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Supreme Court nominee Judge Robert Bork fails congressional confirmation because of his controversial record. The president's second nominee. Judge Douglas Ginsberg admits to past marijuana use and withdraws his nomination. Judge Anthony Kennedy, the third nominee, finally won confirmation.
Athletes compete in Canada and A Korea
Having won few medals at the Winter Olympics this February in Calgary, Canada, the U.S. Olympic team looks forward to greater success when the Summer Olympics open in Seoul, Korea.
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OCT 19: The Dow Jones Industrial plunges over 500 points in one day of panic trading on the New York Stock Exchange. J
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Mikhail Gorbachev is named Time Magazine's "Man of the Year." Aft signing the nuclear arms reduction treaty in December with President Reagan, Gorbachev gained the approval of the western world.
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OCT 19: After three days of slow progress, rescuers finally free 18-month-old Jessica McClure from abandoned well in Midland, TX. J
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TV evangelist, Rev. Jimmy Swaggart, is banned from the pulpit by church officials. In February Swaggart confessed to "moral failure" and publicly apologized to his congregation. However, Swaggart defied the church ruling by announcing his May 22 return to the pulpit, y
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Gen. Manuel Noriega holds onto power despite U.S. economic sanctions aimed to oust the Panamanian leader. Noriega was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of drug trafficking in February.
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SEP 11: The Ray family of Arcadia, FL, whose three boys suffer from the AIDS virus, leave town after their home burned down, presumably by arson. They later settled in Sarasota, FL where that community offered its sympathetic support.
The Iran-contra Affair: Final Chapter
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Volume 46 Eunice municipal Schools Eunice, N.fTI.
Mr. Sam Oswald has been the art teacher here for five years. He has spent many hours working for the betterment of Eunice Schools. During these years of service, he has helped develop students into fine artists by working individually with them and encouraging them to enter their work in exhibits. His artistic talents have also been utilized for many functions. His family has helped with many of these activities. Therefore, it is with pride that the 1988 Cardinal staff dedicates this yearbook to Mr. Oswald for his endeavors.
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EHS has been invaded?!
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The crowd awaits the unveiling of the Wall of Champions.
Mrs. Chapman adds make up to Jalena for the play “Ghostchasers.1
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I always wanted to ride In a (Ire truck,” say Michael and Chris.
Soon, these students will catch the EHS spirit.
Baseball games — Fun in the sun.
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Mr. Oswald is absorbed In his work.
‘You caught us with our mouths full!'
‘Watch out for Mr. Cavity!
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A round of applause Is given to the Talent Show participants.
Opening Section 7Administration
The administration worker’s main purpose was to run the school system. Mr. Herron, the Superintendent of Schools, signed papers, attended board meetings, worked up the budget, and carried out his other duties.
Debbie Moberly, LuAnn Pearson, and Norma Pickerel were the clerk and secretaries, respectively. Included in their duties were keeping records accurately, recording minutes at meetings, and preparing the payroll with the aid of computers.
Mr. Don Herron
Mrs. Norma Pickerel
Mrs. Debbie Moberly
Mrs. LuAnn Pearson takes minutes at the board meeting.
Mr. Herron, with his coffee, is ready for the board meeting to begin.
Mr. Herron speaks briefly about the Wall of Champions
8 AdministrationWaiting for the doors to open are Mr. Overton and Mr. Worley.
School Board Members are W. T. Huffman, Libby Berry, Gailand Overton, Brenda Parker, and Bobby Worley.
Administration 9Bus Drivers — Evelyn Gladden, Rebecca Woodell, Judy Landes, and Wanda Kelton. (Not pictured) Scott Gladden.
10 AuxiliaryHelping Others
High School Custodians — Roger Brewer and Dean Johnson. (Not pictured) Juan Rodriguez and Bill Trammell.
Auxiliary 11People Worth
Mr. Robinson and Mrs. Walker had many duties in the high school office. Mr. Robinson approved functions, disciplined students, went to committee meetings, along with many other responsibilities.
For her first year in the high school office, Mrs. Walker tried her best to keep everything running according to plan. She gave change to students, printed report cards, took care of the money, plus many other office duties. Together they strived to make Eunice High School the best it could be.
'The bonfire seems to be going fine
Mrs. Walker enjoys the breakfast for the faculty.
Mr. Robinson talks to the seniors.
12 High SchoolRecognition
Miss Ford is displeased with the weather.
The camera finds Miss Robertson in a cheerful mood.
Mrs. Andrews takes inventory.
Mr. Oswald is very proud of his art program.
High School 13Faculty
A mixer provides a quiet moment for the faculty.
English, Speech Government
Social Studies P.E., Coach
Business Ed Annual
Biology. Com. Sci Driver’s Ed.
Teachers wait to be served at the Jr.-Sr. banquet.
P.E . Coach
The National Honor Society installation brought joy and laughter to those who were present
Social Studies. Coach
Scott Gladden is a second semester student teacher.
English, Speech. Drama
Home Economics HERO. Cheerleaders
Guess who? That’s right, Coach Reese!
Mrs. York is thrilled about having her pictures taken.The Senior float takes third
CI«m Favorites are Kent Hind and Dawn Yarbrough.
Class Sponsors are Mrs. Andrews and Mrs.
Class Officers are Treasurer Brandon Robbins, President Dale Jones, Vice President Donna Montanez, Secretary Wanda Kelton and Reporter Kristin Worley.
Clements, Tracey Michele
Dennis, Anita Charo
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Boatman, Lloyd Shay
Conner, Jeffrey Gordon
Carrasco, Linda Sonia
Coulter, Sara ChristineIn Touch With the Future
Fox, Henry Lee III
Haviland, Sheila Beth
Class Motto: Then give to the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you. from “Life’s Mirror” by Mary Ange de Vere
Herrera, Sylvia Gonzales
Holguin, Consuelo Ruiz
Hind, Kent Gary
Jones, Richard DaleAnything But Ordinary
“Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now”
Gass Co ots'.
Reyna, Rosa Isela
5, Brandon Scott
Red, White and Silver
16Cfin Impressive Lineup
Ruiz, Adrian Armendariz
Vender, Jacaues (Exchange Student)
16D Willoughby, Jimmy (Heck)
Serna, Irma Estella
Walker, Alana Ann
Worley, Kristin Lee
Sikes, Laura Ann
Weldy, Joy Lynette
Yarbrough, Dawn MichelleThe Seniors are honored at a banquet sponsored by the First Baptist Church.
Yeah! I finally made it
Are the Seniors too big for the little “bug"?
irandon help at the cm wash
BERUMEN. ANTONIO JR. BOATMAN. LLOYD SHAY
Football 4. Track 1. 2. 3 Football 3. 4; Basketball 2. 3. 4; Baseball 2. 3. 4; Football Homecoming King 4; Basketball
Homecoming Attendant 3; Hall of Fame 4. HERO 4; Football Honorable Mention 3; Football Most
Improved Player 3; Mr. EHS 4
CARRASCO. LINDA SONIA
Speech Drama 3. 4. Art 1; Science Project Award 2; Spanish Club 1; FHA HERO 4; FHA HERO State Convention 4. Halloween Attendant 1
CLEMENTS. TRACEY MICHELE
Track 1. Band 1.2; Band Officer 2; Golf 3; Football Homecoming Attendant 3. Class Treasurer 3. Drama 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; FHA HF.RO 4. FHA HF.RO Reporter 4. Administration Office Aide 4
CONNER. JEFFREY GORDON
Basketball 1.2. 4. Track 1. 2. 3. 4; State Track 2. 3. 4. Football 4; Band 1.2. 3; Hall of Fame 4. Office Aide 4. Mr Clause 4.
