John Allen
Stanton, Jamie White, Jennifer
Not Pictured: Lujan, Margoby
Kindergarterners learn the basic engineering process.Kindergarten
Alvidrez, Omar Burcham, Joshua Cleaver, Trisha Gaytan, Juana Goforth, Terry Gonzales. Elizabeth
Hernandez, Marcelino Jeter, Annie Lee, Blake Morris, Ronnie Nidy, Brande Prather, Rowdy
Reynolds, Melissa Rios, Christopher Robbins, Marti Serna, Andy Soriano, Grasiela Spalding. Lacy
143Acevedo, Roxanna Acosta, Raquel Boggs, Christopher Caballero. Adrian
Cates, Daniel Charo, Carlos Cueto, Jesse Danford, Danielle
Gonzales, Gerardo Hahn, Travis Jones, Marshall Lewis, Jaylon Locke. Michael Luster, Shawna
Nunez, Armida Nunez, Elizabeth Ramos, Melissa Serna, Erica Simpson, Anna Sutton, Laura
Williams, Shayla Wright, Amanda
Bailey, Brooke Blevins, Angelina Caballero, Michael Contreras. Carina
Contreras. Carmen Coy, Garet Harris, Joseph Henderson, Candy
Jenkins, Jared Kawecki, Amanda Kelton, Kelly Lujan, Alfonso Montoya, Eddie Muro, Yolanda
Norvell, Nicole Radcliff, Richard Ramos. Ruby Robertson, James Serna, Fernando Sorrells, Harold
Steele, Travis Wooten, Eric
Not Pictured: Aranda, Joshua
Kindergarteners are amused about prehistoric times.
145Junior High students of the year are Xan Gladden and Craig Hughes.
Principal's Award Went to — (1st Row) Dwayne Overton, Cameron Peckham, David Robinson, Jimmy Benham. (2nd Row) Doreen Montanez, Kristin Worley. (3rd Row) Cathy Diel, and Dale Jones.
Principal’s Honor Roll Certificates went to — (1st Row) Jimmy Benham, Chris Diel, Scott Morrow. (2nd Row) Lisa Coy, Amy Pickerel, Cathy Diel, Wanda Kelton, Cameron Peckham. (3rd Row) Michelle Gould, Kelly Mauldin, Jeff Good, and Brandon Robbins.
Junior High students on the superintendent’s honor roll are Natelie Evans. Jon Bulman, Xan Gladden, and Alan Worley.
Kelly Mauldin, Patsy Albidrez, and Cathy Diel earned the presidental academic awards.
Superintendent’s honor roll certificates went to Patsy Albidrez, David Robinson, Kristin Worley, and Dale Jones.
EUNICE RIGHT SCHOOL
The Senior Class of 1987 Consists of — (1st Row) Laurie Colvins, Patsy Albidrez, Kelly Mauldin, Lisa Coy, Angela Allen, Siria Hernandez, Kim Cox. (2nd Row) Kristi Hatley, Eloisa Espino, David Robertson, Susanne Sack, Bryan Henson, John Lane, Rosie Zuniga, Aaron Johnson. (3rd Row) Charles Motes, Cathy Diel, Gary Laing, Amy Pickerel, Clint Walker, Wendi Holt, Le’Ann Lord. (4th Row) Bob Lyle, Matt Robinson, Dwayne Over-ton, Johnny Collins, Eric Maddan, Frank Werner, and Dominic Stasiuk.
David Robertson proudly receives his diploma.
Highest honors go to Patsy Albidrez with Cathy Diel receiving high honois.
National Honor Society seniors are Lisa Coy, Patsy Albidrez, Cathy Diel, Amy Pickerel and Kelly Mauldin.
Scott Marshall waits patiently to graduate.
Seniors rejoice after graduation!
149i following patrons have each contributed $100 to help fir
s 1987 CARDINAL:
ABC Rental Tool Company First Interstate Bank of Lea County Gold Star Service Co., Inc.
John Hice, Jr., Welding Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kennann Mrs. Pat Sims United Bank of Lea County Wallach Concrete Inc.The following supporters have each contributed $50 to help finance the 1987 CARDINAL:
B H Construction Eunice Well Service Hobbs Repair Service, Inc. Pay-n-Save
Blaine Chemical, Inc.
I Got It
151The following supporters have each contributed $25 to help finance the 1987 CARDINAL:
A-l Auto Supply Hardware Cardinal Barber Shop Chaparral Service, Inc.
Eunice Booster Club
Eunice Locker Plant
James L. Evans, Independent Producer
Leavell Danford Insurance Agency, Inc.
Lin’s Hair Design Brass Gift Shop
McCasland Hardware and Sporting Goods
Red Bird LP Gas Co., Inc.
Reliable Pumping Service Robert M. Harris, C.P.A.
Rowland Trucking Co.
Scott Lumber Supply, Inc.
Southwestern Instrument Company UGI Union Supply Company
Watson Supply Company, a Divison of Watson Truck Supply, Inc.
Big Cheese Pizza Daniels Insurance, Inc.
Forrest Tire Co., Inc.
Gasco Mfg. Corp.
Miller Waldrop Furniture Company, Inc.
Music World Saloga’s Jewelry
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