Muleshoe High School - Eagle Yearbook (Muleshoe, TX)
- Class of 1954
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THE EDITUR' WURD
We have tried to bring to you on the following pages, pictures of
you, your friends, and your faculty in the many phases of life connected
with Muleshoe High School, so that you may have a permanent record
of your years in high school.
The staff and I have earnestly tried to give you what you wanted
in the 1954 Muletrain. We have tried to give you more pictures and
have attempted a change from t.he ordinary. lf you are pleased, we
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Learning brings Happiness and Re-
sponsibility--So we d e d i ca te the
Annual, springing from the Learning
and Experiences ofour School Days,
to the Student Body of Muleshoe
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Woodwork, and the importance of the girlsin the mak-
ing of furniture, proving that boys are not the only
ones who can handle a saw.
Muleshoe lligh Sehool prides itself in having a democratic, eo-
operativc group of teachers, Throughout the years, boys and girls have
gone on into various fields or to higher levels of education, and re-
peatedly have given praise to those whohave so diligently and patient-
ly helped prepare them to meet the issues of life, or to take their
places with those in college,
Many of the teachers have wide and varied interests, but first
with each of theni is a personal interest in the student,
k was mior imma
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MR. JERRY KIRK
Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Kirk is no newcomer to Muleshoe, having
first served as principal of the grade schools and of
the high school before being made superintendent
over all. He received his B.S. degree from South-
western State Teachers College in Weatherford Okla-
homa , and his Masters degree from West Texas State
College in Canyon, Texas. Ruskin once said, "God
intends no man to live in this world without workingg
but it seems to me no less evident that I-le intends
every man to be happy in his work." Truly we can
say that Mr. Kirk, in this respect, fulfills God's
plan, for work he does and we've yet to see him
without a smile on his face. We are indeed fortu-
nate to have so capablea leader as our superintendent.
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HIGH CHO0L PRI CIPAL
MR. I. R. BAKER
Principal of Muleshoe
Mr. Baker is serving as our principal for the first
time this year. He hails from Eastern Oklahoma
having taught several years there and in Arkansas.
He received the B. S. E. degree from E.S.T.C. in
Ada, Oklahoma, and the M. S. degree from the
University of Arkansas in Fayetville, Arkansas. Mr.
Baker has proved he has been well trained in the
operational functions of a high school and time will
make deeper the niche of esteem he is carving for
Mr. Baker looks up from his work as the sta ff
photographer snaps his picture.
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MR. ELDON JOHNSON MRS. MABLE DOWELL
Coach, History Social Studies
MRS. I. R. BAKER MRS. OLA B. JONES
English, Journalism Mllhemafim
MR. CHARLES THOMAS MISS BARBARA GAITHER
Vocational Agriculture Speech, English
MISS DOROTHY MCCASLAND MR. LEROY SCOTT
Home Economics Cgach
of S PERVlSORS
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MRS. MARY HART ,
MRS. LULA GORRELL
School Nurse l
TOP ROW: Mrs. Paul Gardner, Shorthand, Mrs. A. S. Stovall, Librarian: Miss Greta Paul. Mathg Mrs. H. L.
Blackburn, English, Spanish, Mr. Ray Bishop, History, Mrs. Lancaster, Math. SECOND ROW: Miss Nancy White.
Home Ee., Mrs. Murl Brown, Typing, Mr. Bill Bickel, Ag., Mr. McElroy, Shop, Mr. Tom Shirley, Band, Miss
Eddie Glenn, Science. 13
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Dawson, Mrs.
Kelton, Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Gabbert,
Mrs. Gatewood, Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Shook.
Mrs. White. and Mrs. Terrell.
Mr. Ben Williams
A cu 'room
BACK ROW, Left to Right: Earl Bratcher,
Lynn Bratcher, Irene Splawn, Boyd Burel-
smith, Ruby Green, Mrs. Odom, Mrs. J. W.
Johnson, Oran Sims, Mr. Killian. FRONT
ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Lynn Bratcher,
Barbara Burton, Mrs. Boyd Burelsmith, Ruth
Clements, I. W. Johnson, Mrs. Oran Sims,
Mr. Bill Parker, Mr. Joe Walker.
Successhas come to not-a-fewgraduates ofMuleshoe High School,
lt is agreed that success is not measured by how prominent a person is
in the world, but by the happiness one can find and pass on into the
lives of others, A long list of graduates, who have taken their places
as civic leaders in our own, as well as other communities, and in so
doing are making better places in which to live, is compensation enough
for effort given to make ours a good school,
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E l0R CLASS
C LA SS OFFIC ERS
Jackie Henderson ............. President
Kenneth Henry . . . . . Vice-President
Sammy Donaldson . . ..... Reporter
Doris Underdown . . . . . Treasurer
Dorothy Lowery . . . . . . . . Secretary
These seniors excelling in all school activ-
ities were elected to head the 1954 gradu-
ating class. They are well known to the
seniors and admired by the underclassmen.
Franklin Ma nn
To be selected Senior Class Favorite is one
of the most coveted honors in school. For
the class this year it just had to be happy,
fun-loving, adorable Sue and quiet, unas-
suming, friendly Franklin!