COULTER. SARA CHRISTINE
Volleyball I. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2.3. 4. Golf 1. 2. 3; Drum Major 2; Halloween Queen 3; FHA HERO 4. FHA HERO President 4. Hall of Fame 4. Region G Volleyball Champions 2; District Volleyball Champions 3, 4. District Basketball Champions 3. Assistant Drum Major 1. Drama 3. 4
DENNIS. ANITA CHARO
Basketball 1 2. 3; Volleyball 2. 3; Drama 3. 4. FHA HERO 4
ESPINO. ARSENIA ARMENDAREZ
Office Aide 4. FHA HERO 4; Drama 4; Art 1; FHA HERO State Convention ■
FARRINGTON. TERA JO
Office Aide 3. 4. FHA HERO 4; FHA HERO State Convention 4. Hall of Fame 4.
FOX. HENRY LEE III
GAYTAN. GABRIEL GONZALES. LUCILDA
Football 3. 4. Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 1, 2. 3; Spanish Club 1; Spanish Club Vice-President 1; Office Aide 3. 4 £
HERRERA. SYLVIA GONZALES
Homecoming Attendant 1; hall of Fame 4. Volleyball 1. 2; Basketball 1. 2; Art 1.4; Choir 1; Spanish Club 1; Office Aide 4; Library Aide 3; FHA HERO State Convention 4; FHA HERO Parliamentarian 4; Class Treasurer 1
HIND. KENT GARY
Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Football 1.4. Track 1.2. Border Conference All Tournament Team 1; Library Aide 4, Homecoming Basketball King 4.
HOLGUIN. CONSUELO RUIZ
Spanish Club 1; Office Aide 3. 4. FHA HERO 4. Art 2. 3. 4
JONES. RICHARD DALE
Class President 1.2. 3. 4. Student Council President 3. 4. Student Council Representative 1. 2; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Hall of Fame 4; National Honor Society Secretary 3; Annual Staff 3. 4. Pnn opal's Award 1. 3. 4. Rodeo Club Officer 1.2. 3. SADD Chapter Public Relations Specialist 4; Academic All-State Basketball 2. 3. Academic All-American Basketball 3.
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KELTON. WANDA JEAN
Mm F.HS 4; National Honor Society Treasurer 3; National Honor Society Reporter 4; Student Council 1.2.3, 4; Class Secretary 1 2. 3. 4, Girls' State 3; Football Homecoming Queen 4. SADD Secretary 4. Basketball Mgr 3, 4; Annual Stall 3. 4. Hall ol Fame 4; Halloween Attendant 2. Goll
LYLE. CHRISTOPHER LEON
Basketball 2.3. 4; Baseball 3; Football 2, 3. 4; Track 2; Football Homecoming Attendant 2; Halloween King 3; Class Favorite 3; Student Council 3. 4; Student Council Convention 3; Hall of Fame 4; Library Aide 4; Boys’ State 3.
MORROW. WILLIAM GRANT
Football 2. 3. 4. Basketball Mgr. 3, 4; Track 1. 3. 4; Student Council 1. 3. 4; Class Vice President 1, 3. Class Favorite 2. RYLA Awardee 3. All-District Football 4. National Honor Society 4; Hall of Fame 4; Boys' State 3.
LEMOND. PAXTON WAYNE
Basketball 1. 4. Tennis 2. 3
Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Track 3; Golf 2; Cheerleader 1. 2. 4; FHA HERO Treasurer 4; Volleyball 3; Student Council Convention 1, 2. 3; Student Council Representative 1, 2. Student Council Vice President 3. 4. Class Officer 1.2,4; Class Favorite 1.2; Football Attendant 2. Hall of Fame 4
NORMAN. BILL III
Football 1. 2, 3. 4, Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4. Baseball 2. 3. 4; Track 1, 2. Football Homexommg Attendant 1.4. Basketball Homecoming Attendant 2. All-District Basketball 4; Hall of Fame 4. Office Aide 3, 4, Drama 3.
REYNA. ROSA ISELA
Homecoming Attendant 4. Volleyball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Hall of Fame 4; Drama 3, 4; FHA HERO Vice President 4. FHA HF.RO District Vice President 4. FHA HERO State Conven tion 4; Spanish Club 1. Aide 3. 4
RUIZ. ADRIAN ARMENDARIZ
Office Aide 3, 4; Art I. 2. 4. Hall of Fame 4
ROBBINS. BRANDON SCOTT
Football 1.3. 4; Honorable Mention Football 3; Ail District Football 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Academic Athlete Football 1; Academic All-American 3; Academic All-State Basketball 3; Principal's Award 2. National Honor Society 3. 4; National Honor Society President 4; Student Council Representative 2. 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer 3, 4. Rodeo Club Officer 2. 3.
SERNA. IRMA ESTELLA
Drama 3; Art 1. 3. 4. Library Aide 3. 4; English Award 2; Principal Honor Roll 3; Honors English 4. Miss Claus 4. FHA HERO Secretary 4. Hall of Fame 4. National Honor Society 4; Spanish Club 1.
SIKES. LAURA ANN
FHA HERO 4. FHA HERO State Convention 4; Hall of Fame 4; Office Aide 4. Drama 4; Art 1.
Exchange Student from South Africa — Track 4. Hall of Fame 4
WALKER, ALANA ANN
Volleyball 1.2. 3. 4. All District Volleyball 2. 4. MVP Volleyball 2. Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; All District Basketball 3. 4. Basketball Attendant 1.2. 4. State Track 1.2. 3. 4; MVP Track 1,3; District Champs Volleyball 3, 4. District Champs Basketball 3; District Champs Track 2. 3; Hall of Fame 4. All-South Basketball Team 4
WILLOUGHBY. JIMMY DALE (HECK) Football 4. Basketball 1. 3. Rodeo Club 1.2. 3. FHA HERO 4. Halloween Attendant 4. Office Aide 4
YARBROUGH. DAWN MICHELLE
Volleyball 1.2. Basketball 1,3. 4. Golf 1. 2. 3; State Golf Tournament 2. 3; Golf MVP 3; Student Council Representative 4. Class Favorite 3. 4; All District Basketball 3. 4. Basketball Homecoming Queen 4, FHA HERO District Representative 4; Office Aide 3. 4. Hall of Fame 4. Halloween At tendant 4
WELDY. JOY LYNETTE
Band 1. 2. 3; Drum Major 3. Basketball Manager 1; Basketball 2; Golf 1.2. 3; NMJC 4
WORLEY. KRISTIN LEE
National Honor Society 3. 4. Volleyball 1.2. 3. 4. Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 1.2. 3. 4. Girls' State 3; Volleyball All District 4. State Track Meet 1. 2. 3. 4. Principal s Award 1. 2. 3; Student Council 3; Superintendent’s Honor Roll 1.2. 3, 4; Basketball Homecoming Attendant 3; Annual 3. 4
Seniors 19A Busy Year for
The senior girls presented the football guys with good luck flowers.
I he seniors and juniors prepare to say the pledge
Will I Ul« IC91‘You can’t sneak up on me.” says Gabriel.
Rosa and Wanda participate in the Halloween costume contest.
Shay Boatman, Dale Jones, Wanda Kelton and Billy Morrow attended Senior Saturday at ENMU.
Adams, Cecil Allen, William Almager, Steve Barber, Eddie Barraza, Guerrero Bayes, Gail
Benham, Jimmy Conner, Lora Copeland, Carl Dobbs, Dawn Fabela, Fred Frazier, Michael
Juniors 25of Hard Work
Galindo, Octavio Gonzalez, Herberto Good, Jeffrey Gould, Michelle Henson, Shelly Hernandez, Nanette
Hicks, Ricky Johnson, Jeffrey Kelton, Elizabeth Lord, Rodney McCasland, Mlkea 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 Stasluk, Jason Teague, Jo Velasquez, Donna Werner, Rose WhitfUl, Mitizl
Juniors 27Ana and Elvia — “Dreams of Future Proms’
28 SophomoresSophomore Class Officers are Treasurer Cameron Peckham, President Scott Mitchell, Reporter Shaun Lester, Secretary Donnie Hill, and Vice President Celina Montanez.
