Alamogordo High School - Rocket Yearbook (Alamogordo, NM)
- Class of 1970
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Text from Pages 1 - 200 of the 1970 volume:
ALAMOGORDO HIGH SCHOOL
ALAMOGORDO, NEW MEXICO
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Student Life ................... . . . . 12
Sports ....... . . . 30
Organizations .... . . . 50
Honors . ..... . . 88
Classes . . . . . .98
People .... . . . 140
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Has an image cast across it.
lt is the image of man.
A hollow creature,
It seems at first.
Lonely and anxious,
Peering this way and that
Then there are twog
Where ever one man is,
There is another.
With the roar and scream of embattlcment,
There is a citadel of men
And men must have organization,
Organization leads to provision for the young
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A playtbing for sky and mountain and sun,
It becomes the eye oi God
Surveying all humanity
It becomes the mirror ol life
TUDE T LIFE
The light that glows
between claybreak and sunrise,
when the mountains are harshly
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erystaline bullereup-colored sky
reflects the quietude of a sleeping world.
A world of people resting in masses,
preparing Lo meet the dawning of the day.
when they shall come before their Maker s
and begin Lo live.
Eaeh day is different, yet all are portions
of a routine, simple
STUDENTS LIFE . . .
QUEE , rLoATs, CAR UNIQUE
Colorful Tiger Week liegan with Hubba
Hubba Day where many students dressed in
crazy costumes. The second day. Tiger Spirit
Day, everyone supported the team hy ear-
rying a stuffed tiger. Wednesday was titled
Tiger Day. giving each student a ehanee to
dress like a tiger or a Tiger foolliail play er.
Thursday. rated ll Olighty Men Dayj,
honored the Tiger team. lfriday hrought up
'llll llay. followed hy the parade, game and
Queen Cherry Ann was crowned hy Bill
Arias. !Xlarno's most reliable fan, at the
'llhroughout the week, Seniors and
Juniors worked faithfully on eaeh individual
float. The Seniors won for their class's third
straight year. The junior float placed see-
ond, 'l'he winning float chose "the Odds
llave Changed" for their motto. The Juniors,
decision was "l'ransform With Musclefi
Juniors placc second with float constructed as a
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NTS HIGHLIGHT TIGER WEEK
Three AHS students observe the coming events for the Tiger Week activities.
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Queen Cherry Ann Kolhenschalag was crowned by Bill Arias during the football half ume. Todd Clark escorted the queen.
ALAMOGORDO HOMECO I GPARADE:
The Alamo High Pep Squad, sponsored by Miss Pardue, made ils first public appearance in the Homecoming
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The Future Homemakers of America, sponsored by Mrs. Hein, won first place in the car competition. Second place in the car category was taken by FBLA.
The AHS Tiger football team rides symbol of strength showing their readiness to fight.
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AHS Science Club entered the third place car.
VARIED ASSEMBLIE PRE E TED
Assemblies of both an entertaining and
an informative content were presented to
the AHS student body this year. They
provided a relaxing break from the students,
daily classroom routine. The assemblies were
usually held outdoors, weather permitting.
A most impressive assembly was held
during National Constitution Week. There
was an effective flag raising ceremony fol-
lowed by an original patriotic oration by
Janey Dunlop, junior.
A program given later in the year was
presented by a local student group called
iiSir1g Out Alamogordofi The invitation was
extended to the audience to join in their
song. Needless to say, there were many shy
An interesting speech was given to the
student body by Dusty Huekleby on the use
of drugs and their effects. lVlr. Huckleby was
accompanied by District Attorney Williams.
A question and answer period followed Mr.
Hucklebyis speech. Due to poor weather, the
program was presented over the public ad-
National Constitution Week at AHS started with a
flag-raising ceremony given by the Holloman Air
Force Base Color Guard to signify the beginning of
Constitution Week throughout the country.
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Dusty Huckleby, parolee and former drug addict,
accompanied by District Attorney Williams, talked
to students about the use of drugs.
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As one of their projects of the year,
Junior Class Council sponsored a powder
puff game. The teams were junior girls vs.
senior girls. The game was played on Decem-
ber ll. Money raised for the game amounted
The game turned out to hc very excit-
ing. Cheerleaders consisted of twenty-six
junior and senior boys. The Pep Band was
also there to cheer for the teams.
The final victory went to the juniors
with a score of 21-6. Outstanding players on
the junior side included Elizabeth Montoya,
quarterback, Vivian Drewett, offenseg Chris-
tine Stroshine, dcfenseg and Betsy Stacy,
defense. The outstanding play was made by
Betsy Stacy who hlocked a punt made by
the senior girls.
Coaches for the teams included lVlr.
Bode, senior girlsg Mr. Vincent and lVlr.
jones, junior girls. Officials for the game
were Coaches Sepulveda, Mondt, Koller, and
Seniors, attempt at making a touchdown is terminated by the slufty moves of the strong junior defense
Junior and senior boys, serving as cheerleaders for The junior cheerleaders practice a favorite cheer.
the girls powder puff football game, congregate
before the fans to do a cheer together prior to the Q
Juniors watch the game intently from the sidelines.
AL MOGORDO CHRI ITMAS SPIRIT
Christmas this year at Alamo High was
shuffled about by various activities.
The Student Council sponsored a deco-
ration eontest. Each elub or organization
was asked to develop one idea for a deco-
ration Lo put outside of a room, The ideas
were developed, assembled and then put up.
The Christmas dance, an important
event, was also sponsored by the Student
Council. The dance this year was in the
Sacramento Grade School gym, and the
entertainment was supplied by '6The End
Result." The gym was filled with couples
and singles who enjoyed the holiday festivity
The Christmas parade, sponsored by the
Chamber of Commerce, started at Heights
School and proceeded down l0th Street to
New York Avenue and proceeded south.
Entries from various organizations and
churches from the Alamogordo area made
up the long line of floats and cars in the
Earl Leslie, Mary Ann McNeese and Martin Norris
talk over punch during a break in the Christmas
Robert Moyer and Mike Craig attend the Christmas
The gym is filled with students for the Christmas
ESCORTED BY HOLIDAY EVE 'S
The Alamogordo Marching Band acted as leaders of the Christmas parade which proceeded down 10th
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Chaperons watch attenijvely over Cluistmas dance.
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The clutter in the locker area is all that is left of
re elated when it was
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Christmas holidays some
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ents leaving for the Christmas
A lone poster remains in the unfinished new
aPPl'0Xim3lelY 1200 Sludenls S0119 for Christmas' Edna Keller and Irene Sida each Crouch before a pile of books that must be transferred
library as a reminder of it's recent past.
School rules have changed since last
year and so have student fashions. Skirt
lengths have come up, and sidehurns and
coat lengths have come down. One of the
most radical changes was the appearance of
girls in slacksg an alteration of which both
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faculty and students approved.
ln spite of the variation in fashions and
fads, however, some things remain the same.
Athletes still wear letter jackets and upper
classmen still wear class rings.
Above: Very happy with the new ruling for girls'
slacks, Anne Betts, Donna Douglas, Pat Silvis,
Tommy Milladge, Maggie Craig, Paula Gentry, Jo
Lynn Hooker, and Susan Hopkins perch on a
cement wall in front of the school.
At right: Very stylishly dressed with sideburns and
bell bottoms, Voner Coleman models his fashion-
SHOW N M I MAXI A D MOD
Above: Nancy McDonald proudly displays earrings
that she has made. The materials for these pieces of
jewelry are such Lmusual things as chicken wish-
bones, matches, and small cow hells.
Far left: Fashion seems to go from one extreme to
another as ,I an Dunlap illustrates in her mini dress
and maxi coat.
At left: Fashion has combined looks to create a
mini pant skirt, such as Jody Phillips is wearing
while she collects attendance cards.
PROGRAM , ORGANIZATIONS,
Something new to AHS this year is the Tiger Beat
program. Music was played over the intercom
before school each morning. Pictured at right is
Bob Waldon, Tiger Beat originator.
The AHS Award, presented for the first time this
year, was given to Wayne Hatchet for his achieve-
ments in attitude, hustle, and stamina.
A new organization at AHS is the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes. Members of FCA are: Front:
Jeff Borchik, Jolm Kenny, David Evans, Mike
Murphy, Dave Robson, Dean Howes, A1Borchik,
Van Stratton. Middle: Tom Toohey, Tim
McMurray, Ted McMurray, Marty Faile, George
Givens, Mike Kolhenschlag, Keith Gray, Danny
Hayes, Steve Watkins, Alan Carl. Back: Earl Leslie,
Sean Nugent, Rick Williamson, John Gordon,
Buddy Guthrie, Gerald Brantley, Jeff Kenny,
Dennis Swift, Art Cook, Tom McMurray, Horace
Coach Mondt sponsors the newly-organized goup
D STUDE TS AT AHS
Foreign exchange student, Lindsey Rollo, from mid-January of this school yeax.
Kalgoorlie, Australia, arrived in Alamogordo in
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After the dawn of limv,
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the conflict of man against man:
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mun in friendly competition with his
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and a smoothing of the ones jaggccl.
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TIGER TEAM D COACHES B TTLE
The AHS tigers broke un eiglite-en-game
losing Streak by defeating the New Mexico
Military lnslitule Colts in an zilternoun game
in Roswell, 27-0. The Tigers gained their
first touchdown in the seuonfl quzirtvr and
went to the locker room with at 7-0 load.
The Tigers gained two more touchdowns for
fourteen points in the fourth quarter. As the
gun sounded, the Tigers were sailing around
on Cloud Nine with ai 27-0 slaughter. The
Tigers put forth a lot of effort throughout
the entire season.
Front: Earl Leslie, Baron Burton, John Morris,
Dennis Avila. Rick Williamson, Buddie Guthrie,
Paul Weskamp. Scan Nugent, Darrell Brantley, Ted
lVlclVlurry, Mark Fcnn. Rufus Cole. Nliddlei Danny
Hays, Wayne Hatcher, Bill Daley, Al Borehik, Art
Cook, Van Stratton, Bill H4-cd. Bill Gadbcrry, Mike
Weaver, Zeke Zumwski, Roy King, Tom Pappas.
Pal Henry, Dave Torrez, Horace Simon. Back: Art
Salas, Mike Murphy, jeff Kenny, Charles Frazier,
David Orr. Rick Arias, Brett Collins, Randy Ray,
John Gordon, Nlikc Craig, Wes Brownfield, Jim
Brown, Alfonso Pino, Bill Arias, Vlarty Faile.
THROUGH HARD GRIDIRON SEASO
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Dave Vandcr Molcu, Dam Columbus, Chuck
Arcinicga, lirv Homlt, ,Ivrry Koller. jack Gcrun,
Gordy Cramer, and Hob Svpulvc-dn were ilu- Tigvr
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AH S O Irvin 27
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AHS 0 Rvl Air 28
AHS 0 Yslcta 234
AHS O Chu-Isl raxr I 50
AHS 13 Las Cr rxczn- s 28
AHS 27 NXIMI 0
AIIS 6 MuyI'iul1l 35
AHS 0 Bowiv 30
AHS 0 Artesia 47
SEASO H FOGTB LL FIELD
Ted lVlcMurry 1521 and Earl Leslie 1421 block in an
off tackle play for A1 Borchik 110, as he gains
yardage for the Alamogordo Tigers. jim Brown
1321 carries through with a fake handoff.
The Mighty Alamogordo Tigers are hard at practice as the morning sun comes up over the mountains.
AHS TIGERS WRAP UP SEASON AS
The successful Tiger basketball season
led them to the state tournament held in Las
Cruces at the Pan American center.
A coin toss gave Mayfield the district
championship over Alamogordo. Mayfield
was automatically placed in the district
tournament finals, while Alamo battled
NMMT and Artesia before meeting the Tro-
jans. Alamogordo won a decisive victory
over Mayfield, 90-77, which placed the
Tigers in the state tournament. Alamo lost a
tough battle, 78-68, to the Carlsbad Cave-
men in the first round, and thus concluded
the season with 21 wins and seven losses.
AHS 69 Irvin
AHS 67 Coronado
AHS 78 jefferson
AHS 79 Sante Fe
AHS 83 St. Mikes
AIIS 55 Albuquerque Highland
AIIS 55 lrvill
AI-IS 78 Las Cruces
AHS 78 Coronado
AHS 8 I Nlayfield
AI IS 87 Las Cruces
AHS 76 Goddard
AHS 92 Artesia
AllS 9l Hobbs
AHS 74 El Paso
AHS 103 NMMI
AIIS 93 Carlsbad
AHS 75 Nlayfield
AHS 78 Roswell
AHS 86 Las Cruces
AHS 86 Hobbs
AHS 75 Artesia
AHS 102 Carlsbad
AHS 10l NMMI
AHS l 08 NM Ml
AHS 72 Artesia
AHS 90 Mayfield
AHS 68 Carlsbad
Two Trojans battle Manuel Herrera for the re
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Lyman Stough is mighty determined to get that
Reaching high, Tiger Holly fights for the basket-
Glen Markham hLu'riedly explains the next important play to the fighting Alamo Tigers.
Above: The members of this yea.r's varsity Tiger
team are: Steve Ulrich, Wilbert Hardwell, Gregg
Taylor, Lyman Stough, Jerome Holly, James
Klump, Robert Bowman, Voncr Coleman, Manuel
Herrera, Dennis Anderson, Harvey Cornett, and
Far Left: Tiger Wilbert Hardwell directs the ball
toward the goal as a Trojan tries to stop the shot.
A stripe-shjrted referee scratches his head as
Alamo's Tiger team and the Goddard Rockets
prepared to battle for the ball when it returns to
Competition ol' a high quality faced the
Alamogordo wrestling squad this year. The
Tigers were successful in dcfealing Roswell
Comprising lhe varsity squad were:
John Kenny, 983 ,lim Yee, 107g Al Lopez,
HS, Roy King, 123, Keith Gray, l30, Toby
Coble, 137, Danny Hayes, 145, ,lel'l' Kenny,
l55g Van Stratton, 165, Tom Toohey, 1753
Dean Howes, 185, and Jeff Borehik, l90.
Head Coach Gordy Cramer summarized
the season by saying that for a young Learn
and a new coach, the matmen did well.
Wrestlers are: Front: Van Stratton, ,Icff Borehik,
Dean Howes, 'l'om Toohey, jeff Kenny, Danny
Hayes, Tobie Goble, Keith Gray, Hoy King, jim
Yee, john Henry, Mike Kolbensehlag. Buck: Wallis,
King, Gappa, Hatcher, Zagone, Leary, NlclVlurl'y,
Crimmins, Borehik, Moya, Schuh, Irvine, Watkins,
Lopez, Hernandez, Cooper, Yee.
RE TLER ENCOU TER
Al Borchik has a tight hold on his Rocket opponent at the Alamogordo
Roswell Goddard wrestling match,
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These boys are preparing for the javelin event. Kirby T illotson, thrower of the shot put, practices diligently in preparation for the spring track meets.
Coach Dan Columbus awards Demmis Swift, Brian Bolles, David Evans, Alan Carl, and George Givens awards for their efforts in cross country,
Thinclads spend many hours running to get in
Various calisthenics begin each practice session.
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Alamo golfers, under the instruction of
Coach Bill Aldridge, spent many hours at the
country club driving, pitching, chipping, and
putting in preparation for a busy 1970 golf
schedule which began February 20 at the
New Mexico Military Institute invitational.
Other matches included: invitationals at
Socorro and llorizon City, and district meets
at Las Cruces, Mayfield, Alamogordo, NMMI,
and Artesia. The state tournament was held
at the University of New Mexico May 'I5-16.
Another group of swingers at AHS this
year was the Tiger tennis team. Donnie
Hoffman, Bob Borgeson, Gary Kissiah,
Bruce Dunn, Harold Roche, and James
Miyagashima were the main participants in
the many matches and tournaments at-
tended throughout the season. These boys
performed in both singles and doubles
events. The tennis squad made their debut at
the Sun Carnival in El Paso. The group also
entered tournaments at Mayfield and Las
Cruces. Alamogordo hosted the district tour-
nament May 9. The state tourney was held
GER ORK TO ATTAI
Members of the golf team are joe Wilkinson, Marlin Mush, Mike Parrish. Chuck Dunn, Bob Hunnicutt
Robert Dunn, and Rommie Griggs.
Ronnie Griggs explodes a shot from the sand trap
located near the ninth green at the country club.
Coach Bill Aldridge assists Bob Dunn with an iron shot as the other members of the golf team observe.
TIGER BA EB LL TEAM PREPARES
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Above: The baseball team prepares to take infield
practice after instructions from Coach DeLaPorte.
Right: Reyne Roman follows through after a pitch.
Far Right: Left-hander J ack Spence winds up for a
pitch during a practice session.
FOR THIRTY T O GAME SCHED LE
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Above: Shortstop Robert Moyer and second base-
man Ray Stevens set up a double-play combina-
Returning pitchers from the 1969 season are ,I ack
Spence, Randy Ray, Reyne Roman, Darrell
CHEERLE DERS INSPIRE SPIRIT
A special theme was planned by the
cheerleaders each week ol' the athletic sea-
sons this year. These helped bolster school
spirit as well as raise money for the cheer-
To kick oll the '69 football season, a
parade and bonfire were held."l'hc parade
was described as being the 'Llongest in
Alamogordds history." Victory bells were
sold to coincide with the theme, 'gliing Out
for Victoryfi 6'Lick Bel Airw was supported
hy the sale of Tootsie pops.
