Valley High School - Saga Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)

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Q 1 2 I I -f at 4 .Mi ,..,,x Table of Contents Faculty-Curriculums ........... 4-up Who's Who and 2 Personalities . 2NQ,yganizations overs Athletics ..................... ACtlVlfl'ES5,ol,,,,mLi,,,,,... . . . of ' , f ndgclassmen ............. 7 U Seniors .......... J I , MN, lndex...1g..' I st? 8 Q 5 I E I6 .40 ' .66 I-I2 l48 I78 230 282 . I0 1 . - . l- .n., f WE! , 5 4 9 2 Q ,T . E fs, fv-,, ' I i .....,..,..... .2 his 'Til BIPRUQ Ji 445 . ,,,, i if ' ,4 135' xr' 4 1- A, 'r -r'4.w N Q -, 4' 4 f'1 'm 1 , 'V 'Q5g,gM5V,,fk w ,l YF W ' X WYE? :,, is Ln-w W , 2 W ,L,, ,. 4 S . wa vs Waf aww ' L 'www If F' The nerve center of Valley, B Building, houses the administrative offices. Valhalla Grounds The pool and tennis courts north of the gym. For the past couple of years Valley has not felt growing pains as accutely as some of the other schools in the city. With the exception of the Shop Building there have been no new major buildings added. Valley's campus Consists of four main buildings, a Fine Arts building, a Shop Building, an Agriculture Building, and the gym complex. Valley also boasts tennis courts and a pool which are open for public use during non- school hours. More attention has been turned toward improving and beautifying the present cam- pus. New grass has been planted, planters have been cultivated, and a major landscap- ing project is in full swing for the fountain area between C and D Buildings. However, with the addition of the ninth grade in 70-71 Valley will need additional room for the increase -in students. Plans are being formulated for the construction of these buildings. Aa? ,,,.., i .4 , Valley's student parking lot is shown with the Valley Municipal Pool in the background. Due For A Change Landscaping has not yet been completed around the fountain between C and D buildings 4 I , W I W 2 Q x """"-32" X ,VXA .R 'wg' ' AQ 42 , Y 5 r- ' vw J ,AXWPQ ,gms L9 X , E px.-Q J, Traditions One of the 'things which make a school unique from all the other schools is its traditions, and Valley has a lot of them. Kangaroo Court, Warren Smart Assem- bly, standing for the school song, spirit posters, class competition at assemblies, Senior Circle, T.W,I.R,P. Week, Honors Day, and spirit are all traditions at Valley. This year the new school ring was intro- duced. It has always been a tradition for the junior Class to select a ring of its own design, to distinguish them from the other classes. Now the juniors will have a choice between the ring they choose as a class or the new school ring. Students stand for the school song at the game. lui nasketball game. Baby food-the traditional Sophomore food. Valley Offers Students in body in understanding in ability I A Chance To Grow in awareness of others in knowledge XI Pu 1' Fads 'n Fashions The leather look the military look capes the Nehru look . . . medal- lions boots and huckles sideburns . , . heads . . . mustaches. Different fads and fashions dotted the campus again this year. The boys took on the military look with jackets and shirts from Army Surplus. The girls picked up on the leather outfits and capes. The Nehru look which was very popular at the first of the year did not last long, but sideburn and mustache bedecked faces were to be seen all year. ,Ffa '44 C' The WE Came .ffl T -' 419' SQ S? ' 1 we worked I 4 o we played ,x f, m 'Q- I f ,NW ff ' 'lv , , x Year W I x X.. f 1 S 9 lf we left. .wh ,, ? K f ' 'V " ,M h z 4 ' ' -'M ig f .f , 4 Y, f i v V . af.,- ,,i,, ,,,. W ada mam sh "'Me,,0f:q1:a ' nga: . . A I 4 1, 1 , 41131, - ' qgvff af' . :ww aff f ,- we V f H 1 ,WV - ff' ' K hy, Va - .W I V FL, Vw . f ' Q QA! Vg K1 3' 4552 an 'E X, z ggx 4 43 f Fff ,ir Q ' s ,' 5 ks al ,J 2. J, 2 Q 'K' I nf' 6 IX W ?ag ..'f""A , ips Wal . 1 X L, -, '15, Members of the Albuquerque Board of Education are: frealedj Floyd Darrow and Jeannette Stromberg. frlandingj S Y Jackson, Robert Elder, and J. Leon Thompson. Year of Crisis Faces A. .S. Faced with heavier enrollments and a shortage of funds the Albuquerque Public Schools under the direction of the Board of Education and Superintendent Robert Chis- holm had enormous problems to undertake this year. The board called for a special election in December to place a surtax on county in- comes to help for a temporary solution to the problems. Also many plans were made for the regu- lar session of the legislature which it was hoped would help solve many of the prob- lems. A new high school for the northeast heights was funded from a bond issue last year and is to be opened for the 1970 school year. Many other additions and im- provements were made for other schools in the city. SUPERINTENDENT ROBERT CHISHOLM Two New Leaders for Valley Valley began its fifteenth year with a " ' completely new administration. David D. White was appointed Valley's fourth prin- cipal, during the summer, to replace Ralph Dixon who moved to a position at the A.P.S. Central Office. Mr, White, who attended the University of New Mexico, has been with the public schools system since 1952. He was pre' viously principal of Madison Iunior High for nine years. Bert Everett was named Valley's vice-prin- cipal last spring to take the place of Marion Ferguson who had served as Valley's vice- principal since its opening. Mr. White and Mr. Everett have made an effective team and Valley's year ran smoothly from the beginning. The two spend much of their time planning for curriculum changes, taking care of major discipline problems, and other problems which arise in a school of some 1,900 students and a staff of 92. DAVID D. WHITE, Valley's fourth principal, took over the ad- ministration of Valley High during last summer. , Valley's principal and assistant prin- f I ft cipal give leadership and wisdom with- in the school. With the combination of both of these, an atmosphere of learn- ing, teaching and working together is created. Mr. White and Mr. Everett work to form a union in which they can guide Vikings into the future, knowing that they have given them a sturdy foundation. BERT EVERETT serves as vice-principal and helps David White with administrative problems. - .- '??,,, ki? ...inns ---... '-+-..,' plllnhunn MEL GONZALES, Attendance Director NELL BOWERS Principal's Secretary ,fs GENEVIEVE ROZELL, Asst. Principals Secretary . ,, ,-.x Gonzales and Weathersby Mel Gonzales, Valley's attendance director, deals with the problems of students concerning tardies, cuts, and discipline. He keeps track of every student each period throughout the school year. This is Mr. Gon- zales first year at Valley. He was previously attend- ance director at Washington junior High. Marie Hayes, Student Activities Director, handles all social activities of the students. She helps co- ordinate club activities, plans bus trips to games, and directs the student council in its many activities. Serving as secretaries to the three administrative heads at Valley are Nell Bowers, Genevieve Rozell, and Viola Bell. They are constantly working on stu- dent's records, requests, and administrative record keeping. VIOLA BELL MARIE HAYES, Student Activities Attendance Director Secretary ead Attendance, Counseling Services r- ff Q- r- ur- I r Valley's counselors are constantly on the job aiding students with emotional, family, and school problems. These four include Keith Weathersby, head counselor, jim Williams, Doris Sahd, and Connie Miner. They are an important medium through which the gap between the faculty and students is met. Among the other duties discharged by the counselors are changing schedules, registering new students, admin- istering tests such as the ACT, SAT, PSAT, and NMSQT, and interpreting the scores for the students. They also offer help in trying to guide students who are planning for their future. Also playing an important role in this area is school nurse, Alice Babington. She helps students with minor health problems and in an advisory capacity. . f-Q-ag. 2 i -'Iip'X -. CONNIE MINER DORIS SAHD .lineman 2:15655 N'r'1Yg'?+iIS?ifr j,,g JAMES WILLIAMS 'H-...,,,, KEITH WEATHERSBY Head Counselor EILEEN NEAL Secretary 'iff' J - -1 ' Qi ' 'Q . . G..-C, X, Counselor jim Williams assists Gloris Maes with her plans for the future. ALICE BABINGTON Nurse Being a girl doesn't stop Connie Adcox from enjoying her six foot friend. LARRY CAUDILL 22 . mf -as A' f .2 "N" Theories, Properties, Formulas C building was the scene of wrinkled noses and gasping students as they passed the Science rooms. Microscopic studies, sketching plants and animals, wrestling with formulas and slide rules, and concocting strange potions were all a part of the world of science exploration. Two new half credit courses have been added this year. Applied chemistry is a course offered to those students who need more credits in sciences but feel they have no need for extensive knowledge in this field. The students spend the majority of their study time using the lab. Applied Physics is a similar course but directed to studies in the Physics field. Biology I and II, Chemistry, Physics, and Physical Science were also offered under the guidance of seven teachers headed by Harry Bishop. HARRY BISHOP ED DI NELLO MICHAEL GRUNER BILL SORD i Taught and Tried in Science Classes 1 wi f if Hum 'fini dj Francis Montoya, Robert Nieto, Sylvia Benton, Kathy Silva, and Betty Mclahaney ,, ,W .. , wfzlf' BILL STEADMAN puzzle over a Physics lab. 'Y ,-vw, . S I' -- ' , f BURNEY TALLEY David Griego identifies a plant in Biology II lab. V . f rw M-ai, 5, Humanities, Other New Courses Enrict ff? Mr. Parker's Junior class discuss contemporary poetry. Carefully laid plans for enriching the English Department's program were successfully initiated this year. Eight new courses were offered ranging anywhere from vocabulary building to literary back- ground. The junior U.S. History and English com- bined class was again renewed after having dropped it for a year. One of the most interesting new courses is the English IV Honors and Humanities course. This is a class of Senior students who excel in English studies. The half credit course of humanities was newly attached this year. Three days a week the class meets for two hours to pursue their studies in philosophy, literature, music, art, and man. RUDY ANAYA 1 GERALDINE CAMPBELL REBECCA DAVIS JUDY CUMMINGS KATHLEEN FISKE EDWARD GNALL SIMMIE GIBSON LARRY HODGIN I1 glish Department Students were also able to extend their talent and creativeness in speech and drama. The Department consisting of eighteen teachersg two who are not shown, under the direction of Earl Parker was the largest in the school. 'Ni l Q , lsfffh i EARL PARKER MARY MARGARET RHODES MARY sAssER JIM VANNOY X Nw d c ...R VV if , KARL WESTERMAN E. JANE WILLIAMS JANE MURPHEY EVA NOBEL Ricky Robal practices fundamentals he has learned in Speech I. . J, if BOB BLAGG VIC CROCCO M. A. GARCIA SIMMIE GIBSON Two New Courses Gfferec From Egyptian pharaohs and pyramids to the U.S. and the Liberty Bell ... to Campaign '68 ... These were some of the topics covered in the Social Studies Department under the direction of Robert Werstler. Besides the required U.S. History and World History, four other electives were offered. S Two new courses were added this year. Social Studies Seminar offered study in a variety of Social Sciences. Students did extensive study in such social problems as revolutions, their history and their different causes and effects. Students also turned in term papers dealing with social problems, world prob- lems, and politics. Anthropology, another new course, studied man and his history. Field trips to museums and caving projects were a part of the class's program. Sociology which dealt with social and personal problems was a Senior course for students who were interested in current international problems. 'S' ,. 1 I I Chris Ries, Liz Pike, Steve McKelvy, and Manuel Griego examine an artifact in Anthro- pology class. ocial Studies Seminar and Anthropology , K Rick Louder, Rosalie George, Linda Gonzales, and Matt Garcia present a discussion for the Sociology class CALVIN GUYMON DELBERT HELTON JACK PHILLIPS LASELL RECTOR ROBERT WERSTLER CHRIS VIII-I-I5 F i EVA NOBLE MIKE PEARCE ROBERT SHEETS E VVALKER Fine Arts Departmen Walk into the Fine Arts building any day of the school week and there is sure to be some form of joyful sound to greet you. This department encompasses orchestra, band, all manner of choruses, and arts and crafts. For the further interest of the students Music theory and Music History were also available. Poster work, lettering, portrait painting, sketching, and pop art, as the students reflect their world, were turned out 'artistically and in abundance. The band and choruses performed at assemblies, games, and concerts. The band was especially appreciated for its attendance and spirit at the ball games. 'I Mr. Sheets leads the Concert Choir in a morning practice. evelopes Skills of Young Artists 1 Q:-rf 1? s4r wilfsw ' ,s i r gf fff r if 2 g'f"'fI ll , gif Directed by Mr. Pearce, S the band practices its Christmas music. R D 1 hb f h A II I Sportsmanship Learning to play new games and acquire new skills while developing physically fit bodies were all a part of the P.E. program. Girls' activities included swimming, tennis, field hockey, volleyball, gymnastics, track, and basketball. Softball, soccer, basketball, track, swimming, and tumbling were some of the boys' activities. Valley has excellent facilities for the varied P.E. program, directors Martha Eubank and Paul White plan their programs to put the available facilities to maximum use. Valley is very lucky in that it has a pool and tennis courts on its property that may be used for P.E. purposes. CALVIN GUYMON DELBERT HELTON BILL STEADMAN PAUL WHITE itness Aimes of P.E. Department Three unidentified beauties practice their dives during swimming class. wig 1453? N W ff? EV H ,..f-' I K, 4 ry Z n ii f , - ' , V . ,,.. , , ,. , M .V Y Q ,, 'P' ' A, 'L 1: WW' ' we ff 214,23 ,Aff ,vf M" "' f: :'22QE4,, , Z' , ',,.. ,, , , I - 1 1. if 1 , , ,e,. V , fa, , A A A , ai W J A ie n ' f .ir f',, Q5 2' - " ,wi 5 ' I f v ' .,,,', ww ,W , , ' frfffim. " ' , fi 1 , :Y 4' f N ' V, 4 H Vigorous exercise starts out every class in Boys' P.E. F3 We 6 F, 'st M 'H A fi , A , ,r-i A J -, 5 ,in I ' ' ,, 5 ' if JACKIE NUSKIE SANDRA SHOON w ARK MARTHA EUBANK Math Courses Develop Reasonin The variety of courses in the Mathematics Department challenged students with calculations, theorems, graphs, and proofs. Computer Math was offered again this year as was Probability and Statistics. Computer Math taught concepts useful in today's machine oriented world. Probability and Statistics covered information useful for working with insur- ance, and other problems students will face as business men and adults. While Geometry students worked with theorems and drawings of angles, and triangles, Trigonometry classes studied the functions of angles in more detail. FRANK ACKERMAN Algebra I and II students faced the problem of understanding the new terminology, and confusing symbols in their courses. Also offered were Algebra IIfTrig for students who had excelled in Algebra I and Geometry. The department head, Chas Burdick, coordinated the staff of seven teachers. CHA5 BURDICK CHARLES CASSERIO BOB PQLSON SIDNEY SANCHEZ I I .. , 'E W . it A BILL SORD GRANT WATERMAN Melissa Shoupp and Anthony Montoya examine models of geometric properties. c. i -ii, Berman, Spanish, French Offered "Habla Usted Espanol?" "Parlez-vous Fran- cais?" "Sprechen Sis Deutsh ?" these were the sounds that haunted the second floor of D building. Three years of German, three years of French and four years of Spanish were offered this year. Under the instruction of four teachers had the opportunity to learn any of these languages fluently. With the help of the language-lab, students strug- gled with unfamiliar sentence structures and tongue- twisting pronunciations. The earphones and tapes came in handy for this. Third and fourth year stu- dents polished up on grammar and went on to read- ing literature in that language. Students from this department formed the German club, French club, and "Los Noruegos," the Spanish club. Students who held a high average in Spanish were eligible for Valley's chapter of the National Spanish Honor Society. CLARA ARRETCHE JUDY CU MMINGS .ra Ai N 4 5 F Vik., Mary Ellen -Rogers works her French lesson on the black- board. ' ' I -,,1 V, ,we-,, r F . 1 y it ' 1 JANE HUGHES BEN SANDOVAL ess sis A: XL' N Mr. Sandoval lectures to his Spanish class. PQ if Q ' by .1 .Q 7 ,-uf? i l A 1 . A"q' llxrzp A' RONALD CERVANTES ALFRED DZIELAK Y . hc Mr. Liebert checks one of Mike Cordova's drafting assign- l'11CI'l XS. . Shop, Agricultur Valley provides several courses which complement the usual required academic subjects. These classes give the students a limited type of vocational training in the various types of handicrafts. Valley is the only high school in Albuquerque to offer courses in agriculture. Under George Head three levels are offered. The agriculture students comprise the membership of one of the state's active Future Farmers of Amer- ica chapters. Each year these boys win honors in con- tests through the state. Rebuilding an automobile engine is one of the many projects covered in power mechanics. Drafting Offered as Electives Classes in the industrial arts program were designed to give students applicable training in several manipu- lative skills. In this way, the processes of industry were taught. Beginning and advanced courses were offered in woodshop, metal shop, drafting, and power mechan- ics. Valley now has class facilities among the best in the state in the new shop building. Industrial arts students applied the skill they learned to their hobbies, such as carpentry and car repairs. Many hours of labor are put into each project by the wood- shop students. "" f ' f' - as 1 ,A 1 f J GEORGE HEAD JOE LIEBERT Developing skills on the wood lathe is one of the funda- mentals taught in woodshop. Home Ee and Business Cours , s I l F JAMES BLICK SUE BOWERS ,?,,,,,,,.. WILMA DEEN Business Education, under the direction of Wilma Dean, instructed students in courses from typing to Business Math, to using data processing equipment. General Business and Office Practice gave stu- dents an over-all view of business tactics and office machinery. DE was offered to students who needed or held jobs during the school year. The course covered areas in marketing, merchandising, and management. In coordination with the DE program, students par- ticipated in Valley's chapter of DECA in city, state, and national competition. For practical experience in office work, 'students were offered Typing I and II, Bookkeeping, and Shorthand. Nine teachers staffed the department this year. JIM DOUGHTY CYNTHIA GIBSON Nd' Rita Baldwin practices her daily typing exercise in Mr. Doughty's class. ie' t -ff? MARILYN HENRICKSON HH-DA MAJORS .5 KAY MILLER KAY RHODES opular at Valley Drifts of tantalizing smells sewing machine hums group discussion Family Living and Home Economics I-IV were offered to interested stu- dents again this year. .Wg ,g , Striving to establish higher quality home environ- AJP i ments, nutrition, good health, sewing, and how to i i , handle family situations were covered. One of the activities of the department was the annual fashion show. The girls made and showed their own clothes. FHA is sponsored by this depart- ment. JEAN DABNEY w s.. 'ln y ,, ,,,,, EVELYN OWEN S K '-,,,,n-r- w.- Home economics students rush to finish their dresses before the fashion show. 'I tg - We las, ,gf W A sale demonstration being set up by DECA students. i is ,H Library, Vocational Rehabilitation Q, 3' HUSQQ GRACE BRIDGES DICK FOX RUSSELL GOFF Librarian MARJORIE KOMADINA WILMA LACHMAN MARJEAN MOI-ZEN Book Room clerk Librarian Librarian E DORIS GOODING IBM Clerk CECILIA PRELO BOB BORROW, Valley's Plant Engineer, kept the school in running order. Book Room Provide Necessary Services 'ii 44 "" f,f,pl" ' 1' 1 H . 1,55 2 , ,,5 g z . tefsf 'T p u p l,, ilggjleg R .-W........ , ,,,-..... .rrs "S", ,:,, ,ff 1 ' ' K , ,, V CAFETERIA STAFF: Alice Jaramillo, Florence Dingman, Kattie Cervantes, Irene Downey, Agnes Jones fHeadj, Mercy Aragon, Dorthy Lovett, Opal Cramer, Wanda Wheeler, and Jessie Griego. CUSTODIAI. STAFF: left to right are Elena Gallegos, Mr. Griego, Mr. Gon- zales, Mr. Sissenros, and Joe Herrera who all aid in keeping Valley's campus neat and clean, Dick Fox, Rus Goff, and Cecilia Prelo, provided instruction for the Personalized Curriculum classes this year. , Clean halls, empty trash cans, and plenty of paper towels don't just happen. The custodial staff ful- filled this purpose. Their jobs often started before school and continued hours after school had been dis- missed. Bob Borrow was our Plant Engineer. The cafeteria staff prepared and served hot meals for Valley's stu- dents. Students were provided with all the books they needed with the help of the bookroom and library. In addition to books, microfilm was available. The library has also re- ceived new stereo and taping equip- ment, a gift of the '67-'68 senior class, which will soon be wired into a table for student use. Y 9' ,I jg 'Z f egg, 4 Personalities Who's Who arsity Cheerleaders Promote Spiri f ,, fl' 10' ' H, fy , K! ' . ,L , .15 'P ,, 47, 4 , , 1 ,, R ., R . 'l , 1, .. ,, A r 5 . 1 . " " , v ,yy , f ,' ao' f'1n-9,2 v S E ',.2'e"-v W-wr. fe-or , I. "fs, jf ffwafa 4 J if: :.f'F3-1 ff -fi iff fi 'QWETNL ' A . , ,K .2 'E 'A ,1'm'5vw ,, , , 1 'ish-ew I Q , W ,ff:",v rw'-.M y,x "'.G" T 'IDJ f L , . . A I :L 5 ,-Quay 4 . 4 ,ME VJ,-a Q, 'lla' - ruff Ifa! , Y-If , I .ff VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: lfront fowl Linda Rogalsky, Louise Martinez, Mardi Fowler. Kback row! Janine Stueber, Midg moto. 'Nm' w LOUISE MARTINEZ MIDGE YOSHIMOTO 'IANINE STUEBER 42 . , v s , ff? So, , ffm gl E- uri 1 'ei J' ,U ,. .. K I . 7 ,, . Q if 0 5 J A .. N., e Yoshi xi' I M hroughout '68-'69 Sports Year MARDI FOWLER LINDA ROGALSKY B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS: Ifront fowl Lanette Meuli, Maria Romero. fbark muff Barbi Miller, Diane Contreras, Pearlene Silva. Z .pun ! if 4 A 1 'YU' F K. X ,-1 9 s 5 s A 2 E V. 'A gm LL S mil R SW X1 .. ' 5 Sk! ii ,ff Qfsx- 1 Q 5,1 ww 'W Q f lf. kv. ,, 12 .. f W- - W ..,,, . . I K K I if . ' x .. ,-ww-X at 'W - Q' ,x ,. ff - ,L k,.f+ga.5,,,' .4 A 'Q .. W 3' ry' N B , sr, 1-WT? ggi' 44.5 ., jg nu-f , gm- Erfa S,tffWffYaZ21r - wks 'JC v ,bex 'K' fi-.., 7K CNE' f 'f' ' P -S :1 3fwdgnt' 'BoJy fVzr,efv?re51denl! X Nz Z SMQQFQZFLA 6 " WAX. .- .-f J' :.'-- Q, 1515 'FQ . Ls , Q 1 K 1, A gg- xg L. is .K N 1 F ANA ,I-,Y .'a"' 4111: x Qi E x . .,. .gig Ml Klaus and Kirsten Spend 68-69 School Year at Valley Along with the American Field Service For- eign Exchange Student Klaus Zurschmitten, Valley also had another foreign student attend- ing here, Kirsten Lie. Klaus arrived from Switzerland in the late smnmer to join his American family, the james Reids. When school started he soon became involved with ski club, band, AFS, and student council. When asked, Klaus said he was most impressed by the dryness of New Mexico. Kirsten Lie from Norway also attended Valley, although not through the American Field Service Exchange. Kirsten and Klaus often spoke to the stu- dents in the assemblies about the different holi- days and customs in their countries. vm, Kirsten and Klaus describe Christmas festivities in their countries at Valleys Christmas Assembly Lewis Miss Photogenic X S MADELINE STANAT LINDA ROGALSKY MARGARET TORRES Most Photogenic Runners-Up This year as has been the tradition, the 1969 Saga Valley, arranged for the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity staff chose ten photographs of senior girls and boys and to select Miss Photogenic and the New Mexico State submitted them to a selection committee to name Mr. cheerleaders to Select Mr, Photoge-nic, Photogenic and Miss Photogenic. Saga would like to thank those people who helped The staff sent the photographs this year to New Mexico in the selection for their help, State University. Linda Glass, former head cheerleader at ROY CARTER DAVID SHELTON BILL MCCRARY 50 ,.m Senior Class Favorites David Griego Louise Martinez 'sr' .. f ' . N ' v X vw ' 5 X Q Us i . 