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

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G. A. 3. DICK PFNNY Tlansfer Des Momes. Iowa Basket ball 3 Huntmg and Flshlng Club 4 F A ANDRFS PFRFA IVA PFTTIFORD G A A 4 HAROLD PFAFF Football 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball A Clu BETTY PFLEIDER Pepper Club 2 3 Opeletta 4 Cantata FLORENCE PLOMTEAUX Pepper Cflub 2 3 4 French Club 4 Florence Nlghtmgvale Club 4 MARY ALLEN POUND Peppel Club 2 3 4 Cantata 3 VIVIAN PURDY MICKEY QUINN Ski Club 3 4 Rlflc Club 2 '3 CFCILIA RAEL JOSEPHINE RAFAEL C A A 3 4 Tumblers Club 4 Gul Reserves 4 Florence Nlghtmgale Club CONSTANCE RIECHMAN A 3 O A T 3 C 'I' P1 LAWRENCE RINEHART Plans and Pollcles C0mmltt6C 4 MARTHA ROBERTSON MAX ROBY Yucca 4 Senior Play Announce-ls Club 4 EUFELIA RODULFO Seniors TH IRTY oNE :QQ 1 ML fQc04,ZQ'j EMM F. . '. 4. S J 5 , . 5 . . 1 1 lj 4. 1 v 1 4. ' I I O. G. . 5 . .J . 5 f. 'n 4. BETTY Jo ROBINSON ' ' Q. 1 5 . ,. . . S l 'L ' ll 1 f 'J 5 - ' ' 1 5 . 5 A5 Y .V A .ea - . 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PRUDY SANIIJOVAI A TFD SCIFANI '- BOB SCHNPIDPR I' H1 Y 3 Gold A rn FDWIN SC HUFTZ Cantata.3 4 Opuctm I l Hlll L Band 3 BARBARA SCOTT D101 Pliy 3 Opumttl 11111 u 2 3 4 and Z G 4 A3CT3IltlHClllZ 'NIORMA SCOTT pu Club2 3 1 O CARMEN SFNA CHFSTFR SCOTT BETTIE JOY SHARP pelclubz 3 4 c A I C SHERMAN Tlansfel Fl Rlto Nonmal Op1'et1 3 4 Cantata 4 MARY LOUISF SHFRRITT l Gold A Operetta 2 3 2 3 4 Jun1o1 Play 3 Gnle T1103 4 Fun u 4 Club 2 A Capellx 3 DAVID SIFGLING JFANFTTF SILVFI A A A 0 ouc Reiuves 4 O G A 3 Tumblus Club 4 PAULA SIIVION Pepper Club 2 0 4 Latm Club La Reata 3 4 A1cheolog'v Club 3 Cuuent L1te1atu1L 3 Student Gox e1nment 3 CONNIIF SIMONTS ARLFNE SMITH MARY ANN SMITH 1n Club 2 3 O C A P p61 Club 4 R111 Club 4 BFTTY YVONNIF' SMITH ll Resolves 2 fmtzta 1 1 C T Pm DFRRAL SMYTHF SARAH SOLIS G A A 3 4 Flounu N11.,htm ala 4 COIIGSPOIIGQIILG Club 3 4 Semors 1946 90 'QQ'- fd wa GN' '75 fr X ...cw Vwzd pdl ,J-K.:-UW MZ' X x O !4v" I .Q-J Sway ICV JSM ,wafo 4' .uiurfma-f' CJMJMJ4 LMA M4 THIRTY THREE UU! 447 QR Aff? 1 4'-A-ffrk f-A X 4.f uf vena 445341 fl' ' 1 ' 4- 6, I " ' , if 'af A7 'J 1.4.1 hh W .,. y Tl., 5 q Zh ,I U X v lo . pf '13--1, . . 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Johnson xx ho Nunn to hrva hrs fingrr rn even pu, V101 Prrsrdcnt, Truman Rnd thr imlloxx xx ho lrkes government, .md Srrrrtxrx Treasurer, Jam Agnew, xx ho un L rt rll hard on the ues Xourx tlll dlplomd trmr, F00 juniors ISAAC ABFYTA SELIA AIRA DONAI D ALDP RMAN MARY LOU ALFQHIRF C FARY ALLFN FAVIOI A ANAYA MARIORIF ANTOINI FFDI' I INTA ARFHUI I TA OVALDO ARMIIO LOPHFLIA ATHFRTON BFRNIC I' AY I' RS AI BFRT BAC A DAN ID BACA FPH BACA NI AY BACA KATHFRINIF BAIL FDWARD BAI FOMB MARY LOU BALI FNTINP BARBARA BARTH FMILU BARTON DAVF BFARDON GFORGF BFNAVIDFS 'VIARCFLLA BI' INAN IDI S CHARLI' S BI' NJAMINI NIATALIF BFRNADFTT MARTHA BLUDW ORTII CAROLINIF BOC Ix 'VIIMI BOLLEQ DORTHY BROW N 'NIAYIINF BULI OCK DONALD BUNTI4 N DARRFLL BURC HFII' I IJ WIARJORIF BURNI' T'l ELEVYN CAIN LOIS CAMPRON TINO CARRILI O FRANCFS CARTP R CFORGF CAQI' ZANF CAUDILI ADELF CHAVF7 juniors- t 'D'-Q 55 I Sax! ,AFORTY-ONEY . O -.A E. D1 as I 6 ff IX, 331 X ANNA CHAVEZ BP INNIIF CHAVEZ RALPH CHAVFZ QHIRLEX CHAN FZ X ICTOR CHAVFZ DONALD CLFGHORN BFTTY CLFMFINTS RUTH ANN COLCLASURI' X If RNONI CONNFLL 'NIAYNARD FOOMBS IORFNI- KORLFX HIGINIO IOQTALFS JR ALP RFD COULOUDON NIARY HPLFN FOX IATRII IA ANN FRIQTX IOI CROLI If IAC QLI- I IWI' FLDIQ AIN BARBARA FURINS X IRC INIA CUTLIP DORTHX DAINIPI QV QI 86 L.-9 as is-as 9' SQ TC if FORTY TWO AUBRFY DAVIS BARBARA DAX IS FLOISA DF BAC'-X PALIINF DF BACA PATSY DIECKMANN BOB DOLSON GFRTRUDE DOTSONI NIAXINE DOTY FDVVARD DREYFUSQ I-RANK DUNSWORTH -XLBERTINA DURAN BILLIE EARNHART FDITH EASTFRDAY EDNA FASTFRDAS BETTY EIDSOIN KENNY EILAR PORFIRIO ELIZONIDO SMILEY EMBRY BETTY RUTH FNGH ,Iumors I V I Vumm-I 1 v Q . . I f 7 VA: 'Q I A g Z I' J ' Lf -I - if W. f 1 - ' N 3 A , 4 , 1 . ' 1 I , ' 1 'V ' fum ' . , Q' u. 1 ..- gf Y - it V ' , t - ' - . L I I ... 5 Q R at 'A A f 4 J V w L B I I Y ff ' J I Y ' I B 1 'D . f . A .Nj . f ' I, ' '. 3 5 s 4 ' 7 . ,.', . -' I' ' . 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'A ' I ' ,Q ' e Q I' :J 4 N B' 1 ' 'A X5 -'- A JACK EVANS KENNETH FVANQ JACK FWING DO-RTI-IY FAUCFT'l MARJORIF FFRRIQ JOE FLFMING FLIZABFTH FOI FY BRUCF FOSTER DORTHY FRFDFRICKS ALVIN FRY LFO FULFFR MARY EIILFN GABRIF I I' AMALIA GARCIA FIIVIA GARCIA MARY GARCIA TOMASITA GARCIA TEMPE GILBERT ROCHELLE GOMFZ FUCHSIA GREFN MARY JO GREFR BILL GREGG ALICE GRFINFR FMELIA GUTIFFRRFL LFTO GUTIFRRFZ BFTTY GYLLING MARGUERITE GYLLINC BARTHOLD HAKF ELLEN HALL MARIAN HALLOCK BETH HAMPTON PAUL HARLEY GI ADYS HARRINGTON GEORGIA ANN HATTONI BETTY FLLEN HFARN MFLVIN HFIM HFLEN HESS PATRICIA HESGFLDFN RITA HESSELDFN KATHERINE HFYWOOD LOUIS HIDALCO jumors it 4- 5 l u ii! Lax l 0 0- '9' Ng Ulu, In -DF fem -A6 1 543 -rv-. 'R 6- 105 I FORTY THREE 6 I 7 A Q . . 5,6 A I . if ,. Q - A -L ' , . ' 'Q 41 Q, ,V I I , , I I . I, , , is .9 ' Y 4 , 1 V "fi- J AI' Rf I V -5,5152 'L 1' V., J I f .I --I I. I I I I lr F11 ., Q , " ' 5 T I I I I 3 'i I xf ' 1 A a I I I I ' I I I , . I '- TV ,I " 40 f' ' ' Az., I 1 I . 'K -A ' fag: . ' I I' f Sri' 5 ffl a V if " " I f ' ' g ' 'Vi I, we gs! .Q I I I 1 'I 'v' , ' ,If 2 w E sh I V IN N K SI ' V' ' ' UIQ' 5 H .VISA I :I a . " 1 I A 7 N 1 ' ' 'N ' - Iv : 3 X ', 2' , 9' , ' 'f I .I ' 'F' " I I J I L jc: f - -7 K , 4 I I , I I Q I I 511' N I x :, I 1 ' I I 195 V ' , I3 Iii? -' . - A I I . ' I X I' ' I -" ' is I is - V,-1 I A v'l,x:.,I:'-.IL .All . "X."4?'-'O " J r 1 1 R , 'I . ' -' J 'L 'T 4- , I A A' I . I ' -NI. -f I I I , Sv f M ull: M' AIR I K - I l I M " I ' , I 1 -, KV a I I . I I J. 6 - ' A ' A I 4-I Cr' Q E h . A r 5 ' F' I if , I , Fv ' -. , I F , .I . , 1' 2 3 J :L -1' Q wwf -429 'Wx --if' 31" 'Qi' 06 if 6 .Nady f 1:9 if 'lf '56- ...A FORTY FOUR CHESTER HILL RUENIETTE G HILLEY WANDA HIXENBAUGH AGATHA HOLGUIN MARIAN HOLLFRICK YEUTON HOOD CHARLOTTE HOPFINGER LEO HUDDLESTON BFTTY HUGHES NORMAN HULING WILLIS HUNGERFORD CATHERINE JACKSON VERVON JARAMILLO OPAL JOHNSON EVELYN JONES ED JOSFPH LOLISF KFFINAN HI' LFN ADELF KFLI If X HARRIFT KFMPFR JFANNF KERSHWILL ALICE KIMBALL RUTH KIMBALL HENRY KIING DOINALD KNODF CHARLES KRAFMER MARY WELL LANCASTER JOHN LANG MARIE LEONARD MARY LESEMAN MARVIN LEWIS THFLMA LEWIS JEANNE LONG GILBERT LOPFZ VIRGINIA LOPFZ FRANK LOVATO FRANK CURTIS LOW DOROTHY LOWF LOLA LEF LUCAS BI' ATRICE LUCFRO -Iumors 'RE X 'vf I I gn ? S P- A ' f , - ,jg - C, cg: V . I 4' .. S25 4-3 V A ' 3' ' I Q V H, 1 ui 5 1 ,W f V .1 - is ' x 6 4 ' I '1 '? 'L Az.- Z- ff vi 1 " 41 . 'J' K -lf if ' S q X I ' W ,. . " AX ' J ' . xg I ' Br . A I . I 9' ' , ' . , - X ,x. Q i ' A ' Q V4 1 4 A X ' I A S ' 4 A fix ' , 4 J. 4 4 4 4 ' Jn 1 1 1, my b W V Y A A , A J ,I , D x A , t I 4 .III A - . K: , 3 ' r . ' ' Q a - 6- - ' ., Q- , -ul 43+ 5 -X A ' , gl ' I F - , . 'V'-I y 'I ' I 4'-,f I s aiugfff. KATHERINE KOULAS , 1 er" ' , . . Q I 4- 11, fri ft J .I I - ri A A. N I I L 1 I I i I 1 5 F . V ' L X X x ' 3 k V A S I .5 49 , ' ' ' ' A N I : , 1 ff fs, Qi A 1 . ug ibm? u 1 S a A A fi? 1 l I 1 f ' 'Q' 1. .A -1 I I , , ,wh A- . - " I ' '2 -. .j,,.- -5-5 . K .. 1 ' 5' , 'if' -.fgf 1 1 f ' ' 529 MARY L LUCFRO II' SUS LUNA MARTIN MAFSTAQ SI' YMOUR L MAISFI SUSIANO MALIJON ADO VIRGINIA I PI 'VIAYNI II' XI I' II MARRIOT MII DRPID MARRIO1 BILI MARTIN PI I IS MATSON ROY MATTHI' XX S CI FNNI MAYI' R MARCARI' T MAYI' II TIIOIVIAS MCFAI I ON BIIII MLDONAI IJ ROBFRT IVIQDOUC AI I ROSFLLA MCCIUINNI' QS BFTTY MI' DLFY MARY METZGAR ROBFRT MICHAFL PRFD MILI ER VIOLA MIRABAI SHFRIVIANI MONITC ON HFLEN IVIONTOYA IRVING IVIOORF NIFLVINI MORRIS SUF MORRIS GUY 'VIOQFR HOW ARD VIUIX I' TT MARILOU MOIR VIRGINIA MUNISONI AILFEN NANNINCA ROSFMARY OROZC O RAYMOND ORR SUSIF IADILLA RITA PAII SUSIF IAIL IOHN PAI MI' R IJUWARD PASSMORI III' I FV I AULANTIS ,Iumors IX Vw Lf Quail .Q- I -I 416- I. 14 ds. FORTY FIVE 16- I I . I I In -I I ' . In I I , 'Lx -f I I . L A 1 l I L A A if L' L' A IIA 1 I . I I 'I I I I . I ' I I I V Q n . 5 6' . F I 'SQ 1 ' --1 ,. ' ' x.T.z I . . X . . , , 'V f q I II I A 4 I I I X- 2' f ' .f P .' I I I v . I . 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I , ' 4 1 I I I I I, I - I , . , , "im uifyf' 3 I I II I I -Q Ig 1 '-.git in-'Ze 1""' ff' W it If xl ,li QQ 'Xa 7' Ab- S U! is 'lf' W .L FORTY SIX JAMFS PAX NIE ALFONSO PEDROZA ANGIE PFREA CHARLINF PETFRSON XIRGINIA POWERS IACR PRUITT ROBFRT RFAX XIARX DFLLA RI FX FS BILI RFHM LOIS RFVFRO FDXX INA RI' X LOUIS RICI- ROSI' MARX RICHARDSON FLQIF MAF RIGLER I' LIZABFTH RILIWGFR LAURA RINFHART XI-XXIYP ROBPRTQ ORX II LF ROBFRTQ IIUIJI FX ROBFRTQON II AN ROBI' RTSON I LI ILLF ROBI' RTQON ROSI- MARX ROBIN RON IOP ROBLFQ OQCAR ROBLFS JL -XNITA ROMFRO XI -XRX IN ROXIMF X -XL CHN ROUSF CFCII IA RLIZ ROBFRT RYAN BI' NNIF SANICI-LFL If I OC IA SANCHI' 7 FX ANICFI INF QANCHPZ IFSSIF SANCHFZ JULIA SANCHFZ HAZEL QAUNIDFRS N ADIVE SCHEIBNIER DANTF SCHIFANI ALICE SCHLLMANN HFNRY QCHOENFCK BILL SCOTT Juniors . I " v A IA .. A ' - 1 ., 4. av . c' . fi-I J I I ,I I Q ' 1 .I 4' I 'V 67, I A 4 Y 7. I . ' ' Q ' r ' ' . 1.4 1 . 4 , A 1. X I rx. J 4 ,. 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A 'K . , I . -Q 1 .- ' , Y " 'I' I' ' ' PIA I, -X ' LENA SENA STANLEY SENTFR BILL SHAW FDA SHELBY PHYLLIS SHIPLFX HAROLD SILVA BFTY IANF SIMPSONI CFRRY SIZFMORF DORIIS SMITH MAMIF SMITH VIRGINIA SMITH GLADYS SNAPP JFANNE SNFLLINIC FDIVARD SNOW FLAINF SPABFRC FILFP N SPANIGLP R JOE SPENICF HAROLD SPOHR ALFRED STAEHLIN LOIS STARK CERTRUDF STONF BILLY STOWE MARY TABAFCHI IUNF TAI LFY MILDRED TAI LP Y JACK THAXTON MURIEL THELIN NORMA THORNFLL BETTY TIMMFRMFX FR DOROTHY I TIRFIVIAN POCH TIXIFR ESTHER TORRFS GEORGE TORRFS LOUIS TORRES MFRFJILDO TRUJII LO DEF TUCKFR MARIE TUFARFS STFW ART TURNILFX PAULINF ULIVARRI Juniors T fi? 8 15 -'ia' 36 '75' 'F FORTY SEVEN 9 .fh- S E! 'RQ -5 af' Tu "tr 23 I I 1 I f i I V - if , Q'-Fa J ' Y 4' sz, ' Tj' A I ' S I 1 6 ,. 1 v 4 1 4 Y II . Q V Q V qu A - ' I 4 A 1 ' P A K 'I I I .,' 3 ' ' ,V Sv ,A el? 'V N ' 1 I Y I . I 4 '3' I Q IXLX kg V , .,, , m 4 K I I . '..'Av' . i 5 V ' . , l ' s N ' A A J A 1 X A ,J -0 I 4:30 3 my 's 4 ' Q r .Q I ada.. if xx H, Q, A Q4 1 'fi H A , r Q'-ws: 1 ,M .,., .. -J .,-.,.. Off M CHARLES STEPHENS V 1 I . . t 7 I ' . ' -3 , -uf C L- f I A A x v I' AL . , , . , . Y l 4, I J 51 , ., A ' J V I ' gf E I - Q Z1 ,, Q. V is ,Q Q. K 'O 6 - A554 ' U 5 ...fr ,f , 'Q ' ,' I ,f Y ' J ' 7 ' wif, 2 If 1 I- I I 1 1 Y Q ' ' wr +-if R5 'Qs-I -:-'Q 4. ix W A , I J VI N. lizlti t ' . vii' I XI: f . I B KM I , , 1 ' I A A be L -if 4. Q. -A I , I , .J .f . J I Tgx 'r -If xi 11 9- 4' 1.8 4 'Q' FORTY EIGHT RUTH VAN CLEAVE DALF VANDFRFORD BENNIIE VANDOGRIFF FVELYIN VAN DONGFN BILL VINCENT VFRA WAGNER FLAINF WARD FVFRFTT WATT I IIMMY WFAVFR CAROLYN ww wc PR BARBARA XI ELQCH VIOLA VS FRNER LFSI IF VI HAFELFR BILL VI HITF DORIS VS HITF RANION A XI H 0 BFTTX JANIF VI HITMI' R FDVI ARD VI ILQON IIWIVIX VI ILSON ROBI' RTA VS ITMI' R 'NIARIF XX OI I' I HHLLIQ VI OODHF-XD RICHARD VI OOFTFR NIARX JANF IX ORRMAN FDVI IN VI RIGHT LUCII LF I EAROUT Junlors SOPHOM0llES gf",M-fx 9'0- 17' fLeft to llghtl Jack Redmond the baseball flash now Ol then" Haven t you gotten ovel the candy age yet N11,,'1n1a" Pelt httle Shnley Mount displays hex chorus gnl legs Managan Band IS stlll '1 lady s man Dolothy C01 nellus s song I used to get up at 4 0 clock but now I sleep tlll noon Sully s .1 glown up now Glve you thug guesses No, lts Phylhs Hfuus Sophomores FORTY NINE I A V1.5 ' Q.: ' . A, . ' f A ., 1 J. - .2 I . M. V U, 4 ,"'j' v I . 1 '- ,.' X. , 4 U 8' f. . . 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' ' "Q " ."'. 1 ...- 41' 'U FIFTY james Anthony President Davrcl Moll' Vice President Betty Sandoval Secretary Treasurer VS hen the eight hundred fifty drzed Qophomores knees -Stopped shaking and thev became accustomed to the lax ge bulldmgs and the sneers of the proud 'semore they elected for then capable officers Jlm Anthony, plesrdent D'1v1d Molr VICC presldent and Bettv Sandoval secretarv treas- urer The sophomore class has shown lte School Qprrlt by entermg mto the ac tnltlee and sports of the school The Claes IS well repreeented ln the clube the Qthool publlcatlons and the Honol q0Cl0tW Some of the members havc moved thelr outstanding ablllty bv bemg on the football and babketball ttarne Thue sophomore wlll contlnue then good work malntam the hlgh standalde and wln exen greater hon ms fo1 themselvee and Albuquerque Hlgh School through the Veare t come Sophomores Dorothy Abernathx Marllyn Adam-5 Roy Adams Flora Ana Dorm Akm Betty Albut Henrx Fdwald Allmn Wllham Allen Wxlham Jnmes Allen Flele Beth Alaup Dollle AI1tl9lSOI'l 'iala Jean Andeuon Bherb Andelson Vllglnla Aragon Jake AIWYIIJO Betty Jane Aweull Agnes Baca Mary Fstelle Bam Wallace Ba1le3 Managan Balrd , 0' Helen Bandv Blll Barneklow Lucllle Bass F1 ed Becchettl Xhlson Bechtel Bob Bcckel Mary Helen Bedclow Vlfglhla Benne Iallette Bell Dololes Bexnadett Bob Bennett John Blehop Adele Bletchu Elva Booth Jean Bosiek I' velyn Botts xgy 9 as fi' if f"'l" Mary Elizabeth Botwinis 'lt Fvelyn Bowen Jack Bower Jack Bowman Sophomores- .FIFTY-ONE? nf- 11 ' 3 je-+ P base F519 '-2, N' Barbara Bowsel Marguerlte Boxle HHYTIHOH B16hl1l0l Wlalgalet Bxewel Maltha Blewer Loletta Block VK anda Blown Max 7 Buvchett Jean Buxnett Bernald Bu11el1 Dolthv Busby Ruth Byels Hair! Calle Beverly Jo Carr han Caltol Paullne Ccntnno Flolsa C haw? Laul 1 Chauz I uullc C hauz Nldlgli' Chax ez Puscxlla Chavez Rachel Chax ez Rave Chavnz Rlta Chavcz VS enceslon Chavez Jxmmy Clark Helen Cl ux on Thelma Cleland Blll Cletsoway Helnn Cluengu Anlta Jean Cole June Collms NIHUIITIC Condlt James Connell Norma Cook Fmma Lee C0ld0Vl Rlta Cordova Dolothv Colnehue Nlaxmc Clowell Nr Ja 'K 'A A ilk 'bb :ff YK If F5 B Ulu' A 79 E Sophomores FIFTY 'rwo 3 , y 1 rV,, . . ' ' D ' ' .7 ' 1 'Q 9 I C - ga. l . . -' .'l, ., I , xl M , f '- T" my llv fwfr f of ' ' - -' ' 1 W . , .C I X" 41 - - ' ' Fern Carrico X 'lf X ' . . '. D 5 . l 3 r ' f' - ' C, ' l - .' f, . 