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

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9HHHP HHHHI OJ} -c j f - - - NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY ' 59 SWASTIKA A STUDENT PUBLIC A TION M VOLUME 53 VERNON WADE, EDITOR i CONTENTS NM.S.U. 14 Administration 16 A.S.C. 22 Seniors 28 Graduation 60 ACTIVITIES 64 OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 86 Favorites 88 Who ' s Who 110 Vanity Fair 116 GREEKS A THLETICS CLASSES ADVERTISING 122 156 ORGANIZATIONS i9o 238 264 3 THIS IS THE We did our studying k.r We learned We got up We babv-sat WAT. . . • ■ ■% i ' We went to class We defended our t iuiiti We got our mail We make a date We got ready for that date ' IT- We cooked i e w ashed dishes V e entertained ourselves We entertained others We yelled at games e went to church e packed for weekends We solved problems of the world We went to dances We discussed problems of the world We always waited fiir tl e bus .ULTURt MECHANIC ARTS J- II Tilt " Four Aces ail it V !■ air .|url " es 12 13 ■j.o N.M.S. U. V „f 3 4 S 6 JO n 12 13 1 17 w 19 jo; " - 25 36 27 : 16 PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY Dr. Roger B. Corbett THE REGENTS Mr. Jess I . Richardson President Mr. William B. O ' Donnell Vice President of the University Mr. Delmar Roberts Secretary-Treasurer H v ' f O Mrs. Earl Corn Seaborn F. Collins D. W. Reeves ' 7 I Dr. Earl Waiden Dean of Graduate College 18 Miss Era Rentfrow Registrar IRA TION Lt. Colonel Willard S. Walter P.A.S. Lt. Colonel Roy F. PiUe P.M.S. T. Richard B. Caple Counselor jor Men George H. Dennard Director of Admissions - " c - S :- -.;iJ| George W. Roberts Auditor ' " Th r Fred A. Day Physical Plant Direrlnr ,N» 20 A. D. Anderson Director of Milton Hall Kay Hafen Purchasing Agent Samuel E. Shomer Director of Housing Goldie Slingerland Director of Placement Service Warren B. Woodson Director of Athletics Chester H. Linschcid Librarian D.nid H. Hodwell Dirt ' ctor of Piihlici 21 ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ' COMMISSION 1958- ' 59 A SC President. Don Fos- ter, had the pleasure of serving his term during the first year of the newly named New Mexico State University, and it was his job to represent the students of NMSU through the year. Elected next year ' s Prexy: John Paul Raney. ASC PRESIDENT Donovan Foster. Senior, majoring in business education, from Silver City. N.M. EXECUTIVE ICE-PRES. Charles McCov ACTIVITIES V ICE-PRES. John Paul Raney ASC SECRETARY Mary Jane Kennedy ASC TREASURER Geraldine Stone STUDENT PRESS AGENT Dan Perry ASC CABINET: 1. to r.: Gabe Anaya. Dean Phillip Ambrose. John Paul Raney, Sam Vaskov. Charles McCoy. Don Foster. Geraldine Stone. Barbra Seeley. Dan Perry, and Larry Crouse. ASC Executive Boards ACTI ITIES: 1. to r.: Paul Merrill. Susan Thompson. Elizabelh FINANCK: I. lo r.: Carl Jones. Charlotte (;ranfli. Mr. G. Rober ts, Forehand, and John Paul Ranev. Geraldine Stone. Dean Phillii Amhrose. and John Pair. INTRAMIRALS: 1. to r.: Herman Hinton. Mr. V. Corley. Gabe PUBLIC AFFAIRS: 1. to r.: Connie etter. Dan Perry, Sam Vas- Anaya. Bertha Rivera. Tom Sowell, and Bob ' illarreal. ' kov. and Barbra Williams. STUDENT UNION ADVISORY: 1. to r.: Dean Martha Hall. Dr. STUDENT PUBLICATIONS: 1. to r.: Dr. N. T. Reed. Sam R. Stucky. J. P. Raney. Larry Grouse. Gerry Stone. Chuck McCoy, Learned, Jean Scaggs, and Britain Hardman. and Mark Stroup. r - Pictures not available: .Activities Board : Carl Jones. Jerry Dougherty. Kent Jacobs, and Walter Scott. Student Publications Board: Eva Jane Robeson, and Kathryn Cox. JUDICIARY: William Bellais Pictures not available: Judiciary Board: Donna Rhodes. and Benny MeKeel. Student Union .Advisory Board: Mr. A. .Anderson. 23 STUDENT SENA TE ' Will this session PLEASE come to order? ' ASC Vice-President Charles McCoy opens one of 21 Student Senate sessions held during the 1958- ' 59 school year. McCoy pre- sided over a total of 19 senators who represented NMSU ' s student body, and it was this group ' s job to write new and review old bills governing the students on this campus. Filling in McCoy ' s post next year will be this year ' s Teacher Education rep- resentative, Elizabeth Forehand. Other new senators include: Dick Lemmon. Jo Ann Major. Tom Crume, Alice Valentine. Mark White, Sandra DeBusk. James Sachse. James Tigner, Sam Edmondson. Larry Crouse, Kit Milam. Mary Ann Burk. Mary Kay Holmes, Sandra Little. Jean Rayroux. and Hank Cwieka. The 1959- " 60 Student Senate will be responsible to the new ASC President, John Paul Raney. SENATE CLERK: SENATE VICE-PRESIDENT SENATE CHAPLAIN 24 Elane Priesnitz a Alice Valentine SENA TE REPRESENTA TIVES: AG HOME ECONOMICS: TEACHER EDUCATION: ENGINEERING - Tom Mobley Oleta Wall ARTS SCIENCE: E. Koreliaiid ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS: Gay idncr Jean Rayroux Joyce Maap INTER- FRATERNITY COUNCIL: ernoii U ade Don Jennings Dun Tulmic PANHELLENIC: Sandra Roundey SENIOR CLASS: JUNIOR CLASS: C ( Jack Newman Jean Skaggs Randy Sabre Jack Cooper SOPHOMORE CLASS: K. Guthrie Ton Treat FRESHMAN CLASS: { Mark White Jessie Gilmer Below: Another busy session w ith Senator Williams on the floor and looking rather fatieued. ,:Ai A 1 if-. ■ ' . m 1 1 ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Sponsor Mrs. Martha Hall President Laura Vigil Vice President Roberta Baird Secretary Roberta Boney Treasurer Pat Bagley Reporter Gerry Stone Clearing House Chairman Peggy Hughes ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS (known on campus as AWS) consists of every woman enrolled at New Mexico State University. The Association acts as a coordinating body for all women ' s organizations in setting the standards for living and working together on campus. It promotes and works for unity and fellow- ship among women students and provides opportunities for leadership and service to the campus community through active participation in worthwhile activities. AWS activities include the sponsorship of Big-Little Sister program, Starlite Ball, ushering at football games and plays, and in providing volunteers for Memorial Hospital and other community organizations. Each year an AWS handbook is published for the benefit of every woman student. From funds received from Penny A Minute nights, an AWS Scholarship was estai)lished to be presented annually. Climaxing the year ' s activities is Woman of Achievement Banquet which honors an outstanding Senior Woman and a Woman from the com- munity. 26 A.W.S. General Council Top row: Mrs. Martha Hall (sponsor), Gerry Stone, Roberta Boney. Pat Bagley. Laura Vigil, Peggy Hughes. Roberta Baird. Second row: Eileen Arnold, Carolyn Antes. Helen Myers. Third row: Donley Fitzgerald. Alice Shaul. Peggy Cunipsten. Eva Jane Robeson, Molly Williams. Fourth roiv: Ida Saucedo, Sydney Thompson. Phyllis Caywood. Velma Gunter, Leta Vi ' hite, Con- nie Stevens. Fifth row: Joyce Maag, Johnann Adee, Penny Fort. Margie Grimes. Jackie McNeil. The General Council is composed of the five executive officers elected by the women students and two rep- resentatives each from the living groups: Chi Omega, Delta Zeta. Zeta Tau Alpha, Hamie! Hall, Rhodes Hall, and one representative each from Home Economics Clul), Married Women Students, Mu Beta, Panlicllcnic Council. Spurs, Tau Beta Sigma, Town Girls, and Women ' s Recreation Association. 27 Senior Class Officers Jack Newman President Bill Wootten Vice-President Nancy Burks Secretary-Treasurer Jean Skaggs Representative 28 Class of 1959 29 Dr. R. H. Black Dean of the College The College of Agriculture and Home Economics The College of Agriculture and Home Economics as a major instruction division of New Mexico State University has as its ultimate aim providing under-graduate students with such learn- ing activities as will result in the attainment of the Scientific Attitude, the Appreciation and Understanding of Basic Prin- ciples and The Development of Skill and Technology Neces- sary to Apply Principles. The prominent and extensive consideration given to agri- cultural problems today is a direct result of the fact that agri- culture constitutes a vital factor in the welfare of the entire nation. So many and varied are the positions calling for men with a scientific training in agriculture that they may not be enumerated here. The home is recognized as the foundation of American life. The kind of a home in which an individual is reared influences his ability to solve personal and other problems. Thus it is desirable to stress the importance of home economics training. The need is great both for the homemakers trained to assume responsibilities of community leadership and for leaders in the field of home economics education. Dr. H. R. Stucky Agricultural Economics C. G. Howard Agricultural Education M. L. Wilson Agronomy Dr. S. R. Skaggs Dairy John H. Knox Animal Husbandry and Range Management Dr. H. F. Barbour Home Economics Dr. J. . Enzie Horticulture Dr. D. W. Francis Poultry Husbandry Edward Baca Santa Fe Ranpp Management Carl Barnes Field Crop Science Georgia Boyland Mesilla Park Food and Nutrition Lynn Chilton Mountainair Animal Husbandry Seniors Bernard Corley El Paso. Texas Horticulture Norman Curran Raton Range Management Joanne DeVore Gihsonia. Pa. Foods and Nutrition Jerry Dutchover Anthony Agriculture Etidie Gregory Grady James Harding Texico Agronomy Agronomy Parry Larsen Alliuijuerque Range Management John Pair Springer Horticulture Seniors James Parmelee Ysleta. Texas Range .Management Myrl Reynolds Ruidoso Agronomy i Richard Taylor Roswfll General Agriculture William ells Eunicf Ag. Economics Rohert Vt ' right Lordsburg Range Management 33 Dr. A. D. Boston Dean of the College •s p r . G. L. Guthrie Business Administration Dr. A. D. Boston Chemistry The College of A rts and Sciences The College of Arts and Sciences subscribes fuUv to the general aims and functions of the instructional program of the college as a whole. The school emphasizes the aim of providing liberal education, without neglecting the prac- tical. Students who meet the requirements for grad- uation in the various currirular offered in the College of Arts and Sciences receive the de- grees of bachelor of science, bachelor of arts in music education, and bachelor of science in business administration, bachelor of arts in cre- ative art, bachelor of arts in applied music, re- spectively. F. W. Mannen Art Dr. N. T. Reed English Dr. Sigurd Johansen History Dr. J. I. Culbert Geography Geology 34 Dr. C. A. Tyre Foreign Languages Dr. Earl Walden Mathematics C. F. Jacobs Music Dr. J. B. Delamater Physical Education Dr. H. . Dressel Physics i 1 i IMf :i 11 f M .t- Alicia Apodaca Las Cruces Mary Bumpers Mesilla Park %3 :. a Byron Alexander Las Cruces Jackie Alsup Las Cruces Pre-Med. Accountino; Business Ad. Bertram Blackwell Seneca Business Ad. History 1 i0m V H Seniors Nancy Burks Socorro Mel Calderon Demino; Business Ed. Physics . h Luz Candelaria Ysleta, Texas Vernon Duenas La Junta, Colo. Charles Fredrick Los Alamos Zoology Gen. Business Business Ad. Carlo8 Gallegoi Santa Fe Accounting Tom Gragg Las Cruces I ' re-Med. Charlotte Grand! Carlsbad Accounting Rrittain Hardnian Seattle. Vi ash. History and Social Science Art Hernaniles San Jose. Calif. P. E. Joseph Kelly Carlsbad P. E. Seniors Quinten Laahs Carrizozo Enriqucs Naranjo Reserve Business Ad. Spanish i Edwin Martin Las Cruces Mathematics Amos Melendez Mora Biology Billy Miltag Eunice Ag. Business Neal Morris Los Lunas Charles M Coy Las Cruces Da id McDonald Socorro Accounting Ann Paxton Albuquerque Biology John Reid Dexter History Art Physics Seniors V • Merle Reynolds Luna Bertha Rivera Des Moines Business Ad. Spanish Eva Roheson Boulder City. Nev. Am. History Vicente Sanchez Los Lunas Foreign Languages Harald Schmidt State Collese Psy. Don Shepaii Los Alanos Otis Shook Las Cruces J " an Skaggs Las Cruces Math Business Ad. History Robert Small Grants History James Swedberg Honolulu. Hawaii Physics Vernon ' ade Corona Accounting Seniors Edwin Walrath Albuquerque James Ward Alamogordo Math and Physics Bacteriology Charles Walson Tucuinrari Neville Widner Melrose Physics Government Joanna Williams Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Eng. The College of Teacher Education William B. O ' Donnell Dean of the College The College of Teacher Education is predicated upon the principle that a college graduate, training to enter service in the field of teaching or psy- cholog} ' , should have a broad general education and adequate professional training. Thus the following general aims pertain as fundamentals in the prepar- ation of each student enrolled in the college of teacher education: A broad general education reaching into the fields of the humanities, language arts, fine arts, and biological and physical sciences, and mathe- matics. Sufficient specialization in subject matter to enable the graduate to enter, competently, tlie field of professional services or pursue a professional program. Adequate understanding of American history and the foundations of the American way of life. For those preparing to teach, proper training to qualify for the teaching certificate. 