Baseball 1: B.B. 1,2,3: Volleyball
1, 2,3: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3: F.H. A. 1,
2,3: Jr. Play: Best All-Round 3:C1ass
Off. 3: Los Picaros Sec. 4: Mask8:
Mike 4: Student Council 4: Annual
Staff 4: Carnival QueenCandidate 4:
M.H. S. Votes 4: Masterminds 4:
Outstanding Girl Runner-up 4.
"My mamma always told me to look my prettiest"-Jimmy
could be mistaken for a model, Rodney for a"RooshunBal1ay"
dancer, Jackie for an English Baron, and John merely an
NEAL RAY ARNOLD
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4: Vice-President 3:
President 4: Annual Staff 4.
Football 1: Basketball 1,2, 3: F. F.
A. 1: Student Council 3.4: Student
Council Officer 4: Class President 3:
Journalism Club 4: Editor Hee Haw
4: M. H. S. Votes 4: Band 4: Master-
minds 4: Outstanding Boy 4.
JIMMY DALE BLACK
Football 1, 3,4: Basketball 1: Track
2: F. F. A, 1, 2, 3: Treasurer 3: Cho-
F.H. A. 1: Basketball 1: Hee Haw
Football 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2,3: F
F. A. 1,2, 3,4: M-Club 2, 3.4: Class
Officer 1,2: M,H.S. Runner-Up 4
Pep Squad 1,25 Los Picaros 25 Off.
25 Who's Who 25 Speech Club 2,45
Officer 45 Masterminds 4.
Football 1, 2, 31M-C1ub2, 3,45 Pres.
45 F. F. A. 1, 2,3,45 Boxing 35 Track
35 Speech Club 45 Class Officer 35
Basketball Mgr. 35 Rodeo Team 2, 3,
45 Student Council 45 Annual staff
Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. Officer
2,35 F.H'.A. 1,2,3: 4-H Club 45
State Rep. 4-H 2,35 Office Girl 3,
45 Who's who 25 Hee Haw 4.
F. F. A. 1, 25 Annual staff 3, 45 Pub-
licity Manager 45 Journalism Club
45 President 45 Student Council 45
Hee Haw 45 Masterminds 4.
Pep Squad 35 Hee Haw 35 Dusty Pages
Bill and Phil soak up the hospitality of the Woodley home.
Bill seems to be especially amused at Phil - We're not sure
whether Phil is embarrassed or just plain smug!
DORIS .THAN COPLEY
F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 4-
H Club 1,25 State Rep. 1.2.
HOLLY A NN COX
Band 1. 2, 3, 4g Officer 4: Who's
Who 2g Journalism Club 4g Junior
Playg Hee Haw Staff 4: Dusty Pages
45 Mask 8: Mike 4.
DIC KIE FUDGE
F.F.A. 1,2gAnnual Staff 3.4: Busi-
ness Manager 4g Carnival King 4
F.F.A. 1.2g Track 1.2,3,4g M
Club 3,43 Treas. 43 Football 3.4:
All-District Center4g Student Coun-
cil 45 Class Officer 4g Mask 8: Mike
43 Pres. 4: Paper Staff4.
When Jackie and Dickie
are around "There's Music
in the Air."
F.F.A. 15 Band 15 Class Officer 2g
Student Council V. Pres. 35 Paper
Staff4: Journalism Club 4g E.B.
Manager 2.3.45 M.H.S. Votes 4.
BILLY JOE ES TEP
F.F.A. 1,2g Football 39 Class Of-
ficer 3g M Club 3.4.
MA RION HA RRIS
F.l-l.A. 1g B.B. 15 Speech Club 2.
cil 2,3,4g Officer 4g Hee Haw 2a
ClassFavorite 3gM.H.S. Votes 3.43
Runner-Up Carnival 43 Runner-Up
Most Beautiful 4.
DONA LD HA RMON
F.F.A. 1.2. JournalismClub 4g Hee
Haw 4g Student Council 45 Master-
"She's my Annie, l'm her Joe"-
Some more Woodley hospitality!
F.F.A. 1.2g Officer 2gFootball1,3g
B.B. lg M Club 3.4g Officer 4: Jun-
ior Playg Glee Club 4. Student Coun-
cil 4g F.H.A. Prince Charming 45
Class President 4g Officer 3 ,4g Prince
of Friendship 4: M.H.S. Votes 4.
F.H.A. 1.2.4g Pep Squad 1.2.
NORMA N HEAD
F.F.A. 1.2,3,4g Track 1.22 Ch0l'U5
Band lg Office 2.35 Hee Haw 3.
F.F.A. 1.2,3,4gOfficer 2.4. Track
1.2.3. Football 1,2.3.4g Honorable
Mention All-District 3.4g B.B. lg
Boxing 3g M. Club 2.3.49 Student
Council 2.3. Class Officer 2.3.4g
Runner-Up Mr. M.H.S. 4g Master-
mind, Ag. IV 4.
BILL HOLMA N
F.F.A. 1.25 Football 15 Boxing 45
Most Handsome Runner-Up 4.
