Alamogordo High School - Rocket Yearbook (Alamogordo, NM)

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' - ,ll .70 22-f ' - , 4A 5.4, 3 1,fxL.L fl , . ' ,JL . 1. ' ' - .,,, -1: , V ,Q .iid f . BM. L. k 'GI fi - - w z,.-:. 9, 1, I-. , , ' ' W, .. fu ,- n ' 1 J- .L .,. 1 2" v A I I ,,' , ,gl 4 f 1 ' 1 en X THE ANNUAL STAFF OF ALAMOGORDC HIGH Presen+s: THE RQCKET '59 gf.: FOREWORD Like the many pieces of an intricate puzzle, every facet of school plays an important part. A puzzle would be incomplete without all its piecesg the same with school. Therefore we, the staff, have attempted to bring you as complete and true a picture of our school as possible. This book was planned M'7f?.m? for you-we hope you enjoy it. ALFA LEDBETTER Business Manager 'JW' n 'ol'-' ' f 1 . X 'xl ,A X , Q65 . A g ,M g 15 1 STEVE SOMERS Photographer IN DEDICATION . ATTer hours . . . Among The resT of The TaculTy As we see her, aT work . . . To Miss Lillian Tu1Tle, This 1959 RockeT. In graTiTude Tor her service To This school Through The usual class- room siTUaTions and Through her unTiring work in The educaTional associaTions beneTiTing her co-workers, we recognize Miss TuTTle. May all her years in Alamo High be as rewarding and pleasanT as ours in associa- Tion wiTh her have been. R xx? ww., 5 W., if-'Z SCHOOL BOARD HAROLD G. O'DELl. President MRS. J. HARRINGTON Member MRS M ARNOLD Member MR. G. MILNE Member 5, .. 'a: 9 ff. .- MR. J. WILSON Member NaTionalMeri1 Finalists. ,fi Aka Importance of being earnest Wx AO"-" V ' 15" X sf Q i Wha-a? 'il if rf One o'rIock siomp. No sweat-we got all day. D095 if h'-ffl? Ha!Caugl1t 'er wc,rkin'. Waiting for the bell to ring. X I l x f , 1 1 i DOUILIX DOUILI LITTEI LEU!! scout? scour DCU!!! mms: SCO!! h ' . h ! , , W f oousu oousu 1 Ltrrta amen Q lscon scout 1 noun: oousus uma ann sconi scour Q I 5 noun: WM .Q0 A woao 5 scour S , QA 1-m....,... HM, 4 ' f '- jx T X 4 it I 1 A DOUBLE L LETTER 5 scour 12111 f 5 ' x is? Z4 ini A5 ,M I ,M . OPERATION We rolled up our pants legs, wore different shoes and marched through the streets shouting "We Love Seniorsl?" 19 xx. 41 x All right, Freshman! Paint the A, not me . . . ff Xskl? Pretty please . . , Seniors . . . What are we supposed io paini? . . . ' 2 5? Fugitives from whai? Who he? 7- E S Ai il f S 4 AROUND You said a mouthful!!! :S i If A I l- L. curved line is the shortest distance between two points . . at am I going to do about this? This isour symbol.., Student body president at work I4 ZW, ' - f ' ll I' r Wx K .V OUR SCHOOL What kind of toothpaste do you use? Oops, That was close! l'm embarra1hed!!l 'WW' Rx-A x U Our supe. Hey, Teacher!!! TEACHERS AT LARGE . . . Mr. Clem demands TWIRP WEEK courfesies Seftling the worlds problems. You tell 'em, Mrs. Hein. And The boys whooping it up in The back room! this button . . , M, , .zu 1 '-.HP 'Wi' We go! her first!!! Strictly business. 3, ll Hair-Pin Kid. Little Friends. pyramid? 1,2-3-4-5 , . . Bright Sun, Huh!! Junior Judo. Sleep Tight. HY. Menagerie: 2 lions, 4 cats. w,--,. High pockets, cramped clavicle. Q 1' -1-'We , R may Pensuve. 51" -Q 'QI HWY Can TYPE, 100- I Have a popsicle? Pose prettnly, Q, I See? No chewing gum! L Lookin' fer sumpum? Q," A ., K ,E x Happy Birthday, Penny! gf 1 is J? W sy'- 'flx' 4 ,f ff v ar a J ' M, I Q Gues what: Lunch! ,, iam 4 f Q 'V Ll Siudy Hall Stance. X Lazy: Hung ryg Boys! -auf., Smile, Frosh!! Too late to classify! C? I l"K 1' fb Ai' i fl 'J' 1 .. 2' n,wH '1! I I Clinard . . . eating again! S! Thursty, Rusty? 1 Howdy, pardners! W y 2 I if 1 We S 3' ' 5. 1 , in-l"""""' Q ' ' :iii ,A . , Ag 3 'W 315 .."' 1 X if 'U 6 Oli! .IYTII KO!! A sm, , "f fa' 2 A . ,'JfM ' fist: IQ" A- 2 f- 1 Q 'Z Eh ba f z ,-, V K X., I is . .. ' . , X 129' .WM w A J V M G Jw., WW I ,ww , . L ' . N if , K-2565 3 X swq r '. :M . 'U-W ', 3 I , ' . 1 A 'V www N Q, V :iw -i M Q ' K9 W ,, L . ,Rr - xy ly . io. new , XXI ll!!! R31 NE. is 4 A f :tv , mg --..-'- EWU KBC 00111 tiff!! LC-Oli hum:-rm .,: wi A E SEO!! Q Q 5 no-sm! '13 new seo-N ff, . , . ' Pl U'6If1' X031 QOUU I 0' SCO!! - L.-.,2,.,.E.L,zm x If ,A ag?" 444- , 6vr'f1W'X FIRST ROW, left to right: Elizabeth Riker, Co-Editor, Tiger Trax, Erika Hoehndorf, Editor, Rocket, Alfa Ledbetter, Business Manager, Rocket. SECOND ROW: Lee McNa1t, Circulation Manager, Tiger Trax, Con- nie- Mack Gilliland, Editor, Tiger Trax, Eric Berg, Sports Editor, Tiger Trax, Roy Bob Kilgore, Assistant Editor, Tiger Trax, QUILL AND SCROLL MISS FLOYDEAN WILBURN ERIC BERG MRS. GRACE HATHCOCK Sponsor President Sponsor l tl' 1,1 'rv i b 1, 'Les :,4,. ,X s lr!! c 4 .fxx Left to right: Pat Lee, Elaine Carpenter, Syl- via Echavarria, Pat Gould, Janice Green, Alfa Ledbetter. STANDING: Robert Springer: Dennis Roswell. SEATED: Carl, Bobby Danley, Sowell, John Pobar BOYS' STATE Delegates for Boys' and Girls' State are chosen from the iunior class on the basis of citizenship, leadership and responsibility. Boys and girls devote their energies to learning more about city, county and state governrnent. At the end of a hard week of work, students are rewarded with a festive banquet which is honored by many distinguished guests, including the governor ofthe state. GIRLS' STATE , Jerry McKee, George Janes. Nunn, Olson, Leland Eddie C HARACTER . . . SCHCLARSHIP National Honor Society spring induction of 1958. NATIONAL HONOR SOClETY Q 9 E . 2. 1 rf 1 Z A W Qi S L Every spring a few iuniors, selected for their oustanding traits of leadership, scholarship, service, citizenship, and character, are inducted into the National Honor Society. This is the highest honor any student may attain in our school. The society is active throughout the year with candy sales, concessions, prepar- ing a food basket for Christmas and various proiects. . . . LEADERSHIP . . . SERVICE President CONNIE MACK GILLILAND Sponsor MISS ELIZABETH LAYTON FIRST ROW: S. Echarravia, M. Doman, E. Carpenter, H. Ortega, P, Lee, J. Green, J. Si. John, K. STevens SECOND ROW: L. Montoya, B. Danley, C. Gilliland, J. Dean, E. Hoehndoef, D. Jahns, J. McKee. Senior Princess Senior Princess GENEVIEVE AGUILAR PAT ALDERSON QUEEN Jimmie McCann r ik, - xv x .f Ki ' Senior Princess DIXIE TORIAN Coronaiion EVENING IN PARIS 1958 JuNioR-sENioR PROM Several annual traditions were broken at the 1958 Junior-Senior Prom. Both balconies remained open and the ceiling was left uncovered. The south balcony con- tained a sidewalk cafe. An art gallery with a lovers' lane occupied the north balcony. Blue street lights hung scattered through the gym. Blue lights were strung from the Eiffel tower which stood in the middle of the floor. The Fanfares, the University of New Mexico dance band, played romantic music in the mood of Paris throughout the evening. The band was seated on the west end of the main floor. At 10:30, Queen Jimmie McCann made her appear- ance through the royal doors of the perfume bottle and was crowned by Principal A. C. Woodburn. Lovers' Lane Lady-in-Waiting Junior Princess Junior Princess Junior Prmcess ALFA LEDBETTER SAMMY BEAL ELAINE CARPENTER PAT LEE li Q' ' D ' r' 'l QUEEN ALFA A --Y V --f A-- , AA.- Y .... ,4' A . Q 1 . . , ,- . ..'l 5 'r' ' 44 . ui V ' - xivvx ,s-.P rv- '-mf-f-f-"f""' .x "' ' L , , 9 - . A 1 4- "' -J A ' " A 1 A . r...n,, H.: 44 V. WAHI' -'nr ' .- HOMECOMING ROYALTY Freshman MARY LOIS SNELL 'Aw- QUEEN ALFA AND HER COURT Sophomore LORRAINE MCLEOD Junior PRISCILLA OWENS 1 - X VW ' F E S Senior ELAINE CARPENTER 'Q' King Twirp, PETE SARMIENTO, being crowned by Janice Green. Senior Prince and Escort HARRY ALLEN, NANCY CONNER Sophomore Prince and Escort DOUG ESSEX, MICKEY TERMINE 32 TWIRP WEEK The Student Council provided A.H.S. with a lot of laughs and fun by sponsoring the first "Twirp Week." Twirp means, "The woman is requested to pay" which is exactly what the girls did on November 24 through the 26. The 25th brought A.H.5. an assembly presented by the students. The 26th brought a dance at which King Twirp was crowned. The Freshman girls, so coy and shy, Elected Ralph Roach their favorite QUY- The Sophomore girls had an easy time Electing Doug Essex the next in line. The Junior girls, so sweet and steady, Named Isidro Garcia a real cool daddy. Harry Allen succeeded to convince The Senior girls to elect him prince. Junior Prince and Escort ISIDRO GARCIA, GRACE MADRID lt lp? A Freshman Prince and Escort RALPH ROACH, DIXIE LEDBETTER Royalty awaiting the crowning of "King Twirp." Mike MCLC-skey, Frank Smith, Dean Harrington, in the Barber Shop Quartet. and Leroy Hightower George .lanes and Benna Harbert singing "A Falling Star" at the Twirp assembly. ALFA LEDBETTER TOM BAUMGARTNER SENIOR FAVORITES 3155 V E Km i . if 1 X 'ff' V ' e 5 . J 'lc ' -5 ks., .Gia . ff ef ', I fi . 1 . 5 , if My iff Kgs if an gy yi' As IK K.. M Fl ,M YV' 's, '1. 1? . , , , ' , 'K 'p?g4y.f'1iiV Q' gli: H w v. 4, ' 4 X 1 R NQSBJ W M ax .gigs ' w 1" , I W 1-'I ' 4 5 ' 1, 1 ,V s. N 2 gif? X , X wp , M fav Ry Q, fxzjzwfx ,Ng H- J Q g ,se -gy, fi - g iw . i w VY . . ? if W1 ' 'A gfgs f y A A If - j3fVjfi,. ' YY! Q. sy A fl : ' V " Ns ' M , . Q - A f 3 4 1+ , - ' ' ' xx V W L ,g"'ffl.,5ffQ?3W."! W M K , , ,.,. - V, K M .- Mn-wg Xt, A 1 '- 5 T155-w1fefgr1.5gwi ' 'gg ,ws .:fvwf.'1'1' f Sw Y 5'5" ff .3 'V -Win x 4 fl -ww If ---- - 4 L,1L L ' ' 5 FQ' Q M ws V ' , ' ' ...Q S 4 ? as 4? 2 Y --.... . Q 2 --N 5 f Q i in 1 J 'fa ig' j vi S "' ,F K Agua? 'W 'img J' nga. 9314 : KX, o , A WWNWMW f gk 3' RRAINE MCLEOD DOUG ESSEX SCPHCMORE FAVORITES 2 Q11 A VT 1 RY x s XV v mi ,I UG ' . l fi! 4 Vt, Q my Hx f Back to the salt mines. Bottle neck. Do-si-do. AHS Annie Oakley: Mary Steele. Purl iwo? Dollie. Independent industry. sa. -1 2llCl ClVq 3 i J D DOUILI LIU!! SCORE I -'-- scour 1 mum A f K 1 wow ggi noun: 4 A scoff A . 1 ,coli 5. ooulu 3 woxo 1 scans 5 ,E "" 1 noun: ooum 1 Lmn X iX 4 A L T 1 scans scour Q E 909515 3 :3pzL1 f fL' QL . 1 LITTER M 1 scour 10 5 ' x noun! noun: EQ -1 ' 1 5 Lama mrs: ' Q 1 Q SCORE scour A X W.---me mourns oouaus WORD ' .mfs WORD i s ms 1 Efwf scour ' K K . .xx, . ' i q,ps"""""""n-V, 1 x 1' 'KLEYYEI 3 XE? 4 NM,,M . 3 E 1 i 1 fscone 1 MIM, L , ,.,, 4 f ,, Q ? f A ,Q " k A , A-If 1 noun: oouaue ' ' A linen Lenin i WJ' 1 scons scour A Q Q , Q 1. 1 1 scour .f K Wi. DOUILI LEW!! SCO!! "mums 'fa I DO lifliilili HHH! 'MOFU' ' Lua..