Nogales High School - Apaches Yearbook (Nogales, AZ)
- Class of 1940
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THE 1940 ADOBE
THE STUDENTS OF
NOGALES HIGH SCHOOL
EDITOR-DOROTHY ANN HARDY
BUS. MGR.- PEGGY PIQUERO
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ADVERTISEM NTS AND FEATURES
The thought in
1940 Adobe iS
to leave a memory so great that it will linger on
as have the memories of the great people who lived
here.before us. As a reminder of their great task,
we, The Adobe Staff, present to you a few sketches
of those who have blazed the trail.
May you find here a full description of the year
now completed that will help cherish a memory of
the class of nineteen hundred and forty.
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Be human! It is your first duty. All of
us would get along better if we kept in
mind that we are just human. Your teach-
ers are nothing but human beings. The
people with whom you work and your friends
are just a collection of human beings.
After all is said and done, all of these
have their fears and their hopes just as
you do. They make mistakes and regret
them, just like you. lhey are sometimes
good and sometimes not so good, as is the
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..F. E. Westerlund
.......M. A. Keyte
.................James W. Haddock
t Ball Coach .... ...Lon M. Bellman
.... ........... Gladden C. Elliott
....Gladys Walker Cameron
.. .......... Charlotte Luz
... ..... ....Bruce Wallace
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.......Mary L. Welty
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Pres. ------- S. Marcus
Sec. ---------- C. Jury
Trea. --------- O. Soto
Rep. ------ R. Davison
Maria Luisa Arias, Eleanor Arino, Raul Aguirre, .Be-
atrice Arzate, Edward Arzate, Duane Bird, Charlotte
Bridges, Stella Carden, Dorothy Carter, Ruth Cum-
ming, Robert Davison, Dorothy Diehl, Margaret Edgell
Harry Ellis, Emma Gourdin, Dorothy Ann Hardy, Dehlia
Holler, Georgina Horrall, Eleanor Joffroy,'Carlos
Jury, Mary Dolores Krupp, James Logan, Marriet Logan
James Mabante, Irene MacDonald, James Macris, Sammy
Marcus, Carmen Partida, Peggy Piquero, Mercedes Pom-
pa, Wilda Redditt, Margaret Roark, Grace Roberts,
Anita Serino, Drucylla Simpson, Stephen Simpson, Os-
car Soto, Alice Stoller,Daniel Uribe, Robert Under-
wood, Zita Versus, Mary Wong, Norman Wigutow, Viloet
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I Row l: Robert Underwood,,MargareteRoark, Samuel Marcus
b Peggy Piquero, and Alvin Sisk.
n Row ll: Dorothy Hardy, Raul Aguirre, Elinora Joffroy,
Daniel Uribe, and Eleanor Arino.
,Side Panel: Dorothy Diehl and James Macris.
Row l: Georgina Horrall, Dorothy Carter, Zita Versus, Wilda Reddint,
and Marriot S. Logan.
ll: Grace Poberts, Harry Ellis, Dehlia Holler, Edward Arzate,
Side Panel: DrEg53JiQiQyE32Rfon auo Stephen H. Simpson.
R l: Ruth Cdmmings, Irene MacDonald N rman Wigutow, arm
P tida, Charlotte Bridges.
Row ll: Mary Wong, James Mabante, Merc d Pompa, Oscar So
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II: Alice J. Stoller, James J. Logan, Mary 'Dolores Krupp
Carlos A. Jury, 'Emma Gourdin.
It was' not that September in the rain,
but just a plain old ordinary September in
the year l936 A. D. that a joyous group of
W Johns and Marys, eighty-five strong, crash-
4 ed the gates of NHS to become the twenty-
first freshmen class of that great institu-
tion of learning.
It was in that same September that this
cheery band, under the reins of Mr. Elliott and Mr. Haddock,
began to take to the scheme of NHS activities like a chicken to
the flower bed. Before many moons they had gained sufficient
foothold in the pattern of scholastics, dramatics, athletics,
sience, journalism, and music to give them a forceful begin-
ning to their high school carrers.
