Muleshoe High School - Eagle Yearbook (Muleshoe, TX)

 - Class of 1957

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I , A jiidlik H 'mv 1'1- DEDMIAT ION Because of her unnrsng efforts High School an the many years ef one IO Muleshoe here and the BY! N, 5 3 Q 3 ii ii M 355 3 ik X NPN 'XX NW N EN Rx e e f Q wg l.i A H - X x f 5 Q3-Q sf W A er ef -Mg' Wmii X K, X Xi f Y ZX? .4 fl L 5. y,M,,,a:-fy H f , . . w K Daw We will forever sTand beside you f J ,lull-be -L . Me YJWWMA . In our hugh school way L, X V Him! Wh- MH'-M2 'Jefff -2,N,7,1o,,.x,?f .ffm JUNHUR HIGH SCHUUL Q f 5Lf,fe,.e Qf,wW Our gym . . . 1he winter sfomping grounds of our Mules and Mulettes. ff M Fl 9 'U S B ll LIN N fi ' Y f N. gf. ' NW 3 Do rvvgys hoxiyledge. 2 NX kjjJmQ'fJJ xg 3-PX x rr Q X , my U95 r KP gr my rmr ij Q31 bk KY A 5 J v J 3 of wx Qld , , L LN J Muleshoe High School as seen Through our rear-view mirror. Q W f' Q . - 1- ' ' - Through The darkness vve'll X be faithful, fairhful To our ' school. A.,.s,r , ..- qt 1 1 ' , f if f X N! 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JERRY KIRK B.S,, NLS. West Texas State SUPERHNTENDENT UF SQHUOLS Mr. Jerry Kirk has served as Superintendent ot the Mule- shoe Independent School District tor tive years. To the students ot Muleshoe High School Mr. Kirk is an inspira- tion, not only as an influence in our school lite, but in our civic organizations also. Mr Kirk is busily working on one of the many reports that Mr. Kirk checks his tiles for information con falls ,n The 'me of his duty cerning the halt-million-dollar school bond which was recently voted upon and passed SCHOOL PRllNClllPAll.4 Nlr. Parker, our principal, is The man behind The morale of our high school. Always pushing us on To greater heights in scholasiic and ex- Tracurricular aciivilies, he handles his job in a cheerful, capable, and efficienf man- ner. l 1 l 'lf' Mr Parker keeps an accurate check upon a students high school record. MR. BlLL PARKER West Texas State Mr. Parker compiles his daily attendance record, one of his never-ending iobs. SCHUUL BUARD , f 1 1, , ,, . ,W its u ' 3 if l -1 on X s I Q P, , . , x 2 ' Q .- a f ff N s, ,, Our Board of Education is composed of men who give freely of their time, their talents, and themselves. This gift of service on their part which, in countless ways, builds the morale of our stu- dents and aids them in their quest for learning and good citizenship, has meant throughout th e years, a greater Muleshoe High School. Mr. Paul Scott Mr. Verney Towns, President Mr. Gerald Allison Mr. Jerry Kirk, Superintendent of Schools Mr. David Anderson Mr. John Sowder Mr. Jim Cox Mr. Connie Gupton, Secretary Mr. Leon Lewis Lf 1077 , , if ' X 4, U 63 :Ewa Q ,J Mar", FACULTY f X l'iA C U lL,'li"Y ,Fifi i .Lx N, , jr' I .Yo Yi 5 ,f it jay .91 in A 'fx' . I 'f BILES, CALCOTE, MISS ROBERTA MR- BUDDY uf r It f' 1 Slll. 'il .AX fl., S'1li"l"lDllfl4ZS ,J LP ln the history classes, a back- ground of our present govern- menil is presented. The civics cpulrse, required for all seniors, explains the basic operation of dur 'vernment. W v Gy jf Miss Biles and Mr. Calcote ,, ,F at rnyy fl ' j J . J' if yi xl R+ yy Mr. Bickle, Mr. Adams, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Brock lwho replaced Mrs. Albrightj. -.J X ALBRIGHT, MRS. DALE ADAMS, MR. JERRY Hirst semesterj - BICKEL MR BILL JONES MRS OLA B These departments provide an opportunity for students to develop ' ' ' ' ' technical skills and to gain experiences that will be valuable aids toward getting a start in life after graduation. ll'll l ll Nl llii Y il Dil' 'llifl ll D YY A ll., EXl.'iRll'il.1ili'll..VlliiUll'Qlll ll5iilfUNllD.lVllllil7S S'fl"ll'lflDll lliiS I4 I ' BRADY, DILL, MR. BRYAN V. U MR. REA f ' l rx jflofcc Q1 gf SQTHENEQIE Students in the various Science classes are expected to acquire scientific knowledge and skills to prepare them for work or for future education. The courses of- fered here are general science, physics, biology, and chemistry. Mr. Dill Mr. Brady l WARD, MRS- A. D- DOWELL, MRS. MABEL BLACKBURN, Mies. H. L. KIRK, MRS. JERRY Every student must enroll in one English course each semester as four credits of English are required for graduation. lli1NGlL,llSll-ll I5 FA C 'ULTY .M .. fi ' si f T Q W., - I 9 fr' .wg .V A, Q . . 2 MANTooTH, Mcctuize, TAYLOR, MR. WAYNE MR. CHARLES MR. BILL The coaches ot the athletic department emphasize fair M V as Y 1 y 1 1 play. They do this by giving each boy or girl the responsi AX ll ll-llll"llj'Tllll5 bility of doing his or her part in each sport. Our sports are football, basketball, track, tennis, and volleyball. ll-,ll ll3R..-QX ll A N K ma , is' , STOVALL, r- 9 rd MRS. A. s. A yt' . I " ,5 I ' t Students use the library in class groups, small groups, or individually for research or for recreational reading. Our library is open throughout the school clay from 9:00 until 3145. Student assistants help the librarians keep the library attractive as well as func- tional. Mrs. Patterson . Mrs. Stovall S ll-?,tfllw2lli1'Ili'fMfZ Y TU SLflPlERllNTlENlDENTlT' Taking dictation, transcribing letters, keeping records for dif- ferent organizations of our school -these duties fill the day of our school secretary. PATTERSON, MRS. PAT 5 X SIUDI 19555392 'l' w-igsff 1' MR ASKEW MR WILLIAMS Head Custodnans Bus Bus Rev Mrs. Mr. Mrs Mrs ,..f Q . 'sf 't i ' f. ll Foreman, J. W. Jolnnson, Drivers, Mrs. Rondell, Mrs. Willis, . Akers, Mr. Bratclwer, Mrs. Kelton, Sims, Mrs. Bratchcr, Mr. Calcote, Daly, Mr. Hawkins, Mr, L. Bratcher, . Hawkins, Mrs. Freeman, . J. W. Johnson. EE i A X Mrs. White, Dietician Mrs. Henley, Johnson, Quisenberry, Blackwill, Kelton, Carney, Shook, Owens Hurst, Smith, Simms, Dawson, Seals, Oden. 1... k Jf'..3 4 wx-,QE faf3f1'f"'f -..,..., ,MA , - FT, .A K uwxfaf l ' P F 'r 1 ..M.f -""",-W nfl, " J vk., v ,, V-4 M" A J fo ? 3 5 iff T mf J-hm Ag, if , 'X Q if 5' 9. U z ,Lf x ,V ,,,,v v K F ' Q ' ff? f 0 Q... 92-...... " ' ' 'I 'I ' 'll 'll 'X ,7X'11 X R, l'f,l,rlb rl ,li A sl MDN 'ID 1.f' X Y if if Students wait for their turn to register for the new year's Classes. X .glfi nl' f gl The line slowly moves up . . . Walter Parker is getting enrolled. rig 4 ,Q After enrolling books must be had here Walter ns receuvnng hrs books for has new classes 20 R P06 Mr. Parker shows the effects of a day's work of enrollment. ACTHX l'llx'lllli1S The Moles were given a rousing send oft as they left for a game with Springlake. A pep rally was held out on the school grounds. Student Council President Johnny Allison was in Charge of the rally. - NOD1 Talks were made by Head Cheerleader Quineil Elliott and player Charles Jennings. i'- This would be an Unusual scene if it Weren't for today being freshman initiation, After the freshman girl's shoe scramble some of the girls are putting on their shoes and some are still hunting. Hey! What's going on? if l"liUMlEECiDQVllN G Our annual Homecoming Day was on November 9, 1956, and was one of much activity. Approximately two hundred Exes were present to make the day a huge suc- cess. To end the day, a Homecoming Game was played with Dimmitt. During halftime ceremonies the Homecoming Queen, Mary Jo Holt, was crowned. Muleshoe won the game by a score of T2-O. .4 L L, x ft Registration forthe Exes. During the day an unusual pep rally was held. A slcit was put on by the cheerleaders and members of the football team entitled "The Marriage of Mr. Muleshoe Mule to Miss Hope Victory." Mr. Muleshoe Mule was played by Bill Black, co-captain of the foot- ball team, and Miss Hope Victory was played by Mary Jo Holt, the Homecoming Queen. The ceremony having been completed, the lovely