Adams State University - El Conquistador Yearbook (Alamosa, CO)

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'L 4:,.. . -.1 :..AH. and N -1-af ur .ly . . I , . EDITOR Vaughn Swift ASSOCIATE EDITOR Neva Anderson BUSINESS MANAGER Alice Wright Page 4 I ooNTENTs College Faculty Class of 1937 Class of 1938 Class of l939 Class of 1940 Sports Organizations Features PHOTOGRAPHERS The Wilhelms ENGRAVERS Southwestern Engraving Co PRINTERS Don Cowan Co. 'A 4. 5 cw M -v B- . 411 1' '5 , Y? 5 gi jf 5 if s ggi 1 xl 1 W 5455 cn- q, if Q gg , ,gh is H R' rv-cf"-4K ,AL me Y , wtfeg A ff KQV' dxf uv r A 'ww' mg reg ,J lf' Q' ' Vol 4 W 521 me A i ,S 'QL FCDIQEWCDIQD Much of our western c1v1l1zal1o1'1 1S due lo the ac l1Vll1GS of the men ln leather chaps who often met sudden death ln m1dn1qhl stampedes, flooded rlvers, or Ind1an battles Thls edlllon of El Conqmslador recoqmzes the contrlbutlon of These ploneers to the coudmons that have made posslble our college llfe of today -w-r""w"""'s?"' lv Page 5 - . F '-. - I-zqr... 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N 1 'WP n :www ...Q 1:4 'L57 ch an educated fcller fn: thoughts gust came ns herds, He ustomxhed all the cowboys with them jaw break Tl-IE FACULTY -Cowboy Song Page 13 Ex -I I . .S , ' U., LW-.,., u X 1' - pw' R- 1 f,..,,,. - - t T. .4 -, tl 1? t v Q 1 ge'-cy' K " X , J? 1,272 'FXR x I . X . , . . , fi- E 94 1.225-' .' i-sg, 3 -- ,- WZ rf fini' A if M Z 2 1. Y ' 11451. . f 'Li 3 X rf" ' '.vf ahu'71.',"'. .F :Z , 'QW .-H' f " . 'J ' ' '-' .4' x ' " ' " Ig .E '14 , 15,1 . 1,, .'f',g " ' ' . 4591. . -X' 1' ng.. ,sw f .f f - S 2 'GM ad-: 'ri g ,. :H -J ,, 4 61 N ' .53 111, ,L '- -'5. fE. '. -, QW ' .fr A wi. Biff L. '. 2 .s- ,.ff:"'v N x gy my ...Q .,a1- , - Q 2.0 ' ,. ' 'f-.E 51 Wiz.-Q -5 . ' R X, . '1:52.:f.,,,,4. R2 .ef ' j , N 1 vw - +5 'Q .ayf .-,-.. c Q 1.3! ,n-, - . W. ,--'- A" ,.w-'- ,311-4 '-.,. ' -19 , . '-' w ' f . - .fr " Els ' " . ,- f' ' A .:: J., .- -.. " -:fr uit-K - fa , . an -ffafak -ff-mf' -. ",' ', 7"' " . 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BEAN Iaurmllism Rural Etlllftlfiflll B. I. University of Missouri A. B. Epworth University, Okla- Grcxduate Student, University of hOmG1 City Missouri A. M. Colorado Agricultural College -A .fl ALFRED CROFTS EARL DAVIES English E!l1llYlil0Il aml Psychology A. B. Vxfhectton College A. M. University of Chicago A. B. College of Emporia A. M. Columbia University ph. D. Stanford University Graduate Student, Columbia Page 16 University MRS, LILY BUSH Aswfialv Dirnrfor of Rvxirlczwz Halls Western Kentucky Teachers College ELIZABETH DOW Music and Drumatirx A. B, William Iewell lle eb Student, Ho r stitu e, an- sas C' I ,f f X, 1 E. F. EVANS DOROTHY GELHAUS VEENA T. GILBERT Spmnrlnry Efl11Cutiov1 Rl'giSf1'!ll' Pbyxiral Eillrvulioll A. B. Greenville College Frwu'lJ A. B. William Penn College A. M. University of Michigan A. B. Universily of Washington Kendall College of Physical Education, Chicago M. A. Universiiy of Oregon Graduate Student, University of Chicago A E V lvl. G. HESTER RAY HICKS I. LESLIE KITTLE Laudxvafw Gurrlmlilig Inrluxfrial Artx , Dram of lbs' Collvgl' Acting Superintendeni of I ' Dir:-ffor of San Luis Cozzxcriu Building and Grounds lnry of Music f A. B., A. M., Colorado State 0,7 Teachers College 'L N Page 17 VERNON LANTIS Sr'if'm'L' A. B .Miami University A. M. University of Colorado M. S. University of Cincinnali Graduate Student, Universiiy of Chicago, Ohio State Uni- versity HELEN IULIA MCKINNEY Forrign- Lallguagrs A. B., A. M. University of Kansas Ph. D. University ci California Graduate Student, University ot Paris Page 18 Lzbrurzan A B Adelloert College B S in L S Weser Res University Libra y h gf ll me B S Colorado Aqriculural Col- lege Ph D Iohns Hopkins Univer- Q-B... RICHARD H. LOGSDON EARL LORY I IOSEPHINE MISHLER WALTER L. RILEY Divtilian, Assoriafc Dirrvlor Hixfory and Social Scivncr' Rf'ffflf"'ff H4115 A. B. Adams State Teachers B. S. Iowa State College Graduate Student, Iowa State A. M. Stanford University ADDA M. STARRETT F. C. SPENCER MARGARET POINDEXTER TELLO English History rzml Surial Sc'iz'nn', Music' B. S. Columbia University M"'b4"""m'f B. S., M. A. University of Mis- A' M. Universiw of California B. S. University of Colorado souri Ph- D- Columbia Ul'liV9fSiTY Diploma, Cincinnati Conserva- tory of Music Student, Marcian Thalberq, Rudolph Reuter I. NOEL TUCKER C. W. WHITE Ari Ezlucafion Chappell School of Art Art Institute of Chicago Student, Elmer A. Forsberq, Louis Hitman I Pbyxirnl Eu'umfio1z, Muibermzlirx A. B, University of Denver Graduate Student, University oi Illinois, University of Denver, University of Oregon Page 19 CN LEAVE CF ABSENCE l L. G. HARVEY GLENNYS RUGG History and Sovial Srienve Music A. B. 'William Iewell College A. B. Iowa State Teachers Col- A. M. Stanford University 1999 Graduate Student, Harvard Uni- Student: RUd01f Ganz versity Page 20 I. B. SMITH Art Education A. B. Baylor University A. M. 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V 7 45:5 ,I "f1"QTiL,.Tf I 5 H 2 BX -1 1 in '-H: 'QR X 'K : ..3, , fv 1 ' A , , .. 42+ we ww :am-.wi f nk -.-5 ,K el mg, N I -.W-...... -'--- - 4-5 .' W. ':- in. ','. '-, ul ' , ..,.,,,. ' :fm 5i5z"f?f3'fQ.'5'13y1, - 'H,J"f'., ,, Eiii Li W f -N ' ,sr wr. -- 's .,. , 1.1-,...:?'g..q 1. hd... I'-33-A ff: v-jf, ,, --sewn.-.. V ,,-f . ,,,, ,-- - -vi. ...,.-...I::::'.,.- .. " " "'+"..x, ,g 1 - ,if '- -.-n M I. - ,-'.'..y- lx- '.N..M Iyjzzggizdua 'F"7,7pf3'rr::-zlf.-1914" Tc 534' sry, A Y," !?"5':'.a 1l'7-fligf '.,.,-, MUWWWTKJ V -M4:ii, A' . - 'WN '-Iva .. ..,, . ! - "'5.2.,-:.wSa.u.. HM sulc, Show me ll has th y fact are in the slirrups and my rope is on the s at I Clllff ride". Tl-IE CLASS QF 1937 -Cowboy Song. Page 21 VAUGI-IN SWIFT CLASS OF 1937 PRESIDENT ...... ..... V AUGI-IN SWIFT VICE-PRESIDENT .,,.. ALICE WRIGHT SECRETARY .................,..,.. MARGARET FAUS "EL CONOUISTADORH REPORTER ..... ...,....... B EN OUIN "SOUTH COLORADOANH REPORTER ...,.. VIRGINIA GARNER ADVISOR . ..,.... ,,....,.....,....... M ISS ADDA STARRETT The Senior Class oi l937 was composed of twenty-five members, twenty- one of whom entered A. S. T. C. as freshmen. The Seniors have been active in all College organizations. Dale Lorimer, Ardell Iensen, and Clara Curtis served as the executive officials of the Asso- ciated Students and Faculty. Members oi the Honor Society were Vaughn Swiit, Clara Curtis, Ardell Iensen, Alice Wright, David Walker, and Dale Lori- mer. Seniors who were members of the A Club were Ardell Iensen, Dorothy Weidmer, Hugh Schilthuis, Enos Garcia, Ben Quin, and Vaughn Swift. Two Seniors, Olive Dochter and Ben Quin, were the presidents of the Residence Halls. The Seniors were also well represented in the athletic activities of the College. The class was quite prominent in social activities. Among these events were a picnic for the Iuniors and the Senior Agenda. ALICE WRIGHT MARGARET PAUS Page 23 IOHN BARLEY Alamosa Colorado State College of Agriculture and Mechan- ical Arts-2 Major-Mathematics Minor-Chemistry Outing Club-l, 3, 4 Dramatic Club-1, 3, 4 Men's Glee Club-l, 3, 4 Singers Club-1, 3, 4 A Cappella Choir-4 CLARA CURTIS Gardner Major-English Minors-Mathematics, Social Science Sports-1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club-l, 2, 3, 4 Ecclesia Club-1, 2, 3 Honor Society-2, 3, 4 Art Club-Z Executive Council-3, 4 E1 Conquistador-l, 2, 3 South Coloradoan Staff- 1, 2, 3 Page 24 IDA M. BLISSARD La Iara A. S. T. 041931, 1932 R. N.