Albuquerque High School - La Reata Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)
- Class of 1952
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file-n U. lie-uni :uwsunic-fl the ot'f'it't- of principal of Mary Cole Dixmi has he-en vice-principal of AHS
Xllniiqiim-i'qiiv lligh Srlwol in 119245, Otitsitle- of hit for twt-nty-six yt-airs. Sho is a giwultlzltv of the llni-
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utopyzxplis-i'. To thi- y.1'u'zuliiz1twl sturlt-nts uf AHS, niirr-cl hy tht- fzu-ulty and stumlviit hotly for hor co-
Wlr. lic-:ml is thc pt-rsoii whn most roprvsm-rits Allmu- opvmtiw.-lit-ss, sympathy, and wisdom.
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Board of Education
l,m-h nm-w sm-lwnl yt-ur ln-ings zx lurgt-r number of students to the Allmuquvrque Public Schools. This is the
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Mrs. Spence is a graduate of the 1942 class of
Albuquerque High School. She became a member of
the AHS office staff in 1949. Mrs. Spence serves as
Mr. Ream's secretary and also is in charge of stu-
dents' transcripts. Another one of her numerous jobs
is the scholastic ranking of seniors.
This is Mrs. Keleher's second year at AHS. She
came here from Chicago, Illinois where she attended
the Chicago Teachci-'s College. In the library she
maintains card catalogues and keeps the library rec-
The secretary-bookkeeeper at AHS is Miss Helen
Leahy. She came to Albuquerque High School in
1947. Her duties include handling the finances of
campus activities. She issues orders for all materials
bought by authorized clubs and organizations.
Mr. Rovner is in charge of the circulation of some
18,000 books which leave the library, and he also tries
to build up an interest in books within the student
body. He has a BA degree from the University of
'l'he Counselor-Director of Student Affairs at AHS is
Jewell Brown. He is in charge of Bulldog Day, Pioneer
Day, und he helps on school dances, contests, and talent
assemblies. He is also a sponsor of Student Council, Stu-
dent Affairs Committee, and Inter-School Council. Mr.
iil'UWll, a native of New Mexico, has been superintendent,
principal, and teacher in many schools of the state. Before
accepting his present position, hc taught ll. S. History for
Iwo years. lle has BA and MA degrees.
lic-fore coming to AHS in 1945, Helen Rogers was As-
sistant Principal at Washington Junior High. During her
first two years at AHS she taught Sophomore English and
l'4rsonal Problems classes. She now serves as Dean of
Girls. ln this capacity she counsels girls, helping them I0
prepare for their future. She is a sponsor of Student Coun-
cil, and also orders and distriliutes prizes for Pioneer Day.
Wilson N. Willits is coordinator of llistriliu-
tive Education and Vocational Counselor. llc
was principal and teacher in Michigan before
coming to AHS in 1946. He is in charge of
testing services, and he maintains files of vo-
cational materials and counseling fields. He
also handles employment for students, and issues
work permits. He has BA and MA degrees from
Adrian College and the University of Michigan,
Sam Jack, a graduate of East Central State
Teachers College of Oklahoma, became head of
the attendance office in 1947. The present at-
tendancc system at Albuquerque High was in-
augurated by Mr. Jack.
It is the most effective system that the
school has ever used. By his judicious treatment
of the attendance problems, Mr. Jack has won
the respect of the student body.
Fannie Sanchez, a graduate of Albuquerque High in
1945, works in the attendance office as Miss Dixon's sec-
retary. She attended the University of New Mexico for a
year in the college of Arts and Sciences. In 1947 she came
to Albuquerque High School.
Her duties include checking credits, posting grades, and
caring for personnel cards.
Charlotte Kiampitz camc to A. H. S. from Madrid, New
Mexico, where she was a teacher. She has worked in the
attendance office at Albuquerque High for seven years.
Along with her regular duties, which includes calling
parents of absent students and keeping attendance records,
she is sponsor of Ski Club and is working on her B.A. de-
gree at the University of New Mexico.
Director ot KANW
The full time director of Pulwlic Schools Radio
Station KANVV is Rose Jeanne Farlisle. She selects,
produces and schedules the in-school listening' pro-
grams that reach the city schools.
Mrs. Carlisle received her HA degree from Ohio
State University and her MA degree from the Univer-
sity of New Mexico. She took radio at Deliver Uni-
Director of Audio-Visuol Aids
VVilliam P. Davies arranges film schedules, re-
ceives films, and arranges for the showing' of the
films at AHS. Ile is Director of Audio-Visual Aids
for the Albuquerque Public Schools. Mr. Davies is
in charge of the maintenance of the audio-visual
equipment of Albuquerque schools.
Mr. Davies is a graduate of the University of
New Mexico and has BS and MA degrees.
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Mus. Frances J. Haughinan, Albuquerque High
School's nurse is an active person. Besides caring' for
the many ailing students who flock to her office, Mrs.
Baug'hman assists in the physical examination of the
sophomore class. She conducts classes for the Red
Cross in first aid and home nunsing when not busily
engaged in caring for the ills of the many children
she must see each day.
Book Room Librciricin
Ella C. Herrera has the endless job of keeping
track of AHS textliooks. She collects the fines on
lost and daniagred textbooks. Some of her time is
devoted to the secretary work of the teachers. She
types and mimeogrraphs tests.
Mrs. Herrera attended the Albuquerque Business
Follege and she also went to St. Joseph's College
for two years.
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To the above custodians we owe the cleanliness of our school. VVe appreciate their kindness and friendli-
ness. Keeping the grounds and buildings of AHS is the job of those pictured above. The custodians take
pride in their Work and are always willing' to lend a helping hand.
Standing, left to right are: R. Maestas, C. Garcia, J. Sagnchez, and V. Juarez. Sitting, left to right are:
D. Olguin, E. Tudesque, L. Carrillo and C. Ramirez.
Falling on the shoulders of those pictured below is the job of preparing enough food for the student
body. They also spend an hour and a half serving the meal in three half-hour shifts and serve 600 to 750
meals a day.
They are, from left to right: Mrs. Cash, Mrs. Seth, Mrs. Hartline, Mrs. Gaines, Mrs. Bushnell, Miss Goetz.
Miss Theede, Mrs. Wiger and Miss Wilson.
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limikke-vping', Typing Alp.fm-limi l'Ing'lisli Biology '
Bourne, Ruby Brink, Rilla C. Huskirk, Alim- Buskirk, Winfredf
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Driving' English Chemistry Algebra, Geometry
Cobos, Rita S. Cook, Sarah
Cramer, Carl L.
B.A. M.A. B.S. M.A. Ed.D. B.A.
Spanish Biology, Physiology Band, Orchestra
Deen, Wilma Lee Dixon, Ralph Dohner, L. E.
B.A. M.A. B.A. B.S.
Shorthand, Typing History, Citizenship Agriculture
Clothing, Decorating English
Foehr, George T.
Cristy, Edward J.
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French, S. W. History
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Graham, Frank E. Groman, Robert
B.A. M.A. B.S. M.A.
Art Remedial Work
Hefferan, Vioalle Heinsohn, Robert
B.A. M.A. B.S. M.S.
History Basketball, ROTC
Jaramillo, Elizabeth Johnson, Moneta G.
B.S. B.A. M.A.
Keleher, Katherine Kerkf6slaQ4:vr, Ruth G.
Lowery, Nelson VV.
McDavid, Paul E.
Kieke, Lillian Klicker, May
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Shorthand, Typing History
Lacour, James L. Larson, Esther
B.A. M.A. B.S.
English Family Living, Clothing
McDevitt, Estelle A. McManus, Virginia
B.S. B.S. M.S.
Marsh, Jean Maxson, W. B.
B.A. M.A. B.A. M.Ed.
Typing Chemistry, Radio Physics
Montoya, Mauro Napoleon, Josephine
Phillips, Barbara ' VRarick, Richard
A.B. M.A. B.S. M.A.
English History, Sociology
Miller, Jack C.
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Slocum, Goodsell Smart, Warren Smith, Edgar Steinback, Glcnrix
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Mathematics, Music Government, History English Biol
Strand, Lydia Thomas, Robert 'l'1'ammell, Mary Edna Valdez, Tony
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English Printing English History
Wm-st, Harry Williams, Allcn Willits, Wilson Wilson, F. M.
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Bob Campbell, the class
president, came to Albu-
querque High from Wash-
ington Junior High. He
has been a leader in school
activities for three years,
serving as president of his
class in all three years.
Bob also takes part in
athletics, earning a letter
Jerry Davis, the class vice-
president, also came to Albu-
querque High from Washington
Junior High. Serving for the
first time as a class officer,
The Senior Class of 1952 leaves A. H. S. with an
enviable record of achievement. During the past three
years, many outstanding individuals in the class have
contributed to the success of the school. Of this we are
proud. Of even greater pride to each senior is the fact
that every member of the clam has helped make A. H. S.
a top school. Each one leaves behind a record for all
underclassmen to strive to attain. Many have made out-
standing, scholastic records, others have made theil
mark in Art, Music, Drama, R.O.T.C., Radio, Athletics,
Senior class officers are Bobby Campbell, president,
Jerry Davis, vice president, and Janet Barnes, secre-
"'ry-t"easuv'er. Bobby and Janet have held their of-
fices for three yeans.
Paul Lambert is Student Council president, Freddie
Janet Barnes, coming
to AHS from Jefferson
Junior High School, is the
She has held the office
for the past three years.
She measures up to the
standards of her position
with her fine grades. She
is a member of the Honor
Jerry has proved himself a
leader. A letterman in foot-
ball, Jerry has been chosen to
be an officer in the A Club.
Leyba, A Club president and Gretchen Stromberg is
president of the Pepper Club.
Leading our cheers this year were five senior girls:
Jfne Fc-nley, Tresa Lanham, Nancy Vann, Clara Lee
Miller and Shirley Archibeck.
The editors of our publications were seniors. Al
Beebe guided The Record staff, while John Johnson
directed lr Reata. Guiding th' Yucca staffs for the
tw- seinesteis were Rhoda lfitzgeralu and Cl"'is Mar
One of our loveliest Bulldog Queens, Nelia Owens,
was crowned by Paul Lambert on behalf of the student
body. She was attended by Celina Sanchez and Lucille
Graduation brought the Seniors' year to a close on
a solemn note with each individual preparing himself
for the challenges that will confront him in the future.
Band 2.3.43 Ice Hockey 3,45 Archae-
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Skating Club 4.
Pepper C'ub 2,3.4g Ice Skating Club
tiff: Ta Rc-ata 33 Record 45 Tri-
Adams, Mary Kay
Pepper Club 2,3,4: Cantata 3a Drill
2,3,4g Office Assistant 3,4.
Football 35 Basketball 3.
Student Councilg Honor Society.
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g
Student Council 4.
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Drill 2.
Pepper Club 3,45 O.G.A. 3g Skating
Club 45 Intramural 2.
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Modern Dance
3,43 Cheerleader 4: Student Council
' Correspondence Club 4.
Intramural 23 Home Nursing 35 Stu-
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Ice Skating Club 29 Student Council
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Bowling Club 3g Tennis Club 2,33
Girls Intramural 2,3.
' I Baca, Frank Dennis
Cantata 2,3,4g A Cappella 3,43 Oper-
etta 3,45 Junior Trio 3g Sophomore
Double Trio 2.
Golf 2,3,4g Yucca 4.
Ballard, Betty Louise
Barboa, Charles 2
Football 2,3,4g "A" Clubg Los Her-
manos Hi-Yg Boys' State 3 3 Student
Barncastle, Rudy Ernest
Barnes, Mickey Blaine
O. G. A. 3g Pepper Club 2,3,4g Tri-
Hi-Y 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4.
Basketball 2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4g
French Club 3.
Baum, La Verne
Latin Club 3g Fiddling Feet 33 Yucca
45 La Reata 4.
Cantata 35 La Reata 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4.
F. F. A. 2,3,4g fVice-Pres. 35 Pres. 41
Student Council 2,3.
Beacham, Betty Jane
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Dance Club 2,3,43 Hall Guard 4.
Record 2,3.4, fEditor-in-Chieflg "A"
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Cantata 2,3,43 Operetta 2,3,43 Fid-
dling Feet 4.
"A" Club 2,3,43 Hockey 3,45 Hi-Y
2,3,43 Band 2,3,43 Square Dance Club
Football 2,3,43 Basketball 2,3,43 Track
43 Baseball 43 Student Council 2,3.
A Boardman, Bob
Silver Saddles 33 Student Council 4.
Librarian 43 Color Guard 43 Student
F. F. A. 2,3,43 Pentathlon.
A Capella 3,43 Military Ball Queen 23
Double Trio 2,41 Operetta 33 Pepper
Cantata 3,43 Class Play 33 Operetta 4.
Pioneer Day Assembly 33 Talent As-
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Ski Club 3,45 Record 25 Latin Club 2.
Fiddling Feet 25 Dramatcens 4.
Band 2,35 Honor Society 3,4.
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Carpenter, John F
Track 2,3,4g Wrestling 8,4g Football
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Cauas, Vlrglnla I
Castillo, Lucille '
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Drill 3,4g Student. Council 43 Modern
Student Council 33 Pepper Club 2,3,4g
Drill 3,45 Anthropology 2.
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4:
Drill 3,45 Roller Skating Club' 29
Archaeology Society CVice-Pres.J 3.
Pepper Club 2,8,4g A Cappella 3,45
Double Trio 2,3,4g Skating Club 3,4.
"A" Club 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3,4g
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Council 4g Drill 2.
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Student Council 2,3.
