Navajo Methodist Mission School - Atsa Binaatsoos Yearbook (Farmington, NM)

 - Class of 1975

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J -K W -f Q 0 U 5 yuh ... . gs 4 ' Q J Q x , 5-iyos fa , s Navajo Methodist Mission School A tsci Binaatsoos Volume Number 36 1975 in beauty it begins Navajo Methodist Mission School, Inc. is a private institution re- lated to the National Division of the Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church. The school, located on a 100- acre campus in Farmington, New Mexico, serves 130 students in grades 6-12. The majority of the students are Navajo, but the enrollment does include Apache, Ute, Choctaw, and Hopi. The school carries a staff of approx- imately 35 workers from all over the United States. 'lim The purpose of NMMS is to pro- vide a good education for young people. In all our contacts with students we aim to treat them with respect by recognizing their rights and challenging their abil- ities in the context of an ordered community which allows freedom for individual interests and abili- ties to develop. WQMW The school seeks to deal with the total person, challenging the stu- dent to become an effective in- dividual, increasingly better able to understand him! herself and his! her potential as well as the cul- tural and social context in which he or she will live. ,,,a.al' M, w wg 5 rf in ,fy n 1r,. .gf 'Lxh x V , is NY uf fs, QQ 1 ff 1 Z . -ui. Xi,-,J , ,. as l" i The academic program of NMMS is designed to give each student a sound foundation with which to pursue hisfher vocational future. Emphasis is not limited strictly to "textbook" knowledge, but stu- dents are encouraged to develop logical thought processes to fa- cilitate future decision making. To achieve these goals, the school employs a traditionally structured curriculum with an emphasis on the language arts program to aid bi-lingual stu- dents. 'NWQH H24 i, A?" ,. 7 2. 233 5 'ff 3 ,AF wi A R f. 4 Q K 3 5 2 5 WF 5 5 if 2 57 ri 5 G ff n E F 5 5 -21 i fl vi if 5 Y if L+' Q F is T 3 is Wi ,, ,L a Ll A , 'i P' .W-,QV -iff- ,- .M .f.-. 1 , ,,,, . ,,,. ..,.. ,, . w ,, . ,, . , ., , . . . ,. . . ,.,. , , .. , ---..,..,,, H., ,I , --, ,, , , A ,,,. 1 comms i ' . 1 K Our campus is a boarding school through the week with students returning to the home environ- ments on the week-ends. Six dorms provide necessary board- ing facilities and supervision. The whole campus - students and staff - share cafeteria-style meals in the dining hall. A11 students participate in a cam- pus work program which helps to defray custodial costs. Students are assigned to work a set num- ber of hours a week in various lo- cations in the buildings or on the grounds. -1. wx' 'mr E-' rx cf W me W W 5 an , A , , ku , V, W ,, - 5 V Ill, 'ng KU V . Q55 fa 5' "'U+""aa ,X EV 'is--'X JK Q ji '-,,: n Navajo Methodist Mission School strives to operate as a Christian community so that students will know the Christian lifestyle as a viable option for their own life. Students attend weekly chapel services, offering a variety of programs on aspects of Christian- ity. Students also take religion courses each year as part of their academic curriculum. L'-Z A . Mg 's.xL. 2745, f by,, Q 4? .xx atm -fy tfirif, KB ,, 5, M ,Mf- -f"1"'f 13 ...T. it pl. K., isa .fairs .fr I HB reef it fl2f'ftLfifi'. X fag, Students at NMMS are proud to be Eagles. After school hours are filled with options for extra-cur- ricular activities. Enthusiastic support is given the full comple- ment of sports activities which in- clude high school boys' football, basketball, and trackg high school girls' volleyball, basketball, and trackg junior high sportsg intra- mural activitiesg and Girls Sports Association. The school is proud to have an active speech and drama depart- ment which has brought home many trophies. An annual jr. high speech meet hosted by the Eagles is becoming a tradition. Choir is another option available to both junior and senior high stu dents. The choir sings regularly for chapel services and receives invitations to travel various places to present programs. Class activities, dorm activities, and all school functions offer other experiences and opportun- ities for students. Y' is fs af A--ff' Wm fl 6 Table of Contents Theme 2 Campus Community 3 junior High Sixth Grade 18 Seventh Grade 21 Eighth Grade 24 School Song 27 High School Freshmen 28 Sophomores 32 Juniors 35 Aciivities Homecoming 40 Plays 44 Speech Department Choir Church League GSA Dorm Councils Entertainment Yearbook Staff Staff Sports Volleyball Football Cheerleaders Basketball Ir. High Sports Track Seniors Spring Fever 8th Grade Graduation Awards Night Sports Banquet Ir. -Sr. Banquet Progressive Dinner Baccalaureate Commencement Theme sixth grade ,... .