- 3 OFFICERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL Mr. Townsend, Sponsor, J. Anderson, Vice President, J. Green, President, J. Bennet, Corresponding Secretary, S, Glover, Reporterg J. Garrett, Secretary, O. Gomez, Treasurer. STUDENT COUNCIL BACK ROW: Mr. Townsend, G. Nelson, C, Gilliland, J. Anderson, D. Jahns, I. Woehl, C, Beck, B. Roland, J. Green, L. Conley, L. Santimays, L. Kirner, C Moya, C. Hopkins, S. Glover, O. Gomez, E. Sanchez, S, Duran, D. Bartlett, S. Echavarria, H. Ortega, M. Gilliland, J. Garrett. Qi Yi CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: G. Nel son, Junior, D. Essex, Sophomore S. Duran, Senior, L. Kimer, L. San timays, Freshmen, C. Pancake, Sophomore, O, Gomez, Junior, I Woehl, Senior. it-1 N - ll " L 1 f . CLUB REPRESENTATIVES: D. Jahns, C. Gilliland, C. Hopkins, J. Bennet, B. Roland, C. Beck, C. Moya, L. Conley, E. Sanchez, S, Glover, J. Garrett, S. Echavar- ria, M. Gilliland, H. Ortega, D, Bartlett. ' 7. This year the Student Council led a School Community Chest Drive within the four classes. Fifty percent of the money went to C,Y.A.C. and the rest to mis- cellaneous items. A few of the other projects that were very successful in our school were the Tiger Call, Twirp Week, and the Parking Stickers, As in years before, Student Council representatives attended the State Student Council Con- vention. 4I 'sw GEORGE JANES President i' K.. L IP' .egylfr A 5 .iff CLUB 6' ,X fish-"- 'i' 'Vs ll l . i NEWT MacDONALD Sponsor , i .- 5 FIRST ROW: Coach MacDonald, C, Smith, J. Coody, G. Janes, F. Porras, Coach Griggs, Coach Strahon. SECOND ROW: T. Seddon, V. Thompson, D. Batie, J. Moore, E. Champion, J. Gam, D, Luce, K. Hill, L. Carl. THIRD ROW: C. Jordan, J. Brady, H. Valenzuela, F. Guilerrez, R. Nunn, B. Hayes, M. Braddock, A. Spencer, J. McNeil, R. Siackhouse. FOURTH ROW: C. Chambers, J. Duran, C. Duran, R, Hmcliinson, G. Rodriguez, J. Carter, C. B. Anderson, B. Harrison, D. Olsen. FIFTH ROW: B, Danley, I. Garcia, C. Lofze, R. Garcia, .I Snell, T. Marsh, D. Lalley, H, Allen, B. Stone. J. C. L. it-, ll 111 gg--. L-1 iii- - T- ? -- iii.- 41--11. -1 . -ii 1-1. - q l 1- LELAND CARL MRS. CARL President Sponsor The Junior Classical League is a national organization composed of local classi- cal clubs in junior and senior high schools. Its purpose is to encourage among the young people an interest in and an appreciation of the civilization, language, literature, and art of Greece and Rome, and to give some understanding to that classical antiquity. FIRST ROW: S. Stiles, J. Beasley, L. Carl, D. Smith, L. Conley, Mrs. Carl. SECOND ROW: D. Gillis, B. Griffin, C. Beck, F. Thomas, H Hans, L. Fornas, M. Willard, R. Hill, E, Henderson, W. Rasmussen, R. Haynes, M. Gilliland. THIRD ROW: B. Daunt, R. Smith, E. Roth man, J. Woodburn, E. Carpenter, J. Franklin, B. Danley. FOURTH ROW: R. Burrows, B. Baron, I. Braun, M. Chesney, J, Hunt, C. Shulse E. Vandayburg, K. Foelsche, M. Scharn, P. Lee. FIFTH ROW: W. Huffman, P. Korff, M. Miller, L, Petty, C. Meceskey, M. Turner, J Pobar, D. Wycliff, W. Ward, G, Franklyn. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERlCA-FIRST ROW: B. Bartlett, D. Bartlett, C. Schrein, V. MacAarort, P. Gould, M. Gilliland, P. Lee, G. Druley. SECOND ROW: J. Garrett, B. Metcalf, M. Townsend, B. Bonnell, D. Pobar, L. Conley, K, Pobar, K. Hampton, Mrs. Murphy. THIRD ROW: J. Dean, P. Kennedy, M. Coody, W. Blazer. -1 MRS. MURPHY Sponsor VICKIE MacAARON President SOON THEY WILL TEACH THE FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA is an organization of students who are interested in making teaching their career. Some of the various activities of the year include practice teaching, practices at grade schools and different methods of teaching. The group was led very successfully by Vickie MacAaron, president, and Mrs. Murphy, sponsor. 1 a . . , TOP ROW: Virginia Gonzales, Jerrie Donnell, Ramona Leon, Dorothy Bell, Joyce Simmons, Helen Sandoval, Virginia Valdez, Lupe Romero, Maxine Estrada, Delma Turner. MlDDLE ROW: Betty Lou Turner, Susanne Ingle, Refugia Misquez, Alice Cordero, Veronica Garcia, Catherine Pobar, Melanie Bagwell, Patricia Ambrose, Nancy Torres, Ramona Garcia, Norma Junker, Mrs. Hein. BOTTOM ROW: Clara Mae Lewis, Lore Anaya, Carolyn Mecaskey, Carole Rau, Virginia Gonzales, Mary Malone, Cecilia Malone. STELLA DURAN President 3.5 MRS. HElN Sponsor FHA ,s BACK ROW: Celestino Gomez, Kermit Hill, Jerry Haskins, Ronnie Hill, David Navarro, Emmit Champion, Pat Hathcock. FRONT ROW: Veronica Chavez, Stella Duran, Elaisa Sanchez, Lizzie Montoya, Dolores Chavez, Mary Gay Doman, Mr. Zeve, sponsor. Not pictured, co-sponsor Mr. Huffman. A fs, PAN AMERICAN NTL. 955 ' A 'Fil The purpose of this club is to advance understanding between English and l yzy, Spanish speaking Americans, and to add to a knowledge of the Spanish language and the cultures related to it. ' ci b P a A - ' u resi ent - 1' ,if , oAvio NAvARRo if Pillaged pinata. Ha . ' arg jf ngmg the Pina? a. High si. i BETTER HEALTH The CANDY STRIPERS were organized by the students of AHS this year. The meetings, held twice a month, give the girls practical experience and training in nursing and related fields. The members are working toward establishing an interest in the field of nursing, since our country is badly in need of well-trained nurses. SLYVIA UNTZ President FIRST ROW: Alvia Findley, Stephanie Solonski, Camille Pancake, Nadine Conard, Sylvia Untz, Karen King, Debbie Bartlett, Nancy Louder, Kay Hedrick. SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Cross, Kay Nicholes, Sharon Jacques, Doris Joe Armiio, Leona Petty, Ann Dixon, Barbara White, Virginia Nichols, Clara Lewis, Lorraine McLeod, Lynnea Bradshaw, Joyce McCoy. gli- MISS LEDGERWOOD Sponsor X HARRY STEVENS President MR. HORVATH Sponsor I I I BOTTOM ROW, left to right: E. Horvath, Sponsor, H. Stevens, President, R. Stackhouse, R. Smith, I. Woelf, C. Cooper, P. Kennedy. SECOND ROW: C. Beck, I. Scharn, K. Foelsche, M. Steele, S. Somers, M. Gilliland, B. Frampton. THIRD ROW: B. Griffin, G. Charters, R. Morgan, D. Helfrich, N. Dixon, B, Daunt. TOP ROW: R. Fraser, B. Dockray, E. Henderson, E. Champion, J. Betts. SCIENCE RESEARCH CLUB The second year of existence of the SCIENCE RE- SEARCH CLUB has been a successful one. The club has gone on many field trips. Their main activity of the year is the local science fair, which the club sponsors. DIETER JAHNS President SEATED, left to right: E. Hoehndorf, H. Ortega, D. Jahns, P. Lee, A. Roscoe. SECOND ROW: l. Woehl, I. Scharn, G. Bickle, M. Gilliland, D. Bartlett. THIRD ROW: B. Danley, E. Carpenter, J. Woodburn, S. Jacques, E. Braun, K. Foelsche. FOURTH ROW: R. Hill, J. Wyant, R. Munselle, D. Olsen, R. Nunn. MISS SITTEL Sponsor MU ALPHA TH ETA Mu Alpha Theta, a national honorary math club, is a new organiza- tion to our school. Students who have completed two years of math and have a grade average of B in both math and other subiects are eligible for acceptance. Throughout the year a standing program committee brings outstanding speakers, films, and proiects to the meetings. MR. WILDMAN Sponsor CHESS CLUB This group consists of students who enioy matching wits on this age-old game of strategic skill. The chess club placed fourth in statewide tournaments held last spring. CHRIS LOTZE President Z1 l FIRST ROW, left to right: Marie Gilliland, Clifford Oliver, Lena Buck. SECOND ROW: Leslie Bond, I Ben Cameron, Mary Steele, Rainer Jaenke, Tom Nichols. THIRD ROW: Joe Minton, Charles Burmeister, Tony Munoz, Jack Scott, Miss Sittel. MISS SITTEL Sponsor JANE GARRETT President Mrs. Dorothy Davison, spon- sor of the Thespian Club, being presented a corsage by Peggy Bowers after the Junior Class Play. 'and' BOTTOM ROW, left to right: T. Mischuk, P. Lee, J. Garrett, P. Gould, J. Bennett, J. Thompson. SECOND ROW: D. McClamrock, A. Fortune, P. Martineau, B. Dennison, M. Doman, H. Fairchild, D. Abbott. THIRD ROW: G. Hoffman, F. McLemore, B. Morey, K. Dimmitt, N. Conner, S. Gilmore. TOP ROW: S. George, C. Shulse, E. Vandayburg, M. Witte, S. Loomis, S. Solonsky. THESPIAN CLUB iect after another. The Club put on the All-School Q Play and 6 one-act plays, helped with other plays, pated in the one-act play festival in Portales. This year the Thespian Club has had one pro- and gave a school assembly. They also partici- -if V 'lf 'r r - dw xi? -f'fa"f Wei . . 45 ' -tv 5' I h is n-,E , ,, , - ,, i . , T K gk . , Q. ,- ,t It '.-1 ' 11" ALL-SCHOOL PLAY CAST John Brady .............................,......,.........,..... Commordore Crochet tw 4 Helga Tarnowski Sally Beth Lee ....... Lizzie Montoya ....... Crochet ...,---.Topal Crochet -.,---..Evvie Crochet Danny Smith ........L,L .,.,,.7 A rthur Crochet Selina Echavarria ..,.. . ....., Elna Crochet Sylvia Echavarria .....,, ,c..,,c F leece Crochet Bob Baron .,.,.......... ...cccc., D ewey Crochet Frank Smith ............,. .c....c.......... . . ...,. Tayo Brian Fitzsimmons c.c,.. 4eec,....e.c.ccc....f T Obin Petro Eber ---,------,-,, ..,.,.. . Mrs. B. Crochet Rosalie Whitfield ..c.., cccc......cc M rs. Dupre Ted Mischuk -,-.,------ ......,.,. S tudent Director Reach for the stars. Ellen Vandayburg ...... Carolyn Shulse ....... -..---.Production Manager --,--.-----..-.-...Prompter THE GREAT BIG DOORSTEP ALL-SCHOOL PLAY A comedy in three acts, directed by Mrs. Dorothy Davison, takes place in the bayou country of southern Louisiana and centers around a family of happy-go-lucky Caiuns headed by a fat, lazy, but kind father and a practical mother who has the heart of a sentimental poet. A doorstep which is retrieved from the river becomes the source of inspiration to a hapless family to improve their way of life. I wish I were disappointed. ' . " lf -. ft! -"- ' 14- -fnrggfm Y as , . . . J N, . r,.... lj., , ,M V f ,.i, .tx V: Q I E-e-e-ch!! What a messll A 'xii Sq' i YJ' 1 SEATED, from left to right: Sally Beth Lee, Helen Ortega, Annette Druley, Selina Echavarria, Mary Gay Doman. STANDING: Dieter Jahns, Gary Landry, Bill Rinehart, Denny Mecasky. THE LOUD RED PATRICK SENIOR PLAY A hilarious comedy about the struggle of a romantically-minded young girl who wants to get married against her father who is determined to send her to college. As always, romance prevails against heavy odds and the girl happily gets her vvay. A comedy in three acts by JOHN BORUFF CAST: Rosalie Flannigan , Selina Echavarria Rita Flannigan , E Helen Ortega Maggie Flannigan , , c,Sally Beth Lee Mary Flannigan , Annette Druley Mrs. Gallup Mary Gay Dornan Patrick Flannigan , Dieter .lahns Mr. Finnegan Bill Rinehart Ralph Penrose ,Denny Mecasky Richard Gary Landry , , -.