1 - L9 , 42 .R I . v, ,' . 'J I . . 5 1 'U I ' ' vi- :. G' ' E. -in P' L3 f- ' f' xl W ' I fj - 4, l f 7, i 3 L 'i t 'J' iii , , Y tw I Y I 1 'F 1, 3, 4 it -I 'Aa 'wr , , I . x A . .. Y, Ax : A A - f Q Q . " . 4-'Ir' E- X. . ' f . ' f J' . - ... . V' 1 X - X r ' Tv .,-2 'Q' A X - 5 Y', Q ,. , ' z 1 L ' ' I . t L Q? . ' l- 5- . ' a A , ffgf- 5, l . . 2 f. l if Vlargaret Crowlex Paullne Culb Margaret Danfelsu Maly Cathelme Dufhn MZTJOIIG DHIXWIH Don Dawson Jeanne Dawson Cacllla Delilawu Robut Dc long, My Img Dllam y Peggy Delcamp Willa Mae Dtlllllx Betty DlCk6HN Ray DlCklYli0ll Ronald Dvcon C eolge Elam Vnglma Fllmu ood Nlell England Ruth Fvans f lade Flfc Nolman F Fm Dololes Flqh9l Dan Flohns LOUISK Foul llflll8Il6 Fostel Jerly Flltllflldfl John Gallowaw Benlta G xnnon Alloc Gaxcla Albert Gallltk Helen Gaylold Robema1V Gllbut Gllbelt Lnlllam Leston Goodmgr Jameq Gmham Ted Cnay Finest Green Frances 611811 Helen GIPCSOD Sophomores 'Fi g if Q Y QQ' bi ac' I I FIFTY THREE shi' 25 1'- I .14 5? 346. E ' Y i A ' ' 5 fam- ' I D v VM I 5 V? . I. ' A I X ...- 453'-' 5 A XJ 1 N e r L wi. x ' 1 TUV ' 4 .' f H I I 3 ,. ,' ,. KQV' . xr., 4' 1 1 A 1 A , V X , IZ." Q T ' . 9 ,x , ,ful 4 " v K ' . -. if-A VV Q-' gg: ' v A 415 1 x - f -. t 5' r-4' , r r f 4 me Ti if Thomas Dorn in ' l. '. "ill . 3 --X A n an ef A I I-4 K. 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If 11 'YW A 'Y ' 3 L F 30' In B ,F We f v FIFTY FOUR Lynna Lee Gxesham Dolothy Grlnel Dons Grlssam Paulme Glubb Dola Gutlenev Margely Gut1erre7 Mme Haggex 5 Almeda Hames hleanol Hall Faxnest Hamby Helen Hammond Myxtle Hamm I oma Mae Halalson Iackle Harral Betts Jane Hanell Margoly Hanell Ihylhs Haul-s Loletta HHIIIQOD John Halt Fldled Hem Jesus Herrera Dlck Heydt Bobble Hldalgo Marlan H111 F1 ances Hlnton Llzzle Holguln Beltha Mae Holmes Denny Lough Hood Fdna Mae Horn James Hosher Jack Houdyshell Martha J Howe Lols Huffman Juma Huges Mal guel 1te Humphrey Walter Jaram ll v Esthel Jlmmez Harrlett Jane Johns Betty Jane Johnson Sophomores 1 R fix 1 5 :N F ' Y' Q. l . v L , 5? -9 6, ' 1 J n r ,V V x 'I l -+9 ff' Q- ' 2 J -15' 1. ffl ... - -- , Q J M. A gp.. . ' ' lt . ff ' - in, fa ' l".c 'V A1 ' l. . S rv' 'aff' A l Q' V J V 4' ' ,. rf fl- : '1 . Q t , . . " ' ,' - - s , - . .K :H xii. kts ' N ' . ' -7 1 , '- , . .. ,Xnfd J E .K . rlfllhlllx. A -' I 5 .. L . an I 'V . Us A - -1' . -1' , ' .. .-- fa f X ' sv V I . E, -.nl . ' , ' 0 Q x'f ,I 4 ' , , 42 A I 5 Margaret Hendricks U Q v is '3 t pl . . ', 1 J. ,A1 X of Qi' ' Y .Y , ', ' fl. lv' - ' ' Q' . . - l -s ,,. l AB ' ,, .g lu , ' ,A Sl F3 sk, , 'w -- ' f A ' J fx, gl ' X! F A h Q 3 J 7 ,. l- - f -1 Q .Qs - 1 -if Q JR . , qrxvf E63 I J - 57.11 l , ,- . E .0 in va : ,M ,, I ' I . L .L ' -' ., 1 f 1 A ' 5 , , Q if , X ' ,' f' ' ' J-xml ',', is -V , , w 1 .Wm , a ,, ,A mln: : l I Bxll Johnson Edwm Johnson Freda Elizabeth Johnson Jane Johnson Dons Jones Zelda Lea Jones Mary Jane Kaxser Alfred Kamradt Cleve Ketcham Mlldred Kxmbley Elame Kmg Bxll Kmgston Betty Anne Klentschy Illene Kolb Johanna Kozlowskx Raymond Kuhn V1rg'm1a Langford Katharme Lansmg Gordon Larson Pat Leathem Frances Leblo Mary Ellen Leech Phyllls Lee R G Lee Rose Lelker Lorrame Lemcheck Jomba Lxston Eddle Lockmoeller Allene Lowery Johnny Love Letta Loveless Ermxnda Lucero Mmerva Luchettl Lilly Belle Lujan Helen Luna Exleen Madsen Katherme Maestas James Mafxt Mary Jane MaJor Bllfel Majors Sophomores Q 1 4-rx? 'IP S 1' f l li: FIFTY FIVE . J 5 . . IQ 1. 49 ' , pr ' C -1 - - A . .+ al . ls J-X7 ey YT J ' A ' V J gf : A Ali ' ' A fue Y 'fs 1 ' rbne' 'K 15 1- u I f Q A A is iii - - ' -E? ' 3 T ,A is Sw rj A A I I l 'K y l ll . . Q K 4 : . Qi ,. la ' , 1 J ' ' .Q .' . ' if as -4 , " xx . I x ..,., R Al Q ' . ' P E U l Q A l ,ng an 'X' are Nl .J SYS? 1 fl ag Q' E H L- '3 use I 'nl in v' fl XZ? 3 F- 1 Mx wi il FIFTY SIX Janet Malloy Ruth Mann Johnme Marchant FFZDCIS Marks l lqle Mae Maltm Gale Martm Bevelly Moseley John Mayme Flo11ne MCBTld9 B1ll 'VlcCo1d Iamm McGee Arthun MCGl3m9lS Phylhs McKay Iue1l1e Vlclfm V J ncquehne Melton B1ll5 Metcalf A1101 Metzlel Alpha. Mlllel MaltlH Mlll61 lx1th1xn Mltehell Pmnlx M0nt0y'1 V1o1a Montoya kenneth Morne Challotte Molan AlbP1t lVlo111s B1 uce Mons Meugdlet Mo11ow V11,f:1n1a Mose Shnley Mount Poetel Mu1ph5 l'lQ1e Myer f'ha1l1e Napoleon Delflno Na1anJo Challee Namslf Hcmv G901f.,G Nfxvale 1 Don Nlelson VN 1lla Mae N01 ton Bal bala Novalla Tom Ogl1v1e Pdtllifla O Glady Sophomores my ,FA , 1 Q . . ,l U 9 Q :lx J rc, ' ,, V . lvi LN A. R, N F G I. f G 1 . A 1 1,55 , 1 1 lv, ljvfu , 1:3 3 A "1 J ' - U L . ' 1 J of , . . , " J 3 1 ..,.- , 1 Q L ' . 1. L ' " . , fs . QL 1 f" A' AgAiQ.a1 l 5 b 1 A ' FU ' l 'V N-1 'f?Y"F':" 1 .3. 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Y I A A K , l V 1- 7' . - . 6 A, G K .g . i' . , V '- 1 ,2 ,, Grace Olgum Drck Orcutt les-.e Ortega Ann Otero Ramona Otero Carmel Ortrz Betty Overmrer Krp Owen Lorrarne Padrlll Mary Palladrnr Sarah Jane Panneck Betty Jane Parrsh Chrrstrne Paul Jack Peak Frneet Pere r Florence Per ea Jean Ann Pflerder Erma Prnron Evelyn Polaneky Mary Pollock Margaret Qurntana Betty June Raburn Margaret Randall Frances Reaves Jack Redman Patrrcra Rerd Jack Reynolds Stanton Reynolds Vrvran Rrchardson Flwrn Rrdrnger Joyce Rrehl Mrldred Rrner Brll Rrpple Byron Robrnettc 1' rnest Rogers Marguerrte Rollarne Bennre R Romero Howard Romme Marjorre Roee Sophomores I sn' . . 2 .' . -'ez 4 ' 1 Myrline Porter' . A . . ' U 1. 5 -. '1' -if ,fin ll we avi 39, 4: 'MI 733 Q05 70 W Fl 'rvf-fell:-I-fr ajft W xx '5 'Mtgfj il Jane Sage Thelma Sage Edythe Salals Ambr0SlO Sanchez Clrla Sanchez Eutxmma Sanchez Glorla E Sanchez Tom Sanchez Loms Sanbtrom Chrlstme Saunders Paulme Saunders Elwm Schaefer Raymond Schroeder Jeanne Scott Baker Shannon Abraham Sharp Joe Shelby Martha Smgletary Clara SIDES Roberta Slpes Burton Smlth Lovella Smlth Julla Sohs Vlolet Solensen Lowell Dean Sperry Ila Splker Glorla Ann Sp 11 mn Ruth Steele Dan Stern Gorden Sumner Oren Summer Vern Swanson Gustalyn Syme Vera Talley Mattle Tessman Jacqueline Thaxton Charles Thomas Betty Thompson Marcxa Thomson 0 B Thorpe Sophomores Betty Todd Vlrgmla Todnem Ruseel Tlout Cecll Tunnetta Helen Valentlne Rachel Iee N anclerfoul Paul Walter Blanche Wald f haxlef. Ward I ena Ward Flleen xV3tkl!19 James Wateon Doris Weeks James Wheeler Fugene Whlte Vllg'lHla W'heeler Helen Whlte Vlaly Ellen Whltl Jack Wllhams Calvln lV1ll1ams D01 othy VV1lson Mona Lou Wllson B111 Wlngate Wanda Wollard Stanley W olklng Leww Zang Helen Zamora Sophomores- 3, 'lb '90 l A .fx 'ten I 'J ..FlFTY-NINE W N' 'NJ Q, dv-.J f7"'-fe J +21 -I 'hx' fLeft to rxghtj But how could 2 plus 2 make 4, Miss Truesde11'7 Sl, s. Senorlta Montova Mr Harrmgton demomtrates hu-5 "puff a bully" machlre Clammmg m the hbrary Mr Cramelb seventh peuod clas on paradv. Dldn t you hear that pm dlop Marc1a" Some call lt art Publlcations SIXTY kr" rg' W x Q x -Q - X I " i q W Af . 'W v , b ' ' 1 A x ' lk . ,, -4 : - , Q w i .FA l , ' 2 ' ' ' N9 fx- . . 1 . . o n o e . 6, l U . . . . l - .' - - ' ' 'A . . . ' ' ' ' ' . . . . "' " s 1 . . . , 7 . 1 , I . . . . . . IT' V C'f.',:'..2p QQ k 'hc ACTIVITIES J X wmv VFW 5-1 V-'H DVWWW VIVI! JT' WWI!! 'V rm' afrgf rf-rr ff'1P'IT TVN' mf: ww' IT Z YUCCH A-'QSQ iv 3 l 1Left to llghtl Featulmg, Flash Hall Juet what are vou studvmg, 'Vleka y" Ghoqt Qtoucs La Renta dlsplays a httle Xmas cheel fno lemalks pleawl Need .1 tluck Lama" Don t tcll me the RlL0lIl Qtitf wolks lata too Call out the Ovaltme, Mary Ann, to get to mlup Uamg thc punch md punk sys tom on the Record typewrlter Publlcatlons slxTY ONE .. , 4 l 5 u nf K Vs ,- n Y ' l l g"" , . .Q 3 , R 0 -.- ,195-m id-9 1. f. -52. F' YC. :., gg f -' "1 . be ......... -.,,.-.. -... .- - ,, -M L - I ..-.....4....-,,........,.,... ,.. 4, ff . XV .Xa ' .',. , .' ru , n , , ' ,. ., . . . . . . . . , i , . . 1 I ' . 1 u uv 4 . . . . . . . , . "-, ' - Y... ' . "- . . . " X 'Q -' :js- . . ,Ml ill lil... Hb QF 26 7 9' S 55. Mfg yyfjwy 5,33 fl Off! 7yf'M: Qi'-4? V20!Lf"m,r X A W . lax: La Re a+a S+a'Ff REBA RUTZ Edltor ln Chief LAURA JUNE BLOUNT Assistant Editor and Clrculatlon Manager MARY ELLEN KOCH Senxor EdltOl MARION WILSON Clubs and Awards Edltor MARY AWN KELEHER MUSIC and Dramatlcs Edltol ELN YN DAVIDSON ASSlSt3Ht Senior Edlt0I PAULA SIMON Gnls Sports and Art Edltol PATRICIA ANN CRISTY Asslstant Clubs and Avwnds Fdltol FDWARD BALCOMB Jumol Fdltor nd Boy Spf' Edltor BETTY GX LLPW Assxstant Clubs and Awa1ds Edltol ,ai- ,.. 'Ns BETTY DICKENS Sophomore Co Ed1tOI HELFW PAULANTIS Assxstant Gnls Sport Fdltol LOUISE FORD Sophomore Co Edlt0I HENRY SCHOENECK Photogl aphex MARY POLLOCK Asslstant MUSIC and Dramatlcs Editor WALTER LESEMAN Asslstant Photographel ROBERT REAY Punter Replesentatlvo MISS OLSON Sponsor MR HOLCOMB Prlntmg Sponsor Publxcatlons SIXTY TWO F xv fl X? L, 1 . 51 .M A R' 4 , . x S A ,. A L V I Q.. My A nf I I In 'B .' A - A Y S syn: K1 N. nt I .A . . . 1 A A " f if ,a .L N '- ' . ' - 'ja Qi 1 A A ' l' J 2: ni . 'Pts , - , N , 1 ,L px ' I ,ff 4? AA S 'Q A L ' ' ,PJ ' K 3, 5' ,. M A. A A C ,N -1' ..' " , ' S 1 . ' -1 I1 - A f' K K-Mui I - ' . 5 L, fl , F. s VA ' A l I L ' who A " ' N , o D 97, vi ' . ? Q K A i ' Q , x ' . Y Q 5 . "" ' W 'Ta T3! sw A p o S '-- . Record S+af'F GEORGE DICKINSON Co Edltor FRANK DAVIDSON Co Edltor BILL HALL Sports Edltor ADDALENE STARRETT Associate Edxtor ROBELRTA WITMER 'B-..1'u.1T6fu4""Nf: !""'f!"1"7 Aa-AQ f,-up R cSeM'9-4 ,ZZW5 Q J p . s X QA? I 0 f. i 5 in gg , M W lk 4 . . K A 15 1 I he K P - A f A 'C 'Y lx g X B . . I P ws A p 0 . . J J -' , 1 I 5 . I V I X I d V Q gg 1 - A p If A Cl- ' . K ' I A f X . - A if ' A , Glrls Sports Sports Wrlter KENNETH MOUNT Exchanges NEVA McGLAMERY Exchanges BETTY ELLEN HEARN Art Editor DARRELL BURCHFIELD Cartoomst LUCY ARNETT Circulation K MARIAN HALLOCK N Chlef Copy and Proof Reader GRACE FLETCHERW 3 Copy Reader 'DN QA MAXINE BULL CK Copy Reader K6 MARTHA BETH TI D Reporter KATHERINE KOULAS Reporter EVELYN L POLANSKY Reporter VIRGINIA MOSS Reporter LESLIE AYERS Typlst ROWENA STEELE Typlst ELEANOR FLUKE Typlst JULIAN DOW Typlst MR WILLIAMS Edltorxal Sponsor EDWARD SNOW Photographer MR I-LOLCOMB Prmtmg Sponsor Publications 1 ' Q tug MJM gin'-fi, -mtmw 9100 ,Wm 00.31-Qadfd ...ea V4 f SIXTY THREE X. 1 VV! 55a 1 Q iw fs' ' F Inq" -' Q, 565 Q .,,, N A 1 is . "2 9 R 'Z' 5 , -fi, ' ,fb ' '-9 153- ,J 4 . X 1 X nhdl JL i'Xr 'Q Q. :Lf ' Af f wg , po. f SIXTY-FOUR EW Q mob , I in J Il Y asnh. HAROLD KUNKEL Editor-in-Chief LEO BACA Senior Prose Editor DOROTHY ROUTLEDGE Senior Poetry Editor MARION HOLLERICK Junior Poetry Editor DUWARD PASSMORE Junior Prose Editor DICK ORCUTT Sophomore Prose Editor THOMAS DORN Sophomore Poetry Editor VALENTINA SANCHEZ Typist RALPH TAFOYA Typist ESTHER BARNHART Publicity Manager ANNE TRINKLE Proof Reader NELL PEARCE Proof Reader MARGERY HARRELL Proof Reader MAX ROBY Artist ALTA MAE HILL Artist ETHEL MAE CLANFY Artist JIMMY WHITLOW Printer MR. REAM Sponsor MR. RUNCORN Sponsor MR. HORNBAKER Sponsor M R. HOLCOMB Printing Sponsor Publications- 'Q M1 Holcomb and h1S seventh peuod cla s flock mound the lmotvpe ln a spale moment fl oft to 111 htl L x 161196 Hoe Kel Challes Nxghbelt Edxun vvllght Iam Schupp Ben Baca Max Bulchett 'VII Holcomb and Ralph Chawcz Print Shop Few people realxze the lmmense amount of work put out by Mr Holcomb and the prmt shop boys each year From the first day of school the prmt shop ln the basement of the gymnaslum bulldmg IS characterlzed by the busy hum of lndustry Here the fateful attendance sllps tardy permlts and report cards have thelr orrgm Prmted here also are the program cards student handbooks dramatic and muslcal productlon programs emblems posters school electron ballots and the junlor Semor Prom programs But all that IS nothmg compared to the tremendous task of prmtmg a Record tWlCC a month a Yucca three tlmes a year and our own La Reata to say nothmg of a varlety of prlntmg for the entlre clty school system Mr Holcomb has been the prmtmg mstructor for several years and ln his capable hands even the most difficult task IS completed smoothly and pre clsely lt would be lmposslble of course to teach the boys all types of prmtmg but Pop Holcomb as the boys call hxm has glven them a solld knowledge of the fundamental prlnclples of prmtmg Publlcatlons slxrv FIVE . 