-Seton School of Nursing A, S. T. C.-1936-37 Maior-Nursing Minors-Social Science Foreign Language Outing Club Spanish Club Orchestra Glee Club Historical Society OLIVE DOCHTER Aguilar Major-Social Science Minor-History and Government Historical Society-3, 4 President of Women's Residence Hall-4 Ecclesia Club-2 Outing Club-l HELEN CHASE Alamosa Major-English Minor-Music Education Art Club-2, 3 Glee Club-2, 3, 4 El Conquistaclor Staff-2 A Cappella Choir-3 MARGARET FAUS Monte Vista Long Beach Iunior College-l Majors-English, Music Women's Glee Club-3, South Coloradoan Staff- El Conquistador Staff-2 Ecclesia Club-2 Orchestra-2, 3, 4 Outing Club-Z, 3, 4 Squawklub-3, 4 WILLIAM COUGHLIN Alamosa Major-Science Minor-Mathematics Sportse2, 4 Outing Club-I, 2, 3, 4 Historical Society-2, 3, 4 Band-2, 3, 4 Glee Club-2, 3, 4 South Coloradoan Staff-2 El Conquistaclor Staff-2 3 ENOS GARCIA Garcia Major-Spanish Minor-Physical Education Sports-l, Z, 3, 4 4 El Parnaso-el, 2, 3, 4 2 A curb-1, 2, 3, 4 VIRGINIA GARNFR Alamosa Srmmons Umversrty l Mayor Htstory and Saclal Scrence Mmor lournalx Sports 2 3 4 Outmq Club-3 Sauawklub 3 4 I-l1stor1calSoc1ey 4 South Coloradoan Stott 3 El Conquxstaclor Stall 3 lOl-IN HOLLY Alamosa Ma lor-Chemtstry Mmor Mathematxcs Soclal Sc1ence ort l Out ng Club l 2 3 MARGARET GONZALES Ia Iarcx Mayor Sparush Mmcr I-lx tory and Government crts l Z 3 ar'1 c l Ecclessla Clul, 2 3 4 l-l1stor1calSocey 3 4 South Coloracloan S aff ARDELL IENSEN Sanford Mater Enqllsh Mlnor Mathernatlcs Social Sclence Ecclesxa Club 2 3 I-lxstor cal Soclety I 2 Outtng Club l 2 3 E1 Conqutstador Staff 2 3 A Club 3 4 Honor Socxety 4 S orts l 2 3 Squawklulo 3 GEORGE I-IARLAN Mante V sta MaJors I-llstcry cfnfl G ernment Socral Sctence Mmor Broloqy Outlnq Club I 2 3 4 H1stor1calSoc1ety l 2 3 4 Ecc1es1a Club 3 Sports l 2 DALE LORIMER Alamosa Mayor Enqllsh Mlnor Chernxstry Glee Club I 2 3 Sxnqers Club l 2 S orts 1 2 3 4 lLlConqu1staclor I Outmg Club l 2 EXSCUIIVS Counc1l 4 Honor SOC19lY 3 4 A Cappella Choxr 4 MARY FRANCES I-IERLYCK Wals nburg Magor HISIOFY and Government Mmor Soctal S tence Hxstcncal Soctety 1 2 Dre Naturforscher 4 Outing Club 2 BEN M QUIN Alamosa Sclence Mmor Sc1ence Football Manager 2 3 Basketball Manaqer2 3 Sports 2 3 4 A Club 4 Outmg Club l 2 3 4 H1SlO1'1CGl Socxety l 2 3 Ateher Club 1 2 Mens Glee Club l 2 3 4 Smqers Club 2 3 A Cappella Choir 4 Orchestra l 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 South Coloradoan Staff 1 Z 3 ElConqu1stador Staff 3 4 Page 25 .4 -AJ 5 I' .l l-, i- I '---' cv- 3 , 1 Em SP -fff4 ' e,.. --A :- . " I4 ElPtaf-,2,3,4 - - --'I' - - --'14 2,,4 9 1'- 4 L -I4 l...,3 I 1 t g - . - - Major-History and Social ' ' ' ' -...4 -,,4 Sp 2-.2.3,4 ' -I 1 -,l3l4 III4 1 -..,4 . i .-I p -ll, -M., ' -...4 ' ' -.3,4 1 - ' -' A 'M' ' ' '-,..4 rv H.. '- '3- -ZW4 -till f HUGH SCHILTHUIS Colorado Springs Major-Art Minor-Social Science Sports-l, Z, 3, 4 Outing Club-1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club-2, 3, 4 Historical Society-1, 2, 3 Art Club-1, 2, 3 Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4 El Conquistador Staff- l, 2, 3 South Coloradocm Stati- l., Z, 3 Page 26 VAUGHN SWIFT Mosccr Major-History and Gov- ernment Minors-Social Science, English Ecclesia Club-2, 3, 4 A Club-3, 4 Sports-l, 2, 3, 4 Honor Society-3, 4 Outing Club-2, 3, 4 El Conquistador Staff-2, 4 Band-3 Executive Council-3 Historical Society-2, 3 ALICE WRIGHT Monte Vista Major-English Minor-History and Gov- ernment, Social Science Women's Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4 Women's Sexteite-2, 3, 4 A Cappella Choir-4 Outing Club-l, 2, 3, 4 South Colorodoan Staff-3 Honor Society-4 E1 Conquistador Staff-2, 4 Sports-1, 2, 3, 4 Squawklub-3, 4 DAVID E. WALKER Salida Ottawa University-l , 2 Major-History and Gov- ernment Minors-Social Science, English Men's Glee Club-3 Historical Society-3, 4 Honor Society-4 El Conquistador Staff-3 LORRAINE YOUNG La Veta Maj or-English Minor-History and Social Science Outing Club-2, 3, 4 Historical Society-1, 4 Die Naturforscher-4 DOROTHY WEIDMER Alum CSI Major-English Minor-Biology Sports-l, 2, 3, 4 Squawklub-3, 4 - ' QSQ, h ...., ' ' - w 1- www ' 1 , ' L' u . -1 '--N .,. , ,. Z , , , 1 ,nAjn h , :C W X . xi ,I f 1 A x Hx G f 1 ' f' 6. W af lp, I 1 .Q 1 Cx Q 1 17 1 I: H L I n XNF -. 4 J . , M 1 1 I' N x 'W 1 A . 'wif , 4 ,H Qu W . -L . f.. 9' 3 .J 1 xxx , 1 1 ' aff 1' , .."' 5 f, - ' 7 9 A . 1' ' -N ,1 H ' In 'A 'p .K f' 1 qi' V A I L 1 I I s ,1 lr W ggi L 'P ' Z1-, L .,-g g iff' 1' X-,- ' :Ji 'Y-., ' xv f - Q 5 " J ' :Q Wx U" fx TFL: 'IATA '-:2f," - ,gif-'-, h ,1 -, , Q- A- l 1-, 'IA -Mya--t:".mn 1 'Q ar.- 5-5g::,:r:.'7::':4. u ghwmii . I 1443952 . ar x.. " ' 1 " W ,f f l 1-iq! Z' wr., "And when the herd stumpealed he was always on the spot And set them lo nothing, like the boiling of n pot, Therc's one thing und a shore thing Pve learned since I was barn That every criucuted fellcr ain't a plumb greenhornl' TI-IF CI ASS Ol: IQ38 Page 27 CLASS OF 1938 PRESIDENT ..... . , VICE-PRESIDENT .......,. , NEVA ANDERSON IEANNETTE YOUNG SECRETARY-TREASURER .......... ...,, "EL CONOUISTADORH REPORTER .... .. "SOUTH COLORADOANH REPORTER IRENE BAC!-IUS .BERDINA CROOKS . . . .SIMON CHAVEZ - W M i 9' . " '- J' ,. ' I I f . '9 " -. X ff Y - ' .., .. est: xx -' : , 'rt E ' NEVA ANDERSON IEANETTE YOUNG IRENE BACHUS The Iunior Class has decreased in numbers since 1935-1936. Five ot our number have married and all except one discontinued their college Work. Many who were in the class last year received their certificates and taught school this past year. Several of the men among the luniors did outstanding Work in athletics. Prominent in this field were Ralph Byars, Clarence Lanier, and Kenneth Kirby. Approximately all members ot the class belonged to at least one ot the extra curricular organizations of the College. The social activities of the year included a tea dance for the students and faculty given in the fall quarter, and the Prom given in the spring quarter for the Seniors. Page 29 SIMON CHAVEZ Dramatic Club- l, 2, 3 Glee Club-1, 2, 3 Historical Society- Spanish Club-l, 3 Orchestra-1 Ecclesia Club-3 Sports-l, Z, 3 "El Conquistadoru Staff-3 RUTH BEAN Orchestra-2, 3 Band-1, 2, 3 Outing Club-1, 2, 2 3 Historical Society-3 A Club-3 Squawklub-3 Sports-1, 2, 3 Page 30 CAROL BASKETTE Dramatic Club- l, Z, 3 Outing Club-l, 2, 3 Glee Club-l, 2, 3 A Cappella Choir- 3 Woznerfs Sextette- l, 2, 3 BENNIE SMITH CLARENCE LANIER Outing Club-l, 2, 3 Sports-1, 2, 3 Historical Society-2 Ecclesia Club-2 A Club-2, 3 IRENE BACHUS Women's Glee Club -l, 2, 3. Dramatic Club--3 Outing Club-l, Z, 3 Art Club-3 Sports-l Squawl-:lub-2, 3 BERDINA CROOKS BRUCE SCHECTER Women's Glee Club Die Naturfor chef -1, 2, 3, 3 Wome-n's Sextette- Glee Club 3 1, 2, 3 Dramatic Club- 1, 2, 3 Outing Club-1 Art Club-3 Squawklub-2, 3 KENNETH KIRBY MARGARET RICH Sports-2, 3 A Club-3 Ecclesia Club-3 Historical Society-3 IUNE BULLARD PHILIP DALE RUTH BUSHYACER RALPH BYARS ERNESTINE LUDLUM Drumcxtlc Club 3 Outmq Club 3 S orts l 2 3 Glee Club l 2 3 Glee Club 3 Eccleslcx Club l Outmq Club 1 2 3 A Club 1 2 3 Outmq Club 3 A Club l 2 3 A Club 2 3 Sports l 3 Squuwklub 2 N EVA ANDERSON IEANETTE YOUNG Glee Club l 2 3 Sporis 2 3 Dmmfmc Club 3 Ecclesxcr Club 2 iogillbsofgety 3 H1SlOI'1CCfl SOC19ly 2 3 Sports 