Albuquerque High School - La Reata Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)

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V' .4 . . I. . - , - " Q- . -- ..',1, -, , -4 r-.',,:., -- '. ,.- .- -,' :- ' .. . , I ' . "4...'--.V . -,, .r, . ,- ., f, v - . 4 '- fu ' '-.,Q' '--, v Y-"M A uf, - . V V,-y., ' U, D . H: 1. ,. fs ,., " . ug- -' , -' - ', gf., . ' ' ' ' . , '.. Y - - ,l- , ' Q 4 . I - N ' 1- ' 1 , - ' - - -, . . ' u. .A ,. "W 1' 4 '-ug' . - ,L Tf,,' ' ,a '- ' vp 5 ' - . .g,f.-.u--5 .,f- v.,, ., 5 .I -. Y -... -.... 9 L, I ,I H. . - .: ' 5 W -'rl as q fi yy v5?j,2ygS?,v v 53 ywxgwgy "L Q ESQ' ., ,nf if W f f N f nm UMM v nir1ejreenk'wuncJrecJamc:lH'-irl . L1 yi W QSM 6 . Qgffxff KLA NMFA nine een lwunclrxecl owl llwirl ei The Annual Publication of Albuquerque High School Albuquerque, New Mexico Main Build' ,M 'QQQHRN , ...L v tw g'. Manual Arts Building A A SCHOOL LIFE EDITIQN A A u VOLUME THIRTY . Editor-in-Chief - james Miles ' ' Associate Editor - - Steve Koch . . Adviser - - Miss Florence Olson ' 5, T fifiif 335 . rin e at the Albuquerque High School Press ZC-mibzi-40 ZO--'-13221-lu:-Z--ZGHP 'Tl . . . Fearing that time will blur Olll' O memories and knowing that the R future will separate this class, we E have edited this annual with the intent that it serve both as a me- W dian for pleasure now and as a re- O minder of our school life in the R years to come. D As our powers of presentation are limited by time and space, the individual will find it necessary to supplement this book with his own memory. Broadway, Looking North sf- .A t "1 K- ss sf- j - f F3 , 1 X i1i2RsiFS2, A ' -1- 3 T' Fl ... n. 'T O n. I nv '1 2. : va 3 o :s ZO'-"-IIPO'-'Ul'1'1U . . . We, of the 1938 La Reata staff, dedicate this annual to Mr. Eldred Harrington because he is so interested in the school, its teach- ers, and its students . . . because his classes are always genuinely at- tractive . . . because his advice is so sound . . . because his friendship is to be cherished . . . because his humor is so amusing . . . and be- cause he is a graduate of Albu- querque High School. . . . Through a very few years Al- buquerque High has grown from one building which was the county school to a modern, complete unit of four buildings, a staclium, a practice field, and innumerable other facilities. The first building was that one which now houses the central office. Strangely enough, these to new buildings do not pro- vide for the future: they only take care of the overflow of the other two. TCO FOOIOUD 'Fl 5' o C3 '4 5 3 o o -1 '9CONTENTS . . . I Olraculty . . . O 'Seniors . . I Qjuniors . . . O Qsophomores . O 'Activities . . O lFeatures . . O lAthletics . . "ln Memoriam . . . Q lCus Eaves Sophomore, 1938 dxf W QM A af' K, Qi A JJ if WW fl! fm M W "FACULTY . . . ln the teachers this school has one of its most valuable assets. Intelligent, fair, modern, active, and efficient, they have mare names for themselves, their de- partments, and their students. With the addition of new facili- ties, they will lift the school to higher levels. ' 'I ll 1 h 1 :I 1 J ' ' t H "U ' .4 . 1 I 0 1. - "- - . . I .- -1 0 ' . . . I I II J .I GIIIII I . I .III I1 1 III P v ' . ' ' ' '- . ' ' " ' 1 . . - "-11' -.0 ' v ' - - -1 . ' ,.I , -I- .. ',. I, -- . , .. 0 I I - I I . 1 I II II 1 I .I . I,1I ,I .-. . . . ' ' , 1 ' 1- x 1' 1-1" fr ' .' ' 7 ' ' I . I - . -I I I.. I . . I I. I 1 . 1 y 0 1 - ' I. I. I I -1 - 'f ' I x 1- ' I . 1 ' ' . .I , '. ,,I . - . 1 f . - 1I I .v 1 1-'i'- 1 -' " .sf '-" H ' "-an ., , 1 1' ' ' ' g . 1 Y I 'I . ' I' I 1 I I '1 , I I v 1 ' 5' ' ,' '- .1 1 - ". ' . ' . 1 1 4 -'4 ' .' ' ' . ' ' 4 ," ' "- ' ' J- -I- '- ""-1-'. 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'. -,' .. ' ' .fk 4 4. .Y . 4 .1 ' , , ,4 ., 4 . 4. 4 -4444 . .4- 4 4 4 4. . 4 4 4 -, 4 - , . .. . V . .r.x . ' 4' n , .,,,- . 4.. . - 4 ..4-4 ,.. ' A .' . ,'- n u - - 9 .u 4 . 1 , . . ' -'N 4 N .. .. 1 il 4 .u . 4., 4 4 ... ' H" 44,, . 4 .. . 4 s - 1 ' 0 ' 5 K . H s . . - '- - I " 1 4 44 4.4, s . I ' Q ' H I5 . , . A14 , ' n . - U ' l 4. L. n x 4. ' 1 r' 4 .. . 44 61 I . 4... s,. ,4.. .. .o 'Q ' ' Mr. john Milne B. A., M. A. Superintendent, Albuquerque Schools. Mr. Glen O. Ream B. A., M. A. Principal, Albuquerque High School. Miss Mary Cole Dixon B. A., M. A. Assistant Principal, Albuquerque High School. History. Faculty, '38 ELEVEN W .. .,,-,.. -..X TWELVE HENDRICKS, MADALENE B.A., M.A., Latin GODDARD, SARA B.A., M.A., French, Southwest History MONTOYA, KITTY B.A., M.A., Spanish AYALA, ANITA B.A., M.A., Spanish CCQSTALES, DIONISIO B.A., M.A., Spanish BECKETT, LOIS B.A., M.A., Spanish NORRIS, KATHERINE B.A., M.A., Spanish SHEPARIJ, KATHERINE B.A., M.A., U. S. History TATE, N. G. M.A., Modern History RENFRO, CHARLES B.A., Modern History, Boys' Adviser KELEHER, KATHERINE B.A., M.A., U. S. History, Modern History CRISTY, E. J. B.A., M.A., Social Scivnce , SPECKMAN, CLARA M. B.A., M.A., U. S. History BARELA, FRED B.A., M.A., Spanish RUNCORN, E. H. B.A., M.A., Ancient and Moda-rn History Faculty, '38 PHILLIPS, BARBARA E. B.A., M.A., English OLSON, FLORENCE B.A., M.A., English WELLS, LOUISE B.A., M.A., English McGOWAN. GI-:RTRUD1-2 B.A., M.A., English WILLIAMS, A. B. B.A., English HICKMAN, FLORENCE B.A., M.A., English DENNIS, ROSE JEANNE B.A., English CRUTCHER, ALICE B.S., English STRAND, LYDIA B.A., English TRUESDELL, CHARLOTTI' B.A., M.S., Mathematics JOHNSON, MONETA B.A., M.A., Mathematics ANDERMAN, ELEANOR B.A., M.A., Mathematics CHILDRE, MADGE B.A., M.A., Mathematics B441 M114-1114 6- 0- . Faculty, 9M ff- 'M un0"""""W' FOURTEEN HARRINGTON, ELDRED B..S., M.S., Science COOK, SARA LOUISE B.S,, M.A., Science COFFEY, L. C. B.A., M.A., Chemistry KIEKE, LILIAN M. B.A., Commercial COULTER, DOROTHY B.A., Bookkeeping, Typewritinlg MARSH, JEAN B.A., Commercial DEEN, WILMA B.A., Typewriting McKNIGHT, FLORENCE B.A., Commercial DOUGLAS, MARIAN B.S., M.S., Clothing, Interior Decoration GOETZ, HELEN B.S., Foods, Child Care, Home Management SCHULTE, MABLE B.A., Librarian ALLEN, CORA W. Assistant Librarian NYLANDER, J. H. B.A., M.A., Study Faculty, '38 WILSON, F. M. B. A., Boys' Phys. Ed. JENSON, MARIE B.S., Girls' Phys. Ed. HORNBAKER, WAYNE B.S., Art. E McMANUS, VIRGINIA B.A., Music and Chorus HOLCOMB, J. H. Printing GOODVVILL, A. P. B.S., Auto Mechanics HITCHENS, LESTER B.S., Metal Work REYNOLDS, J. F. B.A., Vocational Math, Auto Mechanics and Drawing PEARCE, A. L. B.S., Woodwork and Handicraft BEUMER, R. O. B.S., Aigriculturc MIZE, HENRIETTA Secretary DONNELL, GRACE Attcndancc Sccrctary CONLEE. R. II. B.A., M.A., Scicncc and Mathematics CRAMER, CARL L. X , B.A., Band and Orclwstra IJAVIES, WILLIAM B.A., Sciencc JONES, VERNA B.A., English MAXWELL, MARTHA B.A., English Faculty, '38 FIFTEEN PIERCE, JANE Office Girl SHE LTON, ALLE WELLYN Home Economics SIMPSON, JACK, B.A., M.A.,,,1Eng'lisli SPENCER, JESSIE1 B.A., M.A.,.Scicpgc . . SPENCER, 'MAUDEK B.A., Scicnce itil 2 Q' Q5-SSL 05 "SENIORS . . . Of the many thing she has to be proud of, auch as buildings and trophies, the one thing Allan- querque High School hu to show as the reason for existing is the Senior Clan, which panes in review in the following pages. x nQx'I .li vs I s l I 1 v -4 slif . .. II, 59 1 ,-. .Qs JP +- 1 s r . w "1 1. uf ... , uf f3rI II X -N . ,L 49 .I . I. ' -' ' - I- ,IQ I,II J V K - 1- ?"" . "-' ' 'U o 'A 'J- 'f' 'n' ' - , I- - , -...,'xI- , -, x T' '-'Q' 'I' "if .' ' ' " E - 'V : - . -I I- - I- I- II-. ..,Ig' . 15- -- ' -,yy 1 . .' -.II .. II--. . I I ..I.. II A I ,.I.1 I .III .I I , I I :I II. IIII. 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I ,. - . ,I .nk - .4 . .F .tI- .,. - J- AI- A x ,II. -' -. ,- ' . X , 4-44 f - 4 - . I , .y.'-, I. .- - 'I .- V.. 4' .1 1 . II -- .- -' I ,- in -' 4.1 ., isA,"',,. IL ..-'Q I ag.. 52- wr' v Ifx'UI I,fIg - Ig.".' 1 , X L ,Q in ws. radii 1 mol.. . i x , 'nz- IU4 is 0 0 0 Identification- . . . Left to right. Some physics students. demonstrate 21 few experiments at Coronado School .... What our school looked like after our one, and only, snow .... Xmas trees gathered hy Eileen Wallis .... Marksmzinship .... A senior memorial of yesterday .... Can this be our woman-hater president? . . . . The Archaeology Society's museum . . .. Mr. Ream ut the football banquet. . . SEVENTEEN 'u Q- I I 1 l l l J . . '4 f-. , . agsagfiv " 'MLN-4. EIGHTEEN 'SENIOR OFFICERS Clark Hanna, President Honor Society 25 Football 2, 33 Track Manager 3, 4, A Club Sec- retary-Treasurer 4, La Reata 4. Steve Koch, Vice-President Band 2, 3, 43 La Reata 3, 43 Hi-Y 4, Ski Club 3, 4. Florence Bradbury, Secretary- Treasurer Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3. ' Senior Committees Memorial Committee Ruth Kinney, Ernest Eklund, Bob Stamm, Ray Tanner, Velma Jones Class Day Committee Jean Cummings, Jack 0'Grady, Eileen Wallis, Joe Jaramillo, Vir- ginia Shirley, Steve Koch. Color Committee Dorothy Ann Jones, Betty Ruth Allen, Josie Baca, Betty Sue York. Announcement Committee Willa Mae Boone, James Miles, Donald Downey, Faye Blend, Net- tie Lucero. Marian Smith. Seniors, '38 JENNIE ABEYTA G. A. A. 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 El Conquistador 2, 3, 4. DARWIN ADCOX JESSIE EVELYN AKINS BEULAH MARIE ALBERTSON G. A. A. 23 Tumblers Club 2. FORREST ALDERMAN Band 2, 33 Track 3. . NORMA ALESHIRE ' O. G. A. Certificate 33 C. T. 43 " G. A. A. 2. BETTY RUTH ALLEN La Reata Staff 3, 43 O. G. A. Hon- orable Mention 33 Pepper Club 3, 43 Treasurer of Current Literature Club 4. A V Q WALLACE ALLEN Band 2, 43 Orchestra 23 Debate Clu-b 43 Ski Club 43 Rifle Club 4. GEORGE ALMES Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Debate Club 43 Rifle Club 4. TILLIE AN AYA MARGY ARANDA Spanish Club 33 O. G. A. 33 El Con- quistador 4. TONY ARCHULETA FLORENCE ARRIGHETTI ' G. A. A. 2g Soccer Team 23 Pepper Club 230. G. A. 3. ' RAYMOND ASHLEY Rifle Club 33 Football 4. SANTA CRUZ ATENCIO Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Correspondence Club 43 Stamp Club 4. JOHN BABICH Senior Play 4.4 ELOY BACA A V Basketball 2, Track 33 Football 3, 4. FLORENCIO BACA ' . . . A marker on a building symbolic of our progress. Seniors, '33 NINETEEN "-'X' iran... .en n,,,.,,, , ,ft A ' RAYMOND BACA Trial 'by Jury 3, Christmas Cantata 3, H. M. S. Pinafore 3, Cantata 4. RAYMOND BALDONADO Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, A Club 3, 4, Track 4. TONY BARBOA TERESITA BARELA Spanish Club 2. ALICE BASHOR Operetta 2, 3, 4, Acapelle Choir 3, 4, Record Staff 3, Cantata 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2. RUTH BEBBER President of Girls' League 4, Gold A, Band 2, 3, 4, Archeology Club Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, O. A. T. 3. PAT BEIRNE Orchestra 2, 3. ELAINE BOARDMAN Cantata 4, Girl's Rifle Club 4. BUD BOEHNING Yucca Staff 3, 4, Ride Club 3, 4, President 4, Basketball Manager 3, Football 4, A Club 3, 4. WILLA MAE BOONE Gold A, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, La Reata 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4, C. T. 4. MARCELLE BOTTORFF G. R. 2, G. A. A. 4, Pepper Club 4, Speedball second team 4. HERBERT BOWDICH THERON BOWEN FRANCES BRADBURY Vice President of Class 2, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3. LILLIE BELLE BRADFORD Tumblers' Club 4, G. A. A. 4, G. R. 4, Honor Society 4, Record 4. BOB BRASHEAR President of Class 2, Junior Play 3, Cantata 4, Senior Play 4, Cheer Leader 4. HERBERT BRIGGS Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4. ARNO BUECHE Shif'less Skonk 2, Football 2, 3, 4, A Club 3, 4. . . . Looking north from Broadway: the end of the Main Building and the front of Che Administration building. Seniors, '38 TWENTY RUTH BUECHE G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Tumblers 2, 3, 45 G. R. 2, 3, 45 Rifle Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2. PEGGY BURKS Operetta 25 Class Play 3, 45 Can- tata 25 Pepper Club 3, 45 C. E. C. Club 2. MARY ANNA BUSHNELL 0. G. A. 35 G. A. A. 4. MARY SUE BYNON Acapella Choir 35 Operetta 2, 45 Cantata 2, 35 Pepper Club 3, 4. ANN CABEEN Pied Piper 25 La Reata 35 Cor- respondence Club 2. DOROTHEA CALDWELL Operetta 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 3, 4. TROY CALLAWAY LILLIAN CARMICHAEL Operetta 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 3, 4. BEVERLY CARRICK Chorus 25 Yucca 45 Current Litera- ture 45 Honor Society 4. DORIS CARSON G. A. A. 45 Excursion Club 25 Latin Club 35 What-Not Club 35 Pepper Club 2. ELOY CASTILLO ANTONIO CHAVEZ El Conquistador 4. AVELINA CHAVEZ G. A. A. 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 3. CONNIE CHAVEZ Olperetta 3, 45 Acapella 4. DEMETRIO CHAVEZ EDDIE S. CHAVEZ FRANCES CHAVEZ Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Correspond- ence Club 4. JOSIE CHAVEZ G. R. 25 Conquistador 45 0. A. T. 3, 4. .. .The new gymnasium building in construction. Seniors, '38 l 4 l TW ENTY-ON E ilffffgw Ulf!! MARJORIE CHILES Honor Roll 3, 45 Senior Play 45 0. A. T. 3. RUBY CHRISTIAN Pepper Club 45 G. A. A. 3. KATHRYN CIRA Pied Piper 25 The Mikado 25 Rec- ord, Co-editor 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Operetta 4. OLIVE CLAWSON G. A. A. 2, 35 What-Not Club 25 O. A. T. 3. JULIA COLCLASURE Correspondence Club 2, 3. ERMA COLEMAN MALCOLM CONLEY LELA COOK ELSIE COPLEN Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Cantata 4. LOIS CORDER G. A. A. 45 Cantata 45 Correspond- ence Club 2, 3, 45 Excursion Club 2. ARTHUR CORDOVA Drum Major5 Sec.-Treas Radio Club5 Camera Club5 Football, Bull- pu.ps5 Band. PHIL CORKIN MARGO CORTEZ Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. BILLIE CRANE Pepper Club drills 4. GENEVIEVE CUMMINGS , Operetta 35 Cantata 2, 3, 45 Aca- pella 4. . LYNN DAILY Y Operetta 2, 35 Cantata 45 0. G. A. 3. DOROTHY DAVIS ' q Record 45 Pepper Club 3, 45 O. A. T. 35 Operetta 25 Current Litera- ture 4. JACK DE LONG Band 2, 3, 4. . . . A hallway in the new Ad Building. Seniors, '38 TWENTY-TWO BETTE DENUBLER Correspondence 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, Cantata 2, 45 Rifle Club 4. CHRISTINE DIERS Band 2, 3, 45 What-1Not Club 25 Rifle Club 3, 4. KATHRYN DI GIACOMO FRANK DILLARD Debfdte Club 43 Y. P. U. 4. JANE DIXON Pepper Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-'President of Class 33 C. T. 45 Latin Club 3. DONALD DOWNEY Honor Society 43 Tennis Team HELEN DUKE JAMES DYCHE Football 3, 45 Tennis 3, 4, A Club 3, 45 Track 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4. VIRGINIA EANES Pepper Club 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3. SHIRLEY EARICKSON Correspondence Club 3. 43 C. T. 4. VERNON EDWARDS PATTY EILAR Operetta 25 Cantata 25 O. G. A. Pin 33 C. T. Pin 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 ERNEST EKLUND Record StaH' 3, 4, Rifle Club 3. DORIS ELLARD Pepper Club 3, G. A. A. 33 Can tata 4. AGNES ELMORE Pelpper Club 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, Tumblers 2, 3, Art Club 2, Girls' League 2. ROY EVANS Band 2, 3, 4. HAZEL EVERETT Transfer-Raton H. S. SHIRLEY EXTER Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2 Cantata 25 What-Not Club 2. . . . A history classroom in the Admin- istration Building. Seniors, '38 TWENTY-TH REE 5 W ff 3' :H 1 2 veg gif. TWENTY-FOUR JO FARKAS LOU EMMA FINLEY BETTY FLEMING Trial by Jury 33 Honor Society 33 Acapella 4g Pepper Club 3, 4g Can- tata 3, 4. CHARLES FLETCHER ADELINE FLORY Tumblers' Club 3, 43 Acapella 3, 43 G-. R. 33 Cantata 3, 43 Operetta 3. ALBERT FORD Rifle Club 3, 43 Team Captain 43 Honor Society 3, 4. Transfer Gal- latin H. S., Bozeman, Montana. NEDRA FOSTER Pepper Club 2, 3, 43 Band 3. LEONA FRESQUEZ MABLE FULKS Archeology Society 4. Transfer S. Charleston, W. Va. BARBARA GABALDON Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 33 G. R. 3. FELICIANO GABALDON KENNETH GANN Archery Club 2, 33 Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4. AMARANTE GARCIA Basketball 33 Track 3. ANTONIO GARCIA EPIFANIO GARCIA Associate Editor of Yucca 4. LUCY GARCIA G. A. A. 23 Pepper Club 23 Tumb- lers' Club 2. NANCY GARCIA G. A. A. 33 Correspondence Club 33 Pepper Club 33 Spanish Club 3s C. T. Pin 4. BILL GATELEY Photo Club 43 Stamp Club 33 Drum Major Band 4. . . . The County High School in 1915: the Main Building of Albuquerque High in 1938. Seniors, '38 'Q K ,S TOMMY GENTRY Debate Club 45 Rifle Club 45 Ski Club 4. HARRY GILES Latin Club 25 Rifle Club 3. LEON GILES RiHe Club 3, 4. DOLORES GILL Art Club 25 O. G. A. 3. WILNA GILLESPIE Gold A5 Pres. Current Literature Club 45 0. G. A. Pin 35 C. T. Pin 45 Cantata 4. JAMES GIOMI Honor Society 3 BILL GODDARD Football 3. LAWRENCE GOLLNER Latin Club 35 Band 35 Debate Club 3, 45 Record 45 Hi-Y Club 4. ROSE GONZALES Correspondence Club 25 Spanish Club 25 G. A. A. 2. DEAN GOODWIN PAT GORMAN BERNICE GRAHAM Latin Club 25 Correspondence Club 2, 350. A. T. 35 C. T. Pin 4. ROBERT GREENWELL Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Track 3, 45 Cantata 4. LOYOLA GUTIERREZ LUPE GUTIERREZ Spanish Club 45 G. A. A. 35 O. G. A. Pin 35 G. R. 3. TOMASITA GUTIERREZ 0. G. A. Pin 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 O. A. T. 35 G. A. A. 4. JUNE HARDIN LEO HARMON 5 Band 2, 45 Basketball 25 Track. 