New Mexico State University - Swastika Yearbook (Las Cruces, NM)

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I ■ niaai ii =i=ni 4± =i a i a 5Ti n — - ■ ' ±iii i Mil i mil 1 1 ' . . .1 1 1 .1 -i 11 i it ti, i i , ± w, ir? THE SWASTIKA FOR 1953-1954 TABLE OF CONTENTS CLASSES 8 Seniors 9 Juniors 25 Sophomores 39 Freshmen 63 Graduate Students 85 ADMINISTRATION 87 FACULTY 95 ORGANIZATIONS 106 GREEK SOCIALS 150 ROTC 172 ACTIVITIES 182 FAVORITES ..-- - 203 VANITY FAIR 213 WHO ' S WHO 222 SPORTS . - 224 ADVERTISEMENTS - 246 SNAPSHOTS - - 289 $osiewo id In the following pages of this year ' s Swastika, we have tried to compile as much history of the past year as time and space would per- mit. We have obtained pictures from nearly everyone on the cam- pus who has ever snapped a shutter and from some who haven ' t. To all the people who have had a helping hand in producing the annual, we say, " thanks. " Without your help and cooperation it couldn ' t have been done. To those of you who are see- ing the 1953-54 Swastika for the first time, we hope you enjoy it as much as we did in putting it to- gether. The Staff lite g Editor — Ed Boykin Art — John Klaudt Photography — Jim Haight Tom Granger Duane Knipe John Lcdbetter Steve Ledbctter Faculty Advisor — Robert Larkin Business Managers — Lupe Lucero Olga Padilla Sports — Gene Priestley Andy Padilla Layouts — Carol Chittick Jo Irving John Benedict Julia Richardson Betty Jo Fields Copyreader — Jimmy Rogers ■■• " ■ K mmm 1 i» • W -mm . IL. v mmmm V V V mmmT m t k dk -■ - .-J. ., I!,., " m 1 The Board of Regents President Branson NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT STATE COLLEGE. NEW MEXICO December 7, 1953 TO THE STUDENT BODY: The central theme, Sixty-Five Years of Progress, chosen by the editor of the student annual this year suggests much more than can be covered in one brief statement. Records show that, for the first fifty years, the growth of the A. M. College was slow, when measured either in terms of enrollment or of physical plant. But a glance at the record of alumni who attended the College during those lean years shows that real progress was being made in terms of human values. Mot because of superior management, but because of conditions at least partly external to the campus, the progress of the College is now much mors rapid. Enrollment has doubled since, and partly because of, the Second iorld rfar. The book value of the physical plant has much more than doubled in the same period. Prospects for future progress are excellent. The people of New Mexico believe in the program of the institution and want to support it. Their sons and daughters are coming to the campus in larger numbers each year. Appropriations have been increased significantly each biennium in recent years. Better salaries enable the College to attract well qualified ad- ditions tc its staff. Only gross mismanagement can prevent the growth and development of New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in the yea s ahead. Sincerely yours, a . Bran s on President of the College JW3:fh Senlo i William Adair Las Cm ccs History r Willie Ashby jrsPG Business Ad. y Lon Alexander Los Alamos Electrical Eng. Frank Baca Benjamin Bean Albuquerque Santa Rita Business Ad. Electrical Eng. Virginia Arthur Wilmington, Del. Elementary Ed. Rock Ashcraft Lovington Agricultural Ed. R.J. Black Elkhart, hid. Electrical Eng. A i ill J. M. Blackburn Bellview General Ag. Dolores Bombach Las Cruces Home Ec. Ed. Henry Borgrink Farmington Geography Ed Boykin Denting Journalism 1 Mike Bouvet Garfield Business Ad. Lynell Buckner Sacramento Business Ad. Theo Burt, Jr. Estancia General Ag. Ed Bush Oxnard, Col. Mechanical Eng. J - , " " " iff ' ! ■ n .,1...... . . Sue Bright Las C races Business Ad. I Sam Brown C. L Bryant Santa Rosa Tucumcari Physical Ed. Range Mgt. Robert Callaway Alamogordo Mechanical Eng. Gilbert Cano Mesilla Physics Felipe Chavez, Jr. Springerville, Ariz. Mechanical Eng. Gerald Reuben Cole Albuquerque Civil Eng. . r ) t Leo Comeau Kearny. A 7 . J. English 1 1 • I • • ■IIIMllilllll Ui Caroll Coonce Cayuga, 1 nd. Mechanical Eng. William Craig Helen Mechanical Eng. a s f ) it 1 i Herb Cummings Wheatonjll. General Ag. Thomas Davis Las C races General Ag. ft Larry De Herrera Antonito, Colo. Secondary Ed. Is tW Elias Delgado Chihuahua, Mexico Mechanical Eng. A Stanley Dennis Denting Biology ' ? ? ml i Joseph Downs Albuqu erque Soils ' Robert Edwards Ft. Sumner General Ag. Jesus Esparza La Junta. Colo. Education Bob Eure State College Business Ad. X 7 Paul Ewalt l as Cruces Physics ) V 1 ' " v ■ . 111 Charles Fairchild Carlsbad Chemical Rng. i " V Gene Finch Charles Floyd Ann Forehand Chillicothe, Mo. R stand a Carlsbad General Ag. Zoology Business Ed. » fk Henry Fall Kansas City, Mo. Business Ad. Tom Granger Joe Ann Garrett Hatch Deming Secondary Ed. Elementary Ed. Norval Glenn Caprock Social Sc. ill Ciriaco Gonzalez Socorro Biology l f 4 I Annabel Green Glenn Green Wade Green Des Monies, la. Las Cruces Artesia Home Economics Business Ad. A.H. i) % Charles Greene Dexter A.H. Dick Harkey Ancho Electrical Eng. Clarbelle Hart Santa Ee Home Ec. Ed. Henry Herrera Las Vegas Ag. Education William Hicks Grand Canyon, Ariz. Botany SI I Leone Hurst Denting I Ionic Ec. Ed. Albert Hutchison Alpine, Texas Physical Ed. V r Georgie Jacquez Aztec History l l 111 l m .it l t I II 1 l l t I 1 II 1 1 ll I I1IM1I1II, r II IMIIiLllllU I T , I , 1 ,i I I I Ml II Itl IIITI I Joan Jobe Robert Joe James Johnson Las Cruces Ventura, Calif. Magdalena Psychology Civil Eng. General Ag. Arlen Kennedy Arrey A.H. B. W. Kinney Atkinson, Me. Mechanical Eng. e John Klaudt Deming History e Victor Kramethauer Deming Agriculture Eng. , -r wr v Dick Leger Las Vegas Electrical Eng. Bonnie Ligon Raymond Lopez Lupe Lucero Las Cruces Santa Fe Las Cruces Biology Electrical Eng. Home Economics Tony Lucero San Antonio Biology -» r j Raymond Madson Aztec Biology — ■ ■ Hilario G. Maes Mora Ag. Education Ben Luchini Santa Fe Accounting Fred Maga Koehler Chemical Eng. r n i i 111 1 1 1 ii i 111 milium i II i n muniru I TV iinimiuim i iiiiiiiK.mtmnnTtiiiiuiMiitiM i hi i ■ ii i j t 111 1 1 1 i mi Mike Maloof Las Vegas Business Ad. Sol Mendez San Cristobal, Venez. Biology - . Rebecca Molina Las Graces Secondary Ed. Mary Martin Big Spring, Tex. Elementary Ed. W. D. Montgomery Mesilla Park Secondary Ed. 1 it Lucia Martinez True has Elementary Ed. f£ $ Bernard Menkes Beverley, Mass. Electrical Eng. ill Bill Don Naul Lovtngton General Ag. Edward Osborn Bellvieic Pre Law Jay Owens Santa Fe Business Ad. Lola Patrick Socorro Home Economics Dee Park Clayton Elementary Ed. i James Rapkoch Las Cruces Biology Julia Richardson Margaret Ridge Roy Rigoni Las Cruces La Mesa Roy Journalism Business Ad. Business Ad. ffl 1 1 iimuni . i it i . « ■ jtj i t j in iiiit 11 nr i ii ninuiini miiii I lit 1 1 II I mm niMiu luiiiiifiiiiiiii inuiim nLu T ti f 1 smnmnunnn ' rmnTn oimnnmiMJ vvmiiHi! Russell Roberts Fabens, Tex. Range Mgt. Danly Sayles El Paso General Ag. i Rodger Russell Mt. Pleasant, la. Psychology Ivan Salyer Ashland, Kan. Range Mgt. Charles Sanford Santa Rosa Business Ad. £V Eugene E. Schafer Milwaukee, Wise. Business Ad. Ross Schmidt Wagon Mound Ag. Eng. S Dwaine Sergent Camarillo. Calif. Civil Eng. Roger Siddall San Antonio, Tex. Sociology John Sullens Bartlesville, Okla. Civil Eng. Doris Steele Grenville Secondary Ed. Jack Stuart El Paso Mechanical Eng. Robert H. Talley Alanwgordo Civil Eng. Clay Thomason Mayhill Chemistry T • Jose L Vigil Taos Agricultural Ed. 11 limn . in i ■ jii ii iihi tiini it nr i iinniuimi. tiitil i lil 1 1ll l il Pita Vigil Cundiyo Home Economics M.ntTVM jminmiimnn.1 Teresa Viramontes Las C races Home Economics John Ward State College P.H. n -— E. K. Wallace Tucumcari Agriculture C. O. Ward Las Cruces Agriculture .- " " ■ Lawrence Williams San Juan Bautista Calif. A. H. ' Charles Witt Santa Fe Mechanical Eng. Bobby White Clovis Elementary Ed. Jo Ann White Carlsbad Business Ed. John C. White Texico Ag. Education -m x John F. White Clovis Civil Eng. . ..I Robert White Las Cruces Ag. Education Tom White Albuquerque Horticulture 24 i ii mm Mini null I I l.l I III 1 w ill 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II lllll 1 1 II 1 1 III! II I II I I llmilllUl Hi I i 7 91111(111111111111 VI jtutioM. 25 Josic Abcyta Cedarvale Frank Almore Ute Park Bill Bleikcr Texlinc, Texas Leonard Bourland El Paso ;•.• ' . ' . ' ■ ' •.■ jS§ Jim Brockman Mills st met ' 14 i i: ,.i Dee Brown Texico W Stanford Brown Tru th or Consequences in r iiinminm. unlit Mil I 111 I Pauline Bryant Tucumcari iltllllMIIIII nmiim»T iriy9minimiiiimvifnimnPHmillimiHIH!lliimi!i!IIHl Marian Cummings Roswell Lenora Culbcrt Las Cruces Henry Clouthicr Wagon Mound Barbara Clark Mesilla Park Jack Cochran Lordsburg i -3P " " W» Lec Conover Ferror, Utah rs (, -9 4T L. Mike Coplen Portales R. L. Carrel] Hobbs Billy Campbell Portalcs Joe Canon State College Jo Ellen Duncan Des Moines Presley Donaldson Anthony Marvin Dawson Estancia Lester Dawson Estancia ♦- Harry Dale Alamogordo m - V " rnmniTTTr-,.tT7niin!nnmiiii;iiiniiiiiMi i.«iiiiiiiiiii«ii ' iniiii,TMiiii»ii.iiMiiniiiiiii nimm»iit nii r jjiiiinimiuiui t rmrmitniHMiilimiiMVVlMiilllitllll George Ellis Bell Ranch i rmmn xr Quinnie Flint Bard Richard Flores Den ling E. F. Foreman Portales k Lamar Gwaltney Las Cruces ■ ■ : J Melina Gutierrez Barstou , Calif. Sue Griffith Greentree - +1 Joyce Green Clovis William Gray Hurley Don DeGraftenreid Melrose " iCt Diane Gross Las Cruces Ralph Gallegos Santa Fe Dale Gantz Pampa, Texas James Haight State College Thomas Hardy El Paso iiimiiunimuHiiiiiiiiiiiii « James W. Hayes Springer ,mt» r ir[ 5niwimiiiiinn ! i-rnimmraimiinniinn:viiinimiiiiii miiiiiti Pat Henry Santa Fc Mary Jane Hogg Quemado Hal Hopson Clayton Ray Igou Anthony ■3 Wm. A. Jackson Carlsbad Patsy Jonas Shiprock Dick Jones Roswell Meddie K !! Tucumcari - r Kenny Klcypas Hobbs Alice Kurtz Las Cruces Armando Lacayo Nanagua, Nicaragua Fred Landavazo Belen Ted Leonard Farmington Dan L. Maestas San Juan Pueblo 4 ' V Norman Marley Phoenix, Arizona Anna Martin Lordsburg 11111V 11 J tfl I II III II Ml lllll MB Christobal Martinez Albuquerque Renato Martinez Santa Fe Kirk McCarter Artesia I i Robert Munson Las Cruces Macedonio Navar El Paso Margery Nealc State College Eleanor Newsom Vado Marjorie Paiz Las Vegas Swann Parks Murray, Kentucky » F. G. Peterson Lovington La Juan Price Carlsbad II Robert Rabe El Paso Ralph Reynolds Luna Beth Rhodes Park View Edger Rounds Keams Canyon, Ariz. ii.MurkftMMVi mi in iiuiitii iiMiiiiiiiiipnunini 1 1 1 1 nil i f.i Bonnie Russell Presidio, Texas inurvr i 5iiiiniiiiiinm 1,11 iimmmtmi i Franklin Salazar Springer Charlie Shave Espanola Elfigo Sanchez Santa Fe -7 Porfirio Sanchez Las Cruces Robert Sigmund Laredo, Texas u ) f Lupe Storey Belen Gerald Sweet Portales 3 Shirley Trimble State College -. Don Tucker Murray, Kentucky Palilina Utz Huntington, W. Va. Raul Valenzuela Lake Arthur Ben F. Waldrop Grady Herb Ward Santa Paula, Calif. " I) David Watt Olaa, Hawaii John Wenk Albuquerque minium. 1T 1 1 in ■ jii ii niunnTTTTri i nnmmini mini Mil nil I PI1III M III II III H Clabc Wicker Pecos, Texas inn nir7y iiirniiiiiiinivmirnnPiiliiilllllil n ' !MmFI(ll Cody Williams Artesia Jody Williams Artesia Jl Bill Wooten Eunice Betty Joe Wooten Hobbs I III 111 . " I Ill lffff!Wffl!lraiimiiiii.iiiiiiii! ' :i hi! " ii ' iwni ; jfmTTOT™TPfcnnJfTnl!TO J ..tf£H: SKiSi tes ?-, 4 SapJw-maK i 39 William Allen Deming Boyd Anderson Manti, Utah Hoy Anderson Roswell Roy Angelini Durango, Colorado Doyle Van Arsdale Farmington Lee Atcheson Aztec Richard Atkins Las Vegas iiniiimiiM.Miim Mil mi i p.m Imogene Bagley Tucumcari nuiiii i i I ' limiiiiinnii i ■ George Baker Rochester, Mich. Robert Baker Rochester, Mich. Dow Bond Taos V i A Charles Bandy Aztec Lyle A. Barron Carlsbad Jimmy Bason Mesilla Park Harold Baxstron Cortez, Colorado Bill Beckham Ysleta, Texas ■nriBim iii % c Cynthia Biffle Sofia f v N Walter Box Grady Bob Boyd Artesia Peggy Brooks Clovis Ken Bryan Hurley f. S,:- m v mvi i Robert G. Burrows Springerville, Colorado f unuivi. » i .h Holm Bursum Socorro i nun cun i linn 1 1 ill iiiif Clarence Cahoon Anthony £h, mim nii H2!uiniiniim i v rniminmillUI Bill Caldwell Farmington John Calkins Albuquerque Sheila Callahan Albuquerque Bruce Caskey Artesia s I Nolan Chandler Bellview •-, Harry N. Chesser Roswell Carol Chittick Las Cruces 1+S ■ James Coffield Lovington f % Dan Cook Gallup H. B. Corcorran Albuquerque Nelva Craddick Las Cruces Joyce Crane Santa Fe Earl Darst Artesia Ramon Chavez Santa Rosa ■v7 IP ■ Mike Daugherty Eunice Charles Davis Albuquerque Margie Davis Tucumcari Telford A. Davis Las Cruces William Davis Las Cruces Zella Del Curto Socorro William Devenny Las Cruces Tommy Dickson Las Cruces Marie Dingee Santa Fe Charles Eaks House Shirley Earhart Carlsbad Patsy Eiland Socorro Bob Elder Albuquerque Dale Embree Mesilla Park Jeanette Emmett Carlsbad Edward Fogleman Albuquerque Joan Farquer Wagon Mound Betty Field El Paso James Fields Dextor Mary Fields El Paso Clifton Fincher Farmington Mary Ann Flores Taos Gretchen Floyd Estancia Ralph Frcscjuez Roswell ft ' 4 ii H , . Raymond Gallegos Socorro I titan mill Tliminrr inimrn rm ■■ ■ ■ -.,.,- 1 J. D. Garcia Alcalde 1 i V Tony ( Jennaro Raton Elmo Gibbs Roswell Richard Gilbert El Paso Vitalia Gomez Roswell Helen Gonzales Clayton Jesus Gonzales Roswell » Joan Greenwald Socorro Ronnie Hopkins Eufaula, Okla. c v _ i iiimi. ii 111 i 111 in i i i 1 1 i i i i i ' li i i 1 1 i.i i r i 1 1 Betty Jo Guiglardi Fort Hancock, Texas Helen Hamill Las duces Willa Hancock Las duces JoAnn Hart Santa Fe Dolores Hickman Las duces John Hicks Santa Rosa Paula Hines Las Cruces Joseph Holland Las Cruces J ' Sfc «.