As they embarked upon their sophomore year with Ole Lady Ex-
perience by the hand, the Class of '40, plus all their former
zip and zest, continued to build many magnificent milestones
along their path. Once again this class copped HBest Assemblyn
honors with their UNite B'fore Th' Opra', featuring an all male
cast. Sophomore year spelled encouragement for many of this de-
termined and ambitious group. l938 saw James Macris showing the
earmarks of a veteran in football, Peggy Piquero displaying in-
terest and scholastic ability, Robert Underwood becoming a
leader in student affairs, Sammy Marcus rising swiftly in bas-
ketball and tennis, and Grace Roberts, Anita Serino, Emma Gour-
din, Robert Davison, and Margaret Roark active in their res-
pective pursuits. -
Juniors! 1938-19391 Wiser by two years participation in high
school activities, the Wgreenu. freshmen and sophomores of '37
and '38 became the confident, assuring, razzle-dazzling Juniors
of 1939. Under the capable leadership of S. Marcus as class
president, the Juniors lost no time in earning their share of
glory and success, vieing closely with the Seniors in leader-
ship. Football saw James Macris playing true to prediction a
long with his Junior Mates, Robert Davison and Daniel Uribe.
As if summoning all their dramatic talent and experience, the
Juniors presented three outstanding performances of that un-
forgetable story of Louisa M. Allcott's HLittle Womenn, to win
for themselves, the cast, the class, and the director the high-
est 0? praise Prom students and townspeople. The players were:
Peggy Piquero as HJOU, Richard Taliaferro as HLaurieH, Margaret
Roark as NMegU, Dorothy Diehl as HAmyN, Ruth Cumming as UBethH,
James Macris as NMr. Marchn, Mary Krupp as nMrs. Marchu, Robert
Underwood as NJohn Brooken, Wilda Redditt as UAunt Marchn, and
Edward Bayze as HProf. Bhearn with Samuel Marcus as assistant
The Junior President, Sammy Marcus, led the Apache basketball
team to many victories during the season as well as being tennis
champion and a member of the Adoba Court. State Oratorical
Champion and Vice President of the Student Body, Robert Under-
wood, and amiable Junior, Peggy Piquero,.were elected Adobe pop-
ularity king and queen to reign over the annual Junior Prom and
Senior Ball of l939.
Seniors! Halleluja! Almighty Seniors! Viva los Seniors!
By a unanimous vote, S. Marcus was again elected to bear the
responsibility ot Class President. Grace Roberts was elected ed-
itor of the Apache Warcry. Dorothy Ann Hardy not only was editor
of the Adobe, but was elected representative of NHS to take the
Daughters of the American Revolution test.
Climaxing their football careers with a splendid display of
athletic ability, J. Macris, the most outstanding football play-
er, D. Uribe, and R. Davison, the most improved, put away the
pigskin for the last time.
Turning lightly from the drama of NLittle Womenn to the less-
serious mystery-comedy of ULunatics at Largen, the Seniors made
their final stage appearance under the direction of Mrs. Cameron.
The cast was composed o? G. Horrall, D. Hardy, M. Krupp, M. Log-
an, R. Taliaferro, Z. Versus, R. Underwood, P. Piquero, S. Mar-
cus, J. Macris, M. Roark, D. Uribe, A. Padilla, and G. Riggs.
The clay was both a financial and a,dramatic success. Again the
production staff contributed much to the highly praised perform-
As a fitting Finale to their color9ul march through years of
remarkable achievement, the twenty-fifth graduating class of NHS
signed off from the national hook-up of secondary education with
a Ditch Day, a Senior Ball, and a Commencement that will be long
remembered as masterful pinishing touches to the one, only and
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Even from their very first year as slightly .V 'ALATCL
green "freshies," the Juniors of 191.0 have IAJPJ,
excelled in scholastic honors, and extra cur-
In their freshmen year under the excellent
sponsorship of Miss H. Borgquist and Miss C.
Luz, the class won second place in the Home- LCZ54LL4V
room Assembly Contest. The class then under WWA! ,iggj
the leadership of Blanche Davenport and Peggy T-ss'3g J 1
Titcomb, was noted for its school spirit. XXXXXX M A
As sophomores and under the leadership of L. Chatham and M. EdeX4L4AJxv ' '
monson, our now elated juniors, gave a Tacky Dance which proved to
be the most hilarious event of the year. The class sponsored many 6L,MVdL'!Q,4A,GffLX,i
successful parties, picnics, and sales during the year. B. Daven4 ,
port was elected Secretary of the High School Student Body. The -f
sophomores lived up to their reputation by Ucoppingn the Homeroom
Season Ticket Sales Banner.