1 2 3 Outmg Club Z 3 Squawklub-2 3 Squuwklub 2 3 Eccleszcr Club l Hlstorlcol Socuety 2 Outmg Club l 2 3 El Conquzstcdor 3 Page 31 Page 32 SPECIAL STUDENTS AND STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE THEIR PICTURES IOSEPHINE ARAGON JERRY ARCI-IULETA GERALD ARIANO EVA ARNELL WILLARD AUSMUS LEE BARELA OWEN BEACH EMMA BELLOTTI ROLLEN BELVEAL LUCY BITTENBENDER BETTY BLANKENSHIP FLORA BLASI JOE BLUMBERG DWIGHT BOTKIN CLEONA BORTMAN VIRGINIA BORTMAN ESTHER BOUCHER CARL BRUMFIELD CAROLINA CASIAS ELOISA CASIAS IOHN CHADWELL DAVID CISNEROS MOSES CISNEROS MARGARET CLAIR RUTH CLAIR WILLIAM CLAY FATHER CONNELLY TINA COSTEPHENO EMMA DURAN FORTSON ELDRIDGE EDITH ELLIS AURORA ESQUIBEL ROSE EVANS ESTHER FAIR I. C. FARLEY DAN FELLARS HERBERT FLANDERS CLARENCE FRANKLIN CEDELIA GALLEGOS CHRIS GESINK FRANCIS GEURTS IN THE ANNUAL FRANCIS GIBBONS PAULINE GODDARD ADA GONZALES ANNA M. GONZALES JAMES GONZALES EDWARD HAVENS CHARLOTTE HEIMS HELEN HENDERSON ALICE HICKS MAY DEE HUGHEY LAFE JACKSON EDWARD JACQUES SOPI-IIA JARAMILLO TI-IEODORA JARAMILLO EDWARD JESSUP RUTH ANNE JESSUP VAL JOHNSON MAXINE JORDAN BERT KELLY CLARA KENNON NANCY KING MARTHA KING PAULINE KING VIOLA KING MARY KNIGHT VIRGINIA KREUTZER NORMAN LEPPER MALCOLM LINFOOT MINNIE LOPEZ MARY LOU LORTON DOROTHY LOUDEN TINA LUCERO IOHN LYNCH WILLIAM MCCORMICK KATHLEEN MCDONALD LUCRETIA MAES 'I'ILDA MANZANARES EDITH MARIBIORI HELEN MARTINEZ LEO MARTINEZ DONALD MATHIAS MAXIMIANA MONTANO ROBERT MONTANO LYMAN MOTT MAURICE MOTT FRANCIS NELSON IOHN PADOVEN ANNA PANION AGNES PERKO EDNA POTTS GEORGE RAWOLT FRANK REPOLA TESSIE RICHARDSON GEORGE SCI-IILTHUIS CECIL SEAVEY ELMA SEFTON ZELMA SEFTON ROBERT SELLARS LEROY SHACKELFORD HARVEY SKOGLAND FERN SMITH RALPH SMITH GEORGE SOWARDS FRANCES SYLVESTER R. W. TOLSON CHARLENE TOOKER MARGUERITE TOOKER FRANCES TRIGG DENNIS TRUIILLO RAMONCITA TRUIILLO SUE TRUJILLO ABEL VALDEZ AVELINA VIGIL OSWELL WASHBURN DORINE WERNER CLIFTON WHITE ELIZABETH WILCOX CLEO WILSON NEINTON WINBURN HAROLD WISSMATH RICHARD WOODARD ESTELLE YELONEK f - . , 0 X l X z K Q "- Qt, fnxnsa ' QP "1I'.g .,9 'YQ - - 4 - X ' ss - 1' N. fhfrflfa, ,f . , JF' V 1- M.: ,., I--fi, ,. ff. 33,2331 , -, V, v,.., -44,11-r-':f.',x.,A' JG 'Q -1 1-f - sg565'l"QgQ im- ffm fv- an f Q -. "' -f4Quf,..fgnf'. f 1 .1 ,MJ f" . , .' - - . : ..... .1 -r.:-- 1--.QZ-" .F qfe4Q f' . 4.55 'TL ' X A ",'l1' ' ' ' ' :S P5 9' ml 1 ,.w'ff f-4-52.549 l AN.1fs5,1:fZF-2:0-V1 S .. i f W' - 1 .1-eff ' , -.1-1J"42?F- ---'f-Wi-1? 29 ' ' .H..4:f.., f'!g,.,f'w . - f,--,. ke'-.L '4":tg:1-'aw . krhik, fc: 1 - 'ffm L? 31' 5, -.I Nm . .Y .-,-lm' "" " . K" a-'tl ' 1 '-'- , ,v' !-" 1 L57 . . '. ' ' -'-1w"f ' -. - ,6f,'-zk.-'11"- :--1: 4:g..f -,. Hwu vf.f:2- -. w..-'....--QQ. I Aqrifuxw-rf: M4 5.5 1:- . W- g..:,: ,3 .. .'. .-IQ, him , I F 'I' ll fl' ,,.-. "Els-wld 1- A .ffgf ", 2 .nip g. 'QJSLIT3--b,bR45':".,,..n iQwf' - 214351-fr .. . - ,1 rf ' 13" 'U' .w 'a f f - 5-WQI5Q"" ' 'ff' ?22ii1?'.75:GQfG.?'5w' in- ,JV If . Y - ., Vsrljgg-. .,- ,.--l-t SVN ., V EIU ", nl wr Q' 55:1 ,, W . ' 'Crm "' -- ' N" . . . .ng ..-L. A ww lv.. ,Qtifffil-Fggl' "NH-'--f-1'f'-va--r:--m:'f.w.2,z11+:7..,,,w,,,I',.1,,d:, '75- ., , .:. .f.g,., ':,, H ,,.1:'- . 'A -..-fm-..-,ng-. N.. . .f . . .,. A A 1 ,,'-4 ,W .V-s --'igygw ,,. ., 5 rr' , K' .vig Q V 43 3,--.f 2- ' them all, I I Hunan wr "Learned him to 'ufrangle borses an d to try to know Aml get lbcm in at ll l' IJ ay zg t if he could". -Cowboy Song. Tl-IE CLASS OF 1939 Pave 33 CLASS OF 1939 HAROLD SWIFT CLAYTON BROWN ELIZABETH WRIGHT NYDIA IOAN REYNOLDS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER EL CONOUISTADOR REPORTER ADVISOR MISS DOROTHY GELI-IA US HAROLD SWIFT CLAYTON BROWN ELIZABETH WRIGHT The Sophomore Class of about forty IIVG members was one of the most actrve groups m the College Durlng the fall quarter the class honored the Freshmen 1n a h11ar1ous Hobo party Ind1v1dua1 members of the class were actrve 1n many extra currrcular ac IIVIIIQS Sophomores made up the greater part of the South Coloradoan staff Brlly Moyers was pres1dent of the Eccles1a Club and dunng the fall quarter was presrdent of Mlmes In the rnusrc groups Carl DCIVIS was presldent of the Band organlzatlon and Allen Krrby held the posrtlon of presldent of the Mens Glee Club These organlzatlons as Well as other organtzatrons on the campus 1ncluded Sophomores among therr lesser offrcers Many Sophomore students, as part of thelr second year at Adams State, engaged 1n athletrcs However, in SDIIQ of extra currlcular act1V1t1es, the Sopho mores drd not neglect scholarshrp The class was Well represented on the honor roll Page 35 "SOUTH COLORADOAN" REPORTER .....,. NYDIA IOAN REYNOLDS 1 VIVIAN I-IELMS FLORENCE CAMP MERLE RIEL EVERETT RICH MARIAN GARREN VICTORIA CISNEROS ISAAC GUHULE RAY HARRIS IOSEPI-IINE AKERS IOSEPHINE IENSEN ALLEN KIRBY PHILIP OLSEN LOUISE WOMMER RUTH DAVIS EARL MOORE WILLIAM MOYERS EUNICE GANN NYDIA REYNOLDS Page 36' DAVID LANTIS SUSIE GRACE BERRYMAN RUTH FELLERS TURANO SUSAN HOLLAND ESCOLASTICA MARTINEZ ADDISON ROSS CARL DAVIS CONSUELO ROMERO IENNIE RICOTTONE EVERETT SANDERSON Page 37 "Dear Brutusu By the Mimes All - Valley Senior Party U A . ' 54-4 12- 2 'gag gl, ,iFp'., :lv 'ffdfx I rf- .Y My .5-, ern' 'li g ip' N435 o ' ' Y: ij' I 'Fig-,V , ,a jg, - QQ ,l . "f,6,g,. ','- """ P """ 'Wv"w'2'?9'-'-"Vi "if"' if ,h "pgs, 1' 2:2 ,fi 'mari ru Q' 2, 'sl-git - ug. fc, "bay .,f' . -I 1. ., , 51. X, , WI.n:Q-qty ,254-fr i f -' 5-4.f A . . 4- qaqfgfamgtg J ' , 11 ' "' "' M 35122759 if ' A 4 -,QQ4 ,E : ig.: V . in , W ' l-?iv:"J'-- - ' 4, 4 H-4 '--' "Q, .uw -.qH,f1:!f:f.wU'-Liam' 'A 12, 4' ...gk .mg-'R . A -A r? "He saial if we could give h' rm work, he'J do the best he could, Though he clirlrft know stfuight up about 4 smug So the boss cut him out a mount and kindly put him on, For he sorta liked this little kid somehow". -Cowboy Song. THE CLASS QF 1940 Page 39 TI-IE CLASS OF 1940 PRESIDENT HUGH BYARS VICE PRESIDENT FRANCES IONES SECRETARY TREASURER EUGENE ALBRIGHT ADVISOR MR FLOYD BASKETTE HUGH BYARS FRANCES IONES GENE ALBRIGHT The Freshman Class of 1936 37 was the larqest 1n the h1story ot the College Durmq the fall quarter when elect1on of offlcers was held the class numbered seventy students Members of the Freshman Class partlclpated ln almost every actlvrty at the College On the football team the class was represented by Ar1ano Bel veal Ausmus Byars Clay Dale Hlnton Padoven Platt Repola Stewart and Wrlson Hrnton Blqqs and Thompson carrled freshman honors on the men s basketball squad Owsley, Tooker, MQUIICG, Andre, and Blankenshlp were outstandmq rn Women's basketball In the varlous departments of music, B111 Phelps, Eugene Albrlqht, Kenneth Wrlhelm, Ierry Archuleta, Nlck Montoya, Lorene Bushyaqer, DOIIS Swart, Charlene Sanford, and Frances Iones Were promment The tlrst tea dance of the college year was QIVSH by the Freshmen dunna the fall quarter Page 41 "EL CONQUISTADORH REPORTER .,............. BILL PI-IELPS . ' . I . I . , RUTH MAURICE ALTA KECK FRANCES VIDETICH ALVIN HINTON GENE ASAY ICE CAVALIERE HENRY HATTORI WILLIAM STEWART KENNETH VVILHELM HELEN MORRIS WILLIAM PI-IELPS IANET MCCUE NORA TOWNSEND FERN SITTOYI MARGARET VELASQUEZ VIRGIL HENRY LORENE BUSHYAGER HAROLD BROOKS Page 42 NICK MONTOYA LOYD BIGGS NOEL THOMPSON RUTH KNULL BETTY CONNETT IVIILDRED ANDERSON VIVIAN ANDRE CHARLOTTE OWSLEY MILLIE CROWTHER DONALD HALL LOUIS LABOTO IOSEPH IACOUEZ FRANK CHENEY IOHN PLATT BERNIE IACQUEZ DORIS SWART IUANITA DE HERRERA FRANCES IONES Page 43 EUGENE ALBRIGHT MARIE WIDGER HUGH BYARS Page 44 ANNA MARTINEZ MARIAN RICKEY MARGARET VORIES PEARL SANGER CHAHLENE SANFORD krivwona xf' 'Fav-4 Kai ff' ,fs-I' 1 M fri! ww L' x .9 5 P 5914141 ,pw if ,M tc Nxwf ' P' -4.1-2-,.g,, 'gg' " A SQ- xx ' 4 5 x E191 f.f"i9", fix je fl fc- wk ? J " ' filing NQIQ-fHr'2kw-'Q'f JWMNNM 'l','4N. MW M 'dat ' 1-nfvur, SPORTS There am t a msn wire scarce! of, Fxghtm' deer: ss only ffm Cause most fumes when :fs over, By gosh, xt: us tlmf: won ' -Cowboy Song Page 45 T".