El Paso High School - Spur Yearbook (El Paso, TX)

 - Class of 1952

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I 5 Q:-X f fiilggf r 29? ms Q foggy ,, 95235 , E ' iz: li s.- Qfiljigyi 3 ,2 2 ,i :fi ,ti1'QF-Eefw, W ' 225 5252353 Q51 t,iyW,szi,1g.0t I N M E M O RI A M Robert Randolph lones, Scholar and Gentleman. Though dead, he yet lives in the memories of his many friends. He brought to his school work a rich background of culture and wisdom. He had a superb inspirational quality which was felt by all who came under his influence. To the students of El Paso High School he gave a broad vision and a sound philosophy of life, Gur stadium, which bears his name, will be a constant reminder of our former principal, R. R. lanes. 6 0.2 e cannot be still. We en close our eyes and grasp the twinkling .1 -2 ' Q 3 ' T fd 2,4 JP-vi ff 'C' J' 'pgs' 54" ' r high jumping yell leaders showed us their new ies and yells in the first pep assembly ot the Registration time again-with a new principal to aid us on the way. We don't blame him for looking puzzled at the hastily written card. The inauguration of the fall officers was another sign of a new term. Through the efforts of these of- ficers, many of the activities found in this section were put on. The old hrooms came out of the garage to splash on the lime. 8 With the aid of the fire depart ment and our student body, the I on the mountain shined like new after the first Saturday of the school year. SEPTEMBEI t v f Q 1, ' we A v . . 5 E, 5 X 'i Q .ii ' ' .1 I r A 13? Q ig! A Q ff 1 " X ,J f N 8 F K Qi W4? ix' x. xii' 5' g W 5 kv f' " ' ff' ,f as - ff f N J'-9 .' Y ii s 3 X . 4 .Q Q,, .2 4, Walk. my . -as 'S lyk! sf- S E VY'- 'FEQE .' 4 ,f a- , .Y Q ...Q , , .wiv 33259 1 h ,sg M ,QF l wr 45: Aw 5151 iw? 53, 4 sxggff Q K J ' gp Zig, Q 554513 52' '55 I. fs. P5 ff gif 1, El if :h w N! . W :f-:. 1:2 wr ,, Nw,A Q Wfvmwswg, - "' " -1. P' -'YGCIQ",qnd fill - all th sedeci WHT' Yells, bands honds QD up. P I O our fourth -numbers, and GD assembly , Dosm De-nod Speech Time W 9 schools to Sh classesi, it W es, When we H as OW their f l G5 Ho time DCIS- f aces, or the Op- FOOTBALL GAMES . and all the activities that go with that popular sport. Probably the most an- ticipated event of the season was the coronation of the football court. Those exciting pep assemblies brought our spirits up to a high point for the games, es held after the games gave us a chance to cel- and the well planned danc ebrate our many victories. Through the cooperation of large numbers of the duced "Card Tricks" to El Paso. This stunt was praised in the paper and by the people of El Paso, but we felt it only reflected the high spirit and pride that prevailed at E.P.H,S. student body, we intro tk. -,V . The Card Tricks showed our ability to co-operate. The only disappointment was that the ones who did the work couldn't see the tricks. Maybe they can finally see how the tricks looked with this picture. How did this get in here? The Sextette doesn't play football. Actually, there were other activities during this month. The Sextette was second place win- ner in the Student Council Variety Show. N-Citi . .,., .,... .. W., N354 FT? 5,f--: -Q?:, - .zmilr Q4 Mp, :.-.g',i52- W 5' "WM , x 'Qsgsffi it fy:fvm,e-1: . ?3?35 3g5Q'g: fi 74 515-Ml ,, :wif 'SM "f HQ 2 ,Q m mfw vgjgiwsgizi sg, - , W W ' fix X ' 4 xgix 'ef S K, MI 5.5 .... .fvax-f,fiM.v ' ' P-:Ms -' 15,4 M xp k fm, , Q 'fg,gf,.Q F ' ii Q, Q1 5 w M. a ,L 559 sm 5, S ' 1 X, W v QA? At W W . lie? 3 V I 3 QQ A wk wf Hi 2 W 'Q S 5 1 xi fm ,Z R X XF 3 811 wa 1 4 W Q W ,awk as L if Q' Q F QW Q SQ A is Q , - . , K My f,-5,1 V, , "K 5 ,fx 5 , " ' '? '1" 41- 5 I L2 i ug v Y W my ' if Q! 4 1 3' E w Mfiwf '21 , bf S 1 '- H:-, usg., "-' : 5.10,-f 1 A A 15 - 1, lg YS if . W' RAM ww- fl risfnn' wf- . 7: . 1 ry H 2 fy .. J , gifs fly 5 . g V '75 V , f w, v 'L ,.,,,,,.:, 'M L P 'fm 'f i j 2 W, AA,A , I 1 if ggi, Ji A ::- u 'Z V-r ,Q bw X i 2 Mfg sf. ffm L ff L J .f V A Q ag, Q M Mm H .'-v - w """"4l-ng-x hh va-4, 5 5? Chrtstmds greettngs lrotn other schools come to us ln the lorm ol uttrcrcttve posters Our ort department ltkewtse mode posters lor the other schools oround El Paso For just one thin dlme one could attend the greatest show on eorth WJ Yes, the annual Senror l-'ollresxldtsrloys the extroordmory tolent ol the groduotmg class. The chnrmmq sextette shown here song thetr woy rtght tnto our heorts x lzilw ble 'ff' 'Saws 5 XYTQQXXXNQS A ffl f. A fr K- -mtl ft lot DECEMBER SPELLED OUT One of the best student council olltce cdmpotgns ln the hlstory ol El Paso High was woged'in December, A large group ol condtdotes ltlled the hcllls wtlh colorful posters durxng cumpdtgn week. Dodgers ltttered the halls, and one recogntzed the candidates by the hoggord looks on their laces December also found our wonderful bond givtng us o concert. The mustc and directton were ex:ellent, showtng mcmy hours ol hclrd work Mm ' 'V ' - ,,"wPY'a2xaM2ez112zws A QS, , J Q xv 1. 5. L w 6' Q V 1 Q x v' .. 1 7, I' ,, p Rita Salazar's lovely voice enter- tamed us in the lunior assembly also 1 4 1 I r I 1 1. in Regislratxon brmgs out the worst m all ol us "Sacril1ce all the courtesres of llle to get the classes before they are closed," IS prac- lrcally everyones molto "Lets take an old-lashmoned walk . . . " Two ol El Paso High's sing' mg groups, the G1rl's Sexlelle and the Boy's Quartetle, teamed up for a fine act durmg the Iunior assembly. IANUARY began a new term . . We wlll always remember that ever ready haven, the nurse's ollice. To comfort our mmds as well as our 1s constantly ready. n bodres, Mrs. Loper 3' v. .K 2 fiffxia WN ,, L it ' we 1 I , my Q Q M4 A L W f':?31.w ez A Q A 1 i ff 5 I ' A Ap ,SQ E -2 gi 5,23 figs xi! -av. 5 ft! sf. 5 gf' rf' K -- .-if-aiu I 3 .. fr - A .t fs Q55-.4 RX , f N. k www my Q :wk " . 4 uv K , . if .f Y F' Q 'Q wai l-1 5 vs 9 was f 3 X gg .. . gg if f Q 5 4 ig QQ S ' 1 El 5 Q 3255 , A , K A f -t mary, F . .., Q -Y' W N5 is 1, 4-"' im 'Q QW x-,651 5 W ' k 3 Q S9 S NSS! Q fa 2' 5. sm 2 N elf L X - A n Q 'EL Q 4. Q5 15 1 ,M , Vtwiikvx, ...nmvixkw R A SX , Q ff 'M K 1' 'WN' g. .,.".. 5 " ., ,.,., " 'xf" "' I WY K wgz, 'K -M 4? gl 5 . Q , q ,Aw AQX 1 vvv' wi SV W A 1 Ls G1 Wi 1 Wlivw F5 , ' Q Q ,W E , ? Wm li fy N T 2 4 ST E 5 2 XQ, EE Q gg fn Q iw? 4- ' wwe M Wm Sk. wi? ,S , 5 Q55 E23 seg i- E if 2 , Q Y F 'Q qw, fbi. "4-E5 ,V 5 32 1, iw 1 i f it A ' - Q ,wk if f Q. J 142554 J If , WK SGW I Wm 3 X V in W N S 5 gg ,M ' 'W V .X . , N MM, f .- X "I+ ' .QA .. f , new W fa M figs, - K Q14 mmwfi. YN ggfiiif yfffmmff wmwwwig WR To raise money to send the tenms team to Odessa yO o sow X owe :ffl O00 XO wcO 5 e xgfxl GGY' ' e . -OVOQ1 X ln xvlll 0 '56 are O zito? lol 0906 xv V Y N KS' 00 hole Cvefvlol XXOXXS 5 Yxiixx W xx X003 xx? 'rx eall the Faculty-rpnlayed the students in a rousmq base- ball game. he faculty won 10-4 A panel on stage talked over some ol the problems MARCH WAS THE MQNTH QF The Old Hat Booth lurmshed a "topper" to the at- tlre of Messrs. Hardy, Saunders, and Mobley wa! I ,. 4' x ff I Ft ,f .'3z5i5W A 1' ' gg? 'Q F If K WK-QMM1 we X sm if Q f E fufvlx- 4 . ". 'i ,gif K ,f if 'fir Nik? by 'J if mn, -mum? f as . 6 - . , ....... ,- . 41 V I - my N HHN Q Vw v U jx? P R ,. - i .5 'FX igiwhgji' ' " X' , t Q' J 9' v H 'x . , .. Q W .Q Q ,W K V: V 'L swf' E' 'Pig' fgj v ':': W ,, I ywmw ,,., ,,, ." , . ,, ,,, , , ggn . . - . . :,: gg f' -f m. H g- - - ffkiiiffi- re- 251: ., " ' b if S V 5w'gESrw I .1 4, N-1 x fs , . 2' iw V ' f ' 9 2 J, k . ' ga . , V 'A 1.4 l ix 4 I Q Q, 3 . w Q V ,Q gf ax Q Q Q fs W Y 152 4, X, ,. fr 'S 5 1 5 f E i' V Q .X 'W -niung-as bg mwmsswm , ,S Q f v' 4 . sf f 434 Ax! Y' A ah. -I 1 R, ff, A ff! XJ 0433352 ,f 45 Wg? 5 at k Q: 4 A ag 2,53 - 'Q 7'- a , 1 H , AAN? aff? mf E' ,rdf at an ,, I, A STUDENT COUNCIL One light is weak mid darkness. Add a thousand thoughtful lights and darkness is dispelled. -Photo by Harris and Ewing CHARLES "CI'HCO" WOODUL President, Fall 1951 24 MARY HELEN YIP Secretary, Fall 1951 VIRGINIA GILLETT Vice-President, Fall 1951 C O U N C I L M E N A T L ' A R G E mamma-2:1-Z Za-wQ0PU'U l"I."b1"'1 F A L L BILL CULVER MARIA TERESA GUEREQUE FRANCES HOGGE MARK HOWELL 26 ' RWM X" 4 YELL LEADERS 1951-1952 PABLO LUCKETT IAMES GAYLEAN nr--'Hy of cbs! BOB BROWN -1? Oc 16' fgllfp o--'J BOB BOON Awww ? SHAW spa Q . fx W Q 12 ,jf A Q, wif' A IIMMY ROGERS, President Spring 1952 29 ' ' IANICE BERNARD Secretary, Spring 1952 1' M LL ax K U A, K,- QQ HUMBO DHL Vice President prin f"A'T:.e 5 " K , J, 1 , I ,, M MW n ,if ' t , is fix Mrffyfk M pf Mf'Jf"" We xii 1 egkiffp f m O m w E E O I b m r m m I m w m m m m 3PwQOmw WTNOPZFZ Q2Hmwm f QPU? Q .fl N1 ,, R, ALAN COHN SANDRA.SCOTTEN WJ AX f. 1 , 2m3rHnzcOo Hb WQwhw QZHmwm 1 1 1.- EJ ky ,K 'gg' 3 'X 5 ? fSf gg I 1 I 4' I " N M 4 A:,::: A N R, , ,f 1'?qk A 4 ,,4"",d fm. 5 ' 2 6 qfmmff , .,-f , ., J., M 35 A R, " ,4 N- fi K if ,V ii ii E J4 WT" I 3 V F 2 , 2- 5,1 Aylrgw s ig Q! 'E ORGANIZATIONS ' Light must not be the absence of night-darkness W rather mass and action. .I if 'tk- if J f' 4' t 7 my a I I ltt""f a .if 0 APA ' iy,3eff,."' ffl! Q s 0' tl '51 -if f 14 53 vp' 'ff V ff. f 1 KALEVALA This organization is composed of students who show a special ability in creative writing. The name itself explains the function of the club lor Kalevala was the title of a collection of old Norse legends and other writings, Membership is limited to pupils from junior and senior classifications. Applicants submit themes which are judged by teachers in the English department on the basis of clarity, unity and originality. Also, those desiring entrance into the club should be outstanding in all phases of English. The club roster is kept to twenty members per semester. Row 12 Shirle Lee, Iirnm Flogers, Iudy Goggin, Shirleen Sharpley, Bill Cul- ver, lilartha Ray lrlance, Humboldt Mandell, Camilla Landavazo Row Z: Molly Kopilowitz, Brooke DeWitt, Catherine Rogowski Marcella 'Bout- well, Frank Clayton, Cynthia Garbrecht, Damon Garbern. OFFICERS ' ' Catherine Rogowski, Marcella Boutwell, Humboldt Mandell Row 3: Bill Clavton, Miss Isaacks, Maurice Bryson. and Miss Isaacks, Sponsor. Bill Culver pounds out a masterpiece while Cath- erine Rogowski waits to see it. vf11'QQT'!3' fyfg, , 1, ,Lt 1 fcfl , Miss Isaacks corrects a theme written by Marybeth Deyoe, as Damon Garbern waits his turn. , K Row Row Row wxgmm gh W' ,. .,,,., .2.. , Q X mmsw' EE. 33555 42 x. , W EQ??Affi gf: W I gy A Q' M W A , U W yi ?f5f3gq?,fisM Q FA 5 wif? ,, :. ., , SX- M X iz G kggbw E 2 2 fx 'R .:"' ,.,. J N ,K 3 1- Q' in f X 4 as mfs 23' ' ffx 4' 3' ff W 0' L S .ZZI - 1 nf I .6--f N 4 , .,.: w A A W V , 'ff A an -A 5 . n , fy wi 0 THE OLYMPIAN COUNCIL The Olympian Council, a club open to all Lation students, was newly organized in the Fall of 1951. The members of this club are divided into, two groups, the Mortals and Immortals, each group giving a program once per month. The purpose of the Olympian Council is to learn more about Roman customs, especially their custom of religion. The officers are named after gods and goddesses, President, lunog Vice President, lupiter, Secretary, Minerva, Treasurer, Ceresg Reporter, Diana. Row 1: Iimmie Faye Maxwell, Beth Sanders, Carol Bell, Ianice Bernard, Mary Frances Zaner. Row 2: ecily Schwartz, Mary Ann Taylor, Kathleen McElroy, Susan Anderson, Nancy Loperl Margie Crawford, Lavon Hartrick, Catherine Rogowski, Tana Horwitz, Mary Anne K'e'rr:resLy.f1N"'T Row 3: Edward Marshall. Leland Key, Victor Moore. Row 4: Ted Engel, lack Osborne, Harry Garbar, Frank Middleton, Charles Grant, Russell Harper, Harris Hatfield, Roger Livingston, Billy Rosen, lack Guthrie. Row 5: Ray Romine, John Holmes, Philip Sonnichsen, Dolph Hatfield, lohn Kemp, Mike Staun- i.ng, Tom Pritchett. - ff f, it ,Ko L ' O F F l C E R S : anc Dope lay Silva, Marian Hegstad, eci y Schwartz, and Betty McAfee. Sponsor: MISS HARPER 'I , 1 - ,,,rfj,,7WMi-W-ff' rx ff!!! Row l: Ed Sherman, Philip Seeger, Richard Montgomery, Billy Spier. L ' Strain, Louis Cortez Donald Fike, Ernest Reyes, Betty McAfee, Ernest Goeldner Mary Lou Cordero. Row 3: Katherine Taylor, Marian Hegstad, Betty Haddad, Luella ' ' ' W d ' Ann Tittmann, Ioan Runte, Cecile Feiner, an oo Vigerust, loan Murray, Nancy aum, Merle Ieanne Elliott Loucmn Causey, Alda Martina, Mary Vigerust, Estella Aldaco Row 2: Marcella Boutwell, Judy Goggin, ouise , NUMBER SENSE CLUB The Number Sense Club devotes much of its time to mental arithmetic, and its meetings are spent learning and practicing short cuts tor all kinds ot artihmetic prob- lems. The group is composed of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, who are selected to membership through competitive exams each September. Each spring those in the club who are most interested in mental arithmetic, go through an intensive training period for the Interscholastic Contest. The club is very proud that two of its members have won first place in the State Number Sense Contest. The 1951 winner was Timmy Webb, and the 1950 winner was Nancy Wilbcmks. H tick Marion Simon Betty McAfee Miriam Reisel Row 1: Philip Seeger, Lavon arr , , , Ieanine Beevers, George Bailey, Fred Grossman, Eddie Chew. Row 2: Icme Spier, Bettye Smith, Cynthia Garbrecht, Marilyn Fithian, Carol Blackwell ' ' F Gold Monte Lou Armor, Nancee Kinschertf, Yolanda Araiza, rances . Ernest Goeldner, Herbert Elerich, Ioseph Feste, David Smith, Maurice Bryson, Billy McDill, Ierry Kellen. N Sh wn: Sandra Flaiz, Charles Grant, Serena Hamilton, Bob Harris, Roger Livings- ot o ton, Shirley Moore, lack Nelson, and Nanc Woodside. Row 3: MRS. HANSEN, Sponsor O F F I C E R S : Eddie Chew, Betty McAfee, Ncmcee Kinscherif, George Bailey. mwommie Betty McAfee, Maurice Bryson, Philip Seeger, Eddie Chew, and George Bailey are practicing for the In- ter-scholastic league Contests under the supervision of Mrs. Hansen. Row l: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Flow 5: MISS COFFIN, Sponsor Ed Chew, Ed Sherman, Freddy Gross- man, Charles Grant, Nelson Fink, Philip Seeger, Carlos Castaneda, lane Spier. Mary Snobarger, Ioan Douglass, Effie Lou Graham, Lavon Hartrick, Shirley Hatfield, Iogce Schneider, Miriam Reise , Donald An erson, Cynthia Garbrecht. William Abraham, Miguel Artalejo, Al- fred Lowenbe?, Iohn Bales, Maurice Br son, Don oung, Ioseph Feste, Rus- sell Har er, Herbert Ehrlich, Miss Coffin. Ronald Calhoun, Robert Souda, loe Ar- riola, Bob Knap , Richard Montgomery, Iohn Douglass, O. Stewart, Letitia Ornelas, lim Kreimeyer. Bill Hartshorn, Iim Loper, Curtis Spier, Dick Knapp, lim Dicus. SLIDE RULE CLUB Students interested in math, seek membership into this club. As the name implies, its function is to train persons interested in the use of slide rule, There are no special requirements needed-merely an interest in learnin how to operate a slide rule. Early in the Spring term special rcrctices are gield to ready members to enter the lnterscholastic League competitions. El Paso High school has one first place winner, Morton Chonoles who won state in 1949. i 1 ,vi OFFICERS: Freddy Grossman Charles Grant, Ed Chew Fred Grossman works a problem on the six foot slide rule while Miss Coffin looks on The other students check Fred s answer on their own slide YUE raw -fff f r M . M irfwi veg, K V Q", -I Wir' t, Mi, W V - it -. 