-.. ...M.W.M--ww--, .. . W.. 1 At Left -- Leonard Begay Albert Benally Viola Bennett Virgil Billie Dottie Descheny Above -- Benjamin Henry George Holyan ' FARMINGTON NATIONAL BANK 320 West Main 2 Branches, Kirtland S Palmer Pl. if WH 5 JJ N ININH W FHM Nlliill CQ? IH!! Sir, just at present- least I know who I Y ' V x I f . K il K "Tig , , was when Igor up this morning, but I think I must have changed several times since I then. X 4, .t,.t WON D NN... u Petrina Hoskie Amelia joe Douglas Joe " We've Only Just Begun. " Sfiiiliniflfiiuelito W' ...IEE .1-""' ,K , fan - , , l i K 2 L 'lqf .- kgxfqf , ' I, Vx 1 , u " ' 4 ' -.1-.NV ' f gf U . Q, V w raflx f 0 3 , hlsuo, ,,,. , "' , ' ""q A iv M J W l ry S-wr if 1, Aff l 1 3435 'Ml' gf h ,A .l . e l 'ir aw W , . ,, V :M 've ', z l "MTS" l lf Q. -. 4- J,-rf' V l Q, 1i4E':31L"n::.'1K' v.- , ' ' J SHEEI-lAN'S Lone Star Trailer Sales 920 West Main St. Farmington, N. M. Danny Sage Carla Seumptewa james Yazzie Class Memories We started here in sixth grade. The first day of school us sixth graders were shy until we got used to this school. In the sixth grade class we have gerbils for our pets. Their names are Charley and Koj ack. We had fun with them all through the year. When the teacher prays and when the teacher stops praying Koj ack and the boys say AMEN, God Bless You. The teacher says thank you. jACK'S BOOTS AND SADDLES 312 W. Broadway Farmington, N.M. Vertical -- Alberta Avery Valerie Barber Carma Becenti Horizontal -- Vernon Billie Carletta Bowman Michael Chavez Thelma Dodge Dana Ellison 22 The happiest thing is the seventh grade class . . invited to Elk's Club for a Christmas party. . . the arrival of Mr. I-lickman's new baby girl. . scrubbing the tree trunk and the bridge, so we wouldn't have history class -- ugh! The saddest thing for the 8Oer's . . . when we lost our homecoming. . . when we lied to Ms. Morgan and had to run laps for it. Violet joe Bernice john Virgil Long Q00 Vivian Lynch Terri McCauley Gloria Nez BASIN MORTUARY SHIPROCK FUNERAL HOME 804 N. Dustin BOX 278 Farmington, N.M. Sh1PI'0Ck: N-M- gp.- KG fm 'M iv -um P. S. PHOTO 403 E. Apache 325-7788 "The little studio ,gi 6414 , wma ' ,.,,..:rQ:.,W with the Big Heart" W, if David Romero Geraldine Smith Dave Tome Anderson jackson 20,9 Right-Cynthia Avery, johnny Bennett, jr. , Gerald Farley. Left-Roberta Avery, Delbert Ellison, Valerie f eighth grade I' 1' ia y,,,..a" Harvey john Victoria Mason RUSSELL FOUTZ INDIAN ROOM 301 W. Main Farmington, N.M. m""u--n-.tm 'Xb NOEL'S INC. 601 Scott Ave. 327-3375 A9- Vertical -- Betty Pierce Della Plummer Gwen Reid Darrell Smith Horizontal -- Verla McCauley Verbina Mike Diana Nez 79'ers Remember . . . the junior High basketball games. . . . when we invited the sixth and eighth grade teachers to our dinner in home ec. . . . when we studied hard and even stayed after school to do so. . . . the happiness and closeness we had during the year. . . . when we went to Washing- ton Pass and climbed the moun- tain. . . . we did lots of experime in science. nts . . . when we had parties before holidays and on birthdays. . . . making the class scrapb . . . the field trip to DAILY TIMES and the public library. . . . being in the Christmas la . gy .Y . when the lady came to our room and showed us slides ',,,,, l , I 5 i : 2 ook. of Melvin Yazzie Sandra Yazzie the Revolutionary War. . . . running two miles every day in the snow and mud on the track. . . . that our class dropped to 17 students. . . . the snacks we got after school. . . . the first time we were taken home for the Weekend OH the bus. , ,, 4- W w ff tif' , gg LUCKY PENNY VILLAGE Fashion Center of the Four Corners Palmer Plaza Shopping Center of Farmington 1232 Main, Aztec if if W 1 'ff 2 " 'Z ., 0 1 W1 V ,' uf 4 1211524 ' -F FHM NNW 6 FHM S QQ THU! L l You are a child ofthe universe, no less than the trees and the starsg you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. from DESIDERA TA MAX EHRMANN c 1927 by Max Ehrmann A11 rights reserved. Copyright renewed 1954 by Bertha K. Ehrmann Reprinted by permission Crescendo Publishing Co. , Boston, Mass mission alma mater Mission! Our dear Alma Mater! Mission! We honor thy name. We join our voices, each heart rejoices Thy glory and praise to proclaim. Chorus: We will follow the light of thy counsel, To thy spirit we'll ever be true. We will give our wholehearted devotion To thy standard of crimson and blue. Mission! Our dear Alma Mater! Precious the memories We bear. For love so tender, thanks we would render In lives that thy merits declare. Mission! Our dear Alma Mater! God's choicest blessings be thine. Radiant ever, faltering never, The light of thy glory shall shine. freshmen 5 Ricky Barton f" 'S Lorenzo Be a S Y ,f Ethel Benally ' ' We remember when . . . . . . we worked hard on our homecoming booth and got more money than anyone else. . . . we won a lot of football games and lost a lot of basketball games. AIDQVZ "B 11 . . . we were always talking in class. Lord nn ana Y . . . we went downtown to see a movie. . . . we went on a field trip in science with Mr. Sturlaugson. NAVAJO CURIO SHOP "Look in the Yellow Pages. " 126 E. Main 325-1685 Farmington, N.M. 4. O if W pt if' P' .