- 1 1 f I I . . From left to right: B. Morey, T. Mischuk, J. Means, F. Smith, K. Johnson, L. Carl, C. Oliver, J. Woodburn, J. Bennett, D. Abbott, P. Ambrose, K. King, J. Franklin, S. Gilmore, J. Burns, P. Bowers, B. Driskill, Mrs. Davison. SEVEN NUNS AT LAS VEGAS JUNIOR PLAY A delightful comedy involving the transfer of a convent and seven nuns to Las Vegas, Nevada. St. Joseph finally returns the nuns after a number of unusual events take place. A comedy in two acts by NATALIE WHITE CAST: Sister Rose Sister Edna . Sister Columba Sister Felicitas Sister Maria ..., Sister Ann Sister Frances Mr. Edelman Father O'Brien Peaches . Boots -. , ,..,, ..,. - ,. Baby ....... Reverend Mother ....-..Dianne Abbott W ...Pat Ambrose Kathryn Johnson ..... Janet Bennett ..........Joy Means .......--Jerilyn Burns Janet Woodburn .--.-,.Frank Smith ,.Lee Carl ,,-..Barbara Driskill . ...... Jo Ann Franklin ..,... Sandra Gilmore ..-..,.Peggy Bowers kay., qi -A 1 F it itz' t T24 filitxijlflf ' SPEAKERS OF GOD'S TROMBONES Jo Ann Franklin, Sally Beth Lee, Frank Smith, Not pictured, Lee McNatt. As a feature of the music department this spring, members from the mixed chorus, orchestra, band, and a cappella choir joined together in presenting God's Trombones in the Heights School auditorium Tuesday night, February 24. God's Trombones is an adaptation by Fred Waring of poems by James Weldon Johnson and music of the traditional Negro spirituals into an impressive folk program. ln addition to God's Trombones, the a cappella group sang selections from Briga- doon, a musical being presented by the Alamogordo Music Theatre later in the spring. Four songs in the German language were presented on the program. Two were sung by Helgie Tarnowski, and the mixed chorus sang two. This was the chorus' first attempt at singing German. X - ez- ' '-2'..'2-'inf' "5 X N x Left To right: Susan Loomis, Art Editor, Erika Hoehndorf, Editor-in-Chief, Sally Beth Lee, Copy Editor, Sandy Gilmore, Janet Vaughan, Junior Class Editors, Alfa Ledbetter, Business Managerp Linda Waldrum, Sophomore Class Editor, Ingrid Hoehndorf, Lynn Cerny, Freshman Class Editors, Mrs. Hathcock, Sponsor, Elaiza Sanchez, Senior Class Editor. THE BIGGEST AND BEST Though the group seems relaxed at the moment, many hours of hard work have gone into the making of our yearbook. Anxious, frantic Annual Staffers could be found pouring over layouts, searching for names, pictures . , . The book, finished at last, we now proudly present to you, our student body. '59 SENIORS Jamie Dean Stella Duran Janice Green Pat Lee Sally Beth Lee Susan Loomis Elaisa Sanchez Joyce Simmons Sally Stiles Frances Thomas JUNIORS Dianne Abbott Georgette Druley Sandy Gilmore Benna Jean Harbert Corienne Hawkins Kay McCrary Mike MCLE-sky Lee McNatt Ted Mischuk Martha Townsend Janet Vaughan Linda Waldrum ini ROCKET STAFF l 5'1Ap if 4,55 TOP ROW: LaVerne Swanson, Joy Means, Sharon Lietzke, Virginia Nichols, President, Billie Sue Dennison, Melanie Bagwell, Elaine Carpenter. SECOND ROW: Sally Stiles, Georgette Druley, Martha Shipley, Judy Thompson, Mrs. Hathcock, Joyce Simmons. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club consists of student librarians, who serve their school by keeping students' individual records, shelving and arranging books, helping to circulate the hundreds of books that go out of the library each month. Mrs. Davison drops by to check on new books, chats with the new bride. Mrs. Hathcock, AHS librarian, checks Alfa's book record with her. "-Kia. ir! BACK ROW: G. Hamilton, S. Frahm, B. Weston, V. Chavez, P. Chevez, L. Romero, S. Fish, H. Ortega Miss Rutz, D. Bartlett, K. Schrein, C. Viscara, A. Farmer, J. St, John. FRONT ROW: M. Scharn, J. Rowden, A. Dudley, S. Glover, E. Sanchez, P. Strong, C. Hopkins, C. Dugan, M. Romersberger, L. Sanchez, M. Jessup, C. Madrid, R. Leon. G.A.A. President Vice President CAROL HOPKINS CLARA DUGAN Jump high, girls! f ! 7. it Sponsor MISS RUTZ TOP ROW: L. Conwell, F. Gutierrez, D. Musch, P. McConnell, H. Tarnowski, P. Eber, V. Gonzales, S. Pilgreen, M. Carl, D. Cordry. SECOND ROW: D. Harrington, D. Helfrich, J. McCoy, B. Lotze, V. Garcia, J. Lanaux, L. Sanchez, M. Tucker, S. Weeks, S. Stagner, THlRD ROW: P. Webb, J. Hensley, J, Chavez, E. Smith, K, Malone, B. Harbert, P. Hall, J. Cross, D. Abbott, J. Lethermen, L. Hightower. FOURTH ROW: J. Hibbens, J. Trujllo, Janet Vaughan, J. Franklin, J. Burns, M. Dowd, J. Hamilton, E. Vandayburg, D. Bunker, E. Wilson. Not pictured is D. Berry, D. Cadenhead, E. Coble, L. Deleon, R. Koonce, T. Mischuk, D. Moore, M. Taylor, A. Thomas, R. Lehrnenn. CHORUS TOP ROW: M. Mactavish, C. Duran, G. Herrell, J. Tid-well, N. Louder, M. Dowd, D. Canfield, S. Clarke, L. Anaya, M. Malone, C, Malone, B. Barros, V. Gonzales, S. Stiles, B. Duquette, K, Nelson, D. Polbar, B. Bonnell, J. Anderson,'A. Herron, A. Cordero, E. Estrata, M. Ontiveros, M. Cano, J. Dulaney, L. Rogers, D. Borton, P. Parra, M. Guiterrez, D. Bartlett, S. Gonzales, R. Gonzales, J. Sisneros, R. Fuentes, R. Misquez. The Mixed Chorus has done three programs this year: Orchestra-Choral Concert, "The Messiah" and the "Gods Trombone." They also attended Musical Festival which was held in Alamogordo this year. The chorus has been very active this year, and has done a swell iob. The All State members were in Albuquerque January 39, 30, and 3l. They did a fine iob and are to be recommended highly for being picked out ot the state to represent Alamogordo this year. The A Cappella, a selected group from the chorus, did a wonderful job this year. They did several programs tor various clubs and organizations. They also sang at Musical Festival. BACK ROW: Dean Harrington, Frank Smith, Larry Conwell, George Janes, Jim Snell, Lee Roy Hightower, Stan Dunn, Ethulle Smith, Jo Ann Frank- lin, Benna Harbert, Carol Dobbins, Virginia Gonzales, Dian Musch, Hel- gard Tarnowski, NOT PICTURED: Lee McNatt, Sally Lee. ALL STATE Dean Harrington, Larry Conwell, Freddie Gutierrez, Don Helfrich, Paul Webb, Steve Stagner, Lee Roy Hightower, Stan Dunn, Alt. Genelle Hamilton, Ethulle Smith, Jo Ann Franklin, Benna Harbert, Virginia Gonzales, Dian Musch, Helgarcl Tarnowski. sr-- 'M + I f 5 If 56? E QL M E f if 1? F W fa 'Eg 1 EQ FIRST VIOLINS Sharon Cadenhead Sue Glover Betty Annn Hagaman Althea Hampton Charlotte Ann Menger Leone May Petty Heidemarie Reischl Bill Taylor SECOND VIOLINS Estelle Brunson Leon Clendenon Sondra Lee Frahm Virginia B. Gonzales Donna Lee Keith Mary Lou Oliver Ethell Rothman Ruth Smith FLUTES Cheryl Beck Beverly McNeil VIOLAS Harry Bouma Margaret Bowling Susan Dale Jeanette Sullivent Linda Walker Elizabeth Weston CELLOS Lelan Carl Lee McNatt Mary Roemersberger Elaine Van Dyke Margaret Bowling Estelle Brunson Sharon Cadenhead Sue Glover Betty Hagaman Karen Holder ORCHESTRA MEMBERS OF THE ORCHESTRA MEMBERS OF THE STRING ENSEMBLE BASS ES Margaret Baxter Deloris Steele Ralph Wood OBOES Charles Burmeister Linda Turner CLARINETS Darlene Bunker James Hoover HORNS Avalin Dudley Marian Jessup BASSOONS Frank Smith Jerry Wiant TRUMPETS Ben Cameron Carter Jordan TROMBONES Leroy Hightower Mike McLeskey PERCUSSION Dian Musch Lee McNatt Heidemarie Reischl Ethell Romman Elaine Van Dyke Betty Weston Ralph Wood CONCERT BAND The Concert Band during the Pops Concert. The Alamogordo High School band plays a dual role during the school year. Football season brings the marching band to school every morning working on half-time shows for the football games. After football season is over the band starts work on concert music. The con- cert band gives four concerts during .the year. These include the Pops Concert, the Winter Concert, the Spring Concert and the Music Festival Concert. Besides playing music, the band has a magazine subscription sale drive. Keen competition arises between band members as they compete for the prizes that are given to the highest sellers. PICCOLOS C. Beck D. Gillis FLUTES D. Abbott C. Beck A. Fortune D. Gillis N. Lindsey M. Miller C. Pancake B. White J. Woodburn OBOES C. Burmeister F. McLemore L. Turner BASSOONS B. Bonnell F. Smith J. Wiant FRENCH HORNS A. Dudley R. Hoover J. Jessup J. Jorgenson CORNETS and TRUMPETS BAND PERSONNEL C. Arnold G. Brackhahn B. Cameron B. Coburn J. Hanson C. Jordan F. Kerner A. Munoz T. Nichols F. Paz C. Pantoia BASS CLARINET M. Parsley R. Wenk ALTO SAXOPHONES V. Gregory M. Pender A. Roscoe K. Stevens E. Wiest V. Wight TENOR SAXOPHONES K. Alford G. Hamilton R. Heitman A. Jones CLARINETS D. Beaver S. Blan D. Bunker E. Bunker L. Carwile J. Dalton L. Doman M. Doman J. Egdahl K. Elliott K. Faris B. Griffin B. Holder R. Hill J. Hoover R. Kilgore B. Lotze G. Madrid R. Morgan J. Mowery E. Munoz J. Patterson N. Stevens T. Thompson BARITONE SAXOPHONES H. Gregory B. Roland TROMBONES L. Bond J. Green L. Hightower M. McLeskey MARCHING BAND at moming practice. R. Smith A. White BARITONE HORNS E. Chavez A. Duarte' E. Gondare BASSES M. Brady J. Rhodes PERCUSSIONS J. Baugh L. Buck K. Cruikshank N. Louder D. Mush P. Prior B. Strock TYMPANI K. Cruikshank D. Musch MAJORETTES D. Abbott D. Musch S. Clarke B. Harbert C. Pancake B. Roland Five of our six A Squad Cheerleaders brought honors to Alamo High School by taking several first places at Cheerleading School, which was held at Pepperdine College, Los Angeles, during the week ot July 4 to July ll, 1958. Among their other activities, they attended the New Mexico High School State Cheerleading Convention, in Deming, December 6. Jerilyn was elected secretary of the organiza- tion. The cheerleaders wore black pleated skirts and white sweaters during foot- ball season and had snappy new white and gold outfits for the basketball games. Y I 'E rf, K , JERILYN BURNS SAMMY BEAL Head Cheerleader Senior q Junior ' ' JANET VAUGHN ALFA LEDBETTER 3 Junior Senior ...Qs OLIVIA GOMEZ ELAIZA SANCHEZ Junior Senior l 1 68 C fC Y Our six B Squad Cheerleaders helped to increase school spirit by leading peppy yells for the B Squad and Freshman football and basketball games. Along with the A Squad cheerleaders at Cheerleading School in Los Angeles, they also took several first places. BETTY HAGAMAN Freshman B Squad Cheerleaders MARY LOIS SNELL Freshman Head Cheerleader JOLENE DALTON Sophomore JUDY BRANTLEY Sophomore SUE GLOVER Sophomore BOBBY DALTON Freshman K sip DXAN MUSCH jUniorA Drum Malo' DJANNE ABBOT junior. Drum Malo' T Q MAJCRETTES BARBARA ROLAND Junior BENNA HARBERT Junior SHERRY CLARK Junior ,f W' ,M ,, fm ,, 4 A ltr, . lm: Q gl SYLVIA UNTZ Senior CAMILLE PANCAKE Sophomore PEP SQUAD :KN -fx Miss PATON . X 1 f KNEELING: J. Vaughan, O. Gomez, J. Burns, S. Beal, E. Sanchez, A, Ledbetter. FIRST ROW: B. Dalion, S, Glover, J. Dalton, J. Brantley, B. Hagaman, M. Snell. SECOND ROW: V. Chavez, S. Stogden, R. Lowe, S. Fish, H. Ortega. THIRD ROW: D. Pobar, M. Townsend, L. Kiern, S. Darnell, J. Chamberlain, J. Bennett, V. Gonzales. FOURTH ROW: K. Schrien, J. McCoy, L. Conley, L. Waldrum, 5. Jacques, J. Rowden, S. Lietzke, G. Torres. FIFTH ROW: C. Hopkins, C. Pobar, B. Cauihen, V. Bickle, P. Hopkins, S. Allen, S. Solonsky. JERILYN BURNS President nmnmwf P. 