Tiger spirit bounded into basketball
season with a car rally and spirit chain.
Cheerleaders presented basketball players
with favors or locker signs for each game.
Half-time at 769-'70 basketball games was
enlightened by such entertainment as tri-
cyele races and free shot contests. Signatures
for the basketball, which was presented to
the fighting Tigers, were sold by spirited
Unlike past years at AHS, this yearis
cheerleaders gave lull support to all sports,
including baseball, tennis. golf, wrestling and
track, as well as football and basketball.
Above: Hidden under this ferocious tiger costume is
Tina Shyne, this year's mascot.
Right: Cheerleaders for the 69-70 school year
were Ruthie Cooper, Sandyc Stevens, Char-
lene Bessire, Kay Watkins, Ann Hammond,
and Cherry Ann Kolbensehlag. Tina Shyne
was selected as Tiger Mascot.
Left: Mrs. Burnett, this yearls cheerleader sponsor, cheerleaders encourage enthusiasm among the stu
is shown here displaying her homecoming corsage dent body during a football pep rally.
given to her by the cheerleaders. Below: Vivacious
The mid-morning sun
off the flatness of the earth.
The brutality of the struggling
casts an image into lhat ever-changing
on the mirror.
Man sees what is around him
lo harness and to Lame it.
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ORGANIZATIONS . . .
The Student Council this year has
brought a whole new effect to AHS. Their
main purpose was to get first hand infor-
mation to the student body as soon as
possible. lt was arranged by President Dave
Newell to have an advisory after each stu-
dent meeting so that the information would
be given immediately to the student body
Some ol' the main projects for the
Student Council included thc selling of Tiger
key chains. sponsoring the Christmas dance,
and sponsoring the Christmas decoration
Early in the year, there was a conven-
tion held in Tularosa, New Mexico, where
the entire Student Council was welcome.
Representatives were sent to the district
convention in Las Cruces, New Mexico, in
February to represent Alamogordo Senior
John Gordon and his date, Suzie Miller, stand in
front of a most important Christmas decoration
with Mr. Herb Hammond, Student Council Spon-
Student Council members from bottom left to right: Susan Strode Joanne Lepley Sandye Stevens Jackie Bloth Jane Harwell Sherry Ferguson Pam Melton
Gwen Smith, Vivian Drewett, Janie Dunlop, Cherry Ann Kolbenschlag J an Lunsford Clare Rlker Linda Holly Ruthie Cooper Gail Bndges Jean Wilhts Debbie
Hobart, Donna Hobart, Sylvia Perry, Susan Hoffman, Debble Marquardt Fdna Keller D lores Sanchez Karen Bonner Patty Rudy Bobble Calderwood Fd Newell
Bob Borgeson, Jack Shipman, Mike Kolbenschlag, Larry Torres Ishmael Sanchez Martin Noms Kendell Rhodes Danny Sherman Steve Gutknecht Ronny
Rentschler, Mike Saylor.
HIGH THROUGH YEAR OF 1969-
Officers of the Student Council are: judi Waldrep, Treasurerg Theda Ellison, Secretary: Tina Dryden, Vice
Presidentg Dave Newell, Presidentg and Sponsor, Mr. Herb Hammond.
rv jean Willits, from Student Council, wins victory over Mike Bency as he agrees to buy a Tiger key chain.
Dave Newell, president of the Student Council,
officiates at many important student meetings.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS LOOK
Development of competent, aggressive
business leaders was a main purpose of the
Future Business Leaders of America. An-
other important goal of the local chapter
was to raise enough money for members to
attend the state convention in April and the
national convention in June, to be held in
A candy sale, bake sale, car wash, pop
bottle collection, Cold Bond stamp col-
lection, and operation of the concession
stand at a football game were money-making
projects conducted by the group this ycar.
As a service to the community, the
FBLA presented a Thanksgiving basket of
food to a needy family in Alamogordo.
Front: Mary Lou Vizeaino, Pres.g Gayle Owen,
Vice-Pres., Stella Wade, Rep.3 Georginia Ellinger,
Treas.g Suzanne Miller,Sec. Second: Mary Wolfe,
Lorraine Teller, Judy Worley, Jody Phillips, Wanda
Wallace, Jan Shorter, Gloria Sanchez. Third: Mary
Lou Casillas, Christina Piedra, Ishmael Sanchez,
Louisa Piedra, Connie Lee, Bonnie Duran, and Mr.
Mary Lou Vizcaino enjoys refreshments after being
installed as FBLA president for the 1969-70 term.
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FBLA members and Mr. Haynes, advisor, have fun and earn money for the club at the concession stand
jack Lee adds a turkey to the assortment of food to be presented to a needy family at Thanksgiving,
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Top left: Charlotte Shaw pauses thoughtfully as
she presides over an F .T.A. meeting.
Top righti Cadet teacher, .Rhonda Sumrall, pa-
tiently reads a workbook lesson to a circle of first
graders at Heights Elementary School.
Left: lt's story time as Ruthie Cooper spends her
cadet teaching time with Sacramento Elementary
School first grade students.
Dozens of girls dressed in black and gold
dotted the halls and classrooms of Alamo-
gordo High School nearly every Friday this
year. The scene was the pep squad, a
newly-formed organization at AHS. Gold
jumpers, black turtlenecks, and black shoes
and knee socks were the uniforms worn by
the group. Black and gold pom-poms com-
pleted the impressive sight when the Pep
Club occupied a section of the stands at
This group was extremely beneficial in
spreading spirit for our athletic teams during
school, at pep rallies, and of course, at the
The pep club sold hundreds of cupcakes
at school to raise money.
Officers this year were: Theda Ellison,
President, Susan Decse, Vice-President,
Vicky Campbell, Secretary, Mavis Holland,
Treasurer, and Zoe Kirk, Student Council
Representative. Miss Sherry Pardue spon-
sored the group.
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This pep club skit at the Goddard game makes "suckers" out of various students and faculty members.
Left fFront to Back of Linej: Kathy DeRoy, Shirley Norris, jennifer Hudson, Liz Simon, lone Bellows, Betsy Stacy. Second: Pat Malone, Reyna Ross, Marvinell
Brown, Marsha Holloway, Alice Morrison, Debbie Anderson, Third: Theda Ellison, Susan Deese, Debbie Hobart, Loretta Hall, Denise Humble. Fourth: Mary
Gallegos, Mavis Holland, Vicky Campbell, Judy Douglas, Marcia Meyer, Patty Irvine. Fifth: Nancy McDonald, Margaret Peterson, Suzanne Bonnell, Becky Stone
Brenda Van Doren, Jeannine Hall. Right: Roseanne Garcia, Kay White, Debbie Perry, Jody Phillips, Donna Hobart. Not Pictured: Gail Faulkner, Charlotte Shaw
Bobbie Elston, Linda Moses, Louise Smith, Juanita Petty, Bonnie Weber.
School spirit at most home basketball games is also boosted by the lively music produced by the pep band which is composed of volunteers from the main hand.
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bers Susan Dccse, Theda Ellison, and Vicky Camp-
bell admire their contribution to Christmas spirit at
the high school. The tree was later given to a needy
family in Alamogordo.
FHA CARRIES A HEAVY SCHED LE
The Future Homemakers of America
encountered a year filled with numerous
activities. The Alamo FHA Chapter hosted
the district meeting early in the year.
Approximately 150 girls from Tularosa, Car-
rizozo, Ruidoso, Weed, Mayhill, Capitan,
Cloudcroft, and Alamogordo attended.
One highlight of the year was the
winning of first place in the Tiger Week
parade. The theme of the FHA car entry was
"Steam the Trojansf'
During National Education Week in
November the FHA, assisted by the FTA
and FBLA, sponsored a tea for retired
teachers. The Mother-Daughter banquet was
also held in November and featured a
To raise money, the FHA sold black
and gold Alamogordo High School banners.
A variety of cookbooks were also sold.
The FHA visited the home economics
department at NMSVH and a city council
meeting. The state convention in April con-
cluded the busy year.
Sandra Pirtle raises her hand with enthusiasm at
one ofthe FHA meetings.
FHA members are fleft to rightj row one: Carolyn Hargrove, Vickie Jenkins, Evelyn Silva, Lydia Silva. Row two, officers include Jerri Wittenburg, secretary, Karen
Kraenzlgin, histgriang Jean Willits, student council representative, Leona Danley, vice-president, Gail Edmonds, president, Louisa Piedra, treasurerg Bonnie Duran,
parliamentariang Ruth Ann Sayger, songleader. Row three: Carole Crawford, Becky Stone, Phyllis Hooker, Johnnie Fish, Dorothy Romero, Christina Piedra, Linda
Holly, Lavonne Smith, Cassandra Gregg. Row four: Margaret Furphy, Sherrita Hager, Marsha Lilley, Sandra Pirtle, Mary Lou Casillas, and Mrs. Hein, FHA sponsor.
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'l'hi- si-asonis first snow in tht: mountains
hrought 1-xiriteimriil and anticipation to
!ltt?llIlJtTI'S ol' tho- Junior Dvsn-rt Ski Club,
'I'ln'w- ski trips wen- plannf-fl this year. L'Ski
Lflourlt'roI't" was visited twicn: onrm- in
DOCHIllllt?I' and again in january. ln Fifhruary.
the' group IlOl1I'll1'yt?d to Ruidoso lor an
owrniglit trip aml lots of skiing fun at Sittrra
lllanva. tht- higlwsl pvak in the arva.
.Xnothcr ski club highlight was thv stylv
show ht-hi in Dvueniher at the Alarnogordo
Worncnis Club. Skiing and 1-vieiiiiig fashions
wvrv xnotlc-lvtl hy hoth male and ltlllklltf
Illt'lTllJCl'S of the group. Costuinvs were
provirlvtl hy loc'alsto1'1's.
lXli'mlJcrship in the ski club was open to
both sonior high and mid high school stu-
llvuts. Ot'fict'rs this yvar W4-rc Chvri
Xlorrison. Prf'sitlt'nt1 lfarl lmvslie. Vim'-
Prvsidcnti jackie Bloth. S1-crvtary-'llroasurcr1
and Tina lhylviii Student C0l1llt.'ll Repre-
sentativc. Miss Cynthia Fulton sponsored the
Ntary Ann McNeese, Karen Bonner, and Kathy Box admire the fashions to he modeled at the style show.
REJOICES UPo FIRST OWF LL
Left: A group of skiers pause for a casual chat utter traveling down one of thc slopes at Cloudcroft.
Below: Anne Halfman, Chris Ratliff, Denise Humble, Patti Silvis, and jackie Bloth model at style show
Above: Clouds float above the tall pines at 'ASki Cloudcroftw as skiers prepare to ascend the slopes.
Left: Arthur Valle is assisted with his ski gear,
GOOD CITIZENSHIP, GOVER ME ,
Promoting good citizenship and interest
in the government among the students of
Alamo High was the main purpose of Girls
State and Boys State.
Some of their projects included a Free-
dom Assembly, Working a concession stand,
selling candy, entering a car in the Tiger
Week parade and most important of all,
attending the Girls and Boys State in the
summer previous to their senior year.
Boys State is sponsored by the Ameri-
can Legion, and Girls State is sponsored by
the American Legion Auxillary.
Carolyn Creek was selected as honorary
member. She was elected as delegate from
Cuba, New Mexico, but was unable to attend
the convention because of the fact that she
had moved to Alamogordo to live.
Gail Bridges, Judi Waldrep, Jane Harwell, and
Susan Hoffman perform for Pep assembly.
Front Row-Sylvia Perry, Gail Bridges, Judi Waldrep, Susan Strode, Jackie Bloth, Jane Harwell, Carolyn Smith. Second Row Mary Lou Vlzcamo Dolores Sanchez
Carolyn Creek, Susan Hoffman, Comic Hurst, Ruthie Cooper.
RELATE GIRL A D BOYS STATE
Officers of Girls and Boys State are: Mr. Bode, Sponsorg jackie Bloth, Vice-Presidentg Gail Bridges, Mary Lou Vizcaino sells David McLaughlin a box
Secretary-Treasurerg J ack Shipman, Presidentg Ishmael Sanchez, Student Council Representative. of candy,
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A better understanding of mathematics
and the promotion of mathematical study
were the primary purposes of lVlu Alpha
Theta, more commonly known as Math
Club. These goals were achieved through
field trips and guest speakers.
Highlighting the first semesteris activi-
ties was the groupns excursion to the Sac
Peak Observatory, which proved to be both
educational and entertaining. An important
event of the second semester was the Na-
tional Nlath Test, sponsored by the Math
Club in March.
To finance the organization, members
paid dues and worked a football and a
This year the local Math Club ordered
Mu Alpha Theta pins for the members.
THETA CHAPTER E .IOYS
The Math Club sponsor, Mrs. Linda Heasley, installs the newly-elected officers for the 1969-70 term
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Front Row: Mike Bearce, jim Brown, Mike Dobbyn, Kimberley Hunter, Bruce Vail. Second: John Jenkins, Harvey Comett, Sheri Smith, John Marlow, Malcolm
Ramsey, Mrs. Heasley. Back: Scott Beardemphl, Robert Ellis, Ronny Rentschler, Ishmael Sanchez, Leonard Garcia,
President of Mu Alpha Theta, Mike Dohbyn, receives information on ordering pins for the club members from the organization's sponsor, Mrs. Linda Heasley.
jim Brown, Mike Saylor, Ronny Rentschler, and Scott Beardemphl take a refreshing break after a meeting
GUEST PEAKER FIELD TRIP
Science Club in 1969-70 was led
through a progressive and interesting year hy
the sponsor, lVlrs. Rohovee. The function of
the year's program was to get members
acquainted with all fields of science. lVlem-
bers went on various field trips which
included the Aero-lVled Lab, Carlsbad Cav-
erns, Sunspot, and the fish hatchery in
Guest speakers were frequently featured
at meetings. Among these were Dr. Kare
Wuerscliing, a geologistg Dr. and Nlrs. Selck, a
psychiatrist-psychologist teamg and Dr. Alex
Burr, the district regional science director.
Right: Science Club officers from left to right:
John Marlow, Vice-Presidentg Patty Rudy, Presi-
dentg and Janice Moore, Secretary-Treasurer.
Below: A hilch tube built by Steve Johansen is
demonstrated for Science Club members at a
International Club was a new organiza-
tion at Alamogordo High School established
to take the place of all the previous foreign
language clubs. It gave all foreign language
students a chance to learn about foreign
countries and a chance to discuss foreign
languages with fellow students.
International Club had as its sponsors
Mrs. Arthuree Ricks, Mrs. Diane Burnett,
Miss Cynthia Fulton, Mr. George Hall and
Mr. James Chavez.
As a money raising project, the AHS
International Club sold black and gold
beanies which had "Alamo Tigersn written
across the front panel.
The International Club was made up of
what was previously the German-French
Club, and the Spanish Club.
Officers of International Club are Jayne Harwell,
Student Council Representativeg Juanita Petty,
Vice-Presidentg Donna Hobart, Student Council
Representative, Sue Edwards, Secretary, Andrea
Lang, Presidentg and Tina Dryden, Parliamentarian.
Intemational Club Members are: Front: Judi
Waldrep, Linda Moses, Ann Hammond, Juanita
Petty, Jayne Harwell, Kathy Pattison, Donna
Hobart. Back: Prima Armendariz, Tina Dryden,
Andrea Lang, Marty O'reilly, Peggy McCausland,
Sue Edwards, Pat Skeens, and Bruce Weber.
E TUDE- TS
Promotion of student participation in
dramatic and interpretative drama was the
purpose of the Thespians at Alamogordo
High School this year. Members performed
in skits and various interpretations at
monthly meetings to exemplify this goal.
The group was financed through yearly
membership dues and a candy sale.
The main activity of the club this year
was the presentation of three one-act plays
in March. Cast try-outs for these were open
to all students, as well as Thespian members.
'LAnt-ic Springw and "The Art of Proposingi'
highlighted this Thespian event.
Right: Thespiam officers from left to right are:
Astrid Bielstein, Secretaryg Ron Rentschler, Stu-
dent Council Representativeg Bobbi Calderwood,
Presidentg Mike Bearce, Treasurer.
Below: Jeannine Gregoire and Andrea Lang look
over scripts to one-act plays during a Thespian
O E-ACT PLAYSI MARCH
Astrid Bielstein, Andrea Lang, and Margaret
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Peterson study scripts for play try-outs.
Allen Norris is shown here making a sale to Travis
' Parsley during the Thespians' yearly candy sale.
Shown here are Thespian members. Front: Bobbi Calderwood, Kim Hunter, Andrea Lang, Wilma McNeal.
Second: Astrid Bielstein, Cindy Miller. Third: Karen Bonner, Jeannine Gregoire, Nancy Larson, Debbie
Alsup. Fourth: Larry Hilton, Ron Rentschler, Mike Bearce, Allen Norris. Back: Doug Moore, Travis Parsley,
Phil Taylor, Steve Gutknecht, Miss Bobalko, Sponsor, and Robert Waldon.
ASHACA LETS STUDE T DI PLAY
TALE TSI ARTS A D WRITING
ASHACA was an idea born in the minds
of a group of people: teachers who felt that
students should have an outlet for their
literary and artistic talent, and various stu-
dents who were interested in learning more
about writing and art, and were willing to
put time and effort into it. Thus AHS gave
birth to ASHACA.