- j V Diana Hubert Carlsbad Robert Hunt Portales Patty Sue Hughes Las Cruces J. O. Hughes Las Cruces Jo Irving Las Cruces % L j John Jaramillo Taos - - j Floyd Johnson Clovis Dick Kohlhaas Albuquerque 111 TTll I III till llllllll Edward Kcddy Los Alamos JoAnn Keith Roswell Maudeane Kemp Tucumcari Merrill Kenyon Santa Fe Irvin Kimber Grouse Creek, Utah i Richard Koch Houston, Texas James E. Lambert Albuquerque ' SBh .4 Bert Lindscy Albuquerque William Luper El Paso Bob Marker Hobbs Gerard Martinez Santa Fc Henry Martinez Taos Mary Lyman Mancus Tucumcari Nell Marshall Tucumcari -» ,4 • " , David Mathieu Las Cruccs Ronald Mauro Ojo Calicntc »; - - .f - r i t. Loudcll Mays Corona Barbara McCants Lordsburg Dell McFarland Dallas, Texas William McKinzie Merideon, Texas Clara Melendrcs Las duces Joy Miller Capitan t mriitan it ■■ ■ iinmnii «i Dick Mullins Gerald Mundell State College Tucumcari 1 f S A. M. Abo Nabao Az Zawiyak, Jordan John Neighbors Grants Michael Neil Sunset Beach, Calif. Joe Nelson Lovington Jim Newton Albuquerque Darrell Norman Firebau h, Calif. I. X,i I J 9 Walter O ' Brien Roswell Lucile Ortiz Taos Clyde Oswell Edinburg, Texas Miquette Padilla Socorro David Parker Las Vegas James Parker Farmington Wanda Parten Las Cruces Patsy Pat ton Carlsbad Jeanne Plocar El Paso I ■ 1 I 11 HI II [ ■ • I II till 11 111! 1KB 1 Claude Pilley House « Cora Marie Porter Whitewater Norma Jean Redhadge Tucumcari Margaret Richards Lordsburg Maureen Rinehart Albuquerque Bennie Roybal Pajoaque Fernando Salaz Belen Alex Sanchez Belen Ramon Sanchez Belen Joel Sanderson Hobbs Bobby Sanford Santa Rosa Kenneth Saunier Los Alamos Diana Sherwood Las Cruces Monte Shriver Aztec Edward Sierra Los Lunas 2 1 it i.ii ii n in ■ ■ i ii tt ivi tt ' M: i mm ii i Jack Stalling Ysleta, Texas Bill Steele Lordsburg n N Robert Steppe Silver City Charles Stcinmann El Paso Kenneth Stevens Carlsbad Dee Stotts Hatch Norman Stratton Tucumcari i w 1 A, 1 A A ■ Louis Svvartz Dcming Jim Swartz Deming Nancy Tarleton Taos i ii iii 1 1 1 ii Wayne Tate Broadview ■ i ) A Donna Thatcher Anthony Raquel Torres Las Cruces Millard Tulk Albuquerque Howard Vance Albuquerque Phyllis Vaughan Santa Fe 15 Lawrence Vigil Santa Fe Marian Vinyard Forrest Bill Walker Clovis Shirley Walker Hatch Wyley Warren Joplin, Missouri h Donald Watson Roswell Edwin Wayne Albuquerque Tommy Wright Tucumcari I ■ • Howell Whitsitt San Angelo, Texas Mary Lou Wilkison Carlsbad Jack Winter Roswell w _ r Janette Woodward Anthony I HH -v .-:0 Patricia Wright Silver City T. A. Crider Carrizozo Travis Ives Carlsbad r r until i mi ■ n n iiui v iiinmii mi n ■ i iiiiiin 62 fylelltmeti 63 r i flllil f 1IIII ■ lliliiiiur i 1 nun ii iiuii Clyde Akard Fence Lake Franklin Adelo Pecos Frances Adams Las Cruces Don Adams House Carolyn Sue Allan Hanover Mary Jane Althaus Fort Bayard , 51 Arturo Alvarez Las Cruces Joan Anderson Belgrade, Minn. Lynn Anderson Belen Violet Atchley Clayton -T , Samuel Atencio Socorro John Baca Santa Fe A Howard Bachman Denver, Colo. - ; W Sharon Baum Monument Neil Beard Santa Fe 4 I 1 » A Vernon Bennett Des Moines Louise Biedcrman Espanola Christina Blank Mesilla Park Skip Botteron Santa Rosa O ¥ Virgie Brdecko Deming i ' ■e ■ m i Genevieve Briggs Silver City Miriam Briggs Wichita, Kansas Dorothy Brown Raton Jack Brunacini Albuquerque Harry Bryan El Paso John Burrows Albuquerque Dyne Buckley Las Cruces j Faye Burrows Roswcll S " 1 l Pat Callahan Albuquerque Antonio Chacon Penasco Sue Clark Las Cruces Netta Clegs Socorro Claude Cone Melrose C Varner Cooke Fort Hancock, Texas Donna Coon Los Angeles, Calif. Carl Cooper Roswell Mollic Cooper Lovington Donnie Cox Clovis Dick Coyne Clovis Nola Craddick Las Cruccs Don Cramer Springfield, Colo. Daryl Curran Raton Kerry Daugherty Eunice Dorothy Deck Fort Sumner Augustine DeHerrera Antonito, Colo. i Billy Deitz Fairacres l 7 in m rl ii if i it i mr a fTti 11 Robert Desjardin Albuquerque Bill Dodson Hagcrman ■ Jerry Duncan Albuquerque Margie Dupwe Carlsbad Betty Edwards Portales Juadcane Estes Las duces Robert H. Evans Las duces ' , i 1 Rolland Eeight Taos Eugene Felton Roy Gilbert Fcrran Santa Fc I L Dorothy Fielder Las Cruces Charlotte Forehand Carlsbad William Gallegos Costilla O Raymond Garcia Santa Fe Hunter Geer Albuquerque Jgr V Bert Gil Las Cruces Elaine Gochnour Burlcy, Idaho Phil Gore Clovis James Gose Carlsbad Thomas Gould Holloman Air Base Gail Groessel Clint, Texas Keith Guthrie State College • ■ • ? - - k L , 1883 Jim Hamilton Santa Fe Leroy Hammons Hagerman Ada Marie Hanson Cimarron . r Joan Harms Albuquerque r Carolyn Hartman Hatch Bill Heath Truth or Consequences Robert Hedges Silver City J. T. Holliman Greenwood fZ Letty Hubbard Hurley Bill Hunter Roswell Emily Johnson Carrizozo Roger Johnson Fairacres ■ 111 V ■ I 1 till ■ Patsy Jones Capitan Jerry Kennedy Carlsbad Ardith King Las Cruccs Gerald King Carrizozo - 1889 Jo Anne King Las Cruces Karen King Las Cruces Barbara Knoblock Magdalena John F. Lane Ysleta, Texas Robert LaPierre Tularosa Larry Luke Las Cruces Rosemary Lueras Belen Dorothy Lovvry Mesilla Marcelo Lopez Las Cruces Gary Long Springfield, Colo. n mi tf ritt in.iFii i " fii n ffi i Eileen Logsdon Belen Marjic Like Clayton John Leiker Springer William Lee Rosvvell Andrew Mactavish Clovis ri Jean Mandell Anthony Don Martin Albuquerque Joan Martin Las Cruces Hector Maynez Las Cruces John McCauley Oak Park, 111. •» f. i I lit Ml 111 1 i I I I KM II I II III I I I II Ray McCormick Ysleta, Texas Carol McFall Las Cruces Philip Mellor Albuquerque Wesley Menefee Hagerman Lynn Menefee Artesia Norma Milikien Anthony . r A I Mary Pat Million Espanola 7 I Bobby Miller Melrose A Carlenc Miller Albuquerque r A. L. Mitchell Carlsbad Bill Mitchell Hatch Dorothy Moore Carrizozo • • • t V ii 1882 Evelyn Morgan Dexter Douglas Mullens Tigua, Texas Donald Murray Indianapolis, Ind. Greely Myers Raton j Margo Myers Tularosa Robert G. Myers Albuquerque Martha Oliver Alamogordo Gar ie Owensby Clovis Freddie Peterson Las Cruces . Janice Phillips Las Cruces Bill Porter Clarendon, Texas Jimmy Pickens Santa Fe - if c , Thomas Posey Magdalena Howard Price Artesia , m s - » Norma Renfroe Carlsbad Clarence Rehorn Clovis Richard Rice, Jr. Lordsburg Melvin Romero Capitan Donald Rucker Rosedale " fc -A I ! Jack Sadosuk San Antonio t ii.iir«ni inilll«mil id 4 II ffl ' U 1IUIII 1 1 I I! 111! . " I 1 II 111 1 1 1 II Jeancttc Salome Socorro Sally Sarabia Las Cruccs Dolores Sanchez Grants Chas. A. Sayne Santa Fe fa v Bill Schneemann Ozona, Texas i Nancy Scott Magdalena William Shawcross Norfolk, Virginia i nun 11 i in hi f ' ii ii in 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 in i in i in in Tommy Shelley Cliff SI V 1 Robert Short Hatch Dick Snell Clovis Sharon Stallings Ysleta, Texas Patsy Stork Tucumcari Marilyn Sundt Tucson, Arizona Johnny Taylor Truth or Consequences Joe Togami Albucjuerque David Travis Clovis ' " JZ. X. A IL Clebbie Turner Monument Jack Wootten Clayton W . ' ; James Varano Shamokin, Penn. ' X £? f , J I ■ Julian Villarreal Gila C ■ » • " Sylvia Woodward Las Cruces Wayne Wolfe Las Cruces •HO 7 Mack Whitaker Fabcns, Texas Gene Wolf Roswell :.i Gerald Welch Lamai . Colo. 5? Pi Duni itli Waund Primehar, Iowa i - Thomas J. Young Farming ton Fernando Zavala Mexico City, Mexico Alan Roberts Farmington Guido Zecca Gallup Fred Zickert Albuquerque Nadine Mangum Quemado L. B. Thompson Durango, Colo. ™j«iuuimL jttaft.%iv WNIIIUII U |jf . BII lUil Hl L. H. Bradly State College Physical Education limmm iMi ' m imnimm ( aduate Student . Kenneth Nicholson Omega Biology 1 L. V. Crenshaw Joplin. Missouri Education rs . i 85 II Ik N t I Slag • Administration A. D. Boston Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences R. A. Nichols Dean of the School of Agriculture Home Economics m iW M. A. Thomas Dean of the School of Engineerin " 88 Era Rentfrow Registrar J. B. Munson Dean of Students Mary I. Champion Dean of Women 89 . Benson Poirier Counselor for Men Warren B. Scott Director of Housing ■ 1 J. Paul Boushelle Director of Publicity 90 Chester Linschcid Librarian W. F. Wyman Comptroller Presley Askew Director of Athletics m 91 Lt. Col. George E. Munn Professor of Air Science and Tactics Lt. Col. Noble L. Riggs Professor of Air Science and Tactics Charles Gandy College Physician Elizabeth Taggart College Nurse Tila Jemenez Secretary 92 Harvey M. Hutching Milton Hall Director Bookstore Manager Fred A. Day Director, Campus Maintenance Charles E. Strickland Superintendent, Buildings and Utilities 93 € » . " W 95 Geology - Geography James Culbcrt Ag. Education Carl Howard Ag. Economics Seated: Win. D. McFadden, Mrs. Donna Guy, P. W. Cockerill; Standing: James R. Gray. J. Z. Roue, II. B. Pingrey, Morris Evans. 96 Music Seated: Roma Johnson, Roman Tross; Standing: Oscar Butler, Carl Jacobs. Civil Engineering Seated: D. B. Jett, F. Bromilow; Standing: J. W. Clark, Jr., O. C. Payne. Mathematics Seated: K. S. Smith, Mrs. Carol Ruth Karp, Earl Walden, Aaron Schein, Max Kramer; Standing: O. B. Ader, Walter P. Hcinzman, R. L. Wcsthafer, George R. Goethals. 97 Psychology Education Seated: Julia J. McMahan, C. C. Dove, Clarence Hope; Standing: B. B. Young, C. W. Thomson, D. S. Willey. Ag. Services Paul Duffield, P. J. Leyendecker, Henry Grafton. English Seated: Mrs. Marion P. Hardman, N. T. Reed, Jessie E. Miller; Standing: H. Zohn, C. A. Garrett, J. E. Bellamy, A. W. Chil- ton, A. J. Fyfe, Robert Larkin, H. R. Stobie. 98 in!- Foreign Languages G. D. Crow, C. A. Tyre, C. H. Stubing. Chem. Engineering L. B. Shires Agronomy Seated: M. L. Wilson, J. C. Overpeck, Dorothy Anderson, C. W. Chang; Stand- ing: P. A. Fryxell, R. R. Yeo, Glenn Staten, J. W. Whitworth, M. R. Paek, W. P. Sap- penfield. 99 { ' s u jjL Mech. Engineering Seated: A. M. Lukcns, J. P. Morgan; Standing: R. V. Smith, J. M. Hardgrave, J. W. Fields. Elec. Engineering R. L. Riese, H. A. Brown, M. A. Thomas, C. D. Crosno. History And Social Studies Seated: P. M. Baldwin. Sigurd Johanscn; Standing: S. F. Kropp, Ira G. Clark, L. L. ( ' . union. 100 Art Paul W. Mannen, K. R. Barrick. Dairy Husbandry Seated: Joe Kern, S. R. Skaggs. Standing: D. D. Miller, R. M. Porter. Business Ad. And Econ. Seated: Mrs. Laura Smith, (1. L. Guthrie, W. A. Alford; Standing: (i. A. Lockwood, L. D. Haight, J. E. Pearson. 101 BIOLOGY Seated: Airs. Maud Guthrie, R. F. Craw- ford. Mrs. Florence Anderson. Standing: J. R. Eyer, J. E. Weiss, W. A. Dick-Pcddie, M. A. Anderson. ..:.-. r- • ■ - AIR SCIENCE S Sgt. K. L. Glass, Maj. D. M. Weaver, M Sgt. L. F. Puthoff. Capt. E. L. Krause, M Sgt. G. E. Oldhausen, Lt. Col. G. E. Munn, PAS T, M Sgt C. O. Daley, Capt. W. C. Nolan, T ' Sgt S. J. Yurasek. HOME ECONOMICS Marion Galster, Berncita Hendrix, Miss Julia Lee, Patricia Wood, Miss Helen Barbour, Mrs. Opal Bcaty, Mrs. Deane Stroman, Miss Hil- dure Anderson. 102 ' " " » " « " ■»»»...« iJMiniiii inn i. !i inuiiiiu PHYSICS Seated: H. B. Williams, G. W. Gardiner, A. Burris, R. D. Barron. Standing: R. K. Sherburne, A. J. Hatch, W. L. Weeks, Ralph Dressel, E. L. Cleve- land. CHEMISTRY Seated: Tom Loomis, G. R. Hamiel, A. D. Boston, R. L. Barrett, R. M. Tombaugh. Standing: K G. Melgaard, H. O. Smith, L. R. Evans. MILITARY SCIENCE Seated: M ' Sgt. Ray Chappell, Capt. D. L. Mullens. Lt. Col. N. S. Riggs, PMS T, Capt. D. N. Silverman, Jr. Standing: SFC J. R. Marshall. M Sgt. H. H. Cagley, SFC H. J. Marchant, Sgt. G. E. O ' Connor. 103 l it, ; i it M.iii ■ 11 11 ii PHYSICAL EDUCATION V. D. Corley, Mary Helen Lomax, C. S. Moll HORTICULTURE K. W. Hench, R. E. Harper, W. J. Wiltbank, F. W. Day PLACEMENT Mrs. Coldic Slingerland 104 LIBRARY Standing: Ruth Rollins, Dorothy King, Warren Pope, C. H. Lin- cheid. Seated: Wanda Tilden, Mildred Barrett. POULTRY HUSBANDRY R. T. McCarty, L. N. Berry. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY Seated: K. A. Valentine, J. H. Knox, W. E. Watkins. Standing: J. J. Norris, Estel Cobb, Robert Blackwell. 