40 41 Johnann Adee Bueyeros Home Ec. Ed. Gahe Anaya Moriartv Education Donald Anilerson Francesville. Indiana As. Ed, Mary Helen Apodaca La Mesa Elementarx Ed. Roberta Boney Las Cruces Elementary Ed Seniors Sue Cartlidge Los Alamos Benito Casados Park ' ieu- Home Ec. Ed. Secondary Ed. 1 4S 1% Loudell ( ole Corona Paul Costa Sprinuer Bilye Davis Las Cruces Home Kc. Ed. As. Ed. Elementary Ed. Jo Englr Mountainair Don FosUt Silver Cil AniK ' Fallu ' li T ( " arrizozn Trarlier Ed. Businesis Kd. Home Va Kd. Durrell (ienlry Carlsbad Teacher Kd Harry Harrii oii Hope Teacher Kd Bolthie Harl Artesia Business Ed Seniors V i - Celia Heltman Los Alamos Joan John8on Gladstone Teacher Kd. Home Kc. Kd. Ri naM Kin I r i( (. Aubrey L -wis (Jarlsbad Kalherine Lizer Santa Ic Ag. Ed. Sert)ndar Kd MuH : Kd. 43 Thomas Morrow Folsom Lonnie Moore Farmington Eva Lou Moore Las Cruces Rosalee Lucero Santa Rosa Sam Negrea Sharon, Pa. Teacher Ed. Teacher Ed. Elementary Ed. Business M. Teacher Ed. 1 Seniors G. L. Mauldin Deming Ruhen Marquez Belen Ag. Ed. Teacher Ed. Joy « Maag Las Cruces Elementary Ed. Janet Peterson Elida Elementary Ed. Marie Rodriquez Espanola Home Ec. Ed. Louiiiu Rael Questa Homer Ste arl Melrose Joan Stephens X a " on Mouiul Buck Smith Pittsburg. Okla. Jerry Simmons Artesia Margaret Salazar Belen Home Ec. Ed. Ag. Ed. Teacher Ed. Ag. Ed. Ag. Ed. Home Ec. Ed. Seniors a t t S Rolando Salas Santa Rosa Margarilo TrujiHo Cimarron Teacher Ed. Teacher Ed George W ' idner Melrose Laura Vigil Espanola Harold Ultley New Bedford. Mass. Teacher Ed. Home Ec. VA. Teacher Ed. 45 The College of Engineering The College of Engineering, as a major instructional division of New Mexico State University, has as its ultimate aims= Emphasizing the need of solid and l)road training in the basic subjects of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and English. Encouraging the student to broaden his outlook on life by the study of subjects in other fields. Giving a fundamental training in the engineering sciences, based upon the foundation of mathematics and the physical sciences. Providing specialization to some degree in agricultural, chem- ical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering so that the student may be fitted to take his place in society and industrial activity. Emphasizing that an engineering education, like all branches of education is a contiiuious process, and does not terminate with graduation from a recognized or accredited institution. Dr. M. A. Thomas Dean of the College Luke B. Shires Chemical Engineering J Harold A. Brown Electrical Engineering Frank Bromilow Civil Engineering A. M. Lukens Mechanical Engineering Don Adams Melrose Billie Akens Clovis Electrical E. Chemical E. hoodie Armstrong Cansey Benjamin Baca Belen Electrical E. Civil E. Seniors Ernesto Baca La? Cruces James Beal Albuquerque Electrical E. Electrical E. Jack Beasley Roswell Robert Beers Santa Fe Electrical E. Chemical E. LTV ' A- . i James Bickel Las Vegas Glenn Binns Portales William Bradham Truth or Consequences Vance Boliling Dodjie Citv. Kansas Mechanical E. Mechanical E. C. E. Mechanical E. i Seniors n w- r - P4tk Delmas Brown Des Arc. Ark. Edward Butterfield Las Cruces Mechanical E. Electrical E. Johnny Callahan Artesia Samuel Campbell Hollywood Electrical E. Electrical E. 49 Chester Claghorn Las Cruces Donald Coleman Weymouth. Mass. Mechanical E. Electrical E. Joe Creed Altus. Okla. Chemical E. Fred Daniels Phoenix. Arizona Mechanical E. Seniors Allan Da as Silver City Electrical E Josue Diaz Guavama. Puerto Rico Electrical E Norman Drihelrii Wilkes Barre. Penna. Mechanical E Dean East Santa Fe Civil E AI Farquer Wapon Mound Mechanical E Robert Fefran Santa Fe Electrical E Rulten Flores Wilivington. Calif. Donald Forrester Colorado City, Texas Civil E. Electrical E. Seniors Xd 1 V 1 .11 Edward Gamhoa Las Cruces Edward Garvin Malaga, ew Jersey Bob Gurtler Weatherford. Okla. Harvey (iilliert St. Louis. Mo. Mechanical E. Electrical E. Chemical E. Electrical E. 51 yXllliam Godby Camerco Louis Gomez Albuquerque Lyn Fasano Las Cruces David Gose La? Cruces Civil E. Mechanical E. Civil E. Electrical E. Seniors Jolin Haberl Las Cruces Charles Hammer Mansfield. Ohio Carl Hammons Oxnard. Calif. Bryan Hodges Las Cruces Mechanical E. Electrical E. Mechanical E. Chemical E. illiam Holoonih Ontario. Calif. Chemical E. Thomas Hughes Lubbock. Texas Chemical E Richard Isler Roswell Civil E. Robert Jacobi State College Chemical E iCnr: ' Seniors Don Jennings Wilmington. Delaware Mechanical E. Jaek Johnson Tucumcari Mechanical E. Eugene Konitzer Appleton, Wisconsin Jon Lindsay Santa Fe Electrical E. Civil E. 53 Luis Lucero Santa Fe Mechanical E. Bill Mackey Hobbes Mechanical E Mohammed Mamu Baghdad. Iraq John Martin House Civil E. Electrical E. Seniors Renato Martinez Santa Fe Civil E Niel Iatthews Globe. Arizona Electrical E f Paul Merritt •s - Silver City Mechanical E Emmett Miller ' s Farmington Mechanical E Larry Mixon Roswell Roman Montnya Santa Fe Paul McGahen Big Spring, Texas Jark Newman Albuquerque Grady Nicholson Ardmore. Okla. Electrical E. Civil E. Mechanical E. Mechanical E. Civil E. t .. VW Seniors »t ' Stanley Okamura Honolulu, Hawaii Electrical E. Jearl Patterson Demming Civil E. Ronald Person Prescott. Arizona Electrical E James Pilcher Tempe, Arizona Mechanical E 55 Dickie Plaster Clovis Gerald Poling Cleveland. Ohio Patrick Quinlan Long Beach. Calif. Elias Quintana Las Cruces Electrical E. Mechanical E. Electrical E. Civil E. N Seniors Henry Ramos entura. Calif. John Raney X ells. Nevada Harry Ray .Alpine, Texas Yi ' illiam Reynolds Roswell Electrical E. Civil E. Chemical E. As. E. ( ' illiani Richardson L()nf;vit ' v, Texas Norman Robinet Phoenix. Arizona Mike Sanchez Aragon Electrical E Robert Sartin Anthony Electrical E Randolph Scott Artesia Chemical E Electrical E Mechanical E Seniors Gary Smith South Charleston. West Va. Samuel . ' »mith Santa Fe Donald .Sperry Artesia Charles Steinmann El Paso, Texas Mechanical E. Civil E. Chemical E. Chemical E. 57 Robert Stinehaugh Embudo Mechanical E. Richard Sweatt Artesia Electrical E. Elijah Triplet! Hitchins, Kentucky Mechanical E Don Tolmie Albuquerque Electrical E Seniors Donald Thinisen Ventura, Calif. Electrical E Wayne Usrey Portales Mechanical E William Wachtler Roswell Mechanical E Stuart Warrick Silver City Electrical E Wt wi Gerald VIrh Artesia Ronald ' halin Phoenix. Arizona Jay Wille Estancia John Young Las Cruces Quido Zecca Gallup Chemical E Mechanical E Electrical E. Mechanical E. Civil E. r Seniors Class of 1959 59 GRADUATION Tom Ferguson and Pat Fergu- son Weiler are a brother-sister team that graduated as members of the class of 1959. Pat and Tom have a rather unique distinction other than being brother and sis- ter graduates — they both gradu- ated with honors. Pat ' s degree was in English and Tom received his in physics. Congratulations to you both and good luck always. The family arrives for the bis event 60 Tom. Mom. Pat and Dad 1959 T i Man, dig that crazy sun. This is a real thrill. 61 Does it fit. Mom? Make this one good Dad. Congratulations. Pat. 62 Look evervbodv ! I ' m ffettinp; nervous e ' ' ' " o Ready. Lvn? Congratulation, Tom (JoofI luck to you liotli 63 9 E33A r itifi Mi li 1, m lltif ACTIVITIES j Ww ' :• iH 1 1 fjiwNiiiiiiiiiaiiiiif !• I iiiii 1 .J l Sakini played by Mike Milam Lady Astor steals anotht-r scene 66 Best Actress, Jackie Clark; Director Hershel Zohn; Best Actor, Bob Jones TEA HOUSE of the A UGUSr U ' li star halata Medea and Creon, played by Gordon Roederer Jackie Clark as Media MEDEA 68 Slave, Nick Shrode and Women of the Chorus, Marihii Lujan. Fran Kady and Sybil Coliett TEA AND i Laura, played by Nan Snow and Tom, Dan Evans STMPA THY Joe Hughes. Dan Evans. Lindell Mitchell, Winfield Alme, and Monte Sims ■.ff-- T ' Be ' F ff ' 1i;r--- , CAST AND CREW Standing: Charley Stilwell, James Sperl, Dan Evans, Russl-1 Sh.ihurnc, Vi ' infield Alme. Monte Sims, Hershel Zohn. Sitting: Philip Bingie, Nan Snow, Elenor Sherburn, Karen Gardner. Karen Siitlicrland. Bob Plese. 69 CHAMPION EXHIBITION TWIRLER J Lester Nelson ir Joliet. Illinois AGGIE DRUM MAJOR Kenneth Guthrie ■S ti- i: Las Cruces, New Mexico 70 ' A Betty Jean Gonzales La Mirada, California Jo Ann Joy -■ ■ ■- Alaniojiordo, New Mexico 1958 HOMECOMING Parade W inner — Phi kappa Tau House Displa inner — Zeta Tau Alpha r - s " .: ' " 71 Lambda Chi Alpha ' ' • i Sweepstakes Winner SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON y E L G M E A G G I L itei Don F ' oster. Queen Nancy Burks, ami Queen ' s escort. Chuck Fredrick Baptist Student Union 73 LT. COL. WILLARD S. WALTER Professor of Air Science AFROTC DETACHMENT OFFICERS Lt. Col. Walters. Major Sparkman. Capt. Hermes. Capt. Lamb. Li. Basquez, Capt. Geldard I Not Shown) AFROTC DETACHMENT NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS A IC Cross. T Sgt. Peterson, S, Sgt. Yates, T Sgt. Perkins, M Sgt. Dodson CADET GROUP COMMANDERS. 1958 — Cadet Colonel Richard I. Taylor 1959— Cadet Colonel John R. Pruitt y r-- -V k AIR FORCE JOINT AIR FORCE-ARMY REVIEW. JAN. 1959— CADETS IN REVIEW AIR FORCE AND ARMY Ol ' TSTANDING CADETS RECEIVING AWARDS AT JAN. JOINT REVIEW. ROTC 75 GROUP COMMAJVDER— J. R. PRUITT GROUP STAFF— C. PAPPAS. V. DUENAS, J. LINDSAY, F. DANIELS. P. WILCOX. F. ELEGANTE AFROTC DRILL TEAM " THE SABRE FLIGHT " COMMANDER— CADET LT. D. R. KING ANGEL FLIGHT IN REMEW ' THE COLOR GUARD " Giesen. Landrum. Gillhani. Rodriguez 76 SQLADKU.N A " ' COMMANDER— W. CATANESE SQUADRON " B " COMMANDER— J. A. NUGENT SQUADRON " C " COMMANDER— J. P. DOUGHERTY - ' ' J . SQUADRON " D " COMMANDER— R. KELLER DRILL Cadet H n Guard CEREMONIES Members of the ROTC Rifle Team re- ceive awards during review ceremony. GUNNERY Crew-served weapons class fires the 81 mm mortar using the sub-caliber fir- ing device. .! :.. JaS5g;s «M j» -t i . -. - I 1958 ROTC SUMMER CAMP, FORT HOOD, TEX. ISITOR Prof. J. G. Walts vis- its summer camp. L. to R.: Capt. C. O. Lindsay. D. D. Burleson. B. 0. Mackev and W. C. Parnell. BAYONET DRILL In the age of atoms and satellites the iii£ inlr - man must still he profuieiit in hand-tn-hand romhat. 2 33 -- »M ' r ' - ' A " " .- ' LI E FIRING Cadets fire hiph-explosive ammu- nition from the iSlmm mortar, un- der the watchful eye of Rejrular ini instructors. 79 AT THE MACHINE GUN RANGE Prof. J. G. Watts fires the light machine gun. assisted by Cadets H. E. Clark and E. J. Montoya I kneeling I . NMSU CADETS AT 1958 SUMMER CAMP. Front row: S. L. Campbell. H. E. Clark. D. L. Brown. T. J. Hughes. B. B. Black- well. Center row: A. D. Thomas. S. M. Learned. T. A. Arciniega. C. L. Klaudt. J. 0. Pilcher. E. J. Montoya. C. G. Keyes, R. C. Patterson. Top row: D. L. Sperry. D. D. Burleson. J. M. Raid. B. E. Hager. S. E. Negrea. A. H. Rich and C. C. Nivens. 1 : , W 1959 ANM AL FKDKRAL INSPtCTlON Officers from Headquarters, Fourth US Army, inspect the Cadet Bri iade and find it in excel- lent shape. COMMISSIONING Four years of effort are rewarded by a commission as Second Lieutenant in the L nited States Army Reserve. Lt. Col. R. F. Pille administers the oath of office to new Second Lieutenants. L. to R.: Lt. Col. R. F. Pille ( PMST I . T. J. Hughes. S. L. Campbell, D. L. Sperry, C. G. Keyes, B. E. Hardman. B. B. Blackwell and J. 0. Pilcher. 81 " ENGINEER ' S DAT 1959 t SPRING CARNIVAL 83 THE DANCE AT N.M.S.U. ' THE LOWLAND SEA A Folk Opera Dick Holman and Johnnie Stout 85 : .S5S V-:Ji T,. ' ;. f.- yi ■ f■ - ' ■f y ' . ' -. ' X- ' f f ' !iJ-l.. ' ' fi, " ' ' « S: OUTSTANDIj. STUDENTS Most Popidar Boy 88 S li en li ep ard Most Popular Girl V ' - ■ • • • .J Ao Arnn ivlcijor 89 St. Pat I 90 (ls ob tlnebauah St. Pat ' s Queen r ' %» aue t lorded 9T Aggie With The Best Line ' 92 ( fiuck redi ich Greatest Aggie r I ■■■■■ I I III 1 1 1 ■; ■!■ Aim OSicUei 93 Sun Carnival Princess 94 S udun hotni J Son spring Carnival Queen Sandra cJLiHie 95 Homecoming Queen 96 I lane u (iDiirh 2S Most Popular Faculty Member iSSl CapL leiuj. Woo J 97 . i - ' ,.-.V:iA . .■ ' .■ . Military Ball Queen tSi,.. i: " f L onnie Uetter 99 Johnann Adee President Pat Bagley Historian Loudell Cole MU BETA Mu Beta is an honorary fraternity for Senior Women on the campus of New Mexico State Uni- versity. Members are chosen on the basis of Scholarship, Leadership, and Character. The aim of the organization is to encourage scholarship Barbara Davis. Joan Johnson. Joanna Williams. Eva Jane Robeson. Ann Paxton, Jean Staggs. Bobbie Hart. Kathleen Kathv Green Bobbie Hart Secretary Joan Johnson 100 MU BETA and to further that goal they give several scholar- ships to the highest ranking woman in cac h of the four classes and also a Service Award and Lead- ership Award. Mrs. Maude Guthrie Sponsor Joanna Williams Joan Skaggs Reporter Daughter). Mrs. G. L. Guthrie, Kathy Green, Johnann Adee, Pat Bagley. Loudell Cole, absent. Kay Lizer Treasurer Ann I ' axtnn Eva Jane Robeson Vice-President 101 BLUE KEY Jim Bickel Blue Key National Honor Fraternity was founded on the campus of Florida University in 1924. In the spring of 1956 a chapter of Blue Key was organized at New Mexico State University. The purpose of Blue Key is to recognize and encourage high scholarship, leadership, and service among the men of this institution. Blue Key, in connection with Mu Beta, pro- vides the Honorary Student Marshals for each graduation ceremony. Two men. Paul Merritt and Donovan Foster, were chosen by Blue Key to he honored as thi outstanding male students of 1958-1959. They were recognized during June graduation exer- cises. Carl Jones Carl Barnes Joe Gregory Fred Daniels Bill Godhv 102 Don Jennings Milton Mathews Bernard Corlev Turn Hughes Paul Merritt Ronald Whalin Lvn Small John Jones Don Tolmie Charles McCoy Don Foster Richard Taylor Larrv Crouse Richard Berlemann ( ■ • Larrv Paradee Tom Mobley Kent Jacobs G. L. Mauldin Heinz Gehlhaar Dick Lemmon ' Sharon Parriott Mary Kav Holmes Many, many thanks to Sandra Roundey, the cover artist: Peggy Olmsted, and Joyce Maag. 104 Gordon Grabow, Pat Weilar. Rich Meleski. Jack Tuckish THE 1959 SWASTIKA Ronnie Gaines Business Manager ernon ade Editor [• " ran K ran Nain THE ROUND-UP the College Newspaper Read Throughout the State Volume LII FOR MORE THAN 50 Years the ROUND LP has been the reading pleasure of Aggies during their leisure hours and a source of many campus controversies, and spirited debates. The 19.58-59 Edition of the ROUND UP has had its share, and the staff, at the end of the vear. feels thev would not have it anv other wav. .ALICE SHAUL. Copy and News Editor, helps one of the printers untangle a typographical problem, . s News Editor it was her job to sort out the news for publication, and as Copy Editor it was .-Mice ' s job to prepare all the copy for publication, write headlines, make-up the pages, and read galley proofs. 106 BRITTAIN llAlxDMA.N. Sports Editor, who was ably assisted hy Les Nelson and Don Pledger, discusses a printing problem with Managing Editor Donna Rhodes. As Sports Editor Hardman cov- ered the win over Texas Western College during football season., and the Aggies climb to Border Conference leadership during Basketball season. EDITOR. William K. Bellais. could not rest until he was certain that the paper was readv to go. Here he reads a press proof of one of the .58-.VJ papers. PMI MANAGING EDITOR. Donna Rhodes handled all personnel work for the paper. I WROTE THIS, says reporter Peggy Olmsted to " Campus High- lights " Editor. Kathryn Cox. Both Miss Olmsted and Miss Cox worked tirelesslv during the production of the ROl ND I P " s Fift -second ohime. THE STAFF EDITOR William F. Bellais _ j B Managing Editor Donna E. Rho des i Copy and News Editor .-Mice Shaul B Sports Editor Brittain Hardman f fi ■! m I Business and Circulation w ' ' Y ' Ronald Tolman. (Charlotte Bellais, Nick Shrode Circulation Kallirvn Cox, Charlotte Bellais. Mac Chew Feature Writers Ilarald-Edwin Schmidt. Ali Jareed Reporters f ' eggy Olmsted. Scott V ' alker. Les Nelson, Don Pledger. Carol Mclntyre. and Buck Rhodes Advisor Richard Caple . , , , r MrvTc- -TL u . • .u- .u I f M ■ O " " " ' • ' " y special thanks to Uen- iNOlL: 1 he photos appearmg on this page are the work ot Dennis . AjJ-™ ( g ROUND UP ' s Adams. He has been the ROUND UP ' s photographer for this photographer. entire vear. Photo of Donna Rhodes bv Rives Studio. Las Cruces, New Mexico. 107 660 KNMA 630 Front row, lejl t o right: Donald Pointer. Bryan Hill. Walter Scott. Fred Baily. and Richard Hautamaki. Back roic: Larry King. Bob Jones. Roger Litka. Charles Ferris. Colin Gromatzkv. and Samuel Jennings. Ao; Shonn: Dan King, Mike ' alton. Benjamin Bean, Nick Shrode Edward Mitchell, Harold Palmer. Craig Mehrens. Charlie Hall, Jim Tematt. Jake Jacobson, John Crane. Ron Tolman. Phillip Miller, and Wilbur Sitze. 