The Alamogordo Senior High Associa-
tion of Creative Artists was sponsored by
lVlrs. Faye Lee. This was its first year and
trial test period. The main objective of the
organization is term was to publish a literary
The magazine was named 'lf Alma del
Tigref Spanish for the SSoul of the T igerf
The title was chosen because of its applica-
bility to the time and place.
At right: Articles to be published in the literary
magazine had to be read and reread before they
were chosen. Then they had to he mounted and
read again, as Chuck Ellis and Belinda Burnett are
doing with the help of Mrs. Lee.
Back row: David Nicholson, Chuck Ellis, Robert
Waldon, Bill Roders, Joe Gallegos fSecond rowj
Marion Riel, Jodi Christie, Ashid Bielstein, Belinda
Burnett fFront rowj Amy McClellan, Doug Moore,
Mary Ann McNeese, Pat Baker, Molly Beasley.
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ASHACA gather informally a.round a card table
erected in Mrs. Leeds den and work on layouts for
their magazine, "L,Alma del Tigre?
Jodi Christie and Pat Baker gather around Molly
Beasley as she prepares to type the final copy of
some articles to be printed in the literary magazine.
Nahonal Honor Society members were
rated on their character service scholarship
and leadershrp The club was established to
promote scholastic learning throughout
Alamogordo High School Students were
rated by their teachers during their Junlor
year at AHS and recognized as members of
NHS at the annual Honors Assembly at the
end of the 68 69 school year
National Honor Society had as its actlv
lty the selection of the High Schools Boy
and Girl of the Month The students in NHS
nominated students not in the club from
both classes and then rating each student on
the four qualities of NHS student characters
the members of NHS chose one boy and one
girl a month for the school year
NHS'S candle lights the halls of AHS during the
Fmnt row: Fd Newell Susan Strode Diann Scoby Gail Bridges Mrs. Faye Lee-NHS sponsor' 2nd row:
Susan Wheeler Ann Bender Mary Lou Vizcaino Ruthie Cooper' 3rd row: Carolyn Creek Karen Bonner
Marcia Meyer Cherry Ann Kolhenschlag Doris Broscoff' 4-th row: Bobbi Calderwood Jeannine Gregoire
Susan Hill Friedricke Kuhn' 5th row: John Jenkins Jayne Harwell Darlene Jones' 6th row: Ronald
Sanders Scott Beardemphl Tom Sutton Ishmael Sanchez' 7th row: Randy Dumey Jim Brown Farl
Leslie Gary Foster and Mike Saylor.
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ATIO AL FORENSIC LEAGUE WINS
The National Forensic League QNFLQ
offered students a chance to better them-
selves in debate, extemporaneous speaking,
prose and poetry reading, duo-drama and
The NFL is an honorary organization,
and its members had to earn twenty-five
points in order to join. Members of the NFL
went to KINN to give reports of school
activities on the 'cliverything Goesn show.
The NFL offered the student a chance
to travel to other schools for the purpose of
competing for trophies.
Speech students also participated in
other contests such as the VFW "Freedom's
Challenge," the 5'American Legion Oratori-
cal Contest," and the Student Congress.
Bobbi Calderwood Presidentg Dave Newell, Secre-
taryg Ronnie Ferguson, Vice-Presidentg and Ed
Newell, Student Council Representative, display
some of the trophies won by the Debate Club
members this year.
Members of the Debate Club include fBottom rowj
Ed Newell Bobbi Calderwood and Dave Newell
Top TOWD Ronme Ferguson J an Smith Kimberly
Hunter Allen Norris and Susan Strode
UMEROUS TROPHIES I
,Ian Smith and Kim Hunter practice a dramatic
duet to enter in a National Forensic League
Ronnie Ferguson, Ed Newell, Dave Newell and
Bobbie Calderwood are engaged in a cross debate
which features a questioning session by the
opposing debate team.
I TERACT ISSUESI TER ATIO AL
Interact, a Rotary-sponsored club, con-
sisted of junior and senior boys chosen by a
vote of the members. Boys were selected
according to activities and abilities.
A highlight of this year was correspond-
ing with New Zealand. This country sent
slides and information for the presentation
of a program. In return, the AHS Interact
Club sent slides and data to New Zealand.
The organization conducted several
worthwhile projects. On the local level,
books were collected and donated to the Zia
school, and 3100 was donated to the :Tiger
Triadfi As a foreign project, the group sent
money to assist a newly-formed club in
Interact met twice a month, and was
sponsored by Dr. Martin G. Jaenke, Mr. Bill
Racoosin, Nlr. Andy Hendrix, lVlr. Harold
Van Winkle, Dr. Leland L. Fellows, and lVlr.
Joseph E. Youngkamp.
Officers are: Ronald Rentsehler, Treasurer, Steve
Gutknecht, Vice-Presidentg Dave Newell, President,
Ed Newell, Secretary, Bob Borgeson, Board Mem-
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members Doug Morgan, Robert Ellis, Scott
Beardemphl, Mike Bearce, Steve Gutknecht,
Rgnald Rentschler, Donnie Hoffman, Mike
Dobbyn, Tom Sutton, Ed Newell, Ronnie Sanders,
Allen Norris, Bob Borgeson, ,lack Shipman, and
Dave Newell are shown here presenting a check for
85100 for the "Tiger Triad" to music instructors
Mr. Kenneth Bender, Mr. Harold Van Winkle, Mr
Loren Rhodes, and Mr. Don Thorp.
COMM NICATIONA DFRIE DSHIP
Lindsay Rollo fthird from lefty, foreign exchange Club meeting with members Ed and Dave Newell, and Lhe AHS sponsor of the organizalion, Mr
Student from Australia, is shown at an Interact Rotarians Mr. Bill Racoosin and Dr. Martin Jaenke, joseph Youngkamp.
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JU 1oR CLASSICAL LEAGL PLUS
Jun.ior Classical League presented a
chance for Alamogordo High School stu-
dents to study the language, customs, and
cultures of the ancient Greek and Roman
The purpose of JCL was to help prev
serve classical learning at the High School
level. The high point of the year was the trip
to State JCL Convention in Albuquerque.
Friends and honors were gained for the
Alamogordo JCL'ers as a result of State
The purpose of the Library Club at
Alamogordo High School was to promote
interest among library assistants and to allow
them to discuss various problems conceming
The club was made up of students who
were taking library as a class. They worked
in the library as assistants for Miss Pardue
and Mrs. Montgomery and attended club
JCL sponsor, Mrs. Diane Burnett, and JCL mem-
bers-Front row: Becky Stone, Ronny Ferguson,
Robert Hill, Donna Crirnminsg Middle row: Darlene
Jones, Glenda Hoppes, Patti Woods, Clare Riker,
Christine Hendrickson, Back row: Peggy
McCausland, Kendall Rhodes, Marcia Meyer, Bruce
Vail, and Pat Gallagher shown in afternoon meet-
ing for the purpose of planning their annual trip to
the state J CL convention.
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Officers of JCL are: Donna Crimmins, Secretaryg
Becky Stone, Treasurerg Ronny Ferguson, Parlia-
mentarian and Robert Hill, President.
Front: Lynda Stewart, Derlenc Goslin, Peggy
Herrin, and Sahra Gardinerg Back: Mrs.
Montgomery, Jack Lee, David Barker, Paul Marijn
and Mis Pardue.
An opportunity to develop skill in the
game of chess was provided the students of
Alamogordo High School who joined the
Chess Club this year. The Wednesday after-
noon sessions were held in the biology
laboratory or in the home of one of the club
members. lVlr. Herbert Hammond was the
sponsor of the group.
lVlr. Ernest Grant, ham radio enthusiast,
organized the Ham Radio Club for AHS
students this year. The purpose of the club
was to familiarize the members with the
workings of the ham radio and to promote
this activity as an individual hobby. The
group met on Thursday evenings. Activities
included guest speakers and experiments
with ham radio equipment.
From left to right, Chess Club members are: Gene
Wahl, Vice Presidentg Randall Huddlestong Mike
Murphyg Rex Wahl, Presidentg Freddie Garcia,
Student Council Representativeg Steve johzmseng
Larry Torresg and Mr. Herb Hammond, Sponsor.
A D HAM RADIO CLUB
Concentrating in an attempt to outguess the opponent are members of Chess Club at a weekly meeting.
NCOURAGEI DI ID AL HOBBIE
Below: Members of Ham Radio Club are: front row: Mr. Ernest Grant, Sponsorg Dwight Hall, Secretaryg Gerald Sauve, President. Back row: Bill Ariasg Steve
,Iohanseng Chuck jamesg Gary Kissiahg and Robert Glass.
One of the guest speakers for Ham Radio Club is
Mr. Don Scott, representative from G.E., who
speaks to members about some of his equipment,
Every man is
in that mzrevn of images
sees that he is better.
If ho strives
harder than he must,
hc is recognized.
and is given
HONORS . . .
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JU 1011 F VORITE
Sandye Stevens, ,Ianey Dunlop, Rick Williamson,
Tommy Milladge, Al Borchik, and Patty Van Dam
were elected finalists for Junior Class favorites.
Under the umbrella sit the junior Class favorites,
Sandye Stevens and Tommy Milladge.
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After returning from a year in Argentina, Emma Phillips gives a speech in Mrs. Rick's English class about her experiences on her recent trip.
MARCIA MEYER FUTURE HOMEMAKER
Two special titles given to girls at
Alamo High are the Future Homemaker
award and the DAR title.
The winner of the Future Home-
maker award was Senior, Mareia Meyer.
She and many other girls took the Betty
Crocker test to determine their home-
Susan Strode, winner of the DAR
title was awarded on her good citizen-
ship and her honor to her country.
These and other requirements enabled
her to win the title.
Names of the girls from the school
were given to each teacher. The teachers
then rated the girls first, second, or
third best. They were evaluated by Mr.
Bode and the winner was then an-
Proving that she can be a better homemaker
of tomorrow, Marcia Meyer shows her oven-
Child care is part of being a future home-
SUSA STRODE WINS DAR TITLE
Sitting by Alamo Tiger are alternates for the DAR title, Gail Bridges and Cherry Ann Kolbenschlag.
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Susan stands proudly next to an American symbol as she was honored by Daughters of the American
ALAMO STUDE TS ARE RECIPIE
Above: Outstanding Lineman John Gordon and
Outstanding Back jim Brown proudly display their
Golden Helmet Awards that were presented to
them at the fall athletic awards program in
Right: Marcia Saulnier, 1969 Otero County Fair
Queen, reigns over the local fair parade. In state
competition, Marcia was selected "Miss Simpaticaw
hy her fellow contestants.
GF OT BLE WARDS A DTITLES
Susan Strode smiles jubilantly after being chosen Alamogordo 's J unjor Miss for 1970. At the state contest, Susan was named third runner-up.
A declining sun
makes a harsh light in the mirror
and it is difficult
one image from another
as the conformity of the man pulls all
in an attempt
to teach himself the things he must know
The newly learned and long discovered
into the channels that his individuality
and interests guide him.
He is divided into
CLASSES . . .
STUDE TEXPRESSIO MAI GOAL
Reading, writing, speaking, thinking,
and listening were goals emphasized by the
English Department under the direction of
Miss Margaret Harman. department chair-
man. Reports and researeh papers were
assignments that encouraged the students to
use the library facilities.
A new addition to the school this year
was the electronic reading equipment. These
machines were designed to aid the student in
increasing his reading speed and compre-
These j uniors are busy looking for interesting hooks that can be read for Mrs. Pricels English class.
David and Martha Torres look in several magazines
for information for English reports.
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MA ITIE :THE EW UNUSUAL
The 1969-70 school year brought a new
elective called Humanities. This was an
entirely new course offered by the English
department with special help from the
departments of history, music, and art.
The course, taught by Mrs. Carol
Clippard, was designed to give students
direct experience in the art forms of litera-
ture, music, and art.
A chronograph of the development of
man throughout the ages was made from
contributions from the students.
Projects included student efforts at the
various art forms and listening programs
planned by Mrs. Clippard.
Mrs. Clippard gives students background informa-
tion for study of Cha.rlemagne's Empire.
During their study of prehistoric man, Humanities stude
Many of the Humanities students dis-
covered hidden talents when they attempted
clay sculpting, sketching, and painting.
'Glsistening experiencesi' were a frequent
diversion from an ordinary school day. lVlrs.
Clippard prepared many tapes on the various
units in music and literature, which gave the
students an opportunity to hear famous
works of art.
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Left: Studentsi watercolor illustrations from ARABIAN NIGHTS are displayed by Mrs. Clippard,
Mrs. Russell Brown, guest speaker, presents a listening program on Handel's Messiah,
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1969-70 AHS SCENE CAPTURED BY
Mr. Davis, TIGER TRAX advisor, and members of
the journalism class critically examine an issue of
the school paper that hasjust been published.
Pictures, copy, headlines, cutlines, and
deadlines dominated the journalism classes
Comprising the TIGER THAX staff
were Gail Rogers, editor, David Dewey,
assistant editor, Debbie lin-:ising and Huth
Ann Sayger, feature editors: Gary Stringer,
sports editor: Genie Holder, advertising man-
ager: ,lean Willits, exchange editor, Ramona
Sanchez and jeff Willits, photographers,
Karen Yarkosky, Helyn Davis, Verna Duran,
Linda Harvey. Patty lrvine, Vicki Hender-
son, Steve lessen, Darlene Jones, Paul
Martin, lda Nlirabal, and Charles Simon,
reporters. Mr. Bill Davis was the advisor,
assisted lay Hob Waldon,
Vickie Kyle was editor of the yearbook,
and Ramona Sanchez and Jeff Willits were
photographers. Staff members were Darlene
Jones, Sherry Fenix, jean Willits, Anne
Mourning, jo Ann Wright, and Mike Bency.
Mrs. Jo Ann Davis was advisor.
TIGER TRAX editor Gail Rogers checks a typist'
ROCKET A D TIGER TRAX STAFFS
Rocket editor Vickie Kyte assists Darlene jones with selection of pictures for a yearbook layout,
nal news copy for mistakes before pasting on the Ramona Sanchez, yearbook and newspaper photographer, is busy in the dark room developing some film
STUDE T EXPRESSIO SHOW
CREATIVE WRITI G A D SPEECH
Tape recording and chalk art may not
sound much like the activities of a creative
writing class, but that is what Mrs. Faye
Leeis classes did. The chalk posters, done to
music, preceded poetry writing. The stu-
dents also recorded some of their poems on
tape to suitable background music.
The creative writing class was revived
this year, after being abandoned years ago.
Panel discussions, impromptu speeches,
and oralions are only a part of the many
classes of Mrs. White and lVlr. Westphal. Not
only did the students in these classes learn to
speak before people with confidence and to
think on their feet, but they also learned to
listen to other peopleis speeches and talks.
Deborah Armstrong shows Mrs. Faye Lee, her
Creative Writing teacher, some of the ideas that she
has jotted down for further development in an
impressionistic poem or short story.
Delores Sanchez, one of the students in Mrs.
White's advanced speech class, delivers an original
oralion to her class. Each oration is a piece of work
done by the students that lasts from four to eight
Above: Mike Murphy raises his hand to ask a
question of one of speech's panel discussion
groups. The panel, consisting of Wilma McNeal,
Mike Weaver, Marcia Woods, and jon Price,
discussed the pros and cons of such topics as going
steady, student dress codes, and teenage marriages.
Left: jearl Petrec discovers that one of the
necessities of good literary work is rewriting.
MATH STUDE I TERPRET HARD
Right: Cathy Lester and Neva Lusk listen atten-
tively as their irigonometry teacher explains a new
Below: Mr. Donn Curtis explains the fundamentals
of parabolas to his students.
Some of the courses Math students were
able to take were algebra, arithmetic, astron-
omy, analytic geometry, geometry, trigo-
nometry, and advanced math. These courses
offered the students a new look at our
number line, a study of equations, and plain
and solid figures. These courses were de-
signed for the students who enjoyed math
and needed it for college entrance require-
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PROBLEMS DURI G DAILY WORK
Left: jim Daniels works diligently to finish his
Below: Astronomy students look at charts of stars
and try to locate our nearest star.
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PLEASING CHALLE GE TO P PILS
Latin students, Ardine Donaldson, .ludi Waldrep, sentences.
and ltobcrt llill labor at the blackboard with Latin
Students in German listen intently as Miss Cynthia
Fulton dictates in the German dialect.
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HISTORY CLASSES REQUIRE MUCH
History elasses at Alamogordo High
School found many interesting characters in
the past such as Napoleon Bonaparte. There
were three different types of history courses
offered at AHS. These were American His-
tory, Current History, and llflodern European
History. Another social studies course
offered was World Geography. This course
studied the physical landscape, both present
The teachers for these classes were lVlrs.
Barbara Robinson. and Misters Dave Vander
Molen, Raymond Vincent, Glen Markliam,
Darrell Bode, Charles Areienega, Gordon
Cramer, jerry Koller, and joseph Young
Kamp. department chairman.
Alamogordo High juniors listen intently in an
American History class.
LI TEN ING ABILITY A D STUDY
Coach Dave Vander Nlolen, AHS teacher, lectures with a smile as Al Borchik and otherjuniors listen attenlively in his afternoon American History class
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govcmmcnt class work zealously on their home-
ACTIVE STUDE T PARTICIPATIO
A trip to the Constitutional Convention
in Sante Fe and ai mock election campaign
were stimulating activities for Mr. Darrel
Bodsfs government classes this year. 'llhese
contributed greatly in giving the students a
better understanding of the functions of our
Scientific investigation and the science
of behavior were emphasized in psychology,
taught by Mr. Hay Vincent and Mr. Richard
Jones. lfxperiments such as running a mouse
through a maze gave students insight into
their own behavior.