105 Organizations 1 106 John Bramble Rock Ashcraft Keith Avery Donald Cruce Hilario Maes Jose Vigil Jim Dunlap Leon Johnson Fred Nations Hal Hopson Ralph Reynolds Pledges - Fall 1953 Standing: Keith Avery, Ralph Reynolds, Fred Nations. Seated: Terry Voder, Hal Hopson, Jose Vigil. The Inside and the Outside of Ag. Fducation V • if ■ E. K. Wallace V Robert White Terry Yoder " Do you subscribe to this oath: " " To do this ripht ... " 107 " E. K. gets top on plumpness. " " Only God and the judge know. " ALPHA TAU ALPHA HONORARY AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION FRATERNITY " In order to develop a true professional spirit in the teaching of agriculture, to help train teachers of agriculture who shall be rural leaders in their communities, and to foster fraternal spirit among students in teacher training for vocational agriculture, we band together in this professional honorary fraternity. " Prof. Carl G. Howard Back Row: Rock Ashcraft, Filemon R. Guiterrez, Lawrence B. Porter, Jose L. Vigil, William R. Sokoll, Jerry Porter, Tony Espinosa, Hilario G. Macs. E. K. Wallace. Middle: John W. Bramble, Keith Avery. Fred Nations, James R. Sims, Ralph Reynolds, Ben Waldrop, William R. Wilson. Leon Johnson, Jim T. Dunlap. Seated: Terry Yoder, Hal Hopson, Robert A. Nich- ols, ,l " lin C. White, Call (,. Howard, Donald B. Ctuee. 108 CLUB President Drew Christie Vice President Clark Presley Secretary Albert Hutchison Sponsors Dr. Earl Walden Prof. G. R. Hamiel v- Drew Christie Clabe Wicker Clark Presley Bill Klement Jesus Esparza Clinton Hill David Coats John Huffmyer Jim Frye Richard Vaughn Jim Brockman Pat Nellis L09 Jimmy Martindale Mike Daugherty Bill Cox Bill Jones Harold Jacobs Gerald Matthews Frank Steele Lawrence Lopez Al Herbet Roger Siddall Leon Griffin Dick Juen Dale Gantz Gary Walton Ed Brininstool Jimmy Bradley i id Newman Club Cor Ad Cor Loquitur The Newman Club, active on the campus for twenty-four years, is a Catholic Club, formed to edify Catholicism and encourage Catholic fellowship. This club was named for and founded upon the principles set forth by the religious teacher and intellect, John Henry (Card- inal) Newman. It is an organization which provides religious, intellectual and social activities for all Catholic students of New Mexico A M. Roman Tross, Sponsor Father Ryan, Chaplain OFFICERS Wesley Niles President Ciriaco Gonzales - Vice-President Lupe Lucero .Recording Secretary Lucille Ortiz Corresponding Secretary Helen Gonzales Treasurer Josie Abeyta Reporter and Historian Sol Mendez, Jesus Esparza Intramural Representatives in NEWMAN CLUB Front row: Helen Gonzales, Clarabelle Hart, Margie Dupre. 1st row: 01 ;a Padilla, Lupe Storey, Georgia Jacquez, Clara Melendres, Dolores Lnccro, Mr. Tross, sponsor; Eileen Logsdon, Lupe Lucero, Josie Abeyta, Lucia Martinez. 2nd row: Nash Garcia, Augustine DeHerrera, Arturo Lucero, Eugene Feltin, Mike Maloof, Larry Luke, Roberto Frietze, Jess Bunch, David Castanon, Ciriaco Gonzales. 3rd row: Deci Turrietta, Reni Martinez, Remmy Roybal, James Varano, Thurlow Gaffey, Wesley Niles, Charles Peck, Eddie Racel. Homecoming Float n BLOCK trt BRIDLE AND The local chapter of Block and Bridle Club was organized in 1922 as The Wrangler Club which later received its charter from the National Block and Bridle Club. The club ' s purpose is to promote a higher Scholarship standing among students of Animal Husbandry, and to bring about a closer relationship among men and women in this profession. Club activities in- clude an annual dance, Swift ' s Essay Contest, annual award banquet, freshmen judging con- test, and a chuck wagon supper. The club also assists the Animal Husbandry Department in its annual Ranch Day and Feeder Day activities, and sponsors the livestock and wool judging teams and assists in the annual high school FFA judging contest. Judging team hopefuls at work. Livestock Judging Team Judging team members that went to Denver and Ft. Worth are Leonard Bourland, Bluford Thornton, Sam Hernandez, George Ellis, Larry Williams, and Bob Walton. Also in the picture is Tom Hardy. The Shadow is Coach Lstel Cobb. I 1 5 BLOCK EJ BRIDLE AND Row 1 : W. E. Watkins, R. Blackwell, K. A. Valentine, E. Cobb, J. J. Norris, J. H. Knox, R. T. McCarty, C. L. Bryant. Row 2: Emilio Lujan, Bruce Edwards, Benny Waldrop, Bob Sigmund, Dee Brown, Charles Greene, Holm Bursum, Bill Stephenson, Hunter Geer, Thomas Pogue. Row 3: Roger Leiker, Don Lopez, George Ellis, Wesley Menefee, Eugene Felton, Ronnie Mauro. Jerry Mundell, Bill Blciker, Hal Hopson, Rudy Garcia. Not Pictured: P. E. Neale, Darrel Wall, Jim McClelland, Darrell Farmer, Tom Hardy, Leon- ard Bourland, John Wenk. Officers: C. L. Bryant, president; George Ellis, vice-president; Bruce Edwards, treasurer; Rudy Garcia, secretary; Bob Sigmund, reporter. Sponsors: Prof. |. H. Knox, Dr. Norriss, Prof. Cobb. i ii SIGMA TAU National Honorary Engineering Fraternity Seated: Thomas, Coonce, Lopez, Jett, Bush. Second row: Muramoto, Ribblc. Cole, Adderhold, Chavez, Davis, Herbet, Steinmann. Crah Smith. Third row : Joe, Watt, Lodger, Munson, Smithhisler, Black. Lukens, Morgan. OFFICERS Ray Lopez President Carol Coonce Vice-President Robert Joe Recording Secretary Bill Craig Corresponding Secretary Ed Bush Treasurer Dwaine Sergent Historian D. B. Jett Advisor L15 American Society of Agricultural Engineers M L Ill J i,( AM M Seated: Howard Vance, T . G. Kramethauer, Ross Schmidt. Second row: Paul Togami, Z. G. Tyson, Prof. Williams, Eldon G. Hanson, W. F. Thornton. Thomas Shelley. Third row: Harold Rosenberg, Amando Lacayo, Leslie Thompson, Felix Sedillo. Fourth row: Norman Ribble, Robert Fasley, Robert Franklin. NOT PICTURED: Constantine Arghyriadis, B. J. Baca, Camilo J. Gonzalez. Edward G. Grey, Steven Pounds. Jack Stallings, Dunrith Waund, Jr. OFFICERS V. (.. Kramethauer President Ross Schmidt Vice- " President How aid Vance Secretary Jack Stallings Treasurer ADVISORS Prof. Tyson p ro f. Williams Eldon G. Hanson Head, Agriculture Engineering Department 116 Future Tenehers of America Top row: Mrs. Laura Van Smith, sponsor, Roger Cluff, Fred Landavazo. Albert Hutchinson, Alex Sanchez, Dr. Darrell Willey, sponsor. Middle row: Mary Sokoll, Donna Thatcher, Joe Ann Garrett, Delia Gates, Lupe Lucero, Georgia Jacquez, Betty Jo Wooten. Bottom row: Rebecca Molina, Bobbye White, Joy Miller, Mary Hogg. OFFICERS Bobbye White - President Delia Gates Vice-President Rebecca Molina Secretary Albert Hutchinson Treasurer Simona Deleado Historian Not Show n Simona Delgado Sam Romero Ralph Reynolds Mrs. Smith, Sponsor ! 17 American Chemical Society Student Affiliate Chapter Seated: Prof. Evans, Janet Pappas, Charles Fairchild, John Davis, Prof. Shires. Second row: Raul Valenzuela, Al Herbct, Charles Steinmann, Al Schell, Warren Crews, Clay Thomason. Third row: Bob Steppe, Robert Martin, Don Lindahl. OFFICERS Charles Fairchild President John Davis Vice-President Janet Pappas Secretary-Treasurer L. B. Shires Sponsor 118 in. i . .» .. ._.. .nuiim i .. . . i .. !.,, iiiiiuuijav BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 1953-1954 Front row: left to right: Mary James Hogg, Patsy Roseberry, Marjie Like, Pauline Roscbcr- ry,Joan Martin, Margaret Ridge, Joe Ann Garrett, Geraldine Duncan, Jo Anne King. Second row: Bill Don Naul, Raymond Corrcll, Steve Skaggs, Jim Brockman, Kenneth Nicholson. Dr. Guy F. Winsted, Bill Jackson, Clay Thomason, Kenneth Saunier, Franklin Petri son Third row: Terry Crider, Cody Williams, Bill Wallace, Jerene Martin, Constance Eicholtz Norma Mlilikiens, Louise Beiderman, Violet, Atchely, Barbara McCants, Bill Dodson, Jody Williams, Dale Embree. OFFICERS President Kenneth Nicholson Enlistment Vice President Jim Brockman Social Vice President Constance Eicholtz Devotional Vice President Terry Crider Secretary Margaret Ridge Treasurer Raymond Correll Music Director Walter Campbell Publicity Director Wilbur Johnson Missions Chairman Kenneth Saunier 119 BSU ACTIVITIES Baptist Student Center i BSU Banquet Annual White Sands Picnic Hobo Party 120 Women ' s Residence Halls __ EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President Zella Del Curto Vice President Dale Allen Secretary Jeanne Plocar Sponsor Dr. Mary Champion Top: Doris Steele, Patsy Roseberry, Jeanne Plocar, Shirley Kerns, Shirley Walker. Second row: Pat Henry. Norma Milikin, Joan Harms, Sue Griffith, Sharon Stallings, Patsy Jones. Third row: Delores Sanchez, Patsy Stark, Zella Del Curto, Georgia Jacquez, Joyce Schneider. Not present: Dale Allen, Pat Fletcher, Dani Jackson, Grace Jaramillo, Mary Jane Athaus, Anna Martin. JUST AROUND THE DORMS Homecoming — Rhodes Hall Oh! Us! Freshmen 1957 V. r J £ - •WEKNEW YOU WERE] COMING SO 121 1 1 1 mmuuuvwYH y vi iivw.l Peek-a-boo ! Santa At Rhodes Such Is Life Good Food ! Shall We Decorate? 122 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB nnen Pictures From Open House and Enchilada Supper 1st Semester State Convention Open House Homecoming Enchilada Supper Film Christmas Banquet Happenings 2nd Semester Home Management Party Luncheon Valentines Party Style Show Open House for High School Girls Tea For Seniors 123 Miss Helen Barbour Miss Hildure Anderson Mrs. Deane Stroman OFFICERS Alice Kurtz President Bonnie Russell ....Vice-President Josie Abeyta Secretary Beth Rhodes Treasurer Annabel Green Recorder Mrs. Opal Beaty Mrs. Julia Lee u ' 1st row: Alice Kurtz, Bonnie Russell, Josie Abeyta, Beth Rhodes, Annabel Green, Leone Hurst. 2nd row: Lola Bullock, Pita VigU, Teresa Viramontes, Lupe Lucero, Dolores Bonbach, Clara- belle Hart. 3rd row: Joan Greenwald, Melina Gutierrez, Nola Craddick, Barbara McCants, Nelva Crad- dick. 124 ALPHA ZETA Alpha Zeta is a national honorary fraternity, established to promote the profession of agriculture and to enrich rural life. It is the aim of the fraternity to accomplish this by bring- ing together under one organization, men of high scholarship, leadership, and character. Members are elected from the upper two fifths of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. First row: Harry Nightingale, Herb Ward, Buddy Bellomy, Ivan Salver, Leornard Bourland, Terry Voder, Bill Campbell. Members Second row: Gordon McLean, Bill Naul, Jim Davis, Lawrence Williams, Dick Tones, George Buchenau, Keith Avery. Third row: James Richards, Leonard Olsen, Mr. Norris, sponsor, Mr. Whitworth, sponsor, Mr. Wilson, sponsor, Mr. Cobb, sponsor. Fourth row: Bill Bleiker, Joe Downs, Wesley Niles, Dee Brown, Charlie Green, George Ellis, Hilliard Guy, Lwon Johnson. Fifth row: Bob Walton, Bill Melton, Hiroshi Muramoto, Ciriaco Gonzales, Vincent Pena. Alex Sanchez, Russell Roberts, Tom White. .... New Members Officers Back row: Leon Johnson, scribe, James Richards, chancellor. Leonard Olsen, Chronicellor. Front row: Bob Walton, censor, Ciriaco Gonzales, treasurer. 12; Bill Blciker Leonard Bourland Dec Brown Joe Downs Ciriaco Gonzales Charles Green Wade Green Hilario Maes Bill Don Naul James Richards Ivan Salyer Alex Sanchez Herb Ward Tom White Jose L. Vigil George Ellis Donald Crucc Leon Johnson A J A A CORONADO PLAYMAKERS MU DELTA CHAPTER OF ALPHA PSI OMEGA National Dramatics Fraternity Our purpose is to stimulate interest in dramatic activities at New Mexico A M College, to secure for the college all the advantages, and mutual helpfulness provided by a large national honorary fra- ternity, and by the means of electing students to membership, serve as a reward for their worthy efforts in participating in the plays staged by the dramatic organizations of the college. Participation in two plays is the requirement for membership. ft V- ' i f Hershel Zohn, Director OFFICERS President Leo Comeau Vice-President Anne Meek Treasurer Billy Beem MEMBERS Ben Bean Billy Beem Ann Brazil Basil Brazil Leo Comeau Louise Coonce Pat Coonce Don Davison Kathy Davison Joy DeVolk Tom Loom is Ray Madson Anne Meek Joy Miller Claude Pilley Doris Steele Clay Thomason Shirley Trimble Ken Allin Terry C rider Virginia Glover Celia Fountain PLEDGES 127 John Ward Phil Ward Bill Wilson ■ i ii in i mi t ivw -w I • i riUllllll I] Life W it li lather Anne Meek, Tom Loomis PLAYMAKER ' S PRODUCTIONS March 1953 Death of a Salesman Pauline Plumbley, Bob Taggert, Bill Wilson, Leo Comeau May 1953 The Male Animal Tom Loomis, Robert Larkin. Leo Comeau, Anne Meek. Mary Geiger, C. O. Ward, Deane Stroman October 1953 The Heiress Virginia rlovei . John Bellamy December 1953 jmim.n uini.umimnnn ■■ THE ENGINEERS COUNCIL H Back row: Coonce, Bush, Kinney, Lopez, Cole, Black, Craig, Bailey. Garrison. Front row: Thomas, Talley, Sergent, Fairchild, Jett. OFFICERS Dwaine Sergent „ President Robert Talley Vice-President Charles Fairchild Secretary-Treasurer EXOFFICIO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL Prof. M. A. Thomas Dean of Engineering Prof. D. B. Jett Dean Emeritus of Engineering MEMBER SOCIETIES American Society of Agriculture Engineers American Society of Civil Engineers American Institute of Electrical Engineers and Institute of Radio Engineers American Chemical Society American Society of Mechanical Engineers Pi ' Fan Sigma Sigma Tau Society of American Military Engineers Cooperative Student Association 129 PHI MU TAU HONORARY ARTS AND SCIENCES SOCIETY Seated: Scott Spencer, Mrs. Edith Robbinson, Eleanor Stevenson, Rebecca Molina, Vera La- Fleur, Lupe Storey, Aaron Schein. Standing: Mike Maloof, Louis Brandtncr, August Miller, Robert Martin, Charles Floyd, Jay Owens, Walter LaFleur, Gilbert Cano. OFFICERS ( .ilbert Cano President Charles Floyd Vice-President Rebecca Molina Secretary SPONSORS Dr. P. M. Baldwin Dr. Marion P. Hardman 130 