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Holt, Bob Hopper, Jalena Howell, Rachel .Hughes, Kenneth
Huntsman, Holly Jennings, Larry Jones, Stephanie King, Craig
Landes, William Lester, Shaun Leyva, Elvla Locke, Randy
Manney, Shellle Mauldin, Mark McCarty, Cheryl McCasland, Jennifer
McWillfcms, Bryan Mitchell, Scott Montanez, Celina Morrissey, Desiree
Orozco, Humberto Osborn, Austin Peckham, Cameron Phillips, James
Ragland, Ken Don Rawlings, Hope Richardson, Jamie Roach, Chad
Robinson, David Rodgers, Leslie Rogers, Elaina Saldana, Claudia
Saldana, Liliana Scarfe, Jennifer Smith, Shane Tingle, Dawn
Torrez, Anna Walters, Kathy Williams, Tommie Not Pictured: Morrissey, Lance Tucker, James
Sophomores 33Hands on experience came with the rock formation
Freshmen take time out during a pep rally on the front steps.
The Freshman float takes first place honors.Class Officers are President Alan Worley, Vice President Xan Gladden, Secretary Becky Jones, Treasurer Felipe Navarrete, and Reporter Julie Henson.
Able, Jennifer Armendariz, Norma Beck, Shannon Boyd, Kendall Cartwright, Clay Colvin, Kelly Copeland, Charles Copeland, Scott Coy, Tammy
Cueto, Cecelia Dennis, Rebecca England, Tania Espino, Fernando Fox, Loyd Fuller, Michelle Giles, Melanie Gladden, L’Juana Xan Grogan, Keith
Grogan, Melissa Henson, Cheryl Henson, Julie Hernandez, Rachel
Holland, Jennifer Hughes, Craig Jones, Peggy Jones, Rebecca
Jordan, Deanna King, Stacy Logan, James Logan, Wendy
Madrid, Bernadette Morrissey, Coleen Morrissey, Heather Muniz, Dalia
Navarrete, Eric Navarrette, Felipe Ramos, Steven Rangel, Aracell
Raybon, Ronnie Reese, Melissa Reyna, Fernando Richardson, Christina
Robinson, Amber Rodriguez, Nancy Sanders, James Sanders, Steve
Serrano, Antonio Sikes, Bobby Stringham, Geminy Turner, Misti
Tyree, Mltchel VanMaanen, Tamara Vozza, Astilc Waggoner, Michael
Werner, George Westmoreland, Laura Worley, Alan York, David
Beck, Frank Ruiz, Eloy Valencia, Lourdes
Freshmen 39Dancing the night away,
Mixing and mingling.
The Halloween attendants nervously await their debut.
40 Personalities41Homecoming ’87The movement of spirit continued to be exemplified in each moment of homecoming week. The students met each night to build their class floats which would be viewed in the parade on Friday. The classes were bursting with anxiety hoping they would capture the first place prize. Included in Friday’s busy schedule was the traditional pep rally, with the attendants being introduced and spirit filling the air. According to the freshmen, the annual Student Council homecoming parade proved to be a big success, as their float was awarded first place.
The freshman class attendant and escort were Julie Henson and Felipe Navarrette. Chosen by the sophomore class were ana Ambriz and Kenny Hughes. Juniors Mikea McCasland and Jimmy Benham proudly represented their class. The Queen candidates, designated by the senior class, were Rosa Reyna and Wanda Kelton. Escorting these ladies were Bill Norman and Shay Boatman.
Football Homecoming 45HPLLOWEEN
Saturday morning was spent preparing the community center for the annual festivities — the Halloween Carnival that evening. The coronation was once again sponsored by the Student Council. The senior class’ marriage booth put Dawn Yarbrough and Jimmy Dale Heck in fourth place. The freshmen’s dart throw gave Cheryl Henson and George Werner the third place slot.
The sophomores, Cheryl McCarty and Ken Don Ragland, came in second place with the haunted house. The jail once again brought the junior class a King and Queen, Lora Conner and Cecil Adams. The community center was standing room only, packed with ghosts and goblins of all ages.
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The Christmas spirit was illustrated through a precedent set and sponsored by the Student Council. Each class nominated a couple to be chosen as Mr. and Miss Claus. The winners were chosen by the class with the most money placed in boxes kept in the hall.
After viewing the drama class’ Christmas plays, Student Council President Dale Jones announced the winners — Estella Serna and Jeff Conner of the senior class. Representing the juniors were Shelly Henson and Jeff Johnson. Holly Huntsman and Heath Boatman were elected by the sophomores. The freshmen chose Tamara Van Maanen and Allan Worley.
After Jeff crowned Estella, all of the attendants received candy canes for their avid participation and enthusiasm in the new event. Following the assembly, everyone met in the main hall for a mixer catered by the HERO class. It was the consensus that the Mr. and Miss Claus contest was a success.
Representing the junior class are Jeff Johnson and Shel ly Henson.
Freshman attendants are Alan Worley and Tamara VanMaanen.
Sophomore candidate, are Heath Boatman and Holly Huntsman
The gym was filled with excitement as the large crowd awaited the homecoming ceremonies. The night began with the Lady Cardinals defeating the Hager-man Bobcats. After that exhilarating game, the tired attendants began the tedious task of preparing themselves for the homecoming festivities, which took place at half time of the boys’ game. The path the attendants followed and the arch they proceeded under were decorated with red helium-filled balloons.
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The freshman class attendant and escort were Cheryl Henson and Craig Hughes. Chosen by the sophomore class were Holly Huntsman and Bryan McWilliams. Juniors Shelly Henson and Michael Parker proudly represented their class. The Queen candidates, designated by the senior class, were Alana Walker and Dawn Yarbrough. Escorting these ladies were Paxton LeMond and Kent Hind.BASKETBALL HOmECOfTIINGStudents looked forward to prom from the beginning of the school year. Continuously raising money for this special occasion, juniors and their sponsors planned the construction and decorations weeks in advance. Upon completion of the preparations, students donned their formal attire in anticipation of the big night.
Choosing the theme “Destination Unknown” the juniors used Oriental decorations on the cafeteria walls. Students who attended the banquet were served an elegant meal. When returning to the dance with their dates, the students were entertained by a live band from South Plains College.
The highlight of the evening was the coronation of Brandon Robbins and Sylvia Herrera.
It appears that an Intense discussion of the decoration is in progress.
Those present at the Prom enjoyed dancing to the live band from South Plains College.u
Servers for the Banquet were Donnie Hill, Bob Holt, Scott Mitchell, Celina Montanez, Chad Roach, Jenniter McCasland, Anna Torrez, and not pictured Holly Huntsman.
Banquet and Prom
Wearing tuxedos and formats makes Prom a special event
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Wittiest — Ross Reyna and Chris Lyle.
Most Forgetful — Laura Sikes and Jeff Conner.
Most Talented — Sara Coulter and Bill Norman.
Most Athletic — Shay Boatman and Alana Walker.
Best AU-Around — Brandon Robbins and Wanda Kelton.Friendliest — Gabriel Gaytan.
Most School Spirited — Bill Morrow and Donna Montanez.
Friendliest — Estella Serna.
Best Appearancce — Sylvia Herrera and Kent Hind.
V"lPep Band Officers are Jalena Hopper, Nancy Rodriguez and Joy Weidy.
On their first assignment, these HERO members catered the National Honor Society installation. “Sometimes she makes me so mad!” says Jeff in the play.
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The National Honor Society is a very prestigious organization, in which privileged members are carefully selected. To be one of these honorable members, the student must maintain a 3.3 grade point average throughout the year and should uphold the characteristics of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. In their monthly meetings, they were often reminded of their duties as being National Honor Society members.