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I I ggxlgr 'P' A ' 155 V . a EDWARD CRANFIELD FREDERICK DOYLE JAMES GANT Tackle Center Halfback Sophomore Junior Sophomore ARTHUR GARCIA ISIDRO GARCIA ROBERT GARCIA Guard Halfback Guard Junior Junior Junior FRED GUTIERREZ ROBERT HAYES KERMIT HILL Fullback Tackle Guard Junior Sophomore Junior DONALD LUCE TOM MARSH JACKIE MOORE End Tackle Halfback Sophomore Senior Junior fs? M MIKE MORRIS EARL NUNN DENNIS OLSEN End Center End Junior Senior Senior JIM SNELL ROBERT STONE HENRY VALENZUELA End Tackle Halfback Senior Junior Senior "B" SQUAD --.--an-gg -1--.....,... 'V V mimi --ww --on TOP ROW: Thomas Garcia, Richard McCarson, David Canfield, Melvin Dunn, Frank Fisk. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Peckenpaugh, Don Luce, Ronnie Cleaver, Ronnie Milburn, Gene Bates, BOTTOM ROW: Ted Cano, Richard Smiih, Don Smith, Richard Gruber. fameuww. "F ROSH" SQUAD TOP ROW: Coach Bob Herron, Coach John Lee, Juan Truiillo, Bob Pritchard, Cecil Turner, Russell Smith, Bob Griffin, Roger Snodgrass, Mike Brady, Charles Townsend, David Stovall, John Lee, Ray McDonald, Augustin Molinar, Edward Salas, Archie Kelly, Coach Dave Robertson. MlDDLE ROW: Walter Huffman, Jim Jorgensen, Dick Pacheco, Bill Ricker, Lee Simmons, Chuck Sledge, Marion Milburn, Claude Holguin, Wayne Grissom, Frank Hunter, Bob Mackey, Allen Fuchs, George Smith, Thomas Seddon, Ray lvans. BOTTOM ROW: Bill Reynolds, Paul Hill, Arthur Candelaria, Raymond Pantoia, Vincent Ortega, Bill Carlisle, Colin Arnold, Richard Robling, Mack Waddell, Rickey Garner, Louis Chavez, Nick Gonzales, Leon Clendenen, David Lee. BASKETBALL IIAII LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Hutchinson, D. Lally, L. Stallings, G. Janes, H. Allen, A. Woods, C. Hodgson, J McKee, J. Carter, F. Porras, C. Jordan. KNEELING: Manager, J. Prelzelka. All eyes on the ball. A :- nw + if -+L " , ,QE MW fsf isgigiw Wfmsvmrizi 15 55 si 315.55 ,,z'fQ1. H My , Q:,L Q gf ik Us ... , I-L N, .. Q zz, Q L gb. L .ki 4, I " DON LALLY BASKETBALL f L CARTER JORDAN ARTHUR WOODS JOHN CARTER HARRY ALLEN STANDING: J. Bates, B. Slater, W. Clendennen, M. Conway, M. Nelson, D. Luce. KNEELING: C. Weissman F. Paz, J. Gant, V. Serna, E. Sfogden, C. B. Anderson. ll ll MR. JIM emacs S Coach 'Wa I F vn- S nAmmzw Keep Running, Tiger! BASEBALL '57-'58 FIRST ROW: Coach Cheek, A. Garcia, B. Chavez, J. Hernadez, G. Sandoval, R. Paz, L. Rumsey, C. B. Anderson, W. Lowe, Coach Griggs. SECOND ROW: F, Porras, D. Lally, E. Garcia, B. Danley, P. Dixon, M. Tibbets, L. Marquez, R. Hutchinson. Coach Gerald Cheek and Coach Jim Griggs. FIRST ROW: Coach Hickson, R. Worley, J. Geron, D. Batie, C. Swaggerty, H, Hayes, M. Yates, T. Gilmore, T. Nichols, D. Smith, Coach MacDonald. SECOND ROW: A. Del.eon, J. Moore, D. Darnold, J. Hernadez, B. Garcia, A. Spencer, D. Jahns, K. Hill, D. Beaver. THIRD ROW: B. Dow, F. Spradling, J. Snell, D. Jorgenson, L. Jackson, J. McKee, P. Wiegand, B. Wallace. FOURTH ROW: J. Louder, B. Smoot, T. Cravey, G. Janes, J. Kimbrell, H. Valenzuela, B. Black. 4 l1's your turn. Don't let him catch you! TRACK '57-'58 FIRST ROW: L. Carl, J. McNeil, T. Roemersberger, B. Beauchamp, B. Branson. SECOND ROW: J. Duran, J. Carter, C. Lovze, G. Rodriguez, Coach Dooley. TENNIS TEAM '57-'58 7 -vi TENNIS TEAM '58-'59 FIRST ROW: L. Carl, R. Newton, T. Munoz, E. Munoz, Coach Baldwin. SECOND ROW: J. McNeil, R Todd, M. Peckenpaugh, G. Rodriguez. NOT SHOWN: J. Carter, K. Hodgson. 1 . po 90 j . .., 35" . 13, 'Wm Tlwespians homecoming float. to 7 y Z 2 l Zo Q Qi-ff, "L LN. , MQ. Last years rumbling Team is shown putting on a performance at one of our basketball games. All Shook Up!!! Jumping Jacks, did you say? X learning to sew a fine seam. rfacr composed, ! First prize float. ,mm-.Ju Colossus. Show 'er how, Eddie. Maxine. 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Q: 'im J ww W, L1 'la Jie Q 1 4 5 ff 'Q 'A DAN WOODEN, s s Ness ANAGE RAY WESTFALL, Assrs1'AN'r 'ro HE su uqlamogofzclo Qublic :Schools EARL NUNN, suremnrznnsm 1222 INDIANA Ave. ALAMOGORDO, NEW MEXICO suPER1NTENDENTvs MESSAGE May I extend my congratulations to the students of Alamogordo High. To many of us, this has been a wonderful year. that your tion hope As you continue your careers in education I am sure soon you will feel that something truly fine passed way during the days you were together. I have been especially impressed with your determina- to carry your projects to successful conclusions. We that your memories in coming years will be of days well spent and that you will have many rewards for your efforts. p 211115 j7ZbL41fvL7 EARL NUNN, SUPERINTENDENT N DEN PRINCIPAL A. c. woonBuRN alamogvah H5911 gclwol Accredited By North Central Association A. C. WOODBURN. PRINCIPAL ALAMOGORDO. NEW MEXICO In these times of tension, trial and turmoil, it is a great satisfaction to observe successful preparation, by young people, for the future. My sincere wish for each of you is that this school year has been successful as well as satisfying. My congratulations to the student body for maintaining that which is best in the tradition of Alamogordo High School and to the Rocket Staff for recording, herein, a record of a part of those traditions. To each of you I wish success and happiness. MQW A. C. Woodburn Principal MR. R. WESTFALL G, ...,r Administrative Assistant , -gy A, MR. D. WOODEN I fb Business Manager ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 'X ' ii . f QU' fi' , W I ,M fi V I MRS. H. BURT MRS, HICKSON MRS, E. MCCLENDON Secretary to Mr, Westfall Sec,-eqayy 10 Mr. Nunn Bookkeeper MRS. J. REED MRS. GEORGIE BRYANT MRS. B. BATEMAN MRS. J. SMITH Secretary to Mr. Woodburn Registrar Attendance Clerk Nurse W0-'wi A Nm.: f""'7" Mrs. Bateman produces the evidence from the stu- dent body file, while Counselors Stockton and Hall approve. "Mr. Stockton, I have a problem . COUNSELING OFFICE Mr. Stockton, with the aid of Mr. Hall, conducts the school's extensive testing program, 'finds part-time employment for students who need it, listens to and gives advice and assistance with students' problems, personal and scholastic, offers vocational guidance, assists college-bound students in gaining admission to the institutions of their choice. CUSTODIANS Left to right: J. J. Melendrez, J. Carabaial, D. Carabaial, G. Helfrich, E. Hernandez, M. Garcia. Pausing for a moment from their full-time iob of keeping the school clean, our ianitors give our photographer a friendly smile. l x l--1 'QQ-im. .f.'V 156' IBLE IRD DR nrt? me D95 KEN SCORE ,A ,J .,,- mid J " , e 1,4-4 J 4 . 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East K9f17UClfY Stale College East Central State College Lll.l.lAN TUITLE GERALD CHEEK A.B., M.A. B.S. University of Kansas Central State College JOHN L. GREEN B.A. Eastern New Mexico University Edmond, Oklahoma JIM GRIGGS B.A. Eastern New Mexico University CALVIN O. HALL ' GRACE HATHCOCK TOM HICKSON JUNE KUHLMANN B.S., M.A. B.A., M.A., M.A. B.S. B.A. New Mexico State University Hardin-Simmons University New Mexico Western College Peru State Teachers College University of Denver ARTS OF LIVING CHARLES H. SPICER LARRY O. STOCKTON DAVID H. TOWNSEND B.S. A.B., M.A. B.A,, MA. Eastern Kentucky State College Highlands University Eastern New Mexico University Colorado State Teachers College HENRY CAMPBELL, JR. A.B., M.A. University of Kentucky New Mexico State University DAVE ROBERTSON A.B. Adams State College IO4 4 i i W AA' ar! rf LEO CADENHEAD THOMAS CRUME JOHN F. LEE B.A. A.B., Nl.A. B.S., Nl.E. HOWBI'd PGYIWE College Highland Univerglty West Texas S1316 College TO DEVELOP In our era, that of the missile, the rocket, and the mechanical brain, the math and science departments fill the needs of citizens of tomorrow by teaching the students of today. WILLIAM SHARP MARY SITTEL DARWIN WILDMAN B.A, B.S. B.S. University of Florida East Central State College Northwestern State College DAVID NEWELL M.B.A. Indiana University R. D. HERRON, JR. ERNEST HORVATH B.A. B.S. Colorado State College Purdue University SCIENTIFIC MINDS Clubs stemming from these two departments further interest in this field. The Science Fair, and full or part scholarships encourage both the scientifically inclined and the average all-round student to take advantage of this outstanding part of our school. ARTURO TORRES B.A., M.A. New Mexico State University RICHARD O'BRlEN CARROL K. JOHNSON B.A. B.S. New Mexico Highlands East Central State Teachers University College JOHN T. HOUSE B.S. Central State College WILL'lAM S, HULSEY B.S.E. University of Arkansas I0 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT ELIZABETH LAYTON A.B., M.A. Highlands University Colorado State College RUBY E. BRAZIL A.B. Highlands University The English department prepares students for higher education and seeks to teach good writing and speaking habits to those students who go into employment situa- tions. All students are required to complete suc- cessfully at least six semesters in this de- partment before graduation. CAROL LEDGERWOOD B.A. University of Colorado MARGARET HARMAN M.A. University of Arizona TOWARD DOROTHY DAVISON A.B. Nebraska State Teachers College MARTHA FAYE LEE LOUISE MURPHY MARY F. STOKES FLOYDEAN WILBURN B.A. B.s. B,A,, 5.5, B.A. Texas Women's University Florida State Universiiy Baylor College Texas Technological lnsiiiufe North Texas Slaie College MASTERY OF LANGUAGE PHILIP K. WINN B.A. East Central State Teachers College ETHEL J. STRODE B.S., MA. Colorado State College BUSINESS EDUCATIGN lRENE BAIRD B.S., MA. University of Missouri BONNIE PACE B,S., M.E, University of Arkansas Qyuuufu N. ,V There are excellent courses offered in Business Education. Because of demand for the course, a new class of second year shorthand has been added to the department. All Business Education students are eligible to be members of the State Commerce Club of Highlands University, which makes awards for outstanding achievements. CAROL WHITLOCK B.A. New Mexico Highlands FOREIGN LANGUAGE ln this day of the shrinking globe we are more proud than ever of our foreign language department. Beginning and advanced courses in both Latin and Spanish are offered now. Recordings, modern texts, and excellent teaching methods make these classes profitable