'gm Q :SE N Q . K Q Tis. Q f -5 5: , -'I :,' i ' f' if .. 3 If ' . ?N "5 "' i 4. ' at 2 - - - S H ,... . - es. ":, k-',f I V 1 , ., 5. k,.:k .L I I ' H ' .1. in N i 4 -JA l . T . 53 - Q - . 0 ' ,K Q V ' - xi, . L '. kv V k5,, 11- r ,k,' gg ' Q V,..- , . U 1 wily: r .A:- ,Q -.'i: m.mAL L P Q. K . qi: v'.V K5 ,,., , , " f - " ,SLE K f f,.' 'X:vv'K1S,X .-'. XAL- , '--' N 1Ii.-ffhfsw, A . 33 Q Cisco Byrn and Danny Martinez STUDENT BODY TREASURER Boys' State Football . . . Track , . . State Student Council . . . Warren A. Smart Citizenship Award . . . National Honor Society. Cisco Byrn CLASS or '69 A Midge Yoshimoto CLASS OF '69 VARSITY CHEEALEADER Girls' State Student Council B-Team Cheerleader . . . Student Senate. Q .... g ...,.: on who --5 Q -Q .,-. . 'St .f . ,,.-, 1 ,..r +2 .ft vw if ' fe to A-fl :spa-I A A T eiee A f eeat . ' f x , K "-'1-W... of 1 Appear in Who's Who for 3rd Year K ' xixlxk Steve Yazzie CLASS OF '70 STUDENT BODY VICE-PRESIDENT Cross Country Track Key Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes V-Club . . . junior Senate. Danny Martinez CLASS OF '69 SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT Boy's State Boy's Nation . . . Football . . . Baseball . . . F.C.A. . . . Tutoring Program Student Council Third year in Who's Who. 55 Rio Grande Park Zoo Site Ken Killebrew CLASS OF '69 JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENT . Football Tri- captain Boy's State Track V-Club F.C.A. . . . F.C.A. . Mary Butler CLASS OF '70 SPIRIT SWEETHEART junior Class Favorite .. B-Team Cheerleader . . . State Student Council . . . Junior Senate. For l969 Who's Who Barbara Burgan CLASS OF '69 STUDENT OF THE MONTH . . . Student Council .. . District Student Council State Student Council Homecoming Assembly Co-Chairman Senior Sen- ate. Mx. David V. Griego CLASS OF '69 STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Boy's State . . . Student of the Month . . . Tennis . . . Key Club . .. Senior Senate V-Club. 73 g A 57 L Babs Dick CLASS OF vo Four Juniors Selected to B-TEAM CHEERLEADER . . . Student Council . . . French Club . .. Drama Club . . . State Student Council . . . Junior Senate . . . Ski Club. Tim Michael CLASS OF '69 KEY CLUB PRESIDENT Student Council . . . Boy's State . . . Track . . . V-Club . . . Basketball . . . Student Senate. Who's Who by Faculty Charles Tixier CLASS OF '69 ' Linda Rogalsky CLASS OF '69 VARSITY CHEERLEADER . .. Ski Club . . . Student Council Girl's State Alternate Drama Club . . . All School Play. 1 u fi 'we' 'np Q.. S., 93321 2 ,1"' f'mAX-' ..,,, 'Y'fQf' .' as 'P M' " ' f ,. NEW MEXICO STATE SUMMER PHYSICS TRAIN ING PROGRAM . . . Saga Staff . . . Ski Club . . . Ten nis , . . Honor Roll . . . Legend Staff. 14 HW weft 'ff l 1""7"f Sidney Gutierrez CLASS OF '69 BOY'S STATE Student Council Gov- ernor's Conference on Children and Youth National Forensic League Speech Club Engineering Club. A Y S' ,swf 1 re .S A ' wr .khk . 5' K i ,:,r f -fsf - Q G! 31 It ,L k. f fi. fr: Eleven Boys, Nine Girls Wil Louise Martinez CLASS OF '69 HEAD VARSITY CHEERLEADER . . . Girls' State . . , Student Senate . , . Class Favorite Three Years . . . Sopho- more and junior Class Vice-President . . . Recognition in I969 Who's Who Etta Moses CLASS OF '69 STUDENT BODY SECRETARY . . . Homecoming Court l Princess Class Senates Girls' State Student A Council . . . Tutoring Program. ex Jerry Peoples CLASS OF '71 SOPHOMORE CLASS PRESIDENT . . . ball Letterman Basketball Letterman UMOC Candidate Class Favorite. .A A - Q - W" ,vit . n Fi ,f 2 '7 slr, -' s.',Laa!L - Y r " 5 V . S 5:5 ' ' Q ...P Mx C- I A irr C Q' A . .Ja S ' x .F 1 .fu Foot- ppc- Y. One Per Cent of Student Body Mary Fran Cordova CLASS OF '69 GIRL'S STATE -Senior Class Secretary Senior Class Play Student Council Student Senate . . . Spirit Sweetheart Attendant 5. S rf ie . , t f 'P 'H-1 s. .. ga. Q .:.,, ,- an M: -nr t - X Chris Meuli 5-ffl CLASS OF '69 PRESIDENT OF NATIONAL HONOR SO- CIETY . . , Football Tri-captain . . . Track . . . Boy's State Warren A. Smart Citizenship Award Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Honored in Who's Who Mui Elizabeth Conroy CLASS OF '69 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE CLUB Student Council Junior and Senior Senates Shield . .. National Spanish Honor Society. Sie' David McCamey CLASS OF '70 WARREN SMART CITIZENSHIP AWARD . .. Cross Country . . . Track . . . Class Senates Student Council Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes . . . V Club. Seventeen Represent Valley at Girls Boy's Staters included Cisco Byrn, Chris Meuli, Tim Michael, Ken Killebrew, and Sonny Arthur. f 3 an 'r-ff, rr.. , ,M X if ff,'9 A Other Boy's Staters for 1968-69 are Sidney Gutierrez, David Griego, Mike Callahan falternatej, Rick Lowder, Danny Martinez, and Roger Cordova. and Boys' State ru.. W ,1 ,sy . K 1 .gn 9 il r Girls' Staters were Donna Morrow, Theresa Garcia, Nancy Byrn, Etta Moses, Louise Martinez, Fran Cordova, and Midge Yoshimoto. Each year junior students who wish to attend Boys' State or Girls' State write letters of intent and are then voted on by members of their class. The principal and faculty then help select the students who are most deserving of the honor of attending Girls' State in Albuquerque or Boys' State in Roswell. BW DANNY MARTIN EZ BOY'S NATION This past summer at Boys' State, Danny Martinez, Valley senior, was selected by the advisors and other boys as one of two New Mexicans to attend Boy's Nation. He attended this during August in Washington, D. C. 65 143' D1 I L ,,- ' KG ,fx 'WL .UIYY .nrvx ,. DO r. Q ' 1 v 0 . cmpzuwnsw--' 'WU' ifmv' ' L M512 ,..- . ..--V 4 ......- M, :gg----""..,...f--' "1"ITLS'.j . ,A-.,...,..-' -, .-.ff . it-',,,---"""" f-"""fmf+f'f"W' ' ,.. .....anAg,-ff-.M H .,,.......-T'7,,:"".-311 . V 5 ,TiH??Wf3'by', g12'5"'MfiV M ' :V ,Nw na, Grganizations Ulihllnuuunq-pq V se Fl!!-.1 Saga staff members are: Sylvia Arroyo, Becky Rector, Donald Garcia, Karen Conniff, Susan Conniff, Charles Tixier, Cathy Riekeman, Barbara Miller, jim Vannoy fsponsorj, Ray Boatman, Mary Butler, Susan Simpson, Steve Yazzi, Raylene Finley, Ellen Lewis, Amy Anderson, Danny Martinez, Steve Dukin. Saga Staff With a staff of 16 students, SAGA editor Cathy Riekeman set out to compile the fifteenth Valley yearbook. The job of organizing and com- piling a book of this size for a school of 2000 was an overwhelming one, but one which the staff attacked with enthusiasm. After selecting the theme THE GREAT MANDELLA the staf- fers set out to create another fine yearbook for the Vikings. A 1 Shown above are MARY BUTLER fassistant editorj and CATHY RIEKEMAN feditorj of the 1968-69 edition of the yearbook. Male members on the Saga staff are: Sammy Dunkin, Donald Garcia, Ray Boatman, Danny Martinez, Charles Tixier, and Steve Yazzi. Junior and Sophomore girls on the staff are: Barbara Miller, Karen Conniff, Rebecca Rector, Sylvia Arroyo, and Mary Butler. Senior girls on the Saga staff this year are: Susan Conniff, Raylene Finley, Amy Anderson, Susie Simpson, Cathy Rieke- man, and Ellen Lewis. ,t , .1 -... ' Legend Staffers Publish S Franz row: Shawn Howard, editorg Lynn Raleg Elizabeth Copelandg Kris Romerog Wendy Lewisg and Carol Rogalsky. Standing: Richard Johnstone, jim Vannoy, Danny Torrez, Mike Oskins. Viking Legend LL' H31 SCHUOL iff Alai H et' sc "' 0, ts.r4r-W S' gwn,n5r,1 Z ROTO ,A ,qlmanvg ligilo ezrrrg Published monthly at Valley High School Albuquerque New Mexico Price ten cents or free with activity ticket Mem ber of Quill and Scroll Society and New Mexico High School Press Association Advertising rates are Sl50 per column ll'lC Editor Assistant Editor Sports Editor Assistant Ad Manager Exchange Editor Photographer Staff Members Rael Carol Rogalsky Sponsor Shawn Howard Elizabeth Copeland Mike Oskrns Buck Bryan Angle Chrado Richard Johnstone Wendy Lewis Lynn Kris Romero and Dan Torres Jim Vannoy RICHARD JOHNSTONE Photographer P l n-- ' e 9 W ' h. ' ' AdManager.'.'.'.'.'f.','.'.'.'.'fffffffffffffffffffmikemams V Issues of School Paper :annum Ns asm: in '68-'69 i iii ls? 41 Legend Staff members are: Kris Romero, Shawn Howard, Lynn Other members of the staff include: Mike Oskins, Carol Rogal- Rael, and Danny Torres. sky, Wendy Lewis, and Liz Copeland. SHAWN HOWARD, editor, and LIZ COPELAND, assistant editor, were in charge of publishing nine issues of the Valley High School Legend. Valley's newspaper is a self-support- ing paper financing itself through sales and advertising. Under the direction of editor, Shawn Howard, the paper is completing its fifteenth year of publica- tion. Material for the paper is produced by the journalism class and staff mem- bers. Staff members proofread the copy, layout the paper, and distribute it. The paper attempts to reflect student opinions and ideas and present com- prehensive coverage of the school year. , Shield Staff Annually the best lit- erary efforts submitted by Valley students are com- bined into a publication called the "Shield" This magazine tries to illustrate the feelings and views rep- resentative of the Valley Student Body. Staff members listen as Candy Knight presents an idea Staff members include Donald Garica, Betty Tunnell, Roxanne Roberts, Debbie Michealsg Mike Meek, Nancy Byrn, Del Conroy and Manuel jarami llo. At left are Miss Fiske, sponsor, De- wayne Matthews, Daryn Sando, Mich- ael Aaron, Marta Osuna, Kathy Mey- er, julie Rust, Liz Conroy, Peggy O'Conner, and Can- dy Knight. 72 wx- -9 Audio Visual Aides Audio Visual Aides are: from row: David Rivera, Mike Gonzales, Bobby johnson, Andrew Hatch, Richard Durant, Mr. Waterman Qsponsorj, bark row: Matthew Garcia, Paul Winsor, Mark Condit, Mike Sanchez. Mike Sanchez, Paul Winsor, and Andrew Hatch prepare the projector fora film showing. Student Council Promotes Studen SENIOR MEMBERS: Back raw: Barbara Burgan, Cisco Byrn, Sidney Gutierrez, Ronald Lucero, Connie Wedemeyer, Slvia, Mardi Fowler, George Maestas, Henry Ortega. Front row: Audrey Martinez, Midge Yoshimoto, Linda Rogalsky, Louise Martinez, Jeanie Welsh, Janine Stueber, David Griego. SENIOR MEMBERS: Back row." Etta Moses, Tim Michael, Joe Trujillo, Janie Clausen, Mike Callahan, Margie Torres, Nancy Coates, Chris Meuli, Danny Martinez. Front row: Linda Ortega, Josie Sanchez, Cathy Sisneros, Fran Cordova, Pat Montova, An- nette Chavez, Robert Faus. Council members Sylvia Arroyo, Steve Yazzie, and Mary Butler paint a booster sign for the next basketball game. cil raised money to send to an or- l Nctivities Student Council consists of rep- resentatives chosen by homerooms. The function of Student Council is to coordinate student activities and to serve as a medium between the student body and the administra- tion. Among other activities the coun- 1 phanage in Korea. President David Griego leads a discussion in one of the council meetings JUNIOR MEMBERS: Bark row: Steve Yazzie, Regan Ramburg, Chris Houston, Barbara Olson, Mary Butler, Terry Serna, Lambert Luna. Front row: Virginia Chavez, Sally Jaramillo, Sylvia Arroyo, Mary Ann Baca, Yvonne Candelaria, Rozzanne Mora, Sandra Garcia. Michael Gonzales. SOPHOMORE MEMBERS: Back row: Brent Neal, Beth Shockey, Yvonne Lujan, Shirley Horchheimer, Diane Contreras, Joyce Leach, David Anderson. Front row: Alice Chavez, Adelina Zumora, Lucy Baca, Genevieve Sanchez, Rita Chavez. 75 Active Senior Senate Leads Clas "-7 Senior Senators are: ffront 70102 Josie Sanchez, Mike Meek, Diana Vigil, Liz Pike, Mary Trujillo, Cathy Sisneros, Fran Cordova, and Judy Caldwell. Mark rawj Barbara Burgan, Mike Callahan, Adele Hein, joe Trujillo, Nancy Coates, Sylvia Benton, Rodney DeVilliers, and Stan Rounds. Led by Danny Martinez for the sec- ond of their three years at Valley, the Class of '69 proved able leaders for Valley this year. In September the Seniors showed that they would have a tremendous spirit for the whole year. In class competition at Pep Rallies, they constantly won. After nominating Doug Lewis as their candidate for ugliest man on cam- pus, the seniors won the contest for the second time in their stay at Valley. -' ' I In December they sponsored the annual Christmas Formel. Throughout the Spring and on to graduation the class worked to promote better school spirit and even sponsored a belated Beanie Day during late Ian- uary. K 3 R ,.. Danny Torres pins a corsage on Jeanette Harrison at the Senior sponsored Christmas Formal in December. + ,, ,W of I969 in Varied Class Competition Senior Senate members include: Henry Ortega, Yolanda jaramillo, Evelyn Padilla, Valarie Smith, Margaret Torres, Patricia Silva, Liz Conroy, Thomasina Padilla, Midge Yoshimoto, Nora Garcia, Louise Martinez, Etta Moses, Doug Lewis, Danny Martinez. Other senate members are Louise Baca, julie Rust, Sonny Arthur, Marta Osuna, Candy Leffler, Peggy O'Conner, and Linda Conwell. Danny Martinez, president of the senior class, looks over his agenda for a meeting. Graveyard Dance Was Junior Senate Members of the junior Senate are: Barbra Olsen, Cookie Taylor, Mary Butler, james Romero, Dee Deely, Ricky Maestes, Suzanne Szemah, Sally Jaramillo, Waneta Wise, Michelle Bedeaux, Camille Chavez, Susan Shields, and Dee Dee Clark. Other members are Theresa Chavez, jerry Johnson, Mike Gonzales, Dolly Bates, Ramon Flores, Ophelia Zuniga, Steve Yazzie, Mary Ann Baca, David McCamey, Chris Houston, Peter O. Griego, Laurie LaRue, jim Vannoy, and Kay Rhodes, Cosponsors. vlain Money Raising Activity junior Senators are Janie Van Horn, Terri Serna, Evelyn Olguin, Babs Dick, Diane Rouse, Rita Rael, Nancy Cunningham, Beatrice Gonzales, Maureen Smith, Elaine Marquez, Thamer Christenalli, Betty Sisneros, Elaine Lucero, and Helen Perea. HERE TOD4Y junior Senate is the governing body of the Y junior Class. Representatives are elected from the United States History classes and serve for L the entire year. ' They have sponsored many activities through- A NR out the year including a playnite, the Graveyard Dance, and the junior Senior Prom. In raising money for the program, this organization has had candy sales, button sales, bake sales, and bottle drives. y juniors ordered their class rings in October. They had their choice of a newly designed school i U P FUR I THE OCCASIOAQ l3ORNZ200Q0oo BC DIED: ?' ring or the traditional class ring. Brenda Vfedemeyer lives it up at the junior sponsored Graveyard Dance. 42.47 Sophomore Senators are: jerry Madrid, Wilbert Augustine, Inez Hamilton, john Gabbel, Elizabeth Romero, Claudio Gonzales, Karen Ciesla, Dixie Wood, james Davalos, and Maria Romero. Senate members included: Steve Montoya, Dolores Rael, Lee Butler, Joe Almodova, Ida Baca, Janice Carmody, Lawana Venters, Emily Ortiz, and james Formhals. f s i Sophomore Senate Under able leadership the Class of '71 soon got into the spirit of things at Valley High. .X 3 After nominating jerry Peoples as their candidate for UMOC, they managed to come in second surpris- ing the juniors who finished last. In February they planned and put on the annual Sweetheart Dance. They also held several money rais- ing activities during the year includ- ing bake sales, car washes, and a Pennant sale' Sophomore Officers were: jerry Peoples, president, Dean Buck, treasurer, Emily Sanchez, secretary, Alice Chavez, student council representative, and Lucille Baca, vice-president. Tutoring Council I zf' ' i From row: Angie Chiado, Marjorie Trujillo, Kathy Lucero, Margarite Lucero. Bark row: Linda Kraus, Kathy Meyer, Mary Jaramillo, Lori Wise, Marcella Zamore, Denise Edwards. Counseling Office Aides ee,, . io,i i,.,.,e . . ai, ' K ' . - I we , f, 1 X l Elaine Greer, Camille Chavez, Diane Padilla, Marci Wolfe, Beth jahn. Sally jaramillo, Cindy Zickert, Viola Barela. DeeDee Clark. National Honor Society Raise Membership in the National Honor Society is based primarily on students' scholastic achieve- ments. Other qualifications include leadership, character, and service. The Valley Chapter sponsored the UMOC contest between the classes again this year. This year's contest raised 35465 with which the club sup- plies items the school needs. The club has bought such items as microfilm, a microfilm viewer, and a stereo-tape unit for the library. The club frequently included into their ac- tivities special guest speakers at their meetings. The guests spoke on various subjects of scholastic interest to the club members. 465 in Annual UMOC Contest H L! .E EW' amni- Q E 1" :ii pq 4 ' ' , 4 .S Qsiugr 4- l ,li ' K A ,..:.-'- z il '21 . ' K A I . J, I ,LL I va , 5 t Kneeling: Ricky Maestas and Cisco Byrn. 2nd row: Steve Yazzie, Francis Montoya, Richard Johnstone, Doug Lewis, Kyle Shew, Ramon Flores, Dan Daniels. 3rd row: David McCamey, Chris Meuli, Henry Ortega, Sonny Arthur, Mike Baca, Stan Rounds. u p A 3 J 1 va l F.C.A. Paul White fsponsorj Chris Meuli-president Stan Rounds-treasurer Ricky Maestas-secretary Cisco Byrn-vice president Mike Baca Sonny Arthur and Dou Lewis , , g attended the FCA Conference held in Colo- rado Springs, Colorado last summer. Rodeo Club The Valley High Rodeo Club, in its third year, at- tracted a large number of students. They sponsored the Third Annual Valley Invitational Rodeo during the Thanksgiving Vaca- Rodeo Club officers are: PeeWee Stevenson-Treasurer, Stan Stambaugh-President, Punky tion- Bell-Secretary, Mark Stambaugh-Second Vice-President, Bud Bell-Vice-President. ,-i.h 3331112 Rodeo Club Members are: fini row: PeeWee Stevenson, Daisy Begay, Doris Benallie, Kathy Hildebrandt, Wanda Ansley, Dottie Landess, Becky Grandia. 5!?f0?7d row: Edison Kedelty, Sandy Simms, Barbara Simms, Kenny Simms, Mr. Hodgins fsponsorj, Donna Fowler, Mr. Head fsponsorj Fin! row: Debbie Greenlee, Sandra Miller, Kay Lawrence, Punky Bell, Gale Miller, Sonya Smart, Rod johnson, Mike Brown Sgrond row: jane Terrel, Bud Bell, Kelly Lodge, Mark Stambaugh, joe Finley, Bobby Eden, Stan Stambaugh, Troy Phelan. 4-.. 1-lv ,,,,4 Members of FHA are: Maria Castillo, Esther Bernal, Marlene Weltz, reporter, and Liz Gabalclon, co-recreation leader. Sealed are: Carmen Romero, Sandra Miller, historian, Linda Garver, and Diane Chavez. Future Homemakers Have Active Year Valley's Future Homemakers of America Club was active again this year in both local and state projects. The girls' organization for home economics stu- dents. sponsored the annual "Most Beautiful Baby Contest," which provides competition between home- rooms. The project earned over 3350 this year. The money is used for projects at school and the Warren A. Smart Scholarship Fund. The girls also attended state and district meetings and participated in a national program of work which specified certain areas of study for the group. Sponsors for the group are Mrs. Dabney and Mrs. Owens, home economics and family living teachers. 86 Judy LeBlanc and a reluctant young man show fashions made by home ec students at the annual fashion show pre- sented in December. We Kathy Hildebrandt, Semof home ec Student, was named Mararite.I.ucero and her little sister model dresses made Betty Crocker Homemaker of the year at Valley and was bYMH1'831'1fe- a finalist for the New Mexico title. M f ' lm in Mun Pu may wut wsu? Modeling clothing that they made in home ec are: fflandingj Linda Garver, vice-president of FHA, Laura Lindsey, co-recreation leader, Esther Bernal, Marie Castillo, treasurer, and Diana Chavez, parliamentarian. Sealed are Carmen Romero, president, and Kris Romero, secretary. F.H.A. Beautiful Bab Contest ' J I -T , K 15 t f ,A - ' 'imiwv TTEZ2E53S'f1'1 sift? f ss ' l A fs V . ,tit 1,s,? ' :ggE:e5fa 5 'kgzrafaeekffgzfgi 1 K Lf.. f X. x xi . lst Place- A DIANE CONTRERAS if Miss Shoon's Homeroom K -' Q N ' ' . . ,4 s s , ' xl -f ff- x ' ' . EF Is- ' ' f W' ss A :Q L , t"sss A " 1 s ,:, k D o 0 ssss X X ' H 'lf 'f-f A X Q L4.'L k 1 3 K ' ..fQ':' 2 f-: -1-gr "1x1'e- " F " , Wsgs.+.3s.l -ff -jg b " M - 1 r Y ..,, . M ..s, -A "a' - ' s g : ,, , L .,,t X 2nd-DANNY TORRES Mrs. Rector's Homeroom 3rd-JOSIE LUCERO Mrs. Nuske's Homeroom .pt L to R: Bernadette Chavira, joe Lucero, Chuck Briggs, Kathy Silva, Liz Conroy, Margie Torres, Del Conroy. Officers are L to R: Joe Lucero, President, Liz Conroy, Secretary, and Kathy Silva. ational Spanish Honor Society National Spanish Honor Society is com- prised of students who are not only interested but also excel in the study of the Spanish language. Under the direction of Miss Clara Ar- retche the club mem- bers score high in competition with lan- guage students from over our area. if ' j DECA The DECA Club of Valley High is sponsored by Mrs. Hilda Majors. Be- sides going to DE conventions, includ- ing one in Houston, Texas, DECA participated in many activities which included a ban uet. Cl At riglyl, Pete Giannini, city commission chairman, speaks at a DECA banquet in the Valley High School cafeteria. DECA CLUB OFFICERS are left to figbl: Rick Readfern, Parliamentarian, Demetrio Griego, Chaplain, Audrey Martinez, Historian, Elaine Gonzales, President, Dolores Trujillo, Secretary, Velma Dow, Treasurer, Dan Torres, Photographer. Bark row: Jimmie Pineda, Photographer, Laurence Martinez, Vice President, Nick Tafoya, Vice President, Sandra Draper, Vice President, Eddie Sanchez, Photographer, and Mike Oskins, Reporter. Not pictured is joel Rael, Vice President. E ' 1 3 i is 3 Pricilla Sanchez who is state president of DECA and also a 1968 graduate of Valley speaks at the banquet here at Valley. rl iif'j,,,. Key Club Key Club is a serv- ice organization af- filiated with the par- ent organization Ki- wanis. The club serves the school and local community in any way they can. Some of the different activities in- cluded selling Christ- mas trees for a char- ity and taking boys from St. Anthony's Boys School to the Valley football games. They are also in the process of setting up a Buddy System with boys from under- privileged areas. -5:2 Key Club officers: Cisco Byrn, Secretaryg Tommy Carter, Vice-Presidentg Tim Michael, President, Doug Lewis, Treasurer. 9 Members: Back row: Kenny Simms, David McCamey, Richard Johnstone, Joey Benaurd, james Formhal. Second raw: Danny Martinez, Sonny Arthur, john Candelaria, Steve Kelly, Tommy Carter. Franz ww: Gery Navelesi, Mike Neid, Doug Lewis, Cisco Byrn, Tim Michael, Ron Tafoya, Randy Rogers, Steve Yazzie. .A.A. Valley's Gir1's Athletic Associa- tion was one of the school's most active clubs during the year. They competed against other GAAS in varied sports. The girls also raised money dur- ing the year to help present a schol- arship to a deserving member for college. GAA Officers are Eileen Cassidy, Susan Maestas, Janette Harrison, Chris Hous- ton, Linda Gonzales, Pat Montoya, and Sponsor Miss Zahm. Row 1 fk7Z66lfI1gl.' Patsy Sedillo, Dorothy Martinez and Beatrice Gonzales Standing Isabel Chavez Augustina Montoya Debbie Sandoval, Pat Montoya, Betty Hoskre Sandra Garcia and Eileen Cassidy Kneeling: Olivia Ogorek, Linda Gonzales Debbie Sandoval Eileen Cassidy Smndzng Ernie Jaramillo Dolores Maestas Carmelita Gomez. Ophelia Zuniga, Valerie Craig Chris Houston Jeanette Harrison Susan Maestas Rita Chavez Isabelle Marquez 92 Gymnastic's Club is for girls interested in learning G 0 more about this sport which is growing in popularity. The girls, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Nuske, learn how to perform many events on the side horse, trampoline, u b parallel and uneven parallel bars. Doing an exercise on the balance beam are Robin Lilley, Joan Sherred, and Donna Robinett. Performing in front of the beam are Benita DeBaca, Marilyn Alexander, and Nancy Cunningham. Ffonr row: Benita DeBaca, Lucille Baca, Sheila Hall, Nina Vigil, Frances Webb, Alice Chavez, Laura Baca, joan Ruiz, Colleen Garr1son,.and Pat Montoya Qpresidentj. Back raw: Donna Cole, Donna Robinett, Nancy Cunningham, Marilyn Alexander, Linda Takahashi, Marji Johnstone, Ophelia Zuniga, Gloria Archulete, Robin Lilley, Nancy Byrn fsecretary-treasurerj, joan Sherred, joy Montoya Qvice-presidentj. V-Club The V-Club consists of boys who have participated and lettered in the various sports at Valley. The boys ran the concession stand at the home basketball games, sold '69, '70, and '71 jerseys to the student body, and held a box sup- per. It was also expected of the boys to help keep order at the games. Officers: Doug Lewis, Sec.