108 K N M A a - ' 660 630 109 WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES To be elected for memhership in Who ' s Tio Among Student in American Colleges and Uni- versities is one of the highest honors a student can receive. Qualities which are considered in pros- pective nominees are the student ' s excellence and sincerity in scholarship; his leadership and par- ticipation in extracurricular and academic activities; his citizenship and service to the school: and his promise of future usefulness to business and society. e believe that these qualities are exemp- lified in the students who were elected this vear. Jim Bickel Mechanical Engineering Paul Merritt Mechanical Engineering no Roberta Boney Education Hank Beers Chemical Engineering Jerry Simmons Ag. Education Bobbie Hart Business Education Anne Gallacher Home Ec. Education Ronald Whalin Mechanical Engineering Wim Brittain Hardman History Byron Alexander Pre Medicine 111 NEW Joanna Williams English Bob Stinebaugh Mechanical Engineering Christina Glass Education Don Tolmie Electrical Engineering WHO ' S 112 Bernard Coriev Horticulture Laura Vigil Home Ec. Education MEXICO ATE Charles McCoy Physics Don Jennings Mechanical Engineering Pat Bagley Home Economics John Pair Horticulture WHO Larry Mixon Mechanical Engineering Johnann Aclee Home Ec. Education 113 NEW MEXICO STATE Eva Jane Robeson History G. L. Mauldin Ag. Education Thomas Gragg Pre Medicine Donovan Foster Business WHO ' S WHO 114 Jean Skaggs History Darrell Gentry Education ' - » ' ;l w , ' - ' t ' lA . Floral arrangements by City Flower Shop VANITY FAIR 116 ( aroiun y nted aue i orded V 117 1 J n; 118 II lllcirii nn (I3urki J ( Barbara nn l md 119 ■c ' JoAnn Major Sandra Roundey Carlvn Ross Dee Jensen Alice Shaul Nancv G ancv Orav Martha Randal C nthia Brewer Evelyn Atchley Lata White Sandy Crocker Alice Mavis 120 Dorothey Ortiz Sydney Thompson Corinne Rogers Sara Cox i elma Gunter Penny Fort Nancy Burks Bernice Bourguet 0C iP J r IBp - iK 1 4 V I i gfl Kocer ' illiams Connie Vetter Jackie Smith 121 (J 1 GREEKS i»- jiitx:. v.. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Panhellenic Council of New Mexico State University is the governing body for the three sororities on campus: Deha Zeta, Chi Omega, and Zeta Tau Alpha. The pur- poses of the group are to further intellectual accomplish- ment, to guide sorority women in the maintenance of high social standards and to be a forum for the discussion of questions of interest in the college and fraternity world. Helen Abaskin Delta Zeta Pe ggy Hughes Delta Zeta Molly Williams Zeta Tau Alpha Anne Gallacher Zeta Tau Alpha President Joanna Williams Chi Omega Dorothey Ortiz Delta Zeta Alice Valentine Zeta Tau Alpha Jean Rayroux Zeta Tau Alpha 124 Jean Skaggs Chi Omega Sandra Roundey Chi Omega Not Pictured: Robbie Howell. Delta Zeta. Betsy Forehand Chi Omega INTERFRATERNITT COUNCIL Vernon Wade President Richard Caple Advisor Ronald Torbert Secretary Frank Pugliese. Lyn Small. Hank Beers, John Jones, Jon Strom berg, Melvin Morris, Vincent Mastrangelo. Tom Mobley, Quedo Zecca, Hank Cwika, Davis Holdman, Gabe Anaya, Bill Wheeler, Walter Caviness, Larry Paradee. Jay Wiile. Under the direction of president Vernon Wade, the I.F.E. starlec] the yeai ' with the adoption of a new constitution. Several other new ideas became reality during; the year: an I.F.C. wi)ik h()|i ami the I.F.(L sponsored AH Fraternity Awaids Han- (juet. 125 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON JOHN JONES Eminent J. B. BLAYLOCK Eminent DALE NICHOLS Eminent VERNON WADE Eminent CARL JONES Eminent SAM EDMONDSON Eminent KENNETH GUTHRIE Eminent JOHN STUCKY Eminent PRESLEY ASKEW Eminent NORMAN MATLOCK Eminent Archon LYNN SMALL D. Archon. . ., JOE WATSON Recorder BILL REYNOLDS Treasurer VERNON WADE Warden JOHN JONES Harold JERRY DE COSTE Preceptor TOM WOOTTEN Chronicler SAM EDMONDSON Chaplain ALVIN WATSON Correspondent TONY TREAT Advisors; Mr. G. L. Guthrie, Dr. Sigrud Johansen Housemother: Mrs. Dorthev Wright Richard Montoya, George Price, Don Dresback. Bob Riley, Phillip Campredon. John Wilt, Don Taylor, Jerry Szaley, Clem Mancini. Carl Covington. Don Gonzales. Milton Mathews, Pledge Trainer Carl Jones. 126 TIM SAGERTY LYNN SMALL Pres. Spring ' 59 TOM SOWELL MARK STROUP BILL WOOTTEN JOHN STUCKY TOM WOOTTEN VERNON WADE HARRY VAIL ALVIN WATSON CHARLES FREDERICK TONY TREAT JOE VALERIO PRESLEY ASKEW DAN IVEY JIM WILSON JOHN HOLT II M WIGGS MIKE HELM CORY WOODBURY 127 DON JACOBS JOHN JONES Pres. Fall 1958 GENE JACOBS CARL JONES DON BROOME DALE NICHOLS JACK COOPER JIM NUGENT JIM COSTIGAN LONNIE MOORE JERRY DE COSTE JOHN O ' BRIEN JERRY DOUGHERTY JAMES PATTON JIM DOUGHERTY NORMAN MATLOCK SAM EDMONDSON BILL REYNOLDS NEIL GUM RANDY SABRE KENNETH GUTHRIE NED HOLMES ALPHA GAMMA RHO MOTHER RITH STILES Housemolher ' „ fJ SiJLcaxi gJ SANDY CROCKER Chapter Sweetheart I)H. ROBERT F ' ORTER Chapter Advisor 1959 PLEDGE CLASS 4iB C. (HANK I THOMPSON President First row: Vernon Shcllcx. I{al|)li Nance. Jerry Eancher. Mick Guck. Don Staple- ton, Don Walker. Seconil row: Bernarr Spence. Ple(lf;e Trainer. Frank liandall; Richard Bell. Conny Curtis, Jack Quirk, Forrest Littrel. 129 ' ' Il t AFP CLARENCE GAINES First Vice BOB VILLAREAL Secretary WALTER CAVINESS o BRAVE BULLS Homecomino; Float taw T; m PAUL COSTA 1 TOM CRUME n LARRY PARADEE Second Vice M . TOM MOBLEY Treasurer v- 1 N MELVIN FERRIS ' ° DON FOSTER CHARLES GLOVER ANGEL GOMEZ JOHN KERR ■SUfSSB " Nuwi m i;ti i:z AMOS MELENDREZ fD v BERNARR SPENCE {,. 1. M l LDIN (II l!i.ES McCOY r.lLL I ' li ' KH m • CIIAIJLES RICHARDS «, IIM SWEDBERG HILL THORMON KYLE MEDINA LEM RIXERA JIM THORNTON GEORGE TIGNER JA.ML5 TIGNEH STL K MLLAKLAL MARK W 11 111 131 " So long as we love, we serve. So long as we are lovec by others I would almost say we are indis- pensable; and no man is useless while he has a friend. " . . . Stevenson President Pegg ' Hughes Pledse Trainer Phvilis Maure Secretary Dorothv Ortiz Rush Chairman Roberta Howell Treasurer Barbara itte GAMMA XI DELTA ZETA Kav Lizer nn Paxton 132 Helen Abaskin President Glenda Beach Jan Buiknei Shirley Mitchcl Joan Ross Connie Stevens »» vt Barbara Hughes Margaret Gilbert Marilyn Noble Ida Saucedo Jean Williams FALL 1 958- 1 959 PLEDGE CLASS SPRING 1959 Martha Anderson Peggy Cumston Eugena Holconib Not Pictured Alice Mavis 133 hatinthehell do we build for homecomins? Frank LoveIad Mel Porter " i . The finished product from the " Great Locomotive Chase, the Lambda Chi RR. " ' Don Tolmie LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Incoming Prexy and Veep. Merritt and Hardman look over National Scholar- ship trophy as outgoing twosome Berle- man and De Busk present same. Lambda Chi Alpha on New Mexico State Cam- pus has the highest grade point average of 155 Chapters in the United States and Canada. Glen Binns Don Shepan Gerald elch LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Paul Merritt. President Brittain Hardman. I ice Pres. COAT OF ARMS OF LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Jerry De Busk Secretary P i Allan Davis Treasurer Dr. Gordon Walts Sponsor Don Jennings Pledge Trainer Dr. Jack Adams Sponsor Jon Stromberg Rush Chairman Don Adams Social Chairman Viki Holmes Crescent Girl Mrs. Hazel Peipelman Housemother 135 Jav Witte John Morris Doug HoUoway dk Paul McGahen " The pledges go Midnight Requisitioning at a local and infamous establishment. " Itl 1 VJ Don Conners ■r |?-7yitii Ok Jim Pilcher Harrv Moncravie The mob again Hula-hooping at a Roaring Twen- ties party? alro Maudlin Richard Hautamaki tf Paul Lister Neal inson Bill Forrest Bob Jones Garv Galbraith 136 George Vt alker TAU KAPPA EPSILON =%t:wi Sweetheart ELi. cwinov PAUL COWAN HAL UTILE Y Housemother ISABEL COBB JON OTTESOX LEE CHEVES FRAV.IS lUHKE i ISILL WHEELER GORDON AYERS ,• rs HOUSE GABE ANAYA President MASCOT TROPHY ERNEST FELIX PAUL BOUSHELLE JIM LANE - - DILLARD BULLARD RUBEN L RQUEZ PAUL MULLIGAN " Lotta Hard Work " ' A Visit of the Grand President " CANNON " -Ole TEKE ' JIM TOG AM I BOB BERRY p) TIM HEALY " Sport Fans " ' Exciting Game ' ' DAVE CALDARELLI M MARTIN GOLDSMITH DOUG VAX ZANDT BILL WATCHLER ED GAMBOA BOB SUE RUSSEL GREEN 139 Barbara Thompson Pledge President CHI OMEGA Carolvn Antes Valeria Courtney Sandy Crocker Sandy DeBusk Virginia Harmontre Mary Jane Kennedy Eyonne McKinnely Kit Milam 140 P Lois Ritchie rsi . ¥ Carlyn Ross Saiuira Sease Nan Snow Sandy Thomasma Jimmie Verniillidii Not Pictured: Dixie Kapps, Avon ' ' i)kuni. Peggy Augustine. Barbara Seeley Oleta Wall ACTIVE CHAPTER Sandra Roundey President V . anc BurKs Margie Grimes Jean Skaggs ( Bobbie Baird iSancN Jo Archer Sue Blackmon CaroKn Cook Betsy Forehaiui :;: Nancy Gray m Ann Hedricks Jo Aim Jo Mickey McDonalil V Joann Major Elaine i ' lionilz Not Pictured: Pat Dunigan. JoEllen Engle, Katheleen Rhoda. Billie Schnider Joaima Vi illianis 141 4? ( . i ifl John Byers President Bob Patterson Treasurer ki Larrv Grouse Bill Barr » V ■ ' m 7w Don Forrester Heintz Gehlherr J k m Art Bell Jerr Holmes Dick Lenimon I ice-President Dick Ludwig Secretary Tom Hushes ain l..ar.i.-.l Rax Miller Jeff Pearce Pete Scott Sam Smith a Jerry ickstrom Don Hudson Stan Miller Charlie Lane Mike Murphey Larry Chaulk Frank Fusliese Bob Steinbaugh Charles Steinman Ronald Torhert Byron Hendrix Larry Mahoney I Don Howell Gene Michaels Palmer Randell Tommy Tucker Ed Wooff Pete Zettell 143 r H E T A C H I PLEDGES of 0X Larry Grasmick Bill McNeiland Harlen Smith Emmit Brooks Charles Grissom Sam Campbell A. C. Taylor Gene Taylor 144 Bert Bla(kttell Jdliii l?riJ M Fred Fields Prrsidenl Ocie Gra Rutch Oainniill Davis JJiildnKin 9 r r c H I ' ai - • Sam Cainplii ' ll David Gose ff Jerry Landrum Secretary r « - - ' m- Ndlaii Ghandler ice President Sport Harkey Treasurer F erl I,an{! Art Moore Walter Nelsmi iiMii I iiir Dean l{i- ii(ilds I ' rank KuckiM ZETA TAU ALPHA Beta Nu Chapter of Zeta Taii Alpha was chartered on the New Mexico State University campus in 1928. ZTA. an international women ' s fraternity founded in 1898, now has 103 chartered chapters. Beta Nu chapter is proud of its members and pledges, for it looks back with pleasure on 1958-59 and looks for- ward with anticipation to the coming years. Anne Gallacher President I Marion Bombach Mary Kay Holmes Ann Beauchamp Jessie Gilmer P resident Sue Denton Mary Jernigan Juanita Fiemin : Gretchen borardus I ice-President Glenna Dickinson Sandra Little Maria Kav Herndon Marv Ann Burke Secretary Marcia Dohk Peggy Olmsted Martha Noel Miaron Parriott Treasurer Beverly Gunter Mary Lee Watson Jean Read 146 ZETA TAU ALPHA •Pi r7 Georgia Boyland Vice-President i Joyce Maag Secretary Roberta Boney Kathrvn Cox Sara Cox Sue Hale Jackie McNiel Helen Myers Diana Poeter Jean Ravroux S ' isan lliotnpson I Alice alcntine Ga Widner Mollv Williams 147 SIGMA PI ? • h Uoc Anderson Sponsor ■BiQr Rrr " 1« iV 1 Nat Thomas First Counseler Sigma Pi Guido Zecca Sage Gene Staffeldt Sponsor Jim Grain Second Counseler Antonio Juarez Third Counseler ince Mastrangelo Fourth Counseler Picture not available: Bovce iliiams Sponsor Charles Barbee Herald 148 AC flVES - ,?♦». 1. 7 V Dave Ferguson Dave Derksen Bill Clark Pledge Trainer 1 ' Bill Fisk John France Jon Frederick Melvin Morris I.oiiis Lucero James Jacobson 149 Richard Quillin Don Roberts Shep Shepard 150 Jim Ward Pictures not available: Jim Bickel Gary Royster Joe Succi Dan Perry PLEDGES Ronald Cott President Bob ( " rane Vernon Hawkins Jon Panlener Kinie Reyes Ron Tinsley T m Benny Casados Dan Kina Charles Rogers Carlton ( ' onner John INoren Pat Stanley Pictures Not AvaiiaMe: Joe Rullei Bill Castle Henry Fielden Dave Galle;;os Nick Shrode Steve Skinner Noel Woodwell James uinwalt 151 GREEK STUNT CHI OMEGA WINS AGAIN SECOND: LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 152 1959 GREEK COUNCIL Front roii: Tom Moblev, President; Jenn Rayroux, Vice President; Peggy Hughes, Secretary-Treasurer. Sec- ond row: Lvn Small. Beverly Gunter, Sandy DeBusk, Helen Abaskin. Third roic: Walter Caviness. Larry Par- adee, Frank Pugliese. Fourth roiv: Jim Sachse, Jerry Dougherty. Ronald Torbert, Johnny Byers. FUNCTIONS OF THE COUNCIL GREEK STUNT GREEK SING ALL GREEK PICNIC 154 GREEK SING WINNERS 1st Chi Omega 2nd Sigma A Ipha Epsilon 3rd eta Tau Alpha I.F.G ALL-FRATERNirr A WARDS Outstanding Fraternity Man Donovan F. Foster Scholarship Award Alpha Gamma Rho 155 i- :i ■ ' . - - i-t- S4JVi -f.--.Va$ mt Vi m A THLETICS I m i. :M:J: ' f • SB I I I t FOOTBALL Athletic Director and head football coach Warren Woodson, assistant football coach and track coach Noah Allen, trainer ' " Brick " Brickerstaff, assistant football coach Tom Moulton. 158 Brick at work Coaches Allen, Woodson, and Moulton 1958 o itii ' -MBaGc:: -f -v r r J ( = ' i ■i - • i»» .«.-r-jic«-.TS " »« T Trinity 20 7 New Mexico 16 28 U. of Mexico 14 12 North Texas 43 27 Colo. Western 24 17 Texas Western 16 19 Arizona State 23 10 McMurry 7 32 West Texas 39 20 Hardin-Siriiriions 26 THE 1958 AGGIES The four year men Joe Kelley. Brick. Jim Hiikpj. and Sam . e " rea 159 w, i » M ART HERNANDES Guard -1 N t KICKY ALBA Back J. W. WITT ■ — ' 1 ' w S» -(ftr JOE KELLY Back JIM WORRICK Center BILLY KAY LOCKLIN Tackle Aggies Score Again 160 GEORGE MULHOLLAND End BENITO LANDIN Guard DAN VILLANl EVA ED DONAHUE Guard JT- ROYCE CASSELL End rM EUGENE WALKER End LOUIS KELLEY Back ■V. FLOYD STRICKLAND Guard 4. KAY EATHERLEY Guard Run Rick- Run 162 SAN NEGREA Guard CARL COVINGTON Center RALPH VANCE End ei . CHRIS CADENHEAD Back CARL HOLLOWELL Back Just a Little More o Kfr — r 1 t . JOHN POINDER Guard GERRY McPHER ON Center 163 HOWARD STALLINGS Tackle DONALD YAN.XESSA Tackle RICHARD PLITTO Back c: k DOUG VEAZY Back I DALE ALEXANDER Back PENNY McKNIGHT Back Let ' s Go Aggies 164 RONNIE LOGBACK Back JIMMY WILLIAMS Back l BROWNING YELVINGTON End 165 ' ' u sik Jim Bickel. Bob Cerny. Ben Landin. Jim Worrick, J. . X itt. Billy Ray Locklin, George MulhoUand Dous Veazv. Richard Cohee. Charley Johnson, Louis Kelley, Joe Kelly Coach Warren Woodson ' s first season at New Mexico State University was one of the bright- est New Mexico State football seasons in 20 years. All four of State ' s Border Conference games could have gone either way — including the 17-16 win over Texas Western and the losses by 23-19 to Arizona State, 39-32 to fired-up West Texas, and 26-20 to Hardin-Simmons. In addition to defeating Texas Western for the Aggies ' first conference victory since 1953 and the first win over Texas Western since 1946, New Mexico State also downed University of Mexico 28-14, Colorado Western 27-24, and McMurry, for the first time in eight games, 10-7. The Aggies lost to Missouri Valley Conference champion North Texas State 43-12 in State ' s only one-sided game of the season. N.M.S.U. also lost to Skyline power New Mexico 16-7 and to Trinity University 20-0. The games were won and lost by a 43-man squad which included 28 freshmen. Four players were sophomores, seven juniors. Only four seniors will be lost by graduation — fullback Joe Kelly, end Jim Bickel, and guards Art Hernandes and Sam Negrea. Of the four seniors only Kelly saw regular action as a starter. " We ' re very proud of these kids. " Woodson said after the Hardin-Simmons game. " We ' ve come a long way since September. " Actually, the coach points out. for New Mexico State the 1958 season was spring practice, the coaching staff — Woodson, line coach Tom Moulton, and end coach Noah Allen — kept only 1 1 play- ers who went through 1958 spring practice. Coaches and players had only 11 days of fall practice to prepare for the opening game with independent power Trinity. From then on the staff alternated between trying to prepare players for the next game and returning to fundamental teaching in blocking and tackling. In addition to turning the corner on game results, the Aggies also showed progress in winning local support. This was evidenced by attendance of better than 100 at each of several Booster Clul) luncheons during the season and an increase in game attendance from 13,479 last season to 24,188 in the 1958 season. 