2. R . . . Main from the west. Seniors, '38 TWENTY-FIVE .6 5? f -F N JEAN HARRELL JANE HARRIS BETTY JO HATCH Honor Society 2, 35 Secretary Cor- respondence 45 Pepper Club 45 Sen- ior Play 45 Pied Piper 2. VALIERA HEIM Latin Club 2, 35 Correspondence Club 2, 35 Pepper Club 45 Orches- tra 2, 3, 4. GERALD HEIN Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Band Capitan 45 Band Letter 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 4. GEORGE HEMENWAY Hi-Y. CAROLE HENDRICKS Pepper Club 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Cantata 4. GERTRUDE HENDRICKS ,, lv R .L 5 R if ,Mk -.X O. G. A. Pin 35 Pied Piper 25 Can- tata 2. EVELYN HENNRICH Chorus 25 Latin Club 2, 35 G. R. 2. REBA HOFEMANN Sec'y Junior Class 35 Pres. Pepper Club 45 Orchestra 25 C. T. 4. MARY HORTON Cantata 2, 35 Current Literature Club 3, 4. LEONTINE HOUSTON G. A. A. 45 Gold A5 Band 2, 45 Band Letter 2. DORSA HUDDLESTON ' What-Not Club 25 Cantata 2, 3, 45 Acapella 3, 45 Operetta 2. NELL HUES 5, Cantata 3, 45 Operetta 3. BOB HUNN ESTHER JIMENEZ Gold A5 C. T. 4. BILL JOHNSON MOSES JOHNSON Latin Clutb 25 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4. . . . Our Metal Shop, showing only part of the equipment. Seniors, '38 TWENTY-SIX WP" , MARGARET JOHVNSTONE Pepper Club 3, 43 Cantata 3. DOROTHY ANN JONES Record Staff 4g Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 35 Correspondence Club 2, 3, 4, O. G. A. 3. LA VIEVE JONES THELMA JONES Cantata 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Tennis 3. CLIFFORD JURGENSON Football 45 A Club 45 Track 45 Cowbells 4. Transfer-Walsen- burg H. S., Colo. HUGO KASTNING Band 2, 3, 4. EILEEN KERR RUTH KINNEY Pepper Club 2, 3, 43 Cantata 4, Current Literature Club 45 History Radio Program 4. HARRY KINSELL KATHLEEN KIRKPATRICK Transfer-Olney, Texas. G. A. A. 4g Pepper Club 43 Volley Ball, Soc- cer, Speed Ball 4. DRACE KUTNEWSKY Gold A5 Band 2, 3, 43 Archeology Club 43 Stamp Club 3, 4, O. A. T. 3. MARY LANDSAW Operetta 2, 35 Cantata 2, 3, 43 Acapella Choir 3, 4. FRANCIS LANE HO BART LARGE VIOLA LATTIN G. A. A. 25 What-Not Club 3. HERMAN LEE BETTY LEWIS SHIRLEY LEWIS Pepper Club 3, 4. ...A corner in one of the labora- toriesg this is the Biology Lab. Seniors, '38 3 TWENTY-SEVEN DAN LIMPERT TOM LOE H. V. LOGAN Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Track 45 Basketball Mgr. 45 A Club 4. NETTIE LUCERO Spanish Club Sec'y 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 45 Honor Society 35 Captain Basket ball team 25 Volleyball team 45 C. T. 45 O. G. A. 3. ROSALIE LUCERO SALLY LUCERO The Mikadvo 35 G. A. A. 35 Spanish Club 3. CLAUDE LYON Latin Club 25 Track Mgr. 3, 45 A Club 35 Rifle Club 4. ADELE LYONS JACK LYONS ETHEL McCARTHY O. G. A. 35 Senior Play 45 Vice- Pres. G. R. 35 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Pep- per Club 3, 4. TOM McCARTHY Hi-Y Club 45 Archeology Society 45 Sec.-Treas. Rifle Club 45 Tennis 25 Football 2. EDGAR McCARTNEY Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 A Club 3, 45 Band 2, 3. TOM McCLELLAND A Club 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Hi-Y 3, 4. LAURA BELLE McCOLLU.M Gold A5 Band 2, 3, 45 Band Letter 3, 45 Current Literature Club 45 C. T. Pin 4. PAUL McCREARY THOMAS MCDOUGALL F. F. A. Vice-Pres. 4. DOROTHY McELVAIN FERNE MCGREW . . . Coach Wilson and Coach Renfro bite their linger nails. The re- porter doesn't know what to think. Seniors, '38 TWENTY EIGHT MARY FRANCES MALONE Correspondence Club 45 Pepper Club 25 Assembly Skit 2. ALYCE MARES Operetta 25 Spanish Club 23 Pepper Club 33 Cantata 35 G. A. A. 4. MELA NELLIE MARES G. A. A. 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 45 'Spanish Club 3. DOROTHY MARTIN Correspondence Club 2, 3. ROSALIE MARTINEZ NORINE MAYNARD G. R. 2, 3, 4. BOB MIDDLESWORTH Football 3, 45 A Club 4. FLOYD MILES JAMES MILES La Reata 2, 3, 45 Editor-in-chief 43 Gold Ag Football 2, 3, 43 A Club 4. CRAWFORD MILLAR Record 39 Trial by Jury 35 H. M. S. Pinafore 33 Cantata 4. BOB MILLER Band 3, 4, Football Mgr. 4, A Club 4. JAMES MILLER JACK MOORE Orchestra 2, Latin Club 2. BOB MOSER Band 2, 3, 45 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 45 Stamp Club 3, 45 Cantata 4. MONTELLE MOYERS Pepper Club 45 Correspondence Club 45 G. A. A. Letter 35 Sec'y G. A. A. 45 Senior Play 4. MILDRED MULLIS JOHN NANCE Band 2. JEAN NELSON Operetta 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 45 Pepper Club 3, 43 Acapella Choir 4. Not the best Bulldog eleven, but one with all the characteristics of a Wilson team. Seniors, '38 I l TWENTY-NINQ JACK NICHOLAS Band 35 Radio Club 3. JUANITA NOLAN Cantata 2. BLANCHE NORTHCUTT BOB NUNNERY JACK O'GRADY BILLY OMMART BETTY ORR G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 G. R. 2, 35 Orches- tra 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2. PEARL OTERO Spanish Club 2, 35 Cantata 25 G. A. A. 4. DORA PACHECO Glee Club 2, 35 G. R. 2, 3, 45 Kodak Club 45 Honor Society 2, 35 Op- eretta 2, 3. LA VERNE PAGUE EUNICE PARKER What-Not Club 35 Excursion Club 35 Ride Club 4. JOHN PATTON Stage Crew 3, 45 Football Mgr. 45 A Club 4. WAYNE PATTON MARGARET PEEPLES Spanish Club 35 Latin Club 4. CUCA PEREZ Operetta 25 Cantata 25 Basketball 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. FRANK PETERS FRANKLIN PIERCE Junior President 35 Junior Play 35 Cheer Leader 45 Track 3. AUDREY PITT Record, Literary Editor 45 Rifle Club 4. . . . Bonfires for spirit and pep. Seniors, '38 THIRTY Pepper Club 45 Class Play 3, 45 Cur- rent Literature Club 45 Operetta 25 MILDRED POWERS What-Not Club 2, Gold Ag Operetta 2. ELNORA PRYOR O. G. A. 33 O. A. T. 33 C. T. 45 G. A. A. 2. HELEN PURCELL MA.RIAN RADER Correspondence Club 25 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4. EMMA JEAN RAEL DOROTHY RANVILLE O.A.T.3gO. G.A. 3gC. T. 3. BETTY RATCLIFF Correspondence Club 2, 39 G. A. A. 2, 35 Pepper Club 45 Rifle Club 4. KATE RAYNOLDS Opereita 2, 3, 45 Cantata 2, 3, 45 Acapella 3, 4. MABYLE REDBURN EVELYN REEDER Pepper Club 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 45 G. R. 4. G. J. REEVES Band 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 33 Radio Programs 43 Senior Play 45 Latin Club 2. MARGERY REMPEL Latin Club 25 0. A. T. 33 C. T. Pin 4. ALBERT REY Stamp Clubg Archeology Society, Debate Club: Student Peace Unit Broadcast. ISABELLA C. RICHARDSON Spanish Club 2. AUSTIN ROBERTS F. F. A. 25 Basketball 3: Junior Play 3. Transfer--Elida High. SARA ANN ROBERTS Pepper Club 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2. CY ROCKHOLD SHEILA RODEY REC0l'd 4. ...What we get for our spirit and pep. And all are not there. Seniors, '38 ,WWE X. X Sv. i ' 55 THIRTY.-ONE .-tim ,f I N W .fy L. . miie. 1.1. , fv 51 .A--A-.a . ee ff' f riff- H gstqwn r? l S-hh... paw BERT ROUGHTON Hi-Y 45 Cantata 45 Junior Play 3. ELMER ROUTLEDGE VIOLET SALLEE ogy Club 4. THOMAS SALMON ARTHUR SANCHEZ CHARLIE SANCHEZ Basketball 45 El Conquistador 3. CORA SANCHEZ Spanish Club 35 Correspondence Club 35 G. A. A. 3. MILTON SANCHEZ NESTER SANCHEZ ESTELLA SAWTELLE DOROTHY SCHIVELEY I VIRGINIA SCHNEIDER WM 'Sd Latin Club 2 3' Current Literature Clu 3 4. b , , , i JEANETTE scHULz Oipere-tta 2, 45 Acapella Choir 45 Senior Play 45 Cantata 45 Latin Club 3, 4. ALFRED SCHWARTZMAN ETHEL SCHWARTZMAN Pepper Club 3, 45 Correspondence Club 2, 35 Operetta 25 Rifle Club 4. ROBERT SETH BETSY SHARP Correspondence Club 2, 3, 45 Cur- rent Literature Club 25 Cantata 2. PHYLLIS SCHIINGLEDECKER Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 45 Cantata 4. . . . The Band displays some of its tal- ent between the halves of a foot- ball game. Seniors, '38 THIRTY-TWO , ,,.,,.--...Q K, Pepper Club 3, 45 G. R. 35 Archeol- THARON SHIPLEY Yucca 3, 45 Honor Society 25 Aero- nautics Club 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Band 4. VIRGINIA SHIRLEY Treasurer Pepper Club 35 Treasur- er Girls' League 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 4. GLENWOOD SHOCKEY MAUDE SIEGLITZ Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Operetta 35 Senior Play 45 Cantata 3. MATEO SIERRA HELEN SIMINGTON IRENE SIMMONS wBand 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3. ROBERT SIMPERS Hi-Y 35 Band 2, 3, 4. Transfer- Alamogordo H. S. DOROTHY SIMPSON MARIAN SMITH Operetta 25 What-Not Club 25 Cor- respondence Club 3, 45 Pepper Club 3, 45 Record 4. HOMER SPENSLEY Archery Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Glee Club 45 Cantata 4. DOROTHY SPINK Pepper Club 45 Rifle Club 45 What- Not Club 2. WAYNE SPRINGFIELD Archeology Society 45 Hi-Y 45 Rifle Club 45 Debate Club 45 Honor So- ciety 4. RAYMOND STAEHLIN BOB STAMM A Club 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Record 4. GERTRUDE STEINER G. A. A. 2. DAVID STEVENS Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Latin Club 3. JOHNNIE STOOPS Football 35 Senior Play 4. . . . The Pepper Club often unites with the Band in drills. Seniors, '38 THIRTY-THREE f M 5 46 'ff MILDRED STUVER Operetta 25 Cantata 25 Honor So- ciety 25 Pepper Club 45 Current Lit- erature Club 4. BILL SYME ELSIE TABACCHI Band 25 G. A. A. 35 Senior Play 45 G. R. 4. JULIA TAFOYA IRENE TAGLIAFERRO Cantata 35 G. R. 35 Correspondence Club 35 Operetta 2, 3. JUNE TARKINGTON G. R. 3, 45 G. A. A. 35 Correspond- ence Club 35 Operetta 2, 3. JEAN THOMPSON Cantata 25 Pied Piper 25 Junior Play 35 Pepper Club 45 Current Lit- erature Club 4. VIRGINIA THURBER LEON THYGEISEN Band 45 Hi-Y 4. LEE TUCKE ANTHONY VASILAKIS Orchestra 25 Rifle Club 35 Track 3. JOYCE VAUGHN Debate Team 25 The Mikado 2. 1 3 : N M' N- W 'gi --'Jil-'fi 'J' 'nk ANNE VAUGHT RUTH MARIE WAGNER G. A. A. 25 Pepper Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Rifle Club 4. BLAINE WAHA Orchestra 45 Tennis 45 Hi-Y. EILEEN WALLIS :Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 4. BILL WEBSTER Band 2, 3, 4. JOE WEEKS Honor Society 2, 35 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4. . . . These determine whether you are late, or not. Mr. Ream's olfice be- hind the door. Seniors, '38 THIRTY-FOUR . . . It's okay now, but when those Q . . . The penthouse on the roof of the l MARJORIE WEESE G. A. A. 2, 33 Pepper Club 2, 33 Basketball, Volley Ball, Soft Ball 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 35 Junior Play 3. JACK WETTERHUS Transfer-Santa Fe High School. Football 4, Cow Bells 4. MARY JANE WHITE Ofperetta 3, 4, Pepper Club 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Acapella 4. PAULA WHITE G. R. 23 O. A. T. 35 'Ilyping' Pin 39 Typing one 63 Words 4. GEORGE WHITENER Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 4. VIOLA WILCOXSON Band 2, 3, 4. GLENN E. WILLIAMS Glee Club 25 Operetta 3, 4. MARGARET WILLIAMS MELVIN WOODS MARIE YARBROUGH TOM YATES Track 35 Rifle Club 35 Track 4. FRED YEAGER Shif'Iess Skonk 23 Football 3. ROBERT YECK Cantata 2, Usher 3, 45 Senior Play 4. BETTY SUE YORK Pepper Club 2, 3, 43 Record Staff 4, 0. A. T. Pin 33 C. T. 3, 4. VIVIAN YOTT Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Band 45 Pepper Club 3, 4. seats fill up-oh, me!! 1 Ad. Building. Seniors, '38 TH 1 RTY-FIVE 'flw I mm: .. 545 EDWARD ANCONA KENNETH ANTOINE MARTA ARAGON ETI-IEL C. DE BACA JOSIE BACA LUCILLE BACA ALAN BAIL JEAN BALL JAMES BARBOUR SAM BINKLEY ROSIE BLACK FAYE BLEND J. L. BRAUGHT WANDA BRIGHT WILFRED BRENNAN EDWARD A. CHAVEZ ELEANOR CHAVEZ GERTRUDE CHAVEZ TONY CHAVEZ ORAL CHENEY EVERITT CLAYTON BYRON COE JEAN CUMMINGS MAVIS CUTTING WAPOLE COEFMAN ROBERT DUBOIS ANGELINA DURAN ' CAMERA SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES LEROY EGGERT HILDO ESQUIVEL ALLAN EVERAMAN MILDRED FRYE CLIFFORD GALLEGOS ELFREN GARCIA IAMES GATLIN MARTHA GEIGER RUTH GONZALES STANLEY GONZALES BILL GREENWELL EMMA GRIEGO KENNETH GUNN GEORGE GUTIERREZ PEGGY HAINES LEONA HATTON DONALD HAYWOOD RICHARD HEATHCOCK NATO HERNANDEZ CHARLES HIGBEE LONNIE EDWARD HOEYE SOLEDAD I-IUERTA WANDA JACKSON DAN JACOMINI ELINOR JONES WILLIAM KANE DAVID LLOYD Seniors, 38 TH I RTY-SIX DODGER ' NOT APPEAR PAT LOPEZ MORRIS MACGIBBON JOHN McINTOSH BOB MCELVENY JOHN MAFIT NOE MARQUEZ KLATHRYN MARRIOTT ELEANOR MEDVESON GILBERT MIERA BETTY MAE MOORE JIMMY MORETTO JAMES NEILL HAZEL NEWELL NORMAN OLLMAN ORPHELIO PADILLA CARLOS PAIZ ROBERT PARNHAM GENEVA PARSON ROBERTA POWELL HAROLD PYETZKI MARY QUINTANA MARIAN RICHARDSON LESTER ROBERTS GERALD ROBERTS JACK ROEHL JOHN ROMERO PAUL ROMERO HE-LEN ROSS Semors, '38 LORE-NZO RUIZ ROSA SAAVEDRA ANNIE SALAIS AMBROSIO SANCHEZ CHARLES SCHNUBERT JOHN SHERRITT PEGGY SHEW GARTH SHOOP HENRY SINTAY MARY ALICE SKINNER ROBERT SMITH TIMOTHY SMITH HUGH SNELLING BETTY STEWART MARCELLA SUMMERS ROBERT SWAGER NETTIE TALLEY RAYMOND TANNER IRENE TRUSTY CAROLINE TSUTSUME ROBERTA VANDERWAGEN NORMAN WEEDEN CHARLES WILCOXSON IVOR WILLIAMS DICK WILSON WILMA WYLIE TOM ZALAHA THIRTY-SEVEN ns.,-.sm xwif A U 0 0 lclentiHcation-- . . . Left to right. Craig and Tanner display all-district form in holding' the trophy . . . For some a prison, for others a school . . . VVe know Mrs. Hannzfs little boy is funny, Jean, but . . . The mountains afford winter pleasures . . . The senior's View of the gym . . . Is the bottle insured? . . , The quadrangle between periods . . . Nato Hernandez goes skiing. THIRTY-EIGHT 0 0 0 Identification- . . . Left to right. Boforo . . . And uftvl' . . . Insvrt your picturv to sm- how you look at 22f1'iNlU2llfl0l1 time. Well, we don't know what to do about tht- girls . . . The band at one of the university football galnos. I bot thc tvuchers vnvy thvii' uttvntion . . . Miss Dixon and Miss. Anclormzm lim- up tho Gold A's . . . Clhlllllllllfl. THIRTY-NINE 'UUNIORS . . Though the education of a junior does not become public because he is not yet thrust out of school, the Junior Class plays an im- portant part in the development of education. 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Left to right. Seldom photogiuphvrl VVall0p01' Duran posvs with N0l'l1l2lIl Weodon . . . What ho! A timid soul? . . . Mickcy Millvi' l'l'llCl1l'!-1 out thc- lung' arm of the law . . . Bob Jackson oil' the l'0COl'1l . . . Frowo slays 'om with his toothpaste smile . . . Jack Yolton, fresh from Tuxzis . . . liitzl Gizxnnini strains 01 vocal corn s . . . 0:11 cas rv vzirsn . . . 1 jvc- 'rr c nsurv :ami vs w i 1- h ' l I Bl' l t h l PM I l 1 l h I Ralph Swotford tum-s in. FORTY-ONE 0 0 0 lclentiHcation- . . . Left to right. Me, the junior class . . . Pass it around, Rita . . . Bob Shirley in the judge's pose . . . Frank Grubbs and John Beck, local photo fiends . . . "Rubber1egs" Luich strides past . . . "While the cat's away, the mice do play" . . . Gloria Hicks in the springtime. FORTY-TWO . . . George Crowe, President . . . Wesley Furman, Vice-President . . . Daphine Denton, Secretary-Treasurer . . . Somewhat timid at the beginning of the year 1937-38, most of the six hundred juniors soon were very much in evidence in every field of high scho-ol activity and are now ready for the leadership that will be not only inevitable but rightfully theirs next school year. This third year of high school life has yielded a good harvest of happy memories, curricular as. well as extra-curricular. Some of the out- standing of these will be the follow- ing: the cantata and operetta, in which many of the juniors took partg the junior play, "Fly Away Home," given in the fallg and the climax of the year's social life, the beautiful "prom," given for the seniors. juniors, '38 FORTY THREE i '-0' 2 wr FORTY-FOU R IRENE ABOUSLEMAN BOB ANGUS EDDIE APODACA VIOLA APODACA PAT ARCHAMBAULT HENRIETTA ARMIJO DOROTHY IRENE BAILEY BARBARA BALES HELEN BANE SALLY BARBER RUTH BARNHART DAN BARRY LAVERNE BARTON MURIEL BARTON KATHERINE BATSEL BERNICE BENTLEY GLORIA BERRY LILLIAN BIDEAUX DORIS BLETCHER CARLYLE BLUMENTHAL LAURA BOWMAN MARTHA NELL BOWMAN ROSEMARY BRENNAN ROSE BUDAGHER Juniors, '38 WILLIAM R. BUNTEN JEANETTE BURGIN MELBA CALKINS BETTY CAUSEY PEARL CHAMBERS CHARLIE CHAVEZ LOUIS CHAVEZ FRANK CHAVEZ BILLY CHASTAIN MARSHALL CLEVENGER RICHARD CLOUGH LE ON A CO BE RLY CONNIE COLCLASURE ARTHUR CASTILLO HARRIET COUNCIL AWNITA CREVOISIENR ' RUTH CUTLIP ELVYN DAVIDSON WAYNE DENTON JOYCE DERAMUS HERBERT DICK ALICE EDEN PEARL ELROD MARJORIE FIFE Juniors, '38 FORTY-FIVE M ii - 23? . xp 5 xx Gam! K JACK FINLEY WILLARD FITCH ESPERANZA FLORES JAMES FORD RUTH FORD JEAN FOUTS LELA MAE FOWLER PEARL FREED JOHNNY GAINES MARY GALLEGOS MARGUERITE GANNON LUCYLE GIPSON ALVIN GLEASON OTHELLA GRANADE BETH GRAVES EUGENE GRAY JOHN GRIBBLE ELEANOR GROSSETETE BOBBIE LEE GRUBB FRANK GRUBBS FRANCES GUEST ZEKE GUTIERREZ GENEVRA GYLLING LOIS HAGLAND Juniors, '38 MARY LOUISE HANNA PHIL HARDIN EDWARD HARLEY JOE HARLEY BETH HARRELL DOROTHY HARRELL EVANGELINE HARWOOD MARY ELIZABETH HAYES . .Q .1 7, LILA HEDRICK : 'X IRENE HEYDT ' RHONELLA HIGGINS D "U BETTY JO HINDS RICHARD HOBSON JUNE HOGAN MARGERY HOSHOR ALFRED HOSKINS PAUL HUGHES MARTHA HUFLICK CLAUDINE HUMPHREY KATHLYN INGRAM RAYMOND JACKSON ERNEST JARAMILLO MABLE JENSEN ANNA M. JOHNSON juniors, '38 .M 'gg 'W qcm eq. iv. -6? 