Book Room 45 Tennis Club 3,45 Bowl-
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Band 2,3,45 Square Dance Club 2,3,45
Student Council 45 Drama 4.
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0. G. A. 35 Home Nursing 3.
Outdoor Club 25 Silver Saddles 3
F. T. A. 35 Silver Saddles 2,3,45 Out
door Club 25 Yucca 4.
Silver Saddles 2,3,45 Ice Skating 2,3.
Yucca 45 Cantata 35 O. N. C. O. 3,4
-Ski Club 4.
Corcorran, H. B. ll
Ski Club 4.
Football 2,3,45 Track 25 "A" Club 4-
Intramural Council 2,35 Pepper Club
2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Office 3,45 Tennis
F. T. A. 3,45 Library Asst. 35 O. G. A.
4-H Clubg F. F. A.
0. N. C. O. Club 2,3,4p Hi Y 3' Yucca
Track 4g Cantat
2,3,4g Ski Club 3,45 Junior Play 2.3.
Edmiaton, Edna Mae
Student Council 3.
Student Council 2.
"A" Club 3,45 Football 2,3g Hockey 33
Track 2,33 Student Affairs 4.
O. N. C. O. Club 2,3,4.
Silver Saddles 25 Ice Skating 3.
Des Jardin, Nancy
Silver Saddles lPres. 33 2,3,4g Stu-
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per Club 3,43 La Reata 3.
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Pepper Club 3,4g Roller Skating Club
Bowling Club 4: Tennis Club 4.
Dramateens 2: Latin Club 2.
ball 2,3g Hi-Y 3,45 Five Star 2,3,4.
Ice Skating 2,33 Roller Skating 4
tramural Council 2.
Ice Skating 2,35 Roller Skating 4
Pepper Club 2,3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4.
Football 2,3g Wrestling' 35 Hi-Y 2,3,4
La Reata 43 Operetta 2,3,4.
Head Cheerleader 4g Girls' State 3
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4
Accompanist in Chorus 2,8,4.
Laiin Club 2, Roller Skating 3,4
Dramateens 4, Ice Skating 4.
"A" Club 3.43 Track 2,3,4g Basket-
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g In-
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fig fy Girls' State 33 Student Council 43
' A I Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,43 Honor Society 2,3,43
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' , ' Girls' State 33 Yucca fEditor 41
W 'Z' I ,A Honor Society 2,3,4g Office 2,3,4
A Junior Play 3.
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rj i E. if Q A, Student Council 33 Track 3,43 Base-
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Galvan, Mary Cruz
Rollicking' Rollers 23 Ice Skating Club
2,45 Drill 43 Bowling' Club 43 Cantata
0. N. C. 0. Club 2,3,4g Hall Guard 3.
Gallegos, Mary Ann
O. G. A. 33 Rollicking Rollers 23 Of-
Student Council 23 Brown's Office
3,43 0. G. A. 3.
Galoway, Bob '
Galloway, Mary Ruth
A Capella 3,43 Yucca 43 Library Assn.
2,3,4g Operetta 33 Ice Skating Club 2.
Gambrel, Janette '
Book Room 3,43 Silver Saddles 23
Skating Club 2.
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Office 3,49 O. G. A.
33 Bowling Club 45 Drill 45 Student m.wA
La Reata Staff 43 0. G. A. 3g 0. A. T.
'25 F. F. A. 2,3,4g Student Council 4.
A Garcia, Saturnino
Operetta 2,3,4g Cantata 2,3,4g French A
m Club 3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Ice Skat- 5
ff, ing 3,4.
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O. N. C. O. 3,4.
O. N. C. O. 33 Student Councilg Albu-
querque Youth Council.
Student Council 23 Spanish Play 2g
0. G. A. 3.
Student Council 25 Band 2,3,4g Bowl-
ing 4g Tennis Club 3,4g Intramural
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Jr. Class Vice-President, Boys' State
33 F. T. A. 3,4g CTreas. 41, La Reata
4, Junior Play 3.
Nurse's Aid 35 Pepper Club 4.
Book Room 3,45 Bowling Club 3, Rol-
ler Skating 2 4- Outdoor Club 2
Griego, Solomon X '
Griffith, John V
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4
Drill 3,45 Outdoor Club 4.
Spanish Play 2, Student Council 4
La Roata 45 Bulldog Queen Attend
Boxing 25 Basketball 2,3,4g Track 3,4.
Gutierrez, Ramona May
Gutierrez, Roland E. 'X --
Band 2,3,4g Kcaptainj Orchestra 4. 'Ji
Hall Guard 3. . '
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Transfer from Lubbock, Texas-4.
0. N. C. O. 3,42 Archaeology Society
43 R. 0. T. C. Drill 4.
O. N. C. O. 3,4Q Archaeology 4.
Soph. Vice-Pres. 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,43
Latin Club 23 Pepper Club 43 F. T. A.
Football 43 Basketball 2,33 Baseball
Rollicking Rollers 2,3,43 Bowling Club
23 Ice Skating 4.
Hi-Y 2,3,4 CPres. 413 Silver Sad-
dles 23 O. N. C. O. 2,33 Track 3.
Ice Skating Club 2,33 Junior A142
League fPres. 49 3 Hi-Y 4g Football 33
Ski Club 4.
Student Council 23 F. T. A- 2,3-
Baseball 2,3,4g Basketball 2,33 "A"
Dramatic Club 2,3,4g Class Plays
2,3,4g Yearbooks 2,3,4g Honor Society
3,4 fGold A 3,433 Ice Skating Club
Square Dance Club 23 Jr. Play 3.
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Cachmas 3,45
La Reata 49 Drill 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4.
O. N. C. O. 2,3,4g Dramateens 43
Archaeology Society 4g Cantata 45
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Wrestling 2,3,4g Track 3,43 Penta- ' -
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Pepper Club 2,3,4g Talent Assembly
Record 2,3,43 Tr
Honor Society 2,3,45 Gold-A 35 Latin
Club 25 Junior Art League 45 F. T. A.
La Reata 2,3,4 QAssoc. Editor 3, Edi-
tor 415 Hi-Y 3,45 Honor Society 2,35
Pepper Clubg Bowling Clubg Nurse's
Red Cross Home Nursing 25 Outdoor
Club 2,3,45 Square Dance Club 3. L
Intramurels 35 Gym Office 35 Tennis
Club 35 Ice Skating 3,45 Drill 4.
Boxing 25 Track 25 F. F. A. 3,4 QVice-
President 415 Pentathalon 3.
Pepper Club 2,3,45 Intramural Coun-
cil fVice-Pres. 3, Pres. 415 Outdoor
Club 3,45 Yucca 45 Student Council 2.
Pepper Club 2,3,45 Bowling Club 4
lPres.J 5 Intramurals 2,4 fVice-Pres.J.
Student Council5 Square Dance Club.
Pepper Club 3,45 Nurse's Assistant.
Nurse's Asst. 4' Cantata 4.
"A" Club 3,45 Golf 2,3,45 Hi-Y
Record 2,35 Pepper Club 2,3,45 Yucca
45 Drillg O. G. A. 3.
Pepper Club 3,45 Ice Skating Club 45
Pepper Club 2,3,45 Office Asst. 35
Drill 2,35 O. G. A. 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3.
Drillg Ice Skating Club5 Student
Councilg Pepper Club.
Football 45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Track
3,45 Student Council 3,45 "A" Club 4.
Pepper Club 2,3,45 Modern Dance
2,3,45 Cheerleader 45 Student Council
3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4.
Home Nursing 35 O. G. A. 3.
Pepper Club 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Office
Girl 3,45 Band 25 Student Affairs
F. F. A. 2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4.
Football 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3,4g Track
43 Student Council 3g Archaeology
Football 33 Cantata 3,45 Operetta 3,4
Honor Society 3.
Le Master, Dale
Track 2,35 Wrestling 3g Ice Hockey 4.
Rollicking Rollers 35 Outdoor Club 3
Tennis Club 3,4g Bowling Club 4
Lewinson, Do Ann
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Office 2,3,4g Tri-
Hi-Y 2,3,4g Latin Club 25 Drill 3,4.
Football 2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g "A" Club
Pepper Club 23 Jr. Art League 2,3g
Yucca 45 La Reata 2.
Student Councilg "A" Club fVice-
Pres.Jg Los Hermanosg Football,
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Square Dance 2,35
Ice Skating 2,43 Silver Saddles 2, La
Student Council 4.
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Pcppcr Club 2,3,4g Drill 4g Bookroom
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Honor Society 2,3,4 fPres. 4, Gold
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29 lce Skating 2,4g La Reata 4.
Silver Saddles 2,3,4g Ski Club 3,45
Pepper Club 2,45 Modern Dance 4g
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Square Dance Club 2,43 Intramural
Boxing 2,3,4g Pentathlon 3,4.
Cantata 2,3,4g A Capella 45 Operetta
45 Archaeology 3,4.
La Reata 4.
Modern Dance 25 Pepper Club 4.
3,4 5 Office 3,4
Yucca 4g F. T. A. 2,35 Ice Skating 33
Dramateens 4g Library 3,4.
Junior Play: Silver Saddles 2,3,4g Li-
brary 2,3g Tri-Hi-Y.
Mares, Anna Marie
Drill 2,4g Pepper Club 2,45 Drama-
teens 45 Skating 43 Modern Dance 4.
Jr. Play 3g Drarnateens 45 Ice Skat-
Dramateens 35 Bowling 33 Latin Club
3g Archaeology Society 43 O. N. C. O.
H1 Y 2 3 Basketball Z 3 4 Baseball
Mayberry, Wnllena 1
Girls' Intramurals 3 4
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McKinnon, Joan L.
Pepper Club 2,3,43 Drill 3,43 Tri-Hi-Y
2,3,43 Student Council 33 Girls' State
Nurse's Office 2,3,43 Rollicking' Roll-
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McMullen, Neva Belle
O. G. A.3 O. A. T.
McNabb, Edith Joyce
Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Drill 3.
McNabb, Warren N.
Latin Club 23 Pepper Club 3,4.
Medici Thelma Maria
R. O. T.C. Drill 43 O. N. C. O. 8,4. .
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Miller, Clara Lee
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Cheerleader 45
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Office 3,4.
Mitchell, Betty Lou
Roller Skating Club 23 Square Danc-
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Drill 3,43 Office 45
Basketball 2.3,43 Baseball 2,3,4g Track
2,3,4g "A" Club 3,4.
Cantata 25 Intramurals 4.
Foootball 2g Basketball 25 Track 2,3.
Spanish Playg Cantata.
Drill 45 Bowling Club 4.
Operetta 3,43 Cantata 2,3,4g A Cap-
pella 3,4g Double Trio 2,3,4g Orches-
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" Youth Council 43 Studfnt Affairs 43
, Boys' State 35 District Student Coun-
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Zigi: E Y Moya, Martha
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Tennis 3,45 Intramural 2. ,
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Operetta 35 Cantata 2,3,45 A Cappella
3,45 Silver Saddles 25 Archaeology
Golf 3,45 Dramateens 3,45 Yucca Staff
45 Student Council 45 K. A. N. W. 3,4.
0'Bryan, .lo Ann
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F. F. A. 3,4.
Football 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Track
2,3,45 HA" Club 3,45 Hi-Y 3,4.
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Spanish Play 2,3,45 Rollicking Rollers
25 Record 3,4.
Pepper Club5 Tri-Hi-Y5 0ffice5 Stu-
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Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 3,4.
Basketball 25 Boxing 3.
Bulldog' Queen 45 A Cappella 3,45 Stu-
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Junior Play 3,43 K. A. N. YV. 35 Dram-
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Track 2,3,4g Football Manager 33
"A" Club 3,4.
Student Council 43 Ice Skating 2,3g 1
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Ramirez, William 2
Junior Play 3. A .,.. Z .
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Record 2,3,4g Honor Society 2,3,4g
Latin Club 2.
Tri-Hi-Y fVice-Pres.J 45 Pepper Club
Band 2,35 Fiddling Feet 2,3,4g Stu-
dent Council 2,3.
Double Trio 2,3,4g Color Guard 3,43
Junior Play 3, A Capella 3,45 Oper-
Pepper Club 2,3,4g La Reata 3.
Rodri qu ez, Gus
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Yg Student
Councilg Drill 3,4 fLeader 41.
Boxing 2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4g Wres-
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Club 3, Tennis Club 33 Intramurals
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Honor Society 3,4g French Club 23
Latin Club 25 Projector Club 3,4.
Boxing 35 Basketball 2.
Boxing 25 Wrestling 2.
Office 4, Drill 3,4.
Bulldog' Queen Attendant 4g Honor
Society 2,3,49 Pepper Club 2,3,4g Stu-
dent Council 4g Operetta 3.
Pepper Club 2, Student Council 3,4.
Baseball 2,33 Boxing 35 Student Coun-
Football 25 Basketball 2,3g Boxing
Pepper Club 3,4: O. G. A. 33 Skating
Club 43 Intramurals 2,4.
Basketball 2,3g Baseball 2,3g Student
Roller Skating 4.
Tri-Hi-Y 43 Ice Skatingg 2 Drill 3,4.
Record iAssoc. Ed. 35 2,35 Pepper
Club 2,3,4g Yucca 45 Drill 45 Tri-Hi-Y
3,45 fSec. 41.
Silver Saddles 2,3,4g Fiddling Feet 25
Archaeology 33 Yucca 4.
Cantata 2: Latin Club 2g Silver Sad-
dles 2g Intramurals 2.
Home Nursing 23 Cantata 25 Nurses'
La Reata 3,43 Pepper Club 3,4.