for many of our student body. HAROLD N. HUFFMAN HELEN BENSON CARL A.B. Central College A.B., M.A. University of New Mexico BERNARD ZEVE B.A., M.A. New York University University of New Mexico ROBERT M. BOUMA B.M., M.A. Grinnell College lowa University GEORGE M. OTTO B.F.A. Ohio University MUSIC DEPARTMENT KENNETH BENDER B.M., M. Mus. Ed. University of Colorado Alamogordo High School has good reason to be proud of its music department. Each of the divisions of this department participates in various activities every year. During the first semester the orchestra, choruses, and bands gave pleasing concerts. The marching band boosted the morale of Alamo's Tigers and football fans. The chorus and string ensemble presented their annual Christmas feature, selections from The Messiah. All-State also provides a cultural outlet for this de- partment which always has several of its members in the All-State vocalists' and instrumentalists' list. PHYSICAL EDUCATION FRANCES PATON B.S, University of New Mexico MARGARET RUTZ B,S. University of New Mexico NEWTON MCDONALD B.A. Eastern New Mexico University .M- SAM STRATTON B.A, Eastern New Mexico University The physical education department has two definite divisions to meet the varied needs of both boys and girls. Both competitive sports and intramurals are offered for boys, while girls may participate in intramurals and the sportsday, field day, and "night-league" activities sponsored by the Girls' Athletic Association. PRACTICAL ARTS DEPARTMENT WAYNE L. CRAIG SPENCER GILLILAND B.A., M.A, Colorado State University B.S. East Central State College The department of practical arts shows the growing world wide trend to prepare students both academically and vocationally. On-the-iob' experience and classroom situations are used to the students' advantage by this department. The homes of many future Alamogordans will be improved by their having taken home economics, shop, art, or some of the other practical classes. H wr. . , ,,:'ff5if?fWY'5 3 REX LACEY B.A. New Mexico State University 'Sl PEGGY HEIN GRACE MULLEN B-5- B.S., M.E. Berry College Texas Tech EI I' f' DEVOUR 'EM!! NHS float took 2nd place! E, ,fl gk ? . iiVi'-fi i ws. Q- , A ,,.- Q ,W bg LADIES AID!!! - tvbun -Shui " X L How about that Janice? ft-nil - wg .fl -- L . PT-, Ai' 1 ll gg amama V X 'X UOUBII LEYTFR SCORE DG mm 15712555 352555 W C232 57 QETTII Q Y SCO!! i .X I A Q ,.m,.....W.M,.M...'a mmf HTTP K - SCG? T X I f 1 3 ' N .. S?5?L!iif mfaa scam 3 I ! 1' DO 2.5 SS E 4 ' 7' M'M' anus: sions 5 1 3 1 ooumz wow SCO!! i DOUBLE WYYI R SCORE DOUBLZ LEYYEI SCO!! ,Ma OOUIKE LEW!! SCORE DOUMI UOUME MVT!! LEW!! SCO!! SCO!! in , r ' H 4 wb 39 rf vs P , 4 ,xg w 'Rf ? -1 2- 4 ' DOUBI-I WORD SCO!! a s. A 1 f 1 P I' gg ,. 155' Qi- A Q. MR. JOHN CLEM Sponsor BARNES, GARY LEON California, here I come! AGUILAR, GLORIA JEAN If takes skill to hide one's ability. Cheerleader I7 Pep Squad l, 27 Mixed Chorus I, 27 Class Council 27 Student Council 37 Tiger Trax 3. ARCOS, JUDITH GAIL Before you ask, the answer is NO! Chorus l, 27 GAA 'I7 Thespians 37 NM Commerce Club 3, 47 All- School Play 3, Aj Senior Play 4. cs ALLEN, MARIAN KAY In Corona we do it this way. FHA I7 Chorus 2j Band 2, 37 Ma- Iorette 3. BAUMGARTNER, TOM Still wish? I could rodeo some more. Football l, 27 Track 'l, 2, 37 VP 3, 47 Citizenship Award T, 27 Prom Committee 3. ALLEN , H EN RY I will my share of the ba- Ioney to Jackie Moore. Transfer from Germany. Football 2, 3, 47 Basketball 2, 37 Track 2, 37 Letterman Club 2, 37 VP 3. BELLOWS, JOH N NY PAT BEAL, SAMMY DELL Hey, lemme tell you! Duh, I for- got, but it wasn't important. Band l, 2, 35 Malorette 25 FHA 35 Class Council 35 Pep Squad 3, 45 JCL 45 Citizenship Award 35 Cheer- leader 3, 45 Football Princess 35 Prom Princess 35 FNA 45 Prom Com- mittee 3. BEAUCHAMP, WILLIAM WAYNE BELL, DOROTHY Happiness consists of Bob and a hamburger. Class Council 45 Rocket 45 FTA I5 FHA 45 JCL 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Youth Recreation Council 2, 35 Tumbling Team 25 GAA 25 Pep BERNEAUI CLINTON Squad l, 35 Thespian 3. BEASLEY, JOHN Don't call ME a prevaricator! . f any ' .J V . BRITTON, EARL If you don't believe me, just ask me. CARL, LELAND Sees much of the brighter side of life, Student Council 2, 35 Or- chestra l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus I, 25 Junior Play 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 3, 45 JCL 2, 3, 4, President 4, Delegate to National Con- vention 35 Archeology Club I5 Boys' State 35 Citizenship Award 3. BROWN, LYMAN The blob! Transfer from Texas 2. Football l, 2, 35 Chorus Radio Club 'l. BRADY, JOHN Be good now. Football Manager 2, 35 Baseball Manager 25 "A" Club 3, 45 Band l,2. CADENHEAD, SHARON KAE Ooohh, you're flat! Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 String CAMPBELL, VIRGIE Tease a redhead and tempt the devil. Orchestra I, 25 Girls' Chorus 45 Library Club 3, 4. semble 3, 45 All-State , Honor Recital Ensemble 25 Quar- tet 3. CLARK, VICKIE SNELL Love and I had the wit to win. We drew a circle and took him in. Secretary-Treasurer Teenage Club 2, 3, Class Council 2, 3, Student Council 3, FHA 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, GAA 2. CARL, MELVIN I don't smoke and I don't chew and I don't go with girls that do . . , I ain't got no girl friend! CHAVEZ, VERONICA I'm not a flirt! I just like boys! GAA 1, 2, 3, Photographer 4, FHA 1, 2, Pianist 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Pan-American Club 4, Class Council 3, 4, SCC 2, 3. CHAVEZ, EUGENE CARPENTER, ELAINE Cow, I don't know, Class Secretary I, Class VP 2, Class Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Treasurer 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, President 3, Delegate to National JCL 2, Girls' State 3, Prom Princess 3, Home- coming Princess 4, Junior Play 3. CLAYBROOK, LAWANNA A thing done cannot be un- done. QL CONWEl.L, LARRY Time passes, will I? Transfer from Roswell 2. NHS lj Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 All-State Chorus 2, 35 A Cappella Chorus 45 Prom Committee 35 Baseball l5 Basketball 15 Rebel Staff l. COODY, JIM I don't think we should give this school back to the Indians because we have treated them bad enough already. Transfer from Oklahoma. Class Favorite 2, 35 Football l, 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 2, 3, 4, VP 45 Class Council 3, 45 Student Council 4, DANLEY, NORMA Not interested5 school just isn't my line. SCC 45 Square Dancing Club 25 Chorus l, 25 Pep Squad 'l. CONNER, NANCY LEE Whatafiend! Transfer from Tokyo, Japan. Choir 15 Student Council 15 Home- room President l5 Thespians 45 An- nual Staft 45 Bus Monitor 35 Junior Red Cross 25 Pep Squad 35 FNA 4. CRAWFORD, LEE DANLEY, BOBBY What? Me study? Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45 Ar- cheology Club I5 Ping Pong Club l5 JCL 2, 3, 45 Citi- zenship Award 35 Boys' State 35 NHS 3, 45 Class Council 45 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 2, 35 "A" Club 3, 4. DIMMITT, KAREN SUE I know . 4 . but I'll never tell. Girls' Chorus lg Prom Com- mittee 35 Junior Play5 JCL 35 Tiger Trax 45 Senior Class Council5 Thespians 4. DAVIS, GEORGE l'm going to get red-eyed and rowdy. DENISON, BILLIE SUE How dumb! Transfer. Cheerleader lg Band 15 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Pep Squad l, 2, 35 Library 45 FHA 45 Thespians 45 Junior Play5 Prom Committee 3. DEAN, JAMIE Never ask a logical question . . . the other kind causes more confusion. FTA l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary lp Program Committee 35 JCL 3, 45 YRC 2, 35 Prom Com- mittee 35 Thespians 35 An- nual Staff 45 NHS 3, 4. DICKSON, PATRICK C. 'Where there is doubt there is danger." Transfer from La Jolla High School, San Diego. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football l, 2, 35 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Class Council 9- Prom Committee 35 Varsity Club. DOMAN, MARY GAY "When in danger or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout." Transfer from Alexandria, Virginia. World Events Club T, 25 FHA 2, 35 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Play5 Pan-American Club5 Thespians 45 NHS 3, 4. DURAN, STELLA Never promise more than you can perform. Rocket 3, 4, Citizenship Award 2, 3, Class Council 1, 2, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, FHA President 4, Pan-American Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer l, Treasurer 2, Student Council 2, 4, NM Commerce Club 2, 4, Prom Committee 3. DOWD, MARILYN JOAN Say, hey, people! Are you a turtle? I am. Chorus l, 2, Girls' Chorus 'l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Busy Fingers l, 2, Rodeo Club 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, Teen Center Representative l, 2, Speech 2, NM Commerce Club l, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, As- sistant Tvping Teacher. 2. DUNN, STAN How you was? Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Quartet l, 2, 3, All-State Chorus 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, PE Lab Assistant 4, A Cappella Chorus 4. DUGAN, CLARA What I really am is a lover, not a fighter. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, VP 4, Chorus l, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Tumbling Team 2, 3, 4, Teenage Club Representative 2, Class Reporter 2, NM Commerce Club 1, 2, 4. ECHAVARRIA, SELINA Who's shorty? Pep Squad 2, 3, Junior Play 3, All-School Play 4, NHS 3, 4, Library Club 4, Student Council 4, NM Commerce Club 3. DRULEY, ANNETTE Man, like this is one grea year! t Transfer Burges High, El Paso. Phi Gamma 3, Y-Teens Secre tary 3, Drama Club 2, 3 Pan-American Club VP 3. r FARMER, ELFIDA That's lite. Transfer from Carrizozo and Tularosa. Student Council 2, FHA 2, Sweetheart Queen 3, SCC 3. FAIRCHILD, HELEN lt's what you learn after you know it all that really counts. Girls' Chorus I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Music Festival T, 2, 3, GAA 2, JCL 3, 4, SCC 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Thespians 4. GARCIA, ERNESTINA My hair is my trademark! FHA T, 2, 3, 4, VP 3, Dis- trict VP 3, FHA Sweetheart 3, SCC 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Chorus T, Citizen- ship Award 3. ECHAVARRIA, SYLVIA Everythings not big in Texas. Look at me! All-School Play 4, Girls' State 3, State Commerce Club 2 3 4, FORTUNE, ALBERTA LEA Oh, really? Transfer from Reserve. FHA, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, Cho- rus Accompanist 2, 3, Orchestra 1, Band T, 2, Junior Play 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Thes- pians 4. GALLEGOS, JOSEPHINE It is too, natural! FNA 4, JCL 4, "A" Band T, 2, Biology Club I, 2, Pan- American Club 4. if 'QV' 'G' ir Q., 4' - 4 GREEN, JANICE It's not a bug, it's a car. Student Body President 4, Student Council I, 2, 4, Re- porter 2, Student Council Workshop 4, State Student Council Convention 2, NHS 3, 4, Historian 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, Class- Council 2, 3, Girls' State 3, Prom Committee 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, All-School Play 3, Tumbling Team 2, SCC 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Award 3, Youth Council I, 2. GARRETT, JANE ELLEN Should I? Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- urer 2, Student Council 3, 4, Class Council 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, VP 4, Annual Staff 3, Prom Committee 3, Library Club 3, Youth Recreation- al Council 2, 3. GOULD, PATRICIA RUTH How do you like THEM apples? Pep Squad I, 2, 3, FTA 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Gay Nineties Review 2, Junior Play 3, Prom Committee 3, Class Coun- cil 3, 4, Girls' State 3. GASKINS, JERRY Nothing succeeds like success. Transfer from Texas. Junior Play 3, Chorus 2, 3. HARRINGTON, TED Have Henry J., will drag!! Class Council 2, 3, Varsity Track Manager 3. GILLILAND, CONNIE MACK It'II grow back. Tiger Trax 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Thespians 2, 3, Secretary 3, VOD Winner 2, FTA 2, All- School Play 2, JCL 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2 VP 3, VP State JCL 3, 4, Gay Nineties Re- view 2, School Journalism Award 2, 3, Chamber of Commerce 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, VP 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, President 4, Junior Play 3, Citizenship Award 3, Boys' State Alternate 3, Prom Coma mittee 3, Chairman TWIRP Week 4, Highlands Day 3. HERREL, GORDONA Grace, what makes our future look so hopeless? Pep Squad T, 2, Girls' Chorus. HEATH, LEE R. Have keg, will party. Frosh Basketball Manager 2, "B" Squad Basketball Manager 27 Tiger Trax 3. HODGSON, CHARLES G. Ahhh, the heck with rt! Transfer from lllinois. JCL T, 2, German Club i, 21 Radio l'lLlTCl'llSON RUDY Club T 2- Science Club T 2 Did you say her name is Basketball 2' 3' Kathy? HOEHNDORF, ERIKA U. At least I think that's it. Class Council 2, Ag All'State Chorus 3, Operetta 35 Cho- rus 3p Junior Play 35 Tum- bling Team 3, Square Dance Club 2, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, Editor 4, AFMDC Job 3, SCC 45 Prom Committee 35 Pan-American Club 3, Citizenship Award 3, National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist. "A" Club, Baseball T, 2, 3, Ag "B" Squad Basketball. JAHNS, DIETER W. So what? Orchestra 'l, 2, 35 All'State Orchestra 2, 35 Dance Band 2, 35 ENMU Music Camp Scholarship 25 Junior Play5 Class Council 25 Track 35 Prom Committee 35 Ping- Pong Club 25 String En- semble 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, President 45 NHS 3, 45 Student Council 45 UN Essay Contest Winner 35 AFMDC Job 35 SCC 4. JACKSON, MAXINE Hold everything until I comb my hair! FHA I. JANES GEORGE SAMUEL Dont bug me man I dont wanta play that clink, clink jazz. Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball I5 "A" Club l, 2, 3, 45 JORDAN, CARTER B. Birdie on that one. nd l, 2, 3, 45 Golf 3, 45 Bas ball 3, 45 "A" Club 3, 45 Baseba KEITH, DONNA LEE You know what I like. estra 2 3 4 JCL l, 25 Orch , , 5 All-School Play 2. Band l, 2, 3, VP 35 President "A" Club 45 Square Dance Club 25 Class President lp JCL 35 Class Council 35 A Cappella Choir 45 Boys' State 35 Wind Ensemble 25 Brass Sextet 35 Citizenship Award 35 SCC 3. Joum, ROYCE I will all my books to Paul- ette Black. Football t, 25 Track 1, 2, !" l. LEE, SALLY BETH I like the simple things in life . . . Men!! Transfer from Justin, Texas. FHA 1, 2, 35 Editor "Little Tex" I5 Newspaper Award T5 English Award lg lst Place Junior Girls' Declamation Dis- trict5 English Award I, 25 Girls' Tennis Singles District 49-B, I5 Basketball I, 2, 35 District Champs 25 All-Dis- trict Forward 35 Volleyball I, 2, 35 Class Secretary 25 Band I, 2, 35 Drum Maior 2, 35 Stage Vocalist 35 Student Council 35 Stage Delegate 35 Junior-Senior Play 35 Most Versatile 35 Most Outstand- ing Student Award 35 All- School Play 45 A Cappella Choir 45 Annual Staff 4. LEE, PATRICIA ANNE Honest, I could drive real well if ya'll would just quit screaming! Transfer from Texas 2. SCC 2, 45 Class Council 35 Prom Committee 35 Rocket 3, 45 National Thespians 3, 45 UN Essay Contest Winner 35 ETA 3, 45 Senior Play 35 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45 Secretary- Treasurer 35 VP 45 NHS 3, 4, VP 45 Prom Princess 35 Citizenship Award I, 25 Girls' State Alternate 3. LEATHERMAN, EDITH laaa'm frum Texas! Transfer from Texas. NHS I, 25 A Cappella Choir I, 2, 35 All-State Choir 2, 35 Battery Staff I, 2, 35 Annual Staff l, 2, 35 All- School Operetta I, 2, 35 Library Club I, 25 Pre-Med Club l, 25 SCC 45 Fine Arts Club 25 Student Coun- cil Secretary I, 25 Class Reporter I, 25 Class Secretary 35 All-Around Girl 15 Mixed Chorus 45 FHA 1, 2. LEDBETTER, ALFA lt's just exactly like this only different, Rex!!! Class President 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Var- sity Cheerleader 45 Pep Squad 45 Rocket Business Manager 45 Class Favorite T, 2, 35 Lady-in-Waiting Prin- cess 35 Annual Staff 3, 45 Homecoming Princess 35 Citizenship Award T, 25 VP I5 Student Council I5 Leader- ship Award 2. LANDRY, GARY I still like California! Transfer from California. .kg LEWIS, THOMAS EDWARD MacAARON, VICTORIA ANNE Nizzards Abound! Latin Club I, 2, Correspond- ing Secretary 3, FTA 3, 41 President 4, North School Teaching 3, Spanish Lab As- sistant 4, Thespians 2, 3. LUNSFORD, GLEN DA Well-it wasn't my fault. Transfer from Carlsbad. Thespians 4, NM Commerce Club 4. LOWE, RUBY Live and let live. GAA, Pep Squad 4, MARQUEZ, MANUAL C. LOOMIS, SUSAN Me? . . . Speeding? . . . But Ossifer!! Operetta I, Mixed Chorus lg Girls' Chorus I, FHA lg GAA I, 2, Student Council lg Tumbling Team 2, Class Coun- cil 2, 4, Thespians 41 Junior Play' Student-Directory An- nual Staff 3, 4, Art Editor 45 Tiger Trax 4j Pep Squad 35 Prom Committee 31 Citizen- ship Award 3y SCCg Highland Day, Music Festival If YR Council. MARTINEAU, EMMA PAULINE I can resist everything . . but temptation! Transfer from Carlsbad. FHA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, GAA 2, 3, CYCH 3, Girls' Chorus 4, Thespians 4. MILLARD, RICHARD JEAN Always expect the unex- pected. Transfer from York, Maine. Junior Play. l MCDONALD, ELIZABETH FAYE Me , . . A daughter of the American Revolution? You Betcha! Class Council 3, 4, GAA I, 2, Girls' Chorus, 2, Mixed Chorus T, Pep Squad l, SCC l, 2, 3, 4, Thespian Play 3, Square Dance Club 2, Tumbling Team 3, 4. MARSH, THOMAS Curses! Foiled again!! Football 3, 4, "A" Club 3, 4 McKEE, JERRY Man, let me tell you . . . Transfer from Columbus, Ohio. Science Club l, 2, NHS 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Senior Council 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Football 2. MECASKEY, WILLIAM DENNY Transfer from Tatum, New Mexico. Student Council I, Arts and Crafts Club l, Boys' State, Senior Council, Basketball l, 2, 3, Football 2. NEWTON, CHARLENE I may be from Oklahoma but I'm not dumb! Transfer from Ada, Oklahoma Girls' Glee Club 'I, 25 Blue Skirts lg Contnahomas 2, 3. MONTOYA, Lizzie There he sits in the moonIight5 abandoned by women and men . . . muttering over and over . . . He'II never eat onions again!! NHS 3, 45 Student Council 45 Pan- American Club 45 Mixed Chorus5 SCC 2, 3, 45 All-School Play 3, 4. N ELSON, FR EDDI E Law west of the Pecos. Transfer from Pecos, Texas. NAVARRO, DAVID M. I am from a distant land not far away. Latin Club 45 Pan-American Club 4, President. NUNN, ROBERT EARL Ain'f I??? Transfer from Springer. Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 2, 35 FTA President5 Lettermen's Club5 Junior Play5 Boys' State, MOORE, JAMES NORMAN Now, what'lI I do?? Transfer from Washington State. PILGREEN, SAM Which way did she go? Mixed Chorus 3, 4. OLSEN, DENNIS Eat, drink, and make merry for soon we'll be graduates! Transfer from NMMI. Football 2, 3, 47 Rebel Staff lg Boys' State 37 Student Council lg NHS lg Dean's List 2, 3, Honor Board, Let- termen's-Clubg Mu Alpha Theta 4. mi PATTERSON, PATSY Son-of-a-gun!!! Girls' Chorus 2. OWENS, HORACE But, l've already had two dates tonight!! ORTEGA, HELEN Sports rule my brain, but love rules my heart, Student Council l, 2, 4, State Convention l, 2, Class Council 2, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Library Club 4, NHS 3, 4, Secretary 4, Math Club 3, 45 Tumbling Team 3, 4. POBAR, JOHN What's good about ir? FTA l, 27 "B" Squad Let terman 2, JCL 3, 4, Boys State 3. REYNOLDS, JERRY That's mel Band l, 2, 4, Football 1. ROTHMAN, ETH ELLE My greatest love is life. Orchestra 2, 3, 4, String En- semble 3, 4, JCL 3, 4, Tiger Trax Business Manager 4, All-School Play 2, Music Fes- tival 2, 3, 4, All-State Or- chestra. PORRAS, FRANK STOGDEN, JR. Pretend to think well of yourself, and the world will think well of you. A Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3. RINEHART, BILL For man may come and may go, but I go on forever, Transfer from St. Louis. Junior Honor Society 1, 2, Dance Band 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Student Council T, Candidate for Mento King 3, Master of Cere- monies for Prom 3, Most Typical Senior at Hancock 4, Junior Achieve- ment. RODRIGUEZ, GLISERIO I still think Texas is a better state than Alaska. Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club l, 2, 3, 4. ROMERO, LUPE The way to a man's heart is through his stomach! GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Historian 3, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Songleader 4, FHA Princess 3, Class Council 3, 4, Citi- zenship Award 3, Pep Squad 3, 4, Band 4. 'QS SERNA, ROSA LINA My eyes are my trade mark!!! State Commerce Club 3, 4. RUTLEDGE, RITA Well . . . er! Transfer from Oklahoma. Secretary 3, 4, Students for Christ 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Spanish Club 21 SEDDON, FREDERlCK RICHARD The Seddonizer. Transfer from Farmington. Football I, 3, Football Manager 4, JCL 2, 3. SARMIENTO, PETE l'm little . . . but Oh, my! Class Favorite T. SANCHEZ, ELAISA Anger is momentary mad- ness, so control your passion or it will control you. FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Parliamentarian 3, Student Council Rep. 