-.A , .,f G9 e-"': ...Q A .. Q., Miranda Bennett Pawna Blackhorse Clarissa Bowman Burnett Brown Bertha johnson 1 N. ixgixggxilimxgd B at RW , -Q enn in -9' .A L , B S R SPORTING GOODS, INC. 108 W. Main "Your Sporting Good Headquarters" Farmington, N. M. if ,..eo' David Mason Montoya Mason Marlene MCC abe M elinda Mike Evelyn Monarco 1 if Bobby Paul Debra Plummer 30 km x, K K ik if . W 'QSM li. Robert Reid TASTEE FREEZ Hopes you have Had a nice year .M I .K- W ' I' if M x . .fr -wld:-?. N , 4, ?",v K ' N XR alias Q X lg sv sex Q X f ' -1- si Bethsheba Romero Nelson Roanhorse Charles Sorrell Paul Tohtsonie Peter Tree Below - Cheryl Wilson . ' , 1 ,, e"' .M Ewa. ..' Q f 'fs r s eeeo A s x NOK Se r Z1 BROADWAY GIFTS AND FLOWERS 717 West Broadway "F1owers for all Occasions" .ik : we esta? X K ey ., Q es sf I.: Q 'CL gb A L' . S W- 1 .1 U f esoee 1 is ' S l xflkgl -' -re. K sg ,. T 1 31 +- N5 Q '21- -' ff ' W MJ, X iii? 2 -5 , .cf ,Y X uw' KJ 'rl A I ,A , I L'KL A , f , V ff'Y K 'gfgf' 1" 1E1,.,f:'Q' , r x- 2 ' 4 , W 3 ff ' 3' 5:1 if 1 A N 2 t ' M" I I J ' fi-f, If I 7 , , 5 'rg' , MJ .A -.1 5 M1-K, I ,,,-. ,, -p ,T . 9, --- A M , W f,Q-fra AW,. .4..,,,m.,,,mQN ,.,, ,,-- f :g . I ,r r - , , ' f v -f' f. W 1, '.fLL45ff,,f,,,k w,-,f,36W'i-ww? 1. HJ 2 ....... soph om ores FARMING TON DRUGS 101 E. Main -- 507 E. 20th Your Rexall Store We Support the Eagles! Z.- 1 my Avfwwz ' .- V ' myyz' A, . , : AAV ,S Q1 fa: ,.w: ' ,V aa, ., n mr' 5 ff M Aw WV I M1 , aw f ' ,ff IWW, ,,,, , -mi 'G , , A,,,,,i,,fMafmiwgm,,..,, , .,, W,,,M.f . H kMy,14 WW. ,,.., ii f- M M Glen Avery Michael Barber Norman Bedonie Amelia Begay Forrest Begay Shirley Begay Laura Mae Benally Lula James Y WOOD'S INSURANCE SERVICE 115 E. Main Farmington, N.M. Being a Sophomore is knowing that you've got two more LONG years to go if you plan to grad- uate. It's knowing that you're one of Mission's loveable lazy classes. Despite English quizzes when we least expect them, our class has learned more about the environ- ment we live in, the differences in culture, and supposedly added to our vocabulary -- words that will Qwith practicej help us in our future. Webster's defines us as "immature and being overcon- fident. " Whatever the definition, we have fun and do our best. l E Q .inf ,.l,L,., MAYFLOWER RESTAURANT "We serve good food at reasonable price" 1916 E. Main Farmington, N.M. fi Left -- Bobby Johnson Sharon johnson Paul Mc Cabe Marci Notsinneh Bernice Sage Above -- Elayne Smith Tim Tree Barbara Werito Vickie Yazzie rww, Y. Q itz, ,wrv Y Q, ',' 4 , by . ,qw A Mage a va s V 5 w a. 1: ' , f ' f .K fr , , 1 W ' "rw,-if ,,, -W V f H ff an S W az .Sa .. , i T :na LJ- .Vijay fir' Y. ' Main 1 ,f V ' 44, . NH , ' Wa 2 R G' Q55 ",,,.Lff ., , 1 4 . 1 a 5 V L in - f, ,H t ,V A , , 6 1 Haj, , v 1 1 4.4 .1 J Y 1 ' 9 -'Fa f .. ..- . , Q .L 1,,Q ,M -vw 24 '39 4 K 'v 41 4 ' 4 . , A l 1-1 9,4 W: 6 .4 KENN Radio H1390 on Your Dia1" Farmington, N.M. K in V .L 5 jcvhnnic Barber Nancy Beguy Esther R. Benally Colleen Bowman Andrew Deschenie JoAnn Dodge juniors. . . One More Year Z0 G0 in CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CO P.O. Box 1080 Farmington, N.M. S . 3 - ' Y an ,. v 3 A ki s 5 A t, F - A ' 1 A gr A E. Q ' 52 JE """ h 1 k "E x" :fit 5 n MEF :SQ .'A' n jg, ' n Wf K in I 1 ' , .A,:,a., : A x " K .QI . .wh . Wx Q. 'N xavm I 3 . x .-.x ,,,a'.3-A M -. :wig , ' ' X2 -i....Q. - ,, . 1 . Q f 1 gg use g- R 'X Q is 'ef q - --'gf -. X 1' L F :L ' X' , :mia Q1 1 .Q N PM .' 'Q , '- Q Q . ' G- " 1 A -v , f L, Q 1 . -' vm 4 -b ff ,' , , , i 2 5:5 X F 1 1 L . I . ,. 1 I , - ani K 5 ' DAILY TIMES 201 N. Allen Farmington, N.M. . .yfimif ix. -1:-W , - ii, 1 .. ,ga X sr ., K S K ' ,u ' Way Today's juniors are to- morrow's seniors. Our greatest accomplishment -a future to fulfill. We've got to put away our jacks, toy guns, and coloring books to get ready for life. It has been a long wait storing up many memor- ies like money raising, setting up the first dunker, winning the spirit stick, and getting together. We have accomplished unity as a class as well as developed our own in- dividuality. just another year. . . 'fi Column 1-- Theresa Foster Elsie Lewis Karen Nelson Adrienne Redhair Column 2-- Davis Henry Nadell Monarco Rosita Nez Dorothy Reid SEW S SAVE FABRICS 109 E. Main Farmington, N M "Fabrics Fit for a Golden Needl " Marvin Roanhorse Cheryle Smith ?' ,1 Sam Sage Esther Tohtsonie Emaline Yazzie iowa YOUR FRIENDLY ALLEN THEATRES f4fA11en PFTotah xcameo 39 fFApache PlfVa11ey ?M5 ? fd? 1,4 " " J q 2511, wig A R Maw! 