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

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HOLCOMB-MISS FLORENCE OLSON-WINFRED BUSKIRK Advisers 105 Albl q Hbhsh IP tSh1 Foreword ln years to come you probably will, in some reminiscent mood, recall the glorious days of your school life. "The good old days," you might put it. Remember when we used to walk, talk, and study together and how our classes, dances, games, assemblies used to af- fect us? Yes, whether you are sophomore, junior, or senior in this book, we will attempt to brighten a few of your treasured memories which have been dimmed by the passage of time. Dea'z'mfz'011 I ',,.,,,vvf-vvx g We, the staff, think this book should be dedicated to "Coach" Wilson. Because: He has done fine work with sports. He is a Hne fellow and a pal to all We like him. Contents SCHOOL BUILDINGS FACULTY ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES CIubs and Awards Music and Dramaiics PubIicaI'ions SOPHOMORES JUNIORS SENIORS THE PATIO Nucleus of School Life -5- Main Building Library Building ..6... 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"""""' wc' J,x,L.sw.X K y I 5 Q 6 iv' '43 , -' ' ,Q ,ihl X is or Gmxfs GvM -gl- -Girls' Spor+s- P os're.R RN E XHM PLQE or CLUB LES 122.- Girls' Sporfs -33- Girls' Spor+s- CLASS Soccmv. ..-24., 'D 0 UC-:LESS -Girls' Sporfs- Nooeanz Dxmims S1-rows-:R Boob! W Anal-:env Tanner -25- ---N... -Girls' Spor+s- H S K T 'B 126.- Girls' Spor+s- BINTDN M75 K? J +2 7.- Girls' Spor+s --281 V' v Boys -,,, AQ I ,fi iff mf 3.4 Sports Boys' Spor'l's- "Cl4lAI1P " IuuIofr:A1EQ A D12!NTl!ID-'- 2 5 I, - . X ' I I 4 I . NEW TRADITION IS BY TI-IE. CHAMPION Tamar 1940-"I VICTORY BELL' IT WILL RING OUT FOR THE BULLDOGS TO coma- ...30-. -Boys' Sports- ' I , , ,"x . um? Top row: Roberts, Kouba, Lovato, Staehlin, Werrick, Johnson, Hauquitz, Thayer S enter, Case, Torres, Gregg, Tauche, Harley, Blackburn, Hart, Hogan, Leyendecker Porter, Watson, G. Smith. Middle row: Diers, Huerta, C. Roberts, Hfein Whittmore Gibson Dre fu B 1 , , , Y 551 are 3, Salazar. Valdez, Mudgett, Hyde, Redman, With. Front row: Baird, Gatewood, Murray, McBride, Booth, Balcomb, D. Baca, Stone- breaker, L. Smith, Schifani, M. Baca. -31- K -Boys' Sports- o . . . ,N Q y . 4 I ix 711365 . ' 4 fs Q f W gh 112 'WQQMH orfme Tow-r ,watson- OUTLINEZS ONE- OF' PLAYS 'Tl-KAT BROUGHT l l 1 Q 1 VICTORY T0 THE' 'DOGS THXS YEAR' su L Buuoos LETTEQRNEN ,- First row Qleft to rightb : Gibson, M. Baca, Breece, Gregg, Whittmore, Hyde, Hashimoto Second row: Roberts, Diers, Hogan, D. Baca, Barela, Mudgett, Salazar. L. Smith Schifani. Third row: Coach Wilson, Staehlin, G. Smith, Thayer, Kouba. Harley, Hart, Johnson Evans. .....32.. -Boys' Sports- 3 Top row: James Roberts, George Tilley, John Kochilla, Glode Fife, Lill Morrow Hal'- old Pine, Max Shirley, Martinez, Ernest Rael. Martin Shaw. Middle row: Russell Gambrel, Russell Dickie, Bliss Bushman, Jack Bowman, Jack Scott, Jimmy Donaldson, Tommy Tate, Robert Contreras. Ernest Pa dilla, Le Roy Tsyitee, Leo Ortega. Bottom row: George Alvarez, Philip Martinez, Herman Sanchez, Bob Williams, Bob Garcia, Clyde Landsaw, E' A' ' ' ' Charlton. rnest lchuleta, Hugh Mitchell, Moley Tafoya. Clemcrc: Foofball Bullpups . . . ill Here are some more fellows with an impressive record. Though they did not quite make the First team, they did well for themselves by rising almost to the top this year. No doubt many of these boys will be in there next year, risking life and limb, on the Bulldog squad. Here's wishing you good luck!! -33- Boys' Sporis .-34... Boys' Sporfs -35- Y- Boys' Spor+s -36- Boys' Sporfs- 'ui-r l'NBl'lll'lDl.l'K BHNIA FE -371 -Boys' Spori's- x ,- at The Track Squad . . . Front row Qleft to rightl: Mitchell, dashes, Wheeler, J., high jump, Gatewood, high jump, Garcia, 880, Jamison, 440, Berryhill. broad jump, Woodson, dashes., Murray, dashes, relay, Garcia, 880, Johnson, manager. Second row: Heim, 880, Miartin, mile, Riple, high jump, Maestas, 440, Wheeler, L.. high jump and high hurdles, Baca, D., dashes and relay, Rutherford, hurdles, Ewing, manager. Standing Cleft to rightla Lutich, low hurdles, relay, Pegue, high hurdles, Thayer, hurdles, Trout, shot, Morrow, high jump, Wickham, discus, javclin, Payne, high jump, hurdles, Johnson. S., shot, discus, javelin, Bearden, dashes, Werrick, 440, relay, Stein, shot, Valdez, pole vault, White, javelin, Senter, javelin, Archuleta, 880. Not in picture: E. Johnson, discus, shot, Ellard, mile, Kouba, shot, Hunt. broad jump, Chavez, Placido, mile, Sandoval, Napoleon, 880, Stalcup, B., 440, Murphy. F., broad jump, Mayne, J., pole vault, Houdyshell, J., pole vault, Harmon, Bill, pole vault. .-38... Boys' Sporfs -39-. Boys' Sporfs ...4 O.. -Boys' Sporfs- if Q agp, 5.-... Cheerleaders . . . ill WHITE, the HESSELDEN TWINS, and BURCHFIELD!!! were chosen by popular vote in the student body in a hair sizzling hot campaign against some might ood com et'tio y sz p 1 n- have done a swell job of organizing the school spirit. Due diligent efforts We were able to send a special train to Thanks lots, guys and gals!!! -41- These -raising. They to their Raton. Top The -Boys' Sports- rowz Jr. Costales. Bunten, A. Tsyitee, A. Baca. Bottom row: Murray, Low, Kouba, Houdyshell. Bullpups . ill The above group of fellows didn't quite make the top-notch team. But they still did all right by themselves. They came almost to the top from a group of maybe three hundred aspirants. They played in several preliminary games here and in several games of their own. They came out with a pretty good record. Some of these may be on next year's Bulldog squad. Till then, adiosl -42.-. -Boys' Sports- Coaches . . . Ill ln the above picture are, from left to right, Coaches Charles Renfro, Gustave Zielasko, Robert Briscoe, R. R. Mock, and Joseph Fer- guson. These men have undertaken to keep the boys of A. H. S. physically ancl morally straight. Coaches Renfro and Wilson fnot pictureclj are in charge of gym classes, football, and basketball. Coach Wilson is also in charge of baseball: Renfro of track. Ill Two new coaches in the faculty are Ferguson for football, and Zie- lasko for track. ill Last, but not least, are Coaches Briscoe and Mock. They are in charge of intramurals. This phase in sports is important, if not es- sential, in the lives of the clubs. There is always interscholastic rivalry in our school. -4 3- -Boys' Sports- Ftamling: S. Johnson, Smith, Young, S Cillouniv, Vnlcloz, We-rick. Sitting: Evans, Barrow, Mayne, Hyde, Moore. enter, E. Johnson. Kneeling: Hogan. Dicrfs, Bulldogs . . ill These fellows were the Bulldog basketball team for the school year for 1940- l 94 l. At the first of the season, everything went against them, except they obtained the needed practical experience for later application. This knowledge was useful to them in-so-far as they later won the district tournament. However, in the state tournament they unfortunately went under to Las Cruces in the second round. Nevertheless, it was a swell season, fellasl! ..44... Yi Q. 1.,,,,, l,. IES llsi F-it -3 -Boys' Spor'l's+ . Elilondo, Moore, Boyer, J. Garcia, Duran, Craekel, Ellis, Bunten, Silva, -Hogan' ggi . B. Chavez, Diers, Gosso, Hastings, Chambers, Tsyitee, Barrow, Baldonada .A ' , f-, f ' mln-.J . .649 QL!! W I V . .Q A 9 Tsnnh 9 W ESL J' '. f"'3' . . The above bunch of fellows are, at the time of publication, striving to retain the championship of the state for baseball. This honored position was won by our team in the last season. Judging by the way they have been doing, they are going to keep that crownlll Good luclclll - 45 Through competitive tournaments of anyone wishing to compe'e. the following four, by virtue of their skills, became the members of our noteworthy tennis team. They will defend our honor and ability on the courts against the teams of various other places. Betcha they do welll 145- .,.,..,,, Golf 'll -Boys' Sports- One of the lesser known sports in our school is golf. Some say we don't have that sport in our school, but we do. At the time of publication this tournament hasn't been played. The competition is good: the Country Club links are used. We produce some very good golfers, as you all know. 4? Managers . . . 'll 'JI What a dog's life it is. "Work, work, we do all the work," is the tale of woe of a manager. Of all the mean jobs, that's one. A manager sure earnsfhis letter, taking care of this and that equip- ment, hauling it around, keeping track of it, keeping tab on the players, wrapping cuts, etc., etc. That's all in the day's work, though. The managers were Ewing and johnson for track, Clemens for bas- ketball, and Evans and Harrison for football. ...4 6-. -Boys' Sporfs- Elizondo, Moore, Boyer, J. Garcia, Duran, Crackel, Ellis, Bunten, Silva, Hogan. Reynolds. B. Chavez, Diers, Gosso, Hastings, Chambers, Tsyitee, Barrow, Baldonado Baseball , . . FLASH-They clidn't do it!! Tough luck!! fSee page 451 -4 7- Favori+e A+hle+es' Auiographs by L W' fl "V -V L 1' , , . ffflfvvffx ffvbf' - X lv! . '-'-- X -4 B.. -Clubs and Awards- Archaeology Society Q qi The Archaeology Society is one of the most unusual high school organizations in the United States. As far as it is known, it is the onl l b f ' ' ' y c u o its type ln a secondary school. The group is composed of students especially interested in the Held, mainly members of the archaeology class. Ill This year the club was very active in all the school activities U . . nder the able sponsorship of Miss Goddard, the organization has made steady progress and has become o standing clubs. President of the club was Jack Ellard. ne of the school's out- -49- -Clubs and Awards- Correspondence Club . . Ill The activities of the Correspondence Club have taught the A. H. S. girls many things about various foreign countries. Through this correspondence with various foreign boys and girls, many friend- shi s have been formed. Although the club's correspondence has P been limited this year, many new friendships have been enjoyed. The success of the club is due almost entirely to Miss lohnsonis help, which the members thoroughly appreciated. At each meeting a chairman and committees appointed for the week did special work. was studied each week. When possible, some class of food, representative of the country being studied, was A different country served. .