- - 'Wm . .,- ' bv x -xr" ' "ff 'NN 2- .. M J- .5 - '.' lx 'fl - .aw -I 1,25 , ' , . L 4, ' . , 'Q ' F 4 fy' N.: v - AJ :H , -...fd rf ' 1 ,aw g '-Ji" 1 ,..' 'Q . , ' . A - - Q .hglliju E, I v. .- M fb fa -fy .A - eq A' . .. , 'i :J - w, 9' ' I ffl 'W .- Lu- 2.1,-'wfwi . . ga. ' ' ,Q I' -, ,L-: 4 ' .if .9 14 , U K, N. " -1 'typ' Imtgyx' ' fd ' six ' 10-Nj. ,-gf. '11, n. ' U. Kr ., ' I , - " .. ,." :ig 4-"?.f1I"' 1 199. 55'--f? .5 wif, 11--. .1 v 3 3 - - - ' ' 1-' .ff -" .1-. u . . - '-f .M w ww-, -- 'ew 'M 1 ,-,135 gp, Q f .iff , 7' fin, 5 , ' .ff - A , ' -,W , '-. -'L - . x :- -- A 'li-gig! V H. 5 f' 4,5 rf, 3. ', H--H ' f 'Si' 'C "' .5-'.Yi,4f:--ff: 'L ,' .,-:.:':'.4 ". n-.-,-TJ' ' 5 L ' i f , ' ., '-E, '- f-f m 41 , ,1,z7v...-.N-w, ,. ,, , . ., . , U .- . 3 V, - .nivym l I A e. L.l,, .,,...3:zl W . " 1 Il ' 1 , . . ' J Y Gerald Arlano Wrllard Ausmus Rollen Belveal Clayton Brown 1-lugh Byars Ralph Byars B111 Clay Phxl Dale FOOTBALL Carl Davls Pat Geurts Alvm Hinton Kenneth Klrby Clarence Lamer Btll McCorm1ck Brlly Moyers Iohn Padoven Iohn Platt Merle Rlel Frank Repola Add1son Ross George Sch1lthu1s Hugh Schllthuls B111 Stewart Harold Swlft Cleo Wllson Due to the late openmg of school the Adams State Teachers Colleqe toot ball team d1d not reach 1ts true form unt1l the latter part of the 1936 season Playrng agamst teams tar the1r supenor 1n welqht and experlence Adams State they played agamst teams of therr own cahber they won three out ot tour QCIITIGS The scores of the games played are as follows New Mextco AQQISS Grand Iunctlon Ir College New Mexlco State Teachers New Mexrco Normal Umversrty Ft Lewts School of Agrlculture Regis College of Denver Tnmdad lr College Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams State State State State State State State Page 47 lost three of its first games to the powerful New Mexico teams. However, when ' ' ......t...t.t.......,... 67 ...,..,,. . 0 ' . ..........,.. . . . 2 ,..... . . , . U ' .,...,....,...... 12 ..,......, 0 ' ' ' .............. 13 ......,, .. O . ' ' .....r.....,.. 0 ......,,. .18 ' ............,..,.,.. 0 .......... 6 ' ' . .,...,.......,........,. 7 .......,., 13 MENS BASKETBALL The Adams State basketball team came through the 1937 season with the best record of any team in the history of the College. Playing teams ot their own collegiate standing Within the state, the men won three games and lost one. On a barnstorming trip through New Mexico, the Adams State team drop- ped tive games to the more powerful teams in the New Mexico conference. By winning the district A. A. U. Tournament, Adams State won the right to enter the National A. A. U. Tournament in Denver where they were elimi- nated by the West Texas Teachers, the tallest team in the world. Adams State Opponents Adams Slate Opponents Adams State,, Antonito Boosters ,.... Adams State New Mexico Teachers Adams State .,.. Antonito Boosters, ...., Adams Stale New Mexico Teqchgfg Adems Slate Monte Vista ---" -'-' A dams State Trinidad Ir. College . Adams Slate LU Jura -'---"--A --4- A dams State Rialto ............... Adams Stole Sdfxffnrd Giants """' Adams State Grand Iunction ....... 2322221212 33215 31ii12111...i1ii Adm M Trlnidud If' College - Adams State Grand Junction ....,.. Adams State Kline Grand """"' Adams State .,.. New Mexico Normal.. Adams Slate Giants '--A"'-'-"- - Adams State .,.. New Mexico Mines .... AdCImS SIGN? RiCl1l0 --,.-.-.,.----. Adams State .... New Mexico Aggies Adams State West Texas Teachers Page 48 WCMEN S BASKETBALL Durlng the wmter quarter the Women of Adams State Teachers College partlclpated ln basketball as a phase of Mlnor Sports Practlce was held lW1CG a Week throughout the quarter and the Women were drrlled 1n passlng and shoot1ng by Mrss Verna T Grlbert rnstructor The quarters Work termlnated m a RoundPtob1n tournament Three teams partrclpated captamed by Neva Anderson Ruth Bean and V1fQ1H1G Gar ner The team led by Neva Anderson won thrs tournament Iudges were ap polnted to choose two teams from the players takrng part rn the tournament The two chosen teams then played a game From th1s group an All Star tearr' was selected The All Star team rncluded V1v1an Andre Neva Anderson V1r Q11'l1O. Garner Charlene Tooker Ruth Bushyager Charlotte Owsley Ahce Wrrght and Ruth Maurlce Page 49 r , . 1 . , . 1 . . 11 . 11 U . . 1 . 1 . I 1 1 ' . ' 1 - ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , . PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR WCDMEN Physical Education for Women in Adams State Teachers College is planned to be a practical subject for those who plan to teach. It consists of rhythm games, dances, posture training, and sports, including volleyball, basketball, tennis, archery, and baseball. Students from the qyrn classes prepared several dances which they pre- sented at assembly programs. Spring activities included baseball and tennis tournaments. Page 50 PHYSICAL EDUCATICDN FOR MEN The 1936-1937 year saw the men's physical education class indulging in rnany sports. The fall quarter Was spent in playing volleyball. The College team was a member of the city Volleyball league. ln the winter quarter the time was Spent in playing basketball, clirnaxed by an intramural tournament. In the spring quarter the men of the College participated in track, baseball, tennis, and softball. Page 01 Davis prepares to get something off his chest. n Are you waiting for some- one, Hinton? a Lanier and Thompson pre- pare to clip a few hours off the A. S. T. C. record in the 100-yard dash. u Enos Garcia illustrates one of five or six reasons for the colleges success. f Hugh Schulthuis. What are you qoing to do now, Big Horse? Kirby, the blond demon of the hardwood court, shows the fighting pose which frightened so many ref' erees. n Biggs surrounds Hinton like a hoop skirt to show pass defense. Lantis-all by himself-a rugged indiviciualist, he re- fused to run at the crack of the gun. 1. Above him, "Snooks" makes a pats at some- body. n Noel rrcved to be a Christ- mas pre'ent to the basket- ball team. Addison Ross s c r e a m s "stop" at Moore While two innocent bystanders look over his slwulder. e Carl smiles at Enos' wiles Kpoelry, notice?l f Bang! Went the qun, and the invincible three fell flat on the'r faces. n Below, the boys line up for time trials. Wait till we get the calendar, fel- lows. f Harris prepares to stick somebody. Notice where he's pointing? V. "Campfire and cafee and comfort at last, Bacon that sizzle: and crisp.: in the pun, After the roundup :malls good to a man Stories of ranchers and ruxtlers retold, Over the pipes as the embers grow cold" ORGANIZATIONS Page 53 ASSOCIATED STUDENTS AND FACULTY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL DALE LORIMER PRESIDENT OE ASSOCIATION CLARA CURTIS VICE PRESIDENT OP ASSO IATION