The Junior Class is now sponsored by Mrs. G. Cameron and Miss C. LILQ
Luz, and is under the leadership of V. Walker, Class President, M.
Moreno, Vice President, P. Houle, Treasurer, D. Castro, Secretary...
The Junior Class OI l9AO has been very active. Again for the sec- r-4'4!L
ond consecutive year the Junior Class has won the Homeroom Season
Ticket Sales Banner. The class sponsored a Junior play called pafwefdl
"Girl Shy," which was a great success. Those taking part' in th 0-'VV Z
play and the production staff are: D. Miller, M. Edmonson, Liga' faL4T
Chatham, R. Jones, P. Houle, J. Munguia, J. Bennett, F. Rochlin,
H. Bracker, V. Walker, J. Tostado, D. Castro, H. Terrazas, E.
Puchi, P. Titcomb, B. Baffert,.A. Coffin, R. Kerson, G. Chernin
and M. Barkley. The director was Mrs. G. Cameron. In honor o
the Senior Class of l9AO, the Junior Class gave a gala Junior Prom
which proved to be a big event of the year. fQ'QP
B. Davenport was elected a member of the Adobe Court, L. Chatham ,
was president of the Science Club during 1940. V. Walker was pre- 1
sident of the Maroon Masque. P. Titcomb was named Junior Class' ZLif
The Junior Class of l94O has had an extraordinary array of ath-
letes. Among them have been: .A. Durazo, M. Moreno, E. Pierson,
G. Cabrera, D. Miller, B. Baffert, C. Cabrera, V. Rodriguez, M.
Gastellum, H. Bracker, F. Reed.
Last, but by no means least, are those students who represented
the Junior Class in the Junior Honor Society, V. Walker, D. Mil-
ler and B. Davenport. .
The Junior Class has proved that they are well prepared to take
their position next year, as the leaders of the school.
Row 1: F. olunga, E. Leyva, H. Rouzaud, C. Gonzalez, E. Peirson, O. Andrade
Row ll: D. Quen, H. Bracker, G. Chernin, R. Taliaferro, R. Holler, E. Bayze
Row lll:E. Acido, B. Martinez, M. Edmonson, . L. Romero, H. F. Terrazas, E.
IVV: L. , o, J. Goodman, G. Durazo, D.CastI'o.
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Assistant iness Manager-- --------------- Peggy Titcomb
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. Make-Up - ---------- ---Margaret Roark, Dorothy Diehl
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Junior Editor ------------------------------- Peggy Titcomb
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Freshman Editor -------------------------------- Alma Krupp
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Editor --------------- -Grace Roberts
Business Mgr. ------------ Ruth Jones
Secretary ------------- Marriet Logan
News Editor ------- Alfredo Ronquillo
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Features, Alma Krupp, Catherine Bond, Exchange,
Wilda Redditt, Margaret Roark, Irving Graakg Art Dept.,
Mary Huerta, William Ahumada, Alex Padilla, Reporters,
Robert Underwood, Allan Underwood, James Macris, Billy
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Bernice Levy, Typists, Anita Serino fchiefj, Mary Krupp,
Alice Stoller, Hector Terrazas, Peggy Piquero, Maria L.
Arias, Emma Gourdin, Lillian Chatham, Business Girls,
Carmen Gonzales, Emma Larson, Ruth Alvarez, Jacqueline
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Vice Pres. --------------- 1 ----- Margaret Karam
Trea. ---------------- -----Maria Luisa Arias
Sec, ---------------- - --------- Margaret Roark
W. Ahumada, R. Alvarez, C. Arend, J. Ashby, A. Berrellez,
M. Bercich, A. Bracker, C. Bridges, R. Cabrera, C. Pottin-
ger, J. Carrasco, S. Carden, G. Castro, A. Coffin, A. Cum-
ming, F. Cumming, B. Davenport, D. Diehl, G. Durazo, M.
Edmunson, E. Edmunson, G. Ellis, F-. Elliott, M. Guerrero
M. Gonzales, E. Gourdin, A. Karam, P. Saldamando, J. Ka-
ram, R. Kerson, A. Krupn, N. Loaiza, M. Logan, C. Lonez,
A. Martin B. O'Hagin, S. Paz, E. Dhillips, C. Powell, J.
Proves, E. Uuchi, A. Camnillo, C. Quintana, B. Ramsey.