Band 2,3g Hi-Y 2,3,4g Student Coun
J1. Art League 23 Pl0jeCt01 Club
3,45 Operetta 3,45 Cantata 2,3,4g A
Fiddling Feet 25 Band 2,3,4g Honox
Society 3: Dramatic Club 4.
Senior Play 4g
Junior Play 33 Pro-
jector Club 4g Record 3.
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Society 3,43 Boys' State 3.
Pepper Club 2,45 Latin Club 25 Tri-
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g
Girls' State 35 Honor Society 2,3,4g
Orchestra 3,49 Traffic Squad 2,3,4.
Sullivan, Peggy .
cil 33 Band 3,43 Drill 33 Yucca 4.
Swinney, Verle Lee
Drill 3,43 0. G. A. 3.
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Intramural Coun-
Pepper Club 3.49 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g
Pepper Club 2 JI Play 3 Color
Gu rd 3 4 Yucca 4 A Cappella 3,4.
O. N. C. O. 2,3,45 Safety 35 Projector
35 Hi-Y 35 Color Guard 4.
Archaeology Society 35 Baseball 4.
Cantata 2,3,45 O.G.A. 35 Rollicking'
Baakctball 3' Tennis 3 4
Basketball Intramurals 2,35 Boxing
Football 2,3,45 Track 3,45 Archaeol-
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Pepper Club 2,3,45 Drill 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y
3 4' Modern Dance 4' Yucca 4
Hi-Y 45 Track 3,45 Jr. Art League 45
Ice Skating Club 2,45 Student Coun-
Rollicking Rollers 2,3,4.
Archaeology Society 3,45 Bookroom
Pepper Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g
Student Council 2,43 Cheerleader 4: f-
Honor Society 2,3,4. 'fi I.
Bowling Club 43 Outdoor Club 4, - -1 '
Tennis Club 43 Intramural 4.
Pepper Club 4, Rollicking Rollers 4.
Latin Club 2,35
Yucca 4. -
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Council 2,33 Skating Club 2,3,4.
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Student Council 45 Baseball 3,4.
YVoody, Charlotte Intramurals 25 Rollicking- Rolla-me 2,3g
Dramateens 3,41 Jr. Play fig Camtata
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treasurer' and Phil Harris, president. Phil and Sally prom, the Junior Class proved that they rank wlth the
theii-.second year as class officers. best of classes of Albuquerque High School.
Nine hundred and sixty seven students brought the
Sophomore class of '51-'52 into being last fall. The
new arrivals appreciated the aid they received from
the Pepper Club, stimulating a friendly relationship be-
tween new and old students. It also helped them ad-
Just themselves to school life at Amuquerque High.
For their officers the Sophomores elected, left to
right, below: Arlene Garcia, vice presidentg Mary Ann
Hunt, secretary-treasurer5 and Jack Stromberg, presi-
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Albough, Alexander, Allen,
Patsy Elton Fred
Ango, Ankeny, Aragon,
Lyman Frank Barbara
Armijo, Armijo Atkinson
Bobby Nancy Bill
Baca, Baca, Baca,
Hector Julian Mary
Barker, Barnes, Barnhisel
Don Jackie Judy
Bell, Bell, Binder,
Ella Helen Regina
Black, Blackwell, Bobroff, Boe,
Gilbert Helen Jack John Ray Larry
Brady, Brady, Breeden, Brewer, Bridenstine, Bright,
Andy Bobby Everett Dickie Beverly Ratha
Brock, Brown, Bryant, Bryant, Brunk, Buchholz,
Cleo Mary Jean Cecile Joyce Jan Paul
Burney, Burns, Burrows, Carley, Carmany, Carpenter,
Doris Teresa John Kenneth Nancy Jo Ann
Castillo, Catledge, Chacon, Chambers, Chapman, Chavez,
Maxine James Helen Claudette Guy Angelina
Chavez, Chavez, Chavez, Chavez, Chavez, Chavez,
Clemente Consuelo Ernie Frank George Joyce
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Lu e Mary Ann Mary Lou Phillip
Church, Clark, Clifton, Clum,
Ernest David June Robert
Cornell, Cotton, Council, Crook,
Jean Gloria Sarah Sally
Purley, Daniels, Darner, lhxvis.
Tom Ilelen Marty David
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Dunlap, Duran, Hehavaina, Elizondo
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Thalia Lukie Raymond
Hall, Hall, Hamilton,
Bonnie James Dick
Harris, Haynes, Hedman,
Phil Mary Kay
Hermlejurgen, Herrera, Hines,
Annette Abdon James
Holmes, Hooks, Hooks,
Sharon Charlotte Douglas
Hulsey, Hunt, Ichikawa,
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Moore, Moore, Moore,
Betty Hazel Norma
Morales, Morfan, Morris,
Israel Jerre Ada Mae
Murillo, Musil, Mutter,
Rolwrt llon Jim
Noyes, Nunez, Olson,
Barbara Bertha Victor
Otero, Owens, Pacey,
Frances Margaret Cynthia
Parker, Parlcer, Patchell,
Jim Nina Ruth
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Sanchez, Sandoval, Saxon,
Robert Joe David Jesse
Sedillo, Sedillo, Sedillo,
Frances Luceano Raymond
Sena, Sena, Sena,
Dora Johnny Rachel
Shaw, Sheriff , Short,
Ellanora Margaret Sam'
Sloan, Small, Smiley,
Barbara Kennith Don
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L. J. Mable Florene
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Swallows Suazo, Tafoya, Tafoya, Tafoya, Tapia,
Richards, Joan Pantaleon Richard Rosalie Betty
Ticknor, Togami, Tyson, Torres, Torres, Torres,
JoAnn Joe Gladys Ernest Manuel Paul
Trudeau, Trujillo, Trujillo, Turpen, Turpcn, Turrietta
Willard Benny Robert Armond Robert Romalo
Upchurch, Upson, Valdez, Van Doren, Vigil, Vigil,
Jane Raymond Rosie Le Roy Christine Lorie
Villescas, Wader, Walker, Walker, Walker, Werner,
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Gentry, Gere, Giannini, Gibson, Gideon, Godfrey, Gomez,
Kindall Jane Irene Kay Bill Marilyn Gilbert
Gonzales, Goodrich, Gorton, Gray, Greeson, Griego, Grisham,
Porfilio Sallie Fred Ann Peggy Lupe Keith
Gunckel, Gurule, Gutierrez, Gutierrez, Haines, Haldiman, Hamby,
Fred Daisy Benny Junior Mary Sharon Joyce
Hanawald, Hankins, Hankins, Harn, Harris, Harris, Harris,
Gloria Mary Jo Ronnie Kenneth Jimmy Joe Sue
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I-lerdejurgen, Hernandez, Hernandez
Art Mary Simon
Hill, Hill, Hogland
Mickey Patsy Don
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Saul, Schipper, Schuniackcr, Scott, Scott, Scoville, Seawright,
Michael Thelma Barbara Eleanor Irene Nada Connie
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ml:-11.1 f'1.11n1'il. This 11-111cs1-11t:1t1vo hmly of A. H. S.
citizi-11-4 is 11111l111' tht- lIll't't'lItlll of I'1'i11cipal till-n U.
' -11111 :1n1l Sllltll 111 XI't':1i1s Illlllll vlor Jvxvoll Brown.
'I'h1- 3111111111 I40llI1t'll sr11'v1's as il :1o11n1ling bozird
Vl.lll'l'l'lly t.I11- st.111l1'nts 1-x1:1'1-ss their o11inio11.s through
ll1'lI' 1-l1'1't1-al 1'1'p1'1's1'11t:1tivvs.
Mlflfvllkl-IHS. Ifllllll row: F. Kovhlvig M. Chavez, IQ.
S1111'h1-z, J. 'I'wily. S. f'1'1.1zl1, t'. Ahhott, J. Barnes,
ID G1-is, Il. IxIl'I'l'Uly, S. flLllIl'l', Il. I.in1lh0rg', J. Stov-
tIlS, N. M111gg'l11sto11, Ii. t'ross, VV. Allen, P. Lambvrt,
I Iilllllillll, M. Fastillo, S. N1-iI14on, Il. Baca, N. Honey,
S2lllt'lH'Z, I". tlnllm-ggos. S. Short.
S1't'UIlll row: IC. Simon, Ii. Il0l'tl'l', IC. Huvs, J. Har-
mfl. I.. F1111-l, I.. Vzxstillo, .I. Illtigjilllll, H. Lucas, II.
AI.'I'I'lIINA'I'I'IS. I'lI'UllI row: I". Ilzircia, IC. Patino,
S Y2ll'I1Ulll'0Ilj.l'll, M. I.op1-Z, Ii. Vhristopher, P. Ahc-1'
ll ithy, Ii. Sz1n1'h1-Z. Ii. I1'I1ika1v:1, M. Lowance, J. Brito,
I Allvn, I'. SlJt'2ll'IIl2lll, I'. Hum-, I.. Mvtzgar, B. Anaya,
lVIac'i1-l, Ii. Ii2ll'OlZl.
Second row: I". Iluran, IC. Iluncan, G. Ortiz, R..
oflava, M. Sziiwlivx, S. Santillanes, G. Smith, A. Gar-
11:1, G. Ilamxwzilcl. Il. lit'lt'l1l'lN, IJ. Sandoval, B. Garcia
Il. Kitsvh. ll. S:1111l11vz1l.
It is divided into many Connnittecs, for exzunplu'
Spvcizil Days, Ass1-1nl1li1-s, Ilant-1.1, Fina1.1-1- and Dum-
latilm. Those Lommittecs plan such activities as thv
tratlitional Groeii and Whitv ilall, Pionvvr Day. and
The Stlhlllll I11 dy 'mx-s a lot of thanks to thu won-
derful job tlone this past yvar lay thv SiLIlIl'I1t t'o1111r'1l.
Moskos, J. Saxton. M. Lyons, S. t'11op01'. N. Korn. C.
Barhoa, H. Leclhettor, M. Mainz. I. Scott, K. Keith, I..
Gutierrez, F. ClllVl'I', C. Moskos, Ii. I.opp. .I. Stl'0Il1lN3l'2'-
Back row: B. Cole, VV. Spvar, l'. 0'Bannon, B.
Wold, B. Hoaiclman, T. Macivl, R. Hook, N. McNabb.
J. Ha1'1'i.4, S. Patino, A. Bcclw, C. Spafforcl, II. Rogers.
IC. Henshaw, M. Christviison, J. llankins, M. Silva, A.
Smith, A. Lopez, R. Black.
Thirml row: B. Ryan, IS. Ialllllllllfx, J. Mt-Dougall, P.
Mills-r, C. Ritchie. IC. G1-ntry, N. Baca. L. Hentz, S.
Wright, D. Rohhins, V. fl2ll'fUl', R. Cervantes, T. Flow-
Fourth row: D. Reclfern, J. Patton, E. Burgin, C.
Nohel, F. Zichert, E. Betts, B. Harris, W. Sterns, D.
Ciesielski, A. Fogcll, M. I.ov1-, R. Sanchez, F. Martinez.
D. Murphy, S. Williams, N. Casvy.
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MEMBERS: Front row, Dwight Onborne, Rudy Gar-
cia, Charles Spafford, Don Ciesielski, Paul Lambert,
Johnny Romero, Frank Roeliler, Winfield Spear, Dave
Rice, Dan Hernandez.
Second 1-ow: Tom Shea, Maxine Castillo, Sallie Good-
rich, Stella Nielson, Tresa Lanham, Jo Jo Miekiewiez,
Lucy Metzgrar, Tillie Maciel, Nellie Hovey, Mary Helen
Baca, Ben Baca.
Third row: Don Giese, Jo Hankins, Carol Coulter,
Barbara Kees, Barbara Kelsch, Nancy Kern, Judy Shaf-
fer, Edna Duncan, Lucille Gutierrez, Molly Chavez,
ALTERNATES: First row: Josie Aragon, Bene Ba-
rela, Elsie Sanchez, Leatha VVimley, Angelina Chavez,
Elsie Burke, Ernestine Patino, Charlene Ronning, Fran-
ces Garcia, Caroline Maciel, Carol Jones, Frances Cha-
vez, Clara Lee Miller, Mary Kay Hicks, Donna Whit-
taker, Tillie Segura, Frances Lanigan.
Second row: Barbara Wilkinson, Martha Baca, Ce-
cile Jones, Donna Stanfier, Pat Bone, Billy Kitch, Jan
Reeves, Charlotte Stevens, Mary Turrieta, Mary Pena,
Lucille Castillo, Ben Ichikawa, Cordell Puckett, Janet
At left are first semester
.-3: 1. Q. , cfficena. Left to right are:
A' M Charles Moskos, Sally Crook
A," Q and Paul Lambert.
. t T ,Q At right are second sem-
,-'4 ester officers. Left to right:
, Helen Rogers, Paul Lambert
and Al Beebe.
Mary Stella Chavez, Emily Abrew, Harry Moskos.
Fourth row: Al Beebe, Bob Hook, Ronald Royster,
Charlie Barboa, Harry McCro1'y, Audrey Putzier, Gloria
Koenig, Marilyn McMullen, Dorothy Mason, Mark Mar-
chboulas, Art Herdejurgen, Cliff Ritchey, Paul Yris-
arri, Sid Cutter, Charles Moskos, Jr., Earl Simon.
Fifth row: Charles O'Bannon, Phil Mellor, Ralfe
Black, Bill Cole, John Mellott. Bennie Porte1', Phil Raby,
Freddie Ziekert, Jack Stromberg, Bruce MacLauchlan,
Hunter Geer, Ware Ullom, Sam Large, Don McDonald,
Dick Wilson, Buster Quist.