'v ' f: 'I dw I I sr r 1, E835 is L hw W I Kl?!5U QMUHOFMHWW' . x 1 Abi : ' fha House of Value "RESELL SHOP" 313 W. Apache Farmington, N . M. .wk 19' .ff ' ' , 1 - .171 O i gfqkl S K1 fs ff - , --Q, za ESC., M,ama9W 3 IIE--' :Ilia V. ' 1 .wwe . W 5 PA CITY ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP 230 W. Coal Ave. Gallup, New Mexico FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT M .f 4. 4- 4 -an .Iv 1 ., " - mfs' 'H W q , , . ' f ., ww, A I .. 4..ggfz2Gf, L 4, F I W V , my kann: rw-vi of ,,.f , . -.. --ry I 5 W -V5 , fn , ',M-. , 5 . , A . r I .. A . ,W nf, A ' . " , Q - , Q 1 , Y ,f f, , '- H aw-, V , i ' ' " Wim 14 7, ' ' V .Q . ' I , k ' fi 'L A . .fflw 355551 1' . ' I I v xx. I . a ' f V, , . W,1,M, A Y M, K . 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Michael Barber presented Sophomore attendant Marci Notsinneh and Freshmen attendant Ethel Benally was escorted by Peter Tree. The joyous mood of the festivities was dampened somewhat as the Eagles suffered their second defeat of the season at the hands of the Chinle Wildcats. TI-IRIFTY DRUG 8 DISCOUNT STORE 3030 B E. Main Farmington, N. M. .-v-"' P eb 1 my ""' "S 3- - iw W 4 A F , Y . i ,K iw f- ,A A, 'F' f 5' -1 "' 5. . 5115: .M i, ' if f' K lf , X' T " "'i ' , H ff Q2 ,, , y Y , . .A .Q 4 Q- , A K 1 fkgr F , -K la 1 2' " g- x A , ' L Q ' , L 0 5, Q A I , ,V V . L wx,-v, I 1: W 7 J Q ' 'L A ',- ' k 1 1 Lf Y W 1 ' 3, Q if h ' Y I 1 fu RADIO SHACK 48637 ds, 'A 115 West Main St. N 9 .Q L-L, Farmington, NM 87401 K , ' IKE, slag? II QQ N ,X- M A 24" aw 1, Q vs- m 'P."- , V P if 3 4. fa 3 45' 5 -4- N Mfxww Vg, 1 2 5 ' 1, 1. -M . Q 55" In ', .fi x. -Q 5: -e'i'F.rfw o 41 'L "'t. W :W 315, :EQ C , U Q 5. a:. . ,A , xx, , ,o,5,. :XE 4' . 1'5- Q g ' .3'Q4?fQ , gig .xA. ,Y tx, A , .L f ,, K I . f,b ! A Q has ...Q X ETHEL'S DRESS SHOP "Doorway to Fashions" 308 W. Main Farmington, N. M. 87f'O1 thi li li B 5 5 3 W "good grief charlie brown" The musical "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" was the major production this year. Bright stage sets, rollicking songs, and an enthusiastic cast made the performance a success. The cast included Dave Tome as Charlie Brown, Colleen Bowman as Lucy, Dana Ellison as Linus, Ernie Ross as Shroeder, jo Smith as Patty, and Charlene Bowman as Snoopy. Have your wedding reception at FARMINGTON FLORAL HOLIDAY INN 110 E. Apache Gallup, New Mexico Farmington, N.M. fu the bear on the end ofthe bed "The Bear on the End of the Bed" and "Le Commence ment de la Fin" were two experimental plays written produced and directed by Ernie Ross in the newly created theatre-in-the-round--the Purple Masque. Cast members were Melinda Mike, Cheryle Wilson, Sheba Romero, Clarissa Bowman, and Rodney Thompson. if , 32 we if T if 0,1 'L Q -Q.: .N U wigJaxv,L,4,,A.4,JzJ-.. v kii, Q rrrs,r 4 X , LQI: . f drrr 2 2 ' H. ,,.. -R 2 R TOWN 23 COUNTRY COLOR T. V. TRICE'S WESTERN WEAR 123 W. Main Ph. 325-8700 222 W. Coul Ave. Farmington, N.M. 87401 Gallup, New Mexico speech team V In the past few years the Speech Team has grown into a sizeable group. This year's team had ap- proximately 25 members partici- pating at different times through- out the year. It is a group of mixed personalities, a myriad of talents and a diversity of emo- tions. This year the team participated in 10 meets. High school partic- ipants took 4th place in the Gallup Championship Tommament. Junior Highs won the Sweepstakes Trophy at their own NMMS Invitational. At District, Colleen Bowman and Marvin Roanhorse qualified for State with Adrienne Redhair and Emmaline Yanie qualifying as alternates. Trophies were also won at the Iemez Meet. -A-sigr M ,an ,,. NFL Members Degree of Honor-Charlene Bowman, Clarissa Bowman, Marvin Roanhorse Degree of Merit- Colleen Bowman, Melinda Mike, Nadell Monarco, Adrienne Redhair, Elayne Smith, jo Smith, Cheryle Wilson fPict11.red at Leftj M 3,094 141' , , E NEW' 5 E 1 choir This year the choir is made up of 26 members, both junior high and high school students. The choir is under the joint directorship of Mrs. Sandra Osgoode, Ms. Kathy Tomlinson, Ms. jean jones, and Ms. Pam Doll. The choir sings regularly for chapel services and., upon invi- tation, for special programs. This year our songsters performed for the Christian Women United, the Does of the Elks Club, and the Farmington Christian Women. The choir also travelled to Mountainside United Methodist Church in Albuquerque and the United Methodist Church in Pueblo, Colorado, to present services. -CG ' sam: a -1 igwi ff. -..