For their annual service project, the members enjoyed making and delivering fruit baskets for the elderly. They participated in Slave Day, which proved to be fun while allowing for a break in the routine. With the help of the proceeds from this event, the members ate a bountiful feast at Cattle Baron in Hobbs.
Officers are President Brandon Robbins, Vice President Jimmy Benham, Secretary Michelle Gould, Treasurer Billy Morrow, and Reporter Wanda Kelton.
Brandon thanks Mr. Goodman for his speech at the Installation.
56 National Honor SocietyStaters
Sunday morning came early to Wanda and Kristin as they departed for their week at Girls’ State in Roswell. Upon arrival they were separated into their respective cities where they remained throughout the week. The purpose of Girls’ State was to expand their knowledge in government, patrotism and politics. There was little time for recreation between the meetings, assemblies, and rallies. Guests spoke on being successful, making decisions, and setting and reaching goals. Girls’ State proved to be an educational experience.
The 1987 Girls Staters are Wanda Kelton and Kristin Worley.
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This copy is written from the viewpoint of two boys’ staters. “If you are ever nominated to go to Boys’ State, don’t give it a second thought. Pack your bags and take along your sense of humor. One full week will be devoted to organizing a city, county, and state government. You’ll learn politics by being involved with the actual process of electing government officials. The four 1987 Boy Staters agree, “this is an experience we will never forget.”
Congratulating the Boys’ and Girls’ Staters are Gladys Patterson. Dan Berry and Louie Miller.Student
Over the years EHS has been known to have a fantastic Student Council. This year was no different! Throughout the 1987-88 school year, the Student Council was involved in many different activities. The Student Council sponsored assemblies, the Halloween carnival coronation, the football homecoming parade, an enchilada supper, bake sales, car washes, and concession stands. They ended the year by presenting a school play, involving forty students in the production of “Ghostchasers.” With strong leadership, the Student Council continued the precedent of having a successful year.
The President and Sponsor discuss matters.
Student Council members are (1st) Brian Raybon, Julie Henson, Becky Jones, George Werner, (2nd) Ana Ambriz, Stephanie Jones, Celina Montanez, Cameron Peckham, Jennifer McCasland, Chris Diel, (3rd) Jalena Hopper, Jimmy Benham, Latoya Sims, Doreen Montanez, Donna Velasquez, Michael Parker, Jennifer Scarfe, (4th) Mr. Reese, Vice President Donna Montanez, President Dale Jones, Secretary Michelle Gould, Treasurer Brandon Robbins, Mrs. Chapman.
Early morning enthusiasm is lowDrama
The Drama class first learned the basics, then progressed to small skits and monologues. On Halloween, the class performed two skits about witches and murder. In November, they co-produced a dinner theatre and performed a melodrama. This was the first of its kind and it was a huge success. The second semester they began a full-length production and it, too, went off as well as the previous plays. As a farewell, the drama class created a variety show for the high school. Much of the success of this class is due to the director. Miss Robertson. She commented on the class, “1 have been very proud of my drama students. They have always managed to pull a play out at the last minute; it doesn’t do a lot for my nerves. But as long as the audience never knows what goes on back stage and they see a well-staged production, we have been a success.”
Jimmy Dale exerts all his strength
Michelle portrays a stubborn mother.
These students reaUvj ta fox Drama.
Taking bows are Drama membcra: Michelle Gould, Jimmy Dale Willoughby, Donna Montanez, Jell Conner, Elizabeth Kelt on, Shay quez, Carl Copeland, Laura Sikes, Arsenia Espino, and Linda Canasco.HERO Officer (front) Historian Samantha Sims, Vice-President Rosa Reyna, (back) Reporter Tracey Clements, Treasurer Donna Montanez, Parlimentarian Sylvia Herrera, Secretary Estella Serna. Not pictured President Sara Coulter.
The newest edition to EHS organizations was the FHA HERO class. It was structured as a catering business, called Krazy Kitchen Katering Kompany. They catered events for the school and public. They held many fund-raising activities, including selling burritos, salads, soups, and much more. Ten girls and Mrs. York attended the state convention held at Glorieta in April. Through hard work and dedication, this year’s members formed the ground work to be followed in the future.
HERO Class members are (front) Samantha Sims, Laura Sikes, Tracey Clements, Mrs. York, Rosa Reyna, Linda Carrasco, Estella Serna, (back) Jimmy Dale Willoughby, Arsenia Espino, Donna Montanez, Tera Farrington, Dawn Yarbrough, Sylvia Herrera, and Shay Boatman. Not pictured are Jacques Venter and Sara Coulter.Pep Club
This was the first year for EHS to have a forty-five member Pep Club. The main objective was to build enthusiasm with Cardinal fans. The group banned together at football games to put spirit in the air. The eleven member Pep Band performed at the bonfire and pep rallies. The Pep Club and Pep Band were sponsored by Dori Wallach and Kay Patterson. The hard work of these dedicated students and sponsors motivated the students spirit meter to an ultimate high.
Club build excltem«n‘
These girls get involved.
The Pep Band plays “Buckle Down” for the bonfire.
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Mr. Oswald and twenty future artists go to display exhibits at the annual art fair In Hobbs.
Art students portray high school teachers from a different angle.
This second-year annual staff went at it from a New Angle. They selected the theme “From Every Angle” and spent countless hours creating a book that will last a lifetime and be cherished forever. They were editors, photographers, copywriters, darkroom engineers, salespersons, layout technicians, design analysts, and data entry personnel. The five members and their sponsor worked above and beyond the call of duty to meet their deadlines.
Brandon displays his unique photographing form.Annual Staff Members are Kristin Worley, Wanda Kelton, Alana Walker, Dale Jones, Mrs. Carmack and Brandon Robbins.The bench plays an Important role.Look at that move.
Receiving Track awards are Jacques Venter, Alana Walker, Elalna Rodgers, and Eric Navarrete.
Kristin and Dawn show off their new uniforms
The 1987-88 Cheerleaders were a hardworking and spirited group of girls. “Teamwork” was the key word for accomplishing their various spirit boosters and fund raisers. The result of their school spirit and morale showed through as the fans were more supportive than ever before. The enthusiasm was greatly appreciated by all.
The Varsity Cheerleaders are (let) Tracey Clemente, Michelle Gould, Elizabeth Kelton, (2nd) Donna Montanez, Donna Velasquez, (3rd) Ana Ambrlz.
Junior Varelty Cheerleadere are Xan Gladden, Julie Heneon Shannon Beck.
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70 CheerleadersLady Cards are (1st) Shelly Henson, (2nd) Kristin Worley, Sara Coulter, Latoya Sims, Doreen Montanez, Alana Walker, Dawn Dobbs, Celina Montanez, Helena Reed, (3rd) Coach Connie Massey, Coach Nancy Hicks, and Margaret Mark Mauldlm.
Coach Hicks Is surrounded by seniors Sara Coulter, Alana Walker, and Kristin Worley.
District Champs?! Yes, once again the Lady Cardinals took the District 7AA Championship. They were 7-9 in the regular season and 3-1 in district. After winning district, the Lady Cardinals went to Truth or Consequences where they were beaten in the first round by Tularosa.
Even though a trip to the state tournament was not achieved, the pride, cooperation, and desire to be the best team possible is still very evident in Lady Cardinal Volleyball. Shown below are Alana Walker and Kristin Worley who were named All-District Players.
Let’s go, Cards!
Junior Varsity Volleyball Players are (1st) Samantha Sims, Tania England, Melissa Reese, Elvla Leyva, (2nd) Hope Rawlings, Jennifer Holland, Amber Robinson, Melanie Giles, Jennifer McCasland, Rose Werner, Cheryl Henson, (3rd) Coach Connie Massey, Rachel Howell, Misti Turner, Becky Jones, Coach Nancy Hicks, Cameron Peckham, Tammy Coy, Shelly Hernandez, and Manager Mark Mauldin.