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Seated: Bush. Garrison, Hanson, Kinney. Second row: Carol, Nabah, Chavez, Delgado, Witt. Coonce, Cunningham. Lukens. Third row: Pledger, Davis, Adderhold. Stuart, Smithhisler, Craig, Callaway. Fourth row: Howell, Haase, Fry, Finston, Munson, Pappas, Dickson. MEMBERS Joseph Smithhisler, Carroll Coonce, Robert Munson, Charles Witt, Robert Hetrick. William Crait, r , Dutch Mobbs, Swann Parks, Paul Hanson, Bernard Kinney, Edgar Bush. V. R. Davis, Joel Garrison, Bill Hunter, Gene Wolf, Richard Pledger, Jack Stuart, Aba Nabah, Dick See- ber. Paul Kiunke, Morris Finston, Raymond Ormsbee, Thomas Carroll, Joe Togami. OFFICERS Ed Bush President Paul Hanson Secretary Joel Garrison Vice-President Bernard Kinney Treasurer Jack Hardgraves Advisor 131 ' mi 111 iiiii i iimiiiiiiiiiinimiMiJii AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS D. B. Jett Student Chapter Seated: Jaramillo, Joe, White, Talley, Bennett, Jett. Second row: Miller, Furguson, Sanders, Foreman, McCarter, Garcia, Cole, Sergent, Willyard, Clark. Third row: Hunt, Sullens, Smith, Vigil, Baker, Martinez, Pilley, Darnell, Martinez, Bond, Bromilow , Jordan, Madrid, Littell. OFFICERS Bob Talley President Floyd Bennett Vice-President Robert Joe Secretary John White Treasurer D. B. Jett Advisor 132 PI TAU SIGMA NATIONAL HONORARY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY The objectives of Pi Tau Sigma are to encourage and recognize scholastic achievement of un- dergraduate students in Mechanical Engineering and to honor practicing engineers for distin- guished technical attainments. First Row: Bush, Witt, Craig, Garrison, Kin- ney. Second: Haase, Chavez, Aderhold, Coonce, Field, Cunningham, Lukens. Third: Carrol, Panlener. Davis, Smithhisler, Dickcrson, Han- son. Fourth: Howell, Frye, Munson, Pappas, Callaway, Morgan. J fc -■ -i t? Prof. J. M. Hardgraves Fraternity Advisor Spring 1953 OFFICERS Carroll A. Coonce President William H. Craig V ice-President Joseph A. Smithhisler Recording Secretary Glenn R. Hare Corresponding Secretary Bernard W. Kinney Treasurer Prof. James W. Field Advisor Fall 1953 William H. Craig ... Edgar D. Bush, Jr. Charles K. Witt ...Bernard W. Kinney Joel F. Garrison Jack M. Hardgraves ACTIVE MFMBERS Jon R. Aderhold, Edgar D. Bush. Jr., Robert L. Callaway, Thomas A. Carrol, Felipe A. Cha- vez, Jr., Darroll A. Coonce, William H. Craig, Robert C. Cunningham, Verble R. Davis, Ger- ald L. Dickerson, James A. Frye, Joel F. Garrison, William H. Haase, Paul W. Hanson, Rich- ard E. Howell, Bernard W. Kinney, Louis W. KJeine. Robert B. Munson, Ernest Pappas, Swann E. Parks, Harold R. Seeber, Joseph A. Smithhisler, Charles K. Witt. HONORARY MEMBERS Prof. Arch M. Lukens, Prof. Glen W. Panlener, Prof. Jesse P. Morgan, Prof. Jack M. Hard- graves, Mr. James W. Field. i MM lllll fHWIHUIIHiilll IB Vf fi «-i G CL£ i? Back row: Hal Hopson, Treasurer Bill Stephens, Sponsor Eugene Sweet, President Ralph Reynolds, Secretary John Wenk, Vice-President Front Row: Patsy Stork, Reporter Mrs. E. Stroman, Sponsor 134 ■ — H— !!■!■■ ■ ' » illull 1 ,. iiuitt Jin Robert Sigmund Ramon Sanchez J. T. Hallimon Greeley Myer Eugene Jelton Walter Box Wade Green Wesley Menefee J. M. Blackburn - J Leonard Bourland Theo Burt, Jr. " 1 1 J ' Thomas Hardy n Herb Ward C. L. Bryant 135 Jeanne Plocar Bill Bleiker AG CLUB Bob Elder Russell Roberts Dee Park Gerald E. Sweel Edward Sierra d Danly Sayles Wart Walker . V J Joan Farquer Marilyn Sundt Howell Whitsell Members not shown: Keith Auston, Vernon Bennett, Dorothy Brown, Annette Conant, Dar- rcll Curron, James Davis. Nancy Dcsjardin, John Downs, Jim Dunlap, Richard Farmer, Don Lane, Roger Licker, Charles Morton, Nick Muromato, Fred Nations, Thomas Pagne, Norman Ribble, Don Sigismond, Manny Shirvani, Bud Stewart, Rowe W. Swain, Boico Tom Kersly, Bill Thornton. Bluford Thornton, E. K. Wallace, Terry Yoder. 136 AG CLUB Robert Edwards Varner Cooke Jack Brunacini Dick Jones 1 Gerald Mundell Bob Boyd . - William McKinzine Joan Greenwald X Robert Rabe John McCauley Ralph Reynolds 137 Joseph Downs I Fernando Salaz Joe Nelson John Wenk ■ ' ■■■■■ " » ■-.. WOMEN ' S PR MAJORS AND MINORS CLUB v2 . Top Row : Prestine Pennington, Mary Jane Althaus, Pat Roseberry, Raquel Torres, Cora Marie Porter. Bottom: Dolores Sanchez, Betty Jo Guiglardi, Shirley Earhart. Jo Ellen Duncan. Not Pictured: Donna Pumphrey, Betty Keller, Marionne McDade, Juadean Estes. WOMEN ' S RECREATION ASSOCIATION Pi®e Top row: Betty Jo Guiglardi, Mary Jane Althaus, Joyce Schneider, Raquel Torres, Gene- vieve Briggs, Shirley Johnson. Middle: Cynthia Biff le, Carolyn Sue Allan, Letty Hubbard, Carol McFall, Jody Duncan, Mollie Cooper. Bottom: Corky Porter. Sharon Stallings, Georgia Jacquez, Prestine Pennington, Sol Mendez. 138 I iiJimiiimii ■■ " " ' -1 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS Dr. Albert Burris Dr. Russell K. Sherburne Front row: Bob Young, Cecil Post, Louis Brandtner, Vera Scott LaFleur, Roger Ratliff, John Granger Middle row: James Kerwin, Mel Daybell, Walter LaFleur, Gilbert Cano, Gus Miller, Don Murray, Paul Ewalt Top row: Arthur Morse, T. B. Frizzell, Robert Schmid, William Baker, Bill Shawcross, Chuck Mozcr 139 RODEO CLUB rT ' i L ■tor T . " m ■ I • f 1 1 ■!! - ' HBM If OFFICERS Hal Hopson, president, Jody Dun- can, secretary. Howard Driggers, vice president. Bill Bleiker, treasur- er. SPONSORS Dr. Robert A. Nichols, Miss Mary Helen Lomax, Dr. Robert T. Mc- Carty. it f (Kneeling L-R) Don Thornberry, Joe Ballew, Keith Austin, Wesley Menefee, Bill Bleiker. Roger Leiker, Ronnie Mauro, Bruce Edwards, Jimmy Harris, Harry Bryan, Tuck Holloman, Moon Mullens, Buddy Tulk, (Standing L-R ) Bobby Boyd, Donald Martin, Bill Schneemann, Hal Hopson, Danly Saylcs, Clay Withrow, Thomas Hardy, Frank Ingham, Howard Drig- Arlen Kennedy, Darrel Norman, Boyce Tankersley, Jack Brunacini, (Cirls L-R) Betty Jo Guiglardi, Charlotte Forehand, Corky Porter. Joan Harms. Jeannie Plocar, Nancy Ed- wards, Jo Ellen Duncan, Dorothy Lowry, (Not Pictured) Duane Knipc, John Yarbrough. ! 10 " " " ' I ' • M I ■ I I. i.U I r o U " ; a ? e u P " Heading For Home " ' Money Ride ' « SIGMA DELTA PI National Spanish Honorary Fraternity Beta Eta Chapter Standing: Elisaida Moore, Joe Zdenck, Elizabeth Horcasitas, Teresa Alexander. Seated: Dr. Carl Tyre, sponsor, Romelia Enriquez, Maria Smith Vigil, Porfirio Sanchez, Richard Hancock. i i • ■ iimiiunn.iiiiiiiimimi. ALPHA PHI GAMMA National Honorary Journalism Fraternity Alpha Nu Chapter Alpha Nu is A M ' s chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma, national honorary journalism frater- nity. To become a member, a student must have participated in the production of one of the two campus publications and be recommended for membership by the faculty advisors or the editors. The Alpha Nu chapter has been active on this campus since 1947. Its purpose is to unite journalism students with members of the profession, thereby giving the students a per- spective of the importance and nature of their work. OFFICERS Edward Boykin President Mike Maloof Vice-President Nell Sullens Secretary-Treasurer Paul S. Conklin Faculty Sponsor PLEDGES Jim Rogers, Bud Bradly, Carol Chittick, Tom Granger, Jo Irving, John Benedict, Lupc Lu- cero, Jim Haight, Julia Richardson, Gene Preiuley. Walt O ' Brien. Not Shown: Leone Hurst. OtVr Members Ann Forehand, Roger Siddall, Pat Henry, Norval Glenn. I i3 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS Joint Student Branch Front row: Ray Bowcrman, Raymond Black, Diann Krall, George Bailey. Second row: Valentine Orona, Dick Leger, Raymond Lopez, Bernie Menkes, Voit Drankhin. Back row: Harold Smith, Lon Alexander, Dean Thomas, Clarence Taylor, Louis Lehman. David Watt, Richard Harkey, Eugene Lee, Benjamin Bean, Horton Shute, Dr. Crosno. i 1 1 MEN ' S INTRAMURAL COMMISSION Left to Ri ht: C. S. Moll, faculty advisor, Roy Rigoni, Kenny Kley- pas, Clark Presley, L. H. " Bud " Bradly, director of intramurals. 145 CO r I John Sanders President OP James Thomas Vice President COOPERATIVE STUDENT Eugene Holly Secretary ASSOCIATION Rohert Sheafer Treasurer Spurgeon Watford Historian 146 Min y,»v am akiai rnuuMJiiiiAKLAt.il ■ ■■ r tm ■ THE CO-ETTS The first four girls to begin the Cooperative student program are: Mrs. Bonnie Barrow, mathematics major from Santa Fe. Mrs. Marilyn VValtrip, physics major from State College. Miss Beatrice Montestruc, physics major from El Paso. Miss Shirley Kerns, physics major from Carlsbad. 147 Ill I I ! I ». Nmillllinilil l» • ' ll l " l.illliii »Hn» m ■»— .» aiiMniniiia . «..■■•■ ■ ; 148 f— IIMIMI 11 .jiiauuiiiu.y f.miijillUUIJM I 19 ALL-GREEK COUNCIL Front: Francis Stark, Joan Jobc, Wanda Parten, Clarabell Hart. Anna Martin. Second row: Richard Harkcy, Imogene Baglcy, Ann Forehand, Bonnie Ligon, Leone Hurst, Gerald Cole, Darrell Wall, J. E. Pearson, Advisor. Back: Marvin Dawson, Sam Brown, Fred Maga, Jimmy Rogers, Bill Craig, Doyle Van Arsdale, Jay Owens, Roy Rigoni. no Panhelienic Council President Vice-President Secretary Francis Stark Ann Forehand Joan Jobe Delta Zeta Chi Omega Zeta Tau Alpha The Panhellenic Council, composed of delegates from the three women ' s fraternities, compiles rules governing rushing and controls the campus policies of the organization. Dr. Mary I. Champion, councilor for women, is the faculty sponsor. Jo Ellen Duncan, Chi Omega Bonnie Russell, Delta Zeta Dolores Bombach. Zeta Tau Alpha Jo Irving, Chi Omega Rebecca Molina. Delta Zeta Margery Neale, Zeta Tau Alpha 151 1 1 1 I ■ II ■ f . . 1 1 1111 1 llilt It III Chi Omega Chi Omega, national women ' s fraternity, was found- ed on the University of Arkansas campus. In 1939, the Pi Delta chapter was chartered on the A M campus, making it one of the 114 presently active chapters in the United States. In addition to houseparties, alumni gatherings, slum- ber parties and an all-Greek formal dance, Pi Delta chapter entertained the other fraternities on campus in a series of parties throughout the year. The Chi Omega housemother is Mrs Sara Cushing, known as " Mom " Cushing to everyone on the campus. Ann Forehand President PLEDGES 1953 Joan Anderson Malyn Anderson Miriam Briggs Peggy Brooks Carolyn Hartman Eileen Logsdon Dorothy Lowry Carol McFall Janice Phillips Patsy Stork Phylis Vaughn . -M I ' .l Jf 141 Hi -vi-ii ffji j iium UJ11UUMJM4 Chi Omega Jo Ellen Duncan Vice-President Joan Farquar Secretary Jo Anne White Treasurer Clarabelle Hart Pledge Trainer Jo Irving Rush Chairman Imogene Bagley Joyce Crane Marie Dingee Shirley Earhart Jeanette Emmette Maudeane Harris Joann Hart Paula Hines Eleanor Newsom Nell Sullens Paulina Utz Mary Lou Wilkison Betty Jo Wooten Patty Wright Mom Cushing Housemother LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Pledges Standing: Pete Fleming, Clyde Oswell, Gereld Welch, Leon Hart. Sitting: Donnie Cox, Gary Long, Richard Judking, Jim Quinlan. Sponsors sg? Not Pictured: " Dad " Jett 3 Actives John Davis George Lockwood ■» Tom Taylor L. B. Shires A HKJ 2 " Harold Wuest Frank Bromilow - IP ' Charles Hibler R. K. Sherburne m Mt m ' Gene Holly " Mom " Guard, 1 f Pledges Robert Melancon Housemother gJ Joe Dawson Harold Baxstrom 1953 Officers 1954 Jay R. Owens President Dee Stotts Charles Floyd Vice President Marvin Dawson Joe Brown; Dee Stotts Secretary Bob Steppe Marvin Dawson Treasurer Bill Allen John Sullens Social Tom Taylor Bob Steppe Rushing Edward Keddy Dave Watt Ritualist Dave Watt Lon Alexander Pledge Trainer Lester Daw son JI ' AS-i X s i Lon Alexander Bill Allen Roy Angelini Lyle Barron Bob Burrows Charles Davis Lester Dawson Marvin Dawson Bob Eure Dave Feller Charles Floyd Henry Free Floyd Johnson Edward Keddy Jim McClelland Jay R. Owens George Rose Robert Sigmund Bob Steppe Dee Stotts John Sullens Richard Vaughn Dave Watt Wayne Wolf OFFICERS 1953 Jimmy Rogers Prytanis Bill Craig Epi-Prytanis Fred Maga Crammateus Bob Callaway Crysophylos . Ed Boykin Histor Jack Stuart Hypophetes . Wade Green .Hegemon Charles Murphy Pylortes Teke Sweetheart and Bob Bill Craig Bill Hursh Charles Murphy Bud Davis Dick Mullins Pete Vance Don Tucker Ed Wayne Best set on the Campus Chow Time Gerry Shurtz Jack McCauley Alex Sanchez Don Wunsch Tony Lucero Jack Cochran Eddie Jacobs Ruben Marquez Thomas Posey Gilbert Aubcl Party, Party Bill Gray Manuel Silva Paul Kuikuc Blaine Ouanstrom Bob Evans Frank Steele Clyde Akard Floyd Bennett Gus Gomez Bill Yipond TAU KAPPA EPSILON Ol ft Jim Bason Bill Davis Glenn Green Bill Klement Dwaine Sergent Pete Vance Ed Boykin Bud Davis Wade Green Pete Koch Roger Siddall Bob Callaway Larry DeHerrera Jim Haight Rex Lacey George Smith Bill Craig Bud Drhrkoop John Huffmyer Fred Maga Jack Stuart Ed Wayne 157 Harry Dale Stanley Dennis Bill Hursh Bob Munson John Sween Earl Darst Tom Dickson Robert Joe Chuck Murphy Paul Togami Alike Daugherty Ciriaco Gonzales John Klaudt Jim Rogers Don Tucker Clabe Wicker THETA CHI PLEDGES 158 UUUlUt Ul .11 ■ inm«H » »v.