5 ' U , ' -' x U . n K I hp If in- is if ' - .M .v ' 4-s 2. Q ' 0 . 1 Ljyfvf r, , 'Q'g 1 . , , .Q X . 1- . , K . , . '. ' l T , . , " S. ' D . . ' . A ' -'rf 3 rv' - . 13 L3 ,lf y I . 4 ' . - 7 v' -' y I Qi, v ' 1 9 L ' v A ' n l I I - 1 v - 1 v v a l Y - ' I . . 1 y 1 ' 1 ' Y Y . . 4- no . . . , n v v . . Pan American Club This IS the first year of the existence of the Pan American Club but really this club I3 our old frlend formerly called the Spanish Club As an organization the club dates from the fall of I936 under the sponsorshxp of Mass Ayala The soclal 8CtlVltlCS which will be remembered ln some instances for thelr umque character and m others for their general good fun carry out the arm of the club whxch 18 to promote fnendlmess among the students of A H S and recogmtxon of the stu dents on thexr own ments Last year the club purchased for the Albuquer que Hugh School Band a banner for use ln parades make a trlp to El Paso with the football team The Pan Amencan Club I8 sponsored by Mlss Amta A Ayala with Miss Loxs Beckett co sponsor mg the Dramatic group and Mr Dlomslo Costales m charge of the boys group ln lntramurals Thus year s officers are Orville Roberts presndent Eloxsa Sanchez vlce president and Helen Kelley secre tary treasurer Agnes Baca program chairman and Joyce Rnehl soclal chairman Actlvltxes slxrv slx This year the club raised Sl0.00 to help the band CLc ft to llffhtl Olvllle makes a handsome IL xnlng' poet ei, +4 X lt oo 'VI mm Makes me hungly IS Helen glvlng that g.,'1amou1 Qlllllt to th got onlx a PIQCL of Agnes The Blg Foul NN ould Mlw bcekntt be Lamela shy'7 ACtlVltlCS s lxTY s EV EN 1 ' 'G "' - ' s -z 'V :...Thy'!fvl",t . ...,---A' " .... . -' Q L'6l1'l01'i1 or the cameraman? . . . Three-'S not a crowd in this case .... The camera v ' , , ' . . ' ' . . 1 I , , X , ,I . K iLeft to llghtf Fnvst row Lucxlle Yearout Ilma Yarbrough Tempe Gllbert becond row Helen Pearce Frances Gutlerlez Cresencla Elxas Sala Solls Fvangehnc Jaramlllo Exangelme Garcla Thlrd row Anna EQQUIVCT Fda Mae Balley Theresa Gonzales Patrlcla Ann Crlsty V1rg'1ma Moss PYlSC1ll8 Chavez Lois Capron Hazel Saunders Fourth row Ruth Byers Chrlstlne Saunders Helen Greeson Rosema15 Gllbert Lucllle Byers Rachel Lee Vanderford Dorothy Brown The aCtlVltlCS of the Correspondence Club have taught the A H S glrls many thmgs about varxous foreign countries Through thxs correspondence wlth forexgn gurls and boys Hne and lastmg frlendshxps have been formed The meetmgs of the Correspondence Club are held every other Wednes day ln the room of Mlss ohnson the sponsor The success of the club IS due almost entlrely to Mlss johnson s work help and suggestions to the members At the begmmng of each school year the members of the club elect ofh cers from their numbers The officers elected thls year were Lucille Yearout presldent lrma Yarbrough vlce president and Tempe Gilbert secretary treasurer At each meeting a chairman and committees to asslst her are appointed for the following meetmg A dlfferent country rs studied each meeting Among those of the last year were Switzerland England Norway Mexlco and others When pOSSlblC some class of food representative of the country belng studled IS served Act1v1t1es- sxxrv EIGHT Correspondence Club . . . if I lLeft to rlghtl FlPSt row Joe Fabry Arthur Wllhams Robert DeLong xVllSOH Bechtel Robert Ryan James Graham O B Tholpe Blll Johnson Steffen Johnson Second low Howard Palker Wasson Adcox Jean Stulman Allene Lowery Jeanx Kerswlll Ethel Stewart Betty Thompson Thelma Cleland Betty June Rabuln Thnd row Patrlcla Ann Cnsty Betty Overmler Marxlyn Adams Ma y Helen Beddow Betty Albert Dorls Akln Shlrley Mount, Luemma Yeagel Helen Clevengel Anlta Je um Cole Lols Stark Zelda Lea Jones Jean Boslck Puscllla Chavez Fourth low B111 1 letsnway Bernice Ayers Sxdney Lexbenstem Esther Baxnhalt Jufmxta Denton E1'um Spabelg Helen Zamora Freda Johnson Dorothy Blown Dolotny Kemp D011 Jonas Malgely Harrell Dorothy Johnson Flfth low Claude Lyndeckel Blll Scott Jun Anthony Paul Walter Monte Fyfe John Bloom Allce Klmball Malgaxet Danfelsel Katherme Lanslng Mary Jane Magor Phyllls Halrms Ixma Yanblough Janet Malloy Dons Grlssam Vlrgmla Moss Slxth row Fostel Murphy Blll BaIllCkl0W Dennx Hood Fdg'ar Rawls Blll McCo1d Stewart Tulnley Wlllls Hungelfold Leston Good mg FIBHCIS Marks Norma Jean Cook Louella Smlth VllglYllJ. FlllI'lW00il M ny Cath :me Darden Eddie Lochmoeller Bemta Gannon Geolgxa Ann Hatton Dorothy Con nellus Nell P63109 Ruth Steele Harllet Jane Johns Maly Fllen Leech Lahn Club The Latm Club sponsored by Mnss Hendricks has added many new ar tlcles to Its museum this year mcludmg some Roman lamps an ancient wooden comb a baby rattle made of pottery several rings a Roman drmkmg cup and a harpoon The museum IS the prlde of the club and the object of most of the club s money spendmg projects Several of these last mentioned projects which were sponsored this year were a dance held after a basketball game and a momon pxcture show about Rome and Naples For the two candy sales the Latm Club used home made candy A specialty was the manonette show Hansel and Curetel produced by the Manonette Club of the Washlngton Junior I-lxgh School A Hallowe en party a Chrxstmas party and a sprung plcmc comprxsed the mam socxal events of the year Officers were Alice Klmball and Steffen ohnson consuls Dorothy ohn son and Dorothy Lowe scribes O B Thorpe and B1ll Johnson quaestors and Shrrley Mount and Bermce Ayers censors Actxvxtnes slxrv NINE .4-r' A' K , F 'Qi' 62311 . ,"l . 1 ' . . . V I . . . . . . . , , , 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - . . . . . 1 1 C . , , , , .lx 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . . N 1 1 1 1 L - I 1 1 1 1 1 f "' 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' ' , . . . ' . D . . . h 1 1 1 1 1 C 1 4 1 1 1 a u 1',- xv 1 1 1 ' 1 1 J '1 1 ' - ' I 1 1 ' ' 1 1 u K. 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 - ' ' 1 " 1 . . 1 J 1 1 1 1 - ' . . ' . .--. .' . ' tv , 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . ' ,. ' ' . ' . .4 . I 1 l 1 f 1 1 1 -1 4 ' Q o n n a 1 I Q 7 ' I I I 1 1 1 0 s 1 . . ' 0 . . u 1- ' ! I 1 . . . . . I 1 . ' .I 1' 1 J ' . . D I ' ' I Y . . , . - . - m ,,..-l "YF: fLeft to llghtl Standwnsz 'Xian Ann kclehcl Ahce 'VIQN VS hlte Alfxod Qtaehlm Iunt Txllu Nhcknv Qumn Fdvun kllllan Fdgax Rml Iwlmlle Xxtltllflgtl Coach XXII 'Vim phx Ska Club The Albuquerque Hlgh School Skt Club started off under flying colors this year wlth ltS members enterlng three Skl meets one at Santa Fe one at Los Alamos and one held by the club at the Albuquerque slu run La Madera ln the Sandlas ln these three meets the club s skuers dld very well consider mg the short time that most of them have been sknnv The members on the club s Skl team are une Talley Call Martin Marlon Wilson Rxchmond West lake Ecldle Weldlnger Rudy qehgman Elvyn Davidson Tommy Strome and 'Vlwkey Qumn The club sponsors Mr Briscoe Mr Drypolcher and Coach Wxlson plan to Introduce sknng as an mtramural sport next year The Skt Club was informally organlzed m February l939 when a skx meet was planned by Coach Wllson and Mr Reynolds Sxnce then the club has enjoyed steady growth and ln spite of bruised shlns the members have become qulte expert ln the handllng of the skus The ofhcers for the past year have been Elvyn Davidson presldent Richmond Westlake vice presldent and MlCkCy Quinn secretary treasurer Actlvltles SEVENTY l l l I , , ....- Y be . . V ' ': A ' ', ' . . " .A ' ., ' . , . 2 .-VN V, A - 7 A V-. ZYUS, .A , , .x - Leon, Frank Low, Tommy Strome, Palba Murphy. knee-llngz Elvyn Davlclson, Poster L A .'. . . . . . : , 1 I V ' r I . , . - ,,. J . , , . - . . . . 7 . V ' , Y " , ! Y I I I - I ' I ,' I l y , , . . , Y V ' . A 7 - I 1 ' 3 y ' . l fLeft to nghtl Blanche Ward Catheune Ball Anne Butam Jefmne Ruswmll Mlss McGowan Esther Barnhart Vlfglnla Lee Neva McGlame1y Current Luterature Club The mam 0bjCCtlVC of the Current Literature Club IS to become famlhar wlth as many of the current wrltmgs as possxble The members do thls by hav mg book revlews at their regular meetmgs or by exammmg the new books re Among the events for the year were the club s float whxch took honorabla mention ln the Homecommg Parade the radxo program gnven m honor of the openmg of the new school library and the radxo program given m honor of Pioneer Day At Christmas tlme a box of gifts was put together and sent to a young girl at the Carrxe Tmgley Hospital Wlth funds ransed by a candy sale the members plan to bnng the year to a close by addmg a new book to the hbrary For the past year the club has been under the guidance of the sponsor Mlss McGowan and the officers Vlrgxma Lee president Addalene Starrett secretary for the first semester and Blanche Ward secretary for the second semester ln making fnends wxth new books and wlth each other the club has en nched our school lxfe. Act1v1t1es- sEvENrY oNE deived in the high school library. fLeft to rlghtl Back low Flank Low Aldo Hall secretary James Payne treas 'mer Sam Hrcks Donald Clcgholn plesldent Front row Bob Galua Ruth Byers Vllglilld Cutllp Ellen Hall vrce plesldent Lucllle BVQIS Lee Baxte Bud Helm Garden Club The Garden Club thls year very uccessfully workeo to br 1 5, to nts mem bers a more thorough understandmg of the varlous ways of plantmg and cult: vatmg flowers and plants The offlcers thls year were Donald Cleghorn president Ellen Hall vnce president Aldo Hall secretary and james Payne treasurer The club was sponsored by Miss Cook The soclal events of the year mcluded seasonal partres held at the homes of the dlfferent members and a yearly candy sale the proceeds of which were used to buy flowers and bulbs for the school grounds Mr lVl1lne Supermten dent of Schools approved of the landscaping plans presented to hrm by the members of the club The club was orgamzed March 25 l938 but m sprte of 1ts short exlstence decnded rmprovements rn the beautlflcatnon of the school grounds prove that the Garden Club has been successful ACtlVltlCS sEveNTY TWO . . . . ,. . .. , . - ... . . ,. , l, , , . . . ,. ,,. . . . . v. ., . ... 7 '1 x - ' ' 1 'y ' 9 1 ' ' 1 . 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I 9 1 P . .,..v fLeft to rlghtj Flrst row S P Smlth B111 Telly Kenneth Mount Blll Shaw Second row Edwald Balcomb Truman Reld MHIVIH Romme MISS Stland Thlld IOW Donald Knode Sam Sutherland Max Roby Announcers Club Thls IS the thlrd year of the Albuquerque Hugh School Announcers Club the flrst ln which lt has been fully organlzed The club IS stlll more or less a ploneer venture as there are many aspects of radlo broadcastlng not yet exploll ed The club took care of the cletalls of broadcastmg ln worklng up contlnulty mrltlnff scrlpts dlssectlng equlpment and announclng ln several dCI'l'1Oll'-ntl l tlon broadcasts by the club the members took complete responslblllty for thf publlc address system as well as for the promotlon and supervlslon of a I the featured extra currlcular actlvltles of the year The Announcers Club lncludes Max Roby presldent Kenneth Moult secretary Sam Sutherland treasurer Blll Terry S P Smlth Donald Knode Truman Relcl B111 Shaw Marvln Romme and Edward Balcomb publlclty The sponsors were Mlss Lydla Strand supervlsor of broadcasts and Mr Wllllam Davles publlc address system supervlsor ACtlVltlC8- sEvEN1'Y THREE l ... . . . , , A , . . , , , . . y 9 ' o o o ... , , . , . - w . . . , . 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' . . . , , A. 1 1 v v - ' u 1 1 1 v n - 1 a ' , . ..- B111 Jomdan Charles Booth Stcond 10W Ca1v111 Cfucxa NlLllt0Y1 Otuo Buck Claw ton Thnd rom John BAIIOW B111Otuo Bob Jones Jatk H1tChtH B111Tu1y B111 L 10. g Fouxth low Alfred St.1eh1111 Ted Slfhlftllll Jun NlV1lClx 111.4 Santhm Harold Mur och Johnny Logan John Lantovs A Club The Letter A Club IS one of the oldest clubs 1n the Albuquerque Hugh School It has been 1n exlstence for almost twenty years and has had hundreds of members The actlve members are the boys who are awarded athletlc let ters ln football basketball track tennls and golf Cheerleaders and team man agers are also members of the club and th1s year for the flrst tlme baseball let ter wmners w111 be mcluded The Letter A Club enters Into the actlvlty of the school by promotlm good sportsmanshlp and helpmg ln the general conduct of the students The club pxoneered ln the formatnon of the present hall guard sy tem whlch ha bettered the care of the lockers and bUlldll'lgS The club took an actlve part 111 Ploneer Day 1n 1940 and expects to contlnue ln th1s event as the members feel that th1s w111 nelp toward blllldlng a better school splrlt The fifty members of the club th1s year chose as ltS offlcers Jack Hitchens pre rdent Dave Barela vlce presldent and Calvxn Garcla secretary treasurer Actlvltles SEVENTY Fou R n V I lf ' ' "" L V V . ' ' if 1 , . . Sal .2 .4 A . . . lLeft to rightb First row: Ellsworth Hogan, Donald Hesselclcn, Harold Pfaff. ... Y , . A. l ,. . v: 1. . .,A ,b ,.., :N- ' . . ,Z ,, ,Y ,-.y .. ,Sv ,.., L., ' . . 