Muleshoe High School - Eagle Yearbook (Muleshoe, TX)
- Class of 1941
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HOu Dear Old Mule no H15
Old huloswoc Hloh waen wo'vc depart d
me Know tbat wo ma t do
MCNFFIQS mama S heavy hearted to S f good
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Wo havo worked and olayed tog tber 1D
days that hav gone by
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'gwbharles Long -- He ilSSCS y the bo ' 'WWW
Jack McNutt NGreater love hath no man
an he hath for Baylor
Juanlee Brooks - HHer friendshlp, of a
th1DQS most rare
Bllly Beavers nHe 1S ready to enter 1D o
an argument anytime, anywhere, however
we just can't help IOVIDQ our Bllly
Cleta Nell Bayless NFr1endly, full o
fun, Cleta 1S loved by everyone
Ross Cummlns 'Hand omen Cumml
Joe Sm1th 'The less men think, the more
Byrnlce Hogan 'There 1S one th1ng ever
one wants to know ls lt Hogan or
Eug ne Black Jltterbug Bla
artlcle of the basketball te
Nona Faye Johnson nl'm a sen1or, '1
tall, 111 happy, that's all
Connie Dale Gupton UUrpy 15 bashful,
but he 15 a swell guy
Betty Jo Johnson 'A 1 ha1lJ our quee
Martln Ol1ver NH1S favorite subject was
Johnn1e Glasscock 'The happ1est dev
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Mary Katder1ne Panwons uSh d s whatever
she wants too darn the consequences
Cllfford Gordon nFlash1ng, Dashlng, G o
Bert Shanks 'Not conquered he, but e
querlng stlll, he y1CldS hlmself to
Howard Edwards 'Lum wears a WIHSONC sml
Melva Jean Washln ton 'Oh boy! can she s
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Delbert Watson nW1th such true breed1 g
of a gentl man, ou never could d1v1ne
hls real thouoht'
Roselene Day 'Wh n dld she cross you W1
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Kathryn Starkey 'She needs no lntroduetlo ,
e speaks for herself'
Alwyn Ch1twood HN ratural maker of frlen ,
Wlth ol nt of w1t and a goodly supply
of good Tumor
Lavonne Br yles HA d ep thlnker, a har
worker Wltm a smlle for alln
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Dorl Churchill 'Ellzaheth Doe Do , e
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Mary Klllouoh nShe has WIDHIHQ ways an
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Betty Lou Jesko nGood humor IS the hea
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James Warren HT'ol w1th Shakespca1 ,
Eugene Standefer 'What would youth
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SENIOR CLASS il STORY
The ooen1ng of the chool tern of September
1957 found brlght, eaocr, srlny faced boys and
QIPIS enrolllnq as Freshmen 1U hulesloe H1gh School
Th1s was then the future en1or cla s of 19 l All
of you who were ever a Fresrman knof the fLCl1DQS
and the sensatlons of such a group They were hub
bl1ng over wlth cxe1temcnt and amb1t1on to become
the greatest class exer to graduate from huleshoe
H1gh School Paul Smlth was our class pFCS1dCHt,
alded ln every way by our splendld sponsor, Mlss
Stella Jackson Nona Faye Johnson was class queen,
escorted hy Luther Wllls
The Freshman year was uneventful except that
dur1ng that fC3l the clas showed 1ts ab1l1ty 1n
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competent loom mother Alwyn Ch1twood made the all
conference team, an unusu l honer for a Sophomore
Gur Clas PFCS119Ht xas Randoloh Johnson, Wltw M185
Jackson ag 1D servlng as our soonsor Frances Coker
the class queen, was escorted by Randolph Johnson
Then c m an even more eventful y ar 1n whlch
the cla s ccomollshed a feat unknown to any Junlor
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class. This year they won the praise that every Jun-
ior class strives for. The fact that they entertained
the Seniors at a banquet that had never been equaled