-5 0.. -Clubs and Awards- , ..,,, . ,,..-, F. F. A. 'll 'll Q o e F. F. A. is the familiar name for the Future Farmers of America The Albuquerque Chapter was granted a charter by the national organization in October, l937. Since then it has been one of the most active clubs in school. The two main social events were a dance and the annual barbecue The club was sponsored by lVlr. Beumer and the president wrt Parkis Powers. -SI- -Clubs and Awards- Forestry Club . 'll The Forestry Club was organized by students interested in forestry service. Courses in forestry are investigated thoroughly in differ- ent colleges throughout the nation. Motion pictures and literature supplied by the United States Forest Service are used at all meet- ings. Many excursions are made during which lectures are given by Forest Service officials or members of the club. As an outdoor group, members enjoyed the field trips most of all. This club has been active in all school activities, sponsoring candy sales, dances, and floats in the parades. -52- -Clubs and Awa rds- G.A.A .:2. Ill The Girls' Athletic Association is sponsored by Mrs. Hays and the president is Thelma Lewis. ill Any girl who is a member of a physical education class with fifty or more points automatically becomes a member of G. A. A. This club, organized to create a general atmosphere of good sportsman- ship among the girls of Albuquerque High School, also affords a great deal of pleasure to its members. qi A variety of parties have been enjoyed, while the intra-class tourna- ments furnish fun, as well as points, for the participants. -.531 -Clubs and Awards- Honor Society - 131 The activities of the Honor Society are, of course, lim'tecl, luecau o of its large membership. qi This year, under the sponsor, lVliss Stirrat, the Honor Society spon- sored two candy sales and Floats in the school parades. Since mort of the members took part in the parties and picnics of other clubs, there was only one social event of the year for the Honor Society the spring picnic. 111 The president of the club this year was Donald Knode. ..54... -Clubs and Awards- Q Eff txidi Hunting and Fishing . qi The Hunting and Fishing Club was first organized at the beginning of the I939 term. The purpose was to help promote interest in hunting and fishing and to acquaint its members with the fish and game laws. 111 At the meetings and lectures picture shows were shown on hunting and fishing. When the fishing season opened several field trips were made to streams by the members. QI This year the club was sponsored by Mr. Mock. President of the club was Claude Leyendecker. -55- -Clubs and Awards- Lafin Club . ill The Latin Club, sponsored by Miss Hendricks, has steadily grown until this year, when it was one of the most powerful clubs in A. H. S. The Latin Museum has been greatly improved and is the pride of the entire club. 111 Entering in all the school activities, the Latin Club had two candy sales and took part in the school parades. ill A I-lallowe'en party, a Christmas party, and a spring picnic com- prised the main social events of the year. President of the club this year was Alice Kimball. ...56... -Clubs and Awe rds- The Pepper Club . The chief purpose of the Pepper Club is to help others and to have an all-around good time. At the beginning of the school year a group of volunteer girls assist Soph- omores and transfers in their registration. ln early November an initiation dance was held where around one hundred and fifty new girls became full- Hedged members by dressing as small girls, dolls, etc. December Zl the Student Union Building was bedecked in typical red and green decorations for about two hun- dred couples About four hundred junior high girls enjoyed the "get acquainted" party. And our successful year was finished on May 24, when our annual spring banquet and formal was held. The new engraved punch bowl was christened on this occasion. -5 7- -Clubs and Awards- Almvefl"an-Amorican Club Officers. Below-Pan-American Flub Sponsmxe. Pan American Club . . . qi The Pan-American Club of Albuquerque High School has a three- fold purpose. lr offers the high school student the best in social life and intramural sports. It offers the new student an opportunity to make friends and increase his or her enjoyment of school life. The club attempts to promote a feeling of friendship toward our South American neighbors, and observes "Pan-American Day" every year. .-58... -Clubs and Awards- g 1 , - -iv f Fun with the Pun-American Club l11i'lSQllCl'2ld0 .... "Doc," Miss Ayala. and "Rod . . . "Dave-" and HP0l'fil'U smile for us. . . Evoryom- 1-njoys having: 21 DiL'f,lll't' takv . Sha1'psho0tin,Q'. ,591 -Clubs and Awards- Plans and Policies . . . 111 Plans and Policies is a newly organized group for the purpose of aiding in the direction of school affairs. Members are from all three classes chosen by several members of the faculty and club repre- sentatives. Ill lt is one of the most active groups in the school and is one of the main backers of Pioneer Day. They sponsored several new ideas in the school program. They are responsible for the new hall bul- letin boards and the home room period discussions. Altogether they are the back-bone of the student body, sponsored by Mrs. Hays and Mr. Tate. -6 0.. -Clubs and Awards- The Prin+ Shop . . . lll The Print Shop is one of the most important factors in the school life of Albuquerque High School. Besides printing the three publications, all program cards, stu- dent handbooks, dramatic and musical production pro- grams, emblems, posters, school election ballots, and the Junior and Senior Prom programs, are printed there. ill lVlr. Holcomb has been the printing instructor for several years, and in his capable hands even the most rough printer leaves his course with the fundamental principles of printing. i61- -Clubs and Awards- l , , l Ski Club 3 Q Q Ill The Albuquerque High School Ski Club is one of the best known in the state. Its members have entered several ski meets, usually placing quite well. ill The Ski Club was formally organized in February, l939, when a ski meet was planned by Coach Wilson and Mr. Reynolds. Since then the club's membership has greatly increased, with the mem- bers becoming almost expert in the handling of skiis. Ill The club president was Al Staehlin, while the sponsor was Coach Wilson. -Clubs ancl Awards Remember'Em? . . . l.-A scene from Austin game. 2.-Austin's Pep Squad-h-m-ml 3.-Homecoming Parade Float. 4.-Drill Squad forming a star. 5.-Forming "A" for Albuquerque. 163- -Clubs and Awards- Beards For Pioneer Day . . Top row: Melvin Morris, Wayne Parker, Uvaldo Armijo, Mr. Simpson Bottom row: Robert Reay, Melvin Murray, Herbert jones, Wlllle Lopez ..64.. -Clubs and Awards- Mass Production of B6211'd'i Co Miw Shepard nuii t . ., ., , 1 can .... All set for the "Big Day." . . .Tho "'491"" 'X ' ' uh an commg. ..65- -Clubs and Awards- Eve1jyone's having: 21 swell time. . . Wonder what he represents. . . Talking about the good ol' days .... Horsemen and women waltlng for the parade. . . In the paraiie. . . Bicycles from the '90s Qmaybel. ,661 -Clubs and Awa rds- Statue in Art Room, Darrell Burchfield -67- Clubs and Awards Landscape, Dan Knight ..63.. -Clubs and Awa rds- Southwcstcrn Landscape, Dorothy Kirls -69- -Clubs and Awards- Imaginary Landscape, Bill Harmon -70- Clubs and Awards Still Life, sam Hicks -71- -Clubs and Awards- Nahonal Award Commercial Department . . . The secretarial practice class of the Albuquerque High School won first place in the high school division of the Business Letter Writing contest held in March by the "Business Education World" of New York City. The honor has come to the high school for three succes- sive years and thus the silver trophy cup awarded each year to the winner of first place has become the permanent possession of the school. Each member of the class received a certificate of membership in the Order of Business Efhciency, a national organizalion of business students. Betty Clements, Henrietta Chavez, and Norma Hall received honor- able mention for the papers they submitted in the contest. This class won second-place honors in a Business Personality contest held at the same time. The members of the class are Selia Aira, Marjorie Antoine, Martha Bludworth, Annette Bretchel, Henrietta Chavez, Betty Clements, Ruth Ann Colclasure, Lucille Cole, Elizabeth Craig, Dorothy Daniel. Billie Rene Earnhart, Betty Eidson, Rita Garcia, Norma Hall, Beth Hampton, Margaret Hernandez, Rita Hesselden, Katherine Koulas, Marie Leonard, Rosella McGuinness, Mary Metzgar, Virginia Mun- son, Elsa Marie Olson, Patricia Phelan, Flora Quintana, Joe Robles, Hazel Saunders, Alice Schulmann, Mary Tabacchi, Norma Thornell, Dee Tucker, Everett Watt, Anna Zagar. ..