ARDELL IENSEN SECRETARY OE ASSOCIATION RICHARD LOCSDON LIBRARIAN Ol' Tl-IE COLLEGE I LESLIE KITTLL D AN OF TI-IE COLLEGE EX OFFICIO CHAIRMAN posed of all members of the College Communlty and dates from the IIISI days of the College It has grown to serve an mcreasmgly unportant part rn the hte of the mstltutlon and has helped to further ideals of cooperatlon loyalty and leaderslup Through thls orgamzatlon all students are grven an opportunlty to ex press themselves concernmg all phases ot college l1Ie By means ot tees pald by all members the assoc1at1on cooperates Wllh the College adrnlmstratlon ln the support of the entlre athletlc program provrdes admtsslons to Varlous entertalnments through the year prlnts the Student Handbook El Conqurstador The South Coloradoan provldes for the all school part1es sponsors the All Valley Hlgh School Senlor Party rn the sprlng quarter sponsors plcnlcs tor au members and provtdes a dance each l"r1day afternoon throughout the year The Executlve Councll IS the actlve governlng board representlng the orgaru zatron durlng the year Page 55 , ,- p , V The organization known as the Associated Students and Faculty is com- , - I - 1 ll I-IONOR SOCIETY Membership in the Honor Society is the highest mark of distinction to be gained within the college community. Present members now in the College are: David Walker, Neva Anderson, Alice Wright, Ardell lensen, Dale Lori- mer, Clara Curtis, Floyd Baskette, and Vaughn Swift. The purpose of the Society, sponsored by President Richardson, is to bring about recognition of scholastic achievement and good citizenship within the student body. Each year a few new members, who appear to uphold the high ideals of the organization, are elected to the Society. The impressive initiation of new members into the Honor Society takes place each year on Designation Day, the last assembly held during the academic year. The faculty first chose members to the Society on Iune 3, l93O. Since that time the Society has continued to function in holding up the ideals of the col- lege and has continued to count among its members the leaders of the student body. Page 56 A CLUB PRESIDENT ...,.., .,.,. C LARENCE LANIER VICE-PRESIDENT ........,, ..,.. N EVA ANDERSON SECRETARY-TREASURER . ,.,. ..,....... E NOS GARCIA ADVISOR ..,..,...,...........,......,.. MR. CLIFTON WHITE MEMBERS Kenneth Kirby Clarence Lanier Neva Anderson Carol Baskette Floyd Baskette Ben Quin Ruth Bean Walter Riley Ralph Byars Addison Ross Carl Davis Hugh Schilthuis Vaughn Swift Dorothy Weidmer Enos Garcia Ardell Iensen The A Club consists of those students Who have been outstanding for three consecutive quarters in athletics, dramatics, or music. The principal activity of the Club was the sponsoring of Homecoming Day, when a football game was held between Adams State and New Mexico Teachers College in the afternoon, and a formal dance was held in the evening honoring the alumni and the New Mexico Teachers' football team. The chief social activity of the A Club occurred in the spring quarter when the annual picnic was given for the members and their invited guests. Page 57 ART CLUB PRESIDENT .. . ,, ..... . RUTH BUSHYAGER VICE-PRESIDENT . . , ERNESTINE LUDLUM SECRETARY-TREASURER .... . SUSAN HOLLAND REPORTER ....,., ...,,.. . , .... IUNE BULLARD ADVISOR ..., . . . .,.... , . MR. I. NOEL TUCKER MEMBERS Irene Bachus Susie Berryman Iune Bullard Lorene Bushyager Ruth Bushyager Berdina Crooks Eunice Gann Virginia Garner Ray Harris Susan Holland Ernestine Ludlum Ianet McCue Billy Moyers Philip Olsen Charlene Scmiord Harold Swift Betty Wright Although the Art Club is a comparatively new organization, it has prog- ressed rapidly due to the growth ot interest in art on the part of the students in Adams State Teachers College. Formerly, it included only those students in the Art Department, but now anyone interested in any phase ot art may be- corne a member. The purpose of this Club is twofold: first, to promote the ap- preciation of art locally, and second, to provide an outlet for students' interest in art. During this year, the Club has succeeded in bringing many exhibitions ot local art and modernistic art to the College and the community. Page 5s DIE NATURFORSI-lEI2 PRESIDENT .....,......, . . . . ,.....,....... EARL MOORE VICE-PRESIDEN T .....,.........,. .... B RUCE SCI-IECTER SECRETARY-TREASURER ..,..,....., ,..... F ERN SITTON "EL CONQUISTADORU REPORTER ..... ..... B ILL Pl-IELPS ADVISOR ....... W ,..,.,....,..,....., .... D R. EARL LORY MEMBERS Rebecca Blissard Philip Olsen Millie Crowther Bill Phelps Curl DCIViS Addison Ross Donald Hall P9431 Sanger Hemy Hutton Bruce Schecter Mary Frances I-lerlyck Fern Smon lack Holly ARG Keck Noel Thornpson David Lantis Mane Wldqer Dorothy Louden Kenneth Wilhelm Ernestine Ludlum Diffk WOOdGfCi Earl Moore Betty Wright The Die Naturiorsher Club was organized Ianuary 27, l937.i The aim oi the Club is to furnish an opportunity for the discussion and application of science. Regular meetings were planned so as to be ot great interest to everyone in the Club. The first subject taken up was photography. At the first meeting Dr. Lory spoke on "Lenses and Their Uses." Later Mr. Wilhelm gave a talk on "Carneras." Much interest was aroused and a great number of other activities were carried on during the year. Dr. Lory, the sponsor and advisor, was Very help- ful in suggesting profitable subjects. Page 59 ECCLESIA CLUB PRESIDENT ...... .... B ILLY MOYERS VICE PRESIDENT ........ , . . PHILIP OLSEN SECRETARY-TREASURER ,,........ ., EVERETT RICH EL CONQUISTADORH REPORTER, . . ., .... SIMON CI-IAVEZ SOUTH COLORADOANH REPORTER .... NORMAN LEPPLR Neva Anderson Owen Beach Ruth Bean Simon Chavez Carl Davis Pat Guerls Ray I-Iarris Frances Iones MEMBERS Norman Lepper Billy Moyers Philip Olsen Iennie Ricotlone Margaret Rich Harold Swift Vaughn Swift Noel Thompson Much mterest Was shown in the discussions of the Ecclesia Club for 1936 1937 The topics dlscussed concerned World problems. Among those arousmq the most interest Were: "The Democratic 'Landslide' in the Last Presidenlial Election The Spanish Siiuationf' "The League of Nalions and The POSS1 IOIIIIY of War 1n Europe." MEN S GLEE CLUB PRESIDENT ALLEN KIRBY SECRETARY TREASURER BEN QUIN DIRECTOR MR I LESLIE KITTLE MEMBERS Tenors Iohn Barley Val Iohnson Dale Lorlmer Second Tenors Euqene Albnghi Ierry Archuleta Carl Dav1s N1ck Montoya Bantones Eugene Asay Allen Kxrby Ben Ouln Kenneth Wxlhelm Bruce Schector Bcxss I-Iuqh Sch1l1hu1s Ph1l1p Olsen Slmon Chavez W1ll1am Phelps The Mens Glee Club under the cllrectlon of Mr I Leshe Klttle sang at many college assembly proqrams and entertalnments durlng the year I March the Glee Club Sana at Mosca In lune the Club furnlshed muslc for the annual commencement exerclses The leadmq soclal actlvlty of the year Was The annual smoker Wh1ch was held at the Men s Resldence Hall Page 61 REPORTER ............,.....,...... .,,...,..., P l-IILIP OLSEN ' ' . n WOMENS GLEE CLUB PRESIDENT ...... ,... A LICE WRIGHT VICE-PRESIDENT .... ..,.. . . , .... CAROL BASKETTE SECRETARY ,,,......... ......,.... ......,.. R U TH DAVIS "EL CONQUISTADORU REPORTER . ,..A. ELIZABETH WRIGHT "SOUTH COLORADOAN" REPORTER ....,. MARGARET FAUS DIRECTOR .........,,.. ..... . . . . . MISS ELIZABETH DOW MEMBERS Neva Anderson Irene Bachus Carol Baskette Lucy Bittenbender Lorene Bushyager Florence