4112 Row Row Row Row Row Row mpprnifa ,Weep UDWQG Jimmy Rogers, Estella Lopez, Thelma Walden, Louise Strain. Mark Howell, Mary Helen Yip, Estella Carrera, Molly Kopilowitz. Frank Clayton, Patsy Coady, Billy Rose Lutz, Brooke DeWitt, Catherine Rogowski, Mae Chew, Shirley Rasberry, Iulieta Ortega, Marcella Boutwell, Qgtgg, Broaddus. PGCTTITIQM, Humboldt Mfmdeii, Bill Culver. Robert Souda, Tita Gillett, Bill Clayton, Iohn Salazar, Miguel Artaleio, MISS KELLY, Sponsor NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society was established by the National Asso- ciation of Secondary School Principals in Chicago in 1922 The purpose ot the organization was to create an enthusiasm tor scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development ol character in high school students. On September 9, l927, El Paso High School was granted its charter. Initiation ol new members is held each term, Candidates eligible to election in this chapter must have a scholarship average ot B or above. The membership is limited to not more than 1530 ol the high senior class, IOZQ ot the low senior class, and 535 ot the high iunior Cass. A national roster ot all chapter members is maintained in the Na- tional Otlice, Washington, DC, OFFICERS la Boutwell. dell. Row 1: Iohn Salazar, Bill Culver, Marcel- Row 2: Miguel Artalejo, Humboldt Man- .M + ,J T4 1 ' w E M qfgwfbps x iq pm? x ii w i ig if 17? sg ,ow 325: :Q S A lit, is 13,5 ffl W g? img-qi-,Q kg A. X I 5 H4 mf gi y 3? as - -. 1 ' Y K 'xx 5: , kv 5 a mr' 5 L , 5 f V5 if sir fm fj1fif gf.. wi f X Z, A . 7' 9 Q 5 Q' Q W Q 1 X ' S g x ix. gg MS, LE, X7 f if gk af i x Es. 55 .5 ii , . T? a 5 .H Nga? PROIECTCRS' CLUB This club is perhaps the most beloved oi all the clubs-at least as lar as the stu- dent bod is concerned. These boys, licensed by the Audio-Visual Department of the El Paso Bublic Schools, are ever on the job showing films, running projectors, and operating record players and other like machines. To become eligible for membership, all interested must see one of the sponsors, have a thorough knowledge oi a wide variety oi projecting machines, and have and maintain a hig C-average, Row l. Armando Najera, Ronald Rosen, Luis Rodri uez, George Isaac, Ioe Halow, Iimmy Flack, Lee Chagra, Dogph Hatfield, lim Salome, Iack Mann, Billy Carrutl-i, ool Webb, Louis Peinado, Gerry Doyle. Row Z: Henry Iurado, Luis Cortes, Johnny Haddad, Don Smith, Guy Ballou, Richard Counts, Donald Fike, Paul Davis, Bobby Scott, Aurelio de la Torre, Hector Barragan. Row 3: Worth Schermerhorn, Ishmael Gonzalez, Edward Abraham, Hector Holguin, Dan Boone, Ion Hurley, Mike Bidal, Curtis Spier, Harris Hatfield, Richard May, Richard Najera, Russell Harper, Bill McDill. Not shown: Bobbo Irvin, William Kohnle, Mitchell Esper, Fred. Souilee. OFFICERS: Dolph Hatfield. f m'aeim,2 Mike Bidal, Worth Schermerhorn GIRLS' OFFICERS: Row I Rosa Ramirez, Frankie Hadlock, Paddy Hogan, Ann Dick. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION This organization is for all students interested in improving rifle marksmanship, In' terest is stimulated by the awarding of medals to those with superior marksmanship Also, club members learn and practice correct procedures in caring for their weapons Then, too, emphasis is placed on the forming ol good sportsmanship and cooperation Row 1: McGuffy, Elaine Abbott, Marlene Waterson, Katherine Taylor, Carmen Ioy Schneider, Concha Ochotorena, Rosa Ramirez, Estella Garcia, Sandra Scotten, Phyllis Stevens, Camilla Lan- Bstt-y-Me-ne-rl-L, Vo elpohl, Ann Dick, Betty Graham, Iune acchus. Thelma Waldenhljlmmy Faye- Row 2: lc Row 3: X afatrlywe Row 2' Ioy Schneider, Elaine Abbott Row Row Row Row Row I .1 z,.,5,,,, Q, Girls' Sponsor MRS. CRANK Boys' Sponsor SGT. CARDON , IEE 5 at le A N. fl uf' ., , Lt, I s a BOYS' OFFICERS. Enrique Bustamante, Bob Boone, Frank Clayton Enrique Bustamante, Bob Boone, Frank Clayton, Bert Goodloe, Iohn Brown, Walter Case, Mark Howell, Robert Peinado, Mario Martinez, ferry Flack, Iimmy Loper, Robert Souda, Allred Lowenberg. 1"- "l'EJ's'e"H'5rnandez, Russell, Lewis, Alfredo Garcia, Bill Clay.ton, Frank Middleton, Kenneth Borden, Richard Moore, Don Stewart, Bill Hartshorn. Hector Aguilar, Ralael Bustamante, Edward Najera, Philip Alva, Iimmy Haddad, Don Flaiz, Ronald Calhoun, Dexter Pierson, Ronald McCarty Eill1Boyd, Miguel Salom, Gary Mann, Victor Moore, Luis Garcia, Richard o n e new gig gn-1-Q.. . rs, we MR GOFORTH Sponsor NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY The National Art Honor Society was founded to give recognition to those students outstanding in art. El Paso Highs Chapter has the distinction ol being the twenty-first to be accepted into the National group. For admittance applicants must submit six drawings or paintings in three or more mediums. These drawings are then judged on the basis of originality, technique, and composition. The student must also maintain a average. Row l th De oe Ruth arper Row 2 Luis Arenas Dan White Here a group of budding young artists-mem- hers of the Eighth Grade art class-practice to become future members of the National Art Hon- or Society. Not Shown: Pito Morton, Rafael Chavez, Rafael Gonzalez, Rene Gonzalez, Edward Escalante, Glenn Marsh, Alfonso de Anda, Bobba Had- lock, Maria Montelongo, Carlos Reza. OFFICERS Marybeth. Deyoe, Valeria Delgado, Sandra Wolfe. NEWBERY MEDAL AWARD CLUB The purpose oi this club is to foster interest among its members in ,, the reading and reviewing of good literature, and most particularly ' those books receiving Newbery awards, Research is made to determine the reason why the Library Com- mittee selected each book as the best one for the given year. Childrens books receiving other awards are also examined. J 5 , E . 23' ,A R' lx ff l llr .l has P 't Row Row Row Row Paula Scherer, Augusta Sonnichsen, Mildred Garbern, Linda Lee Waters, Frank Perez, Marie Endlich, Ioan Elfers, 'Carol Holter- Steve Harger, Io Ann Abraham, Elaine Boone, Iesus Rubio, Robert Waller, Vincent Kemen- 50,1 Iuan tockmeyer, Sandra Crawford, Mary Margaret Key, Norma lean Figueroa, Ann c ntyre. Sammy Kranzthor, Armando Kluarez, Arturo, Islas, Ronnie Briggs, Mary Frances Harris, Lynn Carter, Elvia Gonzalez, Iulie Tittman,lLindo Livingston. Gabriel Morales, Bill Kleinschrnidt, Larry Brazell, Lee McDaniel, Tommy Boone, Bob Feste, Iohn Melby. vllSS STIMSON, Sponsor 45 Here a groug of club members, Arturo Briggs, Larr razell, Ioan Ellers, Sandra sus Rubio ?Spring officersj examine a favorite Newbery award books. 1 74 C I ...V, W,,,j6r.1w- ill md' my fy fii Q-7 1. , V1 f . 1, l'l f'f4A OFFICERS Linda Waters, Linda Livingston, Mary Francis Harris, Miss Stimson, Raymond Briggs, Robert Waller. f Row How Row Row Row Rosa Ramirez, Elaine Abbott, Ann Bac- chus, Iimmy Faye Maxwell. A,,,.......,g- A .- "" " Row Bow Bow Bow OFFICERS. Rosa Ramirez, Evangeline Ramirez, lame Spier, Ianet Bertrand, Barbara Evans, Mary Kilburn, Virginia Wood, Rachel Torres, Estella Carrera, I sephine Aguilar, leanene Petersen, Ann Bac- chus, lune Rosenberg, Arlene-Gu Gayle Sexton, Helen Vo elpohl, Camilla Landavazo, Sally Myers, Sandra King, Phyllis Stevens, lustine glfallcer, Betty Graham, Collette Cline Lucy Martinez, Mary Ellen Mapula, Maria Guereque, Bobba Hadlock, Josephine Bencomo, Lory Talpis, Carole Sadler, Madeline Mandell, Shirley Moore, Mary L. Nichols, Rachel Nichols, Norma Layton, Estella Terrazas, Estella Rodri- guez, Bertha Aguirre, Blanca Martinez. Here two leaders demonstrate to a tap class the correct manner in acquiring "grace " GIRLS' PE. LEADERS This club is composed ot girls who are PE leaders They assist the P.E teachers in every way possible by demonstrating dance steps, movements, calisthenics, and cor- rect form in various sports such as baseball, basketball, soccer, and handball Wilma Kaerwer, Mary Kate Law, Cuanne Salome, Alice Cartagena, Mary Helen Yip, Lily Abraham, lone Guerry, Io Leta Iones, Marcella Eoutwell, Charlene Stein, Anne Cabrera, Ianice Bernard, Delia Navar- ro, Bertha Holguin, Ioanne Buchanan, Mary Alice Peinado loy Schneider, Frank e Hadlock, Mary Estella Blanco, Tita Gillett, Bettye Mar- tinez, Anna Loranca, ebby Potter Betty Mancill, Catherine Rogowski Angelina Sarabia, Cat erine aindo, rol McKee, limmy Faye Maxwell, Elaine Abbott ' 'NH' ,..- --- . ,, V..-1 jmlp M fi, ,144 0' Wag MISS LONG Sponsor BOYS' P.E. LEADERS u is com sed of all boy Physical Education leaders. These boys help the coaches by taking rollocall, and demonstrating various exercises. Also, they participate in various demonstrations such as tumbling, wrestling, boxing and the like. To become a leader, a boy must be accepted by the coaches and pass a rigid test in various phases of physical education. MR IARVIS Sponsor Edward Nunez, Arth Row 1: Iames Bencomo, Bill Anagnostou, Edward Nunez, Hector Bar- ragan, Bernard Katz, Bobby Aguilar, Iohnny Haddad, Iimmy Flack, Mr. Iarvis, Row 2: Mike Polley, Dick Poe, Ramon Ramos, Mike Aguirre, Iohn Bales, Arthur Apoclaca, lack Nelson, George Zenteno, David Cisneros, Armando Susarrey. OFFICERS: ur Apodaca, Bill Anagnostou. MR GOODMAN, Sponsor Row How Row Row .gr-9 , p e a students interested in istory, especially the history of the El Paso southwest. Field trips to valley missions and other points of interest are made by the members of the club, which is affiliated with the Texas State Historical Association o s on exas history to the local libra' ry, and collects historical data on the El Pas en manuscripts of historical interest before be- coming members, E If , tiff A V LIBRARY CLUB This club is composed of all students who have been courtesies in the library. They l ll hoses ot library work-checking books in and out, shelving books, and he p in a p maintaining the card catalog. These students also type reports, issue delinquent notices, and distribute attendance passes during study hall-library periods. The aim of the club is to develop good library workers for college or public library work. Mrs. Kennedy, librarian, and Everett Runte busily at work at the library desk. Row Row Row Row OFFICERS: Sandra Eatman, Bobba Hadlock. Rosemary Lopez. l: Mar Io Miller, Letitia Ornelas, Rose Eis- Y enberg, Alicia Bautista, Rosemary Lopez Miriam Pleisel, Patsy Roche. ll R nte Sandra Eatrnan Anna Mae Lue a u , . Allen, Mary Lou Cuellar, Antonia Gon- zalez, Emma Baultista, Barbara Schuller, Norma Armendariz. Lory Talpis, Billy Grace Brandes, Beth Ann Bray, Teresa Baca, Christine Keily. Patricia Mcliinstrg. Everett Hunte, Io n Brown, Sam Duke. X GROUP l Cruz Serrano, Felicia Harris, Io Ann Abraham, Carmen Licea, Mary Nayera, Carol Vester, Paula Schere zQLeglia " - Lucia Salazar, Ann May Werthmann,Qaqgg,a.LEP ! Irene Sosa, Yolanda Villa, Mary Frances Wal- trip, upe Rodela, Delia Navarro, Lillian loseph, Myrna Ioseph, Mary Blanco, Amelia Salom, Angelina Sarabia. l 4 tr' I GROUP 3 ' artha Alvidre ose Eisenberg, Elizabeth Felix, Anne Hogge, Ioyce Adler, Patsy Wood, Alda Martina, Fay Myers, Lilly Abra- ham, Alice McCord, Virginia Lopez, Irma Acosta, Tillie Delga- dillo, Socorro Obregon, Vivian I-Iarrell', Barbara Bortner, Valeria Delgado, Martha Salas, Bertha Holguin, Brooke DeWitt, Patsy Coady, Pat Daugherty, Ella Iane West, Cristina Mendoza, Ie- anne Elliott, Mary Daeuble. FUTURE I-IOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA This club is open to all students, both boys and girls, who have taken some home economics course either foods or clothing. The members prepare themselves to become efficient homemakers in later years While in school they meet with other homemaking clubs at annual rallies for style shows, talks, teas and the like. Also at various times of the year the club will prepare or serve at different dinners or other social functions. , ' 1 Sponsor MRS. LOUISE CROSS GROUP 2 Carol McKee, Marza Harris, Margaret Werthmann, lane Spier, Iulia Aboud, Peggy Smith, Irene onzales, Ann Flowers, Mary ,Frances Zaner, NOTQICI Nacim, Marg Grag Marilyn Goldberg Marian Hegstad na Mae Allen, etty ray, Bett Husband, arjorie McKe , Maria Blanco, Betty Martinez, Syandra Eat- man, Moore, Phyllis Harris, Sally Myers, Beth Bray, Mary Ann Vines. OFFICERS: Doris Webb, Teresa Baca, Patsy Wood, Brooke DeWitt, Patsy Coady, Ann Hogge, Harriett McMorries, Toni Giust. 50 1 " 'wus-im! 4.1- ' ' ' swimwear - tslusw Q11 ,r it FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America, or FFA as it is commonly known, is a national organization of, by, and for boys studying vocational agriculture. The FFA was organ- ized in November 1928 and has served to motivate and vitaltze the systematic instruction olfered students of vocational agriculture and to provide training in farmer-citizenship. Members learn through active participation how to conduct meetin sp to speak in public, to buy and sell cooperatively, to solve gieir own problems, finance themselvesp and to assume civic responsibility, The foundation upon which the FFA is built includes leadership, character development, sportsmanship, co- operation, service, thrift, scholarship, improved agriculture, or- ganized recreation, citizenship, and patriotism. MR, CARDWELL, Sponsor wlxvuvqans 4 gm V " ' Q F M Row 1, ' r5i.,.., g 1 ' " , , .-. -is-.