-72 .. -Clubs and Awards- Orchestra Members . First Violins: Esther Garcia, Adele Chavez, Mary Katherine Bail. Zelda Lea Jones, Margaret Chavez, Joe Fleming, Alex Dezula. Second Violins: Winona Lappin, Doris Jones, Maurine Condit, Helen Greesion, Anita Baca, Dolores Blumenthal, Connie Garcia. Crucita Jaramillo, Diana Napoleon, Strelow. Viola: Billie Marie Benedict. Cello: Mary Ellen Gabriele, Stanton Reynolds. Basses: Leon Davis, Beatrice Lucero, Joe Mullingfs, Mabel Jackson. Flute: Dick Clark, Lenora Cason. Oboe: John Martinez. Saxophone: Jayne White. Horn: Billie Jeanne Angels. Trombone: Roger Johnson, Dan Morgan. Cornets: Floyd Hale, Ludolph McClain, Jimmy Whitlow. Piano: Dorothy Kemp. Joyce Riehl. Clarinet: Billie Bevans, Kenny Eilar. -731 -Clubs and Awards- Band Members . . . Top row tleft to rigghtj: Jimmie Payne, Joe Mullings, John Baisley, Fred Miller. S 2 ' l row: Harold Spohr, Ed Seward, Clifford Berr-yhill, Bill Morrow, Alfred Coullo- econa don, Norma Putman, Leonard Mo1'ris. Eugene White, Marcella Benavldes, Marilyn Adams Catherine Jackson, Billie Jean Angelo. Third row: Gene Harms, Bob Hamp- ton, Wallace Bailey, Dwight Miller, Art McGlamery, George Hight, Ed Killian. Eugene Hicks, Leo Candelaria,.Leonard Woods, Adele Chavez, Elaine Kloss, VValter Webster. Alameda Haines, Charlene Woodson. Fourth row: Jimmie Hastings, Jimmy Whitlow, J h ie Martinez, Geary Allen, Edward Cates. Bob Garcia, Charles Nassif, Roger v0 Hn Coulloudon, James Zartman, Fred Henrich, Eleanor Horton, Shirley Herrick, Dick Clark Bill Rippel. Fifth row: Lionel Ortega, Billie Bevans, Emma Cordova, Erulene Band . . . Ill During his years at A. H. S., Mr. Carl Cramer has maintained a band that has been one of the best in New Mexico. This past foot- ball season the band presented new and different formations on the football field. Their musical arrangements before the game and between halves was an inspiration to the players and students. The band members made a trip this past season to Raton and played for all the local games. -Clubs and Awards- Band Members . . . Hardy. Julia Murphy, Betty Lou Schultz, James Hosher, Sam Hicks, Lzinrn l'adillz1. Vernon Jarumillo, Stanley Wolking, Beth Davis, Jayne White, Albert Morris. Sixth row: Maxine Doty, Bart Kinney, Charles Woodson, Zane Caudill. Bottom row: Di- Mary Jean Allen, Gloria Cordova, Nell Iffngland, Lenore Christensen: Drum Mzljor: rector Carl L. Cramer, Majorettes: Helen Clevenger, Ola Gaitely, Betty Jean Curl. Curtis Sizemore. Membens not in picture: Donald Alderman, Jack Balderson, Lenora Cason, Luther Clayton, Frank Darrow. Emily Dunsworth, Kenny Eilar, Teal Gray, Floyd Hale, Maybelle Jackson, Roger Johnson, Jeanne Long, Beatricl Lu ' A' D ' th L Luo, oio y Larrlmore, Ludolph Mcfllnin, Dan Morgan. Delphine Naranjo, Ann Otero, Jack Red- man, Phyllis Shipley, Roy Tauche. Band . . . 131 Besides participating in all A. H. S. events, the band also played in all parades and has become a familiar and pleasant sight to the townspeople. Ill Leading the A. H. S. band out on the Held were our two drum majors, the Sizemores, Gerry and Curtis. And leading the drill squad were Helen Clevenger, Gloria Cordova, Ola Cnately, Betty ,lean Curl, Mary Jean Allen, Nell England, and Lenore Christensen. -JB- -Clubs and Awards- l l The Cantata . With the singers arrayed in their usual wine-colored cassocks and white surplices and stationed before the large church window, the annual Christmas cantata, "The Shepherds' Christmas," by Morton G. Luvass, was presented in the high school auditorium, December eighteenth and nineteenth. The theme was carried out beautifully with several solos sung, and the numbers of the A Capella Choir added to it in their organ-like qualities. The stage, with its many-lighted trees, glittering red cellophane balls, the clever tableaus, lent to the general atmosphere. When the last notes of the mighty "Hallelujah Chorus" sounded, the audience left with regret but carried with them the true spirit of Christmas. Under the excellent guidance of Miss Virginia McManus, this year's Cantata proved to be one of the finest Christmas presentations in the history of the school. .-16.. -Clubs and Awards- The OpereH'a . . . Under the direction of Miss Virginia McManus, the high school music department presented on March twentieth and twenty-first in the high school auditorium "Joan of the Nancy Lee," a comic operetta by Louis Woodson Curtis. Taking the leads were Doris White as Lady Joan Leyton, and Bill Morrow as "Cap'n Dick," ,loan's old sweetheart and the captain of the pirate ship on which Joan and her bridesmaids were taken pris- oners. Marguerite Boyle very convincingly played the part of the highly excitable Dona. Bill Bloody, played by Bill Shaw, was the pirate out to get control of the ship, but was finally won over by the Mistress Rhoda Greensarl, played by Dorothy Tireman. "Stut- tering Steve," played by Howard Shockey, got many laughs in his pursuit of Henrietta, played by Jane Johnston. Dorinda and Florinda, played by Betty Gassaway and Virginia Lackey, were the twins whom Barnaby Hyde, played by Marvin Romme, and Jerry Leyton, played by Bill Martin, were always getting mixed up. The chorus of pirates and bridesmaids made a colorful background and provided an excellent musical score. 177- -Clubs and Awards- Tlne Junior Play , C E Rice! Wrecks! Troubles! Parents! All went to make UFootloose," the play presented by the junior class December fifth and sixth in the auditorium, a "racy well-timed comedy," to put it in the words of the able director, Miss Ann Komadina. The Early children, Hope fcnloria Lee Kingsburyl, Dick Uerry Friedmanl, Bob fstanton Reynoldsl, and Mary fMarjorie Harrell- Helen Gaylordl, sent their parents, convincingly portrayed by Bill Rippel and Mary Elizabeth Potter, on a vacation to prove that the young people could take care of themselves without the help of their parents. Finally, however, the problems were solved with the help of I-lope's former sweetheart, Sanford Welles CBill Johnsonjg Hope and Sanford were reconciled, but everyone admitted that affairs ran smoother when Mother and Dad took charge. .-78- -Clubs and Awards- p mu Alice Schulman, Pat Lenihan, Catharine Bail, Miss Komaclina. Second row: Doim H mans, Dorothy Tireman, Maxine Bullock, Lola Lee Lucas. Third row Darrell Bunchficld, Gene Harms, Melvin Morris, Bill Shaw, John Baislcy. Senior Play . . . Tiger House, a popular mystery comedy-drama by Robert St. Clair, was presented by the Senior Class on May 8 and 9. It was a play of thrills, chills, romance, laughter, and above all-suspense. Erma Lowrie, a young shop girl, played by Maxine Bullock, in- herited an estate from her eccentric aunt, and according to the terms of the will, had to occupy the house for one year. Erma's cousins Arthur fDarrell Burchfieldj and Oswald fjohn Baisleyl, her living aunt, Sophia fDorothy Tiremanl, and Peggy Van Ess fAlice Schulmannj were all house guests when things began to happen. Screams in the night clutching tiger claw w ' d l' h d , - s, elr lg ts, an strange disappearings of some of the characters added to the atmosphere of mystery. Others in the cast who contributed to the success of the play were M .... ac, the boatman-but a detective in disguise fGene Harmsl, Thompson, the lion-keeper fBill Shawl, Mrs. Murdock, the house- keeper CKatherine Bail and Dorothy Tiremanl, and the mystery- woman fl..ola Lee Lucasl. -79- -Clubs and Awards- l The Stage Crew . Three cheers for a swell group of boys: this year's stage crew, Bill Woods, Clarence Burke, Robert Harrell, and Bob Brady. They were responsible for pulling curtains, arranging and setting up the scenery and the props, and adjusting the lights and sound effects. ln short they were the boys behind, and responsible for, the scenes. They were on the job not only for the junior and senior plays, the ernbliesg but also they gave their time when the high school stage was used by any outside organizations. ' f ll ho ave their time and operetta, cantata, and ass So give a hand for these energetic e ows w g effort: and whose handiwork we see, but who are never seen them selves by the audience who mthey strive to please. -30- -Publications La Reata Staff . Edward Balcomb, Editor-in-Chief Helen Paulantis, Senior Editor Louise Ford, Assistant Senior Editor Betty Gylling, Co-Editor, Clubs and Awards Mary Pollock, Co-Editor, Clubs and Awards Betty June Rayburn, Girls' Sports Editor Betty Dickens, Junior Editor Betty Jane Parish, Assistant Junior Editor Jean Hale, Sophomore Editor Mercedes Ortega Sophomore Editor Jean, Bosick, Music and Dramatics, Co-Editor Allene Lowery, Music and Dramatics, Co-Editor Robert Reay, Printer Darrel Burchfield, Artist Edward Snow, Photographer Raymond Rutz, Assistant Photographer Ruth Kimball, Artist 'lorence Olson, Sponsor Iary Elizabeth Botwinis., Artist Jinfred Buskirk, Sponsor H. Holcomb Sponsor LSI- Publications ..32.. Record Staff Marian Hallock, Editor-in-Chief Julian Dow, Associate Editor Betty Ellen Hearn, Associate Editor Pat Lenihan, Sports Editor . Bobby Sandoval, Sports Writer Shirley Mount, Circulation Manager Virginia Moss, Exchanges Evelyn Polansky, Chief Copy and Proof Reader Florence Short, Copy and Proof Reader Priscilla Chavez, Copy Reader Paul Walter, Reporter Harold Thompson, Reporter John Bloom, Reporter Edgar Rawls, Reporter Gloria Kingsbury, Reporter Jean Reed, Reporter Howard Shockey, Typist Martha Bludsworth, Typist Aileen Nanninga, Typist Orville Wilson, Photographer Allen B. Williams, Sponsor Henry Schoeneck Photographer J. H. Holcomb, Sponsor Publicafions -8 3- Yucca Staff . 