2 . , . ' x L' ' ' ' .' - A f S. . ,f . F Y A 5 Y i E , , Y 7 ' ll Il . . . . Y 7 1 . ' - 1 I 1 I . . . . 7 ., . . . 5 ' S . 5 - , . . . . . .. . I . . . . , Q. Q . 1 . . . . n T 'J 1 I I Y ' CLeft to llglltl Bud Helm Thomas Dorn Lawlence Maxtm Edwald Balcomb George L88V1tt Frank Lucero John Blshop Flank CIGVOIQIQI Second row J1n1 Payne Alfred Coulloudon Em1lK1ehne Frank Low Bob McDougall Tom Wettelhu Glafton Bernard Thlrd row Porflrlo Ellzando Ray Hullck Duwald Passmore M1 Beumel Harold Kunkel Bob Sage Tom Hrnes Forestry Club Organrzed by students themselves thrs club of some thrrty boys engaged ln an actrve program for nts frrst year wnth Mr Beumer as nts sponsor Programs at meetmgs held on Thursdays rncluded motxon pictures and literatures supplred by the Forest Servrce Courses rn forestry were mvestlgated thoroughly rn some twelve colleges throughout the natnon Partrcrpatron 1n the mtramurals brought the orgamzatron a hugh ranking ID the fmals As an outdoor lovlng group members enjoyed the freld trlps most of all Many excursrons were made durmg whxch lectures were grven by Forest Sen xce offxclals or members of the club Clrmax of these trrps was an extended ex cursron of fnve days 250 mlles unto the Grla Natnonal Forest wrth approxrma ely flfteen boys Frrst semester offrcers were Bob Orcutt presrdent Edward Balcomb vrce president Bob McDougall secretary treasurer and john Blshxp assrstant sec retary treasurer Durlng the second semester Bob McDougall took over the positron of vlce president and Thomas Dorn the secretary treasurer ACtlVltlCS SEVENTY FIVE "' 1 1 r v x 1 9 r' - 1 1 1 1 n 51 . . , , , , . 1 7 'r - one ... 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Members of the Glrls Athletlc Assoczatlon Gurls' Athlehc Assocnahon Any glrl who IS a member of a physlcal educatxon class wxth fnfty or more pomts automatlcally becomes a member of the Clrls Athletlc Assoclatlon pro vided of course that she IS properly xmtlated This club organized to create a general atmosphere of good sportsmanshlp among the gurls of Albuquerque of partxes have been enjoyed while the mter class tournaments furmsh fun as well as pomts for the partlcnpants Pomts are awarded for bemg on first and second teams tumbling archmg and entermg the tenms tournament Ad dltlonal pomts are gnven to members of the wmnmg party A bowlmg league had nts begmnmg this year and has proven very success ful Thus a well rounded program under the guidance of Mrs Hays has fur mshed loads of fun to all active G A A members The offlcers are Effle Carrlgan presndent Ollle Lee Harrmgton vlce presldent Betty Lansing secretary and Gladys Harrmgton treasurer ACtlVltlCS SEVENTY slx . , . . . High School, also affords a great deal of pleasure to its members. A variety +5-nam ug 1 1Left to ughtj F1rst ION San1 Johnson B111 xVl'1ltQ Am Fclwmds Chdlll Btn Jamln Mr Reynolds Second 1ow Johnny Logan Bob Dlal Fmmett ROYQI Hauv Wh1tmore Thlrd low John Lang Mal'VlH Lexus Sydnev Le1be1 tem B111 Scott Darrell Bu1chfie1d Fourth row Jack Thaxton Ce0lgC D1ck1nson H1Y The purpose of the H1 Y Club IS to create ma1nta1n and extend through out the school and communxty hxgh standards of Chr1st1an character The local club IS Hfflllated wlth the Nat1ona1 Federahon of 1-11 Y Clubs composed of clubs all over the Umted States Offlcers of the club for th1s year were Harolcl Murdock presldent Elvyr D8V1dSOh v1ce pres1dent Emmett Royer secretary and Asa Edwards treas urer Mr Reynolds representmg the school and Mr Van W1nkle representmg theY M C A were the advxsers Gym mghts and lectures by bus1nessmen of the c1ty at the Y Nl C A were mcluded m the aCtlVltCS of the year Soclal events mcluded a Charter Nlght Banquet and a dance at the Hxlton Hotel Delegates from the hlgh school club were sent to the Arlzona and New MCXICO H1 Y Conference held at B1sbee Ar1zona Prevlously the club has been open only to Jumors and semors but th1S year a sophomore H1 Y Club was orgamzed ACt1VltlCS SEVENTY SEVEN V -.-.--i-- f, - 1-a ,,,r ,.jfA , -"' v ,Nc 'A ' ' '., ay- 1, -' . ' - S- 5 ' A A . , . , I . K' an-,, 'I , A Q .Q' I o 9 0, . . 4 1 az .. . . . 1 -sf. ' K P. . 9 ' 1 1 V ll... 14" . 4, . ,, 5.5 1 , ' v . ' . 1- ' .,. I .Al 'V ' ": , ',.'1, '.,,"-'s -- 1 ' K' ' : 1 9 1 is 1 ll. - ' '5 ' 1 ' v . 'S 1 - ' . : , v . I .. C I C . . .1 . . . . . ' , , ' . . . . .. ' v . I L 1 ' 2 . Z . ' - - 1 y - 1 . . . . ., . 1 . - , l 1 . . . fLeft to rlghtl Flrst row Sophie Martmez Elolsa Sanchez Calmen Sanchez Evangellne Jaramlllo Mary Allce Baca Josephme Vlgll Second low Josephme Gon zales Allce Garcla Evangelme Galcla Mary LOUISQ Brown Leonella Galcla Thnd sor Fourth row Flora Zamola Laura Chavez Betty Sandoxal Dolores Bernadette Raye Chavez Futurettes The Futerettes or Spanlsh Curl Reserves ns a new orgamzatnon for ah Spanish glrls m Albuquerque Hugh School Durmg February the Curl Reserves of clnfferent schools met m the Wash mgton gymnaslum where lmtlatxon servlces were held All gurls who were mmated became members of the fnendly cxrcle whose purpose IS To Fmcl and Cuve the Best The members have participated m several successful actlvltles the two most outstandmg entertamments bemg the Christmas presentation La Pasto rela and the Hallowe en clancmg party Other favorlte actlvmes are bike rldmg hxkes clancmg parties and pncmcs It lS largely clue to the efflclent help of Mrs Chavez the sponsor and the offlcers that the club has been so successful Thls year s offlcers were Carmen Sanchez preslclent Elolsa Sanchez vxce presxdent Candelarna Carnon secre tary treasurer and JCSSIC Sanchez ancl Susie Pall reporters Other members mclucle Frances Ortlz Margaret Lucero Lllly Luyan Vlr gmla Aragon Helen Luna Eclythe Salaxs and Rita Paxz ACtlVltlCS SEVENTY EIGHT S52 A z It na., -N ' ' ' I . ' l . Q Z . .. I y . . ' Y l ' . ' - . , I . 4 Y - l - Z . . - 7 ' Y Q 7 . ! ' ' i row: Viola Garcia, Beatrlce Trujlllo, Corle Otero, Margaret Baca, Mrs. Chavez, spon- . . 2 ' ' , ' , ' 1 ' - 1 . . .. .. . . . . . , . . . , , . . . .. . . .. . U .. . , L . . . . y 1 1 9 - Q . Q ln 1 'OI , . . . , . , . . y . . t . . . ' , Y . . . . , . g . , . - . : . . y - - Q . . . , . . . , , . , . 1 , ' . . . I CLeft to rxghtj Fnst 10W PRUICIR Flecman Zoe 6 ludlll Carmen Hernandez Second row Dldl0 Saavedla Geltlude Halbold Elma T1uJ1llo Thnd IOW' Jo tph Robles Raymond Opperman Raul Huelta Ronald Smlth Lloyd Nlalsel Tom Roblu Fourth row Howard Alou Ben Baca Davld Baca Charles Booth The Archeology Society IS one of the most unusual hlgh school orgamza tlons ln the Umted States As far as It IS known It IS the only club of xts typf ln a secondary school The group IS composed of students especially interested ln this field mamly members of the archeology class Thls year the soclety vlslted some nearby pueblos and began work on 1 new rum which was secured ln the name of Albuquerque l-hgh School Mann members took notes on the excavatlons ln place of a project requlred by the course ln archeology Excavated relics automatlcally become property of the group and are ultimately preserved IH the soclety s museum Under the able sponsorshlp of MISS Goddard the organlzatlon has made steady progress and has become one of the school s outstandmg clubs Oftx cers are Ronald Smlth president Raul l-luerta vice presldent and Zoe Cau dull secretary treasurer ACtlVltlCS SEVENTY NINE Archeology Society . . . fLeft to ughtj Fnst 1ow Patrlua Ann Cll4tV Janet Mltchell Blanche VS ald Second 1ow Jane Johnson Jeanne Kerswlll Anne Blltaln M1 Haumgton Rifle Club Early ln September wlth the begmmng of the school year the Albuquer que Hmgh School Cnrls Rlfle Club was re orgamzed The offrcers elected for the forthcommg year were Blanche Ward presndent Patncxa Ann Crusty vlce presldent and anet Mitchell who was to serve as secretary treasurer for botn the boys and gxrls clubs Mr Harrmgton was chosen as sponsor of the group Partly because of the opportumty extended to all gurls of havmg rifle practice ln gym and partly because of numerous other actxvltles and clubs ln school the Rifle Club was nelther as actxve nor as large this year as nt has been ln preceedmg years However the gxrls ln the club became qulte adept at tar get hnttmg as IS proved by the fact that the team s plcture appeared ln a local newspaper The meetings were held each Frlday afternoon ln the old gym Those partlcxpatmg were ane ohnson, Patrrcla Ann Crusty, Blanche Ward, anet Mitchell, Anne Brltaln, and Jeanne Kerswlll Activities EIG HTY -- f- r ,- , -. 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J . , v 1 ' u . u . 1 . , '- . . . u . . fL9fl to nghtj Fnst low Cml Lucelo Fred Bac Second row Mullcl Bolles Blll Lamboln Dame-l Cu-asap Melvln Archuleta Th11d low D0llb Dans Balbala McCan Ernest Gfalcla Arthul DeLao Fourth low M1 Harrmgton Doxothx Walden N11-glma Wheeler Wllfred Tones Allen Bolles Gllbert Gllllavn J une xVhL9l6l Raduo Club Organlzed to brmg together the boys and gurls who are mterested m amateur radlo work the Radio Club has taken trlps to the local broadcasting statlons transmltters and other places connected wnth radno to show the mem bers how radlo programs are sent out over the axr Varlous radxo servicemen engmeers operators and electnclans have given talks at the meetmgs about requxrements for entering the many fields of radlo and electrlclty the amount of education needed and the best schools to attend The club IS working to have an amateur radio station Installed lh the school by the next school year as lt could be used m tallung to clubs of other schools and would enable the forelgn language classes to talk to people ln various countrles The club sponsor thus year was Mr l-larrmgton and officers have been james Wheeler presxdent Curtls Slzemore vxce presldent and Barbara Mc Cam secretary treasurer ACtlVltlC8- Els HTY ON E Jake B-art? . .I .y Fifth row: Ernest' Perea, Sam Hiells, John Dobhs, Kenneth Munn: L1 on Davldson Ralph Nelson Dale Nlghbert Second low J1m Wllhams Robert Monys Jack Haldm L P Ford Bennle Vandoguff Thlrd low Edward S417 Dlck Penny Foulth row Tomnne McCork1e Leo Huddleston Earnest B Chavez llfth IOVK Oren Sumner Bob Robmson Louls Candelarla Louls Torres Last IOVK Bobby Calderon Future Farmers of America The Albuquerque Chapter of the Future Farmers of Amerlca was granted a charter by the natlonal organlzatlon m October I937 Sxnce then the or gamzatlon has grown from an active membershlp of thlrty three to seventy two As ln the past two years the local orgamzatlon has been very active thxs year The chapter sponsored a booth at the New MEXICO State Fair for whlch It received a reward of ten dollars All the framework for the other fifteen F F A booths was constructed by the Albuquerque Chapter thus valuable and was glven to the State Department of Vocatlonal Agncultural Education The two mam social events of the year were a barn dance m the early sprmg and the annual barbecue on May I0 Officers for the year were Jack Carter presldent Paul Dean v1ce presl dent Tommle lVlcCorl-:le secretary Charles Becker treasurer and Bennle Vandogrlff reporter The club sponsor was Mr R O Beumer Actlvltles EIG HTY Two I, . . . ilrettt to rightl At table: Paul Dean . . . First row: R. O. Beumer,.J: L. Braught, fLeft to ughtl Fust low R B Buscoe Alan Iallldlfl B111 McCord xvllkilll Bechtel Leston Gooddlng Claude Levendeckel Second 10W R R Vlock Ed vsard Lochmoellel B111 Rehm B111 Bass A L Pearce xVllfl6dT01lQS Hunting and Flshmg Club At the begmmng of the 1939 term the Huntmg and FlShlDg Club was organized for the purpose of helping those students Interested xn hunting and fxshlng to become acqualntecl wrth the fish and game laws and to have a good tlme out of doors At the meetmgs lectures have been glven on fly tymg balt and Hy cast mg and artlficlal lures and plctures have been shown on huntlng and flshlng As soon as the season opens on the Jemez Rlver the club plans to go on several fishmg trlps and the boys are looklng forward to a successful catch They only hope that they will have as good luck as they had durlng the blrd season Such an active organlzatlon as the 1-luntlng and FlShlng Club needs sev eral advisors Thls year they were Gleno Ream R R Mock A l.. Pearce A P G0OdWlll and R O Beumer Officers for the first year of the exlstence of the club were Bull Rehm presldent B111 Bass vlce presldent Howard Romme secretary and Eddie Lochmoeller treasurer ACt1VltlCS EIGHTY TH REE w -' '. . . .' ..' ' X. '.. ... . . . ,A 1 , . , , .. , . ... . . .. , - . . ' ' . " . .. ' 1 v v - - 9 - o o o o o c 1 .. V .. ,v 1 - 1 , . . . , . . , . . , . . , . . . x 1 n ' v y 1 y - iLeft tol lghtl Flrst row Freda Johnson Lollame Woodson Marv Louxse Sher xltt M1m1 Bolles Second row Barbara Davls Evangellne Jaramlllo Evelyn Webb Dorothy Johnson Conme Slmons Ellen Upchurch Frnest Garcia Thlrd low Jullan Dow Joe Flemmg Mlss Goddard Vlrglnla Wheeler Catherine Ball Frank Crevolsler Fourth row James Hosher James Wheeler B111 Vlncent French Club One of the newest organlzatlons ln the school IS the French Club Smce its begmnmg ln the fall of 1939 lt has eamed the reputation of bemg one of the most active clubs xn school affairs The French Club has taken nts full share of responslbllltles plannmg at lts begmnmg candy sales and a Hoat for the Pep parade The hlghllght of the year was the Mardr Gras patterned after the annual March Gras of New Orleans The dance and festlval was held ln the cafeteria wlth entertamment furnlshed by Mr Costales s Hull Bully Band and vanous members of the student body Pnzes for costumes were gnven and rt was such a success that the club plans to establlsh the Mardl Gras as an annual affair Members of the club are prlmarnly students from Mass Goddard s French classes MISS Goddard sponsored the club so that students could learn more about the French language and French customs The officers for the past year were Barbara Davls president Frank Cre voxsler vlce president and Mlml Bolles secretary treasurer Activltles EIG HTY Fou R ... . , , 1 - , ... . , , 1 1 1 1-4 -'- - 1 1 1 1 1 , .. . . . - ... . , . , . u 1 1 -1 11 1 - 1 . . . 