-sr, . g -. wt. i-vgqx, r. , 7,533 Row l Row Zi Row 3' OFFICERS Sam Schneider, Allan Friedman, ggk Far- -r-eLl, Richard Moore, less Morrow. Richard May, David Griffiths, Kenneth Bor- den, Freddy Palacios, Paul Longmire goywea Row 2: Richard Richards, Russell Lewis, Tommy Arciniega, Al- lan Friedman, Sandra Flaiz, Sweetheart, Vance Smith, Kay Smith, Earl Lott, Bill Williams Kenneth Carpenter, Billy Vertrees, Fred Miller, Freddy Palacios, David Stewart, Harlow Norman, Grady Cal- houn, Billy Veck, Richard May. f Sammy Schneider, Paul Longmire, Richard Moore, Lar- ry Roberts, Roy Moriel, Kenneth Borden, Bert Goodloe, Gibson Potter, David Griffiths. A group ol Agriculture students is bein shown various grades of cotton in the United States Cotton Slassing office in the Federal Court-House, This was part of a Iaycee sponsored tour lor agricultural students 51 Wm' .. ,tr :mf ...Q is". Effie Lou Graham, Beverly Boyd, Carole Sadler, Sandra Scotten, Mary Frances Zaner. ,,f ,N i, , su 1 TREBLE CLEF The Treble Clef is composed of girls interested in choral singin . They work on acquiring proper three-part harmony, correct shading and blending. Twllembers perform for various civic organizations, clubs, schools and at assemblies and other school func- tions. Those desiring membership make application with Miss Fields, sponsor, and then sing before the members of the club, They are judged on their individual singing voices and their ability to harmonize. if I1 try, X Row l: Rosalie Landa. Lavon Hartrick, Mary Alice Peinado, Luella Nickerson. Row 2: Camilla Landavazo, Molly Kopilowitz, Marybeth Deyoe, ' K ' , Estella Carrera, Carole Sadler. . . . ' 1 Row 3: Sandra Scotten, Betty Graham, Iustine Walker, Arlene Guerry, Bobba Hadlock, Ann Bacchus, Effie Lou Graham, Ioan Douglass, Mary Frances Zaner. The sextette and Effie Lou Graham, ac- companist, all members of the Treble Clef are shown as they appeared at the Christmas assembly Row How Ann Bacchus, Patsy Coady, Miriam Reisel, Marion Sim- on, Philip Seeger, Sandra Scotten, Ioan Douglnssv- Nancie Kinschertl, lustine Walker, Shirley Hatfield, Estelle Wintroub, Thelma Walden, Kay Carter. How Gayle Sexton, Brooke DeWitt, Sally Myers, Marian Row Row Hegstad, Marilyn Goldberg, Paddy Hogan, Bobba Had- lock, Franlcy Hadlock, Allred Lowenberg, lohn Douglass, Robert Souda, Billy Purdy, William Rosen, Howard Sagor, Bob Boone, Paul Clarke. Dan Boone, lon Hurley, Lloyd Hamilton, Bill Hartshorn, I. O. Stewart, Ierry Flack. OFFICERS: Thelma Walden, Sally Myers, Iustine Walker, Marian Hegstad. RADIO CLUB The purposes of the Radio Club are to serve the student body of El Paso Hiqh School by operating the public address sys- tem and to promote an interest in the lunctioning of radio broadcasting, The club was founded in lanuary, l950 by Miss Vivian Michael. SPONSOR: MISS MlCl-IAEL Thelma Walden, Miss Michael, Gayle Sexton, and Shirley Hatfield gather around the PA System in the office. islgcllrglgggrgolgidllllsgtlhlis gfhsy-Lggributive The Distri u ive Education. These students learn all phases of business-buying, selling, delivering, and office work. The students take a regular high school course plus DE, going to school half a day In cooperation with El'Paso businessmen these students are placed in part-time b ' ' in offices, Stores and shops. positions where they receive valuable on-the-jo training Pat Rucker Peggy Spalding, lane Lafferty. Row 1: Row 2: Betty Skipper, Ramona Hunter, Lynn Horsley, Esther Hernandez, Natividad Najera, Alice McCord, Cruz Serrano, Louise Aboud, Dixie Nell Gipson, Celia Gonzalez. -D Row 3: Shirle Stewart, Virginia Reynolds, Georgia Beys, Mary Ellen Campos, Rosa Caballero. Philip Sonnichsen Bing Soo Row 4: Bill W lsch, Ralph Elardy Bill Stewart 4? OFFICERS: Mary Ellen Campos, lane Lafierty, Bill Stew art, Shirley Stewart, Virginia Reynolds ff VX., X! lf Q X "Curse you, lack Dalton!" A group of DE students prove that they can be both business people and follow- ers of the drama. Maryl Ellen Campos expresses dismay while Iim Merritt searc es for Virginia Reynolds's pulse. Dixie Nell Gipson, Cd s, and Cruz Serrano show various degrees o motion as they look on. Row l: less Morrow, Iack Farrell, Fred Kyle, lim Merritt. Row 2: Anne Hogge, Martha Salas, Delia Navarro, Iohn Dittmer, Iohn Haddad. The DE smile sells Ramona Hunters per soriality as well as he ' ELAINE ABBOTT Holiday Belle MISS HILMA IOYCE DE Co-ordinator VIRGINIA REYNOLDS DE Sweetheart During a break in class mme of the students take time to inspect the dis lay whi h B c was shown at the annual E Convention. - Mary Ellen Cam o r merchandise. P S GHC? Mr- MCH111 keep lumes Galyean cmd Bill Welsch stop to ever5bOdYlfC1PPY G1 the CUSTOYHSF S Serv' pose for a quickie while loading cz cash ice ounter at Sears, Roebuck and Co. 1-egisge, THE TIGERETTES The Tigerettes, an organization of girls who make up a twirling corps, perform in half time stunts at football games and take part in all parades. These girls are chosen on appearance, ability to march, and ability to twir . . MRS, EDMONDSON, Sponsor l I .-.-.-.--.s -wr..,.,,...,,,,. Row 1: oanne Salome, Wilma Kaerwer!Margie McKe , Roxann Barret, Sharon kidmore, D ie Broadd-gs, Tihlie-Delgadillo, amiiia Landavazo, Louise Strain, Mar nYr'!'l'ft1i'El"f'on'!f Ann Flowers. Row 2: Mary Kate Law, Ioyce Adler, Patsy Wood, Maril n Moore, Andra Harper, Mary Kilburn, Anne Hogge, Sandra Flaiz, Delia Nyavarro, Dolores Martinez, Lory Talpis. A familiar sight to loyal Tiger football fans-the Txgerette E" formation. OFFICERS 5 Mary Ann Armstrongwoanne Salome, Andra Harper, M W t. M us , S 5 A X J ,..,f,.. ,.. , sv 53:5 5' x rw 1 wi ffffq. Q , ,:3., h 1 Q 'SF M K "sm .x.5 S --Aw X. di Row l: Christina Mendoza, ebb Potte Ioyce Adler, Mary ' , y , el Torres, 1 Louella Nickerson, Estella Carrera, Sam. Schneider y 1 e . Row 3' Ella lane West, Bob Boone, Laura Griffin, Annie Ca- t:4Ii',ft'A'V4'!q! THE TATLER STAFF The Tatler, representing forty years of High school journalism, is El Paso High's official publication, It is issued every week of the school year except during vacation and exam periods, and the staff is made up of students who are at least sophomores and have completed one semester of journalism. A member of the National High School Press Association, the Tatler is rated high in the state in journalistic standards. The Tatler Staff poses for a uicky. Front Row: Shirley Hat- field, Toni Giust, Daniel Ehavez, Second Bow: Mary Kilburn, Mary Ann Armstrong, loanne Sa- lome, Mary Kate Law, Alan Cohn, Third Row: Martha Bay Vance, Arturo de la Torre, Alice Bau- tista, Io Ann Abraham, Estella Carrera Fourth Row: Willis Seyffert, Dick Hardin Pictured are the Tatler page editors and Sponsors: Willis Seyffert, editor-in-chiefg Arturo de la Torre, page 4 co-editorg Miss Sunshine Bozeman, sponsorp Este-lla Carrera, page 3 ed- itor, Shirley Hatfield, page l editor, Martha Ray Vance and Dick Hardin, page 2 co-editors Not shown is Sammy Schneid- er, page 4 co-editor l What could Miss Barbara Ioy Crawford, practice teacher, possibly be telling them? SPRING STAFF MEMBERS Alice Peinado Ph llis ach lohnny Locke, Aurora Bustamante, Barbara Oesoni Beit Mart'n z brera, Ioanne Buchanan, Betty Thompson, Mary Helen Vijil, Estella Blanco, Marlene Wintroub. 58 a www r ttf frttk t -XY THE TATLER STAFF IN ACTION The following pictures show a few of the things Tatler staff mem- ' le edition of the Tatler can be published. bers must do before a sing b lances over the Tatler as Mar- Mr Iohn Eichel erger g a erly awaits an i tha hay Vance, business manager, e g Q , ad contract. r N At the print shop the page editors c g as Miss Bozeman and the two patient Ochoa brothers supervise. heck alley proofs THICKERY???? Daniel Chavez, staff photographer, is shown selling Mary Daeuble a Tatler. Mr. Hardy takes a "break" during the day to read the Christmas edition of the Tatler. ,uc W an-...,.,,,,, CATHERINE ROGOWSKI Eighth Grade, Snapshots LOUISE STRAIN Eighth Grade, Snapshots PAUL CLARKE Student Council With everyone trying to make his own section the best, we managed to put out ct book that we hope will record faithfully the events ol l952 r SUNSHINE CALLERY DAMON GARBERN Clubs, Art Editor SPOUSO' MARTHA HAY VANCE SPUR STAFF BILL CULVER BOB HARRIS Editor Asst. Editor 'Win Ads MARCELLA BOUTWELL Senior Editor v .,... 1 3 l, I "' I I A 5 ,r,r Ay.-H , it s fy I Q 1 I x I f sv A :I . , ...f- 'l,i 'Gi 4 W lt ii .1::, , , fx' 5 fm my ago. g X i Y l , 434 M R 4 1 E NS ,5- 3 M Q ::,,:. Q ::,, . Nay? X 1- ff W NANCY WOODSIDE Iunior Editor , 4 Ji gi xi xx x 4 T x E N .,,t, . , W A r 'XR E DANIEL CHAVEZ Head Photographer SPUR STAFF BOB BOONE Faculty and ROTC GAYLE SEXTON Clubs SANDRA SCO'I'I'EN Ads ',,, E ,. .- V x yw xt IIMMY LOPER Sports MALCOLM BARRETT Sports BETTY GRAHAM Ads NANCY LOPEH Soph. Editor 1. IUNE ROSENBERG Music ED SHERMAN Freshman' itor BETTY HADDA , Ads Y- HEC'1'OR AGUILAR Photographer IANICE BERNARD Features MIRIAM REISEL Soph. Editor IIMMY FAYE MAXWELL Ads ,t.,,M ELAINE ABBOTT Ads CHARLENE STEIN Ads SHIRLEY LEE Ads SHIRLEEN SHARPLEY IEANENE PETERSEN IUDY GOGGIN Ads Ads Ads SPUR STAFF FRANCES GOLD Ads SHERIDAN MOTT Eighth Grade Editor ANNE DICK Ads DORE'I'I'A BENDALIN Ads LINDA LIVINGSTON Eighth Grade Ediior DAN WHITE Ads 1 yy B2 LUIS GARCIA Photography PAUL ANDERSON Sports FRANK CLAYTON Ads PACO LUCKETT Ads Q X fo WR, . M. . ' 1 eff 'FVM 2 A M- "1 A ji bgggsm 4 W , ., A .s Rs sq. V K ' 'A JH ' V L V, . ki- lr' XXX Y ,M sv K gi: A we 1 M K 5,5 1 X sim, ' ,.,:,. In Q.. Q. . i M K is - :Mk fgsfk ix. -2: . ,. - ff Af: 5 ,- x , V 'xg L 44 I t Y 4 V ' ' Q , . mi . Us iffy? t H 1 A ,, 3:71 Q . Q - W Q is 5 L 5 , . Q- s n ss s is .BE - A Q ' - 1 'I ..,.. N ' -. x X .4 A , - V b , - W - ,Q one it N W if 5 ff' x my h Sf s 5. A51 ,, . " Q 1 , ss f f s f s s f . . ,, s Q , Q, Q Q ' , W ' ' Q N ? , x 0 4 . ' s Ha Ti' ' , ' X ,L ' ' 9' 'Mi as ' X X ' V5 . . I Wx " M . ' R A 'Q L ,, f . 1. WM -,,. . ' ,. Q M 1 ff W ' ,Y A . so 'Q 'E W' A ' S J Q MN N , "" Q' "" .rf-W. rf. Q Riiiww-MK.. X r A' A 12 c I - ' I .. s ,, W' wikis gf hh iw 4 ,ftisdin Mp vqjgv have h W m FEATURES Day follows day: they rise in our sights. Then we know that these are onr chosen. COLLETTE CLINE Queen 1951 Football Court 64 PRINCESSES FOOTBALL COURT ROLIE KHMP escorted by WENDLLI. HGLE' Q 3 5 ' IANICII BERNARD escorted by ROBERT PEINADO tt - --- S, -..4 t ARLENE GUEHRY escorted by WILLIAM IRVIN IIMMIE FAYE MAXWELL escorted by TERRY FLACK ' CAROL McKEE t escorted by BILL SANFORD 5--. MARTHA RUIZ escorted by ARTHUR APODACA 66 yu F2401 N195 0 A 'Fry QNX V A ,wo yt ,Q , J gxwgxw K. H 12 L 12 H ll LILY ABRAHAM BOBBA HADLOCK LUELLA NICKERSON escorted by William Abraham escorted by Mark Howell escorted by Carlos Rutz DUCHI-:ssl-:s 3, 1951 FOOTBALL counr L ll IOAN escorted by Iohn Bales H 9 EII CECILY SCHWARTZ escorted by lack Nelson .fa ,..,.4 , 3 H IU BERTHA HOLGUIN escorted by Fttchard Concha L 10 MARIAN HEGSTED escorted by lohn Donohue 4444 I I l.. 9 H 8 L 8 MELISSA NICHOLSON OTILIA P MARIE ENDLICH escorted by loe Reyes escorted by avtd Gutlle escorted by Wtlttam Whtt 67 BILL CULVER All E1'Pcrso High School Boy BB s.. TITA GILLETT All E1 Paso High School Girl 69 Third Mosi Beautiful Girl FRANCES HOGGE ffub FXJCVW ,A J' H ,,, I, k A f Sfcond Most Beautiful Girl '11, .f YA ,-. , f Y f 'f"fi'bk A 'CAMILLA LANDAVAZO x ,v V :levi www, rf: QV , . 4 , 5,7 , A! f .,: . y X-KC L29 QQKA I-59:3 16f:,5f.ie1fj5j 4',f25.2.,,: Lf' Jy fl . --1 ' , , , ,,, 4, if e KL- LQI .gf ,1'L,4s. f-ggiffimkvf.-ALM El?"-1-J z:1'f1f'QifQ+1fC ' if ' ' -ff cl-1 N1-'-, f, 4 - ,4'3,,.,i,. I L 1 I.. J ,I fnflfx J Q, J, JLJJQL 11-47 Q f I .fi .1fgliO'T"'A' - A' ff 1,4 ,7 , ,Wi . a L f i .eaa::.,.,,,,: f Q- Q x Nwwzip fuqlfss.: ogsi v,-a.1 - - - M., 5 . 3 Q- X -' V -'YI m14f1TgfN's.5J'1VQhf 'ii ' 5 -, ,Q 5' "Tic wks ., 4-iw Tix, . u L I f , A .N X .. M 0 .93 . xl ,, ,. .i l -,i,,,,A .WH ,. ,Q i if as I i - A , X. 1,1 A Till 1-513 -'-V X " 71 ' 1 ' -' ' , ,,,: A A .,.. ,A,3,,, 1 ,,.,.,i,,,V,:,,,,,,,,,: , .,:., ,, , .,S,,. ,.., . ,,,.. X X i . . . V- : J: wwf. Q- A We 2 1 , , , V ,-P-'5-.:5:g5::. ev. Agfa , 3:15 gy, if xi-'Q ,K : 1 ji: ., ,,,.,.,:.,H-F-. ,M,.fgm, qkgagm Wg Y U ,M.,.,g, F R E S H F M A E V N O R I T E S S O P H O MP OA Rv E0 R 1 T E S MICKEY SALAZAH ELAINE ABBOTT I BILL STEWART ANN DICK SHR-,.aJlgA I Q an ' www NN "WE X. I M-if ,MA ELAINE ABBOTT escoried by IOHN DONOHUE 9 . ROSA RAMIREZ escoried b DON HARDEN PRINCESSES TO 1952 SPRING FIESTA 1 f .4 ., en - Qty., . we f .Q .f-4 S AHA . . A A J .A 2, Q JOAN .DOUGLASS ' escorted by ' IERHY FLACK PEGGY SPALDING escorted by BILL ANAGNOSTOU MARY ANNE ARMSTRONG escorted by NIELS SORENSEN PATSY ROCHE escorted b HARRIS HATFYELD H-I2 RACHEL TORRES escorted b FIDEL BARRON H-11 PADDY HOGAN escorted b BILL SCHNEIBER SPRING FIESTA COURT DUCHESSES e I .L Sprmg TI-IELMA GARCIA escorted 'b IAMES BENCOMO get L-ll X NCY LOPER escorted b PAUL CLARKE L-I2 IOY PIERSON escorted b BILL STEWART f-'U I-I-10 OU ANN CAUSEY escorted by p SPBOB REINHART NANCY DAUM escorted by I. O. STEWART CONCHA OCHOTORENA escorted by ERNIE VALDES IRMA RODRIGUEZ escorted b VICTOR DE AANDA L-10 YOLANDA FLORES escorted by ALFONSO GARIBAY 461 12 K 6. MARIE ENDLICH Iunior High Beauty fee, Eighth Grade Favorites CURTIS BROUGHTON IRENE SOSA ., AL.......,h-i..z..mef..Ji.i.... J " fi -i t ' V ' Q:, :,::5' ' ' H- , 3 tt fEVq'WM'Sw '- P. T. A. AWARDS CLARENCE COOPER Spanish 5 NANCY METCALF CAROL CHLARSON i Latin English English CATHERINE ROGOWSKI ALBERTA DODSON Lcxtin English ct W' hh Hag ,Xp MARTHA RAE VANCE NORMA GONZALEZ Latin English English Muih ' f ..1. Y I KATHEi1il1git5tlADDAD P. T. A. AWARDS Through the Years the E1 Paso High School Parent Teachers' Association has given awards to students of outstanding accomplishments in various departments of the school. Eligi- , ble students are selected by the department chairmen, ANNE HULSE English IOHN SEEGER English Math WILLENE IOHNSON BARBARA WELHAUSEN English English Math Physics History r ANN POOLEY MAURICE BRYSON English lourncllism 82 ., ' Q c A f A ,Sill it P. T. A. AWARDS ' The awards in the lorm ol a special medal designed especially for El Paso High School, have come to mean much to the students who receive them, The people on these pages re- ceived theirs on the El Paso High Stage on May 25, 1951. Speech RONALD CALHOUN llMMlE VVEBB Mechamcal Drawmg Math GEORGE MAYNES MARIO IGLESIAS Dramctics Shde Rule lOE BICKLEY LOU ANN COUUHRAN Moth Clothmg N PTA AWARDS OL WEBB i th Grade RE. HENRY MASTERSON Tennis C MONTES hmon RE MARGIE CRAWFORD Eiqhth Grade PE. ROBERT AMADOR Sophomore RE. MARY BLANCHE POLLEY Freshman PE. I-Q ARMANDO SUSARREY Best P E Leader ROSA RAMIREZ Sophomor PE 5: 3 B sis iwgwaff' on lr is .. . Q 'fs:awm,. 'X g v 1 5 P. T. A. AWARDS HOPE IONES MICKEY KAI-IN Typinq Low Eighth Citizen CARLTON NICHOL TEDDY ENGEL Woodwork High Eighth Citizen BILLIE ROSE LUTZ FLORENCE POWERS First year D E. Low Eighth Citizen P. T. A. AWARDS V'miMuSif IOEL URANGA 'X OSCAR PANDO HUMBOLDT MANDELL Art Iunior English MAX CROW Second Year D E. IRENE GONZALES Iundor Bond MARY ANN KENNEDY IANN THOMASON High Eighth Citizen Vocal Music 87 Era-uzfami O ,sg C 0 I M352 1.5 to MARY HELEN YIP Mary Helens talent lor leadership made her Secretary of the Student Body in the fall of 1951. She has been a class officer for three years, Among her many activities, she is a member of the National Honor Society, P.E. Leaders, Library Club, and FH.A. She was Chairman of the Senior Follies. BILL CULVER Not only has Bill been active in the Student Council, but he has also received many honors. He was Councilman-At-Large and Program Manager in 1951, and a delegate to the Southern Association of Student Councils. Among his honors are Editor of t e Spur, All EPHS Boy, Class Favorite, and an officer in the ROTC, He is also outstanding scholastically, as he was president of the National Honor Society and Kalevala, VIRGINIA GILLETT Virginia, "Tito" Gillett has been a very capable E.P.H.S. leader. She is an R.O,T.C. Sponsor, was chosen All E.P.H.S. Girl this year, and was the Vice President of the Student Body for the fall semester, l95l. Tita is a member of the National Honor Society, the Officers club, and was a delegate to Girl's State, having been elected by the Iunior Class. - CHARLES WOODUL , Charles, better known to his friends as "Chico", has been one of the most gopular students in El Paso High during his four years here. He was the president of the student body for the fall semester 1951. hico also attended a Student Council workshop in Denton, Texas this summer. An outstanding athlete, he has played football for El Paso High for four years, and was a member of the Track team His other activities include the. E club and Bass Clef 88 llMMY ROGERS Itmmy's personality has made htm popular with both students and teachers He has proved htmselt an all-around student since he was elected Prestdent ot the Student Body He has been a class otttcer and a member ot the varsity lootball squad, limmy has worked on the Spur Stall and belonqs to many clubs These include the National Honor, Kalevala, Outll and Scroll, Latin Club OtLicer's Club and he is on the steering committee ot the Student Council SANDRA SCOTYEN "Scottie, who possesses an A-l personality was the Program Manager lor the Spring Semester 1952, and has brought many