-' 4 'f .Q ' VIP'S 501 East Main .Ml X, r.', -.H - KILROY'S 1 19 W. Broadway "Good Food - Good Service" Farmington, N.M ,W W: ' my 'WW-ii, ,M"'S:f mf + Q, fe 7"0'vQ 4' E K, ,ERQ ,f Q Q Approximately 40 girls were ac- tive in the Girls' Sports Associa- tion this ye ar. The girls ex- perienced and enjoyed a variety of activities. The primary event of the year is the sponsoring of the athletic Banquet in the Spring. ln pre- 1 paration for this, members of , G. S.A. take charge of the con- cession stand at football and l basketball games. G. S.A. had several "gym nights" . , 1, . t.., , , this year where girls had an op- portunity to work out on various pieces of equipment. The Asso- ciation's other activities for the year included swimming, a bus wash, and an Outward Bound movie. jr. high church league Row 1- james Yazzie Leonard Begay Dave Tome Danny Sage Orlando Pioche Virgil Billie Montoya Mason George Holyan HIGH CHAPAR RAL RESTAURANT 2201 W. 66 Ave. Gallup, N.M. Best Mexican and American Foods Bar-B-Que Ribs and Steaks Row 2- Lorenzo Begay Michael Chavez Vernon Billie Rufus Brown Harvey Brown johnny Bennett Michael Francisco Benjamim Henry Coach Scott Sturlaugson ZIMMERMAN WESTERN WEAR 222 W. 66 Ave. Gallup, N.M. 49 Western Wear for Entire Family Saddles S Riding Equipment Senior High Girls' Dorm QPictured At Righty President-Charlene Bowman A ,,. 5 A f , wx, any ,V V -, dorm councils , Kxa a 4 , Vice President-Glenda Avery Secretary-Joanna Smith Treasurer-Lucille Yazzie Sth and 9th Grade Girls' Dorm QPictured Below Leftj President- Sheba Romero Vice President- Miranda Bennett Sec. lTreasurer-Evelyn Monarco 6th and 7th Grade Girls' Dorm QPictured Below Rightj President-Valerie Barber Vice President-Terri McCauley Secretary-Gloria Nez 7th and 8th Grade Boys' Dorm fPictured P. 51 Bottom Lefty President-Gerald Farley Dorm Parents-Mr. and Mrs. Sam Muse Senior High Boys' Dorm QPictured P. 51 Topj President-Mike Bekis Vice President-Andi Descheney Representative-Norman Bedonie Representative-Peter Tree 6th Grade Boys' Dorm fPictured P. 51 Bottom Righty President-Douglas joe Dorm Parents-Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meford I i ,, l 1 w e ?l W: them.,-.ga ' N HM. M aeae VTDAL HARDWARE AND FURNITURE INC. FARMHXIGTON LUMBER S HARDWARE CO 208 W. Coal Gallup, N.M. 302 E, Main Street F ' N . M. S0 Singer-Westinghouse-Hoover-Tuppin amnngton' Appliances- Giftwa re- Furniture MN, TIJUANA TACO ZIEMS FORD CORNER 531 East Main 20th S East Main Farmington, N.M. Farmington, N.M. 1315 eagles nest The Eag1e's Nest is the gathering place for fun and frolic. Halloween parties, Christmas parties, and general get-togethers center here. The Eagle's Nest features a variety of games and a snack bar. MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS WESTERN AUTO 23 Palmer Plaza 753 W, Broadway Farmington, N.M. "The Family Store yearbook staff fFrom Top of Slidej Emnraline Yazzie Colleen Bowman--editor Adrienne Redhair Nadell Monarco Charlene Bowman Cheryle S1nith-- photographer Ola Martinez Lula james Ms. Pam Doll--advisor fNot Picturedj Mr. Scott Sturlaugson--photographer KNUDSEN TAX SERVICE COW' PALACE 615 W. Broadway P.O. Box 242 20 Palmer Plaza Farmington, N.M. 87401 Farmington, N.M. 87401 Ph. 325-7073 J ' f' sea ms v v Q 9 if I ,Y S :Q2 E Hlfffkyv, , ' ,ix -' an -, mA me .H Ms. Ohma Gee, Superintendant Mr. Clifton Ackerman, Principal Mrs. Ruth Ann Kildow, Financial Secretary Mrs. Elizabeth Ackerman, Secretary X rf ' ft .. 45 Q Q 'I . f . S1 gnikisr .nm ' I new Above-Mr. Ray Berquist, Dietician At Right-Mrs. julie Shay, Cookg Ms. Hahng Mrs. Betty Almond, Head Cook Mr. Berquist 3 LITTLE BEAPUS ENTERPRISES, INC P.O. BOX 2096, 2603 XV. Main "Where Your Dollar Buys More" 'fl .pi Q -jig L, K-A XM ' . It wif .7 M - -XFXPSQQ .Q . ,sv Q5 'H , A f, .3 'xx N ,,.z N13 Q V X f A nr fl I want him to get to know exactly the special thing he is or else he won't notice it when it starts to go. I want him to stay awake and know who the phonies are. I want him to know howto holler and put up an argument, I want a little guts to show before I can let him go. I want to be sure he sees all the wild possibilities. And I want him to know the subtle, sneaky reason why he was born a human being and not a chair. from A THo USA ND CLOWNS a t ms ucv' V I HENRY'S TRADING POST 120 West Main Left Column-Mr. Wayne Darnell, Maintenance Mrs. Leta Dale, 6th G 7th girls dorm Mr. and Mrs. Mike Medford, 6th boys dorm Right Column-Mr. and Mrs Harry Hahn, 8th 8 9th girls dorm Mr. Sam Muse, 7th S 8th boys dorm At Left-Ms. Brenda Smith, Sr. high girls dorm Rev. and Mrs. Don Thompson, High school boys dorm Q 37 ' 1 e ss "Quality jewelry at Hom - Folks' Prices" Nr 5 X 3 CHEF BERNIFS Fine Foods Inc. 910 W. Main Farmington, N. Mi' ,Q ,iw Akkr V' , . 'WF '51-n l GARDEN SPOT PRODUCE ,mv A . -b-- ww-w . k,., . -, - .:.s:, Q S 5 MQ., 2'b!i-lgzlixkggyggy , VK ,,i,, L1 . . If Q .,x ',L:' 3 ' ff. -115' wi T L x A K X ,Q Q 5.8 53? 5 Fuss? X ' X 1 x X R N Q is my Ni .. W r as K A W Ng 5 .ww f A-f 1 . 