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H Y J 0d N. w ,L L X ' . , fi f -Class of 43- U w . -L X Xl W Ll Q jerry Gatewood . President Georgianna Chval . Vice-President Lou jaramillo . . . Secretary-Treasurer QI Gee whiz, its a big school. Boy, I was dwarfed into obscurity. Not only the size dwarfed me but when you speak to a junior or senior and they just walk off and leave you out on a limb, it's embarrassing and even provoking. l didn't know that one could be so ig- nored by another just because of class distinctions. W i t h discouragements like this one feels that one should live en'irely within one's own class. l feel that it is the wrong philosophy and should be avoided. ill This year from our class we chose three people as our executive repre- sentatives. They are Jerry Gatewoocl, presiclentg Georgianna Chval, vice- president: Lou jaramillo, secretary- Lreasurer. They have done a good job and l, for one, am grateful. Until next year- Adios! -g6.. Adclle Alarid Nita Alexander Mary Jean Allen George Anderman Geneva Angell Miriam Arble Chinita Armijo La Vonne Atkins Dorcas Austin Hubert Austin Joe Baca Loonela Baca Patty Bacon Yvonne Bailey Tommie L. Ballin Paul Barnhart Ruth Barnhill Geraldine Barre' Patricia Barter Nina Bass Billie Beach Jim Becker Melba Benavides Velma Bergkvist Mary Helen Be1'kvist Jackie Berkshire Thomas Berry Dolores Blumenthal Class of '43 -8 7.. Class of '43 my 1 -.881 Ira Boldt Mary Bossa Phyllis Bostwick Lois J. Boyd Carl Boyer Marjorie Branson Anna Brennon Clarence Burke Dian Burnett Bliss Bushman Jack Butler Mildred Byer Paul Cain Helen Callahan Lillian Callhan Barbara Candelaria Esquiel Candelaria Rafaelita Candelaria Betty Jo Cannon Harry Carle Ethlene Carpenter Peggy Carroll Leo Carson Lenora Cason Edward Cates Rex Chambers Naomi Charlionneaux Arthur Chavez Lola Jean Chavez Mary Helen Chavez June Clayton Nila Clayton Gene Clinesmith Audry Clyne Silvia Conrad James Cooms Harry Crawford Rosalene Cutlip Betty Jean Curl Beth Davis Alex De Zula Manual Diaz Janet Dickinson Gertrude Dillon C-eorgrie Dillon Bill Dixon Janie Danalson Lila Lee Donalson Don Douglas Julietta Dreyfus Mary Frances Dun Dorothy Earnhart Fredrick Eatinger Jean Eidson Dick Ellis Evelyn Ellis lap Class of '43 -891 Class of '43 -90- Harriet Elrod Marilyn Estes Jack Fertig La Vera Fiedler Virginia Lee Fisher Jimmy Forley Bette Ford George Forrester Dick Gaines Leo Garcia Ola Gately Rosetta Gibson feline Giomi James Goodner Jean Grible Fleeta Guest Jenn Haake Betty Hagerty .Joan Hale A. T. Hannctt Betty Hannett IICftGl' Hanni Erleyne Hardy ifaxine Harrell Jack Haris Wanda Hemphill Earlene Henson Helen Hentz .L .,-lg Mildred Hernandez Fhirley Herrick Lois Hickman Irmalee Hill Mary Lou Hoffman Eleanor Horton Don Houghton Robert Iclen Cruz A. Jaramillo Billy Johns Frances Jones Jean Jones Josephine Jones Lou Ann Jones Russell Jones Mildred Jordan B-ob Julian Doris Jurgensen Beth Kennedy Bartley Kinney Dorothy Kirk Laura Lee Kirkpatl' Earl Knudson Louf' a Krogh Barbara La Crux Clyde Landnaw Jonny Landis Le Geia Langston ick Class of '43 -911 Class of '43 -..9 2.- Nita Langston James Lebloe Donald Lieseman Kathrine Limbaugh Fred Lindeman Margerie Lloyd Bob Lamb Josephine Lopez Esther Lovato Ray Lucas Betty Jean Lyons Onella Lynch Florence McCarthy Bob McDonald Paul McG1amory Corinne McKenzie Epibanio Marez Mary Sue Marshall Sarah Mae Martin Joe Martinez Lillian Massey Shirley Matthews Naomi Metzgar Fred Michael Raymond Michael Edna Miles Elizabeth Miles Jack Moon Helen Moore Mary Moore Bill Morris Bruce Morris Bill Morrow Daniel Mosher Helonse Nadler Diana Napoleon Bruno Navalerzi James Neal Frances Ogden Mercedes Ortega Elaine Osborn Anita Padilla Laura Padilla Rosita Padilla George Parish Bill Pegue Duane Pentz Betty Perkins Doolie Pierce Harold Poulsen Jane Quinn Jimmie Rakes Harold Ramsey Harry Ranville Mary Lee Ratcliff Gloria Reed Class of '43 P ll 1 I I f' I V ! ,fk 1 ' J Silt. ff , 4153 H 5:4 .1 "' A ' i' 4' ffl- 'X 'St-Iflf' 1 f ' -ll "lil A . any , A .j 'x ui' 1 Ny f I. - .wa fl! AU' ll ly t- yoj I 4 .9 l t 1 ,ff Class of '43 -9 4.. Jean Reed Frances Requadt Millie Rhoads Myran Robart Clarence Roberts James Roberts Joan Robinson Christine Romero Jack Rose Bob Rcfr. Ned Ross Jeanette Rouckus Varnell Rouse Mary Lucy Rcybal Tony Ruvolo Dolores Salazar Bertha Sanchez Gilbert Sanchez Josephine Sanchez John Sanderson Bobby Sandoval Rebecca Sandoval Marie Scheibner Gerald Schinledeekel Alice Schoebel Bob Schuetz Fanny Seneker Betty Shermon Patsy Shew John Max Shirley Oscar Shirley Thelma Shoemaker Horace Silva Terry Silva Mary Simone Dorothy Skouscn Harold Smith Jack Smith Shirley Smith Virginia Stanford Lee Stokes Gladys Stumpf Imogene Sullins Bea Swanson Raymond Swenson Mary Bee Switzer James Tadlock Janet Tagliaferro Retty Taylor Jean Teeter Marilyn Terry Frances Thompson Dorothy Thornell Margery Tireman Don Torres Teodarita Torres ia, , SM, , Class of '43 -9 5- in-at C qwu WMM 1, i , " 4 x, ., A H. ?'5 WM 1. Q ,fr Q' if vis A, ! I' A-el, ,V lf' ' - 'X ' li Agfa! fffawdffwfn Qwffmje 9 Class of '43 ...9 6... Le Roy Tsyitee Claire Van Atta Lawrence Vanderwagon Claire Adele Van Dorn Betty Gail Waggoncr Joan Walls Bill Watson Jane Watson David Watts Walter Webster Eris Wenk Caroline West Mary Lee White Ruth Wickham Larry Willcut Virginia Lee Williams Clara Williams Betty Wilkins Frances Wilson Patsy Wilson Marion Wilson Orville Wilson Amelia Wiltbank Diana Wolf Donald W-olking Leonard Wood Charlene Woodson Charles Woodson Betty Wright Ethel Wright Roberta Yeck Marga ret Zamora Grace Zimmerman Class of '43- 1 1 -9 7- -Class of '43- Throo Soph Get-togethers in Patio at Noon -981 giibivfvi-IF I ' 10.3515-its 0 WERE omni A M 5qpH,gg SENIOR' 5 f 'X 5 A WELL. are-voua om.-r ' N ,I JJ b A Jumok- . N f' ' 0 ,OO W ex ' , X " If l V K UUNIOQ50 Ag pon'-r ACT so SMART- 1 Q vowae Nor A SENIOR X - YET !! 2 - ll ,- 1 G ' YES sm- ' ...I -fx ' v N v. J, Q Q 3 ' . A . I D I A w '5 ' is U 'D M ' I x F41 ' , . x . 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" e' ' .+ ' ' .."I,- -Class of '42- 3 P X S I-Smiling for the Hbirdief' 4--Vice-president "Maggie." 2-Straight and tall against the wall. 5-"Crip" Leyendecker and his props 3-Differences in appearance. 6-New Mexico scenery. 19 9... xsfjgs Q' K Class of '42- ,Iack Redman . President James McGee . . . Vice-President Martha White . . . Secretary-Treasurer ill In our first class activity, election of officers, we chose Jack Redman president: james McGee vice-presi- dent: and Martha White secretary- treasurer. The annual junior play, "Footloose," threw the spotlight on some very good actors and actresses. The junior-Senior Prom promises to be one of the best ever staged at Al-l.S. Ill On the athletic fields the Junior Class helped to bring glory to our Alma Mater. With such a record we will be Seniors "to be wondered at." Watch outl Here we come! l -l00- Dorothy Abernathy Marilyn Adams Roy Adams Wasson Adciox Flora Aira Doris Akin Betty Albert Mike Alderete John Almarez Dollie Anderson Sara Jean Anderson Jim Anthony Virginia Aragon Velma Archuleta Betty Jane Averill VIzu'g'aret Baca ,Vallace Bailey llanagan Baird Setty Babcock Jorma Barrett :ill Barricklow Vilson Bechtel Ioh Becker leola Becker fary Helen Beddow irginia Beirne ob Bennett eggy Berry Class of '42 -l0I- Class of '42 f-l02- Odis Blankinship Joe Black Adele Bleteher John Bloom James Bohn Alan Bollee Peggy Booker Jean Bosiek Elva Booth Evelyn Botts Mary Elizabeth Botwini Evelyn Bowen Barbaralee Bowser Marguerite Boyle Donald Braught Harrison Brehmer Margaret Brewer Martha Brewer Loretta Brock Wentworth Brown Bernard Burrell Dorothy Jean Busby Ruth Byers Beatrice Byrd Bernice Byrd Charles Caffey Owassa Cameron Fern Carrieo Jean Carter Perry Cates Eliosa Chavez Ernest Chavez Leo Chavez Priscilla Chavez Rita Chavez Sadie Chavez Lenore Christensen Jack Cillessen Dick Clark Bill Cletsoway Helen Clevenger Vernice Conley Gloria Cordova Dorothy Cornelius Mary Alice Crawford Billy Crocker Wayne Crowder Margaret Crowley Robert Crozza Anna Culver Ethel Marie Culver Pauline Curb Margaret Danfelser Dorothy Daniel Marion Dargan Gordon Darrah Class of '42 -IO3- Class of '42 -I04- Marjorie Darwin Charles Davidson Henry Davis Raymond Davies Don Dawson Angelenia De Baca Rollen Dexter Betty Dickens Jimmy Dillon Thomas Dorn Julian Dow John Galloway Larry Galbreth Betty Lee Frost Virginia Lee Fritz Jerry Friedman Frances Foster Louise Ford Darlene Flegge Doris Fisher Glade Fife Bardabelle Eppert Nell England Billy Ellis Virginia Ellinwood George Elam Frances Eilar Mary Frances Eddleman Lewis Galloway