couple walk up the aisle together li x xx lnitiations are always very interesting in our school, ln these pictures we see the FHA. girls conducting a beautiful and impressive ceremony to initiate the new members into their club. Making quite a contrast to the initiation pictures above the F.F.A. initiations always bring about much fun to the student body. In the picture below you see,Jame s more interested in pleasing the upper classman with a good shoe- shine show than he is in being very unladylike by mg his dimpled knee. 5 . t'-ytwsnt v'1',!, Aw Y if J e did fully decide if this is an initiation, or if larry merelylsees something in the far distance worth sprinting after. it lf .Il ll? N ll OR lPlle,A 'Y The Junior Play this year was a great success. lt was entitled "Shoot The Works" and was a three-act mystery-comedy. Here, some of the characters display their abilities as actors. Those included in the cast were: June Ward, Patsy Nowlin, ,V Darlene St, Clare, Nan Allison, Vicki Flatt, c'NiTa, Thorn-Esob, Delores Cannon, John Gross, David Shepherd, Jerry Blaylock, Jack Dunham, Buddy Peeler, Don Taylor, and Harold Cooper. The directors were Mrs. A. D. Ward and Mr3XOIa B. Jones. MIX Q M V ti lf' M l 'W l lv cw! 'T X' MEX? These people were a great help to the play by serving as ushers. They are: Pat Brown, Betty Sowder Bertha Green, Jay Carney, Joan Green, Tony Billingsley and Joe Patti. ,,,,."'k X.yl'5 All W . D H-115, W A" ,M ,,.....A,. f- Av" 1hn ,,,.-1 ff' ,av ,-- ,..-- ,.-1 ,.-l if n-"" -if -1-Q ,-fl" ,p-1' ,.- -1-4' ,.a- ,,,,,,,,X X QQLASSMS L. 7 4 I! -51337 X 1 F5 JQHNNY ALLISON kf - ,Nr s s L n .v- .v ff" 'am-' ,'-I 5 i I. H4 57 u A51 L lf? in H0451 unam- IS i , mx ENHORS W A i x X! ' N N4 V 'N BUDDY BLACK MAC 3,4 Annual Staff 3, 4 Football lg Track l, 2 Basketball l, 4 "M".Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4 Who's Who l, 2, 4 FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4 Lone Star Farmer 3 Star Chapter Farmer 3 Runner-up Area LS Farmer 3 State Convention 1, 2, 3 National Convention 3 District Vice President 4 Rodeo Team 3, 4 A-4 , JOHNNY ALLISON Student Council l, 3, 4 SC President 4 State Convention 3 FFA l Annual Staff 3, 4 Track l, 2, 3 Football l, 3 Who's Who l, 2, 3, 4 MHS Votes 3, 4 Prince of Friendship Runner-up 4 Outstanding Boy Runner-up 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Outstanding Boy 3 Mr. MHS 4 CURTIS BROWDER Student Council 4, Rep. 4 FFA lg Junior Chapter "C" Team Tennis 3 Who's Who 2, Editor Hee-Haw 4 BONNIE ANDERS Dusty Pages 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Speech Club l ANNETTE BLACK Band l, 2, 3, SA Contest winner FHA 1, 2, 3 Chorus 2, 3, Officer 3 Girls' Sextet Annual Staff 4 Volleyball 2 MHS Votes 3, 4 Junior Play 3 J An. Lag f W 5 1- 1. 1 :T wh? Zu, B I S223 Wig Lliffi- A 1, Mn, 1 , YQL, m 1, Q ,N f kmMWv,,4w....,mW f 5 ff M5 .ff My 1 1 . SENHURS MARCIA HENRY Office 3 Pep Squad 2, 3, Officer 3 Hee Haw Staff 3 Class Queen Attendant 3 MHS Votes 2 Speech Club l, Class Officer 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 TAB 3 Junior Play Student Council 3, Officer 3 MAC Club 3, Officer 3 Cheerleader l, 2, 3 FHA i, 2, 3, Officer 2, 3 'F rt? ANN GHOLSON Band I, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2 Maiorette I, 2, 3, 4, Head 4 FHA l Junior Play Tennis I FTA l Football Attendant 3 Class Officer I Hee Haw Staff 4 LARRY HICKS Band l, Contest FFA l MAC 3 Football 2 Annual Staff l, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, Regional 3 Junior Play, Senior Play 4 fc .f fr, ,E LAVAYNE GREGORY FHA l MAC 3 Basketball 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3 Pep Club 2, 3, A Junior Play Speech Club l, 3 Office A LYNN HONEYCUTT Student Council A President FHA 4 FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4 Volleyball 3 1' . CHARLES JENNINGS Student Council 2, A FFA l MAC 3, A Football l, 3, A Basketball l, 3, 4, Captain 3 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Prince ofFriendsl1ip A Runner-up Nlr. MHS A Wl'wo's Who 4 Hee Haw A CHARLENE LONG Hee Haw 4 Chorus l FHA 2 r FQ' Y FLOYD JONES ROTC l Hee l-law 4 SENI O LEONA LOOKADOO Hee Haw A Contest Play l Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball lg Captain l Basketball l Chorus l FHA l, 2 mis-,. ,,, DEAN LACKEY Band l, 2, 3 FFA I, 2 Hee Haw 4 DAVID MATHIS Wl1o's Who 4 Band l, 2, 3, A Drum Maior 3, 4 FFA lg Officer Chorus 2, 3, 4 FTA 4 Hee Haw 3, A ! 4-un K It's study, study, study for seniors-most of them at least! SENIIORS JIMMY MORRISON FFA I MAC 3 Annual Staff 4 Football I, 2, 3 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Track 3 Junior Play Spanish Club 3 "M" Club 3, 4 Hee Haw Staff 4 Who's Who 4 BETTY MOORE Chorus 3, Officer 3 Basketball I Class Favorite 3 Dusty Pages 3, 4, Officer 3, 4 Who's Who 4 Hee Haw Staff 4 SHIRLEY MATTHIESEN Student Council I, 2, 4 FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3 MAC 3, 4, Officer 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Hee Havv A Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 Honorable Mention All-District 3 Volleyball I, 4, Captain I Candidate Most Beautiful 2 Most Beautiful 3 Runner-up Most Beautiful 4 Miss MHS 4 Class Favorite I Attendant Football Queen 4 MHS Votes 3 Speech Club I FFA Sweetheart 2 Pep Club 4, Officer 4 Cheerleader 4 TAB 4 Carnival Queen I Runner-up Princess Friendship 4 Class Officer I, 2, 4 SUE MILLS Hee Haw Staff 4 FHA I MAC I Band 2 Pep Club 2, 3 Orchestra 2 1 72 P 3 g Y H' , Wat J . I . W3 ' if ima 5 : Ja: A . :fur f 1 ?5ffZ3l.. y 2, 1 : M W ni Q1 'f H, - - ffzlfgf Q0 .9 U --af ,Q I A , M! GANO SANDERS FFA I, 2, 3 ' Football 3 Basketball 2, 3 Track 2 Attendant Football Queen 2, 3, A FFA State Convention 2 Hee Haw Staff A SEN N SLEMMONS Hee Haw A FFA 'l, 2 Chorus 3, A Annual Staff A Basketball 'l Golf 3, A ff I 4 ,ln wr-r-7' f"""'-- i ,sill Ek' U ROSETTA SIM Chorus 2, 3, Ag Officer A Sextette 2, A Trio 3 Dusty Pages 3, 4, Officer A Hee Haw A SENTORS DARRELL STEPHENS Hee Haw A FFA I, 2, 3, A, Officer 3 Basketball 1, 3 Track 2 2 U BRENDA SIMNACHER Student Council I, 3, A, Officer A Convention 1, 3, A FHA l, 2 Annual Staff A Runner-up Miss MHS A Contest Play 3 Junior Play Class Officer 1, 3, A Spanish Club 3, A Speech Club I, 3 Hee Haw Staff A President FTA A -RONALD STINSON FFA 1 Hee Haw Staff 3, A X DUANE STEVENS FFA l Hee Haw Staff A MARTHA VVEURFLEIN Hee Haw Staff A Student Council -1 Chorus 2, 3, A Sextette A Trio A Candidate Most Beautiful A Class Favorite A Wl'1o's Who A Dusty Pages A, President A Runnereup Outstanding Girl A FTA A ff? 4,-K.:-9 A if A I sf" JUDY VAN DYKE MARY VINSON Spanish Club 3, A Hee Haw Staff A GLADYS WHALIN FHA l Chorus 3, Officer 3 Basketball l Volleyball l, 2, 3 Candidate Most Beautiful A Pep Club l Hee Haw Staff 2, A Class Queen 2 Volleyball l Dusty Pages A Hee Haw Staff 21 S lfi1N ll CDR MARY VVOODARD Clworus 3, A Hee Haw Staff A FHA l R o.lf,,X Ll ORB EDDIE WlLT FFA l Football 2, 3, 4 MAC 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3 All'District BB 3 Honorable Mention All-South Plains BB Track 2, 3, 4, Regional 2, 3 Hee Haw Sports Editor 4 "M" Club 2, 3, 4 Class Officer l FTA 4 Runner-up Most Handsome 4 Who's Who 3 GENE WEST Hee Haw Staff 4 FFA l ROL 3 These seniors meet with Mr. Calcote and Miss Biles to read over the chosen senior play for the first time, BUFFORD WATSON TAB 4 Student Council 4 FFA l, 2, Officer 2 MAC 3, 4 Annual Editor 4 Basketball 2, 3 Track 3, Regional 3 Most Handsome 3, 4 Runner-Up Mr. MHS 4 Who's Who 3 MHS Votes 4 Contest Play 3 Runner-Up Outstanding 3 Outstanding Boy 4 RunnerfUp Prince Friendship 4 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 4 Class Officer 4 Junior and Senior Play JOHN YOUNG FFA 1, 2, 3, A Rodeo Team 2, 3, 4 MAC 3, 4 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Captain Basketball I Track l, 2, 3, 4 Boxing I, 2, 3, 4 "M" Club 2, 3, 4 A-O ' Q 0 Q ,, jf 1 ', 18' A, 0 VO' 3, . .A 'L f 12, f ' .ar - 'Q 1 9 X ' ., 5 , d a Q I B' H1 1 N Q: N, -""ls.,, an N U if W '. x 1- M9 . af, , ' 'K sa' I wu- ,v .v fl f J 0 '51 fa 3 A 94 P , K va -n I' I 'W I fr ti .L A vs 1 I .4 s f 4 K Q. 