'L ,..., i A A AA , A A ":,.' . A ,:W- ' ':-- 1 1 no. Ki n... . Q.. ' in 3 .-ve staffatplay FOUR CORNERS SAVING S LOANS "A Great Place to Save" 500 W. Main Farmington, N.M. . 3 4535 fig mv ,,w,, 1 rf 1 V .4 lg?-M f 4 'S' A W fm? , f 1 IW 4 , ., V, fx ff ' 1:1251 , I . Q -V WA MM ,W,, 1,A I 5, A3 V-,-,:-, A ,,y,5,.,,gf- 4 f TWQQ73 L12 lv f?'fW""w , fy i ,,.V,, , i, ff V ,,m:2'L2f,, ' ww Q2S?W WT 44" tha t I shall never see referee, halo shines the start. made by fools like me, ' x referee. Dodge X 'hW8!llmwonlllnu..,,,', 's A as e KL 45. xfa, f eagles 'cz' whip Scorpions The highlight of the season was the match with Farmington High. The Eagles' A Team swept the match away from the Scorpions by winning the first two games consecutively. It was the only Scorpion defeat in seasonal com- petition. The A team finished with a record of 4 and 8, also defeating Rehobeth and Kirtland. PHOTOTRONICS 110 W. Main "Greatest Sounds Around" Farmington, N.M. Eagles' B team finished the sea- son with a record of 3 wins and 6 losses, defeating Aztec, Kirtland, and Rehobeth. The te am included: R-1: M. McCabe, G. Nakai, I. Dodge, E. Tohtsonie, E. Smith R-2: Ms. Robyn Morgan, C. Yazzie, G. Notsineh, V. Yauie P. Francisco, L. Bennallyg R-3: L. Yazzie, O. Martinez, E. Monarco, V. Yanie, B. Werito B. Sage, R. Nez. by district champs i .. ,W . lr Q. Jai. ls ,Q 'tm ' J1 ., 1 ., . , tv ' 4 A ' ' A -"' Vx ,Inf-gl .A., . x 4. G ,N V , . ' for -F .af W'w ,, 'fam' , Q NB . ., , , sw wyglsiq 'df ,fi . A . Q ml . Q ,sq 'W X-QJSQL f ings, , W 7, 1. . nd Q, x . , CV, -M: .- 5 -sm fi s Q it ww in as Q at - ,1LL , ., ,,L. ,. t Fi , ne., -L 131 H. , ' , X11 n fs '- V ' ll V K 1 Q ' ' 'Fw as . V , Aww LT Z 'tn'-'f' : V i i ,51- -, ' ' , 1 ,gk H':i ', g-K-.,,...f39N:aux, ...,x , vm, . in ,rm NMMS NIXITAS NMMS NMMS NMMS D elores Chinle NMMS SOUNDS UNLIMITED For A11 Your Sounds Needs S1 Palmer Plaza Farmington, N. M. The Season: , an The mighty Eagles took the class A District title for the seventh straight year this year by defeat- ing both Dulce and Mountainier, our two confer- ence games. In regional play, the Eagles were defeated by Hagerman 69-7. Mancos Crownpoint Thoreau T ohat chi Dulce NMMS NMMS Mountainier O O O 6 O 13 15 O l ui M .f f im ' 'I .i 'L'Q .-.k, 3593? I' YXfj?."g""' .e , 2-6" 4:-We -no fiE""w1- r . - K, R ll iv? ' - YQ? Fuck-'-2 wif. , xy L M. --4 pilfii 74" - -M A J. V. Cheerleaders Clarissa Bowman - Head Cheerleader Marci Notsinneh - Co-Captain Sheba Romero Cheryle Wilson Miranda Bennett cheerleaders and fans G GJ HARDWARE INC. Main Shopping Center 714-B W. Main Farmington, N. M. Y . hm fl 1 .ag ROSS SPORTING GOODS Rifles - Shotguns Fishing Rods 8 Reels Hunting S Fishing Supplies L' S Varsity Cheerleaders Charlene Bowman - Head Cheerleader Joanna Smith - Co-Captain Colleen Bowman Cheryle Smith Karen Nelson THE CITIZEN'S BANK Farmington, N. M. Fw 64 WALLACE FURNITURE CO. F basketball fir V 224 W. Main 325 9741 armington, N. M A f 4' 2 A ff I 5,1 ,AV,,VV X W - Q, V4 9- 1 M ,af Mm"'N-n..,,, I' KA .ml A I X " J 4 I ik,-,g S ' Q S Y X. H. as fbi' H 5 4 'o' n I :affix . is of 1 my-5, xi, J' - ,932 14,1 V' f- " ' HM my f 7'QQ?5"'l'n ' I K '.1ZH?fFI , 4: 'uw . WW 72? In NYGREN'S MIEN'S WEAR S THEIR OTHERSIDE Red Hot Pants Downtown in the Fashion Block Boys 'A' Team Record Team Members NMMS 78 Ramah NMMS 57 Mancos NMMS 65 Ignacio NMMS 42 Bloomfield NMMS 53 Mancos NMMS 34 Norwood NMMS 40 Kirtland 'A' Team QPictured on p. 64l NMMS 50 Crownpoint Row 1--A. Descheny, D. Henry, NMMS 53 Laguna- M. Bekis, N. Bedonie, D. Acoma Charley, D. Smith fmanagerj NMMS 43 Kirtland Row 2--M. Roanhorse Qmanagerl, NMMS 34 Ignacig V. Nakai, S. Sage, G. Descheny, NMMS 71 Zuni T. Tree, F. Harrison, T. Nez NMMS 84 Cathedral Center--Coach Mike Medford NMMS 67 Rehoboth NMMS 39 Tohatchi 'B' Team QPictured BelowJRow 1 NMMS 71 Thoreau --B. Brown, G. Avery, C. NMMS 73 Coronado Sorrell, B. Yazzie, P. McCabe, NMMS 63 Cuba Row 2--B. Johnson, M. Barber, NNHVIS 44 Bloomfield N. Roanhorse, R. Reid, P. NMMS 83 Ramah Tohtsonie, M. Yazzie, J. Barber NMMS 83 Thoreau Row 3--Coach Larry Hickman Girls 'A' Team Record NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS NMMS 22 Farmington r Q , Boys B Team R ecord NMMS 55 Ramah 44 NMMS 70 Mancos 40 NMMS 48 Ignacio 40 NMMS 36 Bloomfield 66 NMMS 32 Kirtland 63 NMMS 44 Crownpoint 42 NMMS 32 Laguna- Acoma 50 NMMS 53 Dzit Nao Dittle 51 NMMS 27 Kirtland 44 NMMS 40 Rehoboth 66 NMMS 36 Thoreau 55 NMMS 57 Coronado 29 N MMS 52 Cuba 65 NMMS 50 Bloomfield 52 NMMS 65 Ramah 47 NMMS 28 Kirtland 65 Team Members Girls 'B' Team Record 30 Bloomfield 42 Aztec 44 Kirtland QPictured P. 651 Row 1--M. 30 Farmington McCabe, L.A. Benally, P. 21 Shiprock Francisco, B. Werito, J. Dodge, NMMS 30 Bloomfield 26 28 Shiprock Row 2--E. Smith, C. Yauie, B. NMMS 39 Aztec 20 35 Bloomfield