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  • Harding County :: Wanderings in New Mexico
    ride went to bed in the old Palace of the Governors putting off until the next day the formal ceremonies of taking possession of the city There can be no question of the patriotism and love of country of the Spanish American people of Santa Fe and northeast New Mexico and New Mexico generally whose ancestors had lived in the country for a hundred and fifty years following the reconquest in 1692 And some of whom had been here even earlier before the Indian rebellion But in the short space of a quarter of a century they had become so disgusted with the gross incompetence and monumental grafting of the officials of the Mexican Republic that they were ready to submit to the rule of a people alien in blood laws and customs to say nothing of religion Also contributing to the peaceful conquest was that the Santa Fe Trail had been opened at about the same time as the Mexican Revolution they had begun to do their trading with St Louis instead of Chihuahua in old Mexico There was besides the hatred and fear of those invaders from the southeast the Tejanos or Texans with whom Governor Armijo had had several battles in the years 1840 to 1845 just before the American entry Like soldiers in other campaigns since Caesar s Gallic wars and even following the example of their Spanish predecessors in the army of De Vargas some of the American soldiers whether from choice or the exigency of their military duties instead of following Kearney to California remained in New Mexico married Spanish women and raised families of children who while loyal to the flag that flew over them drew in with their mother s milk the intense local patriotism and love of their native New Mexico which distinguish the Spanish American people Pioneer story about Mr Whitehall s trip along the Santa Fe Trail and other trails on his way to Grant County in southwest New Mexico These remembrances were originally told to H A Bruce in the early 1900 s Mrs Frances Totty an author working for the WPA Writers Project interviewed Mr Bruce on June 16 1937 The manuscript Mrs Totty of Silver City New Mexico wrote after her interview is now archived at the Library of Congress Mr Bruce remembered that Mr Whitehall had told him I first passed through this country with my father Uncle Bob and John Shackleford who afterward died on Duck Creek in the summer of 1849 The caravan was mostly southerners We outfitted in Westom Montana and came up the Platte and to Denver a city then only in name and then on to Santa Fe where a part of our original party left us Santa Fe was then in the zenith of her glory Great freight teams were arriving and departing daily It seemed to be general headquarters for the whole western country and there was no end of its gambling and wealth Our captain left us

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  • Harding County :: Emergency Services
    Gifts Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Community Emergency Services Emergency Services Churches Senior Citizen s Center Volunteer Businesses Attractions Emergency Services Medical Services For Emergencies 911 Roy Fire Department 575 485 9669 Chief Jody

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  • Harding County :: Medical Services
    Barbers Accounting Taxes Agriculture Services Natural Resources Arts Crafts Gifts Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Community Medical Services Medical Services Churches Senior Citizen s Center Volunteer Businesses Attractions Emergency Services Medical Services El Centro

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  • Harding County :: Education
    La Casita Sundance Bed Bath Mountain View RV The Rectory Bed Bath Services Auctions Banks Computer Services Construction Food Products Utilities Newspapers Harding County Roundup Beauticians Barbers Accounting Taxes Agriculture Services Natural Resources Arts Crafts Gifts Ma Sally s Mercantile Southwest Arts Crafts Doc Mayer Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills

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  • Harding County :: Mosquero Municipal Schools
    Bolivar teacher Winnie McCoy asked Who was Simon and what was his greatest accomplishment After an excruciating pause Macario Belarde whose parent had the same name as the soldier answered Simon was the father of Macario and Macario was his greatest accomplishment The petite lady instructor also was the coach of Mosquero s first basketball team and its five star players Malaquias Baca Ray Hazen David Pittman Ed Arbuckle and Marvin Drake The boys wore shirts and trunks When the girls learned to play they wore middy blouses over full roomy bloomers Always better at yelling than catching a ball I concentrated on noise without a uniform Games with Solano Roy Rosebud and Amistad all were outdoor matches complete with standing ovations During our sophomore year Mosquero High School went into the printing business The local newspaper Harding County Developer provided us with a hand operated press and trays of lead type and W G Root patiently taught us to set type one inky letter at a time backward We named our just born school newspaper The Broadcaster In class we studied news writing in the production room we set the type jumbled the copy and pumped the treadle that slammed the quickly snatched paper against the letters One day Mattie Mac Johnson Lofton painfully mashed her thumb in the press Besides the paper and an occasional thumb we printed programs cards and tickets In her last year of caring for the press Audrey Smith Linder carefully cleaned the sticky rollers with gasoline and left them in the sun to dry while she went to class When she returned the rollers had melted This closed the print shop Throughout the service of Donald Moore and another high school boy as janitors ringing the big iron bell was an important part of each day s schedule This bell mounted on a sturdy outdoor frame once had hung in the belfry of the rock building that became the courthouse For many years it announced school time Today it is rung only on special occasions such as beating one of the bigger schools at basketball Donald especially remembers supplying the school s water needs with a gasoline engine which brought up water from the well located on the school grounds After he had filled the water fountains five gallon metal covered cans he then filled the storage tank a former gasoline barrel Another water note Mary Ellen Hazen Menapace treasured her collapsible drinking cup more than her speller Donald also cranked and tended the four cylinder engine kept in the basement which provided electric light for evening events in the auditorium Parties programs and forensic meets were held here Genevieve Brock Duncan was proud of first place in piano solo awarded in one of the meets I participated in orations and declamations The Baptist congregation with no building of their own at the time conducted Sunday services in the big room During one of their revival meetings I went forward with other teenagers to accept Christ I recall no debates concerning the separation of church and state in those days Once a week during school hours the whole school filed into the auditorium for assembly While Nina Belle Spivey Trujillo played the piano the rest of us sang My Old Kentucky Home The Star Spangled Banner and other favorites We always saluted the flag too In 1927 Ruby Doloreas Hamil became the first Mosquero High School graduate She received her diploma with the grammar school class of 12 which got eighth grade certificates The next year six of us conducted the first full scale high school commencement Elma Lee Johnson was our deserving valedictorian She and I are the only members of that class still living in 1982 Before graduation time our class flippantly put the names of six prominent Americans into a hat Each senior was to draw one and send that person an invitation to our exercises My name was Herbert Hoover then Secretary of Commerce I still have Mr Hoover s gracious letter in reply He didn t attend the exercises After graduation I attended college in Las Vegas for a time I was delighted when the Mosquero basketball team came to Las Vegas defeated the University team then went on to the state tournament to make a good score Mosquero also had a football team for two years during that period coached by M T Burget and Dee Householder According to dim recollection some of the players who helped win all their games before Thanksgiving 1930 were Jack and Bentley Williams Fred Martin and Ira Lloyd who quickly got a knee injury Clyde Kimber and Dallas Keller When I returned to Mosquero in 1931 to teach in the red brick building for three years I found a brand new dugout gymnasium for basketball and volleyball had been built The University of New Mexico s Pit arena today has nothing on Mosquero Several graduates then and later returned to the Mosquero school system Classmate Leon came back to teach in the same building before he went on to become an Army major and later the head of Region 5 of the U S Bureau of Reclamation Among those red brick graduates who attained substantial military rank were Frank Choate Frank McDaniel and Gilbert Bradley Two graduates lost their lives in World War II Sammy Montoya and Eugene Ladd Sammy was an only child whose sparkling eyes brightened my fifth grade class His dad swept the schoolroom floors and dumped the wastebaskets during that time Tina Lovato the girl who sat behind Sammy came to school one morning with her thick curls pinned on the top of her head and her mother s high heeled shoes on her small feet That was the day Tina fell down the stairs Esther Trujillo Andrada an A student who received two medals as valedictorian when she graduated read the test questions on the blackboard and explained them while Lawrence Smith who never quite mastered

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  • Harding County :: Roy Municipal Schools
    Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Education Roy Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Roy School Teachers 1915 Roy High School Students Visit the School Webpage www royschools org Roy School History The old school was built in 1923 It was made up of three red brick buildings The large building was two stories tall and had a basement The building went the front of what is now the new school to the football field and extended to where the shop and preschool are located The library a few of the high school classrooms the lockers and the typing room were located on the second floor Most of the junior high classrooms including the band room and restrooms were on the first floor The junior high included the 5th through the 8th grade and the high school was 9th through 12th grades The junior high and the high school were both in the large building The basement housed the boiler room and a few other seldom used classrooms The small building was East of the

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  • Harding County :: Roy Booster Club
    Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Roy Longhorn Booster Club Home Education Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Roy Booster Club Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services The Roy Longhorn Booster Club resumed regular meetings in October of 2011 There are currently eight active members of the club At our November meeting officers were elected President Lawrence Craine Vice President Esther Mitchell Secretary Treasurer Stefanie Rigoni The goal of the Roy Longhorn Booster Club is to bring focus back to not only Roy athletics but academics as well We want to encourage pride and participation in our school and community We are currently selling Roy Longhorn beanies hoodies and zip up sweaters as fundraisers for the club to help support the Roy students We have just recently implemented a student of the month reward at the school that includes both the high school and elementary with six students chosen each month There are categories

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  • Harding County :: Extension Services
    Art Poetry Dining Drinks Attractions Mills Canyon Kiowa National Grasslands Canadian River Canyon Mosquero Canyon Harding County Today Harding County History Wanderings in New Mexico Emergency Services Medical Services Education Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Roy Booster Club Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H 4 H Newsletter 4 H Events 4 H Clubs Mesa Roadrunners 4 H Club Roy Clover 4 H Club 4 H Forms Record Book Forms News Weddings New Babies Obituaries Elvin J Madole Charlie A Payton Shirley Horton Phillip Joseph Archuleta Allen F Thompson Bill Brockman Philip Devon Gilstrap Florence Martinez Frank Surls Tomas Montoya Archbishop Sanchez Virginia Self Helen Aragon Rudy Ulibarri Benjamin Campbell Government County County Assessor County Map Forms Tax Estimator County Clerk County Commissioners Agendas County Treasurer District Court Magistrate Court Probate Court Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service Ute Creek SWCD Mesa SWCD Canadian River Riparian Restoration Project Municipalities Village of Mosquero Village of Roy Solano Mills Gallegos Bueyeros Abbott Newton State Search Home Education Extension Services Extension Services Mosquero Municipal Schools Roy Municipal Schools Extension Services Ag Newsletter 4H Email Facebook County Program Director Extension Agriculture Agent Blair Clavel Administrative Assistant Lori Lamb E mail harding nmsu edu Phone 575 673

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