Family backgrounds, differences in
human beings, careers and vocations were
some of the areas covered in the sociology
classes taught by Ylr. Vander Nlolen, Mr.
Cramer. and Mr. Areienega,
Right: Mr. Darrell Bode, government teacher, leads
his class in a discussion of current problems.
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openly to the information being presented.
Involved in an interesting discussion are the members of Mr. Arcienegais sixth hour sociology class
NCOURAGED I SOCIAL STUDIES
Regina Donaway gives a report in fulfillment of an assignment in Mr. Vincenfs psychology class.
Gestures are an integral part of the lectures given
by Mr. Richard Jones during his psydhology class.
PHGTO SYNTHESIS D MOLARITY
Chemistry and biology courses offered
at Alamogordo lligh School presented a
challenge to students. The courses were
especially beneficial for students who faced
a future with careers in science or medicine.
Chemistry was a laboratory course
which covered the study of matter-its
composition and the changes it undergoes.
During the two semesters students learned
many skills in the laboratory. Chemistry was
developed for the serious and educationally
Biology was a study of living organisms,
cells, insects, animals, and plants. Biology
students used the laboratory frequently
primarily for dissections. Through dissec-
tions the students learned the physical make-
up of many organisms.
Students in lVlr. Hammondis Hour 1 Biology class,
Spence DeLanoy, Charles Frazier, Steve Malone,
and Ronald Mitchell, are learning to use micro-
scopes for researching organisms.
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Travis Parsley and Jimmy Kellum test a tempera-ture.
FUSE STUDE TS
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try can be a messy subject. Sutton, and George Givens try out a new group
system of learning.
S UDENTS USE SCIENTIFIC IDEAS
Physics and Electricity were two courses
which offered a challenge to Alamogordo
High School students who were interested in
the scientific curriculum available at AHS.
Physics was a laboratory course which
consisted of a study of the natural laws and
principles of physics as applied to many
organic materials encountered in every day
life. Electricity began with a basic study of
electronics and electrical equipment and
later advanced to learning to service such
electrical appliances as radios and televisions.
The respective teachers were Mr. Ernest
Grant and lVlr. Meliton Maestas.
Steve Meyers is hard at work along with his
classmates in electricity.
AH PHYSICSA DELECTRICITY
George Sanders tinkers with a drill at the work-
table in Electricity.
Students, Casey Pack, Dwight Zurawski, Art Salas,
Frank Chavez, and Bill Mayton do an experiment
with Mr. Grant.
PER O ALITIES DE ELOP THROUGH
First semester activities in girls P.E. this
year consistcd of arclu-ry, spr-cd-an-way, and
volleyball. Second scmestcr flipped off with
gymnastics. Other sports included were field
hockey, track, and field events. and softball.
Mrs. l.a Rossa Chambers was the instructor.
'fwo weeks of conditioning and physical
fitness tests began each semester of boys
P.li., under the direction of Mr. Bob
Scpulvcda. Flag football, volla-ylmll. flicker
ball. and spccd-a-way Wcrc thc activities
included in the- first semeslm-r. S1-cond semes-
ter consisted of soccer, track and field,
flicker hall, and softball.
Speed-a-way provides fun and exercise in thc boys'
physical education class.
Members of the sixth period P.E. class demonstrate their agility on the balance beam in gymnastics Boys P E class enjoys a strenuous game oi soces r
"PRIDE OF THE TUL ROSA BASIN"
Carrying the football and basketball
crowds in the arms of spirit, the black and
gold uniformed hand participants con-
stituted a major feature of cvery game.
Under the direction of Mr. Harold Van
Winkle and assistant, Mr. Rhodes, the AHS
Tiger Marching Band brought top honors
from musical festivals they attended during
As drum majors, Larry Hilton and Bob
Borgeson lcd the band in marching drills,
Nlajorcttcs Bonnie Weber, Linda Nlunsey,
Patti Elliot, and Patti Tryon led the hand in
parades and other performances.
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Below: Majorettes Bonnie Weber, Linda Munsey,
Patti Elliot, and Patty Tryon pose by the victory
LYRICAL TRI GS FILL CGNCERT
This was Lhc scene at high school
Students screeching up and down the
scale with their flutes, tuning their violins,
blaring 011 trombones made pandemonium
supreme as the orchestra warmed up for
action. Suddenly, above all the turmoil, two
sharp raps of a haton against a music stand
and instantly all was quiet. lVlr. Kenneth
Bender gave the signal and soon the room
was filled with music that set the pace for
performances at concerts and district fes-
Shelby Smith and Jack Rathgeber make up the bass
section of the orchestra.
The orchestra accompanies the high school choirs at the annual Christmas concert
LL WITH MUSIC FROM GRO P
M1'. Kenneth Bender takes orchestra through a new
piece of music.
Mr. Thorp directs orchestra at Christmas music
Rocket photogapher catches intent cellists and violinists at concert.
S GI ALC G THE MELODY WAY
One could always hear the vociferous
roar in the halls of AHS. People were always
talking, yelling, hundreds of tortuous un-
trained voices merrily screaming the song of
the day. There was, however, one depart-
ment in school that took in the more
promising of these voices. Several concerts
were given hy the A Capella, Treble, and
Mixed choruses. These groups also par-
ticipalcd in many district festivals under the
direction of Mr. Thorp.
Madrigal Singers: Phil Taylor, Diane Foster, Mike
Howell, Shari Robertson, Rodney Thorson, Billie
Scott, and Mark Plowman.
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Starla McLean, Ann Bender, Diane Scoby, Mindy
Meyers, Rosy Gallegos, Dolores Truijillog Row 2:
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Watkins, Debi Smith, Marsha Secrest, Patti Tryon, Leighty, Jeannine Caldwell, Beth Bremner,
Deva McFarland, Row 3: Faye Oliver, Lori Annabel Clifford,and Patsy Bryant.
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Members of A Capella choir are: ffourth rowj
Janet Hudman, Mike Howell, Becky Kiefer, Don
Mitchell, Susan Hill, Mark Plowman, joNell Barker,
Rod Thorson, fthird rowj Kathy Milne, David
Barker, Billie Scott, Leonard Miller, Shari Robert-
son, Shelby Smith, Dorothy Smith, Dwight Hall,
fseeond rowj Phil Taylor, Patty Black, Larry
Hilton, Madeline Vickrey, Jim McKenzie, Gail
Bridges, Mike Julian, Mary Zagone, ffirst rowj
Betsey Rambo, Jerry Barllet, Diane Foster, Rodger
Amelung, Anne Gonzales, Kevin Gardner, and
Members of the Mixed Choir are: Gwen Smith,
Margaret Furphy, John Bryson, John Sul1iva.n,,Iean
Branch, Naomi Holland, ffrontj Magdeline
Quinnones, Renee Chavez, Shirley Norris, Yvonne
Milles, Vicky Campbell, Alama Perez, and Jan
RT IS COLORFUL D CRE TI E
The Art courses this year, taught by
Charles Soulhard, were mostly made up of
first year students. Their main study was
divided many ways. Drawing simple objects
such as bottles, jars, and boxes started the
year. Color theory and principle elements of
design came next, followed by experiments
with various medias.
Students who made up the one and only
second year class were independent through-
out the year. 'llhey did experiments with
prints, woodbloeks, screening, and three
dimensional figures done with sculptures,
metal, wood, and ceramics,
Pat Henry, first year student, works constructively
on an assignment of hand lettering with pen and
Valerie Munee listens while M.r. Southard instructs
TG E THUSIA TIC AHS STUDE
Songsuk Suchiva, Thailand, foreign exchange student, works diligently on his creation made from clay,
Creations from clay are practiced by second year students. This particular husk was made by Songsuk TIICSC fifsi PC1'i0d aff StUdCYltS look bewildered at
Suchiva- odd invention,
L PIDARY STUDE TS DON SELVES
Lapidary work is the fashioning of
stones into attractive, and sometimes un-
usual, forms. Lapidary, an art that can he
traced to many civilizations, is also a class in
which students not only can learn an art, but
can wear the profit of the class.
Barbara Hill and Lapidary instructor, Mr. Carroll, ,
discuss the molding of wax into metal, W
Lapidary students often make their own jewelry. Above: james Candelaria files a ring. Rachel Perea and Kay Dominquez make free wax
WITH JEWELRY OF OWN MAKI
Above: James Wadako solders a piece of silver for jewelry.
ARTICLES M DE BY LE THER A
Among the many vocational courses
olfered to high school students are leather-
craft and woodwork. These two courses are
taught by Mr. Gillaland and Nlr. Cook in
leather, and lVlr. Bugg in woodwork. This
year's leathercraft students learned decora-
tion, treating and fabrication of the articles
they made. Some of the articles they made
were belts, holsters, and purses. They had a
wide choice of colors and designs from
which to choose.
Mr. Bugg taught his first year students
the basic fundamentals of woodworking and
lool use. They were also taught to design
furniture by using power tools und modern
finishing techniques. The boys worked on
such projects as bookshelves and end tables.
Left: Deva McFarland hammers out her design for
a belt while jerry Bartlet looks over his work.
Far Right: Debbie Branch carefully examines a belt
she made in her sixth period class.
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touches to a cedar chest.
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he will need to complete his woodwork project.
Mark Fenn puts the finishing touches on his bowl by painting it before he hands it in to be graded.
CGUR E I PRACTICAL ARTS THE
Juniors and seniors of thc l969-70
school year who took Auto lVleehanics or
Mechanical Drawing, both electives, profiled
from the courses by learning a skill they
could apply later on in their future lives.
Auto Mechanics 001 and 002, taught by
lVlr. Riggs, gave students basic knowledge of
the automobile by use of classroom lectures
and demonstrations. Auto Mechanics 003
through 006, instructed by lVlr. Craig,
offered students practical experience in
engine tune-ups and overhauls, by the use of
Instructors of Nleclianical Drawing, Mr.
Nlaestas and Mr. Janes, exposed the students
to various areas such as pictorial drawing,
three-dimensional drawing, fundamentals of
architectural drawing, and the use, care, and
handling of drafting equipment.
Mike Bearce, Tom Toohey, Benny Moya, Danny
Prier, and Bob King learn about the construction
and principles of a carburetor in an Auto
Above: Tony Orona and Eddie Contreras apply their knowledge to some problems on their engine.
KEY FOR A WORKI G K LEDGE
Above: Juniors Irah DcWolf and Henry Artiaga
work diligently in Mechanical Drawing class.
Nathan Leary applies his knowledge to a mechani-
cal drawing assignment.
Donna Douglas works diligently to get her practice
Personal-use skills and vocational train'
ing were available to students who selected
business courses as electives. A wide variety
of subjects were offered, such as: two years
of typewriting, two years of shorthand,
office practice, bookkeeping, economies,
and business law. A very important aspect of
the department was the occupational pro-
gram where students applied their acquired
skills in actual job situations. Department
Chairman was Mrs. lfthel ,lane Strode.
Bonnie Duran is working at the City Engineers office. Her job is part of the co-op program here at school.
DEVELOPS VOCATIO AL KILL
Second year typing students use new electric
typewriters to help them improve their speed.
These shorthand students are preparing for class.
BOTH BOYS A D GIRLS EXPLURE
New conveniences were enjoyed by the
girls and boys of the home economics
department at AHS. Six new dining tables
were added to the department along with
new Hotpoint stoves.
Some of the many things learned in the
home economics classes included the study
of family relations toward careers and
marriageg planning, preparing, and serving a
mealg child careg and clothing construction
in which they were required to make a
tailored or dressy dress and line a garment.
This year a new class was added to the
home economics department. Boys' Home
Economics. The class was taught hy Mrs.
Lucy Rohovec. There were twenty-six boys
enrolled in the course. The boys learned
about food preparation and care of clothes.
Right: jeff Kenny learns that ironing isn't so hard
Far Right: Patti Tryon, Becky Sweet, and Diane
Taylor in Mrs. Hein's fifth period class presented a
skit to emphasize young marriages.
Below: First year students study fruit vitamins and
nutrients they contain.
THE MY TERIE OF HOMEM KI
Dennis Swift, Baron Burton, and Charles Milladge
Future chefs may be found in Mrs. Rohovec's show how to wash and dry clothes and what type
boys, home economics class. of detergent to use.
causes thu sky Lo bcuoinmz il pluslic pink,
Lweecled with a gentle blue
and lo turn the smoothing hills
to haunting purple and orchid shadows
as the cast of characters in thc drama
before that mirror of life
They are lhc men,
THE PEOPLE . .
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PTITUDE TESTS GIVE TO SENIGRS
Jo Nell Barker
FORETELL VOCATIO AL F TURE
Seniors pause from armed services aptitude test long enough to smile for 1970 Rocket photographer.
G ary Buie
J im Burling
Philip L. Campbell
Mary Lou Casillas
Amy Jane Contreras
Billy Joe Copeland
SENIOR WIN BACKED BY SMILES
Senior girls work together to conquer Jrmlors for
Homecoming float competition.
E IOR PRINCESS CHOSEN QUEE
Cherry Ann Kolhenschlag rides royally as senior
princess in Tiger Week parade.
Johnnie Mae Fish
J im Folan
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AHS Seniors, Terry Messal and Douglas Morgan
observe moratorium by wearing black arm hands
E IORS PLA 1969 HOMECOMI G
lVlary Louise Herrera
Seniors make plans for homecoming activities during an advisor group session held during Tiger Week.
Billie J 0 J arousak
John A. Jenkins
John S. Jenkins
C. Darlene Jones
David J osselyn
CLASS OF 1970 HOWS SPIRIT
Cherry Ann Kolhensehlag
Mary Ann McNeese
FOOTBALLS EXPRESS AHS SPIRIT
Brightly colored black and gold foothalls were
distributed by Debbie Marquardt and Nancy Meeks
in honor of Tiger Week.
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E IORS RUN CITY GO ER ME T
AHS seniors, Tom lVlclVlLu'ry, Steve
Gutkhecht, Cherry Ann Kolbenschlag,
Jackie Bloth, Gail Bridges, and Susan
Strode, take their turn at running the
J ary Penney
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Billy Rodney Ragedale
Suzi Miller, senior princess,
Tiger Week parade.
PIRIT SING AFTER PEP R LLY
Jose Alonso Rivera
Ronnie Lee Roper
Suzie Miller, Cindy Miller, and Willma lVIcNea1 sing,
"Little girls have pretty curls, but we love football
boysf' after a pep assembly.
Ruth Ann Sayger
J an Shafer
J ack Shipman
J an Shorter
COSTUMES HAU T THE TROJANS
Mighty Tiger baseball player, Senior Ruthie
Cooper, shows support on Costume Day during
Brenda Van Deren
Kathy Van Fleet
Jimmy Van Winkle
Mary Lou Vizcaino
E IORS SAY LICK BEL AIR
Mr. Westphal and Anne Owens lick their lollipops
to show their support for the "Fighting Tigersn on
Lick ,Em Day.
Mary Sue Whitney
Jerri W ittenburg
lVlary Ellen Wolfe
Jo Anne Wright
Tigers, Sleeping Beauty, Judi Waldrep takes a
quick nap during her royal ride ln Tiger Week
Images of a Junior year reflected
Are shiny rings with 771, on them
And the joyful feeling
Of only one more year to go.
The flash of achieving
And the chain contest.
Seeing football season come and
Go into basketball season and
All of the others,
Knowing it won't be long
Until it will be the big year.
The important year
When there wonit be any seniors
To pick on you.
Will it really be so great?
Sandye Stevens smiles brightly as Tommy
Mrlladge tums her class ring. Turning the class
nngs is one of the most devoutly followed
traditions at AHS.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Front row: Coach
Dave Vander Molen fsponsorj, Coach jerry Koller
fsponsorj, Janie Dunlop, Sherri Ferguson, JoAnn
Lepley, and Coach Gordon Cramer fsponsorj. Back
row: Pam Melton, Sandye Stevens, and Edna
JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL: Tommy Milladge, Joe
Malone, Emma Jones, Barbara Jones, Nancy
Lopez, Mary Coleman, Alma Perez, Evelyn Silva,
Vivian Drewett, Trudy Seller, Primitiv Armendariz,
jan Dunlap, Diane Taylor, Roy King, Theresa
Ortega, john Larsh, Debbie Nunn, and jan Luns-
Cathy Abbitt, jan Addleman,
Debbie Albro, Deborah Allen,
Deborah Alsup, David Ander-
son, Debbie Anderson, Elisa
Anderson, James Anderson
Primitiv Armendariz, Mike
Armstrong, Danon Austin,
Ronnie Avants, David Barker,
Ray Barnes, john Barr, jerry
Bartlett, Norma Bartlett
Terry Batten, Margaret Beas-
ley, Chuck Beokman, lone
Bellows, Sarah Benitez, Paula
Beyler, Judi Black, Patty
Black, Harry Blackwell
Nancy Rose Bloom, Robert
Blount, Elizabeth Bodwell,
Brian Bolles, George Bonnell,
Viki Bonner, Albert Borchik,'
Robert Borgeson, Diane Bor-
Bobby Bouma, Greg Bouten,
Patsy Bowen, Earl Box, Row-
land Bradley, Linda Branch,
Velma Branch, Darrell
Brantley, Gerald Brantley
john Braswell, Georga Brem-
ner, Dennis Brown, Marvinell
Brown, Wayne Brown, Carlos
Brusuelas, Forest Butler,
Charles Byers, Fara Campbell
IOR DRESS UP TIGER WEEK
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Left: Earl Box shows his support during Tiger Above: Energetic juniors make Tiger Week posters.