-Treasurer, Cal Guymon, Sponsor, Terry Weaver, President, jim Blick, Sponsor, Chris Meuli, Vice-President. n 1? L A- L A Members: From? row: Dwayne Graves, Doug Lewis, Danny Martinez, Steve McKelvy, Joe Grider. Second row: Sonny Arthur, Cisco Byrn, Mike Otero, Tim Michael, Rick Lowder Mike Baca, A. B. Simtillanes, Roger Cordova, George Maestas. Thfrd row: Chris Meuli, john Simms, Ken Killebrew, Stan Rounds, Cookie Taylor. Wilbert Augustine, Ronald Garcia, Freddy Lucero. Fourth row: David Greigo, Danny Torres, David McCamey, Ricky Maestas, Steve Yazzie, Ramon Flores, Gordon Whitely, Manuel Griego. Fifth row: Sponsors Dale Helton and Calvin Guymon, Mike Laurent, Henry Ortega, Malcolm Long, Robert Faus, Terry Weaver, jake Grandia. American Field Service The A.F.S. each year raises money to sponsor a foreign exchange student at Valley. This year Klaus Zurschmitten from Switzerland is attending under the American Field Service Program. Under the leadership of Julie Rust, president, the club has sponsored many projects such as selling Christmas cards Q 5 and candy canes to raise money for next yi year's exchange student. A.F.S. officers are: Daryn Sando, Julie Rust, Kathy Meyer, and Linda Kraus. A.F.S. members: frlandingl Stan Rounds, Richard Johnstone, Klaus Zurschmitten, Chris Meuli. Ifronij Judith Sesma, Louise Baca, Jackie Jones, Kathy Archuleta, Maryann Rios, Liz Conroy, and Pat Lampkin. Q 2 Other members: frmndingj Elaine Marquez, Margie Torres, Kathy Meyer, Linda Kraus, Debbie Sandoval, Connie Adcox, Brenda Neal, Sue Buchler, Roxanne Trout. fkneelingj Virginia Craig, jennifer Donegan, and Tanya Leonard. 95 Speech Club Speech Club members: from row: Debbie Michael, Sue Gibson, Colleen Garrison,-Kathy Silva, Michelle Ritz, Roxanne Roberts, Dolores Deely, Teddy Varoz. Bark row: Nancy Perry, Sylvia Benton, Walden Minoli, Sidney Gutierrez, Terri Serna, Walter Tauche, Connie Adcox, Michael Aaron, Abie Santillanes, Dewayne Matthews, Mark Paxton, Larry Lucas, Mr. Hodgins- sponsor. M p Valley's Speech Club con- L ,Q tinues to win the honors. At W 5 the UNM Speech Festival they won the Sweepstakes trophy. Outstanding members include -Mike Aaron and Dewayne Matthews, the cross examina- L tion-debate team, and Mary if L Ellen Rogers in Dramatic Interpretation. The officers are: Walter Tauche- Treasurer, Walden Minoli-Vice President, Terri Serna-Parliamen- tarian, Sidney Gutierrez-President, Connie Adcox-Secretary, Mike Aaron and Dewayne Matthews- Tournament Directors. Library Aides Valley High School library aides are voluntary helpers who work in the library one hour each day. The aides provide valuable assistance to the librarians. They check out books, shelve books, prepare bulletin boards, and keep the library in order. Larry Duran shown using the Readers Guide while preparing a research paper. '-.7 I S Office aids are, from row: Lauren Martinez, Susan Chavez, Zoe Ann Warren, jean Stogner, Barbara Rendon, and Diana Can- delaria. Back row: Laurie LaRue, Martha White, Donna Fowler, Nancy Ellrbee, Beverly Thornmarson, Diana Tackett. Other office aids are, from raw: Louella Tsutsumi, Lorraine Candelaria, Yvonne Anaya, Larry Duran. Back row: jane Terrel, Rose Mary Garcia. Margaret Candelaria, Eugene Firsich, Attendance Gffice Aides Franz row: Cynthia Gillispie, Patricia Lamkin, Cathy Mora, Loretta Kelly, Irene Vigil, and Jocelyn Harvey. Back row: Irene Moreno, Candy Jones, jane Hobaugh, Judy Byrnes, Ida jean Brown, Debbie Michael, Janice Carmody, Bernadette Lujan, and Pat Mikelbost. l . Prom row: JoAnn Ruiz, Betty Thomen, Mary Naranjo, Pat Montoya, Louise Padilla, and Beverly Valdez. Second row: 'Gloria Garcia, Vicki Estrada, Rita Montoya, Elizabeth Parroz, Lona Rasmusson, Hilda Olivas, JoAnn Trujillo, Lois Tate, and Bar- bara Robinson. 71 W2 1 . . l 1.rl row: Kathy Martinez, Yvonne jiminez, Cynthia Delgado, Shareen Bird. 2nd raw: jean Montoya, Madaline Stanat, Geraldine Ortega, Nora Garcia, Liz Trout, Donna Cole, Yolanda Luciani, Susan Faus, Patricia Garcia. Nurse's Office Aides 7 1 we wg Y" K, Nurse's Office Aides for this year were: kneeling: joe Carmody, Dennis Dosch, jerry Carmody, and Malcom Long. Slanding: Lynne Overmier, JoAnn Cordova, Judy Burkhead, Elizabeth Buck, Becky Carter, Marsha Houck, Adele Hein, Linda Kraus. Main Cffice Aides at . f' it Q mira 2. Wi, ,,.fmsm,, or :,yyysyy - Helping with duties in the Main Office this year are: Lois Ripley, Debra Johnson, Roxanne Trout, Debbie Williams, jennifer Donagan, Sophie Salazar, Jocelyn Harvey, and Patricia Lucero. alley High Grotto Bw-ol -l 4-4"km O Caving Club Members are: lit row: Bill Lamkin, Abie Santillanes, Alex Durant, Mike Chavez. 2nd row: Mr. Burney Talley fsponsorj, Mike Coleman fvice presidentj, Sue Rothhammer fsecretaryj, Flo Ewing Chistorianj, Liz Copeland, Lori Wise, Christine Beech ftreasurerj, Connie Kelly, Eddie Walker, Mr. Rod Lofstrom. 3rd faux' Ted Powers, Bill Baker Cpresidentj, Mike Callahan, Paul Sealey, Ed Ozolin, julia Morris. Engineering Club ,.ff"'iN 151 row: Mr. Liebert, Nancy Cunningham, Dewayne Matthews, Sidney Gutierrez, Michael Aaron, Del Gutierrez. 2nd raw: joe Buehler, George Valdez, Michael Gonzales, Ted Bandoni, john Mecklenburg, Bill Vickers, Michael Chavez. 3rd row: Marcello Ruiz, Bill Robinson, Carlos Mascarenas, Greg Malin, jim Reid, Gary Long, john Wfray, Lambert Luna. F French Club Sponsored by Miss Judy Cum- mings, the French Club is open to students interested in France and its language, people, and customs, Most of the members are en- rolled in French at Valley, Among activities planned for the year were a progressive dinner of French cui- sine, reading of French literature and other social events. French Club officers are Louise Baca, president, janet johnson, vice president, Denise Garrison, treasurer, Connie Ad- cox, secretary, and Miss Commings, sponsor. 2 M +.4 --.-.. G I f I f : Q ,.naa Members are Babs Dick, Michele Ritz, Nancy Perry, Richard Johnstone, Terri Hutchison, and Patricia Lamkin. Other members of the French Club are Nancy Cunningham, Sue Gibson, Elizabeth Copeland, Julie Rust, Mary Ann Rios, and Deryn Sando. fi .wmv iii i z -aw' fm, I , ' R , Ui, l 1 l 7 T. , ,X . I -3,2 L uf' to A' All 1,7 If 'vit . Ji XL M 1- , , f Wi, . awww: K' " - 'M fg, - ,ffl Drama Club members: Chuck Briggs, Colleen Garrison, Cora Garcia, Mike Grider, Darlene Garcia, Babs Dick, Pam New- ton, Pat Yoshimoto, Peggy Whitely, Lee Campbell, Beverly Roybal, Ann Chavez, Margret Pittman, Susie Sanchez, Isabel Marquez, Rita Chavez, Kay Ashley, Mike Callahan, Ed Ozlin, Linda Smith, Debbie Sandoval, Manuel Herrera, Lori Wise, Liz Copeland, Roger Lucero, Debbie Fulton, Yolanda Jaramillo, Richard Johnstone, David XXHIII, Fred Lucero, Laddie Stribling, Camille Chavez, William Lamkin, Karen Perea, Brenda Clark, Lina Matthews, Betty Tunnell, Vikki Ratliff, Michelle Exum, Martha Davis, Susan Sheilds. Drama Club The Drama Club sponsored by Mr. Dee Masters, is one of the more active groups at Val- ley. They stage numerous pro- ductions throughout the year, and each one requires a lot of time and hard work. 51 f',:f"'-,, 1' The Drama Club officers are Mike CaristoAPresident, Vice Pres- H ident-jeff Anstine, Sergeant-ab Arms-Abie Santianellas, Treasurer --Theresa Garcia, Secretary-Histo- rian-Debbie Michael, Points Sec- E Vs- retarykDenise Garrison, Sponsor . ,. ,Mm A V -Mr. Masters. FFA Chapter members are, fini row: Kirby Gurley, David Ayers, i0w.' Stan Stambaugh, Joe Finley, Kirk Natzke, Mike Brown, Gene Garcia, Richard Durant, Sheldon Null. Serond row: Rod Kelly Lodge. Inset: Kay Sims, attendantg Punky Bell, FFA Johnson, Troy Phelan, Bill Bates, Lee Wright, Bud Bell. Third , Sweetheart. ' -:v'5'l 'M Also members are: john Templeton, Mark Stambaugh, Dusty Welch, Ken Armenta, Shane Beer, Greg Natzke, jim McBroom, Gary Gibson, Gary Wright. Orchestra 111 row: Jody Gray, judy Gray, Paul Olecksiew, Sandi Brown, Theresa Rae Harris, Marie Cordova, Eric McAnelly, Theodore A. Powers. 2nd raw: Wynona Brown, Regan Ramberg, Carol Mayfield, Cathy Myers, Martha Ramirez, Gloria Sandoval, Nancy Perry, Cathy Glaser, Teddy Varoz, Ed Ozolin. 3rd row: Miss Carol Mignot Unstructorj. f "L ,dk All State Orchestra-Jody Gray, Judy Gray. Instructor-Miss Carol Mignot. scum a 7.3 Ha 7' fe? . rm? Ei.. F. tw Drum Majorette: Margaret Perea. Vikettes: Margaret Vigil, Evelyn Olguin, Jeanette Harrison, Jennifer Donegan, Rita Apodaca, Margaret Perea fHead Vikettej, Pearl Maes, Connie Simones, Lucy Chavez, Evelyn Padilla. lf! row: Darrell Shideler, Randy Reno, Gene Atencio, Mike Chavez, Larry Martinez, Mavis McLean, Don Williams. 2nd row: Gary Barth, Suzi Howill, Alan Matti- son, Patsy Sedillo, Ana Lopez, Kay Holmen, Wilma Everett. 3rd row: Melvin Chavez, Mary Webb, George Gutierrez, Jesse Valdez, Raymond Caballero, Mike Vigil, Rick Maestas. 4119 row: Les Olive, Mike Foster, Steve Muller, Jim Byrd, Richard Garriott, Stanley Keswater. jlb row: joseph Alderette, Agustina Montoya, David Gardner, Steve Martin, Harry Riffenburg, Steve Hooper. 6111 row: Bill Frizzell, Herman Maesta, joel Gay, Dean Buck, Aileen Howard. 7th row: Gloria Garcia, james Phillips, Bryan Holmes, Ted Savadra, Victor Libo, Ted Montoya. -8111 row: Wes Dixon, Tom Scherf, Mark Gay, Janet Wise, Douglas Ball, Vincent Chacon, john Miers. Marching l Band and Vikettes Top L lo R: jennifer Donegan, Pearl Maes, Rita Apodaca, Margaret Torres, Connie Simoes. Bottom L to R: Evelyn Padilla, Lucy Chavez, Janette Harrison, Evelyn Olguin, Margaret Vigil. G Y, , "" 1 'F' .. . 95" "" ' if l - ,,,fe"' xg. CONCERT BAND: Fin! raw: Kay Holman, Klaus Zurschmitten, Wilman Everett, Gloria Garcia, Alan Mattison, Suzi Howell, Bonnie Holmes. 2nd row: Joann Montoya, Connie Simoes, Anna Lopez, Patsy Sedillo, Ray Caballero, Mike Foster, Gary Barth, Mike Vigil, Steve Mueller, Steve Mirabal, Stan Keswater, George Gutierrez, Mark Martinez. 3rd raw: Bryan Holmes, Mike Garcia, Jim Phillips, Leslie Olive, Vincent Chacon, Ted Montoya, Victor Libo, Tim Averett, Wes Dixon, Ted Saavadra, Steve Martin, Jim Burd, Doug Ball, Mark Gay, Ian Wise, Aileen Howard, Herman Maestas, joel Gay, Harry Riffenburgh, Steve Hooper, Joe Alderete, Don Leach, jim Reid. Back, Smnding: Eugene Atencio, jim jones, Donnie Palmer, Glen Corley, Margaret Perea, Mr. Pearce. ' Q' DANCE BAND: Piano-Margaret Perea. IJ! row: Gary Barth, Mike Foster, Stan Keswater, Mark Martinez, Mel Romero, George W Gutierrez, Klaus Zurschmitten. 2nd row: Les Olive, jim Phillips, Mike Garcia, Bryan Holmes. 3rd: Steve Hooper, Don Leach, Au.State: Steve Mirabmjanetwise jim Reid, Dave Gardner, Drummer-Glenn Corely, Teacher: Mr. Pearce. IO6 BRIAN HOLMES-Drill Captain MIKE FOSTER-Drill Captain MARGARET PEREA-Drum Majorette PEP BAND MEMBERS: From row: jim Reid, joe Alderete, Harry Riffenburgh, Dean Buck, Joel Gay, Bonnie Holmes, Susan Howell. 2nd raw: Gary Barth, Steve Mueller, Ray Caballero, Mike Vigil, jo Ann Montoya, Wilma Everett, Kay Holmen. Smnding up: Mike Foster, Drummer-Gene Atencio. Bark row: Mark Gay, Les Olive, jim Phillips, Mike Garcia, Bryan Holmes, Wes Dixon, john Miers. fi li Concert Choir Valley's Choral group's year was highlighted by a trip to the Eastern New Mexico Choral Festival in Portales. Other activities also filled the year with excitement including several concerts, all-state concert, as- semblies, and many others. Christmas concerts included the evening program, assembly, and one at Coronado Shopping Center. Four Valley Chorus members made all-state and participated in the all-state festival held at the University of New Mexico in lanuary. Headlining the Spring activities was the Chorus' presentation of the hit musical "Call Me Madam." After two months of practice the production was given in March. I08 1.rl row: Patti Cohenour, Janette Futrell, Janie Clausen, Thomasine Padilla, Val Smith, Bernice Rinehart, Cheryl Todd, Mary jaramillo, Kathy Raines. 2nd raw: Sue Scurlock, Mary Comyford, Grady Howard, Mike Maestas, Jim Vickers, Denise Rinehart, Debbie Betsworth, Mr, Robert Sheets-Director. 3rd raw: Cheryl Brinkley, Madaline Stanat, Louie Brown, Gil Sanchez, Andy Motto, Sammie Mosher, Barbara Olson. 41h row: Donita Haywood, Linda Smith, Mike Coleman, john jameson, Ken Spivey, Greg Cordova, Robert Lucero, Gloria Blake, Chris Houston. All-state Chorus members are Patricia Cohenour, Mike Coleman, julia Smith, and Denise Rinehart. ...M Mixed Chorus Girls' Chorus ' 1 2 f 2 t .J- as 1. .M Hi f Fin! row: Judith Sesma, Judy Caldwell, Mary Lou Lujan, Dolores Martinez, Teresa Sanchez, Debra Johnson, Jeanette Harrison, Albita Sanchez, Grace Yazzie. Second row: Diana Thorn, Emily Lovato, Maria Baca, Teddy DeI-ao, Cledith Clay, Toby Pohl, Julia Smith, Cheryl Brooks, Fay Korte. Third faux' Antonette Cortez, JoAnn Santillanes, Toni Scruggs, Mac Suazo, Tommie Besson, George Gracber, Merry Flynn, Thea Rogers, Nancy Eavenson, Donna Baca. Fourlb rauf: Frances Leyba, Gayle Ligtfoot, Ellanie Sampson, Robert Johnson, John Garcia, Richard Martinez, Orlando Lucero, Elizabeth Begaye, Joan Donoghue, and Christine Chavez. Fiizrf four Rosie Sandoval, Kathy Griego, Yvonne Anaya, Melba Besson, Ersilia Velasquez, Kathy Gonzales. Second roux' Daisy Begay, Louise Thompson, Rene Gurule, Flora Trujillo, Evelyn Garcia, Mary McCoy. Third 1'0llf'.' Linda Gatewood, Sandy Simms, Sinforasa Anaya, Nancy Martine, Ida Padilla, and Evangeline Gonzales. Girls' Advanced Chorus IJ! row: Barbara Spivey, Jacqueline Felty, Sharon Elaine Gonzales, Linda Gabaldon, Judy Coe, Mona Luciani. 2nd row: Bernadette Lujan, Nancy jones, Anita Wells, Pat Yoshimoto, Peggy Whitely, Paula Glennon, Barbara Rendon, Ann Mon- toya. 3rd row: Martha White, Lois Tate, Dorothy Henry, Susan Morgan, Marsha Berlint, Janice Flowers, Sue Harkins, Louisa Lucero, Pat Contreras. 4112 row: jackie Upshaw, Susan Pennybacker, Betty Eavenson, Tanya Pickrel, Shelley Clark, Patty Brinkley, Vanessa Martinez, Jane Hobaugh, Yvonne Hodgson. B i 4 Accompanists Assisting with the choral groups this year were: Tomisina Padilla, Cheryl Todd, Vanessa Martinez, Kathy Raines, Denise Reinhart, Kim Eastham, Paula Glennon, Melba Besson, and Mary Cornyford. I0 Ski Club Ski Club once again made its annual trip to Durango, Colorado, to ski at the Purgatory area. Another trip was planned for Santa Fe as well as numerous trips to Sandia. Meetings included guest speakers and films on ski areas and techniques. At left are Ski Club officers: Mark Reineke, president, jirn Vannoy, sponsor, Judy Caldwell, vice-president, Marci Wolf, treasurer, Larry Caudill, sponsor, Babs Dick, secretary, and , , , Sandra Shoon, sponsor. Silling: Anne Harriman, Mike Meek, Charles Tixier, Laddie Stribbling, David Griego. Smnding: Donna Morrow, Terri Michaels, Sue Scurlock, Fran Cordova, Dolly Bates, janet Herndon, Cathy Sisneros, Rita Rael, Rodney DeVilliers, Liz Pike, Nanci Nichols, Barbara Olsen, Klaus Zurschmitten, Lynette Meuli, Parker Sando, Chris Dilatush, Harry Riffenburg, Barbi Miller, and Mar- garet Ussexy. me aosrfifi 1 ' 14 4- Sizling: Martin Sullivan, Steve Evangel, john Hunt, john Gardner, and Chuck Briggs. Slmzdingf Lou Ann Evangel, Susan Wilmarth, Molly Sparks, Linda Carlson, Cary Bowclich, Kathy Teague, jerry Doughtery, Coleen Kelly, Victor Libo, Peggy Gorham, K . Y b w 4 C? an -fl .1-""' L. -A-1 i. Athletics 1968 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: lffon! fowl Wayne Harlen, Mark Rineke, Danny Martinez, jim Inboden, Sam Rigsby Manuel Griego, Francis Byrn, Chris Meuli, Doug Lewis, Ken Killebrew. fxetond fowl Roy Ashly, Steve Montoya, Mike Baca Rick Maestas, Francis Montoya, Roger Cordova, Leo Gutierrez, Robert Faus, Joe Trujillo, Terry Weaver. fzhifd fowl john Simms Mike Nunez, Ramon Flores, Mike Laurent, Monte Reyos, Cuney Taylor, joe Leyba, Mike Sanchez, Dwayne Graves Viking quarterback Monte Reyos C213 dives unsuccessfully for the Hilltopper end zone in the 0-20 loss. Dewayne Graves 1835 moves in too late to help block on the play. 1968 SEASON RECORD Final Record 2-7 vurzh muh Coach Ken Ogden, Head Coach Paul White, Mike Gonzales, Mgr., Mike Cordova, V Cordova, jerry Peoples, David Anderson, joe Chavez, Malcom Long, Jeff Rogers, Danny e, Steve Evangle, Gordon Whitely, Mgr., Coach Bill Sord, Coach jim Blick. Vikings Win Two Games, Drop Seven During I968 Under the guidance of head coach Paul White and assistants Jim Blick and Bill Sord, Valley's Vikings completed the 1968 season with the same record as last year's team, 2-7. Opening their season with two of the state's toughest teams, the Vikes lost to Roswell Goddard and Sandia. Then the Vikings won their first game of the season slipping past Gallup 20-12. Following their initial victory, Valley slumped into a six game losing streak. The Vikings dropped games to Rio Grande, Los Alamos, Del Norte, Manzano, and West Mesa. In their final game, Valley upset the favored AHS Bulldogs 20-16 to climb into seventh place in the final city standings. AHS fin- ished last with a 1-7-1 record. In the city football standings Sandia, Manzano, and High- land were again the powers. However, the state power again was Artesia. Cookie Taylor 1251 heads down the sideline for a gain against Sandia. 6 Roswell Goddard 14 0 Sandia 26 20 Gallup 12 0 Rio Grande 14 O Los Alamos 20 7 Del Norte 40 7 Manzano 41 6 West Mesa 33 20 Albuquerque 16 7 '57 3 fa 'v v w if Q 'I 5 fs 1 RAMON FLORRES, MONTE REYOS, Guard Quarterback RICK MAESTAS, JOE LEYBA, Tailback Halfback Va1ley's Sonny Arthur f87J bats down a pass inteinded for Sandia's Rick Harrelson in the Vikings 0-26 loss to the District 2-AA champions. sky Maestas takes off around end for a long gain in the kings game against Sandia's Matadors. CUNEY TAYLOR MIKE SANCHEZ Halfback Tackle i JOE TRUJILLO ROY ASi-ILY ROBERT FAUS FRANCIS MONTOYA Guard Halfback Halfback Guard MALCOM LONG DAVID ANDERSON DEWAYNE GRAVES JOE CHAVEZ Guard End End Halfback STEVE EVANGLE JERRY PEOPLES MIKE NUNEZ MIKE LAURENT Tackle Halfback Center Quarterback l -me ' ' .1 1- -in ll I wif...---"" JOHN SIMMS MIKE CORDOVA MIKE BACA STEVE MONTOYA Center Halfback Halfback Hglfback vi .J 1, fy sri? .fi I in Danny Martinez 1825, Ricky Maestas, and Roger Cordova f62j converge on the Hilltopper ball carrier in the game played Milne Stadium on October 5. IIB I 1 Manuel Griego 1792 brings down a Sandia ball carrier in Valley's second game of the season, Danny Hice and a Roswell Goddard player fight for a pass during the Vikes opening game. J, Q My 1 L ' 1968 NORSEMEN: Kfronl f01l'j Richard Shimennas, Allan Lewis, john Hunt, Matt Sanchez, Danny Montano, Alex Martinez, Tom Arellano, Gap Silva, Anthony Montoya. fremnd rowj Mike Kainz, Regan Trout, Bill Arroyo, john McGovern, Claudie Gonzales, Mike Chavez, Gil Najar, Danny Baker, Geary Robinson, Richard Estrada, jim Rupp. Klbird fowl Coach Bill Stead- man, jeff Rogers, Mike Nunez, Steve Montoya, Steve Evangle, Dwayne Graves, John Sims, David Anderson, Malcom Long, Jerry Peoples, Ray Cordova, Mike Laurent, Mike Cordova, Joe Chavez, Coach Dale Helton. Norsemen Win Two NORSEMEN'S RECORD 0 Manzano 28 Valley's Norsemen or junior Varsity struggled to a season's record 7 Sapta1Fe 7 of two wins, five losses, and one tie under the direction of two new 0 H'gh and 20 coaches, Bill Steadman and Dale Helton. 19 Albuquerque 13 With perhaps the best group of sophomores at Valley in recent years, 3 1136? Norte 10 the Norsemen were plagued with injuries and the fact that many of 6 Rfoegrande 23 their members were quickly promoted to the Varsity team. 20 Menaul 12 Season's Total 2-5-1 II9 K Q Harriers Fin Members of the Cross-Country team are: Harry K ish Fifth in District asuse, Ray Candelaria, and Wilbert Augustine. Kbark rowj Coac Doughty, David McCamey, Steve Yazzie, George Maestas, Steve McKelvy, and A. B. Montoya. h jim its B. MONT OYA STEVE YAZZIE A. 2 Year Letterman 2 year Letterman STEVE MCKELVY HARRY KASUSE 2 year Letterman 2 year Letterman RAY CANDELARIA GEORGE MAESTAS DAVID MCCAMEY WILBERT AUGUSTINE 2 year Letterman 1 year Letterman 2 year Letterman 1 year Letterman E 6. F B-Team Cross-Country members are: Maurice Thompson, Edison King, Rudolph Barber, Dennis Davis, and David Ortiz. Kfront rowj Danny Lucero, and Ronald Garcia. Jerry Peoples gets in a scramble for a rebound in the Vall Sandia game. ey- fl 4 Henry Ortega grimaces as he steals the ball from Pius X Sartan. i gs i MIKE NEID-Senior MAURICE OLGUIN-Senior 1969 Varsity Basketball Team: ffronl fowl Calvin Guymon, john Gilliam, Henry Ortega, Maurice Olguin, Ray Cordova, john Candelaria, Cookie Taylor, Dick Fox. Kbaclf rowj Dale Helton, jerry Peoples, joe Sanchez, Mike Neid, Sonny Arthur, Lee Butler, Rick Lowder, and Claudio Gonzales. ikings Placed Sixth Beginning the season with the prospect of being a contender for the District 2-AA and City championship, Valley's Vikings were relegated to an also-ran status for the first time in recent memory. After evening their season at 4-4 early in January, the team had a long losing streak. However, they rallied to win two games at the University of Albuquerque Tournament and won the consolation bracket. These two wins were followed by an- other five game losing streak and the Vikings record dipped to 6-13. In their next to last game they snapped the streak with a 79-59 win over Rio Grande. Sixth seeded in the District 2-AA tourna- ment, Valley was not expected to see action in this year's State Tournament. West Mesa and Highland were rated as the number one and two teams in the city. john Candelaria drives around a Del Norte defender as Sonny Arthur looks on. Lllll 1 fu X. 'T' 4 A LEE BUTLER-Sophomore RICK LOWDER-Senior Nied scores 2 for the Vikings SEASON RECORD Valley Del Norte 52 Valley Farmington 104 Valley St. Pius 65 Valley Rio Grande 47 Valley West Mesa 64 xv I Valley Santa Fe 78 fi A F fx Valley Del Norte 55 Q if Valley Los Alamos 71 Valley Sandia 51 Valley AHS 66 Valley Highland 77 Valley West Mesa 68 YS- Valley Rio Grande 63 N K Valley Los Lunas 52 Valley Manzano 61 Valley West Mesa 70 Valley AHS 55 Valley Manzano 47 Valley Sandia 77 Valley Rio Grande 59 Valley Highland 64 Sonny Arthur and Mike Neid fight for a rebound with several St. Pius players in a heartbreaking loss, 64-65. Norsemen and Sophomores Record Losing Seasons .Ci l NORSEMEN: Franz row: jamie Romero, Teddy Ortega, Lloyd Lampkin, Kyle Shew, Greg Cordova, Manuel Pino, Gap Silva. Bark row: Claudio Gonzales Qmgrj, Jackie jaramillo, Brent Neal, Mike Nunez, john Simms, Bill Arroyo, Phillip Garewood, Coach Dale Helton. .5 Q i C- X i . e 7 , - ' 1 H ,rr , ws- ff , , ff , ,. , , f-.,., --,, ,, , -gpg, ,,, ff ,. ., , v 'Y Y A tli rteerflee ,a i ' 'W' ' ' "', r, v , rw ' 1' 1 ' T W I A ' ,-fir - SOPHOMORE TEAM: Frou: row: Claudio Gonzales Cmgrj, Sam Candelaria, Maurice Thompson, Richard Blackbird, Gap Silva, Manuel Pino, Coach Dale Helton. Burk ww: Mike Nunez, Bill Arroyo, john Simms, Jessie Valdez, Richard Estrada, Craig Callahan, Reagan Trout. 'K District 1AA Champion, Art Sierra works for another pin in his regular se:ison's record of13-1. I 5 RAY CABELLERO-95 ART SIERRA MIKE FOSTER-153 DISTRICT CHAMPION 2nd District 2nd in State 4th in State hh 1969 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM: Bollom row: Mike Foster, George Maestas, Herman Gomez, Gil Sanchez, Art Sierra, Ray Caballero. Top raw: Coach Bob Blag, jake Grandia, J. C. Bowerman, Randy Brown, Robert Villescas, Richard Montoya, Mike Sanchez and Assistant Coach Bill Steadman. Wrestlers Take Fifth in State Mike Sanchez, Valley's Heavyweight wrestler grapples with his Manzano opponent. Valley's wrestling team finished their season with a third place in district and fifth in state after completing their regular season with a six win, nine loss, one tie recordf In Coach Bob Blaggs first year as head coach, Valley had three District 2-AA champions in Art Sierra, jake Grandia, and Mike Sanchez. Mike Fos- ter took a second. With only four wrestlers, the Vikings managed to place fourth in state behind Albuquerque High, Farmington, and Carlsbad. Early in the season Valley placed third in the Los Alamos Invitational Tournament. For the first time the annual Public Schools Christmas tourna- ment was not held. ValIey's team does warm-up exercises before its victory over Del Norte's Knights. --M , f MIKE SANCHEZ-Heavyweight DISTRICT CHAMPION 2nd in State HERMAN GOMEZ- JAKE GRANDIA-138 DISTRICT CHAMPION 3rd in State J. C. BOXVERMAN-145 GIL SANCHEZ-112 RANDY BROWN-154 j , ,J RICHARD MONTANO-175 Ray Candelaria rides his Manzano opponent who is working for an escape. I3l w Herman Gomez rides his man for valuable time points in one of Valley's sixteen dual matches. ROBERT VILLESCAS-165 RAY CANDELARIA-127 'D' Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley 'tN....,,s,. ' 1969 SEASON RECORD Sandia 32 Santa Fe 3 Albuquerque High 35 Manzano 38 Highland 28 Rio Grande 35 Del Norte 15 West Mesa 19 Albuquerque Academy 21 Sandia 24 Albuquerque High 29 Del Norte 14 Highland 21 Manzano 29 Rio Grande 34 West Mesa 18 Season Dual Record 6-9-1 GEORGE MAESTASi112 1 uw B-TEAM WRESTLERS are: From raw: Art Olivas, Don NViIliams, joe McGovern, Matt Sanchez, james Valdez. Bark row: Coach Bill Steadman, Don Kauffman, Mark Condit, Robert Elder, Mike Lujan, Swim Team Improves Record viii awww Z A f 1?