166 Recognition ot Ajigie footliall progress was ex- tended al ( in x ' lcclion ot jiinioi- tackle Hilly Ray Locklin and fuUhack Joe Kelly to Associated Press Border Conference first team. Four Aggie players were cited for honoralile mention in the AP sports editor selections — soph, ipiartcihack (!liaiic John- son, junior end George Mulholland. junior guard Be ' i l.aiidin. and iK ' shman half hack Richard Cohee. New Mexico State has scheduled ten games for 1959. Six of the 1959 opponents are major colleges. State will play Border Conference foes Hardin-Sim- mons. West Texas State. Texas Western, and Arizona State University, plus New Mexico and Tulsa, all major teams. Also on the Aggies ' schedule ai " e al- ways strong McMurray. |)owerful Trinity University, the University of Mexico and Arizona State College at Fla-staff. Co-Captain.s Mulholland and Warrick with (loach Woodson look into the future. The 1958 season record of four wins, six losses was halfway between what most fans hoped for and what they actually expected. But not since 1949 has an Aggie team earned four victories in a season. Next year the Aggies will have their sights set on i)reaking another doui)tful record — failing to have a season of .500 or better in the 20 years since 1938 . 19.S9 Hopefuls J. W. Witt. Billy Ray Locklin. H..I. Gaiters. I.ou Zivkovich. and Pcrvis Atkins. 167 CHEERLEADERS Susan Thompson Head Cheerleader Patty Melendez Connie Vetter Gav idner 168 169 AGGIES WIN 17, LOSE 11 Standinp: Gerald Robison. Jim Davis. Stanley Parks. Billy Jo Price. Lee Bowen. Bob Kelly. Kneeluifi: Jimmy Oliver, Joe Kelly, Roy Clymer, Charley Clark. Presley Askew. 170 Basketball players learii more playing the touph teams, figures New Mexico State Coach. Presley Askew. That ' s why his Aggies have played across the coun- try this season against some of the na- tion ' s outstanding powers. New Mexico State opened the season on the road winning over Evansvill e. then lost, hy narrow scores, to ashington of St. I.ouis. Bradley, Murry State, Xavier, and Western Kentucky on six consecu- tive nights. Later in the season N.M.S.U. narrowly lost to Okla. and Tulsa. At home, where they ' ve won 23 straight over 2V2 seasons, the Aggies defeated Centenary. Rice, San Jose, and Wyom- ing before launching their Border Con- ference schedule. Border Conference competition, tough- ened over previous years and playing for the first time under the freshman rule, went right down to the wire in a three-way tie among New Mexico State, Texas Western, and Arizona State Uni- versity. Coach Askew ' s Aggies then de- feated Texas Western and Arizona State to win the right to represent the three- state Cdnference. and later lost to Idaho State by a one point margin in NCAA play. New Mexico State hovered in the top in all statistical departments and N.M. S.U. ' s 6-foot-8 center. Bill Price, dom- inated individual statistics throughout the season. Coach Askew in action SEASON RECORD NMSU 91 Evansville 85 57 Texas Western 63 50 Washington U. 61 81 West Texas 57 54 Bradley 86 61 Hardin-Simmons 48 51 Murray State 66 80 Arizona State 85 52 Xavier 58 66 Arizona U. .58 60 Western Kentucky 79 55 Texas Western 47 80 McMurry 58 80 .4rizona U. 61 67 New Mexico L " . 53 81 Arizona State 71 62 Centenary 54 62 Hardin-Simnions 59 58 Rice 53 75 West Texas 83 52 Oklahoma U. 57 65 Texas Western 48 58 Tulsa 60 78 Arizona State 57 96 New Mexico U. 59 61 Idaho State College 62 70 San Jose 50 B()RnKR CONFERENCE GAMES 75 Wvomins 59 2 Border Conference Play Off Games and Conference Record : Won 7, Lost 3 the NCAA tilt with Idaho State. Season Record: Won 17. Lost 11 171 JOE KELLY All Border Conference Second Team Guard LEE BOWEN Forward BILLY JOE PRICE I nanimous All Border Conference Center t CHAHLKY CLARK All Border Conference Second Team Forward 173 B 111 1 V t " ■ ■i fc ...— JIMMY OLIVER Guard 174 JIM DAVIS Forward c PRESLEY ASKEW Guard GERALD ROHISON I ' urwanl 175 s STANLEY PARKS Center 176 DICKIE MONTOYA Guard BOB KELLY Forward ROT CLYMER Guard 177 180 = — 181 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Ralph Vance, Ronnie Logback, Don Bell. George Knighton, Ira Clark, Bill Hunnicutt, Darrell Bushmaier. 182 Standing:: Bill Gillham. Ira Clark. Coach Jim Delamater. Sitting: Grady Nicholson, Don Thimsen. INTERMURALS Tail Ka|)pa F|)silnii 2032 Phi Kappa I an 1693 Sigma Alpha Epsiloii 1679 Alpha Gamma Rlio 1333 Haptist Stuik ' iit L iiion 1237 Saints 1039 Cham ipions Touch Foothall Baptist Student Union Volley Ball Saints Baskethall Saints Softball Saints Track Saints Horseshoes Singles Chuck Fredrick S.A.E. Doubles Aryes Boushell T.K.E. Tennis Singles Dick Lemmon P.K.T. Doubles Boushell Cowan T.K.E. Basketball Free Throw Bob Ferran Newman Badminton Singles Dirk Lemmon P.K.T. Doubles Simmons iS. Forrester P.K.T. Ping Pong Singles Paul Boushell T.K.E. Doubles Simmons Lemmon P.K.T. Pool Singles Paul Cowan T.K.E. Doubles Imagana Burkett Indep. Bowling Phi Kappa Tau Golf Saints Swimming Lambda ( hi Alpha Cross Country Tau Kappa Epsilon Cross Country Jess Garcia PERMS ATKINS Dashes Field Events TRACK Pervis Atkins and coach Noah Allen MiKK mi:mm) .a Middle Distances 184 ED MORTON Field Events DON BELL Distances JOHN FRANCE Middle Distances LARRY HARRIS Distances HAROLD STACY Middle Distances JIM BICKEL Field and Middle Distances MIKE LaTURNER Middle Distances CHARLES PETTES Dashes LEONARD SMITH Distances DON THIGPEN Middle Distances EARL TANKERSLEY Hurdles and Kicld Events ORD COX Middle Distances LYNN HEIMERICK Middle Distances DUAL MEETS New Mexico State 72 Texas Western New Mexico State 97 W.S.M.R. New Mexico State 59 N.M. Western BOB PATTERSON Middle Distances RELAY MEETS New Mexico Western Relays N.M. Western 91 Texas Western 50 N.M.S.U. 41 Ariz. State 27 Phoenix College 22 W.S.M.R. 16 St. Michaels 2 New Mexico University Relays New Mexico 85 N.M. Western 45 N.M.S.U. 20 Ariz. State 12 64 38 77 QUADRANGULAR MEET Minnesota 114 N.M. Western 39 N.M.S.U. 34 Texas Western 31 BORDER CONFERENCE Arizona University 84 Arizona State 55 Texas Western 11 New Mexico State 7 Hardin-Simmons 7 West Texas AGGIES WIN 5, LOSE 10 tandinp: Bob Ceriiy. Terry Washburn. Darrell Bushmiaer, George Spence. Carl Franzoy. Louis Kelley, Frank Randall, Gary iesen. Buddy Bell, Presley Askew. Kneeling: Art Montoya, Johnny Estiuibel. Rich Vlosich. Bob Ferran, George Knighton, Sr G Lefty Ronaldi, Bob Paul, Jack Brooks. 5 Eastern Arizona 7 8 Eastern Arizona 7 2 Denver 21 9 Colo. State 13 6 New Mex. Western 8 6 New Mex. Western 5 13 Denver 14 2 Denver 5 Sul Ross 11 2 Sul Ross 5 1 Sul Ross 7 13 W.S.M.R. 4 9 W.S.M.R. 5 4 New Mexico 8 5 New Mexico 13 Won f;amc because oi iiu ' lij;il)le player forfeit. Coach Presley Askew 187 CARL FRANZOY Pitcher DAKRELL BISHMIAER Tn field TOM RONALDI Piteher 188 RICH VLOSICH Pitcher ART MONTOYA Catcher GEORGE KNIGHTON Outfield GARY GlESEN Infield (;k()hge spence Infield H|l 1 W ' - H ■■■r H i l ■■ H _ L .-. FRANK RANDALL Outfield BOB PAUL (!n ' flirr JOHNNY ESQUIBEL Infield BOB FERRAN Infield BUDDY BELL Assistant Coach p • r , v f « %, Sramattr 3fratf rn!% Back row: Joe Clements, Lindell Mitchell. Charles Stillwell. Richard Swanson, Gerald Sanders. Russell Sherburne, James Sperl. Second row: Robert Jones, Merle Reynolds, Karen Sutherland, Amy Shook, Gertrude Van Eton. Eleanor Sherburne. Paul Conk- lin, Kenneth Guthrie. Front row: Hershel Zohn. sponsor; Sylvia Lydick, Jean Rayroux. Maurcena Learned. 192 ANGEL FLIGHT First roic, lejl to riphl: Belle Huffman, Billie Schneider. Nancy Gray. Sue Blackman. Jo Ann Majors, Com- mander. Second row: Robert Bacon, Liaison Officer; Betty Jean Gonzales. Sandra Roundy. Connie Vetter, Roberta Baird, Captain Hermes, Sponsor. Not Shown: Sue Haley, Martha Randall. Nan Snow, Gay Widner. TOWN GIRLS ' CLUB - First row, lejl to rifiht: Uean Martha Hall. .Sponsor: Bernice l our ' iuet. Shirley Mitchell. Juil Grausnick. Roberta Field, Becky Braun, Geraldine Stone, Lois Ritchie. Second row: CaroKii Antes, Glenda Beach. Eileeti Arnold. Sandra Sease. Fran- cine Kady, Alice Valentine, Nancy Clark. 193 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY OFFICERS (leji to rifihth ISO Carl Connor: Comptroller Jerry Doughert : Conimanrler Rdlierl Keller: r)eput Commander John Ra I ' luitt: Operations Officer Fred Flet:ante. (it Shoun. dministration Officer Dan King. The nioId Air Society ' s purpose is to further the mission, tradition and coneept of the Air Force. The Society sponsors the " " Aiigpl Flight " and the " " Faille Flijilit " Hyin.u cluh. The Squadron: Capt. Lamh. Sponsor, is at far right, standing. CofTee time during joint meeting ork. Work, Vi ork 194 Lt. Basque?. Sponsor Reliuildiii the plane The Eagle Flight has had a their pro- ject this year tlie rohuihliiiii ol an air- plane. This airplane helongs to tlie cjuli and thev will use it. ,-- Hubert Keller t;i es the club members pointers on flying. More hard work on the plane Joint meelini; of AAS and Ansel Flight 195 BLOCK BRIDLE CLUB Fir ' it roil- Rex Hartsraves. Bettv Sims. Ann Stevens. Jcrrv Uieeii. : econ(I row: J. J. Norris. sponsor: Fred Heckman, Thomas Joe. Third ou-: Alfredo Ocando. Dick Bonine. V. E. Smith. Fourth rou : Phil Smith. Kenny Parmele . Billy McCasland. Fifth row: Richard Maulsby. Art Sears. Homer Stewart. Sixth rou: Bob Adee. John Pair. Taylor Hemler. Lvnn Chilton. 196 A ' I Left to ripht: J. J. NORRIS; Sponsor; BETTY SIMS, Secretary; BILLY McCASLAND, Reporter. Second roiv: KENNY PARMELEE. Treasurer; LYNN CHILTON. Vice-President; REX HARTGRAVES. President. Left to Right: Kenny Parmelee, Bob Adee, Jim Yarliroupli. Clyde Ostrander, Homer Stewart, Sam Gene Humphries, Billy McCasland, and Dale Zinn. Sponsor. 197 i io ' RODEO CLUB OFFICERS: Carl Hall. Sponsor; Ted Arvizo. Presid.-Mt: Hill Minzftimaxei . Tre-asunM: Alfred Jnlins.m. Vice- President; Ann Stevens. Secretary; Capt. Wood, Sponsor. RODEO BOARD OF DIRECTORS: HilJv a nc Dinuiddic. iJarehack Ridin.u: Mr. Hall. SporiM.r; Hill Wells. i{opiii,ii K ciits: I ' at Duni- gan. Girls ' Events: Bolihy (hooper, iiull Dog,;;inji: Andy Nunez. Saddle Hronc Kidiii;;: Ceiald Marr. i5iill Ridinj:. 198 We. the riK ' iiilicis oi the Aggie Roiieo Cluli, are proiiil to (letlicale our section ol llie annual to JAKE BAKB()A--an inspiration to all of u who nii.uhl despair, hut rallicr like him. to llnil hapi)i- ness HI ii n) " ;. 199 RODEO CLUB Norris, Gibson. D. Jensen. Perez. Cooper. Kennedy, Yoder. T. Walker Minzenmaver. Prichard, Nunez B. Adee, J. Adee. Hemler. Gentry. D. Cox. Gardner. Brown, Stoves, Nuckols Sibly, Hart. Simms. K. Jensen Jernigan, Gilmer. Widner, Johnson, Short, Green, Dunigan, Marr, Matag Dinwiddle. Stauder. Baird, Gunter. S. Cox, Cryer, Butt, Morgan, Wilborn, Glardon, Yarbro, Parmlee. P. Walker. Carl Hall. Sponsor; Wells. Lettermen for 1958-59: Tommy Perez, Bill Wells, Kenny Parmelee, Pat Dunigan, Alfred Johnson. Gerald Marr. 200 SPURS First roiv: Mrs. Florence Anderson, sponsor; Patty Melendes, Leta White. Phillis Mauro. Maxine Thatcher, treasurer; Alice Valentine, president. Second row: Eileen Arnold, Penny Fort. A.W.S. Representative: La- Wanna Scott, secretary. Third row: Phillys Caywood. Nancy Gray. Melissa Pior. Spurs. National Sophomore Women ' s Honorary Fraternity, eonsists of girls who made a 2. .5 or better grade average and who partieipated in two or more activities. The motto is, " at your service, " and each fall Spurs is " At your service " with the Big-Little Sister Program. 201 ALPHA ZETA Honorary Agriculture Fraternity ACTINE MEMBERS AM) SPONSORS Front rou : M. B. Junes (spmisni i. Bernard Corle I seiretary i . L nn Chilton (treasureri. Pete Stewart (chronicler. Joe Gre- gory I vice president 1 . Second rou: Boyce " illiams (sponsor). Richard Taylor (president . W. E. atkins (sponsor). Third row: Charley Lijrocky. Clyde Ostrander. Fourth row: John Pair. Dean Reynolds. Tom Mohlev. Top row: George Tisner. Fran- cis Burke. John Stewart. Carl Barnes. ot Pictured: Dale Zinn i sponsor i. Buzz Burris. Don .Anderson. G. L. .Mauldin. 202 ALPHA ZETA Honorary Agriculture Fraternity FALL 1958 PI F.DGF.S Fninl ntu : Jim ' ;irliiiiu;;li. (iaiiiT KlopfiT. (iciiruc SpftUf. Jim Tlioriilnii. Had. roii : liill l{i ' iinlil Dii kfttiiiiii. •n l.aisdii. Ddllllir 203 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, vse band together in this Professional honorarv fraternitv. " PROF. CARL G. HOWARD Sponsor DONALD ANDERSON Fall President PETE STEWART Spring President Top ran. left to right: Pete Stewart. Eujrene Dahl. Tavlor Hemler. Dean Levendecker. Donald ood. Middle row: Paul Costa. Gerald Marr. Cicilio Martinez. Robert Davila. Ronald Kinp. Clyde Ostrander. Buck Smith. Bottom roic: George Tigner, Dudley Cash. Luis Luna. Prof. Carl G. Howard, Paul Wilcox. 204 BETA BETA BETA PRESIDENT: Kathleen Kendall, Cubia Clayton MCE-PRESIDENT: Cubia Clayton SECRETARY: Kent Jacobs HI STORIAN: Bvron Alexander COUNSELOR: Marlow G. Anderson ACTIVE MEMBERS: Byron B. Alexander, Luz A. Candelaria. Cubia Clayton, Ralph DeOliviera, Thomas Gragfn, Bernard Guild. Kent Jacobs. Kathleen Kendall. Amos Melendez. Wesley Niles. Ann Paxtoii. James Prichard. Frand Pupliesc. Kirby Tarry. Aaron oljrin. IJuell Wood. PROVISIONAL MEMBERS: Presley Askew, Charles Jean Campbell. Benito Casaros. Henr Chavez. Isidro Del- pado. Walter Jiller. Elizabeth Forehand. William Graham. .Sue Hale . James Lane. Tyrce Mintan. Billy Mittag, Jean Rayroux. Jerry Salome, Arthur Sears, Robert Selis. Edwin Wairath. Conrad arren. Vi iliiam Vteir. FACILTY MEMBERS: Florence M. Anderson. Marlow Anderson. William Dick-Peddie. John Euer. Maude Guthrie. Philip Lfeyendecker, Ralph Raitt. Eugene Staffeldt. (jl n Throneberry. James X eiss. 205 STUDENT WIVES ' CLUB Back row: Leta hite. irginia Borrego, General Chairman; Tina Claphnrn. Treasurer: Johnnie Tuton. Publicity Chairman: Betty ooten. President: Edna Swanson. Secretary: Mrs. Charles higham. Sponsor: Lorraine Sue. Front row. Marilvn Graham. Mary Beth Christy. Eula Harrison. Kathy Mazac. Barbara losich. Anna Mae Richardson. Sponsors for the year not shown: Mrs. M. A. Thomas and Mrs. H. R. Stucky. Since 1946, this cluh has enabled Student W iyes to meet other wives of both students and facuhy members by providing a varied social program. The Student Wives " Club meets the first and third Thursdays at 8:00 P.M. in the " Home Living Center " located west of the Coronado Playmakers Building. Membership is open to vives of all N ' MSU students. 