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of the many highlights of the Homecoming
Vicky Campbell, Nancy
Campino, james Candelaria,
Larry Candelaria, Bill Cantrell,
John Cappa, Willie Carabajal,
Alan Carl, Scott Carmiencke,
Michael Cerny, Charlotte
Chamberlain, Albert Chavez,
Albert D. Chavez, Frank
Chavez, Louis Chavez
Renee Chavez, Ricardo
Chavez, Teddy Chavez, Debo-
rah Chesanek, Steven Chris-
man, Jodie Christensen, Stuart
Clapp, Mary Clark
Annabel Clifford, Janice
Clump, Shcree Coates, Mary
Ann Cocciardi, Rebecca Coch-
ran, Rufus Cole, Mary Jo Cole-
man, Salvador Colmenero
Wade Compton, Eddie Con-
treras, Albert Cookson, Rus-
sell Coonts, Alvino Coyazo,
Maggie Craig, Daniel Crim-
mins, Donna Crimmins
Lawrence Crow, Paula Crum-
ley, Phillip Cuellar, William
Daley, Mary Ann Dalton,
james Daniel, William Daniel,
Helen Davis, Rick Davis, Rose
Davis, Ardith Decker, Susan
Deese, Jimmy Delgado, D'Arm
Denton, Kathy DeRoy
AH S .IUNIOR MUSCLE PROGRESSES
Spence Dclanoy, David
Dewey, Irah DeWolf, Robert
Dixon, Ralph Dockray, Dermis
Dodd, Patricia Dodson, Ardine
Donaldson, Ricky Donalson
Judy Douglas, Kurt Douglas,
Laura Downs, Vivian Drewett,
Tina Dryden, Diane Dugan,
Jeannine Dunlap, janey Duna
lop, David Duran
Ernest Duran, David Durham,
Susan Edwards, Georgina El-
linger, Patty Elliott, Charles
Ellis, John Ellis, Bobbie
Elston, Brenda Ervcn
David Evans, Debbie Farr,
Dolores Fcldhuseh, George
Felton, Mark Fenn, Cheryl
Ferguson, Joe Ferguson,
Donny Fish, Ronny Fish
Gail Flaughcr, Adelaide
Flores, Diane Foster, Paul Fos-
ter, Charles Frazier, Ritchie
Freeman, Mike F reutel, Mike
Fulmer, Barbara Furnidgc
Patricia Gallagher, Rosy Gal-
legas, George Gallegos, joe
Gallegos, Maria Galindo, Pati-
cia Gamboa, john Gappa,
Aceneio Garcia, Linda Garcia
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out to help work on their
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room activity of junior Larry
Mary Garcia, Sabra Gardiner,
Kevin Gardner, George Givens,
Michael Gomez, Antoinette
Gonzales, Dianna Gonzales,
Cynthia Gonzales, Sally Good
Marilyn Goodwin, Chris Gor-
ham, Glen Graham, Donald
Gray, James Garzier, Cas-
sandra Gregg, Rebecca Griffin,
Robert Grummert, Buddy
Andres Gutierrez, Irene
Gutierrez, Salvador Gutierrez,
Sammy Gutierrez, Teresa Gut-
ierrez, Mark Haffeman, Barry
Hale, Dwight Hall, Jeannine
Ma.rily'n Hamilton, Ann Ham-
mond, Sandra Hammond,
James Harbaugh, Wendell Har-
rington, Lou Ann Harshey,
Linda Harvey, Mike Harvey,
J ess Harwell
Patrick Hasenbuhler, Wayne
Hatcher, Danny Hays, Vicki
Henderson, Debra Ann Hen-
dricks, Christine Hendrickson,
John Henry, Patty Hemandez,
Peggy Herrin, Donald Hiles,
Barbara Hill, Robert Hi.l.l,
Debra Hobart, Donna Hobart,
Robert Holguin, Arnold Hol-
land, Naomi Holland
PIRITED JU IGRS COLLECT MO T
Diana Hollingsworth, Marsha
Holloway, Phyllis Hooker,
Glenda Hoppcs, Paula Hoppes,
Steve Houston, Linda Howard,
Dean Howes, Randall Huddles-
Milton Hudman, Jennifer Hud-
son, Kimberley Hunter, Patty
Irvine, Sam J ackson, Charles
James, Vicki Jenkins, Gloria
Jimenez, Stcven Johansen
Cheryl Johnson, Henry John-
son, Penny Johnson, Barbara
Jones, Glynn Jones, John
Jones, Patricia Joseph, Mike
Julian, Gary Kasaya
Becky Keifer, Edna Keller,
Jimmy Kellun, Grant Kelly,
Donna Kessler, Robert Kidd,
Patrick King, Roy King, Zoe
Charles Klobassa, James
Klump, Mike Kolhensehlag,
Christine Komenda, Steve
Kondo, Raymond Konlrust,
Danny Kulm, Denise Ladd,
Tom Lamon, Carl Landers,
Andrea Lang, John Larsh, Jeff
Latawiec, Renae Law, Stephen
Lawless, Nathan Leary, Larry
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BOXES FOR GIGA TIC BO FIRE
Boxes, the object of a week-long contest in which
juniors were thc victors, were used in the bonfire
celebrating the Alamo Tiger's first football game of
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james Lewis, Ricky Lewis,
Yvonne Leyva, Marsha Lilley,
Mariko Link, Larry Lobato,
,I ulene Lomas
Nancy Lopez, Peter Lopez,
Sam Lopez, Kenneth Lowe,
Josephine Luevano, Sheila
Lumdie, janet Lunsford, Neva
Lusk, Steve Malett
Joe Malone, Steve Malone,
Dale Ma.nkin, John Marlow,
Kathi Marshall, Mike Magda,
Marilyn Martell, Armando
Martinez, Augustine Martinez
Betty Martinez, Linda Mathis,
Donna Maupin, Bill Mayton,
Charles, MeCamy, Debbie
McCandless, Peggy McCaus-
land, Amy MeCellan, Linda
Pat McCoy, Gloria McCune,
Dean McDougal, Deva McFar-
land, Robert McGill, Edward
MeKenny, Paul MeKinster,
Ted McMurry, Susan McRee
James M cSwane, Leonard
Meeks, Pam Melton, Roy
Messer, Charles Messerli,
Timothy Mettlen, Scott
Meyer, Jeffrey Miles, Tommy
Cathy Miller, Kathy Miller,
Sandra Miller, Tonya Miller,
Cathy Milne, Gloria Mirabal,
Don Mitchell, Ronald
Mitchell, Betty Moncada
Dorothy Romero, Mike
Montes, Elizabeth Montoya,
Patricia Montoya, Janice
Moore, Doug Moots, Donnavie
Morales, David Morgan, John
Alice Morrison, Linda Moses,
Dennis Mott, Anne Mourning,
Benjamin Moya, Mike Moya,
Richard Mueller, Linda Mun-
sey, john Myers
FIRE DRILL I TERRUPTS D ILY
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A fire drill provides a pleasant break for AHS
students as they file from the building.
Pamela Myers, Pete Najar, Lori
Needham, Deborah Nelson,
Forrest Nelson, Kent Nelson,
Sharyl Nelson, Betty Noriega,
Mary Noriega, Sean Nugent,
Robert Nunnery, Linda
Ohlinger, Olga Olazaba, Faye
Oliver, Stuart Oliver, Martha
O'Reilly, Frank Orona
Teresa Ortega, Retha Owen,
Casey Pack, Jerry Padilla,
Sharylyn Painter, Elsie Palm,
Travis Parsley, Kathy Pattison,
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Sharon Pelp, joan Penney,
Alma Perez, Cynthia Perry,
Donald Perryman, Margaret
Peterson, William Phillips,
Alfonso Pino, James Pitsch
Warren Plante, David Poteete,
Kenneth Potulicchio, Bill
Powell, Dianne Pratt, Don
Price, John Price, Danny Prier,
Elizabeth Racoosin, Betsy
Rambo, Joe Ramirez, Malcolm
Ramsey, Michael Ray, Ronnie
Raymond, Georgia Reed, Judy
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Sanders, Susan Sanderson,
Teresa Schiefer, Betty
Schlensig, Stan Schoenbaum,
Billie Scott, Georgie Sedillo,
Tmdelle Sellers, Sadie Serna,
Steven Sharkey, Peggy Shaw,
Steve Sheffer, Debra Shep-
perd, Tina Shyne
Ed Shoe, lrene Sida, Karin
Siddens, Carmen Silva, Evelyn
Silva, Lloyd Simon, Charles
Simon, Elizabeth Simon,
Linda Simon, John Simpson,
Pamela Sims, Melissa Skillin,
William Sluytcr, Faye Smiley,
Betty Smith, Blaen Smith,
Dorothy Smith, Edyth Smith,
Jan Smith, Kenneth Smith,
Shelby Smith, Sheri Smith,
Wilmer Soistman, John
Spence, jack Sprague
Mary Elizabeth Stacy, Dale
Stafford, Pat Steel, Betty Ste-
vens, Sandye Stevens, Lynda
Stewart, Jimmie Stewart,
Michael Stolle, Raymond St.
Beth Stone, Lyman Stough,
Gary Stringer, Christiane Stro-
shine, Hilda Subia, ,Ion Sul-
livan, Ralph Sweet, Susan
Swinsford, Diane Taylor
Karen Taylor, Martha Taylor,
Charles Telles, Lila Tenney,
Stephanie Thames, Larry
Thomas, Molly Thomas, Kirby
Tillotson, Teresa Tinguely
Don.na Toon, Abel Torres,
Charlotte Torres, Viola Torres,
Tom Traff, Vicki Trimm,
William Tritthart, Dolores
Trujillo, Donald Tucker
Brenda Turner, Mike Turri,
john Tusing, Lynn Uhring,
Steve Ulrich, Theresa Valle,
jon Van Dam, Lynn Van jes-
sen, Jimmy Van Winkle
Madeline Vickrey, Diane Vil.
larreal, jimmy Wadyko,
Marion Wagner, Wendell Wahl,
Lawrence Walker, Steve Wal-
ker, Billy Wallace, Mike Wal-
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Kay Watkins, Mike Weaver,
Paul Webb, Bonnie Weber,
Bruce Weber, Cindy Wells,
Paul Weska mp, J ames West
James White .Steven White-
side Deborah Whitfield, Joe
Wilkinson Kenny Williams,
Ricky Williamson, ,I eff Willets
Ricky Wilson Chet Woods,
Charles Woods, Hiawatha
Woods Marcia Woods, Patti
Woods Linda Wooldridge
Erie Wright Karen Yarkosky,
James Yee Mike Zagone, Jo
Ann Zehr Patty Zufelt,
STUDE T RETAKES SPARK GRINS
Seniors: Paula Gentry, Susan
Hopkins, Alan Norris, Bill Pund
juniors: Pat Armenta, Dennis Avila,
Carolyn Bowling, Amber Burch
Andrea Coney, Stanley Cox,
Patricia Davis, Fred Durham,
Curtis Gaylor, Derlene Goslin, Ken
Graham, Minnie Graham
Tommy Greenwood, Jeanine
Gregoire, Carolyn Hampton, Pat
PRO JU 10115 A DSENIORS
James Candelaria, Manuel Hererra, Edward Schuh,
Alfonso Pino, Frank Chavez, and Glen Graham
gather at lunch for a few moments of conversation.
Students participating in the Youth In Government
program listen as Mrs. Frances Fenimore explains
part of her work to them.
Karen Kraenzlein, Larry Labato,
Nancy Larson, Cheri Littell,
Steve McGill, Kim Pringle, Sandra
Pirtle, Diane Ricks, Kelton Roberts
Leslie Robinson, Blair Amstutz,
Richard Arias, Harold Roper, Lucy
Jerry Shockey, Rose Marie
Tannich, Sue Tekell, Bertha Torres,
People chosen to teach, to leadg
To be respected and to earn respectg
To teach students, not classesg
And to lead people,
Not to do ajob.
Above: Members of the School Board, the top
branch of the Alamogordo School System, are E.
D. McKinley, President, William A. Dunn, Sec-
retaryg W. A. Arias, jr., Vice President: Lee L.
Peterson, Memberg and Reverend Theodore Holly,
The Superintendent of Alamogordo Schools, Dr.
Travis Stovall, puts some of his work aside long
enough to smile for a photograph.
The 69-70 school year was Mr. Dave Newell's first did he see that the school was operated smoothly
term as principal of A.H.S, ln his new position, he under all circumstances, but he also spent time
fulfilled many important responsibilities. Not only talking to different classes and groups.
A.H.S. Vice Principal, Bill Castorena, compares
two pages of notes that were placed on his desk.
The 69-70 school year is Mr. Castorena's first as
Vice Principal of Alamo High. The responsibilities
of his job include such activities as diciplinary
actions and scheduling.
Mr Sidney Bryant, Mrs. Patsy Wright and Mr. Douglas Dillard advise students on courses they should take to hclp them prepare for their goal in life.
DARRELL BODE-Social Studies,
Boys and Girls State, Senior Class.
MAY BRADLEY-IBM. SIDNEY
B RY A NT-Counselor. DIANE
B U R N E T T-French and Latin,
Cheerleaders, International Club,
J CL. BILL CASTORENA-
LA ROSA CHAMBERS-Girls
Physical Education, GAA. CAROL
Class. RUTH COBURN-Secretary.
GORDON CRAMER-Social Stu-
dies, Assistant Football Coach, Jr.
Class Council. DONN CURTIS-
BILL DAVIS-English, Tiger Trax.
JO ANN DAVIS-Business Edu-
cation, Rocket. CYNTHIA
FULTON-German, Ski Club, Inter-
national Club. ERNEST GRANT-
Seience and Mathematics, Ham
Radio Club. JONNIE HALEY-
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national Club. HERBERT
Council. EUGENE HAYNES-
Business Education, FBLA. LINDA
Club. JAMES HURLEY-English,
RICHARD JONES-Social Studies.
JERRY KOLLER-Social Studies,
Assistant Football Coach, Junior
Class Council. HOLLY
KRONCKE-English. FAYE LEE-
English, NHS, Literary Club. PAT-
JULIE IVIAYBEE-Business Edu-
cation. JAMES MCDONALD-
Science. HELEN MCFADIN-
English, Reading. MERLE
MILLS-English, FTA. PAT
MARY JO MONTGOMERY-
Assistant Librarian. ANITA
PARDUE-Librarian, Library Club,
Pep Club. CATHERINE PRICE-
ARTHUREE RICKS-French, Eng-
lish, International Club. BARBARA
ROBINSON-Social Studies. LUCY
ROHOVEC-Science, Home Eco-
nomics, Science Club. ERNESTINE
CHARLES SOUTHARD-Art. DR.
Su perintendent, ETHEL
DON THORP-Music, Chorus.
RAYMOND VINCENT-Social Stu-
English. MARY JAC WHITE-
Speeeh, National Forensic Leme.
ANNE WILLIS-Business Edu-
cation, FBLA. PATSY WRIGHT-
YOUNGKAMP-Social Studies In-
PERSONNEL CO RIBUTE TO HS
This year the personnel welcomed some
new members to their staff. Mrs. Louder
performed various secretarial jobs including
typing the morning announcements and
checking absentee admit slips. Activity direc-
tor and Tiger Football coach Erv Mondt was
also a new member of this year's personnel
Working in the IBM office were Mrs.
Smith and Mrs. Bradley. Their job included
the handling of report cards and attendance
cards. They also helped other schools in the
system wi th their attendance records.
Our staff of custodians were always on
the job and never let anything go unrcpaired.
They did everything from changing lights in
classrooms to installing panels in hallways.
Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. Smith keep attendance Mrs. Ruth Cobum answers numerous phone calls in
records in order for students and teachers as well. addition to typing reports and preparing deposits.