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M 53,5 T25 ., DEV ,V ' K 'Y 4 P f 4, Q Q Q an Ee ,k W 2 4 sq ii ix Q x Y Bw F "m1f.gfg Gross, Joe Hodges, Terrell Howard, Eugene Hicks, Rosemary Harmon, Bill Howard, John L. Holt, Mary Jo Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Dickie Jackson, Joe D, Jones, James King, Bobbie Lowery, Virginia Larson, Ronald Long, Agnes Laux, Jirnmy Miller, Charlie Kay McMahan, Clyde Myers, Jimmy Marlin, Edgar Mills, David McCormick, Sunny Novvlin, Patsy Puckeif, M, Janice Pruitt, Mary Peeler, Buddy Patfie, Joe Roberts, Ginger Richards, David Schaefer, Gloria Surrai, M. Kathryn Sanders, Sue Shipp, Roy Lynn Sena, Freddie Sanders, Bobby Shepherd, David 'gli' M gg 3.65, kgs, f -.-J, i L'NlliDlR5 132' unily this biology class enioys ihe vv At least it seems wha? John and Leroy 0' fi 9-or fx lj V WX These Iunlo s get experience in speaking before I ln flg f '1 :U L fy I I X W f'-, or Mfr, , lf if X . if X" ' Q I , A jllxxgflf 2 V rl r M 7 177' Sowder, Betty Sullivan, Charles Scarbrough, Robert St. Clair, Darlene Tunnell, Ralph Taylor, Don Turner, Royce Turner, Doyce Thompson, Nita Wimberly, Lonell Weurflein, Frank Williams, James Ward, June Wilson, Stanley F Uwfwrzwwl :lfL5 f u ff K f ai 7,7 val Q-dw -- N4 iam Qfafzn, 553 gf. - , ,A 1 f,,1h,fh 4+ Tm' C 'F K K i-if? X 5 g 5 Prr-Qfffrlrwf V XF 'T 'K' F Vmv PM-wfler i'vV.PN V.'!l!'QM9 X Ssuurdry lfudun rw V ILL? HWSLOE fffmmffn lJLVJf LA DLR '.' f -m mf '.' "L ,AN Nw-,lcfvf Quwu, Kun LJAVNJ-Q,-A ALLIQUN Allison, Sandra Atkins, William Allison, Sherry Alexander, Don SUlPililUDfllURll'1,S A most interesting English ll class, no doubt, but who let in that foreign letter jacket?'? Angley, Ken Burkhart, Sandra Braune, Patricia Briscoe, Polly Bruns, Kay Bickel, Tommy Bristow, Dudley Carney, Mary Crawford, Martha Cooper, Sandra Cooper, Linda Cherry, Shirley SUDlWl1llUlVllURlliS Corralez, Leroy Cortez, lsabel Crandall, Patsy Cary, John Crawford, Marie Cherry, Wayne Corralez, Martha Dalton, LaQuinta Durrett, Barbara Elliott, Roberta Fullerton, Glen Fletcher, Lyndall Fudge Travis Ford Opal Goodwin Richard Gatewood J C Garltngton Jerry Garlington, Lloyd Goss, Alene Hanks, Judy Hicks, Gary Hall, Tom lngle, Mary lngle, Judy SlDPlHLDMlifR X JDK- s l l Ap As opho moferypanguclass. , ll' Q N QQ lqjcu MW Jacobs, Emily Johnson, Melba Jarmon, Jo Dean King, Henry King, Joe Kemp, Jerre Kemp, Jimmy King, Billy Jean Kelfon, Richard Lee, Elsie Lane, Shirley Lucore, Bonnie Lee, Monroe Langham, Ross Landers, Linda McMakin, Don Moore, Dewey Moore, Nell Mitchell, Roger Millen, Linda Morovv, Elizabeth Milsap, Joe McGuire, Janelle Mills, Marlin Murrah, Judy Myers, Peggy Novvell, Jaqueta Ogletree, Betty Q0 Roddam, Jerry Roming, Ben Robinson, Wendell Stovall, Jesse Seals, Billy Mac Seagroves, James Stack, Robert St. Clair, David Stevenson, Glen Shanks, Gerald Stinson, Robert Splawn, Arthur ws 21' A1 f ww, w ' Xi? ,, , v N .gi 1, E 43 i ,iglggvigsf ' f,s.x,fw 0 ' , 5 -:,,:'.-ag V aaa sf, 1 fag 4' wg iii ff fffw Wifi? 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Everybody knows the answer to that question. my K ,fa 7911.7 f, Lowe, Bobby Logan, Sue Mardis, Burl Martin, Eune Miller, Mary Mitchell, Marilyn Morrison, Eugene Milligan, Phyllis Moore, Sandra McCray, Glenda Nash, Jerry Oliver, Derrell Palmer, Virginia Phipps, Kenneth 'auf -I-Av ure Phillips, Kathy 'X 01 Kitchens, Bunt King, Max Lee, Lawanna Lloycl, Shirley Lewis, Rita A.,-, rim 5, X M' vu-ali' 'Q' 'ir' NY Raney Lee Ross Gwyn al' Roublnek Jack Richards Rosemary An Algebra I class can be 58 Simnacher, Frank Stone, LaQuinna Shafer, Morne Smith, R. S. Sheafer, Donnie Turner, Rita Thomas, John Lee Thomson, Tommy Towns, James Weaver, Dorothy Williams, Lois Wynn, Carol Wagnon, B. H. Wagnon, Delores fun as well as work! Redwine, Nelda Robinson, Robert Sanders, Mary Smallwood, Don Stevens, Kenneth xxx ,,-V, -yy .. b,l1,A,lU.R Shafer, Ronnie V - qjiThese people became a part of Muleshoe High School too late to be pictured with their respective classes or faculty. N HRW' ll-7 C ll-ES ir' Y' 5 . , Brock, MVS- Eamesl Pittman, Miss Sarah NIHDRS SUP I L Bishop, Ivan l rv- y Britt, Jan J ,L ,ff V Salinas, Robert -Thomas, Terrell l. V ,f V Q 1 .fr i Gore, Randall Hickman, Dorothy Simmons, Janice Spies, Ann Vaughn, Virgil Nil 1 Hayes, Chris Jones, Maurice Lengefeld, Sanford Maxwell, Amon Maxwell, Raymond Morris, Norma Simmons, Ruby Kay Williams, Raymond TOP STUDENTS These boys and girls have been chosen Time and effort well spent has proved by their Teachers as the outstanding stu fruitful to them It may well be said that dents in the various classes they are top students TVTLSIL Chorus MARTHA WEURFLEIN Band DAVID MATHIS T N Iiihiff Grammar QUINEIL Eiuott H' ' R Literature ROSE LEE MILLEN SQ Tift N Q E HAROLD COOPER JIMMY MORRISON ' ' II II wru ' ,fi ki 1 "X' ' 'T H, XML K T F , wyw -:xv 1 . A fJJ-rA'.X, . If Washungton Irvlng once sand Great mlstortune but great minds ruse above mnnds have purposes others have wnshes them Little minds are tamed and subdued by XT' PIILETIIL S BOB SANDERS BOBBIE KING BETTIE MOORE LEON SIMNACHER KENNETH COLLINS LOMNIIERUIAL Typmg MARY JANICE PUCKETT Advanced BETTIE MOORE SOQCIIAIL, STUDIIES SPANISH SIPPIIEIIMTII-II THESE STUDENTS ARE TOPS LVOCATTIONA ll, STLUDIIES JANIE SHANKLES Clothing MATH Math DON coPLEY RICHARD PILLOW SHARON EVANS Foods AQ BUDDY BLACK Algebra MONROE LEE -b 4 ii LHAVURH NLS JOHNNY ALLISON CHAQLES JLNNINQ5 AWR AX ,Q H . ruwwevm up Mew f'lmr!v-. 1,114 'ELJHOVU X Johm Nw c!CC?CC1.PAT.M.H.N,by"M 1 Wu: lux vans of 'P 1: IJRJCJUHT lwf-dy. Thfexf W BUFFORD WATSON ff- A , ,N V N mum 4 Q M 5 9 ,. , , "' , ff . ' . 5. QL , , w , . W , 9!'W' 469 .A .,,,, '-- 2 y 4, A ,. ,. kb hr wig CHAQLES JENrJlNL:b I c , I 1 1 . . XA A, X, 4 A , , , , , ax . . nd '1 NY- 'V " - """!E"'+' 1 ' 'f 'JY one, Ciumlm mm vuvcd Prmu: 'f if 'Fr'aerwdSMmp bw My SUUQM5 of ff. P-2. b.N X JOHrmy A 1 K, f fu ' L: 'uw wt, is ,-X 1JN BLIFFORD WATSON EDDIE WILT ROBINSON ROBERT , v 'OA , 1 p O! M it ' 'W ' f fl , ' W eg! 'W-if BUFFORD WATSON 'W ALLISON JOHNNY DON COPLEY MARTHA WUERFLEIN rm 'HQ QUINEIL ELLIOT fri N LAVON COPLEY x UI TWV XNUTNT TTRH X Il The Ou s around fudnnts who we Truly OUT sfandmg ID everything they parrlcrpare rn The eacners sere-cred La Von as Omsrandrnq Frl and Marrha and Qurnell as runners up andrng L:Oy and Cnlrl a i X S OTDH C DN I DQR Ti POLLY BRISCOE ROGER MITCHELL F R H A N CORALYN HICKS JAMES TOWNS CLASS FAXXVORTITES S EN Tl I DER MARTHA WEURFLEIN BEVERLY MARDIS .,.,.,, ,. .TL ANOTHER GINGER ROBERTS BOB SANDERS 3+ 2 QM C? QACZ nw W-mnt...,,,,,, W Q Q K s lv X 4 Q - vw -vn-nz ' 1 . xx wx 'll s 'X"CYlL"ll'S 41, ,.l Null lbl "Nice people are nor only happy in Themselves, They are The cause of hap- piness in ofhers." W U ,I v ii, NLLDSI Benjamin Franklin once said man empties hs urse rnfo s head no man can fake :T from him LAVON COPLEY BUFFORD WATSON , ..l RALPH TUNNELL v QUINEIL ELLIOTT Q lf s a gay old world when you re gay And a glad old world when you re glad Bur vvhefher you play or go follfng away If s a sad old world when you re sad Q9 K lgl r- 3 ooms FIELDS 1 6 4 BEVERLY MARDIS 1 If A shrnrng personality and good looks com brned IS a modern det: nrtron ot cute W 99 I ,.4f. Q.wl JLQA SI IIIx LQ o have worked IS to have succeeded we leave the results to trme Lite rs oo short to gather the harvest we can only sow I-0" RA1ulATl0ys 5 ll JOHNNY ALLISON QUINEIL ELLIOTT II RIL SIHIMI VIIOS II' B XSHIIVL IL Life's a pleasant institution, Let Us take it as it comes! 