Sage, N. Begay, L. M. Benally, NMMS 22 Kirtland 23 19 Rehoboth G. Nakai, E. Tohtsonie, V. Joe, NMMS 18 Shiprock 54 46 Aztec Row 3--Coach Robyn Morgan, NMIVIS 20 Shiprock 28 23 Kirtland O. Martinez, D. Nez, V. NNUVIS 14 Bloomfield 24 30 Crownpoint McCauley, V. Yazzie, S. NMMS 21 Rehoboth 34 32 Rehoboth johnson, E. Monarco,E. Lewis, NMMS 18 Aztec 22 33 Ramah A. Begay, V. Yazzie NMMS 26 Kirtland 23 TRIO ARTS CAMERA SHOP EDDIE LU'S FINE APPAREL 111 W. Broadway 101 W. Main Farmington, N. M. "Apparel For Ladies, Juniors, and Teens" ',,, a..w....... ,.... af. , Q, 2 ' 'K 'ff jr. high teams , xl Y.. B jih- Girls' Volleyball Row 1--B. john, V. Bennett, C. Manulito, A. Joe, A. Avery. Row 2--G. Nez, V. Mason, B. Descheny, V. joe, T. Row 3--D. Plummer, McCauley, V. joe, Pierce, D. McCauley. D. Nez, V. S. Yazzie, V. Barber, G. Reid, S. Pierce. .,s' n xml .t Girls' Basketball W. ' FY- .. Row 1--B , . john, V. Bennett, C. Manulito, A. joe, A. Avery. Row 2--V. Lynch, G. Nez, V. Mason, B. Pierce, D. Descheny, V. Joe, T. McCauley, C. Bowman. Row 3--T. Dodge, D. Q Plummer, V. Mike, V. joe, S. - 9 Ymie, V. Barber, G. Reid, s. Pierce Boys' Football All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade boys 1 1. not out for varsity football had Ar.. - .frr ,,,,,, N p ,,--1, 'iii' e'- ' the opportunity to participate " -V11-1-V 'V 'V in intramural flag-football. .Y We ' yi W 'V ii A 1 Q -Q ..... a ,. l A V 1 V .. Q . 1' .ef 'W fm, 'gn' am. .ew 2 at 'wwf , aw. ntan.,,'fy,.,,., SHOE CORRAI. Shoes for the ent 216 W. Coal Gallup, N. M. 87301 ire Family -'UI M- 1 'if Ilia V2 , ff .v1!""" N f.. 'avail-in HAROLD 'S FIRESTONE DEALER STORE 217 W. Broadway Farmington, New Mexico "Bicyc1es for the Entire Family" track Boys' Te am--Kneeling- -M ana- ger Cheryle Smith, Row 1-- Michael Bekis, Tony Nez, Melvin Yazzie, Johnnie Barber, Bobbie johnson, Coach Mike Medford, Row 2--Coach Scott Sturlaugson, Nelson Roanhorse, Fred Harrison, Andy Deschenie, Peter Tree, Norman Bedonie. This was a growing year for the boys' track team. Relay teams set school records in the 440 and the 880 146. 6 and 1:37. 5, times respectivelyj. Bobby Johnson also set a school record in the two mile run with a time of 10:29. Andy Deschenie took a fo1u'th at state in low hurdles and Freddie Harrison took a third at state in the mile run. Girls' Team---Seated Left-- Roberta Avery, Ola Martinez, Seated Middle--Sheba Romero, Cheryle Wilson, Nadell Monarco, Bernice Sage, Della Plummer, Verla McCauley, Seated Right- -Esther Tohtsonie, Sharon johnson, Standing-- Laura Mae Benally, Miranda Bennett, Pat Brown, Vickie Yazzie, Diana Nez, Barbara Werito, Coach Robyn Morgan. The 1975 girls' track team was extremely successful despite the cold, wet weather. District meet was the highlight for the season as the Eagles finished third, received a trophy, and qualified 6 girls for state meet. At the state meet, Vickie Yazzie placed fifth in softball throw. W SURPLUS CITY U. S. A. OF FARMINGTON, INC. TOTAH SILVER, INC. 1200 W. Main 2508 W. Main Farmington, N. M. "Everything for the Native Artisan" 'Zia- Y 4, 0 E - 1 , 'wi' ,,'.15,,i A 51 0 wp, .M A . 'WK .V ...S-sm' 4 is 6 'X HOLIDAY INN 600 E. Broadway Farmington, N. M. L s s . - f - Fixx if-'f X...--f" x 'NW- Muskett Avery Mike Bekis X x Q X . 0 115 'sara fag fQlk Igpgsgm "4f9fSaaws KN QEQQ Us 2 fix 4 . . y iff -"'-r"N"" n . AVN' X. K Lili' '12 f.. 59 N4?4:.,rA 'pu nf-' ' 65, f "H . , rf . ,f 4 12 fx H. wgtfzgq , Q '-rg, 'f JJ' 'A Q- .gg .A Vw um Q45-si giC1"', 25 I r- git , A , 1 Q Ni ':Q.,J X ' ." Ntggmxd ff" 4' yf, Q' 6' . Q" -9- 'f -. ,4- .V WJ., X' 4, f. H . ,f V fir, V t G xSX': xx X .I ,QA X I W - , , 1 , ,. ' 1,-,JS Q , 45' rt, ,4s11'x Lxy Q Y 5 l . L ' I f mx 1 'Q '14 1, 'fi ffm 0 2 'Vw ff: ,, -53' EQ Wa: eh st,' .' IX Q - in ,V in YB ha hassz m f 5 I 5 I, sin. f X ' no her 411 i 'Z Qi ri Ita N him I5 068. 4,-gg, Q 4" 1 M . , - "R "A" . if D " " X .ijkin 1 1 I? . J.i.l.l " 1 1-L .Q . vb' Iigiv km ' VOM "x'i'.,j. X 71: , 1 7. y I ' " Hx 2 Utitvfn-.,.. 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M. 87401 of 5. mfr Y Vihr K 'A Ola Martinez Tony Nez "iff is GENERAL SUPPLY 8 STORAGE RICHARDSON TRADING CO. 8 CASH PAWN 201 E. Main Indian Art S Crafts - Wholesale G Retail Farmington, New Mexico 222 West 66 "Purina Feeds 8 Farm Supplies" Gallup, New Mexico 87301 S 10 smith i N if HOUSE OF PETS 405 E. Apache Farmington, New Mexico Gail Notsinneh BITE-O-LIFE HEALTH FOODS 207 W. Broadway Ph. 325-3480 Farmington, N. M. pf L. Cubb Yazzie Virgie Yazzie FARMINGTON INVESTMENT COMPANY 106 W. Main Farmington, New Mexico if S3SW 1NlNCQ3 ? VEWR -J 23 Q M5312-' 2- i thank day: for and a blue of We 0 al promotion The theme of the 8th grade pro- motion program this year was America from 1775-1975. Seventeen beautifully dressed 8th graders presented songs and choral readings before a