74 VolleyballCards Strive to Be Better
The team mobs Shay as he makes the first touchdown of the season.
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All-District Players are Billy Morrow, Jeff Good, Brandon Robbins, and Jimmy Dale Heck.
The Cardinal football team showed promise of success by thrilling the fans with a 12-6 win in the opening game. As the young and inexperienced team appeared each week, progress could be seen as they played hard and remained competitive. Although the final scores were not always in their favor, they strived to be dedicated and conscientious.
Eunice Cardinals are (1st) David Colvin, Brian McWilliams, Shane Smith, Fernando Reyna, Brian Raybon, Scott Morrow, Alan Worley, Kendall Boyd, Scott Copeland, (2nd) Jeff Good, Eric Armijo, Shane Overton, Tim Clements, Eric Navarrete, Felipe Navarrette, Gary Barraza, Shay Boatman, Lance Harvey, Humberto Orozco, Manager Kelly Colvin, (3rd) Coach Bruce Bussell, Billy Morrow, Scott Mitchell, Donnie Hill, Kenny Hughes, Jimmy Dale Heck, James Ebel, Jimmy Benham, Steve Almager, Chris Lyle, Randy Locke, Gabriel Gaytan, Coach Craig Coulter, (4th) Coach Don Reese, Brandon Robbins, Bill Norman, Carl Copeland, Jeff Conner, Shaun Lester, Kent Hind, Jim Phillips, Jeff Johnson, Craig Hughes, and Michael Parker. Not pictured: Tony Berumen, Craig King, and Jason Stasluk.
76 FootballRaising their helmets, Jeff and Phillip gulp down water provided by Kelly.
The Cardinal Seniors are (1st) Brandon Robbins, Billy Morrow, Bill Norman, Kent Hind, (2nd) Jeff Conner, Shay Boatman, Gabriel Gaytan, (3rd) Chris Lyle, and Jimmy Dale Heck. Not pictured is Tony Be rumen.
State Honorable Mention Jeff Good returns a punt for yardage.
Lady Cardinals ore (Front) Donna Velasquez, Alana Walker, Sara Coulter, Dawn Yarbrough, Kristin Worley, Michelle Gould. (Back) Celina Montanez, Doreen Montanez, Shelly Henson, Coach Sheila Ford, Cameron Peckham, Coach Connie Massey, Donna Montanez, Holly Huntsman, and Manager Stephanie Jones.
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With Sara providing assistance, Dawn gets the rebound as Donna waits for the outlet
78 Girls’ Basketballon Strong
“The Lady Cardinals had another successful basketball season through much hard work and dedication,” stated Coach Ford. Their record was 17-6 for the season and 4-1 in District. In the first round of the regional tournament, the girls played tough against Truth or Consequences, but lost by a few points.
Dawn Yarbourgh and Alana Walker were named to the All-District Team. In addition, Alana was picked to play on the North-South All-Star team in the summer.Future
JV Cards are (front) Elaina Rogers, Jenny Holland, Becky Jones, Melanie Giles, Leslie Rogers, (back) Melissa Reese, Cheryl Henson, Coach Connie Massey, Elvia Leyva, Coach Sheila Ford, Jennifer McCasland, and Manager Stephanie Jones.Coming On Strong
Boys’ JV Cardinals are (front) George Werner, Fernando Reyna, David York, David Colvin, Bryan McWilliams, Coach Brad Alpers, (back) Manager Lerry Jennings, Humberto Orozco, Scott Mitchell, Craig Hughes, Chris Diel, Shaun Lester, Chad Roach, Heath Boatman, Alan Worley, Donnie Hill, and Kendall Bovd.
Boys’ Basketball 81Varsity Basketball consists of (Front) Shay Boatman, Gabriel Gaytan, Chris Lyle, Michael Parker, Brandon Robbins, Jeff Good, Octavio Galindo. (Back) Manager Billy Morrow, Bill Norman, Paxton LeMond, Tyler Seals, Shaun Lester, Kent Hind, Jeff Conner, Coach Brad Alpers, Dale Jones, and Coach Bruce Bussell.
Winning five of the first six games at the beginning of the seaso motivated the Cardinals to a 14-8 record. In addition to their responsibilities as players, they began a youngsters’ program.
Throughout the season the Cardinals coached first through sixth graders the basics of basketball. After a few days of practice, the young boys were assigned to teams and then played on Saturday afternoons. One of the varsity players commented that “the Cardinals really enjoyed teaching the boys.”
Octavio looks for an open man.
82 Boys’ BasketballSeason
Shay comes to a quick stop before shooting the ball.
Brandon shoots for two while Dale hustles in for the rebound.
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Loving 132 50
Seagraves 75 90
Plains (OT) 58 57
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Carlsbad JV 94 90
Tatum 76 61
Tatum 73 102
Wilson 72 64
Loop 79 73
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Plains 97 82
Loving 101 55
Lake Arthur 95 84 f
Dexter 107 93
Carlsbad JV 93 75
Lake Arthur 102 84
Hagerman 105 61
Lovington (OT) 89 92
Dexter 68 75
Jal 75 90
Tularosa 80 95
Jal 85 94
Dexter 68 81
Boys’ Basketball 83
Bill was named to the All-District team.Finishing
Girls’ Track Team consists of (Front) Melanie Giles, Alana Walker. Melissa Reese. Kristin Worley. Tania England. (Back) Manager Dawn Yarbrouqh, Elaina Roqers Jov Weldv Sara Coulter. Jennifer McCasland. and Coach Sheila Ford.
You’re almost there, Alana
Eunice track meet is cold for Jacques and
Kristin breezes across the finish line.
Kelly and Steve concentrate on getting a good hand off.
Senior Track Star are (Front) Joy Weldy, Kristin Worley, Sara Coulter, Alana Walker. (Back) Billy Morrow, Jeff Conner, and Jacques Venter.
Everyone waits for the photographer to arrive.
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Boys Track Team consists of (Front) Eric Armijo, Herberto Gonzalez, David Colvin, Eric Navarrete, Raul Reyna, Kelly Colvin. (Middle) Rodney Lord, Craig King, Donnie Hill, Steve Almager, Ken Don Ragland, Jerry Slaughter, Felipe Navarrette. (Back) Coach Don Reese, Billy Morrow, Jim Phillips, Jeff Conner, Jacques Venter, Jeff Johnson, and Heath Boatman.the Cold!
It’s too cold for a track meet!
David wins the 800 run by a few feet.
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Jeff awaits the approaching fast ball. Kenny pushes off the mound for a fast ball.
88 BaseballThe dugout provides shade from the afternoon sun.
Pre-game warm up has Gary at the mound.
Between Innings Tyler juggles baseballs.
Brandon swings for a good hit.
Baseball 89Awards Given at
Receiving awards for baseball are Shay Boatman, Michael Parker, Jason Harris, and Scott Mitchell.
Volleyball awards went to (Sitting) Alana Walker, and Kristin Worley. Basketball awards were presented to (Standing) Dawn Yarbrough and Donna Velasquez.
90 Sportsthe Sports Banquet
Michael Parker, BUI Norman, and Shay Boatman were given basketball awards.
Recipients Recognized on May 9
Football awards went to (Sitting) Jeff Johnson, Donnie Hill, (Standing) Shay Boatman, Jeff Good, Brandon Robbins, and Billy Morrow.
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Class Favorites are (front) Elyn McReynolds (6), Natalie Evans
(7) , Leah Dodson (8), (back) Bradley Woodring (6), Tim Clements
(8) , and not pictured Fred Anders (7).
These eighth graders are exhausted after a hard day at track
Seventh Grade Class Officers are President Natalie Evans, Vice-President Keith Copeland, Secretary Casondra Williams and Reporter Belinda Ferbrache.
Fred and Brett experiment with a trap.