«m Anderson, O. Cowart, Geo Igou, Ray Dodson, Ivan Hicks, Bill Rounds, Ed Brown, Sam Greene, Chas. Ellis, Geo. vice-president president secretary Field, James Cole, Jim Harkey, R. McKinzic, W. Nelson, Joe Rigoni, Roy Roberts, R. Schmidt, R. Winter, J. Not Pictured: John Benedict, Oscar Carter, Jim Dunlap, Al Hcrbet, Jerry Howard, Al Hutchison, Bob Martin. 159 niu Minim ii i inn ■ 11 1 II I II 11 III • I ■ i ail ■■ wiumuwwx.x ' w ZETA TAU ALPHA Zcta Lodge Beta Nu of Zcta Tau Alpha was chartered on the A M campus in 1928. This year Beta Nu celebrated its 25th anniversary with a sup- per-dance at the Zeta Lodge and Milton Hall. ZTA, an international women ' s fraternity, was founded in 1898, at Farmville, Virginia. It now has 104 college chapters and 166 alum- nae groups. ZTA is very proud of its members, for it looks back with pleasure at this year 1953-54 and looks forward with anticipation to the com- ing years. Christina Blank president Marilyn Sundt vice-president Carlene Miller secretary Juadean Estes Gail Groessel Patsy Jones K.ik ii King Jean Mandril Jeanne Plocar Our Fall Pledges 16n ...,—-- -— , M w- - ' ' ummij iiuiiii. i:ii mining ji ti z. r. . Joan Jobe president Bonnie Ligon vice-president Pat Henry secretary Dee Park treasurer Jo Ann Keith Margie Neale rush chairman Dolores Bombach Carol Chittick Margie Davis Helen Hamill Georgia Jacquez Ardith King Clara Melendres Wanda Parten Lola Patrick Diana Sherwood Doris Steele Donna Thatcher Shirley Trimble Teresa Viramontes Not Shown — Anne Meek. Shirley Priestley, Katherine Davison. L6l s A E S A E Fall Officers: E. A.— K. D. Wall E. D. A.— Jerry Porter E. R. — Samuel Hernandez E. T. — Tom Hardy E. C. — Pierce Hubbard E. Cr. — Bill Bliecker E. W. — Eugene Howell E. H.— David Parker E. P. — Leonard Bourland E. Ch. — Dick Jones SAE House Spring Officers: E. A. — Hal Hopson E. D. A. — Tom Hardy E. R. — Bill Wooten E. T. — Charles Bandy E. C— Walt O ' Brien E. Cr.— L. B. Porter E. W. — Lee Atchison E. H. — Ken Kleypas E. P.— Buck Young E. Ch. — Jerry Porter Pledges Back row: Hardin Walker, Kenneth Conway. Jerry Lofton, James H. Brown, Charles Bates, Wylie Dougherty, Vainer Cooke, Don Sigismond. Fron t n»w : Eddie Racel, Gerald King, Bill Shriver, David Ivy, Dick Snell, Jack Wooten, Keith Cuthrie. Not Pictured: Moe Maestas, Lamar Gwaltney, William Deitz. 162 Vince Boudreau Jim Newton Thurlow Caffey Mike Maloof David Parker Darrell Wall Pierce Hubbard Leonard Bourland Scott Spencer Charles Bandy Bill Wooten M ■ 1 I Walter O ' Brien Monte Kirk Shriver McCarter Not Pictured: James Gose Buck Young T T " ™ I Tom Hardy Kenny Bindcll Jim Henri Bill Bliecker ii ' - -J 1 r ji Samuel Hernandez sj I 1 | i Dick Jones Dave Ligon i Ken New ton • 1 i Jerry Porter L. B. Porter Charles Sanford Lee Atchison Ray Bowerman 163 I I I i 1 1 ■ I - . . DELTA ZETA Frances Stark President Bonnie Russell 1st Vice-President Rebecca Molina 2nd Vice-President Annabel Green Corresponding Secretary Leone Hurst Jr. Past President Delia Gates Joy Miller Anna Martin Margaret Richards Shirley Walker Patsy Patton Carolyn Sue Allan Gretchen Floyd Marguerite Woodwell L l Peggy Kelly Alice Kurtz Jane Ann Little Not Pictured: Suzanne Brumley, Maria Vigil, Loudell Mayes, Bar bara Clark, Prestinc Pennington. 165 II Hill (-. .i nnni. ' ihi ii mt ii ■■ iHimnuu i . SIGMA PI OFFICERS President Bernard Menkes Vice-President Tom White Secretary Boyd Anderson Treasurer Juan Rios Historian Rafael Gallegos Rush Chairman Lee Conover Sgt. at Arms Lawrence Vigil Back Row: James Yarano, James Parker, Leo Marquez, Thomas inuld. Center Row: Ray Smith, sponsor; Lawrence Vigil, Boyd Anderson, Dave Hoover, Dr. M. G. Anderson, sponsor. I ront Row : Charles Witt, Tom White, Bernard Menkes. Ralph Gal- l ;os, Irvine Kimber, Lee Conover. 166 i p i) ' 2 M f V f ,. W T _, J. i James Parker Ralph Gallegos Don DeGraftenreid Boyd Anderson James Varano Bernard Menkes Thomas Gould Lee Conover Tom White David Hoover £- S Irvin Kimber Lawrence Vigil Charles " Witt 167 I I i I i ■ r - . . ■ m — «■ OFFICERS President Herb Cummings Vice-President Bill Wilson Secretary Edward Lujan Treasurer Ray Lopez Chaplain George Buchenau Sgt.-at-arms James Isler Rushing Ivan Salyer- Pledge Master Leon Johnson Athletic Director . Ted Leonard Top: Left to Right: Leon Johnson. Mike Mohrhauser, Ronald Mc- Danicl, Virgil Torbert, Hill Beckham. Second: John Gianardi, Gene Fine li. Hill Wilson, Ray Lope , Joel Garrison, Dan Cook, Jerry Cole, Jack Stallings, Dick Gilbert. Front: Ivan Salyer, Ted Leonard, Mar- vin Gates. Herb Cummings, Kdward Lujan, Jim Isler, Ben Luchini, Flfigo Sanchez, 6H PLEDGES Seated: John Murphy, Bill Gallegos, Gilbert Ferran. Second: John Lane, Mack Whittaker, Norman Marley, Charles Sayre. Third: Ed Foreman, Charles Steinman, Herminio Bustamente, Bob Wrieht. Rushing This Is Work? 169 f tl.Jll II JIM1I ■ llililiimi I I I • : I nil lli.iiiil 11 II ii i " i. iiiiumww v w»n n i i» ' " ' " " J FACULTY ADVISOR Dr. Robert " Doc " McCarty Alpha Lambda Chapter of Al- pha Gamma Rho received its National Charter on May 19, 1951. It is the only chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho in New- Mexico, as well as the youngest fraternity on campus. Homecoming Float A 4?q] J r a ' mm a J 4 . PuTp Alpkfl Mother Ruth Stiles Building Association Members Mr. Zariel G. Tyson Dr. Robert M. Porter Mr. H. Maker Dr. Robert McCarty Back-Breaking Activities 170 c Vorman C. Ribblc fPres.) - ' fm Calvin Ward Frank Baca Armando Lacayo (Vice-Pres. Bud Waund Bud Bellamy if Blueford Thorton (Treas.] IkJ Bill Thorton milo Zamora Sec.: u w Sam R. Romero (H. Mgr.) James Davis Hiroshi Muramoto Harry Nightingale Manny Shirvani Camilo Gonzales Charles Madrid Lucio Zamora Melvin F. Romero Joe I. Rivera Billy Luper Raul Venenzula Willy Ashby Thomas Shelly Harold Rosenberg Harold Jacobs 171 liil ' .r.. llltnilillM li « ' iii ' i.iihuwwmi ' Mill I II I ■ ■ I .Jt ■ f - m 172 17S ■HMiLMI 1 II II Ullii 1 ' UUUIllI Mil 111 riMIIIIIIIIIIM miu. a, .. ..., ft I t II I i - . n i in i 1 1 i.i i i, i i if iii ' i imu Corp staff Cadet Major William Hicks, Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Wal- ton, Cadet Lt. Col. Lon Alexander, Cadet Col. Buck Young, Cadet Lt. David Coats. Cadet Color Guard £kt im Sgt. Philip Mcllor, M Sgt. Johnny Mathis, T Sgt. Jerry Floyd, S ' Sgt. Richard McDonald. 174 HattalHon Staff Cadet Captain Samuel Hernandez, Cadet Major Charles Floyd, Cadet Captain Telesfor Chavez, Cadet Lt. Col. Bill Ferris, Cadet Major Telford Davis, Cadet Captain Mike Bouvet. fwroup Staff - ■ ' V - - ■- -. Cadet Major Gilbert Cano, Cadet Captain John Sullens, Cadet Captain Robert White, Cadet Lt. Col. Edward Boy- kin, Cadet Lt. Rock Ashcraft, Cadet Lt. Henry Hcrrera. 175 I 1 I 1 1 111 Ml I 11 . . i 1 I 1.1 11 II 11. ■ I ■ ii m ii i ■ ■ ■) j i ■■ inuinu u v » i w rn mmirir Squadron A Front: Callaway. R. L.; Wright, Robt. A.; Lucero, A. H.; Stanley, O. H.; Isler, J. R.; Frye, J. A; Wayne, E. B. First Row: Garcia, J. D.; Price, H. L.; Bottcron, C. F; Smith, G. M.; Cook, M. D.; Beckham, Bill; Stewart. E. F.; James, D. P.; Lofton. J. R.; Sanchez, A. A.; Stallings, Jack; Russell, Lynn; Sanchez, P. T.; Maestas, J. C; Mitchell, A. L. Second Row: Eversall, L. A.; Thornton, B. A.; Fincher, C. F.; Galyean, R. D.; Wilson, T. B.; Agne, D. A.; Frietze, L. C; Nelson, J. A.; Correll, R. L. ; Valenzuela, R. O.; Hcinzman, H. W.j Johnson, W. D.; Pacheco, O.; Ellis, George. Third Row: Zickert, F. M.; Gallegos, W. G.; Maynez, H. L.; Holmes, R. E.; Thorpe, H. G.; Garcia, G. R.; Feller, D. L.; McDonald, R. J.; Floyd, J. L.; Em- bree, O. D. Fourth Row: Jackson, W. A.; Goar,L. K.; Bustamante. H. R.; Dowell, J. G.; Mer- tian, ( :. J.; Woottcn, J. B.; Darst, E. L.; HicksJ. H.; Bell, D. R.; Mactavish, A. H.; Lane, J. F. Fifth Row: Walton, Gary; Corcorran, H. B.; Steele, F.; Swanson. D. T.; McDaniel, R. J.; Bryan, K. R.; Myers, R. G.; Molina, L. A.; Parks, S. E.; Briggs, F. N.; Watt, D. W. T.; Koch, R. A. Cadet Captain Robert L. Callaway 176 Squadron H m wit Front: Sayre, C. A.; Ballew, J. L.; Myers, G. W.; Cahoon, C. V.; Atencio, S.; Olson, R. E.; Green, W. L.; Skaggs, S. L.; Howell, R. E.; Carbine, D. P.; Bason, J. R. Second Row: Smith, R. N.; Rice, R. B.; King, C. (..; Fallon, E.; Hartman, I. A.; Moore, R. A.; Marquez, R. R.; Castinon, D. M.; Anderson, B. C; Hamilton, M. G; Lopez, M. V.; Sandoval, L. L.; Chavez, J. R.; Barrow, R. G.; Straley, G. L.; Wright, T. L.: Sanchez, R. T.; Jacobs, H. L.; Murray, D. E.; Hunten, W. M.; Baca, J. D.; Pair, G E.; Bates, G L.; Laney, R. F.; Wood, B. J.; Fin- ston. M. S.; Dick, J. R. Fourth Row : Maynes, A. A.; Barela, B. J.; Barron, Lyle A.; Duran, M. H.; Togami, J. R.; Atchison, R. L.; Ives, T. O.; Edwards, B. E.; Campbell, B. D.; Chacon, M. J.; Sweem, J. T.j VanArsdale, D. L. Fifth Row: Meil, M. A.; Jones, W. A.; Place, R. K.; Garcia, J. E; Ward, G H.; Warner, F. W.; Jacobs, L. E.; Tankcrsley, B.; Jones, W. M.; Stotts, F. D.; Honeyman, N. D; Sixth Row: Bursum, H. O.; Schaller. J. J.; Morrow, J. A.; Steele, G W.; Garcia. R. J.; Gilbert, R. B.; Davis, N.M.; Hand, J. G; Brininstool, E. P.; Field, V. L.; Klein, T. A. Cadet Captain Wade L. Green I 77 ' " " I ' 11 WW 111 imiii i nniiiiriiiu ir i mi ii ai « i » iiiiiiiiini . mituiunw i - rji ni ' ii: ii nil SQUADRON C Front: Boyd B.; Floyd. E. M.; Elder, B.; Wilson, C. P.; Akard, C. J.; Pogue, T. F.; Johnson, B. L.; Free, H. K.; Wilson, W. R.; Sayles, D. C; Leger, R. D.; Wallace, D. R.; Hayes, J. W.; Caldwell. W. H. Second Row: Mundell, G. L. ; Krausc, W. E.; Miller, J. J.; Cox, D. C; Gould. T. W.; Allen, W. A.; Stratton, N. H.; Morris, R. G.; Whitaker, M. H.; Cole, J. W.; Ad- long, D. W.; Wormington, H. (;.; Biel, G. R.; Flores, R. A.; Laritson, L. P. Third Row: Cal- kins. J.; Austin. J. K.; Gore, P.; Rid«c, L.; Curran, D.; Bachman, H.; Daugherty, W. R.; Thomas. L.; Marker. B. R.; Blarklock, J. F.; Lambert, J. E. Fourth Row: Juen, R. P.; Wood- ward. (..; Sweet, G. E.; Holguin, N. R.; Owcnsby. G.; DeBattista. R.; Mayfield, J. A.; Thorn- berry, D. D.; Pickens, J. B.; Henry, E.; Walton, F. H. Fifth Row: Woods, G. W.; Hildebrandt, J. H.; Martinez, R. C; Bandy, C:. L.; Alvarez. A. F.; Station, J. W.; Holly, F. E.; Munn, G. J.; Conlec, C. S.; Davis. J. W. Sixth Row: Dickson, T. W.; Salaz, F. M.; Long, G. P.; Griffin, L. E.; Campbell, R. E.; Beard. E. N.; Lindsey, B. R.; Ribblc, N. C; Landavazo, F.; Wilson, W. H.; Mutton, P. H.; Sigismond. D. L.; Kohlhaas, R. L. Cadet Captain Bernard L. Johnson 178 COMPANY A Front: Baca, A. J.; Johnson, R. E.; Hardy, T. O.; Whitsitt, H. B.; Gallegos, R.; Montgomery, W. D.; Klaudt, J. D.; Bcan..B. A.; Adair, W. J.; Sanchez. E. P. Second Row: Sandoval, R. V.; Williams, C. D.; Lisle, H.; Sigismond, R.; Igou, R. A; Fredericks. J.; Hawkins, C; Brown- field, L.; Henry, D.; Bennett. V.; Gomez, W.; Hall. J. O.; Wenk. J. Third Row: Vigil, G.; Lopez, H.; Wolf, G.; Miller, A.; Adelo, F.; Fogleman, E.; Silver. R. J.; Tafoya, B. M.; Good- rum, W. L.j Wheeler, W.; McGormick, R.; Roberson, D.; McKinzi. . W. Fourth Row: Nor- man. D.; Hunt, R. W.; Nellis, P.; Pledger, R.; Crews, W.; Pilley, G. L.; Coyne, D.; Sweatt, W. J.; Cowart, F.; Brdecko, A.; Shawcross, W. E.; Sichlen, J. L. Fifth Row: Manker, L. F Winter, J. E.; Bryan. H. C; Walker, H.; Menefee. W.; O ' Daniell, I.; Parker, J.; Garnene, H Cooke. V. L.; Allied. R.; Martindale, J.; Bindel. K. Sixth Row: Thomas, A.; Martinez, P Armijo. L.; Gomez. (..; Wolfe, W.; Cox. D.; Daybell. M.; Travis, D.; Geer, H.; Torres, P Short, B. ; Hawkinson, S. 179 r jAtunmii m miinuiv iiiiimn ■ ■ ■■ n ■ 1 1 1 1 f I I f I ■ llll I 11.11 It 1 ■ I I I I ' J COMPANY B Front: Wall, K. D.; Hemic, J. C; Cole. G.; Williams, E. T.; Bourland, L.; Rogers, J. J.; Wheeler, K.; Bailey, F. J.; Munson, R. B.; Henson, L. R.; Craig, W. H. Second Row: Mat- thews, G. L.; Zamora, E. B.;Lockhart, R. E.jYoder, T. D.; Parker, D. B.; Benedict, J. N.; Gammill, B.; Downs, J. M.; Rehorn, C. R.; Navar, M.; Barber, R. D.; Roybal, R.; Villarreal, J.j Karris, B. Third Row: Montestruc, A. N.; Widner, R.; Swartz, L. M.; Kincaid, C. R.; Ruckcr, D. R.; Evans, R. H.; Lofland, J. H.; Gutierrez, E. S.; Brininstool, W.; Hoover, D. W.;- Lancaster, D.; Sparlin, R. L.; Jordan, W. G. Fourth Row: Stephens, W.; Franklin, R. D.; Fielder, C. D.; Morse, A. L.; Henderson, J. R.; Morris, J. M.; King, M. W.; Owen, N. L.; Mur- phy, J. H.; Holliman, J. T.; Baca, A. J.; Harrison, J. W.; McKinley, W. Fifth Row: Baca, B.; Lee, W.; kendrick, J.; Gil, H. O.; Romero, F. M.; Nance, J.; Lyon, R.; Gennaro, T.; Herring, R.; Doty, R.; Young, T.; Gibbs, E. A.; Bell, D. E.; Crawford, VV. A. Sixth Row: LaPierre, R. E.; Feight, R. L.; Eastly, D.; Hammons, L.; Zecca, (J. F.; Cooper, C. E.; Gwaltney, L. E.; Sanders, C. D.; Chavez, I. A.; Walker, B. L.; Miller, J. U.; Sanderson, J. C; Kennedy, J. J.; Pickens. 