before. The Seniors appreciated the fact that their
plates were entirely paid for by the Juniors. The
class showed its ability in the presenting to the pub-
lic their first class play, HTHE GIRL IN THE FUR CQATH
which was attended by a record crowd, Myrleen Wimberley
played the leading role Randolph Johnson again led
the class as president urder the l adcrship of Mr J
X Lumsden and Hrs Virginia Brummett as sponsors
Betty Jo Pool was our queen, escorted by Martin Oliver
In September, l9 O, the class enrolled as Sen
iors AT LAST! THE GREAT GOAL WTS REAChED' They
were sitting in the seat coveted by every lower class
man Each had the dignity and the pep to make a per
feet class On January 9 19 l, the class presented
the annual class play, UAUNT MINNIE FROM MINNESOTA
which proved to be very profitable and entertaining
The comical part of 'HUNT MINNIE' was played by Jua
nice Brooks Charles Long served as our class pres
fdent with the cooperation of Edd Haley and Jack Williams
acting as sponsors Our queen for thid year was
again Betty Jo fPooll Johnson, excorted by her hus
band , Randolph
For the first time in ten years the senior
class with the cooperation of the sponsors has under
taken the production of an annual a this a v y
expensive proposition, plans had to be formulated to
raise money, and with tHL entire class working like
Trojans, they accomplished the task
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ended We believe we hai eerived from chool bene
fits far in excess for the effort we have put forth
chers, p incipal, and the department head for their
guidance, coaoerati n and apnlau e durino this four
years in Hidw school F undatien h ve heen laid for
t e home and l Je cf tie futtr e1t1 ers of the vor
Wnat ver success any member et r atlalis, nay
it be rememb red th t it 13 due to that west influen
tial part f his life, the experience with the nCla s
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SLNIOR CUxSo WILL
We, the Senlor Class of l, belng of sound
mlnds and falllng NQNOFICS for hlstory dates, but x
cellent memorles for Saturday nlght dates, do bequeath
1nt.he follow1ng bequests to all the followlng groups
and persons, these th1ngs
To the Freshmen our places ln the beloved study
halls We hop , therefore, that any persons who shall
not have acqulred the thought of enterlng H1gn School
are hereby granted our encouragenent
To the Sophomores we bequeath our beloved books,
all the old chew1ng gum found in th lock rs and desks
and the success we have had ln Jun1or Senlor banquets,
plays, part1es, etc
To the Jun1ors we hereby give the excess good com
efforts of our own m1nds The sen1ors have 1n thelr
possesslon, the respons1b1l1ty and honor of the pub
llcat1on of HTHE YELLGW JACKETH, thls we leave to the
Del1a Pearl Stapp hereby wills her chubhiness to The
lna Renfrew and Mary K Hammons g1ve their ab1l1ty of
fllrtmng to Lo1s Howard and Mary Frances K1ng
Martln Oliver and Randolph Johnson hereby will thelr
succe s in marrlage to Claude Garth and Troy Jordan
Eugene Standefer wills h1s ab111ty as football cap
tain to Estral Peel
Myrleen W1mberly hereby wllls her out of town letters
to Joseph1ne Jesko
Marshall Morrls and Dorothy Ray Jones w1ll the1r bow
legs to Fern Graham and Clarence Thonas
Dee Chltwo d and Horace Edwards w1ll the1r oft l1ttle
chuckles to Ros Glaze
Burke McGee and Bert Shanks leave thelr quiet att1
tude to Bobby San Damron
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Clifford Gordon and Jack McNutt bequeath their grace-
ful dancing to Lonnie Wilhite and James Jennings.
Charles Long wills his finger-waves to T. M. Cox.
Billy Beaves leave his good sense of humor to Alvis
Cleta Nell Bayless and Melva Jean Washington will their
opera singing to lla Kate Duncan and Leona Bartley.