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, VP 3, Historian 4, Pep Squad T, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Pan-American Club 4, Sec- retary 4, Student Council 4, Tiger Trax 4, FHA Princess 3, SCC 3, 4, GAA Workshop 3, Annual Staff 4, Citizenship Award 3, Prom Committee 3. SESSOM, SANDRA COBLE He's from Texas. GAA 2, Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Operetta 3. SIMMONS, PEGGY JOYCE H0 lives long that lives well, and time inisspent is not lived, but lost. Transfer from Florida. FHA l, 47 Annual Staff Aj Li- brary Club 4, VP 4, Play Committee 3, SOVVELI., EDWARD NEAL, JR And this is only the begin- ninq . . ,P Boys' State. SMITH, CLIFFORD Greater men than I have lived, but they didn'r get caught. Football 3, 45 "A" Club 3, 4, Sec- retary-Treasurer 45 Basketball 3, 4, Track 3, 4. SHIPLEY, MARTHA Transfer from North Carolina 3. Basketball 1, Girls Hu-Y Club T, Library Club 47 Chorus 3, Operetta 3, Class Council A SMITH, EMlL SUE Fern, lt's just our past. GAA Ig Pep Squad 1, 2, Cheerlead- 2, FHA 2, Play Committee 2, Girls' Chorus 2. SNELL, JIM Hello Baby, you know what I like. Basketball lg Football 3, 4, Track 4, "A" Club 4, A Cappella Choir 4. STEVENS, ELEANOR KAYE Vtfuwl Transfer from Deming. Class Assembly lg Traffic Safe-ty Clulu T, 2, 3, Dance Band l, 2,fl,B1nd T,2, 3,4, Music Festival T, 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary-Trcasurer 2, Cltess Club 2, 3, FHA 3, Secretary 3, District Treasurer 3, Prom Princess 3, Prom Chairman 3, Class Rep. 3, Music Club 3, NHS 3, 4, SCC 4. STILES, SALLY SUSSANNE The future is not in the Hands of fate, but in ourselves. Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4p Library Club 3, 4, Reporter 45 Girls' Chorus 45 SCC 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Council 4g Office As- sistant 3, 4. THOMAS, FRANCES WANTED!! . . . One ticket to Alpine, Texas. Pep Squad T, 2, JCL 4, Thespians l, 25 GAA I, All- Sclwool Play T5 Band 3, Ma- Iorette 3, Annual Staff 4. STEPHENS, HARRY LYNN Le-f's see what makes Things tick! Science Club 2, 3, 4. STINNETT, SHERRIE VVl'1at's The use? Yesterday an egg, Tomorrow a feather cluster. ST, JOHN, JUDY KATHLEEN Happiness is freedom and freedom is courage. GAA 1, 2, 3, 11, NHS 3, 4, Manager of Tumbling Team 3, 4, TRIMMELL, SUE I love football for ONLY ONE reason. Transfer from Kansas. Band I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Latin Club I, Business Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, GAA 3, Thes- pians 2, 3, 4, Library Proctor I, 2, Student Council I. THOMPSON, JULIA R. Leave confusion behind!! Library Club 3, 4, President 3, FTA 3, 4, VP 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Class Council 4, Pep Squad 3, Square Dance Club 2, TORRES, GLORIA L. Eh! Who Cares?! GAA I, 2, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Class Council 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Pan- American Club 4. TIDWELL, JENNIE Transfer from Portales. Pep Squad I, 2, GAA 3, Chorus I,2, TURNER, WADE THOMPSON, WILLIAM VERNON VALDEZ, BETTY ANN Our fwo "B's" march, you say? GAA l, 2, 3, JCL 3, 4, FNA -4. WILSON, ELDON RAY I love and I love lhem all. Chorus l, Football 'l, 3. VAN DYKE, J ELAINE H'ir's th' syme fh' 'ole wohld ovah Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4. UNTZ, SYLVIA CAROLE Promise? Pep Squad 1, Secretary 2, 3, Tum- bling Team 2, 3, Maiorelte 3, Prom Cornmiilee 3, Class Council 4, High- lands Day 3. VAN WINKLE, ZELLA JO TALLY Ho . . . and away we go! FHA l, 2, FTA 2, Pep Squad 2, An- nual Sfaff 4, SCC 4. WIEST, EDDIE RAY The South will rise again. Transfer from Lovington. Band 3, 4, Science Research Club 4, SSE 3. WOOD, RALPH I stand on the 5th Amend- ment. Orchestra I, 2, 3, 47 Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 4, String Ensemble 'l, 2, 3, 4. WINKLER, MILTON I don't like it, but I guess things happen that way. WITTE, MARY Transfer from Arizona. GAA lp SCC 3, 4, Proteen 2g Baseball Team lg Girls' Track Team lf Deo Duce Tri-Hi-Y 2, Annual Staff 4, Girls' League 2, Thespians 4. WOLFE, PRISCILLA What, me worry? Science Club 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 3, JCL 2, 3, 4, Historian 37 Chess Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Sec- retary 3. WOEHL, ILKA HELEN ZABRISKIE, MARTHA DONALD WYCKOFF LAWANNA CLAYBROOK f -A 15 XE, ..- , f' X w s 1 T S CLINARD COOPER NANCY WORREL JACK SCHUYLER QQ! H5 1, I u H v f ri w fav v y , x. L" s. ' i oofiaetx Livres SCORE DOUBLE WORD SCORE 'B 1 SCO!! scox DQUIU UUE! SCORE rf' if 5 BACK ROW: V. Gonzales, P. Hafhcock, R. Munselle, C. Chambers, R. Pacheco, L. Waldrum, J. Schwegman, K, Shrein, B. Bartleit, E. Powell, B. Driscoll, K. Johnson, C. Lofze, D. Morris, M. Townsend, O. Gomez, P. Owens, K, Nicholas, J. Burns, K. Hampton, J. Lee, A. Roscoe. P. Hall, vice presidenf, noi piclured. THEY GOVERN ED ANN ROSCOE PATSY HALL JUDY LEE MR. RICHARD O'BRlEN President Vice President Secrevary-Treasurer SPORSOV Q21 L 'css 2' . 'YV 1 f' . 'L , f b. f 1 iwlinlf' 's...f v' , 'P ri la' if w,,,., 3: can 1 iam Xh,, i, , 'ls is Abbott, Dianne Allison, Lemoyne Anderson, C. B. Anderson, James Anderson, Kent Arenas, Linda Bagwell, Melanie Baird, Barbara Barnard, Ron Barnes, Don Barlett, Margaret Beaver, Don Bennett, David Bennett, Janet Bennett, Martha Berg, Eric Berri, Arlene Bermeister, Charles Blazer, Walter Bonahoom, Bill Bond, Judy Braddock, Walter Braziel, Bobby Buck, Lena Bullock, Areta Bunker, Eddie Burns, Jerilyn JUNIOR PLAY IS 'mc- .nn f, KCI ,aus GREAT SUCCESS ,vw-5, Burroughs, Randy Cameron, Ben Candalaria, Raymond Canfield, Diana Carlson, Pat Carter, John Carter, Saundra Chambers, Charles Champion, Emmett Chavez, Dolores Chavez, Eloy Chavez, Jerry Chavez, Leo Chavez, Mary Christian, Terry 1, K x ,, , . ,N- A 6' ' V11 t Clark, Sherry Clarke, Janet Cleaver, Larue -ad ia'-' agai- -75 Clendenen, Walter Coble, Edith Ann ' Conley, Laurel -GMP ,,,, Conley, Norma V Contreras, Eusabio Vv y , Conway, Marshall ll Corley, Rufus Cravy, Tom Cross, Jo Ann 1"""' 75" lr l.--ov" 1. an -fi ab-l.+.,, f 77+ K 1 30" -'ii , ...A-V' 7 . 5 -. W K ,...,,,- fi 1 ffl? ..v"""""'Na I if C Z Z 1 M gm. ,Q A C. i . C. sr i s X -3 rw. .fi M? 2 'wav ,rf .ine if Wa' G .An-'Y ffl-N Culbertson, Geraldine Darnold, Johnny Daugherty, J. B. Daunl, William DeLeon, Abe Dennis, Joel Dixon, Ann Dobbins, Carol Dockray, Bryant Doelle, Gary Donnell, Jerri Driskill, Barbara DuPriest, Weldon Duran, Cecilia Duran, Charlie Druley, Georgette England, Dave Englebert, Suzan Ferrell, Gerre Fleming, James Frampton, Bruce Franklin, Joanne lf Frey, Charles Fnnclley, Alvia Z l f , V, aa- cgi? ', 555352, MMM' ,if , 4 r I -W' 6 ,,, -'1 Fyie, Virginia Gallegos, Josephine 41" Garcia, Ramona Q4 '-"'.3' ga, 'S' lr, . iff. Garcia, Reynaldo Garcia, lsidro Garcia, Ernest JUNICRS Gomez, Olivia Gonzales, Virginia Gonzales, Virginia Gonzales, Virginia Gilmore, Sandy Graves, Donald Gregg, Jerry Gregory, Vernalyn Griffin, Betty Gutierrez, Fred Gutierrez, Maria Hall, Charlene B. C. G JUNIORS ,fs S' O . ,er V Q, x :aim uv, Hall, Patsy Hamilton, Betty Jean Hampton, Kay Hans, Harold Harbert, Benna Harrison, Bob Harvard, Virginia Haskins, Jerry Hathcock, Pat Hawkins, Corriene Henderson, Ervey Henderson, Dale Hicks, Mary Hightower, Leroy Hill, Kermit Holder, Karen Holland, Janelle Hoover, Jimmy Hibben, Jay Hodgson, Ken Hopkins, Carol Hudson, Audry Huey, Bob Huffman, Richard Jarrett, Ronald Jenson, David Jernigan, Polly 'Q 3-:fi .. K g g i -i S 4 31 WH 'A ff- , 5 H t M 5 Q 4 t 4 r f' 5 s x W X smu g 1, X , ,.-3111: .- - aa., X H, LLLZV fl' X Xxx if ,ia 4 ' 'H -H-we 4 , 'W-5, -. , N L mi" ' yyyv yy iiixfiegtlgfu' 'Wi ti Johnson, Katherine Kilgore, Ray Bob Kirkpatrick, Charles King, Karen Kirchrneier, Milton Kossage, Christina Lanaux, Geraldine Lee, Judy Lee, Tornrny Leon, Ramona Lott, Pat Lotze, Christian Lowe, Ruby Lucero, Lucy Lunsford, Glenda Maese, Betty Malone, Cecilia Malone, Mary Marquez, Lorenzo McCarson, Richard McCaskey, Carolyn McClesky, Mike McConnell, Pat McCrary, Kay McNabb, Harry McNatt, Lee McNeil, Beverly Means, Joy Metcalf, Betty Milburn, Ronnie Minton, Joe Mischuk, Ted Modisette, Bill Moore, Jackie Morris, John Morris, Mike Munsell, Robert Nelson, George Nichols, Kay Nichols, Tom Nichols, Virginia O'DeII, Robert Oliver, Clifford Ontiveros, Rodrigo Ortega, Nell QQ Outhouse, Jerry Owens, Priscilla Pacheco, Rebecca Peckenpaugh, Mike Pickard, Patricia Pobar, Catherine ...fa Powell, Elaine 'TW Putman, Terry Pryor, Pat Reed, Bobbie Robertson, Jeanie Roach, Elwin Riker, Elizabeth Ridley, Johnny Reischl, Heidemarie Q' N134 it 'Q 3 351 fl QL fi ,gn K li l. 1 . Lim, ,q i : K i i Robinson, James Rogers, George Roland, Barbara Roernersberger, Tom Roscoe, Ann Rumsey, Larry Russell, Sue Salazar, Conrad Sanicki, Richard Satcher, Ted Schack, Ron Scharn, Ingrid Schoolcraft, Larry Schrein, Kathy Schwinge, Heinz Shaw, Harold Shelton, Mike Smith, Danny Smith, Frank Solonsky, Stephanie Somers, Steve Spencer, Arthur Stagner, Steve Stallings, Larry Stanley, Arlene Steele, Deloris Strock, Bill Strong, Peg Taylor, Marybell Telley, Pat Nr-N? R' 5: to-vw, f ,,.t ,ir it '15 JUNIORS GIVE Torres, Nancy Tucker, Mariorie Usog, Maximo Valdez, Cecilia Vaughan, Janet Warfield, Karen Waldrum, Linda Webb, Paul Webster, Gary Weeks, Sanford White, Andy SENIORS PROM White, Barbara Wiant, Jerry Williams, Linda Worley, Leila Woodburn, Janet Woods, Arthur Zabriskie, Mary ' u aj Q 5" K 1 ,s""'lsm W Ambrose, Pat Archuleta, David Batie, Don Baxter, Margaret Bowers, Peggy Burns, Carol Carabajal, Adolf De Leon, Romona Duran, Frank Estrada, Maxine Ferrell, Gerre Fitzsimrnons, Brian Gallegos, Jennie Gallegos, Olivia Gallegos, Patricia Gomez, Selestino Hayes, Bobby Henderson, Dale Hibben, Jay Leon, Mike LeCrec, Ildefonso Martinez, Margaret Moya, Frank Melendrez, Anita Mitchell, Jacqueline Molinar, Ignacio Munoz, Rornona Musch, Dian Noriega, Raymond Robertson, Gloria As N, A g.