3x -GILBERT CLYDE MCMAHAN ARNETHA ELMORE ROBERT ROBINSON MARY MILLER 04101-CIUIKUO' M0 H, XVUTES Mow cg' L' fre il c nts "Curiosity is the only intelligence test which tells what one may be- come as well as what one is." JOE ROARK ANNETTE BLACK , . To know IS nothing at all- to Imagine IS everything. -A. FRANCE ,Y Y 'uc 'A 'AL A I Bl lo "1 la 31 'l'f5'fl' il M A C E1 fl ,N .fX'flA'fI C DLX G3 ROBERTA ELLIOTT BEVERLY MARDIS D P34 I , V X319 X .W wk, :I ww QW ,xi rm faq ,gag is , w 4, g .......:.-1-.L 5 v Y!! Q 'x .11- 1 Y LTA ni BRENDA SIMNACHER Presndent 'N RICHARD PILLOW LAVON COPLEY LQNIT THOMPSON Vfce Presuden? Secretary Treasurer eporfer KENNETH POWELL LEN GOODSEN ROSE LEE MILLEN MARTHA WUERFLIEN Parlamentarlan Student Councnl Rep DAVID MATHIS QUINEIL ELLIOTT The FTA was organized for the fnrst Tame In M H S Thus year H was organized by the Classroom Teachers Orgamzatlon A charter has been apphed for and IS well on :Ts Way To becoming a good organlza lon ff? MRS BLACKBURN MR BRADY MR BLCKEL- MRS KIRK 78 Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor ENQUIINIILIILR S LILTUB ALLISON JOHNNY BEARDEN KEITH BROWDER MRTIS COOPER HAROLD COPLEY DON President Vlce Presudent D Y If HICKS LARRY LARSON RONALD MILLS DAVID MILLS MARLIN Student Councul Representatuve Reporter less one of the best It was organized thus year and has as Its purpose tO develop an Interest In boys who already have a desire to become an englneer and enables them to get a prevuew of the engmeernng professuon One protect the members have undertaken us the making of a scale model of our hugh school bulldxng Interest In thus model has developed among the entire hugh school MR BRYAN BRADY Sponsor PILLOW RICHARD ROBINSON ROBERT SANDERS BOB SCARBROUGH ROBERT SIMNACHER LEON STEPHENS WESLEY SULLIVAN CHARLES TAYLOR DON TUNNELL RALPH WHITE CHARLES '1 'I fl 9 1 if lx .I , ,, , , Oo, ILL, RR , , , , The Engineers' Club is the newest club in Muleshoe High School, but, neverthe- .I . I . J . I I l I Treasurer Secretary 79 STL lltlt lXl'llx' QUU NTC llll OFFICERS Presudent Johnny Alluson Vuce Presudent Buddy Peeler Secretary Treasurer Brenda Smmacher Parlnamentarlan Naomi Watson Historian Rose Lee Mullen Reporter CUVTISS Browder Members ot the Student Counczl are the connecting link between the taculty and the student body With the guidance of the high school prlnclpal Mr Parker the councll has the opportunlty ot helping to formulate the regulation ot the school that comes vvlthln teacher and student lurlsdlctlon MR PARKER Sponsor The Student Councnl votes on an Issue fx 1- , ,w 1 xftw'-nws1,'1 "tv '-,T-'rt TAl't'T -1-1 all or lo, Mglirlff, .l 5 .lfx ML ll4,,l'f,o,lfllQtlf, Area Student Councll members register upon arrlval wtf SPASC QFFICERS Gerald Zybu,-a Lmlefleld P,-esmjenf Brenda A ttred group of Student Councvl members rest and chat wnth Mr Parker Slmnacher Nluleshoe Secretary Grant Carruth Tulsa Parltamentar BT Ylte Utd Of the l0fTQ diy nan Jnm Barr Lamesa Vnce Presndent As secretary school for T956 57 Muleshoe Htgh School hosted the South Plains Association of Student Councils on November TO The meeting was attended by 23 area schools The program for the day Included reglstratton, a banquet vartous dlscusslon groups and a coke break The day was concluded vvlth the General Assembly 8I l l :w - Nw T at ' I f ' , , 2 , ' , ' A ' . 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XIX 'T SHIRLEY MATTHIESEN Co Editor KW X ii. BUDDY BLACK Photographer K Wt' ' 1 I SENN SLEMMONS ANNETTE BLACK JIMMY MORRISON AcIvermcrrei11 Manager Typus1 Circulation Manager by page information concerning your school. We beams 10 guide you in reminiscing Through The Iwopc we have succeeded in casting The righf Yeaf I956-I957 of MUIGSIWOS High School. ' as ii ,A .f gl milf' 4 2274? ' wk 'M iffy ,ff , 1 i1Ef'f'2, 2' F ' 'if 13' ' 4? .,-,W-kg Q -M,-, . 47 1' was ff ' 4 .W , ff 1 b 1+ -nh' rw Vbiiffgfsf, JH ...Sw-fi, ?L x X k gs? W Wf W f Q Q! 'PEW m. ,, Y, X fs W V, 11 f 'MSQI' T 543135: KEITH BEARDEN JIMMY BYNUM PAUL CARTER QUINEIL ELLIOTT T, A0 B., CLUB Through the T.A.B. Club it is possible to pur- chase good, wholesome books af low prices. OFFICERS pfesadem sssssssssss D s..s DAVID sr. CLAIR ROBERTA BMS Sponsor Secretary ,,,,, .....,,,s,, Q UINEIL ELLIOTT Reporter ,,,,.. - ,..,,,,, ,,,,... M ARTHA WUERFLEIN Student Council Rep. . ,,,, RICHARD PILLOW RICHARD PII-LOW DAVID ST. CLAIR BUFFORD WATSON MARTHA WUERFLEIN it . ,,,vff' Qt I il A Top row: T Eason, R. Kelton, G, West, G. Thompson, D. Mathis, F, Cook, V. Vaughn. Second row: D, Weaver, D. Hickman, J. Garrett, G. Bartlett, A. Broyles, R. Sting, M. Weurtlein, l Dalton. Third row: B, Kunkel, D. St, Clair, N. Redvvine, M. Mitchell, C. Hayes, C. Cox, J. lngle. Not pictured: Serin Sleminons, Under the leadership ot the director, Mr. Paul Summersgill, the Muleshoe High School Choir has entertained many groups this year. These groups include the P.T.A., the Bailey County Unit of T.S.T.A., the Rotary Club and other civic organizations. Director, MR. PAUL SUMMERSGILL Backs Secretary-Treasurer Nl Wvirrflwin- Pri-sirlrartt F Cook Front Accompnnist, MARTHA VVFURFIFIN Vice President, R, Sims, Student Council Representative, G Bartlett 88 THlE', llallElE HAW7 STAFF Co Edntor Qulnerl Ellrott and Editor Curtrss Browder are preparrng the paper The actnvmes of our students and of our faculty members are chronicled ln our hlgh school news paper The staff tnes to report events nn a manner keepnng wzth the best of lournalrstrc efforts Thus year sponsored by the senior class and un der the dlrectlon of Mlss Roberta Bnles each Issue of the Hee Haw IS a looked for event On Issue day you can see the students eagerly reading the news and consnderung therr dimes well spent MISS ROBERTA BILES Sponsor One group of sensors starts the paper and anofher fin shes ,f ll+lFA Top row L Black D Shafer E Hawkuns B Mardus E Martm R Wnlnams L e n B Lowe Bottom row K Stevens S Leng K P Nl Jone J L Thom Nash R H xv? Xylxf B hop B Ktc ens T Clark R Ethn e Smallwood P Chnlders Bottom row T Angely B H Wagnon F Johnson D Ethndge The toundatuon upon vvhxch the Fu ture Farmers of Arnerlca organnzatuon ARM RS O IS buult Includes Ieadershnp character 'PT development sportsmanship coopera tion, service thrift and scholarship T prow B Rornlng L Kirk D Alexander R Langham J Wrlght B Stinson L Garlnngton T Buckle G Hicks R Kelton B Knowlton M Lee . Cherry, B. Adkms, J. Kemp, J. Stovall, . Durrett. X 1 X FFA no F A Y-. 