206 i MKMF KRS M) SPONSORS, lefl to niihi: 15(.1 Racnn. Mikf Milam. Jim Darrt ' ll. Gu! Gome . David Smallwiiod. Mikf Six. Slandinii: C.a A. (Jcldard. Kinder Junes. Biil Noiris. Tex Jones. Harle i{id e- ua . Dan Kini;. Dan Evens. Paul holt. M Sj it. Quappe. Charles Klaudt. (]ompan (.ornmaiulti. (!apl. Vu ustine (iomez discussing field problems uilh 1,1. Mike Milam and I.t. Kender Jones. New Mexico Slate liiiNeisiU Salue Tram performing. Shamrock Ball. at the Cathedral PHI MU TAU Honorary Arts Sciences Society % P. [ r fT y y MEMBERS Silling: Mary Vaughn. Sandra Roundey. Geraldine Stone. Slanding: Byron Alexander, Bill McDill. Jon Otteson. Dale Alex- ander. Jim Peake. Richard Henderson. Albert Leyendecker. Paul Sperry. Jim Ward. Roy Spruiell. Bill Caudle. i ' ol Pictured: Don Foster. Kathleen Daugherty. Bobbie Hart. Ted Lehman. Ann Paxton. Eva Jane Robeson, Vicente Sanchez, Don Cart- lidge. Clarence Gaines. Barbara Davis. Mel Calderon. Weldon Hill. Kent Jacobs. Charles McCoy. 208 DAIRY SCIENCE CLUB DMHY SCIF.NCF, CUB— M.-ml. rs of till ' |)aii ( luh are Kithaid Srhulincistpr. |)a i(l Zarliiian and Joe Gre.;;iir . Our sipiinsors are Dr. Robert Porter aiul Dr. S. R. Skagcs. N.M 1 D.MKV JLDGl.NC TK.V.M— Dr. Robert Porter proudly presents his dairy judpinfi team: George Spence. James ' riiiiier. Tony Treat. Bill Min ennia er and Andv Nunez. Team members are Spence. Treat and Iinzi ' nma er — alter- nates are Tiiiner anrl Nunez. Ji lESTBUVS DAIRY . GHOLAKSHII ' AWARDS - The 0. C. Cunningham and the K. P.. Anderson Dair Seholarships will be available to an freshman entering in dairv. These two annual -82.10 scholar- ship awards are in honor of these two Ljcntlemen for their ires at NMSU. distinguished serv- T TK DAIRV PRINCESS — NMSU was proud to ha e among her students this ear. the 19.59 State I)air Priticess, Miss Mar Lee Watson. Congratula- tions on a job well done. NEW TKTH -l ' k— Installation of a Telra-pak paper bottling machini ' at NM. ' r provides one of the most mml- cr II inclhod-- of milk packaging. 209 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Eugene arhro President, Fall 1958-59 OFFICERS FOR 1958-59 President — I Fall i Eugene Yarbro (Spring I Joan Johnson Vice-President — ( Fall i Joan Johnson ( Spring I Joyce Lowery Enlistment Chairman Bill Dodson Devotional Chairman Dwight Walker Missions Chairman Nancy Eichholtz Publicity Chairman Eva Lou Moore Stewardship Chairman Lynn Chilton Social Chairman Leon Aschbacher Music Chairman Charles Naul Secretary — ( Fall) Cathy Coleman ( Spring I Athol Evans Intramural Representative Terry Hopkins Church Representatives : First Baptist Charles Tharp Mesilla Park Charles Hodgin Fairacres Arlie Deal Grandview Gene Davison Faculty Advisor W. A. Alford Pastor Advisor Don Richards Joan Johnson President, Spring 1959 Back row: Steve Huff I Mascot l. Ray Correll. Bill Stevens. Ted Dale. Bill Richardson. Stan Xunneley. Tommy esson. Charles Hodgin. Lynn Chilton. Troy West. Leon Aschbacher. Leo Gaddis. Dwight Vkalker. Marvin Killgore. Terry Hopkins. Center ron : Mrs. George Dodson. Bill Dodson. Mrs. Bill Richardson. Eva Lou Moore. Athol Evans. Nancy Eichholtz. Jean Cross. Marti Hague. irginia Alford. Sonjia Terrell. Luana Schoonover. Joyce Evans. Barbara Walker. Carol Mclntyre. Elaine .Atchley. Joyce Lowery. Joan Johnson. Front rote: Bryce Sandlin ( Director i. Tommy Walker. Bryan Hill. Dale Perry. Phil Dawes. Speedy Durbin. Charles Naul. Steve Strauss. George Dodson. Rev. George Park (Pastor. Mesilla Park Baptist Church). 210 Bryce Sandlin Director-Bible Teacher Eva Lou Moore State B.S.U. President 1958-59 INTRAMliRAL FOOTBALL CHAMPS Back row: Paul Klopfer. Terry Hopkins. George Knighton. Stanley Haynes, John Economides. Charles Ranrlel. Center row: James Clark. Eugene Yarhro. Dickie Mon- toya, Harold Durbin. Dale Perry. Front row: Art Hernandes I .Asst. Coach), Bryce Sandlin. Student Director. Joe Kelly I Coach I. 211 AG CLUB w I Front row: Tony Sanchez. Neil Gum. Joe Gregory. Lynn Chilton. Second rote: Cecilio Martinez, Louis Luna, Gilbert Baca. Third row: Clarence Archuleta. Carter Kloepfer. James Harding. Back row: Clarence Watson. Sponsor: Thomas Joe. George Kinard. Sponsor. Officers: Tony Sanchez, secretary: N ' eil Gum, reporter: Lynn Chilton, treasurer: Joe Gregory, president. 212 ENGINEER ' S COUNCIL First roiv: Ronald ' halin. Professor J. W. Clark. Larry Mixon. Gerald Poling, Bob Stinebaugh. Second row: John Jones, Donald Coleman. Jess Younp. Lewis Card. Jim Thornton. Renato Martiez. Foo Lam. Third row. John Stucky. Dale Calla- han, William Holcomb, Rudy Provencio. J. B. Cole, Don Jennings. Dean East. Ao Pictured: Don Tolmie, Bill Reynolds, Gregory Nixon. OFFICERS President Larry Mixon Vice-President Bob Stinebaugh Treasurer Gerald Poling Secretary Ronald halin Faculty Advisor Prof. J. W. Clark EX-OFFICIO 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 Gvil Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Institute of Electrical Engineers and Institute of Radio Engineers American Chemical Society Pi Tau . " igma Sigma Tau Delta Pi Omega 213 SIGMA TA U FRA TERN ITT National Honor Society For Engineers Scholarship Socialbility Practicality First rote: Paul Merritt. Jack Johnson. Larry Mixon. Foo Lam. John Jones. Marlin Aker. Second row: Woodie Armstrong. Donald Thimsen. Ronald Whalin. Lewis Card. Chester Claghorn. Donald Sperr . Randolph Scott. Third row: Boh Stine- baugh. Stuart Warrick. Elijah Triplett. Charles Lindemuler. Don Jennings. Thomas Hughes, Gerald Poling, Bryan Hodges. 214 I First roiv: Professor L. B. Shires, Bob Stanfield Jack Johnson, Don Coleman. Rudy Provencio. William Hart. Second row: Bill Godby. Charles Parsons. Dwayne Greenside. Roger Herbstritt. Allan Davis. Third row: Hubert Plumlee. Ronald Person. Edward Davison. Lawrence Fisher. Fourth roic: Heinz Gehlhaar. Roscoe Alford. Don Tolmie. Members Ao Pictured: Robert Beers, Harry Rav. Martin Goldsmith. Robert Sartin. Lawrence Grouse. Kenneth Havnes. L. A. Fasano. Gordan Jeffers. Law- rence Paradee, John Linder. Richard Berlemann, Wayne Huffman, Conrad Keynes. Henry Ramos. A r 215 PI TA U SIGMA National Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity I « V V. ;.s rou : Paul Menitt. lark Juliiisiin. Larr Alixon. too Lam. John Jones. Marliii Aker. Secoiiil row: illiani Hart. Km- mett Miller. Rcmakl haiin. Lewis Card. ance Holding. Chester Ciaghorn. alter Stewart. Third row: Rohert Stineliaugli. L. ' . Kleine. Faculty Adxisor; Elijah Triplett. Charles Lindemulder. Don Jennines. Joseph Quesenherry. John Haherl. Cer- ald P..lin2. 1958 OFFICE Spring, 1959 RONALD WHALIN President JOHN JONES GERALD POLING ice-President FOO LAM EMMETT MILLER Recording Secretary VANCE BOLDING RICHARD BERLEM.ANN ... Corresponding Secretary . CHARLES LINDE.MULDER VANCE BOLDING Treasurer WILLIAM HART LOUIS KLEINE Facultx Advisor LOITS KLEINE 216 The object of PI IM SIGMA is to foster the hijJih ideals of the en- gineering profession, to stimulate interest in coordinate departmental ac- tivitic-. to jiromolc the mutual professional welfare ot its nienihers, and to develop in students of mechanical engineering the attributes necessary for effective icadiMshij) and the a»uni|)tion of the responsibilities ol a citizen in a dcmocracv. First nm : I ' , it IVn . Mlllnn Nhitlifw-. W illi;mi I ' Icminj:. Seroiiil run : Kohirt CdXcii. Jaiiio liickil I.eisher. liiii Ua isijii, W illiam 217 AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Left to right: Doyle Wise, Bryan Hodges, R. L. Scott, Bill Holcomb. Fred Mulloy, Jearl Patterson, John Stucky, Mr. H. P. Sheng. Bob Gurtler. Joe Creed. Harry Ray. Roman Montoya, Donald Sperry. VIRGINIA HAMONTRE ACS Queen Candidate for the Engineer ' s Ball PROF. L. B. SHIRES President Bill Holcomb Vice-President John Stucky Secretary-Treasurer Fred Mulloy Sponsor Prof. L. B. Shires 1 SAM LEARNED ACS Candidate for St. Pat For the Eno;ineer ' s Ball 218 CHAPTER EMBLEM ASAE American Society of Agricultural Engineers Student Branch First row: E. G. Hanson. Bill Reynolds, Jim Thornton. Kyle Medina. G. H. Abernathy. Second rott : Lutlui Rivera. John Kerr, G. P. Kinard, Fred Fields, Gus Morales. OFFICERS President Jim Thornton Vice-President Kyle Medina Secretary Bill Reynolds Treasurer Fred Fields Sponsor G. H. .Abernathy 219 AMERICAN SOCIETT OF CIVIL ENGINEERS First roiv. left to ri ht: Dean East. Jerry Martinez. Johnny Cunico. Carl Jones. Palmer Randall. Sec- ond roil-: Bill Godby. Arthur Scott. Jon Lindsay. Renato Martinez. Third ran: Sam Smith. Tom Card. Jerrv Dougherty. Mr. Jennings. Sponsor: and Conrad Keyes. .- ' t , OFFICERS: Johnny Cunico, Treas.: Rudy Pro- vencio, V. Pres.: Dean East, Pres. : and Sam Smith. Secretary. Left: Field trip to Briggs A ' lT Force Base. AIRE — IRE From row: V. Quinlan. A. Gilcrease. D. Callahan. ' . Armstrong. S. arric k. D. Juchum. Second row: Vi . Scott. Dr. Crosno, Dr. Duncan. D. Coleman. E. Downing. R. Ferran. G. Davison. Third row: L. King, B. Stankevich, W. Whilakcr. W. Rich- ardson. M. Sanchez, E. Konitzer. R. Seigenthaler. J. Strahm. Fronl row: H. Clark. S. Okaniura. J. Martin. L. Christy. M. Herhstrilt. I,, lasano. Second row: K. Miller. .Mr. Coleman. C. Lutz. P. McCahen. D. Plaster. P. Moya, L. Cramer. D. Check. J. Patterson. Third row: H. Emerson. W. Goodart. H. Gehl- haar. E. Garvin. C. Hammer. H. Stephenson. D. Carril. W. Mershon. 0. Chai)man. OFFICERS (Jiairmati Gregory J. .Nixon Vice-Chairman Donald A. Coleman AIEE Secretary James Strahm IRE Secretary Patrick Quinlan 221 Treasurer Donald C. Thimsen THE AMERICAN SOCIETT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Front row: Joe McWhorter. Ronnie McDonald. Nan Snow, Jess Young, J. B. Cole, Robert Stinebaugh. James King. Profes- sor Robert P. Egermier. Second row: Larry Mixon. Donald Dresback, Gradv Nicholson. Kitti Indrambarva. Lewis Card, Walter Couch. ance Bolding. Ronald Whalin. Foo Lam. Leo Dittmer. Third row: Bob Stanton. Harold Earl. Cecil Eaks. Ronald Butler. Alfred Rarquer, Clarence Hust, Don Jennings, Bob Crane, James Harvey, Gerald Poling. Milton Mathews. 222 ETA KAPPA NU NATIONAL HONORARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY GAMMA CHI CHAPTER Installed May 9, 1959 PURPOSE: That those in the profession of electrical engineering, who, l)y their attainments in college or practice, have manifested a deep interest and marked ability in their chosen life work, may be brought into closer union so as to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges and to mark in an outstanding manner those who. as students in electrical engineering, have conferred honor on their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship, activities, leadership and exemplary character and to help these students progress by association with alumni who have attained prominence. Front row. lejl to ripht: Donald E. Tolmie. Vice Pres.; Russel J. McNauphton. Univ. of Minnesota; Melvin A. Thomas. Dean of Knfiineerinf;; William M. IJalentine. Univ. of Pittsburg; Dr. K. B. Kurt . Installatioti ofTiier; Harold A. Brown. Head Flectrical Engineering Dept.. Advisor; Dale H. Callahan. President; Woodie W. Armstrong. Corresponding Sec.; D. Wayne HufTman. Treasurer; Stuart C. Warrick. Recording Sec. Middle row. left to ritihl: An-Hwa Soong. William R. Dodson. Charles F. Hammer. Dwane L. Legg, Henry Ramos. Douglas C. Brown. Roger L. Ilerhslritt. John V. Stanle) . John I . I,in- der, Virgil L. Lovilt. Lyn A. Kasano. Back row. left to riii ht: James F. Strahni. Hubert K. I ' lumlee, Robert F. Seigenthaler. Patrick S. Quinalan. James B. Winn, Donald C. Thimsen. Martin L. Goldsmith. Conrad H. Koning. John F. Van Dolman. William H. Kersting, Ronald D. Person. Lloyd Gorrell. Heinz G. Gehlharr. Robert E. Slanfieid. Dr. C. Donald Crosno, Rob- ert D. Sartin. Harold D. Smith. 223 MILTON HALL PROGRAM COUNCIL Below: Preparations for the big event. Below: As the evening pro- gressed, infornialitv reigned. Riplil: The I ' lciiiram Cnuiicil Rifiht: Roger checks the set-up Below: Roger Williams opens his ronrert. Riyhl: The studen ts meet the star. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Standing. left to right: Yolanda Bianchi. Badria Hindi. Louisa Rael. Louise Sample. Helen Myers. Laura Vigil. Lydia De- Turo. Martha Anderson. Cynthia Brewer. Tonita Lindsay. Jerry Bonds. Marion Baombach. Jon Bush. Bruella Holeman. Ey- vonne McKinley. Sitting, left to right: Marie Serrano, Phyllis Caywood. Penny Fort. Dr. Lee. Alice Mavis. Leta White, Georgia Boyland, Eugenia Holcomb, and Adriana Quintana. Standing, left to right : Eyvonne McKinley Historian Penny Fort Secretary Alice Mavis Reporter Phyllis Caywood A. W. S. Representative Marie Serrano Treasurer Sitting, left to right : Dr. Julia S. Lee. . . . Leta White Georgia Boyland . . . Sponsor President . Vice-President 225 w M E N R DOR-M SECTION LEADERS Standinf: on stairs f gains: down ) : Ida Saucedo. Pattv Melendez. Penny Fort. Karen Richardson. Belle Huffman. Elaine Priesnitz. LaWanna Scott. Barbara Hughes. Standing on floor (left to right I : Donnelly Fitzgerald. Sara Jane Lovegrove. Else Torres, Sandy Thomasma. Karol Kimsey. Carol Mclntyre. Bryceen Terry. Eugenia Holcomb. E S I L ADMSORY BOARD Sealed on davan (left to right): Mrs. Ruth Elfranks. House Mother: Avon Yoakum. Linda ' ickstrom, Don- nelly Fitzgerald. Seated on floor (left to right): Charlotte Gray. Chairman: and Velma Gunler. Standing: Miss Lilliam Park. House .Advisor. ot shown is Dorothv Ortiz, secretary. 226 JV c E H A L L UPPERCLASSMAN DORM OI-FICERS At the lop oj the stairs: Ida Saucedo, A.W.S. Representative. Middle rotv from left to right: Penny Fort. Reporter: Barbara Witte, Vice- President. Bottom rote: Velma Gunter. A.W.S. Representative and Charlotte Gray. President. Not shown is Carlyn Ross. Secretary- Treasurer. IRKSHMAN DORM OFFICERS from left to right, standing: Martha Anderson. Nice- President: Avon Yoakum. President: Sydney Thomp- son and Linda Wickstrom. A.W.S. Representatives. Seated from left to right: Marcia Doak. Secretary: Glen- nie Dickenson. Treasurer: and Karol Kimsev. PuMicitN Director. 227 NEWMAN CLUB RELIGIOUS, INTELLECTUAL, SOCIAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President Pete Drexler Vice-President Tom Reddin Recording Secretary Rita Bass Treasurer Eugene Sandoval Corresponding. Secretary Navora Gonzales Historian Alicia Apodaca Chaplain Father Ryan Sponsor Lt. Col. Rov Pille Front roiv: Marie Serrano. Navora Gonzales. Yolanda Bi- anchi. Clara Hawkes. Pat Leach. Cissv Apodaca. Mart Garcia. Back row: Ralph Catanack. Ed Millsap. Clarence Archuleta. Lorena aides. Eddie Rael. Mike Sullivan, Mauricid Garde. Rebecca Chilton. Rupert Sandoval. Dan Perry, Jerry Caveglia. Front row: Morris Drexler. Ruben Marquez Dick Mier- myr. Tom Stanker. Mel Higgins. Middle row: Eugene San- doval. Eileen Arnold. Judith Grausnick. Mabel Martinez, Rita Romero. Rita Bass. Pete Drexler. Alicia .Apodaca, Father Ryan. Back row: Tom Reddin. Dan Perry, Ann Paxton, Jerry Caleglia. Richard Rupp. Philip Miller. Dave Tubbs. 