laurels to El Paso Htah School tor her outstandino ability tn Dramattcs. She was tn the One Act Play, was chosen the best actress tn l95l, and the District winner tn declamatton tn the same year. She participated tn the Senior Play thts year She has been a class otltcer lor two years, and ts an B O.TC Sponsor. Her extra curricular acttvtttes are many, trtcludtnq Latin Club, NRA, Pan Amer- ican, Treble Clef, Officers Club, and a capable member ot the Spur Stall -, HUMBOLDT MANDELL Because ot his etltctent Student Council work, Humboldt was elected President ol the Student Council tor the Sprtn term, 1952 Much ot his knowledqe was gained through the tnterest that he showed by attending the Dallas and Shreveport Student Council Conventtons as a delegate Hts other acttvittes include Kalevala Club, Hi-Y, National onor Society, and R O.T,C, and he attended Lone Star Boy's State Because ol his fine character, Humboldt is very well liked bv both teachers and students CE BERNARD ----"" Ian1:e's personality has mode her popular with both teachers and students Not only has she been a capable member of the Spur Stall as Features Editor, but she was o duchess on the Fiesta Court in l9SU, a Fiesta Princess in 1951, and a Football Court Princess in l951, She has worked on the Student Council for four years and is now Student Body Secretary She is a member ot the Leaders Club, Sextette, Ir Nattonal Honor Soctety, and others She was also Freshman Favorite 89 A! Hy, AM 59 fm Wx Wwgsn ,,..nvvl""""",,,-,N WW X ,. Nw. BILLIE ROSE LU'I'Z Billie Rose has been an outstanding student throughout her high school ears. She is cr member of the Latin Club, National Honor Society: Number Sense Club, Slide Rule Club, and FH A. Liked by teachers as well as students, she received a P, T. A. Award, and as received many honors in DE, Billie Rose was chosen Salutatorian of the graduating class of Ianuary 1952. WILLIS SEYFFERT WilIis's booming personality has made him many friends throughout his E.P,H.S. school years. Willis has proved his leader- ship and ability by being editor-in-chief of the Tatler. Interested in music, he was a member of the Bass Cleft and the A Capella Choir. Showing his military ability, Willis was Lt Colonel in the RO.'I'.C. FRANCES MORRILL Frances's many talents include the tact that she has been a drum major tor the band tor the past two years. She excels in athletics, for she is a member of the Varsity Tennis squad. Among her many other activities included band, F.H.A., and on excel- lent record in Student Council work ROBERT PEINADO Active in athletics at El Paso High School, Robert has been on the Varsity Football Squad, and on the second string of the Time's All District Team. He was an active member of the Student Council and was a member of the National Ir. Honor Society, Hi-Y, Slide Rule, N.R,A., Pan American, and Number Sense Club. 91 3 1 Q , AU ,Q , e K , - 221 L Vw V. if ' 1 X"'k'fiffL 'Q Mx f VT .,..,,,. E .. . Q , 54 F-5, ' nik KD ,M 1 ,iywtas fy xr '-x Z5 ,W .Jw 1 Q i, 33 Q1 1 x A ,Mg ,ff fggggmv 1, Sq, ,L wi Wafiilia gggiffifiqfi i?fM'g:WE,V ZIEZA. KA A 9? .gW,. A -we " ini ,,l, Z . , '53 N - X ,. ww 4 iggk Mm m ' ,Q lilies, f in fbi 1 -r ,. , f xr. tr 45 new -10" '!""""'E"' F! 4 if CAMILLA LANDAVAZO Camilla has been active rrr student council work, havrna headed many committees She did an excellent rob as head ol the P.T.A, Committee, and was member of the Beautification Committee. She has also been a member ol several clubs rncludrnq Ir, and Sr Kalevala, Treble Clel, lr National Honor Society, Trqerettes, and Girls N HA, Her outstandina beauty has brouqht her honor rn and out of El Paso High School, where she has been Second Most Beautiful Girl lor two years MARTHA HAY VANCE Martha Ray has been active rn many activities at El Paso High School, She has received PTA Awards lor first and second ear Latin and second year Enqlrsh The clubs she has been active rn are lr and Sr Kalevala A Cappella Choir, Treble Clel, ll,.ecrder's Club, Latin Club, Music Lovers Club, Ir National Honor, Spur Stall, Tatler Stall, and Student Council The Student Coun- cil committees that she has been on are P TA , Scholarship, and Citizenship. ED SHERMAN Ed, although only a Freshman, has shown his ability rn many lrelds, He has been on the Student Council for three terms and has served on student council committees, He has been Freshman Editor of the Spur lor two years and rs very active in man clubs, Amon these are Latin Club, Ir National Honor Society, Slide Rule, Newbery Award Club, and the Square Dance Club lie was also gre President of hrs class ARTURO DE LA TORRE Art, having participated rn several sports, has played football, and baseball He rs a member ol the Club, and rs a Cap' tain rn R.O.T.C. Outstanding in Journalism, he was fr member of the Tatler Stal' this semester, and participated rn this year's Senior Follies. Art has been a class officer 93 si 'irq ies 1 3Qn'1wvfAQ5'L . , ,X . i .V -a 35232 l ,.s, it ' acryg y t ,M V 'glftfj ,N ., e f - V H.,3,gt: f T515 :if- J,.'3 r .ww lv' yt if f yt A we . , jff.,,g-ilk, .rx rw ,, .rl f lf YF ,we ,wha BILL. SANFORD Bill has been an outstanding athlete all during high school. He has been selected as a member of the All District Football Team, and was the co-captain of this year's Tiqer Football Team, Bill has been a class lavorite, and very active in student council work, having been a member ol the Conference and PT A. Committees. Bill's long list of honors have brought honor not only to him, but to El Paso High School as well. NANCY LOPER Excelling in tennis is only one ol the many capabilities ol Nancy Loper. Nancy was a duchess to the Spring Fiesta in 1950, and lr. Hiah Favorite in that same year She has been active in many clubs ol the school, including Latin Club, lr. National Hon- or, lr. Kalevala, and is a Tigerette. She is not only well-liked by all, but has executive ability too, being Sophomore Editor of the Spur, and a student council representative MAE CHEW As a top tennis player, Mae has brought many laurels to E1 Paso High. She and her partner won the state doubles champion- ship in 1951, and has won a P.T.A. Award in tennis, Mae has been a member ofthe Student Council lor two years, and in May of 1951, was chosen one of the outstanding Student Council Representatives. She is a member ot the lr. and Sr. National Honor Society. HENRY MASTERSGN Outstanding in tennis, Henry was the lr. sinoles and doubles champion in the Sun Carnival Tournament this year. He is also active in football and track, while the clubs he belongs to are the Varsity Tennis Squad, Racket Club, and R.O.T.C. 94 x 5 ai 1 ,ow-lv--W 5 w W' Q Y . "vm-QF ,,.. . W ., ww 'vh- ,S .zzz AE W .-me .H W Q 'U xx ,, S gr3,.,,.,.--nfl :gd ' 74- ss? Q4 af-5 kqyfffa fl? HAY f 4 gm ww -nik, r .Kr-X 'HY' , Av- . -,M Wm wi . we ,Aide X Q QW' sm, YP, l in N. 'Nw 'bv as 'W , if V' ,, 'M Q., A Y N 3 X f V... ...A ,, ' . 5 V, k Q at Q N . -Q f 1 o we -ff-P' , K , .f . ,40'.m V36 .W .M Jr 4' ' in aw 'hh M. up ROSA HAMIHEZ Rosas' poyyalarxty wltn her lelfow r war: a class luvortte, class olzrcez, and won a ly l'A Award rn her sophomore year as the "Otttstand1ng Sophomore Athlete " Rosa .acute zeesfet xr. her electton as Coancxlxuan-at .urge tor the sprxng semester, 1952, She has been very atfrve :rx flvtb mx 'lc hetnfr a memlrer Cf the Leadle: X1 Club Pay. A'ne':'arz Club and N R A ' CHAlRl.llS lll'HHf:ltA One ot fl Pgso Hzghf. mme! LltlIitll1ltdll'l'g leaders Charles has been a member at the Sttraent Counctl lor three years He was elected Councxirnanetzt-large lor the rtrzyg term, and has lreaaedjnany student Councll commlttees Charles has been the Presldent ol hls class, and an actrxe member an Arif: Pan Amerzttan Club, bllclfz Rule Club and H1-Y He also parttclpates tn such sports as baseball and 12 a member OE the varfstty tennns :eq-:aa MARIA 'l'lfHlQSA GUFlllLQUli 'llzxela hung been very aetzve rn the Sttrderrt Coanctl fitlrtng her years at EI P H S She has been Councllman-at-large and a re- presentanve to the lnferscrtool Connell Also she has been a Dutchess to the Football Court and il member ol the F H A , Pres Club, Qurll ani Scroll PV Leaders, Ailleal Youth, flatler Stall and Trl-H1 Y ALAN COHN mat .vm to all the student. of l. l' H 15 as l'Sqtrtrrel' Alan has been very actrve rn school allarrs He has served as program. manager worked hard on the Taller Stall, and,has been an olfrcer rn RO TC Outstandtng m speech, Squlrrel has taken a prom- ment place tn debatmg and actmq 15 he was IH the Scntor Play and One-Act Play A really "All around guy", Squxrrel has also worked on the Student Counctl 96 SPORTS The athletics fire has burned brightly for El Paso' High this year. Kindled and replenished by victories. its flame casts a glow which brings out the beauty in the clash of body, mind. and spirit. ' me " "lQ"iell MANAGER BERNARD KATZ MANAGER BOB FRANCIS ASSISTANT COACH TACK MARCELL sr,,, X ASSISTANT COACH GEORGE GROUNDS 98 HEAD COACH TERRELI. YARBROUGH vwuvv' Row l: Reyes Moreno, Carlos Ruiz, Alfred Cruz, Mickey Salazar, Richard Concha, lack Nelson, William Irvin, Iohn Donohue, Wendell Holt, Coach Yarbrough. Q Row 2: imm Ro ers, Bob Mayhall, Robert Peinado, Bill Sanford, Mike Aguirre, Iohn Bales, Ruben Bar- I Y Q ragan, Arthur Apodaca, Manuel Pacillas, Chico Woodul, Coach Grounds. How 3: Coach Marcell, Arturo de la Torre, Bill Boyd, Pat Donohue, Gary Crow, Bill Schneiaer, Charlie Armijo, Pete Morran, Victor Moore, Malcolm Barrett. Row 4: William Abraham, Carlos Hernandez, Stanley Magedson, Mark Howell, Fidel Barron, Raul Pa- cillas, Ierry Flack, Frank Cuaron, Mike Polley, Lily Lama. Row 5: Rudy Quinones, Sergio Guerrero, Ice Reyes Guillermo Contreras, Bill Anagnostou, Mgrs. Bernard Katz, Bob Francis. 4',!47. F ima-.. J .ff " of ere.- f ' 1' 1 . 1? Y ,. , ' .fff f " ' Z3 - rf . Y gf! .A -. ,V - 5 -. ri A ff-fe or .N N- -is 'fx , , , X -- .- , Vs - V , ,f fc:-,ff X.-. Y 5 1, , --f ,ef ' ' ,rx Z ' -xi X N 14 " 1 ,494 ' : ss. 4 ,S ' ZG'f V, SEASON SUMMARY iz . y Q K 'ff .1 I Q ,' El Paso 51 Cathedral O ,,, , KL' f . El Paso 6 Carlsbad 7 - 'fi - xi? El Paso 6 Kermit 26 ' ,, 35 X- El Paso 14 Ysleta 28 ' 913' YJ 5 Iliaso gelferson 2 Y- Y! -4 N 35- Z-554 El P622 32 Rgwiii 6 - f - - .ff ---1,-J 5:35 El Pgso -17 Alsdvquerque l9 ' ' -'?f.ffl27'?f, X El Paso Z5 Austin 5 -Maj ge Hg 'S- f or 'refers' W--I X - - 1,1-375-if' B ---7 ' - -- -X 1 .. " , i xx ill .T-ff-"ig - W K F: ' i .- --' ' 'X ' 'A'-'Et-,7975 -., 45 A-f ' , ' 99 ,. Y , WILLIAM ABRAHAM De la Torre aams aaamst Caveman in excitma game Q M1KE AGUIRRE BILL ANAGNOSTOU ARTHUR APGDACA CHARLIE ARMIIO IOHN SALES 100 MALCOLM BARRETT RUBEN BARRAGAN BXLI.. BOYD RICHARD CONCHA FIDEL BARRON Scxlczm rips through Irish Line, as Txgers tx-ounce Cathedral 51-O, fCourtesy E1 Paso Txmesl. GUILLERMO CONTRERAS F5 . 76 4? . A GARY CROW I A ARTURO DE LA TORRE Irvin stopped, after running back G punt I deep into Irish territory. LFRED CRUZ OHN DONOHUE Q. FRANK CUARON , v'l x PAT DONOHUE 5 MMM HIRRY FLACK CARLOS HERNANDEZ Fleet Bill Sanford scores cxqcxm in 40-5 rout over lellerson. lCourtesy lfl Paso Herald Pmztl WENDELL HOLT swf' WILLIAM IRVIN 103 MARK HOWELL ILL! LAMA an-u--i wil STANLEY MAGEDSON BOBBY MAYHALL PETE MORRAN VICTOR MOORE Aguirre eludes Panthers with masterful deception and breaks away tor 58 yards to the 2 yard line to set up the first touchdown. On the next play Sanford piows over tor one ot his 2 touchdowns which made him high scorer ot the district by one point tCciirtesy of El Paso TIMESJ. O fs 95? :mi E mana! V55 A 104 A RUDY QUINONES mWWmm mwwsvx 11' IACK NELSON ROBERT PEINADO IIMMY ROGERS n w s MANUEL PACILLAS RAUL IUACILLAS MIKE POLLEY REYES MORENO Www R CARLOS RUIZ CHICO WOODUI.. B111 Sanford sidesteps a panther and With Chico Woodul helping, dashes 36 yards for one of his many gains. KCourtesy of El Paso TIMESJ. 106 BILL SCHNEIDER IOE REYES MICKEY SALAZAR BILL SANFORD TOMMY ARCINIEGA BILL CABRERA l OHNNY ELIAS TOMMY GABRIEL 1' HECTOR BARRAGAN I mi if I 1- K NIGHTSHIFT FOOTBALL COACH BILL TI'I'TI..E The Nightshift is composed of future varsi- ty material. While on the Nightshift, the boys are taught the fundamentals of loot- bcll. These Tigers will be d big cxsset to next year's varsity football team. I OHN N Y HADDAD FRED DAVID GRIFFITHS HARRIS HATFIELD S A 11 I I . . Q? .. W, li x DAVID ELIAS RICHARD FLORES MANAGER LOUIS PEINADO 107 KAUTZ HEFLEY LA FLEUR RAYMOND LEWI S Q. Q N - ,. , N ,A 3 N1c:.H'rsH11f'r FOOTBALL , 3 5 f ..f.. gm K E f. Af 1 BILL ff' ' MSKQRD RosEN K . V HUMBEHTO RICHARD ' XX K u i 4- X ' MORIEL SOTELO N f 'gy .n v ' I ' If six X "'- if fy - . Q , FERNANDO FRED Msncmno SHAVHH - -" 2 1 , A TW -2., Q - JESS ABRAHAM 4 W 1 3 J Y A I MORROW TANGO FE - 1 VI.. 'X W 4 Q 1 - K 34 ' . ., V V x y Q 2 n- N A 3 "" 1 3 f Jiffifjfy , '3' iv , Lg AMOS 1, - . gif Q i - Q Q.. . mn ' OUGHTON , i 1 Q- I . UH . - .,:2V-,: 9 4: " 5? f Q. q V " ':"z N' ' "'11': , CARLOS WILLIAM A ' J , E N AVARETTE WATERSON if , - Y --:' , , --V' X , 1A" W Q zz -:-: , V If . V 1 ' OSCAR 3. I IUAN W - A A PANDO 'S X WILSON FRED ALBERTO P1u.Ac1os YIP Bottom Row: Edward Nunez, Iames Bencomo, Mickey Salazar, Mike Polley. Middle Row: Coach Iarvis, Fued Esman, Robert Reyes Bill Anagnostou, George Za- cour, Sergio Guerrero, Bob Hemley, Mgr, Iohnny Haddad. Top Row: Hector Watt, Rudy Quinones, Robert Amador, Curtis Spier, Glenn Marsh Armando Mercado, 'Q' 13311-, , r QQ ,L X N' At 04? XNA xNf,. 14' ,N f . we if " Qs ' f f" , XM X s In K K coach c D IARvis - -Six, X . A K ww if an-Qi J Q 74 ' :....,A:-,sr if I jr G11 Manager IOHNNY HADDAD 2 , di 5 it 109 M M gm CW: . W 3 I WN? mix 55" U4 if wif QS I 15' 'Q ,. N J, up 33 xi? s if v In AQ 'gy m. ,,,? J 1 I9 5, N. in .8 A V' C N W N MJ., Rs f I"'5C 5 igxw wfff MNAW 1' 2 Xf 'xx ix ui sv -Q M 'X Q ,. if um. Wy 25, f"' '-,arm Sri 1 1 R Xl? N2 wg I -Q 41? fx as N IGHTSHIFI' BASKETBALL Although losin to Bowie in the City Tournament, the "Firehouse Five" of Coach george Grounds went undefeated in District play to cop the District crown. These hearty basketball players will strength- en our varsity and develop it into one of the best in the state, , CHARLES HERRERA BILL WATERSON COACH GEORGE GROUNDS Row l: Fredd Palacios, Charles Herrera, lack Nelson, Hector Barragcm, Henry Iurado, I Row 2: Mgr. Bobb Aguilar, Humberto Briones, Alfredo Sanchez, Eduardo Artaleio, Bill Waterson, Luis Alarcon, lolinny Bitticks, Coach Grounds, 751: L' ' 2 X K Ellilfiiii A 1 i Y 1935 . MGR. BOBBY AGUILJ NIGHTSHIFT BASKETBALL FREDDY PALACIOS LW EDUARDO ARTALEIO 115 X., x f 1 B wg A ' s r 'P E Z Q B i w' if H Ai 5 L i L 5 1 9 z ff 5 4 Row 1: Lorenzo Perales, Paco Luckett, Pete Herrera, Roy Lewis, Charlie Herrera, Ioaqu' Ruiz, Pete Perales, - . Row 2: Coach Tittie, Arthur Apodoca, Tommvg Arciniega, Bob Hemley, Harris Hatfield, nesto Aranda, Augustin De La Cruz, aymond Lewis. .. Row 3: Frank Lujan, Sergio Guerrero, Coach Williams, Piio Marion, R uinones d- ward Nunez, Luis Alarcon, Coach Humphrey, Mike Aguirre, i d Conch 1, L, if? . KJV O? Coach BILL W? M iff, W WW wyyiiyfy Jzgilfrazy C1 fy LPA W Pigffjf if Q PETE HERRI-IHA I Wim ROY LEWIS 1,-e Wmeiyfpk wifi, iiff, CHARLIE HERRERA ARTHUR APODACA RUDY OUINONES RETURNING SQUADMEN AND LETTERMEN FRANK LUIAN BOB HEMLEY EDWARD NUNEZ MIKE AGUIRRE PETE PERALES RICHARD CONCHA Row Row How Row Row 3 Hernandez, Agurrre Bales Sanford Rangel Ytp . Chagra, Arriola, Nelson Kellen Mandell Barron Flores Ramrrez Terrazas Huerta . Coach Marcell, Hernandez Raye!! er ez Feste Crow Flatz Barragan Nalera Zubrate Coach Iones . V1llarreal,Barr1entos Valdez Anderson Mayhall Contreras Lopez Garcxa . Gabriel,Moreno,Na1era Robbtns Soullee Frsher Reyes Not Shown: Malcolm Barrett and Vtctor Moore W,-r, I 36. KKK f 'I X fi' if 5? 