-if-i'o Front row: Brian Holmes, Mark Gay, Eugene Firsich, Eddie Chavez, jim jones, Laddie Stribling. Second mul: joel Gay, Richard Wood, Alex Martinez, Walden Minoli, Tim Davidson, Lesley Olive, Bud Bell. Bark wuz' Bjorn Loftfield, Mike Gar- rett, Greg Davidson, Norman Loftfield, Charles Harvel, du Charles Harvel heads for the finish line during a meet. Eddie Chavez practices his diving technique. Mark Gay, a second year man on the diving squad, demonstrates his form from the high dive. Goff in Third Year as Swimming Coach Coach Russell Goff's swimmers in their third year of competition continued to improve their record this year. 1' Helped by the fact that Valley is the only high school in Albuquerque to have its own pool, the team has fared better each year. Although still outclassed by such perennial powers as Highland High and Farmington, Valley seemed to be gaining stature. Alex Martinez, heads for the finish line in the butterfly race at one of the swim meets. Greg Davidson, Charles Harvel, Mark Gay, Laddie Stribling, and Alex Martinez dive in to take a few practice laps around the pool. l35 ii I 4 Q . . 4. 5, JQW The track team members are: Fri. faux' Ramon Flores, Danny I-lice, Chris Meuli, Dennis Davis, Mike Baca, Timmy Michael, Stew Mclielxcy, Davitl McCamcy, Russ johnson, Edison King, 2114! wuz' Cisco Byrn, Ken Killchrew, Manuel Griego, Rick Lowtler, Mike Otero, joe Gricler, Tony Cordoxa, Oscar ., ,Q I. Eg -'W' I , pM.,a4w ' l COACHES AND MANAGERS: Coach Jim Blick, Mike Gon zales, Ronald Garcia, Coach jim Doughty. 'X if - A F if-, . S 1+ ima 'ii it C X5 V, 4 L, A L T 1257, - v' ' ' i i , yogi. : S 1, .. 0 2 S - 7 I .i K i-K, W K oach jim Doughty. Bark raw: Virgil Dixon, Martin Serna, Jhn Pucetti, Michael Kainz, Reagan Trout, jesse Valde7, :eve Evangle, David Harris, Richard Johnstone, Dwayne ?raves. ,, YN'xf A . 9 I Y, 5 V., Q 3 A A af' Sprinrers-DENNIS DAVIS, DANNY HICE, RUSS JOHNSON, ,Q ZJ ' 1 . ,,.i 1 RI 4 T ,, i,iV, , L Q f M' fr ,Z V aiaafriii irii -Su.,-....-.-..--Q .. ...,..f.. he i, ,,,... , V A 'A .., W X. . Ng, If Sprinter--TIM MICHAELS " 1 5 S va H' fi -r , 4 g Huh jumper Sophomore Trackmen are: Franz faux' joe Chavez, john Miklebost, Steve Montoya. Bark row: RICK LOWDER Reagan Trout, David Harris, jesse Valdez, Richard Hood. sr- New members on the team are: Front raw: Manuel jaramillo, Don Palmer, Mike Chavez. Bark 7'01,l'.' john Puccetti, Mike Kainz, Richard Johnstone. Cris Meuli hurls the discus. H -gg -.as-5 New members on the team are: Fmzzz row: George Maestas, john Hunt, Virgil Dixon. Bark row: Mark Serna, Steve Evangel, Dwayne Graves. QW NH ' li: 'wggeagl , we , V X Q I... 1' s I i 'a - W, 5, l X ,V Weightnien are Ramon Flores, the discus and - I CISCO Bvffifhe Shofpuf' : f .... ,......... Distance men are: Ray Candelaria, Steve Yazzie, Edison King. l38 1969 TRACK SCHEDULE March Valley-Rio Grande-Manzano Milne March Valley-Sandia-West Mesa Milne March City Meet Milne March Valley-Farmington-Manzano Wilson April Valley-West Mesa Milne April Roswell Invitational Roswell April Capitol City Relays Santa Fe May Valley-Del Norte Milne May District 2-AA Meet Albuquerque May State AA Meet Hobbs Runners STEVE MCKELVEY, MIKE BACA, COOKIE TAYLOR. DAVID MLCAMEY MIKE OTERO JOE GRIDER TONY CORDOVA ' 1 '-nav' E ' 'fr ' I is f K ' 1 :11'x,,",,,., "jl "rei-tf iigf ff ffvwtiff' A M " ' ,w ' ' " f , 43 A', -' , ,fe , wb , x. ' -3 xv" 1 , ir" "' 1 we ieeii . , r,,,M,f:-,X A ' L- 5 ' ff' ' I ... ,. , bf' N , . fi 1969 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM are L lo R: Roy Fellion, Anderson, Ben juarros, Gil Najar, Danny Carillo, Roglj Doug Lewis, Stan Rounds, Danny Martinez, Terry Xveaver, Cordova. 3rd faux' Larry Romero, Hurry Folkman, Dan Malcolm Long, David Naranjo. 2nd raw: Mike Laurent, David ROGER CORDOVA . . . Catcher DANNY MARTINEZ . . . Second Base L, BasebaH Teal Iontano, Alex Martinez, Raymond Hershey, jimmy Vernon, TERRY WEAVER Pitcher rank Leon, Gorden Whiteley, Coach Bill Sord. Ioped for Return to State Tourney STAN ROUNDS . . . First Base 1969 BASEBALL SCHEDULE March 1 1 Albuquerque High March 15 Gallup QZJ March 18 West Mesa March 22 Santa Fe March 25 Del Norte April 3 Highland April 8 Albuquerque High April 1 1 Sandia April 15 Rio Grande April 18 Highland April 22 Del Norte April 25 Manzano April 29 West Mesa May 2 Rio Grande May 6 Sandia May 9 Manzano May 17 District Tournament May 23-24 State Tournament Baseball Team Competes With Seve Returning Baseball Letterman-Terry Wfeaver, Danny Martinez, Doug Lewis, David Naranjo, Roger Cordova, Stan Rounds. sf 1 R R' HENRY ORTEGA-lst Base DOUG LEWIS-2nd Base Dther City Schools for District Crown Q i lo 3 is MIKE NEID-Pitcher DAVID NARANJO-outfield BEN JUARROS-Cafcher JOHN SIMMS-Catcher MIKE LAURENT-Pitcher MALCOLM LONG-Catcher YYQQD . Ls. Golf Team Members are Coach Crocco DeVilliers, Frank Berg, AUQIOHY CUNY- Golf Team 1969 SCHEDULE March 3 Albuquerque High March 5 Rio Grande and Manzano March 7 Del Norte March 18 Rio Grande and West Mesa March 19 Sandia and Highland March 25 Manzano and Academy March 26 West Mesa and Albuquerque High March 28 Academy Invitational April 8 Rio Grande and Manzano April 14 Del Norte and Albuquerque High April 15 Highland and Manzano April 16 Manzano and Rio Grande April 23 Sandia April 25 Paradise Hills Invitational May 2 F. M. Wilson Relays May 9 District ZAA Tournament May 16-17 N.M. High School Championships RODNEY DeVILLIERS- Senior Letterman , Lloyd Mattingly, jimmy Maes, Frank Varela, Dennis DeVilliers, Rodney .XX HKLX . .N .L .X X., K K .ls ,, MZ, 'K 4 tifbff -u fi My , 4 -.,, ,J ir ,Vi ,. . -i':,2..D,4. ,.a.i. fi , 'I , Q, 7' E., , N' fn' XXX A 4, s t f , x H I , 1 P I I J K gt .S -L X NX . ,gk xx X he-59 .. I ,.1 .f .. mv- W 4 , ik ,, PM . ,.' -- 1-y -si' Q ws. EA-emi. . 1 'n 1 . af' K K sigh . ,. av. rv, L , . Q' -1 . 1.-aa,,,,7 1 , .v ,LM - ff... M -ow '.- ' -4m'2"'X'v ..,41t,,,.....J,N .A ,,-- , ' 'ns-f jIMMY MAES-junior Letterman u Q ff'xm,- Q DENNIS DSVILLIERS-Sophomore ,,.., LLOYD MATTINGLY-junior Letterman Tennis Team With six returning lettermen, Valley's tennis team had high hopes to improve their record over that of last year. Valley will host their opponents on the newly built Valley courts. The schedule for the team was: TENNIS SCHEDULE March 6 at Rio Grande March 1 1 Albuquerque High March 13 at Manzano March 18 at Sandia March 21 City Tournaments March 25 at Highland March 27 at Del Norte April 1 at West Mesa April 8 Rio Grande April 15 at Albuquerque High April 17 Manzano April 22 West Mesa April 24 Sandia April 25 Albuquerque Relays April 29 Del Norte May 1 Highland May 9-10 District Tournament May 16-17 State Tournaments I46 as OPI-l as YD P1 On-4 - cn '11 sd QE .... mm 5-e O Z!! M p-.O GH T! N 2:1 QC! EQ " C-' ge 5-LJ' G5 Hz- ,fb C-' UGS? 5-5 .. 512' pu: n D-99 59. F03 Ez yon 'I29 G2 57.9. S -155 HE Q0 R 535 Z U? S U -52 II.-. UQQ. C 3? 531 " rv O U? 2' 5.2 Rl me 5,-2 UQ O9 K O D an -2 ,..,-,,,....,..-.., f' lla 1 BRUCE MI LLER- Senior Letterman H Miki!! 1? ,J 4: 'mr 1 S gf' DAVID SHELTON- ' Senior Letterman JIM SMID- junior Letterman -...N DANNY TORREZ- DON AUGUSTINE- DAVID GRIEGO- Senior Letterman junior Letterman 591'li0r Letterman 'GSP -. . fig T1 r.. rw V", Ir' Il I- ,- fl ak ,fl . gf . ' . 1' 1 XI,-, II-f , . 'P I+' "' ,, . r .Q X' x I , wif X 7 511'- Q 4 f 4-5. N 10+ N r 1' , 1 I 1 'V fr- N 04. 1 . ,Q I ' . Q f , 3- ' f ' .1 52- I II I I' IIFIM- I . I 1,-jg .. rvv I I 4 1 A ,,b . ' Qs 3 ' f .. 4.4 . If . f, A - vffj ' - m9.va'v ' .--' - if- y J' '- '. " i I, MX . lf I A 1,51 ' N" f' I I .'- ,I I 'Q . ' I if ' I 15 -x , ' 1 -I I . It AIII , ' I " gg I U ' . m .J ' X '- ' I rv. x. ' , ka, ' I I 1 'If - 'N In f -- 0 "' , Y I , I . - . 'I I I I. I I I ' ' 7 ' - M . 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' I Activities 9 .v"' ll edt-fa H ' th ' u 'H' X, yy . gy .,.,g5a5,s,-Qt? . Nu A"' .if W Mmm -M M , me . . if V, .t A . V . - W 1 , ,,,.,w V V- U. . -. Valley's Tony Cordova and Steve Yazzie run well in an early season cross-country meet with Highland and Albuquerque High. New Principal Guides Valley Into l th Year Summer's fun ended on September 3 when Valley students returned to begin another year. Soon they were swept up into another year of furious activity. Seniors and underclassmen received books, schedules, lockers and began new classes. Activity tickets went on sale and Valley's Vikings began their fifteenth season. Underclassmen had their pictures taken for the 1699 SAGA, class rings were chosen, and class elections were held on State Fair Day. Buses of students accompanied the foot- ball team and bancl to Gallup and Valley's first victory of the season. 'X Mal.. Registration begins for many with long lines for schedu who owe fines. Sf .az les and those .nl s September's Activities Registration Football Roswell Goddard .,,,..,, 11-B-team Cheerleader Tryouts 13-Football-Sandia 20-Class Elections State Fair Day Football at Gallup 21-Birthday Dance 27-Football-Rio Grande 28-CC Meet at Western Skies xg 4 . September saw Valley open under a completely new administration of Mel Gonzales, Dave White, and Bert Everett. il """'.t-.Li l i' I :y,. izi I Z 1 joan Trujillo, Hilda Olivas, and Diane Vigil catch up on the latest gossip as enrollment lines move slowly along. ., l..1. i1 ,Ian -2 52 - 1 v ff Q i f 'QQ 1 41 ,3 O N ft, vi ' la Q." f- si Homecoming I 968 1968 HOMECOMING COURT: Judy Caldwell, Katie Lucero, Donna Morrow, Pearl Maes, Rick Lowder, Liz Pike, David Griego, Lucy Chavez, Etta Moses, Randy Rogers, Carmen Romero, Pam Wingo, Jean Griego, and Ellen Lewis 7'1.'Z-a- " stir, A gi-lil? WW sf. Charles Tixier and Susan Simpson work late into the night on the gym decorations. I 'M fm! iligjffrjl , if! . J' Queen Lucy and her court sit before the Great Mandella during the home- coming assembly. Al fight: Former principal Ralph Dixon returned on Viking Day to wish Valley's team and students luck in the homecoming game. Homecoming Theme - "The Great MandeIIa" On October 11th, Valley celebrated its 15th Viking Day, beginning with the traditional assembly, decorated in the theme The Great Mandeila, the wheel of life. Lucy Chavez was crowned Vi-Queen. Valley's Vikings lost their game to Del Norte at the duel homecoming, 40-7. A most memorable day was climaxed by the dance at the University of Al- buquerque. Music was provided by the Axis. img' Q im October's Activities 1-Seniors vote for Vi-Queen 4-Voting on top 20 girls 5-Football-Los Alamos 9-Final Vi-Queen vote 11-VIKING DAY 12-AAU Cross-Country Meet 17-DECA Rollerskating party 18-Football-Manzano 19-Cross-Country at El Paso 23-Playnight 24-25--Teachers Convention 31-One Act Plays Valley's cheerleaders prepare for the mighty Vikings to rush out to meet Del Norte's Knights in the Homecoming game. Etta Moses and Liz Pike parade around the Milne Stadium during the half time show. Al left: David Griego dances with Queen Lucy Chavez at the homecoming dance held at the University of Albuquerque Student Center. JUDY CALDWELL JEAN GRIEGO ELLEN LEWIS KATIE LUCERO PEARL MAES DONNA MORROW CARMEN ROMERO PAMELA 'WINGO 'Ng -.x fv' .. S M VALLEY'S VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Janine Stueber, Linda Rogalsky, Louise Martinez, Mardi Fowler, and Midge Yosh moto present the traditional chant to Queen Lucy. I VX Q: -iv f X, ,,r ' .' 7 A x , ,W .. ff 1 linux W.- uf 1 t M..- T zixlf iff ' I ,igfas ' 5 'L Vi-Queen Lucy Chavez Princess Liz Pike Princess Etta Moses Debbie Michael, Teresa Garcia, Marci Wolf, and Tommy Kitts appe sented November 21-23. ,,,f-"' 5 , - - -4 of 1 ,.., 1, ar in the Senior Class Play, "From Paris With Love" pre- Football Finale, Senior Play, November Activities 1-One Act Plays 2-Football-West Mesa 5-Election Day 8-End of the Nine Weeks 13-Sophomore Playnight 15-Graveyard Dance 16-Cross Country District 19-Senior Order Announcements 2 1-23-Senior Class Play 23-Cheerleader Convention at Carlsbad 28-29-Thanksgiving Vacation l58 . .., 1 l Steve McKelvy, left, and Laddie Stribling discuss their girl problems over a drink during the plays action. A "Harlem Trotter" gives Mike Nied a hard time as Keith Weathersby looks on in the faculty vs. the Harlem Trotters game. Dance Spark November Ct?ORrrf2l Bttovf i,iE3: ara Hentai as sow DIED Of enoiilnw-M BORN- mo ffjegfb -3-.5 fgff 4.5 Anne Harriman, above, models her dress in the annual FHA style show November 1968 marked the end of the football season with a 2-7 record and Valley winning over Albuquerque High. It was a busy month for activities including the Senior class play "From Paris with Love," a cheerleader conven- tion in Carlsbad, and the graveyard dance sponsored by the Junior class. As an added touch, the month ended with a four day Thanksgiving vacation. Az lefz, Dee Dee Clark makes the graveyard dance seem more realistic as she lies in state in her coffin. FJ' I December Activities 1-6-UMOC Contest 3-ENMU Choir Assembly 7-College Day 10-BB at Del Norte 13-Christmas Formal 14-BB at Farmington 17-BB and Wrestling Assembly -St. Pius 184-BB here Rio Grande 19-Christmas Concert 20-Christmas Assembly 20-21-Los Alamos Wrestling Tournament 21-jan 6AChristmas Vacation Henry Ortega drives around a Pius X defender in Valley's home opener won by the Sartans, 65-64. -l, ,, , ' , , g I W T .,,,,,,,, .. mr? L ,ar V za f' ' f' Y ., M ff .. Q'-'Q AA I" "f M .,,, , M Q?" ' it 1-W M ' fiw""'W' .L 4 V fy , . ,W V .A i . , K, , mln. y , 1- A' f 1-fa, l V wa -V -4 - -u W ' ,, Y, f . aa ' ' "' ,,, 'V . Kirin, Z A . l 4 ' J- aailia W, ' , W - -4 W, , f .J .. f ,, 41 ,, Mann ' 1 V , A ' ag, , . .ff 4 f 1.4 ig ,I Q'.jg7?se,,i 4' 1 ,F fs, Q' fu , f- '7 -a f Danny Keith, Kenny Simms, and Kelly Lodge Served as Bronc riding was one of several events that New Mexico clowns for the annual Valley Rodeo Club Rodeo. high school students competed in at the Valley Rodeo. Seniors Win LIMOC Contest in December Klaus.Zu1:Schmitt6n rCfUrr1S 21 SCWC in 3 Ping P008 match at the Basketball games proved popular for Bob Veretto, joe Chavez playmght ln November- and Lee Butler at the playnighr. If , , ,ff f' k 5,455 'QA I fwxlrf. i ' Q. K . . -.4 M 11- "fm .,w,u-N-,,m,M , Basketball season also brought the half time shows presented at each home game by the pep band and Vlkettes. x ' 1 A an in P Q . F 1 1 U Z E , , Doug Lewis 9, . I. l , Llgllest Man Campus ,Www mziifi " gym f A ,, ,,1,,.4.,,1 3' ff, ,Q ic ky d f December was a busy month for most of the activities including basketbal games with Del Norte, Farmington, St. Pius, and Rio Grande. Doug Lewis, senior, won the UMOC con- test sponsored by the National Honor Society. jerry Peoples, sophomore, placed second, and Ricky Maestas, junior, third. Cheryl Chambers was chosen by the seniors to reign as Snow Queen for the Christmas Formal. Janie Van Horn and Susan Wilmadh served as attendants. It was also a month of Christmas festivities with the Christmas concert, and the Annual Christmas assembly featuring our foreign ex- change students, Klaus Zurschrnitten, and Kirs- ten Lie. Student Council sponsored its annual Christ- mas party for underprivileged children with homerooms sponsoring a child with presents and refreshments. Finally arrived the long awaited two week Christmas vacation. Janine Stueber greets Santa Claus with a pat on the tummy and her wishes for Christmas. 1 Terry Snyder, Kurt Walters, Ralph Rounds, and Cristy Ries "work it out" to the music of the "Trade-Marques" at the Christ- mas formal. ya! ,lily "', .vs s CCHIEFJ Monte Reyos watches calmly during a Valley basketball Mr. Pierce leads the stage band in a "merry melody" during game. the Christmas assembly. ,gf-"""-L ',s"",. ,, ,, ., 535: irish- Thomasine Padilla and Debs Betsworth present gifts to one of the children during the annual Christmas party for underprivi- leged children. l65 1525850 ' ' any ,dvmeff M 4. ww ., 4. Q DECA Banquet, Talent Assembly and .-lj DECA students and their guests enjoy the food at the annual DECA banquet. After starting the new year "right" Valley students resumed studies and school activities. On January 9th DECA students hosted their parents, employers, and other guests at their annual banquet. FCA sponsored a playnight on the 14th. On january 17 Valley students displayed their various talents in the annual talent assembly. These students were chosen by trying out in front of a committee and we-re chosen for their ability and originality. The week of the 20-24 marked CLOSED WEEK for the students. However, the Seniors soon forgot their semester tests and took their frustrations out on the Sophomoresg january 29 was Beanie Day. january activities also included the University of Albuquerque Basketball Tournament held the 29-31st. Valley cagers took the consolation bracket. Nick Tafoya and Venita Carmer listen to Mr. Ralph Gleckler, State Superintendent of DE. .I of A Tourney Tops January Activities I' January 8-BB West Mesa 9-DECA banquet 10-Wt Highland 14-FCA Play Night 17-Talent Assembly 21-BB Sandia 24-BB AHS 25-Swim meet, HHS, DNHS. 29-Beanie Day 29-31-UofA Tourney 31-Wr AHS LAHS, Valley's newly formed Folk Guitar Club performed a Peter, Paul, and Mary song at the Talent Assembly. joe Calabaza demonstrates a traditional Indian dance for the VHS student body. Eva Allison does a Flamenco dance at the assembly. , 4 11' 545.4 JW" if 'Keg H1 february brings ring delivery, spirit sweetheart Valley's Vikettes entertain during halftime at the Valley-Manzano game. February was a busy month for Valley students. Besides the basketball games and wrestling matches there was much to get excited over. Club activities were at a peak. V-club held their box supper on Feb. 4th The girls cooked meals "fit for a King" and of course the boys took best advantage of the situation. Ski Club took their trip to Purgatory Ski Resort in Colorado. Over forty-five skiers took to the slopes for three days of winter enjoyment. Staters also had a sock hop for students after the last season basketball game. Class activities also picked up with the delivery of the long awaited class rings for the juniors and the ordering of caps and gowns for seniors. Student Coun- cil was busy in February, the state student council con- vention was held the 14th and 15th. Student Council visited the State Legislature one day and watched a real representative body in action. Also, the annual exchange day for schools in the city was held Feb. 25 with select students from all the different schools visiting Valley for a day. ' Spirit Sweetheart, Mary Butler was crowned at the Manzano-Valley basketball game at halftime. The Sweetheart Dance after many date changes was held the 21st. Also held in February was the Valley Invita- tional Speech Meet. I7l Sweetheart Dance in February Y N if X xy. Spirit Sweetheart Mary Butler was presented at the VHS vs. MHS Basketball game. - I a . ' 1 i iw 'L' . .B . U. ,H-.. 'QOUEC' ,nef x IO' 1' I' . ,,.- . .1 "lv-' .1 ' '. --Q., ' 0 l ii.',wi ' :Off Senior Sweetheart attendant Jody Gray poses with her escort, Sophomore Sweetheart attendant Lucy Baca watches the Sidney Gutierrez. game with her escort Ray Candelaria. l72 L... ii Y' m . li , L1 Q ,1 'Ii 'R rf if T253 , as-. LW, l S' ,KE . Qfjgsbwnlor Attendant U Evers Kenneth Gibson fMike Colemanj and Princess viaria Linda Smiihy are caught in a tender moment Director Bob Sheets and Costurner Simmie Gibson look over some music luring "Call Me Madam." 5 1 . 1 , . Q51 55 ii , ,. 'ii vi il 3 in Pimperton Maxwell lRobert Luceroj and Sally Adams fVal Smith, discuss Pimperton's position in her house. I76 with members of the cast. y March Brings Qperetta, Deadlines Pgueski i 1' N I The Shield Staff discusses material for their final deadline. March brought activities for the Vikings such as the B team Basketball Tourney held at Valley, and the Operetta "Call Me Ma- dam." But along with activities the Saga staff was confronted with its final deadline for the yearbook on March 4 and the Shield staff with their deadline. The District Basketball Tourney was held the 7 and 8 at the Civic Auditoritun and the State Tourney was the 13, 14, and 15. The State Swim meet was held at UNM on the 7 and 8. In the latter part of March, Boys' and Girls' State Junior meeting was held. The candidates were required to list their activ- ities. The Junior boys voted for the boys and Junior girls for girls. The top 20 were chosen and they made a short speech on why they felt they should be Chosen Stater in front of the Junior boys and girls. March ended with a closed week for the end of the 9 weeks period. jimmy Maes pracitces for an oncoming meet. P K 5,1 r 3 f'-A---lu -Zfffv'--'Y,f nl," 1 -gag I ,kj V1 y . '1 5 t- I sw. uc Q n 111 l '11, , 4 xl ,Q I.- , ,.Q nf' iff: A79 I X ' 4 - 'Al Q I ,, q',"' 0 a sa' U 'qui 'xl 'Z " 'ff . Y o f 'Q , t X' 1 I ,ul L 5 1- A Q 0 'P' ., 8 A ?A' ' nf "'s'r. xg., I .'-,:'s'.If ' - PQ' ' . ss. . .. .8 'IQ' f.,'kf ' . .. 1 f -. 5 ,J i ?:'+'-vw, T -' h o ,' fi 'm 'XQp4,fa lug? Amfqaig 7 x .5 '. -. .,c ov' .- Ja 'I al, xg . . I ' 'ne' Q Q.. L a '. 's L P N . u W 'cu..,,,""' A... 23: Nitin ' : ,r 'f'2f'-'- I L 5 ' 'x . , .3 jk 1 - 13 ,A 5 u A .4 gym . H f, fy: 2. I 5 1 V' QQ 14 H . ,Q f me r Q. 1 , 'Mo Q ,Vx ' ,. f ? ,' A , , 1 , . .. . ,v.-2,4-ep-wi 1 -V ,5- 5 ,Qg ' A' ' L f U "'Wf' , of I .I 1 I xx f 1 I .ff ' V A1578 '. f -H-'Z 1' , i.. Lx4'- ," ., '.:s1V,,,Kgs'w,gi2? 5:5 iIMf,xf,k1'- ,V r", 1.-xp! 3- Llnderclassmen ...-f,':: 5 'kip If - I- 1: 1 346' N' X i. U Q 33 E P. .vi ' a fi Q aw , .xg . TMS wx Sophomores Under Peoples' Leadership 19? - ,L 5 gl t- 5 Q - e it . 1 X, gay. fs? 2' -f 1552 N! f 2' , '42 fa, 4.52 ""'5 ., Abeyta, Georgean Abeyta, Loretta Abeyta, Theresa Adams, Lucy Adams, Ronald Alarid, Arlen Allison, Eva Almarez, Anita Almodova, jerry Anderson, David Aragon, Clyde Aragon, Filiberto Aranda, Beverly Archibeque, Yvonne Archuleta, Kathy Archuleta, Rachel Arellano, Tom Armijo, Vangie Arroyo, William Ashcom, Terry Ashley, Kay Atencio, joseph s ' Atencio, Lillian ' lil' iff. . ,,,,,.an ,p Atencio, Steven w A 1 Augustine, Wilbert - .W 4" 'S .C ' , ff ll 1 ,,,. if A Avila, Robert ,l ir 1. iw Avritt, Timothy - - Baca, Donna F "5 A, 'N . ,, ,f Baca, Dorothy Baca, Edward Baca Baca Baca Baca Baca, JoAnn Laura Lucille Ronald J , Rosemary Bewildered Is Word for Sophomores Bachicha, Claudio Bailey, Yvonne Baldigan, Ricky Baldwin, Rita Barela, Kathy Barreras, Jimmy Bates, jack Bates, William Bazar, Jane Beasley, Lester Bedoni. Anderson Beer, Shane Begay, Juanita Belin, Perry Bernal, Elizabeth Bers, Mike Besson, Melba Besson, Tommy Bird, Peggy Blackbird, Richard Blake, Vogel Boren, Shelly Bowdich, Cary Brigs, Chuck Britton, Glen Brooks, Karen Brown, Dave Brown, Evelyn Brown, jeff Brown, Joann Brown, Robert Brown, Wynona Buck, Dean Burton, Marilyn Butler, Diann -4-f 52, af 2? 1 my N40 45 .3 4 'T17' far ad 4 M ,W 1 Q3 fag 11 a '? ms, I lhayx ' 4 4 fy V--an ,.,-., an-J 3 had 4 M- 'HU sow? ,4-.VV F J if? 'ff , ,,,w.1, 1 he -iam f' ,F 'il f-4' 'levi 9 , as ' 5 QQ 'if' va ff , 1 'S ff ' , I a , y i X :wg ,, ., ' -'nu 'B Y " ' ,I .,s,. . N 5 U , B X f mf 1 ,tw -W W--f 'l , '3 skim 'X 1 4' I VA, 35 ,, 5 Instructions and more instructions awaited students registration day. l 1 .. ' ,N Q y M, 7 'M . . V l I .,-, J' A gif, 2 ,-3--f -fy I ff:-'GQ . Q s. n f ,ff -1 8, if -. - ,, me Z K .5 . 'V H '-"' ,tti f'-v i "' "" Q -' ' " 'W " 1 way I J I, X' ' ' ' f . fi' 'X -t. . ,554 .4-'faq f ,, Q - f- -J, " 1 N' ' J "' V ' .