Camp Mrs. Amy Cornell Berdina Crooks Ruth Davis Edith Ellis Margaret Pau: Susan I-Iollcmcl Franzes Iones Virginia K.eu1:or Erneztine Ludlum Charlene Sanford Doris Swart Mrs. Ulva Terrel Alice Wright Elizabeth Wright The Women's Glee Club under the able direction of Miss Dow had a verY successful year. In the fall quarter the Glee Club sang for one of the College Assemblies and took part in the Christmas program. Later in the year, the Glee Club pre- sented a program for the Alamosa High School Assembly and one for the College Assembly. The Women's Glee Club sang for both the Vesper and Commencement services in the spring. The major social event took place when the members of the Glee Club entertained their guests at a waiile supper on March 5. Page 62 HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESIDENT GEORGE HARLAN VI EPRESIDENT EARL MOORE SECRETARY TREASURER RUTH BEAN ADVISOR DR SPENCER Because of the lute opemnq of the fcxll quarter the H1SIOI1CGl SOCIGIY was not reorqcmlzed untll the Wmter quarter When Work was begun on several vdl ley pronects The Club decrded to cfpply for cr lcmd qrcmt from the Trmchera Rcmch on wh1cl'1 to construct cx monument mdrkmq the SIIG of old Fort Massa chuselts on Ute Creek Other hlstorlcczl cxssocldtlons of the valley were mvlted to become dssocldte members of Adams Slate Teachers I-Ilstorlccll SOCIGIY ln order to secure cooperdtron cmd belter held work Page 63 "EL CONOUISTADORH REPORTER ..........., IEANETTE YOUNG MIMES FALL QUARTER WINTER AND SPRING QUARTERS PRESIDENT ,.,.....,.... CLARA CURTIS PRESIDENT . .......... BILLY MOYERS VICE-PRESIDENT ........ PHILIP OLSEN VICE-PRESIDENT ....,,, PHILIP OLSEN SECRETARY-TREASURER SIMON Cl-IEVEZ SECRETARY-TREASURER SIMON Cl-IAVEZ "SOUTH COLORADOANH REPORTER EDITH ELLIS "EL CONQUISTADORH REPORTER NORMAN LEPPER ADVISOR AND DIRECTOR . MISS ELIZABETH DOW MEMBERS Neva Anderson Simon Chavez Billy Moyers Iohn Barley Berdina Crooks Philip Olsen Carol Baskette Clara Curtis Bill Phelps Iune Bullard Ruth Davis Nydia Reynolds Lorene Bushyager Edith Ellis Margaret Rich Irene Bachus William Farley Hugh Schilthuis Susie Grace Berryman Norman Lepper Kenneth Wilhelm The Mirnes Club was one of the most active organizations on the campus throughout the school year. Under the supervision of Miss Elizabeth Dow, new advisor and director of the Club, the Mimes carried through an intensive pro- gram of play production. Two of the outstanding presentations oi the year were 'i'VV'lf1y the Chimes Rang," well-known Christmas play which has been estab- lished as an annual production of the school, and "Dear Brutus," a delightful fantasy by Sir lames Barrie. A capable production stall which evolved many new and unusual effects in lighting and scenery added to the success achieved by the organization. Several one-act plays were prepared for presentation to various service clubs. 0 ln' n . f Page 64 OIZCHESTRAI. ENSEMBLE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER EL CONOUISTADOR REPORTER Vxolms M1ss Ehzabelh Dow Mrs Waller R1ley Margaret F aus V1ctor1a Cxsneros FTGHCIS Glbbons Trombone Benyarrnn Quin RUTH BEAN HAROLD BROOKS VICTORIA CISNEROS MEMBERS Sinng Bass Ruth Bean Drums Norman Lepper Trumpets Donald Hall Lloyd Bxqqs Paul Hansen Cello Mr I Lesl1eK1ttle Mrs Hansen Horn Harold Brooks Pxano The Orchestra a very nnportant oraamzauon of the Colleqe has made great progress dunnq the last few years The year 1936 37 has perhaps been the most successful year 1n the hrslory of the orqamzanon Membershrp was enlarged by new members the total number bemg flfteen Much of the musrc played was a clonanon of the Alamosa Elks Club Because of the fme leaderslnp of Mr Knile and the enthusrasm shown bY the members the Orchestra was able to parlrclpaie 1n several assembly pro grams vesper and Commencement servrces and programs for OUlS1d9 orqam zatlons Page Go DIRECTOR ,.,.,.................,... .. MR. I. LESLIE KITTLE OUTINC CLUB FALL QUARTER WINTER QUARTER PRESIDENT ...,.,............ BEN QUIN PRESIDENT ..,.,.,,.... ALICE WRIGHT SECRETARY ..... . . . FLOYD BASKETTE SECRETARY ,.,,.,..., .... R UTI-I BEAN ADVISOR ..............,.,.. MR. BEAN The Outing Club, the largest organization in Adams State Teachers Col- lege, enjoyed a trip to the Rio Grande river north of Alamosa early in the fall quarter. About forty members enjoyed cr well prepared dinner and entertain- ment. A short time later, the Club motored to Masonic Park. Here a dinner was served around a huge tire which helped about thirty members to forget the snowy weather. lt was here that the picture tor the Annual was taken. On lanuary 27, a party was given at the home of Mr. Bean, the advisor, for the newly married couples who had previously been members of the Outing Club. The annual Outing Club journey to Arrowhead Lodge at the toot of Mt. Blanca was held in March. ln May, the Outing Club held its annual tirelight- ing ceremony when it formally received into the Club the new members who had been active for at least three quarters. Page 6-3 EI. PARNASO FALL AND WINTER QUARTERS PRESIDENT ...,... VICTORIA CISNEROS VICE-PRES. . . . THEODORA IARAMILLO SECRETARY-TREAS ., RICHARD CASIAS REPORTER ......... CONSUELO ROMERO SPONSOR . . . . , DOCTOR MCKINNEY SPRING PRESIDENT ..,........, QUARTERS SIMON CI-IAVEZ VICE-PRES. ..,..,......,, ENOS GARCIA SECRETARY-TREAS. . , REPORTER ...,...,.. ANNA MARTINEZ , . . BILL FARLEY SPONSOR .,........ DOCTOR MCKINNEY MEMBERS Iosephine Akers Ierry Archuleta Mildred Anderson Simon Chavez Victoria Cisneros Bill Farley Louis Lobato Anna Martinez Escolastica Martinez Maurice Mott Nick Montoya Margaret Gonzalez Isaac Gurule Enos Garcia Edward Havens Theodora laramillo Consuelo Romero Nydia Reynolds Margaret Velasquez Margaret Vories Kenneth Wilhelm El Parnaso Club of Adams State Teachers College was organized for the purpose of developing and increasing interest in the Spanish language, lite, customs, traditions and history. Meetings which were held once a month were both literary and social in nature. Formal and informal programs were ar- ranged to mark the principal festivals ot the Spanish peoples and to com- memorate the outstanding men of Spanish letters. Page G7 WCMEIXVS SEXTETTE The Women's Sextette, directed by Miss Elizabeth Dow, selected no officers for the year. The members of the Sextette for the fall and Winter quarters were Elizabeth Wright and Carol Baskette, first Sopranos: Berdina Crooks and Lorene Bush- yager, second sopranosp and Susan Holland and Alice Wright, altos. During the fall quarter, the Sextette sang for a Queen Esther Tea at the Methodist Church. On December 20th, the Sextette and the A Cappella Choir were guest artists at the Philharmonic Orchestra Concert. The Women of the Sextette aided other musical groups in giving programs for College and High School As- semblies. The members for the spring quarter were Elizabeth Wright and Ruth Davis, first sopranosg Berdina Crooks and Lorene Bushyager, second sopranosg and Susan Holland and Alice Wright, altos. The group furnished music for some of the town social clubs during the spring quarter. Page 68 A CAPPELLA O-IOIR PRESIDENT ELIZABETH WRIGHT SECRETARY TREASURER BILL P1-IELPS EL CONQUISTADOR REPORTER EUGENE ALBRIGI-11' SOUTH COLORADOAN REPORTER EUGENE ALBRIGHT MEMBERS Sopranos Tenors Altos Bumones Carol Baskeile Eugene Albrxqhl Lu y Bntenbencler B111 Phelps Berdmu Crooks