228 Guest speaker at meeting. Meditation at the annual retreat. Social after the meeting. Cleaning up after the annua! enchilada supper. ' ' •? " , INTER RELIGIOUS COUNCIL Religious Emphasis Week March 1-4, 1959 " Operation Life " W. E. Watkins Sponsor Alice Valentine President " " Mark White Eva Lou Moore Tom Reddin PARTICIPATING GROUPS Baptist Student Union Christian Youth Fellowship Newman Club Wesley Fellowship Westminster Fellowship Not Pictured: Gene Yarbro Suzanne Handschy Richard Henderson Ray Frank Jones 230 R.O.T.C. ASSOCIATION .MILITARY BALL. Queen Connie etter and her escort, Cadet Colonel John Pruitt. Association Ofliccrs. From Icjl lu rinli : i ' rcs. John Pruitt. ire-l ' rcs. ' I ' oni Ilufihes, Treasurer Jon Lind- say, Recorder Bill Kersting. Sponsor. ( ' ;ipl. tlcrmcs. I SAP 231 SPORTS CAR CLUB Left to ripitt: Bob Crane! Roy Fox, Garret Thurman, Lance Presnall, Jon Batistic, Sponsor Capt. R. C. ood. and Hale Hawkins. HANDS IN THE CARBURETOR PRACTICE RUN THE FIRST LAP 232 Vi ' illiam (rDonn.-lI Chapter STUDENT ED UCA TION ASSOCIATION Top row, left to ripht: Dr. Leonard Douglas. Sponsor: Pat Weiler. Elizabeth Forehand. Serretary: Lonnie Moore. Aubrey Lewis. Presley Askew. Jr.. Phillip Miller. Leo Nistas. Leon Skaggs. Front row. left to riplit : Shirlev Gaza. Gertrude an Eaton, Historian: Betty Rose Douglas, Odell Spruiell. Darrell Gentry, President: Rita Bass. Vice-President: George Jordan. Amos Melendez. Benny Casados. Harry Harrison. Members not shown: Jo Ellen Engle. Babs Moar. Sue Blackmon. Roberta Field. William Elwood. Connie Vetter. Ivan Mull. Treasurer; Katherine Lizer. Maureen Greatarex. Celia Munoz. Marilxn Tougas, Christina Glass. Bobbie Hart. Marlene Medina, and Barbara Stonestreet. The SEA is an organization of college students who ]ilan to ciilfr the teaching i)roles- sion. The stated [)iirposc of SEA is to promote professionalism among its mcmlicrs. The SEA is affiliated with the New Me xico Education Association and the National Education Association. 233 WESLEY Wesley Foundation is an organization for college-age youth and is sponsored by the Methodist Church. Our program is three-fold. orship. Fellowship and Recreation. Our aim is to develop well rounded individuals and enrich the student ' s life. In our attempt to accomplish this we meet twice each Sunday, in the morning for Sunday School and in the evening for Wesley. The evening meeting includes a supper and a Our Second-Place 1958 Homecom- ing Float. " The Trouble with Harry- is the Trouble with McMurrv. Thevre Dead " A part of the group in Making homemade ice cream for the evening supper. That handle won ' t bite. Steve. 234 FOUNDATION worship service. We also have fun and go on picnics to White Sands National Monument and have special events parties. The projects of the group are varied and include the Home- coming float, for the past three years we have placed in the parade, and the renovation ot the Spanish Methodist Church at Dona Ana. New Mexico. f urtz ' s back yard SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Bi!l Davidson VICE-PRESIDENT.... Eva Jane Robeson SECRETARY Helen Tilley TREASURER Di, k Hiner -% JU- r Our Sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Kurtz The Kitchen Crew for Our Annual Flap-Jack Flip. Efficient looking crew aren ' t they. W.RA. OFFICERS President Bertha Rivera ice President Betsy Forehand Secretary Colleen Bonomo Treasurer Charlotte Gray Publicity Chairman Karen Richardson A.W.S. Representative Johnann Adee Sponsor Joyce Faux President, Bertha Rivera The Women ' s Recreation Association of New Mexico State University is an organization de- signed to foster and promote recreational activities for women students enrolled or residing within the university community. Clubs, tournaments, and special events within the framework of the intramural program include a wide variety of team and individual activities and provisions are made to experience and enjoy the values of recreational play and association with students from other institutions of higher learning. COUNCIL Standing, left to right: Phyllis Bush. Sara Cox. Pat Dunipan. Ann ' elsh. Seated, left to right: Karen Richardson. Elizabeth Forehand, Bertha Rivera, Charlotte Gray. . ot Pictured: Johnann . dee. Joan Ross. Colleen Bonomo. Joy Miller. 236 CHAFF and DUST Front row, left to right: Tom Mobley. Bill Thornton, Estelle Darrow, Charlotte Gray. Charles Richards, Del- Ion Cox. Back row, left la right: Bernard Corley. Dr. H. E. Dregne, Mr. M. B. Jones. Charles Tharp. George Spence. Francis Burke. Curtis Breshears, Walter Caviness. Charles Glover. James Harding. Charles Pren- tiss, Robert Sanders, Joe Gregory, Neil Gum, Dr. B. A. Melton. SOILS CROPS 237 CLASSES f ■- . - Jack Cooper Representative Juniors Randy Sabre President Pat Dunigan Secrelary-T reasurer Bobbie Baird Gallup William Barr Phoenix, Ariz. 240 Robert Berry Socorro David Billing Sue Blackmon Elwood, III. Belen Jerry Bonds Tucumcari Emmit Brooks Portales Roger Cady Albuquerque Bob Cerny Artesia John Byers Meyersdale. Pa. Don Cartilidge Eunice William Clark Rocky Ford, Colo. Helen Abaskin Albuquerque Ralph Catanach Santa Fe Roy Clymer Drumwrishl, Okla. Bobby D. Adee Bueyeros Lawrence Chaulk Portales 4 Roscoe Alford Artesia Walter Caviness Lovinjr Leon Aschbacher Carlsbad William Caudle Seminole, Texas Juniors Don Chapman Dora Charles Chambers Roswell Lee Cheves Cisco, Texas Joan Chittirk Mesilla Park Jim Crain Midland, Tex. Robert Crane Moline. Illinois 241 Fi- Larry Grouse Florissant, Mo. Dave Derkson Birmingham, Ala. Richard Cordova T. or C. Billy Dinwiddie Jal J uniors Carlton Conner Kerchonkson. N. Y Chuck Dinwiddie CliS Heinz Gehlhaar La Luz Leroy Glardon Deming JHBk L Y; n - ' , y iFii t 242 Betty Jean Gonzalez La Mirada, Calif. Jack Cooper Silver City Kathryn Cox Las Cruces Gene Davison Louisville, Ky. Gail Dinwiddie Ft. Sumner Byron Donaldson Deming Pat Dunigan El Paso, Tex. Ernesto Felix Santa Rita Dave Ferguson Phoenix, Ariz. Eloise Flint Las Cruces Navora Gonzalez Taiban Salvador Gonzalez Anthony Marjorie Grimes Socorro Neil Gum Williams, Ariz. Kenneth Haynes Clovis Gerald Holmes Joplin, Mo. Carlos Gutierrez Deming Byron Hendrix Deming Paul Hopkins Douglas, Ariz. Henry Hamilton Carlsbad Herman Hinton Encino Elizabeth Howe London, Onl., Can. Suzanne Handschy Carlsbad Marion Hix Roswell Richard Hautamaki Mass, Mich. Charles Hodgin Estancia Vernon Hawkins Montgomery, N. Y. Calvin Hoggard Las Cruces J uniors Don Howell Memphis, Tex. Belle Huffman Alamofiordo Joe Hughes Nara Vista Peggy Hughes Roswell Clarence Hust Carrizozo Kent Jacobs Las Cruces J I 243 Paul Klopfer La Luz J Juniors Louis Ke lley Abilene, Texas Dwane Legg Trenton, Tex. Don Killmer Ft. Sam Houston. Tex. Richard Lemmon El Paso Don Kingsbury Mosquero Albert Leyendecker Las Cruces Charley Ligocky Deming Tonita Lindsay Hobbs Billy Ray Locklin Rockdale, Tex. Virgil Lovitt Villiams, Ariz. Melvin Lucke Omaha, Neb. Ernest Ludwig New York Billy McCasland Clovis Mickey, McDonald Silver City William McNeiland Aztec 1 244 Raymond Miller Albuquerque Victor Malone Santa Fe Melvin Morris Espanola Mabel Martinez Parkview Richard Montoya Santa Fe J Milton Mathews Las Cruces Gerald Marr Tularosa Larry Mahoney Oxnard, Calif. Reynaldo Merino Santa Rita JoAnn Major Walsenburg, Colo. George Melder Etna, Pa. Juniors Babs Moar Albuquerque George Mulholland Upper Darby, Pa. Charles Parsons Roswell Robert Patterson Phoenix, Ariz. Vodene Patterson Deming James Peake Phoenix, Ariz. Ronald Perry San Patrico John Pierce Melvin Porter Hurley Hatch 245 o ' , Rudy Provencio Anthony Rita Romero Capitan Frank Pugliese Las Cruces Sandra Roundey Phoenix, Ariz. " Y Raul Reves El Paso, Tex. Jean Rayroux Carlsbad Patrick Romero Aragon kJ Juniors Fidel Sanchez Las Cruces Arthur Scott Santa Fe Walter Scott Memphis. Tenn. Arthur Sears Las Cruces Robert Seeley Hope Harold Shepard Dumas, Tex. James Sly iwton, Okla. Henry Stephenson Sacramento Geraldine Stone Las Cruces Jon Stromberg Hobbs Tom Stuart Coleman, Tex. Ronald Tinsley Albuquerque .z C: £m 246 Hays Timmons Estancia Connie Vetter Alamogordo Molly Williams Las Cruces Helen Tilley Panama Danny illanueva Calexico, Calif. Noel Woodwell Farmino;ton Susan Thompson Ysleta, Tex. Oleta Wall Elida Richard Woods Hatch Carroll Tuton Carlsbad Jerry Wickstrom Carlsbad Douglas Van Zandt Oneonta. N. Y. Keith V ' illemsen Las Cruces J uniors Edward Wooff Moorpark, Calif. Peter Zettel Tonawanda, N. Y. J:l «ui James Worrick Philadelphia, Pa. L Eugene Uarbro Loving James Yarbrough Roy a o o. 4il. V It AnnaLee York Hatch 247 Sophomores Jim Patton Vice-President Bobbie Howell Secretarr-Treasurer Kenneth Guthrie President T ony Treat Representative Floyd Amhurgey Las Cruces James Anderson Bayard Eileen Arnold Las Cruces Patricia Arnold Las Cruces Robert Bacon Aztec Charles Barbee Espanola Marshall Begay Crownpoint George Bell Carlsbad Charlotte Bellais Las Cruces Amelia Benavidez La Mesa William Benson Needham. Mass. Yolanda Bianchi Socorro Eustace Boyer Vado Curtis Brshears Portales Cynthia Brewer Hatch David Caldarelii Raton Jerry Calvani Carlsbad Rueal Cates Hobbs Phyllis Caywood E. Vaughn Leverne Christv Dardani ' llc. Ark. James Cline Albuquerque Ann Cole T or C. Catherine Coleman Las Cruces Bobby Cooper Dell City, Tex alecia Courtney W.S.M.R. Dick Cox Artesia Sara Cox Las Cruces Tom Crume Alamogordo Billy Davis Las Cruces Nell Davis Cloudcroft Victoria Dickerson Tucson, Ariz. Jerry DeBusk Hobbs Jerry DeCoste Hurley Donald DelMoulin Sherrard, 111. Sam Edmondson Clayton ♦ «. Sophomores v 249 n Sophomores -Ny ' »r y Charles Ferris Tularosa Lawrence Fisher Cuba Bill Fiske El Paso, Tex. William Fleming Las Cruces Elizabeth Forehand Carlsbad Penny Fort Caprock Donald Fulghum San Angelo, Tex. Lynda Fulghum San Angelo, Tex. Charles Glover Roswell Eleanor Gose Las Cruces Nancy Gray Deming James Guck Capitan Kenneth Guthrie Las Cruces r V ' «;c ! Sue Haley Las Cruces Rex Hartgraves Lovington Timothy Healy Chicago. 111. Ann Hedrick Las Cruces Badria Hindi Duran Roberta Howell Santa Fe Don Hudson Willcox, Ariz. Dan Ivey Las Cruces Helen Jacobi San Jon Gene Jacobs Hurley Daisy Johnson Las Cruces Johnnie Johnson Gladstone Wyche Jones Chandler, Ariz. JoAnn Joy Alamogordo Bobby Kelly Carlsbad Mary Jane Kennedy Gallup Daniel Kins Tularosa W illiam King Albuquerque Arnold Ladwij; Deming Joanne Lawry Deming mmii . Sophomores Donald Leonard Denver, Colo Sylvia Ligocky Deming Marcia Lizer Santa Fe Lydia Lopez Espanola Rafael Lopez Socorro Donald Lucero Raton Larry McCleary El Paso, Tex. Richard McNatt Farmington Josefa Munoz Anthony Michael Murph) Albuquerque Ronald Morris Canon City. Col( Vern Malec Chicago, 111. Stephen Matnon Denver, Colo 251 Alice Mavis Albuquerque Larry Mav Carlsbad ' y Pattv Melendez Pecos. N. M. Stanley Miller Albuquerque Earl Moore Buffalo. N. Y. Sophomores Arthur Montova Palm Desert. Calif. Gustavo Moralles Redford. Tex. John Noren Greenlee. Va. Dorothv Ortiz Santa Fe Harold Palmer fevada. Missouri • James Patton Las Cruces Jeffrey Pearce Minneapolis. Minn. Dan Perry Albuquerque Melessia Pior Tatum Billy Piper Cimarron James Prichard Las Cruces Elaipe Priesnite Carlsbad Consuelo Ramirez Santa Fe Glenn Ramsdale El Paso. Tex. Tom Reddin Albuquerque Lois-Ann Richards Animas Karen Richardson Boulder City, Nev. Donald Roberts Clovis - Charles Rogers Flirt Sumner Carlvn Ross Ruidoso James Sachse Farley Eugene Sandoval Espanola Jerry Salome Anthony Sanchez Belen Gilbert Sanchez Belen Ida Saucedo Lordsburg Richard Schulmeister Albuquerque La anna Scott T. or C. • »-. ' m. i pwsotiy— Jf 1 Marie Serrano Espanola ilbur Sitze T. or C. Harlen Smith Carlsbad Melinda Smith Las Cruces Robert Smith Raton Joan Stewart Las Vegas Charles Stillwell Tucumcari Joanna Strode Las Cruces 0 if I - i ' Marcus Stroup Artesia Charles Tharp Las Cruces Don Thoen Amarillo, Tex. Sophomores Nathaniel Thomas Tucson. Ariz. Don Thurman Anthonv 253 Sophomores Ronald Tolman Las Cruces Tony Treat Roswell Thomas Tucker Kingfisher, Okla. Janie Upton Roy Alic e Valentine Las Cruces i.fei Celia Valles La Mesa Sammy Vaskov Las Cruces Joe Walker Roswell Bill Wallace San Antonio, Tex. Dave Watson Tucumcari Mary Lee Watson Anthony William Wheeler Roswell Jimmy ilson Roswell David Windle Hobbs Duell Wood Las Cruces Thomas Wootten Clayton George White Roswell Leta ' hite Roswell Steve Yarbrough Lovington Browning Yelvington Philadelphia Lawson Young Alamogordo James Zumwalt Deming Ricardo Alba Deming 4 i , -- M 1 3f i M ' 1 % M Vm - A Jessie Gilmer Representative Mark White President Alice Denton Vice-President Freshmen Winfield Alme Roswell Hikmat Al Roumi Amarah, Iraq Larry Ancell Lovington Martha Anderson Albuquerque Bonifacio Angola Taos Carolyn Antes Las Cruces F hil Apodaca Las Vegas Ramon Armcndarez Bavard Floyde Adams Las Cruces Charles Alexander Amarillo, Tex. O, .( " f HS " 255 Freshmen Joseph Bechtol Phoenix, Ariz. Edward Beckner Clayton Victor Berroteran Las Cruces Gretchen Bogardus Dell City, Texas 256 Marion Bombach Las Cruces Bernice Bourguet Las Cruces Roosevelt Boyer, Jr. Vado Joan Boyett Los Lunas David Brito Grants Glenda Brooks Las Cruces Paul Brune Enid. Okla. Franklin Brunson Amarillo, Tex. Mary Ann Burke Las Cruces Phyllis Bush Hope Warren Bush Las Cruces Ann Byrd Las Cruces Charles Cadenhead Amarillo, Tex. Geraldine Calhoun Las Cruces James Campbell Brownwood. Tex. Evelyn Atchley Clayton Jerry Baca Belen Paul Bailey El Paso, Tex. James Barfield Ft. Sumner Edwin Barker Santa Fe linimv Campbell Hobbs Roy Carter Las Cruces Chapin. John Lowville, N. Y. Charles Clark Palm Desert. Calif. Don Conner Enid. Okla. Jcihii C;ini|)bell Orlando Camunez Viinbt-r, I ' a. Las Cruces Royce Cassell Jim Caylor Pecos, Texas Hobbs Frank Chaves Nancy Civerolo San Antonio Biology Nancy Clark Las Cruces Richard Cohee Wichita Falls. Tex. Ronald Cooper Carl Covington Hobbs San Antonio.Tex. Rosetta Cowger Las Cruces Jacob " Dub " Cox Cloudcroft Carol Cravin Los Alamos Wesley Dean Strauss Sandra DeBusk Hobbs James Dellinger Clayton Sue Denton Artesia Lydia DeTuro Las Cruces Eddie Devlin Gallup Glenna Dickinsor. Roswell Freshmen Marcia Doak Edwin Donahue Clayton Tarentum, Penna. 