Benita Gannon Leonella Garcia Betty Gassaway James Gay Helen Gaylord Rosemarv Gilbert James Giles Helen Gonzales Leston Gooding Doris Grissam Edna Gutierrez Alice Haggerty Helen Hammond Jack Hamilton Bob Hampton Bill Harmon Margery Harrell Lorna Mae Harrelso Norman Harris. Phyllis Harris John Hart Eldred Hein June Helm Holley Hening Helen Hess Ruenette Hilley Frances Hinton Il Class of '42 -105- Class of '42 -l06- Ralph Hofheins James Holmes Denny Hood Edna Mae Horn James Hoshor Martha Jane Howe Junia Hughes Norma Huling Wallace Hunt Jo Ann Huston Lee Hyde Harriet Jane Johns Edwin Johnson Jane Johnson Doris Jones Zelda Lee Jones Tom Jordon Nadyne Kemble Dorothy Kemp Cleve Kietcham Vada Key Edwin Killian Gloria Lee Kingsbury Bill Kingston Betty Klentschy Elaine Kloss Illene Kolb Virginia Lackey Bill Laney Kathrine Lansing Gordon Larson Opal Lattin Pat Leathem Helen Leavit Frances Leblo Mary Ellen Leech Phyllis Lee R. G. Lee Lorraine Lenicheck Vivian Lewis Claud Leyendecker Eddie Lochmoeller Andrew Lopez Allene Lowery Eileen Madsen James Mafit Charles Maldonado Mary Jane Major Janet Mallory Claud Mann Don Martin Dorothy Martin Elsie Mae Martin Gale Martin Lawrence Martin Pat Martinez Class of '42 -l08- Sophie Martinez Beverly Martz Charles Mayer John Mayne Bill McCord Jane McCormick John McCullough Lynn McDonald Arthur McGlamery Katherine McIntosh Phyllis McKay Lucile McKinley Billy McKinney Jacquelyn Melton Bill Metcalf Alpha Miller Martin Miller Viola Mirabal David Moir Fidel Montoya Johnny Moore Bruce Morris Helen Morris Robert Morris Sue Morris Margaret Morrow Wallace Morrow Virginia Moss Beverly Mosely Shirley Mount Joe Mullingfs Kenneth Munn Reed Murray Elsie Myer John Nelson Priscilla Newcomb Patsy Nicasio Willa Mae Norton Virginia Neuffer Bill Nygren Joyce Ogden Tom Ogilvie Ann Otero Betty Overmier Esther Padilla Sara Jane Pannack Betty Jane Parish Ernest Perea Bob Penny Jean Ann Pfleider Patricia Phelan Leonella Pino Evelyn Polansky Mary Pollock Myrine Porter Mary Elizabeth Potter Class of '42 -l09- Class of '42- Betty June Raburn Odessa Rankin Edgar Rawls. Jack Reynolds Vivian Richardson Elwin Ridinger Joyce Riehl Bill Rippel Donald Roberts Frances Rogers Marguerite Rolliane Howard Romme Marjorie Rose Raym-ond Rutz Jimmy Ryan Margaret Salazar Bob Sale Manuel Sandoval Lois Sandstrom Gerry Schneider Jeanne Scott Mae Dell Scott Bernice Sena Edwin Seward l - Jack Scott Baker Shannon Ida, Shelbv L Florence Short -ll0- Earl Shultz Billie Smith Bonnie Smith Burton Smith Frances Smith Jack Smith Lloyd Smith Mary Smith Parker Smith Dorothy Solomn Lowell Sperry Ida Spiker Dan Stern Jean Sturman Vern Swanson Gustalyn Syme Vera Ellen Talley Dewey Tarkington Jacqueline Thaxton Harold Thompson Mary Lou Thompson Marcia Thompson O. B. Tho1'pe Betty Todd Virginia Todnem Ruby Trusty Arthur Tsyitee Eileen Tuker Class of '42 -Ill- Class of '42- Bob Turner Jean Turner Helen Valentine Rachel Vanderford Martha Vigil Theresa Vigil Jo Vollmer Paul Walters Blanche Ward Eileen Watkins James Watson Doris Weeks Helen White Jayne White Cora Bess Whittington Richard Wickens Kenneth Williams Dorothy Wil-son Mona Lou Wilson Bill Wingate Carl With Wanda Wolland Evelyn Wright l Lewis Zang -ll2- SAY-' Tl'M A MAN-S! f I c. Rf V SJ ' Ho-HUM-wssr-I 1' HAD'NT STATE-0 our sp LATE NIGHT K ,N LAST 'N 'I K U 1 in Q S S T b ' S TNQ 47 JUST wAlT SQUIRT- T X-f UNTIL YOU GET TO , THE "ULU v ' .X f S Q f ' G 110, 'scNloQs" l A ,, H'RAY AT N J LAST VP1 C X' GRADUATING -ll .. MW 's I . I I .. , I . '- s ',.1 ', , .I 1, f r-.. " " f .1 1- 'eu -- , " 5 I' -' If '- fx' .. sv' I I I 4 I I :I I' a' iw. II I I -. .lla I. , . . . I I I -I . - It I. I, Y - -.I . . 1 1 . . - .. , . I A I .,- - 4 . .. W. . 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I - . . ., v , .,-, ' 4' . 1. ., . - . - - :II . .Iv Iv II: I, -',. -. 7- . 1. - II . . PII .,w."'I. . " " .. Q ' 4 "Wx . SQ' ' ' , v V Y A '.-1. ' .1 .5 IISI , -Class of '4 I- Why not share the candy, Buzzio? .... Featuring Supc1'm.an Saunders Muybv Thorncll dot-sn't want her picturu taken .... Loafing' in thc patio Our chu-1'Im-miing twins .... What ex smilc-, Hank. Is it for thc- "birdic? Thu thu-v mosquitoes. -II3- Class of '4 I- Senior Class Officers . President . . . Dante Scl'1ifani- "A" Club 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4, Hill-Billy Band 3, 4, Plans and Policies 4, Stage Crew 2, 3. Vice-President . . . Ruth Ann Colclasure- Class Secretary-Treasurer 2, G. A. A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Gold "Ag" O. G. A. 3, Plans and Policies 4, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer . . Aileen Nanninga- G. A. A. 3, 4g Gold "Ag" Honor Society Treasurer, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Plans and Policies 4, Tumblers Club 3, 4. Announcement Committee . . . Adele Chavez, Patricia Ann Cristy, Porfirio Elizondo, Harriet Kemper, Orin Muir. Color Committee . . . Lois Capron, Patsy Dieckman, Robert Michael, Stewart Turnley, Lucille Yearout. Memorial Committee . . . John Baisley, John Barrow, Ellen Hall, Max Lucero, Maxine Roberts. --I l4- -Class of '4I V., Candelaria Abeyta Pan-American Club Isaac Abeyta Boxing 35 Motion Picture Ma- chine Operator 45 Radio Club 4 Jane Agnew C. T. 45 Class Secretary-Treas- urer 35 G.A.A. 3, 45 Gold "A5" 5 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Safety -A Council, 2, 3, 45 Tumblers' 3, 4 Selia Ai1'a Correspondence Club 25 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 O.G.A. 3 Donald Alderman "A" Club 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Football Manager 35 O.A.T. 35 Spanish Club 2 Geary Allen Band 2, 3, 45 Gold "A" Mary Louise Aleshire Archery Club 45 Correspondence Club 25 O.G.A. 35 Skating Club 4 Faviola Anaya Cantata 25 Girl Reserves 25 Pan-American Club 2 Marjorie Antoine Archery Club 45 Bowling' Club 45 Cantata 2, 35 Correspondence Club 25 O.G.A. 35 Pepper Club 45 Tumblers' Club 3 Flora Apodaca Girl Reserves 35 Girls' League 3, 45 O.A.T. 3 Fedelina Archuleta Uvaldo Leo Armijo Baseball 45 Basketball 2, 35 Me- chanics Club 3 ,ophelia Atherton Archery 45 Bowling Club 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2 'auline DeBaca Cantata 25 Girl Reserves 2, 35 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 2 3,5 Spanish Club 2, 3 bavid B. Baca -ll5- Class of '4I --l l6- David James Baca "A" Club 4, Archeology Club 33 Basketball 4g F.F.A. 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4 Ben Baca Archeology Society 3, Basket- ball 3, 4g Printers' Club 3, 43 Yucca 4 Eleanor Baca Transfer, Los Angeles, Califor- nia, Girls' League 2, 4, Span- ish Club 2 Epy Baca Max R. Baca "A" Club 4, Basketball 2, 33 Football 2, 3, 4, Plans and Poli- cies. 4, Track 2, Intramurals 2, 3 Katherine Bail Current Literature 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 3, 4, Plans and Poli- cies 4, Rifle Club 25 Senior Play John Baisley Transfer, Esko, Minnesota, Band 43 Honor Society 4, Science Club 4 Edward Balcomb La Reata 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-chief 4, Announcers Club 3, 45 Band 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Forestry Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3 Mary Lou Ballentine Archery Club 35 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Girls League Secretary 3, Latin Club 29 0. A. T. 33 O. G. A. 3, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Genevieve Barela Girl Reserve 39 Girls League 3, 43 O. G. A. 35 O. A. T. 3 Louis Barela Severo Barela Boxing 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Plans and Poli- cies 4g Radio Club 3 Elizabeth Baretincich John Barrow "A" Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Stage Crew 3 Boots and Saddles Club 4 Barbara Barth Emilu Barton G. A. A. 35 Pan American Club 25 Pepper Club 4, Tennis Tour- nament 2, 3, 4 David Bearden Intramurals 2, 3, Pan American Club 3, 43 President 4g Project- ilonist Club, Track 2, 3, 4 Charles Becker F. F. A. 2, 33 Treasurer 3 George Benavides Marcella Benavides Natalie Bernadett Archery Club 3, 43 Florence Nightingale Club 3, Girls League 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 2, 3,45 O. A. T. 3, Tumblers Club 2, 3 Billie Louise Bevans Band 2 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3,4 Eleanore Black Transfer, Santa Fe, New Mexico, French Club 45 G. A, A. 4, Pepper Club 45 Plans and Poli- cies 4 Martha Bludworth O. A. T. 35 O. G. A. 3, Record 4 Caroline Bock Correspondence Club 2, 3, 4g French Club 45 O. A. T. 3, G. A. A. 35 Ride Award 3 Muriel Bolles Amateur Show 3, 45 Cantata 45 French Club Secretary-Treasuw er 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Pepper -Club 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 35 Sen- ior Play Mildred Boston Transfer, Amarillo, Texas knnette Brechtel O. A. T. 3g 0. G. A. 35 Pepper Club Drill Squad 4 Cenneth Breece "A" Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 43 Track 3 Ielly Brewer Transfer, Lyons, Georgia Class of '4I -IH- Class of '4I- ---f - --, .1-. .. . ......-..