Secretary ------- Emma Gourdin
' Treasurer ---------- Mary Wong
President ---- Dorothy Hardy
Sponsor ---------------------------------------------- Mr. Bellman
G. Alexander, M. K. Titcomb, M. Krupp, A. Serino, C. Partida, M.
L. Arias, C. Gonzalez, M. Puchi, B. Arzate, A. Cota, E. Allan,
P. Titcomb, E. Puchi, G. Chernin, C. Villa, J. Tostado, J. Mun-
guia, R. Holler, R. Kerson, F. Elliott, G. Durazo, D. Quen, A.
Ezrre, V. Walker, V. Lara, B. Ramsey, C. Rodriguez, C. Bond, G.
Tapia, M. Sainz, R. Alvarez, A. Wingo, O. Andrade, E. Arvizu, M.
Colunga, E. Larson, H. Terrazaa, M. Provas, M. Romero, E. Jara-
millo, B. Saldamando, G. Castro, A. Romero, D. Miller, A. Coffin
F. Rochlin, A. Berrellez, B. Baffert, A. Camerlin, D. Castro, H.f
Ramirez, M. Espinosa, G. Franklin, R. Cabrera, H. Wisdom,
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FIRST SOPRANOS: Margaret Bercich, Margaret Edgell, Emma Gour-
' Kibbe Mary Provas, Mary Puchi,
Edin, Dehlia Holler, Georgia ,
Wilde Redditt, Margaret .Roark, Julia Tostado, Virgie Walker,
SECOND SOPRANOS: Joanne Cummings, Dorothy Diehl, Ruth Gildea,
Georgina Horral, Mary Huerta, Mary L. Joffroy, Peggy Piquero,
Mary K. Titcomb, Peggy Titoomb.
ALTOS: Corrine Arend, Mary L. Arias, Joan Ashby, Alica Berre-
llez, Mary Carrillo, Gloria Carrasco, Grace Castro, Lillian Cha-
tham, Gloria Durazo, Eleanor Joffroy, Margaret Karam, Virginia
O'Hagen, Evelia Puchi, Consuelo Rodriguez, Anita Serino.
TENORS: Armando Arias, Carlos Cabrera, Munro Edmonson, Marco
Espinosa, David Jaramillo, James Macris, David Miller, Rafael
Murillo Armando Parada, Fred Rocklin, Raul Rouzaud, George
Uribe, lrving Graak.
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BASS: Bill Baffert, Edwar ay ,
Henry Rouzaud, Alvin Sisk, Hector Terrazas, Allan Underwood,
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
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Dorothy Ann Hardy
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Mary Dolores Krupp
JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
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Margaret Roark Georgina Horrall S U E I E T I E S
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Coach W. Smith
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Secretary 8 Treasurer---- ---Peggy Piquero
Sponsor ---- ----------- ------- eMrs. Cameron
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Coach Wally Smith's
l939 Apaches turned in
one of the most' impre-
ssive records .in the an-
nals of N.H.S. football
history with '5 wins, l
tie, and 2 losses. For-
iw the first'time in historyu
.Q the 'Apaches' were unde-
feated in conference
play, thereby, annexing the Southern Conference Title.
Too much credit cannotrbe given to the boys'termed as Wscrubsn. It
was only through their consistancy'in reporting for practice that the'
Apaches were able to go through such a successful season. Though
these boys were not eligible for first'team awards, the school showed
their appreciation by awarding them small felt N's.
In spite of the fact that the team is losing sic experienced men,
the Apaches are expecting another successful season next year.
Under the tutlege and mentoring of Coach Lon M. Bellman, the No-
.gales Apaches, High School Basketball squad, ended the'current seaso
with a better than average record, by winning 12 games while losing
Starting the season with only four men of last year's squad,Coach
Bellman molded a team around Alex Durazo, Sammy' Marcusgand Frankt
Reed. This team went to'the'Southern"Conference Tournament taking
second place. The Apaches went to the Arizona State Tourament for
the third time in the history oF'the school, and'the second succe-
ssive time in the last l9 years of the state tourney's existence.
Starting his third year as head'basketball 'Coach at the Nogal-
es High School, last December,Coach Bellman has, so far been the mo-
st successful basketball mentor in the history of the school.Taking
over the reins of a much battered basketball squad record,Coach
Bellman has built up Nogales into a threat in the last two Southe-
rn Conference Tournaments,gaining'runner-ups next to Tucson and two
invitations to the State Tournaments.