1 4'Ci'L1o o row D Moore W Robznson Vaughn J Garlungton J Seagraves Bot rn row J I M Sea Shanks J Vinson G Fullerton R Good wm Top row J Dunham J Blalock B Stevenson F Weurfleun T Bratcher B Harmon Bottom row John Gross K Angely S Wrllson L Wrm berly J D Jackson The Muleshoe F F A Chapter IS con srdered an outstandxng chapter In the area havlng produced many winners such as Bud Black Ruchard Greene and Ralph Rommg, who receuved The Lone Star Farmer Degree rn 1956 Top row K Powell R Shafer J Young J Roark, B. Mardis, B. Black, D. Eubanks. Bottom row: D. Stevens, D. Stephens, R. Roming. The members of this first place district winner Junior Chapter Con- ducting team are-Back, left to right: L. Dean, J, Bishop, J. Childs, R. Hunt, J. Nash. Front row. B. H. Wagnon, E. Hawkins, D. Ethridge, I K. Phipps. These pictures all exemplify value of the F.E.A. boy's motto: LEARNING TO DO, DOING TO LEARN, EARNING TO LIVE, LIVING TO SERVE. P' 515' 'Xu 'hut-19 F PM OF . Winning third place in the district F.F.A. Quiz were: K. Stephens, J ll-ie lrue Dawson, and T. Angley. , QW? vi i .sz-I M ' LcIt to right: Joe Roark, Treasurerg Bud Black, Secretaryg Bill Harmon, Sen- tinel, Richard Greene, Presideritg Ralph Roming, Reportcrg Jack Dunham, Vice President, II? II? A A 11 u o 4 Ji: 'ff F.F.A, Sponsors MR, Bill BICKFL MR JERRY ADAMS I7 'Ii' .X SW' If 'I?1"I" I I 'IQ JN IQ 'I' PI ,IEW i1 "I fl IQ 'Ie, DORIS ANN FIELDS POLLY BRISCOE The FFA. hoys elected pretty Doris Ann Fields as their Chapter Sweetheart by popular vote. She gets to attend many area meetings with them. x r -Z-Q The boys also kept in mind the word "pretty" when choosing their Plow Girl. By popular vote, Polly Briscoe was chosen for this honor. ill me '11-px 93 iP.H.A. +Ogft1l'lW9x 1' '4'1ie1 vltwlhilg or f" X 4' fs - 1'-.V 3 we Yi "' 2 lmaftilwfftl E X- ' yu 141 D , ' -X H, Oiaffnlll.-Q-SAO? to Ns w nov 5 rin LYNN HONEYCUTT Q. Elliott, S. Matthiesen, D. Fields, L. Thomas, B. Woods, J. Kemp, J. Scar President brough, J. Shankles, K. Bruns, N. Watson, M. Johnson, S. Cooper, V. Flatt P. Briscoe, R. Elliott, J. Green, B. King, S. Burkhart. DELORES CANNON Vice President MRS. OLA B. JONES The girls in F.H.A. learn the es- sentials of homernaking and bettering their lives today so that they will be prepared for the future. ln the year's work they stress abili- ties in food preparation and clothing, and fulfill their rnotto which is- "Tovvard New Horizons." W SA DY'l RISCOE l Se retary " s twist , ff MARY JO HOLT Treasurer 1 ,' .j wipe' - ' L ft 2 lynn' t-'if R. Hicks, P. lnman, C. Hicks, N. Julian, M. Ellis, S. Evans, L. Howell, M Mitchell, S. Logan, E. Morow, N. Redwine, A. Shofner, J. Ward, S. Weeks J. Murrah, P. Milligan, P. Hall. fx r 1 F.H.A. Zb7,,,, BONNIE vvooos Historian C. Coulter, M. Gross, R. Richards, J. Harrison, P, Barrett, M. Surratt, S. Daven DORlS CHWDER5 ,- ,fn- port, N, Moore, S. Briscoe, J. McGuire, D. Childers, G. Roberts, N. Allison, Parllamemarlan J. Puckett, P. Nowlin, D. Cannon, M, Holt, E. Evans The purposes of F.H.A. are to 'further friendship, to develop appre- ciation of things relating to home eco- nomics, to keep in touch with broad- er fields of knowledge, and to keep N-AOMI WATSON up with recent developments in home economics not touched in the regular curriculum. , 1 MRS. FARNEST BROCK Sponsor Songleader LA VON COPLEY Pianist D Wagnor R Lewis S Cherry J Jarmon L Gregory L Honeycutt I POLL Y BRISC Cortez M Adkins J Burton K Phillips M Shafer K Brown R Turner Reponer OE S Moore L Cooper L Copley S Darsey S Allison T Billingsly D Actkin son N Thompson D Hickman ,WE-f' 4 M W 5 Y' ' ei L w F 1 'Y x J-vm-if lf' , ' S E . , fi: , , Q , 53? ' 3? 1 'ix 1 1 .4 g X.. xv. Y -1 15 is 1' xx MM SK I 'wL.,,, , Ynliij U 'Z' zz' N me-M, v .. 'v MW ' .si ww? 5 I : 2 ' ' N ., ,M ,. gyfgrfrlti 4 4 E S33 J . X 44- Am itw fx ' Q I , Qi. . J 5' k 'Q :ff y 1' 4 bf f fi Q -2, Wy Q25 A M V 53 A , B, er M if , . N .,., 3-:LQ-1 ,. M V ?ff'fifgl .. .., P - F' Ma. Q .WV , 1 ni YE I. if R In ,A 1 W jf! ,,lEi if 3355 wif' igfifwlgffii? We . . A 'qgiy ' ..: 5 5 .H -if 1 . Em, .,-ff Viz fgjiciafki W J fi ' C ll il ililli1lRllslli'.A ill ililllt NANCY JULIAN JUDY HANK5 LAINE EVANS SHIRLEY MATTHIESEN QUINEIL ELLIOTT E Head Cheerleader Spirit, leadership, and much enthusiasm are synonyms for our cheerleaders. Quineil Elliott, a senior, led as head cheerleader and with the help of Elaine Evans, Shirley Matthiesen, Judy Hanks, and Nancy Julian represented our school well. Their exhibition ot enthusiasm always produced a winning spirit among the student IPIEIP CIIAIUIB The Pep Club is an organization whose main purpose is to back our football team. Their willingness and cooperation in helping the cheerleaders lead the rest of the student body in yells is ap- preciated. body. OFFICERS President SHIRLEY MATTHIESEN Vice President NAOMI WATSON Secretary-Treasurer NANCY JULIAN Student Council Rep. JERRE KEMP Reporter ,NELL MOORE Back, left to right: E. Evans, R. Lewis, R, Richards, L. Lookadoo, Back, left to right: A. Long, Woods, B. Ogletree, M. Blaylock J. Harrison, L. Bowers, S. Evans, M. Mitchell. Middle row: S. S. Cherry, L. Gregory, A, Broyles. Middle: V. Lowery, B, Dur Matthiesen, Q, Elliott, R. Turner, M. Gross, E. Morraw, B. Byrd. rett, J. Kemp, K. Bruns, N. Moore, J. Scarbrough, N. Thompson Front: N. Watson, S. Burkhart, S. Cooper, J. Nowell, P. Milligan, M. Woodard, Front: P. Crandall, J. Hanks, N. Julian, S. Sanders E. Jacobs, B. Anders. D. St. Clair, G. Bartlett. WOODWIND Back rovv Susan Allison Robert Robinson Sandra Darsey Priscilla Inman Max King Middle row Randall Gore Larry Kark Monroe Lee Pat Barrett Sherry Allison Front row Delores Cannon La Von Copley Nan Allison Janelle McGuire Jeanne Gray Charlene Coulte LOW BRASS Back rovv Richard Kelton Charles Walters Ross Langham Mozelle Ellis Kenneth Johnson Middle rovv Don Copley Charles White Eugene Morrison Bob White Front row Linda Millen Wonette Jones Latoyia Howell 1? , W 'W If A ,ry K ,, ., ,lx All ii, s I, Agn My . r Afr 4 f 1 , .W A ' -QL .ha i mi " s ffm I R ffl X MQW .ix if PERCUSSION Kathy Phillips Tommy Thompson Rose Lee Mlilen .La Quinna Dalton Sandra Moore James Towns W I f f n 'G f . 11. QC BRASS Back row David Mathias Sandra Weeks Kenneth Evans Lyndal Fletcher Middle rovv .lack Roubinek Wesley Stephens John Lee Howard Front row Bill Culvvell Tornmy Biclcel Magann Lamb Lone Millen Wlll ll Qlllbl lCDl'l llllllflllll SVI ll Jill, .r...1.-nj ,, W6 'U VVOODVVIND5 Back row Alva Lee Shafner Doris Ann Gilbrearh Morna Beth Shafer David St. Clair Front row Kay Brown Darlene Novvlin Sue Logan Palsy Novvlin Tornmy Thompson tl. 'na - ,+ 0 U QV,- Q. JI. The suxty-seven piece marching 5-is-.... '-an-.... band as seen on the stree1s of Muleshoe, gj' QW iii A N U MAJORETTES Back Janelle McGuire Laquinna Stone June Ward Front Doris Fields Ann Gholson LaVon Copley T iw i Y i '-T Rose Lee was chosen band sweetheart by the band for the 1956-57 season. She was crowned at the Olton game Oct. 26, by Kenneth Powell, President. BAND OFFICERS President. ,, ,,,,,, ,KENNETH POWELL Vice President ,, ., ,ROSE LEE MILLEN Secretary ,,,, DORIS FIELDS Treasurer LA VON COPLEY Reporter , , DELORES CANNON Student Council Rep. , ,,,,,, HMAX KING lOl Wnw-mulnlnu W? x-'MN K V fs 3 r QM, ' -. , ,Vf?"'1' ,Q f Nf- ' fl L' ffviiri x : , .. , .N . n f- rffy xx r -- Wim fi Y Q K ti ,.. f 5- M Ts' f fl. A ZINQH' ,Ea we 1 'Aff-fyyb fx "Jn ,mlm 7 , 'S " "" "+--. Q, 'm ,,g"" ,iw "mv V , . ',.,,1i'.?ipSn 'viii-I -. '17 YV' J- v. - , ,- -f l . QW I SN If A Ja TFHHIZ DHLWJESHKDM MLMMB IKQFJID THHNQQUEEN PWlfkI3fY'AUCD llHfDHA7F ...nm 4 5 Y 7 L Captains -A Su YH!" i I Q JOHN YOUNG FOOTBALL '5?f,i.. . W,A. ,..f.,...l91,1 UQQWVX 'Q 11 ug H5 BLLL BLACK : 5 , UAVILJ KHLPHLRU DOYCF THFENFP G ar ml Managers CHARLES JLNNINC5 End Two lmters ,-'EHS 1 lr' ,Q-9' L , , ,, , 'H' L W A iff", 1. Coaches WAYNE MANTOOTH BILL TAYLOR CHARLES MQCLURE BOB STACK ROYCE TURNER Guard One Letter 4-fr asa! WN ii' 44 -suv sf' A'-' '1.ze,-"1-ff , A 'iv 5.518 ., KN? A , "K+ I 1 . 11 fi 'G' G, 0 A mvwr ' , ft 5 Q. 1 - A . Va, .l G f L MA v ' , ,I 5' .- fy Q Mir, ' Y' , x A . - ' L ' ' ' Q .Q ,. . j"A. ss' L A ',1'v,,r vi 11 . ny... f' "' lr? . ,, 4 x 'f -,ff itil y 4 'V 'ii . ' . '-. I ' 4 .V ' 4 V 4 , I . 'f'. -.fi .7 ' 4 , 5-' .5 H, ' fe, f, ,- 0, 1, .1 If xl L- ,U . . . - A -P.