A “Bit” of Remembrance – Donald Jordan


MOST ATHLETIC SENIOR BOY

MALAKOFF HIGH SCHOOL
1956

Donald Jordan 1956

Donald Jordan

Football (Lettered four years)
Basketball
Volleyball
Baseball
Track
Junior-Senior Plays
F.F.A. Officer
Freshman Class President
Class Vice-President

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A “Bit” of Looking Back – Letter Jackets to be Awarded Sixteen Members of ’52 Eleven (December, 1952)


Letter Jackets to be Awarded Sixteen Members of ’52 Eleven

from The Malakoff News
12 December, 1952

by Dwayne Garner

Coach E. B. Bishop

Coach E. B. Bishop

Sixteen members of the 1952 football squad will receive letter jackets in the near future at an appropriate assembly program, according to the announcement by Coach E. B. Bishop this week.

Among the lettermen are two seniors:: Jesse Garcia and Larry Andrews; six juniors: Gary Robertson, Doyle Shumate, Marcus Jordan, and Bobby Smith; five sophomores: Leamon Rogers, Big Allen, Lit Allen, Bill Smith, and Robert Lee Brannon; and three freshmen: Joyle McKinney, Bobby Rogers, and Donald Jordan.

The team manager, Gary Jackson, will letter in the sport also, but has elected to receive a basketball jacket, if and when he letters in that branch of athletics.

A “Bit” of Looking Back – Miss Johnson to Wed Don Jordan (May, 1960)


Miss Johnson to Wed Don Jordan

From The Malakoff News
Friday, May 6, 1960

Sharlene Johnson

Mrs. Lamar Hailey Johnson of Artesia,New Mexico, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Sharlene, to Mr. Donald Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jordan of Malakoff.

Daughter of the late Mr. Lamar Johnson of Artesia, the future bride attended Eastern New Mexico University and is presently employed by the Standard Oil Company of Houston.

Mr. Jordan, a graduate of Malakoff High School, is now a senior at Rice Institute in Houston.  After graduating from Rice on June 3rd, he will be associated with American General Insurance Company in Houston.

The couple plans a May 29th wedding in the First Baptist Church in Artesia, New Mexico.