-vrwv-. in 1 4 , Y g. A V H we ' , 11. E . ,- rl sg' --lI8- Kathryn Brown Girls League, Pepper Club 4 Joe Brozo Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Intramurals 3g Latin Club 2, Plans and Policies 4 Lillian Bucklin French Club 4 Maxine Bullock Bowling League 4, G. A. A. 2, Pan American 2, 33 Pepper Club 3, 43 Record 2, 35 Rifle Club 2, Senior Play Donald Bunten Baseball 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 45 Forestry Club 4 Dar1'ell Burchfield "A" Club 4, Cheerleader 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, La Reata 45 Plans and Poli- cies 4g Record 2, 3g Senior Play Marjorie Burnett G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 O. G. A. 33 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Helen Burt Florence Nightingale Club 23 G. A. A. 2, Girls League 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserve 2, O. A. T. 3, 45 Rifle Club 4 Evelyn Cain Archery 3, 43 Florence Nightin- gale Club 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Girls League 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, Tumblers Club 2 Lois Capron Boy's Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Corres- pondence Club 2, 3g Operetta 3, 4: Pepper Club 2 Tino Carrillo Baseball 4, Pan American 2, Track 3 Myron Carson Ima Jean Carter Transfer, Springer, Oklahiomat G. A. A. 43 O. G. A. 3, Pepper Club 4 Jack Carter 5. A. Club 2, 3, 4, Presideni George Case Football 2, 3, 4, Forestry 2 -Class of '4I Billy Joyce Cash Libby Castillo Girl Reserve 35 O. A. T. 3 Zane Caudill Transfer, Santa Fe, New Mexicog Band 3, 45 Pan American Club 3, 45 Pepper Club 3, 4 Lonnie Chambers Transfer, Witchita Falls, Texas5 G. A. A. 3, 45 Girls League 3, 45 O. A. T. 35 0. G. A. 3 Adele Chavez Band 3, 45 C. T. 45 Gold "A"5 0. A. T. 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Anna Chavez G. A. A. 35 French Club 3 Bennie Chavez Henrietta Chavez G. A. A. 25 Girls Glee Club 35 Girls League 2, 3, 45 0. A. T. 35 0. G. A. 3 Joe A. Chavez Victor Chavez Floy Clark Transfer, Ama1'illo, Texas5 Can- tata 4 Donald Cleghorn C. T. 35 Latin Club Secretary 25 O. A. T. 3 3etty Clements Bowling League 45 Cantata 2, 35 O. G. A. 35 Pepper Club 25 Span- ish Club 2 Barbara Coggeshall Q 3 5 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Girls Lea ue R 2, 3, 45 Yucca 3, 4 - ' - . 5 , .ucille Cole I O. A. T. 35 O. G. A. 3, 45 C. T. 4 A A . - QM 5 W -II9- flfz Class of '4I -l20- Vernon Conley Transfer, Lexington, Nebraskag Hi-Y 4 Dorothy Cooley Correspondence Club 25 Flor- ence Nightingale Club 3g Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Pepper Club 3 Maynard Coombs Riding Club 3, 4 Charles William Cooper Chess Club 4 Higini-o Cositales Baseball 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4: Riding Club 23 Rifle Club 2 Alfred Coulloudon Band 2, 3, 49 Forestry Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-President and Secretary 45 Hill-Billy Band 2, Riding Club President 25 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Maurice Covington Archeology Society 3, Latin Club 2 Mary Helen Cox G.A.A. 43 Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 25 O.G.A. 35 Operet- ta 23 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Vice- President 4, Ski Club 3, 4 Billv Crackel Baseball 4 Patricia Ann Cristy Correspondence Club 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Gold "Ang La Re- ata 3: Latin Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, 43 Rifle Club Vice-President 3 .loc Crolle Jacqueline Cudigan Cantata 25 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Pepper Club Drill Squad 2 Charlemaud Curtis Cantata 4, Honor Society 4: O -A..T. 39 O.G.A. 33 Riding Club 4 Virginia Cutlip Aubrey Davis Archeology Club 23 Chess Clul 3g Honor Society 2, Operetta 4 Spanish Club 2, Senior Play -Class of '4I Barbara Davis ' Correspondence Club 25 French Club President 35 O.A.T. 35 O. G.A. 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club Drill Squad 25 Sci- ence Club 4 Paul Dean Transfer, Estancia, New Mexicog Basketball 45 Boxing' 3, 45 In- tramurals Captain 3, 45 Pan- American 45 Wrestling' 3, 4 Marie DeBoxtel Patsy Dieckman 5 Cantata 25 G.A.A. 45 Latin Club . . 25 Operetta 25 Pepper Club 2, 5 V,.,,, ' fd 3, 4 5 3 5 . Roger W. Diers gg- 3 "A" Club 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 ' Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 45 . ' ' ,. , , f Latin Club 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45 4... Track 2, 3, 4 .. ""i 4 , John Dobbs 'P sf Radio Club 3 Robert Dolson Gertrude Dotson G.A.A. 2, 35 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Maxine Doty Band 3, 45 French Club 35 G.A. A. 3, 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Rifle Club 25 Ski Club 45 Tum- blers 3, 4 Edward Drevfusvs Football 4' Latin Club 3 Mary Ann Duke Transfei, Hot Springs Aikan Albertina Duran G.A.A. 3' Girl Reserves 2 - - - 5 5 i' I K . ,a 51115: Pepper -ll Pl2lI'lS Zlflll Q f. 3 is Policies 4 , Q 5 '- , I -V - rf X Zilpha Earnest 3illie Rene Earnhart Business Correspondence 45 Bus- iness Personality 45 O.A.T. 35 O.G.A. 35 Girls' League 2, 3, 4 Edith Eansterday G.A.A. 25 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 3, 4 -l2I- tx U 4 Class of '4l -l22- Edna Easterday G.A.A. 2, 33 Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Pepper Club 3, 4 Betty Eidson Girls' League 2, 3, 4, O.A.T. , O.G.A. 3 Kendrick Eilar Band 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, Gold "A", Operetta 45 Orches- - tra 45 Plans and Policies 45 Sci- ence Club 4 3. Piedad Esquivel Jack Evans "A" Club 4, Baseball 4, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 35 Manager 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Track 2, 3 Jack Ewing Hi-Y 3, 4g Vice-President 4, In- tramurals 3, 4g Latin Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4 Dorothy Faucett Marjorie Ferris Joe Fleming French Club 2, 35 Latin Club 4, Operetta 4 Elizabeth Foley O.A.T. 33 O.G.A. 3 Mildred Fraim Transfer, Tucumcari, New Mex- icog Pepper Club 4, Pepper Club Drill Squad 4 Dorothy Fredericks Archery Club 3, Correspondence Club 3 Leo Fulfer Transfer, Mountainair, New Mexico Frank Gabaldon Mary Ellen Gabriele Gold "Ag" O.A.T. 3, O.G.A. 3 Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Freddie Gallegos Baseball 3, Boxing' 3, F.F.A. 4 Agnes Garcia Florence Nightingale Club, G. A.A. 2, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, O.A.T. 3 Amelia Garcia Girls' League 3, 4, Pan-Ameri- can Club 2 Bob Garcia "A" Club 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Football 4, Manager 3, Pan- American Club 4, Plans and Poli- cies 4, Track 2, 3, 4 Elvia Garcia John Garcia Baseball 3, Hill-Billy Band 4, Track 3 Tom Garcia Tomasita Garcia O.A.T. 3, O.G.A. 3, Radio Broadcast 2 Bob Gibson "A" Club 2: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Track 2, 3, 4 Tempe Gilbert Correspondence Club 2, 3, Sec- retary 3, Florence Nightingale Club 3, Garden Club 4, Radio Club 4, Skating' Club 4 Carl Gillespie 'Au Club 4, Baseball 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, -1, Intramurals 3, 4 Ioe Gonzales Boxing 2, Basketball 2, F.F.A. 3, 4, Track 4 Fuchsia Green Cantata 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, Tumblers Club 2, 3, 4 Sill Gregrg "A" Club 3, 4, Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Track 4 Cmelia Gutierrez Band 2, Florence Nightingale Club 3 -Class of '4 I- -l23- Class of '4I- D., 2 1 il -l24-- Ely Gutierrez Leonella Gutierrez G.A.A. 3, O.G.A. 3 Betty Gylling Bowling League 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Honor Society 2, La Reata 3, 4, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, Tumblers Club 4 Margarite Gylling Bowling League 4, Cantata 3, 0.G.A. 3, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Barthold Hake Forestry Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, H-Y 4, Operetta 3, 4, Rifle Club 2 Betty Ann Hall Ellen Hall Garden Club 2 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 3, 0.G.A. 3, Radio Club Secretary 4, Junior Play 3 Norma Hall Archery 3, Business Correspond- ence 4, Business Personality 4, C.T. 4 Marian I-Lall-ock Cantata 2, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, President 4, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, Plans and Policies Committee 4, Record 2, 3, 4, Editor-in- Chief 4 Frances Hammond Correspondence Club 2, Honor Society 3, 4, 0.A.T. 3 Martha Beth Hampton Bowling League 4, Correspond- ence Club 2, Girl Reserve Pres- ident 3, Latin Club 2, O.G.A. 3, C.T., Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Virgil Harcrow Transfer, St. Mary's School, In- tramurals 3, Track 3 Paul Harley "A" Club 3, 4, Band 2, Basket ball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Plan: and Policies 4, Ski Club 3, 4 Gene Harms Band 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3 Cantata 3, Forestry Club 3, Op eretta 3, Science Club 4, Senio Play Gladys Harrington Cantata 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Girl Re serves 2, Pepper Club 3, 4 Tumblers Club 3, 4 Jack Hatch Betty Ellen Hearn Gold "A5" Pepper Club 2, 35 Record 3, 45 Riflery 3 Paul Heggem Transfer, Denver, Colorado Melvin Heim Archeology Society Secretary 45 Forestry Club 35 Hunting and Fishing' Club 45 Latin Club 25 Plans and Policies 45 Rifle Club 25 Track 3, 4 Margaret Hernandez Transfer, Bernalillo, New Mex- ico5 Archery Club 45 O.G.A. 45 Pan-American Club 4 Patricia Hesselden Cantata 25 Cheerleader 45 O.G. A. 35 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Plans and P-olicies 4 Rita Hesselden Bowling League 45 Cantata 25 Cheerleader 45 G.A.A. 45 Pep- per Club 2, 3, 45 O.G.A. 3, 45 Pepper Club Drill Squad 2 Katherine Heywood Transfer, Burbank, Californiag Girl Reserves 4 Samuel Hicks Band 2. 