4? E P! FIDEL BARRON ICE HERNANDEZ 5, 1 2: .5 12 Qi mf e 5 CARLOS HERNANDEZ GUILLERMO CONTRERAS 1 IOHN LEOPOLDO BALES BARRIENTOS ,EUMBOLDT 1---MANDELL IOE FESTE I I i Q ' ,fi ' ,,,, 2 S Y I - 1 f , A-sp-., K? 'fx THE POLE VAULT Aigvidfffgg GARY CROW 1 1 .W- X M .Y . F1555 119 WILLIAM IRVIN No. 3 NANCY LOPER No. 2 TENNIS COACH TH BERY Q N, MAE CHEW Y No, I -flizx W K HENRY MASTERSON No. I COACH MAY BELLE LONG I , BILL CLAYTON No, 2 ANN SPRINGER No. 3 1NA'! X Row 1: Merville Darnall, Charlie Herrera, Robert Brazell, Phillip AWard, Carlos Castanedas, Iimmy Hughes, Harris Hatfield. Row 2: Coach Thornbery, Bill Clayton, Bob Hemley, Eddie Chew, William Irvin, Roger Livingston, Dick Knapp, Tom Pritchett, Henry Masterson. ,X I I I PHILLIP WARD No. 5 BOB HEMLEY No. 4 ws. ,mf mms fy BOYS' TENNIS SQUAD BOB BRAZELL N'o. 6 GIRLS' TENNIS SQUAD J l, WW ' K ' 1 , ,, ..,.. L A K nvalb Q ...,.,.,.,. ,. '-.fl-lj, -A'f ' V- LL5,mggk,W,, ww MQW, in ,,,g,g,L?'S ' '-'- "" ' Bottom Row' Cecily Schwartz, Arlene McGuiiy, Betty Thornton, Billy Grace Brancles, Mae Chew, Susan Anderson, Luella Nickerson, Irene Montemayor, Rachel Nickols, Mary Lou Nickols Top How' Shirley Hatfield, Barbara Broughton, Mary Holcombe, Bobba Hacllock, Paddy Hogan, Mary Blanche Polley, Mary Ann Baehr, Nancy Woodside, Kay Carter, Marian Simon, Frances Morrill, Christine Keily, Emma Bautrgm' 9"N LUELLA NICKEBSON No 4 Top Three younger girls: Elsie Chew, Emma Bautista, Marian Simon, 122 MUSIC On the air: in the air: everywhere in the young world are sound and light and tears and happiness. DRUM MAI ORETTES The Mcjoreties march in from of the band at ll its perfcirmcnces. Adding much glumor io our :md's performance, E. P. H. S. is very proud of mem. DRUM MAIOR FRANCES MORRILL A MARY ESCAIEDA ESTHER ESCAIEDA 125 BARBARA EVANS DORIS WEBB wr H, A C A P E L L A Ss? C H O I R i ' l! 5, Q f 'F Q I 8 A ,Y : 5. ' ,A - V . 1: -, gig 5 A r vnu -' MUSIC ACTIVITIES Wrthout lhe band, Tlgeretles, Downbeats, and all the klds who smg lor us In assembly, llle would be dull at our school, The studenis spend many hours IITCICIICITIQ and rehearsing, and we Gpprecmle thelr work LA" I! .1 'f I .f -4 W' Playmg lor all homeroom dances, and many other school luncuons, the Downbeats are a welcome addmon to our Muslc Department, L . E 'VY JN, If , .OJ lv Z 'A Capella cholr performs ar an assembly JJ ,mob foostmlxmf J HM, om MQQLQQ numb www cifwgiho LLQLMQH4 N-wiwm -VUQ - -X C 560 fy :J ofvvllvtj CLQDKN QQZSQXSLXXJ, MM i , Q f i ' , ,Y '1 ' -X3-Ja-X,-f12L. X . -ot , 42,543 l EMM All Qfifo, 1, K L XQMLV-ii"' K, x X 4 W x V K N QXJOC o Ajgvo llbilihlwvb xflx 1-f-. X t5QA,QnfQ,4 xii" .as-'f-rf' ,nf ,lf A-..-r .- ,Mr v gym' ,,,.. ,rf wwa "' 4.-v -now' .M- Q- wmv' M.. wo' N ,J- 0 0- -0' W .M M ...A .M W 'yr 'W' ,wsayk 431. 1' L.1'Z'ff' M35 W, .M vft +, art M W,.,,.,:l" 1, A. was Tu ,M ,F un "" .- -Q' vmliw .N mfg, ,,..W...ur1V,,,l :,.,.q...V -nn-..,-"K vw -of iv , 1' R. O. T. C. A million torches moving swiftly with us in sure patterns-they are life. -Ar 'wr -of J- ,M-f...-f A t, T ..",N.3 qv-'Q-..'9"-... M, 4-' ... ...- nr' Q' .P qv- ,,.. ""A ...--371, do-tx. ., A1 ,L as .qnv .. .- , -wr' , 4'- -fw' V .ff iv...-.N ..- .,,,-ar"'.., ,,.- KM ., -at ,- ' 4' 4' " ' C 'Q .f-J, .. L if ...- tv Q .W- --. slip '- OFFICERS BATTALION PARADE Capt. Bill Sanford, Lt. Hector Watt, Lt. lack Waltrip, - Lt. Paul Clarke. COMPANY "A" SERAFIN AVITIA GEORGE BAILEY IAMES BENCOMO LUIS CAMPOS PAUL CLARKE ALAN COHN CHARLES COLLINS IERRY DAUGHERTY AUGUSTIN DE LA CRUZ IOHN DONOHUE MORTON ERLICH IOI-IN EICHELMANN IOSEPH FESTE NELSON PINK MAR FAN FELIPE GARCIA IORNNY HADDAD DICK HARDIN RUSSELL I-IARDING ROBERT HARRIS IOE HERNANDEZ PEDRO HERRERA PI-IILLIP IACOBS IAMES KREIMEYER ww- PAUL LONGMIRE SALVADOR SALAS ARMANDO LUEVANO VICTOR SALAS HUMBOLDT MANDELL BILL SANFORD BILLY MCDILL SAMMY SCHNEIDER FRANK MIDDLETON CURTIS SPIER HECTOR MORENO IAMES STEWART CARLOS ORTEGON BILL VERTREES RAUL PACILLAS IACK WALTRIP FRANK PORTILLO HECTOR WATT IOSE REYES ROBERT RIVERA ROBERT REYES CARLOS RUIZ HECTOR AGUILAR AURELIO DE LA TORRE DANIEL BOONE TRAVIS EDENS IOHN BROWN IESUS GALLEGOS RONALD CALHOUN DAMON GARBERN RAUL CASTANEDA LEWIS GARCIA BILL CASTILLO VMLFONSO GARIBAY FERNANDO CASTILLO RUBEN GOMEZ-LEON RICHARD COLEMAN JESUS GONZALEZ RICHARD CONCHA IOHN HALEY GILBERT CORDERO fRICHARD HARDEIU MERVILLE DARNALL FRANK LEWIS ARTURO DE LA TORRE STANLEY MAGEDSON MARIO MARTINEZ ROBERT MA Y HALL RONALD MCCARTY TOM MCCURLEY LEO MONTOYA EDDIE MOWAD NAMER NACIM EDUARDO NAIERA MANUEL PACILLAS DEXTER PIERSON DICK POE BILLY RAGLAND COMPANY "B" RAMON RAMOS OSCAR RIOS ALEIANDRO RUIZ MIGUEL SALAZAR ALFREDO SANCHEZ WILLIS SEYFFERT DONALD STEWART GEORGE STEWART ALFRED TORRES OSCAR VILLANUEVA CLARK WRIGHT RIFLE TEAM OFFICERS Don Harden, Bert Goodlae, Tony Marttnez Ruben Gomez-Leon Capt Arturo de Ia Torre, Lt Eddme Mowa - - Hector Agurlar Sponsor Sgt Carden Lt Manuel Pacxllas, Lt Dxck Poe d '45 ' 'SLE A ., . 'W A ..- I , F L 131 S . wpqgnvm'-mmm orrtcxtas STAFF Capt George Zscout Lt, Itmmy Roqerst Lt Eldet Barron Lt. Col, Wtlits Seyffert, Mot Glenn Marsh, Lt Raul Luckett Lt Mtke Btdul, Lt Ntels Sorensen, Sgt Tom McCurly Sqt AIGU Cohn Not shown Adjutant Cclptmn Humboldt Mundell COMPANY HC" I IOE ABRAHAM ROBERT AMADOR PAUL ANDERSON OSCAR ARELLAIJO IOE ARRIOLA IERRY BAKER EIDEL BARRON BOB BOONE BOB BRAZELL MAURICE BRYSON BILL CLAYTON ALFRED CRUZ JOHN DOUGLASS MITCHEL ESPER DON FLAIZ IOHN FLORES RICHARD ELORES BERT GOODLOE IIMMY HADDAD BOB HEMLEY CARLOS HERNANDEZ CHARLIE HERRERA MARK HOWELL IAVIER HUERTA 132 ION ALLEN HURLEY CEDRIC HUSTACE NORMAN IAMES ARTHUR IUAREZ BERNARD KATZ FRED KYLE IOSE LOPEZ FRANK LUIAN BOBBY MAPULA RICHARD MOORE VICTOR MOORE EDWARD NUNEZ ROBERT PEINADO RUDY QUINONES LARRY ROBERTS IIMMY ROGERS STEVE ROSENBERG BILL SCHNEIDER RICHARD SCHWARTZ WILLIE SOSA PHIL WARD f GEORGE ZACOUR RAUI.. ALARCON ALFREDO ABEYTA BILL ABRAHAM BILL ANAGNOSTOU ROLAND ANDERSON ARTHUR APODACA ERNEST ARANDA MIGUEL ARTALEIO RUBEN BARRAGAN MALCOLM BARRETT CHARLES BENTLEY BILL BOYD BOBBY BROWN COLOR GUARD Don Flmz, Ierry Bok ENRIQUE BUSTAMANTE ALFONSO CASTRO FRANK CLAYTON GENE COYKENDALL GARY CROW FRANK CUARON BILL CULVER BOB FRANCIS SIMON GARCIA HECTOR HOLGUIN RICHARD HYDER DON IOHNSON RICHARD KOHNLE LOUIS LAMA IACK LAPPE IIMMY LOPER ALFRED LOWENBERG PAUL LUCKET'II GLENN MARSH ANTHONY MARTINEZ PETE MEDRANO IOSE PERALES MIKE POLLEY IOAQUIN RUIZ COMPANY "D" IOHN SALAZAR MIGUEL SALOM HECTOR SAMANIEGO E,I2,E5.hID.EBS... A 4. NIELS SORENSEN ROBERT SOUDA BILL TYRA MIKE BIDAL MIKE AGUIRRE IOHN BALES IERRY FLACK CHARLES WOODUL OEFICLRS Capt Bob Frcmcls LI Alfredo Abeylcx, Lt BIII Culver eff B0bbY MCIPUIG Lt Ennqmze Buslumomc Major ROLIE KEMP Adj. Capi. IEANENE PETERSEN Li. Col, COLLETTE CLINE R. O. T. C. SPONSORS lst. Lt. PIO. 2nd, Lt. TI-IELMA WALDEN PEGGY SPALDING Znd. Lt. BOBBA HADLOCK V35 Capt. Capt. SHIRLEY LEE IUNE ROSENBERG 134 Capt. BROADDUS EMILY DIAZ , ,I +ww.,0 - I H Img. yffzfzgi A L35 I I I1 fizffffnjy .nw f ' I " ' , wifi , In 1 I I 7i:y,Qf, ,fig-th i ,, I - VQQFQ' I ,I I . Awfffvw - -. . ff-fI-fi'i+ .1 1 I. J.FfQzg5,?5r., WJ' ' A+ -. .iw 4-,QQ f? ' " 1IIiLiv:I24 , ?5? I1 IIN-, 'wfig f a::..., '5j ,i.fI g4 .:..:, :mm wspy ., X . '- ' V' ...:-:: ,.- 2 Q1-2' I A 1, r 'Ak In . A :.' ,r H, ':-- N mfg N311 I ' E -I., I. . mn 1- A ' ' ' :Fm 1 Ljgfrg A . vii? m , ' ' in ' I. I 2 I 1 V 5' W I ' If ,. If . ' . ,f " I ' wg K I' f W., .f f I in ,J V A I -. i. Ist. Lt. GAYLE SEXTON Znd. Lt, MARY ANN ARMSTRONG Znd. Lt. WILMA KAERWAER R. O. T. C. SPONSORS lst. Lt. Ist. Lt. VIRGINIA WOOD SANDRA SCOTTEN Znci. LI. 21-Id. Ly, BETTY MARTINEZ BARBARA EVANS Znd. Lt. 2nd, LI. MARIA GUEREQUE ESTELLA GARCIA 135 Ist. Lt. TITA GILLETT K 1 2nd. Lt. IOYCE ADLER Znd. LI. LOUISE STRAIN : Q 1: EI .I I I 5.13.5-::::2 M2 fi V W ws f 9 SMI WEQIL Eli? -I I IQ., 4 Www - - 01. re' If 356' IMI . ., SGT LAHLDLAN CAI-IDFN SGT VICTOR NICHOLS SGT IOSEPH PERKINS EPI-IS. ROTC. BAND ix 1 I II 1 e k gp, I, I , ,.,I f I , f I I s 3, El .,-- IQ 3 - l ' , f A Q . ' Q? W' A EWEME " o ill li' 1 ls W ' , N ' QP 'llvll ' il' ' .. I f 1.2 'H 5U" . 4 X .1 .y 4' 'fx s,. . . "' gy ar., -H. 5 Of ' Q N' ,, 0 if ix 'eg iAfQA I-sf! l 5 i 3, 5, is ff 1' . ,535 fe' ff .. -:: W 1 . - sig f 4 ff' ' Qnxxxiy M- 'X . k .Aye . , -- A A . ' fflilki X If--vf "JL f.,i',.,?'X - 555 hQ L 2 L I L I f - ,AQTSX XQN "WN - x Skgwffffl i5ogv39xJxqg3ij2.Q,3ef5.5W mmf ill i"E'fSs.wiar-W we we f W FACULTY When we have not known greatness, -how can we love or even he:-fYou must guide us. , 1-miilriki Lighthouse Photograph by Axxthony V Haqusm ,XL,! A 37, , fazb' 2 E! 3 lily MR, TRUETT R, MOBLEY Attendance Clerk and Counselor MR. I. LLOYD SAUNDERS ff Assistant Principal f' ' ! , . f if ff f f f ,ff f f 1 1 Ll' flflfzj 'ifmfi ,, elfggfifida,-:2'f--f ' I 'avi MRS. THELMA LORSCHEIDEF Secretary ,Q .,:.6',f , , MRS, KATHRYN GOODLOE Records Clerk MRS. HELEN BYRNES Office Manager MRS. RUTH WILBURN Business Agent DR MORTIMER BROWN Superintendent of El Poso Schools El Paso City School Boorcl Seated lelt to ri ht I F H l 3 . . use, Ernest Valdez, Ted An- x dress, Allen R, rambling, Dr. Mortimer Brown, Miss De W K N Emmcx Shelton, Secretory to Sup1..M S, Hutchins, Mrs , W in A f5T'W'7 4- T P Clendenm, Calvert Tucker, lnset' C M, Irvin ,QMS ' I ' - V' A "' . K A K' ,. -' My 'i .,,, ,,,, ww 139 1 MRS. EILEEN BLAKE Homemaking Our Faculty in one of it gcxyer moods. MR. L. R. CAPSHAW Music MR. I. N. CARDWELL Agriculture A -f Mathematics , ' Socilf tudies f fx xl Mtss REBEKAH COFFIN C MPR. JOEEKPEUL CRANK H J MRS DOLORES EDMONDSON Enghsh ww MRS. NINA B. DAVIS MRS NORMA DOWNEY Enghsh Libtcxrtcn Assistant 141 MRS. LOUISE D. CROSS Homemclking MR. IOHN ESTES Mathematics MISS FANNY FOSTER English MISS AMELIA L, FORWOOD Mathematics MISS FRANCES F. FIELDS MRS, LEVA G, GODDARII Homemuking Music e show must go on. MR. GEORGE L. GROUJ MR- PAUL GOODMAN MR. O. 0. GRAHAM Mas, LOUISE GRAMLY Social Studies Social Studies Mathematics Science - iv :six . v w 4 jg ,5125?6+Fl' ff Fil 'V N Q? - 52' , ,X Www mx 1 i, W 5 1 X' 1 2 mff rffr- ,S wi-X ' A " ,. .5 .-: Efivefis ,WT Mg' 4? QW Q 1 ,xv sw, ' x Q, va NWS' xx " vii. . pf ' , f 1. , N Y :I 2 sw few -.,.:-:f:,: w We - ' sl S ..:A'?i:'I'1S.'f' , " ' n 41-wX:5:5,:.:5: J , ' .1 ' f. , V Qwfifif x Q 4 X .fgerg ' 1 G ', 4' " ' ' 1 Y V , , 1. Q M 2 Q ' H f K Q . f U ref-2 : J ., , ,Q 4 - x via - . Q A , . A.. w . f K Q S , YF Sf 5 1 gg, YR A + ,Q , 2 . 4 1 by he x yg f ,A , A ff Q S i Q ' - ,Q ,f X.. L 5. b , A ,, , . . . , ,.- w ' . . '53 " N .1 8 . . 2 'Q . 1 , . H Q. A it 4 4' 9 9 i . Q Q . as ' Aww' W ,.,:,,.i, V E af Q MISS HILMA M. IOYCE MISS ANNE KELLY Mathematics Distrxbutive Educauon MISS MAY BELLE Long Physical Educcmon IN , f r 1.Our Ahgrnctefflheer A 3 ' Ueagieifs, K A xi' F , V . K.. MRS. MONA H. LOPER Head Nurse 4 f S - 1 - f. f'wf-zbwwwmixi .1 we MR IACK MARCH-L MRS, LOLA MCMATH MRS com. MENGE1. Miss VIVIAN MICHAEL Phys1cu1 Educohon Commercial 9061 cffxesg I o xx Xe QQ MRS. CELESTINE MOONEY Commercial SGT. VICTOR NICHOLS FI.O.T.C. Instructor MISS VESTINA PROVENCIO Spcxmsh rw MISS RITA PERRY Mcthemcmcs MRS. MARIE H, STAMPS Spanish MRS, AUDREY SMITH Physlccxl Education MR B W TAPPER Mechanlcczl Drcxwmg SS MARY BELLE STOCKTON MISS HELEN IEAN SUTHERLAND Mcxthemcucs Englxsh 35 IESYLE STIMSON MH. IOSEPH K. GOFORTH Recdmfl Art R. IESSE L. HORN Physical EdUCGT1O MR. ALEX TOMKINS 5 Woodwork MH. BILL TITTLE MR. TERRELL YARBROUGI-I Physical Educcmon PIIYSICUI Edllccflcfl I47 MISS MARIORIE S. THOMPSON Englxsh MRS. NORA B. WARD English CAF ETERIA STAFF These ure the people who leed us and take core ol our school Buck Row. Mrs. Dlllon, Mrs Allen, Mrs. Kemp Front Row: Mrs, Hdwktns, Mrs, Holmes, Mrs. Fox, Mrs Bullard Mrs, Smith. IOHN EMERSON MAINTENANCE STAFF 'AT W , , Back Row: Pete Sanchez, DGV1d Cubillos, Gil Hernandez, Ice Ybcxrrc Front Row Kcxtte Lusk, Emilia Frcxgoso, Aurora P, Rivera. M. L. MARKER Bock Row Dommgo Nemo, Carlos Huereccr, Rudolph Ccrdencxs, Rudy Budtllo, Joe Rey, Hector Cczstcnedcr Front Flow Bernice Gray, Lucxlle Iones, Mr Emerson x'w"am.aK:25wfN,Km4e : ffllffwesvwretftt or f-wi wwmsmwm 'e ' 149 ,N , F ,T ,. 3: A1 A gif .A -I , , ,,. f ff ff wk if Q 'L fl z' if -Sfiiw 2 fm , 624-s5?w Q 4, gf ,Mi :Tu 5'4" 'lffug :X FALL 1951 f GLENN MARSH-President , 1 IIM ROGERS-vace,Presmem 7 C SANDRA SCOTTEN-Secretory W LOUIS LAMA-Yen Leader SENIGP1 CLASS OFFICERS SPRING 1951 f WENDELL HOLT-Presxdem 5 ARTURO DE LA TORRE-vmebpfesidenl C MARY HELEN YIP-Secretory I RUBEN BARRAGAN-Yell Leader C LILY ABRAHAM-Reporter N SPRING 1952 V GLENN MARSH-President I THELMA WALDEN-Secremry K PAUL LUCKETT-vice-Pfesmem ly 150 ILY ABRAHAM Press Club. Tatler Stall, Girl's P E. Leader. Library Club, F. H. A.. Student Council. Class Officer, Football Court-Duchess Bow and Arrow Club L if - ' I .-th, ,.,. . ALFREDO ABEYTA Pan American Club. N, R. A.. Student Council. Class Ollicer, ' R O. T C.. Ollice-r's Club, Senior Follies. PATSY COADY Ir. National Honor, F. H. A.. Slide Rule Club, Senior Follies, Radio Club, Sr. National Honor. 686014 ALFONSO CASTRO R, O. T. C.. N. R. A.. Rifle Team, P. T A. Awards ,vsy A ,' .' .f,.,.g "E' Club, Student Council. R. O, T C., i Senior Follies. .iii 3. ii All the Hi h Seniors lose their dignity and Wll-1-IAM ABRAHAM FERNANDO CASTILLO lr, National Honor, Track Ir. Kalevala, R O if C Varsity and Niqht-Shift Football Senibrjz-011165 Slide Rule Club, P T A Awards fA?,fA?jQ?MlGUEL AHTAT-EIO ste down o?f thei pedet l th l b t A Sr. National Honor, KicfDay. Lollypops,r toys, sanjd Eire Feyetclealierlihg OPEL-IA CARAVEO Slide Rule Club, place of the dignified cap and gown. F. H. A., , ,.:,,,,,5 f5.i'p R. O. T. C., Girl's P. E, Leader, P. T. A. Awards Senior Follies. gfasgw Tir .1 'r..iQ. A f.. A ffN . .'.. '. ., v.f...i, if? A if Sl? ' Alptfrtid A .:..asa5::A':' A' ' 'X . Fi Wiigcfidf 1 ..,....., . .urlwlm . -..-V . - . rwitwf 4 :I -1 - ,fig w . -. ,363 .. - . LL iff. ,F A wi u Hi., . ,ls2'.l'tA ge 2 V f 5. Zvfiii "Q lf., fs. if i .1 g ig in it is i Q il? E Sgt s l i Bk, 2 SERAFIN AVITIA R. O. T. C., Senior Follies. RUBEN BARRAGAN Football-Varsity. Track, Bass Clel, "E" Club. Class Ollicer. R. O. T. C.. Senior Follies. 151 BARBARA BORTNER F. H. A., Senior Follies. ROBERT BROWN Yell Leader, Football-N, S., Track, "E" Club. Student Council, Class Officer, R. O. 'l', C.. Senior Follies. P. T. A. Awards. CHARLES COLLINS Track IONE GUERRY C1irl's P. E Leaders, F. H. A., Senior Follies .5 ,K i IOSEFINA CONDE IESUS GONZALES Girl's P. E. Leaders, Boss Clel, F,.H, Aw lf Class Oilicer, Senior Follies. L, W e W R, T. C.. Senior Follies fl .Q A A S X 3 - RUBEN GOMEZ-LEON Basketball. GILBERT CORDERO N, R A,, Bass Clef, Student Council 'if R. o. T. C., H O T- C. Y . . It Senior Follies. giillog Bundy 3 '. i i e earn, - j 1 ' Q ., Senior Follies .- - rrr . . t .,, ' vis- F 'ggi . ' E X i . 