Ann and Marion wash up after the Water-
melon fight at the first senior party.
F.F.A. 1.45 4'H 1.2.3. Pres. 2.33
Basketball 1 , 2.35 Football 1 , 25 Track
JIMMY CLYDE HOLT
Football 1.2.3,45 Basketball 2.3.45
Track 22.214.171.124 F.F.A. 15 M Club
126.96.36.199 Sec. 45 Spanish Club. Of-
ficer 35'Mask 81 Mike 45 Paper Staff
45 Student Council 45 All-District
End 45 Runner-Up-Prince of Friend-
ship 45 Runner-Up-Outstanding Boy.
Band 1.2,3.45Sweetheart 45 Basket-
ball 35 Mask 8a Mike 45 F.H.A. 1,
2.3.45 Officer 2.3.45 AnnualStaff
3.45 Jr. Play5 Paper Staff 3: National
Honor Society 3: Carnival Queen R.
Up 35 Most Beautiful 4.
Pep Squad 2.3.
MA DGE JOHNSON
F.H.A. 188.8.131.52 Officer 45 Who's
F,F, A, 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Basketball
F, H, A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2,3,4,
Pep Squad 1, 2, Officer 2, Los Pica-
ros 2, Officer 2, Student Council 1
2, 3, Speech Club 3,4, Hee Haw 2,
4, Officer 4, Journalism Club 4,
Who's Who 3, Annual Staff 3, 4,
Chorus 4, Junior Play.
Pep Squad 1, 2,3, Junior Play, Glee
Club 2, 3.
RO DNEY LAMBERT
Football 2, 3, Hee Haw 3, Speech
Club 4: Choral Club 1.
F, H, A, 1, 2, Pep Squad 2, 3,Cheer
Leader 3, Basketball 1, Volleyball
2, Speech Club 3, Officer 3, Hee
"What's the matter, Bill? Didn't you get
as good a shine as D.l. is getting, or are
you juxtrememberlng when you were a
F, H,A. 1,2,3,Pep Squad 1.2,
Volleyball 2, Saeech Club 3, Chorus
F, H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2,35
Student Council 3, 4, Class Officer
1,2,4,Pep Squad 1,2,0fficer 1, 2,
Speech Club 3,45 Joum"alism Club
4, Hee Haw 3.4, Who's Who 3.
Sammy seeks revengeas if the poor fresh-
man kneeling were the cause of hifown
Football 1,2,4, Track 1, 2, 3, Bas-
ketball 1, F.F.A. 1,4, Chorus 4,
Speech Club 4.
F. F, A, 1, 2, 3,4, Student Council
Class Officer 1, Student Council 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hee Haw 2, 3, 4,
R, O. T,C, 1, Baseball 1, Recrea- Speech Club 2,3,4, Who's Who 3,
tion Club 1, Class Favorite 4. Junior Play, Dusty Pages 4, Journal-
ism 4, Offlcer 4.
F, H, A, l, 2, 3,43 Officer 3,4, P. E.
1, Chorus 1,4, Pep Squad 1.2, Hee
Haw 4, Saeech Club 3,4, Journal -
D, L. MORRISON
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3: GleeClub 4: Football
2,3,4: Basketball 3: Track 1,21 M-
Class officer 1.2: Football1,2,3,4:
Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: M-
Club 2,3,4g F.F.A. 1,43 Student
Council 1,2, 3.4: Chorus 4: officer
4: Dramatics 4: Cutest Freshman 1:
Most Handsome 3: Runner-up for
Prince of Friendship 4:Mr. M. H. S.
Pep Squad 1,2: F.H. A. 1,2,3: Dra
matics 3: Chorus 3,4.
"Put your little foot right there"-But, where's your partner,
TOMMY OSBORN JACKIE PARKER PHIL PROVENCE
Class officer1,2: Band 1,2,3: Dance F.F.A. 1,2: Spanish 1: Track 1: . ,
band 1.2: Boys' Quartet1,2,3:Cho- Football 1: M.l-I. S. Votes 4. 3BTdFtiL4il 308 Plcams
rus 1,2,3: qneretta 2: Hi-Y 3: Dra- ' ' ' a '
matics 4: Hee Haw 4: Football 1,2:
Basketball 1,2: Track 1,2.
Football lg Track 1,2,3.4gM. club
3.4g F.F.A. 1.2.
M.H.S. Votes 1.45 Band 15 Basket-
ball lg Mgr. 43 F.H.A. 1,2p l-lee
Haw 2,35 Speech Club 1,2,4g Off.
4g Annual Staff 2,4g Student Coun-
cil 4g Off. 4gRunner-Up Miss M.H.
S. 3. 45 Runner-Up Princess of
F.F.A. 1gTrack 2,3.4g Los Picaros
45 Junior Play.
How many handsome boys
can one class have!
Pep Squad 1,2g Cheerleader 2g Most
Beautiful 2,33 Runner-Up 45 Speech
Club4g Los Picaros 2g F.F.A. Sweet-
heart 3g Carnival Queen 4g Volley-
ball 1g Runner-Up Miss M.H.S. 4.