3, 4: Garden Club 2, 35 Radio Club 3, 4 Louis Hidalgo Chester Hill History Club 4 Thomas Hinds Betsy Hines 3etty Jayne Hogan O.G.A. 35 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Pom Hogan "A" Club 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 2, 35 Plans and Policies 4 Class of '4l Q18 me dm- w -I25- Class of '4I -l26- Marguerite Honaker Girls' League 2, 3, 4 Dorothy Hood , Transfer, Chilton, Teiias Yeuton Hood Charlotte Hopfinger Ruby Horwath Transfer Phoenix, Arizona, Archery Club 45 G.A.A. 43 Latin Club 4, Pepper Club 4 Leo Huddleston A Capella Choir 45 Cantata 3, 4, Boys' Quartet 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4 Raul Huerta Elizabeth Hughes A Capella Choir 4, Cantata 2, 3, 49 Double T'rio 4g Latin Club 25 Operetta 23 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Willis Hungerford Transfer, Raton, New Mexico' Latin Club 3, Radio Club 4 Catherine Jackson Band 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep- per Club 4,- Riding Club 3 Edward Vernon Jaramillo Band 2, 3, 4: Gold "Ag" Plant and Policies 4, Science Club 4 Betty Ann Jensen Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Peppei Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3 Elden Johnson Transfer, Denver, Colorado, "A Club 4, Football 4 Stelfen Johnson "A" Club 2, 3. 43 Basketball 2 3, 4g Class Vice-President 2 Class President 3, Gold "Ag Football 35 Plans and Policies Carol Jones Transfer, Springer, New Mexic Archery 3, 45 Florence Nightin- gale Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4' 7 -Class of '4I Donald Jones Transfer, Springer, New Mex- ic05 "A" Club 3, 45 Football 3 Evelyn Marie Jones O.G.A. 3 Harriet Kemper G.A.A. 25 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 3, 45 Rifle Club 3 Alice Kimball J Cantata 25 French Club Presi- dent 45 Honor Society 45 Latin Clu'b 2, 3, 45 President 3, 45 Op- eretta 25 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Ruth Kimball Cantata 25 G.A.A. 35 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Operetta 25 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Betty Jean King Henry King Transfer, Litchfield Park, Ari- zona Clara Kirkpatrick Garden Club 25 0.A.T. 45 O.G.A. 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Style Show 3 Donald Knode , Announcers Club 2, 3, 45 Class President 25 Gold "A5" Honor Society President 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Oratorical Contest 3, 45 Plans and Policies 3, 4 Katherine Koulas Girls' League 2, 3. 45 Vice-Pres- ident 45 Junior Play 35 0.A.T.5 0.G.A.5 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Record 3 Florence Kouri Transfer, Clayton, New Mexicog Archery 4 loe Kozlowski Boyvs' Tumblers 45 Radio Club 4 lary Nell Lancaster G.A.A. 45 Junior Play 35 Pepper Club 2. 3, 45 Ski Club 25 Tum- blers Club 4 ohn Lang Baseball 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2. 3, 45 Tennis 3, 4 Jinona Lappin Transfer, Dodge City, Kansas5 O.G.A. 45 Orchestra 3, 4 -l27- Class of '4l -l28- Alan Laurain Hunting' and Fishing Club 3, 45 Forestry Club 45 Science Club 4 Kathleen Lenihan G.A.A. 2. 3, 45 Honor Society 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 President 45 Plans and Policies 45 Record 45 Senior Play Marie Leonard Business Correspondence 45 Lat- in Club 2: O.G.A. 35 O.A.T. 35 Pepper Club 3. 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Rifle Club 3 Mary Leseman 5 Bowling: League'-15 C.T. 35 0.A. T. 35 O.G.A. 3 C Virpginia Lcvlie Transfer, Storkelt, Montana5 Pepper Club 4 Robert C. Lewis Transfer, Roswell, New Mexico5 F.F.A. 4 Edward Lewis: Marvin Lewis Hi-Y 3, 45 Intramurals 3f Rid- ing' Club 35 Track 2, 3 Ruth Lewis Transfer, Roswell, New Mexicog Girls' League 4 Thelma Lewis Florence Nightingale Club 35 G A.A. 2, 3, 45 President 45 0.G A. 35 Pepper Club 3, 45 Plan: and Policies 45 Tumblers Clul 2, 3, 4 Clarence Liebert Transfer, Los Angeles, Califor nia5 Cantata 45 A Capella Choi' 45 Movie Projcetionist 45 Sci ence Club 4 Edith Liebc1't Jeanne Long A Capella Choir 3, 45 Band 2. f- 45 G.A.A. 35 Latin Club 25 O1 eretta 3, 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Rifle Club 2 Gilbert Lopez O.A.T. 35 Pan-American Club 2 Track 4 Virginia Lopez Ernest Lovato Joe Lovato "A" Club 45 Baseball 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4 Frank Low "A" Club 3, 45 Basketball 45 Manager 2, 35 Garden Club 2, 35 Forestry Club 2, 35 Operetta 45 Ski Club 3, 4 Dorothea Lowe O.ArT. 35 O.G.A. 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Junior Play 35 Pepper Club 3, 4 Lola Lee Lucas G.A.A. 45 O.G.A. 35 Pepper Club 2, 45 Tumblers Club 45 Senior Play Beatrice Lucero Band 3, 45 O.A.T. 35 O.G.A. 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Max Lucero Archeology Society 4 Jesus Luna O.A.T. 35 Boxing 45 Pan-A1ner- ican Club 2, 3 Martin Maestas O.A.T. 35 Pan-American Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Track 3, 45 Wrestling' 3, 4 Eusiano Maldonado Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 35 Me- chanics Club 4 lewell Marriott Archery 35 Correspondence Club 25 Crazy Creek Crew 45 O.G.A. 35 Style Show 4 lill Martin Archeology Society 35 Boys' Quartet 45 Cantata 3, 45 Che-as Club 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Op- 5cretta 2, 3, 45 Science Club 4 foward Martin Basketball 4 mhn Martinez Band 2. 3, 45 Cantata 25 Or- chestra 2, 3, 4 ianito Mata Mechanics Club 3 Class of '4I -129- Class of '4l -I3O- Ellis Matson Riding Club 3, 4 Roy Matthews Basketball 23 Football 23 Hall Guard 43 Hi-Y 43 Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Latin Club 23 Motion Picture Machine Opera- tor 3 Glenn Mayer Archery Club 23 Chess Club 33 Vice President 43 Honor Society 43 Intramurals 3, 4 Margaret Mayer Pepper Club 4 Harold Maynard Maxine McClain Transfer, Stanley, New Mexico3 O. A. T. Bill McDonald Robert McDougall Cantata 43 Forestry Club Presi dent 3, 4 Sue McIntosh A Capella 33 Cantata 3, 43 O. A T. 33 O. G. A. 33 Operetta 3 Senior Girl's Double Trio 4 Virginia Mclntosh Hill Billy Band 23 Pepper Club Bill McMinn Lucille Meskimen Chorus 23 O. A. T. 3 Robert Michael Dwight Miller Band 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 43 Intram Club 4 Fred Miller Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2 w rals 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 E Joe Miller John E. Miller Transfer, Monticello, New Mexi- co Marjorie Mimbs G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Girls League 2, 3, -ig French Club 4 Dave Mitchell Band 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2 3, Sherman Montgomery l Elsie Montoya O. A. T. 3 Helen Montoya 0. A. T. 35 0. G. A. 3 Jacob Montoya Irving' Moore Theodore Morelli Honor Society 3 Dan Morgan Track 2 Band 3, 45 Fencing: Club 2, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2 Melvin Morris Transfer, Thoreau, New Mexico, Oratorical Contest 43 Radio Club 4, Plans and Policies 4, Yucca 45 Senior Play Guy Moser "A" Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2 Vlarilou Muir Drin Muir 3, 4g Intramurals 45 Track 2, 31 M 4 Class of '4I -131- Class of '4l -132- Virginia Munson Bowling: Club -Ig C. T. 43 O. A. T. 39 O. G. A. 3 Jaek Musson Basketball 43 Chess Club 3, lg Football 23 Intramurals 3, 4g Latin Club 2 Theresa Naccarato Latin Club 2g Pepper Club 3, -I Martha Jean Neale Transfer, Wichita, Kansas Bertie Beth Neel French Club 33 G. A. A. 2, 353 Hunting and Fishing Club 43 La- tin Club 4g O. G. A. 35 Pepper Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 2 Bruce Neuffer John Nicasio Victor Nieri Vondalou Oakes A Capella Choir 4g Cantata 23 0 C A '3 . I. .1 Rosalie Odell Transfer, Kansas City, Missouri Elsa Marie Olsen C. T. 43 0. A. T. 35 0. G. A. 3 Raymond Opperman Archaeology Club 35 Chess Club 4 Rosemary Urozco G. A. A. Zig Girl Reserve 2, 3 O. G. A. 35 Pan American Clul 2, 3, 4 Raymond Orr Fencing' 233 Gold "Aug 0. A. T. 3 Science Club 4 Clorinda Otero 'l'eml Pnvluntos H llhzxrline Peterson A -Class of '4I Attie Ozmun H Chorus Girls' League 2, 3, 4 Susie Pzullllu Girls' Lezlgue 2, 3, 4 Rita Pzniz Spanish Club 2g Girl Reserves 25 Sum l'z1iz Susie Vaiz Girl Reserves Jig Spanish Club 2 Juhn Palmer 0.A.T. 35 0.G.A. 4 Iluwarml ll2lSSlll0l't' Arcbeolog'y Society Presidcnt 45 Forestry Club Sly Latin Club 25 Yucca 3, 45 lflclitor-in-Chiet' 4 lflilnzi Mae l,ilti0l'SOI'l llelen Puulantis Ln RL'2lt2l Ii. 43 Latin Club 25 G. A.A. 3, 43 O..-LT. 3g 0.G.A. fig Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Tumblers Club 1 .l 3 Band 23 llunting' :ind Fishing Club Jig Rifle Club 2, Zig Ski Club 33 - lames Pzlvne Latin Club 2: Orchestral 223 Trucl: Archery Club 'lg Florence Night,- ingzile Club 43 G.A.A. 43 Pepper Club 23 Ritle Club 4 'utriciu Phelan 0.A.T. Sig 0.G.A. 3, 45 C.T. 4 lobert Rezly Ln Renta 3, -ig Riding' Club 4 flury Della Reeves. Archeology Society 4g Corres- pondence Club 43 Latin Club 23 Pepper Club 2, 3. 