--,1".' . ., ' . Www... ,, keen- ijitgg it 'ff 'i gf, I 1 JOE ROARK, center JOHN YOUNG, Back DONNIE SHAFER Back 3 letters 3 letters, Captain l letter llfti M D'lli'llti A llall, Muleshoe 28 Portales O The Muleshoe Mules opened their T956 season by surprising every one, including the experts, by crushing the Portales Rams 38-O. The Nlules scored in every quarter to smash the Rams in this inter-state con- test. Quarterback Dick Johnson proved to be a capable tield general by playing out- standingly in this opening contest. John Young skirts end tor a good gain. BOB SANDERS, Tackle BlLL BLACK, Back DON ALEXANDER, Tackle 2 letters 2 letters, Captain I letter ,-, ,Q as-V mir' WUt Q Q SN 'LFS 4' 9 Q 'f X K 1 JOHN CARY, Guard SEN i3 Q., J 1 a i f f- fy, A ex Gsm 'R Q ' M X -5 If ,S x , F Q W I fi V' 1751 Fila , iff ,fm .w A , V, 1 ,egg if Qs if 5 ,E 1 EDDIE vvru, End EDGAR MARTIN, Guard DICK JOHNSON Back 3 IQ11er3 2 letiers Molesnoe 12 Drmrniff O Muleshoe gaffrered ifs forces To beaf Dimmiff 12-O in a conference Tilf. This game feafured fine defensive play by bofn Teams buf The Mules offense, Ied by its powerful forward wall, proved To be foo much for The Dimmiff Bobcafs. DERRELL owne, Em 1 Ie-rrer YQ X1 .fx Mufe defenders naft a Morton Indian. IHURMAN LLARK, Iacklc JACK DUNHAM, Back 1 fewer gf' vw., J,-. 34 A 4 E IM My S' IIS A S Ili IIi1'YII'II3 A IIJIIA, IIDII SWFII3 II ICT QC IHI A M IIDII ff IIEAA Coach Maniooth with hrs starrung team Left io right Don Alexander Don Copley Eddie Walt Coach Bobby Sanders Bull Black Charles Jennungs Manager DAVID SHEPHERD Manager BOB STACK I I2 The Mules are dnscussang their newly won champronshsp 88 ' Hr Nil 1"l,fliE1S IN TRAlffli l ike I -if 3 Coach Taylor and Coach McClure l The Mules track squad has iust begun its spring workouts. Many boys have shown great interest in this sport and there will be several returning lettermen to better the tearn. This looks like a promising year for the Mules' cindermen. T is . lbnj-5 1... zulu Back row, left to right. Bill Black, Don Alexander, and Bob Front row: Charles Jennings, Eddie Wilt, Donnie Shafer, and Young. I X 4 -,X of-'9 x ' C Xu Xu ' Back row, left to right: Royce Turner, Leroy Correlez, and Dick uk Johnson. Front row: Leon Atchinson, Roger Mitchell, Darrell Oliver 'rr ' kQ and Doyce Turner. s N' A fi s i T - il? J .,l img! TRACK Back row left to nghf Jack Dunham Marlm Mulls and Jack Wright Front row Gerald Shanks Jerry Blalock Joe Kung and Edgar Marnn g Manager DAVID SHEPHERD Back row left to nght John Cary Eugene Hawkms and Dewey Left to right Teddy Eason Gene West and Ray Precure Moore Front row Henry Kung .Iurnmy Myers and Ross Langham 1 . 1 A I I I A - i , r ' , , P5 g 1 K l fl ,Xxgl X psfyql, , ' 1 , ', ' 2 , f . : A , ' , . ' x g hw 'nik 3 Q, fi-an Ollie 'brig EM KM 8 F ' Cf' F' 9' -fi -ex., ff . Qwgb- K, 4 ,lf f Y V' f I ,R ig ' L f ,ff ' "?3"'i1 , 1 5 , ' g. er f4- V ., f' 1 ,Hy Y x x Q R 'W E xl 's oe to jg'-wg 1' 4? sk- KIXX 'Wx' ff' 5'v"'-img n ':'. . . 4 ,, II9 40' iw ,nrf .MH f-15' C ptaln Jan Puckett Coach Bull Taylor and Managers La Juana Thomas and Ginger Roberts Captaln Shlrley Matthuesen 5 li NSN 'TBA l l l of Aww wM ,.....v---'+""' Back row P Myers, S Evans, M Gross, L Howell, E Morow Front row P Mullugan, N Julian, J Murrah, J Harnson , 13513: Q ... I .. "'7'f24-we Q V , ' A .. 5 ' ""' 5 a . I , I A . "ll"l ll J I Nl ll . A X , 4 lkl..'Xl.1x ,4,ttxl. ,1.J ,..1.1 f f X 1 J J Vl xl l 41 4 JIS A ,JA Nl T ' 'V W l . if Q , , ffffh' , .f . ff' , ,J A L G aj ., . , '41 j V, J f ,fi ww ' i W , A" - 1, N W! A sr M, A, . . f X J t lka , , ,E bs H, 4 l 5 ' A JT ff V A--ma. , Q fkmwmjwm-.N...,mMMffW' 1, rr mm 1 ' M' lf, -ff-f 4 .H ....--W-M-.W if . fl I -s oouusuuf TERRY DILL SENN SLEMMONS DON TAYLOR TOMMY THOMSON 440 Tommy Terry Senn Don and Max Kung havung fun LasT year The Muleshoe Hugh Golf Team won The dusTrucT T A TuTIe and Thurd un The reguonal meeT Thus year The boys are To play un Three hugh school TournamenTs before enTerung The clusTrucT meeT These TournamenTs wull be aT Odessa Brown wood and Amarullo Q2 X Sh., rx . Rx , A ' W T xx I 'Q . Xl' " - V El my- 5-. N7 ' X - . xx X X ' L, x 3- ' N 2, 'L ' ' X s 3 . . W ,Hi my , X . rx I' If 11,4 . 4 ',V,w.t t.,-'muv3ge ,M + Qxwwm, ' 'V 4 WWQMXQWGH W.. .Y kmi, L L L , my ' Zz f ' M- ws . ,iff Q nm wmv V , ,W ww, ,.-31 ,Q N A: f w-gwpaf wx . L rw "w-...gn , N l Nw' MR. TROY PERKINS BA., Texas Tech The photographer catches Mr. Perkins filling out a Tardy-slip for student, I24 ,ll'TillDl3 llliill .,,Y.1-,-,v lll4lfNfcll9,XlJ Under the capable leadership of our Q Junior High Principal, Nlr. Troy Perkinsf 1 our Junior High School grows in size and 5 ' preslige each year, By praising us, de- fending us, and correcting us when we are wrong, Mr. Perkins merits The respecf of our student body. V X. The telephone helps Mr. Perkins Peffofm his iob with quick efficiency Mr. Perkins records the absemees in' his daily attendance book. JUNHOR HMHH FAC, ULTY English, History MRS. JOHN MRS- ED WATSON JOHNSON Geography, Science P,E., Mathematics English HISTOVYI M6Ti'T9m6TlCS MRS. ELDON MR. DENVER MRS. EVERETT MRSA ANDY PAGE DALY LAMBERT BEHRENDS Mathematics History, Government Geography, Science Ef1QiiSi'l MR, JOHN MISS LEONA MRS. JACK MRS. LUTHER LUMSDEN PATTERSON BEDDINGFIELD CLEGG f 3 Geography, Science History English Mathematics MR, R. E. MRS. JESSE MISS VERA MR. LUTHER BRATCHER THOMPSON MOSTELLER CLEGG '25 N l' James Shepherd HDR ll fS'T'XNlDlNCL Q Sa hdra Howard These Two sTudehTs were selecTed by The TaculTy as The boy and gurl who besT exemplify The Ideals of The school on The basis of scholarship personaluTy leadershnp and cmzen s up Al SWISS VK T H Goldualu Goucher EIecTed by The sfudem' body by popular voTe, These Two students per somfy The sp1rrTofM J H In frlendln ness, co operahon, athfudes and achlevemems I27 A , VM , 'TY X ' W pflxr, ,.1.u.f., .Q 'v s 1 fi. A1635 W , it . v wi, ,. L' ' as Q I if, 3 f 'M X 5 s 4 ' asf' M, F iw w1g,'kZ5,g,Qff, 'ax i 'M 4 'if tx w. 3, Hg., , ' '71. A ' A Y e',,' ,lyk 'Y , Wg: :- 4 m mm i X 1 1 , .,.-Q. .. 's Q M 'W . 2,25 ' """w -N fra R ? r 5 gag VM Ji' I, ' Q A 1- . fs ,. ' 1 'An as 5 Mi. 3 v- T., S' , . r gmfvzg , - ii amffi " .H Ag? i if 'ylydf QW '!""" QW? 1.4 ,J A ..: ,M ,. 11' . " Q' UL Q, ,1,,., X: ,f W. 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Puckett lvan Reeder Fern Richardson Mike Richardson Stanley Robison Billy Roming Rita Rucktashel Roxie Rush Jackie Sanders Jane Sanders Richard Scarbrough Glen Schaefer Jackie Shelton James Shepherd Delores Shoemaker Mary Sowder Karen Stephens Freddy Stewart Sandra Taylor Donna Thomas Pat Thomson Theresa Toten John Van Dyck Benny Walters Sharon West George Whatley Todd Wilt Gerald Wyatt 1 2 J?"-vel MW: ' W..-l -' ti- Q N. VJCHlWlllfM NDP, ..1, .. . Vlok53l'XXlNRllPh LYNDA GILLIS RONALD JULIAN FBI campaign posters entertain Glen Phipps Ronnie Free man and Wayne Malone. Linda Bartley Gene Bates Rickie Bell Travis Bessire George Birdsong Ronnie Black LaNelIe Boothe Jim Bryant Darlene Buhrman Melba Buhrman Juanita Burkett Kay Burreson Mike Cabrera Raymond Cabrera James Calder Johnny Caralez Marvin Cave Delfido Chavez LaVon Childs Doris Cooper Geraldine Cooper Mary Corneilison Jerry Don Coulter Leon Crandell Mary Crawford Trayis Creamer Betty Crow Theron Dalton Trudy Davis Richard Flores Ronnie Freeman Robert Gamble Don Gardner Robert Garlington Johnny Garrett Evangelina Garza Billy Gilbreath Wayne Gilliland Doris Gregory Lonnie Grubbs Danny Gunstream Tommye Hail Jerry Don Haley Georgia Hall Jerry Lee Harp Sandra Harris Alene Hawkins Richard Hawkins Robert Hendrix Shirley Henry Sandra Hodges Priscilla Hollingsworth Julia Hollis Carolyn Sue Holmes Jerry Howard Peggy Howell James Hudson Ira Lea Inman Linda Jackson Junior Jacobs O. V. Jacobs Latrica Johnson Ronda Johnson Cliff Jones Jimmy Kinser Lyndal Kinser Johnny Kizer Marvin Knowlton Stacy Lackey Lynn Lenau Justin Long Glennas Lowe Larry Lumpkin Linda McComack Benny McDaniel Wayne Malone Verna Martin Brenda Melson Rita Milligan Jimmy Mitchell George Niemen Albert Owen Lily Pedroza Donald Peel Robert Perkins Glenn Phipps Sue Phipps Gerry Pierce Sylvia Pool Carolyn Pruitt Eddie Puckett John H. Puckett Dixon Ray Jackie Redwine Maria Reed Henry Reid Gwen Roberts Mary Sanders Anita Schmitz Bill Schoolcratt Paul Shepherd Nelson Shipman Ann Simnacher Jerry Spivey Kenneth Splawn Jackie Stallings Juanita St. Clair Donnie Stephens Louise Stinson Bobby Stovall Harvey Thomas Kay Thomson Haven Tiley Wayne Tunnell Joe Paul VanDyck Dorothy Vinson Dale Vise Mary Ellen Wedel Dwayne Welch Johnny West Tommy Whatley Bob White Clifford White Billy Widner Johnny Wilkins Linda Wingo Stanley Wood LaWanda Wright Jerry Wright Jim Young 012195 1 ,.,1 'lr '1 X , L 9 Slii'VElY'T'l'tl JGRATNLA CLASS llt'AVURll'llx'l:'B BILLY GlLBREATH ANITA SCHMITZ ff . 