'UW U '19 FORTY-S EVEN EUGENE JOHNSON WANDA JOHNSON JOHN JONES MARION JONES MARY LOU JOYCE RUTH JURGENSEN THEDA KEES WILLIAM KELLER BETTY KELLEY WINIFRED KELLEY DICK KENDRICK DONNA KERCHEVILLE LAWRENCE LEIERER ARNOLD LOKEN JACK LOVATO VERNA MAE LOVE MIKE LOWERY BETTY LUCAS NANO LUCERO NATALIE LUSTER MARGARET MCCAHON MABELL MCCARTHY BILL McCONNELL TOM McCRODEN juniors, '38 PEGGY McCAULEY BILLIE McDONALD RUPENRT MCHARNEY BILL McKINNEY BETTIE MQSPADDEN BUD MABRY JOAN MACE EMILY MAJOR BETTY MARLER DOROTHY MARSHALL MARCOS MARTINEZ BETTY MASSEY MILDRED MATHER JACK MAY TEX MAYNARD VERJEAN MEULI LLOYD MILES MICKEY MILLER VERNON MILLER ARNOT MITCHELL CAROLYN MOCK DOROTHY MOORE LOUISE MOORE LUCILLE MORGAN juniors, '38 FORTY-NIN E uniors, '38 FIFTY TROY MORRIS CLOMA NEW BILL NEWLANDER MARGARET NUANES MARY ANN OLIN RAE OLNEY BETH O'NEAL EDNA O'NEAL VIRGINIA OUTLEY EMMA R. OZANICH EMMA J. PADILLA MARGARET PADILLA RUBY PARK CATHERINE PARK MARY ALICE PARNHAM RHODES PATTERSON MARY EUNICE PAULK FANNIE PAVLANTOS LILLIE PAYNE DOROTHY PECK LA VENA PEVELER WILMA PIPER JACK POOLER ELIZABETH PORTER NOREEN PORTER RUTH PORTER MARY POWELL WILLOMAE QUICK TALMADGE RAY JANE REEL BOB REHM ADELINE REID CLARICE RICHARDSON MALCOLM RICHTER MAX RICHTER MILDRED RIEBE EDWARD RIGHTLEY EVELYN ROBERTS KATHRYN ROBERTSON ANNIE SUE ROGERS RICHARD ROLAND RUBY RUTZ VIRGINIA RYLANCE EVELYN SAEDA ROSALINA SALAZAR HELEN SANCHEZ JOE M. SANCHEZ HELEN SCHOOLEY Juniors, '38 Y il ,Jn , 'U' if ......aw, f. FIFTY-ONE ai if L.-f-CJ Q. l 'QR ffi- K . A if A - il A " ' f :Q 'b. ' 1 , m ' -W N N ,,. ' K I 5 J ' Bi LI..l....ml 3 A IA Q6 .- I . h T T H I 4, V1 I ' as. i i S is J :ww f- f L, .i,41'W FIFTY-Two 1 AUDREY SCHVOTT EVELYN SCHUILMANN MARY JO SCOTT NORMA SCOTT IRENE SETH JUNE SHAHAN LAWRENCE SHANNON LA VERNE LOU SHELTON BOB SHIRLEY MAE SHOEMAKER DAVID SIMMIS ADA MAE SIMPERS BARBARA LEE SIMPSON FERN SIMPSON GLADYS SMITH MARGARET SMITH MARDELL SPIKER TANNER SPINK MARY JEAN STEIDLEY HILDA STEVENS ELIZABETH STOOPS ELLEN STRAUS RAY STRONG RALPH SWOFFORD juniors, '38 ONETA THARP EUGENE THORJNE ELNORA THORNELL DAN TRUJILLO BEATRICE VANDERFORD LOIS VANDER LINDEN FRANCES VIDAL EVELYN WAGNER WANDA WAGNER EARLENE WARD ROBERTA WARREN DAVID WEILLER DANA WELLS RUTH WETTERHUS SARA WILKINSON CAROLINE WILSON ROBERTA WOOD MARY JO WORLEY RUTH YEAGER juniors, '38 "3 FIFTY-THREE Nxt 0 0 0 Identification- . . . Left to right. Billy Briggs displays the smile of health. . . Featuring Barbara Simpson. . . Willie Aragon, attacked by the print shop gang. . . Looks bad, Clark. . . Harmony Box will soon be a memory. . . Bill Newlander's in- spiration pose. . . How's business, boys?. . . La Reata members. FIFTY-FOUR ft! 1000 Q C C 0 Identification- . . . Miss Wells's cur . . . Kathryn Robebrtson does office work . . . Knit one, purl one, Angie . . . What's the score? . . . What, no Bud? . . . Shrimp Schul- mann's been to see Jack Bonny . .. Guess what. .. Muriel Barton puts on the dog. FIFTY-FIVE if E3 wbwf ffwyf W Nm 2 QMA Lw 26- ,WM 9'SOPHOMORES . . . A "wise fool," as the Greek translation of the worcl goes, is a sophomore, but this group is not a representative of the word, being quiet and timid rather than wise and foolish. With the years the sophomores may gather intelligence, but we hope they will not become foolish. x .v.l I ' . 'V V . . ..I.'. .. .- 9 , ,- I--.Q , .Q - ' - .-, , ' . . .,. 5 Q L... ., J' I . , :QA r, . Q. 5 . .- -.. ... , - 1 .r'.- -2' 'f ' - CL'-"'W -. ' - . . 7 - ' ,- ' - .' . I I ..A. .QI Q I.. J. Q- .. I.. .. .Q ,. 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In - II ,. . . - 1 ,I x I.,',,I .I 'IA . 0' ' 5 , . .. f-.-I - --1 --1 ... I' 1' g., If II- ,: W . ,, I I Q' , I --4:-' .1-V. - - :g ... . I' .I-1 II: . -r- . - "-:A ' ' . pe- I u ,I . .i.I - ' 'I I .-, . 'I N ' II I ,Ig I I , A " ,- - r- '- -- F- ". "2 -- Y ' rf., ".- -9- ,- -- 1 f. r". . ' ' -.4 - .. ' - ' ', 4 - ' - ' . , ' " Q 1- .HI W ,- -- ,-'V A ' Q.,-.s,,' ' . . T -Q" ' ,ff ."-" '.' ' ' 'L ' I '-' ' , vi" v 2. 'JV ' ."' U -I a,., ,: - . 1 - ' . . -j , 4. -I - - ,f nl '- Q- , .' .-'i .14 ' . - .5 .,-.f-f Q" " -, . ' 3, ' 6 I-' ' A' K' ,-,- - I 'UII s , '1,, .- ' ,-- .t I Q, , .-1. .I I- 'I ul- fa 0 - .L I IIKNI InI- - J .I 4 IIIII' ,I,. , .II I 1 ' . ..I, . .- .I . -.- ,. -- , .--.I -- 1 , .4 . . - - . - - ' ,' '. . 2 . - '. 1 o- U ,. . Q-4 . - - ' - -' ,. 'r 4 " " ' - . - '1 .V '5' ' - v "", . . . , . v . I. I .,.Iq..I. .I . . I.h. ,.' -. x I . 6 Q.-. - '. , - 2, . ' . . - -, . Y X - I- 119' ., , . , , 1 1 . in ,, ..n .I ,. . , , '. ' - --. ,.,T,.'- 'V' 'v' .'-1 ' , iff.. ' ' " ' ' X ' ' 5 .."'.- 5-. '4 it. ' 51' - ' V' . 4 -"-'1"'. '5"" ' " L ' 1 o ' .U U . .. 1 . .. . . , -. .I - .. '., , ,. . , I A - ' Q- - . m Au i:. - . . f ' P I 5 - . - . f'..- -, A' , , . - . s .A .' -, X. , .Ian I ,-:I I . - ,, ,I I I l . . , I , .I -,s .,- , ' . 4, I.. . .. .. ,. . , - .- , I :J 4 ' n . v , . . 1. . , . I I-. .. , I A II.I.,.I .'.. ' . . 5. -. ., . I . . I., 5 . . ,, r , Q - L. -4 1, 1 . . Harold Murdoch, President . . . Garvin Patton, Vice-President . . . Coramae Anderson, Secretary-Treasurer . . . Two years from now with the up- per classes gone and with the feeling of being the underdog missing, what will these sophomores be? From all appearances the class will step into the leadership of the school and will make it a historical year. Already re- covering from some of their timidity of the change from junior high school to high school, many of them have shown aptitude for scholarship, activ- ities, and sports. Perhaps the positions of importance in their senior year may not be held by these sophomores, but any out- siders who enter Albuquerque High School will meet with "stiff" compe- tition. Sophomores, '38 FIFTY-IEVEN jf X. S .. fs, Q Q V yah 8 43 'G' K UWM .uk .9 FIFTY-EIGHT Jesse Adwell Lucy Arnett Coramae Anderson Janie Angell Max Apodaca Marie Archibald Artemio Avila Sally Bachicha Molly Jean Balderson Esther Barnhart Bee Barricklow Evelyn Berkshire Glenda Berry Albert Bertsch Billie Bevans Dorothy Bea Bittick Oma Lee Blackman Jean Blair Elizabeth Brennan Jane Brennan ,A Lois Brennan Julia Sue Brewer Aignes Brown Barbara Bruce Jimmy Bunten Madge Condon Blanche Carrico Effie Carrigan Marjorie Chadd Berthella Chapman Shirley Chastain Dorothy Chavez Pauline Cheuvront Clara Clark Jane Clayton Bill Cleland Arlene Cole Leta Cook Sophomores, '38 Margaret Cooper Frank Coplen Frank Crevoiser Wayne Crowder Lois Darby Jennie De Baca Margie DeLong Bill Denison Juanita Denton Jessie Diaz Carol Dixon Florence Dixon Barabara Dunlap Emily Dunsworth Delora Duran Billy Jeanne Dykes Gus Eaves Helen Eden Elmer Edwards Fonda Ewell Grace Fletcher Jean Flory Billie Jean Fogleman Valora Fowler Vida Gallegos Charles Gannon Diana Gants Laura Gilley Lou Ellen Graham Marion Green Russell Guild Margaret Gutierrez Betty Hall Bill Hall La Norah Harp Floyce Harper Von Kieth Hart Jerry Hatcher Sophomores, '38 FIFTY-NINE MMO ,MEM il NX Qawfaf Palma .dim ,tiff ai' if Jw' J jffjii MQW A 1' M. W -fm S 'ff N, SIXTY in Katherine Haussamen Vivienne Hernandez Kathryn Heyman Alta Mae Hill Ruth Hill Nancy Holman Ruth Horton Leo Huddleston Helen Hudson Mary Jean Irons Mae Belle Jackson Bob Johnson Doris Johnson Dorothy Johnson Janice Kalka Mary Ann Keleher Emil Kiehne Ruth Kinder Ruth Kimble Martha Knudson Mary Ellen Koch Myrle Lairmore Harriet Lantow John Lantow Elaine Layton Virginia Lee Joy Leeper Doris Linn ohnxLogan ary Lucero Maxine Mac Peek Barbara McCain Martha McClue Arthur McGrew Beatrice McGuire Mildred McIntosh Evelyn Martin Silas Martinez Sophomores, '38 Siprianita Martinez Shirley Middlesworth Margaret Miller Harwell Mitchell Janette Mitchell Josephine Montoya Betty Jane Moore Evelyn Morris Kenneth Mount Larry Murray Ellen Nicholas Dorothy Nicholas Mary Nicholson Helen Naanes Lois Overmeir Helen Paul Nell Pearce Beulah Pederson Harold Pfaff Betty Pflieder Mary Allan Pound Alice Putney Helen Redmond Dorothy Rempel Constance Riechman Max Roby Roy Rogers Jean Ross Dorothy Routledge 0 Sue Roughton Emmet Royer Reba Rutz Florence Sallee Bob Schneider Barbara Scott Helen Seymour Betty Joy Sharp Mary Louise Sherritt Sophomores, '38 H? w ns., xx? J J aww A ' PW A-X on S IXTY-TWO David Siegling Ann Simmons Connie Simons Evelyn May Simms Paula Simon Gerry Sizemore Jeannette Silver Arlene Smith Mary Ann Smith Vivian Stallings Addalene Starrett Doris Stark Rowena Steele Bob Stern Isabelle Stockdill Tommy Strome Sam Sutherland Maxine Swanson Jennie Tafoya Tony Tagliaferro Melvin Talley Marjorie Thompson Martha Beth Tidd Maxine Tidwell Helen Trask Dorothy Wagner Fae Wagner Dorothy Walden Tom Wetterhus Alden Whitcomb Louise Whitener Walter Wilkinson Eloise Williams Lee Ola Wilson Bliss Wood Irma Yarbrough Ruth Zimmerman Kleo Zurbucken Sophomores, '38 sfszfgf' ' 'X O 0 0 Identification- . . . The band picnic had many such scenes as this . . . And this little - went to school and grew into Harold Murdoch . . . George Brown on top for the time being. . . Frances Gomes . . . Rainbow girls, Maxine Swanson, Janie Angell, Charlotte Bridgeman, and Dolores Thygesen . . . Garvin Patton already has his mind set on class politics. SIXTY-THREE "ACTIVITIES . . . Our feeble effort to picture the scholastic side of the school is placed in the preceding pages. Now we turn to the activities mixing school and outside ele- ments. The activities are prop- erly divided into five phases, and we take up publications, awardisl music, dramatics, and clubs in that order. -Q., . , 1.2 'i.I , I.-I. - - I . 31 I. ' I ' . I , I ' '. , 1 . 7. I Q-1 4.4 I JI Q. ' '. ,, . . ' . A . - .Ii II I . , . ' . , ,. I .I . I ' . ' ' I , - . - ' .n", , 1 '1 f' ' .- .W In fI..- I Ia-.I--L . '.II.,-If , . ,-, - , ' -. . - . - , , ,-,I ,. . II I , ,. .,.. A I or - In .I . 1 II. III -I I, .:.l In . I ,I, II. '. . ' - ' "' . .'- . - 4 .1 . 1--" . 1 ', ,Q . I . ,U -, , I I .II - I , A, 'I I , I . . . -. I . , . Q. I. ., , , - . 0 A -4 '..,i,... ' 1- - . 2 .- ' - . -' ' ' , I. '. ' "."" 'N' Q., , Q 4" I-A. I." C I 'U' -vu 1" . ' 5 '."'- '.'. .' . ,. F I I. , . I I I IIQI I - . I . , . I - I., I ' 1 - 'D . I I, I o. 4 . 1, -. . - ' . 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Publications, '38 SIXTY-SIX "La Reata Stall JAMES MILES Editor-in-chief MISS OLSON Sponsor MR. HOLCOMB Printing Spun or STEVE KUC'll Svnior Eclitcl' WILLA MAE BOCNIC Music and IJI'2IllIlltIC.i E4 CLARK HANNA Sports Editor BETTY RUTH ALLEN Asziistant Clubs Editor JEAN CUMMINGS Sports Editor IUYTH IVORD Assistzmt Clubx Editor E VELYN SCHULMANN Club? Editor BILLY BRIGGS Junior Editor RE BA RUTZ Sophomore Editor MARY ELLEN KOCH Sophomore Editor LEON THYGESEN Photographer FRANK GRUBBS Photographer Publications, '38 litor SIXTY-SEVEN t "Record Stall DAN JACOMINI Co-Editor MR. WILLIAMS Sponsor MR. HOLCOMB Sponsor ERNEST EKLUND Associate Editor LAWRENCE GOLLNER Circulation Manager JACK YELT ON Sports Editor DOROTHY ANN JONES Humor Editor DOROTHY DAVIS Exchange Editor AUDREY PITT Literary Editor LILLIE BELLE BRADFORD Copy Reader PHIL HARDIN 3 X 1 Linoleum Cutter ' SHEILA RODEY I Typist ' 2 , MAm',Jo SCOTT Sports Editor MA1z1oN sM1T11 ll Typist L X3 LOUIS LANEY N Reporter w'-if 161, A MARY SUE BYNON Copy Reader PAUL HUGHES fi Reporter 'Nl I FRANK DAVIDSON rw ug Reporter 521 1 ,fi 13 . . a J N iff Publications, 38 N' QAWF4-fi.,-IJ--"' ' fy y ,Avg-ff' ' , V x 'if' ' . 2 . ' ,f-ff-f. Tay ,M :A ig K www.. f,,:J" 'ffl 'T""11 I . fi .A i . ---:g:.,V-4 N1-n.'L..o' 'H' SIXTY-EIGHT -3 "Yucca Staff BEVERLY CARRICK Co-Editor MISS WELLS Sponsor THARON SHIPLEY Co-Editor MR. RUNCORN Sponsor MR. REAM Sponsor M R. HOLCOMB Sponsor MARCIA LINN Associate Editor EPIFANIO GARCIA Associate Editor ALBERT BOEHNING Art Editor MURIEL BARTON Art Editor MARJORIE KIMMELL Circulation Manager MARY EUNICE PAULK Proof Render MARTHA GEIGER Proof Reader HELEN PEARCE Typist ROSIE BLACK Typist Publications, '38 was Qs SIXTY-NINE . L' A, 1071 J 90 - it ga rvM"""e is 5.-,fa 1 wh had dasavtflf 'U L,dV11,cpv0':J,f? Q 0 O ldentiHcation- Left to right. First and second period group: Trujillo, Giannini, Aragon, Norris, Roughton, Mr. Holcomb . . . Third and fourth periods: Yeager, Mc- Intosh, Hunn, Gris-go, lVlr. Holcomb . . . Afternoon group: Mares, Clouse, Roay, lVlr. Holcomb, Woillcr, Eklunrl. THE PRINT SHOP ACH year an immense volume of printing of all types is printed in this shop, and all has to be handled by a small group of boys. More than fifty thousand impressions were required to produce this edition of La Reata. Records, Yuccas, slips, cards, hall passes, signs, receipts, programs and letter heads for all the schools in the city find common origin in the print shop. Many new boys register in the fall for printing instruction. For three years Mr. Holcomb has been the teacher, winning not only the admiration of his pupils, but the praises of all who are fortunate enough to be able to work with him. It is not to be expected that these groups leave here experienced and expertly versed in all types of printing and print shop work. Each stu- dent merely learns the basic fundamentals of printing. For the very capable handling of the lines of work, these boys deserve the admiration of the school. Publications, '38 SEVENTY '9AWAI2DS . . . The main awards are: Gold A for scholarship, O. A. T. for typ- ing distinction, O. G. A. for shorthand, letters for athletics, and Honor Society for scholar- ship less than Gold A work. Un- fortunately O. A. T. and O. G. A. are made too late in the year. 66 77 THIRTEEN GOLD "A's" ALL IN A ROW Mildred studies all the time, Or so we've heard her say. More power to Mildred-and her thrill? She won the golden "A." Ruthie tried her hand at Rifle Club and Band, Girls' League, and Current Lit., and G. A. A., And she answered, "Don't be sill" When we asked her biggest thrill, "Why, when they said I'd won a golden UA." Laura Belle's in orchestra, In Current Lit., and band, And marching in her first parade's The thrill she named off-hand. For typing Wilna won a pin-she called it a C. T. For shorthand still another one, this time an 0. A. T. She's the president of Current Lit., and her biggest thrill, said sha Occurred when, as a Freshie, she won the Golden Key. The KiM-o gave Esther her 'biggest thrill- On banknight?-I knew you'd say it. On the baby grand, and you'll -get one, too, If you ever hear her play it. La Reata, Pepper Club, And Rifle Club fill the void Of Willa's time-her 'biggest thrill? Of course, she answered "Floyd," At G. A. A. or Girl Reserves Leontine tries her hand. Her biggest thrill, or so she says, Is playing in the band. Archaeology, Rifle, Track, and Debates, Dramatics and Music for Wayne. The solo he sang on the air, so he states, Was his thrill-and his face made it plain. For Albert it's Rifle, You can't beat his best. His thrill?