Footballlg F.F.A. 1,25 F.F.A.
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F.H.A. lg Band 1.2g Off. lg Annual
Staff 1,2,3,4g Editor Muletrain 4:
Who's Who 2g Class Off. 3g Student
Council 3,4g Runner-Up Outstanding
Girl 3g Outstanding Girl 43 Master-
minds 4g Speech Club 2,4g M.H.S.
Votes' 45 Runner-up Princess of
Pep Squad 1,2,3g Officer 3: Cheer-
leader 2,3,4, F. H. A. 1: Hee Haw
staff 3g Junior Play: Princess of
Pep Squad 1,2,3g Cheerleader 1, 2,
3, Head Cheerleader 45 Basketball lg
V. Ball 2g Class Favorite 1, 23 Dusty
Pages 2,41 Hee Haw Staff 2,35 Class
Off. 1,2,3,4g Junior Play, Speech
Club 4: Most Popular 33 M. H. S.
Votes 33 Princess of Friendship 3g
Runner-up, Miss M.H. S. 35 Miss
M.H.S. 4g Carnival Princess 3:
JOY DEAN WARNER
F.H.A. 1,2,3g Volleyball 23 Cho-
F. F. A. lg Annual Staff4g Jour. Club
rus 24 Hee Haw 1,2,3g Speech Club 4: Officer 4.
4: Los Picaros 4g Pep Squad 1,2.
Jimmy admires the many
beautiful trophies of M. H. S.
Basketball lg Volleyball l,2,3g V.
B. Captain 31 Pep Squad 3g Hee
Haw 3,4g Mask 8a Mike 45 Librarian
41 Jour. Club 4.
Chorus lg Pep Squad 2.3: Speech
Club 21 Hee Haw Staff 3: Dusty Pages
35 Who's Who 3, Student Council 3g
Annual Staff 4g Masterminds: Short-
hand and Home Economics 4.
And the weekly paper begins to come to life!
Band 15 Spanish Club 3: Office 4.
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Officer 4: Annual
Staff 3: Journalism Club 4.
F. H. A. 1, 25 Pep Squad 1,2, 3: Li-
brary 1, 2, 35 Science Club 15 Junior
Stand 3g Basketball 1,25 Volleyball
CORIENE W. GRIMSLEY
Hee Haw 3g Pep Squad 3.
Pep Squad 2,3g Dusty Pages 4.
Band 1,2,3p Majorette 2,3, Minor
Stars 11 F.H.A. 1: Mask 81 Mike 3:
M.Il.S. Votes 3.
Band lg Hee Haw 3: Los Picaros 3,45
Footlighters Off. 4: Mask Sz Mike 3,
4: Officer 3: Class Favorite 4, M. H.
S. Votes 4.
Football 1, 2, 3, 44 Track 2, 3, 45 All-
district 3, Basketball 2, 3, 45 F. F. A.
1, 2, 3,4g M-Club 2, 3, 45 Officer 4g
Class Favorite 2: Football Captain
4, All-district 4.
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Minor Stars '25 Hee Haw Staff 2,3
Pep Squad 14 Dusty Pages 4.
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JU l0R CLASS
Left to Right:
Billy Ellis .... ...... R eporter
Wayne Bristow . . . .... Vice-President
lean Montgomery . . . . Secretary-Treasurer
Keith Buhrman . . . . . . Parliamentarian
Earnest Martin . . ...... President
These officers were elected for their working
ability as well as for their leadership.
These cousins were a natural choice for
junior class favorites. Always friendly and
pleasant they are indeed fun to be with.
C arl Sue
Mary Alice Houston
Rooster's in our school??
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Buhrman, Buhrman, Cherry, Clements, Cooper, ', Collins,
Carol Keith Wanda Wanda J. Ralph Bettie
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DIVB. Dawson, Dement, Dillard, Douglass,
Elmer Alice June Clinton Barbara
Farley, Farr, Foster, Freeman, Fried, Gabbert,
Elizabeth Dwayne Myra Hulon Peggy R. L.
Lou Ann David
Randall Jo Ann
shaw, St. Clair
Sandexs, Wilkerson, Wright, Wilson. Wright
David Jimmy Donna Gordon Pat
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Stanley Fox .
Pat Cooper .
Steve Smith .
. . . . . . .Secretary
Bobby Nelms . . .
. . . President
. . . . Reporter
These students are finding their way about
in the ways of Muleshoe High School, prov-
ing to be good leaders for their class.
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"We all like Shirley and Charles", say the
sophomore class, "that's why we selected
them for our favorites".
Sophomores getting a taste of how it feels to be on the
receiving end of the initiating for a change,
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Howell, Jarman, Jones, Lancaster,
Robert Gene Paul Kim Linda Lou
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Allison, Atchison, Aut y
Judy Bobby Shirley
Cooper, Cline, Creamer, Colson,
Pat Ray Monnie Eldon
Fielder, Fox. Freeman, Garrison,
Phylis Stanley June Thurston
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Harrison, Hawkins, Henry, Holdeman
Noretta Alma Doyle Tgxann
Landers, Lee, Lewis, Locke,
Kflllneth DOl'iS fbnald Geneva
Upton Watson Weath
Sept. 10, 1937
Oct. 4, 1953
Ripe in heavenly wisdom, though
Few the years he lived below,
So his knell was early rung,
For whom God loves, he dieth young.