IOR REGI TER A D I DEX
ADAMS, DONNA: Class Council 143, 144
AGNEW, JENNIFER: Class Council 143, 144
AIVALOTIS, WANDA: 144
ALEXANDER, BEN: 144
ALLEN, DEBRA: FBLA, 144
ALLEN,JIMMY: Band, 144
AMELUNG, RODGER: Ski Club, A Capella, 127,
ANDERSON, DENNIS: Football, Basketball, 39,
138, 139, 144
ANDERSON, KAREN: 144
ANDERSON, LONNIE: Band, 144
ANDERSON, ROBERT: Band, Orchestra, 144
ARAGON, KATHRYN: Pep Club, 144
ARCHULETA, DANIEL: 144
ARCHULETA, EVANGELI: 144
ARIAS, WILLIAM: Math Club, Ham Radio Club,
Football, Science Club, 32, 87, 144
ARMSTRONG, DEBORAH: Literary Club, 6, 106,
ARTERY, DUANE: Band, All-State Band, Orches-
ATENCIO, EARL: 144
AUBEL, GARY: 144
AUSEN, TIM: Class Council, 143, 144
AVENA, CONRADO: Band
BACA, GLORIA: 144
BAKER, PATRICIA: Literary Club, 76, 77, 144
BARKER, JONELL: 62, 63, 127, 144
BARTLETT, NORMA: 144
BEARCE, MICHAEL: Interact Club, Math Club,
Student Council, Class Council, Thespians, Track,
68, 71, 74, 75, 82, 143, 144
BEARDEMPHL, SCOTT: Interact Club, Math
Club, NHS, 68, 69, 73, 82, 144
BEASLEYMIACKIE: FHA, 144
BECK, WILLIAM: 67, 144
BEISLEY, PAT: FTA
BENCY, MIKE: Rocket Staff
BENDER, ANN: NHS, Orchestra, All-State Orches-
tra, Treble Choir, 78, 126, 144
BENDER, CINDY: Guidance Council, Treble
BESSIRE, CHARLENE: Cheerleader, Guidance
Council, 48, 145
BETTS, ANNE: 26, 145
BEYER, ,lOl-IN: 145
BIELSTEIN, ASTRID: GAA, Literary Club,
Thespians fSec.J, 74, 75, 76, 145, 163
BIER, ROBERT: 145
BIER, WILLIAM: 163
BLOTH, JACKIE: Senior Class Representative,
Girls State fV.P.j, Ski Club fSec.-Treas.j, Student
Council, Class Council, Band, All-State Band, 52,
65, 66, 67, 142, 143, 145,156
BLOUNT, KATHARINE: 145
BONNELL, SUZANNE: FHA, Pep Club, 58, 145
BONNER, KAREN: Senior Class Representative,
Ski Club, NHS, Student Council, Class Council, 52,
64, 75, 78, 143,145
BORG, NORMA JEAN: 145
BOURBOUN, DOUGLAS: 163
BOWMAN, ROBERT: 39, 145
BOYCE, CAROLYN: GAA, 63,145
BRANCH, DEBORAH: 133,145
BRANCH, WILMA JEAN: Treble Choir, Mixed
BRIDGES, GAIL: Girls State fSec.J, NHS fSec.j,
Student Council, Class Council, A Capella Choir
fTreas.j, 52, 66, 67, 78, 127, 143, 145, 152,156
BROSCOFF, DORIS: GAA, NHS, 62, 63, 78,145
BROWN, CURTIS: Band, 145
BROWN, JIM: Ski Club, Math Club fV.P.j, NHS,
Student Council, Class Council, FCA, Football
fCaptainj, 32, 34, 35, 68, 69, 78, 90,96, 143,145
BROWN, REXALYN: 145
BRYANT, CHEERIE: 145
BRYANT, PATSY: Literary Club fSec.j, Treble
Choir, 126, 146
BUIE, GARRY: Band, 146
BURNETT, BELTNDA: GAA qulalq, Literary Club
fV.P., Assit. Ed.J, 62, 63, 76, 146
BURTON, ARRON: Class Council, 7, 143, 146
BURTON, BARON: Football, 32, 139, 146
BUSBY, PATRICIA: 146
CALDWELL, JEANNINE: Treble Choir fLi-
brarianj, 126, 146
CALDERWOOD, ROBERTA: Thespians, Debate
Club, 52, 74, 75, 78, 80, 81, 143,146
CAMPBELL, PHILIP: Ham Radio Club, 146
CASILLAS, MARY LOU: FBLA, FHA, GAA, 54,
61, 63, 146
CASTRO, TONY: 146
CAVE, STEPHANIE: 146
CHAPIN, TERENCE: Library Club, 146
CHAVEZ, EDDIE: l46
CLARKE, TOD: Ski Club, I5
CLAYTON, KENNETH: 146
cLlNKscALEs, BRENDA: 146
CLOWER, GARY: 146
COLEMAN, VONEE: Basketball,26,39,146
COLLINS, BRETT: Football, 32,146
COLLUMS, STEPHEN: 146
COMPTON, CAROL: 146
CONNER, DIANE: 131,146
CONTRERAS, AMY: FTA, International Club,
Class Council, 56, 143, 146
COOKSON, JANICE: Ski Club, 146
COOPER, RUTHIE: Cheerleader, FTA, Girls State,
NHS, Student Council, Class Council, Cadet
Teacher, 48, 52, 56, 57, 66, 78, 143,146,161
COPELAND, BILLY: 146
CORBETT, LYNN: 146
CORNETT, HARVEY: Math Club, Basketball,
Baseball, 39, 68, 146
COUNTZ, HELEN: FBLA, Guidance Council,
COVEY, ROBERT: 146
COYAZO, VINCENT: 146
CRAIG, MIKE: 22, 32, 146
CRAIG, WILLIAM: 146
CRAWFORD, CAROLE. FHA, Ski Club, 60, 147
CRAWFORD, RANDY: 147
CREEK, CAROLYN: Girls State, NHS, 66, 78,
DANLEY, LEONA: FHA fV.P.j, 60, 61, 147
DAUGHERTY, CHRISTINE. 147
DEEGAN, FRANCES: 147
DELGADO, ELIZABETH: Band, 147
DEROY, PATRICIA: 147
DIAZ, CHARLES: 147
DIEHL, GUNTHER: 147
DIERS, CAROL: 147
DIXON, DUANE: 147
DOBBYN, MICHAEL: Interact Club, Math Club
fPres.j, Chess Club, Science Club, 68, 69, 82, 138,
DONAWAY. REGINA: 115
DOYLE. DEBBIE: 147
DUNCAN, NIELINDA: Band fHist.J, 147
DUNN. ROBERT: NHS, Golf, 44,147
DURAN. BONNIE: FBLA, FHA fPa.rliamentarianJ,
54, 61, 136, 147
DURAN, VERNA: FHA, International Club, GAA,
Tiger Trax, 60, 63, 147
DURNEY, RANDY: NHS qvm, Bend, All-State
EDNIONDS, GAIL: FHA fPres.J, 50, 61, 148
ELLIS, ROBERT: International Club, Interact
Club, JCL, Math Club, Class Council. 68, 82, 143.
ELLISON, THEDA: Senior Class Secretary, FTA,
Student Council fSec.J, Class Council, Pep Club
fPres.J, Cadet Teacher, 53, 58, 59,143, 148
ERVEN, VIRGINIA: 148
ESTRADA, PHILLIP: 148
FAILE, MARTY: Ham Radio Club, FCA, Foot-
ball, Baseball, 28, 32, 148
FENN, SHERRY: Rocket Staff, Treble Choir, 126,
FERGUSON, JEAN: 148
FERGUSON, RONALD: Debate Club, Boys State,
JCL, 80, 81, 84, 85,148
FINEFROCK, DEBRA: 133,148
FISH, JOHNNIE: FHA, 60,148
FOGLE. BRIAN: 148
FOLAN, JIM: Band, 148
FORESTER, CAROL: 148
lil?-SSTER, GARY: Ski Club, NHS, 78, 138, 139,
FOSTER, WILLIAM: Band, 148
FOUNTAIN, CHARLES: 148 1
FRAZIER, KENNETH: 148
FRITSCH, DAVID: 148
FRYER, WENDY: FBLA, 54, 148
FULLER, TOMMY: Band, All-State Band, 148
FUQUA, RALPH: Ham Radio Club
FURPHY, PAUL: 148
GADBERRY, WILLIAM: Football, Orchestra, 32,
GALLEGOS, MARY: Pep Club, 58, 149
GALLEGOS, MILO: 149
GALLEGOS, TOMMY: 149
GARCIA, CARMEN: 149
GARCIA, FRED: 86
GARCIA, LEONARD: FBLA, FTA, Math Club,
Student Council, Class Council, Science Club QStu-
dent Council Represcntativej, 56, 68, 143, 149
GARCIA, MARTHA: 149
GARDNER, CAROLYN: 149
GENTRY. KEVIN: Band, 149
GENTRY. PAULA: 26, 176
GILLEN, DANITA: Class Council, 143, 149
GLASGOW, RANDY: 149
GLASS, ROBERT: Ham Radio Club, 87, 149
GODBY, TINA: Class Council, 143,149
GOMEZ, MOLLY: 149 I
GOMEZ, RITA: 149
GONZALES, GILBERT: 149
GONZALES, SANTIAGO: International Club,
GONZALEZ, VICTOR: 149
GORDON, JOHN: Ski Club, Math Club, FCA,
Football, 28, 32, 52, 96, 149
GRAHAM, KENNETH: Football, Baseball
GRAHAM, MINNIE: Pep Club
GRAY, KEITH: Ski Club, FCA, Wrestling, 28, 40,
GRIGGS, RONALD: Boys State, Class Council,
FCA, Golf, 44, 67, 143, 149
GUTIERREZ, MIGUEL: 149
GUTKNECHT, STEVE: Class Council, Student
Council, Boys State, Thespians, Interact Club, 52,
67, 75, 82, 143, 149, 156, 177
HAGER, SHERRITA: 60, 149
HALL, DWIGHT: Ham Radio Club fSec.J, , A
Capella Choir, 87, 127, 150
HALL, LORETTA: Pep Club, 58, 150
HAMMACK, LOUISE: FTA, Cadet Teacher, Band,
HARDWELL, WILBERT: Basketball, 38, 39, 150
HARDYMAN, THOMAS: 150
HARGROVE, CAROLYN: FHA, 60, 61, 150
HARGROVE, MIKE: 150
HARRIS, STEPHANIE: 150
HARRISON, SUSIE: 150
HARWELL, JAYNE: International Club fStudent
Council Rep.J, Girls State, NHS, Class Council,
Band, Orchestra, 52, 66, 72, 78, 150
HENDERSON, CLAY: 150
HENDERSON, KENNETH: 150
HENSLEY, STEVEN: 150
HERRELL, DAIVD: 150
HERRERA, MARY: FTA fV.P.J, Class Council,
Cadet Teacher, 56, 150
HILL, SUSAN: FTA, NHS, Cadet Teacher, Orches-
tra, All-State Orchestra, A Capella Choir, Treble
Choir, 127, 150, 178
HILTON, LARRY: FTA, Cadet Teacher,
Thespians, Band fDrum Majorj, A Capella Choir,
All-State Chorus, 75, 122, 127, 150
HOFFMAN, DON: Interact Club, NHS, Tennis,
Band, All-State Orchestra, 45, 82, 150
HOFFMAN, RICHARD: 150
HOFFMAN, SUSAN: Senior Class Representative,
Girls State, Ski Club, Student Council, Class
Council, Band, 52, 66, 151
HOLDER, GENE: FHA, Guidance Council, Tiger
Trax Staff, 61,104, 151
HOLGUIN, MARIO: Baseball, 151
HOLLAND, CHRIS: 151
HOLLAND, MAv1s1 FTA, Cadet Teacher, Pep
Club q'1'feee.y, 56, 53, 151
HOLLIS, GAYLE EN: 151
HOLLY, JEROME: Class Council, FCA, Basket-
ball, 37, 39, 90,143,151
HOLLY, LINDA: FHA, GAA, Student Colmcil,
Class Council, 52, 61, 63,151
HOMILLER, MICHAEL: Debate Club, 151
HOOKER, JOLYNN: 26, 151
HOPKINS, SUSAN: 26
HORN, CARLA: 151
HOSSELTON, KENT: Ski Club, 138, 139, 151
HOWELL, MIKE: 127, 151
HUDDLESTON, LINDA: 151
HUDMAN, JANET: A Capella Choir, 127, 151
HUMBLE, DENISE: Ski Club, Pep Club, 58, 65,
HURST, CONNIE: Girls State, Guidance Council,
Class Council, 66, 143, 151
IRBY, DENISE: Band, 151
JACKSON, MARK: Band, Mixed Choir, 151
JAMES, RICKI: 151
JAROUSAK, BILLIE: GAA, 151
JENKINS, JOHN ALAN: 151
JENKINS, JOHN S.: Math Club, NHS, Basketball,
Baseball, 39, 68, 78, 151
JENNINGS, JAMES: 151
JOHNSON, REESE: 151
JONDAHL, BREN: 151
JONES, DARLENE: GAA, JCL, NHS, Tiger Trax
Staff, Rocket staff, 63, 73, 74, 73, 84, 105, 151
JONES, ROBERT: 151
JOSSELYN, DAVID: 151
JOYNER, JOY: FHA
JOYNER, SUE: FBLA, 151
JUNE, KIM: 152
KEELIN, JOSEPH: Band, All-State Band, 152
KENNY, JEFF: Ski Club, Ham Radio Club, FCA,
Football, Wrestling, Baseball, 28, 32, 40, 138, 152
KING, GARY: A Capella Choir, 152
KOLBENSCHLAG, CHERRY ANN: Cheerleader,
NHS, Student Council, Guidance Council, 15, 48,
52, 78, 88, 90, 148,152, 156
KRAEMER, JANET: Guidance Council, 152
KUHN, FRIEDERIKE: NHS, Guidance Council,
KYTE, VICKIE: Class Council, Literary Club,
Rocket Staff fEdito1-J, 105, 143,152
LAMPANO, NANCY: Ski Club
LANDERS, JOE: 152
LEBOWITZ, SHARON: GAA fV.P.J, 63, 138,152
LEE, CONNIE: FBLA, Treble Choir, 54, 152
LEE, DON: 152
LEE, JACKSON: FBLA, Library Club, A Capella
Choir, 55, 85, 152
LEE, MILDRED: 126
LEFTWICH, JUDY: Class Council, 152
LESLIE, EARL: Football, FCA, NHS, 22, 28, 32,
34, 35, 78, 152
LIGHT, PATRICIA: Ski Club, 152
LOEWEN, JOHN: 152
LUCERO, RICHARD: 152
LUCERO, SALLY: 152
LUTEYN, EVE: FTA, Cadet Teacher, Guidance
Council, Band, All-State Band, Orchestra, 56, 152
LUX, MARIE: Ski Club, A Capella Choir, 126, 153
MAJOR, DENISE: 153
MALETT, JERRY: 153
MALONE, DOROTHY: 153
MARINELL, BILLY: Track, 153
MARQUARDT, DEBBIE: Senior Class Representa-
tive, FTA, Cadet Teacher, Student Council, Class
Council, 52, 56, 143, 153, 154
MARQUEZ, INEZ: FHA, International Club, 153
MARRUJO, ROBERT: 153
MARTIN, PAUL: Library Club, Tiger Trax Staff,
MARTIN, ROBERT: 153
MATHERS, DONALD: 153
MAYNEZ, ALEJANDRO: 153
MCBRIDE, TREVA: 153
MCCLUNG, KATHY: 153
MCDONALD, DANNY: 153
MCDONALD, NANCY: FTA, Pep Club, 27, 56,
MCDONALD, PENNE: Sky Club, 153
MCKENZIE, JAMES: 127, 153
MCLAUGHLIN, DAVID: 67,153
MCMURRY, GEORGE: 153
MCMURRY, TOM: Boys State, FCA, Football, 28,
67, 153, 156, 176
MCNEAL, WILMA: FTA, Cadet Teacher, GAA,
Class Council, 56, 63, 75, 107, 153,158
MCNEESE, MARY ANN: Senior Class Representa-
tive, Ski Club, 22, 64, 76,153
MEEKS, NANCY: 153,154
MELENDREZ, CLARA: FHA, Pep Club, 153
MELENDREZ, FRANKIE: Football, Wrestling,
MERRITT, ROBERT: 153
MESSAL, TERRY: 149, 153
MESSER, LAURA: 153
MEYER, MARCIA: JCL, NHS, Class COUIICII, Pep
Club, 58, 71, 78, 84, 94, 117, 143, 153
MEYER, MINDY: FHA, Treble Choir, 126, 153
MILLADGE, CHARLES: 139, 153
IVIILLER, CHRISTINA: NHS, 153
MILLER, CINDY: GAA, 63, 75, 154,158
MILLER, LEONARD: A Capella Choir, 127, 154
IVIILLER, SUZANNE: FBLA, GAA, Class Council,
52, 54, 63, 90, 154, 157,158
MILNE, DAVID: 154
MILNE, DENNIS: 154
MIRABAL, BARBARA: 154
IVIIRABAL, IDA: Tiger Trax Staff, 154
IVHSQUEZ, ANGIE: 154
IVIISQUEZ, LUCY: 154
MIYAGASHIMA, MIKE: 154
IVIIYAKI, RONALD: 155
MODISETTE, JANET: Literary Club, 154
MONCADA, FRANK: Football, Wrestling, 154
MOON, MARSHA: 154
MOORE, DOUGLAS: Thespians, Literary Club
fPres.j, Tiger Trax Staff, 75, 76, 154
MOORE, RICHARD: Track, Band fV.P.J, Orches-
tra, All-State Orchestra, 155
MORGAN, BECKY: 155
MORGAN, DOUGLAS: Interact Club, Math Club,
NHS, Tennis, Band, All-State Band, Orchestra, 45,
82, 149, 155.