John Barley Lorene Bushyager Allen Klrby Ruth Dav1s Frances 1-Ones Val Iohnson Susan Holland Ben Oum Ehzabeih Wnqht Dole Lonmer Alzce Wrxght Kenneth Wllhelm The A Cappella Cholr was orqanlzed for the flrst tune 1n the fall of 1936 1937 Under the c:l1rect1on of MISS Dow the Chou made ns frrst formal appear ance at the Colleqe Ohrlstmas Party The Cholr 11'1 Whlte surpllces and qreen cassocks marched 1n a processronal through the hbrary s1nq1nq traclrhona Ohrlstmas carols The Ohorr made rts hrst pubhc appearance on December 20 1936 when rt sang at the Alamosa Phllharrnomc Orchestra Concert The numbers sung 1n Latrn were Iesu Rex by Palestrma and Ave Marla by Arcadelt Other sacred and secular numbers Were preseniecl by the A Cappella Chou for as sembly programs at the College and the Alamosa I-hgh School and for varrous churches town clubs and SOCIGIIGS Page 69 ADVISOR, ,,..,.......,., .. .,.......... MISS ELIZABETH DOW MENS CUARTETTE The members of the Men's Quarteite for 1936-1937 were Bill Phelps, Ken- neih Wilhelm, Eugene Albright, and Val lohnson. Frequenily the Quartette with the assistance of lohn Barley and Dale Lorimer changed into a Se-Xieiie. Each member of the Quarieiie was a member of the A Cappella Choir and the Men's Glee Club. Direciecl by Mr. Kiiile and accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Tello, ihe Men's Quarieiie sang for College Assemblies, at the High School, for P. T. A. meelings, and before service clubs of the Valley. .ff fl' AIM' Page 70 SOUAWKLUB FALL QUARTER WIN'IER AND SPRING QUARTERS PRESIDENT RUTH TURANO PRESIDENT DOROTHY WEIDMER VICE PRESIDENT ALICE WRIGHT VICE PRESIDENT VIRGINIA GARNER CHEER LEADERS SUSIE BERRYMAN CI-IARLINE SANFORD VIVIAN ANDRE The Squawklub was orgaruzed ln the fall of 1935 by a group of glrls ln terested m promotmg greater enthus1asm and mterest 111 athletlc and other actlvltles m the school The maJor act1v1ty of the Club 1S to encourage the lndlan team In the fall the g1rls played an mlportant part m the I-lomecommg game provldmg green and Whlte shakers for the cbeermg sectlon and pro motmg mterest Durlng the wmter quarter the Club added lnterest and gave enthuslastlc support to the basketball games played on the home floor Page 71 SECRETARY-TREAS. .. NEVA ANDERSON SECRETARY-TREAS. HBERDINA CROOKS EL CONOUISTADOR STAFF EDITOR .... ASSOCIATE EDITOR ...,. BUSINESS MANAGER ..., LTERARY EDITOR .....,.,..., FEATURE EDITOR . . ,. ASSISTANT FEATURE EDITOR PI-IOTOGRAPHER ..,.......,.,. ART EDITOR ,....,.,. .. SPORTS EDITOR-WOMEN. . . . SPORTS EDITOR- -MEN ,... , , . FACULTY ADVISORS .,.... SENIOR REPORTER ........ IUNIOR REPORTER ....,, SOPHOMORE REPORTER ..... FRESHMAN REPORTER . .. . HONOR SOCIETY REPORTER A CLUB REPORTER ..,...,., ART CLUB REPORTER ........,. ECCLES A CLUB REPORTER ..,. MEN'S GLEE CLUB REPORTER .. Vv'OMEN'S GLEE CLUB REPORTER HISTORICAL SOCIETY REPORTER MIMES REPORTER ,,.....,..,.. ORCHESTRA REPORTER .,.,..... OUTING CLUB REPORTER ....,. EL PARNASO REPORTER . . . . . MfOMEN'S SEXTETTE REPORTER MEN'S QUARTETTE REPORTER . SOUTH COLORADOAN REPORTER SQUAWKLUB REPORTER .......... DIE NATURFORSHER REPORTER .....,,,.. A CAPPELLA CHOIR REPORTER . . VJOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALL REPORTER MEN'S RESIDENCE HALL REPORTER ..,.. EDITORIAL STAFF . . . .VAUGI-IN SWIFT NEVA ANDERSON . . . , ALICE WRIGHT . . . .... RUTH BEAN . . VIRGINIA GARNER . . . . .NORMAN LEPPER ...... EARL MOORE . , . . BILLY MOYERS . . ...................... DOROTHY WEIDMER M'ss ADDA sTARRETT,' Miss ELIZABETH Dow. REPORTORIAL STAFF , .. DALE LORIMER MR. I- NOEL TUCKER, MR. FLOYD BASKETTE BEN OUIN . . BERDINA CROOKS , . NYDIA REYNOLDS ......, BILL PHELPS . ALICE WRIGHT , , CLARENCE LANIER . . . . . TUNE BULLARD , . . . SIMON CI-IAVEZ . , . . . PHILIP OLSEN . BETTY WRIGHT . . . IEANNETTE YOUNG , . . NORMAN LEPPER ,. VICTORIA CISNEROS . . . CARL DAVIS . . CONSUELO ROMERO .. CAROL BASKETTE MKENNETH WILHELM . . . . .. DAVID LANTIS . IEANNETTE YOUNG .,., I . . BILL PHELPS . . .EUGENE ALBRIGHT . . . LOUISE WOMMER . ..,,. ALVIN HINTON .. I! E ,.,.. E F IL ,Leg Y li Page 72 SOUTH COLORADOAN EDITOR IANET MCCUE ASSOCIATE EDITORS EDITOR VIRGINIA GARNER NYDIA REYNOLDS DAVID LANTIS REPORTERS IANET MCCUE SPORT EDITOR PHILIP OLSEN FEATURE EDITOR RAY HARRIS LEROY BOTKIN RAY HARRIS REPORTERS KENNETH WILHELM VIRGINIA GARNER NYDIA REYNOLDS DAVID LANTIS 1 C FARLEY SIMQN CHAVEZ SPRING QUARTER EDITOR DAVID LANTIS ASSOCIATE EDITORS NYDIA REYNOLDS RAY HARRIS ERNESTINE LUDLUM I C FARLFY IANET MCCUE FACULTY ADVISOR FLOYD BASKETTE The South Coloradoan the Adams State newspaper attempted sornethmq new Ih1S year when two maqazmes were pubhshed ln place of the paper The frrst rnaqazrne was puloltshecl before Chrtstrnas the second 1n Apnl The ftrst valley hrqh school Journahstlc conference was conducted by the Journallsrn department A rnrmeoqraphed paper was publ1shed by the staff for thrs event Later 1n the year the staff Judge-d the hlqh school papers Two trrps were made by the South Coloradoan staff In February a trlp to Charna on the rnodermzed tram was made through the courtesy of A C Shlelds VICE Pres1dent of the RIO Grande Rallroad Durlnq the sprlnq quarter an rnspectron tour was made through the newspaper plants of the Valley 'mv Page 73 RESIDENCE l-IALLS' COUNCILS u The Residence Halls have done much to add to the school spirit of Adams State Teachers College. Moving day for each of the Halls was a marked event for the college students Who had been awaiting the completion of the buildings. House meetings were held and officers were elected for both Halls. The officers chosen for the Women's Residence Hall were Olive Dochter, President: Susan Holland, Vice-Presidenty and Louise Wommer, Secretary. The officials selected for the lVIen's Residence Hall were Ben Quin, President, and Allen Kirby, Bill Farley, and Simon Chavez as proctors. The Residence Halls Were dedicated on December 21. The preceding day the Halls had been open for public inspection. Social affairs included a formal dance given by each of the Halls. Page '74 .r x will w X Qu "-I-I 5 WJ si" rx NPA! 'FJ ,, . .f M 'Q M, vp lp I 5-xii? U A m 3? E29 fffffwflf avid 'H I I ' wx 5 5'- '- mike. 4 " W :raw IAWMAWKQMM I all ' cyl is 7 J J 'Q-ww -W- M., 4:-u f-.,-f.vL- 'PF'- 111 1 fr " -4? , 5 'QMS wx.. 