color- ful red, white, and blue back- drop. One of the songs, "Ameri- ca Is," was composed and Written by NMMS teacher, Ms. jean jones. After the program presentation, the class received promotion certificates from principal, Mr. Ackerman. On Friday, May 30, 1975, awards were presented to de- serving students before an appre- ciative audience of parents, staff, and peers. Award recipi- ents included Charlene Bowman- -Betty Crocker Home Economics Award, l Dare You Award, University of New Mexico Award in Science and Math, Delbert Ellison--WOW American History 8th grade award, Andy Deschenie-- WCW American History high school award, Scholastic Achievement for the junior class, Marvin Roanhorse- -Boys' State Representative, Speaker of the Year, Colleen Bowman--Girls' State Represen- tativeg Amelia joe--Scholastic Achievement for 6th grade, Valerie Barber--Scholastic Achievement for 7th gpradeg Verla McCauley--Scholastic Achievement for Sth grade, Evelyn Monarco- -Scholastic Achievement for freshmen, Vickie Yazzie--Scholastic Achievement for sophomoresg Tony Nez--Salutatorian for the Class of 19753 Virginia Yazzie-- New Mexico State University Tuition and Scholarship Award, Validictorian for the graduating class of 1975 awards night ,M y ,Q xx NX K .Mums r., .tw . . 4 'Qian ,6 - s .Q A, .1- Q3 MQ 5 e 'iv si as-x GSA members hosted Sports Melody, the annual sports ban- quet and awards presentation. The speaker this year was Mr. john Bryant, a former NMMS Eagle. Award recipients in- cluded Barbara Werito-most valuable player in girls' volley- ball and basketball, Vickie Yazzie-high point scorer in girls track, Tony Nez-outstanding lineman and All State tackleg Andy Deschenie-outstanding back and All State defensive back, All American in basket- ball, and most valuable in trackg Norman Bedonie-All State kicker and most valuable in basketball, and Freddie Harrison- outstanding Senior Athlete and All State offensive end. 81 I ,,, lab--L banquets A Wonderful evening filled with pretty young ladies and polite gentlemen. There was delicious Mexican food, soft lights, music and good fellow ship. What was the occasion? . L The junior class of NMMS were i honoring the senior class of wh 1975 with a formal banquet at the Rimrock Restaurant. Stu- dents and staff enjoyed the evening together. ,we 'Gr 1 . 25. X 'cfm On the evening of May 19, 1975, this year's graduating class were the guests of the staff for a Hawaiian-style progressive dinner. The dinner began at Ms. Tom1inson's trailor with Ms. Jacobs helping serve the appetizer, Papaya Deluxe. The class then moved to the Ackerman's house for Hawaiian Waldorf salad. Cauliflower Polynesian style was served at the Medford's. The main course of ham shish kabobs, rice pilaf, and iced fruit tea was served by Ms. Martin at the taecher's residence. The last course, dessert of Mauna Loa Parfaits, was served off campus at the home of Mr. 8 Mrs. Goff. Ms. Tarry, senior class sponsor ac- companied the 14 seniors on their Hawaiian trip. senior progressive dinner baccalaureate Baccalaureate service for the 14 graduating seniors of NMMS was held Sunday, May 24, 1975. The Rev. Fred Yazzie of the Bisti United Methodist Church, in his sermon, charged seniors with the responsibility of deciding the direction their lives would take. Rev. Ted Osgood gave the invo- cation and dedicatory prayer. man is ui: rm' flltffg xx wfzszz lem mi' 713.3 firing? in is fhfffi mf 51 as as :Qt id 9 55,11 Wvfi .1 fair. slid him ua prim C0l'Fll'l'l6l'lC6- 1718111 Gov. Jerry Apodaca was the key speaker at commencement this year. He exhorted the graduates saying, "whatever you do, do it the best you can . . . in the most honest way you know how. " He placed emphasis on personal accomplishment, declaring "the only person in the world that owes you anything at all is you!" Class President, Ms. Lucille Yazzie, presented the governor with a drawing by sophomore Bobby johnson in honor of his visit. ' 2 85 in beauty it ishnished


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Navajo Methodist Mission School - Atsa Binaatsoos Yearbook (Farmington, NM) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 89

1975, pg 89

Navajo Methodist Mission School - Atsa Binaatsoos Yearbook (Farmington, NM) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 65

1975, pg 65

Navajo Methodist Mission School - Atsa Binaatsoos Yearbook (Farmington, NM) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 18

1975, pg 18

Navajo Methodist Mission School - Atsa Binaatsoos Yearbook (Farmington, NM) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 18

1975, pg 18

Navajo Methodist Mission School - Atsa Binaatsoos Yearbook (Farmington, NM) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 14

1975, pg 14

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