Third row: Marty Darner, Mahlon Love, John Mc-
Dougall, Manuel Maldonado, Walter Allen, Nelson Da-
vis, Kenneth Lopp, Robert Gonzales, Jim Elizondo, Rob-
ert Apodaca, Alton Leedy, Herman Krawl, James Har-
wood, David Sandoval.
Fourth row: James Mutter, Darrell Redfern, Bart
Gonzales, John Carley, Manuel Chavez, Carl Baylor,
Albert Sanchez, Leo Alderete, Gene Martinez, Don Lu-
cas, Ronald Harper, Allen Fogell, Dave Huerte, Homer
Ledbetter, Eddie Werner, Jerry Baxter.
First row: liiuliaril 'Fa-
lovn, Valayn Trujillo,
Alex fiI'ZlX'l'H, l'lil4-en
llinshuw, Vonnil' Ah-
lmtt, Ann Gray, lletty
Mills, lit-vi-rly Smith,
Joy:-v lirynnt, Irene
S1-voinl row: Dolores
Windsor, Mona Vhrist-
l'llSl'Il, Gloria liru-rwg'
llrmw- llvlzlnr-y, All'i'v4l
.liirrm-tt, .Mlm-4-I1 Ls-ftow,
Ili-lty King, lleleni
l":n'ris, Gloria- Smith,
First row, left to right:
Sallie Varner. Jack
Foster, Lyman Ange,
D a vid Garcia, J im
Burkhardt, Dave Mish-
ler, Gilbert Molina,
David Doyle, J. Metz-
gar, Mike Baca. Roland
Soto, Roland Gutier-
rez, Dave Sandoval.
Second row: Carolyn
Smith, Syhol Watson,
Arthur Touche, Roh-
ert VVilSon, Bill Par-
ker, Jerry Baxter, Bill
Leslie, Bill Gideon,
Charlie Carley, Ralpha
Romero, Peggy Sulli-
van, Boib Norton.
Left to right: Earl Pa-
dilla, John Anderson,
Ronald Harper, Tex
is ' Elsie,
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Front row, left to right:
Lawrence Walker, Lydia
Ange, Larry Walker, Ma-
rie Hanson, Ginger Gu-
tierrez, Lois Delany, Ed
Back row: Fred Martinez,
Arthur Rosenbaum, Jerry
Baxter, Peggy Wilkinson,
LeRoy Barncastle, Sos-
tenes Parga, Fred Duran.
Front row, left to right:
.lim Mattingly, Alfred
m r e t t , Nancy Car-
many, James Thompson,
Back row: Roland Gu-
tierrez, Roland Soto,
Jack Bobroff, Bob Nor-
ton, Ernie Chavez.
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n, llonnu llatvs.
Une ol' the main events looked forward to in the
yeay of lil5l was thc presentation ofthe annual Christ-
mas Vantata. It consisted of one hundred and fifty
Albuquerque lligh School students lmoth lvoys and girls.
The coming of the Christ Child was illustrated in
thc talvleau in hack of the chorus. There were approxi-
mately ten students to illustrate each scene. It was pre-
sented under the direction of Miss Virginia McManus.
The A Capella Uhoir is composed of a number of
girls chosen hy tryoutis and selected from the advanced
girl's chorus. The old members pick the newcomers at
the lreginninpg ol' each school year. The membership is
limited to about thirty girls, and it is the desire of ev-
ery girl taking chorun to lu-come a member of A Ca-
pt-lla. As the name implies, the girls sing entirely with-
out the aid of a piano or other accompaniment.
Front row, left to right: .lane llay, Gail Morgan,
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'l'l1e chorus was accompanied at the piano liy Jane Fen-
lcy and Saturnino Garcia. On the 17th of Dt-ceniber, the
cantata was held for the students at Albuquerque High
School. There were approximately four solos and four
trios. The Cantata was enjoyed lmy everyone who attend-
ed. The student hody showed great enjoyment of it.
lt will long lic remeiuliered for its lieautiful scenes and
its sincere Christmas spirit
Martha Baca, Celina Sanchez, Ruth Galloway, Betty
Alice Smith, Florine Parker, Kay lledman.
Venter row, left to right: Sharon Holmes, Josie Cau-
dill, Jani- Upchurch, Rhoda Fitzgerald, Bolilmy Taylor,
Sue Oakley, Marilyn Riig-gles.
Back row, left to right: Virginia Moos, Harriette
Reynolds, Myra Manton, Twila Walker, Lou Delle Fi-
del. Ethel Bishop, Earlene Butler.
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The Girls' Chorus, under the direction of Miss Vir-
a great deal to give the
many pleasing musical pro-
ginia McManus, has done
school and the community
Shown ahove, first row, left to right: Martha Baca,
Mabel Smith, Kay Hedman, Ruth Kelley, Jerre Morgan,
Gail Morgan, Jane Day, lillen Branson, Mary Kious.
Second row: Dana l'lllsworth, Betty Alice Smith,
Celina Sanchez, Myra Manton, Mary Ruth Galloway,
Virginia Moos, Sharon Holmes, Lou Delle Fidel, Rita
Walters, Jo Ann O'Bryan, Sonya Skeen.
Third row: Twila Walker, Florinc Parker, Ethel
Bishop, Phyllis Hopkins, Jane Upchurch, Beverly
Thompson, Enid MacCready, Celina Montoya, llellen
Fourth row: Marilyn Huggies, .loan McKinnon, Bev-
erly Vaughn, Jackie Barnes, Earlene Butler, Bobby
Taylor, Harriette Reynolds, Josie Caudill, Marie Vcrea,
Boys Glee Club .1
These are the boys who devote extra time each day
to participate in the "Hour of Music" series, the Chiist-
mas Cantata and thc annual operetta.
First row, left to right: Franklin Shanley, Charles
Leach, Ted Jorgensen. Alan Vermillion, Gail Morgan,
David Sandoval, Saturnino Garcia, Alhert Adams, Fred-
Second row: Jack Foster, Boh Hook, Laurence VVal-
ker, Jr., Fred Back, Donald Basden, Jim Bratcheif. .Don
Ciesielski, Eugene Agnes, Lanning Nicks.
Third row: Chris Martino, Al Beehe, Jack Holstein,
Robert Benton, Melvin Ashcraft, Jack Doyle, Terry
Fairchild, Wayne Housewright, John Heinbokel.
Fourth row: Clarence Evans, David Rice, Cecil Goad,
Glenn Haste, David Faw, Bruce Delaney, Boll Wilson,
Bruce Patterson, Alton Dohner.
Student Affairs Committee
'l'he Student Affairs Committee is made up of rep-
resentatives from different school organizations such as
A Club, Pepper Club, and Student Council. The duties
of this committee are to plan dates for important events
and planning school functions.
Seated: Gretchen Strombergr. First row: Jane Fenley,
Lou Delle Fidel, Sally Crook, Frances Lannigan. Back
row: Paul Lambert, Charles Moskos, Bob Campbell, Jerry
Davis, Al Beebe, Jack Stroniberfx.
Albuquerque lligh wishes to thank Mrs. Baughman
and her nurse-'s aides for the many comforts they have
provided for the students who have taken ill while at
The following students, proudly known as nurse's aides,
health examinations. Since there are many students to
be examined, the nurse's aides help the doctor by weigh-
are: Kay Kimble, Joan Martin, Nancy Kern, Aileen Lef-
tow, Jo Anne Moorer, Dorothy McKenzie, Lavomie MC-
Millan, Marian Joncie, Mary Kious, and Cecile Jones.
The following: girls are the helpers of our heavily
worked office staff. These young ladies collect attend-
ance slips and do other jobs for the administration of
First row, left to right: Jackie Barnes, Sharon Hol-
mes, Cynthia Pacey, Ann Evermon, Dolores Padilla, Sil-
Second row: Fran-
Fran c es Culner,
Lydia Ange, Pat
Looney, R 0 s i l l e
S l o a n, Margaret
Third row: Clara
Lee Miller, Estelle
N e i l s e n, Betty
Smith, Jean Cor-
nell, Nancy Minus,
Connie Abbott, El-
la Bell, Judy Barn-
hisel, Patsy Pies,
Albuquerque High School owes a great deal of
thanks to Mrs. Ella Herrera who runs the bookroom.
She and her bookroom aides issue the books to the
students in the fall and change the books each semester.
Book fines and losses are also taken care of by Mrs.
Herrera. She helps the teachers by typing and mimeo-
graphing tests for them. There are 19 girls helping Mrs.
Herrera this year. Everyday of the year she is issuing
books or taking fines for books. The bookroom is found
in the Main building.
Shown here, first row, left to right, are: Frances
Chavez, Frances Garcia, Tillie Maciel, Dolores Chavira,
and Mary Hains. Second row: Janette Gambrel, Diana
Kozlowski, Consuelo Chavez, Helen Chacon, Joy Van-
derford, Diane Case, Dolores Seawright, Marsha Yager,
and Gloria Gonzales.
The Counselors, Mrs. Rogers, Mr. Willits, and Mr.
Brown, are aided by the girls shown below, These stu-
dents run errands for our busy counselors. They also
take students to classes and aid in keeping track of our
2400 students. New students are oriented by this group
and messages for faculty and students are handled by
these busy girls.
Shown here, first row, left to rihtz Sally Goodrich,
Pat Dougherty, Frances Garcia, Tillie Maciel, Pat Jor-
dan. Second row: Riette Lewinson, Mary Anne Hunt,
Gloria Hanawald, JoAnne Gallegos, Nellie Sanchez,
Thalia Greer. Third row: Dolores Sanchez, Betty King,
Nancy Cole, Gay Hemphill, Betty Jo Farrer, Lois Epper-
Few people realize that AHS possesses its
vary own radio station. KANXV is not only
owned and operated Ivy AHS hut hroadcasta
from atop the Administration building.
Among some of the broadcasts are musical
programs for grade school student.: and broad-
casts put on hy students of' various schools.
Shown here are VVilliam li. Maxson, engi-
neer, and llrnee Patterson, student engineer.
Jeanne Farlisle, Director of programs,
hands a record to Mr. Maxson before a pro-
1 gal N J t E. t
The Yucca staff is composed of some of the literary
Senions of Albuquerque High School. These seniors do-
nate their time and talents to writing feature articles,
poems, short stories, editorials, and reviews for the
reading' enjoyment of the entire school. The members
of the Yucca staff work under the direction of Miss
Front row, left to rght: Sylvia Patino, LaVonne
Lahr, Helen Rogers, Carol keith, Camille Major, Elinor
Tuttle, Charles Moskos, Tom Cooper, Fritz Reider.
Second row: Imogene Anderson, Stevie Lienau,
Betty Scheer, Lou Del Fidel, Joan Cook, La Verne
Baum, Mary Ruth Galloway, Peggy Sullivan, Kerry
Phillips for the first semester and Linder Miss Hickman
the second semester.
The semi-annual publication is not limited to Sen-
iors only. Articles by other students are gladly received
and considered for publication.
Third row: Mary Ellen Long, Rhoda Fitzgerald
Editorb, Gretchen Strombc-rg, Enid Macready, Nancy
Cook, Mavis Schnurr, Al Beebe, Keith Davis, David
SECOND SEMESTER YUCCA STAFF
Front row: Sally Griego, Florence Hickman, Ronyse
Jacobsen, Polly Sullivan.
Second row: John Simmons, Jean Dailey, Joy Van-
derford, Lucy Valdez.
Third row: Barry Pullen, Alex Saiz, Tom Chavez,
Eddie Garcia, Chris Martino, Justo Trujillo, Bob Geil-
enfeldt, Marie Hanson, James Stevens, Joanne Cleven-
ger, Yvonne Coleman, Maureen Rinehart.
Back row: Tom Issacson, Bob Rohla, Randy Carey,
Forrest Hannan, Gale Wilson, Allan Fogcll, Marvin
Harvey, Bill Cole, Kenneth Ludwick.
The chief ambitions of a high school are to show
spirit and ability. Publications of a high school are
a part of this. Albuquerque High School has three pub-
lications: The Record, Yucca, and La Reata. All of
these are edited by student staffs.
The final publication of the year is La Reata. Its
appearance brings a partial holiday among' the students
for securing the signatures, good wishes, and compli-
ments of their friends.
La Reata is the oldest student organization. The
first volume appeared in 1909, three years before New
Mexico became a state.
Since 1918, it, as well as other publications, has
been printed by the Albuquerque High School Press.
In the picture above are shown the three editors
of La Reata. From left to right they arc: Marian Wise-
man, associate editorg John Johnson, editorg Edna Dun-
can, associate editor.
In the picture below are shown some of the mem-
bers of the staff while examining' photographs. Left to
right, seated, are: Gloria Garcia, Shirley Mead, Martha
Finn, Peggy Baxter, LaVerne Baum, Carolina Maciel.
Standing are: David Faw, Dale Mackey, R. W. Thomas
fsponsorj, Ruth Patchell, Marlene Rinehart, and Betty
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La Reata, Albuquerque High School's yearbook, was
sponsored this year by R. W. Thomas and W. M. Wall-
ing. Mr. Thomas was staff sponsor while Mr. Walling
and his students in the school's print shop set the type,
made up the pages, printed and bound the books.
John Johnson, editor-in-chief, had a staff of twenty-
one students who helped in the job of gathering the
pictures and information necessary to make this year-
book. These students had to cut, paste, and measure
pages and pictures. They had to gather data on the
clubs in order to write the copy included in this year's
book. Also, they had to decide which pictures to in-
clude and which ones to omit. Engravings for these
pages had to be properly labeled. Before this could
be done, however, layouts and page plans were needed.