180 COMPANY C Front: Cummings, H. L.; Dennis, S.; Owens, J. R.; Romero, S. R.; Sanford, C; Aderhold, J. R. Second Row: Gann, R. L.; Peterson, F. G.; Wicker, C. E.; Rounds, E. E.; Newton, J. D.; Sanford, B. G.; Bond, D. B.: Gantz, R. D.; Williams, J. L.; McCarter, T. K.; Martinez, R. G.; Thomas, J. L. Third Row: Rolluitz, J. B.; Peck, Ch. W.; Torbert, V. M.; Watford, S. E.; Lovelady, C. E.; Erhest, O. O.; Mathers, J.; Felten, E. F.; Burch, J.; Silva, F.; Chang, B.;Cof- field, J.; Anderson, H.; Flowers, N. Fourth Row: Fresquez, R. E.; Wuest, H. T.j Hutchinson, J. I-.: Salazar, D.; Rhodes, B. A.; Mauro, P. R. ; Sncll. R. M.; Hedges, R. O.; Crider, T. A.; Perez, R.; Maestas, D. L.; Garcia, T. C. Fifth Row: Pounds, S.; Desjardin, R.; Gianardi, J. S.;Catcs, M. F.; Schneemann. W.; Tulk, W. M.; Martin, D. K.; Hart, A. R.; Gunn, R. W.; Yarbrough, J. I).; Melancon, R.; Robertson, |. B.; Shurtz, (i. P.; McDill, W. Sixth Row: Dod- son, B. R.; Burrows, J. C; Rosenberg, H. Z.; Moore, R. A.; Neighors, J. G.; Baker, W. T.; Schmid, R. J.; Woolford, P. A.; Downs, J. B.; Shelley, T. R.; Lucero, A.; Posey, T. M.; Puck- ctt, C. G. 1 HI i ' ■•iNiuimni ii vr ji ii ini]inu v v k w ij lli ' ifn J! TTlflj Activities 182 THE SWASTIKA The 1953-54 Swastika staff was headed hy Ed Boykin, editor, and Lupe Lucero, business manager. Faculty sponsor for the year- book was Professor Robert L. Larkin of the Journalism department. The staff was composed of John Klaudt, who did the art work, Jim Haight and Tom Granger, who were responsible for all of the on campus photographic work, and Gene Priestley and Andy Padilla, sports editors. The backbone of the staff was provided by Duane Knipe, John Ledbetter, Steve Ledbetter, in the photo department, Olga Padilla, chief assistant to Lupe in her business managing, and Carol Chittick. Jo Irving, John Benedict, Julia Richardson, Betty Jo Fields and Jimmy Rogers and Bud Davis, in the general help field. Always the helping hand of any college outfit, our sponsor, Mr. Robert Larkin, was doubly that this year. His technical knowledge and experience provided the groundwork for this edition. Ed Boykin Editor Robert L. Larkin Sponsor 183 t JMi lllltm if M II I! I r.i v i hi mi 11 mi ii a tin ii ii 111 1 1 i Ill 11 .- J B«» mt m i inimumi DEADLINE Lupe Lucero, Business Manager Lupe and Jim Rogers discuss lay- outs PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Pete Koch, Tom Granger, Jim Haight Stare Decisis Jo Irving, Jimmy, Bud Davis, and Carol Chit- tick in an off moment. THE ROUND UP Voice of The Student Body Assistant Editor Janet Papoas and Editor Pat Henry hear of money matters from Leone Hurst, Business Manager. The Round-Up is the weekly publi- cation of the students of New Mexico A M. Through it, college activities are publicized and the staff receives practical training in journalism. Assistant Editors Martha Thomp- son and Willard Bellais get some advice from J. Paul Boushclle, fac- ulty sponsor. 183 J i ■iinuiimwu Buddy Bradly and John Benedict plan next weeks sports pages. Dick Mullins concentrates on a headline. Patsy Jones and Kerry Daugherty make up their society page. 186 M.J £M m r - ■ ■ m y " JfiBfii AGGIE COLLEGIANS BAND MEMBERS Jim VanDyke, Robert Lockhart, John Taylor, Ray Strode, Bert Hol- land. Don Reisinger, Gene Webb, George Warner, Lee Perkins, How- ard Vance, Gilbert Anbel, under the direction of Mr. Ramon Tross, Di- rector of Bands, New Mexico A M. The dance crew uses many special arrangements especially scored for the Aggie Collegians. They have created excellent public relations for A M through the valley high schools by performing at their senior proms. 187 IV ;YJ1 MIi ' lll I til III 111 If l lun 11 It l in ii i i ' 1 1 ii in 1 1 i i i i( A99 A " DAY He was a good one while he lasted. P All this energy going to waste. • jf. £ Where ' s the food? This is food? 188 " A " DAY What is it you ' re about to find. Sherlock? J t Come on boys. Must be Seniors. tf Not me? p . A Freshman sitting down? Oil well ! They fed us. 189 r i i ■ i w i . COLLEGE BAND PERSONNEL Gary Clark, Peggy Kelly. David Ivey, Al Lindscy, Norma Jean Red- hage, Gilbert Aubel, Gilbert Mathews, Bill Davis, Carlos Madrid. Gary Van Horn, Jimmy Van Dyke, Johnny Taylor, Art Ruiz, Pat Chapman, Betty Keller, Loy Crenshaw, Mary Hogg, Pauline Roseber- ry. Rex Lacey. Keith Guthrie, Donald Wunsch, Neil Mathews, Sylvia Silva, Olympia Landavazo, Bill Stevens, Elmer Strachan, Jr., Jerald- ine Shipley, George Anderson, James Nickless, Pete Vance, Jared How .ut. Diana Hubert, Dolores Hickman, Mary Martin, Jean Man- dell. Richard Berry, James Granados, Ray Jones, Paul Milan. Lynn Moncus, Philip Kaltenbach, Robert Skaggs, Harry Dale, Tom Baird, Richard Farmer, Don Adlong, Bob Munson, Bill Heath, Ralph Brown. Mr. Ramon Tross Director 190 CHEERLEADERS M f Practice • : V Eileen Logsdon, Clara Melendres, Ed Wayne, Jeanette Salome, Paula Hines YM e 191 tllliinuimw t mi mm u innuni nim imun , lilfll I -. . litllll-.ti.l IB M t III ' ! IIHilH m » . THE STUDENT COMMISSION SECRETARY Joy Miller S f ) VICE PRESIDENT Bill Craig OF THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS 192 SENIOR Eddie Lujan SOPHOMORE George Baker FRESHMAN W i JUNIOR Jim Brockman CLASS SENIOR Bill Wilson jH f COMMISSIONERS Edward Jacobs SOPHOMORE Walter O ' Brien 193 JUNIOR Terry Yoder tffi. ' .u u nnn m iiminui ' itinntu ■ m ■■ n mi IN! I -■ n Ulllllllli.l II ■ I I ■ ■ i mum ti ». o mmrnkmskAM SOCIAL COMMITTEE Bill Wilson George Baker Bill Craig STUDENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE Walter O ' Brien Jim Brockman Bill Wilson STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Norman Stratton Gerald Sweet PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Arther Ruiz Ray Lopez David Parker Walter O ' Brien Dick Leger 194 COLLEGE MALE QUARTETTE Dave Holt, first tenor, Raymond Madson, second tenor. Edward Boykin, baritone, Stanley Dennis, bass. 195 ItllMll llim f II il mm v minim mini am nm ...,, it in y. JttiuiMiiiiiiii II ■ ' l uiiuiwm irn v m m urinii i ii i ■ ■ ■ «if ■ ■■ ■ • ■ ■ 1953-1954 CLASS OFFICERS SENIORS John White, president; Rebecca Oliver, secretary; Leon Johnson, vice-president. JUNIORS Alice Kurtz, secretary; Gerald Sweet, president; Eleanor Newsom vice-president. SOPHOMORES Bill Caldwell, vice-president; Imo- gene Bagley, secretary; Norman Stratton, president. FRESHMEN Don Wunsch, vice-president; Gerry Shurtz, president. I ' K, ? T COLLEGE CHOIR Bottom: Margie Zamorra, Prestine Pennington, Sally Sarabia, Donna Cruce, Gerry Dun- can, Juanita Roberson. Second row: Margaret Richards, Shirley Mayfield, Chris Echavarria, James Baker, Dell Mc- Farland, Joan Anderson. Third row: Gary Clark, Helen Treet, Sue Clark, Lois Bradford, Joan Harms, Ray Madson. Top: David Ivey, Robert Mitchell, Ed Madson, Jimmy Van Cyke, Carl Lovelady, Thomas Wesley Dixon, Gerald Munn, Robert Titsworth. Oscar Butler, Director TRIPLE TRIO Bottom: Sally Sarabia, Prestine Pennington, Margaret Richards. Second row: Pat Jonas, Lois Bradford, Margaret Dnpee. Top: Joan Harms, Sue Clark, Gretchen Floyd, Peggy Kelly, Accompanist. 197 ( ■ Ml 111 II I I II! 111! It in ■ ■ ■ I I ■ - RADIO STATION KNMA Warren Crews, announcing Dick Kohlhaas, engineering KNMA STAFF Prof. Harold A. Brown — Sponsor Ray Bowerman — Station Manager Ben Bean — Chief Engineer Dick Kolhouse — Assistant Engineer Diann Krall — Program Director Eugene Lee — Business Manager Jay Owens — Publicity Nancy Weber — Record Librarian Kathy Black — Record Librarian ANNOUNCERS AND ENCTNEERS Dave Bryant Chris Echavarria Art Sutton Art Morse Mel Daybell Floyd Johnson Spurg Watford Bob Morris Howard Bachmann Warren Crews Bob Long Jim Tonne Clarence Cahoon Thomas Posey Joe Hildebrant Bob Titsworth Herbert Thorpe Pete Laritson Bob Cooper Ben Bean on a pole KNMA, the New Mexico A M radio station returned to the air in February after a year off inactivity. In this short pe- riod KNMA has established itself as the student ' s favorite station. The station ' s studios, which are now under construc- tion by the student staff, are located in the back of the dispensary. 19H HOMECOMING THE ROYAL COURT Front: Queen Imogene Bagley. Back: Sol Mendez, Clara Melendres, Joy Miller. SECOND PLACE FLOAT PHI KAPPA TAl T I ' M HOMECOMING WINNING FLOAT TAU KAPPA EPSILON WINNING HOUSE DISPLAY i I i TAU KAPPA EPSILON 200 UPPER CLASS FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SCORE Upper Classmen— 14 Freshmen — 6 QUEEN FRANCES STARK IS CROWNED !01 Ill II fc.ll 1 1111 111 ■ II ■ II I MILITARY BALL President Branson Crowns Queen Jody Duncan Queen Jody and Princesses Jcancttc Emmett, Imogene Bagley, Patsy Stork, Betty Jo Guiglardi, Shirley Walker, Jo Irving. 203 ■T » JODY DUNCAN Military Ball Queen 204 JOHN HUFFMYER Most Popular Boy 205 M ru m j i ii in in n IMOGEN E BAGLEY Homecoming Queen 206 Wl IMr«4| «l : L fcftl . . - rtfc«. v Sa ss • • • • 4 ! u • i ROGER SIDDALL Aggie With The Best Line 207 9 ii?MHlim W II (l linn lr itinniii mi u n urn ■ i it n i ■ i ■ ■ ■ ■ ,, , in i I 1 CLARA MELRNDPES Most Popular Girl .MIS DR. N. T. " DOC " McCARTY Popular Faculty Member 209 at 1 1 mi ii iriin m i II 11 11 . t IIIIMI Hi I II II II I ' l II., HUT X PRESTENR PENNINGTON Sun Carnival Princess . ' 10 SHIRLEY TRIMBLE Spring Carnival Queen 211 i it ni ii mil t mi 111 mi ' 1 1 uuh ii mi in mn 7TTr ' l l ' !IUIHi|ll II ni v Will II HI lll ■i«« " » " 5f " ft , • ' - r - ail - ■1 - - ■ fiD B0YK1N Greatest Aggie 212 K VANITY FAIR 213 ■ t hiiui I 1 1 If I I I I I I 1 llirJllJAl STAnOARD DUPLICATII1G RlflCRIRES CORP. » " c, EVERETT 49, MASSACHUSETTS f J JU ' JUyXU c February 9, 1954 Year Book Staff New Mexico A. M. College State College, New Mexico Gentlemen: Needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised and honored to learn that I had been chosen to select the queens in this year ' s Vanity Fair Contest. I undertook iny pulchritudinous task with great enthusi- asm and after careful deliberation selected the top twelve, listing the first five in numerical order. Now I can better appreciate that well known phrase, " Go west, young man, go west. " I should like to extend my sincere thanks for your confi- dence in my judgment and to congratulate New Mexico A. M. College on 65 years of progress. Cordially yours, STANDARD DUPLICATING MACHINES CORP. AR = cok L Art Director EECoke gr Enc. 214 EARLE COKE Eark- E f oki ol Boston, this year ' s Vanity Fair Selector, is among the rising young il- lustrators in the East. In addition to being Art Director and Advertising Manager for Standard Duplicating Machines Corporation, he has built a reputation around Boston for his fine free lance illustrating Tins section ' s Iron! page is a sample of his speciality — brushed charcoal portraits. Some ol the subjects have included a lieutenant governor, Ted Williams. Lou Boudreau, and Mickey Mantle. 215 KAREN KING 216 NO LA CHAD DICK 217 XJ t ! il J f HMil ■ I I II III II 1 II I 1 tut tt it i i i ■ ii n urn . i PRRSTENR PENNINGTON • y MARY JANE ALTHAUSE 219 uiinnnuim PEGGY BROOKS DKLL McF LAN D HELEN HAMILL 220 MtflGlE DAVIS JUADENE ESTES 221 Ml if II i r JIHII ■ I I ir IIII1 I II I limit ■■ mi in i r I I ti jtr » niiMiiMi i ii 11 iiin Who ' i Who n American Colleges And Universities I ; 7! From bottom right, Clockwise: Wesley Niles Bonnie Ligon Bob Talley Leone Hurst Rebecca Oliver Charles ' Floyd Raymond Lopez John White Norval Glenn Lola Bullock Mike Maloof Dolores Bombach Jay Owens Above: Ed Boykin, Gilbert Cano, Ann Forehand Bob Cunningham. Twenty-eight A M students have been chosen as mem- bers of Who ' s Who. This honor comes in recognition of the merit and accomplishment of the students who were officially recommended by the College and met requirements of the publication. Missing from the pictures is Charles Green. Robert Joe, Bill Craig, Leon Johnson. Below: Ed Bush, Charles Eairchild Dwaine Sergent. m M MIlTrtl MS ■!«■■■ ■■■.■■ IV F IiIHMav m win " IIMIl ' l mil ii " ' ! I 9 m rr 13 J A eg. r — m % m a u o o P -3 -a a o « c o CQ 3 33 O _1 C 3 4-1 _ C -a c o U Xi o aa i I si _ J2 . 2 n u s « . = -J j -E 3 . £ . ■■ , m 3 o — x a jj a « « ;; - .— I- rt 5 H K m 1 u ' O 5 u 3 - c -• " 7; c; O c .£ O . 5 o §5 = X o S5 H aa Ed Boylcfn and Clint Hill Co-Captains; 1953 Jk " Wftfe . 