94 Junior HighEighth Grade Class Officers are (bottom to top) Reporter Sherry Hill, Secretary Dana Wilkinson, Vice President Amy Rush, and President Caprice Bettis.
Sixth Grade Class Officers are Reporter Amanda Riley, Secretary Ana Navarette, President Bryan Crowell, and Vice President Elyn McReynolds.Recognition of
Don Jones Charlotta Robertson
Principal of Caton Junior High, Mr. Don Jones, is shown above receiving his birthday present from the students. Mr. Jones’ duties never end; such as, teaching classes, disciplining students, conducting conferences, and performing countless other activities. His secretary, Mrs. Charlotta Robertson, is there to assist in the running of the school. Shown at right, Mrs. Robertson is busy at the computer. These two, along with the faculty, prepare the students for their future.
96 Junior HighJobs Well Done
Maurice Partin Monica Pryor Tom Schend
Resource Room Special Education Diagnostician
“Teacher of the Year” Is Tracey Davis.
Junior High 97Adams, April Arcldez, Letisha Armijo, Amy Berumen, Estevan
Bettis, Caprice Blake, Patricia Boatman, Stacy Bravo, Joe
Britton, Howard Caballero, Juan Castillo, Victor Christopher, Loren
Clements, Timothy Collins, Michele Colvin, Daniel Conner, James
Cooper, Clifford Dixon, Melissa Dobbs, Angela Dodson, Leah
98 Eighth GradeEighth Grad©
Galindo, Lorena Garcia, Estevan Gaytan, Juan Gaytan, Octavio
Gonzales, Brenda Gooch, Jimmy Harvey, Lance Hatley, Lori
Hernandez, Ramon Hernandez, Roberto Hill, Sherry Johnson, Darrell
Jones, Charlotte Kirkland, Sheila Leyva, Elma Malone, Kellie
Martin, Kerry McCasland, Mindy Montanez, Elaine Montanez, Michael
Eighth grade 99Eighth Grade
Montoya, Ernestina Montoya, Javier Newton, Jennifer Nolen, Robert
Overton, Shelly Rendon, Mary Rodriguez, Matthew Rush, Amy
Ruth, Joshua Saenz, Jose Saenz, Maria Sedtllo, Christopher
It is chaos exiting the auditorium.
100 Eighth GradeEighth Grade
School can be fun!
Serano, Albeto Serna, Paula Sims, Joe Swezey, Dorothy
Valencia, Naomi Vozza, Cesar Westmoreland, Shelly Whitflll, Angela
Wilkinson, Dana Williams, Elton Yeager, Richard Not Pictured: Gardner, Dage Madrid, Melissa Saenz, Annabelle
This book belongs to:
My best friends are:
Eighth Grade 101Seventh Grade
Abrego, Annabelle Adams, Tonya Ambrlz, Angelica Anders, Frederick
Armendariz, Celia Armendarlz, Noel Berry, Jessica Brewer, Darell
Byrum, Marcey Call, Dennis Campos, Susana Conner, Joseph
Contreras, Yvonne Copeland, Keith Criswell, Richard Cueto, Marla
Davis, Candida Dixon, Barbara Evans, Natalie Farrington, Angela
102 Seventh GradeFerbrache, Belinda Flno, Geneva Fuller, Terry Garcia, Jessica
Gass, Charles Gaytan, Sandra Gladden, Randall Gould, Perry
Grado, Oscar Graham, Kathryn Gutierrez, Georgia Haase, Jennifer
Hemphill, Jerry Henson, Clabe Jordan, Lisa Juarez, Jimmy
Leyva, Osbella McLean, Randall Meek, Jason Moberly, Scott
Seventh Grade 103104 Seventh Grade
Togetherness is a trait.Seventh Grade
of seventh graders.
Parker, Brett Patterson, Chad Pilcher, Sammie Ramos, Alejandro
Rawlings, Franklin Rivas, Francisco Rivas, Lupe Jr. Ruiz, Able
Elizabeth, Araceli, and Annabelle walk in the morning sunshine.
Seventh Grade 105Seventh Grade
Saenz, Israel Santa Cruz, Lisa Scarfe, Joseph Sedllio, Elizabeth
Slaughter, Melinda Smith, Vanessa Stephens, William Terry, Wesley
Usener, Amber WhltfUl, Joseph Williams, Casondra Willson, Taml
Ziegler, Shawna Not Pictured: Able, Jason Bettis, Bradley Briones, Lorenzo Bulman, Heather Carrasco, Allison Gardner, Geadell
These guys enjoy the homecoming parade. Hard at work!
106 Seventh GradeSixth Grade
Adams, Delta Ambriz, Marla Avalos, Sandra Avalos, Veronica
Bishop, Christa Brasted, Guy Caballero, Edward Caballero, Nancy
Carrillo, Michael Castillo, Christina Contreras, Sergio
My favorite teacher is: My favorite subject is:
Sixth Grade 107Sixth Grade
Craig, Deena Crowell, Brian Cueto, Patricia Doyal, Grady
Estrada, Beatrice Flennlken, Misty Garcia, Erika Gonzalez, Arturo
Gonzalez, Manuel Harris, Dawn Heath, George Heredia, Sofia
Herrera, Belinda Hlce, Kristi Hill, Amy Hopper, Randall
Howell, Jeffery Hughes, Gayla Jordan, Rebecca Landes, Jack
After I graduate from Eunice High School I plan to:
If I could have lunch with anyone in the world, it would be:
108 Sixth GradeSixth Grade
Logan, Gwen Lujan, Claira Manly, Kryssla Marshall, Pamela
McCasland, Matthew McLean, Lance McReynolds, Elyn Montanez, Marty
Montoya, Jorge Motes, Angela Navarrete, Amy Navarrette, Ana
Nolen, Mendl Olivas, Edmund Peralta, Alma Perkins, Taml
Pierson, Chad Rangel, Gerardo Remagen, Tammy Riley, Amanda
After school I like to:
My favorite book is:
This summer I would like to: Sixth Grade 109Sixth Grade
Rivas, Maria Rivas, Pablo Robertson, Monique Robinson, John
Rodriguez, Geisha Rodriguez, Mario Ruiz, Eusevio Saenz, Charlene
Saldana, Ramon Sanchez, Maria Savory, Billy Slate, Damon
110 Sixth GradeSixth Grade
Sutton, David Teague, Janice Teague, Shirley Terrell, Christopher
Thomas, Christie Tippett, Aaron Torrez, Melissa Tyree, Klrt
Weldy, Belinda Werner, Wade Wllmot, James Woodring, BradleyFootball
Members of the CJH Football team are (1st) Charles Gass, Ray Christopher, Buzzy Gould, (2nd) Danny Colvin, Randy McLean, Clabe Henson, Steven Navarrette, Darell Brewer, Joe Conner, Keith Copeland, Chad Patterson, (3rd) Coach Ball, Fred Anders, Willie Stephens, Randy Gladden, Jason Meek, Juan Caballero, Javier Montoya, Frankie Rawlings, Hank Palmer, (4th) Steve Berumen, David Criswell, Octavio Gaytan, Elton Williams, Juan Gaytan, Joe Sims, Chris Sedillo, Elias Montoya, Joe Bravo, and Coach Alpers.Volleyball —
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CJH Volleyball 113Basketball
Members of the Eighth Grade Boys’ Basketball team are (1st) Jason Able, Ray Christopher, Javier Montoya, Armando Vozza, (2nd) Octavio Gaytan, Juan Gaytan, Jose Saenz, Elton Williams. Coach Coulter, and Stevie Garda.
Members of the Seventh Grade Boys’ Basketball team are (1st) Chad Patterson, Randy McLean, Randy Gladden, Darell (2nd) Fred Anders, Hank Palmer, Jason Meek, Israel Saenz, Coach Reese, Elias Montoya, Wesley Terry, and Frankie Rawlings.