- jf Uk -.AS V C .fi -QI ' .., 4 X ii ,. " 'f'w -if N I' Butler, Lee Byrd, James Byrnes, Judith ,aim Q Caballero, Raymond Callahan, Craig Candelaria, Margaret Candelaria, Sam Candelaria, Victoria Caristo, Anna Carlson, Linda Carmody, Janice Carmody, Jerry Carr, Howard Carriaga, Ricky Carrillo, Frank Casaus, Gloria Cash, Tommy Castell, Joanne Castillo, George Chavez, Alice Chavez, Barbara Chavez, Eddie Chavez james Chavez, james E. Chavez joseph Chavez, Michael Chavez, Pablo Chavez, Ramona Chavez, Rita Chavez, Rosemary Chavez, William Chawning, Ralph Chesshir, Harmon Ciesla, Karen Cinelli, Rita Clark, Shelley Coe, Judith Cole, Donna Comyford, Sherry Conniff, Karen , 'fr Q- F. ' Seniors and Juniors Introduce .J ,f X.,-U A --qv I "J 1 la 545' ,rf CW' K H 3 S i pa ' r Nl' Q' ,.,..7 Underclassmen were soon introduced to the purpose of Senior Circle. . . , ,,,f ew- Conroy, Del Contreras, Diane Contreras, Elfego Contreras, Patricia Cordova, Geraldine Cordova, Marie Cordova, Michael Cordova, Reynaldo Corona, Richard Craig, David Craig, Valarie Cruz, Margo Cully, Anthony Daniel, Don Davalos, james Davidson, Timothy Debaca, Benita DeGroff, Everett Delao, Theodore Deleon, Kristine Devilliers, Dennis Diaz, Albert Dilatush, Christine Dixon, Frank Dixon, Virgil Dosch, Dennis Dougherty, Bernard Douglas, Patricia Duran, Irene Duran, Joann Duran, joe Durant, Debra Dyer, Katherine Elder, Robert Elks, jeffrey Ellibee, Nancy Emswiler, Denise Encinias, Leroy Errante, Mary Estrada, Richard Estrada, Stanley Esquibel, joe Esquivel, Georgiann Everett, Wilma Evangel, Lou Evangel, Steven Faus, Susan Fellis, Mary Fissell, james Flores, Rosemary Follcman, Harry Formhals, james Foster, Jimmy Frasier, Mary Fratzola, Gay Gabaldon. Anthony Gabaldon, John Gabaldon, Linda Gabbel, john Gallegos, Barney Gallegos, Floyd Garcia, Carmen Garcia, Dorothy Garcia, Evelyn Garcia, Gayla Garcia, Gilbert Garcia, Irma Garcia, Jeannette Garcia, julia Garcia, Katherine Ur . 'sl . e ' is 'lx 3. H tt 1 Sophomore Enthusiasm Hard tc .A . fe W'- . gk. 1. -2, 'vv' , 'VP .. w ig ' ' it R TTY' 'I 'Et 'Q-f aff Xxx ,M -.Q . XT' ...E Seat at Pep Assemblies Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia, Garcia J a v s Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, Garcia, Gardne Garriss, -tr' Garriso Garver, Gay, jo Gerard, Gibson, Leroy Lorraine Lorraine K Loretta Randolph Reynel Steve Steve Steven P. r, David Gardner, John Scott Garling, Howard n, Colleen Senlin el Valerie Sue Fred Gilliam, Gisen, Kathy Boosting Valley spirit, the Vikettes perform at one of the Pep assemblies. Sophs Begin Year With Elections Gonzales, Gonzales Gonzales, Gonzales, Glaser, David Glennon, Paula Gomez, Carrnelita Gomez, Laura Antoinette Claudio Gonzalesi Donald Gonzales, Elaine Ike Lawrence P Gd" Gonzales, Leroy Gonzales, Mary Gonzales, Oliverio Gonzales, Tony Gorman, Pegi Graeber, Gloria Grandia, Rebecca Graves, Dwayne Greer, Elaine Grider, james Griego, David Griego, George Griego, james Griego, Linda Griego, Ruby Griego, Tommy Griffin, Jerry Gros, Thomas Gurule, Jessie Gurule, Tacho Gutierrez, Benny Gutierrez, George Gutierrez, Margie Gutierrez, Ray Haagenson, Paul Pearlene Silva, Barb: Miller Lanette Meulx Diane Contreras and Maria Romero were chosen B team cheerleaders Haagenson, Philip Hall, Shiela Hamilton, Inez Hanchett, Deborah Hare, Lucinda Harkins, Audrey Harris, David Harris, Theresa Hastings, Diana Hattenhauer, Ronald Haussamen, Amy Henry, Dorthy Hernandez, Augustina Herrera, Mary Herrera, Patricia Hershey, Raymond Hobaugh, Stella Hodgson, Yuvonne Holmen, Kay Holmes, Bonnie .XX First Year Student xx,- Sophomore Class President, Jerry Peoples, congratulates Vi-Queen Lucy Chavez. ,,N,,, na? -mi 2- 'VQ ix, ff, Hood, Richard Hopkins, Elma Horchheimer, Shirley Howard, Aileen Hudson, Elainne Hudson, Georgia Hunt, john Hutchinson, Robert Hutzen, Charles jackson, Harry jameson, John jaramillo, Isabelle Jaramillo, Jack Jaramillo, Jose Jaramillo, Judy Jaramillo, Manuel jaramillo, Panchita Jefferies, Thomas Jimenez, Frank johnson, Helen ind Classes Difficult jones, Candy Jones, James Jones, Nancy jurado, Marcia Kainz, Michael Kaufman, Randy Keim, Susan Kelly, Colleen Kilburn, Cecilia King, Edison King, Mary King, Michael Kinsel, Ronald Klein, Dale Knight, Kathy Kraus, Alan Kuhn, Linda Lamkin, Lloyd Lamkin, Vlilliam Landon, Gary Larcl, Danny Laurent, Michael Leach, Veronica Leon, Frank Lester, Paul Lewis, Allen Lewis, Janet Leyba, Anthony Leyba, Frances Leyba, john Leyba, Maxine Leyva, Ismael Libo, Victor Lilley, Robin Lindsey, Laura fi, S-49" 'JM 06" K we Venti, Loftfield, Bjorn Long, Malcolm Lopez, Anna Lopez, Oscar Lopez, Wanda Lovato, Harry Lucas, Larry Lucero, Charlotte Lucero, Joann Lucero, Lawrence Lucero, Louisa Lucero, Randolph Lucero, Ricardo Lucero, Roger Lucero, Verina Luciani, Mona Lujan, Annie Lujan, Christopher Lujan, Linda Lujan, Michael Sophomores Sponsor Music for the Viking Day Dance was provided by the Axis. Lujan, Yvonne Lumsden, Bill Luna, John Madrid, jerry Maes, Billy Maes, Gloria Maestas, Richard Manzanares, Eillen Mares, julian Marquez, Isabel Marquez, Ronald Martin, Lowell Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Cecilia Martinez, Clarabelle Martinez, Fred Martinez, john Martinez, Julia Martinez, Kathleen Martinez, Larry Martinez, Terry Martinez, Vanessa Mascareno, Jesse Matthew, Darrell Mayfield, Dortha Mcaffee, William McGovern, John Mcsweeney, Kathryn Medina, Stella Metoyer, Marsha fMeuli, Llary Miera, Rudy Miers, john Miklebos, John Miller, Barbara Miller, Scott Mobley, Sharon Molina, Julia Montano, Danny Montano, Eloy Montano, Montoya, Monto a Y , Montoya, Montoya, Montoya, Montoya Montoya, Montoya, Montoya Lorraine Agnes Agustina Anthony Edward Elaine Frankie Kathleen Madonna Michael Montoya, Roberta Montoya, Stephen Mora, Toby Morgan, Susanne Morris, julia Moses, Loretta Muniz, Gerald Muniz, Hubert Myers, Cathy Naranjo, Mark Neal, Brent Neito, joseph Newman, Ricky Nieto, Lawrence Nunez, Michael Oesterreicher, Fred Ogorek, Deborah Olecksiew, Eugene Olguin, Sandra Olivas, George Swimming Great P.E. Course tag,-.. -r 'Zu' K' 1 fh- NO' qv- X I A-23" af? .3 -N ,Eg Q-If i 'Q ...wwf ' as ...f .. '67 ,J VH, .,,, ,ar , ,,. ' f.-1 S-1:7 ,Lf X nf' E ws ' L TW ,Wx af.. .W fi! -:J l 'S'-'W if xr' Sophomore Students Say 'SEQ .,,y I ' 3 an--wi , fa-0' tt. rr.,- ,, S, 1" .qw-vi ,A M , 05 9 R . M M .. L5 ,J 1.1 I r'1"t'ff'w.3a.'1'.! ima. , Valley offered something new to Sophomore P.E. students. l Olive, Leslie Ortega, Margarita Ortega, Rosita Ortiz, Bernice Ortiz, David Ortiz, Emily Ortiz, Geraldine Ortiz, Katie Ortiz, Richard Ortiz, Rosinaldo Ortiz, Shirley Ortiz, Virginia Otero, Raymond Padilla, Martin Palmer. Donny Palmer, Glenda Pavlakovich, joseph Pedroncelli, Rhonda Pennybacker, Susan Peoples, jerry Frosty weather couldnt stop Sophomores juniors or Seniors from supporting their team Pe-rea, Joseph Perea, Michael Perrucci, Gene Perry, Nancy Perry, Patty Pickrel, Connie Pilon, Linda Pino, Manuel Pittman, Margaret Pope, Orin Pritchard, Dorothy Quintana, Elvira Rael, Dolores Ramberg, Mindy Ramirez, Margaret Ramirez, Ruby Randall, Janet Rector, Becky Redd, Bill Redford, Vada Saiz, Larry Llnderclassmen Receive Colored Photos A, -oz, ZK, g fm 'VLA 7 . I , gy . ,. agar M 'G' of S L fa ra ' i R -- ' f 11, I l V in ' L ,self IA -f L 9 - 'i oooo so if i ' 'lasers l i l .E -9 1 +C'-Qi 1 . - at . r. in I W., if . - fir .AV il i a ,,.W7. 5 kkii , . V, Lifl -w 1' Y fviia tr - .. N" Reed, Vickie Revels, Jeffrey Ritz, Michele Robinett, Dona Robinson, Geary Robinson, Mary Rockwell, janet Rodarte, Elizabeth Rodriquez, Eliza Rodriquez, julian Rogers, jeffrey Romero, Benny Romero, Dickie Romero, Dolores Romero, Elizabeth Romero, Joseph Romero, Larry Romero, Leann Romero, Maria Romero, Ray Rothhammer, David Roybal, Diana Saavedra, Theresa Saine, John Sais, Val CT NA . r f "' ' Sanchez, - 2, Sanchez, Sanchez, - " - Sanchez, . Sanchez, S J X ii Sanchez Benito Elaine Elias Emily Sanchez, Genevieve Isabella Sanchez, Jaime joe Sanchez: Kathryn Sophs Learn Library Is Their Friend Sena, Fermin Sema, Maria Serna, Martin Sesma, Charles Shelly, Charlene Sherrecl, joan Shideler, Darrell Shimenas, Richard Shockey, Beth Simms, Barbara Simms, John Silva, Pearlene Silva, Agapito Smith, Dorne Smith, john Smith, Julia Smith, Miles Smith, Norman Solano, Frieda Sparks, Molly Spivey, Barbara Stambaugh, Mark Starks, Bruce Steele, Carol Steward, johnny Stubben, Betty Stump, Debbie Sullivan, Martin Tackett, Diana Tafoya, Agnes Tapia, Felix Tapia, Rafael Tate, Lois Tauche, Tom Teague, Kathleen W W. if" -'f ' S . i vw, ' -"7 ,, Z -L ,ul-K -ef-70' +04 YQ' q'1P ew? x Z5 2 M ws' ' V W W i s aaa 4- , Q 'ff 15 M .mi ii , ,, te, S , , 2, ,,,, r' ' . . . ,, 44 'va S n,'r Ha ,fi il ,....J S r I S 4 0- "L '9 ff- WW- :'- 'ffzww S iiit ag, " ff V VIA 2 M, 1 56 - 1 ji an Q A , , .,., F . , N' ati. 0 '--' f rf' , yy - 1,, i V , gif? - .a ' ft f sau ii' .1-10M .J -bf -44 Yi, " ,...' db 'TEH' X . is-u.. Sanchez, Leo Sanchez, Leroy Sanchez, Mary Sanchez, Matthew Sanchez, Patrick Sanchez, Richard Sanchez, Robert Sanchez, Susan Sandoval, Gloria Saxton, Linda Saxton, Ruth Saylor, David Schmiecleberg, Paul Scrupp, Melissa Sedall, jo Sedillo, Anthony Sedillo, Patsy Sedillo, Ted Segura, Evelyn Sena, Albert Tenold, Sharon Thommarson, Beverlj Thompson, Maurice Thompson, Myra Tibbetts, Eddie Tidenberg, Charlotte Tidweu, Jack L. Torres, Alice Torres, Edward Torrez, George Trammell, Kenneth Trout, Elizabeth Trout, Reagan Trujillo, Benedict Trujillo, Carol Trujillo, Curtis Trujillo, Pedro Uzueta, Anna Valdez, james Valdez, Jesus Sophomore Beanie Week ,, E, we I Underclassmen lend added talent to the spirited Viking band. Valdez, Ruben Valencia, Antonette Vallecorse, Aldo Vallejos, Lloyd Vanselous, William Varela, Frank Velasquez, Bengie Vernon, james Vickers, William Vigil, Irene Viil, Mary Vigil, Nina Vigil, Theresa Voss, Mary Wall, David Waseta, Gloria Wasson, Thomas Watkins, David Webb, Donna Weber, James Weber, Raymond Wells, Anita Wheatley, David White, Martha Whiteley, Peggy Williams, Dianne Williams, Donald Williams, Ronald Willmarth, Susan Wilson, Phillip Wise, janet Wood, Dixie Woody, Mark Wright, Gary Yoshimoto, Patricia Young, David Zamora, Adelina Zamora, Debora Zamora, Linda Zieu, Laurence uni- . ' K Bill Lampkin 202 strikes again in the One Act plays! .J-3 rw 'O'-Q-an 5 ,-':3.. T -' 11 I J' M, lift Q 54 'E Tim Michael, B building hall guard, checks Connie Pickrel's hall pass. Peoples Sophomore LIMQC Choice Sophs helped decorate for Homecoming. Beanies could be seen bobbling at every game this year. Valley's pace takes getting used to! s , , ill JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Peter O. Griego, Jr., presidentg jerry johnson, vice-presidentg Barbara Olson, stu- dent council representativeg Janie Van Horn, treasurerg Mary Ann Baca, secretary. Valley's class of 1970 began their year with several money raising drives in order to build up their treasury to pay for the 1969 junior-Senior Prom. A candy sale, play night, booster button sale, November all-school dance, bake sales, car washes, and other projects were among those undertaken. Also, the juniors were among the leaders in promoting school spirit. They were primary supporters of the ath- letic teams and help in all other school activities. They nominated and supported Ricky Maestas as their candidate for Ugliest Man on Campus. Many members of the class were on the athletic teams, in the plays, and other or- ganizations. 204 L ke. ,f 8 I if X ,pf ' 'Q ff 7' ,f i f nw 9 P KY: vt J , cw J J MJ X 5, 5 Q ' W ilia- C - My i Ffh ' V nf' I 5 4 ffl fi ,V ez- I 5 ff I , Ik ..,, y f 5- 5 ,. M, , Ziff' . , 1 . 1511i 0 NI, S 'I 4 W' Aaron, Laurel Ackerman, Anthony Adams, Deborah Aguilar, Elizabeth Alderete, Steve Alexander, Marilyn Almaraz. David Anaya, Jerry Anaya, Joanna Anaya, Ralph Anderson, Dennis Anderson, Josephine Andrade, Kathy Anstine, Jeffery Apodaca, George Apodaca, Rita Aragon, Robert Aragon, Viola Archuleta, Danny Archuleta, Dolores Archuleta, Julian Armenta, Kenneth Armijo, Eugene Armstrong, Jean Arneson, John Arroyo, Sylvia Atencio, Beverly Atencio, Eugene Atsosie, Ella Baca, Arthur Juniors Unite to Raise Prom Funds Baca, Betty Baca, David Baca, Ida Baca, Larry Baca, Lawrence Baca, Mary Ann Baca, Michael Baca, Paul Baca, Priscilla Baca, Raymond Baca, Steve Baker, Daniel Baker, Frederick Baker, Steve 'W Baldonaclo, Herman -'T' 2 up I if , 51" iw! fC""9 w'l .2 V fi' v itil Fr , 4-0-vw 'Q' 'Ar .Q fb. y av Ns 4..- at .Ht 4 ng, hs.. tw 04: Ball, Douglas Bandoni, Ted Barber, Rudolph Barreras, Raymond Barth, Gary Bates, Dolly Bates, Rose Baxter, Ralph Becerra, Lydia Beckman, Elizabeth Bedeaux, Michele Begay, Willie Bell, Charles Benallie. Doris Benavitlez, Dorothy Bernadette, Thomas Bernal, Madeline Best, Tava Betsworth, Debra Bird, Shareen Blake, Gloria Bowerman, james Brinkley, Cheryl Brooks, Cheryl Brooks, Larry Brown, Charles Brown, Dawn Brown, Robert Brown, Saundra Buehler, john Butler, Mary Byer. Marilyn Caballero, Fernando Caldwell, Betty Campbell, Lee Campbell, Linda Candelaria, Diana Candelaria, Yvonne Carlisle, Del Carrillo, Daniel Carrillo, Leroy Casaus, Christopher Casaus, Theresa Castillo, Maria Castro, Maria Cervantes, Lydia Chacon, Claude Chavez, Camille Chavez, Carla Chavez, Isabel Chavez Josie Chavez Margaret Chavez Melvin Chavez Michael Chavez, Romaine Chavez, Susan Chavez, Theresa Chavez, Virginia Chavira, Bernadette Christanelli, Thamer Q. , -up 4, X 1 'w Ca 3 Ha' 'T x -. , 'r.'s.:- I-we-M LLM. . vrzxfrk! YQ why apr' U 57 ,i f ,,,, I N 2 ga, 1 Q45 '3 'f ff-o i if mf, 1' 'Z I .. ,V rj' Filip... ' f' .af-ff' , ff , , J if .' 1 ff' , f me YQ "TP K5 V -3. l,p N. ffQ I a,9 W' 3 4 'x . x L 9 :ft 155, -F119 Nl .vv 'Y.'j 4 . fi we-f 5, ,lx . s,.,, qu 1 ,Q if QQ 'QM , Q . 3- , 5 . I J W . 'US Clark, Brenda Clay, Clerlith Coffin, Philip Cohenour, Patricia Coleman, Micheal Coleman, Patrick Comyford, Mary Concha, john Conder, Bunty Condit, Mark Copeland, Elizabeth Cordova, Anthony Cardova, Edna Cordova, Gloria Cordova, Gregory P.E. boys engage in a vigorous game of dodge ball. .Q L Cordova, Katherine Cordova, Larry Cougle, Gayle Crespin, Frank Crosby, Frederick Crosby, Harry Crowell, Carolyn Cuellar, Carla Cunningham, Nancy Daffer, Stephanie Dashner, Vonnie Daub, Elizabeth Davis, Martha Decker, Paula Deely, Dolores J, Of' 1 an fd..- i-.ix 1"'4Y 1-Q Enthusiastic students show their spirit at one of Valley's football games. t K fa all v-.... I 1 t x 'sie , . W, L, 4 EV .ri fv- -.W 4""" af" I iss S 'V Ox E 2 -.Q - -N. g x ceq, af' ' I v ,,..-uw up fo- -r"" Degraff, Donald Delgado, Cynthia Delwiche, Walter Dickens, john Dick, Babetta Donahue, joan Dosch, james Dunkin, Sammy Duran, Donald Duran, Margaret Duran, Theresa Eastman, Kim Eavenson, Betty Eberting, Shirley Eden, Robert Embry, Barbara English, Karin Escarcida, Gilbert Espinnsa, joseph Estrada. Barbara Estrada, Betty Estrada, jimmy Ewing, Helen Exun, Michelle Faris, Richard Faucon, Carmen Faucon, Micheline Feeney, Dennis Felty, Jacqueline Finley, joseph Fisher, Martin Flinchum, Sherry Flores, Ramon Flowers, Janice Ferbner, Phillip Fresquez, Vivian Fritz, Paul Fulton, Deborah Gabalclon, Elizabeth Gallegos, Ernest Gallegos, Lincla Gallegos, Mary Galloway, Marlene Garcia, Arthur Garcia, Barbara Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia 1 Brigicla Christine Claribelle Daniel Donald Garcia Eugene Garcia Flora Garcia, john Garcia, Larry Garcia, Marie Garcia Michael Garcia, Paul Garcia Robert Garcia Ronald Garcia. Sandra .uw 6' ef' '-rf WDM IV' ,rf QF' .. Lf ,4-. V ff- Q5 g ,,, , ,,, ,,,, l . 1 V 2 M ' -,km Vi G . M .,,, , rf f 'U i ,,,r,,. -...Zw,. r ' if , r ' ,ki I -N 5 ,. K3 f A :F V, l 1 SAT Given to Juniors ,iifya I Office practice students listen as Mrs. Gibson explains a business problem. 'Cf' L gg..-Q d"5' ss. , Garcia, Uvalclo Garcia, Wilbert Gardner, Sharon Gariss, R. C. Garrett, Michael Garrison, Diane Gatewood, Phillip Gay, Mark Gentry, Glenda Gibson, Gary Gill, Christine Gillespie, Cynthia Giron, Lucille Gomez, Carmen Gomez, Flora Class Sponsors Aid in Junior Projects Zz Gomez, Lorraine Gomez, Theresa Gonzales, Adelaida Gonzales, Beatrice Gonzales, Dolores Gonzales, Eliseo Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gonzales, Gooding, Evangeline Isable Kathleen Linda Lorraine Michael Michael Connie Griego, Gerson . my Students in Algebra II take turns explaining problems on the board to the class -R' 1 :gs 0-A-' Griego, Katherine Griego, Peter Griego, Yasmin Greer, Mike Guardiola, Amelia Guttierrez, Joann Gutierrez, Josephine Gutierrez, Laura Gutierrez, Theresa Halstead, Kathy Hamilton, Rodney Haney, Robbie Hardy, Harry Hardy, Verna Harlan, Duane Harrison, Jeanette Hays, Richard Heigher, Johnny Henline, Robert Herndon, janet Herrera, Cora Herrera, Cynthia Herrera, Lorraine Herrera, Manuel ' Hice, Daniel Hine, Douglas Hogland, Sandra Hoolihan, Anita Hooper, Steven Hornsby, Barry Houck, Marsha Houston, Christina Howard, Grady Ingram, Timmy jaramillo, Ernestine Jaramillo, Jararnillo Jaramillo 1 Mary jaramillo, jaramillo, johnson, johnson, Johnson, johnson, johnson, Johnson, johnson, Ernestine T. Frank Ralph Sally Dolly janet Jerald Laverta Raymond Robert Rodney Johnstone, Marjorie Johnstone, Richard jones, Robert Juarros, Benjamin Karpen, Gary Kaufman, Robert Kedelty, Edison Kelley, Loretta Kelly, Connie Keswater, Stanley Korte, Pearl Kozlowski, Anthony Kuhn, Sally A ik? wmv: . ,, :in 'lSi:ff.-fix, DA' Q . V X I- Jaxx I -r"'? If vp .. i,. ,sv . ,,,,,, .ru A V , .w-- . . s 2 FY' fl' f R '56 1" K A K 1 4 ,," , ,Wd -iri , ,A ' 1 fl! i ml , Q Vyfyb ,ge Zak W 9 .5-"' , , 1 fi 3 A' 4,5 rr DA? 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MacGregor, George Madera, Manuel Maestas, Dolores Maestas, Loretta Maestas, Richard Maisano, Kathy Manzanares, Theodore Mares, Stanley Marquez, Elaine Martin, Anna Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Martinez, Martinez, Martinez Alex , Andrew , Anthony Dale , Diane Dorothy Frances Henry Lawrence Oliver Martinez, Richard Matthew, Ollice Mattingly, Lloyd May, Gladys Mayer, james McAnelly, Eric McBroom, Jimmy McCamey, David McCarter, Cherie McClain, Carrie McCord, Steven McCrory, Diane Mclntyre, Guy McLean, Mavis Miers, Cheryl Miklebost, Pat Miller, Rhinda Miller, Sandra Mirabal, Cynthia Mirabal. jake Mirabal, Steven Mireles, David Mitchell, Robert Mtmlina, Damacio Montano, Ines Montoya, Annie Montoya, Antoinette Montoya Barbara Montoya, Dolores Montoya, Jerry Montoya, Rita Montoya, Susan Montoya, Sylvia Montoya, Theocloro Moreno, Mary Irene Mosher, Samie Nanneman, Ivan Naranjo, Mary Near, Ronald Nevarez, Delilah Library Sells Paper Back Books " M' In fe A ' M .Q -" f askin I7 ,g 'Af,.,w : W , y M ' Wai- a fr i K " ig, r f fag M , Jrr Jrr t I in 1 if jg Qi,7'u -Q, we Valley students spend a hectic morning registering for the 68-69 school year. ,wr gr-.4 .fnwi ki- 3, Q , Newton, Pamela Niccoli, Jacqueline Nichals, Nanci Nieto, Alex Norberro, jerry Noriega, Richard Null, Sheldon Ogorek, Olivia Olivas, Arthur Olguin, Evelyn Olguin, Kathryn Olona, Michael Olson, Barbara Orona, Cilina Ortega, Geraldine M Juniors Study American Literature ll , if 5 ,, 'ef sn Ortega, Teddy Ortiz, Priscilla Ortiz, Rosemary Ortiz, Susan Ortiz, Virginia Otero, Laverne Otero, Micheal Otero, Tony Padilla, Alex Padilla, Diana Padilla, Dolores Padilla, Eugene Padilla, Judy Padilla, Patrick Paquin, Lynette Lee Campbell and Wes Dixon rehearse for their part in the play. mmm I 5' uv Q2 ,gf G 1, v-,. 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Charlie Plumbe, Barbara Powell, Barbara Powell, Pamela Powers, Theodore Puccetti, john Puttock, Monica Quinn, John Quintana, Carol Quintana, Josephine Quintana, Richard Rael, Lynn Rael, Rita Ramberg, Regan ' Ramierez, Martha Ramirez, Doreen Ratliff, Vikki Reck, Karen Redfearn, Ivan Rendon, Barbara Reno, Randolph Reyos, Monte Riffenburgh, Harry Rinehart, Bernice Rinehart, Denise Rivera, David Roberts, Roxanne Robinson, Barbara Robinson, William Robles, Gilbert Rodarte, Olivia Rodriquez, Manuel Rogalslty, Carol Rogers, Rhea Romero, jake Romero, james Romero, Joseph Romero, Kristine Romero, Mary Rouse, Diana Roybal, Beverly Roybal, Ed Ruiz, joan Ruiz, Marcello Ruiz, Philip Saavedra, Ted Saine, Debra Salas, Rey Salas, Theresa Salazar, Manuel Salt, Charlie ti, ye - ,.. S 4...-nv , ns 491 t-5 ft , 1 f ' VE f '55 1 K I .Na 'ii u A 'mv' :, W f, im f' . 1, a Q , ,, , ' Sanchez Sanchez ' 2U 5 S Q: M Sanchez -" Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez an . Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez, , Sanchez, a a Sanchez, Sampson, Ellanis Adolfo Alex Anna Darlene Diane Evelyn Frances Gilbert joseph Joyce Kenneth Loretta Marie Margaret N, ,F :SN B joe Leyba, one of the many juniors on the football team, struggles for more yardage. Sanchez, Sanchez , Sanchez, Sanchez, Michael Richard Solomon Theresa Sando, Parker Sandoval, Debbi Sandoval, Nancy Schaefer, Howard Schalles, Dennis Schear, joe Scherf, Sealey, Thomas Paul Serna, Catherine Serna, Paul Serna, Theresa 'S e 4' . 'M ,ggi A ,,.,,, ,,, A , J -4 ef F Q V 1 sf ' gf ...B ' K rm. a x, 7 a if em -.. f 1 5' 'TIP' .,i4.... :MJ T cllr 5 V S f,f,":, ' 2 5 1,f 5. K I'-,J K S . - "Q F mf 1 A A ff l juniors participate in Concert Choir shown above during the Homecoming Assembly under the duection of Mr Sheets Sesma, Judith Shelly, Pam Shew, Kyle Shields, Susan Shortle, james Shull, Vickie Simoes, Connie Sisneros, Betty Smart, Sonja Smid, james Smith, Alice Smith, Maureen Smith, Wym Snowden, Debbie Snyder, Theresa Sosa, Teresa Stewart, Forrest Stickler, Charlotte Stockton, Gregory Stogner, Jeanne Sturtoman, Russell Suazo, Ed Suggs, Claire Szeman, Suzanne Taber, Clifford Tabet, Peter Tafoya, Doloris Takahashi, Linda Taylor, Cuney Templeton, John Thomen, Betty Torres, Tony Torres, Yolanda Tracy, Margaret Trujillo, Flora Trujillo, Marie Upshaw, jackie Urias, juanito Ussery, Margaret Valdez, Eliza Valdez, George Vanhorn, Janie Vasquez, Belinda Vaughn, james Venters, Lawanna Vickers, james Vigil, Martha Vigil, Mary Vigil, Michael Vigil, Ramona Villescas, Robert Walker, Eddie Warren, Zoe Ann Webb, Mary Wedemeyer, Brenda Weltz, Marlene Whiteley, Gordon Williams, Debra Wise, Waneta Yarbrough, Diane an U -, ...Q W fiv ,wa ...an-U' . , f. i 1-Q . -Q. A v 'A f ' ..'!g'1.s ters? :ff 4-,gr Vi'l' 1 ul- 'Q' if , 4 1 ,vm W., I Z I lf 5 I ,,f,Q tr. I ikl' . :fr 1 " "" 5 f.r:-'ze T . V wi 'ii' ' , Q A X s ttt tias W 5 .. LS. .E a-s f, -.wif , 47 f-rr Yazzie, Steven Young, Cheryl Youner, Andrew Zamora, Mary Zamora, Rebecca Zuniga, Ophelia Greigo Leads Class of ' O I :J .,.. an .. 'sstwj , I J A , juniors act out a scene from "The judgement" a play put on by the drama department, directed by Dee Masters. Valley students rush between bells for their next class. . vw ,la E , . xxx 5 'a 3 ' . -If m A Hr 1 v Q.. L. 1 5 L n n x 11 Ll' i 156 F' W., X Y l w 7. l 5 1, 4 , - I 230 , I B f' f "' ,i.-,..,....J1-'1--alll'-, H'-4'fH"' A 4 5 Q ' Seniors Q 4 'Y J if fb , Az. a . .nf J 1- g, 3 L M ha il if f.. r M, 153 '14 ,Qi , 'FIR' I ,L. ri. 1 gf 049, 4, 3' 'C A ,if- . ,233 32. a az. W, 'Q 'lr- . .1 14 1 'R s- I.. A SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Liz Pike, student council representative, Danny Martinez, presidentg Nancy Coates, historian, Cathy Sisneros, treasurerg Mary Fran Cordova, secretary, and Doug Lewis, vice-president. Seniors at last, the Class of '69 immediately took over the lead in all Valley activities. After waiting for two years to take over the major role in Valley, the seniors elected most officers of Valley clubs and were a primary factor in supporting all Viking extracurricular activities. Seniors were prominent on all athletic teams and in aca- demic achievements. Looking toward graduation in june, the seniors look back on a good record of achievements in their three years here. From the winning of the UMOC contest as sophomores, the outstanding prom in their junior year, to the excitement of this their final year, the Class of '69 has distinguished itself in Valley's annals. 32 at in-pf Aaron, Michael Alderette, joe Anderson, Amy Arenas, Cynthia Abeyta, Carolyn Anaya, Fernando Ansley, Wanda Armijo, Carmen Adcox, Connie Aguilar Helen Anaya, Sinforosa AUHYH, Yvonne Af11g.QU, lOSffPh Archuleta, Gloria Armijo, Ronnie Arthur, Sonny GP" n--,-K wg,-Q..