225 J.imiiimirimuiiniiiiiii.,,1.. IIIHIi; . KIIMMI M ' I II II II in iiimuu i " . i n iimii i ■ ii ■ i r Waldc Schaaf, Line Coach; Jim Patton, Head Coach; Pug Gabriel, Backfield Coach. The coaching staff this year had a definite new look. Jim Patton. former great from Oklahoma A M moved up to head coach, replacing Joe Coleman. Replacing Patton as line coach was another outstanding athlete from Oklahoma A M. Waldo Schaaf, who molded the line this year. Rounding out the staff is a returnee from last year, Pug Gabriel. Gabriel, an all time star at Texas Western, is the backfield coach Head Coach Patton lays out strategy for important game. Schaaf and Gabriel work out kinks in gridders. Leon " Pop ' Shows - head man of all equipment tor the athletes at A M Mr. Hynes keeps everything running smoothly in the Athletie Department. SEASON RECORD Aggies 12 6 12 6 19 University of Wyoming Colorado College University of Arizona McMurray Texas Western Texas Tech. University of New Mexico Hardin-Simmons West Texas State- Opponents 47 7 46 26 39 72 28 39 13 It was tin same story oi old for the Aggies of ' 53, no reserves. The Aggies played their roughest schedule ol past war years with little more than a twenty- man team. Outmanned and often outweighed, the Aggies threw a scare into man)- opponents during the first hall of the game, ' only to bow in the last half to superior numbers The final season rciord showed: The squad traveled to Wyoming for the opening of tin season. The green Aggies, with only fourteen returning lettermen. had a tough afternoon with the- nationall) ranked Cowboys, fighting a losing batth at Laramie. On returning home, the Aggies showed the home crowd a rough brand of football, defeating the defending Colorado Conferenci Champions, Colorado ollegi Tigers I ! to 7. The whole- team saw action, and thi game was not halt as i lose- as the s on indii atcd. At Tucson the following unk. the- Arizona Wildcats ' reserves showed up to good advantage m tin fourth quarter as they pulled awa) to a (7 o 6 win. The halt had ended with thi Aggies on the Arizona goal line, with the scon only 1 5-7, 227 ■•nxi: Tt Jim Frye — Tackle Senior 2 letters Dale Gantz — Guard Junior 3 letters At the second home game of the year, the Aggies were eased out by a strong McMurry Indian team. After a fighting third quarter the Indians salted away their victory with a fourth-quarter touchdown. In the traditional game with Texas Western, the Sun Bowl Champions ground out a 39-0 victory over the Aggies. The Miners were still smarting from the upset the Aggies pulled last year. In the next game, the Aggies met their second consecutive Bowl bound team in the Red Raiders from Texas Tech. The raiders, all 90 strong, fourth ranked nationally and conquerors of Auburn in the Gator Bowl, looked very im- pressive in their win over the Aggies. Al Herbet— Fullback Senior 3 letters Bill Jones — Tackle Junior 1 letter f9 III in B .,-1 Pat Nellis— Guard Freshman 1 letter Clark Presley — Quarterback Junior 3 letters Coming home after the tough road games, the Aggies met a strong University of New Mexico squad which had defeated Wyoming. The Aggies played circles around the Lobos until late in the third quarter. Once again it was the same story with the university ' s reserves pulling away for the win. Journeying to Abilene, Texas, the Aggies played Hardin-Simmons. The Aggies played a good first hall, but folded in the third quarter to the deeper Hardin- Simmons squad. The Boys returned home tor the last game ot the season with West Texas State Buffaloes, from Canyon, Texas. The Aggies, many of whom were playing the last game of their careers. Lame up with their best game of the season, winning, 19-13. Coach Jim Patton and his staff are to be congratulated on their first season together. Coach Patton picked up the reins of head coach late in August with little chance ol any changes in material. Clabc Wicker — Center Junior 3 letters Bill Cox— Tackle Senior 1 letter w m ■■ i 1 1 a f . » i uiiiiaii i w •• ii in mim 4l i I ■ Frank Steel — End Freshman 1 letter Jesus Esparza — Tackle Senior 2 letters a 3 ' ' 4 Clint Hill— End Co-Captain Senior 1 letter Aggies mob Lobos for loss Gerald Matthews — End Junior 3 letters ■i • ' .■ ■ Ed Boykin — End Co-Captain Senior 3 letters Bradley moves in for kill. Wicker bears in to help. Jim Bradley — Halfback Junior 2 letters I Buster Brown — Guard Junior 2 letters Gary Walton — Halfback Most Valuable Back Sophomore 1 letter . I I %. Lawrence Lopez — Halfback Freshman 1 letter 4 Roger Siddall- -Fullback Junior 2 letters ■ i A. Little A I iambics with big Ed leading interference. ( Iharles Sanford —Quarterback Junior 3 letters Jim Martindale — End Freshman 1 letter as-. Jim Hayes — Halfback Junior 3 letters Dick Holmes — Halfback Sophomore 2 letters f Drew Christie — Guard Junior 3 letters 2nd String All Border Conference 233 7 ; ' . ! Jl lll II II II II I III II I mini II mi II n iiiii it i I I I ! ■ jit muiL L Sr SEASON FOR SIX SENIORS 23 Clint Hill Co-Captain Jr. College Transfer 4 Jim Frye 2 letters Transfer 50 Jesus Esparza 2 letters Jr. College Transfer Drafted by Baltimore Colts Al Herbet 3 letters Jr. College Transfer .W.ond String All Conference 17 I i Ed Boykin Co-Capta in 3 letters Createst Aggie r : Bill Cox Jr. College Transfer 45 ■i m m i fir li: iMiiiumiiiM ' -iiinniMUlllimi Coach Askew Coach Askew is in his first year at A M and has made many friends in the short time he has been here. Askew attended college at Southeastern State of Oklahoma and took his graduate work at Southern California and the University of Arkansas. This makes the sixth season he has coached in the college ranks. Prior to his college coaching he had coached in high schools for fifteen years. AGGIE STANDOUTS Harry Guthmueller was picked on the All Border Conference Selection this past season when only a freshman. He has an average of 12 points per game this year. John Huffmyer was a consistent scorer all season and led the league on many occasions. He led the Aggie scorers this year with over a 14 points per game average. Harry Guthmueller John Huffmeyer John Huffmeycr Transfer Two letters SEASON RECORD Aggies Opponents 75 Sul Ross College 63 San Diego Naval Training Sta. 55 Pepperdine 43 Tulsa University 38 New Mexico University 59 McMurray 67 Hardin-Simmons 48 West Texas State 65 University of Arizona 49 Hardin-Simmons 51 Texas Tech. nts Aggies Opponents 58 60 West Texas State 67 61 67 Tempe 55 69 63 Tempe 74 52 63 University of Arizona 71 58 42 Texas Tech. 60 54 44 Texas Western 55 50 57 Texas Western 45 54 p New Mexico University p 67 59 80 Kenneth Dann Transfer One letter §ti in iriiiiii Richard Vaughn Senior 3 letters The Aggies oi ' 5 3 had perhaps the worst season in recent years, but don ' t be too pessimistic about it ( oach Askew ' s crew suffered many losses before the season started and breaks seemed to go against them the remainder ot the year. The team never could get its offense rolling; however, defense was good enough to rank them first in the Border Conference and in the top 25 major colleges in the nation. This was a well coached ' , well conditioned, and all around good ball club that never could live up to preseason predictions, but which gave every game all it had. ( oach Askew did a fine job in handling the club, bringing the team back to win that pay ofl game with the .Miners alter the loss of key players. Harry Guthmuller Sophomore 2 letti ■ Louis Henson Transfer Junior Swann Parks Senior Two letters 239 J J mil i mi nil if n ii in n i m ■ i u 11 ii it mi ii i Tommy Wright Sophomore One letter Mike Daugherty Sophomore One letter Jim Brockman Junior One letter How They Scored Name Games FGA FGS FTA FTM TP AVG Guthmuller, Harry 18 176 75 95 64 214 11.9 Vaughn, Richard 16 140 49 60 33 131 7.3 Dann. Kenneth 18 151 51 97 47 149 8.3 Huffmyer, John 18 166 83 99 69 235 13.1 Henson. Louis 14 86 25 52 24 74 4.1 Brockman, Jim 8 8 3 3 1 7 — Daugherty, Mike 14 51 14 23 13 41 2.3 Wright. Tommy 8 3 1 2 1 3 — Juen, Richard 15 74 21 37 18 60 3.3 Parks, Swann 1 1 1 — — 2 — Team N. M. A M TOTALS FOR 18 GAMES Games FGA FGS FTA FTM TP AVG 18 948 346 533 306 998 55.4 . ' 10 . T3 o o -a 2 rt 4— ' j_ o pq £ r- 4-) C o 2 v: -f ' £ " rt 5— a rt -c X c 5 -c QJ u H bC O p4 r " X N o U t— j (J c C 3 03 go " 3 , 03 03 P- Pi ' V u -O C 03 £ M-i 03 u 4- c : 3 o s c c 3 ?3 M o3 N bC 4J 03 3 CT S |M 03 -c % C c , -i- • ' 9 ■si U c t-i Cm (U U ri r- w 7 " a u e o u . E -r c — 03 C . .H Lh s_ 03 ' „ L U- » -C C »-» 03 O ■ — C C Q oz D 10 - w § 2 O o c cq — o Cx3 CO ■, iiin-niiimiri.il mi ill III 1 1I MJAUUliililUlJ IJjl « m iit iii iiiiii»:i BASEBALL SUMMARY The Aggies fielded a fine baseball team tins past season. The nine played 1 1 regular scheduled games and came away with 6 wins and 5 losses. The wins were over New Mexico Western twice in the only collegiate competition and various area service teams The losses came at the hands ol service teams which rated high in the entire southwest Coach Gabriel was the mentor this past year and will do return work this coming season The emphasis will be on heavier scheduling this season with twenty games on the fire fur the batsmen. On the schedule will be Arizona University, Sul Ross, New Mexico Western, New Mexico Military Institute, The El Paso Texans and a host of Service Teams. TRACK SUMMARY Track will return to the A M campus this year after all too long an absence. Here to take over the cindermen will be coach Waldo Schaaf. Schaaf has about 25 men working out and at the present is anticipating a heavy schedule. Men Coach Schaaf will count heavily on for points will be, Jim Bradley, Jim Braninstetter, and Gary Walton in the sprints, Frank Steele in the pole vault event, Ernie Mendoza, Bill Cox, and Jesus Esparza in the shot put. TRACK SCHEDULE Home Meets: New Mexico Western April 9 Eastern New Mexico University April 14 Texas Western April 23 Away Meets: Texas Western at El Paso tenative All New Mexico meet at Albuquerque May 1 Border Conference Championship Meet May 7 8 242 Mike Maloof, Joe Maestas, Dave Holt, Ed Lockart, Cody Williams, Jody Williams. Coach John Pearson has a strong tennis team developing after a year ' s layoff in this spring sport. The team has had two matches this year with Tempe of Arizona and Arizona University where they gave warning to the net powers of the conference. In the Spring they will play a full conference schedule, climaxed by the Border Conferences Championship meet at Arizona. 0 1 U Coacli John Pearson In Ins firs) year as Tennis coach al A M. 1 243 lt l Tfmiimiiiiiri ' » " iiiii ' iinuiiu»i ■ o Number one doubles team Jody and Cody Williams. Fourth in conference meet two years ago. Team number two Dave Holt and Ed Loikhart Joe Maestas and Mike Maloof make up team nu mber three. GOLF Rounding a full sports program .it A M is the Golf team. The team is ably directed by J. P. Boushelle. So far this year they have, been entered in two tough matches with Hardin-Simmons, and Arizona University and have shown up very well. Matches have been scheduled to lead up to Links Meet late in the Spring. Members of the team are: Bcrnie Menkes, Bill Wilson, Earl Plowman, Dan James, Don Lindahl, Luther Fussell, and Buster Brown. , ' i i 1NTRAMURALS This year, as always, intramurals at Aggieland were followed closely by a great majority of the students. Football, won by the Tekes, was not decided until the final game, an indication of the close race involv- ed in all competition. Basketball was hanging in the balance as our last deadline arrived. Pool, in the process of being played, was still undecided. Rounding out the program and yet to come up were table tennis, volleyball, bowling horseshoes, soft ball, and track. For the third straight year L. H. " Bud " Bradiy was the student ap- pointed by the Student Commission to run the show. Bradiy and Pro- fessor C. S. Moll, faculty advisor for the intramural program, were working on a possible " deal " to arrange a field day on the order of the old Aggie-Miner field day between the Aggies and New Mexico Western College. Nothing was set at press time. The intramural commission this year was made up of Bradiy, Moll. Roy Rigoni, Theta Chi, Clark Presley, A Club, and Kenny Kleypas, SAF. 245 ' ; ' .fnnifiii n mi in ii hi 1 1 11 ii H ii mi ii n UK ii inn Ill I :i I IWU I II 111 II III I l» •» II II l-lll ,111 « im Advertising ■ 16 Patronize Our Advertisers ' : • HlMll! ll II I MI linn ii i until i a •••■ n r, ........ I I J 11 I I ' r M milium I I II ii 11 nun ui.« i » CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OE ' 54 P. R. BURN General Contractor Construction Engineer Carver Building Las Cruces, New Mexico 248 ffii suppLy co-op The farmers ' store by farmers , choice. Las Cruces Anth ony Congratulations Class of ' 54 Las Cruces, New Mexico QUICK SERVICE CLEANERS 131 No. Water— Phone 1700 1307 W. Picacho— Phone 1701 LAS CRUCES For the finest in photographic equipment, Supplies and Kodak finishing. BALIARDS PHOTO SHOP I 19 S. Main St. Right! Clothes Ret cleaner, brighter and fresher than ever before! Colors really sparkle. IB • SPOTS OUT • NO ODOR • PERSPIRATION OONE « BETTER PRESS ' I ' ) IMJ ffjirmiiiinrmiiv u 1 1 i % m w ■ i Compliments of CAMPBELL HOTEL Reasonable Rates Air Cooled SteamHeated Las Cruces, New Mexico Congratulations to the Class of 1954 BARBECUE PIT Sandwiches — Dinners — Fountain Service 429 S. Main Phone 533 LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO COMPtlMENTS OF Prichard Book Stationery Co. } our Friendly Office Supply Store 312 N. Main Phone 1800 tAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO VflLliy PRODUCTS CO., IOC. 