MORRELL, CANDY: 155
MORRISON, CHERlz Ski Club fPres.J, 155
MOSLEY, BRENDA: 155
MOYER, ROBERT: FCA, Baseball, 22, 47, 155
MUNCE, VALERIE: 128, 155
MURPHY, MICHAEL: Class Council, Chess Club,
FCA, Football, 28, 32, 86, 155
MYERS, DEBRA: FTA, Cadet Teacher, 56
NEWELL, DAVID: Debate Club, Boys State,
Interact Club, NHS, Student Council, 19, 53, 67,
80, 81, 82, 83, 155
NEWELL, ED: Debate Club, Boys State, Interact
Club, NHS, Student Council, 52, 67, 78, 79, 80,
81, 82, 83,155
NEWQUIST, LAVONNE: 155
NICHOLSON, DAVID: International Club, Ski
Club, Science Club, 76
NOLEN, STEVE: 155
NORRIS, ALLEN: Debate Club, Interact Club,
Math Club, Student Council, Thespians, Chess Club
fScc.-Treas. and Student Council Repj, Cross
Country, Tennis, 22, 45, 52, 75, 80, 82, 86
NORRIS, SHIRLEY: Pep Club, Mixed Choir, 58,
NORTEIGA, GEORGE: Debate Club, Literary
NUTTALL, WILLIAM: 155
O'BRIEN, ELIZABETH: FTA, Cadet Teacher,
OGBORN, SUZANNE: Ski Club, 155
OLAZABA, ILDA: 155
ORONA, TONY: 134, 155
ORR, BILLIE: FTA, Literary Club, Cadet Teacher,
ORR, DAVID: Ski Club, Football, 32, 156
ORTEGA, ROBERT: 156
OSBORN, REX: 156
OWEN, GAYLE: FBLA fV.P.J, 54, 156
OWENS, ANNE: JCL, 156, 162
PADOVEN, MARILYN: 156
IIQCPPAS, TOMMY: Football, Wrestling, Track, 32,
PARASICH, ANNA: 156
PARRA, GILBERT: 155
PATTON, PATRICIA: FHA, 156
PENNEY, JARY: 156
PERRY, DEBORAH: FHA, Pep Club, 5B,5O,156
SMILEY, PAULA: 160
PERRY, PRESTON: 156
PERRY, SYLVIA: Gi.rls State, Ski Club, Student
Council, Class Council, Thespians, Band, 52, 66.
PERRYMAN, KATHY: FBLA, 156
PETREE, JEARL: 107, 156
PETTY, JUANITA: FTA, Intemational Club
fV.P.J, Pep Club, Cadet Teacher, Band, All-State
Band, Orchestra, 72, 156
PEYTON, LINDA: 156
PHILLIPS, EMMA: Foreign Exchange Student,
International Club, 93, 156
PHILLIPS, JODY: FBLA, FTA, Thespians, Pep
Club fLine Leaderj, Orchestra, All-State Orchestra,
27, 54, 56, 58, 157
PIEDRA, CHRISTINA: FBLA, FHA, 54, 61, 157
PIEDRA, LOUISA: FBLA, FHA fTreas.J, 54, 61,
PIERCE, BARBARA: 157
PIRTLE, MIKE: 157
PLOWMAN, MARK: A Capella Choir, All-State
Choir, 127, 157
POIST, JOSEPH: Science Club, 157
POTEETE, STEVE: 157
PRATT, CHARLES: 157
QUICK, MARIAN: 157
QUINONES, MAGDALENA: International Club,
Ski Club, Mixed Choir, 127, 157
RAGSDALE, BILLY: Chess Club, Tiger Trax
Staff, Wrestling, Golf, Band, 157
RANKIN, NORMAN: 157
RARDIN, DONNY: FTA, Cadet Teacher, 157
RATLIFF, GLORIA: FTA, NHS, Guidance Coun-
cil, 56, 157
RAY, RANDY: Class Council, Football, Baseball,
32, 34, 47, 143, 157
REDER, FRANZ: 157
REED, BILL: Senior Vice-President, Student
Council, Class Council, Football, Baseball, 32, 143,
REED, BRUCE: 143, 157
REISING, DEBORAH: 158
RENTERIA, MANUEL: Band, 158
RENTSCHLER, RONALD: Interact Club fTreas.J,
Ski Club, Math Club fProgram Chairj, NHS,
Student Council, Class Council, T hespians 1 Student
Council Repj, 52, 68, 69, 74, 75, 82, 143, 158
REYES, JUANITA: 158
REYES, MANUEL: 158
RHEA, MARY: 158
RHODES, KENDELL: International Club, JCL,
Student Council, Science Club, 52, 84, 158
RIEL, MARIAN: Literary Club, 76, 158
ROA, IRENE: FTA, Cadet Teacher, 56,158
ROBERTS, CAROL: 158
RODRIGUEZ, YOLANDA: 158
ROGERS, GAIL: Literary Club, Tiger Trax Editor,
ROLES, CAROLYN: FTA, Cadet Teacher, GAA,
Ski Club, 158
ROLLO, LINDSAY: Foreign Exchange Student,
Interact Club, Student Council, 29, 83
ROMAN, REYNE: Basebau, 46, 47, 158
ROPER, RONNIE: 158
Ross, REYNA1 JCL, Pep Club, 58, 153
ROTTMAN, HOPE: 158
ROWLAND, LEE: Football, 153
RUDY, PATRICIA: Student Council, Class Coun-
cil, Science Club fl"res.j, 52, 70, 71, 143, 158
SALGADO, FRANKIE: 158
SANCHEZ, DOLORES: FBLA fStudent Council
Rep.J, Student Council, Class Council, 52, 66, 106,
SANCHEZ, ISHMAEL: FBLA, Boys State, Math
Club, NHS, Student Council, Science Club, 52, 54,
67, 68, 71 , 78, 158
SANCHEZ, MARGIE: 158
SANCHEZ, RAMONA: FHA, FTA, Tiger Trax and
Rocket Photographer, 105, 159
SANCIIEZ, SELESTINO: 159
SANDERS, RONALD: Interact Club, Library
Club, Math Club, NHS, Cadet Teacher, Band,
All-State Orchestra, 78, 82, 159
SANDOVAL, JOE: 71, 159
SANDOVAL, VICKY: 159
SAULNIER, MARCIA: 96, 159
SQEIJVE, GERALD: Ham Radio Club fPres.j, 87,
SAYGER, RUTH ANN: FHA, Class Council, Tiger
Trax Staff, 51, 61, 159
SAYLOR, MICHAEL: Interact Club, Ski Club,
Math Club, NHS, Student Council, Baseball, 52,
69, 78, 159
SCHOTTER, MICHAEL: 159
SCHULER, CLARENCE: 159
SCOBY, DIANE: NHS, Treble Choir, 78, 126, 159
SECREST, MARSHA: Treble Choir, 126, 159
SEDILLO, FRED: 159
SEDILLO, TONY: 159
SHAFER, JAN: 127
SHAW, CHARLOTTE: Fl-lA, FTA fPres.j, Cadet
Teacher, Pep Club, 56, 57, 159
Sl-IEPPARD, MICHAEL: 159
SHEPPERD, GARY: Band, 159
SHERMAN, DANNY: International Club, Ski
Club, Student Council, Class Council, 52, 143, 159
SIIIPMAN, JACK: Senior Parliamentarian, Boys
State, Interact Club, Student Council, Band, 52,
67, 82, 159
SHORTER, JANICE: FBLA, 54, 159
SILVA, ALBERT: 159
SILVA, LYDIA: FHA, 61, 160
SILVIS, PATTI: Ski Club, 26, 65, 160
SISNEROS, ROBERT: 160
SKEENS, PATRICIA: FBLA, International Club,
CAROLYN: Girls State, Band, 66, 160
SMITH, DANNY: 160
SMITH, DEBORAH: Treble Choir, 126, 160
SMITH, GWENDOLYN: Class Council, Student
Council, Mixed Choir, 52, 127, 143, 160
SMITH, JAMES: 160
LAVONNE: FHA, 61, 160
LOUISE: Pep Club, 160
TOM: Ski Club, Band, 160
SNELL, RICHARD: 160
SNODGRASS, KIM: 160
SPECK, CRAIG: Football, Basketball, Wrestling,
Track, Baseball, 160
STALEY, CHRIS: 160
STANSFIELD, GARY: 160
STEPHENS, NANCY: 160
STEWART,JO NELL: NHS, 160
STONE, BECKY: FHA, JCL, Class Council, Pep
Club, 58, 60, 84, 85, 160
STONE, PHYLLIS: 160
STRODE, SUSAN: Debate Club, FBLA, Girls
State, Girls Nation, NHS fParliamentarianJ, Stu-
dent Council, Guidance Cowicil, Band, All-State
Band, 52, 66, 78, 80, 95, 97, 156, 160
SUCI-UVA, SONGSUK: Foreign Exchange Stu-
dent, 92, 129
SUMRALL, GLENDA: 160
SUMRALL, RHONDA: FTA, Cadet Teacher, NHS,
SUTTON, TOM: Intematioanl Club, Interact Club,
NHS, 78, 82, 117, 160
SWEET, BECKY: 138, 139, 160
SWIFT, DENNIS: FCA fV.P.J, cross emmay
fcapuiny, Track, 5, 28, 42, 138, 139, 160
THORSON, ROD: Literary Club, A Capella Choir,
TAPIA, ABE: Wrestling, 161
TAYLOR, PHILLIP: Thespians, Orchestra, All-
State Orchestra, A Capella Choir, 75, 127, 161
TEASLEY, KENNETH: 161
TELLER, LORRAINE: FBLA, Band, 54
TELLES, GLORIA: 163
TERRELL, WILLIAM: FTA, Cadet Teacher, Class
Council, 143, 161
THOMPSON, NEVA: 161
TINGUELY, ROBERT: 161
TODD, ANN: FTA, Ski Club, Thespians, 161
TOOHEY, TOM: FCA, Football, Wrestling, 28, 40
TOOKE, JOHN: 161
TOON, MICHAEL: 161
TORRES, ANTONIO: 92, 162
TORRES, DAVID: 32, 161
TORRES, EVA: 161
TORRES, JUSTIN: 45, 52, 56, 71
TORRES, LARRY: FBLA, FTA, Cadet Teacher
Student Council, Chess Club, Tennis, Science Club
TORRES, MARTHA: 161
TORREZ, BOBBY: 162
TRYON, PATTI: Band
123, 126, 138, 139, 162
Abbitt, Catherine: 166
Addleman, Janice: 166
Albro, Debra: 166
Allen, Deborah: 166
Alsup, Deborah: 75, 166
Anderson, David: 166
Majorette, Treble Choir,
Anderson, Debbie: 58, 166
Anderson, Elisa: 166
Arias, Richard: 32
Armendariz, Primitiv: 72, 165, 166
Armsfrong, Michael: 166
Artiaga, Henry: 135
Austin, Danon: 166
Avants, Ronald: 166
Avila, Dennis: 32
Barker, David: 85, 127, 166
Barnes, Ray: 166
Barr, John: 166
Bartlett, Jerry: 127, 133, 166
Bartlett, Norma: 166
Batten, Terry: 166
VAIL, BRUCE: Interact Club, JCL, Math Club
fTreas.J, Literary Club, 68, 84, 162
VALLE, ARTHUR: Ski Club, 65, 162
VAN DEREN, BRENDA: Pep Club, 58, 162
VAN FLEET, KATHY: 162
VAN WINKLE, JIMMY: 162
VANDERPOT, PAUL: 162
VIZCAINO, MARY LOU: FBLA fPres. and State
Sec.J, Girls State, NHS, 54, 66, 67, 78, 162
WADE, STELLA: FBLA fRep.J, 54, 162
WADLEY, MARK: Boys State, Class Council, Ham
Radio Club, 67, 143, 162
WAGNER, JIM: Cadet Teacher, 113, 162
WAHL, REX: Chess Club fPres,j, 86, 162
WAHL, ROBERT: 162
WALDON, ROBERT: FTA, Cadet Teacher, Stu-
dent Council, Thespians, Literary Club fCopy
Editorj, Tiger Trax Ass't. Sponsor, Tiger Beat, 28,
56, 75, 76, 162
WALDREP, JUDI: Senior Class Representative,
International Club, Girls State, Student Council
fCorr. Sec.J, Class Council, 53, 66, 72, 90, 111,
WALKER, REGINA: 162
WALLACE, WANDA: FBLA, 54, 162
WALLIN, KENT: Ham Radio Club, 162
WARD, JUDYE: Debate Club, Thespians, Mixed
WATKINS, BEA: Treble Choir fSec.J, 126
WEEKS, JOHN: 162
Beasley, Margaret: 76, 77, 166
Beckman, Charles: 166
Bellows, Ione: 58, 166
Benitez, Sarah: 110, 166
Beyler, Paula: 166
Black, Patty: 127, 166
Blackwell, Harry: 166
Bloom, Nancy: 166
Blount, Robert: 166
Bodwell, Elizabeth: 166
Bolles, Brian: 42, 166
Bormell, George: 166
Bonner, Viki: 116, 166
Borchik, Albert: 28, 32, 34, 35, 40,
Borgeson, Robert: 45, 52, 82, 122,
Borunda, Diana: 166
Bouma, Bobby: 166
Bouten, Gregg: 166
Bowen, Patsy: 166
Box, Earl: 166
WELDON, CHRISTINE: Science Club, 71, 162
WELLS, MIKE: 162
WESKAMP, PEGGY: Band, 162
WEST, JAMES: 163
WHEELER, SUSAN: NHS, Orchestra fPres.j, All-
State Orchestra, 78, 163
WHITE, KAY: Pep Club, 58, 163
WHITNEY, MARY: 163
WILLIAMS, ROBERT: 163
WILLITS, JEAN: FHA fStudent Council Rep.J
Student Council, Tiger Trax Staff, Rocket Staff
52, 53, 60, 61, 104,163
WITTENBURG, JERRI: FHA fSec.j, 60, 163
WOLFE, MARY ELLEN: FBLA, Band, 54, 163
WOOD, HELEN: Band, 163 Q
WOODARD, MELETA: 163
WORLEY, JUDY: FBLA, 54, 163
WRIGHT, Jo ANNE: Rocket Staff, 163
YOUNGBLOOD, DIANE: JCL, 163
ZAGONE, MARY: Thespians, A Capella Choir
ZAMORA, IRMA: 163
ZAMORA, RICKEY: 163
ZAMORA, YOLANDA: Class Council, Pep Club
ZIMMERLE, KLAD: Class Council, 143, 163
Bradley, Rowland: 166
Branch, Linda: 166
Branch, Velma: 127, 166
Brantley, Darrell: 32, 47, 166
Brantley, Gerald: 28, 166
Braswell, John: 4, 166
Bnemner, Georgia: 126, 166
Brown, Demiisc 166
Brown, Marvinell: 58, 63, 166
Brown, Wayne: 166
Brownfield, George: 32, 34
Brusuelas, Carlos: 166
Burton, Judi fBlackj: 7, 166
Butler, Forest: 166
Byers, Charles: 166
Campbell, Fara: 166
Campbell, Vicky: 58, 59, 127, 167
Campino, Nancy: 167
Candelaria, James: 130, 167, 176
Candelaria, Larry: 167
Cantrell, William: 167
Carabajal, Willie: 167
Cardell, Judith: 167
Carl, Alan: 28, 42, 167
Carmiencke, Scott: 167
Cerny, Michael: 167
Chamberlain, Charlt: 167
Ricardo: l 67
Albert D.: 167
Frank: 119, 167, 176
, Renee: 127,167
Chavez, Teddy: 167
Chesanek, Deborah: 167
Chrisman, Steven: 167
Christensen, Jodie: 76, 167, 177
Clapp, Stuart: 167
Clark, Mary: 63, 167
Clifford, Annabel: 126, 167
Clump, Janice: 167
Coates, Sheree: 131, 167
Cocciardi, Mary: 167
Cochran, Rebecca: 167
Cole, Rufus: 32, 167
Coleman, Mary: 165, 167
Colmenero, Salvador: 167
Compton, Wade: 167
Contreras, Eddie: 134, 167
Cookson, Albert: 167
Coonts, Russell: 167
Coyazo, Alvino: 167
Craig, Maggie: 26, 167
Crimmins, Daniel: 167
Crimrnins, Donna: 84, 85, 167
Crow, Lawrence: 167
Crumley, Paula: 167
Cuellar, Phillip: 167
Daley, William: 32, 167
Dalton, Mary Ann: 167
Daniel, James: 109, 167
Daniel, William: 167
Daugherty, Ernest: 167
Davis, Helen: 167
Davis, Rick: 167
Davis, Rose: 167
Decker, Ardith: 167
Deese, Susan: 56, 58, 59, 167
Denton, D Ann: 167
DeRoy, Kathy: 58, 167
Delanoy Spence: 168
Dewey, David: 168
De Wolf, Irah: 135, 168
Dixon, Robert: 168
Dockray, Ralph: 168
Dodd, Dennis: 168
Dodson, Patricia: 168
Donaldson, Ardine: 111, 168
Donalson, Ricky: 45, 168
Douglas, Judy: 58, 63, 168
Douglas, KLu't: 168
Downs, Laura: 168
Drewett, Vivian: 52, 165, 168
Dryden, Tina: 53, 72, 168, 177
Dugan, Diane: 168
Dtmlap, Jeannine: 27, 165, 168
Dunlop, Jane: 52, 62, 91, 110, 117,
165, 167, 168
Duran, David: 168
Duran, Emest: 168
Durham, David: 168
Edwards, Susan: 72, 168
Ellinger, Georgina: 54, 168
Elliott, Patti: 123, 168
Ellis, Charles: 45, 76, 168
Ellis, John: 168
Elston, Bobbie: 71, 168
Erven, Brenda: 168
Evans, David: 28, 42, 168
Farr, Debra: 168
Feldbusch, Dolores: 168
Felton, George: 168
Fenn, Mark: 32, 133, 168
Ferguson, Cheryl: 52, 165, 168
Fish, Donny: 168
Fish, Ronny: 168
Flaugher, Gail: 168
Flores, Adelaide: 168
Foster, Diane: 127, 168
Foster, Paul: 168
Frazier, Charles: 32, 168
Freeman, Herman: 168
Freutel, Michael: 168
Fulmer, Mike: 168
Ftumidge, Barbara: 168
Furphy, Margaret: 60, 127
Gallagher, Patricia: 84, 168