Lavonne Broyles and Calvin Jolly bequeath their hard
earned knowledge to Lloyd Robinson and Dorothy Cox
Phoebe Clark wills her pretty eyes to Earl Schmitz
Ross Cummins hereby wills h s obstinacy to Betty Jo
Rosalene Day, Katherine Starkey, and Dolores Thurman
will their blond hair to Geraldine Taylor
Johnny Glasseock and Boyd Neil Lowry leave their brisk
attitude to Robert Trapp
Connie Dale Gupton and Delbert Watson will their BASH
FULNESS to Gerald Churchill
Adell Howard gives her Saturday night dates to Gloria
Nona Faye Johnson leaves her pretty hair to DeAlma
Betty Jo Johnson and Mary Killough bequeath their
personality to Mary Sue Osborn
Ira Thomas and Eugene Black give their temperance to
Beatrice Loe leaves her basketball PARTICIPATION to
Mozelle Ellis and Calvin Embry want Pauline Tolliver
to take their good posture
James Warren and Joe S ith will their ability of being
gr at lovers to James Bentley and Rudolph Johnson
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Darrla Mac York leaves he Off1CC Job to Pary
G D P w1lls l graceful walk to Tomry
Ha y and Jan s Hall
JU3H1CC Brooks WlShLS to leave ner cave man
t3CilCS to Greene Tlpton and WIIIOCYHC Gatewood
L C Gulley leaves hls floure to Fern Smltr
B111 Stevens w1lls h1S good t1mCS to D1xon
Wagnon and Harry Walker
You w1ll f1nd th1S Wlll carefully
and 1ntell1gently planned
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Cleta Nell Bayless
Dorothy Ray Jones
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The Sen1or play was presented January 9
19 l The larorst am no whloh had ever attended
a school play was present and ready to laugh at
th1s soream1ngly lunny farce
The plot oonoerned Aunt Minnle, a man
huntlng old m id, and her efforts to wake uo the
sleepy mld wc tern town of Brandon Three love
affalrs ran throughout the olay lnoludlng th t
of Aunt Minnle and her two su1tors Honors for
the produet1on went to Juanlee Brooks for h 1 ex
oellent playlng Aunt MIHDIL
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JUNIOR CLASS ROLL
Betty Jo Jordan
Barbara Nae o rls
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Junior Class History
September, 1958 saw the largest enrollment in the
Freshman class in the history of Muleshoe High. Comiqg
as they did from Muleshoe and her neighboring rural
schools, these students formed the liveliest and most
versatile group in the school. iThe class was blessed
with athletes, musicians, actors,soeial leaders, beau-
ties, and, above all, scholars. The Freshman year
served as a welding period for closely joining those
of divergent backgrounds into a spirit of friendliness,
cooperation, and class loyalty. Betty Jo Jordan was
selected as our queen, escorted by Clarence Thomas,
President, in the annual carnival.
Our Sophomore year was marked by two important
accomplishments. We were successful in electing Gloria
Gowdy queen of the High School, and, for the first time
in Muleshoe history, a second year class produced a
three-act play -- 'AARON BOGGS, FRESHMANN.
The present year has continued under the leader-
ship of our same President, Clarence Thomas. Geraldine
Taylor was our queen, escorted by Pinkie Barbour ur
three greatest efforts of this session have been spon
soring a special bus trip to the South Plains Fair
producing a three act play YOUTH COM S TRIPPINGH, and
entertaining the senio s and faculty in an elaborate
banquet, details of which will be found elsewhere in
This class has shown evidence of much development,
sportsmanship, and solidarity, and we intend to set
mark next year for seniors of many years to come to
In the halh of Muleshoe High School
We, the Juniors, lead
Scholarship, and sports, and friendship
Grace our class indeed
Let us strive to hold our station
Here in Muleshoe School
nEver onwardln be our no o,
And the Golden Rule!
Come ye Juniors rally 'round our
Colors blue and white
Pledge your loyalty and honor
Ever for the right!
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HYOU H COVES 1QIPPlNGH
Doctor BenJam1n Sk1nner Dlxon Wagnon
Tom Kane James Bently
Mr Bryson Gerald Churchlll
Ellzabeth Sklnner Theresa PIQFSOH
Betty Kane Wynellc Eskr1dge
Lillian Paget Betty Joe Jordan
Bobby Dunn Plnkle Barbour
Speed Temple Clarence Thomas
The plot conc rns the vcry clever
and successful effort of a ore var1cat1ng,
but well meanlng small town doctor to s ve
from tne t tacles of a seasoneo sw1ndlfr,
the e tate of hlS 1D GXDCF1 need ward, Bobby
Dunn, who has Jtst rttu ned from c llege, to
reallze, after it 1S apoarently too late that
h1S property 13 worth a fortune
Youth did trlp, but artlstic ly1ng
was JUSt1flGd 1D savlng the day
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Mlldred Pow rs
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Mary Frances Jordan
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L. C. Gulley
Delbert Watson Billy Beavers
The Muleshoe Yellow Jackets opened their practice
season under Coach Choc Cooper, WHO was later called
to the colors by the United States Army
After Coach Cooper, came Edd Haley, who had coach
ed Cooper during his preparatory schooling Haley
took over the coaching Job September 20
The Yellow Jackets opened the ' 1 season against
Springlake The locals out hit and out charged the
boys from Lamb County and came out on the long end
of a 29 to O score
After a week's rest the Yellow Jackets Journeyed
over to Friona and playee their Dost gane of the
year, winning 19 to O Ir this game Martin Oliver
made several lone runs, two of WPICH ended in the
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to O score against the Clovis B. String. ln this
game Little Marshall Morris caught three passes
for touchdowns, besides returning punts for long
Suffering from a few slight injuries in the first
three games, the Yellow Jackets went te Olton to play
the strongest opposition of the season. ln this game
Big James Warren, hard-hitting fullback, carried
the pigskin for many long gains. In the line Clark
and Kennedy stood out.