1' If-J 1 4 V Q E 1 . ,M f , 5 V 3 E 5 38 ggi!! '?M 5 Q ggi 1 , 1 L. 45305 j . N -V H-. sax K K 1 S, 5 M 'ww nfm. ,Am F , Qi 5' ,1 am , f 32. , N .1 ,. If 21 ,5 'A M fx SQA wx f MQ sw I A' V Qi W 4 BS' nr 'x Q M Wg g aff Y ff 413 M AS psi 22:3 ? . W MN' ar-A. .wi W I Q- ff' J!! W -,.1 Q 3 - 2,3 Q v R W ,fm K ' I -r Ai: ff! I xiii? 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'AT 5 1 - gf I X' , ' .4 i ,., , . 1,1 54321 Vw 3 K W ., ,sm Y IV' Mig ggggf 'rm v ,. -:W - f-- , .:, gfl1wfQ951,Y' 3 W 1 , ,A k A WMA A-2 - ' f 5 k 55 if IJ' .Q Q I ,img ,,., 3 V ag f:,.j H fe Ami Theresa Thomas Jim Thomson Johnny Tidwell Frank Tittle Mary VanDycl4 Jeannie Waller Paula Walter Carol Walters Fred Watrous Della Weaver James West Gerald White Janet White Jeri Wiedebush Judy Williams Robert Williamson Sue Willman Roger Wilson Gennelle Wyatt Karen Wynn SIlX'il"iHl Q li CLASS NX Ulfill NICKI SOOTER DICK ALLISON Muleshoe Hereford Muleshoe Canyon Muleshoe Olton Muleshoe Dumrnutt Nluleshoe Lrttlefrelcl Muleshoe The Tu I6 football season was not a very profltable one for the eughth graders as far as the scoreboard IS concerned flnrshung wlth one wan to flve losses But the experlence and practlce galned wnll be lnvalu able as future Mules Front row Kung Walt Blackwood Brllmgsley Parker Ormqderff McAdams Clark Robrson Scarbrough Back row Heard Grddens Sanders Patton Batts Julaan Bar ron Shepherd Jones Wyatt Maller 5109 1 ce 595 rnmaqe 10 plac l ders SU' la Q13 Elghl Front row Welch Bell Splawn Wood Creamer Whatley Haley Freeman Puckett Bryant Lackey Long Trley Back row Vase Jacobs Corralez Young Whrte Gulbreath Wrlght Shlpman Hendrlx Besslre Peel Black Tunnell Redwrne Prerce Bates Spuvey Lumpkm l40 Nluleshoe Muleshoe Muleshoe Muleshoe Muleshoe Muleshoe Thus Hereford Canyon Olton Dlmmlt Llttlefreld Tu 1a the seventh graders fun lshecl the season wlth two wlns three losses and one game 'fred fl1?2fll,?'l 5l'fl"ll'l l. 'r li 1. 'X Ufleil l3'Uf D'ff"lS fljla, 3 gg rl Q 6. q 2 lA 7 A ' I9 l 21 ' ' 63 I4 I' 6 r' . A A Sfl'5lVllflXi'Vfl1'llll C '11l+i..fXflDIl-Fl WUCYlll'll5All,,ll,11 6 6 o 27 2l 7 13 ' ' 7 7 ' ' I3 0 I' 21 I , . 1 l Front row: McBee, Spies, Lancaster, Robison, Billingsley, Miller, Lengefield, Baker, Scarbrough. Back row: McAdams, Jones, Blackwood, Gore, Shepherd, King, Patton, Oringderff, Sanders, 'l ii ll t if 'l il 'T' 'l il f 'i R fX'lD'la51 .,.. ,... . c.,.s , ., 1- . xwtfignwt-iv i i l5.1N5lx.l., .I .l5..X,l.,.l., The eighth graders are drawing their season to a close with only tvvo defeats and five wins, and three games yet to be played. They are at present ranked in third place district wide, but hope to improve on their standing in the re- maining conference games. They triumphantly brought home the first place trophy from the Morton Tournament to grace the shelves of the trophy case. , . - i. ' 1+ , f-i Sli' V'li'.'Y"l"'l'l i "Ll-2 'X'l3l9', 'li 'XS'Kll4l"li'li Nl, The seventh graders have had a very active and profitable basketball season. Out of the seven con- ference games they have played, these iunior Mules have won six and lost one. Three conference games remain to be played. They are one of the leading contenders for the district championship. COACH MCCLURE Front row: Wilkins, Mitchell, Shipman, Bates, Bell, Morgan, Wood Birdsong, Haley, Whatley. Back row: Vise, Corralez, Hendrix, Red wine, Spivey, Tunnell, Weathers, Jones, Coutler, Stovall. 5 s' wig Front row: Malone, Splawn, Bessire, Peel, Ray, Howard, Wright, Calder, Gardner, Shepherd. Back row: Gunstrearn, Bryant, Pierce, Gilbreath, Creamer, White, Young, Perkins, Lackey, Black. l4I Front row Shoemaker Burge Embry Rucktashel Gwinn Evans Second rovv Hodges Sanders Howard Gllis Autry Cooper Goucher fltl ll ls Y? H 'lllll Fl Cl VR D lli Url llli LS fl? 'li lli"lll'fl?: A ll,,ll, These iunior Nlulettes have copped three consolation Trophies to give new lite to the trophy case. Of all games played they have won six and lost three. ln conference play they have broken even vvith two wins and two losses. There are two games yet to be played MR D DALY Sllz FN'llx'ilalC R XlDil llilfll S ls Vwlxl ll5Xl1 COM The seventh grade girls have had a very fine season vvith only one loss out of the four conference games played Two games remain to be played They have participated in two tournaments and have won ll of the T5 games played They are a leading contender for first place in the district MR. J. O, LUMSDEN Coach Front row. Cooper Inman Wedel Henry Schmitz Burhman Gregory Lowe. Back row: Lenau Bartley Howell Davis Nlelson Thomason Boothe Harris, S VY 'Lp- Mm ,...f" www DONNA GUINN Edltor REPORTERS Front row Aylesworth, Connell, Englush, Hart, Green, Sooter Back row Bryant, Sprvey, Ray, Johnson, Burkett, Inman, Melson, Gregory I44 'Wur- Lenau Taylor Lamb Goucher Malone Gnlbreath -sm-an .-4.-U 4' W aw REPORTERS Front row Evans Goodvvnn Embry Thomson Back row Johnson Mc Adams Scarbrough Lancaster The F Bl as the name glven to Junior Hugh school paper The lnltnals stand for Feed Bag Information lt IS a semlmonthly publication for vvhlch the staff ns elected by the student body at the begrnnung of the school year Edrtor Assocrate Editor Boys Sports Editor Girls Sports Edffor Gossip Edrtor Fashions Editor Busmess Manager Donna Gurnn Magann Lamb Wayne Malone Sandra Taylor Lynn Lenau Goldnalu Goucher Dorls Gulbreath 4 6: ' Tl tt 1 , S '1 ' '1 " llt lli tl t l lt alt " . o ru o 4 .4 . , . ..-.. ' r 3 W of ' 9 re T 4 A ' f f f 1 , I . 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I 6, I i W, f I .I xg 1 YP, .1 1 '65 .-"-'Mi I Ev xx X K 4 I . 1 0 Lf I Muff A ' C A' ' D9 W I u Wil' 'fm ' l , 1 bg. ' ' ' I ' V ' 403 EVANS OIL COMPANY Cosden Jobber IVIUIeSI'lOe Texag GASOLINE AND BUTANE Box 465 Phone 6500 MULESHOE TEXAS """E'i Noon af +I1e Snack Shack If musl really be a womans world now' WESTERN FERTILIZER CO WesI'ern 66 Co Bob Kung MULESHOE TEXAS Beverly Darrell and Wayland VISIT flue WesI'ern Ferhllzer Company as Ag boys INSURANCE AuI'o-Fare Haul Life Polio Acclden+s HosplI'aIlzahon LlablIz+y Inland Marme Bonds BAILY COUNTY FARM BUREAU OFFICE W R. IRoyl Carler Lonme Bass We are always In 'Ihe marker for gram and seed GILBREATH SEED 81 GRAIN CO. Phone 2070 Muleshoe, Texas 'pb . ,I evans 9 .f ' ll' Q LV, k .. q ' I - . 'tif WEST PLAINS HOLT'S PHARMACY -I-AS-I-Y CREAM WILSON SANDERS LUMBER COMPANY 7I3O I vifbo--M. mfrnns W' 54 'ja if Z'-'W we-Q, - I !.!o1,-4,414 7,0-QV ffbvfbgf-x 64 Od, RAY GRIFFITHS AND SONS S7llyWOTaTTNFeLZj!arfcT Seedeibd MULESHOE A TEXAS "'7aLv.Cv ' ...L ff 1 f flf 'AAA D H S D SUPPLY CO C R ANTHONY CO POOL INSURANCE AGENCY MII1 T MULESHOE JEWELRY MuIesI1oe, Texas Muleshoe, Texas Phone MuIesI'1oe, Texas '-'aiu Q L1 'PIIV-J:-34,0-4. 