This task was done by these students during sixth and
and seventh periods and after school. All this and more
was necessary to prepare this book for its critical but
Shown above are members of the sixth period staff.
From left to right, they are: Chris Martino, Tillie Ma-
ciel, Frances Garcia, Roscille Wright, Barbara Hook,
Manuel Gonzales, and Martha Baca.
Shown below are the staff membens cutting and sort-
ing pictures. In the picture at the left are shown, in
the foreground: Manuel Gonzales, Gloria Garcia, Betty
Rose, and Barbara Kelsch. In the background are Mar-
ian Wiseman, and R. W. Thomas. The picture at right
shows, clockwise: Florence Shashaguay, Ida Candelaria,
Martha Finn, Peggy Baxter and Shirley Mead.
The Record, the Albuquerque High School paper,
records the past, present and the future in the news of
the school. It had its birth in 1919 in a journalism class.
It was the first attempt along journalistic lines since
1902 when the senior class published The Accident.
The staff, under the supervision of Dr. Buskirk, con-
sists of the editor in chief, the assistant editors, business
manager, reporters, typists and feature writers. Many
contests, state and national, are open to articles writ-
ten by The Record staff and many merits have been
awarded to the staffs of the past and present. Another
important event of the year is the Annual Press Con-
vention held in Las Vegas, the officers of which have
many times been elected from The Record staff.
All material written is checked by the copywriters,
editor in chief and faculty supervisor. Any alert sopho-
more, junior or senior is welcome to be a member of the
staff. Promotions depend on the merit of the assign-
ments turned in.
All students owning co-ops are issued a Record.
Otherwise, it costs five cents. As a result, the circula-
tion is wide. It has long been a policy not to take ad-
vertisements from downtown businesses, but students
are allowed to advertise.
Printing of The Record is done by Mr. Walling and
his staff in the print shop.
Above, left to right: Gordon Reiter, associate edi-
torg Larry Bonaguidi, assistant editor, Al Beebe, edi-
tor in chief, Pauline Jahraus, business manager.
Below, seated, first row: Harry Moskos, Carol Kut-
newsky, Connie Wood, Patsy Gloss, Martha Mersman.
Second row: Bob Hook, Gloria Mae Evans, Carol Bam-
brook, Jimmie Hunton, Ernestine Patino, Julie Olund,
Peggy Abernathy, Tillie Maciel, Eddie Werner, Bob Ma-
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Mr. Lowery and the woodworking shop crews have
produced the furniture used in the outer office of Mr.
Ream's office. They have finished and re-built desks
and have turned out many another piece of furniture
for our school. This year girls are given an opportunity
to learn the functions of a planer and lathe. First and
second periods, woodworking' is for girls.
ln the top, the boys under Mr. Lowery's guidence,
are finishing some of the many pieces of fine furniture
runnin: nu-An nun
turned out every year. Left to right are: Jose Zamora,
M. Lowery, Paul Irwin and Bob Heckler.
Below is an exhibit of the many types of work done
in the woodworking' shop. Left to right are: Robert
Cantrell, Jose Zamora, Filemon Lopez, Larry Marquez,
Joe Baca, Mr. Lowery, Frank Trujillo, Oliver Venn,
Henry Paiismore, Jack Holstein, Paul Irwin, Bob Heck-
ler and Royce Ankeny.
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'l'he print shop is a very important department of
Albuquerque lligh School They print student body
publications such as the La Reata, Yucca and Record.
They also print such things. as the now famous Bull-
dog's Bark, football and basketball programs, and office
forms for the entire school system. The boys who work
There are over fifty students in Wood Shop. In
the lmw short years this class has been offered, the
boys have developed an undenstanding of carpentry
techniques, as used in assembly line methods. The ob-
in the print shop are preparing' for a career in print-
ing and allied trades. These boys are under the guid-
ance of Mr. Walling. Left to right, above, are shown:
Marcus Byrne, Tommy Weston, Fred Frazier, Mr.
Walling, Andy Gonzales, lilll Crawford, Vic Gonzales,
and Garry Blakely.
ject of these boys is to prepare themselves for a career
in furniture making and woodcrafts. Shown here are:
Phil Lopez, Frank Trujillo, Mr. Nelson Lowery, Robert
Cantrell, James McCracken and Henry Passmore.
Thre Auto Mechanics shop is one of the network
of "classrooms,' where the students get vocational train-
ing by doing various jobs of repairing and rebuilding
automobiles. Mr. L. E. Cornish is auto mechanics in-
structor, and he teaches the boys the methods of en-
gine repair. Different boys in auto mechanics, various
students and teachers, and several townspeople bring
their cars into the shop for repair. Here the boys tear
The boys in the machine shop under the instruction
of Mr. Hartlinc do work in machining and metal. They
are preparing themselves for a career working with
machinery and power tools. They turn out machine
parts and make metal tools for the school system, such
as metal tables, brackets and other such things. At this
work, the boys prove themselves indeed capable. This
down, repair, replace and then reassemble the engines
or parts they are working on. The only charge for
having your car repaired in auto mechhrnics comes in
the parts used.
Shown above, left to right: Mr. Cornish, Phillip
Werner, Raymond Upson, Tony Chavez, Walter Hengst,
Benny Gonzales and Ernest Gonzales.
excellent work is due to the fine job of instructing done
by Mr. Hartline, and the individual ability of thc boys.
The machine shop has been in existence at Albu-
querque High School for practically as long as the
Show below are: Mr. Hartline, Earl Simon, Vlyrcs
Gutierrez and Dewey Mann.
The R.Il.'l'.t'. Ilnit at AHS is organized into a reg-
iment., consisting of two hattalions and five companies.
'I'hc finat year is devoted to lmasic military training
wiile the second :ind third year emphasizes leadership,
citizenship, and more advanced military training. This
Ii.U.T.C. training' counts as a solid course.
The li.0.T.C. llnit has a rifle team as well as a
drill team. Une ol' the highlights of the school year
is the annual Military Hall sponsored hy the R.0.T.C.
Company A. Back row, left to right: Franich, Iver'
son, Davis, Davis, Hernandez, Gallegos, McCandless.
"apt, Warren Smart. Third row: Martinez, Love, Wil
Iiains, Royrter, Puckett, Daulton, Echavarria. Secono
row: Ashcraft, Russell, Martinez, Casey, Sanchez, Sekot.
First row: Thomas, Stevens, Hranum, Simmons, Hol-
land, Murphy, Villeseas.
Company IZ. Back row, left to right: Hannoway,
Hook, Stevens, Lieut. RoIiert,,,Heinsohn, Miller, Rom-
ney, Cole, VVatson. Third row: Hamilton, Samuelson,
Haxter, Iiedlmetter, Lance, Smith. Second row: Turpen,
Hare, Baca, Houston, Arniijo, Sloan, Porter, Cowey.
First row: Maitin, lluinlule, Henry, Seligman, Phelps.
Company V. Hack row, left to right: Carter, Lynen,
Robertson, Greer, Giese, De lViIde, Atkinson, Leslie.
Ryerson. Third row: Cowan, Gonzales, Montoya, To-
gami, Meissen, Lucero, Ranson. Stulwen. Second row:
Hranda, Flowers, Harela, Huckholz, VI'ilson, Silva,Gill-
reatli, Harper. First row: Martin, Flemintng, Johnson,
Watrin, Seeley. Bushner, Byers, Ball.
Company F. Back row, left to right: Bommelaere,
Turpin, Scott, Terrazas, llnran, Chilton, Gardner. Third
row: Smith, Duran, Almeyta, Ruiz, Candelaria, Thoma-
son, Tyson. Second row: Chavez, lluran, Griego, San-
chez, Bazon, Aranda. lCdging,rton. First row: Henry,
Baca, Milliean, Jorgensen.
Company IC. Hack row, left to right: Grulvli, James,
Geilenfeldt, Mt-Donald, Hannon, Hooks, Ley. Third
row: Mitchell, Calvery. Cook, Grisham, Burgin, XVII-
liams. Second row: Hargrove, VVolfe, Driskill, Gorton,
Johnson. Harwood. First row: Garcia, McCleary, Wil-
son, Zickert, Carley, lie Flore.
In the top picture part of the cast and a member of the
make-up committee are seen busily making up for the open-
ing night performance. At the top is Larry Bonaguidi, next
down is Connie Wood, followed by Lee Seligman, just don-
ning his wig, and last is Sylvia Patino, applying the old
theatrical stand-by, grease paint.
In the next picture the whole cast is seen during the
curtain call of the final performance. From left to right,
front row: Lee Seligman as La Flecheg Nancy Carmany
as Mistress Claudeg Geraldine Gale as Brindavoineg and
Louie Vigil as La Merluche. In the back row, Bob Jen-
kins as aster Simong Larry Bonaguidi as Jacquesg Betty
Mills as Frosineg Fred Reeves as Valereg Sylvia Patino as
Eliseg Armond Turpen as Harpagong Norris Deskin as
Cleante: Charlene Running as Marianeg Al Adams as An-
selmeg and James Meissen as the magistrate.
In the third picture we see the crew of servants. From
top to bottom: Larry Bonaguidi, Nancy Carmany, Louie Vi-
gil, Geraldine Gale and Lee Seligman.
In the bottom picture are the main leads in the playg
the lovers, and the fathers. At the bottom, the fathers, left
to right: Armond Turpen als Harpagon and Al Adams as
Anselme. The lovers, left to right: Fred Reeves and Sylvia
Patino as Valere and Elsie: and Norris Deskin and Char-
lene Ronning as Cleante and Mariane.
One of the many sports for girls
at AHS is the Tennis Club. It is un-
der the sponsorship of Mrs. Eva
Nobbs. They play in the fall and
spring up until the winter season,
then begin again in April. They
meet every Tuesday evening after
school at the Tingley Park Courts.
There are approximately twenty girls
who have joined of all the classees
of sophomorees, juniors and seniors.
It is for the pleasure of learning how
to play tennis and a chance to meet
new friends. The rackets and balls
are furnished by AHS. The school
also furnishes the balls and rackets
for overnight and weekends. Follow-
ing are members of the Tennis Club:
Front row, left to right: Flora Gon-
zales, Carol Keith, Mary Ann Lopez,
Jo Ann Moore1'. Back row: Jennie
Mora, Betty Tapia, Jean Reardon,
Mary Romero, Deloris Chavira, Mari-
lyn Leurig, and Mrs. Gamertsfelder.
Sen-Sinfs Tri-Hi-Y has been an
outstanding service club to AHS this
year. They have made posters to
provide the school's support for the.
football, basketball, hockey and base-
ball games and the track meets. At
Easter, Sen-Sims sponsored the mo-
vie, "King of Kings" for all high
school students, and gave an Easter
egg hunt for an orphanage. They
also gave financial aid to many worth
while charities. The students will
long remember the two dances that
Sen-Sims sponsored: "The AHS Get
Acquainted Dance" and the "Cafe
First semester officers, first row,
left to right: Helen Rogers, Council
epresentativeg Lou Del Fidel, Secre-
tary: Gretchen Stromberg, President:
Janet Barnes, Vice-president: Arlene
Second row: JoAnn Stonebreaker,
Nancy Minces, Virginia Shaver, Con-
nie Abbott, Gloria Hanawald, Nancy
'lhird row: Jane Fenley, Barbara
Lamar, Phyllis Ramsey, JoAnn Orle-
beke, Martha Lowance, Riette Lewin-
son, Sally Goodrich, Gladys Miller.
The Archaeology Society has as its
purpose the uniting of those students
interested in archaeology for digs.
side trips. and field trips. Most of
the memliens come from current
classes in Archaeolog.v and Anthro-
pology. This group tales many trips,
hut the most important and educa-
tional field trip is an annual excur-
sion to the legendary Zia, Jemez, and
Santo Domingo puehlos on King's
Day, January ti.
The officers of the organization
are Kenneth Lopp, pretsidentg Bella
Elkins, vice presidentg and Jackie
Barnes, secretary trmzisurer.
The Archaeology S-vt-:ety is one of
the oldest clubs at All-tiquerque High.
The sponsor is Mrs. l'laine Dorring-
In the picture at right are: Ronnie
floletti, Eddie Akers, Charlene Ronj
ning, Jackie liarnes, Kenneth Lopp,
and Hella Elkins. Colctti, Ronning
and Akers are on the advisory board.
The Rowling Ululm is composed of
twelve girls and a few boys who are
cameia shy of our photographer.
The cluh meets once a week after
school at Chaplin Alley. This organi-
zation has as its objective the pro-
mot.ii.g of interest in howling.
Mrs. Nohlus and Mrs. Gamertrsfeld-
cr act as the cluh's sponsors.
The officers of the cluli are Kittie
Keith, president: Mella Silva, vice-
president and Beatrice Lujan, secre-
The lll0lIlll0l'S, pictured l.cre are:
Front row: Ramona Arniijo, Beat-
rice Lujan, Kittie Keith, Haz'l
Moore, Lou Ann Clark, Ruth Kelley.
Hack row: Regina Binder. Gloria
Esquival, Marilyn Leurig, Flora Gon-
zales, Charlotte Stevens and Mary
F. T. A.
Future Teachers of America is a
club formed for students who are
interested in teaching. It has been
organized since 1949 and now has 17
members. This chapter was named in
honor of our popular principal, Mr.
Glen O. Ream. The club meets every
two weeks in the art room to discufzs
information and receive advice on
their future profession.