1 W C it If: u Q 4 tx . J it Jig., a t P ALFONSO DEANDA Q,,2PfenQ2ni,,SgOfL,ough MARIA Gomsz A 'i'A' it F N. S. Football. We're the class of fifty-two." Girl's P. E. Leaders, E - W ,F , 'l BUS'2bf-Ylli The High Senior yell echoes through the audi- Student Council, V Q -' T .M 1 b"i . 41 R- Of T- C 1 torium as these students bid farewell to their F. H. A., Q . MY' . 3 K P i' F Student Council, Qlmq moyer Senior Follies , , i -fig Q 3 . Ln 2 aff 1 National Art Honor Q . Q F it S SOC'ff'Yf tw F f7fiifTfQ .,, ,J ll, ARTURO DE LA TORRE V 4 Varsity Football, ' Basketball, fl -' f gasiebagl, H 3,5 at er ta , 1' "E" ciub, 1ClcgsTOgicer, , I Ofticer's Club, I Q 't Senior Follies . Q ,V li . 12115 A 72 if 5 V . l. i. any ' Z, "Mft gg 4 Q KBROOKE oewirrj , Q ff. - Latin Club, kk P 9' gr-H lfCfjf,fyCjjLVH0n0ft S gi L or ELIQAFJETH rsux Ir. Kalevclqy :gf , 3, , Mgt. Q J Girls P. E. Leaders, F. H. A., L i lgEig,r:i FA H- AA, , Slide Rule Club, -,jf .Q ffggzf, Senior Follies. Radio Club, Senior Follies . . A fi 152 ANTONIETA GIUST N 'HANCES HOGGE Duchess and Lady-in ting on Football Court, mcess on Fiesta Court ogram Manager, ess Club, tler Staff, ass Favorite, O. T. C. Sponsor, udent Council, fnior Follies. VIVIAN HARRELL Treble Clef, A Capella Choir, Sextette, Senior Follies. HOLT Varsity Football. "E" Club, Student Council, Class Officer, Ft. O. T. C., Who's Who, P. T. A. Awards, Senior Follies Boy's P. E. Leaders, ALICE MCCORD F. H. A., Senior Follies. Girl's P. E. Leaders, Seaubfw BILLIE ROSE LUTZ Honor, FAN MAR R. O. T. C., Senior Follies, Projector's Club, . 5.5: 1 -' 'Ff121::"w. 4 One of the many times throughout the year ' if when dancing is enjoyed gs the liootbc.'QlllCoroCi -. If? ' V ' . A queen is Crowne , coup es W lr, an fx- IAVIER HUERTA mime ' ' 11 fi b 11. ESTELA LOPEZ , " N' S' Football' Q goo time is H Y G Sr, National Honor .5 f il ' ":":' -5' ii wi- Class Officer, F. H. A., ,,,, , rf R. O. T. C., Senior Follies ,Qi M . Senior Follies. lO LEETA IONES Girl's P. E. Leaders, Senior Follies. LILLIAN IOSEPH F. H. A., Senior Follies. 153 JANE LAP1-'1:11TY,l Beauty, Class' Officer, D. E. Sweetheart, Senior Follies. CAROLYN l..ASlNl D. E.. Senior Follies. LEO MONTOYA N. S. Football, R. O. T. C., P. T. A. Awards. CARLOS ORTEGON R. O. T. C., Senior Follies. MARIA MONTELONGO Librar Club, F. H. AA, National Art Honor, Bow and Arrow Club, Senior Follies. R. O, T. C.. Senior Follies Sauna GEORGE STEWART National Art Honor, R. O. T. C., Senior Follies, DDIE MOWAD MARY SNOBARGER Slide Rule Club gtudent Council and Senior Follies WILLIE SOSA Track National Art Hone R. O. T. C., P. T. A. Awards, Senior Follies. WILLIS SEYFFERT lr. Kalevala, IULIETA OHTEGA Seniors like to congregate, and the coke mach- S- ljggogwllf lr. and Sr. ine seems to be the favorite hangout. With bot- Trifs ESX' Nqqionql Honor tles, 'in hand, students exchange remarks about Bgssrcleilor' Slide Rule Club' activities, dates, homework, and football. Quill qnd'ScmH MANUEL PACILLAS Varsity Football, Track, Boy's P. E. Leaders, "E" Club. R. O. T. C.. Senior Follies. OIficer's Club. Number Sense Club, Senior Follies. 154 N. R. A., R. O. T. C., Senior Follies, OIficer's Club. CARLOS REZA Track, National Art Honor, R. O. T. C., Senior Follies. I OI-IN SALAZAR E. and Sr. National . S. Football Slide 1Rule Club, R. O. . C., Senior Follies. I . ...HN-,,w, h4.,,L.- V ..v I , . .,A.-,Qi I --4.0. X, SHIRLEY STEWART N Ir. National Honor F. H. A.. D. E., Senior ALFRED TORRES N.R.A.. R. O. T C. v MARY HELEN YIP f Air. I Girl's F. H Stud Clas Bow Secr Cou A., I Senior Follies. Honor. Leader, Follies. RUBY LEE VECK gootball-Varsity 6 N, Shilt asketball. 3.15. Easebclgllh L d Class' Officer, "Ex Scmbl' ea er' Ir. Humane Society, N- R- A., Senior Follies. PABLO VILLALOBOS Senior girls look Iorward to a iossip session BERTHA ALVA Basketball-N S at the lunch table, A1thou?h mout s are full ol Girys P, E. Lender Track ' " good things to eat, the gir s can always manage F4 H. All Boss Ciefl to discuss the weekends happening and every- 511,-je Ru1e Club D. E.. Student Council, R. O. T. C., Senior Follies. 4- ' - .. '- - rep.,- OSCAR ARELLANO Bass Clel, A Capella Choir. . O. 'I' C. 5606044 WILLIAM ANAGNOSTOU Student Council, R. O. T. C. X one's latest crush. Number Sense, MARY ABOUD D. E., F. H. A. IOYCE ADLERII D. E., F. H. A.. Tigerettes. Senior Play, Senior Follies, O 155 R. O. T. C. Sponsor. CLAYTON APPLETON D. E.. Boy's P. E. Leader. BERTHA AGUIRRE Girl's P. E, Leader. IAMES BENCOMO Basketball, Football-N, S., Boy's P. E, Leader, Class Oflicer, R. O. T. C., Propector's Club, Senior Follies. HOWARD Band Senior Follies Protector s Club MARIA BLANCON, Girl's P. E. Leader Press Club, Tatler Staff, F. H. A., N. R. A., Student Council, Senior Follies. IANET BERTRAND N. R. A., Senior Follies. GEORGIA BEYS D. E, Girl's P. E. Leader, IACQUELINE saoimnus Latin Club, r. and Sr. National Honor, rincess on Football Court, Girl's P. E. Leader, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, F. H. A., N. R. A., Student Council, P. T. A. Award, Tri-Hi-Y. Senehu long hours of practice is what students in the Senior Play have to tace. But they don't really mind because when the bi ' , g night comes, they have the time oi their lives while their audience laughs, applauds, and sometimes cries. ,BILL BOYD l'- Varsity Football, F. F. A., N. R. A., R. O. T. C., Senior Follies. K, BEVERLY BOYD l , 41 Treble Clei A Capella Choi F. H. A. BETTY BLOOM F. H. A., Band, A Capella Choir. 156 'Bos BOONE 'T Yell Leaclexl, Spur Staff, N. R. A., Student Council, R. O. T. C., Radio Club, Varsity Tennis, Hi-Y CO-fd Council, Senior Follies. BILLY GRACE BRAND Librar Club, r. H. X., Student Council, Varsity Tennis, Senior Play, Senior Pol ies. MARCELLA BOUTWEI. Latin Club, Ir. and Sr. National E. Kalevala, alevala, Spur Staff, Girl's P. E. Leader Student Council, P. T. A, Award, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Follies. LNANCY BYRNE N RAUL CASTANEDA R. O. T. C. ,. XMAE CHEW N ENRIQUE BUSTAMANTE Pan American, Ir. National Honor, Slide Rule Club, N. R. A., Number Sense, R. O. T. C.. Rifle Team. Boss Clef, R. O. T. C., N. R. A., Slide Rule Club. K RICHARD COLEMANS ROSA CABALERO Girl's P. E. Leader, F. H. A.. D. E., O. T., Student Council, Class Officer. L' MARY ELLEN cAMPos X' R. O. T. C. Sopnsor, F. H. A., D. E., Student Council, Senior Follies. Football Court-Duchess, Seouafza f Civics is such fun when a class has lovel Miss'Michael as teacher. To slliow how much they like her, the students in the sixth period class dave a birthday party for Miss ichael, with presents, cake, cokes, and fun. COLLETTE CLINE Ir. National Honor, Ir. Kalevala, Football Court-Queen-Princess, Yell Leader, Gir1's P. E. Leader, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Class Officer Sweetheart ol F. F. A, rf'-' 'RQ FRANK CLAYTON Ir. and Sr. National Honor Kalevala, S ur Staff, Slide Rule Club. N. R. 1 Number Sense, R. O. T. C., Senior Follies. Ir. and Sr. National Honor Varsity Tennis, Student Council, P. T. A. Awards. 157 DAVID CISNEBOS Pan American, Boy's P. E. Leader. 5 ALAN cox-mv Student Council, Senior Pkg, One Act lay, Debate, Declamation, Tatler Staff, Press Club, Tennis, are rary Radio Club, Program Manager. PAUL CLARKE Basketball. Spur Staff, Boy's P. E. Leader "E' Club, N. R. A., Student Council. Class Officer, R. O. T. C.. Stage Manager, Senior Follies. l r i I l 1 ' . T. A. Awards. I ELIZABETH CRUMBLISS Senior Follies. 4 L I 3 I' BILL CULVER Q- lk. and Sr. National T, alevala llgouncilnfan-at-large. .N rogram Manager, , ,ur Stott-Editor, 'I EPHS Boy, 1' ass Favorite, l lide Rule Club. JR. O. T.. C., ' ticer s Club, ll ho's Who, v E" H, ANGELINA CORDERO Courtesy. MORTON EHRLICH R. O. T. C.. Senior Pla , Senior Folges. Seaubu ALFREDO CRUZ Football-Varsity, N.S. Track, Boy's P. E. Leader, Student Council, Class Ofiic r Al Sdpur Staff, i.rl's P. E. Leader Tri-Hi-Y, Librar Club, N. R. X.. R. o. T. c.,e ' P. T. A. Awards, Senior Follies. Student Council, Varsity Tennis, Senior Follies. IOHN EICHELMANN Slide Rule Club, N. R. A., R. O. T. C.. Latin Club. JAFRANKIE CUARONW S irit was hi h this football season. Our yell- B cl f yells at pe rallies an football games. Because ' Football-Varsity, leasers were hill of pet? and energy as they led VALERIA DELGADO ..E?F'C1eb' of teamwori and spirit, the Tigers beat Austin on Ir' National Honor' U I F. H. A., S: gnc., Thanksgiving Day-25 to 5. Nmigmcl An Honor' Senior Follies. EVELYN DALTON F. H. A. 158 lr. man , P. T. A, Awards, Seniolr Folges. AUGUSTIN DE LA CRUZ Baseball, R. O. T. C. IULIETA DELGADO Courtesy. LARBARA EVANS ational Honor Society, s P. E. Leader, C. Sponsor, A., ant Council, er's Club, try Club, rette. FU ED ESMAN Latin Club. Football-N.S., Basketball, "E" Club, N. R. A., Student Council, Class Officer, R. O. T. C.. ' Senior Follies. Sendofw CMARIA TERESA GUEREQUE U Football Court-Duchess, Councilman-atelarge. Girl's P. E. Leader, Press Club, Tatler Staff, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, F. H. A., Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y. Senior Follies. BETTY GRAHAM Pan American. Latin Club, Spur Staff. G-irl's P. E, Leader Tri-Hi-Y, Treble Clel. 4 BOB FRANCIS Football-Mcirl.. Basketball- gr., Baseball-Mgr.. Track-Mir., "E" Clu , R. O. T. C.. Senior Follies. MARY FIERRO DONALD FLAIZ N. R. A.. Student Council, R. O. T. C.. Senior Follies. A riot, indeed, was the Senior Follies. The girls and boys of the Hi h Senior Class revealed to the audience their gopes and dreams ol future careers, as they passed across the stage dressed in costumes ol color and original design. CELIA GONZALES Latin Club, F. H. A., D. E. IUDITH GOGGIN Latin Club, lr. National Honor, Ir. and Sr. Kalevala, Spur Stall, Girl's P. E. Leader, Tri'Hi-Y, Number Sense Club. Senior Follies. ESTELA GARClA R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Otlicer's Club, F. H. A., Senior Follies. DIXIE GIPSON 159 D. E. 5' viRGiN1A GILLETT t Ir. Kalevala, Ir. and Sr. National Honor, Vice-President ol Student Body, Spur Stalt, Girl's P. E. Leader, All E. P. H. S, Girl, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Student Council, Number Sense Club. Otficer's Club, P. T. A. Awards. Senior Follies. BOBBY HADLOCKX Football Court-Duchess, Varsity Tennis, Glrl's P. E. Leaders, Treble Clei, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Libratx' Club, N. R. .. Oificer's Club, A Capella Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Radio Club, Senior Follies. BERTHA GUTIERREZ F. H. A. Tatler Stall. Sencbfze CHRISTINE KEILY Library Club, Varsity Tennis. DICK HARDIN CEDRIC HUSTACE R. O. T. C., gr'eiGEf'L?g'f1' Senior Follies. IRVING KATZ Latin Club, Ir. National Honor Slide Rule Club, Student Council, R. O. T. C., Varsity Tennis, Football-N.S. MARK HOWELL RUSSELL HARDING Latin Club' lr. National Honor, lr. and Sr. National Honor, N. R. A., Program Manager, Student Council, Football-Varsity, R.O.T.C., N. R. A., Senior Band, Student Council, R. O. T. C. SHIRLEY HATFIELD Latin Club, Varsity Tennis, Press Club, Taller Stall, F. H. A., Slide Rule Club, Student Council, Number Sense Club. Senior Play, Senior Follies. IOE HERNANDEZ Ir. National Honor, Track, Boy's P. E. Leader, "E" Club. N. R. A., R. O. T. C.. Senior Play, Senior Follies. The day the Senior rings came was a happy one lor all Seniors. They had waited a long time, and now that the rings were here, Seniors were waiting in lines, comparing rings, and beaming with pride as they could now prove that they were really Seniors. 160 PEDRO HERRERA Baseball. Track, "E" Club, R. O. T. C. Q 1-:i.1zABi-:Tx-I HONEY! G . H I. Yr I' '.'.u'. fnomr: KEMP l Latin Club, Football Court-Duchess, Fiesta Court-Princess and Duchess, Yell Leader, Girl's P. E. Leader, Class Favorite, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Student Council, Class Officer, Senior Play, Who's Who, F. H. A. MARY KILBURN Ir. National Honor. GirI's P. E. Leader, Tatler Staff, F. H. A., Tigerettes, N. R. A.. Senior Follies, Tri-Hi-Y. OLLY KOPILOWITZ 1 Club, ind Sr. National Honor, ind Sr. Kalevala, rle Clel, lent Council, 'Ii-Y, or Follies, er Stall. Swine FRANK LUIAN Baseball, "E" Club, R. O. T. C., P. T. A. Awards. , PAUL LUCKETTE Pan American, Ir. and Sr. National Hon. Yell Leader, Football Manager, Baseball Manager, Slide Rule Club. "E" Club, Class Ollicer, Who's Who, P. T. A. Awards, Ollicer's Club. Hi-Y. 4 IOHNNY LOCKE Girrs P. E. Leader, Tatler Staff FEREN KLEIN F. H. AV, ' Sociology Club. N. R. A., Q Since revealing dreams ot future occupations h h I h S ' F ll' h 'l Radio Club, Ir. Humane Society. was t e t eme 0 t e enior o ies, t ese girs RICHARD KOHNLE did some revealing too. "Just like the Rockettesu MARIA LEYVA N, R- A., was a comment made as pretty legs danced out R. O. T. C. LOUIS LAMA "E" Club. N. R. A.. Class Officer, R. O. T. C.. Bass Clel, Track, Football-Varsi W Senior Follies. Tatler Stall. and N. S. a routine to Down Yonder. i I Press Club, Tatler Stall, Tigerettes, F. H. A. 161 1' MARY KATE LAW 1 Girl's P. E. Leader. SHIRLEY LEE Latin Club, Ir. and Sr. National Hon Jr. and Sr. Kalevala, Spur Stall, Girl's P. E. Leader, OIlicer's Club, Trl-Hi-Y, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Senior Follies. - HUMBOLDT MANDELL ly I GLENN MARSHX X- Basketball, Baseball, Track, Boy's P. E. Leader, National Art Honor, "E" Club, Class Officer, R. O. T. C., Officer's Club, Senior Follies, Who's Who. Ir. and Sr. National Honor, Ir. and Sr. Kalevala, Vice-President of Student Body, Track, Sgur Staff, " " Club, N. R. A., Student Council, Class Officer, Number Sense Club Who's Who, P. T. A. Awards. ALDA. MARTINA Latin Club, F. H. A., Senior Follies. 1 , i 1 K . r ftfffsrfzifv 1 filf A + . 5271i ' if .1 ww' ,..:::::'.,:...-.e... Ms re isiwf. ' . . . i Qasiw H W ' . -.is 5 'rggssttgirit -wk: X' -z ww " ..I'2. "f.".' ' 7t4"i'WB1I+ gg ,.,gx2-i fsyw 'v -.J .- ,ywmg g .- Hiiitifiwl ,-mt jf, - , 'fgfi V lg K 'cmzuiv f wry Wu ANTHONY MARTINEZ eg :Q T J N- R- A-f if z - H- 0- T- C- f f BETTYE MARTINEZ Girl's P. E. Leader, Press Club, Tatler Staff, R. O. T. C. Sponso F. H. A., N. R. A., Student Council. HECTOR MORIEI.. Senavw SOLEDAD MORALE F. H. A. RICHARD MOORE Ir. National Honor, F. F. A., N. R. A., R. O. T. C. E CRISTINA MENDOZA Treble Clef, F. H. A., A Cappella F. DOLORES MARTINEZ Tigerettes, National Art Honor. "We, the Senior Class of Ianuary 1952, do make this, our last will and testament. . . " The Senior will-everything from seats in the audi- torium to nicknames and boyfriends is bequeath- ed. by the High Seniors to the students remain- ing behind. 162 TOM MCCURLEY R. O. T. C.. Rifle Team. PATRICIA MCKINS Library Club, A Cappella FRANCES MORRILL Ir. National Honor, Girl's P. E. Leader, F. H. A., Student Council, OSCAR RIOS Boy's P. E. Leader, Bass Clef, N. R. A.. Student Council, R. O. T. C., CELESTINO NAIERA Boy's P. E. Leader, N. R. A.. R. O. T. C., Band. Wha's Who, Varsity Tennis, Band-Drum Major. I' SWYYEWY if X Q2 " illylswrvkflzil Mu . t et f X " 41.3, Sr rw? f sw QM? Wifi I W? A ,,.,. -. X. ws. 'SR wwf: ss A MQ 5 .535 r it f it i Q - I wil.: li I ,Q X 1 H lt 2 as Q X if MW. ,,. 5 E. l X kr . 