On October 18, Sudan came to Muleshoe to spring
the greatest upset of the year In this game Sudan
won on two plays, one pa s interception and one pass
completion The Yellow Jackets outgained, but were
never able to push aeros the winning touchdown
The score ended Sudan Muleshoe
After losing to Sudan, the htleshoe boys came
back on the rebound to down Ierton 5, to O Big
Dick Standefer filled the sky with pas es Every
touchdown coming as the re ult f pass Clifford
Gordon, who slifted to d fensive guard, prevented
the Morton boy fr m eve taking ny g ins Sweetpea
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entertained the county teachers by downing the Melrose
High School 52 to O. Spud Thomas and Pihkie Barbour
played good ball in the Yellow Jacket's backfield
while Vanoy Tipton and Weldon Standefer stood out in
the Muleshoe line.,
Littlefield, arch rivals of the Yellow Jackets,
came to Cobb Park and went away with a 12 to 6 decision
The Yellow Jackets had a number of tough breaks which
cost them the game. Dee Chitwood and Clifford Gordon
played bang-up football, but the absence of Big Dick
Standefer the first half was greatly felt by Muleshoe
The Turkey Day game was quite a disappointment,
especially to the Senior boys on the Squad Farwell,
the Yellow Jacketls opponent for the last game of the
season, forfelted, leaving little time to get another
game, but as a whole, the season was a success because
four of the Muleshoe gridsters received honors by
placing on the all conference team, and one made the
Boys making the all conference were
James Warren Fullback
Dick Standefer Quarterback
Vanoy Tipton guard
Hubert Clark All Conference
and all district tackle
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Allene Ray Deaton
Mary Frances Jordan
Helen Fern Allen
Mary Que 0 born
Bonnle Joan Hmret
lary K Hamron
Sldney Kohn on
Emma Leo Tocle
VlPFlHla Sue Brown
Dorothy Ray Jones
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Nona Faye Johnson
Coach , Jack Willlams
Mary Haun Entry 1n both
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Muleshoe Yellow Jaclet Tracksters proved
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and twenty third places in the county meat.
The Junlor boys made 59 polnts out of a
posslble 45, to run away w1th the Junlor Hi
dlVlSlOH 1U the county Russell Flnley took
followed by Weldon Standefer, who took 10
The Yellow Jacxets led by cow boy G, D,
Prlce upset a strong fleld of traokster to
wln the D1StTlCt Athletlc Meet at Lubbock,
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ln the hlstory of the Mule hoe Gchools that
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had only a few games, but it provides excel-
recreation for the classes. The Junior girls
won their part of the games against the sen-
With a team selected from both groups we won
county, defeating both Circleback and Bula.
The girls playing in county meet were Cleta
Nell Bayless, Mary Haun, Bula Bell Starkey, Evelyn
Underdown, Virginia Whittington, Lometa Warner, and
The girls playing in the Senior Class were Mary
Haun, Viva Nskew, Cleta Nell Bayless, Ima Jean Bris
coe, Juanice Brooks, Grace Chltwood, Dorothy Cox
Ruth Day, Wynelle Eskridge, Mary Dale Gean, Mary
Jane Hill, Dorothy Ray Jones, Betty Jo Jordan
Gerald1ne Taylor, Oreene Tipton, Loreta Truelock
Virginia Whittington, and kelva Jean Washington
The Junior girls are June Arnold, Winona Blair,
Billy Bradshaw, Pelen Holt, Mary France Jordan
Artell Peel, Nira Nae Starkey,Evelyn Lnderdonn,
Lomet Warntr, Glrri W ddington, Vlrclnia White
DeAlva Barhee, Dari Gordon, VIFQIHI Venncdy,
Joyce Sheegog, Doris X ller, Bertie lae Seals,
Eula Bell Starkcy,and F ldie Vaughn
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come within two points of Anton, the
second place in the State tournament.