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Water and Las Cruces Aves. LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO 252 DrPeppei LA POSTA Rancho Pete, he loves to eat, you ' ll find him mosta at cafe LA POSTA. Mesilla New Mexico Congratulations To The Class of ' 54 MESILLA VALLEY BANK Las Cruces New Mexico Farmers Market Supply Company " The Checkerdale Store " Custom Feed — Mixing — Reliable Feeds — Fertilizers Dial 6-5538—6-5539 Las Cruces, New Mexico 253 I I I it M IT I i li I l u» I I WW inn WHITFIELD TRANSPORTATION, Inc. Serving West Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado WHITFIELD BUS LINES, Inc. Serving State College, Las Cruces a::J Vicinity " i Compliments of Congratulations THRIFT GROCERY to the ( lass of ' ° A STORES The Budget Shop Store No. 1 Store No. 2 116LasCruces Ave. 123 N. Main St. Phones 70 and 71 Phones 88 and 89 135 N. Main St. Las Cruc s, N. M. Dial JA6-2231 LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO BETTER PHOTOGRAPHY For that extra special portrait Aggies go to RIVES STUDIO 314 N. MAIN Phone 338 255 TTTrTTI T IV w rr n II r " ' Ml ' « v m ■ mm i I I ■ i • ■ i ■mnmi EUBANKS CLEANERS Mothproofing • Alterations PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 134-138 N. Church St. Las Cruces, N. M. (Between City Hall and Post Office) Compliments of the First National Bank Las Cruces New Mexico Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WM. P. BIXLER. PRESIDENT J. (iLEXS BIXLER, vice president LOUIS M. BURLESON, sechetari ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE PHOTOSTAT COPIES LAS CRUCES ABSTRACT AND TITLE COMPANY ABSTRACTS OF TITLE OF LANDS IN DONA ANA 129 ' a South Main Stheet p. o. box 1033 LAS CRUCES, N. M. PENNEY QUALITY IS YOUR GREATEST SAVING! |flt J.«W.-.W. Penney ' s ALWAYS f R ST QUALITY! 256 Congratulations Class of ' 54 Phillip F. Maloof S Company . .YOU , •c ( Blue Ribbon. y America ' s Pine Light Beer Distributor for LAS CRUCES NEW MEXICO 257 TT77Tn r ' « lllllimiri l» - «i mi nun. 111 « i » Congratulations Class of ' 54 s NO. 1 MESILLA PARK NO. 2 NORTH OF LAS CRUCES Congratulations and Best Wishes to the ( lass of ' 5 i from Alameda Furniture Company Fine furnishings for better homes, Exclusive but not expensive AND Stortz Nursery Nook Everything tor the Kiddies, from Bibs to Cribs Alameda at Amador Las Cruces, N. Mex. ( ongratulations and Best Wishes to the ( lass ni L954 J. D. Thelma D. Flowers Distributors of PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS Phone 87 Las Cruces, New Mexico Zowh Zalk FAMILY STYLE RESTAURANT GRADE A Breakfast ■ Lunch ■ Dinner Best in Steaks ■ Chicken and Sea Foods II ide I miti oj [lexicon Foods OPEN 5AM 8.30 P M IN THE CENTER OF TOWN 120 N. MAIN STREET PHONE 526 LAS CRUCES. NEW MEXICO MR. MRS R. L. LUCERO 258 TRUCKING iJ %ofs.±iionaL )£.%uic£ . . . LOCAL -LONG DISTANCE MOVING Serving Mesilla Valley for whatever the job, call 21 Years JA-62471 or JA-(. ' i ' V IF TRUCK n lm LINE % 0 NELSON ' S FUNERAL HOME PACKING AND CRATING Agents AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. 225 So. Church Phone 166 MEMORIAL CHAPEL IN LAS CRUCES MALONE DRUG STORE f ongratulations to the ( lass il 1954 Phone 1127 555 N. Main — Las Cruces, N. M. PAT F. CAMPBELL, Jr. J. D. MALONE Insurance Agent COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE A Drug Store for Everyone ._ Open 7 Days a Week 8 a. m. to II p. m. P. . Box 231 FREE DELIVERY 111 V. Griggs LAS CRUCES, NEW MEX 259 II U I iium lunirnri i»— n niii ' mi ' iin CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 54 « £ %£ £ FRANK 0. PAPEN COMPANY Insurance, Engineering and Surveying 137 S. Main Streel Las Cruces, New Mexi 1 1 Phone 600 223 Cathedral Santa Fe, New Mexico Phone 39174 . ' (,(i LENOX JEWELERS 211 N. Main Street Las Cruces, New Mexico Congratulations Class Vonnie Lee ' s of ' 54 CHUCK WAGON and BUMPER ' S GROCERY CORRAL 66 COURT ■Staple And Fancy Groceries Quality Meats Open: 6:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Seven Days A Week 705 N. Main St. Phone 498 Mesilla Park, New Mexico Lavonne and Lee Miller 261 iTTiTirin i iv — f r a 11 v VILLA MOTEL AAA South on Highways 80 and 85 Las Cruces, New Mexico DUNLAP ' S Las Cruces ' Finest Department Store 300 N. Main Street Phone 102 262 MIMBRES VALLEY FARMERS ASSOCIATION, INC. FEED THE " BUGS ' THAT FEED ME . JuL. get -iL BEEFCAKE SeWup A PRODUCT OF A Feed Supplement Rumalif Tlutea YOUR ONE STOP FRIENDLY STORE We handle everything for the tarm and the home, for the ranch and the range. See or call us first. If we don ' t have it we can get it. Phone 66 P. O. Box 31 Deming, New Mexico 263 I ;i f t ivj 1 1 m 1 1 ' 1 1 r i i » ■ f 1 1 ■ i i ■ ' i • i • Getting Started May Not Be Easy ... But on Albuquerque National Savings Account is Always a Step in the Right Direction HEAD OFFICE SECOND AND CENTRAL EAST CENTRAL OFFICE 4021 CENTRAL AVE. NE NORTH FOURTH OFFICE 1610 FOURTH ST. NW Drive-In Service At All Locations Albuquerque National Bank and JlaHnt t AghA MEMBER FDIC 264 WHITE ' S THE HOME OF GREATER VALUES 435 N. Main St. Phone 912 The Aggies most popular studio where the finest photographs are created. MATHIEU STUDIO 648 N Al.um.l.i Blvd. PH. 1105 Color-f opies Photofinishing Frames riininicni.il photograph) anytime. Anywhere,. ..Any plate. Best Wishes Class of ' 54 WESTERN TYPEWRITER SHOP Repairs Sales and Rentals 128 N. Church St.— Ph. 1647-W Las Cruces, New Mexico 265 I f 1 111 I 1 V w »f lllll- Recommended by Duncan Hmes OURT Clean - Quiet - Comfortable RESERVATIONS WELCOMED Ardys Jack Davis, Operating Owners SOUTH ON U. S. 80—85, LAS CRUCES, N. M. AAA Approved CURB SERVICE FOUNTAIN SERVICE CUSTARD FRIED CHICKEN BAR-B-Q HAMBURGERS ROCKY ' S i L WEST OF TOWN HI " WAYS 80 and 70 Las Cruces, N. Mex. MESILLA MOTOR COMPANY Sales Service Ford — Mercury- — Ford Trucks General Tires 600 N Main St. Las Cruces, N. M. Zhe South west ' s greatest Department Store FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS! POPULAR DRY GOODS CO EL PASO, TEXAS 267 1 1 !! I iT«nTTiTirnri n - i « " i " » ,l « e r re enjoyed making your corsages. COLLEGE FLORIST 115 S. Main Phone 1007 LAS CRUCES, N. MEX. El Paso ' s Department Store of Fashion Since 1900! DRUM ELECTRIC Home Of Frigidaire Appliances Sales Service 123 W. LasCruces Ave. Las Cruccs, New Mexico :68 . , .. i , .. . . . •- " " ii l il UUI lm REMEMBER WHEN YOU WERE A FRESHMAN? htl b dHf fou ; ! ong ' r od years and eve ° ne little different from the way he looked in 1950. Everyone has learned a little bit, we hope Everyone has grown a little bit and is better fitted out with the good things that help make better citizens and, in turn, a better America. A country, we should remember, i S as honest as wise and as strong as its citizens are honest ' wise and strong. It isn ' t easy to be all these things at once but its a wonderful American tradition to try- that s part of what makes America great UNITED STATES POTASH C OMPANY, CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO •(,•) KMMJllfltllllLMHinilimmiliwmfimm .i, Central Square Cafe for The Best In Mexican Food Phone 296 M 107 E. Mountain Ave. Las Cruces, New Mexico ion son II MAIN pare LAS CRICKS, NEW MEXICO ! 11 COLLEGE INN Across from Kent College Inn Torlugas Trading Post Where all AGGIES meet. TORTUGAS TRADING POST y K and GREYHOUND BUS STATION 271 rT " Y F ' l itttt»t»t»» r " i» w w» n Congratulations Class of ' 54 LASCRUCES LAUNDRY and CLEANERS Old Fashioned Quality Ultra Modern Methods Two Loeations Milton Hall 500 N. Main St. State College Las Cruces Phone Phone Ja 6-6641 Ja 6-6642 You can depend on any drug product that bears the name REXALL. LAS CRUCES REXALL DRUG A friendly meeting place. 103 S. Main Las duces, New Mexico 272 ACRES LAUNDROMAT v t m i Aggies relax while waiting for laundry. LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO HOME OF THE FIGHTING AGGIES Souihwestern Lumber Builders Supply Company, Inc. $ iv IINT( HAfFF».r.ik r u— HAfFIR-cili ClXiTFUCTOd Mesill a Park, N. Mex. 273 II 1 fV Bi ■ II MV1 ' II I I Ik CHICKEN IHT44E CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH Featured at NEFF RESTAURANT l 2 Fried Chicken, Hot Rolls Jug of Honey and French Fries Chicken in the Rough is also Boxed to Go in our special container NEFF COURT AND RESTAURANT U. S. Highway 70 80 at junction of Highway 85 Las Cruces, New Mexico BAKER DRUG STORE, INC. mows ointfi Steaks-Chicken-Hamburgers Phone JA 6-5556 514 N. Main Las Cruces South on 80 and 85 LAS CRUCES At the Mission Motel NEW MEXICO 274 Complete line of home furnishings WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES ZENITH CROSLEY RADIOS TELEVISION KROEHLER LIVING ROOM FURNISHINGS LAS CRUCES FURNITURE COMPANY 207 S. Main LAS CRUCES NEW MEXICO ROBERT PORTER AND SONS, INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Lumber — Sash — Doors Paints — Glass Venetian Blinds Picture Framing LAS CRUCES HATCH 275 t r t w mm i Dickson Conoco Service Station No. I Kelly Tires Wheel Balancing Brake and Light Inspection Pickup and Delivery Service Visit our new station, the most modern service equipment in town. On the corner of Main and Las Cruces Avenue Phone JA-62522 C. O. Dickson Rod Bason BRUCE MOTEL close in on Highways 80 and 85 South Air Conditioned Panel Ray Heat Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Baker Owners Las Cruces, New Mexico BERKLEY ' S The Community Drug Store SCHOOL SUPPLIES TOILETRIES DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS GIFT ITEMS Phone JA-6628V Open Evenings and Sunday Til 1 P. M. At the Bus Stop-Mesilla Park Art Engineering Supplies THE PAPER MILL Office Supplies Equipment School Supplies Picture Framing Greeting Cards - Stationery - Gifts 132 W. Las Cruces Ave. c CAL AND BN G , Ni % r? o v s ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERS o Santa Fe, N. M.— Albuquerque, N. M. —El Paso, Texas— Las Vegas, Ncv. 277 TTTTii ' iirt ii ' mm nin ONLY EL TORO dors so many jobs so u For Beauty . . . Permanence . . . Long years of service . . . EL TORO is preferred throughout the Southwest. . Bbf Congratulations Class of 54 EL DON MOTEL AL ' S RADIO SHOP for Radio and Television Room TV Panel Heat Tile Baths Sales and Service South Highway 80 and 85 Hl N. Main Street Las Cruets, New Mexico Mr. and Mrs. Santos Lara Owners 278 Compliments of Serving The Southwest Since 1871 NORTON BROTHERS Books The First National Bank Stationery Duplicating Supplies of Santa Fe Member F. D. I. C. Santa Fe Los Alamos El Paso, Texas Congratulations Class of 54 SOUTHWESTERN MILL DIST., INC. Wholesale Paper and Janitor Supplies Representing Moore Business Forms, Inc. 310 North Dallas P. (). Box 1202 El Paso, Texas 279 RUIZ IRENE ' S BEAUTY SHOP PLUMBING COMPANY for the best in Beauty Treatments Designers Builders of Ruiz " Prefab " Plumbing Install it yourself and save. Heating — Air Conditioning 440 N. Main tAS CRUCES, N. MEX. 1 1 49 East Picacho Ave. Las Cruces, New Mexico Las Cruces Citizen Printers-Publishers The House of Good Impressions Working on the ' Round-Up IMS. Main St. Phone 10 Las Cruces, N. Mex. ' XII EL PATIO Old Mesilla, New Mexico Serving Real Mexican Food — That Can ' t Be Beat Fried Chicken — Steaks FRIENDLY DRUG STORE Fountain Service Prescriptions Cosmetics 1 244 W. Picacho Ave. Las Cruces, New Mexico FULITIER mEITIORIHL ITIORTUflRY FUNERAL SERVICE 14-92 NORTH MAIN rffembei the order of the golden rule ROBERT E.McKEE General Contractor, Inc. EL PASO SANTA FE LOS ANGELES DALLAS 282 POPULAR DRY GOODS COMPANY DRV 0CO0S CO. Las duces ' Most Progressive Department Store 139 N. Main Street THE MYERS COMPANY S ' ll I)|.. T HEADQUARTERS FOR SPORTING GOODS 116 N. MAIN ST. LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO •s;-, r f I W M ITTTTIl ' IH T 1«- TURRENTINE CHEVROLET CO. Comer of Griggs and Alameda Las Cruces, New Mexico Zlectiieitif, R. E. BONEY Today ' s living centers around electricity. Reddy Kilowatt lights our classrooms, warms your food. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS brings you visual and audio instruments and assists you in dozens ol other ways. Yes, Reddy Kilowatt and III II Paso Electri( Company bring you conven- ience in every form to make living easier for you. 102 N Church St. LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO El Paso Electric Company Mesilla Valley Division I Vax-P tying Publit Utility 284 LITTLE ' S Gulf Service Station GULF Upper College Road MISSION Gulf Service Station South Hi-Way 80 DAVIS Gulf Service Station West Hi-Way 80 COTHERN Gulf Service Station Main Ethyl Street f i " ■■■ ' BRONSON 1 PRINTING COMPANY RUIZ PLUMBING COMPANY PRINTERS PUBLISHERS STATIONERS Designers Builders of Ruiz " Prefab " Plumbing Install it yourself and save. Heating — Air Conditioning 129 S. CHURCH ST. PHONE 14 440 N. Main Ph. 1446 LAS CRUCES, N. MEX. LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO ■CONOCO! ▼ Gatton Martin Conoco Distributors GASOLINE -- KEROSENE . ll-I) SI PER MOTOR OILS HOI V. OrRan Las Cruces, N. M. 286 acta Santa Rita — Hurley, New Mexico Your Future will in some way be influenced by Ameri- can industry It can be a direct influence- there ' s a good future tor young men and women who have education and ability. In dust r needs them anil knows the wisdom ol rewarding merit, [ndirectly, free American industry will have a great deal to do with preserving a high standard of living and making it even greater. erinecott COPPER CORPORATION ckir o MINtJ DIVISION ■ A BRAND ,■■ ITALIZED 7 A wwu uiu ' ! Vaa Feed Service 421 North Mesilla 287 ill ii •■ uiiiri ■iiiiiiiiiiiiii it ' Shamrock T)we ]hh Complete Line of Sandwiches and Fountain Service Aggie hangout For a Coke and a snack after the game or the movie. 288 Snapshots t When you Graduating ■■}. B. " Better be nice to Era t A M ' s Mike Hammer Who insulted you? 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