4., . K fi' I . . . f if li it 5 a. 1" li I 13 S i 5 LUCILA PANDO Ir. National Honor. Sendau SHIRLEY RASBERRY Pan American, R. O. T. C.. Debate, Senior Follies. BARBARA NICHOL, E. IandPSE. Ixtlatignal Honor, ir s . . ea , Ir. Kalevala. Treble Clefl ers A Cappella Sextette. EDWARD NUNEZ Basketball, Baseball, Boy's P. E. Leader, R. O. T. C. "It's all over now! I thought I would never make it down that aisle," To t e strains ol "Pomp and Circumstance", the Seniors marched down the aisle. Dressed in cap and gown, they looked sedate and dignified, but the tears on their cheeks revealed that dawn inside the were re- ally sorry to leave our school on the ll-itll IVIRGINIA REYNOLDS I Fiesta Court-Duchess National Art Honor Soc D. E. MIKE POLLEY Varsity Football, Basketball, Boy's P. E. Leaders, Bass Clef, + --E" Club, . .,.. Class Officer, H R. O. T. C., Senior Follies, , ,,,,, ix . We S' f - my N, : ,. ' F32 . ,WW E I lit ' g wgh 3 , WX gc 1 l ' P S I . I igx X . . Mt Qtr: x K W is ,A if me Q L 4 ,wx ig,4,kX+ K I ,Q s M ix 2 I if .i s NX 'SFX w 2 fig? S I .. I gg Q jr X Q. r 1 is ,N ,it Trqckv rift: ' ROBERT PEINADO Pan American Varsity Football Student Council Slide Rule Club E lub N R A Student Council - Number Sense Club, - Z H. o. T. c. H i -Y Who's Who. H are c SAK li we' "l" I ' 163 IEANENE PETERSEN A Fiesta Court Duchess, Spur Stall Girls P E Leader Most Beautilul Girl R O T C Sponsor Oliicer s Club, F. H. A. Student Council Tri-Hi-Y, Who's Who, Senior Follies, fRICHARD POE Track, Boy's P. E. Leaders Bass Clef, N. R. A., OlIicer's Club Senior Follies. . X CATHERINE ROGOWSKI Latin Club, Ir. and Sr. National Honor, Ir. and Sr. Kalevala, Spur Staff, Girl's P. E. Leaders, Student Council, Number Sense Club, Who's Who, P. T. A. Awards, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Follies. QAMES ROGERSN Latin Club, Ir. and Sr. National Honor, Kalevala, President of the Student Body, Football-Varsity, N. S., Basketball, Spur Staff, Quill and Scroll, "E" Club, Student Council, Class Officer, Who's Who. F. H.A. JUNE ROSENBERG Ir. National Honor, Football Court-Duchess, Spur Stall, Girl's P. E. Leader, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Student Council, Class Ollicer, Olticer's Club. f SAMMY SCHNEIDER l Tatler Staff, F. F.A.. N. R. A., R. O. T. C. it Bru. SANFORD Si Varsity Football, Track, Class Favorite, "E" Club, R. O. T. C., Who's Who, Senior Follies, Co-Captain of the All District Team. Seaview BERTHA ROIAS EVANGELINA SANCHEZ . W. ,Wy ' i i MM Here are the High Seniors again, tugging away . IOANNE SALOMEY. Girl's P. E. Leader, Press Club, Tatler Stall, Majorette, Tigerettesi F. H. A.. Student Council, Senior Follies. - ' E - 7 at a pillar of the school. lt seems they would like .Q3 to take just a little remembrance ot E.P.H.S. with ' them-something that wouldn't be missed. ALEXANDER Ruiz llql i " N ' ijf f X. r- ' W .iwwrmiif fn. iii fl A li 1 fill-4Ss?Z.,:?gf9?1li5?5i iii P if Y L 5 1 ' lt CARLOS RUIZ Latin Club. Ir. National Honor, Football-Varsity, N. S., Basketball, Track. Bass Clef, "E" Club. Student Council, R. O. T. C., Senior Follies. CARMEN SALAZAR I 164 l I Spur Staff, N. R. A., R. O. T. C.. EVERETT RUNTE Library Club, Proiector's Club, Senior Follies. DANIEL SEPULVEDA Latin Club, N.R.A., R.O.T.C , Senior Band. QSANDRA SCOTTENX -- Pan American, Latin Club, Program Manager, Spur Staff, Treble Clef, N.R.A,, Ollicei's Club, N.R,A., Class Olficer, Senior Play, Wh ' Wh o s o, Senior Follies. GAYLE SEXTON Latin Club Ir Kalevala Spur Stall R O T C Sponsor Number Sense Senior Play P T A Awards Radio Club Olficer s Club Girls P E Leaders 1 Senchu ARMANDO SUSARREY Girl's P. E. Leaders, P.T.A. Awards. BILL STEWART Class Favorite F F A Who s Who I DONALD SMITH '. X N.R.A., ' Band, R.O.T.C., Proiector's Club. ANA MARIA SIERRA No the Senior class isn't waving to the photo- 'VPEGGY SPALDING gropher. Instead, those hands are in the air to count as votes for our nominations for queen, F.H,A, princess, and duchess of the 1952 El Paso High Spring Fiesta. Gir1's P. E. Leaderf, Treble Clel, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, DE., gIgcer'slClugh V m-ilE'31Ff " ""' ROMA SMITH Pan American, F.H.A., Student Council, Senior Band, Historical Society, Senior Follies. 165 BING SOO HOO D.E., R.O.T.C. LOUISE STRAIN Latin Club, Ir, and Sr. National Hon Spur Stall, Girl's P. E. Leaders, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, Officer's C ub, Student Council, Number Sense, Tigerettes, Senior Play, N11-:is SORENSEN I Basketball, N.R.A., Student Council, R.O.T.C., Senior Follies, Ollicer's Club. L KATHERINE TAYLOR Latin Club, Slide Rule Club. RACHEL TORRES Girl's P. E. Leader Press Club, Tatler Stall, Student Council, Senior Band, Senior Follies. IANICE TAYLOR Tatler Staff, Senior Follies. Samba HECTOR WATT Ir. National Honor, Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball Boy's P. E. Leader "E" Club, N.R.A., R.O.T.C.. Senior Follies, Student Council. I ROSA TEIEDA IACK WALTRIP Pan American. NB-A.. "To be or not to be' That is the question: BETTY THORNTON Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer Baller Safxfl' . The slings and arrows ol outrageous fortune, mgdty enms' Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,- Senior Follies. ESTELLA TRILLO A senior class concentrates on Hamlet, as Miss Foster acts out the play with spools and a tiny stage on her desk. 166 Ollicer's Club, R.O.T.C. ,,...., ge. ,. -fi.: .,,., ,Tl MARLENE WATERSON Ir. National Honor A Cappella Choir Humane Society, N.R.A. . K . Y . . Lt Hmm, . eww :fm mint. is., J :zz-SQL' A 531 it A. . ,M 5 it A. ir.. . .Q 32 'Zz l sf vs! matrix, . 4 ,, we fs- ialiftg Q , .WH I 3 sw I N Qfftiw WILLIAM VERTREES F.F.A., R.O.T.C., P.T.A. Awards. MARY HELEN VIIIL Football Court Prince Girl's P. E. Leader Press Club, Tatler Staff, F.H.A., Senior Follies. MARGARET WERTHMANN Library Club, F.H.A. BILL WELSCH D.E. A Cappella Choir. Sauna F.H.A., RHEA ZISSMAN Ir. Humane Society. ELLA IANE WEST GEORGE ZENTENO F.H.A., Ir. National Honor, Treble Clef, Boy's P. E, Leader, Slide Rule Club, P.T.A. Awards. KAY ZEUGNER Courtesy. 141 MARLENE WINTROUB F.H.A., Ir. Humane Society. F.H.A., VIRGINIA WOOD Ir. National Hon , Football Court-Duchess, Fiesta Court-Duchess, Girl's P. E. Leader. R.O.T.C, Sponsor, F.H.A., Student Council, Class Officer, Tri-Hi4Y, Officer's Club. Student Council. Ir, Humane Society. Not a scene of the future, but only a group of GQANNE WINDBERGN modern dancers trying to compose a dance to GEQRGE ZACOUR x Lmin Club, express' their feelings toward a primitive musical Bqskegbquy lr. National Honor, C0mP0S1f10Y1- 167 Baseball. Track, N.R.A., R,O,T.C. Who WOODUL X of Student Body, ity. icil. Follies, CPATSY YARBROUGH Senior Follies. who 09 gs x0 o e e xg gowtluow 5 0 x ex e-00-3,e9 oftoxos Q05 -viagxfbgg ox QOY' faq Q60 X , o e 1, 5' e Q0 X, 'fx fx S4093 QQ -x. .oo soo QW -Nl ax YNONLZ "?SX4"l C 'o 60095 xe 5- 9909 V0 G we Q0 we' 4 wt? Qtoo Weise- Q -Sgr Q q, cs M- 009213-1. 55 O. 0 0 15 Q09 '00 ea WK006 X06 sito .ixoogigoflgxv 2,061 onoxl Og 0 X A O. 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Q K A Egg ,, H' 'E L ik X f. ,Q -.5 IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS FALL AND SPRING 1951-1952 SPRING OFFICERS-CLASS OF FALL 1953 FRED SOUFLEE-President ggRLOS NAVARETTE-Vxce-President RA MIRANDA-Secretcr REYMUNDO AGUILAR-Ye11 Leader FALL OFFICERS-CLASS OF FALL 1952 MIKE AGUIRRE-President RUDY QUINONES-Vice-President ESTELLA CARRERA-Secretary FIDEL BARRON-Yell Leader FALL OFFICERS-CLASS OF SPRING 1953 IOHN DOUGLASS-President BILL SCHNEIDER-Vice-President RQSA RAMIREZ- Secretary ROBERT REYES-Reporter IAY SILVA-Yell Yecder SPRING OFFICERS-CLASS OF SPRING 1953 -' DON HARDEN-President' IOHN DOUGLASS-Vice-President RONALD CALHOUN-Secretary RONALD MCCARTY-Reporter I. O. STEWART-Yell Leader ELAINE IEAN IOE IRMA I-LECTOR X ABBOTT A ABERSOLD ABRAHAM ACOSTA AGUILAR x eauhu ROBERTO HUMBERTO ROWLAND ARTHUR . AMADOR AMPARAN ANDERSON APODACA E Q xii F x 54 '33-I' .' ' ,Ka , , Avlg, 1. fI I ffw QM in ,F IRL I 5, 2 I I I , . ff 32 " -3 Qi 'wfimifew '55 4 1 L 35: , , A335 -I :L 'f:2if.:::g, 2 .4: Kwlmimmrekis w .imwvzeicf S TONY AGUILAR MICHAEL AGUIRRE RAUL ALARCON PHILIP ALVA RICARDO ALVAREZ I O ANN AMADOR MALCOLM BARRETT ERNESTINA BARRIENTOS BARBARA BREESE BARBARA BROUGHTOYA IOHN BROWN MAURICE BRYSON IOANNE X BUCHANANX FIDEL ALICE BARRON BAUTISTA BEATRICE CARRANZA BEATRICE CARRASCO ESTELLA CARRERA N GARY CROW TOMMY DE LAS CASAS AURELIO DE LA TORRE HUMBERTO DE LA TORRE MERVILLE DARNALL PATRICIA DAUGHERTY EVELYN DAVIS NEI-SON JERRY DON CHRISTOBAI.. RSPRRANZA IOHN PINK X I-'LACK FLINT rI.oRIzs, IR. I'I.oRfs FLORES JOSEPH ' Fnsrz caziou DAMON GARBERN THELMA GARCIA CYNTHIA GARBRECHT F ELIPE GARCIA SERGIO GUERRERO ARLENE arm: Lou N LAURA FREDDY I GRAI-IAM GRIFFIN GROSSMAN 1 FRANKY , X HADLOCK LUIS GARCIA. IR. GUERR , LLOYD HAMILTON f'T's SIMON GARCIA www www- YN- M44 IIMMY HADDAD IOHN HALEY DON HARDEN E1 ria :nmwm . 25312 A13 A ASVQAJJ BOB PAT BILL BOB - HARRIS ix HART HARTSHORN HEMLEY X A K P N K A Y :H .5 A sf R ' F 4 v, J , X , :kj N 3 4' A vs .X :gem-.: 5.53 fl, ,4 1195 M' A A i . K '21 R 1 ,X ix f-WILLIAM A mvm -, .-:i': -. QP , R s , Q N if S' A i . NORMAN JAMES ' WILMA X KAERWER fHECTOR A HOLGUIN 'KK di gap 'md Wm KC. L 51 , 5,: h,'w' A A A xx A 52 ESTHER HERNANDEZ ELOISA HERRERA I CHARLES X ' HERRERA g ' 3 PADDY HOGAN X ROSALIA LANDA SANDRA 6, KING A CAMILLA ' LANDAVAZd FRED KYLE BERNARD "-K V: KATZ x N ' QI'YI-If1cg12I?s1.12Y RUTH KEY ROMONA N Q HUNTER Y 2 , 5 A E x f Q, VICTORIA LARA IACK LAPPE IOSE LOPEZ ANNA LORANCA FHALFRED LOWENBERG ARMANDO LUEVANO RONALD MCCARTY ROBERT PETE PEPITA DAVID MAYHAL1. MEDRAN O MELENDRES N MELTON MARY N AI ERA T' X W, f""' 3 DELIA N AVARRO BE'I'l'IE NEWSOME MARY LOUISE PETER NICHOLS MORRAN 179 K 4 KROSA I I .,:. Q .f- Q I iq WU I I I SERGIO IOY RANK DEBBY RODOI-FO I rLAlgxE??N2SgQ PEREZ PIERSON F PORTILLO I POTTER N QUINONES IOSE PERALES EIJILCISIEENE YOLANDA REYES RAMIREZI RAMON RAMOS DOROTHY LARRY LUPE ELSTELLA RITTER ROBERTS RODELA RODRIGUEZ RAUL ROIAS I STEVE IRQAQ ROSENBERG ROBERT REYESR PAT RUCKER ,O .-,., ,. 'Y:ARo1.E Q SADLERN VICTOR SALAS SALVADOR SALAS MIGUEL SALAZAR ,.., 'CT i 54 if I' W! 3, If, Ks Iii Y . 2 5? U gk HN' T ' 41 I-f I 'vw v , I gi E M, X nw 8 lv X .if?fQ3iJ's' 1 . f..' A I , LT Q.. K - Q xy: Q mm AMEEIA MIGUEL EDWARD GEUNA SALAZARN sA1.oM sALoM SANDERS AIEARABIA O dlttdld F PHILIP SONNICHSEN 3 43' 'I Q if ' T N ,, ,bl MANUEL SILVAS BETTY BETTYE SKIPPER SMITH , ANN SPRINGE DONALD STEWART R .1 f LORY if TALPIST .T wifi I - " V .,,, ..,,. ., T 5 Q f 5 A ' . L PHYLLISN I 1 Q T STEVENS, , T ,nf T,,, T '19 "9 y y , .E A 351 8 is I 3. l 4 " T. I E ,T ROBERT ' SNAPP I .,., :,. ROBERT I 'I if SOUDA EE' g sfi ' I T .5 "5 I Ht "'V it -I TT.-f SPIER ' I ' S f 1 15 I 5 IANE SEIEE X, 'E I BILL SCHNEIDER IOYCE SCHNEIDER 5 IACK SCHULLER 7 CRUZ SERRANO C SHIHLEEN SHAEPLEY ' mv K srLvA -, ' 5 J . T 'TT QSM? SIIF3' s 4' 'Ik ', zgew , if T gm: .- L, .. 1 ' ANN X . MARGARETNY C TITTMANN T1TUs . I MARTHA CONSUELO MARTHA ROY VALENCIA VALLES VANCE 'NANCY WOODSIDE Q 'v.g ,. 8 3 "" A 24 I ' as A it All 5 If 19 A H EI A,,A A 1 f ,. 2, fm f J, J '15 i 1-Q M x ag sign 2 E m sg A ,. . 1 A V , . I - 5-.E 5 , W ,as w w- SANDRA WOLFE CLARK WRIGHT DON YELTON DON YOUNG 182 D 0 iv 3 ,H fa 5 HJ Q' I' gp ww .,,v i s - sr 1 QQf 4 if Q K Q sv Mslffxii 4-I f " f . ,M -W -wi fx if A r' 2 ' 3 ,, AW :I Z Q 5 A 4 ,ti fr , 'LJ 1,Lnw-W' I Q fi? 14 'XJ' my Ni SOPI-IOMORE CLASS OFFICERS FALL AND SPRING 1951-1952 FALL OFFICERS CLASS OF IANUARY 1954 FRED SOUFLEE-President MAGDALENA ADANTO-Vice-President RICARDO AGUILAR-Secretary REYMUNDO AGUILAR-Yell Leader FALL OFFICERS CLASS OF MAY 1954 BOBBY AGUILAR-President HARRIS HATFIELD-Vice-President MARY FRANCES ZANER-Secretory MARY BLANCHE POLLEY-Yell Leader SPRING OFFICERS CLASS OF MAY 1954 MARY BLANCHE POLLEY-President MARIAN HEGSTED-Secreiury SAMMY HADDAD-Ye11 Leader S MARGARET AGUILAR RICARDO AGUILAR HOPE ABRAHAM 4 'iw , ,. . .N 5 g n- 5 1, if A ESTELLA ALDACO ANNA MAE ALLEN ABEL ALVARADO zunx 3 . gg' Q5'5i'fIiAgigI M . 12, i- Y- 1., .9 1. e W H M I f f ' , jg ' f I ' 5 ELVIRA ALARCON IOSE ALVA ALBERTO AMAYA :i xg J I X Wm .Q ' Q. R Us 93? ,U ,f'Q 5 1 gi W1- ivqzxf .3 ' . I v ww I REYMUNDO AGUILAR MARIA ELENA AMAYA PAUL H. ANDERSON NORA ARMENDARIZ 185 Mmm BOBBY ADAU?gqE A AGUILAR 5 PAUL ANDERSON ERNEST ARANDA CHARLIE ARMIIO -5. ., I I, ir -if' if 'Wm ,Q W35 ,Israh5gZ15'1i,Igif amz: X KE IRENE ARREDONDO MARY BAEHR OMA I-'AYE BAILEY IERRY BAKER . ,,,f, al," Q 'K ,,, Q4 'nw ,. I ! .K ,QW . .A ff., '- 53ifiv.472f:S?2 ' 5511-.Ui , I 3 ' 1. . r:v.gJ-::1E,f,urt:S: , Q . A p- I 1 'I 5-Vfgiygif ' I an-F5 Q3 J, 'Qu aw Y 1 ifp i rf LUPE AGUILAR RICHARD BACKER IACK BAILEY GERALDINE. BAKER f4ANNA MARYX A BARELA I FQ . A S . 1 ., f U fix KZF IQ I :ws-f,, N' IIITU Bud? 5 -15:5 fix?" . f:" I .,,: , . ,.,.. A A53 Rl? J. .....,, : EW ,235 A WV. ,, , L .4 ,T .9, A Q A QE A Ts f -W ' in . ,. 2 T IOHNNY BITTICKS 254 f 2 -.gl MARY LEOPOLDO ELIZABETH BARRAZA BARRIENTCS BARRON HELEN BENSON LOUIS BETH BORLAND BRAY Bos MARY SUE BRAZELL BREWSTER NANCY MANUEL BROWN BUSTAMANTE ALICE HORTENSIA CARRERA CARRANZA SONIA A, CARSCALLEN 'Q LKAY CARTER H. P A CHARLES A A CASTILLO -A A,r, 5Ml"' NFL fx ' 4? A . X ALICE CARTAGEN A CARLOS CASTANEDA LILY CASTILLO EMMA BAUTISTA KENNETH BORDEN CHARLEY BENTLEY GUILLERMO BLANCO i LOUANN X DANIEL R CAUSEY CHAVEZ RAFAEL EISIE CHAVEZ CHEW A ag 4 1 :I+ ? . S 3 li Y ky ..,, 1 ,EW I , ,ry Ai , K, , 1 ff W 'Ra S GENE COYKENDALL IERRY DAUGHERTY , ' E-any I I Q ,-4Ik f'- ef A I, if , TI- A iq. 1 A I5 J A "K L' . Q GEORGIA DESENTIS RICHARD DIEYOE IULIE DITTMER U 5. Riff- BEATRICE CHILDERS EDMUNDO DeANDA IIMMY DILLON LUPE DOBLADO ERI: 2,9 2 . AX OLOA MARY LOU ROGELIO CONSTANTAKIS CORDERO CORDOVA MARY 3 DAEUBLE ROsE NORMAN EISENEERO EKERY JOHNNY CAROL EI.1As ELLIOT ni. DOROTHY X ELLIO ELLIS REYMUNDO MITCHELL EASCARCIGA ESPER IILI. X PAT DONOHUE DONOHUE ROSE SAMIIEI. DOW DUKE f SANDRA HERBERT EATMAN EHRLICH , :fi Sf? M, I EE, Qi Egg N ' L:-4. 54: '15 Q 252 7vikIIL:J . " I gg 5 187 I HI X I I E AN X 4 K 4 I 3,1115 + X .1211 RTM I , I I J I gl ,I q .. 'L Wyt RERLINDA NELDA CECILE N ESOUEDA FARRIS FEINER ALLEN TOMMY FRIEDMAN GABRIEL I KATI-IERINEN IESUS M GALINDO GALLEGOS HARRY ALRREDO GARBAR GARCIA ANGELINA ALFONSO GARCIA GARIBAY EMMA GAVIDIA I A ANTONIA . . GONZALEZ ' ZIQZVJEIQEN E, RAFAEL " I GONZALEZ Rv IL f .WM I fa J ' b Av, , A I M , I RM' In E ' I 1 A A A v X yy S A ,as ,. , II , A ' as 3 ,gn I- hi If V I a, ,W I I W. -::2.':" I.: , 'l" 'T A A, -I :,.:I I Z- 'I R! I , SANDRA FLAIZ LMARILYN GOLBERG C ELIA GONZALEZ RENE GONZALEZ Af Afifgfaf ,gm . -v 'XII' A ,- :Q fi! In LIAR S BERNICE FERRIS 5 if vga? 4 M f Wm! :- fy If A621351 sm. 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In I i t I Aucm amz I Q MARVIN RUNTE H- , I -Vg-1 , W, 3 MARGARITA Toms ' I . is I ., - A . 4,1 2: , 45, .. 32.1-f,!5. .J E 218 A ,J ,lf V f, 1 4,:'.'...f . . . . v 5541 -M-5,1 ,rf - f f 5!I?2i2?'f fix : -f5ff..r'w' " 1554545 -x , , Wwe Xi 5 Q vm '33, 1252 JW WY 3 535 55525 fb I' xt lzni. 2 M W -. L Qaisiw ll If f gwkgsgge V 3 fl Q weak: A. ff fl wxkdjlgeyfw . I ,,., V471 fl 11551 - ff, gheeSpur, staff to pulzlmeh the Spur.,We. gratefully ,ac mdzg"peopleiQvhee,lmave its. ' ' far fheirpaiience and maersfamaang while 1 N , I Ak A K Mass Thompson for their help m edxtmg some of the this please? and their eagerness always to help us out: e-:I ' . ,, ff ,gf 1 ' . ,, L- A. P . w',.f'-f'2 p1ctures aid for being Lf., f.,., ' -,fggQrd,,ffE' Y , . 