In District Meet at New Deal the girls won an
overwhelming victory over Cotton Center, but were
defeated by the strong Southland six, in their next
Mary Haun, an all tournament forward at the
Amhersthtournament, and Kathryn Starkey were electe
co captains of the team The players awarded letters
for the season were Mary Haun, Kathryn Starkey, Viva
Askew, Eula Bell Starkey, and Nina Mae Starkey,forwar
Nhry Jane Hill, Beatrice Loe, Analita Young, and Vir
ginia Whittington guards. Other girls who played were
Lometa Warner, Doris Gordon, June Arnold, Loreta
Truelock, Gloria Weddington, Ruth Day, Betty Nell
Hayes, Virginia Day, Winona Blair and Juanita Morris
The girls were coached by Mrs Virginia Brummett
Maxine, an ex letter girl, was the student manager
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The Yellow Jackets started the basketball sea-
son with two reverses, but after this slow start they
improved and won eleven consecutive games, including
the Annual Muleshoe High Invitation Tournament. The
Yellow Jackets dropped a close decision to the highly
rated Morton team in the first of the Sudan tournament
then lost to Lazbuddy in the finals of the Consolation
The week following the Sudan Tournament, the Mule
shoe boys entered and won the Amherst lnv1tat1on Tour
nament, defeating such teams as Hale Center, Olton,
Amherst, and the Lubbock Cowhands In this tournament,
Midget Marshall Morris and Workhorse Spud Thomas, were
chosen as the outstanding players therefore making the
all tournament team
Muleshoe not only won top honors in three tour
naments, but also won the Four County Conference,
beating Whitherral at Amherst in the play off, after
winning the county from Bula on a forfeit Southland,
a team from near Lubbock, upset and the dope bucket to
send the Yellow Jaclets out of the District Tournament
To pull the curtains on a successful season,
the last game was dedicated to the Senior boys This
game was with Lazbuddj, an arch rival The Yellow
Jackets came out with flying colors, and won
Players who played good ball for Muleshoe this
nL1ttle Midget, Handsome' Marshall Morris w
collected 185 points and three gold basket balls to
prove H13 ability to lead hr teammates through 3
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back next year and should be one of the best all round
players on the squad
Spud Thomas, P1nk1e's runn1ng mate at guard, was
one of the most re11able boys on the team Spud was not
a star, but he was very cons1stent and dependable, He
played h1s best ball when the golng was tough
Cl1fford Gordon improved more than any boy on the
squad Squ1rt played h1s opponents plenty tough on
both offense and defense W1th a little more confl
dence and exper1ence, Cl1fford would wake some Col
lege a real hand at Basketball
nTallboy' Jack McNutt controlled both backboards
and rang up 115 po1nts durmng the ent1re season Jack
played his best ball when Hattie Ray was 1n the stands
Eugene 'Dlck' Standefer never h1t h1S strlde untll
midseason, but D1ck played a good brand of ball at both
forward and center Dick also improved as the season
Burke 'Sleepyn McGee, though short, was always
getting h1s share of the buckets and played good de
Bosh nBashful' Lowery won the Wh1therral game
for Muleshoe, by stealing the ball and reglstering two
'Burp ' Connae Dale Gupton stood out more as
defens1ve layer than any of the subs
'Tony' Jesko did most of h1s play1ng wlth the B
str1ng, but broke into the A team start1ng llne up
near the end of the season You w1ll see more of Tony
Lloyd 'Wrong Way' ROb1HSOH was probably one of the
most decept1ve passers and shooters 1n the conference
Sam Damron starred for the B boys, besldes getting
to play 1n a number of the A strxng games
nSm1l1ng' Vanoy T1pton should be a real whee
horse next year Vanoy was one of the roughest, tough
est boys on the squad
HDIXIQH Weldon Standefer 15 the maklng of a re
h1gh school p1vot man Weldon, l1ke a number of the
other boys, has two more years
T M Cox dld not play w1th the A strlng, but he
1S the best p111 boy and sub on the Great South Plains
Claude Garth got to play his share of basketball
this year, but next year should see Claude at the top
of the roost
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nSweet peau Beavers has roughed his share of
the would-be basket ball players in the afternoon
scrimmages. Sweetpea is our official photographer.