-vi Jr 'W 7'3" 1, .W-'49 Ashcraft, Jim Ayers, David Baca, Josephine Baca. Louise Baca, Marcella Baca, Marie Baker, William Baldizan, john Baldonado, Regina Ball, Irene Barela, Viola Bates, Shirley Beecher, Christine Begay, Daisy Begay, Elizabeth Begay, Kenneth KN 3 '4::,f,v Bell, Jean Benally, Jimmie Benton, Sylvia Befliilf, Marsha Bernal, Esther Bernauer, Joey Boatman, Ray B0i16'21l1, Silvia 'L E - - f 4 , sl l 5 Linda Rogalsky, Etta Moses, Louise Martinez, Midge Yoshimoto, Doug Lewis, and Janine Stueber welcome Klaus Zurchmitten to Albuquerque and Valley High School. Q-55 Booth, Michael Boyd, Leeland Brinkley, Patricia Brown, Ida Brown, Michael Buchannan, Nancy Buck, Elizabeth Buehler, Susan X, Mr. DiNello and Mr. Blagg check senior's program cards at registration. N-V, AB' Q-wr Burgan, Barbara Burkhead, Judy Bumftf, Sharon BUNCH, Doris Byrn, Cisco Byrn, Nancy Caballero, Pat Caldwell, Judy Callahan, Michael Candelaria, Geraldine Candelaria, john Candelaria, Lorraine Candelaria, Steve Cantrel, Tom Caristo, Mike Carlson, Steve H "V 'Alan' fl" ws, 'md' Carrillo, Ar1th0Hy Carter, Becky Carter, Tommy Cash Gary Causaus, jerry Cervantes, Chris Chambers, Sheryl Chmfez' Annette Chiwel, Anthony Chavez, Christine Chavez, Diana Chavez, Dorothy Chavez, Lucy Chavez, Matilda Chavez, Paul Chavez. Robert 4'-3 p . we at ii r""f ff l ! ' Qtr Janine Stueber, Midge Yoshimoto, Louise Martinez, Linda Rogalsky, student body before a football game. Chiado, Angela Clark, Kathy Coen, Richard Cole, Sherri and Mardi Fowle Clausen, Janie Coleman, James WH ffrxf ' X was ill r go over a new cheer with the Valley Coats, Nancy Cormiff, Susan 1 49" 239 ng ' Margret Perea presents Vice-Principal Bert Everett with a trophy they won in Conroy, Elizabeth Conwell, Linda Cordova, Joann Cordova, Mary Cordova, Michael Cordova, Roger the State Fair Parade. Cordova, Manuel Cordova, Tony 4.458 97 Ni .sv ,wp-rf Corley, Glenn Cortez, Antonette Craig, john Craig, Virginia Crespin, Emma Cuellar, Rose Mary Davidson, Greg Davis, Dennis Davis, Geraldine Deldosso, Diane DeVilliers, Rodney Dike, Robert Doerr, Carol Donegan, Jennifer Dow, Velma Draper, Sandra lit Duran, Darlene Duran, Jessie Dufafli L9-HY Dufaflt, Richard Eavenson, Nancy Edmonson, Betty ESPIUOSH, Eva ESC1U1bCl, VIOI21 Estrada, Victoria Effefettv Peggl' Ewing, Florence Ewing, Cathy Faus, Robert F 101653 RaYlene Fitzgerald, Glenn Flukg, Naneffe 1. ,,-4, Foster, Michael Fought, Walter Fowler, Mardi Frizzell, Bill Fulton, Robert Futrell, Janette Gabaldon, Steve Gallegos, Bertha 435 3 -Ka ll s S X iN:Fx N..-ss -N X X e ee illl' qi l S Q - . N. Ff- 1, nl N Danny Martinez and Fran Cordova return from presenting the Vi-Queen with the senior's gift. ,nf 4-'Gil' Garcia, Ada Garcia, Barbara Garcia, Carmen Garcia, Cora L Garcia, Daniel Garcia, Darlene Garcia, Elsie Garcia, Gloria V Ida Baca and Dolly Rael team up for a game of ping pong at one of Valley's playnights. .hut Q""' -fa sk Garcia, Joaquin Garcia, Loretta Garcia, Margaret Garcia, Margaret Garcia, Martin Garcia. Matthew Garcia. Nora Garcia, Patricia Garcia, Rose Mary Garcia, Teresa Garcia, Virginia Gar fi50f1, I-Cllh Garver, Linda Gatewood, Linda George, Rosalie Gillian, john Q. ,iv W ' k Glazer, Shirley Gomez, Herman Gonzales, Elaine Gonzales, Kathy Gonzales, Linda D. Gonzales, Linda I. Gonzales, Margarita Gonzales, Margie Gonzales, Michael Gonzales, Roy Gonzales, Tina Gradi, Anita Graeber, Daniel Graham, james Graham, Kathy Grandia, jake V-an, it-fx if-ui 531' 2 T 4 Q ,,,.. V, , ,,,,, , fu ' Debbie Michaels, Theresa Garica, Marci Wolf, and Tommy Kitts act out a scene from the all senior play Grant, Margaret Graves, Phyllis Gray, Jody Gray, Judy Greenlee, Deborah Grider, joe Griego, David Griego, David V .-Pi R -0 , vs I . Gayle Lightfoot models the suit she made in the annual fashion sh ow put on by the home economics class. Greigo, Demetrio Gfeigo, Jean Greigo, Kathryn Greigo, Patrick Gros, Patricia Grosso, Don Guardioln, Rita Gurley, Kirby qs.. ,Au 4 jf Gutierrez, Catherine Gutierrez, Del Gutierrez, Ely Gutierrez, Ida Gutierrez, Leo Gutierrez, Linda Gutierrez, Sidney Hansen, Becky Hflflimy Wilyne Harriman, Anne Harvel, Charles Harvey, Jocelyn Hilfdl, Andrew Haway, David Haywood, Donita Hein, Adele we-rf!" Herring, Gregory Hildebrant, Catherine Hill, Sue Ellen Hobbs, Sharon Holmes, Brian Hoskie, Betty Howard, Shawn Howell, Susan Hubbard, Sarah Imboclen, lim lahfl, Beth I 1 Jaramillo, Bernie Jaramillo, Danny Jaramillo, johnny jaramillo, Patricia jafamillo, Yolanda w-su Jimenez, Yvonne Johnson, Debra. Johnson, Rita Johnson, Russell Johnston, Jay Jones, Jacque Juarez, Dolly Kasuse, Harry i r .. Michael Brown, a member of the Valley Rodeo Club, take part in the calf roping contest at the annual Valley Rodeo. sd fo-ou., Kees, Ricky Keller, Jeannette Kelly, Steven KCQUCY, I-AUX Kern, Dwight Killebrew, Kenneth Kitts, Tom Knight, Ci'-Ud1Ce Art Sierra positions his opponent for a pin at the Valley-Manzano wrestling match. 9" '4""9 ,WW Kraus, Linda Leffler, Candace Lie, Kirsten Loftfield, Norman Lamkin, Patricia Lewis, Douglas Livesay, Lucy Lon g, Gary Lawrence, Kay Le Blanc, Judy Lewis, Ellen Leyva, David Livingston, Lyon Lodge, KCHY Lopez, Beatrice Lopez, Jlm '71 u...-ayy W ' L A Q Lopez, Linda Lopez, Richard Lovato, Emily Lovato, Jeannie Lovato, Mike Love, Ronnie Lowder, Richard Lucero, Anthony Lueeruy Catherine Lucero, David Lucero, Emmy Lucero, Frederick Lucero, Manuel Lucero, Margarite Lucero, Patricia Lucero, Paul Mike Neid scrambles for possession of the ball against the St. Pius Sartans. Lucero, Robert Lucero, Ronald I-L1Qi2I12i, Yolanda I-111210, Eddie Lujan, Herman Lujan, Joseph Llllafl, MHYY LHJHU, Nlfholas ,MW ,www V TPMWMMWW Nyln MM ,,,, ,,,, , ,M I 1 ' gsgzitfuv' s mars f Vikettes entertain the crowd during halftime in their new uniforms. fl I K n 9, w ,JA Q 2- -ff . W V ' Lundy, James Macs, Pearl M3659-S, George u Maestas, Herman Maestas, Mike Maestas, Susan Maldonado, Rosahe Malin, Greg l vnu., ,va if-MV YHA Marquez, Leticia Martinez, Andy Martinez, Irene Martinez, Mary Louise Marquez Martinez Martinez Martinez , Lucy Martens, Johnny , Audrey Martinez, Chris , Larry Martinez, Lauren , Perlinda Matthews, Dewayne I Martine, Nancy Martinez, Danny Martinez, Mary McCrary, Bill if "ear , ,ww Mdlhfmey, Betty Mclntire, Gary McKelvy, Stephen Mecklenburg, john Meek, Mike Melbihess, Vicky Merrell, Russell Metoyer, Greg Meuli, Chris Meyer, Kathy Michael, Deborah Michael, Terri Mifhilfl, Tim Miller, Bruce Minoli, Walden Mobley, Patty if Jw Q 'J' Molina, Lila Monroe, Jamie Montoya, A. B. Montoya, Francis Montoya, Jean M0Uf0YH, J0y Montoya, Patricia Montoya, Rita V ' A 0 Q li. Seniors Bill Baker, jim Reid, and Gary Long work out a lab on levers in their physics class. sg 1 ,, kv- ' Why Montoya, Rosemary Montoya, Santiago Mora, Catherine Molfaga, Jarma- Morrow, Donna Moses, Etta Moya, Danny Nalaf, EfHeSf Valley students dance at the annual Senior sponsored Christmas Formal. Najarajo, David Nez, jerry Olguin, Maurice Ortega, Linda Navalesi, Gery Nied, Michael Olivas, Hilda Ortiz, Richard it Neal, Brenda N ieto, Robert Oliver, Virgil Oskins, Dean Newton, Barbara O'Connor, Peggy Ortega, Henry Oskins, Mark w-.-ay' .,,..s f""w-i, ak' wt" WW? phi ,fans Rf' Oskins, Mike Osuna, Marta Ozolin, Edward Pacheco, Louis Padilla, Edward Padilla, Evelynn Padilla, Louise Padilla, Orlando Overmier, Lynne Padilla, Billy Otero, Nazarno Padilla, Barbara Padilla, james Padilla, Lawrence Padilla, Thomasina Paquin, Wayne The Valley concert band performs for the student body during the annual Christmas Assembly. Payne, Laffy Pelot, Diane P?fC21, Margret Perea Patricia Perea, Virginia Pfaff, Catherine PICYCC, Cathy Pike Elizabeth awk ,f ' w- -:Vi if Christopher Lujan shows Felix Torres how to blow bubbles at the annual Christmas party for unclerpriviliged children Poggi, Anita Quintana, Christine Rael, joe Raines, Cathy Rasmusson, Lona Reineke, Mark Rey, John Richardson, Daryl ,f'f0"' .N-gg! 'MMT' Q aff' 'r""f' f' ' Reid, james Riekeman, Kathy Rigsby, Sammy Ries, Christy Rios, Maryann Ripley, Lois Robinson, Richard Rodarte, Alex Rodgers, Mary Ellen Rodriquez, Lena Mae Rodfiquezf Maflene Rogalsky, I-i0Cl21 Rogers, Randy Romero, Carmen Romero, Charles Romero, Dorothy is MM! Romero, Mark Romero, Rose Rothhammer, Sue Rounds, Stan Roybal, Joe Russell, Sandra Rust, Julia Salazar, Sophie Saldano, Manuel Sanchez, Albita Sanchez, Angela Samhez, Carl Sanchez, Edward Sanchez, Fred Sanchez, Gilbert Sanchez, Josie .oz p-UQ? JV -if 3 ' Sanchez, Mary Ann Sanchez, Michael Sanchez, Phillip Sanchez, William Sandoy Dgfyn S21I1dOV3.l, BOI'11'1iC Sandgval, Faye Sandoval, ri A john Candelaria takes a jump shot during the Vikings 67-55 victory over Del Norte. "'::D "W", Santillanes, Abie Santillanes, Joann Saxton, Renee Scruggs, Toni Scurlock, Sue Sena, Vivian Sesrna, Charlie Shelton, David 'S 1 Sidney Gutierrez, Louise Martinez, and Danney Martinez are presented with certificates naming them among America's out- standing teenagers. Shideler, Tom Sieboldf, 31152111 Silva, Kathleen Simms, Kenneth Simms, Sandra Simpson, Susan Sisneros Cath Smith Linda Smith Villflfie 1 Y 7 ' , Stanat, Madeline Stone, Danny Sfllebef, 1301116 Silva, Patricia Sims, Kay Stambaugh, Stanley Suazo, Elton Suazo, Joe Sullivan, Richard Tafoya, Cathy Tafoya, Ronald Tamez, Louise Tauche, Walter Terrel, jane Thies, Mary Thomas- I-WY Thompson, Gary Thompson, Louise Th0fU, Diana Q Tafoya, Nickolas Terrazas, Paul Thommarson, Linda Tixier, Charles pil 1...-w Klaus Zurschmitten and Louise Baca enjoy dancing with the other American Field Service members at Klaus' birthday party Todd, Cheryl Tokinson, john Torres, Daniel Torres, Enrique Torres, Margaret Trout, Roxanne Trujillo, Antoinette Trujillo, Dolores mm, --.. ""lMi, sm lung :il f'Fm j Etta Moses and Cathy Sisneros prepare chile packages for Valley alumni servicemen overseas for Christmas Holidays Trujillo, jake Trujillo, joan Trujillo, joe Trujillo Marjorie Trujillo, Mary Trujillo, Pat Trujillo, Richard Trujillo Sharon cf Nea- 'W Tsutsumi, Louella. Turietta, joe Turner, Liz Valdez, Joe Valdez, Pete Vallejos, Roger Vfifeua, Pauline Varos, Teddy Vigil, Diane VIHCSCHS, Emle Wall, Mary Warren, John Valdez, Beverly Vandevelde, Charles Vigil, Mary Ann Weaver, Doug L-K. V1-3 T' Weaxyef, TQ-fy Wedemeyer, Connie Welsh, Gregory Whitt, Janice W11k1f1S0H,R0y Williams, David Williamson, Sylvia Wilson, Rocky Wingo, Pamela Wise, Lori Wolf, Marci Woodard, Reg Welsh, Jeanie Williams, Roberta Winter, Nora Wray, john fi. Wright, Lee Yazzie, Grace Yoshimoto, Midge Zamora, joseph Zamora, Marcella Zickert, Ted Zunie, Norena Zurschmitten, Klaus Senio Wake U me wr LQV5 whiff 1 Elf, we all. m A fxffl I' by rs Midge Yoshimoto, Mardi Fowler and Ken Kilebrew take a break during the Graveyard Dance sponsored by the Junior Class. AARON, MICHAEL B. German Club 2, 3, Engineering Club 3, 4, Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Shield 3, 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4 ABEYTA, CAROL M. Band 3 ADCOX. CONSTANCE E. Student Council 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, French 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 3, 4, National Foren- sic League 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 AGUILAR, HELEN Attendance Office Aides 3, FHA 3, DECA 3, 4. All School Play 3. Tutoring Program 3, 4 ALDERETE, JOSEPH P. Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, 3 ANAYA, FERNANDO ANAYA. SINFOROSA Girls Chorus 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Tutoring Program 4 ANAYA, YVONNE M. Girls' Chorus 4, Library Aides 2. 3, 4, DECA3 ANDERSON, AMY A. Sophomore Senate, Ski Club 2, 3, Saga 3, 4 ANSLEY, WANDA P. DECA 4, Rodeo Club 3, 4 ARAGON, JOSEPH ARCHULETA, GLORIA Gymnastics Club 4, Tutoring Program 4 ARENAS, CYNTHIA ARMIJO, CARMEN M. B-team Cheerleader, Vikettes 3, Counseling Office Aides 2, At- tendance Office Aides 2, 3, Gym- nastics Club 2, DECA 4, Tutoring Program 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 4 ARMIJO, BONNIE L. Mixed Chorus 2, 3, DECA 3 Seniors' Activities for IQ66-69 Are ARTHUR, SONNY W. Boy's State, Basketball 3, 4, V-Club 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, FCA 2. 5. 4 ASHCRAFT, JIM AYERS, DAVID J. FFA 4 BACA, JOSEPHINE BACA, LOUISE BACA, MARCELLO O. Library Aides 4, Gymnastics Club 2, Tutoring Program 4, Pep Club 3 BACA, MARIA F. Mixed Chorus 4 BAKER, WILLIAM D. Caving Club 2, 3, 4, Folk Gui- tar Club 4 BALDIZAN, JOHN Band 4 BALDONADO, REGINA D. GAA 2, FHA 5 BALL, IRENE I. Junior Senate, Attendance Of- fice Aides 2 BARELA, VIOLA O. Senior Senate, Counseling Office Aides 4, DECA 3, All School Play 3 BATES, SHIRLEY BEECHER, CHRISTINE M. Student Council 3, Library Aides 3, FHA 3, Caving Club 2, 3, 4, Safety Association Z, 3 BEGAY, DAISY C. 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Rodeo Club BEGAY, ELIZABETH BEGAY, KENNETH R. Cross Country 2, 3, Wrestling 3, Track 2, 3 BELL, JEAN BENALLY, JIMMIE BENTON, SYLVIA M. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Ameri- Tanya Stafford was Valley's mascot for the 1968- 69 basketball season. al ,, ,,.. . , ..,- can Field Service Club 2, Speech Club 4, Tutoring Program 2 BERLINT, MARSHA L. Girls Chorus 3, 4, DECA 3 BERNAL, ESTER S. Student Council 2, Class Secre- tary 2, Class Treasurer 2, Tutor- ing Program 2, Pep Club 4 BERNAUER, JOEY L. Junior Senate 3, FFA 2, Key Club 4 BOATMAN, LEONARD RAY Student Council 2, Boy's State Alternate, Football 2, Baseball 2, Key Club 2 BOILEAN, SILVIA BOOTH, MICHAEL D. Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, 4, German Club 2 BOSWELL, JANET S. Girls Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 4 BOYD, LEELAND J. BRINKLEY, PATRICIA G. Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 BROWN, IDA J. Student Council 3, 4, Attend- ance Office Aides 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Tutoring Program 3 BROWN, MICHAEL L. FFA 2, 3, 4, Rodeo Club 2, 3, 4 BUCHANNAN, NANCY J. Attendance Office Aides 4, Rodeo Club 4 BUCK, ELIZABETH C. Nurses' Office Aides 3, 4, FHA 2, DECA 4 BUEHLER, SUSAN G. American Field Service Club 4, Library Aides 2, German Club 3 BURGAN. BARGARA D. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Student of the Month 4, State Student Office Council 4, Attendance Aides 2. 3, Tennis Club 2, Dis- trict Student Council 4 BURKHEAD, JUDY A. Nurses Office Aides 3, 4, Ski Club 4 BARNETT, SHARON BURTON, DORIS J. . Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, Nurse's Office Aides 2 BYRN, CISCO W. Student Council 2, 3, 4, State Student Council 3, 4, Sophomore Senate, Junior Senate, Boy's State, Football 2, 3. 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, V-Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, FCA 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3. 4, Ath- lete of Month 4, Student Body Officer-Treasurer 4 BYRN, NANCY L. Student Council 2, 4, Junior Senate 3, Girl's State, Gymnastics Club 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, Shield 4, All School Play 2, 3, One Act Plays 2, 3, 4 CABALLERO, PATRICIA CALDWELL, JUDY A. Vi-Queen Court, Girls' Chorus 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Nurses Office Aides 3, GAA 2, Gymnastics Club 2, 4, DECA 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4 CALLAHAN, MICHAEL C. Student Council 2, 3, 4, State Student Council 3, Albuquerque Youth Council 2, 3, 4, Junior Senate, Senior Senate, Cross-Coun- try 3, Tennis 3, 4, Caving Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 4, Shield 4, All School Play 4, One Act Plays 4 CANDELARIA, GLORIA G. FHA 2, Tutoring Program 4 CANDELARIA, JOHN A. Sophomore Senate 2, Boy's State Alternate, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Golf 2, Key Club 3, 4 CANDERLARIA, LORAINE L. Mixed Chorus 2, Library Aides CANDELARIA, STEVE R. Basketball 3, Spanish Club 3 CANTRELL, TOM P. Band 2, 3, All State Band 3, DECA 4 CARISTO, MICHAEL A. Student Council 3, Football 2, Swimming 2, Caving Club 4, Drama 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, FCA 3, Senior Class Play 2, 3, 4, All School Play 2, 3, One Act Plays 2, 3, 4 CARLSON, STEVE J. Key Club 2, 3, 4 GARRILO, ANTHONEY A. Basketball 3, Science Club 2 CARTER, REBECCA L. Nurses' Office Aides 2, 3, 4, All School Play 3 CARTER, ROY TOMMY DECA 4, Key Club 3, 4, Tu- toring Program Z CASH, GARY L. Industrial Arts Fair 3 CAUSAUS, JERRY CERVANTES, CHRISTINE T. CHAMBERS, SHERYI. L. Student Council 4, Snow Queen, Nurses' Office Aides 3, 4, Art Club 2. 5, 4 CHAVEZ, ALICIA A. GAA 2. V-Club, 2, Sophomore Senate, Junior Senate, Tutoring Program 2, 3, Safety Association 3 CHAVEY, STEVE A. Football 2, Wrestling 2 CHAVEZ, CHRISTINE E. Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, FAA 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 CHAVEZ, DIANE I. FHA 2, 5, 4, Pep Club 5 CHAVEZ, DOROTHY CHAVEZ, LUCY S. Vi-Queen, Vikettes 3, 4, Li- brary Aides 2, GAA 2 CHAVEZ, MATILDA A. CHAVEZ, PAUL M. CHAVEZ, ROBERT Cl-IIADO, ANGELA L. Sophomore Senate, Attendance Office Aides 2, Legend 3, 4, Tutor- ing Program 3, 4 CLARK, KATHY CLAUSEN, LILA JANIE Student Council 2, 4, Sopho- more Senate, Junior Senate, Sen- ior Senate, Girls' Chorus 2, Con- cert Choir 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4 COATES, NANCY L. Student Council 2, 4, Albuquer- que Youth Council 4, Senior Sen- ate, Class Historian 4, Attend- ance Office Aides 2, Ski Club 4, Tutoring Program 4 COEN, RICHARD E. library Aides 2, Science Fair 2. COLE, SHERRI A. Student Council 2, 4, American Field Service Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4 COLEMAN, JAMES S. Wrestling 2, 3 CONNIFF, SUSAN K. Senior Senate, Counseling Office Aides 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Saga 3. 4 CONROY, ELIZABETH A. Student Council 4, Albuquerque Youth Council 3. ,Iunior Senate, Senior Senate, American Field Service Club 4, Shield 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Na- tional Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4 CONWELL, LINDA S. Junior Senate 3, Senior Senate 4, Gymnastics Club 2, 3, French Club 3, National Honor Society 3. CORDOVA, JOAN K. .Senior Senate, Nurses' Office Aides 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Tutor- ing Program 2, 4 CORDOVA, MANUEL Junior Senate, Basketball 2 CORDOVA, MARY F. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Soph- Studen Varied omore Senate, Junior Senate, Sen- ior Senate, Class Secretary 4, Class Treasurer 3, Spirit Sweet- heart Attendant 3, Girl's State, Drama 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Senior Class Play 4, One Act Plays Z CORDOVA, MICHAEL CORDOVA, ROGER S. Boys State, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, V-Club 2, 3, 4 CORDOVA, TONY Student Council 2, Cross Coun- try 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Track 2, 3, 4, V-Club 2, 3, 4, One Act Play 4, Safety Assoc. Z CORLEY, GLENN N. Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3 CORTEZ, ANTONETTE R. Girls Chorus 2. Mixed Chorus 3, 4, GAA 2, FHA 2, Tutoring Program 4 CRAIG, JOHN CRAIG, VIRGINIA CORINE American Field Club 4, FHA 2, 3, FBLA 3, Business Honorary 3, Sigma Beta Epsilon 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Tutoring Pro- gram 3 CRESPIN, EMMA G. Girls Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3 CUELLAR, ROSEMARY DAVIS, DENNIS A. Cross Country 4, Track 4 DAVIS, GERALDINE Band 4, Pep Club 4, Art Club 2 DAVIDSON, PAUL GREGORY Swimming 2, 3, -l, Caving Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4 DELDOSSO, DIAN DEVILLIERS, WM. R. Senior Senate 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Key Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4 DIKE, ROBERT DOERR. CAROL A. Library Aides 2, Teacher Aide 3 DONEGAN, JENNIFER S, American Field Service Club 4, Vikettes 4, Main Office Aides 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4 DOW, VELMA S. DECA 3, 4 DRAPER, SANDRA L. Mixed Chorus 3, FTA 4, DECA 4, Tutoring Program 3, 4 DURAN. JESSIE DURAN, LARRY P. Student Council 4, Junior Sen- ate, Library Aides 4, Attendance Office Aides 3, Baseball 2, Safety Assoc. 2 DURANT, RICHARD A. Student Council 4, Junior Sen- ate, FFA 2, 3, 4, Caving Club 2, 3, 4, Teacher Aid 2 EAVENSON, NANCY J. Girls Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4 EDMONDSON, BETTY ESPINOSA, EVA L. ESQUIBEL, VIOLA E. Girls Chorus 3, 4 ESTRADA, VICTORIA Sophomore Senate, Main Office Aides 2, Attendance Office Aides 4, GAA 2, Bookroom Aide 3 EVERETT, PEGGY A. GAA 3 EWING, FLORENCE M. FHA 3, Caving Club 2, 3, 4 EXVING, KATHLEEN ANN Counseling Office Aides 4, Leg- end 4 FAUS, ROBERT A. Student Council 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Track 4, V-Club 4, Speech Club 2, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4 FINLEY, RAYLENE Student Council 2, Sophomore J. -I i. , , , ,',, . . , 1' gk .V 5-2 ,J " ,-li 5 Mike Cordova escapes for a touchdown during the Valley victory over Albuquerque Hih. Senate, Junior Senate, Senior Sen- ate, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Saga 3, 4 FITZGERALD, GLENN FLUKE, NANETTE R. Girls Chorus 2, Attendance Of- fice Aides 2, 3, Bowling Club 2, Rodeo Club 2, 3, 4 FOSTER. MICHAEL S. Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, V-Club 4, Span- ish Club 2 FOUGHT, XVALTER J. FOWLER, MARDI Student Council 4, Senior Sen- ate, Varsity Cheerleader, Gym- nastics Club 2, 3, Ski Club 4, Tutoring Program 3 FRIZZELL, WILLIAM F. Student Council 4 unior Sen , .I - ate. Band 2. 3. 4, Nurses Office Aides 4, Football 2, Track 2, 3, 4 FULTON, ROBERT Track 2, 3, 4, V-Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play 4 FUTRELI.. ALI.ISON JANETTE Girls Chorus 2, Concert Choir 3, 4, FTA 2, Drama Club 2, 3. Speech Club 3, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, All School Play 2, Safety Assoc. 2 GABALDON, STEVEN M. Senior Senate, Wrestling 4, Tu- toring Program 4 GALLEGOS, BERTHA MAE Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3 GARCIA, ADA C. Tutoring Program 2 GARCIA, BARBARA GARCIA, CARMEN M. Library Aides 2, 3 GARCIA, CORA L. Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Senior Class Play 4, All School. Play 2, 3, 4, One Act Play 2, 3, 4 GARCIA. DANIEL L. Class Treasurer 4, DECA 3 GARCIA, DARLENE Library Aides 3. Drama Club 4, One Act Plays 4 GARCIA, ELSIE GARCIA, GLORIA A. Band 2, 3, 4, Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, 4 GARCIA, JAKE L. DECA 2, 3, 4 GARCIA, LORETTA GARCIA, MARGARET GARCIA, MARTIN GARCIA, MATHEW GARCIA, NORA J. Council 4 Junior Sen Q , . ate, Senior Senate, Attendance Office Aides 4, Spanish Club 3, DECA 4, Drama Club 4, Senior Class Play 4, One Act Plays 4 GARCIA, PARTICA A. Attendance Office Aides 3, 4, DECA 4 GARCIA, ROSE MARY Library Aides 4, GAA 2, 4 GARCIA, TERESA H. Student Council 3, Sophomore Senate, Junior Senate, Class Treas- urer 2, Girl's State, Attendance Office Aides 2, GAA 2, Speech Club 2, 4, Drama 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Senior Class Play 4, All School Play 2, 3, One Act Play 2, 3 GARCIA, VIRGINIA L. GAA 2, V-Club 2, DECA 3. 4, One Act Play 4, Tutoring Pro- gram 2, Book Room Aid 4 GARRISON, LEAH DENISE Student Council 2, 3, Sopho- more Senate, French Club 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, All School Play 2, 3. One Act Plays 2, 3, National Honor Society, Folk Gui- tar Club 4 GARVER, LINDA L. American Field Service Club 4, District FHA Treasurer 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, Safety Assoc. 2 GATEXVOOD, LINDA M. Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4 GEORGE, ROSALIE Student Council 3, 4, Junior Senate, Attendance Office Aides 2 GILLIAM. JOHN M. Basketball 2, 3, 4 GLAZER, SHIRLEY GOMEZ, HERMAN R. Cross Country 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, V-Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2 GONZALES, ELAINE B. Junior Senate, DECA FBLA 3 GONZALES, KATHY S. Girls' Chorus 4, DECA 4 GONZALES. LINDA D. Library Aides 2, DECA 3 GONZALES, LINDA I. Tutoring Program 4 3. 4, FBLA 3, GONZALES. MARGARITA GONZALES, MARGI G. Tutoring Program 4, Safety Assoc. 3 GONZALES, MICHAEL E. Student Council 4, Tutoring Program 4 GONZALES. ROY A. Student Council 2, Sophomore Senate 2, Safety Assoc. 2 GONZALES, TINA GRADI, ANITA GRAEBER, DANIAL Life Guard 3, 4 GRAHAM, JAMES L. Wrestling 2, Swimming 2, En- gineering Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play 2, 3, All School Play 2, 3, 4, One Act Plays 2, 3, 4 GRAHAM, KATHLEEN A. Student Council 3, 4, Sophomore Senate, Senior Senate, French Club 2, Viks 3 GRANDIA, JACOB W. Wfrestling 2, 3, 4, V-Club 4 GRANT, MARGARET A. Drama Club 4, Legend 4 GRAVES, PHYLLIS J. Drama Club 2, 3, 4, All School Play 3, One Act Play 3, Tutor- ing Program 2 GRAY, JODY G. Orchestra 2, 3, 4, All State Orchestra 3, 4, French 3, 4, Oper- etta 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Spanish Honor Society 2 GRAY, JUDY G. Orchestra 2, 3, 4, All State Orchestra 4, Operetta 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Na- tional Spanish Honor Society 2 GREENLEE, DEBBIE J. Rodeo Club 2 GRIDER, JOE M. Football 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2 GRIEGO, DAVID L. GREIEGO. DAVID V. Student Council 2, Student of the4Month, State Student Council, Junior Senate, Senior Senate, Boy's State, Band, Wrestling, Tennis, V-Club, Tennis Club, Ski Club, Key Club, Legend, Safety Assoc. GREIGO, DEMETRIO GREIGO, JEAN R. Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, Vi-Queen Court 4, GAA 2, FHA 2, 3 GREIGO, KATHERYN L. Student Council 4, Counseling Office Aides 3 GREIGO, PATRICK B. GROS, PARRICIA E. Tutoring Program 2 GROSSO, JAMES D. GUARDIOLA. RITA Girls Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Library Aides 2 GURLEY, KIRBY D. Wrestling 2, FFA 2, 3, 4 GUTIERREZ, DELFINO F. Bowlinil Club, Engineering Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 GUITERREZ, ELY A. Football 2, Wrestling 3, 4 GUITERREZ, IDA LUCILLE Girls Chorus 2, Counseling Of- fice Aides 2, Swimming 2, Book Room Aid 2, Tutoring Program 2 GUTIERREZ, KATHY L. Student Council 3, Ski Club 4 GUTIERREZ, LINDA GUTIERREZ, HERMAN T. Baseball 2, V Club 3, 4 GUTIERREZ, SIDNEY M. Student Council 2, 3, 4, State Student Council 3, 4, Sophomore Senate, Junior Senate, Boys Senate District Student Council 2, 3, 4, Governors Conference on Children and Youth 3, Student Council Workshop 2, Latin Club 2, Sci- ence Fair 2, Engineering Club 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Na- 277 tional Forensic League 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 HANSEN, BECKY K. HARLAN, WAYNE C. Student Council 2, Football 4, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, Track 2, 3..V-Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Ski Club 2, Key Club 4 HARRIMAN, ANNE G. Junior Senate, Tutoring Pro- gram 3 HARVEL, CHARLES D. Swimming 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4 HARVEY, JOCELYN J. Student Council 2, 3. 4, Sopho- more Senate, Main Office Aides 31, Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, HATCH, ANDREW MS. Swimming 2, 3, Science Fair 2, DECA 4, Audio Visual Aides 4 HAXIU AY, DAVID HAYWOOD, DONITA M. Girls Chorus 2, Operetta 3, 4, All School Play 2, 3, Concert Choir 3, 4, Drama 2, 3, 4, Sen- iior Class Play 2, 3, One Act Play HEIN. ADELE L. Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, Senior Senate, Nurses Office Aides 2, 3, 4, Drama 3, Ski Club 3, 4, One Act Plays 3, Tutoring Program 4 HERRINS, GREGORY J. Art Club 3 HILDEBRANDT, CATHARINE S. Rodeo Club 3, 4 HILL, SUE ELLEN FHA 2 HOBBS, SHARON F. Sophomore Senate 2, Class Treasurer 2, Library Aides 2, 3, Gymnastics Club 2, French Club 2, Speech Club 3, Tutoring Pro- gram 2, 3 HOLMES, BRYAN J. Band 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4 HOSKIE, BETTY LOU GAA 2. 3, 4 HOWARD, IRMA SHAWN Student Council 3, Library Aides 2, GAA 2, FTA 4, Drama Club 3. Leind 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 3. HOWELL, SUSAN F. Student Council 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 3, Girls Chorus 2, Operetta 3, All School Play 3 HUBBARD, SARAH T. Rodeo Club 4, Tutoring Pro- gram 2 IMBODEN, JIM Football 2, 3. 4, Baseball 2, V-Club 3, 4 JAHN, BETH E. Main Office Aides 2, Counsel- ing Office Aide 3, 4, Tutoring Program 2, 3 JARAMILLO, BERNIE Football 2, 3, Track 2, DECA 3 JARAMILLO, DANNY rm 2, 5, 4 JARAMILLO, JOHNNY J. DECA 4 JARAMILLO, PATRICIA T. JARAMILLO, YOLANDA Senior Senate, Speech Club 4, Drama 3, 4, Senior Class Play, 4, All School Play 5. One Act lay 3 JIMENEZ, YVONNE B. l Student Council 2, Junior Sen- ate, Attendance Aides 4, GAA 2, Tutoring Program 4 JOHNSON, DEBRA D. Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Main Office Aids 4, GAA 2, Pep Club 3 278 l Seniors Show Leadership in Marci Wolf tries some friendly persuasion on Steve McKelvey in the Senior Play, "From Paris With Love." JOHNSON, RITA A. Bowling Club 3 JOHNSON, RUSSEL A. Track 3, 4, Taxidermy Club 2 JOHNSON, JAY L. JONES, JACQUE R. American Field Service Club 4, DECA 4 JUAREZ, DOLLY J. KASUSE, HARRY B. Cross Country 3, 4, Track 2, FFA 5. Rodeo Club 4 KEES, RICK A. KELLER, JEANETTE M. Junior Senate, FHA 2, French Club 3, Safety Assoc. 2 KELLY, STEVEN A. Key Club 2, 3, 4 KENNER, LARRY R. Band 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4 KERN, DWIGHT G. Orchestra 2, Tennis 2, Science Club 2 KILLEBREW, KENNETH O. Junior Senate, Class President 3, Boys State, Football 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, V-Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4, FCA 2, 3 KITTS, THOMAS G. Student Council 2, Swimming 2, 3, German Club 3, Senior Class Play 4 KNIGHT, CANDICE KRAUS, LINDA K. American Field Service Club 4, Nurses Office Aide 4, Tennis Club 2, Tutoring Program 3, 4, National Spanish Honor Society 2. 3 LAMKIN, PATRICIA A. American Field Service Club 4, Attendance Office Aides 4, French Club 4, German Club 2, 3, Tutor- ing Program 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 LAWERENCE. KAY M. Gymnastics Club 4, Rodeo Club 4, Tutoring Program 4 LEBLANC. JUDY ANN LEFFLER, CANDY E. Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, Senior Senate, American Field Service Club 4, Nurses Office Aides 4, FTA 2, Drama Club 2, All School Play 2, 3. One Act Plays 2, Tutoring Program 4 LEWIS, DOUGLAS L. Student Council 3, Sophomore Senate, Junior Senate, Senior Sen- ate, Class Vice President 4, Boys State Alternate, Football 2, 3. 4. Wrestling 3, Baseball 3, 4, Track 2, V Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, FCA 3. 4 LEWIS. ELLEN I. Student Council 4, Albuquerque Youth Council 4, Sophomore Sen- ate, Junior Senate, Senior Senate, Vi-Queen Court, Latin Club 3, Saga 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4 LEYVA, DAVID M. LIE, KIRSTEN I Foreign Exchange Student 4, Ski Club 4, AFS 4 LEVESAY, LUCY Drama Club 3, 4, Legend 3, 4, One Act Plays 3 LIVINGSTON, LYNN LODGE, KELLY B. FFA 5. 4, Rodeo Club 2, 3, 4 LOFTFIELD, NORMAN S. Swimming 2, 3, 4, V-Club 3, 4, Caving Club 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, ECA 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program LONG, GARY A. Student Council 3, Tennis Club 2, Engineering Club 4 LOPEZ, BEATRICE LOPEZ, JIM LOPEZ, LINDA M. DECA 3 LOPEZ, RICHARD LOVATO, EMILY A. Student Council 3, Girls Cho- rus 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Tutoring Program 2, 4 LOVATO, JEANNIE D. Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, FHA 2, 3, DECA 4, Tutoring Program Z, 4 LOVATO, MIKE L. One Act Plays 3, DECA 4 LOVE, RONNIE LOWDER, RICK L. Senior Senate, Boys State, Foot- ball 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, V-Club 4, Key Club 4, FCA 4, Tutoring Program 4 LUCERO, ANTHONY C. DECA 2 LUCERO, CATHERINE M. Vi-Queen Court, GAA 2, DECA 4, Safety Assoc. 2 LUCERO, DAVID M. LUCERO, EMMY T. GAA 2 LUCERO, FREDERICK Football 2, 3, 4. Basketball 4. Wrestling 2, 3, V-Club 3. 4. Drama' 4, One Act Plays 4, Tutor- ing Program 4 LUCERO, MANUEL R. DECA 4, Drama 4, One Act Plays 4, Drama Club 4 LUCERO, MARQARITE C. 0 Student Council 2, Library Aides 2. 3. FHA 3, Tutoring Program 2, 3, 4 LUCERO, PATRICIA JEAN Band 2, 3, All State Band 3, Stage Band 3, Main Office Aides 3, 4, Attendance Office Aides.2. GAA 2, Pep Club 3, Tutoring Program 2, 3, 4 Most Clubs and Activities LUCERO, PAUL LUCERO, ROBERT Vi-Queen Court, Concert Choir 3, 4, All State Chorus 3, Wres- tling 3, Spanish Club 2, Operetta 3, 4 LUCERO, RONALD LUCIANI, YOULANDA C. . Student Council 3, 4, Junior Senate, Snow Queen Princess 3, Attendance Office Aides 3, 4, DECA 4, Tutoring Program 4 LUJAN, EDWARD S. Cross Country 4, Wrestling 3, Engineering Club 2, Key Club 4 LUJAN, HERMAN L. LUJAN, MARY LUR Girls Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Tutoring Program 2 LUJAN, NICK J. Key Club 3 LUNDY, JAMES R. FFA 3, 4 MAES, PEARL L. Sophomore Senate 2, Vi-Queen Court 4, Vikettes 3, 4, GAA 2, DECA 3, 4 MAESTAS, GEORGE L. Student Council 4, Cross-Coun- try 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Track 4, V-Club 4 MAESTAS, HERMAN C. Band 4 MAESTAS. MICHAEL H. Concert Choir 4, French Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Operetta 4 MAESTAS, SUSAN Student Council 2, 3, Sopho- more Senate 2, Junior Senate 3, Senior Senate 4, Girl's State Al- ternate, GAA 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Safety Association 2, 3 INIALDONADO, ROSALIE NIALIN. GREG MARQUEZ, LETICIA Drama Club 2, Tutoring Program 4, Safety Association 2 MARQUEZ, LUCY J. MARTENES. JOHNNY MARTINE, NANCY R. Girls Chorus 4 MARTINE, ANDY J. DECA 4 MARTINEZ, AUDREY Student Council 4, Sophomore Senate, Gymnastics Club 2, DECA 4, Ski Club 4, Safety Association 3 MARTINEZ, CHRIS R. Stgident Council 3, Girls' Cho- I'LlS ' MARTINEZ, DANNY A. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate, Junior Senate, Senior Senate, Class President 2, 4, Boy's State, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3. 4, FCA 4, Saga 4, Tutoring Program 4, Boy's Nation, XWho's Who 2, 3, Class Favorite 2, UMOC 2, Student Council Vice President MARTINEZ, IRENE MARTINEZ, SONY MARTINEZ. LAUREN V. Library Aides 4, Attendance Office Aides 2 MARTINEZ, LAWRENCE Student Council 3, Bowling Club 2, 3, DECA 4, Skating Club 3 MARTINEZ, MARY E. Sophomore Senate 2' MARTINEZ, MARY LOUISE Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate, Junior Senate, Sen- ior Senate, Class Vice President 2, 3. Varsity Cheerleader 4, Girls' State, Tutoring Program 3, 4, Class Favorite 2, 3, 4 MARTINEZ, PERLINDA MATHEWS, DEWAYNE A. Orchestra 2, German Club 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Engineering Club 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Shield 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Safety Association 2, Al- buquerque Youth Symphony 4 McCRARY, WILLIAM B. MclLI-IANEY, E. BETTY Student Council 4, Sophomore Senate 2, Senior Senate 4, Ameri- can Field Service Club 4, Latin Club 2, Caving Club 4, Tutoring Program 2, 3, 4 McINTIEE, GARY E. FFA 2, 3, 4 MCKELVEY, STEVE Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, V-Club 3, 4, Senior Class Play 4 MecKLENBURG, JOHN A. Engineering Club 4 MEEK, MIKE J. Student Council 2, 4, Junior Senate, Senior Senate, Latin Club 2, Speech Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Shield 4, National Honor Society MELBIHESS, VICKI I. GAA 2, 3, 4 METOYER, GREGORY K. Basketball Z, 3, 4, Safety As- sociation 3 MEULI, MAYNARD CHRIS Student Council Z, 3, 4, State Student ,Council 2, 4, American Field Service Club 4, Boy's State Track 2. 3. 4, V-Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, FCA 2, 3, 4, Tu- toring Program 4. National Honor Society 3, 4, Warren A. Smart Citizenship Award, Football 2, 3, 4 MEYER, KATHY E. Senior Senate 4, American Field Service Club 4, Shield 4, Tutor- ing Program 3, 4 MERRILL, RUSSELL A. Student Council 2, 3, Football 2, Basketball 2, 3, French Club 2, DECA 3 MICHAEL. DEBORAH J. Student Council 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate 2, Attendance Office Aides 4. FHA 2, Latin 2, 3, Speech Club 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Shield 4, Senior Class Play 3, 4, All School Play 2, 3, 4, One Act Plays 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Pro- gram 4 MICHAEL TERRI R. Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, Nurse's Office Aides 2, 4, Counseling Office Aides 3 MICHAEL TIM ALLEN Student Council 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate 2, Junior Senate, Boy's State, Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, V-Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club Z, 3, 4 MILLER, BRUCE R. Tennis 2, 3, 4 MINOLI, WALDEN L. Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, Swimming 2, 3, 4, V-Club 2, 3, French Club 3, Speech Club 2, 3, 4, FCA 4, National Forensic League 3, 4 MOBLEY, PATTY D. Rodeo Club 3, 4 MOLINA, LITA MONROE, JAMIE MONTOYA, A. B. C. Senior Senate, Cross-Coulntry 3, 4, Basketball 2, Wrestling 3, Track 2, 3, 4, V-Club 2, 3, 4 MONTOYA, FRANCIS P. Student Council 4, Football 2, 3, 4, V-Club 4, FCA 3. 4 MONTOYA, ROSE JEAN Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, 4 MONTOYA, JOY J. GAA 2, 3, Gymnastics Club 2, 3, 4 MONTOYA, PATRICIA N. Student Council 3, 4, Albuquer- que Youth Council 3. Senior Sen- ate 4, Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, 4. GAA 2, 4, Gymnastics Club 2, 3, French Club 3, Speech Club 2, FBLA 2, 3 MONTOYA, RITA A. Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Pep Club 4 MONTOYA, ROSEMARY A. Student Council 2, Library Aides 3, DECA 3 MONTOYA, SANTIQGO O. Wrestling 2, Tennis 3 MORA, CATHERINE MORAGA, JANNA L. Libraix Aides 2, 3, Attendance Office ides 2, 3, Bowling Club 2, DECA 4 MORROW, DONNA L. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Al- buquerque Youth Council 4, Sophomore Senate 3, Senior Sen- ate 4, Class Secretary 2, Vi- Queen Court 4, Girls' State, Ski Club 4, District Student Council 3, Student Council Workshop 3 MOSES, ETTA A. Student Council 2, 3, 4, State Student Council 4, Sophomore Senate 2, Junior Senate, Senior Senate, Class Secretary 3, Vi- Queen Court 4, Girl's State, Nurses Office Aides 3, Tutoring Program 3, Student Body Secre- tary 4 MOYA, DANNY NAJAR, ERNEST NARANSO, DAVID NAVALESI, GERY L. Sophomore Senate 2, Junior Senate 3. Football 2, Key Club 2. 3, 4 NEAL, BRENDA R. American Field Service Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Governor's Youth Conference 3 NEWTON, BARBARA E, Girl's Chorus 2, Pep Club 3, 4 NIED, MICHAEL J. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, V-Club 4, Key Club 4, FCA 4 NIETO. ROBERT L. All School Play 2, Tennis Club 2 0'CONNOR, PEGGY M.- Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, Senior Senate, American Field Service Club 4, Library Aides 2, FTA 2, French Club 3, Drama 2, Shield 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4 OLIVER, VIRGIL Basketball 2, Track 2, Tennis 3 OLQUIN, MAURICE A. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Key Club 5, 4, FCA 4 ' OLIVAS. HILDA J. Attendance Office Aides 3. 4, Spanish Club 2, DECA 4, FBLA 3. Tutoring Program 2 ORTEGA, HENRY R. Student Council 4, Senior Sen- ate, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3. 4, FCA 4, V-Club 4 ORTEGA, LINDA D. Student Council 3, 4, Student of the Month 4, Albuquerque Youth Council 4, Sophomore Sen- ate, Attendance Office Aides 3, Gymnastics Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Tutoring Program 2, Safety Association 2 John Candelaria and Mike Nied referee from the side- lines during the Faculty-Harlem Traveler basketball game. , ORTIZ, RICHARD OSKINS, DEAN Football 2, DECA 4 OSKINS, MARK S. 3 Football 2, Industrial Arts Fair OSKINS, MICHAEL W. Football 2, DECA 3, 4, Legend 2, 3, 4 OSUNA, MARTA M. Junior Senate, Senior Senate, American Field Service Club 4, Library Aides 2, FTA 2, Shield 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 OTERO, NAZARENO OVERMIER, LYNNE A. Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, Nurse's Office Aides 3. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 OZOLIN, ED A. Student Council 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Library Aides 2, Tennis 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Caving Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 4, Senior Class Play 4 PACHECO. LOUIS A. Tutoring Program 2 PADILLA, BARBARA J. Tutoring Program 2 PADIILA, BILLY D. PADILLA, EDWARD L. PADILLA, EVELYN J. Vikettes 4, Senior Senate, GAA 2, FTA 4, Tutoring Program PADILLA, JAMES PADILLA, LAWRENCE PADILLA, LOUISE B. Attendance Office Aides 2, 3. 4, Spanish Club 2, FBLA 3 PADILLA, ORLANDO PADILLA, THOMASINE Student Council 2, Senior Sen- ate, Concert Choir 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Spanish Club 2, Operet- ta 3, 4 PAQUIN, WAYNE D. Football 2, 3 PAYNE, LARRY E. PELOT, DIANE L. Pep Club 3, 4 PEREA, MARGARET Sophomore Senate, Band 2, 3. 4, Vikettes 3, 4. Counseling Of- fice Aides 2, FTA 4, Drum Ma- iorette 4 PEREA, PATRICIA J. PEREA, VIRGINIA M. Library Aides 3. FHA 3 PFAFF, CATHERINE M. PIERCE, CATHY G. Attendance Office Aides 2 PIKE, ELIZABETH K. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate, Junior Senate, Sen- ior Senate, Vi-Queen Princess, Drama Club 3, Ski Club 4 POGGI, ANITA L. American Field Service Club 4, Drama Club 2, Ski Club 4 QUINTANA, CHRISTINE RAINES, KATHY S. Concert Choir 4, Mixed Chorus 3 RASMUSSON, LONA A. Attendance Office Aides 3, 4, DECA 3 REINEKE, MARK C. Student Council 4, Sophomore Senate 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 4 RAEL, JOE REY, JOHN RICHARDSON, DARYL REID, JAMES F. Band 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Swimming 4, Tennis Club 2, En- gineering Club 4, Drama 2, Sen- ior Class Play 2, All School Play 2, One Act Plays 2, National Honor Society 3, 4 RIEKEMAN, CATHY A. Sophomore Senate, Junior Sen- ate, GAA 2, Saga 3, 4, tEditorJ, National Honor Society 3, 4, Gov- ernor's Council on Youth and Children, NMIPA 3, 4 280 Seniors Top Class Competition RIGSBY, SAMMY W. Sophomore Senate, Football 2, 3, , Track 3, V-Club 3, 4 RIOS, MARYANN L. American Field Service Club 2, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4 RIPLEY, LOIS A. RIES, CHRISTY American Field Service Club 4 ROBINSON, RICHARD S. RODARTE, ALEX A. RODGERS. MARY E. Student Council 4, Senior Senate 4, Speech Club 4 RODRIGUEZ, LENA MAE D. .Student Council 2, Main Office Aides 2, FHA 3, Spanish Club 2, Safety Association 3 RODRIQUEZ, MARLENE ROGALSKY, LINDA Student Council 3, 4, Junior Senate, Varsity Cheerleader, Dra- ma Club 2, All School Play 2, One Act Play 2, 3 ROGERS, RANDY ROMERO, CARMEN M. Vi-Queen Court 4, Counseling Office Aides 2, FHA 2, 3, 4, Tu- toring Program 4 ROMERO, CHARLES A. Band 2, FFA 2, 3, Spanish Club 2 ROMERO, DOROTHY ROMERO, MARK A. Student Council 2 ROMERO, ROSE ROTHHAMMER, SUE ROUNDS, RALPH S. Senior Senate, American Field Service Club 4, Baseball 2 FCA 3, 4 ROYBAL, JOE RUSSEL, SONDRA J. .3, 4. RUST, JULIA B. Junior Senate, Senior Senate, American Field Service Club 4, FTA 2, French Club 3. 4, Caving Club 2, Shield 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4 SALAZAR. SOPHIE T. Student Council 2, 3, Main Of- fice Aides Z, 3 SALDANA, MANUEL SANCHEZ, ALBITA SANCHEZ, ANGELA J. Sophomore Senate, GAA 2. Tu- toring Program 2 SANCHEZ, CARI. B. Baseball 2 SANCHEZ, EDDIE O. DECA 3. 4 SANCHEZ, FRED SANCI-IEZ, GILBERT R. Band 2. 3, Mixed Chorus 3. Concert Choir 4, Foptball 4, Base- ball 3, Operetta 3 SANCHEZ, JOSIE E. A Student Council 4, Gymnastics Club 3 SANCHEZ, MARY ANN SANCHEZ, INIICI-IAEL E, Student Council 2, 4. Football 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Science Fair Z, Audio Visual Aides 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 3. 4, Safety Assoc. 2, 3 SANCHEZ, PHILLIP SANCHEZ, WILLIAM R. SANDO, DERYN American Field Service Club 4, FHA 2, Tennis Club 2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Shield 4, National Honor Society 3. 4 SANDOVAL, BONNIE A. Sophomore Senate 2, Vikettes 3, GAA 2, Drama 2, 4, Tennis Club 2 SANDOVAL, FAYE M. SANDOVAL, MILDRED Student Council 2, Sophomore Senate, Snow Princess 2, B- Team Cheerleader SANTILLANES, ABRAHAM Student Council 3, Alburquer- que Youth Council 4, Junior Senate 3. Caving Club 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 4, Drama Club 4, Senior Class Play 4, All School Elay 3, National Forensic League SANTILLANES, JoANN Senior Senate 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Mixed Chorus 4 SAXTON, RENEE L. Nurses' Office Aides 4, All School Play 3. Safety Assoc. 2 SCRUGGS, TONI L. Mixed Chorus 4, GAA 2, Gym- nastics Club 2 SCURLOCK, SUE Concert Choir 4, Girl's Chorus 2, Drama Club 2, Ski Club 4, Operetta 4, All School Play 2, One Act Play 4 SENA, VIVIAN C. SESMA, CHARLES E, Library Aides 2, Swimming 2 SHELTON, DAVID E. Tennis 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Speech Club 4 SH IDELER, THOMAS A. SIEBODT, SUSAN L. FHA 2, German Club Z, 3, Safety Assoc. 3, National Honor Society 3, 4 SILVA, KATHLEEN O. Foreign Exchange Student 4, Speech Club 4, All School Play 2, National Forensic League 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Na- tional Spanish Honor Soc. 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, Teacher's Aide 4 Kirsten Lie of Norway and Klaus Zurschmitten of Switzerland tell about Christmas in their homelands. OC C t forlkug Lewis SILVA, PATRICIA A. Student Council 2, Senior Sen- ate 4, Library Aides 2, Attendance Office Aides 3, Spanish Club 2 SIMMS, KENNY 1 FFA 2, 3, 4, Rodeo Club 2, 3, SIMMS, SANDY M. 3 CiAA 2, FHA 2, Rodeo Club 2, SIMPSON, SUSAN E, Sophomore Senate 2, Junior Sen- ate 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Saga 3, 4 SIMS, SYLVIA K. FFA Sweetheart Att. 4, Vikettes 3, Library Aides 2, DECA 3, 4 SISNEROS. CATHI D. Student Council 2, 3, 4, State Student Council 2, Sophomore Senate 2, Junior Senate 3, Senior Senate 4, Class Treasurer 4, Class Student Coun. Rep. 2, Spirit Sweetheart Attendant, Drama 2, Senior Class Play 4, One Act Plays 4, Ski Club 4, Audio Visual Aide 3, District Student Council 2, 3, 4 SMITH. LINDA L. Concert Choir 3. 4, Girls' Cho- rus 2, GAA 2, Drama Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Senior Class Play 4 SMITH, VALERIE J. Senior Senate 4, Concert Choir 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Speech Clu? 3, Drama Club 2, Operetta 3, SPIVEY, KENNETH P. Concert Choir 4, Drama 4, Operetta 4, All School Play 4, One Act Plays 4 STAMBAUGH. STANLEY 4 FFA 2, 3, 4, Rodeo Club 2, 3, STANAT, MADALINE R. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2. All State Chorus 3, Attendance Office Aides 2, 4, V-Club 2, Operetta 3, 4 STONE, DANNY STRIBLING, GEORGE O. Swimming 4, Drama Club 4, Ski Club 4 STUEBER, IANINE A. Student Council 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate 2, Junior Senate 3, Senior Senate 4, One Act Play 4, B-team Cheerleader Z, Varsity Cheerleader 4 SUAZO, ELTON D, Senior Senate 4 SUAZO, JOE SULLIVAN, RICHARD A. Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4 TAFOYA. KATHY TAFOYA, NICK A. Cross-Country 3, Track 3, DECA 3. 4 TAFOYA. RONALD S. Student Council 3, Key Club 4, Sports Photog. 2, 3, 4 TAMEZ, LOUISE TAUCHE. WALTER D. Student Council 3, Basketball 3, Latin Club 2. German Club 2, En- gineering Club 3, Speech Club 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 TERRAZAS. PAUL E. Library Aides 3, Track 2, FTA 2, 3. 4, Bowling Club 3. Tutor- ing Program 3, Safety Association 3 TERREL, JANE K. Library Aides 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, Rodeo Club 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4 THIES, MARY K. IBM Aide 2, 3, 4 THOMAS, LARRY THOMMARSON, LINDA J. Girls' Chorus 4, FHA 2, Tu- toring Program 2 THOMPSON, GARY THOMPSON, LOUISE THORN, DIANA C. Mixed Chorus 3, 4, GAA 2 TIXIER, CHARLES E. Tennis 2, 3, Ski Club 4, Saga 4, Legend 3, 4 TODD, CHERYL A. Girls' Chorus 2, Concert Choir 3, 4, German Club Z, 3. Operetta 3, 4, National Honor Society 4 TONKINSON, JOHN L. TORRES, DANIEL M. State Student Council 4, Senior Senate Alternate, V-Club 3, 4. DECA 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Legend 3, 4 TORRES, ENRIQUE Football 2. 3, 4 TORRES, MARGARET A. , Junior Senate 3. Senior Senate 4, American Field Service Club 4, Vikettes 3, 4, GAA 2, 3. National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4 TROUT, ROXANNE Student Council 2, American Field Service Club 3, 4, Main Of- fice Aides 3, 4, Library Aides Z. German Club 2, 3, Speech Club 4 TRUJILLO, AUGUSTINE TRUJILLO, DOLORES A,- Attendance Office Aides 3, DECA 3, 4 TRUJILLO, JAKE A. TRUJILLO, JOAN I. Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, FBLA 3 TRUJILLO, JOE D. A Student Council 2, 4, Senior Senate 4. Band 2, Orchestra 2, Mixed Chonxs 3, Football 4, Track 2, 3. 