Their activities for this year have
included an interesting field trip to
the University of New Mexico. They
al.o sponsored a movie on education
which was given in the library base-
ment. At one of their meetings they
had a very interesting guest speaker,
the president of the Town Club of
the University. Ilere at school, the
members see and learn many things
about teaching by observing the
methor'.1 used by our own faculty.
The sponsors are Mr. Frank Gra-
ham and Mrs. Elizabeth Jaramillo.
Pictured are, left to right, standing:
Betty Jo Farrer, Nancy Carmany,
Harriette Norman, Martha Finn,
Betty Jennings lpresidentb, Manuel
Gonzales ttreasureri, Ruth Zimmer-
man. Sitting, Pat Dougherty fsecre-
taryl, and Marie Hanson.
F. F. A.
F. F. A. is the familiar name for
the Future Farmers of America. The
Future Farmers of America consist
of the coming farmers and ranchers
of the Rio Grande Valley. The pur-
pose of this club is "to interest boys
in agriculture", and their code is "to
practice brotherhood, honor rural op-
portunities and responsibilities, and
develop those qualities of leadership
which a future farmer should possess.
As vocational agriculture, F. F. A.
is designed to help boys realize the
better practices of farming, and to
get pleasure from their work through
using scientific practices.
The sponsor of F. F. A. is Mr. L. E.
Dohner. The officers are, left to
right: Douglas Oliver, sentinel, Troy
Lawson, secretary, Carl Baylor, pres-
identg Rudy Garcia, vice president,
Alfred Lawson, treasurer, and David
The Albuquerque Chapter of F.
F. A. was granted a charter by the
national organization in October,
1937. Since then it has been one of
the most active clubs in school, hav-
ing a booth at the State Fair each
tliittlwn' Vlulv, iimlvl' tlii- spuiisur-
Nliip nt' Mr. S11-inilvzicla, luis approxi-
iiiatt-ly SCU nit-mlwrs iiiterestutl in
liilws ziml lu-altliful uuttlom' activities.
Shown lie-ru nrt-, lt-t't to rlprllt, first
ruw: V4-in-ttu Stzxrr, ,-Xllwrt Saiiclivz,
ziml lVl1-riizi l'Iilw:u'ils. Second row:
t'lizu'luttp Vcmpt-i', l,oi'vttz1 liivsly,
Lou Ann l'lzu'k, Rolaml Gutierrvz,
Giiiggvii tliitivim-Z, lVl2l.l'jIZ11'k'l l"i'al1m,
Om-tiv tlziwizi :xml .It-miy I'zulill.a,
'l'lic' llrziiiizitm-oils, umlci' tho clirvc-
'ion ut' Mr. li2ll'li'li. Mr. VVvst, Mr.
Montoya and Mr. Smith, has had a
very sucvesst'i1l yi-ur. Monilmk-rsliip
ziiliiilwiwl arouiitl 50. They prvsviitud
numy splciiditl plays. Shown in pic-
turo :it lm-ft uw tlio older iiiviiilmers
xml ol't'it'vi's ot' tlu' club.
First row, lcft tu right: Anna Mu-
rie llflums, Fziiiiillv Major, Rhoda
Fitzg'vi':1lml, svn-rutziry ll'l'2l.SLll'l'l'Q Dav-
irl VVz1llzwv, prosiilvntg Mona Fhrist-
mist-ii, Vt-lima Sum-livz.
liziuk row: Betsy liiicklior. IR-grgy
Qullivaiii, Allin-rt .-Xiluiiis, Marilyii Mc-
Millt-ii, lit-viwley Smith.
The Albuquerque High School Lat-
in Club is a member of the Junior
Classical League, a nationwide organ-
ization sponsored by Miami Univer-
sity, Oxford, Ohio.
Their purpose is to study ancient
civilization and to learn their affect
on our languages, laws and cultures.
Holding their charter are Ada Mae
Williams, Nancy Minces, Earnestine
Patino, Larry Bonaguidi, Mary Van
Atta and Helen Carnes.
Modern Dance, under the direction
of Mrs. Sacks, has as its purpose the
development of interpretive dance
routines. These give the members an
opportunity to gain poise and skill in
rhythm and expression. Shown below
are, first row, left to rightt Enid
MacCready, Nadeen Stubben, Mari-
lyn McMullen. Second row: Elinor
Tuttle, Tresa Lanham, Ruth Kelley.
Linda Horton and Joanne Wilson. '
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The AHS Traffic Squad is com-
posed of eight boys and two girls.
They arrive at school before many
Students are here, and they stay un-
til almest all have left. They direct
traffic and see that students obey
the traffic regulations. AHS is truly
proud of this group of students.
Shown here are, left to right, finlt
row: John Smyth, Ray Masters, Joe
Roannc, Martha Meisman, Joe Bran-
non. Second row: James Meissen,
Everett llreeden, Tom Thomason, lfld
Sullivan, Ray Carficld.
O. N. C. O. Club
The O.iN.C.O. Club has for its
members the non-commissioned offi-
eens of the Military Science Depart-
ment of AHS. The Cluh plans and
finances the Military Ball, the regi-
mental picnie, and they are also in
charge of all the other social activi-
ties of the Military Science Depart-
ment. Shown, left to right, front
raw: Jimmie Stevens, president: For-
e't lla . t"asirer' ' "'
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zas prtsidtnt r Dc VVilde,
The Projector Club is a group of
students who have an interest in
showing movies. If you have ever
attended a movie in the Library base-
ment, you were enjoying the services
of the Projector Club.
Shown here first row, life to right:
Tom Cox, Dirk Snyder, Sonja Skeen,
Fred Baca, Ronald Harper. Second
row: John Barnhisel, Don Smith,
Fred Duran, Jack Ryerson, Sam
Large, Tex Samuelson, Ben Porter,
The Pepper Club is composed en-
tirely of girls. Mrs. Virginia Sacks
is the club sponsor. The officers of
Pepper Club are Gretchen Stromberg,
presidentg Frances Lannigan, vice-
presidentg and Jane Fenley, secretary
treasurer. The Pepper Club has two
formal dances a year, one at Christ-
mas time and one in the spring. The
girls in this club work very hard in
activities around the school to im-
prove AHS and to ,qain points for ad-
vancement in the club.
Shown here, left to right: Jane
Fenley, Gretchen Stromberg, Frances
The Rollicking Rollers were started
this year by Miss Arretche. Early in
the year they elected officers. Imo-
gene Wedemeyer is president, vice-
presidcnt is Ronald Roysterg secre-
tary treasurer is Audrey Putzier.
They decided to have the club once
a week on Monday nights. The turn
out for skating has been very good
this year. The East End Roller Rink
was the meeting place until the ice
arena opened for roller skating.
Shown here, front low, left to
right: Rebecca Lopez, Ruth Mont-
gomery, .Io Ann Gallegos, Christine
Vigil, Betty Ann Rose
Back row: Ronald li-iyster, Made-
lyn Lambert, Robert Blackmore,
Charlotte Solis, Shirley Yarbrough,
Kathryn Darden, Burl Driskill.
Shown here are a few of the active
members of Silver Saddles, an organ-
ization whieh gathers together those
students interested in horses and rid-
ing. The sponsors of this club are
Captain Smart and Miss Gomes. This
group puts on a horse show on Pio-
neer Day. During this show a good
display of skill is seen. It is an event
students don't care to miss.
Shown here, left to right: Loretta
Zolman, Enid MacCready, Nellie San-
chez, Joan Cook.
Second row: Lois Delaney, Velma
Corley, Clifford Ritchie.
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Managing the 1951 season were lift to right: Kerry
Constan, Andy Baca and Glenn Haste.
The traveling trophy was returned to Bulldog tro-
phy case for the third consecutive year when the Ca-
nines defeated the Hornets in the annual Thanksgiv-
ing Day game.
Not a perfect season, but a good one! Losing only A slump followed which lasted until the third annual
a few and tying one, the Bulldogs played real football Turkey Day game with Highland High School. Promp-
emerging the victors in the majority of their games. ted by a pre-game pep rally and bonfire, the fans and
During the first part of the season the Bulldogs team lifted their school spirit to its height. The fierce-
proved themselves more than once by coming from ly contested battle between the crosstown rivals cli-
behind to eop the victory. Defensive and offensive play- maxed the season returning the Bill Denny trophy to
ing improved steadily as the season progressed. AHS for the third consecutive year.
Coach Pete McDavid, to whom much of In line at the football letterman banquet, are, left to right:
this sc-uson's success goes. Frank Blea, Fred Allen, James Beal, Bill Tucker, Fred Leyba,
Foy Graves, Buster Quist, Robert Cross and Sidney Cutter.
September 14 Gallup 19 7
September 21 Deming 36 24
September 28 Clovis 25 6
October 5 Artesia 12 12
October 12 Santa Fe 27 18
October 19 St. Mary's 26 20
October 26 Carlsbad 6 36
November 2 Las Cruces 19 0
November 8 El Paso 19 47
November 22 Highland 26 9
Gallup-The Bulldogs got their '51 season off
to a good start with a win over the Tigers of Gallup.
Deming-The Bulldogs came through strong
against Deming, as expected.
Clovis--Bulldogs scored heavily to avenge last
Artesia-Another Bulldog team showed strength
before Albuquerque came from behind to gain a tie.
Santa Fe--Tho Demons looked as though they want-
ed to win before the great Bulldog line beat them into
St. Mary's-The closest game of the season. The
Bulldogs in a last ditch effort, scored two touchdowns
in five minutes.
Carlsbad-The state champions for two years run-
ning showed their great scoring ability against AHS.
Las Cruces-Our boys were smarting from their
Members of the 1951 Bulldog squad are: Top row,
left to right: Paul Lambert, Lawrence Cordova, Alfred
Apodaca, Bob Cummins, John Calkins, Donn Linberg,
Phil Harris, Gary Leonard, Sam Short, Jack Stromberg,
Robert Cross and Buster Quist.
Middle row: James Beal, Charles Barboa, Phil Cas-
Bob Cummins and Fred Leyba
previous defeat when they met the powerful southern
El Paso-Outscored but not outplayed. The El Paso
team showed power but the high point was when Cap-
tain Freddie Leyba ran a kick-off eighty-five yards for
Highland-The Turkey Day game was the upset of
the year! For its third time in a row, the Bulldogs kept
the city championship by beating the Hornets.
ias, Bill Carmen, Bruce Briner, Mike Schlick, Henry
Apodaca, Buddy Jackson and Bill Tucker.
Bottom row: Fred Allen, Sidney Cutter, Joe Orona,
Frank Blea, H. B. Sanders, Dave Otero, Fred Leyba,
Jim Elizando and John Romero.
Action: Phil Harris carries th
in the game with Carlsbad.
e ball over for six points
Charles Barboa, Jann-s Beal, Frank Blea,
Right Guard Left End Quarterback
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of a Bulldog shoestring tackle.
Robert Cross, Lawrence Cordova, Phil Casias,
Right Tackle Right Tackle Right End
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Bulldogs closv in for the tavlilv.
Foy Graves, Phil Harris, Buddy Jackson,
Left Tackle Left llalflmack Loft End
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Fred Loyba tears down the gridiron for another six
points against the Highland Hornets.
Joe Orona, Harry Marcolli, Donn Linberg,
Right Halfback Right Guard Right Halfback
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Sam Short, Jack Stromberg, Bill Tucker,
Left Tackle Right End Left Tackle
Albuquerque High put upon the basketball court this
year, a group of players, small in stature, but big in
heart, and full of spirit. To Coach Heinsohn, who stands
approximately .six feet six inches, this squad looked
small indeed. However, with Heinsohn's able direction
and the team's spirit and will to win, Albuquerque High
had a basketball squad of which it truly can be proud.
The first game against Highland, in the AHS gym,
was indeed a thriller for the Bulldog boosters and show-
ed the followers of both schools that the AHS thinclads
were going to be hard to beat. The Bulldogs, a great
home team, always gave the local followers a good show
regardless of the final outcome. Smiling out from the
picture below are the boys who composed the 1952
Bulldog basketball team.
Standing, left to right: Tom Isaacson, Richard Trott, Sitting: Ruben Rubio, Luciano Sedillo, Roger Ara-
Tom Curley, Jack Stromberg and Mike Padilla.
gon, Larry Walker and Ware Ullom.
Tom Curley, Tom Isaacson, Julian Montoya,
Center Forward Guard
After rigorous conditioning and long hours of prac-
tice, the Bulldogs were primed for the 1951-52 basket-
ball season. Coach by Bob Heinsohn and managed by
Chris Martino and Leonard Foster, the Canines began
the great battle. Playing the leading squads of the
state, the Bulldogs emerged with a 13-13 record. The
Bulldogs played good ball all the way, but they were
lacking in height, five feet ten being the average.
There will be six experienced lettermen returning
for the 1952-53 season. They are: Tom Curley, Larry
Walker, Luciano Sedillo, Ruben Rubio, Mike Padilla and
Richard Trott. Coach Heinsohn is hoping for some new
men with height to begin next year's season, making
it a great year in basketbal for the Bulldogs.