5-f ff I , .' f :L face, n4f:fffn,. 72 ffwrf . F- , W5 '4 "' I Cu J, C - 1 7 ' us fbi A-www 7 ' J- .4 422' ff liuugg, J" V , gi, V r ' IPL" ' r E - 1 ' 11 4. ' LQ., - ' I .r I if ,A .fCg,x. f' ,., I iff - ' ' ' ' ai " if S , S ff CW'fM, H: ,WL ,V -A IM J " IX! Y VL I .K fag. M f I Q Lab, L L . ,, - ,N Z lg A- . I . ' xJ L L kk . .fJ..4f -,I , L AL- A I ,R V 4, J , X - I , . i ff ff' 4 ffl! xZr'j,,f 4-f?,,gl4! I - V ,za ' xnhvyr " ! X I fi U ' , xv A7 J " ..-c,rfwf'1,f.4,, , W . 4,f 6.2-7,1-X ,Li -1 1 I wfyk Z iff , I . . NEE . O O MuIesI1oe, Texas ' MuIesI'1oe, Texas MuIesI'1oe, Texas ues oe, exas ROCKEY SUPPLY Muleshoe, Texas DAIRY MART MuIes and MuIeHes Rendezvous CLIVE BLAND-CLOVIS HIGHWAY GRACE BENTON INS. AGENCY McCORMICK'S UphoIs+ery 8: Drapery Shop All Types of Insurance DRAPERY, HARDWARE, AND SUPPLIES BQX 502 PHQNE 6460 MULESHQE I009 Wesf ISI' Phone 6600 Box 643 MULESHOE. TEXAS CROSS ROADS CAFE Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Baker MOORE LAUNDRY MULESHOE' TEXAS Muleshoe. Texas GALLARN EAU BROTHERS Our Business Is Nu+s SINCE I937 Candy and Gum AMARILLO TEXAS MULESHOE STATE BANK MuIeshoe Texas LEWALLEN S SHAMROCK SERVICE Truck S+op Dnscoun+ 'ro Truckers DleseI and Gas Goodyear Tlres and BaHerles Road Service SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO Pho e 4070 Bo 3 MULESHOE TEXAS mf- f J .IEEE 5 . .31 I' A ,,i,, , . .. I ... U ll 0 ll I I I ll ll Jamie Lewallen, OperaI'or n x I I4 I ' ' ' v v ' ff . Q I gg Q A. A , U f f ,, L, , A I ' . RQ K 2- Q . S f I 1 4 . , ' ' A 'if WM, ig'-1 rim, I U I 'off' f, 'f,'g',.fQfw3 , ' SLA COB S Your Friendly Deparfmeni' Siore PHONE 4090 MULESHOE TEXAS ns""' Wx JOHNSON 84 POOL CIRJY CLEANERS B F Goodrnch Goodyear YL Hp rd E ,C++ MULESHOE TEXAS I MUL H05 TEXAS THE FASHION sHoP I 'VII' LESd7'IOE AUTO PARTS r ParI's Headquar'rers Muleshoe Texas The e 731 MuIesI'1oe Texas J B 81 C MOTORS Becker and Curry Owners PIQNEER NATURAL GAS Chrysler Indus+r1aI Engines X Fuel for 6 Growmg Emplre Sales and Service MULESHOE TEXAS Servuce On All Makes of Cars PHONE 4I30 MULESHOE TEXAS CompInmen+s of FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MULESHOE Member F DIC Ll I , ,I .If-WT. ,ky . ' . uejfvj yr LJ J I II my I . - PJ 5 U INF . N I I f I I fl .VU kyle? V, , Ui I! X IA LL If X Q 01, I ,JCQLN J ,cy I fy, X lf ' I J ' Culp' V' ,X VIA, U' I MA if LI If IRIX IIII If X W F' I7Iqz,'Jj1 'P - II? NY I I A WNV II. ' It 1 of f 'I .' . I I MULESHOE FLORAL ST CLAIR STORES Muleshoe Texas Muleshoe Texas BEN FRANKLIN HICKS TRACTOR CO Muleshoe Texas Mule-shoe Texas J M II I LBORN HUNKIES ELECTRIC Q BEAUTY SHQP Muleshoe Texas 4wayHbIQ,r Sha In SHOE TEXAS P M CASHWAY GROCERY Where Friends Mee+ and Prlces Talk Phone 2440 2250 Box 557 WE GIVE GUNN BROTHER STAMPS Hxxx These are grocer es777 MULESHOE ABSTRACT CO Muleshoe Texas ALSUP CLEANERS Muleshoe Texas BAILEY CO MEMORIAL PARK Perpe+uaI Care MULESHOE TEXAS D 81 G FOOD 7 h MULESHOE TEXAS GOSS BROS. 66 SERVICE Muleshoe, Texas GORDON SMITH Conoco Service Sfafion MULESHOE, TEXAS u I IU I I 4 3' lr I 'I ' In A IJ I f , N I IQ 'L I 'I' . . I ? II I ,T by ' O P g ,ef I N. I , lg? J Ig 6 I Nh ' I II MUSE -Lv I' xr'--f" Z X- JNL' ' ,I I, ' I ,XL 5 To DME! I I C, I . . . I fu P -I 'II I I HIGGINBOTHAM-BARTLETT Building Ma'I'erials of All Kinds Hardware and Appliances DUNLAPS JOHNSON FURNITURE Muieshoe Texas Muleshoe Texas SAM E FOX CHARLES L LENAU LUMBER CO Muieshoe Texas Dlai 2220 PROMPT DELIVERY LUMBER FOR EVERY PURPOSE Dasfrlbufor of Texaco Producis bas +lyL 'ia 9' +h+h + +' G+ h+? DAMRON HARVEY BASS APPLIANCE REXALL DRUG STORE Necchl Fngldalre MUI6SI109 Texas MULESHOE TEXAS WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE KENT FURNITURE Muleshoe Texas Muleshoe Texas Muleshoe, Texas t Phone 0 ,I , Ve Wu I A Eviden 'TTY dofsnif know I' T Come and ge+ ii' before I fhrow aso me won a c . 5 ou .-.. e W a s E CONE GRAIN s. SEED co INC Muleshoe Texas F ff GRAINKSEED CO NC L cl 'Ie' Wa+ch The Fords Go B IFUPD 3WgP'1- SALES P' I SERVICE MULESHOE MOTOR COMPANY Phone 25I0 Muleshoe Texas LAMBERT CLEANERS ROBINSONS BOOT SHOP ma M Il' P0 I 9 N EIN Boofs WesI'ern Wear Q Boo+ and Shoe RepaIr PHONE 7260 MULESHOE TEXAb MULESHOE TEXAS 'N V IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP WESTERN DRUG rf! ohnnIe Henderson CIIn+on BTISIOW Muleshoe Texas O91 MULESHOE TEXAS From Cradle 'ro College I I AND COX BROS' TEEN TowNE 05 M W II MI MULESI-IoE, TEXAS LII yyl Muleshoe, Texas . MT QI VI L WEST PLAINS I JJ L HOSPITAL 8. CLINIC Muleshoe, Texas Muleshoe, Texas ARNOLD MORRIS AUTO SINGLETON LEIGONS FUNERAL HOME SHAMROCK CAFE Muleshoe, Texas MUl6Sl'I06. Texas . .Q , I I I . . Y T.T: I TTT f V I A TTA , I W PIII M I I - I X f j g ,.:7 ff S . I v g K - :iff wwf . k vi , ,V.L,V.,s1 I ..V7I I ii . I - , I Dig arry's a . Y X T I I Q Yi . x How Charles musl' enjoy dealing wi'Ih grain, or mus+ we say girls! BVI I If ,ily ' Fu I o r oin a'I' o x Cos? I 'I There's No Subs+i+uI'e for uaIi+y by ' I ' I If J ii ' ukwl X , U xi I Tw I . - . . I T If Q!!-Nw I I WI 25 il X I NS MI VII BOBBY S SHOE : A Wir, Muleshoe Texas I-Ijda 7 M WHA PLu My f NSEZIEIISIITCE PHONE 4569 E TEXAS We Spray Every Blooming Thing MULESHOE TEXAS EDWARDS GIN SHADY REST Where Gunning Is an Ari Grocery S+ahon and Service Is a Pleasure CI-OVI5 HIGHWAY MULESHOE MULESHOE TEXAS MULESHOE ELITE HOTEL COURTS Phone 40l0 MULESHOE P TEXAS h 44oo MULESHOE TEXAS R J STACK ResuI+s of Freshman ini-Hafion Donnie iurned Donna!! BAILEY COUNTY MAIN STREET ABSTRACT CO. BEAUTY SHOP Muleshoe, Texas Muleshoe, Texas EUBANKS ELECTRIC READY-MIX CONCRETE Phone 3690 Muleshoe, Texas Building Blocks and Bricks PHONE 7880 MULESHOE, TEXAS . ,, ,f 4 f ' , 5 0 his S ',n' T 1 A ,V f. . I I ,I i . ' A ' . A 'J' Ol'I 'ln y F fa l 'ff ! Mgr Z W a my? , UTY Box ,- s -' 1 ' - V GV I f Y' f I ' Y ' I I ' ' I s X U 'LQ . . I T M Manager ' ' I .. one KING BROS GRAIN CO Phone 24IO 2420 2430-Muleshoe Texas 1-- Wholesale DlsI'rsbu+ors of QuaIrIy Seed Bushel Capacniy 250000 ing MEMBER or 'U' NATIONAL GRAIN DEALERS ASSO 81 SOUTHERN SEEDERS ASSO Rus Pszonucms Co GP INC FARM LABOR ASSO .ng Muleshoe Texas REMUND WILSON SANITARY BARBER SHOP Muleshoe Texas Jlm Lane John Brewer-J W Wa'I"Is MULESHOE TEXAS BAILEY CO ELECTRIC CO OPERATIVE ASSO DIRECTORS OFFICERS Joe SooI'er Joe Soofer Pres R L Klmbrough R L Klmbrough V Pres G W Tompson G W Thompson Sec and Tr R W AxI'eII Roy Young C. G. Damron R. L. Davis A LOCALLY OWNED, MANAGED, AND TAX PAYING FARM ORGANIZATION Phone 2I70 Box 596 MULESHOE, TEXAS 0 0 - . I s . Q . . I , . . I - . f . A 1 f , II new .:- - Q" 'FII' I 0 ' I un In an - Q 1 , , I I O - O I o O O Q O O I I O O I C O I ' I O O O I 1 J 9 I X M jj Clovis New Mexico Q P Jjf pm J 'X W D IBILLI MOORE Muleshoe Texas HEATHINGTON LUMBER COMPANY Burldmg Maferuals H Y MULESHOE TEXAS mv' All Equipped WIH1 Moss Garlm Lm+ Cleaners U X IV! tlflvp y Qp ry f J N5 XSWK Xmwf! fb M 1 jj V 2 W 'I XXL ff X jf ,yy GOYODMAN OFFICE SUITLYWQ J' m J 0 W X . Af 41 W buf! Viv' 71,93 JMR! bm Lf QV C' e N bf K aid! Mi An Wes'r.orL Clovis iehwa Clay s Corner JM N if PIGGLY-WIGGLY TAYLOR fxwwtf METAL PRODUCT Don Taylor, Owner May ' ' Home Hea+ing and Cooling xx Phone 42I0 P O Box 46 MULESHOE TEXAS AVLUR METAL PRODUCT 4 b + Mleh HOWARD 81 GREEN Bufane and Propane II PHONE 22I0 MULESHOE TEXAS d ca+ uifsnoz unusrieo ms ffl MQW ,,,,,, f Q09 fi PRESS2 if 1250525 eww gh id MULESHOE LIOUIFIED GAS Propane Bu+ane Sales and Service MOTOR OILS L P GAS FITTINGS 8 AND EQUIPMENT P o Box 756 Phone 3130 WAREHOUSE CO MULESHOE TEXAS Muleshoe Texas . . 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