Coach Mr. Smith
Those who made the All-Confer-
ence Team were Alex Durazo, Al
bert Zenizo, Manuel Gastellum,
James Macris, Edward Martan, and
Those who lettered were R. Davison, J. Macris, B. Baffert,
C. Cabrera, E. Sloan, A. Durazo, E. Bayze, M. Gastellum, E.
Martan, D. Uribe, E. Pierson, A. Camerlin, J. Pierson, M.
Villanueva, D. Jaramillo, E, Martan, A. Villanueva, and mana-
-gers R. Taliaferro, and J. Peterson.
Other squad members were E. Martan, L. Edwards, R. Trias,
E. Acido, A. Parada, D. Miller, H. Hudgins, J. Phillips, A.
Gastellum, T. Bonorand, N. Bonorand, C. Jolivette, F. Peguer-
os, R. Salgado, G. Franklin, A. Ezree, J. Dupuy, L. Santacrus
G. Median, J. Berrellez, and C. Rader.
The season opened September 22, with. the Tucson Bad-
gers holding the Apaches to a 6 to 6 tie. A I
Sept. 29 The Apaches scalped the Ajo Red Raiders by a
26 to O score.
The Apaches journeyed to Bisbee and came home
victorious, the score being 6 to O.
The Apaches met the strong Phoenix Indian team
and again emerged the victors. The score was
13 to 7.
The Apache team went to Douglas and won the
game by a score of 6 to O. This game cinched
the Conference Title.
The Globe Tigers were the fiFth team to be-
near the hand of the Apaches. The score was
13 to 7.
Superior was the Apaches' Waterloo, For there,
Superior defeated them in the last minute of
play. The score was l2 to 7.
Mesa deafeated the Apaches 25 to 7.
Those who lettered were Alex Durazo,
Sammy Marcus,Louie Lomeli, Frank Reed,
Al Gamerlin, Charles Reddoch, Armando
Parada, Allan Underwood, Sammy' Capin,
David Miller, Harvey Bracker, Mgrs. C.
Smith, C. Jury, and D. McGaugh.
The following boys received second-
team awards: M. Bonorand, A. Ezrre,
G. Franklin, A. Gastellum, P. Langdon,
H. Ramirez, M. Sainz, E. Simpson, E.
Sloan, E. Titccmb, J. Berrellez, H.
Chernin, C. Jolivette, G. Logan, E.
Marten, F. Pegueros, J. Peterson, J.
Pierson, B. Powell, O. Soto.
Proving their leadership and fine playing, Alex Durazd
placed center on All Conference first team and Sammy Mar-
cus placed guard on the second team. -
The following are the results of the games this season:
N-21, Benson-253 N-34, ADS Tucson-145 N-17, wickenburg-
285 N-33, Patagonia-225 N-24, Tucson-285 N-l9, Douglas-
BL5 N-35, Bisbee-315 N-38, Mesa-245 N-21, Tempe Frosh-305
N-31,-Phoenix Indians-L65 N-Al, Patagonia-145 N-28, Tuc-
son-335 N-2, ADS Tucson-0 fforfeitlg N-34, Douglas-255 N-
28, Tombstone-275 N-37, Bisbee-265 N-26,,Mesa-36, 1N-33,
Wilcox-175 N-30, Benson-26, N-24, Tucson-395 N-21, Mor-
enci-225 N-37, Phoenix Indians-255 N-33, Tempe-AO.
The Papooses, under Second Team Coach Rannell Jones,
came' through' the l939-150 season in fine style, winning '7
while losing l2.. The N. H. S. Braves, older brothers of
the Papooses, also turned in a good record with 5 wins
and 6 losses.
In the Home Room Basketball Tournament, -Mr. Wallace's
Home' Room Team had, previous to this year, held the
championship for the past 3 years, but were defeated this
year 'by Mr. Haddock's Seniors, 27-16. Captains -of Mr.
Haddock's winning team were James Goodman and Sammy Mar-
cus. Mr. Bellman's Sophomores defeated Miss' Cameron's
Juniors 14-8 for 3rd place. In the Jr. League, Miss Es-
pinoza's freshmen team defeated the Roosevelt school team
23-21 for the championship and Miss Borgquist's 8th grad-
ers defeated Miss Welty's 7-graders 19-16 for 3rd place.
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The Apache net club take to the courts this
spring in an attempt to defend their Southern Con-
ference Championship Title for class HBH competi-
The team, under the direction of Coach Henri-
etta Renshaw, promises to be one of the strongest
ever to be turned out by Nogales High School.