Wilemon, Williams, Williamson, Wingo,
Sharon Jerry Jackie Bobby
Willman, Wimberley, Woodard, Wuerflein,
Dewayne Mary Edward
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what a wondbffgx the twins ii UP!
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Delores, what is that naughty boy, Uackie HJ doing?
-Or is that a hunk of thumb that Janie has between
FRE HME IWASS
Left to Right - Top Row:
Johnny Allison .......... President
Charles Jennings ......... Reporter
Eddie Wilt ..... . .Sergeant-at-arms
Shirley Mattheision .... Vice-President
Brenda Simnacher ........ Secretary
Rose Lee Millen . . . Student Council Rep.
The freshmen were notlearned in the ways
of high school, but they proved wise in their
selection of their officers. The capable
guidance of Johnny as president soon made
their class very much a part of the govern-
men of Muleshoe High.
Wa yla nd Chitwood
Because of their friendliness to all, and
their pleasant ways, the freshmen elected
Shirley and Wayland as their favorites.
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Sh afer, Shankles, Sims, Simnacher, Spivey, Spl awn, Stallings, Stevens,
Rgnnie Jerry Roseua Brenda Aliene Benny Dean Du ane
Sgglings, Stinson, Stroud, Turner, Taylor, Vinson, Vinson
Margaret Ronald Darleece Virginia Marie Mary Buria
Williams West Workman White whmon
Faye Gene Billy Perry James
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Williams, Wimberley, Watson,
Eudon Lewis Bufford Eddie John Darrell
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"Why was it, people used to be placed in thc public Why shouldn't a bucket make as
whipping post? Or is this anew styleofcupid'slariat?" good a carry-all as some purses?
Favorites in Muleshoe High School are those who will be remem-
bered through the years by every student in school. It is that special
smile, hello or talent that makes each individual stand out from the
crowd. The one who always knows the answers and still has time for
activities is a never-to-be forgotten person.
Muleshoe High School is blessed with many favored boys and girls,
but it is for some special something that these have been selected as
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MR. and MISS M. H. .
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Abraham Lincoln once said, "1 will study and get ready, and perhaps my chance will
come". These boys and girls who have been selected to be pictured in the MASTERMINDS
division have learned the meaning of this quotation. They have been chosen by their teachers
as the outstanding students in the various classes. Time and effort well spent has proved ad-
vantageous to each one. It may well be said that they are qualifying themselves as leaders of
the rising generation for patrons of good government, virtue and happiness.
HOME EC I
HOME EC II
HOME EC III
Jo Ann Dalton
THE ACTIONS OF MEN ARE LIKE THE IN-
DEX OF A BOOK THEY POINT OUT WHAT IS ALGEBRA I
MOST REMARRABLE IN THEM. - Heine
Wanda Ioyce Clements
GE NERA L MATH
La ura Wha lin
Ja c kie Henderson
GRA MMAR I
GREAT MINDS HAVE PURPOSES, OTHERS
HAVE WISHES. LITTLE MINDS ARE TAMED AND
SUBDUED BY MISFORTUNEg BUT GREAT MINDS
RISE ABOVE THEM. - W. Irving
GRA MMA R II
GRA MMA R III
Dona ld Harmon
Walter Marie Boness
Linda Lou Lancaster
LITERA TURE IV
GENIUS IS THE GOLD IN THE MINEp TAL-
ENT IS THE MINER WHO WORKS AND DIGS IT
OUT. - Lady Blessington
AMERICA N HISTORY
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MOST LIKELY TO
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The teachers made selection, now the student
body does the same. These titles of factand prophecy
were given to the following couples by the entire high
BIGGEST F LIRT
Texa nn Holdema n
IMA GINA TION
MOST INTE LLECTUA L
Organizations and clubshave come and gone from Muleshoe High
School in the past years, These are the center of high school life -
giving a little relaxation from the daily work of classes, F. F. A. and
F,ll, A, are probably the oldest clubs in our school, but even the new-
est ones hring added pleasure and good for the students,
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J' Allen . Allison. Arnold. Bristow, Bayless, Clements. Coffey,
Freida Jimmy Neil Wayne Leon Travis Joe
Donaldson , Ellis , Fox , Harris , Holt. Henderson , Harrison ,
Sammy Billy Stanley Marion Jim Jackie Noretta
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Wayne Bristow . . .... Historian
Marion Harris . . ..... Secretary
Lowery Stanley Fox . . . . Parliamentarian
Dorothy: Lola Roark . . . . Reporter
Billy Ellis . . . .President
Montgomery , Mathis , Martin , Millen .