1 . . . - 1 . . . 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 y ' - .. fLeft to Tight, The Peppe1 Club as a whole 'llama llttle daxllng ltht mltlatesl Betty Ann Janson tleasulel Laula June Blount nge ple ldent Jing Pepper Club The chief purpose of the Pepper Club IS to help others and to have an all around good tlme At the begmnmg of the school term a group of volun teer gxrls assxsted the sophomores and new students m fmdmg thelr way about at reglstratlon tlme ln November there was an m1t1at1on day whlch ended ln a dance IH the evening Teachers and students alllce were startled to see little girls with bows lh their halr and dolls ln their arms wanderlng nalvely about the halls The annual Chrlstmas formal on December 29 wlth decoratlon themes of powder blue and whlte was enjoyed by two hundred couples and so was the mlstletoe ID the center of the floor so we hearl ln the early spring the Pepper Club sponsored two get acquainted partxes for all Junlor hlgh glrls and m the latter part of the sprmg a banquet formal cllmaxed a very successful Pepper year ACtlVltlCS EIGHTY FIVE ll I 1 f . I v A ,S . '. 3 U "' 'll' v ,-L Y ..L- ..: -. ,Fw--5' :zu Clayton, presldentg Patty SpltZQl', -secretaryg Mrs. Bennet, sponsor. . , . V 1 - fLeft to ll htj SGHIOI and Junlor members Fnst ron E thel Bfun hart Gold A Wlmfled I1v1n Gold A Mary Ellen Koch Gold A Reba Rutz Gold A Addalene Stallett Gold A Vhlla D Bell Gold A Second IOXN Dorothy Blttlck Gold A Irma Yan blough Gold A Maly LOUISE Shellltt Gold A Vngflnla Lee Gold A Mlckey Qumn Gold A Bxll Hall Cold A Vlvlenne Hernandez Gold A Nell Pcalce Gold A I'I3l'll9t Lantow Gold A Do1othv Johnson Gold A Frances Keen Gold A Leta Cook 1331311013 Ann Cllsty Helen Kelley Lorene Forley Frances flutfl Betty Robmson Lucllle Yealout MZIV Ellen Glbuele Malvlvn Duncan I 'lle Cathellne Ball B1llShavx Velnon Jalamlllo Flox Gutleuez POIDIIO Fllzonrlo Cefux Allen Ruth Ann Colclasule Jane Agnew Mme qtllldt sponsor I+1fth rom Dm ald Knode 'human Reld Arthul Vklllxams kennx Fllal R.um0nd 011 Georgt D111 Lnson Hemx Qchoeneck Honor Socle+y The actlvltles of the Honor Soclety are of course llmltecl becau e of the group of people that makes up ltS membership A member of the Honor society lnvarlably has other Important actlvltles ln whlch hls or her Interests are centered nevertheless It IS a well known fact that when fhlS group gets together and makes up ltS mind to do something lt does It and does xt well Thls year under the sponsor Miss Stlrrat the Honor Society not only changed a debt of more than six dollars to an asset of twelve dollars but also sponsored throughout the year candy sales and two floats for the Pep parade Smce most of the members took part ln the partles and p1cn1cs of other clubs there was only one social event of the year for the Honor Soclety the sprung PICHIC ACtlV1tlCS EIGHTY slx 1 Jo. ' . ' .L '. . V. Q . A . 1 ' , 1 ' ' , U 9 A ' , 9 , ' I 2 i' , Q I . , . . .. . b . v:. . ' 'Y 1 V, 5 . . . , J , .. y 5 . i 3 ' ' . ' ' . ' ' . - ' X -. 9 9 v 7 A 1 9 A 1 A ' 1 . .' V . . . . , , ' 7 ! I ., ' 7 ! ' 9 A ' .' ' .' . . . , . . . , . . . . D, , . f - , , I , , . , , , ' ' v '. 1 ' y '. . ' ' 1 . 1115'- Byers, Adele Chavez, Betty Ellen Hearn. . . . Fourth row: Dorothy Jean Tlremfn, u' ' ' v u - I v ' . v v u' ' W - v ' 1 v v 1 . v ' v ' '- . u - v ' ' .., - - 1' Q vu 1 , . , , , l ,. . , . , . . . . . - 1. . - . . " ' ' , ' . . . v .. ' ,. , ' . -- V V A! 4 1 1 L 7 ' ' . , '.' L . O . . . . . . . y ' . . y S : ' . . - . K , . 1 H ' Y . 9 , -.. 7' fLeft to rxghtl Sophomore members Robert Hampton Fvstelle Baca Betty Anne Klentschv Shnlev Mount Evelvn Polanskv Dons tnrssarn NI lgaret Randall Esther Garcla Dolls Akm Helen Zamora Betty Jane Pfulsh Vun Swanson Second row Frances Leblo Mazelle Whlte Mau Jane M4101 Gale Nlartm Katherme Lan .mg Mary Cathemne Darden Jean BOSlck Vllglllld Moss Lowell-1 Smlth Luemma Yeager Howard Romme Blll Johnson Thnd row M ulon Dar Lee Harrlet Jane John Prmscllla Chavez Dorothy Kemp Dolls Jones Lenore ohms tensen O B Thorpe Fourth row Manuel Sandoval Stanton Reynold Le t n Gooddlng Mary Elrzabeth Botwlnls Elsre Myers V1lQ1f'll"l. Fllmwood IOLIISQ Ford Florence Short AllC6 Metzlel Jack Redman Fifth row F1 anus M ul s Edu nd Lochmoellel Honor Socuety Ellglblllty for membershlp ln the Honor Society IS based almost entirely on scholastlc standing Points are given for outslde aCtlVltlCS but these ar llmlted Students receiving Gold A s are SCDIOYS who have been members of the club for at least seven of the elght semesters of thelr hugh school work mcludmg the second semesters of both the Jumor and semor years The officers for the first seme ter were Donald Knode presxdent Dorothy Johnson vxce presldent and Reba Rutz secretary treasurer Those for the second semester were Donald Knocle presldent Reba Rutz vxce presrdent and Aileen Nannmga secretary treasurer ACtlVltlCS EIGHTY SEVEN Q. f 8 , F M ' ' f L 6. r W ' Q . A, A I . K X 'Y Qi . u . . - . s . . . , 4' , I . -.1 l nl 1 -1 n u . - . '- S D - 9 . . V ' . " Y A cl 1 , . . y .L ., ..., . c.L..Y ,. K, . 1. . I . . I, 1 an ., . A . , I S , . C . . v 1 , , A ,HU , 1 , .y . , U n . . . : 2 . . .- gan, Rrosemfary Gilbert, Mary Ellen Leech, Betty Dlckens, Helen Hammond, Phyllis , . W ,Sy -i ,y . Y -5 ,SY X .,,' .K- , . . ' . . . ' ' Z . ' , X s, S P x l ' 1 ' y 5 l 4 A 4 1 1- 'Q I H v N ',. ', . ... ' 'z -. 2-cs, 'L' O . . . . . I . . . . . . , C , e . ' -. , , , ' 1 , ' - , , 2 , ' 2 , F ' 1 I I rlf ulli 'lf 0-.4 umbfers . . . fLeft to rightb Ollie Lee's ready to take off . . . Hope the bottom laver hold up! . . . Look pretty, girls! . . . You'd appreciate this if you ever triecl it , , Here-'s the "backbreaker." Activities- e EIGHTY-EIGHT U :Saws ' - 'ow L' 9 "" , .wsrmi Winn 1Left to ughty Can't make up mv mmd whethel they I9 huntmg alchaeologlcal speclmenw on playlng mal ble Two tots Patty Reld and Jane W lute Pepper ln mtlatee Pan Ameucan Club ple' ldent Olvlllg Robelts Galden Club ples ldent Donald Clegholrv Rummscemes of old Rome Talley up 01 Talley down she s alxxays Sllllllngl Daud Bealdon Pan Amellcan photographu ACtlVlt1CS Els HTY NIN E 'f ' Q ..,1r j' . v':i , - VA . li cs ' W 4 T44 T I ' T I . 4 N I ,. la! ,fs V in 'V A. . ' '. - S s . I ' , . ' . . ' ' Y . ' 1 - f 's ,'1 I '5- ' . I . , ' ', . . , , y ' v y ' ' .' ' I . f v' - y - V' . ,-. Members of the H111 Bllly Band 01 Costales s C1a7y Cleek Crew The Hull Bully Band The I-hllB1lly Band known also as the C C C C Costales s Crazy Creek Crew IS sponsored as the name lmplles by Mr DIOIIISIO Costales a popular member of our Spanlsh department faculty ln glancmg hastlly over the band we find present a glamorous conglom eratnon of everythmg xmagmable The mam part of the band consnsts of such celebrated mtruments as a jug wxth whlch we always assoclate Edward Bal comb a ezebel coaxed by Donald Kennesaw Knode a bazooka ln the able and expenenced hand of the leader of the band Senor Dante Schnfanl accordlans squeezed by Abe Chavez and Alfred Coulloudon a harmomca whose wlnd IS supphed by Dan Flohrs the famlly washboard owned and op erated by Truman Reid and a home made band set whose ancestry may be traced back to a kltchen a wash hose an empty nall keg an inner f be and the waste basket from 217 all operated by Bllly Whlte Then just for varlety such mstruments as a bull fiddle plucked by Wayne ohnston a saxophone saucered and blown by ane Whlte a hot clarmet re celvmg :ts fire from Bobby Salazar gultars beaten by oe Crolle and Clarence Mogardnes that sweet soundmg electrlc guxtar fingered by Rnchard Dawson and the vlolms gingerly played by Zelda Lea Jones and Fred Baca ACtlVltlCS NINETY 73.1 F' 5 , f . , r 'k , - L. 1- I. , ,, 'i . 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J v J : ' 1 J 3 Z fLeft to ughtj Fust low Haullne Cheuvlont Winona Lappm Helen Zartrn n 'Vlaulme Condlt Esther Garcla Emily Dunswolth Gelaldme Dollalhlde Ruth H111 Dan Stern Maly Ellen Gabrlele Stanton Reynolds Carmen Valles Beatuce Lucero Leon Davis Mae Belle Jackson Miary Alrd M1 Cramer Second low Adele Chavez Helen Clalre Gleeson Zelda Lea Jonev Marllyn Adams Vllglnla Ellmwood Doris Jones Catherme Ball Cynthla Ann Trrnkle Maltha McClue Lowell Sp0l'1y Joe Flemlng Vern Swanson Jay Burke Thnd IOVV Joe Mulllngs Jane White Johnny Martinez Jlmmle Whltlow Fourth row Dan M0lg'aD Carl F Cramer Dwight Mlllel Call Whittaker Bill Norms Edwm Johnston Orchestra Year by year the orchestra develops into a larger and more important organization rn the school This year the orchestra was composed of a group of forty seven students who played for the Christmas cantata the Junior and senior plays the operetta and the assemblies here at Albuquerque Hugh School as well as at the two junior hlgh schools Because the study of lnstrumental music IS a regular curricular course the members of the orchestra practice every sixth period m the music room with Mr Cramer ln the spring the orchestra wlll Jom other city orchestras in the gala open mg of the Coronado Cuarto Centennial To climax a very emoyable year the orchestra will collaborate wrth the chorus groups and the band for this spring festival When bands and orchestras from all over the state met 1n Santa Fe this year our orchestra again received the honor of an A l ratmg The credit for the splendid performances of the orchestra goes to Mr Cramer for his pre clse job of directing and to the individual co operation of its members ACtlVltl6S N IN ETY ON E l l Stanley woiigiiig, Biiddy Maisel, Billie Beikiiisl Bob siei-nf Dick Clark, Hugh Mitchelli faq- lLeft to light, Front row Bob Stern, Stanley Wolkmg Glorla Cordova Char lotte Brldgeman Mmaxme Swanson MRXIDQ Doty Second row Herman Tafoya Redman Sam HlCkS Thmrd low Edwm Johnston John Lantow Managan Band Bob Garcxa Jeanne Long Mlarjorxe DeLong Ahce Lu Wells Fourth low Davld Molr Kathryn Klmble Jlmmle Whltlow Johnny Martlnez Jack Emely Gealy Allen Frank Ward Fifth row Wallace Balley Arthur McGlame1y Emlly Dun worth Buddy Maisel Gordon Sumner Ed Kllllar Slxth now Dan Morgan Francls Marks Jack Smith Blll Horabln Vllglllla Lee Loulse VVh1tme1 Bobby Maltm Beatrlce Lucero Seventh row Fred Mlller James Pavne Delflno Nalanjo The Band This year our Hlgh School Band has grown to the dnstmctlon of a hun dred plece band Under the fine supervision of lVlr Cramer the band has kept its tltle as the best supervised and the best known band ln New Mexico The drum majorettes have new uniforms this year and the change we see IS most aclmxrable Drum mayorettes Jerry Sizemore Charlotte Bndge man Glona Cordova Maxine Swanson and Helen Clevenger march behind the head drum majorette Janice Kallca They are dressed nn whlte satm mul ltary uniforms wlth sxlver branding and the plumes ID their hats are of Hngh School green The band members wear white trousers and green and whltc capes and caps Actlvltles N IN ETY TWO , ,F E A , F A n Q H17 4 ' 5 1 3 B s 5 l ' x F 'H Charles Nassiff, 3Lionel 0rtega,LBdddy Mcflrackenf kenny Eilar, James Hosher, Jaclt Y' Clevengei Bobby qalazai Mr Carl L Cramer Second row Carl F Cramer Carl Whittaku Fhalles Rippel Dave Mitchell Ahmida Jaramillo Gene DesGeo1ge Billie Bevans Thud low Ted Gray Jean Ross Ricardo Clark Emma Coldova Kip Owen Tonv Taglnafeuo Fourth low Jimmie Hastings Jim Wilson Charle- Clancy Marcella Gault James Backman Ernest Baca Fifth row Dorothy Nicholas Catherine Jackson Mlax Apodaca Bill Norrls Jane White Alaameda Haines Fmil Klehne Sixth low Norma Putnam Phyllis Shipley Alfred Coulodon Pauline Cheuvzont Adele Chave7 Bob Holmes Mae Belle Jackson Joe Mulhngs The Band The band played at all the home football games this year and also at th biggest event of our football season the El Paso game They created quite a sensation by their playing as well as their showing before the Texans Be sides this they played for the basketball games the bonfire and the Hour of Music programs The band is planning to go to the Santa Fe Music Festival again this year and we hope they are again awarded the A A which is the highest rating a band can receive This year s band has not only grown in number but also m the quality of its fine performances Activities N IN ETY TH REE . -- 4, I ---'Q---Q---------T-'- , rififw A .A A X if ' A ,, l - - J' - - A ' Q ' . I X. ' 2 J ' a X 1 f , . bid . .fl t A . . . fLeft to rightl First row: Zane Caudill, Janice Kalkia, Jerry Sizemore, Helen . v lx v- b ,. ., . ' , I.. . .. . , . 