257 a V r kmii Ruth Donaldson Robert Dunlap James Eatherlv Athol Evans Jovce Evans Deming aughn Midland. Tex. Belen Belen William Forrest John France Johnnie Franchini Carl Franzoy Jonathan Fredrick Joplin, Mo. Las Cruces .Aztec Hatch Central Point. Ore. Juanita Fleming Las Cruces Freshmen Gary Galbraith Brownwood. Tex. Frank Garcia Belen Karen Gardner Las Cruces Lester Garton Hurley William Gattis Clovis Gary Giesen Cleburne, Tex. Jessie Gilmer El Paso. Tex. Don Gonzales Las Cruces Ronald Gott Albuquerque Larry Grasmick Carlsbad Charlotte Gray Prescott. Ariz. Kay Green Clovis Beverly Gunter Deming Charles Hall Tucson, Ariz. Lowery Hall Lovington Virginia Hamontre Riverside. Calif. i hi nS, fs n 258 Ji hn Hard) neanna Hargis John Harris Poratfllo. Idaho l.asXeiias larmiii ' iton I.arr Harliiiaii Match Ceiir f Hight Tuiumcari IxhIktI Haves Maria Herndon auxhali. . J. Cloudcroft Kddie llincs Carlsbad Carl Hollowell Andrews, Tex. D Mary Hokom Los Anpeles Druella Holemaii Oi illc lloiiey Douglas Holloway Maijamar ;iiiL:hn Henderson. Nev. Mar Ka Holmes Janice Houston Anthony Bavard Barbara Huphes Lubbock, Tex. Richard Jacob! Las Cruces James Jacobson Hyattsville. Md. Elsie Jaratnillo Belen Mary Jernigan Amistad Gwenola Jones Socorro Larry Jones Lovington Jack Jordan Las Cruces Francine Kady Las Cruces Marvin Killgore Aztec Freshmen Kami Kimsey Christine King Helen Marana. Ariz. 259 4 iik Jerry King John Kirkman Jean Knapp Pat Knight Charles Lain Patricia Ann Lara Texico Visalia, Calif. Clovis Carlsbad Albuquerque Mesquite Patricia Leach Lois Leshikar Paul Lister Sandra Little Ronald Logback Albuquerque Deming La Mesa El Paso, Tex. Antonito, Colo. Freshmen Joyce Lowery Lovington Frank Lovelady Los Alamos Nancy Lovelady Acala. Tex. Valroy Maudlin Silver City Craig Mehrens Gallup John Michals Cleveland, Ohio Tyree Minton Lovington Shirley Mitchell Las Cruces Harry Moncravie Gallup Ernesto Montoya Taos Federico Morales Redford. Texas John Morris Gallup Charlev Musslewhite Hobbs John McDonald Waco. Texas Eyvonne McKenley Melrose Judy McKnight Picacho f i r c O A 260 rikik ' ' ik Pendleton McKnight Capitan Thomas Nappier Fort Sumner Patricia Nunez Picacho Elder Olson Las Cruces l ee Peck Carlsbad Jerry McPherson Andrews. Tex. Charles Naul Lovinpton Stanley Nunneley Chandler, Ariz. Jon Panlener Las Cruces Betty Pendleton Animas Vernel McPherson T. or C. Kalhryn Noble Columbus Margaret Olmsted El Paso, Tex. Sharon Parriott Las Cruces William Perret Albuquerque Richard Petlil Eureka. Calif. Edhn Plotner Las Vegas Richard Plutto Rankin, Pa. Catharine Poole Las Cruces John I ' ounder San Antonio. Tex. Billy Powell Grady Ted Queener Grady Barbara Read Cloudcroft Ronald Reeder Santa Fe Darrell Ridley Clevis Freshmen 1 ' Veronica Rigby Freddie Riley Gallup Fort Sumner 261 - o n O IfS ? iLii Lois Ritchie Eddie Robinette Dale Rogers Manuel Rodriguez Joan Ross Aibertita Romero Las Cruces Phoenix. Ariz. Las egas Las Cruces Miami. Ariz. Taos Richard Rupp Mary Louise Sample Roy Sanchez Kenneth Schaaf Pampa. Tex. Las Cruces Taos T. or C. Freshmen Marshall Scott Deming iSaoma Sease Las Cruces Sandra Sease Las Cruces Barbara Seeley Artesia Allan Sepkowitz .Amarillo. Tex. Lavton Severson Twin Falls. Idaho Alice Shaul Las Cruces Nick Shrode Socorro Barbara Sims Hatch Robert Singiser Philadelphia. Pa. Alice Smith Pinon Jul ith Clovis Nan Snow Las Cruces Howard Stallings Fort orth. Tex. illiam Stephenson Sacramento Connie Stevens Burlev, Idaho 262 Kenni ' th Stewart Arlesia John Tallman Fort Sumner George Taylor Clovis Barbara Thompson Las Cruces Maria Torres Demina; Hoyd Strickland Arlesia Don Taylor Portales Sherley Terry Alaniogordo Sydney Thompson Gallup Terry Townsend Lovington Marietta Sultemeier Corona David Taylor Elida Linda Tharp Las Cruces Gary Thurman Nevada, Mo. Felix Trujillo Taos hHkM Jose Trujillo San Cristobal Hi)l li liK kcr Lovington Mary Lee Turner T. or C. Lorena Valdes Las Cruces Lyndae Valentine Clovis Richard Valenzuela Carlsbad Ralph Vance Capitan Douglas Veazey Aniarillo. Tex. Juan Velasquez El Valle Jimmie Vermillion Las Cruces C o. Freshmen Tomas Vigil Neal inson Cundiyo Albuquerque 263 Jean Williams Lovington Barbara Witte Alamogordo George Wolfe Magdalena Don Wright Jal Alta Avon Yoakum Hobbs J. W. Witt Amarillo, Tex. Jack White Rene on Jimmy Wolfe Magdalena Donald Yannessa Aliquippa, Pa. Teresa Waid Las Cruces Eugene Walker Pecos, Tex. . ' Sir George Walker Pocatello, Idaho Scott Walker Portales Helen Walrath Albuquerque Bob Weaver Hobbs Harlan Webb Hobbs Troy West Cloudcroft Linda Wickstrom Carlsbad Sharon Widner Melrose £ i Freshmen Richard Wiggs Jimmy Williams Las Cruces Lordsburg 264 ADVERTISIN Zhe Mf lc cj OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY l oui Iniendlif O ice Suppln Stone Hi-Fi Records Radios Pianos DIETZEN ENGINEERING SUPPLIES ALL MAKES PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS TYPEWRITER REPAIR Ph. Jo. 66731 206 Soufh Main Las Cruces, N. M. Phone Ja-6-2426 We Qiue S H Qneen Stampii 316 North Main Lot Cruc« Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of ' 59 Valley Insurance Agency L. E. Freudenthal VALLEY LOAN and FINANCE CO. Mosonic Temple Building Phone JA 6-9241 " It ' s easy to pay OUR Finance W ' aii " Las Cruces Phone JA 6-5731 P.O. 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Here, you II find offered all the services you need to help you transact your daily financial business. The FIRST NATIONAL is a foward-looking bank, too. . ever alert to ways to serve you better. So — for friendly banking in even way moke the FIRST NATIONAL RANK your bonk center. We re looking forward to your visit. MEMBER FDIC SINCE 1905 SI irst ational ank OF LAS CRUCES CENTRAL SQUARE CAFE for the best in Mexican Food Italian Food Pizza 107 E. Mountain Avenue Jack D. Malone Pnopnieton MALONE DRUG Complete Prescription and Fountain Service Phone JA 6-2581 555 North Main Las Cruces 282 U«: J ies Uistinctive L ippare f 1 F LAS CRUCES, N. MEX. Popular Dry Goods Company 139 North Moin Street Las Cruces ' Most Progressive Deparfment Store Las Cruces 283 IKARD NEWSOM Butane Propane Gas Appliances Serving Southern New Mexico Anthony — Las Cruces — Deming T or C Hatch The Paper Mill Engineering Art School Supplies ' Tour most interesting place to shop! 1 32 W. Las Cruces Ave. Las Cruces MUTUAL BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LAS CRUCES Loans for all purposes Including Additions, Repairs, New Construction, and Purchasing Real Estate We also solicit savings accounts and pay liberal dividends. All Savings Accounts Insured Up To $10,000. 284 GOOD LUCK AGGIES serving X ltK£Nmm1tOUfiH PHOTO INDEX Ahaskin. Helen 124.132,154,241 Ali.rnalliy. C. H. 219 Adams. Don 4 ),135 Ailams. Jack 135 danis. Flovde 255 Adee, Bob ' 1%,197.241 Adif. Johnann 27.42.101.112 Ak.ns. Billie 46 Aktr. Iarlin 214. 216 Alha. Ricardo 254 Alt-nander. Bvron .36.111, 208 Alexander. Cliarles D. 208.255 Alford. Rusroe 215.241 Alnie. Winfield 69.255 Al Riiumi. Hikniat 255 Alsup. Jackie 36 Aniburgey. Flovd 248 Anaya. Gabe 22.23,42.125,137 Ancell. Larry 255 Ander ion, Doc 148 Anderson, Donald 42.204 Anderson. James 248 Anderson. Martha 133,227,255 Angola, Bonifacio 255 Antes, Carolyn 140,193,255 Apodaca, Alicia 36 Apodaca, Mary Helen 42 Apodaca, Phil 255 -Archer. Nancy Jo 141 Archuleta, Clarence 212 Armendares, Ramon 255 .Arciniega, Tom 80 .Armstrong, Woodie 46.216 Arnold. Eileen 27.193,201,248 -Arnold. Patricia 248 Ar iso. Ted 198 Aschbacher. Leon 241 Askew, Presley, Jr. 127,170,177, 233 Atchlcy. Evelyn 256 Atkins, Pervis 167,184 Ayers, Gordon 137 Baca, Benjamin 46 Baca, Edward 32 Baca, Ernesto 46 Baca, Jerry 256 Back, Gilbert 212 Bacon, Robert 193,207,24« Baglev. Pat 26.27.100,113 Bailv. Fred 108 Bailev. Paul 256 liaird, Roberta 26,27.141.193, 240 Barbee, Charles 148.24S Barficld, James 256 Barker, Edwin 256 Barnes, Carl 32,102.202 Harr. William 142.240 Bas(|uez (Lieutenant) 74.195 Bass. Rita 2.33 Beach. Glenda 133,256 Beagles, Virgil 256 Beat, James 46 Bean, Benjamin 108 Beasley, jack 46 Beauchamp, Ann 146 Bechtol, Joseph 256 Beckner, Edward 2.56 Beers, Hank 46.111.125.142 Begay, Marshall 248 Belding, Vance 47 Bell, George 248 Bell. Art 142 Hell. Richard 129 Hell. D.m 102.184 n.-lla. Charlotte 248 Bellais. William F. 23.107 Benavidez. Amelia 248 Benson. William 248 Berlemann. Richard 103 Berroleran. Virlor 256 Herrv. Bob 1.38.240 Bianchi. Yolanda 248 Biekel. James 47.93.102,110,1.59, 165,166,185.217 Billing. David 240 Bingle. Phillip 69 Binns, Glenn 47,134 Hissav, Frank 2.56 lUaekmon, -Sue 141,193,240 Blackw.-ll, Bertram 36,80,81,145 Bogardus, Gretehi ' n 146,2,56 Holding, Vance 216 Homliach, Marion 146,256 Bonds, Jerry 240 Bonev, Roberta 26,27,42,147,211 Bonine, Dick 196 Borrego, Virginia 206 Bourguet, Berniee 193,256 Boushelle. Paul 138 Bowen, Lee 170,173 Hoyer, Euslaoi 249 Hover, Roosevelt, Jr. 256 Hovi ' tt. Joan 2,56 Boyland, (;.-orgia 32,147 Bradham, William 47 Brasfield, Tom 138 Brashears, Curtis 237,249 Braum. Becky 193 Brewer, Cynthia 249 Hrito, David 256 Brooks, Emmit 144 Brooks, Glenda 256 Brooks, Jack 187 Brooms, Don 128 Brown, Delnias 47 Brown, John 145 Brume, Paul 136,256 Brunson, Franklin 256 Huckner, Jan 133 Bullard, Dillard 138 Bumpers, Mary 36 Burke, Francis 137,202.237 Hurke. Marv Ann 118.146,256 Burks, Nancy 28.36.73.96,141 Burleson. Dale 79,80 Bush, Pbvilis 236.256 Bush. Warren 256 Bushmaier. Darrell 102,187 Butterfield, Edward 47 Byers, Johnnv 142.154.241 Byrd. Ann 2.56 Cadenhead. Charles 163,256 Cadv, Roger 241 Caldarelli, David 1.39.249 Calderon. Mel .36 Calhoun. Geraldine 256 Callahan. Dale 213 Callahan. Johnny 47 Calvani. Jerry 249 Camhoa. Ed 139 Campbell. James 256 Campbell. Jinuny 165,257 Campbell, John 2.57 Campbell, Samuel 47,80,81,144, 145 Campredon, Phillip 126 Camunez. Orlando 257 Candelaria, Luz .36 Caple. Richard 125 Card. Lewis 213 Card. Tom 220 Carlson. Warren 1.39 Carter. Rov 257 Carllidge, Sue 42 Cartilidge, Don 2tl Casa. Dn llev 204 Casado-. Benito 42,151,2.33 Cassrll. Rovce lf.2.257 Catanach. H.dpb 241 Catanese, William 77 Gates, Richard 249 Caudle, William 208,241 Caviness. Walter 125.130.154. 2.37.241 Caylor. Jim 2.57 CaNwood. Phvlli- 27.201.219 Cernv. Hob 161,166.241 Chand»rs, Charles 241 Chandler, Nolan 145 ( hapin, John 1.36 (Chapman, Don 241 (;liaulk, Lawrence 241 Chaves, Frank 257 Chavin. John 257 Cheves. Lee 137,241 Chilton, Lvnn .32.196,197,202,212 Chittiek, Joan 241 Christy, Leverne 249 Christy, Mary Beth 206 Civerolo, Nancy 257 Claghorn, Chester 4«,214,216 Claghorn, Tina 206 Clark, Hill 149 Clark, Charles 2.57 Clark. Ira 102 Clark. James 211 Clark. J. W. 213 Clark. Nancv 170,173,193,257 Clark, William 241 Clements, Joe 192 Clive, James 249 Clynier, Roy 170,177,241 Cobb, Isabel 137 Cohee, Richard 257 Cole, Ann 249 Cole, J. B. 213 Cole. Loudell 42.100 Coleman, Catherine 249 Coleman, Donald 4«.213,215 Collett, .Sybil 68 Conklin, Paul 192 Conner, Carlton 151,194.242 Conner, Don 1.36.2.57 Conk. Carolyn 141 Cooi)er. Bobby 249 Cooper. Billie 198 Cooper. Jack 25.128.242 Cooper. Ronald 2.57 Cordova. Richard 139.242 Corley. Bernard 23.102.112,202, 237 Costa, Paul 42,130,204 Costigan, Jim 128 Courtney, Valicia 140.249 Covingt(m. Carl 126.163.257 ( ' owan. Paul 137 Cowger. Rosetta 257 Cox, Dick 249 Cox. Jacob 237.257 Cox, Kathrvn 107.147.242 Cox, Ord 186 Cox, .Sara 147.2.36.249 Coxen. Robert 217 Grain. Jim 148.241 Cragg. Tom 114 Crane. John 108 Crane. Robert 151,241 Cravin, Carol 257 Crausnick, Judy 193 Creed, Joe 48,218 Crocker, .Sandy 129,140 Cross, I Airman First Classi 74 Crous.-, Larrv 22,23,103,142,242 Grume, Tom 1.30.249 Cumsli-n. Peggy 27.133 Ciinieo. Ji.bnnv 220 Cwieka. Hank 125.138 !urran. Norman 32 Curtis. Conny 129 I )alil. Eugene 204 l)..niels. Fred 48.76.102 Darnll. Jim 207 Darrow. Estelle 237 Davidson. Gene 242 Davila. Robert 204 Davis. Allan 48.215 Davi . Billy 249 Davis, Bilvc 42 Davis. Jim 170.177 Davis. Nell 249 Davison. Edward 215 Dean, Wesley 1.36.2.57 Davison, Tim 217 DeBusk, Jerrv 135.249 DeBusk. .-Sandra 140.1.54.2.57 Dc Joste, Jerry 128,249 Dellinger, James 2.57 DeMoulin. Donald 249 Denton. Sue 146.256.257 Derkson. Daxe 149.242 DeTuro. I.vdia 2.57 Devlin, Eddie 2.57 DeVore, Joanne 32 Diaz, Josue 48 Dickernian, Donnic 203 Dickerson, Victoria 249 Dickinson, Glenna 146.227.257 Dinwiddle. Billv 198.242 Dinwiddle. Chuck 242 Dinwiddle. Gail 242 Doak. Marcia 146.227.257 Dodson. .Master Sergeant i 74 Donahue. Edwin 162.257 Donaldson. Bvron 242 Donaldson. Ruth 2.58 Dougherty. Jerrv 77,128.154.194. 220 Dougbertv. Jim 128 Douglas. Betty Rose 233 Douglas. Leonard 23.3 Dreiine. H. E. 237 Dresbaek. D.m 126 Dribelrli. Norman 48 Duenas. Vernon .36.76 Dunlgan. Pat 198.2.36.242 Dunlap. Robert 2.58 Ditrbin, Harold 211 Dutchoven, Jerry 32 East, Dean 48.213,220 Eatherly. James 162,2,58 Economides, John 211 Edmondson, Sam 128,249 Elegante, Fred 76,194 Engle. Jo 43 Esquibil. Johnnv 187.189 Evans. Athol 258 Evans. Dan 69.207 Evans. Joyce 258 Fancher. Jerry 129 Far(|uer. .Al 49 Felix. Ernest 138.242 Ferguson. Dave 149.242 Ferran, Robert 49.187.189 Ferris. Charles 108.250 Ferris. Melvin 130 Ferrv. Pat 217 . Fields. Fred 145.219 Field. Roberta 193 Fisher. Lauri ' nce 215.2.50 Fitzgerald. Donnlv 27.226 FIske. Bill 149.2.50 Fleming. Juanlla 146.258 Fleming. William 217,2.50 Flint. Eloise 242 Flores. Ruben 49 Forehand. HetsV 2,3.25.12LI 1 1. 233.236.2.50 Forrest. William 1.36.2.58 Forrester. Donald 49.142 F.irt. IVnnv 27.121.201.225.226, 227,250 Foster, Don 22.43.73.103.114.130 France. John 119.181.2.58 Franchinl. Johnnie 258 Franzev. Carl 187.2.58 Fredrick. Charbs .36.73.92.127 Fredrick. Jonathan U9.258 Frieband. Neil 138 Fulghuiu. Lvnda 250 285 Gaines, Clarence 105,130 Cailerf, Bob 167 Gallerailh, Gary 136.258 Gallaclier. Anne 43.111.124.146 Gallegos, Carlos 37 Ganiboa, Edward 49 Gamboa, Ella 137 Gammill. Buloh 145 Garcia, Frank 258 Gardner. Karen 69.258 Gartler. Bob 49 _ Garlon. Lester 258 Garvin. Edward 49 Gallis. William 258 Gaza. Shirley 233 Geblhaar. Heinz 103.242 Gentry, Darrell 43.114.233 Gresen, Gary 187.189,258 Gilbert. Harvey 49 Gilbert. Margaret 133 Gillbam. Bill 102 Gilmer. Jessie 25.146.256.258 Glardon. Leroy 242 Glaso. Christina Glover. Charles 130.237.250 Godby. William 50.102.215.220 Goldsmith, Martin 139 Gomez, . ngel 130 Gomez, Gus 207 Gomez. Louis 50 Gonzalez. Betty Jean 71.193.242 Gonzales. Don 126.258 Gonzalez. Navora 242 Gonzalez, Salvador 242 Gose. David 50.145 Gose, Ellanor 250 Gott. Ronald 151,258 Gragg, Tom 37 Graham. Marilyn 206 Grandi. Charlotte 23.37 Grasmick. Larry 144,258 Gray. Charlotte 227.236.237,258 Gray. .Nancy 141.193,201,250 Gray, Ocie 145 Green, Jerry 196 Green. Kav 258 Green. Ka ' thy 100 Gregory, Eddie 33 Greenside. Dwayne 215 Gregory. Joe 102.202.209.212.237 Grimes, Margie 27,141,242 Crissom. Charles 144 Gromatzky. Colin 108 Guck. James 250 Guck, Mick 129 Gum. Neil 128.212.237.243 Gunter. Beverly 146.154.258 Gunter. Velma 27 Gurtler. Bob 218 Guthrie. Kenneth 25.70.128.192. 248.250 Gutierrez, Carlos 243 Haberl, John 50 Hager, Barry 80 Haley. Sue 147.250 Hall, Carl 198 Hall, Charlie 108.258 Hall. Lowery 258 Hamilton, Henry 243 Hammer. Charles 50 Hammons, Carl 50 Hamontre, Virginia 140J218J258 Handschy. Suzanne 243 Harding. James 33.237 Hardman. Brittain 23.37,81,107, 111.135 Hardy. John 259 Hargis. Deanna 259 Harkev. Sport 145 Harris, John 2,S9 Harris, Larry 185 Harrison, Eula 206 Harrison, Harry 43,233 Hart, Bobbie 43,101,111 Hartgraves. Rex 196.250 Hartinan. Larry 259 Hautamaki. Richard 108,243 Hawkins, Vernon 151,243 Hayes. Robert 259 Haynes, Kenneth 243 Havnes, Stanley 211 Healy, Tim 139.250 Heckman. Fred 1% Hedrick. Ann 141.250 Hemarick. Lynn 186 Helm. -Mike ' 127 Heltman. Celia 43 Hemler. Taylor 196,204 Hendrix, Bvron 143,243 Henderson, Richard 208 Hermes, (Captain! 