Ira Thomas finished his high school basket
ball with the B team, but Ira helped
string by making them hustle to hold
Floy Alsup will develop as he
ience and confidence.
Irving St. Clair though small
of action next year.
Paul Gardener came out late but got to show
his ability with the B boys
M nBlubber, Father' Alvin Chitwood could run
less and do less than any one on both squads
Dee Edward Chitwood played the boys a shade
develop the A
gets more exper-
will see plenty
After the season had ended and all suits were
checked in, a special assembly was called, and Marshall
Morris presented two trophies that the boys had won
during the season to Mr Cox, the Superintendent of
Muleshoe School Coach Haley, on behalf of the Basket
Ball boys presented former Coach and Present High
School Principal, Jack Wl1113mS, a pair of cowboy
boots This ended the most succes ful basket ball
season 1n the history
Muleshoe Invitation Tournament
Amherst Invitation Tournament
County Tournament by forfeit
st place 1n the Four County Conference
Made by Muleshoe 2
2 Made by Ooponents
Average Score per oame by Yellow Jackets
Average Score per game for oppo ent
scorers for Vulesho Yellow Jackets
Morris Barbour lhomas Gordon McNutt Standefer
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Capt. Pink 'A Spud, Clif. Jack .Dick Bosh
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Royal Order Of Hove
Betty Jo CPoolD Johnson
Betty Jo Jordan
Social Commlt ee
mry K Hammons
Barbara Mae Morris
Mary Jane Hill
Helen F rn Allen
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The Debate club was organized in 19140 under
the supervision of C. L. Sone. The interest was
small this year, and only eight members could be
induced to contr1bute a port1on of the1r time to
th1s work however, those who d1d work were hxghly
honred with the progress that they made
Wzth the beginning of the school year 19 O 1
e1ght members were eager to enroll in the
E11m1HBt1OHS were made, and Nyrleen Wlnber
Ina Renfrow cQ1FlS teamband Deon Awtry and
Edwards Qboys teaml were proud to represent
County zn the D1str1ct Meet at Lubbock,Texas
Here, the team cannot deny the honorable rent1on of
reachlng the pre11m1nary contests
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Muleshoe Hlgh School Band
Dorothy Ray Jones
Robert 1cHor e
Loyd Alsup Bruce Hor ley
Dorothy Mae Gable
Irvln St Clalr
R L Karr
Wmlllam Edd Jones
Bobble Sam Damron
Betty Nell Hayes
Cornets and Trumpets
Gonnle Dale Gupton
J J Roblnson
Nlna Mae Starkey
Carroll Dean Black
Marshall Morrls Dorothy Ray Jones
J B Glaze Ethel Hleks
Ross Glaze Deon Awtrey
WllllS Farrell Frances Wllllams
Betty Jo Jordan
Fern Graham Dorothy Cox
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dld nuch to pep up the people and under the
capable baton, Pearl Lou1se vCWlHH, made many
colorful formatlons on the fleld
As the year advanced the band turned zts
attent1on to concert and basketball games
Its f1FSt formal concert was presented December
10, and was pronounced very successful Start
lng ln January, the band played nany appearances
ln February, the band turned 1ts attention
to contests and F8St1V31S On March 1, the band
made a very successful appearance at the L1ttlc
f1eld Festlval Later the band appeared at the
Durlng the course of the year the band has
doubled ln SIZG, has been completely unlformed,
and has had much new 8QU1UmCHt added
In February, the band added Dorothy Cox
as a drum majorette, and Fern Graham as the
Chlef maJorette Both glrls have shmwn much
talent 1n th1s l1ne and are making very capable
appearances They attracted much comment at
the L1ttlef1eld Festlval
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Cleta Nell Bayless Wynelle Eskr1dge
Mozelle Ellis Nona Faye Johnson
Helen Holt Many Frances Jordan
Dorothy Clark Jo Ella Garland
Mary Haun Mary Katherine Hammons
V1va Askew Maxine Harr1s
Hubert Clark Alwyn Chmtwood
Jack McNutt Martin O11ver
F D Price
Accompanzst Gerald1nc Taylor
Dlrector B111 Dawson
Beautiful America Barcarole
Pilgrims' Progress Merry Life
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President .......... . .Deon Awtry
Vice-president. ..... . . Eugene Black
Secretary and Treasurer . . . . Willis Farrell
Reporter ........ . .Bert Shanks
Sponsor ...... . ...... Sam T. Logan
The Muleshoe High School organized its L-H
club in 1958-59, under the supervision of Mr.