-.. ,I ,C 'T ,qw R iv 'mf 1 Rodgers, Nona Rodriguez, Candelaria Rogers, George Dozois, Roland Roscoe, Ann Russell, Carolyn Sue Salas, Barbara Schnoor, Sharon Scnwegrnan, Jan Thompson, Vernon Vega, Cecilia Willings, Marylou ,L DOUBLE LEYYER SCORE DOUBLE LETTER SCORE 1 W you Q DOUBLE LETTER SCORE .XE DC UI WORD SCO!! LORRAINE MCLEOD President DIXIE LEDBETTER NANCY LINDSEY SUE GLOVER Vice President Secretary Treasurer THE LEADERS BACK ROW: Pat Kennedy, Mary Romersburger, J. King, F. Paz, R. Smith, S. Jacques, B. Weston, L. Moore, T. Vaughn, T. Bateman, J. Brantley, G. Luttrell, K. Cruickshank, M. Vineyard, L. McLeod, President N. Lindsey, Secretary, S. Glover, Treasurer, C. Pancake, student council representative, D. Ledbetter, Vice President, D. Essex, student council representative. MR. JOHNSON Sponsor Adamson, Joyce Allen, Eddie Andrews, Jim Armiio, Doris Jo Arndt, Marilyn Aydelott, Laredo Baker, Jack Barnard, Jean Bartlett, James Baron, Robert Bateman, Tom Bates, Gene Sue 2 B ggi h J f rii J T' all i ii B W N ,, E in J tr lla. ri, SOPHOMORES Beauchamp, Daniece Beck, Cheryl Berry, David Black, Paulette Blazer, David Bonnell, Betty Bonney, Mike Booker, Buddy Bortfeld, Charlene Bouma, Harry Brantley, Judy Braun, llse Campbell, Donna Campbell, Ruth Cano, Ted Cano, Tony Cauthen, Bou Carson, Kittie Cathey, Charles Chamberlain, Joyce Cleaver, Ronnie Collins, Robert Compary, Jerry Cooper, Mike Brittian, Dennis Brown, Elaine Brunson, Kathlene Brusuelas, Bobby Brusuelas, Lina Brymer, Diana Bunker, Darlene Bunker, Jim Burkett, Sylvia Burley, Dennis Burns, Carol Carleton, Carolyn SOPHOMORES GIVE Corley, Carol Crady, Wayne Cruikshank, Kay Dalton, Jolene Danley, Jim Darling, Evelyn Darnell, Sherrie Davis, Linda Dorsey, Eddie Doughty, John Dowd, Margaret Downing, Gary HOMECOMING DANCE Drent, Larry Dudley, Avalin Dulaney, Jean Dunn, Melvin Duguette, Betty Ebersole, Royal Eldridge, Frances Essex, Doug Estrada, Maxine Estrada, Sixto Faris, Kenny Farmer, Jarnes nw iii , i Y N l 4 5 J R iilaa P W as as X .Ed Yr.. 2 wwg ..Vy y ' :gig V. 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A f ' , l68 sl' V ai 1 A fr 4 l 4 we 2.5 X iff ,f 44' Q., Feder, Ralph Ferrell, Jimmie Fisk, Frank Foelsche, Karin Foote, David Ford, Mary Fornas, Larry Frahm, Sondra Franklin, Clark Freeman, Jerry Fuqua, Lillian Fuller, Harold SOPHOMCRES Gaines, Linda Gandora, Eddie Gant, James Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, Garner, Garner, Garner, Arthur Billie Lina Priscilla Robert Tommy Barbara Beverly Clyde 6 ual , . : I ' L 'i ' ji- gs .1 .V - A ,I I -I -i f Afishf -and Garrett, Allen George, Saundra George, Paul Gilliland, Marie Gillis, Donnie Givens, Ray Glover, Sue Gonzales, Cecilia Gonzales, Sally Grissom, Bobby Gruber, Richard Guebara, Rosema rie SOPHOMORES Gutierrez, Carlos Haizlip, Bill Hamilton, Genelle Handley, Richard Hanson, Jerry Harbert, Butch Hardie, Lane Harrington, Brenda Harrington, Dean Harris, Jirn Hayes, Bobby Heitman, Ronnie . . , Hensley, James Hicks, Linda Hill, Ronald Hisaw, Bobby Hoover, Richard Horst, Sharon House, Marvin Houston, Tony Howard, Sandra Howard, Sunny lorio, Jo Ann Jaenke, Rainer SOPHCMDRES HELP Jasper, Jim Jenkins, Bill Jessup, Marian Johnson, Helen Keating, Judy King, Judi Kuykendall, Billie Langford, Don Larned, Larned, Larned, Latham, David Donald Ronald Lottie 'Bi 4 as f'N3,y Lawson, Audie Ledbetter, Dixie Lee, Jackie Leitzke, Sharon Lindsey, Nancy Lotze, Brigitte Louder, Nancy Luce, Don Luttrell, Gloria Maloney, Mary Marchbanks, Pam Martz, Larry FRDSH PAINT Matheson, Buddy McCants, Shirley McCoy, Joyce McLeod, Lorraine McClamroch, Donna McMurry, Martha McNeil, Charles Makinson, Patsy Martin, Ray Marquez, Bobby Melendrez, Margare Menger, Charlotte T Q-6 'i X E? x I72 Miller, Margene Moffitt, Sharon Moliner, Margaret Moore, Bobby Moore, Linda Moore, Lola Moya, Frank Moyer, Ronnie Munoz, Eddie Navarro, Ruth Nieto, Enriquetta Oden, Linda SCPHDMORES Oliver, Jeanne Olmstead, Dale Omillian, Rosemary Ontiveros, Mary Lou Orr, Jim Pancake, Camille Patterson, Evelyn Peavy, Sharon Paz, Freddie Peipleman, Gary Pen, Delores Pender, Michele S Peterson, Ann Pretzelka, Jimmie Pharris, Charles Petty, Leona Polly, Ethel Powers, Larry Rasmussen, Olaf Reynolds, Jerry Richards, Frances Roach, Richard Roemersberger, IV tary ng,-g-ssgfgwszz x - Ii-ss 1 X Ycgflila V fi-il " if iff' ' 1555. i 5 5, - - ,,. . , SCPHOMORES Roman, Amador Romero, Billie Ross, Bonnie Rowden, Jackie Roybal, Carmen Sanchez, Lousia Sanchez, Edwina Sandoval, Helen Schorn, Leo Sharp, Jean Shows, Beverly Silva, Adelina 1' Q 4 4 ' x x- Tw 1'llfL'1 wa A E tif S tw 1 Y 'aim Lx Ni , 1: , '?"' - 45 f E Q-Qifgza 1f Q- 5' .. r in A l V. 4 - X xx ii J 113 l ! l .1 ' 'a ", . Simmons, Neil Slater, Bobby Smith, Don Smith, Gloria Smith Mickey Smith Nikki Smith Richard Smith Ruth Smith, T. C. Snyder, Jerry Somers, Susan Stackhouse, Ron SOPHCMORES Stilwell, Barbara Stogden, Dorothy Stone, Bob Talley, Janice Telles, Betty Jo Tompkins, Johnny Torres, Bobby Torres, Walter Truiillo, Johnny Turner, Ed Turner, Linda Usog, Benjamin , Xi Valdez, Virginia Vandayburg, Ellen Vann, Carroll Varbel, Dennis Vaughn, Tommy Vaught, James Vineyard, Mary B. Vostel, Vance Wadyko, Barbara Wagner, Dwaine Walker, Bonnie Ward, Carol SOPHOMORES amwavf Watts, Evelyn Wegelin, Candy West, Larry Weston, Betty Wheeler, Whitlow Williams, Williams Paula Gene Kay Waltra Lynn Wilson, Gene Wilson, Tommy Lee Wood, Charles Worrell, Elaine Almengor, Bonnie Anaya, Lore Avila, Priscilla Bartlett, Debbie Bickle, Virginia Campbell, Jackie Canfield, David Carlisle, Alonia Connard, Nadine Cooper, Rita Dolmage, Ann Eber, Petra SCJPHOMORES Gilliam, Phyllis Greer, Elizabeth Gregg, Tommy Lee Hedrick, Kay Huffman, Stan Keating, Johnny Knighten, Vaughn Makinson, Patsy Mirabel, Lorenzo Misquez, Refugia Morford, Deanie Perkins, Peggy 1 ' l Perry, Tom Shulse, Carolyn Smith, Estelle Tarnowski, Helgie Willard, Mervyn Worley, Sharon Worthington, Ronnie Zoeller, Harriet Young, Sandra J 1 ' 4 : Y" I ,Yr V I , ,M I 5 Q.. W- 'g P .23 4 9 JW 1 .aff 'ff 'Elf P! ws ,, wg Q 'AVN ' Q Q a 4553 Q ' we 5 ' ' ww ' 1 Y DOUBLE LETTER SCORE DOUBV' LETTEI SCORE DOUBLE LETTER SCORE DOUBLE LETYER SCORE X DOUBLE LEITER SCORE ,H DOUBLE LETTER SCORE DOUBLE LETTER SCORE scoszs 1 2 nouns 1 , KETTER SCORE DOUBLI KEYYER SCORE 2 55 DOUBLE LETTER SCORE i 1 1 1 D D I C r 'P FIRST ROW, left to right: M. L. Snell, president, B. Dalton, secretary-treasurer, S. Blan, G. Santimays, Student Council representatives. SECOND ROW: S. Fish, L. Cerny, J. Brown, S. Gallegos, B, Griffin, L. Keim, R. Smith. THIRD ROW: M. Keckele, J. Ray, I. Hoehndorf, F. Mclemore, S. Hall, S. Marks. Not pictured: S. Stogden, Vice President. LED FRESHMEN MARY LOIS SNELL SUSIE STOGDEN BOBBIE DALTON MR. SPICER President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor 1' .-ygs A J . W' . - n fl 5, X , I A ma -E' amd FRESHMEN 1 4 " .Q N X 5 I gffkq, --.wr yi . 4 NN. 4 X - ' X 1 N? 3 dw' S B i il as is if F img 6 lui gg gig w ill lr, We in ll S S -Q Wax ' . ffm H Abenante, Bobby Alford, Keith Allen, Jerry Allen, Sandra Anderson, Judy Anderson, Ray Anderson, Wayne Armstrong, Jimmy Arnold, Colin Avila, Johnny Badial, Mary Lou Baker, Beale Barela, Yolanda Baros, Bernice Barton, Jack Battle, Don Bays, Herbert Beagles, Charles Beal, Pat Beanblossom, Edna Benitez, David Bennett, John Beucher, Judy Blackwood, Bill nk' ' Ax . V1.5 I , 1 35 L . J PASSED AWAY Cano, Mary Rose Carabaial, Arthur Careville, Linda Carnes, Paul Carpenter, Louise Carpenter, Pamela Cerny, Lynn Chamberlain, Bud Charters, Gary Chavez, Arthur Chavez, Dario Chavez, Luis Chavez, Mary Chavez, Ronnie Chavez, Rudy Clark, Dreama Clarke, Susan Clendenen, Leon Coburn, Bill Conard, Dwaine Cooney, Merle Corley, Sandra Covarrubia, Mary Cox, Carol 'VX -rg- Y 'Oi ,.- ,ff J FRESHMEN 'ma LQ .H ---nfl .1 Wt 4 t E M gg, 3 x 3, , rs I 449 my 1 . L3 if X ,ff 4, z Y . KZ' :. ": ,. , XX Ja :K E My ' R Y' l N '36 . .f'1Sa"g - ,f K . i. M s f JW" Q R Dale, Susan Dalton, Bobbie Daniels, Dee Ann Dann, Juanita Daughtery, Sharon Dean, Nickie Dees, Mary Delcour, Pete DeLeon, Mercedes Diden, Dean Doelle, Diane Doman, Lois Down, Margaret Duran, Artie Eckert, Fred Efird, Dwayne Elliott, Kathleen Esquero, Estella Estrada, Carmen Estrada, Rodger Estrada, Rudy Farmer, Robert Fish, Sandra Fleming, David Fleming, Louis Fletcher, Terry Foelsche, Trutz Franks, Bill Fuch, Allen Gallegos, Celina Gallegos, Monroe Garcia, Lupe Garner, Richard Gilliland, Zeke Glasco, Quintin Gomez, Carolyn Gonzales, Joe Gonzales, Nick Gonzales, Rita Gonzales, Rudy Granados, Luis Granados, Margie Greenles, Joe Greer, Elizabeth Greer Evelyn Gregory Holly Gremel lrrnela Griffin Bob -s FRESHMEN V G 1 " L i-z- 1 .gm --.' .N I rr, W z Vuzu , y ., . , . , 1 ty i r ,if,iwg -W, , . , -.. li ' i all ,,,: s fs ' ,,., , Y 0 6? Z i ,4 . if ,U .5 M if I D is lf ' " 3 'ix I ,Li , , K 'F .f dl-'Ji' wus' J r Jggfxz. 'MU 'Q' L is asrs if-5 , , y 1 , --'- V 1 . V-, 's c ,ly 2 so -- lvy F , , 4 , A S r',b1i , ' 5. if. ' K ' il' 3 . YW-" L 'i I l : r L ' Y - '- 3 . A QR NP it FRESHMEN ,Q . A -1- W 5 B -all "" W .agfii ' . V ,V - Zyl: H ' Wir V,. 'U-il ', lbw! .Nfl ily . 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M cuigu 2 NW Sl' fg5i,r F LI , if, 'r L. 1 is yi ,Vi J 1 '1 j I V3 . fi: 's Eu 'W-.1 SQEQW- , 7 , , 1 14,4 m xx Y I b FRESHMEN if if ii 1 J - ': -'W zu-my .vii I Q M 1 S 'li if Q I rg " 5 , ' t M , 4 X RSF c i! K , . K 'Zflt J it I V f ,J'Qxl , X 4 X l ll Ray, Judy Ray, Trudy Reed, Kathy Reid, Johnny Reyes, Peter Reynolds, Billy Reynolds, Max Reynolds, Norma Jo Reynolds, Sue Rhodes, Jeff Rich, Erin Roach, Ralph Robertson, Diana Robertson, James Robertson, Virginia Robbing, Richard Rockwell, Kathy Rodriquez, Maria Rogers, Lillian Rogers, Linda Romansky, Patty Ross, Joanne Rothman, Belina Royce, Ralph Rumsey, R. L Rupe, Larry Sanchez, Mary Sandoval, Bobby Sandoval, Paul Santimays, Virginia Scharn, Marianne Schlegel, Dennis Schoolcraft, Betty Schoolcraft, Beverley Schnoor, Judy Scott, Jack Seddon, Thomas Shawn, Nancy Shook, Sue Silva, Joe Silva, Mike Simmons, Lee Skidgel, Billy Sledge, Chuck Sleezer, Beatrice Smith, Carol Smith, George Smith, Glenda Jwlllif 'W - . n- , 1 l' tl Kf- , I I -ffl: wr ug 3 v- W l , K' t 'if l ,yup W Xi "il ' . 'lt - .K ' 4 ., 1, W l t 'i 1 i t V J- Smith Lola Smith Mike Smith, Russel Smyth, Don F ROSH PARADE Snodgrass, Roger Spark, Mike Spencer, Jettie Stallberg, Gerald Steele, Ann Steeley, David Stewart, Douglas Stevens, Nancy Stoffel, Anne Stogden, Susie Stouse, Jack Stovall, David Stucky, Gary Sullnent, Jeanette Swan, Billy Talley, David Taylor, Ralph Thompson, Marilyn Thompson, Terry Thurman, Teddy FOR ANNUAL FAIR Townsend, Charles Treece, Don Trujillo, Edward Trumbo, Judy Turner, Betty Turner, Dorothy Vallejos, Candy Viscarra, Clara Vogel, Chris Walker, Linda Wallick, Pat Walters, Shirley Wargin, Steve Watson, Richard Weens, Carl Wegelin, Barbara Weigand, Candy Wenk, Roberta Westby, Harriet Williams, Glen Williams, Glenda Wills, Larry Wilson, Harold Winkle, Earle if ., X . A :':, il ,. his is-4 ,ffm A? XA rig ,f .. I x Qc C W .M L --Qtr? X .,, X . . is A91 V .PPM - ai ,- 4. ff ' X xuyw A 'ilk Ml. 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