1 . 1 ' F: . . .. ,', :fa -. yn . ,' Q . E 1 Scene f1Olll the Cantata The w3t1XltV The Lan'I'a+a The splrlt of Chrlstmas was hrlghtened thls year by the annual presenta tlon of the Cantata ThlS year It was the Natlvlty The Cantata was un usual thls year ln the fact that nothlng lS known of the authors but xt IS belreved to have been wrltten by two people The theme was carried out beautlfully wlth both boys and glrls takmg part Several solos were sung and the A Capella ChOlf gave once agam the harmony with whlch we are all so well ac qualnted The wme colored robes and whlte cassocks have become a tradl tlon wlth our chorus classes as has the stage wlth lts many lighted Chrlstmas trees and lts clever tableaus When the last note sounded the audience lef the audxtorlum wlth regret carrymg home wlth them the true Splflt of Christ mas Under the excellent guidance of Mlss McManus this years Cantata proved to be one of the finest presentatlons ln the hlstory of our performances ACtlVlt1CS N I N ETY Fou R . if, .. 4 , . 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I 0 O , ,E-,WW ., -Wu-F, ..- rr-if-W - -f - vw-f--aff' . - , , y , - . , - , nw li ,ggr so 'ie 'Gi 7-60 The prrncrpal ch rracters. of the operettw cast The Operetta The Grlbert and Sullrvan comrc operetta lolanthe was grven at our l-lrgh School Audrtorrum March 7 and S thrs year The leadmg character was Strephon sung by Walter Wrlkrnson who had a hard trme convrncrng Phyllrs sun2 by Barbara Scott hrs fiancee that he was but half mortal and that the lady he had been seen wrth was hrs mother lolanthe sung by Nlary Lourse Sherrrtt who was a farry The Lord Chancellor was cleverly played by Gene DesGeorges who was arded by the Earl of Mountararat and the Earl Tolloller sung by Leo I-luddleston and Leo Baca respectrvely The role of Queen of the Farrres was beautrfully done by Anrta Parker supported by Sue Nlclntosh Lorrarne Woodson and Dorothy Trreman as farrres The chorus of Farrres Dukes Marqurses Earls Vrscounts and Barons gave the depth of tone whrch was needed to make thrs performance an unusually fine one To Mrss McManus the drrector we express our srncere apprecratron for her untrrrng efforts and her fine clrrectron of thrs year s operetta lolanthe ACtlVltlCS NINETY Frvrs ., , - .W - ' -'- 4, A' --- f 4 S Hi - ffl -' ' .. 1 - 1" A " -. is ef, A , K , K fb .. . Y Am I . 3: ' ' H , ? l 6 ' uf K 33 s . ' I T .. R. . ' . A fr' I . X " , J f r .F . ' E, , -' - 'Qt r , I, T, , ' o , -1.2 . , ,- W T.. ri, H T Q, r x YI ' . Q45 X' ' 5 '. R c J V K r. , l 2 ' ' - all ' 'f lg-J s wk' l 3. . I , , , . , . L 4 A i . . . ' ' 2 ' 1 ' . . . . . . . . .. .. . , , , . . 1 U ' ' N ,d 1 v v ' . 7 .h by v W y . x ., l . , . c . - l a f r y , - . , , , , ' v . . . . . . . . . .. .. , . The ca t ofthe Jumol Plax Shut Sleues The Jumor Play Shirt Sleeves the play presented by the junior class was very u as were the characters that gave the lg School audlence a real dramatic treat on November 23 and 24 ln the audltorlum Feamffng UonalH'Knode as a hanlcer and-Dorothy Lowe as IS wife the sprlghtly comedy wntten lay Charles Quimby Adams and ably directed by Miss Ann Komadma eased lnto a grand finale at the final curtain The settlng a moderately wealthy home ln a mid western clty was exceptlonally well done Margxe Scanlon Ramona Whltlowl and Donald Rand Truman Rendl furmshed the love Interest of Shxrt Sleeves Mary Nell Lancaster as Dlana was a very sophlstlcated young lady Stewart Turnley opposlte her as the discarded lover matched her m comedy Katherine Koulas and Bllly White as the twins and lncldentally as the trouble makersj of the famxly showed excellent castmg Alice Schulmann as the comedlenne servant and Edward Balcomb as her boy friend brought several laughs Ernest Fitch cast as the vlllam played hls part with ve hemence Altogether the play was well received and thoroughly enjoyed by the 'xudlence ACtlVlt1CS N INETY slx I ' - . 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C , , ' 1 7 - .. , lf' A The ca t ot e SQHIOI Play Headed fo1 Eden Sensor Play The semor play Headed for Eden presents the trials and trlbulatlons of life ln a boarding house Each of the six girls who board Wlth Mrs Skip worth fLorralne Woodson present thelr problems ln the play One day Bob Roberts ohnny Logan comes home frantlcally pleading for hlS slster s Martha ean Neale sl help ln escaplng the police He IS not guilty of the crime but wnll the polnce belleve h1m3 Each of the gnrls turns sleuth and helps find the real crlmrnal The girls are Verna Lee Beets Kay C-rlley Laura une Blount anlce Kalka Effie Carrlgan anre Angell Kathy Burns and Florence Kunz The problem IS not solved untrl Bull Hall fa newspaper man, Ted Sch: fam the laundry man Gene Des Georges and Max Roby boy fnends of two of the gurls Leo Baca a poor creature who betrays the key to the mys teryj and Sam Sutherland who represents the pollce force are all mvoled ln the plot The concluslon of the story lnclucles an acqultal of Bob and also several love affalrs The play IS a romantnc conceptxon of Journalxsm detectxve work and racketeermg We congratulate Miss Ann Komadlna the cast and the stage crew on the splendid success of the play Headed for Eden ACtlVltlCS NINETY sEvEN S kjfa' VN .X f. ,. 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' , l ' , ' ' C l, C ' ' J. f f , C ' 7 ' 4Left to llghtl Ellsworth Hogan Johnny Barrow Ed Joseph and Dante Schxfam l'E'W S, The scenery of the dramatic attempts of Albuquerque Hlgh School re minds one of't'he stage CYEW onslble for the appro prlate settmgs curtam adjusting multi colored lxghts and sound e ects for the school plays the operetta the cantata style shows and assemblxes Not only do they arrange all those thmgs but they also complete the scenery for outside clramatlcs glven nn the audltorlum This year a very energetic group of four boys Ellsworth Hogan Dante Schlfan Johnny Barrow and Ed Joseph compose the stage crew This group though small spends much time and labor m perfectmg their part of hlgh school productions If we follow the good old rule Gnve credxt where credlt IS due whxch certamly IS very worth whlle we should gave much credlt and praise to this fme group the stage crew ACtlVltlCS N I N ETY E IG HT 1' 4' ' ' , 1,5 . cfs . ' 3 V a . 3' 5 fl . .Q Q ... ' , , , . - ..- C C I . 1 " 1 ' 1 , , , v - , 1 - ly v , - y .4 . . . . .. . t - y , . ... Ten Bug Evenfs of I939 l94O F' A Au ust 30 Openm of bchool October 20 Bonfire November I7 Trlp to El Paso November 24 umcr Play Shlrt Sleeves December 22 anuary 3 Chnstmas Vacatxon 11' Features 5 r NINETY NINE 553' ff wrsxy 4 .5 . 4 e e - .M ,A ,. ' V' V . x A . 9. 7' K 'K 'X' Q .. .4 if 1 Sm ' V qx i 5 , U, ,. . Q ie. L X 2 1. . A I. g - - - ' g i 2. - - - 3. - - ' 4- - - J .1 , .. . .. 5' -J - n . ' K i . ng . Q' 4. A y I Y, ,. , gif L f 'Y ' fe' . . . , A' . ' 1 , ' n ' ' -fx , ' 'J I p 6 + f rf - me r ' 'V 4' ' N : r ' 4,354 5 V ,I . 44, L, '. I sh '72 ' ' r Q - 4 K ., . ' ,4 , 711' 1 X... Ten Bug Evenfs of I939 I940 December 29 March 20 April I Apnl 5 May 2 3 une 3 Pepper Club Chrlstmas Formal Easter Vacation Ploneer Day Semor Play Headed for Eden Commencement I Features ONE HUNDRED . a' 1 fl. I kg . Q at 1 . Q I 1, ,, A J 6. - - ' 7. - ' - - ' 8. ' - - - ' 9. , - - - ' , M " 10. J - - - l A Jusl' Around School lLeft to llghtl Teachels VICE Weathel no M1 Bnecod' Thank you MISS Chmldu Ahem' says Mr Coffey Always ln a cheerful mood M1 5 Ma1sh""l Tha La Reata sponsor Mlss Olson When do we eat Mls Goetz"'7 And oh ge ' Th1S IS M1 Holnbakel QI wondel lf they ale cooked well"J The bxologlst Mles Maude Spencel The muslclan Mlss McManus' And last but not least MISS Shepard Features or-as HUNDRED ONE . U . .,, '1 W la, - . W3 . T : - . . L . l I l . . . ' ' ' ' ' . .' , , . ' '. . . . , ' ' 56 YY , ' ' ,. . . . . . . . . . , S, .1 I A 1 I '-1 . . . , . . . , J .. H. . ,,, . D .. . 1 sy n 'i 1 I Jusl' Around School fLcft to llghtl Maiy Ann Ktlchcl thc cloodlu VIVIQHHQ ind Amti Mem to have something NJ on then mmde Oh You could haw Wdllltil me at lcd t' fBarb.a1.1 wamt on gua1d'J VM, ll do the same tor you Beth' VK hen' ever peek aiound that COIYIOI .zgiainl Thiee of the ten Hu ket 61 Jam Cookie and Janice. Reba ale Vou tlymg to check up on our photog,1a.phe1" iWhat' Aga1n"""J QP b Oui photogiaphei is .1 boy Vlhx' Look at all the g11ls"'l Features ONE HUNDRED 'rwo . . . - -' - M1-, -" -"'... 2 'zu . - - ' . - g . , , ,. . , . ,. Q . -. ' - - ' 1' -- ' - ' 1 Beautiful, beaming, bashful 175, Bell!!! . . . Ah, ha! We caught you, Bettie. Don't ' ' ' ' ' .... ' A ie 'S,, ' 1, :A - yr ' J , , ' , ru I , , . . . , l . . ' . . . . . BBT ' f ' ' lf ' . 7 ll. ' X Q 'W' JN ,pa Jus+ Around School fLeft to r1ght5 Ah' Come on Johnny and tum alound' Honely 4 " Blumenshme No' You have the wlong person' P A Telly ' Our futuxe Natlonal Guard Man" M Pudgy Dlckenson Where IS the 16 or dld the last bell Just r1ng"" Yuccas 6d1tO1ll1 chmef Hmold Kunkel Telhng secxets or ale you just plam bashful'7"" Anothex VS P A xx o1ke1" Mount" A sklel on skung' skls' HN ow' such allltelatlon J QP S youd thlnk ou1 nhotognaphu wa .1 gui now'J Features ONE HUNDRED THREE ZS XQQAS Sew, XS Wk Q. NUNR 06' y Q y Q lj" A a Q fi ' ' V 'K Y , V ' 0 ir -- t I . , h .. ' - '.., i . ,-fa , yrwzsuv W ' a i m , ., aw W A 1:4 1' E . , ' A , , ,QQ-' .. ' A 5 ' , " A A 1 , E x f 1 A - J f X ' 1 1 . If V' xx 4 . . . ' . . . , . , ' ' .... ' '?.'?b ' . N . ' ' .... W. . . " . Ah. . . . ' ' , r." " ' . ' fi', 1 -, - .. .... -' v . xv , ' . , v- ea-f as, xml' .JMX I ...mn f' Jus+ Around School 1Left to right, Kenny Twoe a couple thlee S. a c1owd W hat IQ Qhe up to now H1tchens'7'7'7 Boy" Have thev LV61 got the ll ht Spllltl never saw so many bashful people m all mv llfe V' Patty au. xou and B111 commg ln Ol gomg out""'7lI don't get It exthelb Does Sally I'l.t0'l' 0 doeb B111 rate" "' My 1 115 fp 1 ff? ily? 'Li Features J ONE HUNDRED FOUR 1 . few V, . 1 ,xl 1 L ,A-lm. 1 - ,guy 61- ,' ' ."u- , 'N' . 1 5,1 vs-"' , ly ,' if I A I ., ., - ' 1 'fl gr' A 1- ,W ,ff ,QI R has , ., , W ' X . tl. n . X5-xx, . y f 'f 0 I u',. , I 1 ' . f A 'C 1 l Q 1 . i .. Wu 5 , of . . . -. 1 1, . 1 . 1. . . . . . , , , . .. . . . .. 1 l W ' ' " . . , ' ' . ' ... l, l ' . . . 'D , ,XL . X . M g X, f .1 X 3 , N X K Tj . Ky -o K X 1 xd, QJ YXXV . 7-if ngll Nfmm Lliwsik 11 L Jusl Around School 1Left to ughtj Loafexsm Oh No' 'Slot ln oul H1g'h School' VS hat would we Rnnumbu ' l FOIbl!ld6H Cloundi Dulmg' School Houls ibut do I love 1t"' RQKOLUIIQ tht lgn Daddy" ll AlmoQt as Junky as A boy s wallet no""" Spa alum., of pecullal plctulex ' Just take .1 look ln thc llblaly some day Features ONE HUNDRED FIVE n 4 -1: uf ' ' f I . ,. M. A I I . . . . , . U . , . . . ' ' . . . - L . A I . . . . do without them??'I . . . To our DEAR seniors: "Four score and seven years ago-" A x A 'l. l -... I . I ' , J 'fl ' ... . . 1 A 1 - Ar 1 -4' ' 1 I K ir. V, 1 1 a VV- v H '.. .x.", . ...'... . . ' ,I , ,V ...... ,V ,V ,. , . L. , , , . . . , u Jusi' Around School fLeft to Tlghtj All part of a mornmg 5 excltement Homewald bound Where the books are checked ln Ol out There goes Safety Sval fSuch treatment of a poor llttle gal'J What would oul grounds look llke vuthout hlfllq' One of the co op stxugglelb The lemams of the boniile Ah ha' Thue s some good m everyone" Features oNE HUNDRED sux W Y Y . . . c n s b . yi I . . 4 1 ' Q n ' , , if ' Y? , ' ' 1 I 1 n I . . V. . .f , . .. . ' . ,. I Jusi' Around School fLeft to ughtj Aw come on gals and look oul xx fu Apple polxbhm ? Hey' lts Slmple Evans I betcha Sllllle for the cdnlexa Katie I xt that bad LBWIQHCGQQW M1a1y gets ambltxous Ha ha' ' MallOH m the mxdgt of The Shlek Features ONE HUNDRED SEVEN 1 7 ogy' I , :Q + .GAS , I4 5 P ... 'I , , , ' "c.'... A'.,L.... 'Y L4 ' !Y . ' , I , ' i ' 1 . ., . . . , . . . 'J ,. , . . . , " .. .... ' '. ', .f.. . . . ' . K. ' !! 4 a Pioneer uay S 1Left to mghtl Is lt that bumpy JeQQ1e'7'7 What vslll Mr E1 ed H'arr1ngt0 do nextq YOU D BE SURPRISED !! 101 would y0u"b M1sQ VVells takes the What seemg to be the lttlJ.Ct10I1!!9 Hele comes the PIOYIQCI Day Pa1ade!' that wlas leally well' The Pal on Max Roby"" Features ONE HUNDRED EIGHT W 1 0 0 . ivv ' ' 1-'iv ' I Q , H y . J, Z.. v prize for the most beautiful costume . . . Wow!! Look!! A1'en't they jes' beautiful?'! ' ' L 'S .. .c. 