Members of the Eighth Grade Girls’ Basketball Team are (1st) Victoria Saenz. (2nd) Angela Whitfill. Kerry Martin. Dana Wilkinson. Elaine Montanez. Letisha Arcidez, (3rd) Tina Montoya. Amy Rush, Shelly Westmoreland, Coach Varnell, Lorena Galindo. Shelly Overton, and Sherry Hill.
Members of the Seventh Grade Girls’ Basketball Team are (1st) Natalie Evans, Jennifer Haase, Tonya Adams, Yvonne Contreras. Belinda Fer brache, (2nd) Sandra Gaytan, Laci Owens, Coach Pryor, Shawna Zeigler, and Jessica Garcia.
116 TrackJust Say No
These students are members of the newly formed Juat Say No club.
Just Say No Officers are Vice President Tina Montoya, President Dana Wilkinson, Reporter Ana Navarrette. and Secretary Treasurer Sherry Hill.
Just Say No 117Junior High
Mr. Goodman is busy at another track meet.
The basketball boys listen Intensely to Coach Reese.
118 Junior High
Valentine Sweetheart candidates wait patiently for the winner to be announced.From Every Angle
Up! Down! Up! Down!
Junior High 119crfAKD ir yfftiROUQH
Chris Holland proudly displays his science project
Join hands everyone.
Nurse Kellum puts a smile on Evan’s face
Decisions, decisions, decisions!
121Leaders of the Little Ones
Shown above is Mr. Gary Johnson, Elementary Principal. His job is never done and each day he is faced with a new challenge. His secretary, Mrs. Bobbie Helen Miller, is shown to the right displaying their new copier. Her duties keep the elementary functioning smoothly. Together, these two professionals go above and beyond the call of duty to assure the best possible educational atmosphere for all Mettie Jordan Elementary students.
122 ElementaryMr . France Herron
M . Kay Patterson
M . Deanna Richardson
Mr . Dori Wallach
Mr . Sharon Westmoreland
Mr . Lucille Kellum
Mr . Evelyn Wink
Special Ed. Aide
Elementary students enjoy special attractions.
Learning our ABCs.
Elementary 123Fifth Grade
Rhodes, Dustin Rivas, Michael Saenz, Beatrice Serna, Christina Serna, Ramon
Soriano, Alberto Stone, Jeremy Swezey, Mavis Williams, Jaimie Woodring, Jonathan Not Pictured:
Armendariz, Andy Brooks, Jackson Clouse, Rodney Gaytan, Maximo Gould, Lance Hedrick, Joseph
James, Ryan Lujan, Mayra McBee, Robert Nicely, Dave Nunez, Guadalupe Ortiz, Daisha
Fifth Grade 125Fifth Grade
Acosta, Timothy Beck, Timothy Boyd, Kelly Burcham, Jacob Cartwright, Jonathan Carrasco, Crystal
Colvin, Jennifer Criswell, Jay Goforth, Tonya Johnson, Gary Jones, Michelle Landes, Chrisy
Luster, Diane Masslngale, Michelle Morrissey, Dean Navarrette, Richard Newton, Michael Norvell, Willie
Palmer, Kenny Rice, Jamahl Rivas, Tommy Rusk, Shanon Valencia, Rlgo Ziegler, Brandon Not Pictured: Rivas, LeeRoy
126 Fifth GradeFifth and Fourth Grades
Mrs. Jill Hodges
Mrs. Lee Ann Burton
Arcidez, Felisha Armijo, Jennifer Chaffin, Matthew Daniels, Tiffanie Dodson, Kevin Harlan, James
Jenkins. Phillip Jones, Doug Kelton, Richard Meek, Jaime Oswald, Jason Rios, Ramon
Rusk, Belinda Sanders, William
Borden, Brooke Caballero, Rachel Collins, Katandra Dodson, Keith
Saenz, Cynthia Saenz, Larry Soriano, Juan Tippett, James VanMaanen, Jonathan Not Pictured:
Bulman, Jon Michael
Fifth and Fourth Grades 127Fourth Grade
Mrs. Jo Springer
Caballero, David Craig, Kristie Dean, Chad Evans, Marsha Grogan, Shannon Heady, Gary
Johnston, Slade Kirkland, Jason Locke, Marsha Montanez, Randall Montanez, Ryan Paris, Jack
Ramos, John Rathbun, Amanda Robbins, Ashley Rush, Clay Ruth, Shelby Saenz, Karina
Santa Cruz, Brenda Serna, Silvia Smith, Rusty Terry, J. T. Valencia, Jesus Wilson, Travis
128 Fourth GradeFourth Grade
Avalos, Marla Barber, Shane Blair, Amanda Canafax, Tory Conner, Gabriel Copeland, Christopher
Fields, Chanda Fisher, Bert Grado, Hugo Harris, John Heady, Rebecca Holland, Christopher
Kendrick, Robert McCasland, Misty Madrid, Christopher Masslngale, Charles Mendoza, Edward Miller, Kristi
Moreno, Cheo Ritchey, Jennifer Smith, Bryanna Snitker, Doug Stanton, Jessica Wright, Robert Not Pictured: Young, Timothy
Fourth Grade 129Third Grade
Ashlln, Christy Avalos, Selina Criswell, Brian Cueto, Daniel DeLozier, Cody Galindo, Veronica
Gonzalez, Candy Griffin, Amanda Gutierrez, Charbel Heady, Rusty Hemphill, Michael Lawson, Kara
McGill, Christopher Morris, Grady Nymeyer, Tye Pierson, Travis Rivas, Melissa Rodriguez, Carlos
Rusk, Jeremy Sedlllo, Annette Thrash, Jalmee Tumer, Courtney Wilson-Bock, Dee Anne
130 Third GradeMrs. Cathy Jones
Allen, Bridgett Black, Chad Daughtry, Bruce Evans, Nick Gaytan, Maria Gladden, Jerad
Sims, Blanca Stone, Brandi Terrell, Jeremy Walser, David Wllson-Bock, Lee Anne
Third Grade 131
Graham, April Hernandez, Elizabeth Hernandez, Robert Huntsman, Charles Leyva, Amulfo Lujan, Malra
Manly, Jacob Orozco, Oscar Parker, Brian Payne, Nathan Ramos, Patricia Rhodes, ThomasThird Grade
Carrillo, Janette Cooper, Ryan Criswell, Greg Fisher, Charlie Garcia, Enrique Gonzales, Linda
Hackett, Diana Hill, Richard Koeberle, Christ! McCasland, Manda Moberly, Kyle Najera, Erica
Nicely, Ricky Nunez, Lori Ortiz, Penelope Savory, Wesley Serna, Gllberto
Slate, Derek Soriano, Patricia Wllmot, Otis Woodell, Zacharlah Yarbrough, Kyle
132 Third GradeSecond Grade
Anders, Shawn Anderson, Cristina Armendarez, Nora Beldzlg, John Brooks, Benjamin Bundtck, William
Bustamante, Robert Carrasco, Soyla Dixon, Edmond Galindo, Guadalupe Gutierrez, Christina Gutierrez, Martin
Harper, Samanda Heady, Helga James, Toble McBee, Timothy Oswald, Philip Payne, Brooke
Radcllff, Crystal Ritchey, Billy Saenz, Ellas Terrell, Joshua Thompson, Adam Wilkinson, Gina Not Pictured: Young, Eric
Second Grade 133Second Grade
Ambriz, Veronica Berry, Shaun Bishop, Monica Black, Keegan Carey, Chelcie Clouse, Joel
Collins, Joe Dean, Heath Hahn, Beth Hernandez, Aldo Herrera, Carlos Herrera, Jason
Jones, Cody Kirkland, Melissa Miller, George Newton, Debbie Orozco, Cesar Palmer, Christ!