The boy's team will be molded around Sammy Mar
cus, three year letterman, Harvey Bracker, Southern
Conference class HBH Doubles Champ, and runner-up
for the state title, and Sammy Capin, only a Fresh-
man, but a good player with an excellent future.
Anita Serino and Grace Roberts, runner-ups for
the Southern Conference Class HBH Doubles Title last
year, will form the nucleus of the girl's team. Kay
Cheshire will probably make the third position.
TEAM: Anita Serino, Grace Roberts, Kay Che-
shire, Mary Huerta, Margaret Karam, Alice Karam,
Elizabeth Smith, Virgie walker, Lillian Chatham
Sammy Marcus, Sammy Capin, Hector Ter
VM? TAR A E K
I The prospects for track are much brighter this year
than ever before. Thirty men have been reporting 'or
practice and all are fine prospects.
Five meets have been scheduled For this season,
Tucson March 30, Douglas Invitational April l3, Green-
way Meet April 20, Southern Conference, April 27, and
State meet May A.
The men reporting are:
Dashes: M. Moreno, G. Cabrera, E. Sloan, N. Acido.'
Hurdles: V. Rodriguez, L. Lomeli, B. Edwards, F.
Pequeros. ' Q
Distance: S. Simpson, E. Simpson, E. Acido, O. Soto,
F. Reed, D. Kerson, J. Dartida, J. Peter-
son, M. Sainz, Irving Graak, A. Cota, R.
Weight Men: J. Macris, E. Bayze, A. Zenizo, J. Pier-
and Jumpers son, E. Martan, D. Wooddel, C. Jolivette
C. Cabrera, J. Berrellez, R. Davison, B.
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5-Dear Calendar, you've gotta stick by me. Here it is the first
day of school and I'm already wondering how many days we get off
for Christmas! All the old gang back with their same old sour
6,8-Seems like I've been around this pen ?or six months already.
Football team out getting warmed up. Smith hollerin' his head
off. And--Oh, almost forgot to tell you,. some of the new
girls are O. K. too.
ll,l5-Classes elect officers. Some politics! First assembly.
Warcry out Friday. Hot dog! Headlines--NOGALES PRIMING FOR TUC-
SON! Some journalist that fellow Keyte eh what?
l8,2l-Adobe action begins! Hardy edits the mud brick. Big fuss
about Marcus and Board of Control. Smithmen all set for HBadger
meetn tomorrow night in First grid-iron ?racas of NHS.
22-TUCSON GAME! I didn't bet every cent that Nogales would WIN
but I DID bet that Tucson WOULDN'T WIN. Lot's ot pep. The Beat
and Blow were out doin' their stuff' too. NOGALES 6--TUCSON 6--
Darn that referee we scored another touch down but the rat would
not give it to us. Adobe dance after game.
25,28-Monday. Still hoarse. Learned today Mrs. King resigned.
Ah Woe! We sure usta have lotsa dun woo wooing her in study hall
Hate to see NHS loose the head of the Beat and Blow.
29-Ajo game. Apaches trample Red Raiders under 26-O. Booster
and P 5 S Dance after game.
2,5-Big excitement around over Manchester wreck. Alva Brower,
Nat'l Assembly Program, Monday Cventriloquistj Senior girls all
atwitter over the Ncuteu accordianist. Apaches set for trip to
,6-Big pep assembly. Polla's lil sis really put HGod Bless Am-
erican on the hit parade! The Apaches attacked Bisbee Pumas with
a battering bit of ballplay that sent them back into their dens
with a defecit of 6-O. When Macris went out, gosh! I was scared.
9,10-Cooper, taking the HRe-Cooper-atedn Beat and Blow to the All
Santa Cruz County Fair!
l2-Father Hughes spoke For Columbus Day.
l3-Friday, the thirteenth! Golly, and the team went to Phoenix
to play the Indians this afternoon! Woe is me! Can't tell yuh
what the score was but I just know we lost.
l6,l8-Boys return Nall shotn. Dan Uribe, they say, galloped up
and down Indian warpath in Phoenix.
l9-Bugle out today! Sisk passing out cigars. Camerlin busts
his nose in scrimmage. '
20-The boys have a tough battle to beat the Douglas Bulldogs
21,22-Took inteligence test. CI didn't know I was so dumb.D The
Maroon Mask presents NThe Diamond Necklacen. Warcry shoveled a
lota dirt out in the Papoose.