'S Puoneer Day iLeft to ughtb TIIQIQS nothmg l1ke 41 good old stubboln mult All you need now IQ the tom tom Ah' 1 Sp xmsh senollta' And d Spdnmh senox Who would have thought lt ot you""' Kmda thlllv now" The Skl Club float m the palade RONODIHIY you should hxvt bun one of mm " Features ONE HUNDRED NINE -' - ' ' ' - Y' : ' I! . . . . ' 'E - 'f.L... .z1z' s .... '. 3 tool! . . . Classy Patsy! . . . VVhy, if it isn't Little Schulmann and Little Thornell! . -I x i I .:. .1. . 2' 1' xx., .yl. .'. M Y., 1 N Jus+ Around School 4Left to ughtj Act your age but 91 A couple H1018 JUFIIOIS COINS., Napoleon on us Sam" Kmdelgarten m A H 'S Oul pude and Joy PIOUEGI atmosphele fo1 Ploneel Day Well let you gue One lental book -commg up f01 should I -bay downl M1 Tate and hls female publlc Features ONE HUNDRED TEN 4 all E .1-yi" E N.,-3, ' at -,..-. , . - - , 3 l N if lx K . A ig.. A , I 1 - A V V. we ' A 1.16 4 . ' 5 ' l I I C 9 Q n I- A l I . . . . I . .14 . 1 . I . ,- P ., ' .... ' ' ' . . n . . . . ' '. ' ' . . . Jusi' Around School CLeft to Tlghtl Maybe we d learn somethmg lf we d l1Sl',9Y'l'l Mrs Mchlutt IS too busy to pose for us After all Jackle there s even a lxmlt to that Ill bet there s a man behind lt Do I sneeze yawn Ol laugh Ol ms lt that toothpaste sm1le" Our compllments to MISS Komadlna fo1 a succesiful Semol Play Ill bet you couldn t find th1s"' A H S s favoute pastlme Features ONE HUNDRED ELEVEN J 2321-f"-ffl lfxy A ,I "C, Q5 ' n-of' 2-Tx XX 'LN grim 'Ni 4 X Y L , -,jQ:Ml"l I V A V f ISE-C xx l ,V A we 'QQ , 'F y A l ' E ' f 2?-Q N x E Q ff' ,E 7 . I , E 'Kg f y ffl ' X '. ' 'K A V' I . - V 8 U ,L IQXQ1 -We Jusl' Around School Left to rlghtl Whyl' Helen land I don t mean the goat elthexj Maw ul dently enjoyvb the Pepper Club lIlltl8nt10Il day Nope not tllplets Juet good fnendi Thx ee beammg fespeclally Nita, Junlor glrli sellmg bweets' Boy Qhe 41.1111115611 us thlg tlmell Thls would have been on the couples page lf lt WEIQH t Q0 mdefi mte Lxtztle Joe WILL be herself even when she s on a plcnlc Gee' It must be the llbrary Look at the crowd Features own HUNDRED TWFLV .My - , N ' x , . 43 1 r I . t 4, M A ,. K f' V1 1 Q - P, sy 4 -A. it i. ' Q '- I .J , .t 4 .ii f' ' ' A - 'Def' 31. 't . I ' A ' V A . gf .vygf ' A t 7 an . K !g,..f, :f,'.'.,4 A 5 A 1 . X gn, s ly F-, F ' ' , 1 I wi K , . K ' 1 I .- 4 -, .ul . . . . U , N . . I Y.- ' 1 Q o u v Q . 1' ' 1 , Q ' , K .. 'Q l . . . N 1 . . . . . . , . . . n on n u u K ' . . , . . v --. - -' - E-- 4"R A91 L... ATHLETICS xxx HMI 111.4XHWIIJNIIMIIIJwfllllf X i.....fx.. J ,MII I Wfjlllwlllll JH' 1 1 riff' V I' , N Q' ' ' " ' ' -' 2 xx Y X A Z 64 4 , W Q U 1 1 A N 9 V' wx '5 MT .. '11 .M Q .m- : -Q is-Q H :Zin fl D --Yhglrf Xxlfg T21 1.v1Q,'Tji A MA -V Qs'-:,..: gg: W + I Cf 0 ' " K Q mm ' L' , A 5 Xlx -'..:- 5 ' I 5 N 'ft if 1 X, 1 1 1 X X ' ff i 1 'X 1 ff . s ' X X M 2 f E +5 f ' 5 K X X 1 5 x E 1 5- I M--.. LM---' ,f 'mmm j ra, , ' gy, ..' V. 1" N 1,,1fH'." 1 ,' I ' K7 V "Y Eff! L x + i My Q5 5 Q S W, ,.,Y Y ,.5.-,.,,,,,,.+- -,,, ,LW - ,, , 5 ,,YW3:- --f-f -7- V. ,xii A ZTLYQQM -,L,Y V YYYV Y Y ,,,,:,, Y W ,,-,V,:.T,:-J lLeft to lghtl Challe Renflo N G Tate F 'VI Vhlson R B BIISCOG and W xym Hornbaku Coaches The coaches understand are not things to go Yldlflg rn They are the athletic drrectors for the youth of Albuquerque Hrgh School It IS therr Job to unwarp the warped mlnds of the boys as rf our boys could have warped mmdsll and to straxghten therr ways m order that they mlght make an honest llvmg rn the world Coach Wilson s Job IS to teach the football and basketball teams fair plav and good sportsmanshrp Some brg umversntres fire a coach If he can t tram a football team to wrn but this rsn t the case ln our school Of cour e rt IS mce to place a champlonshlp team on the Held but vrctorles aren t the rm portant thing You can twln all the time without tastrng defeat once rn a whrle and the more tlmes you have victory the worse defeat sef-rr' Coach Renfro trams the track men to vallop and coaches the Bullpups basketball and football teams to take the places of their superrors Coach Brrscoe new to Albuquerque Hrgh lnstructs boys m all lmes espe cially ln rntramurals and dlrects the clubs ln thelr extra curricular actrvltres Mr Tate a soclal sclence teacher teams the baseball boys to do their stuff While Mr Hornbaker an art mstructor teaches a comparatively new sport rn our school fencmg Athletics UNE HUNDRED THIRTEEN A w w , VV . . .,. . 1 . .. ... , ' is ,.. . , ... . , . . , ' . . Z'x ' 1. n 1 v . ' ,C - v . v . . . , , . . . .. . 1 .' . . . n . . - :- , . .. . . . . . . v . v . . - . . . . . . ,4. 5 v , 1 " 1 ' - . , , . . . , , , . Johnnx Iogan Bettx 'Vlushall Ollle Loo Haumgton B111 Tern The Cheerleaders ohnny Logan took the cheerleader electron wxth overwhelmlng odds Many of you know ohnny better as the fellow who gets up with hrs mouth open gar les at you from a reddened face and really leads you m the vocal support of your team Next to ohnny xs Betty Marshall the pert llttle mlss who taught our school the truclun Suzy yell of her own mventron Betty ns tops m gxrls sports especxally ln the tap class She outplays outwlts and at the games outvells her colleagues Ollle Lee Harrlngton IS more the subdued type She IS pretty athletlc and small but her smallness IS ln stature only If a person feels as lf he or she doesn t want to yell wlth the rest of the gang take a look at Ollie Lee She will put you on your feet Blll Terry IS an all around fellow good build smart as a whlp and good looking And for his cheerleaderls job, he has a palr of lusty lungs that could blow out the candles on the Presldenfs birthday cake After Bull has been yelllng, he will start to talk, but nothmg comes out He's yelled his volce out and has to let xt come back Here's tlll then, FOO Athletics ONE HU NDRED Fou RTEEN ll 1 eea, A V.yeV Q H, 1 I, A Z .8 ', . .C ' .lv . . . J . . , g ' J . I . . . - , . , , ' . V l 1 ' . . ' . I 1 I I ' . z . , . V - JT tt Sept ct Nov 4 Roster Alfred Staehlln Paul Harley Charles Booth Edwin ohnson Buck Clayton Bull Gregg Fdmond Smith oe Crolle George Smlth Orville Roberts Harold Nlurdoclc Donald ones Lloyd Smith Athletics- J I Santa l e l as C ruccs Raton Menaul Helen Roswell St Mary s Au tm Mesa Harold Pfaff Bill Otero nm Myrxck ohn Lantow Ellsworth Hogan Dave Barela Steve ohnson ack Hitchens Kenny Breece Calvm Carcn Dante Schlfanl Luz Sanchez Bill Jourdan Donald Hesselden ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN M Football Schedule . zx - Oppu wuts XX . 23 7 O . 7 . I .- " I4 " ZI 1 " Z8 , " H ll 3 .R H I7 S' ' 30 - J' f ' J - J c ' J J J ' ' J 1 f pfwg 'i5'bfg,! ,, JI! v fLeft to ughtj Whee There goes the klckoff' A blg plle up neal the slde me There goes a touchdown for Raton It looks llke Lantow IS away The Bulldogs go over agamst Menalul The Bulldogs claw and chaw em Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN l fupafbolff X X 'if ,4- 'Que If . . . fLeft to nghrty H1tchens gets a punt awav. . . . You tell h1m, Coach' Happv landmgs' Jamce showe Austm how xt w done A dwtance ehot of the Las Cruces game . F1she1, of Mesa, was findllv downed The extm pomte always count. Athletics ONE HUNDRED SEVENTEEN, ,. fwf' Vi- X.,fV'Sf""' ff-fx f,ff'4f0"" 7 -,Lf-7' -q"A'L-'94-s Sf x,e,V"Vk f4,v rj kl kd Zk,4,1fk, L.-Q1 ,ffff rf at f P f,,fl Football Lettermen Charles Booth rs commonly called Booth He excells rn sports and talks and yells at the other players and gets them too nervous to do anythrng well A left end for the Bulldogs he more than held hrs own rn blockmg tacklrng and pass recervrng Playrng shoulder to shoulder wrth Booth rs Buck Clayton the left tackle All who know Buck know how he rs good natured and smrlrng but qurck to do hrs part That goes for the football held also Super frcrally he rs the same but underneath he plays the game Squattrng next to the left tackle rs the left guard Thrs posrtron rs held down by Ha old Murdock one ot the best lrked boys rn the school Harold acted as cap tam of the team and as a reward a member of an op posrng team left a gap rn hrs mouth as a souvenrr for a task well done Next and far from least rs the posrtron of center whrch rs amply filled by Brll Otero Of all the posrtrons on a football team thrs rs the least lrked srnce rt rs one of the hardest to frll A lot of credrt should go to Brll Otero for hrs splendrd Job of ball snapprng rn the past years A new fellow rn the school thrs year rs Donald ones Don showed hrs abrlrty rn the field of sports by better than well talcrng care of the rrght guard posr tron Don rs famrlrar around school by the black letter sweater wrth a red letter Soon he wrll wear a green one wrth a whrte letter Tall good lookrng Brll Gregg comes next rn lrne for the Bulldogs l-le plays the posrtron of rrght tackle Brll rs well known rn our football crrcles and wrll bc better known when next year rolls around When a fellow meets Brll he just rnstrnctrvely lrkes hrm Athletrcs owe HUNDRED EIGHTEEN Football LeH'ermen Paul Harley 13 a pass recelver also He caught a good many passes for a good many yards thas year Here a hopmg he does as well next year! Paul l should say I8 one of the best looklng fellows on the team which ns no dxscredlt to the others Because there are no more flrst strung footballers ln the llne we wlll shlft to the backfield Playmg at nght halfback xs ohn Lantow He plays the bass clannet ln the band softly and sweetly but on the field he s rough and ready He pushes down the opposmg players much like he does the keys of hrs lnstrument Taklng them ln order Dave Barela flghtmg full back IS next m the backfleld Dave has been a credxt systematic blockmg and battermg ram lme plunges he has chalked up many a yard to help the Bulldogs take their opponents ack Hltchens an all around athlete was one of the most capable football players of the year In the Belen game some fellow socked hum and lald hlm out cold That was the only time he didn t play at least half of a game ack qulckly reasons out where the play IS gomg and he s usually there to prevent lt Small nn stature but the glant of the team xs Bnll ourdan B111 showed the school what football really He would run behlnd the blockers until they wer downed and then make more yards on hrs own l down my glassful to Blll jourdan quarterback for the I939 l940 football team Athletics ONE HUNDRED NINETEEN 9 I J . to the High School Bulldogs' for two years. With his . . . J ' , , J - ' is. ' ' e I ,J MJ flcft to 11g.,ht3 Fnxt IOXX Iul qmnhcv lift hllfback Hmnld Pflff ufucl Donxld Ilusmlden quntubacl Loml um dmom Sml 1 g,L.-114 Illsxxol Hoggan light halfbuk hm 'Wvllck 4411141 Tlmmi 1 vu Nl 1 lwbnts tu 1 Steffen Johnson fullbank md Alfled Stdehlm and Axthletlcs ONE HUNDRILI: TWENTY I .. .. V 1,1 - 4 4 9 5' e I 'I . . S , 5 9 ...E - 2 ,gi ' , i, ' 1? '., 4 I f E , . v V . "f ": - .,- z "3 .' z,g:.' X z L, z""'i .... So' ' 'zlu lf tl, "1"lg u 'th . "" z"g. 4 '- X' .... " 't':Ul"ll1' "J, z'kl'Q 'I I it A aw ' I ,I L y X 4 . 4 l Football LeH'ermen Because the flrst eleven men couldn t play all the tlme there are others who must have played lhe e cannot be left out lhese players and thexr posntnons are as follows Donald llesselden substntute quarterback for ourdan ldmond Smlth substltute guard for Murdock or ones Alfred Staehlm substltute end for Booth or Harley Orvllle Roberts substitute tackle for Clayton or Gregg Ellsworth Hogan substitute ru.,ht hallback for Lantow lm Myrrck substrtute center for Otero Harold Pfaff substrtute guard for Murdock or ones Luz Sanchez substltute left halfback for Hltchens Steffen ohnson substitute fullback for Barela Bcause these players are substntutes It rs of en true that a person IS rn clmed to belleve that they are of no lmportance Well that lb very wrong Notre Dame has four first strxng teams Three of these are SLlbStltL1tlDg team and yet one lsn t any better than another These might be classed thas wat at Albuquerque Hugh School only the flrst strung ns usually more accomplxshed than the rest of the players Out of more than 2 000 students m Albuquerque Hugh only about four per cent turned out for football and got sunts It lb more a disgrace to get a sunt and then quxt than not beln able to get a sult at all attentron whatever wlll be pald to them but there they are wrong The mne fellows above were the best amonv those who realized th1S and for their shrewdness they made letters ln football The workers behmd the teams are the managers Short Stuff Donald Alderman and Bob Garcxa were the small but capable team backers These fellows carried equlpment back and forth many days durrng practnce and thex certalnly earned thelr letters pt Jpjaffrw Anfr 'Y Ath elflcs ONE HUNDRED TWENTY ONE J J 5 '- I . ,vl Y l Q , . V Q KS V , . . I W .' f ' . - ' A j .. J - ' - u . . . V Y V . g Y ' , . Many fellows thmk that because the coach doesn t run them flrst strung that no . , 'uf fJI Ll! lr! 1r.4,'l , f ,' 1 ' 1' M . lf " fy , V 19,4 ff' .' ,,: r ' f 1 ,I f L Q1 ' 'J l Ulf ,AVN .J " ll Lil . ll .J ,f 'bf ff T f ' 1, A gl, f 1 .' I ' lvll 1' lf , 'r , ' ' f l If A r J' ' l 1 by , t l kr Basketball Schedule Date Opponents 8 Magdalena 9 Los Lunas I5 Forrest I6 Grants 22--Socorro Las Cruces Belen Gallup Ft Wlngate Dec Lordsburg Austm 23-St Mary s Las Vegas Raton Fe Aztec Hobbs Menaul Clovls I 0--Portales I 6-Roswell I7 Deming St Michael s 23 Las Vegas Normal 24 Santa Fe Rosrer ack I-lltchens Roger Dxers Clarence Blumenslnne Edmond Smith Sam ohnson Frank Lucero ay Davldson George Leavltt Guy Moser Glenn Young Stanley Senter Steve ohnson Ellsworth Hogan Carl Gxllesple Orlando .Ieantet Foch TIXICY Keith Von Hart ONE HUNDRED TWENTY TWO 9 They Athletlcs - W V . - 77777 7777 77 7 7 7724 I5 H - 7 7 77 ' 772I I7 " - 7 7 7 ,,,, 7777 7 77 720 I3 " - 7 7 7 7- 777 7I8 23 H 7 77 7 77 77 772I 23 jan. 5- 7 7 77 728 23 " 6- 777 7 7 77 7 73I 28 " IZ- 777 7 7 734 I4 " I3- . ' 7 7 7 727 34 " I9- 77 77 732 26 " 20- ' 777 7 7 7 7 74I 44 " . ' 7 7 7 29 I6 " 26- 7 42 45 " 27- 32 34 b. 2- 7 35 I5 " 3- 3I 23 " 6- 7 23 27 " 9- ' 23 24 " 7 35 2I " 30 23 " -- ' 7 33 I8 " 22- . ' ' 2I 44 " - 35 24 H - 7 4l 22 I '. I I ' ' I fLeft to llghty The bovs m the Qeventh perlod g'Vm class pxactlce up on then baqketball The spectatom begm to gllfld then teeth befou the ball gow ln Dlelk takes 4 set up shot B1umenQh1nv takes anothu set up Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED TWENTY THREE i . , . . ,, ., ' ... '." S' ' . .. ' H" A"- fl' eft to ngrht from top to bottom3 RO291 DIQIS and Clarence Blumenihme for wxxds Jack H1tChPH centel, Edmond SlHlth and Sxmmv John on Udlilw Athletics ONE HUNDRED TWENTY FOUR , 'iw ..... , - . ,,... ' K ' -q"fa . . . . . . , . f . , , . -. , ,Q . ,.. ' . 