Jean Alan Ernest Rose Lee
Simnacher , Simnacher, Stova ll, Thompson,
Patricia Brenda Helen Norma
TUBE T COUNClL
Na sh ,
Parker . Roark ,
These girls were selected to work in the library
at various periods during the day. Their duties were
checking books out and in, notifying studentsof over-
due books or fines, and replacing returned books in
the shelves. Their pleasant way of helping the stu-
dents has won many friends for them.
Mrs. A. S. Stovall, Librarian
Jo Ann Dalton
CLARINETS-La Von Copley, Gwienth Cox, llolly
Linda Lancaster, Lynda Mc Cormick, Peggy Mc-
Cormick, Billie Ann Pence, Virginia Stanford, Kay
BASS CLARINET-Charles Lenau.
ALTO SAXOPHONES-Walter Marie Boness, Paula
Provence, Gaylord Tate.
TENOR SAXOPHONES-Carl Adair, Pat Inman.
BARITONE SAXOPHONE-Barbara Douglass.
FLUTE-Doris Jean Copley.
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The Muleshoe High School Band has been long a vital part of student life on our
campus. It has always been a voluntary organization, its members giving freely of
their time that the school might have a band. A proud tradition has thus been built up
on the generosity and sincerity of the band members.
Ann Cox, Yonda Dale, Virginia Gillis, Dean Lackey,
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"For the Mules" is the motto ofthe five fiery girls better
known as the Muleslioe High School Majorettes. Rain, shine,
sleet or snow there're always there, ready and willing to per-
form for the football fans and to cheer their football team to
LA VON COPLEY BILLIE ANN PENCE
Ma jorette Majorette
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Actkerson, Allen, Bickel, Bristow, Clements, Clements,
Sue Freida Bennie Wayne Travis w and 3 Joyce
Cox, Donaldson, Douglass, Gabbert, Gaede, Harris,
Holly Ann Sammy Barbara R, L. Ginger Marion
R. L. Sammy
Sec. -Treas. Reporter
MA K and MIKE
The Mask and Mike Club was organized this year for those interested
in dramatics and radio, The club project for the year has been the
presenting of plays and the studying of and visits to radio.
Gaither, B. Lola
IDWCFY. McCormick, Mitchell, Mitchell, Moore, Osbom
DOYOIUY Peggy Helen Mona Wayne Tom my
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Roark, Stovall, Weaver. White, White, Woodley, Young
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good music, but is a fine source of material for vari-
ous programs over the town. We commend Mr.
Shirley on the good work he has done with this group.
President - Wayne
Secretary - Carol
Reporter - Barbara
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ROW ONE: Agee, Louann, Autry, Barbara, Atchison, Bar-
bara, Buhrman, Carol, Black, Jimmy, Creamer, Monnie,
Henderson, Jack, Head, Norman, Jones, Barbara, Lewis, Nita,
Morrison, Glynna, Mitchell, Helen, Morrison, D. L., Moore,
Wayne, Moore, Laqueda, Metcalf, Betty, Miller, Elaine,
Martin, Lon, Norwood, Pat, Pence, Billy Ann, Shanks, Betty,
Richards, Robert, Sullivan, Loretta, Towns, Karolene, Taylor,
Antoniette, Thompson, Norma, Upton, Evelyn, Wilemon,
Sharon, Woodard, Mary, Willis, Bill, Wright, Pat.
Los Picaros is organized each year as a social
outletfor the members of the Spanish class. Thehigh-
light is the annual trip to the Mexican Inn in Clovis
for a meal of Mexican food.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
Frieda Allen .... .... S ecretary
Wayne Bristow . . . .Vice-President
Jackie Parker . . .... President
Clinton Dillard . . . Reporter
QL P Phil Provence
Joy Dean Warner
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'- MRS. DOROTHY BROWN
The purposes of the F.H.A. Club are to further friendship: to develop
appreciation for studies more or less directly related to home economics:
to keep in touch with some of the broader fields of knowledge: and to become
acquainted with recent developments in home economics not touched inthe
ROW ONE: Carolyn Atchison, Barbara Autry, Sue Actkerson, Lou Ann Agiee,
Shirley Black, Marlene Black, Darlene Black. ROW TWO: Janie Bickel, Judy
Bickel, Mary Alice Baker, Geneva Bartlett, Evelyn Bratcher, Carol Buhrman,
Doris Copley. ROW THREE: Wanda Clements, Jackie Cary. ROW FOUR:
Wanda Cherry, La Von Copley. ROW FIVE: JoAnn Dalton, June Dement.
ROW SIX: Lucille Davis, Barbara Ellis. ROW SEVEN: June Freeman,
Phyllis Fielder. ROW EIGHT: Doris Ann Fields, Winona Glenn. ROW
NINE: Velta Gillis, Latain Garth, ROW TEN: Irene Head, Noretta Harrison.