31-Halloween Dance by Seniors! Yay, Seniors! Tough luck Camer-
lin broke his collar bone. what next?
3-Globe players were in our pep assemble this morning. Tonight
we stung them with a 13-6 football depeat. YIPEE!
ll-Armistice Day. Team in Superior--am keeping everything crossed
12-CSundayQ Superior wins! fXXi,g! 12-7. Superior got an un-
believable break. Terrible blow.
13-Adobe meeting today. CThis was the first time they told me I
had to write this Calendar, so all that you read before this is a
16-Mesa Jackrabbits out run Apaches 25-7. Well, anyway, we get
tomorrow, Friday off 'cause of the Teacher's Convention.
20,24-School gets new bus. O Boy! Franksgiving. Mr. Wheeler
spoke for Don Hayes of Tucson Police Dept. Had his eye on Hardman
during speech about juvenile delinquency.
27,30-Chemistry worries. Tests right and left. Report cards out.
Lottsa long faces. Thanksgiving 30th.
l-Booster and P Q S Clubs give annual Homecoming Dance. Old
Hgradsn of '39 were all there looking over us High School
A-Dr. Gable of Nat'l Assemblies talked about cosmic rays.
lO,l3-Seniors finally select HLunatics at Largen for annual class
play. Haddock's seniors win Basketball tournament.
lA-Rehearsal for big supercolossal BUGLE ASSEMBLY! Big excite-
15-BUGLE ASSEMBLY! started off like a house apire and ended like
a wet dishrag. Well, it was better'n sittin' in class, anyway or
l6,22eBasketball getting along under way. Team plays Florence
and Deaf and Dumb School. Zenizo forgot his lines in Christmas
program. Hot Dog! CHRISTMAS VACATION.
3-New Year! l9AO! Turned over a new leaf. From now on I'm only
going to ditch two classes a week. Westerlund and Bellman sure
got some HOT sport coats for Christmas. Westy hasts use dark
glasses to wear it.
4,5-Team plays Tucson at Tucson. Loses at Tucson. Doesn't make
shots in Tucson. Heck with Tucson!
8,12-Senior play practice. Mr. Keyte decided to come back today.
D. Holler drops American Problems at last. Commentators Corner
gives play cast heck.
l5,l7eSecond semester begins. Am now taking new course in a new
subject, SOCIOOLOGY. Eduardo doesn't give homework either.
Apaches go to Douglas and Bisbee. Scores Nogales-35, Bisbee-31,
Douglas-34 Nogales-19. All American Redheads played here. Only
one redhead and take at that! .We wuz :cbbed!
18, 19-Team leaves on brrnstorming Salt River Ball trip to play
Mesa, Temne, and Phoenix Indians. Whew! I never knew there were
so many Mexican nickels in all Mexico! I'll bet the slot machine
owners didn't either. A '
21, 26-Boosters to give Leap Year Dance. Forestry Service gave
assembly this manana. Seniors vote for Daughter of American Re-
volution. Jan. 25 Birch the magician show sponsored by Adobe to
raise money to print THIS.
3-Douglas played here. We sure Skunked them. Went to Commercial
Club dance to celebrate.
7-10-Picture show today on HFight For Peacen. Mr. Conner of Wood-
burys College spoke in our study hall. Told story about three
bears. Feb. 9 Bisbee game here. Feb. lO Mesa game. Freshie Dance
and lotisa Hfirst timersn there.
12-Lincoln's Birthday. Audrey Sheller of Nat'l Assemblies played
her marimba. Some smile!
13,14-Underwood goes to Student Body President Convention in Pres-
cott. Bye, bye, general fund! Team prepares to leave for South-
ern Tournament in Douglas. Valentine's Day, no valentines.
15,17-Cin Douglasl Southern Conf. Tournament. l5th-Tombstone 27-
28, l6th-Benson 26-30, l'7th-Tucson 39-24, Wilcox-l'7,33. Nogales
takes 2nd place! Yeah Apaches! Got swell cup for our collection.
19-Phew! Whatta stink! All over the building! Everyplace!!
Rotten eggs everywhere! Chemistry students call H2S. Mr. Haddock
cross-examined chemistry class for the culprit but he is stillat
large. Dress rehearsal for Senior Play.