-his school sent him. To take a state test. SEVENTY-TWO Awards, '38 0 0 0 ldentification- Left to rigght. First row: Mildred Powers, Ruth Bebber, lniura Ilelle Mcfol- lum, Wilna Gillespie, Esther Jiminez, Willa Mae Boone. Back row: Lcontine Houston, Wayne Springfield, Albert Ford, Drace Kutnewsky, Iflpifanio Garcia, James Miles . . . The thirteenth member, Charles Higrbce. Archaeology, fencing, stamp club, anal band Interest Drace, and his thrill, so he tells, Was in turning' a microscope hither and yon Un bacteria, yeast plants. and cells. l'lpifanio's on the Yucca Stall, And really does his share. His biggest thrill occurred last month VVhen he went on the air. .lim went out for football, girls, he won an "A" pin, too. lf he tells you he still has it--that's a laugh. lle's in Latin Club and "A" Club, and say, have you hearcl him 5tPW00?1Y His big thrill? He's heafl man on lla Reata Stall. Uharles is in Honor Society, He really deserves to be, For the bright boy got an lfl plus On a theme on philosophy. Awards, '38 SEVENTY-THREE 0 0 0 Identification- Left to right. Back row: Eugene Thorne, Rollin Schneider, Edward Rightley, John Gribble, Eddie Apodaca, Ray Strong, Ralph Chavez, Willard Fitch, Bob Shirley, Bill Newlander. Second row: Lillie Belle Bradford, Mildred Stuver, Lois Hagland, Margery Fife, The-da Kees, Marcia Linn, Roberta Warren, Marion Jones, Beverly Carrick, Ruth Kinney. First row: Marjorie Chiles, Peggy Show, Ruth Ford, Evelyn Schulmann, Ma1'y Jean Steidley, Claricc Richardson, Mary Eunice Paulk, Betty Jo Hinds, Martha Nell Bowman, Ruth Barnhart, Virginia Shirley. HONOR SOCIETY EMBERSHIP in the Honor Society is limited to those students earning ten honor points during a semester and is secured by application after the close of each semester. Eight of these honor points must be earned by grades, an UE." counting three points and a "G" two: work on a school publication, athletic letters, class officership, or holding ofhce in a school club are some of the activities which count one point. Students of the junior class who are fortunate enough to retain membership five out of six semesters, one of these being the last semester of their junior year, win a "gold A" which becomes their property if they keep up their good work for seven out of eight seniesters and make the Honor Roll the last semester of their senior year. Awards, '38 SEVENTY-FOUR C 0 O Identification- Left to right. Front row: Reba Rutz, Lucy Arnett, Esther Barnhart, Lorraine Woodson, Willa D. Bell, Addalene Starrett, Mary Ellen Koch, Winifred Irvin, May Bell Jackson, Evangeline Jaramillo, Glenda Berry. Second row: Ruth Campbell, Frances Keene, Do1'othy Bettick, Irma Yarbrough, Connie Simons, Janette Mitchell, Nancy Holman, Mae Simms, Frances Gomez, Dora Alfier, Virginia Lee. Third row: Nell Pearce, Marjorie DeLong, Ronald Smith, Falba Murphy, Bill Jourdan, Doris Linn, Garvin Patton, Mary Louise Sherritt. Harriet Lantow, Bill Hall, Dorothy Johnson, Allen Hammond, Barbara Dun- lap, Mickey Quinn, Elsie Vivienne Hernandez, Lawrence Lister, Dorothy Zim- merman, Marilyn Duncan. ' This year the Honor Society conducted a research to determine the school activities in which its members were most interested. There were 29 in no activities: 30 in one, Z4 in two, I9 in three, 4 in four, 3 in five, and one in six, seven and eight activities. ln the Latin Club, the most popular with honor students, there were 2l : l 7 in Pepper Club: I2 in G. A. A.: l l in Girls' Riiie Club: I0 in Current Literature: 9 in Debate: 8 in Correspondence: 7 in Boys' Rifle Club and Archaeology Society, 6 in Y. P. U.: 5 on La Reata Staff, 4 on Yucca Staff and in Spanish Club, 3 on Record Staff and Stamp Club, and l in "A" Club. Awards, '38 SEVENTY-FIVE 0 I O lclentiflcat1on- Left to right. First row: Bueehe, McIntosh, Wetterhus, Baldonado, Duran, Jurgensen, McCartney, Midcllesworth, Craig. Second row: Hanna, Patton Boehning, Johnson, Stamm, Romero, Tanner. Third row: B. Miller, Crowe, M. Miller, Lyons, Chavez, McClelland, Darrow, Uyehe, Pierce, Miles. "A" CLUB This cloesn't include this year's track letter men. Raymond Tanner Roy Craig' Arno Bueche George Crowe Fldgrar McCartney Raymond Baldonado John Romero James Dyehe Tom McClelland Bob Stamni Barton Darrow James Miles. Ezekiel Duran Charles Baca liugene Johnson SEVENTY-SIX Johnny Mclntosn Clifford Jurgensen Jack Wetterhus Bud Boehning' Mickey Miller Robert Middlesworth Jim Eggleston Manuel Rico Claude Lyons 1Mgr.j Bob Miller fMgr.j John Patton 1Mgr.i Bob Jones 1Mg'r.J H. V. Logan 1Mg'r.D Clark Hanna 1Mgrr.J Awards, 38 UUMUSIC . . . Music is a cultural achievement for which there is no substitu- tion. The activities and mem- ories of the band, the orchestra, and glee clubs will be long re- membered for their usefulness in later vears, and the pleasure derived from them. Mr. Cramer and Miss McManus are the indi- viduals responsible for training of the musical arts. B3 Q S, ?kRr -KX 3' an ef- v C C 0 Identification- Loft to ri fht. All wirls love u uniform, Mr. f'l'2lll10l' . . . Miss McManus . . . - L f-' ' N . I+'o1'mz1t1on . . . Izxvrclsv . . . Drum majors . . . Fancy l1l2ll'Chll1g . . . Bzxml . . . A picture of thu band Lakvn by one in rank. SEVENTY-EIGHT Music, '38 Scent- from tho Clantata, "Hail, Holy Babe!" THE CANTATA HlS year the annual Christmas Cantata, "Hail, Holy Babe," was the unison of both thc girls' and boys' glee clubs. There are a large number of songsters in A. H. S. developed through the undivided efforts of Miss Mc- Manus. The tones of the glorious Christmas hymns were made the richer by the addition of the boys' glee club. Special hymns were sung by individuals and by the A Capella Choir, an honorary group of twelve junior and senior girls who are taught to sing without accompaniment. The entire chorus was dressed in red and white, while the stage was decorated with lighted trees and wreaths. Various renowned scenes were presented, much to the enjoyment ol the reverent audience. The girls' chorus played an important part in the spring operetta. May the future cantatas keep the annual tradition of bring- ing peace and good will among men for an evening of grave rejoicing in the birth of our Lord. To Miss McManus we give our congratulations. Music, '38 SEVENTY-NINE 0 0 U ldentiHcat1on- First row: Gruhbs, Gately, Cordova, Kalka, Yott. Second row: E. Nicholas, R. Jackson, Harley, L. McCollum, Olin, Wells, Marshall, Diers, Johnston. Third row: Kutnewsky, Shahan, Bowers, Simmons, Johnson, L. De Long, Riggs, Christiansen, Truitt, Fitch, Richter, Kendrick, Cheuvront. Fourth row: McCracken, Ward, Brown, Hein, C. Wilson, Houston, M. Jackson, Glover, Webster, Harmon, Moser, Ancona, Reeves, R. McCollum. THE BAND HE Albuquerque High School Band is one of the superior achievements of our school, and deserves all the compliments they receive. Under the direction of Mr. Cramer, about eighty-two members meet every seventh period in the Legion Hut to practice. This year Frank Grubbs holds the honor position of chief drum major and is accompanied by four assistant drum majors, Arthur Cordova, Vivian Yott, Bill Gately, and Janice Kalka. This is unusual, thus causing much admiration from spectators, increased by the immaculate appearance presented by green and white uniforms. This group is a constant necessity to our school, for it leads the snake dances, plays Music, '38 EIGHTY f ,L in .iiiiglfll l l 0 0 0 Identification- First row: Mabry, Kastning, Hall, Lierer. Second row: Tagliaferro, Salazar, Wilcoxson, Bebber, G. Whitner, Horabin, L. Whitner, H. Briggs, Cramer. Third row: Lantow, Bevans, Sandoval, Stern, Wilkinson, Stevens, Wilson. Fourth row: Royer, Thygesen, Shipley, D. Nicholas, Rightley, Milford. Fifth row: Scott, Evans, E. Nicholas, Olin, B. Briggs, Apodaca, Yelton. Sixth row: Dennison, Vaio, Simpers, Koch, Hill, DeLong, Norris. in many assemblies, and all the home football and basketball games. The band participates in all the community parades, and gives a public concert during the year, besides school concerts at the Washington and Lincoln Junior High Schools. This year the band had the unique pleasure of playing for Mrs. Roosevelt when she was visiting our city. It was an unexpected honor that will be remembered by all the members. Band letters are given to the twenty percent of the band that are most efficient and exacting with their instruments. Mr. Cramer acknowledges the fact that this year's band is the finest band he has ever directed. This demonstrates the success that Mr. Cramer is able to secure by his supervision. Music, '38 EIGHTY-ONE 0 0 0 Identification- First row: Waha, Shirley, Yott, Upchurch, Quick, Cheuvront, Heim, McGuire, Dunsworth, Parnham, McClue, Dollarhide. Second row: McCollum, Zartman, Smith, Orr, Payne, Beck, Hill, C. F. Cramer, Briggs, C. L. Cramer. Third row: Hein, Shipley, Horabin, Whitner, E. Nicholas, D. Nicholas, Ancona, Bevans, Sterns, Hendricks, Steidley, Stevens, Norris. THE ORCHESTRA PPROXIMATELY thirty-five members compose the High School Or- chestra this year. Every sixth period this group meets in the Legion Hut to play and improve their musical talent. They present many assemblies at high school and at the two local junior high schools. Unprecedented, the or- chestra participated in two radio programs. This year being the first that there have been radio programs in high school, it was an honor for this one group to play twice. The orchestra accompanied the junior and senior plays, the Christmas cantata, and the spring operetta. The spring concert is the cli- max of the year for all the orchestra members. lt is given at the University gymnasium in May and is attended by all the orchestras of the city in one spec- tacular evening of harmony. Mr. Cramer is the leader of the orchestra as well as the band and gives successful concerts with string ins'ruments. The A H S orchestra is one of the finest in the state. Music, '38 EIGHTY-TWO F' 'L ...J T H 9'DRAMATICS . . . Life itself in a drama. Actors are taught to build up the emo- tions of life. The plays pro- duced in high school start many careers and are the fundament- als of the stage. lt also develops a talent for- handling every day situations. Miss Shepard is the leader and guide of the dramatic students. Insulin ' Wig' 0 C 0 Iclentiiication- Thv ziuditoriuni as it looks from thc stziigv. . . Re-hvzirsal for the senior play . . . Stziggv crow . . . Miss Shepzirci, rlirvctor of A. Il. S. diuniutics . . . "A Man Shoual Haw- a Wifcu . . . Botvvn-on timvs . . . Stzxgc- crew in action . . . Dramatics, '38 EIGHTY-FOUR A scene from the junior play, "Fly Away Home" THE JUNIOR PLAY HE juniors presented as their class play "Fly Away Home," a comedy in three acts by Dorothy Bennett and lrving White, on November I2 and I3. The play is concerned with the modern psychology of children. The four Masters children, Harmer QBob Shirleyj, Buff fBarbara Bales-Evangeline Harwoodj, Linda fsara Wilkinson-Harriet Councill, and Corey fArnot Mitchelll, are spending the summer in Massachusetts. Their mother, Nan fMary Jo Scottl, is to be married that summer to Armand Sloan, the profes- sor fjames Burkhardtj, but before she marries, the children's father, James Masters QBob jacksonj, comes for a to weeks' visit, and to talk about the di- vorce. He is a conservative, old-fashioned man and has a hard time when con- fronted with the chilclren's modern viewpoints. By helping each one, how- ever, he wins their love, thus uniting a happy family, while the professor steps modestly out of the picture. Maria fAngie Barrerasj and Gabriel fDan Tru- jillo, furnish the comedy. The stage crew constructed as the setting a cozy little summer cottage that was quite effective. The director, Miss Shepard, has the respect of A. H. S. for her continued production of entertaining plays. Dramatics, '38 EIGHTY-FIVE 5 15155, .1 .P ' I ,, H, ,, I+.. T36 ,J ,V ez , , 5932 ' Q A J' .MSM It Q ,555-2 'fl sfgfifi if 'A ' :MFT l A scene from 'the senior' play, "A Man Should Have a Wife" THE SENIOR PLAY N March l 7 and I8 of this year two plays, instead of the usual one, were presented by the seniors. The casts are to be congratulated on their splendid success. The first, "A Man Should Have a Wife," written by the Cornell University Players, opens in the dressing room of a Little Theater, where Dolores Smith flVlary jane Whitej, the "make-up" girl, is busy with the guests. During the course of the evening she makes up Adelaide ldala Dade Cliathryn Ciral, and Melpomene Wimpus Uuanita Nolanj, both of whom tell her that Basil Pendragon Chis voice by George Hemenwayj is in love with them. After the play both girls rush to the dressing room to meet Basil. Their surprise is shared by the audience when Basil Pendragon calls for Dolores Smith instead of either of the other girls. The chorus girl fMaude Sieglitzj was very amusing: each of the rest of the cast contributed to the suc- cess of the play. The excellent work of the stage crew was doubly appreciated, for they had to arrange two complete sets in the short time between plays. Dramatics, '38 , EIGHTY-SIX 3, ,,.-4,-,,,nl'b"AMr4"-'f'm?- PM w..,r , ,A 4i,v1g.u f W A scene from the senior play, "Tho Man Who Married a Dumb Wife" THE SENIOR PLAY CC HE. Man Who Married a Dumb Wife," a farce in two acts by Anatole France, is the title of the second senior play. Master Leonard Botal, judge QBob Brashearl, tells Master Adam Fumee, Lawyer CGerald Robert- sonj that he is very sad because his wife, Catherine fCarole Hendricksl, is dumb. He finds that a dumb wife is very disadvantageous. Master Fumee suggests that Master Botal engage several of the leading surgeons to make his wife speak. Master Simon Colline, Doctor fBob Mosierl, Master ,lean Maugier, Surgeon fDonald Downeyj, and Master Serahn Dulaurier, Apothe- cary fRobert Creenwelll succeed in loosening Catherines tongue. But woe is the result! Catherine talks continually-much to the vexation of Master Botal. Finally in his despair he has the surgeons make him deaf. All the cast sing and dance for joy. The fourteenth century costumes and setting were very original, and the supporting cast increased the hilarity of the play with their antics. We are all grateful to Miss Shepard, the dramatic director, for her con- tinued patience and excellent supervision. Dramatics, '38 EIGHTY-SEVEN A scene from "The Pirates of Penzance" THE OPERETTA HE annual operetta, "The Pirates of Penzance," written by Gilbert and Sullivan, was given at the Albuquerque High School auditorium April 28 and 29. The scene is a rocky seashore on the coast of Cornwall, a pirates' rendezvous. Through a misunderstanding Frederick's nurse, Ruth fKath- leen Kirkpatrickl, makes Frederick fsam Costalesl a pirate instead of a pilot, as his father wished: Ruth is in love with Frederick and tells him that she is the most beautiful girl in the world. Frederick, however, sees the Major- Ceneralis daughters, and knows that Ruth lied. l-le falls in love with Mabel, one of the daughters CDorothea Caldwelll. Although he is 21 years old, he was born on leap year, therefore the pirate king fcnlenwood Shockeyj, wish- ing to keep him, tells him that by rights he is only five. The pirates are going to kidnap the Major-General's daughters, but they find out that the Major fBob Jacksonl is an orphan and it is against their rules to harm an orphan. The police raid the rendezvous, thus bringing the happy end: for the pirates are all noblemen, therefore the Major gives them his daughters. Frederick, no longer held by the pirates, marries Mabel. lts swift-moving, exciting drama was enjoyed by the audience. The beautiful rocky scene merits considerable praise for the stage crew. Miss McManus, the director, by her excellent supervision, made the operetta a superior dramatization. Dramatics, '38 EIGHTY-ElGHT 0 0 0 Identification- Gerald Hein and John Patton at work . . . The pirate flag . . . Head first . . Going up . . . Control box behind the stage . . . THE STAGE CREW HE background of the many school dramatics brings to mind the ever busy stage crew, the students who build the appropriate settings, adjust the proper curtains, and project the multi-colored lights. lr is their work that places the finishing touches to all stage productions. This year two students, John Patton and Gerald Hein, and one apprentice, Marscelle Lambert, com- pose this group. l-leretofore there have been from six to eight students in the crew, so we will have to extend more credit to this small group for doing the same amount of work. They spend many hours of labor in doing their part for not only school plays and assemblies, but all outside dramatics 'that are presented on the high school stage. To repay them for their services, they are given a cooperative ticket free and complimentary tickets when they want them. It is not by these gifts, however, but by a true appreciation of their labor that they feel amply rewarded. Let's give praise where praise is due- and they deserve praise. Dramatics, '38 EIGHTY-NINE 9'CLUBS . . . Cluln form a very important part of school alfairs. lf edu- cation is to take any effect. it has to reach out to personal in- terest. Our cluln are formed along many interests and when- ever there ia demand another club is formed. 