MISS MARTH A THOMAS
ROW ONE: Maris Hennington, Texann Holderman. ROW TWO: J erre Lee Hale, Joyce
Hunt. ROW THREE: Pat Inman, Madge Johnson. ROW FOUR: JulieJames,, Barbara
Jones. ROW FIVE: Jo Ellen King, Lou Ann Logan. ROW SIX: Dorothy Lowery, Mary
Lou Lambert. ROW SEVEN: Delores Lowe, Mona Mitchell. ROW EIGHT: Barbara
Metcalf, Darla Meyers. ROW NINE: Glynna Morrison, Helen Mitchell. ROW TEN:
Charlie Kay Miller, Lona Mae Mason, Maxine Pugh, Rosemary Pool, Marcia Redwine,
Betty Shanks, Patricia Simnacher. ROW ELEVEN: Karolene Towns, Norma Thomp-
son, Evelyn Upton, Mary Woodard, Sharon Wilemon, Donna Wright, Gladys Whalin
F. H. A.
LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED:
Joyce Hunt .... ....... T reasurer
Noretta Harrison ..... . . President
Pat Inman ..... . .... Vice-President
Shirley Black . . ..... . Secretary
Madge Johnson . . . RecordingSecretary
Janie Bickel ....... Parliamentarian
Billy A. Pence .... . . . Historian
Sharon Wilemon . . . . . . . Pianist
Helen Mitchell . . . .Reporter
These girls were chosen to lead the F.H.A. Club for the year 1954. It
is through their efforts that the organization has been guided to
success. They, with their sponsors, and the club members have
proved the worth of F.H.A.
MULE HOE EW GIVE A CLEAR EEPERT
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That was a good one Roger Gorrell told Joe
Coffey as they review the sports events of
maine, 0 A gosi! Xooys xg
Holly Ann Cox, Helen Mitchell, and Peggy Mc-
Cormick are checking over the articles for the next
issue of the paper with Ray West while Melvin White
and Sammy Donaldson Peer over their shoulders.
Below, Wayne Bristow sketches the cover,
while Donald Harmon begins the typing duties.
. . LIFE
Dorothy Lowery and Jim Holt look
for their article in the HEE HAW!
THE HEE-HAW 'I'
The HEE HAW is sponsored by the journal-
ism class and written and edited by the
journalism students. Today's journalism
students are tomorrow's journalists, seems
to be the ideal held out of these hard-work-
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FIRST ROW: Holly Ann Cox,
Helen Mitchell, F.F.A. Ed.g
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Weaver, Gossipg Bobbie Harrison, Gossip:
Dorothy Lowery, Ass't. Ed., Peggy Mc-
Cormick, Libra ryg Barbara Jones, Proof
Reader. SECOND ROW: Tommy Osborn,
Speechg Jimmy Allison, Editorg Ray West,
Annual: Joe Coffey, Sportsg Roger Gorrell,
Sportsg Sammy Donaldson, Student Councilg
Melvin White, F.F.A.g Donald Harmon,
Tommy Osborn and Barbara Jones,
no doubt, are doing a thorough job
of proof-reading. They mustn't
miss a thing because Mrs. Baker is
E Marion Harris
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Ass T EDITOR '
Joe Coffey and
Lola Roark and Barbara Jones Pal Inmafl and Ray West
LITERARY EDITORS SPORT S EDITORS
Mrs. H. L.
The staff of THE MULETRAIN has put in many
hours of work, but enjoyed every minute of it. When the
time came to send the last pages to the publishers, each
member felt a satisfaction at having successfully com-
pleted a tedious and long workg yeteach felt some regret
at not being able to continue. "The reward ofa thing
well done is to have done it" - we hope you join us in
thinking we are rewarded.
Joe enjoys life while Ray
types it out.
Ray and Lola believe in
work before pleasure
Judging from the expressions on
Helen's and Ginger's faces, Marion
must have really flubbed up that
Maxine Pugh and
Billy Ellis, Clinton Dillard, Dwain Jack Jones, Laura Whalin, Karolene
Ralph Ware, Freida Allen, and Ralph Epting, Travis C1ements-PHOTO- Towns, Larry Hicks
Cooper-ART EDITORS. GRAPHERS. CLASS EDITORS.
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Muleshoe High School may not rank with the best in athletics,
but with spirit and teamwork they remain unexcelled. lf a winner
were to be selected by keeping in mind, "Not whether you win or not,
but how you play the game", then Muleshoe WOULD rank with the
best, Severallviuleshoe "Mules" have gone on to greater victories after
graduating, becoming excellent college players,
F00'l'BALL QUEEN 0F 1953
BILLIE ANN PENCE
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Sammy Bennie Wayne Bo Keith
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Henderson Henry, Henry, Jarman. Martin,
Jackie Doyle Kenneth Gene Earnest
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Provence, Richards, Shaw, Tate, Tidwelll
Phil Robert Eugene Gaylord jackie
Sammy Donaldson gets attention be -
cause he is the center on our team.
He is asenior and a two year letter-
Wayne Moore, another senior
plays halfback and is a three
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for the team. This makes his Cozexl decay Qclvpmg Yoo
third year for a letter.
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Benny Bickel plays fullback and is
also a captain. Benny is a senior
and is a three year letterman.
Bill Willis, a no the r
captain and quarter-
back, for the Mules, is
a three year letterman
and is a senior.
Jimmy Black, a sen- Jimmy Holt is a sen-
ior, plays tackle for ior and has lettered
the Mules and is a two three years, He plays
year letterman, end.