Co-captains Dick Bratcher, Dino Giannini of St. Mary's, Roger
Dave Otero, Aragon and Tom Isaacson of AHS express the spirit which reigned in
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Date Opponents e Date Opponents e
December 7, Los Lunas 48 January 18, Tucumcari 28
December 8, Estancia 60 January 25, Raton 45
December 14, Highland 43 January 26, Las Vegas 40
December 15, Belen 45 January 29, Socorro 49
December 21, Gallup 33 February 1, Santa Rosa 48
December 22, Durango 44 February 2, Alamogordo 43
December 28, Clovis 34 February 8, Forrest 33
December 29, Texico 53 February 12, Isilighlagd 32
January 4 Melrose 34 February 15, anta e 36
February 18, St. Michaels 44
January 8' St' Marys 48 February 21, Moriarty 64
January 11, Hobbs 45 February 22, o.L.o.s. 41
January 12, Los Alamos 35 February 22, Highland 52
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Our wrestling team, shown above, are: First row:
Marcellino Padilla, Louis Hellwig, Arthur Lewis, Johnny
Archuletta, Burl Humble, Johnny Romero, Walter
Second row: Jimmy Harris, Bill Leach, Charles Bar-
boa, Paul Lambert, Phil Harris, John Carpenter, Dick
Third row: Coach Jack Rushing, Pantaleon Tafoya,
Paul Rose, Ray Parra, Paul Goen, Clarence Black, Jim
Stevens, Alfred Black.
Our Bulldog wrestling team, under the direction
of Coach Jack Rushing, completed a fairly successful
Kar-r-unch. Burl Humble holds a Texas boy to the
mat in a match against Amarillo.
season for this year. We wrestled the team from the
School for the Blind at Alamogordo, the Amarillo San-
dies, Boys' Ranch of Texas, and Highland High School.
Our team this year had enough depth in the various
weights, but the boys had no real experience. Thge
greatest number of our matches were held here at
home, but about the middle of the season the wrestling
team took a field trip to Amarillo, Texas for matches
there. The boys on the team got useful coaching from
Lloyd Wayne, who dropped in several times to see the
sport that he and Coach Rushing got started here at
Bob Cross tries for the second fall against a Boys'
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The track team, shown above, did well for us this
season. Front row: Bob Campbell, Jim Tuttle, Fred
Leyba, Chato Montoya, Frank Blea, Bill Carman, Pat
Evans, Joe Orona, Anthony Simon, H. B. Sanders, Sam
Second row: Gabriel Saavedra, Bob Jenkins fMgr.l,
Jimmie Hines tMgr.J, Pilar Sanchez, Noel Baca, Buddy
Jackson, Alfred Apodaca, John Patten, Manuel Gu-
tierrez, Joseph Beal, Jerry Martin, Robert Baca, Dick
Brewer, Gary Hemphill, Tom Martin, Albert Adams.
Third row: Fred Beck, Kerby Landis, Ernest Costa-
les, Bobby Brady, Junior Gutierrez, Gifford Hill, Donn
Linberg, Mick Schliek, Norman Muggleston, John Caul-
kins, John Carpenter, Jack Lostein, Dick Torres, Louis
Gross, Burl Humble, Jan Brunk.
Fourth row: Joe Santillanes, Toby Santillanes,
George Salazar, Tony Segura, Clemente Chavez, Ben
McKee, Bob Stewart, Alan Vermillion, Richard McDon-
ald, Bill Henry, Walter Cleveland, Allan Fogell, Earl
Simon, Ralfe Black, Alton Dohner.
Fifth row: Buster Quist, Roland Carter, Henry To-
ledo, Kent Bennett, Lupe Sierra, Richard Sanchez, Am-
erico Chavez, Lanny Dally, Ervin Betts, Pat Hanaway,
Don Lucas, Dale Smith, Richard Swallows, Stanley Wil-
liams, Billy Sandlin.
Sixth row: Kenneth Tyson, Donald Franiek QMgr.l,
Dick Hamilton, Joe Harris, Max Roybal Jr., Joe YVilson,
Ralph Solether, Bill Tucker, Ilenry Apodaea, Eddy Mur-
phy, Calvin Landis, Richard Lampson, Bill Fox.
Fred Leyba pulls ahead to win the 100 yard dash in the 1952 Sam Short expertly displays the form and
strength required for discus throwing.
Jim Tuttle leads away from Allan Fogell and Jimmy Hamlin QHHSJ as he races over the hurdles.
With a heavy spring schedule, the AHS thinclads got the season
under way with regular and hard conditioning drills. After the Bulldog
seniors won the intra-class meet, the tracksters lost to Highland, but
shattered records, copped 3 relay crowns, and several individual cham-
pionships in the Albuquerque Relays. Falling behind again in the an-
nual intra-city track meet, the Bulldogs entered the Ft. Sumner carni-
val as defending champions of the Fox Relays. Repeating the win, the
squad piled up points for bop honors in the Clovis Invitational Melet.
The Canine thinsters track and field hopes are high for the District and
March 10-14, Class Track Meet
March 22, HHS-AHS Dual Meet
April 5, Albu. Relays-All City Meet
April 26 District Track Meet
May 2-3 State Track Meet
Velma Corley does a long leap in the Pat Evans shows his ability in high jumping as he eases over
broad Jump event. the five foot, nine inch mark.
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First row, left to right: James Wilkins, Rufus Phelps, Jim-
my Hay, Mike Saul, Merrel Rogers, Robert Wold, Bill Easley,
John Mellott, Gene Hargrove.
Second row: Bob Fink, Dave Doyle, Verle Swinney, Phil
Casias, Ernie Romero, Jack Brown, Dave Otero, Richard Hip-
sky, Jim Elizando, Raymond Sedillo, Don Miller, Louis Neal.
Third row: John McCandless, Thestal Findley, Steve Mar-
lowe, Jack LeMaster, Fred Frazier, Bob Thomas, Tom Curley,
Coach Rushing, Tom Isaacson, Richard Trott, Jimmy Harris,
Fred Chavez, Don McCarty, Eddie Akers, Andy Gonzales, Joe
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Upper right: Tom Cu1'1ey stretches for a high one.
Coach Jack Rushing
The "Canine Nine" of Albuquerque High School Went into
the 1952 baseball season assured of a higher standing than was
achieved last year. The team, under the expert guidance of
Coach Jack Rushing, who piloted a squad through Legion
Tourney play to a second place slot, iis picked for a top posi-
tion in the state this year.
Jack Brown cracks a toothpaste smile for the photographer as
he crosses home plate against O.L.O.S.
Racing the ball, Bob Thomas makes for home plate to score
Taking' part in the pentathelon squad were, pictured
left to right: Walter Myers, Pantaleon Tafoya, Ray
Dunaway, Cordell Puckett, Arthur Lewis, Mahlon Love
and Bruce MacLaughlin. Showing outstanding ability,
endurance and physical strength, the boys competed in
After a three week period of competition the Bulldog
linksmen entered the Albuquerque "ladder" tourna-
ment. With a total of 1716, compared to the University
Frosh 14, and Highland l3'fQ in a triangular Nassau
links match, the team got off to a good start for the
season with position atop the prep links ladder. Play-
ing against Artesia, New Mexico Military Institute, and
five major events: push ups, chin ups, bar vault, jump
reach and the 300 yard shuttle run. They deserve much
praise for their grand ability in track competition. An
Albuquerque High Student, Eddie Murphy, holds the
state championship title in pentathelon activities.
Highland, the Canines led the way in two of the matches
and are aiming for more victories in the meets yet
scheduled. Shown in the bottom picture, left, is Bob
Matteucci tceing' off. Members of the golf team, bot-
tom, right, are: Le Roy Wheeler, Coach Valdez, Doug-
las Balcomb, Bob Matteucci, Herman Kraul and Rich-
Pictured above are four lettermen of last year's
swimming team. Left to right, they are: Jimmie Ste-
vens, Walter Myers, Mahlon Love and Gordon Modrall.
These boys will form the nucleus around which the 1952
The Bulldog Tennis team opened their season against
the University of New Mexico's reserve team. Splitting
victories, the AHS netters won three matches. The cross-
town rivalry was revived as the Canines traded shots
with the Highland Hornets and smashed to a 14 to 1
victory over the Hive. Winning over Las Vegas, Artesia,
New Mexico Military Institute and Santa Fe, with more
games scheduled, the Bulldogs racked up scores for a
very successful season.
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team will be built. Coach Valdez has received an excel-
lent turnout for the team and he feels optimistic about
the swimming team's future once things are underway.
Shown below, left, are the members of the 1952
tennis squad. Front row, left to right: John Simmons,
Chuck Vidal, Larry Kohl, Don Smiley, Bruce McClin-
tock, Celso Pacheco. Back row: David Peterson, Dan
Lewis, Richard Vigil, Norman Maisel, Lewis Sisneros,
Tony Ball, Robert Sanchez, Jack Bobroff, Jimmy Major.
At right, with a pleasant smile as he dreams of fu-
ture victories, is Coach Tony Valdez, who directs the
athletic activities of the boys shown on this page.
Shown above are: Back row, left to right: Dale Le Zichert, Eugene Holly, Erwin Betts. Front row: Nor-
Master, Ronald Cervantes, Bobby Abbott, Robert Des man Muggleston, Dick Murphy, Ray Wheeler, Leon
Jardin, Bob Myers, Bruce Briner, Mahlon Love, Freddie Wheeler, Ray Dunaway.
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9 St. Mary's
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'7 St. Mary's
In completing its third year at AHS, ice hockey became more
popular than ever before. About thirty boys turned out for the
team. By a process of elimination the number was cut to seventeen.
The team was coached by George Foehr who expects good results
next year because the whole first line will be returning lettermen.
Th Bulldogs had a fair season ending up second in the loop with
four defeats and three wins.
Ervin Betts carries the puck down the ice.
Some of the girls in a regular Wednesday swim-
ming class are shown above. They are: Loretta Fuka-
zawa, Janet King, Rose Nichols, J-ackie Hewitt and Eva
The girls at Albuquerque High School are offered
an extensive program of athletics. This program con-
sists of everything from dancing to field hockey. Dur-
ing the winter the girls participate in indoor sports such
as tumbling, volley ball, folk and square dancing, mod-
ern dancing, ping pong, basketball, badminton, shuffle-
Basketball and volleyball are two very popular girls'
sports at AHS. Trying for a basket is Bettie Tapia and
number three is Carmen Chavez. Getting ready to bat
board and tennis. Swimming is taught 'every Wednes-
day at the Y.M.C.A. This course in swimming not only
instructs beginners but the intermediate and advanced
students in swimming and lifesaving practices as estab-
lished by the American Red Cross.
the volley ball is Mary Lou Chavez. The girl next
to her is Rosalie Stevens.
Above is shown the seventh period physical educa-
tion class. At bat is Natalie Laredo, catching is Gloria
Esquival, pitching is Flora Gonzales, first baseman is
Lillian Saavedra, second baseman is Diana Coloff, short
stop is Euphemia Contreras, and third baseman is Vonda
Swimming' is not required of those who do not wish
to attendg it is supplemented by a health class. This
health class instructs the students not only in the prob-
lems of everyday health and the development of good
health practices and hlabits, but also in the more serious
methods of rescue and lifesaving.
These sports, not unlike boys' athletics, undergo
No not eupids, just the sixth period class of arch-
ery at AHS. Standing ready to fire are, left to right:
seasonal changes and are replaced when warmer weath-
er arrives by such sports as archery, soccer, field hock-
ey and softball. In addition to the regular classes, the
girls themselves have organized an intramural program
under the instruction of Virginia Sacks, Eva Nobbs and
Ann Ca1'tman, Betty Mora, Rosalie Pacheco, Mary Lou
Moya, Tercila Delfin and Bertha Jaramillo.
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Thoughts of school seem
to dvprvss Troy liawsong but
Phyllis Hopkins, Irons- San-
vhoz, and Jam' Upchurch are
Off to a good start, anyway, are those studious
tcucci, lloyt Minatre, and Joe Padilla.
Our new cheerleaders, Clara Loc Miller, Nancy Vann, Jane
FL-nloy, Shirlvy Archibcck, and Trcsa Lanham in the first pep
rally. "Have you got that spirit!"
.Ivan Daily asks Donn Linlmcrg how ho likes his Senior sched-
ulo, while Betty Ballard and Bobby Campbell seem quite happy
with their own.
pupils: Jerry Morgan, Gordon Modrall, Bobby Mat-
Before every football game, you will find an
ndustrious group of Pepper Club girls giving
the goalposts a new suit for one night. The girls -fi-l
at work here are: Pat Dougherty, Helen Rogers,
Libby Dean Patton, Marlene Ford, Jo Ann Wil-
son, and Lucille Castillo.
Oh! To be a baton! These
attractive young ladies, Ca-
rol Jones, Mary Kay Hicks,
Ioyce Campbell, and fkneel-
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A time for chatter, food and relaxation for Russell Brown,
Agnes Tapia, Joe Dominguez, Rachel Macs, Ida Candelaria, Lu-
cille Gutierrez, and George QJoej Chavez, is the half hour lunch
period. 1 -lay
Beautiful Music . . . the sound of the victory bcll being rung
by Donn Linberg while Buster Quist waits his tu1'n. Viewers of
this happy sight are Betsy Archibeque, Iva Green, Ginger Gutier-
rez, and Diane Case.
ing? Joan Tivknor arc Albu-
querque High's high step-
Anytinlo, nioining, noon, or aftc-r vchool,
yon'll find a vrowd in the patio.
With a new coat of paint thc Bulldog, so
nm-W last yn-ar, is now a familiar .sight to all
Panclvmoniuni rvigncml after the annual
AHS-HHS Thanksgiving Day gamv, as the
Highland goal posts are stripped of their
festive llrc-ss hy onthusiastic Bulldog root-
Not late riser.: but Pcppc-r Club initiates
arc those pajamocl girls. Gctting thc' full
trcatmc-nt are Carole Wilson, Mary Kay
Hicks, Arlean Montoya, Thervsa Pena,
Carolyn Montoya, and lrcnc Bac-hicha.