0 I 0 Identification- l,c-ft to right. Delmte C'lub's gigantic zulvn-1'tising,: . . . Off for tho mountains . . . Maybe- iL's lovv . . . G. A. A. bicyclv party . . . Tumblers' tm-chniquv . . Music by ii1'vlig'ht . . . Latin Club in action . . . Spanish Club Ilillbillivs. Clubs, '38 NINETY-ONE 0 0 0 ldent1ficat1on- Left to right. First row: Leona Coherly, Dorothy Moore, Betty Jo Hatch, Montelle Moyers, Margery Hoshor. Second row: Frances Chavez, lgnacita Ortiz, Mary Frances Malone, Dorothy Ann Jones, Mary Lou Joyce, Willomue Quick, Mary Jane Irons. Third row: Rose More-tto, Marjorie Fife, Ruth Barn- hart, Betty Jo Hinds, Ruth Ford, Martha Nell Bowman, Miss Johnson, spon- sor . . . Otficersz Margery Hoshor, Dorothy Ann Jones, Betty Jo Hatch. CORRESPONDENCE CLUB T EACH of the bi-weekly meetings a different country is the theme of the Correspondence Club. The members read their letters from the theme countryg and a scrap book, a doll, and food peculiar to the country add to the interest of the meetings. lt is the purpose of the club to give students a chance to become friends with other lands. Two very special treats this year were talks by Mrs. Peter Van Dongen and Miss Katherine Keleher. Mrs. Van Dongen talked of the Netherlands as she showed pictures and souvenirs that she had brought from there. Miss Keleher spoke about lreland, where she visited last summer. Talks given by non-club members arouse more enthusiasm in the countries. A teacher of Spanish in the faculty of A. H. S., Miss Lois Beckett, en- tertained the club at one meeting with a talk on Spain. Aside from the regular meetings, there were several parties, including Halloween and Valentines Day celebrations. The last meeting of the year was a picnic. The club has no dues and obtains its fees for refreshments and dolls from candy sales. There were thirty members this year. The oflicers were: Dorothy Ann Jones, president: Margery Hoshor, vice-president: Betty ,lo l-latch, secretary- treasurerg and Miss Johnson, sponsor. Clubs, '38 0 0 0 ldentlfication- Left to right. First row: Lucille Morgan, Virginia Shirley, Miss McGowan, Betty Ruth Allen, Dorothy Davis. Second row: Mary Ann Olin, Lois Bost- wicli, Beverly Carrick, Ada Mae Simpers, Mild1'ed Stuver, Jean Thompson, Dorothy Ann Jones. Third row: Donna Jayne Kercheville, Laura Belle Mc- Follum, Wilnu Gillespie, Ruth Kinney, Ruth Bebiber, Virginia Schneider, Mary Horton. Last row: Mary Eunice Paulk, Neva McGlamery, Mary .June Garroti, Glenda Berry, Barbara Dunlap. CURRENT LITERATURE CLUB HE purpose of the Current Literature Club is for high school girls to be- come better acquainted with the modern authors and their current writings. The club holds its meetings on the first and third Thursdays of the month. At these meetings reviews of the latest books are given. Also reviews in the New York Times book section are discussed. During the year, visits are made to the Public Library, the University Library, and the downtown book stores and rental libraries, where thorough examinations are executed of the ar- rangement of the books. Several social gatherings have been held this year: one at the home of Acla Mae Simpers, a Christmas party at the home of Ruth Kinney, another at the home of Ruth Bebber, and one at the home of the sponsor, Miss McC-owan. The officers for this year are Wilna Gillespie, president: Jean Thompson, secretaryg and Betty Ruth Allen, treasurer. Members: Betty Ruth Allen, Ruth Bebber, Glenda Berry, Lois Bostwick, Beverly Carrick, Dorothy Davis, Barbara Dunlap, Mary Jane Cereity, Wilna Gillespie, Mary l-lorton, Dorothy Ann Jones, Donna Jane Kercheville, Ruth Kinney, Laura Belle McCollum, Lucille Morgan, Neva lVlcGlanesy, Juanita Nolan, Mary Ann Olin, Mary Eunice Paull-1, Virginia Schneider, Virginia Shirley, Acla Mae Simpers, Mildred Stuver, and Jean Thompson. Clubs, '38 NINETY-THREE QMS , ,jeff ' f wfyj Www!! I J l V' f J fl I I ,N 0. A f f ' 7 . I , ' Lvl 0 0 0 Identification- hf i I Upper left, first row lleft to rightj :'0tt'ide1's-Addalene Starrett, Mary Ellen O . ' , I Koch, Reba Rutzg second row: George Almes, Roberta Warren, Laura June .iff i. N L JJ J' N ' r' x ?r Y f V. ,Lt L: 'W Jia-, . A . ,, 1 g' , I A Q . M Pr., at ., Blount, Bettie Jamison. Upper right: Slaves and masters. Left center: Club meeting. Lower right: Latin Club group. ' LATIN CLUB HIS year has been a very successful one for the Latin Club sponsored by Miss Madalene Hendricks. Membership for the club is open to all students now taking Latin. The club meets on the second and fifth Thursday of each six weeks. These meetings have consisted of reports about subjects akin to Latin, panto- mimes about the more familiar myths, plays, and games. ln connection with the meetings there have been many interesting and enjoyable parties in com- memoration of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Valentines Day. At the latter party each member made valentines with Latin verses. This year the club adopted a permanent pin which is a Roman eagle of gold with the words "Latin Club," and the name of the club, S. P. R., in- 'K . scribed beneath it. The club has supported itself with the proceeds from two very successful candy sales held in January and in April. With the money thus earned, the club purchased Roman coins and some Roman relics for the Latin museum. iii? 'f-f Clubs, '38 jr wwf.-97 NINETY-FOUR 1 ,. ,paw "f3i..w-"' 'HT ' A .L 0 C 0 Identification- Left to right. First row: Lillie Mae Payne, Mary Jean Steidley, Mr. Simpson, Pearl Freed, Ma1'y Alice Farnham. Second row: Allen Hammond, Eugene Thorne, Ronald Smith, Rollin Schneide1', Dan Trujillo. Last row: Eddie Apo- daca, George Almes, Wright Morgan, Albert Rey, Lawrence Gollner, Ray Strong, Wayne Springfield. Snaps of the club members. THE DEBATE CLUB NE of the first undertakings of the Debate Club was a high school radio broadcast given in cooperation with the Peace Club. This offered a stim- ulus to the consideration of the futility and expense of war, proposing instead a reasonable and honorable program of peace. Early in the second semester the club presented an assembly debate on the resolution: that the direct primary should be adopted by the state legisla- ture. A cross-examination form of debate as used in which four teams of five members each participated in the discussion. A novel system of student judges was employed representing the state senate, thus offering forty-eight students chosen from the Honor Society to render their decisions upon the proposal. The negative lost I3 to II in the first assembly and I7 to 7 in the second. An inter-school debate was held April 6 with a team representing St. lViary's School in the first assembly on the question, Resolved: that the sev- eral states should amend their constitutions to provide for the adoption of the unicameral system. The judges' decision gave the victory to the negative team of St. lVlary's School. ln the second assembly both the affirmative and negative teams were composed of club members. The entire assembly par- ticipated in the judging and rendered a 340 to 338 vote in favor of the negative. Clubs, '38 Tlic Spanish Club en masse Nato Hernandez Nettie Lucero Flora Tafvyu THE SPANISH CLUB V HE SPANISH Club is founded upon two fundamental aims--first, the furtherance and preservation of Spanish and Mexican culture, and second, the fostering of fellow-feeling be- tween Anglos and Spanish Americans. This year the Spanish Club presented a pro- gram for the Teachers' Convention and an evening program during March under the di- rection of Miss Lois Beckett, who directs dra- matics. Along with Mr. Dionicio Costales she has had a boys' group and also dancing and sport activities, such as skiing, bicycling, skat- ing, etc., with Miss Anita A. Ayala. A Hal- lowe'en costume dance, a Christmas party, a banquet, a picnic, and a spring formal have been among the social activities. It is to be hoped that the Spanish Club con- tinues as an instrument of understanding and good will in our school. Clubs, '38 NINETY-SIX 0 0 C lclentiHcation- Left to right. The cosmopolitan project of Spanish Club. Nato Hernandez, Mexican . . . Margaret Owen, Swede . . . Annie Salais, Aztec Indian . . . Jean Flory, Dutch . . . Dan Judd, Jew . . . Rob Roy Marchant, Scotch . . . Helen Ross, Spanish . . . Claire McCloskey, Irish . . . Gwendolyn Neibel, German . . . Mary Lou Joyce, English . . . Esperanza Flores, Mexican . . . Marcelle Day, Cherokee . . . lirnestine Day, Negro . . . Ruby Park, Gringo . . . By the light ot' the fire . . . Tarzan Beware. Clubs, '38 NINETY-SEVEN .any iv .4 , 0 0 0 lclentification- Left to right. Come out from behind those feet, boys . . . Jesse Trujillo . . . Now, Qirls . . . Seene in the mountains . . . Spanish Club Christmas party . . . Ready Lo 3:0 . . . Spanish Depurtiuent . . . Mr. Norris, an unnecessary element . . . Pienie. Clubs, '38 'Q 0 0 C Identification- Lvft to right. Spanish Flub officers . . . Sam Costalvs, winm-V ni' amatvui' hour . . . Jvssiv Diaz . . . Oops. you spills-ml it . .. Miss Ayala . . . Miss Montoya .. . Mrs. Norris .. . Miss Bn-ckvtt .. . Hull-11 Ross anrl Fuca l'c-rm-Z Sam Vustalvs . . . SCOIIO from AANUl't0iill1l'l'iC2lY10 on Mojicou . . . Go easy, Han . . . UIYic01's again. Clubs, '38 NINETY-NINE ll E Ili . .,.....,..w.......W....... Lq,,, ...sf Y , , . A... YKV, ,-... I ...W . , . , an ir. it .N 7 , Mfr-f4 www' N -g ,ary - - ..-.....,,,. , l -.i'I'l...L gag:-5, V g, . Z 4 ,.:..: ,.... .... .. ,.,. .... . . . , ,.,. ,, ., gg ..,,..,v, ....... ...J .. 1.52, M . ., - 'W---f--W AJ- f- ' ...-:-rf:-1. zz ..- , ,I - 33--ff-'fe-'Lila-. zfT'i:':T.::1 ,l.....'fA'. ll .,., . . .... 1.5 z 9 ...,'.fI.'IIf, QL.. V it , 3 ..ii1.' i.m.l5L'5 Mt. .... . 0 I 0 Identification- Left to right. First row: Boone, Dixon, Jamison, West, Kirkpatrick, B. Simp- son, Wallis, D. Simpson, Powell, Hoffman, Giannini, Hayes, Cheuvront, J. Cummings, York, Rutz, Mock, Miller, Shirley, Bebber, Kinney. Second row: J. Hanosh, Park, Ratcliffe, Spink, Pavlantos, Carrigan, Bueche, Brewer, Har- ris, Hendricks, M. McCarthy, Lee, Dunsworth, Woodson, Lantowe, Plleider, Guest, Robertson, McCahon, Rutz, Garcia Gomez. Third row: Bales, P. Ha- nosh, Stockdill, Olin, Bostwick, Ross, Kees, Barton, Wagner, Condon, Billings, Richardson, Coberley, Gants, Cole, Murphy, Simon, Smith, Tharp, Denton, E. " McCarthy, Schingledecker, Nelson, Council, Wilkinson, DeRamus, Marshall, Knudson, Harrington. Fourth row: Sharp, Kalka, Hatch, Moyers, Johnstone, Fleming, J. Baca, Salazar, Tidd, Bruce, Simpers, Carmichael, Wilson, Olney, Barber, Scott. Fifth row: Archibald, Hill, Smith, F. Simpson, Chavez, John- son, T. Baca, Johnson, Christian, Bottorff, Robertson, Schooley, Luster. PEPPER CLUB HE PEPPER CLUB is indeed one of the foremost clubs in high school. The Pepper Club girls can be seen at all football games wearing green skirts and white sweaters, also displaying enthusiasm and school spirit. Drills were presented at the games, each drill being different. The annual lnitiation Dance was heldg seventy-five members were initiated. A Pepper Club assembly was held February 5. The program consisted of several vocal selections given by Peppers, and also a satire on the fairy tale "Snow White." It was greatly enjoyed by everyone. One of the highlights during the Christmas holidays was the Christmas formal held at the Student Union Building. The annual banquet and spring formal were held at the end of the year. New officers were installed. The fine success of the Pepper Club in the 1937-1938 school year is due not only to the invaluable assistance of Miss Truesdell and Miss Jenson, but also to the efforts of its most efficient officers, who were: Reba Hoffmann, president: Rita Giannini, Vice-president: Carole Hendricks, secretaryg and ary Powell, treasurer. Clubs, 'ss ONE HUNDRED .'2l'm11iD331..:::a,,'l xI fn-'PX-xx X' Presse: NX X, 1 i . K I l l I L l 1 I l l l I Q 0 0 0 Identification- Left to right. Pepper Club members decorate the goal posts . . . The four . . . Hoffmann tells Coplen how . . . Pepper Club drills with band . . . Willa Mae Boone . . . Dorothy Walden . . . Carole Hendricks . . . Hung up . . . Snow White . . . Bebber on skates. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED ONE I 0 0 ldentification-- Left to right. First row: La Verne Barton, Jeannette Schulz, Virginia Lee, Muriel Barton, Violet Sallee, Mary Landsaw. Second row: Bill McConnell, Miss Jones, Miss Goddard, Mable Fulks, Anita Crevoisier, Sara Jane Blount. Last row: Jack Mafit, Louis Laney, Bill Newlander, Jack Shelton, Herbert Dick, Albert Rey, Ronald Smith, Edward Dittert. ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY dl-IE ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY was a very active organization this year. Only students who are really interested in archaeology are eligible for membership. lt is probably the only organization of its kind in the United States. A great cleal of archaeological work was done in the museumg most im- portant of which was arranging exhibits in the museum cases, studying the artifacts in the cases, mending pottery, classifying geological specimens, and studying Indian burials. Several field trips were made to Tunque, the society's chartered ruin. The excavation of the kiva was completed this year. It was one of the most interesting and helpful studies for the students. Among some of the im- portant discoveries made during excavation were a very crude stone altar, many charred logs, some loom holes in the kiva Hoor, and a fireplace. Social activities this year included a Christmas party in the museum, the annual banquet on March I5 at La Placita. On April l9, a Faculty Tea was sponsored by the society in order to present the museum displays. The club participated in a broadcast from the school on May 4. Officers for the second semester were Leroy Eggert, presidentg Herbert Dick, vice-presidentg Muriel Barton, secretaryg and Violet Sallee, treasurer. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED TWO C 0 C lclentification- Left to right. Betty Marshall, vice-president . . . Virginia Shirley, treasurer . . . Ruth Bebber, president . . . Patsy Brewer, secretary. GIRLS' LEAGUE HE GIRLS' LEAGUE has tried to reach every girl in school in one way or another. This year their program for I937-i938 was worked out after the officers considered the primary purpose of the league is to be of benefit to each girl who enrolls in Albuquerque High School. This year the Girls' League inaugurated a new idea in teas-that is, giving a tea for eacll of the classes. One February 21 over 200 sophomores attended their tea at the Woman's Club. The junior Tea on April 25 and the Senior Tea on May 27 met with the same success. Following the tradition of previous years, their first social event was the all-girls' mixer on October 27 at Washington gym. Over 300 girls, attired in all types of costumes, attended. The annual Fall Fashion Show was given in an assembly on November I7 with fourteen models. - Completing its activity program for the year, the Girls' League gave an entertaining assembly on March 3l. The officers were Ruth Bebber, president, Betty Marshall, vice-presi- dent: Virginia Shirley, treasurer: Patsy Brewer, secretary: and Miss Jenson, sponsor. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED THREE '- rm f tiij . "Z e ,gm fx. 2' V 3 13 .J""'FW fixup'-L C 0 0 ldentification- Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov Nov Deb. Left to right. Ethel McCarthy, Joy Looper, Rachel Billlngw, Ruth Zucchc, officers . . . Girl Reserve members . . . At the ond of the trail . . . All aboard! GIRL RESERVES Calendar 1937-38 . 29-Seventy-five girls attend organization meeting and elect Joy Leeper, president: Ethel McCarthy, vice-presidentg Rachel Billings, secretaryg and Ruth Bueche, treasurer. 6--Along with G. A. A.,, the G. Rfs go roller skating and picnicking. l4-l-layseed got in our hair on our "Moonlight" l-layride. 23-Forty girls spend the week-end at the Blue Triangle Lodge in Cedro Canyon. . I8-lnitiating services and a spaghetti dinner at Y. W. C. A. . 29-Started series of Handicraft meetings to learn how to make dif- ferent articles. 2-Doughnuts--doughnuts-dozens of them were sold by the G. Rfs. Dec. 7-A theater party. Then lots of eats. Dec. I3-Presents for all at the Christmas party. jan. 22-More fun at our first Girl Reserve dance. Feb. Mar l9-Snow party in the mountains-cold feet and red noses predom- inated. ch I4-Games party at the Y. W. C. A.-all sorts of new games. April l2-Again the skating rink withstood the punishment of the G. R.'s roller skates. April 23-Annual round-up. Round-table discussions, luncheons, and two hundred or more G. Rfs running around being businesslike. High School goes to camp and breaks in new dormitory, which has forty individual bunks. May 8-Mother's Day tea. May I2-Final banquet to bring an end to our busiest year. I 4 -5..fm.'i J Sxwwgrzi- W- Clubs, '38 gl CHE HUNDRED FOUR fr .ax .. 'U'."lk uf ,sv 5 Qs' ' 'A' 4. 'V' ,S u MTR I 0 0 ldentlflcatlon- Loft to right. On the way . . . Time out for Post . . . Bct it's cold . . . Home at last. . . G. A. A. me-nmlmurs . . . Rita Giannini, Ruth Hul'1'ing'ton, and Montulle Moyers . . . Swimming: at the Y . . . Bowling. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED FIVE 0 0 0 Identification- Top: Natalie has Bai'bzu'a in the air . . . Ruth Ha1'1'ing'ton on top . . . Pyramid . . . Middle: Formation . . . Where to, MiIl'ShHll'! Bottom: More formations. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED SIX l l if g g 0 0 0 Identification- Left to right. First row: Wayne Springfield, Phil Hardin, Leon Thygesen, Kenneth Gunn, Charles Lutich, Jack May, George Hemenway, Homer Spens- ley. Second row: Albert Ford, Troy Morris, Arnold Erdal, Tom Rogers, Tom Zalaha, Mr. Reeves, Tom McCarthy, Albert Rey. Third row: Steve Koch, Tom McClelland, Mr. Reynolds, Mr. Cristy, Mr. Tate, James Buss. HI-Y 66 O CREATE, maintain, and extend throughout the high school and com- munity high standards of Christian character," is the purpose of the Hi-Y Club. It is a unit of the National Federation of Hi-Y Clubs, which has membership throughout the entire United States. Under the guiding hand of the Advisory Council, Mr. Tate, Mr. Reeves, Mr. Cristy, and the sponsor, Mr. Reynolds, the club has gone through a very successful year. Large groups were present at all meetings where talks by leading men of the city, discussions, banquets, and gym nights were held. Other activities were picnics, ski trips, and a basketball team. The club officers were Steve Koch, president, George Lutich, vice-pres- ident: Bobby Stamm, secretary: and Tom McClelland, treasurer. The committee chairmen were George I-lemenway, program: James Bass, membership: and Homer Spensley, social. The membership of the Hi-Y is made up of juniors and seniors of the high school who are interested in furthering Christian ideals and Christian leadership among high school boys. Those members whose pictures do not appear with the above group are Bobby Stamm, Everitt Clayton, Bud Waha, George Crowe, Bill Newlander, Lawrence Gollner. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED SEVEN QL. Mm. ' N F. F. A. Group at Hicks' Dairy FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA HE course in vocational agriculture is designed to help boys realize better practice of farming and get a pleasure in their work through scientific practices. .The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of boys study- ing vocational agriculture in the public high schools throughout the United States. Since the founding of the organization in I9Z8, forty-seven states, the territory of Puerto Rico, and Hawaii have formed associations of Future Farmers of America. The purposes of the organization are CI I to develop competent, aggres- sive, rural and agricultural leadership: Q21 to strengthen the confidence of the boy in himself and his workg C31 to create more interest in the intelligent choice of farming occupationsg UU to create and nurture a love of country life: C59 to improve the rural home and its surroundings: C61 to encourage cooperative efforts among students of vocational education in agriculture: and f7J to encourage organized recreational activities among students of vo- cational agriculture. In many high schools the F. F. A. has been the principal thing that has helped keep boys in school long enough to realize the importance of their other work in school. Officers were L. Braught, president: Tom McDougall, vice-president: I... P. Ford, secretaryg Milton Krough, treasurerg john Gribble, reporter: and lVIr. Beumer, advisor. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED EIGHT , st J! ll I., Pm I . K. Jllf 6 O O ldentlficatlon- Left to right. Back row: Carlyle Blumenthal, Nano Lucero, Sam Sutherland, Tom McCarthy, Dan Limpert, Bill Newlander, Homer Spenslcy, Mickey Quinn, George Almes, Rollin Schneider, Roland Pyetski, John Paul Logan. Second row: Cecil Smith, Roland Smith, Alvin Gleason, Carl Cramer, Bud Boehning, Wayne Springiield, Albert Ford, Albert Rey, Alan Bail, Mildred Stuver, Juan- ita Nolan, Elaine Boardman, Doris Linn. Front row: Alyce Mares, Eleanor Medcveson, Marjorie Fife, Ruth Bebber, Ada Mae Simpers, La Verne Barton, fgllt? Barnhart, Muriel Barton, Pauline Cheuvront, Emily Dunsworth, Ruth 'on . THE RIFLE CLUB HE RIFLE CLUB was not organized this year until the second semester because of an afternoon class in the machine shop. The range is large enough for three men shooting prone and four shoot- ing off-hand. Because of the short time for practice, post matches with other schools inside and outside the state were not held, as was originally planned. The club was divided into a boys' and a girls' division. The boys' di- vision was divided into three teams, two made up of advanced members, and one of beginners. The girls' division was divided into two teams. Matches were held between the boys' teams and between the boys' and girls' divisions. Ofhcers were Bud Boehning, president: Bill Newlander, vice-president: and Tom McCarthy, secretary-treasurer, for the boys, the girls' ofhcers were Ruth Ford, presidentg La Verne Barton, secretary, and Elaine Boardman, treasurer. Team captains were Albert Ford, Alan Bail, Sam Sutherland, Ruth Barnhart, and Mary Jo Scott. Mr. Hitchens was the instructor, and Mr. Harrington and Miss Keleher sponsored the club. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED NINE OTHER ,, LUBS form an important part of the activities of the school. Each student should be able to choose from the large variety, at least one club in which he is interested. By participating in club work and activities, a student's outlook is broadened. He learns to be self-reliant and dependable. By mixing with other students, he learns the true meaning of cooperation. Many of the most capable leaders of the school have developed from doing small jobs well. For the first time in almost six years, fencing has taken its place among the sports of this school. The purpose of the Fencing Club, which was or- ganized March 2, l938, is to further the sport in Albuquerque High School. ln the course of time the work of the club will probably be turned over to the athletic department. An attempt is being made to have fencing in gym lasses for both boys and girls next year. Officers this year were: Tom Mc- Carthy, presidentg and Allen Hammond, vice-president and secretary. Coach Renfro was sponsor. There were fifteen members. Although there as no formally organized ski club this year, winter sports and activities were enoyed by a much larger number of students than ever before. Favorable snow conditions and increased ski running facilities fos- tered the rapid improvement of student skiers. In February, Coach Wilson's idea, a ski meet, was carried out. With Mr. Reynolds as coach, the boys went to Los Alamos. Although no strict competition was held, the Los Alamos boys proved to be more expert in handling the skiis. The Youth Peace Service, or Y. P. U., as it is commonly known, is a branch of a national organization which plays an important part in encour- aging the peaceful attitude of our nation. Although the unit in our school is small, it enjoys the sympathy and good will of a large part of the student body. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED TEN X. x ,, CLUBS lts members are attempting to reach an intelligent solution to one of the most important problems confronting mankind. ln cooperation with the Debate Club, it arranged and presented one of the first high school broadcast pro- grams. Characterized by the unassuming qualities of its objective, this group will slowly but surely reach its goal. The Garden Club, organized March 25, l938, is one of the newest clubs in the school. lts purpose is the beautification of the school grounds. Many flowers, mostly perennials, were planted in front of the Manual Arts Build- ing. These have been given by people interested in this club. Plans for an HA. H. S." in green and white, in front of the M. A. Building, are being made. The work and effort of this group are sincerely appreciated by the entire school. Officers were: Molly Balderson, president, Glen Jackson, vice-pres- identg and Sam Sutherland, secretary-treasurer. Miss Cook was the sponsor. An attempt was made this year to organize a stamp club in Albuquerque High School. However, because of the lack of interest, the idea was aban- doned. Mr. Tate was sponsor. The purpose of the A. H. S. Cooperative Club is to encourage greater student participation in all student activities at a minimum cost. Membership is open to all members of the student body. Because of the Co-op Club, many more students are able to attend the athletic, dramatic, and musical events of the school. The members are also entitled to subscriptions to the Record, Yucca, and La Reata. Through school clubs each student has an opportunity to take part in activities, to meet with others having the same interests, and to form friend- ships which may last for many years. Clubs, '38 ONE HUNDRED ELEVEN 'WEATURES . . Now we come to a section which is new-an added attraction, so to speak. In this section we have tried to picture as many students as possible, a little hu- mor, ancl an advertisement for the school. 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IIII 1 Is., , -I .I ...- ' r "W f Q :' 4 u n ' 1 H' N. - ' 'I r . ' I. 45 III, I-I.. .'.'-.'-f- ,- Q.. ..,. . ,I.I:n-.II I III: 0 0 0 ldentification- Loft to right. Thanks for thc lift. . . Mr. Cramer, musician . . . Experiments in Physics . . . Picnic. CALENDAR Monday, Aug. 30-The school board forgets that it is still summer and sched- ules registration for today. Tough luck, Elmer, l told you that you should have graduated with the class of '34. Wednesday, Sept. l-Dignitiecl seniors resolve never to let the school down. Friday, Sept. l7-Record predicts the gym's opening by January l. Saturday, Sept. l8--Bulldogs wade through Santa Rosa. A good start, boys. Monday, Sept. 20-Stoogents are roused from a third period nap by a new mixed chorus accompanied by a riveter on the gym. The clocks say 5 o'clocl-t. Saturday, Sept. 25-Bulldogs narrowly miss victory at El Paso by 33 points. Friday, Oct. I-All our Garbos are foiled as Mr. Ream announces that Miss A. H. S. is out of date. Many fems drop school. Tuesday, Oct. 5-The clocks still say 5 o'clock. Wednesday, Oct. 6-Yeager and Print Shop Co., lnc., issue general challenge to the Record Staff. Friday, Oct. 8--l..a Reata sets picture deadline at November l. Monday, Oct. l l-Yucca urges dreamers to put their reveries into writing. Wednesday, Oct. I3-Senior politics climaxed by a close election. Winning platform calls for shorter hours and higher wages. Friday, Oct. l5-Cheer up, stoogents, only 43 more school days till Xmas vacations. Monday, Oct. 25-Mr. Nylander launches unemployment census in study halls. Pupils complain of more home work. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN x xg. 0 0 0 ldentification- Left to right. A. ll. S. from tho air . . . Mr. Thompson, 0HQ'lI'l0L'l' . . . l'lcldic Apodacu, Record standby . . . Ponce- strike . . . Ono exposure only. Wednesday, Oct. 27-Girls play Drop the Handkerchief and London Bridge at the l-lallowe'en party. P. S.-A male of the species crashed the gate in a good costume. Thursday, Oct. 28--Time marches on! And now the clocks say tick-tock. Friday, Oct. 29-The Pride of Old Oxtail goes down in defeat before the Sen- ator from the Ozarks. Yes, Elmer, the "bull" is still flying thick and fast. Tuesday, Nov. 2-La Reata extends deadline to November I5 and pulls the sob stuff. Thursday, Nov. 4-lVliss Phillips states that all transfer seniors must take the Junior Achievement Test. Perhaps that accounts for our low amount of transfers. Monday, Nov. 8-Forty-five candidates turn out for the opening of basket- ball practice. Stamm tells us that we are a cinch to keep our state basket- ball title. Monday, Nov. l5-l..a Reata begs for all pictures before Thanksgiving so that they may enjoy their turkey. Saturday, Nov. 20-ln a game marked by superb passing, excellent running, wonderful kicking, leadership, etc. . . we wallop Tucson l2-0. Wow. . . Wednesday, Nov. 24---Everyone lugs the family sock to school for the Thanksgiving offering and promptly gets sick to enjoy free medical attention. Tuesday, Nov. 30-Parent-child co-operation urged by Eddie Apodaca: students to teach parents the Big Apple, parents to do the home-work. Friday, Dec. 3--Latin Club chooses their pins. Come on, girls, now's the time. Tuesday, Dec. 7-Record states that the new gym will be ready for use when the basketball season gets a good start. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED FOURTEEN 0 0 0 ldentification- Left to right. Our main athletics, basketball . . . Track . . . Football. Friday, Dec. I0--Bulldogs win first basketball game from San jon. Stamm tells us we are a cinch to gain another state title. Wednesday, Dec. l5-What's this school coming to?-Record headline, Ninety Students Are Members of Honor Society. Friday, Dec. I7-School's out for this year, kiddies. Now you can go to the mountains on week days without that guilty feeling. See you next year, and l do mean you. Wednesday, Dec. 20--Twenty-two footballers recommended for letters. Girls forget University players and set their hats for "A" pins. Oh, my great big, handsome, bashful, brave football hero, have you an "A" pin? Friday, Dec. 24-Seniors clean chimneys and hang stockings for Santa Claus. Hanna wants a blonde, Craig a 1938 model, and Smith a club to beat the girls off. Friday, Dec. 3l-Happy daysh, hic. Wednesday, Jan. 5-A. H. S. girls go to Y. M. C. A. for swimming and bowl- ing. Yes, Elmer, the boys don't go that night. l can't help it. Monday, jan. I0-New Mexico high schools join National Athletic Associa-A tion. Now coaches will not have to say nasty things about other schools secretly-they can do it openly. Thursday, jan. I3-Coronado Cuarto-Centennial work starts. It is to be done by l940. The early bird gets the worm-we mean tourist. Tuesday, jan. I8-Record believes that our gym will be open by the second semester. Thursday, Jan. 27+What this school needs is a good five-cent cigar. Tuesday, Feb. l-Now's the time to be glad it isn't leap year-or is it? Thursday, Feb. 3--Hanna doesn't know how to put all his politicians on the senior committees. Features, '38 ii ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN Z , . .......,m. W 0 0 Identification- Loft to right. Main gym . . . Girls' gym . . . Boys' warm-up room . . . Girls' showers. Friday, Feb. 4-Seniors meet and decide that there should be no more school on Friday afternoons. Tuesday, Feb. 8-l..a Reata decides to swindle stoogents again with two cov- ers. There begins a hurry-up sales campaign for cash. Wednesday, Feb. l6-Yucca announces short story winners. Now I can sleep in peace. Wednesday, Feb. I6-Debaters fight over direct primaries. lt's still gov- ernment of, by, and for the people. Thursday, Feb. l 7-Record tells us in an exclusive interview that they simply have to go into mass production as they will soon have to print I25 copies if their exchanges increase any more. The exchanges now num- ber l l3. Friday, Feb. l8-Tumblers present an amateur hour. Yes, Elmer, they made a dollar on ticket sales. The admission price? Oh, that was 31.00. Monday, Feb. Zl-The Record attempts to change the course of events by conducting a poll. We make the editorial column of the town--a- pardon me, the city paper for the result. Wednesday, Feb. 23--Track men demand dressing rooms for the track as girls start going to see practice early, but strike soon called off. Friday, March l l-Mrs. Roosevelt tells us we have a wonderful band. Hein needs a can-opener to get his head out of his tuba. Saturday, March l2-Pod'pils get lost going to schools and arrive just in time for second period-Oh, this is Saturday, isn't it. No wonder the door was shut. Monday, March 21-The Record informs us that the new gym will be open by May l. g Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN 0 0 0 Identification- Left to ri-ght. Bob Greenwell's one ambition . . . More Spanish Club . . Virginia Shirley and Pepper Club's Miss A. H. S. Thursday, March 24-Spring football banished by N. M. A. S. Small won- der that the girls have taken a sudden interest in the University. Tuesday, March 29-Stamm tells us we are a cinch for a state title, in bas- ketball. Friday, April I-Students go balmy trying to read the Record. We think it would be better if the paper would carry out their threat and print a blank column. Friday, April I5-The new gym ought to open by May I, says the Record. Wednesday, April 20--The fever for rocket streamlining takes Record. All six readers claim that it gets them into trouble, as they don't have time to read more than the headlines in class. Monday, April 25--Stamm tells us we are a cinch for a state title, in basket- ball. Wednesday, April 27-Kiddies carry home report cards and give parents that old sales talk about really working this next six weeks. Thursday, April 28-No, Elmer, l can't go out tonight: l promised Mom I would stay in tonight if she would advance my june allowance. Monday, May 2--Senior Johns and Janes air tonsils for the first time since New Year's Eve in Commencement tryouts. Friday, May 6-juniors Hing annual prom. Senior boys band and throw out stags and stews-well stags, then. Wednesday, May I I-Seniors go through the new gym and find millions of swell places for autographs. Friday, May I3-Music department gives their spring festival. Thursday, June 2-Stamm tells us we are a cinch for a state title in 1939. Friday, June 3-Where were you on the night of June the third? Brashear models what you almost wore. Wake up, Foo. School's out. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED SEVENTEEN 5.1 J- , lv 'off - W 1 1 , 1, vga- Lv L1 G' V Y L' L ' kj . QW x KA A y ww ,VW y Mfg? X fl 'U A 0 0 0 Identification- Left to 1'ig'ht. There sh0uldn't be school on Friday, anyway . . . Sho must watch her diet . . . And now to school . . . I hope nobody se-es mo . . . She- still has ton minutes on that hall pass . . . Say, did you hour about Abner -1 Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED EIGHTEEN is ff' 0 0 0 Identification- Lvft to right. U1'l'21ll1iI1f.Y . . . Rushing' out of class . . . Bm-lwm-vim class Tvlls tho boss shu's XVllI1fl'll :lt hmm' . . . 1.1-isurvly homv. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED NINETEEN X W xx, A f. f K ff' W ' . G? vj-Z-.,?v f,., A 1 0 0 C Identification- Left to right. Now she remembers a meeting' . . . This is house-cleaning' . . . She may g'o to a show . . . 