Patterson, Andy Remagen, Chrystal Santa Cruz, Sandy Stone, Tracy Tyree, David Whitaker, Kyle Not Pictured: Avery, Wendy
134 Second GradeSecond Grade
Angulano, Orlando Aranda, Armando Avalos, Andrea Blair, Angela Blevins, Bradley Brooks, Jonathan
Byrd, Ashlee Caballero, Daniel Faulkner, Crystal Heath, Susan Lawson, Dana Luster, Cody
Montoya, Angela Ortiz, Beau Radcliff, Rachel Rodgers, Matthew Rusk, Eric Shakra, Joshua
Shugart, John Skinner, Jeffrey Stoffer, Norma Torrez, Yvette VanMaanen, Jason Not Pictured: Evans, Tina Mitchell, Crystel
Second Grade 135First Grade
Alvldrez, Omar Aranda, Josue Caballero, Miguel Heady, RoyLe Herrera, Jeremy
Hoover, Scotty Jenkins, Jared Jeter, Annie Lee, Blake Locke, Evan
136 First GradeFirst Grade
Mrs. Barbara Osborn
Armendartz, Omar Bailey, Brooke Brown, Daydra Charo, Carlos Cleaver, Trisha
Colvin, Johnny DeLozler, Duane Gaytan, Juana Goforth, Terry Hernandez, Marcellno
Hlce, Wesley Ledbetter, Shannon Nunez, Elizabeth Ramos, Monica Rawlings, Bobby
Rios, Christopher Usener, Sara Sklnne, Joey Wright, Amanda Zelgler, Rendl
First Grade 137First Grade
Hedrick, Marshall Lucero, Luciano Lujan, Alfonso Montoya, Eddie Morris, Ronnie
Newton, Christina Radcliff, Richard Sanchez, Holly Simpson, Anna Soriano, Grasiela
Sorrells, Harold Stanton, Jamie Stringham, Franklin Wilson, Kristen
138 First GradeFirst Grade
Grado, Angela Hahn, Travis Harless, Damon Jones, Marshall Kelton, Kelly
Locke, Michael Lujan, Margoby Morrow, Jo Norvell, Nicole Ramos, Ruby
Reese, Luke Serna, Fernando Thrash, Billy Usener, Jeremiah Williams, Shayla
Burcham, Joshua Contreras, Carina Contreras, Carmen Coy, Garet Cueto, Jesse Danford, Danielle
Fifth Grade 139Kindergarten
Armendarlz, Carlos Bustamante, Michael Carrasco, Blanca Cleaver, Desswolr Collins, Angela
Harris, Joseph Lovell, Danna Reese, Camille Robertson, James
Sanchez, Cynthia Serna, Andy Snltker, Casey Vinson, Jessica Not Pictured: Nunez, Armlda Velez, Jennifer
Adams, Amanda Cabellero, Adrian DeLozier, John Gutierrez, Antonio Gutierrez, Susie
Harvey, Houston James, Kaycee Jeter, William McCasland, Eric Muro, Adrian
Nelson, Caleb Ramos, Melissa Ramos, Michael Riley, Kyle Ritchie, Frank
Ruth, Bradley Shakra, Lensl Teague, Steven White, JenniferKindergarten
Caballero, George Frisk, Justin Grado, Gabriel Heady, Leslie Hicks, Danny
Jennings, Kristi Laws, Anissa Lewis, Jaylon Madrid, Jose McReynolds, Connor
Molina, Sendi Owen, Lindsey Porras, Juan Rendon, Roger Smith, Wesley
Acosta, Raquel Arcidez, Castulo Bland, Michelle Faulkner, Joey Gaylor, Brandon
Sutton, Laura Teague, Stephenie Tyree, Richard Walker, Jeremy Not Pictured:
Anderson, Charles Batchelor, Ryan
Manly, Scotty McGill, Amanda Muro, Jose Navarrete, Ann Newton, Wilma
Nymeyer, Sherri Ornelas, Javier Phifer, Charles Ramos, Zachariah Soriano, Elsa
Kindergarten 143AWARDS... AWARDS... AWARDS... AWARDS... AWARDS...
High School Superintendent’s Honor Roll — Xan Gladden, Alan Worley, Chris Diel, Kristin Worley, James Sanders, and Dale Jones.
Jr. High Superintendent's Honor Roll
— Elyn McReynolds, Natalie Evans, Keith Copeland, Shawna Zielger, and Amanda Riley.
Scholarship Awardees — (Front) Wanda Kelton, Estella Serna, Dawn Yarbrough, Kristin Worley, Sara Coulter. (Back) Alana Walker, Dale Jones, Kent Hind, Brandon Robbins, and Donna Montanez.
144 AwardsHigh School Principal'• Hoi
Roll — (Front) Cheryl Hen Stephanie Jones, Estella Serna, Ju Henson, Ana Amhriz, Donna Veil quez, Shelly Henson, Alana Walke (Back) Wanda Kelton, Kendall Boyt Jeff Johnson, Jeff Good, Brando Robbins, and Becky Jones.
Jr. High Perfect Attendance —
(Front) Wade Werner, Jorge Montoya, Chad Patterson, Elyn McReynolds. (Back) Charlotte Jones, Elton Williams, Shelly Westmoreland, and Belinda Weldy.
Jr. High Principal’s Honor Roll — (1st Row) Candida Davis, Ana Navarette, Amy Navarette, Chad Patterson. (2nd Row) Kryssia Manly, Wade Werner, Christa Bishop, Misty Flennlken, John Robinson. (3rd Row) Armando Vozza, Lori Hatley, Charlotte Jones, Susie Campos, Letisha Arcldez. (4th Row) Shelly Westmoreland, Dana Wilkinson, Jack Landes, Randy Gladden, Tina Montoya, and Darell Brewer.
Awards 145..GRADUATION... GRADUATION... GRADUATION... GRADUATION...
(Front) Arsenia Espino, Anita Dennis, Estella Serna, Rosa Reyna, Linda Carrasco, Alana Walker, Sylvia Herrera, Tera Farrington, and Joy Weldy. (Second) Shay Boatman, Sheila Havlland, Dawn Yarbrough, Donna Montanez, Laura Sikes, Tracey Clements, Sara Coulter, and Wanda Kelton. (Third) Tony Berumen, Consuelo Holquin, Adrian Ruiz, Gabriel Gaytan, Brandon Robbins, Jacques Venter, Dale Jones, and Chris Lyle. (Back) Kristin Worley, Lee Fox, Billy Morrow, Kent Hind, Jeff Conner, Bill Norman, and Paxton LeMond.LOSING SECTION... CLOSING SECTION... CLOSING SECTION... CLOSING$ 1OO Contributors
ABC Rental Tool Company First Interstate Bank of Lea County Gold Star Service Co., Inc.
John Hice, Jr., Welding Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kennann United Bank of Lea County Wallach Concrete Inc.
Ballenger’s Dairy Freez II B H Construction Eunice Well Service GCI Construction Hobbs Repair Service, Inc. J.D.’s Shell Wrecker Pay-n-Save
Blaine Chemical, I Cobra Well Service,Eunice
Bo-Kay Flower Shop Cardinal Drug Chaparral Service, Inc.
Eunice Booster Club
Eunice Locker Plant
James L. Evans, Independent Producer
Robert M. Harris, C.P.A.
Johnston Construction Leavell Danford Insurance Agency, Inc.
Lin’s Hair Design Brass Gift Shop McCasland Hardware and Sporting Goods McCasland Services .... '
Red Bird LP Gas Cp., Inc.
Rowland Trucking Go?
Scott Lumber Supply, Inc.
SouthwesterffTnsturment Company Standard Welding Works, Inc.
Vee Bee’s Closet
Watson Supply Company, a Division of Watson Truck Supply, Inc
Elliott Waldron Title Abstract Co.Fnc. Forrest Tire Co., Inc.
Valley Federal Savings Badk
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