A Why" A Club menilmer dodges
the camera at the Pepper Cluh Christ-
ls it worth it? These newly initiat-
ed A Club meinln-rs seein to think so.
They go from regular high srhool
dress to bald hi-ads and sweat suits
in older to win the-ir letter.
Roland Gutierrez presents Band and Or-
chestra Sweetheart, Irene Sanchez, with her
corsage as Mona Christensen and Beverly
Smith watch happily.
Minus the finery that was in evidence that
night, these Pepper Club girls worked hard to
fi, get the Christmas tree ready for the dance.
"Waiting for the Bulldogs" a capa-
city crowd stands to greet the basket-
ball squad with cheers before the Santa
"At ease"-the order of the night.
The Military Ball with all the trim-
mings. Just look at the suits on those
The vivacious cheerleaders lead the
school in a spirited pep rally before the
Albuquerque High-Highland High bas-
Delores Sanchez and Mary Ann Hunt
do their interpretation of "Bermuda"
in the Sophomore Talent Assembly.
The finale of Gilbert and Sullivan
operetta, "Yeoman of th,e Guard," is
pictured at the right. lt was a fine dis-
play of AHS talent under the direction
of Miss Virginia McManus.
A tense moment in Student Council
as the group discusses the problem of
The Senior Showboat of talent
presented Fred Leyba singing
"Tell Me Why."
Not enough lireakfast? Too
long until lunch? Need a late af-
ternoon snack? These are just a
few of the reasons why students
like Bennie Porter visit Mrs. Bak-
er at the Snack Bar.
Jimmy Hunton and Carol Kutnewsky
wait impatiently to be on the way to the
e"David, you're taller than I thought,"
says Ernestine Patino as she measures Dav-
id Faw for his cap and gown.
Members of the Senior play cast stop
their practice to pose for a cast picture.
They are, first row: Eugene Holly, Bob
Hook, Don Smith. Second row: Dick Bryan,
Douglas Balcomb, Glen Haste, Don Ciesiel-
ski. Third row: Pat Pierson, Fritz Reiter,
Bobby Henry, Lou Delle Fidel, Tom Mar-
tin, Betsy Buckner.
Lou Delle Fidel, Peggy Abernathy and
Bob Hook display various expressions as
the bus for Las Vegas pulls out.
Senior Week and nothing to do, so
these seniors' Gloria G '
.. arcla, Eugene
Holly, Ginger Gutierrez, David Faw, La
Verne Baum, and Tillie Maciel meet in
th t' X ' '
e pa io to cxchange calling cards and
An exciting moment in the Intra-
Class track meet for the spectators as
an important event begins.
Jeanne Justus presents Dale Macke w'th h'
y 1 is La Reata as
the staff members receive their annuals early.
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" was a favorite d1'amatic
event of May. The cast, first row, seated left to right: Dolly
Archuleta, Rosie Olivas, Lee Seligman, Libby Dean Paton,
Second row: E , vcs, Sylvia Pa-
tino, Ruth Zimmerman.
Third row: James Meissen, Jimmy Hunton, Terry Fair-
child, Jackie Barnes Juniol Walk ' '
, ' e1, Celina Sanchez and Nor-
ris Deskin enjoyed the presentation as much as the
verett Breeden Fred Ree
This Yecir's Customs
So new just two years ago, the Bull-
klaces worn here by Patsy Pies,
Peggy Wilkinson and Carol Bambrook
are becoming as common to the girls as
are the boys' green ,and white letter
Seeing double? No, going steady. Barbara Hook and Bill
Henry display matching shirts as signs of their affection.
Jane Fenley, head cheerleader, brings the season to an ap-
propriate end by returning the cheerleaders' megaphones to Mr.
ter, these Confederate hats help-
Very popular during the win
ed the "A" Club initiates stay warm.
This year's queen, Nelia Owen, shown at left, is one t 1
of the loveliest the 'school h . - A
em ants, who were flanked by membera .il the Drill
,.. as ever had. Lucille Gutler- Squad.
nz, above left, and Celina Sanchez, above right, were B 1 I, h H R 1 h 1 h i . 1 ft
the students' choices to be Her Majesty's Attendants. le OW Ug.t' oy? ty' t e.Queen am el Cfjult' e
Below left: Part of the impressive ceremony of Bull- 10 Plghtf Chl'lS Ma1'f1Y10f Celina Sanchez, Nclla OWCFI,
dog Day was the entrance of Queen Nelia and her at- Paul Lambert, Lucille Gutierrez, and Johnny Apodaca.
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'tThem Pearly Gates", the first prize float of Moneta Prophecy of things to come, the Victory
Johnson's homeroom, were opened wide after the game to Bell, ringing for the Bulldogs on Mr.
receive the defeated Cougars. Miller-'s second prize float.
Bulldog Day at AHS this year was filled with the Some sixty floats entered the parade, and competed for
usual spirit of something to do other than attend re the four top prizes.
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ular classes. In the afternoon, the annual eoronation and presen-
Between the parking lots at Bruns and on Broad tation of autographed foothalls to the gracious queen
way, there seurried numerous hard working students and her attendants was made in a giant assembly held
in an endeavor to complete their homeroom floats. in the gym. This year's queen, Nelia Owen, and her
"The Deeline and Fall" of the Cougar Y ,
Empirev was p,.0dic.n.d bv Mr- Wvstvg "Here Comes the Paradel' Below are some of the sixty
third prize float. entrants in the parade.
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Early in the morning scenes such as this Fred Leyba serenaded the Queen after the Coronation with
were common as the students prepared ooh you Beautiful Donn.
their floats for the parade. l
two attendants, Lucille Gutierrez and Celina Sanchez, of the game as a toss-up between the age-old rivals.
reigned with the usual grace and charm bestowed upon The thrilling game was climaxed when Donn Linberg
them by the student body. intercepted a Saint Mary pass which would have scored
The traditional Bulldog Day game was also this the tying touchdown. Another touchdown in the last
year's bout with Saint Mary's of Albuquerque. Sports- forty-eight seconds of the game gave AHS the winning
writers throughout the city had predicted the outcome touchdown with a final score of 26-20.
Nelia and her escort, Harry Owen, leave
the field after the half-time ceremony
smiles of anticipated victory. at the game that night.
Leading the Bulldog Day Parade the AHS cheerleaders wore
Our chccrlearlerst poppy and full of school spirit, Shirley Archilmeck, Trcsa Lanham and our mascot, Paul-
werc very familiar sights at all thc sports events this ine Archibeck go the thanks of the entim, Student body.
year. To Cflara Lcc Miller, Nancy Vann, Jane Fenley,
The high-stepping majoruttes were also favorites football game. Joyce Campbell, Mary Kay Hicks, Carol
with everyone in the school. Their excellent exhibitions Jones, and head majorette Joanne Ticknor are certainly
of baton twirling was the pleasant interlude at many a to be remembered with pleasure.
First row, left to right: M. Castillo, G. Sandoval, N.
Minces, J. Cornell, J. Stonebreaker, C. Gonzales, D. Gon-
zales, A. Tapia, M. Keithley, T. Castillo, J. Clevenger, T
Maciel, R. Martinez, D. Sanchez, B. Lujan, S. Neilson,
B. Smith, S. Crook.
Second row: R. Perea, M. Sandoval, D. Sanchez, I
Wedemeyer, E. Lanigan, J. Barnes, L. Castillo, M. Long,
J. McKinnon, L. Epperson, M. McMullen, J. Brito, N
Hovey, M. Silva, F. Garcia, M. Hunt, S. Martin, D. San-
chez, B. Christopher, E. Walker.
Third row: L. Fidel, G. Stromberg, D. Padilla, G
Members of the Honor Guard, left to
Perea, S. Montano, M. Adams, R. Wright, A. Garcia, V.
Shaffer, G. Hanawald, B. Wader, H. Rogers, S. Baylor,
G. Miller, N. Stuben, F. Gallegos, C. McConahy, M. God-
frey, R. Lewinson, D. Armstrong, M. Weaver.
Standing: Mrs. Sacks, M. Sammons, M. Romero, R.
Castillo, M. Lowance, C. Pacey, D. Moraga, M. Moya,
J. Chavez, N. Fock, A. Woodburn, M. Martinez, A. Cha-
vez, C. Woody, E. Sanchez, B. Scheer, V. Lahr, G.
Gutierrez, A. Mares, R. Kelley, G. Crowe, M. Ford, A.
Frangos, M. Garcia, M. Chavez, B. Holly, N. Kanzel-
meyer, N. Gray, R. Corey, B. Aragon, L. Horton, E.
right, below, are: Louise Hentz, Stuart Members of the Color Guard are: Bob Hook, Earlene Butler,
Scott and Harriette Reynolds. Patsy Bone, Bobby Taylor and Bert Terrazas.
On Friday, April 18, Albuquerque High's long-
awaited Pioneer Day got off to a good start with every-
one working hard to get their booths finished.
The first event of the day was the costume judg-
ing. Judges had a hard time trying to pick winners
in the various divisions.
During and after the judging, students patronized
such booths as "Hefferan's Hornet Hive", "Next to the
Last Chance", and "Sling a Slug."
For students with tired feet, because of the unac-
customed boots, there were three assemblies which pro-
vided plenty of laughs and entertainment as the faculty
went all out to provide a good time for all.
In the library, "Desperate
Deed", Dramateens' Pioneer Day
thetic audience to boo the villain
with great fervor.
A band concert in the patio
Hopewell Field, presented by the Silver Saddles Club,
were the events of the afternoon.
A dance that night in the cafeteria with music pro-
vided by the Albuquerque Wranglers brought the day
to an appropriate end.
play, caused a sympa-
and cheer the heroine
and a Horse Show at
Best whiskers: Charles O'Bannon.
Best dressed cowboy: Charles Barboa.
Best dressed cowgirl: Gladys Johnson.
Best Colonial costume: Sostenes Parga.
Best outfitted prospector: Richard Bryan.
Most unusual costume Qboy and girlbz Dale Mackey, Harriette Reynolds.
Most authentic Indian costume tboy and girljz Dick Wilson, Bernice Daley.
Most authentic Spanish costume Cboy and girljz Stuart Scott, Connie Chavez.
Best costumed couple: David Faw and Betty Mills.
Booth Winners: Harrington, game 5 McDevitt, food.
Best Talent in Assemblies: Albert Sanchez, accordian band, Libby Dean Patton.
Joan Cook puts her pony through his
paces in the obstacle races at the Horse Show.
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Shep's Shady Shanty" provides a few minutes en-
tertainment for Betty Smith and Stella Neilson as Lee
Kolb looks on.
Dr. Harrington renders a few tears Last year's Silver Saddles' Queen, Phyllis Samis, and
during a hilarious rendition of "Little Mr. Ream offer Nancy Des Jardin their congratulations as
Nell" at the assembly.
Paul Lambert announces the prizes in the judging of the
most unusual costume for boys contest.
she receives the Queen's trophy for this year.
Just an old-time couple are David
Faw and Betty Mills, the best dressed
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Milifary Ball Queen
MEMORIES . . . of +l1e Bulldog Queen elec'I'ions . . . of
'H-ne wonderful music provided af 'Phe Chrisrmas Canl'a'I'a . . .
of all +l1e dances, formal and informal . . . and of+l1e crown-
ing of 'Phe various queens, like Charlene Ronning, Queen
of +he Mili+ary Ball.
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A Capella 1 84 La Reata 1-1 111 90,
Administration 1, 6 Latin Club 11
Archaeology Club 100 Librarians 1.1
Attendance Office 1 1 9 Main Office .,,., 111 1
Audio-Visual Aids 1 10 Military Science 11 ..... --- 96,
Band -1 1 ,,,,--. 111 82 Modern Dance 111 1
Baseball 1 1 .... 122, 123 Nurse 11 .... 11
Basketball ...... 1..1 ...1 115, 118 ONCO Club ---
Board of Education 111 1 6 Operetta 11
Bookroom .....,, 1 10 Orchestra ...----- ...-.
Boys' Glee Club 11 111 85 Outdoor Club 1-1.1-1 ---- -
Bulldog Day ....c,.,..11 ,... 1 40 143 Pepper Club -- ---
Cafeteria Administration 1 11 Pioneer Day s1., .... 1 46
Cantata 1.1 ........1,,- 84 Principals ,,A,s,, .,w.
Cheerleaders 11 .111 1 1 ,ess 144 projector Club ld
Clubs ....-- .-.-1 .... 9 9 106 Record -----,H-- 1 1
Color Guard -- 145 Rollicking Rollers 1. 111
Cuswdians -- 11 School Life 1 ..., -,.. 1 30
Counselors ----- --1 8 Senior Class 11 1
Dramateens Club 111 102 Shgps ,AlY1,,, 111 93
Drill Squad ---A V 145 Silver Saddles 11 1
Falflllfy --M 12 Sophomore Class 11 11111
FFA Club --- --- 101 Student Affairs Committee 111
Football 111 1 111108, 114 Student Aides 1 1, , 111 1
FTA Club ---- ----- --- 101 Student Council 11 111 80
Girls' Bowling Club 11 100 Swimming ,,,,,, 1
Girls' Chorus 1111 111 85 Tennis Club 11
Girls' Sports 1111 111127, 128 Tennis 1111 111
Golf 1- --11 1 124 Track 11111111 1 1111 120
Hockey 111 126 Traffic Squad 111 1
Junior Class 11 54 Tri-Hi-Y 1111 1
Junior Play 111 1 98 Wrestling 11
KANW 1111 11- 10, ss Yucca 111 "
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