01' 21 meet . . . Afterwards Z1 ride . . . Saying: good- bye 1,0 Elmer . . . An ounce of preventative is worth Il pound ol' cure. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED TVVENTY 0 0 0 ldentification- Left to right. A little exercise . . . The pause that iw-fiwshes . . . l-l0mewm'k's 21 bother . . . So she picks up Elmer and refreshment . . . But She must hem' .lack Bonny . . . Hel' desk at school Monday. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED TVVENTY-ONE 0 0 0 Identification- Imft to right. Typing' room . . . Lib1'z11'y . . . Bookkom-ping . . . Much rlruwing . . . Print shop .... A uto shop . . . Welding' room . . . Wood shop. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TVVO 5' 1 0 0 0 Identification- lim-ft to 1'ig'ht. Mr. Conlcc and Mr. Hornbake-1' settle it like gentlcnivn . . Miss Allcn in the library . . . Solid figures . . . One way of finding out you! tvst ggrzulv . . . c'02lChYS jokes knocked thvln clown . . . No mike frigght hc-rt . . . l"U0tIJI'lIlt,S on tht- sands ol' timo. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED TVVENTY-THREE I 7' nfrfjf NIU 'l 91" I 0 0 0 ldentiHcation Left to right. Them was the good old days . . . My hero . . . Cheerleader . United We stand . . . Coramae Anderson . . . Drama . . . Coach Wilson . Stunt hand . . . An operetta . . . Tumblers. ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FOUR Features, '38 0 0 0 IclentiHcation- Loft to rightl. Main today . . . Our hero . . . Eva-ry mam for himsclf . Senior play . . . Coaches . . . Band in stunts . . . Bulzmcv . . . The opcrotta Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED TVVENTY-FIVE P4 ,ff 0 0 0 Identification- Lvft to rigght. Cirzx-Burt . . . NICGl'0g'0l'-CLIIIIIIUHLIS . . . Shockoy-l'I1mo1'u . . . I':u'k-Hanna . . . Moyc-1's-Greenwcll . . . McDaniel-Mabry . . . Vzlught-Lyon iWCGllil'l'-J21CkS0fl . . . Eddl0lH2lH-yY01'k. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-SIX P N.--v 0 0 0 Identification- Loft to right. The ski ta-am at Los Alamos . . . Stzuiing' Coach Rcnfro . . . Winter sports . . . Physics lab . . . View from E1 windshield on 21 moonlight night . . . Ice hockey at Los Alamos. Features, '38 ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-SEVEN "ATHLETICS . . . The third great part of school life is the sports. 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I-I I --II I - -, I -- 4,. ., -' .-'dp Ir- .5 . '- 'Jn .I -.V - -'- II . I I . I . I III- IfI IIIII- ..., . I . ,QI I ... I VIII I-I1 IQ I,..,.-,I I. - , 1 . :I . ,. 4,II- I . 4. - I Ib. JI, .4 . , W I ,I .I. II III, 44, -,I II I I. . I. IIIIQI I I . .I 1 I., III.. I -II.In, -III. I I.:I I I.I. .T I.I'III I III,.I II '. aI. ..Q. ,.I.x I.. I I III '- -- I WP- .' -.-u " jf. -.' 1 4 .' '- . .. .. . I-...M 1 :'nII I4', -1- - I' '. ,. " vu, - -A J. II.I - --I 1 .. , - -f. . g,- ' o-" .I .'4I'. 'I-." 1 Q 4sI-. ..- - - ,, - -I II, .I- CHEERLEADERS Franklin Pierce, Rita Giannini, Bob Brashear Major parts in the wheel of school activities are filled by the Cheer- leaders. Great responsibility falls upon them as they are the chosen managers of all school athletic contests and pep rallies. If their work is not at its best these three receive unjust criticism from both the participants and observers in spite of the fact that their power lies wholly in the group with which they work. Personality, popularity, patience, and power of control are the essentials of the Cheerleaders. If any of these characteristics were lacking the students would immediately declare their three representatives unfit for the job. For the outstanding work done this year by our pep squad unlimited praises go to Frank Pierce, Rita Giannini, and Bob Brashear. Their untiring efforts of determination have brought out the sportsmanship qualities in which Albuquerque High School excels. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE A ,-f""N f COACHES Coach Renfro listens to some of Wilson's details. Coach Wilson has to keep warm too. With another year gone by our Coaches turn their attentions, not only to thoughts of next year's combats, but to watching the progress of the characters which they helped to mold in many of our school members. Championship teams have not been the sole object in the work of Coach Wilson and Coach Renfro, but teaching their squads sportsmanship and co-operation. Their lessons have been gratefully received and acknowledged. Coach Wilson, head coach, has spent many years coaching in Albuquerque High, training the Bulldog teams into positions of prominence in the scholastic sport circles. Coach Renfro puts the undergraduates into position for training under Coach Wilson. It is easily seen what a successful combination of Coaches Albuquer- que High School possesses by the high rating of the Bulldog teams. Athletics, '38 Mmm . -'gl' ?,....c,X ONE HUNDRED THIRTY W-New V . 'ffitfwzi -ge. 5--2 W' hi, A 0 0 0 identification-- Imft to right. Mis conipaidros. ., Instructions, no buck talk ha-rv . . . Santa Rossi lunkiiig' for tho ball . . . Third from lc-ft, fourth row-thut's my pop . . . Mura- Szmtzn Rosa . . . Sufi-way Storvs vntortairi the football playf-rs of M1-nuul, St. Mui'y's, and Albuquurquo High . .. At tho suniv bzlnquvt, "Mai" lim-cha-, thu lozistlnustvr, sits pt-zicofully bvsicit- Mcn:1ul's Ilvrmmdvz. ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE i- x 1 4 v 1 le it e . 0 0 0 lclent1f1cat1on- 3 . 1 3 i Left to rlght. Tanner, end . . . Eggleston, tackle . . . Dyche, back . . . Johnson, f back . . . Miller, center . . . McIntosh, end . . . Duran, back . . . Crowe, tackle . . . Jorgens.en, back . . . Bueche, guard . . . Romero, guard. gg' 5 , gf f H, oNE HUNDRED THIRTY-'rwo -' 2 -afrf kkkrk UAwxPHN' -,g 'M' 55' 112-,W V., I 0 0 Identification- Left to right . . . Powers, tackle . . . Boehning, end . . . Baldonado, back. . Nunncry, back . . . Craig, end . . . Darrow, back . . . Miles, ond . . . Wcttvrhus guard . . . McCartney, back . . . Baca, end . . . Middlesworth, guard. ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-THREE Q One Santa Rosa back surrounded by six Bulldogs. Bulldogs 21--Santa Rosa 0 Football season was off to a flying start when the Bulldogs scored an easy victory over Santa Rosa. Darrow, Nunnery, and McCartney carried the brunt of the offensive. The first score was made on a pass to Darrowg the second, a line plunge by Nunneryg and, the third, as a result of a series of long runs' by McCartney and Nunnery. Bulldogs 0-Austin High 33 Invasion on the part of the Bulldogs proved disastrous for them in their second game. The team got off to a bad start when they began fumbling in the beginning of the game. By the time the team got to clicking the game was too far goneg however, the second half proved to be a hard fought battle in which Texas scored only once. Bulldogs 39-Santa Fe 0 Once more on the home field, the Bulldogs turned to smother the Capital City Demons in an eventful game. A fumble, an interception, and spectacu- lar aerial work accountdd for the home te:am's points. Backed by the whole team ,lurgenson Miller, Baca, Darrow, and Barela were responsible for the mayorlty of the points Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR 1' "-x , v f ' wr-si i R, ""v,.. ' 'R1-1..-' ' A X ' .Q ww- One of the punts against Santa Rosa. Bulldogs 6-St. Mary's O ln the first intra-city game of the season the Bulldogs came out on top with a hard-earned victory. A pass from Baca to Craig, and a line plunge by Duran accounted for the Bulldog points. The Canines stood up well under stiff competition in this game. Bulldogs 0-Menaul 6 A wet field, bad luck, and the Menual Panthers worked together to defeat the Bulldogs in their first loss on their new Bulldog field. ln the second quarter Nlenaul recovered a fluke punt deep in Canine territory and marched up the Held to score. A steady drizzle played havoc with the Bulldogs' passing attack to turn the game into an uneventful struggle. Bulldogs 12-Belen 7 ln a fast and exciting game brimming with passes and long runs, the Bulldogs defeated the Eagles by a five point margin. A long pass from Baca to Craig accounted for the flrst tally: and a recovered fumble followed by a line plunge resulted in the final Canine score. The game was an evenly matched one: a hard fought battle with both teams getting their share of the ubreal-cs." Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED Tl'llRTY-FlVE I I fi. xmas., we - - M "Walloper" Duran takes a beating from three Las Cruces Bulldogs. Bulldogs 33-Las Vegas 0 On their own modern dirt field the Las Vegas Cardinals received a severe beating from the Canine eleven. The first half of the game was fairly even while the sceond period was little more than a tackle meet. Craig scored three touchdowns and Tanner, two. lt was easily seen that when the Bulldog team was clicking they could not be stopped. Bulldogs O-Roswell 14 Under the lights at Roswell the Coyotes proved too strong for the Bulldogs as they won a decisive victory from their opponents. Unable to get their aerial plays to clicking, the Bulldogs were at a stand-still when their line plays were also bottled up. One spectacular 35-yard pass was not enough to score the Bulldogs, so they carried home another defeat. Bulldogs 12--Las Cruces 13 P ln the season's most evenly matched game the boys from the southern city kept the Bulldogs guessing during the whole game. A blocked punt and a fumble opened the way for the Bulldog tallies. However, the strategy of the Cruces eleven led them to a one point victory. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-sux Tanner shows Tucson's Badgers, Arizona champs, some fancy running. Bulldogs 12-Tucson 0 Defeat of the Arizona State Champions proved to be the most thrilling game of the season and the Bulldogs made it this way with their best turn-in of the year. For the first three quarters both teams held to prevent any scoring by their opponents. During the last quarter, however, the Canines crossed the pay stripe twice on long passes. The entire Bulldog attack was completely coordinated and every member worked as a highly geared machine. SEASON'S REVIEW With the passing of another year, we pause and review the events re- cently completed. The football team seems to have found difliculty in win- ning games, but it left records of sportsmanship and interesting games. After losing a heart-breaking game to Las Cruces, the Bulldogs rose and avenged the lone defeat of last year's team by defeating Tucson's Badgers I2-0. It was a coincidence that the '36 Bulldogs went to Arizona as New lVlexico's champs and lost the game, and that the next year Tucson came here as Ari- zona state champions and lost the game. Twenty-one players made their let- ters this year. The season's record stood at six won, four lost. Two of the games were lost on the home field, as Menaul won 6-0 on a rainy day, and Las Cruces scored one extra point and the Bulldogs failed to make the point This broke the record set by last year's team of winning on the home field. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN i al- W. ,v "' K " W. f xg,f"i.5'f" ry X . . , . X . I 0 I Identification- First row fleft to rightb: Baldonado, Lucero, Johnson, Giannini, Craig, Bueche, Wettcrhus, Mclntosh, Baca. Second row: Jurgensen, Marquez, Wick- ham, W. Otero, Dyche, Middlesworth, Duran, Sherritt, M. Otero, Barela, Stag- ner, Boelming, Tucky, Romero, Eggleston, Tanner, Powers, Miller. Third row: McCartney, Burgin, Gorman, Roberts, Miles, Jackson, Hitchens, Mur- dock, Darrow, Crowe. BULLPUP FOOTBALL I A second team is always formed from the remaining boys who go out for football but do not make the Bulldog squad. These boys are placed under the f. supervision of Coach Renfro, who teaches them the fundamentals of football s from the bottom up. Equally as many games are played by the Bullpups as ,dh by the more experienced Bulldogs. The games are played with other second AL class teams from different high schools and junior high schools. A record that 3 - , would be a credit to any school was the result of the Bullpups' season compe- tition, as they suffered no losses from any team on their schedule. 2. Q nr '55 . Basketball A -Magi An exceptionally large Bullpup basketball squad turned out this year. ln basketball, as in football, the Bullpups are taught the fundamentals of the game. ln their numerous games the Bullpups get the necessary experience to place them in position of attaining regular berths on the Bulldog five. Due to 'V the large group, the squad was divided into three teams: the Bullpups, the V Bullpup Reserves, and the Toy Pups. Each team ranked well up on the per- centage list of its victories with the different schools. 5 5 H 5 Athletics, 38 59' 5' , Vnq, oNE HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHT ,tr 're' .A A 9 lqwngn,-mnf.ae.'-:.x,a.-ws-Tfxfiw Q-,-it fit V, ,M W .5 x, ., .,.--,gfsff M Identification- Iioft to right. Couch Wilson and Floyd Harris, of last yu-:11"s Iiiillflmrs, go ovvi' tho scori-book . . . Craig' takvs the tip-OH' . . . Luke-n tukvs a practice- shot . . . Bullpups . . . Action against tho 1-X-champs . . . Iiullmlogs tukv on ihv l"1'vshnn-1. for p1':u'tic-v lwforv District Ms-vt. ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE 0 0 0 Identification- Lcft to rigrht. Tzmnvr, all-state folwvzuml . . . Ih11'1'mv, forxx ull C 1 ug, lll clistrici CUIHUI' . . . Millcr, g'uzu'd . . . Baca, g.yuzu'ml. ONE HUNDRED FORTY 0 0 0 Identification- Loft to right. Rico, fO1'VV3,l'd . . . Sanchez, f01'NVii1'd . . . Griffith, Conti-1 Fhavez, all-city g'uzu'd . . . Loki-n, g'llkl1'd. ONE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE 17' "Basketball . . . . . . It was a smooth playing, well timed basketball team that Coach Wilson placed on the floor for the first Bulldog game. ln the opinion of many observers this year's quint was an equal to the '37 team, but competition was greater and the team did not show up quite as well. ln a pre-season opener the Bull- dogs showed up well against the '37 c h a m p s, although they dropped the game 33-25. ln their first scheduled clash the Canines came out on top 47-20 over San Jon. Traveling to Los Lunas, the Bulldogs held their early gained lead to defeat the Los Lunas quint 32-3l. During the holiday sea- son Forest and Socorro were sent home with unappreciated defeats of 34-22 and 44-I6 respectively. ln their first game against out-of- state competition the Canines won a 29-28 see-saw tilt from the Mesa Jackrabbits. Rivalry reached its peak in the St. lVlary'sBulldog game, in which the Bulldogs "put on the steam" to forge ahead for a . . . Tanner makes a goal against So- corro . . . Craig warms up. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FORTY-TWO final score of 2l-l6. Unable to pull out of the previous year's rut, Hobbs took home a 30-22 loss in spite of hopes for a victory. Defeat crept into the Canine ranks in the Lordsburg game, in which the vis- itors came out on the long end of a 2l-I5 score. An invading Ros- well team fell before the onslaught of the Bulldogs 27-l4 to put the home team back in stride. ln a northern invasion the Bulldogs chalked up two victories more for their list. Canine forwards proved too much for Las Vegas and Raton, as each suffered a 46-I6 and 34-28 defeat respectively. Getting back in intra-city compe- tition, the Bulldogs looked good for a district title as they trimmed Menaul 29-IS. After several fa- vorable performances, the Bull- dogs were slowed up a little in the Cruces-Albuquerque g a m e, in which Cruces took home a 27-20 winnerg however, t h e Canines showed no ill effects of the loss in their next game. They sent the Santa Fe Demons back to the cap- ital city with a 28-2l defeat. A . . . Darrow comes in for a set-up shot . . . Miller goes after a high one. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FORTY THREE "5-nl victory over Belen made hopes a little brighter for the district cup in the game which the Eagles dropped 28-2l to the Canines. ln a one-sided tilt in which the Bull- dogs substituted freely, an easy 35-I4 victory was reached over the Normal High Quint. ln the following game the Bulldogs hit a snag and lost their second game to the Frosh, 35-23. Unexpected op- position in an eastern state inva- sion upset the Canines sufficiently to give Clovis a 33-32 margin. Coming back strong the next night, the Bulldogs came back with a 35- l 8 victory over the Portales five to balance the loss on the invasion. Meeting with hard luck at the close of the season, the Canines dropped three straight games on invading trips. Rough-house tactics spelled a 33-32 defeat against St. Micha- el'sg a slam bang Gallup style up- set the Bulldogs by a difference of 23-2l 3 and a fast-breaking, quick- shooting Fort Wingate quint turn- ed the tables on the invaders in their last game of scheduled com- petition. . . . Baca displays his super-shot . . . Chavez takes a chance seldom given a guard. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FORTY-FOUR DISTRICT TOURNAMENT ln one of the hardest fought bat- tles of the tournament the Bulldogs laid claim to the city title and cham- pionship of Disirict Three in their battle against their old rivals, the lndians. A last minute rally helped the Canines to nose out a one-point victory over the Braves by a 2 l -20 score. ln the lower brackets the Bull- dogs el-:ed out a I9-I 5 victory over St. lVlary's. ln the next brackei the Albuquerque five recovered from uneasiness to swamp Magdalena 55-325 however, in order to subdue a stubborn qint. the Bulldogs had to use many brilliant tactics in the semi-finals to defeat the Belen Eagles in a 29-I 7 game. Raymond Tanner, Roy Craig, and Ed Chavez were selected on the district first team. STATE TOURNAMENT For the first time in many years there were no favorites in the state tournament w h e n the district champs met at Santa Fc for the final games. ln the first round the Bull- dogs were matched against the Santa Fe quint. After two overtime periods in which Griffith sank a free shot and Baca a field goal, the Duke City five managed to nose out Santa Fe 26-24. Gallup, in the Bulldogs' next game, for the second time dur- ing the season in another overtime period defeated the Bulldogs l4-l 3 to eliminate them from the fight. The Gallup Tigers advanced to the finals to be overpowered 5 3-32 by a small eastern side championship Five from House, who took home state honors for the first time. The Bulldogs placed one man. Tanner as guard, on the all-state team. . . . Sanchez gets his chance . . . Rico sneaks in for a shot. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FORTY FIVE ul 'J' iii ia JW J 9,1-" , ., , f v. - . f We-'X ,,.,.,- 'l- i -H i Q' .MMM-My ,.:, - ,, L. - , - L- Lk w ' . T-Seli g . ' f . , W- ':'- . , . Q7 f , f we 1 .--Lf K ' -' m e ' sf::wEfffi'i.,sff'lA- v -f 5 A K . I J 'f YLLL - . K - - ' - A - . -,gn . .A.- V+ K .-wb . L. v . F I W ,.x ve-gm. H .wi3p:,..2W,g,.,r...?i.f:.x i QR .K 1 "-'- xflslg fe llw- , X 0 0 0 Identification- Left to right. Get Set . . . Over the top . . . Echohaw'k taking' the hurdles f0l the freshmen . . . Craig in a high jump . . . Hard work . . . Bulldog relay just be kind, Menaul . . . Warm up . . . Loken takes a ride. A , ,1,M. Athletics, '38 ,J-we -QQ ,-A ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SIX 1 ' ""' W' 'Z ' Q-, . ,is ..,.fi,,,.f,,- vm, l w l 1 0 C 0 Identification- Left to right. First row: Gorman, Giannini, Snelling, Hoeye, Lierer, Dyche Pierce, Chavez. Second row: Greenwell, Hitchens, Sherritt, Barela, Harmon, Schwartzman, Springfield, Eidal. Back row: Schubert, Jones, Loken, Logan. TRACK RACK practice was limited to only a short time because of disagreeable weather. The group of boys that turned out were all new material except for but two returning letter men from the "37" championship team. ln a short time the team had the fundamentals well enough to hold the inter-class meet in which the seniors emerged with a 78 to 29 and 28 victory over the juniors and sophomores respectively. ln the first dual meet the Menaul team scored a 77-45 win over the Bulldog track men. The next event on the sched- ule was a relay carnival in which several schools over the state participated. ln spite of their showing in the carnival, the Bulldogs were unable to keep on top in a meet against the Frosh, in which they ran a close second to come out with a 63-59 loss. ln the district meet the Menaul Panthers piled up 67 points to take the Bulldogs by more than 25 points: however, the Bulldogs qualified ten men for the state meet. ln the state meet the Canine team came out in fourth place with I3 3-4 points against 46 I-2 points against the Hobbs championship team. Three state records were broken by Baggett of Hobbs: the high hurdles, l5.4g the low hurdles, 25-85 and the high jump, 6' I". Dell of Estancia also broke a state record in the mile by lowering the time to 4:3l.2. Bulldogs who placed in the meet were Craig, high jump: Garcia, l00 and 220, Loken, pole vaultg Leirer, Barela, Stamm, and Garcia in the relay. First place went to Hobbs, with 46 I-2 pointsg Menaul, second, 25 pointsg Floyd, third, I4 points: Albuquerque, fourth, I3 3-4 points. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN V ' i I 51- David Simms, Bob Stamm, Donald Downey TENNIS .OR the third consecutive year the boys' tennis team turned in an outstand- ing performance. State honors in the singles again went to Stamm for the third successive season, a record which, no doubt, will stand unbeaten for many years. ln winning his title Stamm defeated Hunker of Las Vegas 6-l, 7-5. ln the doubles Downey and Stamm bowed to l-lunker and Phillips of Las Vegas Q6-4, 6-l A large number of boys turned out for the spring tournament late in April. Competitoion was unusually keen and the matches were fast and in- teresting. A2 a result of this tournament the players were selected for the re- maining positions on the team. There were several matches with other schools in which the Bulldog team showed up well. Stamm, Simms, Rehm, and lVlay played against the Vegas team in the first scheduled match of the season. There were other matches with Los Alamos and Vegas in which the Bulldogs kept up to their high standards. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT GOLF N SPITE of the fact that all members of the golf team were new men, the state trophy remained in the possession of the Bulldog team. ln the state match Zeke Gutierrez became state high school golf champion by downing E. Gutierrez of Alamogordo three and two in the finals. Zeke won his way to the championship round by defeating his teammate, G. Sanchez, two and three in a semi-final match. The Alamogordo runner-up also defeated his team- mate in the semi-windup with a three and two score. ln the second flight, Smith, of Albuquerque, took Davidson, of Roswell, five and four to win the finals. Smith stopped Johnson, his teammate, six and five in the semi-finals. Hopes for another championship golf team next year are running high, as this year's champ is a junior, and will be back again next year to compete for state honors. Bulldog members in the state meet were Gutierrez, Sanchez, Smith, johnson, Carson, Chavez, Cohenour, Guild, Gladden, and Springer. BASEBALL X OR the first time in several years the Bulldogs turned to baseball for addi- tional honors. The team was under the direction of Mr. N. G. Tate. Lack of competition was the only hindrance that the team met. Out of five games played, the Bulldog nine won four. Three games were played with the Albu- querque lndians, one with the Santa Fe indians, and one with St. lVlary's. Boys who played on the first team were: Duran, Shew, Tanner, Boehning, Miller, Darrow, Baldonado, Beirne, Colclasure, Sierra, White, and Jourdan. Bulldogs .A W, 9 Indians , , 5 Bulldogs . 9 Indians , 3 Bulldogs , .. ZI St. lVIary's 3 Bulldogs . - 8 Santa Fe indians 3 Bulldogs l indians 2 Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FORTY-NINE A 54... tgff , . if " e 'K if r m E :S if if ' if . Ai, IX 1. . 5 S5 4 : of me . . , 0 0 0 Identification- Lvft to right. G. A. A. hike . . . Basvhull . . . Throw' MllSkf'i,C1l'l'S . . . Lunch timv . . . Thl'0c2-lm-ggrvmi rzxcv . . . Girls' 'gym classes. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FIFTY L V 0 0 0 ldentification- Left to right: Thelma Jones, Frances Vidal, Joy Leeper, Rita Giannini, Betty Marshall, Kathleen Kirkpatrick. TENNIS NDER their tournament "jinx," the girls' tennis team lost out in the state meet. The Bulldog representatives in the girls' matches were Kirk- patrick, Vidal, and Giannini, winners of the spring tournament. Kirkpatrick was eliminated by jewett of Roswell, while Vidal advanced to the semi-finals and was defeated by Jewett for the singles crown. The doubles also went to the Roswell team of jewett and Duffield when they downed the team of Kirk- patrick and Giannini from Albuquerque. The winners of the girls' fall tournament were Thelma Jones in the singles, and the doubles team of Leeper and Vidal. Thelma defeated Vidal, while Leeper and Vidal took Marshall and Giannini. ln the spring tourna- ment Vidal downed Kirkpatrick for the singles championship, and the Kirk- patrick-Giannini team beat the Jones sisters. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FlFTY-ONE 'Hi l Jaan f .glilx vwgbfw 0 0 0 Identification- Front row: Sally Lucero, Marta Aragon, Rita Giannini, Theressa Paiz, Betty Marshall, Ruth Harrington, Natalie Luster. Back row: Rosie Black, Betty Lansing, Mary Elizabeth Hayes, Annie Sue Rogers, Kathleen Kirkpatrick, Katherine Kimble. BASKETBALL HE senior basketball team proved to be the best team in the inter-class basketball tournament. The seniors defeated the juniors for the class championship. The junior and sophomore classes entered two teams apiece. Basketball is always a popular game for the girls, and a great deal of rivalry was shown in the class tournament. More than fifty girls participated in this tournament. Mary Elizabeth Hayes' sixth period team defeated the seventh period team under Captain Rita Ciannini in a hard, rough game, which was played before a large audience. The final score was I6 to IO. Playing on the sixth period team were: Leontine Houston, Kathleen Kirkpatrick, Kathryn Kimble, Betty Lansing, Mary E.. Hayes, Rosie Black, Annie Sue Rogers, Ruth Burnett. The seventh period squad was composed of the following players: Rita Giannini, Sally Lucero, Betty Marshall, Theressa Paiz, Marta Aragon, Natalie Luster, Evangeline Sandoval, Ruth Harrington. The rules followed this year were of the new variety, in which the two- court playing area was used. ln this type of game there are three forwards and three guards. The throw-in replaced the center toss in starting the play. These changes speeded up the play, as the games this year were much more exciting than they have been in the past. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO be .L :W .L-1' 1.1 8' ' U5ilKwm't,54.1-J:":"' N Q A x- 0 0 0 Identification- Front: Teresita Barela, Mary E. Hayes, Ruth Harrington, Virginia Thurber, Kathleen Kirkpatrick, Betty Lansing, Jeannette Burgin, Crucita Garcia, Ollie Lee Harrington. Back: Flora Tafoya, Toniasita Gutierrez, Angie B21l'l'L'l'ilS, Rita Giannini, Katherine Kimble, Ethel McCarthy, Joy Leeper, Betty lVIzxrsh:1ll, Martha Clayton. VOLLEYBALL lTH more than a hundred girls participating in the inter-club tourna- ment, volleyball proved to be one of the most closely contested tourna- ments in the history of Albuquerque High School. Teams from the Spanish Club, Latin Club, Peppers, C-irl Reserves and Girls' Athletic Association bat- tled, or rather volleyed, it out until the Girls' Athletic Association came out the victors. Volleyball is a game in which everyone can participate and learn to play with some degree of skill. The first teams of sixth and seventh showed they were particularly skilled when they defeated the University and the Print Shop boys in hard- fought games. The High School girls defeated the University by quite a wide margin, but had more difficulty in mastering the Print Shop Bruisers in an overtime game. Sixth period defeated the seventh in the intra-class play-off. Leontine Houston and Martha Clayton were volleyball captains. Members of the First teams from both classes were: Martha Clayton, Angie Barreras, Rita Giannini, Ruth Harrington, Joy Leeper, Esta Mae McCourt, Betiy Marshall, Virginia Thurber, Olie Lee Harrington, Ethel McCarthy, Flora Tafoya, Teresita Barela, Leontine Houston, Kathleen Kirkpatrick, Marie Balling, Betty Lansing, Velma Bauer, Ruth Burnett, Crucita Garcia, Christine Herndon, Mary E.. Hayes, Jeannette Burgin, Jean Branson, Tomasita Gutierrez. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-THREE E. I ' J gfts it f 5:33, Ya' fit. 4 L.. 4. , , 1 a, , Qs r .9 it Q J 0 0 0 Identification- Front: Martha Clayton, Jeannette Burgin, Ruth Bebber, Joy Leeper, Ada Mae Simpers, Mary Elizabeth Hayes, Kathleen Kirkpatrick, Ruby Smith. Back: Mardell Spiker, Annie Sue Rogers, Virginia Thurber, Ruth Harrington, Angiv Barreras, Betty Marshall, Rita Giannini. SPEEDBALL OMBINE the forward pass, punt, place and drop kick of football, the passing and other hand work of basketball, and the footwork, general technique, and ball of soccer, and you have speedball, The game rightfully was termed "speed" ball, as it is one of the most speedy games in the girls' program. This is the second year that speedball has been played at A. H. S., and it has gained in popularity in this short time until speedball is now branded as one of the favorite sports. Kathleen Kirkpatrick led the sixth period to victory over the seventh period, which was led by Angie Barreras, in one of the most exciting tourna- ment games of the year. Sixth period's superior passing ability accounted for their win. The winning squad was composed of Leontine Houston, Ruth Beb- ber, Annie Sue Rogers, Jean Branson, Mary E. Hayes, Ruth Burnett, Rosie Black, Ruby Smith, Jeannette Burgin, Ada Mae Simpers, and Kathleen Kirk- patrick. The first team for seventh period was: Rita Giannini, Joy Leeper, Ruth Bueche, Annie Salais, Mardell Spiker, Betty Marshall, Mary Anna Bushnell, Virginia Thurber, Martha Clayton, and Angie Barreras. By the number of spectators that gathered around Hopewell Field every afternoon to see the girls play speedball, it was evident that it is a game that is exciting and interesting to watch as well as to play. Athletics, '38 ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-FOUR ,.-- LN-- Z 0 I 0 Identification- i Front: Leontine Houston, Christine Herndon, Marion Jones, Frances Vidal, Mary E. Hayes, Jeanette Burgin, Ruby Smith, Kathleen Kirkpatrick, Annie Sue Rogers, Blanche Northcutt, Back: Ruth Harrington, Martha Qlayton, Mardell Spiker, Mae Shoemaker, Angie Barreras, Annie Salais, Rita Glanmni, Joy Leeper, Ruth Bueche, Betty Marshall. SOCCER OMETIMES called the ncirls' Substitute for Football," the game of soccer has many very exciting features which make it one of the favorite sports in the physical education program. Soccer is one of the most popular sportsx. in England today, and it migrated to the United States from that country. It is only in recent years that soccer has been included in the women's sport cur- ricula. Previously, it had been considered too rough for girls to play, but soccer now has a firm foothold, and the roughness makes it even more excit- ing. The girls in the sixth and seventh period gym classes did not seem to mind the many misplaced kicks fwhich missed the ball and hit their shinsj, but really did enjoy playing a game in which the feet are the main weapons, and the hands cannot be used at all. The final game of the soccer season between the two classes proved to the onlookers that soccer is a "real" game. In that exciting game the seventh eked out a narrow victory over their less experienced opponents. No intra-mural games were played in soccer, due to the factors in the, game which demand a great deal of training and practice. However, the A. H. S. and University girls played each other, with the High School proving that they were the better players by defeating the University by two goals. Members of the first teams were: Jeannette Burgin, Frances Vidal Marion jones, Christine Herndon, Blanche Northcutt, Leontine Houston Kathleen Kirkpatrick, Annie Sue Rogers, Ruby Smith, Ada Mae Simpers, Mary E. Hayes, Betty Marshall, Ruth Bueche, Ruth Harrington, Annie Salais, Martha Clayton, Estella Sawtelle, Rita Giannini, Joy Leeper, Angie Ban-eras Mardell Spiker, and Mae Shoemaker. Athletics, '38 Y ONE HUNDRED F'lFTY-FIVE 11 The Gang AJ Professors AUTOGRAPHS AAA All AUTOGRAPHS JA Athletes AA Big Shots ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 'U' ACING the task of publishing an annual, we of the staff had our great fears and worries alleviated by the infinite cooperation of all with whom we had the pleasure to work. The advice of Miss Olson, the judgment of Mr. Ream, the vast patience and ingenuity of Mr. Holcomb, the cooperation of the faculty and students, the value of our business houses, the work of the print shop, the donations of time and material by various individuals, and the help of our janitors in allowing us to work at the oddest hours-all made our work a pleasure. If next year's staff should get a part of the cooperation given us, their annual should be a success. AAA AA A New Mexico Paper Company . . . . ' . Albuquerque Engraving Company Babcock Cover Company . . . Camera Shop of New Mexico. . w.,g,. ,, 3. 1 , fs, .- YE-T'liTJ:'i C'16',,-Fi L-flizbi .L Ll-:T f Jw- Q. Af.. gm- - 1' nf' if 3 Q .+..-'H ." 4 f' 1 '-1 .1 K. .F bf. . 5 if '. , , ' Qs- -,F " I U. W . XF, 3,x.,,, if V..-. 4.- .-., 'z Q, , V .kk .Bk 'Q x 'S . ,M , L pn ' .Q V ,n.,,.. 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