Finley R. White. At the present time Mr. Sam
T. Logan is the sponsor.
At the first of school we met and elected
new officers. During these meetings we discuss
as much as possible. Every active member profits
in knowledge and experience from this club. Mr.
Logan, our sponsor, calls a meeting when he sees
fit The purpose of the H club is to learn to
do by actually doing To become a member of the
H club you must be a boy between the aces of
10 an O years and have a progect
greater portion of boys have some live
stock nd some crop for a orfJect Since this
is an ideal country for livestock, we oract ce
mark ting our croos through live tock We are
having a county wide livestock show March T
Then the winring animals will be exhibited at
the ilvcstoci show at Lubbock, march 2h 25 26
A few of the boys will shor their commercial
fed calves at Plairview They will then wake
the trip to K nsas City, Kansas for the sale.
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Could He Compare Th Jokes We Frlnt
Wlth Those We Dld Not Use
A Prayer to Henry Ford
A Ford 1S my auto
I shall not waht Canotherl
lt maketh me l1e down beneath lt,
lt soreth my soul
lt leadeth me 1U the paths of r1d1eule, for
1ts name sake
Yea, though l r1de through the valley
I am towed up the hllls
I fear mueh ev1l,
For 1ts rods and eng1ne d1SCOPfOFt me
l anholnt 1ts tlres wlth patch s
Its radlator rurneth over,
l preoar for blowouts 1U the pr sence of
Surely 1f these thlDQS follow me all the
days of my 11fe,
I shall dwell LD the bug house forever
Betty Jo 'What 1S your faxorl pet 1n he
Mary Sue 'Man
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Always 'dollcd up'
Nose 1n A1r
Exagg rated prys1qut
Alr of SUPCFI rltv
Mother ralsed her eyebrows sllghtlj
H 'I haven't the cheek to k1SS you
She N se mlne
Mr Sone nSonny, what 18 a deser ?
Bllly HI don't know
Mr Sone Oh yes you do, 1t'S a olace where
noth1ng wlll grow Now give me an example
1 ly nwell, wouldn't your head be one?
NU son 1S tak1ng English under you
1S he not?n remarked Mr Standefer
Well, answered Mr Wlndsor, your
exposed to Engl1sh, but I doubt lf
Johnn1e 'I flunkcd tb t exam cold
lfford HI thought 1t was easy
son has been
he w1ll take
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Coach Haley was very ill. His students
were keenly interested in his condition. Toward
the end, bulletins were posted on the blackboard
outside the room.
l A. M. Coach Haley very much worse
2 A. M. Coach Haley sinking fast
A. M. Coach Haley very low
A. M. Coach Haley dead. Gone to Heaven.
Frank Standefer read the bulletin and then added this
5 A. M. Great excitement in heaven
Coach Haley not yet arrived.
A POEM DEDICATED TO THE FISH
The Seniors were born for great thin
The Junior were born for small,
But no one ha yet learned the reason
Why the Freshmen were born at all
ALWYN nWell, I've got some tobacco now
IM TIN Whose?
Nr Lumsden 'If you were to see me riding a
donkey, what fruit would you be re
Johnnie 'A pear
JUANICE 'What movie star would you think of
lf you were to Slt in some CDCWIRQ gum?
DORIS H onga Hennie
Seniors have many fault
Juniors have only two
Everything they say
Everything they do
YGLNC Tre l T ou here strictly
at ten o'clocR
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MISS MURCHISON HDoesn t t t HOISQ in the study
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MISS HOWELL Not a b1t, 1 engoy PEVIHQ a fuss
ma e over me
SOPOMOQE HLISLCH Senlor, ave an ldea
QENIOR W 11, b oo to It's 1n a stran e
GLORLA How k1nd of you to bring the e flowers
I th1nk there 1S a llttle dwe on them yet
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DOROTHY RAY nWe11 er r They re a lot cheaper
HELEN You KISS so d1v1ne1y, arl
EARL And yet lt comes from Just ordlnary
common every nloht PFBCLICC
MR DAVSON 'When I was a ch11d, I was left
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FXITH SUPFORTED BY EXPERIENCE
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