5 f e f ff 1 y a .. AI. V 1 4 Z' if ' 1 v. f TEXAS-ARIZONA MOTOR FREIGHT, INC. In+ers+a+e Common Carrier i Phoenix, Arizona Phone 3-1129 Nogales, Arizona Phone 664 Los Angeles Phone AN 3-3886 Lordsburg, N. M. Phone 2 El Paso, Texas Phone 3-2605 Douglas, Arizona Phone 821 Tucson, Arizona Phone 4-0466 Bisbee, Arizona Phone 972 Yuma, Arizona Cali Us for Efficieni Truck Service Complimenis of C. U. Lee Insurance Agence I405 Firs+ Na+ionaI Bank Building , Bti QS . -B+ kgs Leon .Q-'IL kno--9 Yak' In - Nm SANTA FE FURNITURE CO. Good Furni+ure - Lower Prices "A Call Will Convince You" Ph01le 3-5031 301-303 S. Stalltml St. EL PASO, TEXAS F. 67 "When in need of I ' r see xg B. WHITE TYPEWRITER CO. LYON AND COMPANY 300 South Ochoa St. EL PASO, TEXAS Tel. 2-3653-4-5 L. D. 58 Your S+udebaker Dealer In EI Paso CASNER MOTOR CO. 60I Wyoming S'I'ree+ Esfablished l907 Elite -4'aane6zq 5 Elemwzc THE HOME OF SPIC AND SPAN 408-420 S. Oregon S'I'. For Anyfhing in Music See EI Paso's Complefe Music Sfore TRI-STATE MUSIC CO. Since 1919 220 N. Stanton Street STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CHARLIE TUPPER SERVICE Dial 2-2455 400 N. Stanton T l 2 1011 PARKING El Paso, Texas 5 0 0 GUARANTEE on you, dia, SHOE COMPANY qylj, TWO ENTRANCES .Elm C513 211 E. San Antonio FIN suo sooo WaHs fEiey3905 , f uv' " .7 1 N I A :fy ff G91-I GW. ff M UAW BOOKER LUMBER QUI0 I TRADE AND SUPPLY CO. VW My U34 Cars ,wg ,ucks WHOLESALERS D0 kk wp 171119101 R COMPANY SEE Us FOR ROOFING OF ALL KINDS al W1 614 Myrtle Ave. 1817 MagoffinA fdfnr, EIP T as , Phone 2-1653 F71 I 19 X 1-1 C WS 1 ge V I , ,QETVLT X' -fc.. I 'E ' MMV Z ' r ows PETE AND sAM's n f B ,f coNoco STATION ,wie-L41 N 9404541414 M A L E Y BUILDING MATERIAL CO. THE BEST MATERIALS FOR EVERY PURPOSE 1024 East Overland Street D l 2 5181 El Paso, T as COMPLIMENTS OF BARRETT MOTOR CO. YOUR UPPER VALLEY FOOD DEALER Anthony Phone Sou 69 wiilfw' COMPLIMENTS OF S M A L' S EL PASO'S FINER SPECIALTY SHOP 705 N. Mesa Dial 2-4791 907 N' Mesa El Paso, Texas JAMES Q. BYRNE CO., Inc. GREETINGS BEAUTY SALON SUPPLIES Dlal 3-2621 Mills and Mesa 315 Mills St. D l 3 1401 El Paso Texas 2 8-M 0' ' xy 4. 9Qf9fPyYff2' fg,53f4,J X I 1 I 0' 5 l in ,lx N 5 X ' N ' x,- I- V I , A, J ,A M ei...,,. P,,,?5j1l X ' Q un er . H-L C in 1 'U' I 1 jx, A 19? ce 41,14 a e L w NI' . 4' ffs' wx 4N0 , df 436 ogy XO l 1 ,' 1' E ' ' uw! Q? ff N MILL wx ,gf if w . fwiai 5 MW 5? Y il m RSM P7 dH d jj i9pf, ffjvil-IITE sPuR QMJ Robert E. cKee6 A GENERAL CONTRA TOR, INC. 2 N jJ V09 CB' wer I f M Iggy NEW M XI LAHQIK L A CAI R f. 5. MOJQGH fqncl 50414 ACTORS and ENGINEERS EL PASO. TEXAS f 152 fifyifjxy rigw Davis-Williams Mo+or Co. 1000 Texas Street Willis-O'Donohue Mofor Co. Distributors for HUDSON MOTOR CARS Dial 2-6561 PONTIAC AUTOMOBILES Box 642 GMC TRUCKS Oregon at Arizona El Paso, Texas CROSS NURSERY CO. Tom Mays, Mgr. LANDSCAPING, EVERGREENS, ROSES, SHRUBS, TREES A Complete Lille of Acclimated Stock On Highway 80 Just Above Country Club Crossroads Lindberg Dr. 2-9381 COMPLIMENTS OF Edmondson Moior Service 704 North smnum 2-2221 PISTON RING SPECIALIST 222 COMPLIMENTS OF THE TEXAS STORE "Piece Goods Department" EL PASO, TEXAS MAYFLOWER BAK "SPECIAL CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Ph 3 6441 40 ERY 7N COMPLIMEN TS OF NORTON BROTHERS Complimenfs of YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL A F R I E N D AND ENGINEERING SUPPLIES MM Q 112 T as st. 2 2439 COMPLIMENT OF The M adm 'r 5. gc 0 , S11-QKQJ fQZ"WwLU"Q D E A N 'S Grocery and Markei' 217 Cincinnati St. "GOOD THINGS TO EAT" Open an account and ' save at the UNION FURNITURE CO. 205-15 s. stanton st. 3-2486 C om plimentf 0 f QUICK TIRE SERVICE 900 N. Mesa at Montana E1 Paso, Texas GOODYEAR 'rmzs - MOBILGAS 6. on. L. Armstrong, Mgr. Phone 2-5645 WELLS GARAGE COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING BODY WORK AND PAINTING 800 Wyoming Phone 3-2242 El Paso, Texas v CONGRATULATIONS Ponsford Brothers GENERAL CONTRACTORS 9I4 E. Missouri S+. EI Paso, Texas AMERICAN GROCERY CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 909 South El Paso St. Dial 3-3445 or 3-3446 THE TEX-SUN Laundry and Cleaners 1431 Texas Street 2-4681 ' Congrafulaiions and sincere besi wishes for success Southe Un ion Gas Helping Build fhe Greai' Soufhwesi' - E. M. Kelley, Dist Mgr from the press of .. ,F up f' f 4 D X I 1 ,DJJ X5 rf pc, 13 no S' 1 0, X J J WA U Y N E S J ' 'fl PRINTING COMPANY "Makers Q' Good Impressions" 620 NORTH STANTON EL PASO, TEXAS 225 ' F . 5 r MP ME 0561 ' t JLCLLAQ-Z! Z 11' ,A .4 f MO? t 4-" ft Cal' Si r. I, Q If Lf 2 0 I 1 I1 , I I 1 ' I fd 491 ' FIE ' f- RIST Z 7 ! i f ,I 1 "' K 2s1oN 1 - 391211 HVAV 1 I 'Y I ff wah X017 M I I4 I 72 Montana I Aj-3132 Q I 2641444-nz J - 447434, sp 'I 31355935 ,AS IE-Q! 9 57 311 x- t 0644-fx!J cg ters, S I, f 1 W aper Artists' M terials 4' u -ge' z Y Toby A, G' 5-3131 78 ,L - - ,645 ,g,z4,U,j ,cd L6 k w 5 7iZZZL,,g"'ZJQf7 7 ::gjZ,Qf,.,.,,..!-ff7vQ MMM? Li OCK QJCZ4-...J .f L- . 467 l' 'W A f ,Y f , 'V ,A S 5' fe, P L' :'I"' . . -, , A., HI-WAY AUTO SUPPLY. INC. Vx, T I405 Texas S+. Phone 2-I466 ffl f EI Paso, Texa NP iI I6I5 Easi' Paisano Drive Telephone 2-4624 5 EL PASO WHITE TRUCK SALES CO. FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS THE GREATEST NAME IN TRUCKS 227 L - 0,0'v1,1 93 ff yi . if-fd' Q, bevy' 'v 1 . 'ny V CM lfvb 2100! x Vljzdff - uflonlglfb blfyrezf. 9 coues. WILLIAMSQZQEKLA W' J Urge, AND GLASSBURN ipjy 0 M'Jy,J fff"J'f L, Of' ,lv 11" . II Form of lnsuran e W0 L V 6 fL,C'AA,4f"l w A s c :YXIJJFI ,QMMBS QQ WLM! Charles Mareet Shoppe 910' fwwffl wk - My LATEST FASHIONS FOR LADIES J A thony, New Mexico, Texas WW pg ,eff n r , L . 4 f95VQl' Xp CREAM OF WHEAT FLOUR K 9 Milled from the innermost por- tion of choicest wheat kernels. 9 Made right here in the South- P west by E1 Paso's Own Flour Mill. I GLOBE CEREAL MILLS A EL PASO, TEXAS I0 lBS.NU ,sv 'ssga 556' I fflul 'Qx 1 if 05 , u' rf KW 4 txt Q1 wh' xy . gr - y gf xeagw 'Ami W WH EAT +111 'f WY PLUUR 4957 -.: X-X hz' x15 X 015.1 9 n K ILIACIIIU I vlluna AID nlutllt ' INIICHED :lui . V Eib'EE'EEii'EZI'6hii'Ls EL PASO TEXAS W SL NORTE SADDLERY A Wgwwj GQQFETI' EL PASO'S MOST COMPLETE WESTERN T R f 1' IIO Wesi' San Ani' ni? 5 ' I .IM ' 14 df , V, M J, W S 1 ' I ,. COMPLIMENTS OF vi ' ' V ' ZW g f I , 'Q .. ' E1 lusive i idua ONES ' f s'r N I tez el Bui g I0 .3J..7f?L.4.u 3 89-76 V fl G 4 T General pairing COMPLIMENTS OF I Motors - Rebuilt Transmlsslo Auto Glass Installed fl SELF S SALON RAY ENGMAN HAIR STYLING ALAMO AUTO SUPPLY NEW and USED AUTO PARTS ACCESSORIES 909 N. Mesa Phone 3-7429 Dial 3-6712 1614 Texas St. Dlal 2-2863 El Pa o, Texas dl 229 FOR FINE MEXICAN FOOD LA RIVIERA CAFE Broaddus and McGra+h REALTORS ALSO STEAKS, FRIED CHICKEN, AND SEA FOOD 311 Texas St. Phone 3-7504 Hwy. 80 West M Mi. N. of X Roads ROGERS and BELDING John R. Eichelberger "That Life IllSlll'8.llCe Man f0l' Sh1deIltS" Real Estate, Rentals, Insurance Mills Bldg. El Paso, Texas 406 E. Stalltml St. 2-3636 Phone 3-1607 Yi ' F, - ' X 1. A SNQQF ow M2 X F Y fx 3 4 SN Ay EcHLlN-lRvlN-OROwELL FN ' X Xia ' -R X , QRS? xx? -X 8fCOMPANY W X 3 5 T fklw QI plimegl' X W QQ lvixx- Ubfsx, Q R Q E 1 Q XM L Insurance - Surely Bonds gs, QBEQQX0. Q 3 D. c. CROWELL and co. . q Real Esfale and Renfals A 1 if F U ww 2 SX, K 355 Myrfle Avenue fi Rig, ji Phone 2-442: - .'N3'h5'gf sf '- J F. s 2 1 si ww 3 Q X i S COMPLIMEN TS OF Weeks-Lindsay Sludio Mills Bldg. 2-2051 COMPLIMENTS OF G R E G O R PHOTO SUPPLIES 311 N. Oregon St. Ph. 2-6711 El Paso, Texas COMPLIMENTS OF CONGRATULATIONS WHITTEN FU RS AND BEST WISHES 600 North Stanton St. from FUR COATS-FUR CAPES-FUR SCARFS REPAIRING-CLEANING AND GLAZING RESTYLING COLD DRY AIR STORAGE LoreH'a Beauty Salon Portralts by ACHILLES SPECIALTY -- WEDDING CHILDREN and PORTRAITS Phone 2-8082 105 E. San Antonio El Paso, Texas PALM'S SHOE STORE 216 North Stanton El Paso, Texas ' FORD'S OUT FRONT WITH THE FINEST CAR IN ITS FIELD and WE WISH YOU GREATEST SUCCESS In putting yourself "out front" F U L W I L E R MOTOR COMPANY El Paso's Only Ford Dealer Open 24 Hours I'LL BE SEEING YOU AT Phone 2-0470 Brewsfer Fronfier Cafe Upper Valley, Cross Road THE TURNTABLE EL PASO, TEXAS Hi-Way 80 West, Near El Paso Country Club Nb Piedfas 2:::'-xnxx: A,,::::', .. Chinese Dish COMPLIMENTS OF Motor Supply Company 308 Chihuahua SI'reeI EI Paso, Texas DIaI 2-24I I 9 I 4 Texas S+. GRAHAM ANI! MUHN DISTRIBUTORS UNITED STATES TIRES AND BATTERIES COMPLETE RECAPPING AND ROAD SERVICE Dial 3-3404 232 TIGIER'S E SCCRATCHIN SPACE.. for your special somebody! RESERVED . . . Yes No Q x5'ffQ-:T-2, ' ,' WML6 1734 I 7AjfWf zmhfpem COMPLIMENTS OF WHERE v N.. AND fffvscr DISTINCTIVE GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION CHRISTOPHER'S MesaatMontana Garden Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Choice Meats - Fancy Groceries THE FOOD FAIR "EL PASO'S FINEST GROCERYH 2601-2605 North Mesa. YES! WE DELIVER Dial 2-4691 2-4692 Holdsworth Jeweler 205 Mills Street El Paso, Texas Compliments of EQZAEGJ. Q A619455 -7 X X 'Yffffli M .,.-...L L V Ml-u-rvlhiug Inr your lll""' 'If!lU.!eL':' 112 ' H f X X. iw f f ! x Li - E onEGoN AT 'rsxns , N S , L K U K Q f 9, , N 'x K! E K Nw? Wg if J 'ff rn' Sie Pharmacy O pk M qtgnkczgl-jfs E 8 ,X UC SS 3 uccess ! rUs X if HAD ff My jgq5Y?6ifXiL:, WWW ECW ww N Y MW 'JG ik , W' JA T ER ' My iw Ty' A Gigi pm AROUN AIR co 1 ISL IM E. Day Dfisgjff? ' ff, SALES - 'SERV C W j X, If ff, 'L J E 0 A f S' . My Af ff! phone 2-ZJAMFE ' ff L mlng Phone 3-332 QF! W A -. f , gf" . "A! Vf i b,,, - A Q1iJMPL11v1ENTSL OF J,,0jv COmpI"fe'n 5 OUJYAQQ E W JA , Q-M-S ,ff 9 W, lm Q1 W , I J, ,N W Downtown .0 'ljhe Vmageushop M-M-M S 1 fl AARONSON BROTHERS N COMPLIMENTS OF A complete line of THE TOLE COMPANY WOMENS JUNlg5ihQ:1Ld CHILDRENS S A to d Mesa WHEN some PLACES STOP BY wwggu M-A Q'-Q Qu! Go.. ,,.,...JJx -'KO'-4 5535"-lj ,W Z The 4 3 Ta af T T' XTX N I ,." X! Compliment! uf BAKER-RAY STUDIO ' sf Offers SMART WOMENS STYLE CENTER CONGRATULATIONS WHERE SMART WQMEN and SHOP FOR LESS BEST WISHES To The GRADUATES Faulk's Conoco S+a+ion 929 N. Mesa Dial 2-0315 409 E Franklin 2 9051 35 Q JAMES A. DICK COMPANY WHOLESALE GROCER El Paso, Texas a Tucson, Arlzona If NI M, fi 5372, gm f,g..f , 5 22 238 CHARLES F. DAVIS HARDWARE AND BUILDING SUPPLIES C R O S S R 0 A D S Upper Valley Dial 3-3091 "Candy is a fine food. Eat some today." COURTESY OF Rocky Moun+ain Wholesale Co For Quality . . . It's Arcy Make sure your local drug store's photo finishing is processed by us ARCY PHOTO SERVICE Dial 3-6001 3227 Alameda Ave. COMPLIMENTS OF H. WELSCH COMPANY SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS Phone 2-4446 211 Magnolia Greal' Wesfern Juice Co. DRINK FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLE JUICES HOME DELIVERY Dial3-6233 Phone 5-2748 RodeImaver-Miller-Morrison, Inc. FUNERAL HOME 2600 E. Yandell Blvd. El Paso Cornplimenfs of EI Paso Automutive Supply AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND SUPPLIES 8I I Texas S+. Phone 2-3406 EL PASO. TEXAS CompIlmenI's of EL PASO SPORTING GOODS COMPANY I III B +I T I 208 N S+ I I D I 2-3772 ffffflivfi-II Qjisfsj ,474 WESTERN MADE TRADE MARK 5, 5 7L7O04,Q4xxxxx 55" 2 KQLHQ W WJ'J'f'fW'v S,,mQ,..gIL M444 fiiw AEM' 'ffm' ""' ' 4' fvu-c.A,u 4-4-fuz., A-L. or a A,g,+-.,,..,g' 238 When do shopnmg, EPHS girls go to . Wooll and Company FOR A COOL DRINK Phillen ell Shirley Rosen, Frances Gold, Doretta Bendalin, Barbara Schuller, Carol Blackwell, Mary Fithian, Blanca Guzman, Helen Young, Yolanda Araiza. SMITH'S HATCHERY CHICKS, FEED, and SEED 'Y o X X Eoxy-L' xa,JJov.0K 54 R' ef KK 4' 0 K J,-N T139 SNQQEIQJSHACK M GOYD FOOD - FOUNTAIN SERVICE Dial 3-1742 613 E. San Antonio El Paso, Texas Wwmf ,.4cw'ff'WGU Qual LA TAPATIA CAFELfw 'fu who NCLE DAVE' CAFE R , - WHEN YOU W NT GOOD FOOD, ' MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE C9 Qi, ig , NCEEIEEQSQQAF 4 I 31 Ja? MEXICAN DISHES uw XVIIESQDPICE on 'and 9u ljjzj ,On 6 E' Ma Elias, mpg, l 6 2-0141 El Paso 600 N Oregon L ffabcjdb focoo ' Phone 2-0807 616 13. son Antoni MISSION DRUG STORE COMPLIMENTS OF PRESCRIPTIONS GIFTS FoR ALL OCCASIONS Shamaley and Company Dial 241158 3131 Alameda Your typewriter headquarters W E D E L I V E R 239 wwf? I K I-4, I ov ,0 wg. i M T 0 QMQZH Q I amy? QM? 9 Ty lI'- Mclf on and Robbins, Inc, My QIT MILK - ICE CREAM The PrescripI'ion Shop S A I Aw I I I APRO2'?f12f:,2n5hfiiRMACY W mx W Lobby Iglaisfmriilalzank Bldg. J A! My THE EL N ARMY TR STORE P 106 EAST SAN ANTONIO ST. 201 SOUTH EL PASO STREET GOOD BUSINESS PRACTICES, PRODUCTS OF HIGH QUALITY, AND AN AIM TO SERVE HAVE ENABLED US TO MAINTAIN OUR POSITION AS EL ,PASO'S FOREMOST DISTRIBUTOR OF INSIGNIA AND UNIFORM EOUIP- MENT. SEE US FIRST FOR YOUR R.O.T.C. REQUIREMENTS. 240 It's a pleasure to park free at Sears. Your friendly one stop shopping c e n t e 1' in Five Points. Kg-.d0"WM f-WW N. Pledras at Montana vnauqfhai 'COURTESY OF Is n X, John H. Siockmeyer DEV. if COMPLIMENTS OF 7ci'.AfVzL. EI Paso Hi I1 School - , X f, 7 fgoi. 07 L,f1lfao4,wgZ-of Qs' ,' Parent Teacher Association U fum. Chagra Produce Company wHoLEsALE Fnmfrs AND VEGETABLES 130 South Florence Phone 2-4601 COMPLIMEN TS OF W. T. Granl Company Texas at Mesa R..T. HO0VER 3 N' ol' nc! 3 5 I DOMES'I'IC - EXPORT If , EL PASO, TEXAS E":7??f:. ?'. ,..rf?5Fl is ,Jiff y COTTON MERCHANTS CONGRATULATIONS from The Pipeline Company 'i.'m9fg,E?EfO Z7 C ZH dv Wlififiw an 4,1 04149151 42249 25,i,,,,Gl 1 f,, , Gramm , KAY we fm. mp. .ew Bernard Furnilure Company SEE OUR NEW 1952 Complete Westinghouse Line 225 S. Stanton 2-1031 wwfvwwwfj 9 WM 4' Tower SERVING EL RQSKXTWENTY YEARS Williamson Super Markel "Where the Whole Family Likes to Shop" E. M. Lovelady S'I'ores 56 to 81.00 smonms at Sou+hwes+'s Finesl' Bar-B-Que 2914 Alameda 1010 N. Piedras 4814 Montana 5014 Alameda 3316 Fort Boulevard Good luck to the future builders of AmeYi'QY QQ from ct Southwestern builder .R's hifi? LEAVEL 8100. G .NERAL CONTRAC ons M VW! Jw W lffiagl ll! Wwaf l ff .pw f W f ff W AW all lfffwffl , W El Paso, Texas Los Alamos, New Mexico fd 'lt XLQJJJZSUV Giga! ' l+fuff?w'C7lu,fQafwwJaM1DwfnQ,15 Qfbafu., Mmm ii, CL Com liments of ' 'Vvvxw 'J-fvYvwz,Q f BANCO MERCANTIL DE CHIHUAHUA S. A. R01 cm,wLJC 95,6667 : '7LfQL,Me,, I-Lfg! .1QJ-421,42 kflafi'-1 Kllfpeg G-ca.-clyl U LL4,4.J Jcaoab ylczi . 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S. Thomson Co. Inc. Comple+e S+ocks of Indus+rial Supplies and Equipmeni' S I N C E I 9 0 2 EL PASO, TEXAS PHOENIX. ARIZONA If Q53 M6 Complimen+s QQ0! of t 6 A Friend W M ,QZJL4 'f fz .J if 1' . ' f EL PASO EMPLOY N I E , ' u som Mins Sr. D -141 1 El Pa.so's oldesg ri e -'- ncy z A RICULTUKAL s PPLY' SALES- ' M' C C K M1ssw1LL1 ff-'V-0 ,ow GM . ff K 16 Year Ex ' en ' in Persowy km , m.2B0x 245-3-9112 I 7 . ff PURINA CHOWS I ,' 0 BABY CHICKS and SUPPLIES ' I FERTILIZERS AS'A and INSECTICIDES OMF MENTS' A OF , Qf EMPLE. INCQ 245 A N!! - ' IAND THE MOON, TOO!! x E 0 0 ff! X i f ',- K Q XQEEA g?f?MiE5M " ,, - T T T T ff , six R TONE ...." 'ju -1" R Rf, ,Tp kv . jzgafizff . ' T EEO? T. ,L 1 ff J 3553, .l,, LJ E THE SMARTEST FOR EVERY HOUR OF THE DAY COME FROM THE X JUNIOR'S OWN SHOP. . . 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