Gallegas, Rosy: 126, 168
Gallegos, George: 168
Gallegos,Joe: 76, 168
Galindo, Maria: 168
Gappa, John: 40, 168
Garcia, Acencio: 168
Garcia, Linda: 168
Garcia, Mary: 58, 169
Gardiner, Sabra: 85, 169
Gardner, Kevin: 127, 169
Givens, George: 28, 42, 117, 169
Gomez, Michael: 169
Gonzales, Ana Maria: 127, 138
Gonzales, Antoinette: 169
Gonzales, Dianna: 169
Gonzalez, Cynthia: 169
Good, Sally: 169
Goodwin, Marylin: 169
Gorham, Chris: 169
Goslin, Derlene: 85
Graham, Glen: 169, 176
Gray, Donald: 169
Grazier, James: 169
Gregg, Cassandra: 61, 169
Gregoire, Jeanine: 74, 75, 78
Griffin, Rebecca: 169
Grummert, Robert: 169
Guthrie, Buddy: 28, 32, 169
Gutierrez, Andres: 169
Gutierrez, Irene: 169
Gutierrez, Salvador: 169
Gutierrez, Sammy: 169
Gutierrez, Teresa: 169
Haffeman, Mark: 169
Hale, Barry: 169
Hall, Dwight: 127, 169
Hall, Jeannine: 56, 58, 169
Hamilton, Marilyn: 169
Hammond, Ann: 48, 56, 72, 169
Hammond, Sandra: 169
Harbaugh, James: 169
Harrington, Wendell: 169
Harshey, Lou Ann: 169
Harvey, Linda: 169
Harwell, Jess: 169
Hasenbuhler, Patrick: 169
Hatcher, Wayne: 28, 32, 40, 169
Hays, Danny: 11, 28, 32, 40, 169
Henderson, Vicki: 169
Hendricks, Debra: 169
Hendrickson, Christine: 84, 169
Henry,John: 32, 40, 169
Henry, Patrick: 128
Hernandez, Patty: 63, 169
Herrera, Manuel: 36, 39, 169, 176
Herrin, Peggy: 85, 169
Hiles, Donald: 169
Hill, Barbara: 138, 169
Hill, Robert: 84, 85, 111, 169
Hobart, Debra: 52, 58, 169
Hobart, Donna: 52, 58, 72, 169
Holguin, Robert 169
Holland, Amold: 169
Holland, Naomi: 127, 169
Hollinsworth, Diana: 170
Holloway, Marsha: 58, 63, 170
Hooker, Phyllis: 56, 60, 170
Hoppes, Paula: 170
Hoppes, Glenda: 84, 170
Houston, Steve: 170
Howard, Linda: 51, 126, 170
Howes, Dean: 28, 40, 170
Huddleston, Randall: 71, 86, 170
Hudrnan, Milton: 170
Hudson, Jennifer: 58, 71, 170
Hunter, Kimberley: 68, 75, 80, 81,
Irvine, Patty: 58, 170
Jackson, Sam: 170
James, Charles: 87, 170
Jenkins, Vicki: 60, 170
Jimenez, Gloria: 170
Johansen, Steven: 70, 71, 86, 87, 170
Johnson, Cheryl: 170
Johnson, Henry: 170
Johnson., Penny: 170
Jones, Barbara: 165, 170
Jones, Emma: 165
Jones, Glynn: 170
Julian, Mike: 127, 170
Keller, Edna: 25, 52, 165, 170
Kellum, Jimmy: 71, 170
Kelly, Grant: 170
Kessler, Donna: 126, 110, 170
Kidd, Robert: 170
Kiefer, Rebecca: 110, 127, 170
King, Patrick: 134, 170
King, Roy: 32, 40, 165, 170
Kirk, Zoe: 170
Kissiah, Gary: 45, 87, 170
Klobassa, Charles: 170
Klump, James: 39, 170
Kohlrust, Raymond: 170
Kolhenschlag, Michael: 28, 40, 52,
Komenda, Chris: 170
Kondo, Steven: 170
Kranzlein, Karen: 60
Kuhn, Danny: 170
Ladd, Denise: 117, 170
Lamb, Charolette: 170
La Mon, Tom: 170
Landers, Carl: 170
Lang, Andrea: 72, 73, 74, 75, 170
Larsh, John: 165, 170
Larson, Nancy: 75
Latawiec, Jeffrey: 170
Law, Re Nae: 170
Lawless, Stephen: 170
Leary, Nathan: 135, 170
Lee, Larry: 169, 170
Leighty, Laura: 126
Lepley, Joanne: 52, 165, 171
Kathleen: 108, 116, 171
Lilley, Marsha: 60, 171
Link, Mariko: 171
Lobato, Larry: 171
Lomas, Julene: 171
Lopez, Nancy: 165, 171
Lopez, Peter: 171
Lopez, Sam: 171
Lundie, Sheila: 171
Lunsford, Janet: 52, 171,
Lusk, Neva: 63, 108, 116, 171
Malett, Steven: 171
Malone,Joe: 165, 171
Malone, Patricia: 58
Malone, Steve: 171
Mankin, Dale: 171
Marlow, John: 45, 68, 70, 71, 171
Marshall, Katherine: 171
Martell, Marilyn: 56, 71, 171
Martinez, Armando: 171
Martinez, Augustine: 171
Martinez, Betty: 171
Mathis, Linda: 171
Maupin, Donna: 171
Mayton, Bill: 119, 171
McCamy, Charles: 171
McCandless, Debra: 110, 171
McCausland, Margaret: 72, 84, 171
McClellan, Amy: 76, 171
McCloud, Linda: 171
McCoy, Patrick: 171
McCune, Gloria: l71
McDougal, William Dean: 171
McFarland, Deva: 126, 133, 171
McGill, Robert: 171
McKenney, Edward: 171
McKinster, Paul: 171
McLean, Starla: 126
McMurry, Ted: 32, 35, 171
McRee, Susan: 171
McSwane, james: 171
Meeks, Leonard: 171
Melton, Pamela: 52, 165, 171
Messcr, Roy: 171
Messerli, Charles: 171
Mettlen, Timothy: 171
Meyer, Scott: 171
Miles, Jeffrey: 171
Milladge, Tommy: 26, 91, 164, 165,
Miller, Kathy: 172
Miller, Sandra: 172
Miller, Tonya: 172
Milne, Catherine: 127, 172
Mirabal, Gloria: 172
lVlitchell, Don: 127, 172
Mitchell, Ronald: 172
Miyagishima, James: 45
Moncada, Betty: 172
Montes, Michael: 172
Montoya, Elizabeth: l72
Montoya, Patricia: 172
Moore, Janice: 70, 71, 172
Moots, Stewart: 172
Morales, Donnavie: 172
Morgan, David: 172
Morris, John: 32, 172
Morrison, Alice: 56, 58, 172
Moses, Linda: 56, 72, 172
Mott, Dennis: 172
Mourning, Anne: 172
Moya, Benjamin: 134, 172
Moya, Michael: 172
Mueller, Richard: 172
Munsey, Linda: 123, 172
Myers, john: 172
Myers, Pamela: 172
Myles, Yvonne: 127
Najar, Pete: 172
Needham, Lori: 126, 172
Nelson, Deborah: 172
Nelson, Forrest: 172
Nelson, Kent: 172
Nelson, Sharyl: 172
Noriega, Betty: 172
Noriega, Estella: 172
Noriega, Mary: 172
Nugent, Sean: 28, 32, 172
Nurmery, Robert: 172
Ohlinger, Linda: 56, 172
Olazaba, Olga: 172
Oliver, Faye: 126, 172
O,reilly, Martha: 56, 72, l72
Orona, Frank: 172
Ortega, Teresa: 63, 165, 172
Owen, Retha: 172
Pack, Casey: 119, 172
Padilla, jerry: 172
Painter, Sharlyn: 172
Palm, Elsie: 172
Parsley, Travis: 71, 75, 172
Pattison, Kathryn: 72, 127, 172
Peebles, David: 172
Pelp, Sharon: 173
Penney, Joan: 173
Perez, Alma: 127, 165, 173
Perry, Cynthia: 173
Perryman, Donald: 173
Peterson, Margaret: 58, 74, 75, 173
Phillips, William: 173
Pino, Alfonso: 32, 173, 176
Pirtle, Sandra: 60, 61
Plante, Warren: 173
Poteete, David: 173
Potolicchio, Kenneth: 173
Powell, Bill: 173
Pricc,John: 107, 173
Prier, Danny: 134, 173
Proctor, Virginia: 173
Racoosin, Elizabeth: 173
Rambo, Betsy: 127, I73
Ramirez, joe: 173
Ramsey, Malcolm: 68, 173
Ray, Michael: 173
Raymond, Ronnie: 173
Reed, Georgia: 173
Rhodes, Terri: 173
Riensche, Mark: 173
Riker, Clare: 52, 56, 84, 173
Rivers, Karola: 173
Robertson, Sharon: 127, I73
Robson, David: 28, 173
Rodriguez, Ricardo: 173
Rogers, William: 76, 173
Romero, Dorothy: 173
Romero, Dorothy V.: 61
Romo, Rosemary: ,I73
Ross, Larry: 173
Salas, Arthur: 32, 119, 173
Salas, Freddy: 45
Salgado, Charlie: 173
San Miguel, Marlene: 173
Sanchez, Christina: 173
Sanchez, Gloria: 54, 173
Sanchez, Martha: 173
Sanchez, Rose: 56
Sanders, Becky: 173
Sanders, David: 173
Sanders, George: 118, 173
Sanders, Richard: 173
Sanders, Shirley: 126, 173
Sanderson, Susan: 173
Schiefer, Teresa: 110, 173
Schlensig, Betty: 173
Schoenbaum, Stan: 173
Sdioenmeyer, Jayne: 173
Schuh, Edward: 176
Scott, Billie: 127, 174
Sedillo, Georgie: 174
Seller, Trudelle: 165, 174
Serna, Sadie: 174
Sharkey, Steven: 174
Shaw, Peggy: 174
Sheffer, Steve: 174
Shepperd, Debra: 174
Shyne, Tina: 8, 48, 174
Sida, Irene: 25, 174
Siddens, Karin: 174
Silva, Carmen: 174
Silva, Evelyn: 60, 61, 126, 165, 174
Silva, Lloyd: 174
Simon, Elizabeth: 58,174
Simon, Horace: 28, 32, 174
Simon, Linda: 174
Simpson, john: 174
Sims, Pamela: 174
Skillin, Melissa: 174
Sluyter, William: 174
Smiley, Laura Faye: 174
Smith, Betty: 174
Smith, Blaen: 174
Smith, Charles: 174
Smith, Dorothy: 127, 174
Smith, Edyth: 174
Smith, jan: 80, 81, 174
Smith, Kenneth: 174
Smith, Shelby: 124, 127, 174
,Sherri ea, 174
Soistman, Wilmer: 174
Spence, John: 46, 47, 174
Stacy, Mary Elizabeth: 58, 174
Stafford, Dale: 174
Steel, Pat: 174
Stevens, Betty: 174
Stevens, Sandye: 48, 52, 91, 164,
Stewart, Lynda: 85, 174
Stewart, Timmic: 174
Stolle, Michael: 174
St. Ongc, Raymond: 174
Stone, Beth: 174
Slough, Lyman: 37, 38, 39, 174
Stringer, Gary: 104, 174
Stroshine, Christiane: 174-
Subia, llilda: 174
Sullivan, lon: 127, 174
Sweet, Ralph: 174
Swinford, Susan: 174
Tannieh, Rose: 56
Taylor, Diane: 138, 139, 165, 174
Taylor, Karen: 174
Taylor, Martha: 174
Telles, Charles: 174
Tenney, Lila: 174
Thames, Stephanie: 174
Thomas, Larry: 174
Thomas, Molly: 174
Tillotson, Kirby: 42, 174
Tinguely, Teresa: 174
Toon, Donna: 174
Torres, Abel: 174
Torres, Charlotte: 174
Traff, Tom: 174
Trimm, Vicki: 174
Tritthart, William: 174
Trujillo, Dolores: 126, 174
Tucker, Donald: 174
Turner, Brenda: 174
Turri, Michael: 174
Uhring, Lynne: 174
Ulrich, Steve: 39, 174
Valle, Theresa: 174
Van Dam, lon: 174
Van Dam, Patty: 91
Van lessen, Lynn: 174
Van Winkle, jimmy: 174
Vickrey, Madeline: 127, 174
Villarreal, Diane: 174
Wadyko,,Iames: 131, 174
Wagner, Marion: 174
Wahl, Wendell: 86, 174
Walker, Lawrence: 174
Walker, Steve: 174
Wallace, Billy: 174
Walters, Michael: 174
Watkins, Kay: 48, 175
Weaver, Charles: 32, 107, 175
Webb, Paul: 175
Weber, Bonnie: 123, 175
Weber, Bruce: 72, 175
Wells, Cynthia: 175 T
Weskamp, Paul: 32, 175
West, james B.: 175
White, james: 175
Whiteside, Donald S.: 175
Whitfield, Deborah: 175
Wilkinson, Joe: 44, 175
Williams, Kemiy: 175
Williamson, Richard: 28, 32, 91 175
Wilson, Ricky: 175
Wood, Chester: 175
Woods, Charles: 175
Woods, Marcia: 107, 175
Woods, Patti: 84, 175
Wooldrige, Linda: 175
Wright, Eric: 175
Yarkosky, Karen: 175
Yee,James: 40, 41,175
Zagone, Michael: 175
Zehr, ,Io Ann: 175
Zufell, Patricia: 175
Zurawski, Dwight: 32, 119, 17
Aldridge, Bill: 44
Arciniega, Charles: 33, 114
Arias, W. A., Jr,: 178
Austin. Fred: 182
Bender, Kenneth: 82, 125
Bobalko, Irma: 75
Bode, Darrell: 114,14-3, 180
Bradley, May: 180, 182
Bryant, Sid: 180
Burnett, Diane: 49, 84, 180
Carro1l, Stephen: 130
Castorena, Bill: 179, 180
Chambers, La Rosa: 180
Clippard, Carol: 143, 180
Coburn, Ruth: 180, 182
Columbus, Dan: 42
Cramer, Gordon: 33, 165, 180
Curtis, Donn: 108, 180
Davis, Bill: 104, 180
Davishlo Ann: 180
Dilsorth, Donald: 182
Dunn, William: 178
Fulton, Cynthia: 180
Gilliland, Zeke: 182
Grant, Emest: 87, 119, 180
Haley, jonnje: 180
CULTY, A MINISTRATIO
D PERSONNEL I DEX
Hall, George: 181
Hammond, Herbert: 52, 53, 181
Hargraves, Virginia: 182
Haynes, Eugene: 54, 55, 181
Heasley, Linda: 23, 68, 69, 181
Hein, Peggy: 60, 61
Hernandez, Elfido: 182
Holly, Theodore: 178
Hurley, james: 56, 181
Johnson, Rubin: 182
Jones, Richard: 45, 115, 181
Koller, Jerry: 33, 45, 165, 181
Kroncke, Holly: 181
Lee, Faye: 76, 78, 106,181
Louder, Patsy: 181, 183
Markham, Glen: 37
Maybee, julie: 181
McDonald, james: 181
1V1cFadin, Helen: 181
McKinley, E. D.: 178
M.ills, Merle: 181
Mills, Pat: 181, 183
Montgomery, Mary Jo: 85, 181
Mondt, Ervin: 33, 181, 183
Newell, Anita: 181
Newell, Dave: 179, 181
Pardue, Sherry: 59, 85, 181
Peterson, Lee L.: 178
Price, Catherine: 181
Rhodes, Loren: 82
Ricks, Arthuree: 181
Rodriguez, Cristobal: 182
Robinson, Barbara: 181
Rohovee, Lucy: 181
Sepulveda, Robert: 33
Smith, Emestine: 181, 182
Southard, Charles: 128, 181
Stovall, Dr. Travis: 178
Strode, Ethel: 181
Telles, Louis: 182
Thorp, Don: 82, 125, 181
Valenzuela, Pete: 182
Vander Molen, Dave: 33,41,113,165
Van Winkle, Harold: 82, 122
Vincent, Ray: 181
Westphal, Christian: 181
White, Mary Jac: 181
Willis, Anne: 181
Wright, Patsy: 181
Youngkamp, joseph: 82, 181
The setting sun shows a lonely man,
The last left before the final
Act in a life long drama.
His image is blurred.
As the sun falls,
It is one moment a glowing golden orb
Shining and flashing and rollingg
A mosaic of
Time and experiences that are
Etched in a filgree of brown channels
On it's golden face,
Then it falls.
A crystaline star bursts into sight
And gives birth to another and another.
At last the gentle moon appears
And the man's face is
No longer distinguishable.
He becomes a shadow
In the mirror of life.
ACK LEDGEME TS
Mrs. JoAnn Davis .... ....... S ponsor
Vickie Kyte ...... ........... E ditor
Ramona Sanchez Photographer
Mike Bency ..,. .......... S taff
Sherry Fenn ..... ........ S taff
Darlene ,I ones .... .... S taff
Anne Moming .... .... S taff
Jean Willets ..... .... S taff
Jeff Willets ...... .... S taff
JoAnne Wright .... .... S taff
The 1970 yearbook staff would like to
thank all of the people who were generous
with their time and effort and helped make
the ,70 Rocket. The following people were a
special help and should be thanked individu-
ally: Ted Gaskins of GSZC Photography,
Marian lVlatthews and Stan Green of the
Alamogordo Daily News, Mr. Eugene
Haynes, Mr. I ack Glasco, Mr. James Kyte,
and all the people who belong to AHS.
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