20-Senkors present NLunatics at Largen! UHotH Marcus was fero-
cious, HGreekN got killed, Peggy fainted, HFiendU caught her,
HChupeteN said, HSay, sorry to intrude this way,H and HCarrotsH
got shot, while UTolliverN scrapped with the dummy and Roark and
Horrall said, nOut! Damn spot!H when Zita yelled, NStick 'em upn
Somebody backstage was whistling all during the performance.
26,29-Team at State Tournament in Tucson. Loses heartbreaking
game to Morenci! l point. Also lost to Tempe. . '
1,5-The jinx gets Camerlin again! Today a javelin went thru his
leg. First his nose, then his collarbone, then this! What next?
6,10-well o? all things! The Class of 1939 Finally got their Pic-
tures up in the hall. Keyte passing cigars. Diehl and Under-
wood elected king and queen. It's getting to be a habit with
ll-l2eBaffert' shows up with--Oh gosh! what a shiner! Juniors
crabbing about the class play. Those Juniors! Mason'S Monkey Cir-
cus here. They almost locked up Waldo McKay by mistake.'
l3-15-Oratorical Contest. Yeah!
16-2l-Music' Festival in Tucson. Cooper's Glee Club goes-comes
back. Sonora teachers visit us. Good Friday tomorrow. Good.
25-29-Taking Adobe pictures right and left. Sisk fell into his
camera twice and we had to get Mr. Stiles to pull him out. Dopey,
Editor faded out in class. Don Cutter to the rescue! Track team
going to Tucson tomorrow. Adobe staff working on this Adobe like
30-Coed Dance! Boy, O'boy, it sure is keen to have a firl worry
to death about ygg once in a while. More Coed Dances! More leap
'1-Mr. Westerlund shot and killed Miss Espinoza today! April Fool
Razz Edition of Warcry out. Softball tournament.' '
2-5-Seniors beginning to think of graduating. Juniors begining
to think of being Seniors. Still no Junior play. Well.
8-l2sEverybody'has spring fever. Track team to Douglas Invitat-
ional Meet. Burn 'em up, Apaches.
l5-19-Campaigning for student body offices. what mudslinging!
20-Saturday. Greenway meet. NHS's track-stars+to-come show lots
of Glenn Cunninghams.'
22-26-Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, all thinking about flunking
or passing. UBlackjackU Mabante shaking hands over serving his
Ntimen at last. ,
l-Ditch Day! It was really worth waiting twelve years for. And
how! We sure fooled those little high school kids! Left them
flat, and I mean FLAT!
A-State Track Meet.
6-9-Student body elections. Candidates with big thirty peso
smiles, handshaking, cigars, etc. Some politics! Wallace demands
recount. Juniors finally give THE play.
l-lO+Junior Prom! We had a swell time! I guess those Juniors are
not so bad after all. les, I kissed her goodnight.
13-Last week of reading', writing'. and 'rithmetic for us! Yay
Rah! rah! rah! Seniors! Hooray! Wait a minute! what am I hol-
lering for? Maybe I ain't so happy at that. I forgot. It's the
last! Yes, the last, a glorious ending of all that I've been
waiting for, but it's also the end of all those good old days of
NHS. Aw, it's a great life!
14-Taking exams, exams, tests, and exams. The last exams-of our--
-----aw, whatls the use. V
15-This Adobe arrived today. Gee, this Calendar looks nifty in
print, doesn't it. Lots of signing and bull-slinging.
16,17-Don't know how to say it, I'm happier'n the devil, yet I'm
sorrier'n heck. Calendar, I shoulda studied harder.
19-Sunday. Baccalaureate. I think there were a few tears.
20,22-Last school for the rest of the gang, minus the Seniors.
Yu'see how it is for you guys to be without us to lead you around?
23-Commencement. why does it make you feel like that?? At last,
I got my goatskin. I know there were tears.
24-Honor Assembly. Last time together in that old, that swell old
Nogales High School. So long, NHS!
24-SENIOR BALL Can't hardly write ----- wonderful ----- she said she-
----so did I-----never forget Senior Ball of 1940.
And, say, Calendar, if you ever see any of the gang at NHS,
tell 'em ----- tell 'em, for the Glass of '40, that ----- that we'll
always remember what a swell old bunch of guys and gals they were
to the --------------------- CLASS or moz
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Good Luck Q Success Class of 19400
Class of 'AO J. D. HALSTEAD
Best wished to the nAl1 the luck in the world
Graduates to the
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