74,193.231 Herbstritt. Roger 215 Hernandes. Art 37.211 Hinton. Herman 23.134 Herndon. .Maria Kay 146,259 Hight. George 259 Hill. Brvan " 108 Hindi. Badria 250 Hines. Eddie 259 Hinton. Herman 243 Hitte. Barbara 132 Hix. Marion 243 Hodges. Bryan 50.214,218 Hodgin, Charles 243 Hoggard. Calvin 243 Hokom. Mary 259 Holcoml). Eugenia 133,226 Holcomb. William 51,213.218 Holdman, Davis 125,145 Holeman. Druella 259 Hollev. Orville 259 Hollowav. Douglas 136.259 Hollovyeil. Carl 163.259 Hoi man. Dick 85 Holmes, Gerald 243 Holmes, Marv Kav 104.146.259 Holmes. . ed 128 Holt. John 127 Hopkins. Paul 243 Hopkins, Terry 211 Houston. Janice 259 Howard. Carl G. 204 Howe. Elizabeth 243 Howell. Don 143 Howell. Don 243 Howell, Roberta 132,248,250 Hudson. Don 143.250 Huffman. Belle 193.226,243 Hughes, Barbara 133.226,259 Huahes. Joe 69.134.243 Hunnicutt. Bill 102 Hughes. Peggy 26,27.124,132, 154.243 Hughes. Tom 80.81,102,142.231 Hust. Clarence 243 Humphries, Gene 197 Isler, Richard 51 Ivey, Dan 127.250 Jacobi. Helen 250 Jacobi, Richard 259 Jacobi, Robert 51 Jacobs, Don 128 Jacobs, Gene 128.250 Jacobs, Kent 103.243 Jacobson. Jake 108.149.259 Jaraniillo. Elsie 259 Jarud. Ali 244 Jennings. Don 25.51.102.113.21.3. 214.216 Jennings. Samuel 108 Jemigan. Man 146,259 Joe, Thomas 212 Johnson, . nita 43 Johnson, Alfred 198 Johnson, Charles 161,167,244 Johnson. Daisy 251 Johnson. Jack ' 51.134.214.215, 216 Johnson. Joan 100 Johnson, Johnnie 251 Jones. Bob 66.108.136.192 Jones, Carl 23.102.126.128.220 Jones. Gwenola 259 Jones. John 103.125.128,213 Jones, Larry 259 Jones. Kinder 207 Jones. NL B. 212 7 Jones, Tex 207 Jones, Wyche 251 Jordan, George 233 Jordan, Jack 259 joy. Jo Anne 71.141.251 Juarez. Antonio 148.244 Kady. Francine 68.105.193,259 Keller. Robert 194.195 Kellev. Louis 162.166.187.244 Kelly. Bobby 170.177,251 Kelly. Joseph 37.159,160.166.170, 173.211 Kennedy. Marv Jane 22.140,251 Kerr. John 130.219 Kersting. Bill 223.231 Keyes. Conrad 80.81.220 Kill sore. Marvin 259 Killmer. Don 244 Kimsev. Karol 226.227,259 Kinard. J. P. 212,219 King. Christine 259 King. Dan 108.151.207,251 Kins. Jerry 260 King. Larry 108 King. Ronald 43.76,204 King. William 251 Kingsbury. Don 244 Kirkman. John 260 Klaught. Charles 80.207 Klopfer. Carter 203.212 Klopfer. Paul 211.244 Knapp. Jean 260 Knight. Pat 260 Knighton. George 102,189,211 Konilzer. Eugene 51 Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. 235 Laabs. Quinton 37 Ladwig. . rnold 251 Lain. Charles 260 Lam. Foo 213 Lamb i Captain I 74.194 Landin. Benito 161.166.244 Landrum. Jerry 145 Lane. Jim 138 Lang. Bert 145 Lane. Charley 143 Lara. Patricia Ann 260 Larson, Parry 33.203 Layendecker. . lbert 208 Lawry, Joanne 251 Leach, Patricia 260 Learned, .Maurcena 192 Learned, Sam 23.80.142.218.244 Legg. Dwane 244 Leisher. William 217 Lemmon. Richard 103,142,244 Leonard. Donald 251 Leshikar. Lois 260 Lewis, . ubrey 43,233 Legendecker. . lbert 244 Levendecker. Dean 204 Ligocky. Charles 202.244 Lisockv. Sylvia 251 Lindsay. Jon 51.76.220.231 Lindsay. Tonita 244 Lister. Paul 136.260 Litka, Roger 108 Little, Sandra 146,260 Littrel, Forrest 129 Lizer, Katherine 43,101,132 Lizer. Marcia 251 Locklin, Billy Ray 160,161,167, 244 Logback, Ronald 102,165,260 Lopez. Lydia 251 Lopez. Rafael 251 Lovelady. Nancy 260 Lovegrove. Sara 226 Lovelady. Frank 134 Lovitt, Virgil 244 Lowery, Joyce 260 Lucero. Donald 251 Lucero, Luis 52,149 Lucero. Rosalee 44 Lucke. Melvin 244 Ludwig, Dick 142 Ludwig, Ernest 244 Luna, Luis 204.212 LaTurner. Mike 185 Lvdick. Sylvia 192 Lujan, Marilyn 68 Magg, Joyce 25.27,44,147 -Mahoney, Larrv 143,245 Major, jo Ann 89.141.193.245 Malec. Vern 139.251 Slalone. Victor 245 Mamu. Mohammed 52 Mancini. Clem 126 Marquez. Ruben 44.138 Marr. Gerald 198.204.245 Martin, Edwin 37 Martin. John 52 -Martin. .Mabel 245 Martinez. Cecilio 204,212 Martinez, Jerry 220 Martinez, Manny 131 Martinez. Renato 52.213 20 Mastrangelo, Vincent 125.148, 245 .Mathews, Milton 102.126,217, 245 Matlock, Norman 128 Matnon. Stephen 251 Matthews. Niel 52 Maudlin. Valroy 260 Mauldin. G. L. 44.103.114,131 Maulsbv. Richard 196 Mauro. Phyllis 132,201 Mavis. Alice 252 May. Larry 252 Mazac. Kathv 206 Medina. Kyle 131.219 Mehrens. Craig 108.260 -Melder. George 245 Melendez. . mos -37.131.233 Melendez. Pattv 168.201.226,252 Melton. B. A. 237 .Mendosa. .Mike 184 Merino. Revnaldo 245 Merritt. Paul 23.52.103.111.135, 214,216 Michals, John 260 Michaels. Gene 143 Milam, Kit 140 Milam, .Mike 66.207 Miller. Emmett 52 Miller. Phillip 108.233 Miller. Raymond 142.245 -Miller. Stanley 143.252 Minton. Tyree 260 Mitchell. Edward 108 Mitchell. Lindell 69.192 Mitchell. Shirley 133.193,260 Mittag. Billy 37 Minzenmaver. Bill 198.209 Mixon. Larrv 53.113.213.214.216 Moar. Babs 245 .Mobley, Tom 25.103.125,130,154, 202 37 Moncravie, Harry 136,260 .Montez. Richard 245 Montoya. Arthur 187,189,252 -Montoya, Earl 80 I 286 Monloya, Ernesto 260 Monloya, Richard 126.177 11 Montoya, Ruman 53.218 Moore. Art 145 Moore. Earl 252 Moore. Eva Lou 44.211.230 .Moore. Lonnie 44.128.233 Morales. Federico 260 Morales, Gustavo 219.2.52 Morris. Jolm 136.260 Morris. Melvin 125.149.245 Morris. Neal 38 Morris. Ronald 251 Morrow. Thomas 44 .Morton. Ed 184 Mulholland, George 161,166,167, 245 Mulliiian. Paul 138 Mulloy. Fred 218 Munoz. Josefa 132.251 Murphy.. Michael 143.251 Musslewhite. Charlev 260 Mvers, Helen 27.147 McCasland, Billv 196,242 .McClearv, Larrv 251 McConald, Martha 242 .McCoy, Charles 22,23.38,103, 111,131 McDill, Bill 208 -McDonald. David 38 McDonald. John 260 .McDonald. Mickey 141 McGahen. Paul 53.136 Mclntvre. Carol 226 McKenlev, Evvonne 140,260 .McKnight. Judv 260 McKnight, Pendleton 164,261 McNatt. Richard 251 McNiel. Jackie 27.147 McNeiland. Bill 144.242 McPherson. Jerry 163.261 McPherson, Vernal 261 .Nappier, Thomas 261 Naranjo. Enriques 37 Naul, Charles 261 Neprea, Sam 44,80,159,163 Nelson, Les 70,139 .Nelson, Walter 145 Newman. Jack 25,28,53 Nichols, Dale 128 .Nicholson, Grady .53,102 Nistas, Leo 233 Noble. Kathrvn 133,261 Noel. Martha 146 Noren, John 151.252 Noreles, Kaye 91,117 Norris, J. J. 196 Norris, Bob 207 Nugent. James 77.128 Nunez, Andy 198.209 Nunez. Patricia 261 Nunneley, Stanley 261 O ' Brien, John 128 Ocando. Alfredo 196 Okamura. Stanley 53 Oliver, Jimmy 170,177 Olmsted, Peggy 107,146.261 Olson. Elder 261 Ortiz, Dorothy 124,132,252 Ostrander, Clyde 197,202,204 Otteson. Jon 137.208 Pair. John 23,33,113,145,1%,202 Palmer, Harold 108.252 Panlener. Jon 151,261 Pappas, Dean 76 Paradee, Larry 103,125,130,154 Parks. Stanley 170.177 Parmalee, James 33 Parmalee. Kenny 196.197 Parriott, Sharon 104,146,261 Parsons, Charles 215,245 Patterson. Jearl 53.218 l ' atler on. Rclnrt 186,245 Patterson, odene 245 Patton. James 128.248,252 Paul, Bob 187.189 Paxtim, Ann .38.101.1.32 Peake. James 208.245 Pearce. Jeffrey 142,252 Peck. Lee 261 Pendleton. Betty 261 Perkins, Tech. Sgt. 74 Perret. William 261 Perry, Dale 211 Perry, Dan 22,23,150 Perry. Don 252 Perry. Ronald 245 Person. Ronald 53,215 Peterson, Janet 44 Peterson. Tech. Sgt. 74 Pi ' tles. Charles 185 Pettit. Richard 261 Pierce. John 245 Pilcher, James 53.80. 81, 136 Pior, Melissia 201.252 Piper. Bill 131,252 Plaster, Dickie 54 Please. Bob 69 Plotner. Edlvn 261 PlumUe. Hubert 215 Plutto. Richard 164.261 Poeter. Diana 147 Poeter, Robert 129 Pointer. Donald 108 Poling. Gerald 54.213,214,216 Poole, Catharine 261 Porter. Melvin 245 Pounder. John 163,261 Powell. Billy 261 Prentiss. Charles 237 Price. Billy Joe 170,173 Price. George 126 Prirhard. James 252 Priesnitz. Elaine 24.141.226.252 Provencio. Rudy 213.215.220,246 Pruitt. John Ray 74.76.194,231 Pugliese. Frank 125,143,154,246 Queener, Ted 261 Ouesenberry, Joseph 216 Quillin. RiJhard 150 Ouinlan, Patrick 54 Quintana, Elias 54 Quirk. Jack 129 Rail. Louisa 45 Ramirez. Consuelo 252 Ramos, Henry 54 Ramsdale, GU ' nn 252 Randall. Frank 129.187.189 Randall. Palmer 143.220,246 Randel. Charles 211 Ran.-y, John 22.23,54,134 Ranson. E. G. 219 Rav. Harry 54,218 Ravroux, jean 25,124,147,154, 192.246 Read. Barbara 261 Read. Jean 146 Reddin. Tom 230.252 Ruder. Ronald 261 Reid. John 38 Reyes. Ernie 151 Reves. Raul 246 R.vn.ilds. Dean 145.202 Hevnobls. Merle .38,192 Reynolds. Mvrl 33 Reynolds, Williams 54,128,203, 219 Rhodes. Donna 107 Rich. Harold 80 Richards. Charles 131.2,37 Richards. Lois Ann 252 Richardson, Anna Mae 206 Richardson, Karen 226,2.36,252 Richardson, William 55 Richie, Lois 193 Ridley, Darrell 261 Ridgeway, Harley 207 Rigby, Veronica 261 Riley, Bob 126 Riley, Freddie 261 Ritchie, Lois 140.262 Rivera, Bertha 23,38,236 Rivera, Levi 131 Rivera. Luther 219 Roberts, Donald 1,50.2.52 Robeson, Eva 27,38,101.114 Robinet, Norman 55 Robison, Gerald 170,177 Robinette, Eddie 262 Rodriguez, Manuel 262 Rodriquez. Marie 44 Roderer. Gordon 68 Rogers. Charles 151,253 Rogers, Dale 262 Romero. .Mbertita 262 Romero. Patrick 246 Romero, Rita 246 Ronaldi, Tom 187 Ross, Carlyn 140.2.53 Ross, Joan 133,262 Roundev. Sandra 25,124,141,19.3, 208.246 Rucker. Frank 145 Rupp. Richard 262 Sabre. Randy 25,128,246 Sachse, James 134,154,253 Sagerty, Tim 127 Salas, Rolando 45 Salazar, Margaret 45 .Salome, Jerry 253 Sample, Mary Louise 262 Sanchez. Anthony 212.2,53 Sanchez, Fidel 246 Sanchez, Gilbert 2.53 .Sanchez, Mike 55 Sanchez, Ray 262 Sanchez, Vicente 38 Sanders. Gerald 192 .Sanders. Robert 237 . andlin. Bryce 211 .Sandoval. Eugene 253 Saucedo. Ida 27,1.33,226.227.253 .Schaaf. Kenneth 262 Schmidt. Harold 38 .Schnider. Billie 141.193 .Schulmeister. Richard 209,2,53 Scott. Arthur 220.246 Scott. Belle 262 .Scolt, LaWanna 201.226.253 Scott. Marshall 262 Scott. Randolph 5.5.216,218 Scott. Walter 108.246 Scott, Pete 142 Sears, Art 196,246 Sease, Naoma 262 .Sease, Sandra 140.193,262 -Seeley. Barbara 22.140.262 .Seclev. Robert 134.246 .Sepkowitz. Allan 165,262 Serrano, Marie 253 Serlin. Robert 55 .Severson. Lavton 262 Shaul. Alice ' 27.106.262 Shelley. Vernon 129 Sheng. H. P. 218 Shcpan. Don 39.134 Shepard, Harold 150,24 . .Sherburne. Eleanor 192 Sherburne. Russell 192 Shires. L. B. 218 Shook. Amy 192 Shook. Otis ,39 Slirode. Nick 68.108.262 .• immons. Jerry 45.111 Sims, Barbara 119,262 Sims, Betty 196,197 Sims, Monte 69 Silze. Wilbur 108,2.53 Singiscr. Robert 262 Skaggs. Jean 23,25,28,39.101. 114,124,141 Skaggs, Leon 233 Sly, James 207.24 Small, Lynn ,39,10.3.12.5.127.154 Smallwood. David 207 Smith, .■Mice 262 Smith, Buck 45,204 Smith, Gary 55 Smith, Harlen 144,253 Smith, Julia 262 Smith, Leonard 185 Smith. Melinda 253 .Smith. Phil 1 96 Smith, Robert 253 Smith. Samuel 55.142.220 Smith. V. E. 196 Snow. Nan 69,140,262 Sowell, Tom 23,127 Sparkman, .Major 74 Spence. Bernarr 129.131.187, 189,209 Spence, George 203.237 .Sperl. James 69.192 Sperr -. Donald 55.80.81.216.218 Spern ' . Paul 208 Spruiell. Odell 233 Spruell. Rov 208 Staffeldt. Gene 148 Slacv. Harold 185 Slallings. Howard 164,262 Stainfield. Bob 215 Stanley. Pat 151 Slaplcton. Don 129 Steinbaugh. Bob 90.112.143,214, 216.222 Steinman. Charles 55,143 Stephens. Joan 45 Stephenson. Henrv ' 246 Stephenson. William 262 Stevens. Ann 196,198 Stevens, Connie 27.133.262 Stewart. Homer 45.196.197 Stewart, Joan 2.53 Stewart. John 202 Stewart. Kenneth 263 Stewart. Pete 202.204 Stewart, Walter 216 Stiles, Ruth 129 Slillwell, Charles 192.2.53 Stinebaugh. Robert 56.213 Stone. Geraldine 22,23,26,27,193 208,246 Strickland. Floyd 162.263 Strode. Joanna 253 Stromberg, Jon 125.135.246 Stroup. Mark 23.127.253 Stuart. Henry 246 Stuckv. John 127.218 Sue. Bob 139 Sue, Lorraine 206 Sultemeicr. .Marietta 263 Sutherland. Karen 69.192 Swanson. Edna 206 Swanson. Richard 192 Sweatt. Richard ,56 Swedberg, James 39,131 Szaley, Jerry 126 Tallman. John 263 Tankersley, Earl 185 Tavlor. A. C. 14-J Taylor. David 263 Tavlor. Don 126.263 Taylor. Gene 14-1 Tavlor. George 263 Tavlor. Richard 33.74.103,202 Tematt. Jim 108 Terrv, Sherley 263 Tharp. Charles 237,253 287 Tliarp. l.inda 263 Tliaklier, Maxine 201 Thimsen. Donald 56.102.216 Tliiiipen. Don 185 Thoen. Don 253 Tlionias. Hank 129 Thomas. Joe 196 Tlmnia . Nathaniel 148.253 Iluiniasnia. Sandy 140.226 Thompson. Barbara 140.263 Thompson. Susan 23.94.147.168. 247 Thompson. Svdnev 227.263 Tliornlon. Bill 131 Thornton. Jim 203.2i3.219.237 Thurrnan. Don 134.253 Tluniiian. Garv 263 Tiiiner. George 131.201.202.204 Tinner. James 131 Tilley. Helen 247 Timnions. Havs 247 Tinslev. Ron 151.246 Tolenian. Ron 108.254 Tolmie. Don 25.56.103.112.134. 215 Torbert. Ronald 125,143.154.247 Torres. Else 226 Torres. Maria 263 Townsrnd, Terry 263 Tovami. Jim 138 Treat. Tonv 25.127.209.248.254 Triplelt. Elijah 56.214.216 Truiillo. Felix 263 Trujillo. Jose 263 Truiillo. Margarito 45 Tucker. Bobby 263 1 ucker. Thomas 143.254 Turner. Marv Lee 263 Tuti.n. Carroll 247 Tuton, Johnnie 206 Uarbro, Eugene 247 Upton, Janie 254 I ' srey. Wayne 56 I ' ttlev. Howard 45.137 Vail. Harrv 127 Valdes. Lorena 263 Valentine. Alice 24,124,147,193. 201.230.254 Valentine. Lyndae 263 Valenzuela. Rirhard 263 Valerio. Joe 127 Valles. Celia 254 Vance. Ralph 102.129.163,263 Van Eton, Gertrude 192.233 VanZandt. Doug 139.247 Vaskov, Sammy 22.23.134.254 Veazev. Douglas 164.166.263 Vaughn, Mary 268 Velasquez. Juan 263 Vermillion. Jimmie 140.263 Vetter. Connie 23.89,168,193, 231,247 Vigil. Laura 26.27,45,112,132 Vigil, Tomas 263 Villanueva. Dannv 161.247 Villareal. Bob 23.130 Villareal, Steve 131 Vinson, Neal 263 VIosich, Barbara 206 Vlosich, Rich 187 Wachtler. William 56,139 Wade. Vernon 25,39,105,125,127 Walker. Don 129 Walker. Eugene 162 Walker. Joe 139.254 Walker. George 136 Wall, Oleta 25,140,247 Wallace. Bill 254 Walreth. Edwin 39 Walter. Willard L. 74 Walton. Mike 108 Ward. James 39,150.208 Warrick. Stuart 56.214 Washburn, Terry 187 Watkins, W. E. 202.230 Watson. Alvin 127 Watson, Charles 39 Watson, Dave 254 Watson. Marv Lee 146.209.254 Weiler. Pat 104.233 Welch. Gerald 59.134 Wells. William .33. 198 Welsh, Ann 236 Whalin. Ronald 59.103.111.213 Wheeler, Bill 125.137.254 Whigham. Mrs. Charles 206 White. Gene 247 White. George 254 White. Leta 27.120,201,206.225. 254 White. Mark 25.131,230.256 Wholt. Paul 207 Wickstrom, Jerrv 143.247 Wickstrom. Linda 226.227 Widner. Gay 25.147.168 Widner. George 45 Widner, Neville 39 Wiggs. Jim 127 WiFcox, Paul 204 Willemsen. Keith 247 Williams, Barbara 23 Williams, Boyce 202 Williams. Jean 133 V illiams. Jim 165 Williams. Joanna 24,39,101,112. 124.141 Williams, .Mollv 124.147.247 Wilson. Jim 127.254 Wilt. John 126 Windle. David 254 Wise. Dovle 218 Witt. J. D. 160.166.167 Witte. Jay 59.12.5.1.36 Witte. Barbara 227 Wood. Donald 204 Wood. Duell 254 Woodburs-. Cor - 127 Woods. Richard 247 Woodwell, Noel 151,247 ooff. Edward 143,247 Wooten, Bettv 206 Wootten. Bill ' 28.127 Wootten. Tom 127.254 Worrick. James 160,166,167,247 Wright, Robert 33 anessa, Don 164 Yarbro, Eugene 211 Yarbrough, James 197.203,247 Yarbrough, Steve 254 Yates. (Staff Sergeant 74 elvington. Browning 165,254 Yoakum. Avon 226,227 York. Anna Lee 247 Young. Jess 213 oung, John 59 oung, Lawson 254 Zecca, Guido 59,125,148 Zettel. Peter 143,247 Zinn, Dale 197 Zohn, Hershel 66.67,192 Zinkovich. Lou 167 Zumwalt. James 151,254 ' r YEARIOOKS I COVER »1 MYERS


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