D. L. Morrison, a versatile player,
plays both tackle and halfback. He
is a senior and has lettered three
R. L. Gabbert plays guard and
is a junior, That means we will
have him back for another year. N.
He is already a two year letter- .--N
fins b .
he b0.vs Come for the fog-,tha , ,
by one ofthe 'wining out 11 fans when Eamest Martin is a junior and
captains. 012 the geld, led plays guard, He is a two year
Charles Waggoner is a
one year letterman at
halfback. A sopho -
more,he has two more
years to play.
letterman and will be back next
year for another.
Don Moore, a junior, plays guard.
He is a two yearletterman who will
be in the run for another one next
Jackie Tidwell is a
sophomore who plays
end. He has one letter
to his credit with two
more years to play.
Keith Buhrman, a junior, plays end.
We'11 see him next year!
lewis Blaylock got in playing time
this year as guard. He is a junior.
Bobby Black plays center and is only
Doyle Henry is another sophomore
and plays guard.
Don Hall, a Junior
taclde, was hindered DSW-Wne M o r r 1 s o n Buddy Pool who IS a
this year by 3 broken s o p h o m o r e p 1 a y s promising quarterback
Cgllar bone, guard is only a sophomore
A sophomore back
coming up for fut-
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All Dxstnct Fullback
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Bm, wu.uS back SAMMY QONALDSON
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Sammy Dona ldson-Pole Vault
Wayne Moore-100 yd. 2203
R. L. Gabbert-880
Eugene Sha w-440
Keith Buhxman-Dash Man
Ernest Martin-Dash Man
Jackie Parker-Dash Man
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The ringing words of a football cheer, the flash of purple and gold, five energetic girls, and
you have a picture of our cheerleaders. Pep rallies led by these favorites have spurred our boys
on to do their very best for M.H,S.
YE ME of MULE HOE
Captain Jimmy Holt, Coach Leroy Scott,
Captain Jimmy Allison
ABOVE, TOP ROW: G. R. Howell, John
Johnson, Gordon Wilson, Jack Jones. BOT-
TOM ROW: Jerry Inman,Jim Holt, Jimmy
Allison, Eugene Shaw. INSET: Manager,
"Practice makes perfect". Whoever said
that was only half right. Practice, practice,
and more practice makes perfect . This
applies to basketball as well as any other
field of endeavor, and the next two pages
pictures the boys inaction--action which we
like very much.
TOP now, Left to hugh:
Jimmy Holt, James Elders. Jimmy
BOTTOM ROW: Left to Right:
Eugene Shaw, Gordon Wilson, Jack
TOP ROW, Left to Right:
Jackie Parker, Duane Morrison ,Joe
BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right:
Bo Bxyant. John Johnson, Stanley Fox.
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Captain Barbara Douglass
Captain Jean Montgomery
GIRL 'BA KETBALL
Left to Right: FIRST ROW: Noretta
Harrison, Quineil Elliot, Marcia
Redwine, Doris Underdown, June
Freeman. SECOND ROW: Donna
Wright, Barbara Metcalf, Pat
Wright, Barbara Douglass, Janie
Bickel. THIRD ROW: Bettie Col-
lins, Velta Gillis, Pat Cooper,
Coach Scott, ,lean Montgomery,
INSET - Lola Roark-Manager.
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Shirley Mathiesion. forward: D0riS Betty Moore, forwardg Marcia Red- Noretta Harrison , guardg Bettie
UHGCIGOWI1. fO1'W21Id: June Free- wine, forwardg Pat Cooper, guardg Collins, guardg Pat Sim nacher ,
man. forward. Queneil Elliott, forward. guard.
FIRST ROW: Ginger Gaede - gpardg Jean Montgomery - forwardg Pat Wright - guard.
SECOND ROW: Barbara Douglass - forwardg Donna Wright - forwardg Alice Dawson - gua
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Don, or is it Donna, shines shoes.
What's the matter?'?'? Frankenstien in 3-D??
More M-C lub initiation.
Ladies and Gentlemen, my text this morning is
Zat eeez, zat eeez, zat ease!!
Easter Parade??? No, freshman initiation.
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Last year's Western Day brought us some real wes- 9
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"I like rustic harmony ..... "
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Kenneth enjoys a free shine.
This is called constructive recreation.
Lazy Bones, sitting in the sun. .
Riding a rail, but no tar and feathers.
Bettie and Billie Ann practice their routine
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1. Tell me girls, what is going on?
2. Someone isu't pa ying attention.
3. Sir Thomas is working.
4. Barbara is eating as usual.
5. Seniors helping the Juniors.
6. Where is Marsha , John?'?
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Everyone is enjoying the parade.
Oh my, how romantic.
This looks like an interesting class
Barber Shop quartet.
South side of the new gym.
Oh, dear. someone whistled at me"l
Mokus, don't spit so straight!
You hit him right in the eye.
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Well, aren't they cute!! Enjoy your grub, kids
Miss Gaither shows her teeth in an Barbara is astounded at what
artificial smile for the birdie. seems to amuse La Vonne .
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