4 -133- Class of '4l -l34- Bill Rehm Cantata 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 3, 43 President 33 Pan Ame- rican Club 2, 3, 4 Truman Reid Announcers Club 3, 43 Football 23 Hill Billy Band 33 Hi-Y 43 Ju- nior Play 33 Pan American Club 23 Plans and Policies 4 Lois Renfro Cantata 3, 43 Correspondence Club Treasurer 43 French Club Club 23 O. G. A. 33 Operetta 3, 4 Treasurer 43 G. A. A. 23 Latin Fldwina Rey Archeology Society 23 Archery Club 43 Riflery 3g O. G. A. 33 Pepper Club 23 Skating Club 4 Louie Rice Latin Club 23 Pan American Club 33 Track 2, 3 Robert Richey Intramu1'als 43 Spanish Club 2 Elizabeth Rilinger Transfer, Hoi-sinigton, Kansas.3 Archery 43 Bowling League 43 Pepper Club 3, 4 Laura Rinehart Bowling 3, 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Tumblers Club 4 Maxine Edith Roberts Archeology Society Vice Presi- dent 4g Cantata 3, 43 Florence Nightingale Club 43 Operetta 4 Orville Roberts "A" Club 3, 4 3 President 4 3 Foot- ball 3, 43 Captain 43 Pan Ameri- can Club 2, 3, 43 Plans and Poli- cies 43 Track 3, 4 Dudley Sue Robertson G. A. A. 4g Hunting and Fishing Club 43 O. G. A. 33 Pepper Club 3, 4 Jean Robertson Lucille Robertson G. A. A. 33 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 Riding Club 33 Spanish Club Z Elizabeth Robinson Rosemary Robinson Cantata 43 O. A. T. 3, 43 O. G. A 33 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 -Class of '4I Joe Robles Basketball 25 O. A. T. 35 O. G. A. 35 Plans and Policies 4 Joseph Robles Archeology Club 35 F. F. A. 4' Intramurals -15 Red Cross Club 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Woman Haters Club 4 Oscar Robles Basketball 2 Tom Robles Fay Rockwell Transfer, Stanley, New Mexicog Band 4 Florence Rockwell Transfer, Stanley, New Mexico5 Band -1 Gloria Rodriguez Abe Romero Baseball 25 F. F l ' ' Juanita Romero Marvin Romme Announeers Club 3, 45 Cantata 3, 45 Boy's Quartet 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 Talent Show 4 Vaughn Rouse Marna Rowe Hill Billy Band 25 0. G. A. 3' Rifle Club 45 Skating' Club 4 Cecilia Ruiz G. A. A. 2 Robert Ryan Cantata 45 Hi-Y 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Operetta 4 Susan Saavedra I -I35- Class of '4l is -l36-- Fidel Salazar "A" Club 45 Football 3, 45 Plans and Policies 4 Ernest Sallee Herman Sanchez Baseball 35 Basketball 3, 45 F. F. A. 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Woman Haters Club 4 Jessie Sanchez Cantata 25 Girl Reserve 2, 35 0. G. A. 35 Pan American Club 2 Nadine Scheibner Archery Club 45 Florence Night- ingale Club 35 O. G. A. 35 Pep- per Club 2, 3, 45 Skating Club 4 Henry Schoeneck Chess Club 45 Glee Club 25 Hon- or Society 2, 3, 45 La Reata 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Operetta 25 Re- cord 4 Alice Schulmann C. T. 45 G. A. A. 45 Gold "A"5 Junior Play 35 O. G. A. 3, 45 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Play John William Scruggs Archeology Society 25 B-oy's Cor- respondence Club 25 Track 25 Plans and Policies 4 Lena Sena Girl Reserve 35 0. G. A. 3 Stanley Senter Basketball 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 3, 45 Football 45 Intramurals 35 Ski Club 45 Track 2, 3, 4 Bill Shaw Transfer, Lakewood, Ohio5 An- nouncers. Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Gold "A"5 Oratorical Contest 45 Plans and Policies 45 Senior Play Ann Shepherd Transfer, Owasso, Michigang Girls League 3, 4 Phyllis Shipley Howard Shockey Cantata 45 Honor Society 2, 3 O. A. T. 35 O. G. A. 35 Operettz 45 Ski Club 45 Record 4 Louise Shoemaker G. A. A. 2, 35 Girl Reserve 2 O. A. T'. 35 O. G. A. 35 Peppel Club Drill Squad 4 -Class of '4 I Harold Silva Fencing 35 Honor Society 35 O. A. T. 35 Science Club 4 Betty Jane Simpson G. A. A. 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 O. A. T. 3, 4 5 Pepper Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2 James Simpson Ti'anSi'e1', Gallup, New Mexico Doris Smith Bowling' 45 G. A. A. 3, 45 0. A. T. 35 Pepper Club 2, 3 George Murray Smith "A" Club 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Plans and Policies 4 Mamie Smith French Club 45 Spanish Club 2 S. P. Smith Virginia Smith Archery Club 45 Correspondence Club 25 French Club 2, 35 Garden Club 35 G. A. A. 45 Girls League 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 3, 4 Gladys Snapp Q Jean Snelling' Archery Club 45 Florence Night- ingale Club 45 Pepper Club 25 Plans and Policies 45 Rifle Club 4 Edward Snow La Reata 45 Record 35 Riding Club 45 Rifle Club 2 Eileen Sorensen Florence Nigzhtingralc Club 35 G. A. A. 41: Secretary 45 Peppeer Ciub 2, Rifle Club 2 I 1 Elaine Spaberg' Cantata 25 G. A. A. 3, 45 Gold "A"5 Latin Club 2, 3, -15 Operetta 25 Pepper Club 3, 45 Plans and Policies 4 Joe Spence Chess Club 35 Hi-Y 4 Ha1'old Spohr Band 2, 3, 45 Basketball 25 Foot- ball 2, 35 Pan American Club 2 -l37- Class of '4I -l38- Alfred Staehlin "A" Club 3, 49 Football 3, 49 Hi-Y 4g Intramurals 3, 49 Plans and Policies 49 Ski Club 3, 4g President 4 Bill Stalcup "A" Club 3, 49 Track 2, 3, 4 Lois Stark Cantata 29 Florence Nightingale glugb 39 Gold "A9" Latin Club J. W. Starkey Margaret Steiner C.T. 3, 49 Hill-Billy Band 2g Spanish Club 2 Gertrude Stone Archery Club 4g Florence Night- ingale Club 39 G.A.A. 4g Honor lSociety 29 Latin Club 2, 3g Pep- per Club 3, 4 Jimmy Struble Boy's Quartet 3, 4g Cantata 3 49 Operetta 3, 49 Pan-American Club 2 Bob Suber Mary Tabacchi Honor Society 29 O.A.T. 39 0. G.A. 3, 4 June Talley Pepper Club 2, 3, 49 Ski Clul 2, 3, 4 Mildred Talley Helen Terry Archery 49 Bowling League 4 Girls League 2, 3, 49 Peppe Club 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 2 Jack Thaxton Hi-Y 3, 49 Latin Club 29 Sk Club 4 Jim Thayer Transfer, Gallup, New Mexico "A" Club 49 Baseball 49 Fool ball 49 Track 4 Muriel Thelin Cantata 29 G.A.A. 49 Juni: Play 39 Operetta 29 Pepper Clu 2, 3, 49 Ski Club 3, 49 Tumblei Club 4 Nlorma Thornell Bowling League 45 C.T. 45 O.G. A. 3, 45 Pepper Club 4 Betty Timniernieyer Transfer, St. Mary's Schoolg Girls League Il, 45 French Club 4 Jorothy Tireman G.A.A. 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer 45 Gold "Ag" Operetta 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 25 Senior Play Csther Torres flerejilclo Trujillo Transfer, Tierra Amarilla, New lVlexico5 Boxing' 35 History Club 45 Track 3 ltewart Turnley Hi-Y 45 Junior Play 235 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Plans and Policies 4 lennie Vandogrrifl' F.F.A. 2, 3, 45 Intramural Re- porter 4 Ivelyn Van Dongen Cantata 25 O.A.T. 35 O.G.A. 3 lteve Vidal Honor Society 25 Chess Club Presiilent 3, 45 Intramural Council Secretary 45 Latin Club 45 Tennis 3, 45 "A" Club 3, 4 till Vincent Archery Club 2, 35 Chess Club 35 French Club 35 Vice-Presi- dent 45 Hi-Y 4, Ski Club 4 'era Wagner G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 25 Girls' League 2, 3, 4 Ilaine Paige Ward Chess Club C35 Pepper Club 3, 4 verett Watt Oratorical Contest 45 O.G.A. 35 Radio Club 335 Spanish Club 2 ininiy Weaver velyn Webb French Club 24 Class of '4I 'XMB -l39- 3 Class of '4I -l40-- Carolyn Weidinger O.A.T. 33 O.G.A. 33 Pepper Club 3 Eddie Weidinger Ski Club 3, 4 Leslie Wheeler "A" Club 3, 43 Hi-Y Club 3, 43 Intramural Council President 43 Track 2, 3, 4 Billy White "A" Club 43 Cheerleader 4g Hi- Y Treasurer 3, 43 Hill-Billy Band 3g Junior Play 33 Plans and Policies 4 Doris White A Capella Choir 2, 3, 43 Cantata 3, 43 Double Trio 43 O.A.T. 3, 4: Operetta 2, 4 Dick Wickes 'llransfer Des Moines, Iowa Baseball 3, 43 Ski Club 43 Hi-Y 3, 4 Edward Calvin Wilson Jimmy Wilson Band 2, 33 Basketball 43 Can tata 43 Operetta 4 Dona Winans Transfer, Parsons, Kansasg Cor respondence Club 23 Girls League 2, 43 Pepper Club 2, 4 Marie Wolf Transfer, Crane, Texas Phyllis Woodhead Richard Woofter Riding Club 4 Mary Jane Workman Transfer, Denver Coloradc Bowling League 33 G.A.A. 4 Girl Reserves 33 O.G.A. 33 Per per Club 3, 43 Pepper Club Dri Squad 4 Edwin Wright Lucille Yearout Correspondence Club 2, 33 Pre ide-nt 33 Gold "A3" C.T. 33 C A.T. 3 Glenn Young "A" Club 3, 4 3 Football 3 Charles Caffey Dorothy Daniel Tran-sfer, New 43 Basketball 2, 3, A. 43 O.G.A. 3, 45 Pepper Club 4g Pepper Club Drill Squad 4 Harry Whittmore "A" Club 43 Basketball 2, Foot- ball 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 4g Intramurals 3, 43 Plans and Policies 4 ton, Kansas, G.A. "fx- Classo of '4I- O -141- -Class of '4 I- Camera Dodgers C' fy l off Dale Alley Fred Aragron Susie Armijo A ngrelina De Baca Eleanor Baca Eloisa Baca Robert Bandy Bill Bass Rey Bergquist Velma Berryhill James Byrd Ivanhoe Carder Frances Coffman John Corazzo Elizabeth Craig Ben Crane Robert Darnell Gordon Darrah Doris Mae Davis Alice Donaher Julian Dow Joe DuBois Frank Dunsworth Mike Duran Porfirio Elizondo Wayne Ezell Tommy Ferris Ernest Fitch Alice Flegge Ilarline Fle,qge Johnny Gaines Ben A. Gallegos Bennie J. Gallegos Joe Garcia Mary Garcia Rita Garcia Stanley Garcia Viola Garcia Arthur Garde Margaret Gomez Edward Gonzales Alice Greiner Aldo Hall Gertrude Harbold George Higzht Marvin Hill VValdo Hixenhaugrh Wanda Hixenbaugh David Hodgson Bill Horahin Mary Horton Jim House Elmer Hughes Ernest Hunter James Hurley VVinifred Inskeep Dora Jaramillo Rupert Jaramillo Lloyd Johnson Birdie Jones Helen Kelly Jeanne Kerswill Helen Killehrew Elaine Kloss Rosie Kouba Barbara Ann Koury Charles Kraemer Bill Laney Leon Lester Bud Long! -Class of '4 I- Camera Dodgers Harris Long' Frank Lovato Johnny Low Joe Lujan Tony J. Martinez Paul Matthews George Mavrodes Garfield McBride Bill McClellan Rosella McGuinness Bill McDonald Paul McDonald Katherine Mahon Anna J. 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