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Q The two interested specta- tors seem to be waiting for Biggs to throw his snipe away. n The picture right below shows Biggs' reaction to the scramble that ensued, ff Shortly after this snapshot, Moyers got to number ninety-three in the famous "lOO Ways to Fall" lec- ture. vi We didn't know whether to call this "Serenade to the Nuts" cr "Four Down, Two to Go." f Coach White gives his Muscle Men some inspira- tion. Q The guy at the end must have stabbed somebody with his fork while reach- ing tor the bread. Is he getting the once-over, or are the rest of them jeal- ous? aw Most popular Woman Ardell Jensen Billy Moyers W1 TR bvwfeifi popular an The old stomping ground. Looks like ct tackle. Q Iecxnnette smiles but walks on. Indians on the run. . One cf the mcxny duties Q dean may perform. is Thc1t's one way of getting there. Riel and Swift. Coming out pcrrty. , One between two. Red playing the qume. a Ludlum smiles because she's happy. Getting ready for ct "take- off". Dcfskette tells it to the world while White looks on-or off. Iust moving along. A bunch of homeless co- eds-it looks like. lt's a long, long road, says ldcr. Nyclia looks more stern than usual. We stop awhile to rest awhile. Mis hl er passing a little time away. Arrived - hands, feet and baggage. A couple of roommates-cr bride and her pal. 1 Siding up to the boss. Q Ernestine in an exotic mood. A family group-more or less. Donald Hall practicing-or is he. "Time" on their hands. . Resting-again. . Eat, drink, and be wary. Betty Wright - a lilile girl with a loi of personality- iakes life with a smile- loves dancing - sings beautifully - Sophomore favoriie. They hii the spci fsoe what we mean?J lr The good earth gets an airing- Cheek to cheek, almost. Men may come and men may go, but Brooks goes on forever. An old winler coslume al college. The gold dust iwins and cr couple of prospects. Take off those dark glasses, Miss Hemingway. We know you! f Campus personaliiies. . A hangover at lhe admin- islralion building. . Dad "hanging around" Trinidad. A. S. T. C. BookaMonil1 Club. Calling all cars! 3 4 Don't look now, Ieannette, but somebody's following you. Hey, Carl, look what's bothering your girl. This picture and the one next to it are good exam ples of unequal distribu- tion of wealth. 1 Ah, here's what Pat was waiting for. Everett's wife demonstrates how to hold her man. n Has this romance gone on the rocks? The last snow of the year makes a hit with Ardell and Snooks. An example of what love can do-skating on gravel. Betty, Billy, Brown, and Berryman hear the birdie. Merle and his girl. Q Carl reads the riot act to Jones-he must have seen the picture at the top ot the page. . Ah, alone at last! My gosh, are you two here again? This photograph was a re- quest number with "Papa" Thompson requesting-- when the camera clicked, Ross tainted. i Don't tell me both of you have been sitting there wth your hands folded. 1- Surprise! you didn't know we were watching you, did you? 1. The old iaithfuls of the campus-we salute Adams State's longest romance. 1 Bennie and Iennie seem to resent the photographer- was it Moore again? Dad Byars - man-about- town-reconteur extraordi- naire - poet - minstrel - athlete - and gentle- man-one of the college favorites. n There's something vaguely familiar about this pose of Olsen's, but where's the table? a The tip-off, so keep your eyes on the ball, boysl n Miss McCue, Adams State's biggest upset and we don't mean football. Q People will think that all we do is sit on the lawn, but perhaps we've got something there. QA grass stain-?J Winter's Tale at the col- lege. Don't look now, boys, but we think something's look- ing at you. n The seat ot trouble in this picture is the chair, but as for what the boys are proving-? This space was unoccu- pied until Ieannette Young came sweeping into the picture. . ls this cruelty to animals or are the lads being branded? 1 Looks like a famous imita- tion of how the editorial staff of a college paper looks. n Hmmmm, late in the after- noon and no street-car yet. to Ah-a cluel-her back is to the wall. Our investiga- tor is working on the case. Piquancy, prettiness, pol- ish, popularity, and per- sonality - Francis lones- Freshman favorite-what more need be said? n Younq and Strahl brave the March winds. f "Dad" Byars and "Bronco" Kirby finally get their chests from Stronqport. n Oh, oh, here's Betty Wright, in again. a Untiring devotion which makes good students and also strains your eyes. 1 Rebecca Blissard displays some limbs from the dorm- itory orchard. Q Bingo! the All-Valley Sen- ior Party becomes a gam- bling den. Q This little group of twitch- ing biceps and stuff is a portion of the football team. Hurry up, Faus, Geurts is qettinq impatient. 1, Ernestine and Louise-or should we say fair and Wommer? f The left wing of the col- lege is red, but that's all the farther we care to carry the resemblance. 4 Cleo, what's the matter with you? Anyhow? a Whats this, my little chick- adees, secrets? Vczughn Swift-tall--good looking-quiet when not talkative-married but that hc1sn't ruined him- fccvorite with everyone- tckes first in the Senior class. A new deal in the recrea- tion room. Cupids of the gym class. The three grgces+Ruth, Irene and Virginia. 1 Double-crossing the bcxr, . Someihing is Wrong with this picture-Is that Wom- mer? Three girls cmd CI vicious cycle. Prof. Baskette gets up in the world. They're the tops. 1 Two girls on C1 horse. . Two generations ot Adams State. Q. S1'I11l1Tlq serene cholarly Leautlful lceammq blonde Neva Anderson-a cam pus favorlte as well as w1th the Iuruors Muslcal mcudens m rr1l,' mangle melodtes a the FIUHO class gets clown to busmess Be careiul of that ve'111la tor q1rls tt may load to the assembly room Say Helen do you trust Iohnny that much? What a chance for a held qoal Well we know th1s 15 a pretty famll ar plcture but we have to use those cos tumes for sornethmg The mtddle one IS Btqqs but the out tde ones are btqqer foohl Blq Horse plcks up lu bed and walks Gosh Whos qettxnq thc warm re epuon Nycha? The face 15 tamlhar but We cant re all the name A pour on a spare-or that ttred feelmq Buckmq the snow on Cum lures pass If thts s handtes We QIVG up What IS 1t'P H thats a cage lcehmd you qlrls somethtnq has escaped Only God can make a tree but 1t takes Hester to make one grow on thxs campus Why dont you two qtrls move over wxth the guy at the left? And Sttion keeps on s1t tm I Leslle Klttle Adams States Dlzzy Dean .. Q . ,H , , . . . 3.- s . A . I I :' , , . . . .Q . . . . . s' ' . ,,. .,. .Q D . I . .. , . . ' f- , . . . 1 . . . , , , . . . . . ., . v , ,. Ruth Bean-pep, and more pep-loves a jolly good time-blonde-a Iuniorf would be a good student even if she wasn't cr profs daughtereo friend to all. 1 "Substitute" yelled Swan- son and Iessup. n Townsend, the beautiful bcrbe from Bayfield. ff Ah, young love, young love! xr At the left, the dormitory girls munch vitamins A to B, inclusive. . The journalism class goes on a field trip and McCue g o e s prospecting is h e struck it richl. a The first person to recog- nize these people won't get a prize but think of the fun he'll have. Q Wliat are you playing, girls? Tap the ice box? n A doorway of the rosi- dence hall. p The unholy four go out cn a binge and come home on a stretcher. . Over at the left, we won- der Where Moyer is. f Virginia peers vaguely into the general direction of Fort Collins. The girls' basketball team shows good form. o Carol adds new glamor to the scenery at Iasper. If they saw the birdie, he must have been rather horrible looking. n Don't shoot, you'll hit the camercunan. Well, hellog imagine meet- ing you here, Clarence Lanier-"Snooks" ia blonde Romeo-a stu' dent as well as an athf lete -- good sport - Well- liked by everyone-main stay of the teams at A. S. T. C. ' Hey, look, Mr. Hester! There's someone on the lawn again. Iohnny, is this the time to scratch yzur nose? Seniors gaze at a work ol art in the lower hall. l-low do you work it to get on the reception commit- tee, Dean? The last drop. Go on, girls: we're waiting to see you drop. Some of the girls who have been flipping the ball through the hoops take "time out." The girls take a picture oz their better halves. Music hath charms, and so have its producers, something tells us. lda Blissard reverses the usual procedure by strik- ing after a sit-down. 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