'Z I Q 0. , . . ., -, . . . . , B .. . 'QL limi 1Left to lxght flom top to bottomj GQOIQG Leavltt .md Jax Daxldson folwald Flank Lucelo Centex Glenn Young and Guy 'Vlosel gualds Athletics- , ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FlVE,-- X24 uf, 1Left to ughtl Top low A-sa Fdwaxds Benme Baca Bob Valdez Ovaldo All11lJ0 Howard Ma1't1h Mlddle 1ow Jack Evans Emmett Royel Charles Booth Fdwald Gladden Fred Alagon Bottom 10W Joe DUBOIS Leo Gonzales Johnny BHIIOXW Zek Padxlla Bullpups ln the above plcture you may see portrayed the vxsages of the fellows who didn t qulte become a part of the Bulldog basketball team lt IS no slam to say a thmg like that because these Bullpups beat many many more fellows for their envled posxtlons The Bullpups are first and foremost the llttle Bulldogs ln the past they have been mighty llttle mites fas a look at their record wlll prove and thus year xs no exceptlon They are the power behmd the throne and sooner or later they wlll become so accomplxshed that they mlght dethrone thexr su penors They are not llmlted only to the basketball court, for the Bullpup football team shows a good record m thus fall sport The 'pup gndlroners are the boys that make next year's Bulldogs a success The Jumor hxghs and the less strong senior hugh schools fall vlctlms of the Bulldogs' proteges The responslblllty of buxldmg these Bullpups for the next year's Bulldog teams IS m the capable hands of Mr Renfro Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED TWENTY slx Uk,-,IJ yr.:-, , 4-I, , If , ' ' .,-jf". 'I-Y kr. ,'5v,fr.A-L' a f 5' 3-7 Eff: '14 ' :A I-:U3 " Si: -I,-gfafjj. yu, "-jg,-'-agzsgv , if ,Vi .5 fr . ,J-. , - :af I " , K 1 , I . 10 - ' - . . . ' 1 ' , ' . , ' , , ' . 1 1 - ' 1 v 1 v V 7 ' ' ' Y ' 7 7 ' 941- to V . , , Q I ' D. ' 1 District Tournament lt is rather difficult to comment on thus partlcular phase of athletxcs ln the Albuquerque High School The Bulldogs or the Dukes as they were fre quently called drew Quemado for the first game Th1S one went over rather easily wlth the players showmg up ln swell form The second game agalnst St Mary s didn t go as well as the first but we won by a safe margm ln the semi finals the Bulldogs played Socorro It was a hard game and the Dukes were nosed out by one pomt This was rather demorahzmg because It meant that the team couldn t go to the state tournament Thus rs the thnrd trme that this has happened ln seventeen years In the consolatlon game wlth Grants we were nosed out By the book of rules the team ln fourth place gets the tournament ball As predrcted George Leavltt was chosen captam and recexved the ball Here s hopmg he wxll be a leader m the future as he has been ln the past Athletlcs oN: HUNDRED TWENTY sEvEN l V l . al. I 0 0 o o .v 1 . - , . v . o . . , . . o .. . - 1 . . . v . w...-'W 5... lLeft to llghtj End of the L1oSs countly lun Joe RobleS fhst place Bub John'1on Qhows good folm ln d1scuS th1OWlY1g Last call fm the mlle by the tlack cryer" Pavne IUHDIDE the h1g'h huldles Johnson sulelv can thlow that Javelm AthlCtlCS ONE HUNDRED TWENTY EIGHT , . U , , .I ' ' K. . K ' n ' 1, -,N '-A .il . N U K r, 4 ,JI f VK ' Am ' b O v , 5.4 - K, . - X, t . I '..'. , 4 , . I V 3' "ff , " in rm .,' N ur , , , -. .' , . . - . . . . . . . . , ., . . . . v ' ' - v' . . ' U Q . E . . .... . , o u n u Q . - ' ' r u u u 1 ' Y fLeft to ught from top to bottomj qtut of the 220 yald dash Pfxyne tfxke the obstacles all ID hls stude Up and OVGI goes, Valdez Steve Johnson abou to put the Qhot way out then' Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED TWENTY NINE . , U A . fe 'I . I , . . A g - A . l . 5 A O 1 Q , wi A 'U f X 5 . , AL K . I , -' - , K, e A m , Q e A -f. f.. K .' . . , 1 6 . . - 1 u k C L 1 1 . C K C ' ' .' . . , . . W , .y ' ' 5. . hdanagers fLeft to Flghtl Donald Aldelman and Bob GalCla football managem Prank Low basketball managel Kenneth Mount and James Vwatson tlack man agers. BasebaH 1Left to ughtl Fnst 1ow Aldelete Valdez Gllllam Oltega Werslck TSytl6e Second 10W Hogan Bauow VVoods Baxrd Schlfanl Costales Thlrd row Dlers Pfaff Davldson Baldonado Otero Duran Not ln plcture Tony Montoya Athletlcs oNE HUNDRED THIRTY J 45of Nino-c .L 1Left to llghtf Ralph Chavez Edxwaxd Gladden S P Smith and Flank Splmgel Tennm fLeft to ughtj Johnmn WIOOIE Fclxmui Gladden bulmy Lnbustun Qteve Vlddl md Sammy Johnson Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED THIRTY ONE I -,-sr. 5 X ww: I . . . . . . 4 , , . . , . O a o Q '. .l ' 'I ' 1- i x h' x- l I . . . A , J , , K Z K . U aft to llght f1 om top to bottomj Hog, IN ms txvmg, hls be-wt to catch the lunnel 4Th1nk hm xx1ll'J -Xppauntlw Hltchenx cmt tand the cold as vsell as Johnson Payne dc luxe hlvh 11111111561 The llfilii xx ltC,hL'v thcm cl0'ie1y Leavltt and hls Q iptaln llkc tlnce Athletlcs oNE HUNDRED THIRTY TWO , 1- A 3 - 'fn' ' Ee :J 1 ' . .. t - .-4 , , V Q . - ! ' Y if a K , Q I . v . , i NL: 1 Q , vp- .uhxl . ' 4 fy ty . f ,i 1 1 Q e . A A W A , . , .V fu 1 . N 'Y I .Q .- L ' 1? f L.. f. ,A ' 1 ' . . , - " " ' "1 ' ' " .' ' ' '. ' , v' ' 1 -, v ' . 4 . ' Q . . - v . .... x . 4 ., , ', ' ' Q" '--'H 'z ' fs X . ' ' I 'Z ' - ' A 'S 2 ' . Mrs Hays Mrs Bennet Girls' A+l1lehc Instructors Two full txme mstructors are requlred to tram the gurls ln sports and spe cial recognltron must be glven Mrs Hays and Mrs Bennet for thenr hard work splendid co operatlon and mterest m school HESIYS ln gym classes gxrls arc offered a varled program conslstmg of rrflery archery folk danclng tap Mrs Hays and Mrs Bennet besldes teachmg the gym classes act as ad vlsors for the glrls Also one of the most actxve clubs m the school the Glrls Athletic Association IS sponsored by Mrs Hays whlle the equally active Pepper Club ns sponsored by Mrs Bennet Our hats are off to you Mrs Hays and to you Mrs Bennet for all you have accompllshed and for the help you have glven the glrlsl Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED .HmR'rY THREE l l , a . . . . dancing, and active sports. . . . , , - U ' i ' lLeft to right fl om top to bottomj Schuffle away at the schuffleboald Taka it from me Scared you 11 fall'7 Get lt? Janice 1 one glll th xt know to the paity I bet it s good Su1p11sed" You figure it out we can t Athletics ONE HUNDRED THIRTY FOUR i o i I.. ' .... ' .... ' "si s how to smile for the "birdie" . . . It looks like a homer. flt was, too!b . . . Com-2 I . , , I h. . . A , fLeft to rlght from top to bottomj Thele goes two pomts' Speakmg, of an athletxc stance pose' Where? Gettmg tuned up That s not the wax to um the game or whlch game 1S It you want' Feet feet feet VS hee Get a clothes pm Baseball Amerxcas favoute spolt Tluckm to class Thls IN what we have to go through wxtl- very day We bet they bet then gOSb11J1I1g ln on the sxdelmes Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED THIRTY FIVE 1 n u It I ' L V L 1 u 1 1 . T1 . I 1 u - Q a . 4 . . Y: 7 Y. . . . , v , ' V . ' 1 . '- A , .... , , . . ' ' v .' . . 4- . ' v YV .. - -. . . . , . . . . .. . . . . .. W . D . . s . ' 0. ' . . . . is Archery Fall and sprung brmg an outdoor spor popular wlth gxrls a well boys Small classes glVC the lHdlVldUal more tlme to shoot Scores are kept every day and the weekly averages are posted on the bulletin board More fun IS provlded through the novelty shoots shooting at movmg balloons and cloud shooting Baseball Baseball IS not only Amerlca s favorxte sport but also that of the girls Baseball IS a fast mterestmg game ln which a large number of glrls can take part at the same tlme The fact that lt IS played IH a sunny Held ln warm spring alr adds to lts attractlveness There are many good players but Betty Marshall ane Clayton and anlce Kalka are at the top Athletics- ONE HUNDRED THIRTY Slx L X . A t . 3 ' - T, f , , V, PZ. ' ,..- .. , x-I 1.5, 5 . 'rg u A 1 1 , , . - - S 0 . . 4 -Q-1 Sw Q 5 I, '. ' z ' ,jr 'we' 4 Q e n . . it . . , S as , ' x v , 1 q Q . . . . . , . 1 - 1 , J , J - Basketball Ten color teams partlclpated ID the G A A basketball tournament thl year It was so closely contested that the glrls worked up a great deal of en thuslasm over lt Agnes Naranjos Yellow team defeated the Wme team headed by ean Burnett ln the flnal game Bonme Gull Betty Mar shall Agnes Naranyo and Lols Overmler excelled nn basketball Fencing perlod ln the old gym under the dlrectxon of Mr Hornbaker All the glrls enjoy fenclng whlch develops polse balance and grace The gurls showed great lmprovement and ln thelr annual meet Wlfh the Unxverslty students four out of five matches were claxmed by A H S glrls Mary C Ball Evelyn Berkshlre Mary H Cox Dorothy ohnson and Paula Simon were out standing l Athletics ONE HUNDRED THIRTY SEVEN 1 m L . ,l . ' - ' ' , - The fencing class, including both boys and girls, meets every seventh J- ' , - N . l ' . ' - Folk Dancnng All right let s go and the class swmgs unto La Raspa Varsovxana ox Choparsecas Foronado vf- 11 h b ougl an any: asls umm quare Mex xcan and Spamsh dances They drlll work and rest untll the dance IS learned well enough to put on before an audlence Assemblies at the Jumor hxghs the lndxan school the Fme Arts Festlval and other places add interest to learning Hockey Ground StlCkS Ground Stacks So the saymg goes on Hopewell Field when the Physlcal Education classes start playmg held hockey Thr sport was started thls year when we secured the needed twenty two hockey stxcks and a good supply of hard cork and rubber balls Slxth and seventh perxod classes put on a clemonstratlon game at the Mesa football game Sev enth perlod won wlth a score of 2 to 0' Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED THIRTY EIGHT A 4 o - I O I U . . .. . . . , ' n u f . r- s - 1 I 'g ' - . 1 nr A b It '. YL . S , ' y - , v ' n I U ' e a Q . 3 LN' V , , S 1 ' - u 1 t - ' - . 3 .,,. . . 'AP Pmg Pong Pmg pong IS one game that doesn t requxre much brawn but sl-ull and highly developed sense of accuracy mstead The pmg pong matches are played wlth good equlpment m a room used only for thls sport The girls have had a lot of fun m thus sport and they have become very accurate wlth the bat Better duck! Rlfle rs a new class sport partlclpatecl m by the recreatnonal game classes Three pernods of gurls numbenng sixty m all have learned to shoot thus year Over a perlod of twelve weeks every class member has qualrfiecl up to marks man first class A match between top glrls and the Y M C A boys was held m Aprxl wxth the glrls wmmng by 79 pomts Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED THIRTY NINE 1 f v r ' X ' - . ' NE I 5 f -A . 1 C U U I . . . . y . 3 , . '.. Rifle . . . . , B . - Speedball Gladys Snapp Mary Frances Nlcholson Mae Sxmms and Betty Klentschy captains of the class speedball teams were the outstanding speedball players Speedball ns a fitting name for this sport as lt IS the speedlest of all games played by the glrls and demands sklll m soccer and basketball as well as football No tournaments were held ln speedball as It as such a hlghly special xzed sport Tap Dancing Brush Brush Hop Step One Two Three and Mrs Hays tries agaln to teach her forty tap dancmg puplls the correct step Flrst you see a sallor then a soldler then an old farmer that IS the tap dancmg class xml tates these and many more ln the routmes they learn during the year ln adclmon the dance team helped the Tumblers Club gxve three assemblies Athletlcs ONE HUNDRED FORTY .ff ., A ' x A ! IV ' V ' , . . . - li! , . , . ffwlyflfufflfufufyflfl ll Ill ,-3? 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