4, Speech Club 2 TRUJILLO, MARIORIE R.. Attendance Office Aides 2. GAA 3, Tutoring Program 4 TRUJILLO, MARY F. ' Student Council 4, Senior Sen- ate 4, Tutoring Program 4, Safe- ty Association 3 TRUJILLO, PAT A. Attendance Office Aides 2, Tu- toring Program 3. Safety Associa- tion 3, IBM Aides 3 TRUJILLO, RICHARD TRUJILLO, SHARON L. Girls' Chorus 4 TSUTSUMI, LOUELLA M. I Library Aides 3, 4, Tennis 2, DECA 4, Safety Association 3 Stan Rounds who portrayed Santa Claus was M.C. at the Christmas assembly. TURRIETTA, JOE V. Wrestling 2 TURNER, ELIZABETH VALDEZ, BEVERLY J. Student Council 2, 3, Sopho- more Senate 2, Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, 4, Girls' Club 3 VALDEZ, JOE E. Football 2, DECA 4 VALDEZ, PETE VALLEJOS, ROGER Basketball 2, Baseball 4 VAN DeVELDE, CHARLES H. Football 2, Swimming 2, 3, 4 VARELA, PAULYNE Main Office Aides 2, 3, Span- ish Club 2 VAROZ, THEODORE L. Orchestra 4, Wrestling 3, Speech Club 4, National Forensic League 4 VIGIL, DIANE L. Student Council 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate 2, Junior Senate 3, Senior Senate 4, FBLA 2, 3, Safety Assoc, 2, 3 VIGIL, MARY A. German Club 2, 3, Ski Club 4 VILI.ESCAS, ERNIE WALL, MARY LOU WARREN, JOHN WEAVER, DOUGLAS E. Wrestling 4 WEAVER, TERRY D. Junior Senate 3, Football 4, Baseball 4, V-Club 4 WEDEMEYER, CONNIE Student Council 4, Attendance Office Aides 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3 WELSH, GREGORY S. WELSH, JEANIE Y. Student Council 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate 2, Junior Senate 3, Class Student Coun. Rep. 3, 4, DECA 3, Ski Club 4, Legend 2, Tutoring 4 WHITT, JANICE M. Library Aides 3. DECA 3, 4 WILKINSON, ROY A. WILLIAMS. DAVID B. DECA 4, Wlrestling 2 WII.LIAMS, ROBERTA WILI.IAMSON, SYLVIA A. Band 4, Drama 2, 3, One Act Plays 2, 3 WILSON. ROCKY A. Junior Senate 3, Basketball 2, Track 2, FFA 3 WINGO, PAMELA J. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sopho- more Senate 2, Junior Senate 3. Vi-Queen Court 4, Ski Club 2, One Act Plays 4, B-team Cheer- leader WINTER. NORA D. Girls' Chorus 4, Drama 4 WISE. LORRAINE E. Library Aides 2, 3, Caving Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Tutor- ing Program 2, 3, 4 WOLF, MARCI L. - Student Council 3, Junior Sen- ate 3, Counseling Office Aides 4, Drama Club 2, 3, Audio Visual Aides 3, Senior Class Play 4, One Act Play 2, 3, Safety As- sociation 2 WOODARD, REGINALD C. Student Council 4, German Club 3. Ski Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 WRAY. JOHN B. Engineering Club 3, 4 WRIGHT, ROBERT L. FFA 3, 4 YAZZIE, GRACE Mixed Chorus 2 YOSHIMOTO, MIDGE Student Council 2, 4, Sopho- more Senate 2, Junior Senate 3, Girl's State, Nurses' Office Aides 3, B-team Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader 4 ZAMORA, MARCELLA A. Main Office Aides 3, DECA 4, Tutoring Program 3, 4, Pep Club 3 ZICKERT, TED A. National Honor Society 4, Tu- toring Program 4 ZUNIE, NORENA Band 3, GAA 4 ZURSCHMITTEN, KLAUS Band 4, American Field Service Club 4, Ski Club 4, Student Council 4, Foreign Echange Stu- dent 4 28I Finley, Raylene 68, 69, 242 Seniors Aaron, Michael 72, 96, 100, 233 Abetya, Carolyn 233 Adcox, Constance 22, 83, 95,96,101,203 Aguilar, Helen 233 Alderete, Joseph 105, 107, 233 Anaya, Fernando 233 Anaya, Sinforosa 109, 233 Anaya, Yvonne 97, 109, 233 Anderson, Amy 68, 69, 233 Ansley, Wanda 85, 233 Christy, Davis, Geraldine 241 246 Aragon, Joseph 233 93, 233 Archuleta, Gloria Arenas, Cynthia 233 Armiho, Ronnie 233 Armijo, Carmen 233 Arthur, Sony 64, 77, 84, 91, 94,117,123,125,126,233 Ashcrart, Jim 234 Ashley, Roy 114, 117 Ayers, David 103, 234 Baca, Louise 77, 82, 95, 101, 234, 271 Baca, Marcella 234 Baca, Marie 234 Baca, Josephine 234 Baker, William 100, 234 Baldizan, John 234 Baldonado, Regina 234 Ball, Irene 234 Barela, Viola 81, 234 Bates, Shirley 234 Beecher, Christine 100, 234 Begay, Daisy 109, 234 Begay, Elizabeth 109 Begay, Kenneth 234 BeH,Jean 85,103,235 Benally, Jimmie 235 Benton, Sylvia 23, 74, 76, 96, 235 Berlint, Marsha 110, 235 Bernal, Esther 86, 87, 235 Bernauer, Joseph 91, 235 Boatman, Ray 68, 69, 235 Boileau, Silvia 235 Booth, Mike 236 Boyd, Leeland 236 Brinkey, Patricia 110, 236 Brown, Clarence 108 Brown, Ida 98, 236 Brown, Michael 85, 103, 236,251 Buchannan, Nancy 236 Buck, Elizabeth 99, 236 Buehler, Susan 95, 236 Burgan, Barbara 74, 76, 237,257 Burkhead, Judy 99, 237 Burnett, Sharon 237 Burton, Doris 237 Byrn, Cisco 45, 54, 65, 74, 83, 84, 91, 94,114, 116 136,138,237 Byrn, Nancy 65, 93, 237 Caballero, Patricia 237 Caldwell, Judy 76, 102, 109, 111,153,156,237 Callahan, Michael 64, 74, 76,100,146,237 Candelaria, Geraldine 237 Candelaria, John 91, 123, 124,237,279 282 - Index - Candelaria, Lorraine 97, 237 Candelaria, Raymond 120, 121,131,132 ,138,172 Candelaria, Stephen 237 Cantrell, Tom 237 Caristo, Michael 102, 237 Carlson, Steve 237 Carmody, Joe 99 Carrillo, Anthony 238 Carter, Rebecca 99, 238 Carter, Tommy 50, 91, 238 Cash, Gary 238 Causaus, Jerry 238 Cassidy, Eillen 92 Cervantes, Christine 238 Chambers, Sheryl 116, 238 Chavez, Anthony 238 Chavez, Christine 109, 238 Chavez, Diana 86, 87, 238 Chavez, Dorothy 238 Chavez, Lucy 105, 154, 155, 157, 238 Chavez, Matilda 238 Chavez, Paul 238 Chavez, Robert 238 Chiado, Angela 81, 239 Jana 239 Esquibel, Viola 242 Estrada, Victoria 198, 242 Everett, Peggy 242 Ewing, Florence 100, 242 Ewing, Kathleen 242 Faus, Robert 74, 114, 117, 242 Fitzgerald, Glenn 242 Fluke, Nanette 242 Flynn, Merry 109 Foster, Michael 105, 106, 107,128,129,243 Fought, Walter 243 Fowler, Mardi 42, 74, 156, 239, 243 Frizzell, Bill 105, 243 Fulton, Robert 243 Futrell, Janette 108, 243 Gabaldon, Steven 243 Gallegos, Bertha 243 Grigo, David L. 247 Griego, David, V 23, 25, 44, 51,64,74,75,146,147, 153, 155, 247 Griego, Demetrio 104, 248 Griego, Jean 153, 156, 248 Griego, Kathryn 109, 248 Griego, Manuel 26, 36, 94, 114,116,119 Griego, Patrick 248 Grosso, Don 248 Guardiola, Rita 248 Gurley, Kirby 103, 248 Gutierrez , Delfino 100, 249 Guiterrez, Ely 249 Gutierrez, Ida 249 Gutierrez, Catherine 249 Gutierrez, Leo 114, 116, 249 Gutierrez, Linda 249 Gutierrez, Linda 249 Gutierrez Sidney 60 64, 74, Clark, Kathy 239 Clausen, Lila 74, 83, 108, 239 Coats, Nancy 74, 76, 232, 239 Coen, Richard 239 Cole, Sherri 239 Coleman, James 239 Conniff, Susan 68, 69, 239 Conroy, Elizabeth 63, 72, 77, 83, 89, 95, 240 Conwell, Linda 77, 83, 240 Cordova, Tony 136, 139, 150,230 Garcia, Ada 244 Garcia Barbara 244 Garcia, Carmen 244 Garcia, Cora 102, 244 Garcia, Daniel 244 Garcia, Darlene 244 Garcia, Elsie 244 Garcia Gloria 98, 105, 106, 244 Garcia Margaret 245 Garcia, Joquin 245 Garcia, Loretta 245 Garcia, Martin 109, 245 Garcia, Matthew 27, 73 Garcia, Nora 77, 98 Garcia Patricia 98 Garcia, Rosemary 97, 245 Garcia, Teresa 65, 102, 158, 245, 257 Garcia, Virginia 245 Cordova Cordova Cordova , Joann 99, 240 , Manuel 240 Fran 40, 62, 65, 74, 75, 111, 232,240,243 Cordova , Michael 34, 240 Cordova, Roger 64, 94, 114, 116,11s,142,147,240 Garrison, Leah 83, 101, 102, 245 Garver, Linda 186, 187, 245 Gatewood, Linda 109, 245 George, Rosalie 27, 245 Gillian, John 123, 126, 245 Glazer, Shirley 246 Corley, Glen 106, 241 Cortez, Antonette 109, 241 Craig, John 241 Craig, Virginia 83, 95, 241 Crespin, Emma 241 Cuellar, Rose Mary 241 Davidson, Greg 134, 135, 241 Davis, Dennis 121, 136, 137,241 Deldosso, Diane 241 DeVilliers, Rodney 76, 83, 111,144,241 Dike, Robert 241 Doerr, Carol 241 Donegan, Jennifer 83, 95, 99,105,241,256 Dow, Velma 90, 241 Draper, Sandra 90, 241 Dunlap, Roy 29 Duran, Darlene 242 Duran, Larry 97, 98, 242 Durant, Richard 73, 100, 103,242 Eavenson, Nancy 109, 242 Edmonson, Betty 242 Espinosa, Eva 242 Gomez, Herman 129, 130, 132, 246 Gonzales, Elaine 190, 246 Gonzales Kathy 109, 246 Gonzales Linda 92, 246 Gonzales, Linda 27, 246 Gonzales , Gonzales, Gonzales, Margaret 246 Margarita 246 Michael 100, 115, Gonzales, Roy 246 Gonzales, Tina 246 Graeber, Daniel 246 Graeber, George 109 Gradi, Anita 246 Graham, James 246 Graham, Kathleen 246 Grandia, Jacob 94, 129, 130, 246 Grant, Margaret 247 Graves, Phyllis 247 Gray, Jody 83, 104, 172, 175, 247 Gray, Judy 83, 104, 247 Greenlee, Deborah 85, 247 Grider, Joseph 94, 136, 139, 247 83, 96, 100, 172, 249, 268 Hansen, Becky 249 Harlon, Wayne 114, 148, 249 Harriman, Anne 111, 159, 249 Harvel, Charles 134, 170, 249 Harvey, Jocelyn 98, 99, 249 Hatch, Andrew 73, 249 Haway, David 249 Haywood, Donita 108, 249 Hein, Adele 76, 99, 249 Herring, Gregory 250 Hildebrandt, Catherine 85, 87,250 Hill, Sue 250 Hobbs, Sharon 250 Holmes, Bryan 105, 106, 107,134,250 Hoskie, Betty 92, 250 Howard, Shawn 70, 71, 250 Howell, Susan 105, 106, 107,250 Hubbard, Sarah 250 Imboden, Jim 114, 116, 250 Jahn, Beth 81, 250 Jaramillo, Bernie 250 Jaramillo, Johnny 250 Jaramillo, Patricia 250 Jaramillo, Yolanda 77, 102, 250 Jaminez, Yvonne 98, 251 Johnson, Debra 99, 109, 251 Johnson, Rita 251 Johnson, Russel 136, 137, 251 Johnston, Jay 251 Jones, Jacque 95, 251 Juarez, Dolly 251 Kasuse, Harry 120, 251 Kees. Rickie 252 Keller. Jeannette 252 Kelly, Steven 91, 252 Kenner. Larry 252 Kern, Dwight 252 Killebrew, Kenneth 56, 64. 94,114.116,136,139,148. 252,275 Kitts, Thomas 158, 247, 252 Knight, Candice 72, 252 Kraus, Linda 81, 95, 99, 253 Lamkin, Patricia 83, 95, 98, 101, 253 Landess, Dorothy 85 Lawrence, Kay 85, 253 Lablanc, Judy 86, 253 Leffler, Candace 77, 253 Lewis, Douglas 77, 82, 84, 91,94,114,116,140,14L 162, 232, 235, 253 Lewis, Ellen 48, 68, 69, 153 156, 253 Leyva, David 253 Lie, Kirsten 47, 83, 148, 253, 280 Livesay, Lucy 253 Livingston, Lynn 253 Lodge, Kelly 85, 103, 160, 253 Loftfield, Norman 134, 253 G Martinez, Lauren 97, 257 Martinez, Lawrence 90, 257 Martinez, Louise 42, 51, 60, 65, 74, 77, 156, 235, 239, 257, 268 Martinez, Mary E. 257 Martinez, Perlinda 257 Matthews, DeWayne 72, 96, 100, 257 McCrary, William 50, 257 Mcllhaney, Betty 23, 258 Mclntire, Billy 258 McKelvy, Stephen 26, 94, 120, 136, 158, 258, 278 Mecklenburg, John 100, 258 Meek, Michael 72, 77, 82, 111, 258 Meuli, Chris 40, 62, 64, 74, 82,84,94,114,116,136, 138 Me er Kath 72, 81, 95, Otero, Nazareno 262 Overmier, Lynne 83, 99, 262 Ozolin, Edward 100, 102, 104, 262 Pacheco, Louis 262 Padilla, Barbara 262 Padilla, Dolores 109 Padilla, Edward 262 Padilla, Evelyn 77, 105, 262 Padilla, james 262 Padilla, Lawrence 262 Padilla, Louise 98, 262 Padilla, Orlando 262 Padilla, Thomasine 77, 108, 110, 165, 262 Padilla, William 262 Paquin, Wayne 262 Paxton, Mark 96 Payne, Larry 263 Pelot, Diane 263 Lu j an, Long, ary 100, 253 Lopez, Beatrice 253 Lopez, jim 2 5 3 Lopez, Linda 2 54 Lopez, Richard 254 Lovato, Emily 109, 254 Lovato, Jeannie 254 Lovato, Mike 254 Love, Ronnie 254 Lowder, Richard 27, 64, 94, 123, 153, 124,125,136,13Z 254 Lucero, Anthony 254 Lucero, Catherine 153, 156, 254 Lucero, David 254 Lucero, Emmy 254 Lucero, Frederick 94, 102, 254 Lucero, Manuel 254 Lucero, Margarite 81, 87, 254 Lucero Patricia 99, 254 Lucero? Paul 2 54 Lucero 2 5 5 x Robert 108, 176, Lucero, Ronald 74, 255 Luciana, Yolanda 98, 110, 255 Lujan, Edward 255 Lujan, Herman 2 5 5 Lujan, joseph 255 Lujan, Mary 109, 255 Nicholas 2 55 Y Q Y 104, 258 Michael, Deborah 72, 96, 98, 102, 158, 247, 258 Michael, Terri 111, 258 Michael, Timothy 58, 64, 74, 91, 94, 136, 137, 173 258 Miller, Bruce 146, 258 Minoli, Walden 96, 134, 258 Mobley, Patty 258 Molina, Lita 259 Monroe, Jamie 259 Montoya, A. B. 120, 259 Montoya, jean 98, 259 Montoya, Francis 23, 84, 114,117,259 Montoya, joy 93, 106, 259 Montoya, Patricia 74, 92, 93, 98, 259 Montoya, Rita 98, 259 Montoya, Rosemary 260 Montoya, Santiago 260 Mora, Catherine 98, 260 Moraga, Janna 260 Morrow, Donna 65, 111, 153, 156, 260 Moses, Etta 40, 45, 61, 65, 74, 77, 148, 155, 157, 260, 272 Moya, Danny 260 1 Lundy, James 256 Maes, Pearl 105, 153, 156, 256 Maestas, George 74, 93, 120, 121, 129, 133, 136,138, 256 Maestas, Herman 105, 106, 256 Maestas, Michael 256 Maestas, Susan 92, 256 Maldonado, Rosalie 256 Malin, Greg 100, 256 Marquez, Leticia 257 Marquez, Lucy 257 Martens, john 257 Martine, Nancy 109, 257 Martinez, Andrew 257 Martinez, Audrey 74, 90, 257 Martinez, Chris 257 Martinez, Danny 40, 55, 64, 65,68,69,74,77,91,94f 114, 115, 118, 140, 142, 232, 243, 257, 268, 288 Martinez, Dolores 109 Martinez, Irene 257 Najar, Ernest 260 Naranjo, David 140, 142, 143, 261 Navalesi, Gery 49, 91, 261 Neal, Brenda 95, 261 Newton, Barbara 2661 Nez, jerry 261 Nied, Michael 91, 122, 123, 125,142,159,255,26L 279 Nieto, Robert 23, 261 O'Connor, Peggy 72, 261 Olguin, Maurice 122, 123, 261 Olivas, Hilda 98, 261 Oliver, Virgil 261 Ortega, Henry 74, 77, 84, 94,122,123,142,160,261 Ortega, Linda 74, 261 Ortiz, Richard 261 Oskins, Dean 261 Oskins, Mark 261 Oskins, Michael 70, 71, 90, 262 Osuna, Marta 72, 77, 83, 262 Perea, Margaret 105, 106, 107, 240, 263 Perea, Patricia 263 Perea, Virginia 263 Pfaff, Catherine 263 Pierce, Cathy 263 Pike, Elizabeth 26, 76, 111, 153, 155, 157, 232, 263 Pineda, jimmy 90 Poggi, Anita 264 Quintana, Christine 264 Rael, Joe 264 Raines, Cathy 108, 110, 264 Rasmusson, Lona 98, 264 Reid, james 83, 100, 106, 107, 265 Reineke, Mark 111, 114, 116, 264, 288 Rey, john 264 Richardson, Daryl 264 Riekeman, Cathy 68, 69, 83, 265, 288 Ries, Christy 26, 164, 265 Rigsby, Sam 114, 116, 265 Rois, Maryann 83, 95, 101, 265 Ripley, Lois 99, 265 Robinson, Richard 265 Rodarte, Alex 265 Rodgers, Mary Ellen 33, 96, 265 Rodriquez, LenaMae 265 Rodriquez, Marlene 265 Rogalsky, Linda 42, 50, 59, 74, 156, 235, 239, 265 Rogers, Randy 91, 153, 265 Romero, Carmen 265 Romero, Carmen P. 86, 87, 153, 156 Romero, Charles 265 Romero, Mark 266 Romero, Rose 266 Rothhammer, Sue 100, 266 Rounds, Ralph 76, 84, 94, 95, 140, 141, 142, 164, 266,281 Roybal, joe 266 Roybal, Richard 25 Russell, Sandra 266 Sanchez, Freddie 266 Sanchez, Gilbert 108, 129, 176, 266 Sanchez, Josie 74, 745, 266 Sanchez, MaryAnn 267 Sanchez, Michael 73, 114, 117, 129, 267 Sanchez, Phillip 267 Sanchez, William 267 Sanclo, Deryn 72, 83, 95, 101, 267 Sando, Deryn 72, 83, 95, 101,267 Sandoval, Bonnie 267 Sandoval, Fay 267 Sandoval, Mildred 267 Santillanes, Abie 94, 96, 100, 102, 268 Santillanes, JoAnn 109, 268 Saxton, Renee 267 Scruggs, Toni 109, 268 Scurlock, Sue 108, 111, 286 Sena, Vivian 268 Sesma, Charles 268 Shelton, David 50, 143, 146, 268 Shideler, Thomas 105, 269 Sieboldt, Susan 83, 269 Sierra, Arthur 128, 129, 252 Silva, Cathy 23, 89, 96, 269 Silva, Patricia 77, 269 Simms, Kenneth 85, 91, 160, 269 Simms, Sandra 85, 103, 109, 269 Simpson, Susan 68, 69, 154, 269 Sims, Kay 269 Sisneros, Cathy 74, 76, 111, 232,269,272 Smith, Linda 108, 269 Smith, Linda L. 102, 176 Smith, Valerie 77, 108, 176, 269 Spivey, Kenneth 108 Stambaugh, Stanley 85, 103, 269 Stanat, Madaline 50, 98, 108, 269 Stevenson, Lowell 85, 103 Stone, Danny 269 Stribling, Laddie 102, 111, 134,135, 158, 173 Stueber, Janine 42, 74, 156, 164, 235, 269 Suazo, Dale 269 Suazo, Jose 270 Suazo, Mac 109 Sullivan, Richard 270 Tafoya, Cathy 270 Tafoya, Nick 90, 168, 270 Tafoya, Ronald 91, 270 Tamez, Louise 270 Tauche, Walter 83, 96, 270 Terrazas Paul 270 Terrel, jane 85, 97, 270 Thies, Mary 270 Thomas, Larry 270 Thompson, Gary 270 Rua,Juue 46,72,77,81 95,101,266 Salazar, Saldana Sophie 99, 266 , Manuel 109, 266 Sanchez, Albita 266 Sanchez, Angela 266 Sanchez, Carl 266 Sanchez, Edward 90, 266 Thompson, Louise 109, 270 Thommarson, Linda 270 Thorn, Diana 109, 270 Tixier, Charles 59, 68, 69, 111,154,230,27o,288 Todd, Cheryl 83, 108, 110 176, 271 283 Tonkinson, John 271 Torres, Daniel 70, 71, 76, sa, 90, 146, 147, 271 Torres, Enrique 271 Torres, Margaret 50, 74, 77, 83, 89, 95, 105, 271 Trout, Roxanne 95, 99, 271 Trujillo y Antoinette 271 Trujillo, Dolores 90, 271 Trujillo, Jake 272 Trujillo Joan 98, 151, 272 Trujillo, Joe 114, 117, 272 Trujillo Marjorie D 81, 282 Trujillo Mary 76, 272 Trujillo, Pat 272 Coleman, Patrick 209 Trujillo, Richard 272 Trujillo, Sharon 272 Tsutsumi, Louella 97, 273 Turrietta, Joe 273 Turner, Liz 273 Turrietta, Joe 273 Valdez, Beverly 98, 273 Valdez, Joe 76, 273 Valdez, Pete 273 Vallejos, Roger 273 Van de Velde, Cjarles 273 Varella, Paulyne 273 Varoz, Theodore 96, 104, 273 Vigil, Dianna 76, 151, 273 Vigil, Mary 273 Villescas, Ernie 273 Wall, Mary Lou 273 Warren, John 273 Weaver, Douglas 273 Weaver, Terry 94, 114, 116, 141, 142, 274 Wedemeyer, Connie 74, 274 Welsh, Gregory 274 Welsh, Jeanie 74, 274 Whitt, Janice 274 Wilkinson, Roy 274 Williams, David 274 Williams, Roberta 274 Williamson, Sylvia 274 Wilson, Rocky 274 Wingo, Pamela 153, 156, 274 Winters, Nora 274 Wise, Lori 81, 100, 102, 274 Wolf, Marci 81, 111, 158, 247, 274, 278 Woodard, Reginald 82, 274 Wray, John 100, 274 Wright, Lee 103, 274 Yazzie, Grace 109, 275 Yoshimoto, Midge 40, 42, 56, 65, 74, 77, 156, 235, 239, 275 Zamora, Joseph 275 Zamora, Marcella 81, 275 Zickert, Ted 83, 275 Zurchmitten, Klause 46, 47, 83,95,106,111, 161, 235, 271, 275, 280 Juniors Aaron, Laurel 205 Ackerman, Anthony 205 Adams, Deborah 205 Aguilar, Elizabeth 205 Alexander, Marilyn 93, 205 Alderete, Steve 106, 205 Alamaraz, David 205 Anaya, Jerry 205 284 Anaya, Joanna 205 Anaya, Ralph 205 Anderson, Dennis 205 Anderson, Josephine 205 Andrade, Kathy 205 Anstine Jeffrey 205 Apodoca, George 205 Apodoca, Rita 105, 205, 256 Aragon, Robert 205 Aragon, Viola 205 Archuleta, Dolores 205 Archuleta, Julian 205 Archuleta, Danny 205 Armigo, Eugene 205 Armstrong, Jean 205 Armenta, Kenneth 205 Arneson, John 205 Arroyo, Sylvia 68, 69, 74, 75, 205, 288 Atencio, Beverly 205 Atencio, Eugene 106, 107, 108, 205 Augustine, Donald 146, 147 74, 75, 78, 172, 174, 208, 288 Byer, Marilyn 208 Caballero, Fernando 105, 208 Caldwell, Betty 208 Candelaria, Yvonne 75, 208 Carlisle, Del 208 Carrillo, Daniel 140, 208 Carrillo, Leroy 208 Casuas, Cristopher 208 Casaus, Theresa 208 Castillo, Maria 86, 87, 208 Castro, Maria 208 Cervantes, Lydia 208 Chacon, Claude 105, 106, 208 Chavez, Camille 78, 81, 102, 208 Chavez Carla 208 Chavez, Isabel 92, 208 Chavez, Josie 208 Chavez, Chavez, Margaret 208 Melvin 105, 208 Baca, Arthur 205 Baca, Betty 206 Baca, David 206 Baca, Ida 206 Baca, Larry 206 Baca, Lawrence 206 Baca, Mary Ann 75, 78, 205 206 Baca, Michael 84, 114, 118, 136, 194, 206 Baca, Paul 206 Baca, Phillip 206 Baca, Raymond 206 Baca, Steve 206 Baker, Daniel 119, 206 Baker, Frederick 206 Baker, Steve 206 Baldonado, Herman 206 Ball, Douglas 105, 106, 207 Bandoni, Ted 100, 207 Barber, Rudolph 121, 207 Barreras, Raymond 207 Barth, Gary 106, 107, 207 Bates, Dolly 111, 207, 288 Baxter, Ralph 207 Becerra, Lydia 207 Beckman, Elizabeth 207 Bedeaux, Michele 78, 207 Begay, Willie 207 Bell, Charles 85, 103, 134, 207 Beanllie, Doris 85 Benavidez, Dorothy 207 Bernadette, Thomas 207 Bernal, Madeline 207 Betsworth, Debra 108, 98 Best, Tava 207 Billie, Caroline 207 Bird, Shareen 98, 207 Blake, Gloria 108, 207 Bowerman, James 129, 131, Chavez, Michael 100, 105, 119, 208 Chavez, Romaine 208 Chavez, Susan 97, 208 Chavez, Theresa 78, 208 Chavez, Virginia 75, 208 Chavira, Bernadette 89, 208 Christanelli, Thamer 16, 79, 178, 208 Clark, Brenda 78, 81, 102, 159, 209 Clay, Cledith 109, 209 Coffin, Phillip 209 Cohenour, Patricia 16, 108, 178, 209 Coleman, Michael 100, 108, 177, 209 Comyforcl, Mary 108, 110, 209 Concha, John 209 Conder, Bunty 209 Condit, Mark 73, 133, 209 Copeland, Elizabeth 70, 71, 100, 101, 102, 209 Dosch, James 211 Dunkin, Sammy 68, 69, 211 Duran, Donald 211 Duran, Margaret 211 Duran, Theresa 211 Eastman, Kim 110, 211 Eavenson, Betty 110, 211 Eberting Shirley 211 Eden, Robert 85, 211 Edwards, Denise 81 Embry, Barbara 211 English, Karin 211 Escarcida, Gilbert 211 Espinosa, Joseph 211 Estrada, Barbara 211 Estrada, Betty 211 Estrada, Jimmy 211 Ewing, Helen 211 Exum, Michelle 109, 211 Faris, Richard 211 Faucon, Carmen 211 Faucon, Micheline 211 Feeney, Dennis 211 Fellion, Roy 140 Felty, Jacqueline 110, 211 Ferbner, Phillip 211 Fernandez, Joann 211 Finley, Joseph 85, 103, 211 Fisher, Martin 212 Flinchum, Sherry 212 Flores, Ramon 78, 84, 94, 114, 117, 136, 138, 212 Flowers, Janice 110, 212 Fowler, Donna 97 Fresques, Vivian 212 Fritz, Paul 212 Fulton, Deborah 102, 212 Gablodon, Elizabeth 86, 212 Gallegos, Ernest 212 Gallegos, Linda 212 Gallegos, Mary 212 Cordova Cordova Cordova Cordova 209 Cordova Cordova , Anthony 209 , Edna 209 , Gloria 209 , Gregory 108, 127, , Katherine 210 , Larry 210 207 Brinkley, Cheryl 108, 176, 207 Brooks, Cheryl 109, 207 Brooks, Larry 207 Brown, Charles 129, 131, 207 Brown, Dawn 207 Brown, Robert 207 Brown, Saundra 207 Buehler, John 100, 207 Butler, Mary 52, 56, 68, 69, Cougle, Gayle 210 Crespin, Frank 210 Crosby, Frederick 210 Crosby, Harry 210 Crowell, Carolyn 210 Cueller, Carla 210 Cunningham, Nancy 79, 93, 100, 101, 209 Daffer, Stephanie 210 Dashner, Vonnie 210 Daub, Elizabeth 210 Davis, Marth 210 Decker, Paula 210 Deely, Dolores 78, 96, 210 Degraff. Donald 211 Delgado, Cynthia 98, 211 Delwiche. Walter 211 Dick, Babetta 58, 79, 101, 102, 111, 211 Dickens, John 211 Donoghue, Joan 109, 211 Galloway, Marlene 212 Garcia, Arthur 212 Garcia, Barbara 212 Garcia, Brigida 212 Garcia, Christine 212 Garcia, Claribelle 212 Garcia, Daniel 211 Garcia, Donald 68. 69, 212 Garcia, Euegene 103, 212 Garcia, Flora 212 Garcia, John 212 Garcia, Larry 212 Garcia, Maria 212 Garcia, Michael 102, 106, 107, 212 Garcia, Paul 212 Garcia, Robert 212 Garcia, Ronald 121, 136 Garcia, Sandra 75, 92, 212 Garcia, Uvaldo 213 Garcia, Wilbert 2 1 3 Gardner, Sharon 213 Gariss, Raymond 2 1 3 Garrett, Michael 134, 213 Garriott, Richard 105 Garrison, Diane 213 Gatewood, Phillip 127, 213 Gatewood, Robert 213 Gay, Mark 105, 106, 107, 134, 135, 213 Gentry, Glenda 213 Gibson, Gary 103, 213 Gill, Christine 213 Gillespie, Cynthia 98, 213 Giron, Lucille 213 Glaser, Catherine 104 Gomez, Carmen 92, 213 Gomez, Flora 213 Gomez, Lorraine 214 Gomez, Theresa 214 Gonzales, Adelina 214 Gonzales, Beatrice 79, 92, 214 Gonzales, Eliseo 214 Gonzales, Evangline 109, 214 Gonzales, Isabel 214 Gonzales, Kathleen 214 Gonzales Linda 214 Gonzales? Michael 73, 75, 7s,114,156,214 Gooding, Connie 214 Griego, Gerson 214 Griego, Katherine 109, 215 Griego, Peter 72, 204, 215 Griego, Yasmin 215 Greer, Mike 215 Gutierrez, Guardiola, Amelia 215 Joan 215 91,101,102,136,138,216 Johnstone, Marjorie 93, 216 Jones, Robert 216 Juarros, Benjamin 140, 142, 216 Karpen, Gary 216 Kaufman, Robert 133, 216 Kedelty, Edison 85, 216 Kelley, Loretta 98, 216 Kelly, Connie 100, 216 Keswater, Stanley 105, 106, 216 Korte, Pearl 109, 216 Kozlowski, Anthony 216 Kuhn, Sally 216 LaRue, Larie 78, 97, 216 Lascano, Edward 216 Lavery, Rodney 216 Leach, Donald 106 Lehman, Guy 216 Leonard, Tanya 95, 216 Leyba, Joseph 114, 116, 117, 219 Mascarenas, Carlos 100 Matthew, Ollice 102, 219 Mattingly, Lloyd 144, 145, 219 Mattison, Alan 106 May, Gladys 219 Mayer, James 219 McCanelly, Eric 104, 219 McBroom, Jimmy 219 McCamey, David 63, 78, 84, 94,120,121,136,139,219 McCarter, Cherie 219 McClain, Carrie 219 McCordy, Steven 220 McCoy, Mary 109 McCrory, Diane 220 McIntyre, Guy 220 McLean, Mavis 220, 105 Miers, Cheryl 220 Miklebost, Patricia 98, 220 Miller, Rhinda 220 Miller, Sandra 85, 86, 220 Mirabal, Cynthia 220 Mirabal, Jake 220 Robinson, Barbara 98, 223 Gutierrez, Josephine 215 Gutierrez Laura 2 1 5 Gutierrez, Theresa 215 Halstead, Kathy 2 1 5 Hamilton, Rodney 215 Hardy, Harry 2 1 5 Hardy, Verna 215 Harlan, Duane 215 Harrison Jane 76, 92, 105, 109,215,256 Hays, Richard 2 1 5 Heigher, Johnny 2 1 5 Henline, Robert 215 Herndon, Janet 111, 215 Herrera, Cora 215 Herrera, Cynthia 215 Herrera, Lorraine 215 Herrera, Manuel 102, 2 1 5 Hice, Daniel 115, 1 19, 136, 226 Lightfoot, Gayle 109, 216, 248 Lopez, Evelyn 2 17 Lopez, Lucy 2 1 7 Lopez, Richard 2 1 7 Lovato, Albert 217 Lovato, Deloras 2 17 Lovato, Eva 2 1 7 Lovato, Gilbert 217 Lovato, Mary 2 17 Lovato Mary I. 217 Lucero Carolyn 218 Lucero Clarence 2 1 8 Lucero: Daniel 218 Lucero, Dolores 218 Lucero, Elaine 79, 218 Lucero, Joseph 89, 218 Lucero, Josephine 88, 218 Lucero, Kathryn 218 Lucero, Lawrence 2 1 8 Lucero, Linda 2 18 Lucero, Orlando 109, 218 Lucero, Reuben 218 Mirabal, Steven 106, 220 Mireles, David 220 Mitchell, Robert 220 Molina, Damacio 220 Montano, Ines 220 Montano, Richard 131 Montoya, Annie 110, 220 Montoya, Antoinnette 220 Montoya, Barbara 220 Montoya, Dolores 220 Montoya, Jerry 129, 220 Montoya, Rita 220 Montoya, Susan 220 Montoya, Sylvia 220 Montoya Theodoro 105, 106, 220 Mora, Patricia 92, 98 Moreno, Mary Irene 98, 220 Mosher, Samie 108, 220 Motto, Andrew 108, 176 Nanneman, Ivan 220 137, 215 Hines, Douglas 215 Hogland, Sandra 215 Hoolihan, Anita 215 Hooper, Steven 105, 106, 215 Hornsby, Barry 215 Houck, Marsha 99, 216 Houston, Christina 75, 78, 92,108,216 Howard, Grady 108, 215 Hutchison, Terry 101 Ingram, Timmy 216 Jaramillo, Daniel 92 Jaramillo, Ernestine 216 Jaramillo, Ernestine F. 216 Jaramillo, Ernestine T. 216 Jaramillo, Frank 216 Jaramillo, Mary 81, 108, 216 Jaramillo, Ralph 2 16 Lujan, Bernadette 98, 110, 218 Luna, Lambert 75, 100, 218 Lundy, Pamela 218 MacGregor, George 146, 219 Madera, Manuel 219 Maes, Jimmy 144, 145, 177 Maestas, Dolores 92, 219 Maestas, Loretta 219 Maestas, Richard 78, 84, 94, 105,114,117,118,219 Maisano, Kathy 219 Manzanares, Theodore 219 Mares, Stanley 219 Marquez, Elaine 79, 95, 219 Martin, Anna 219 Martinez, Alex 119, 134, 135,140,219 Nevarez, Delilah 220 Newton, Pamela 102, 221 Niccol i, Jacqueline 22 1 Nichals, Nanci , 111, 221 Padilla, Eugene 222 Padilla, Judy 222 Paquin, Lynette 222 Parraz, Elizabeth 98, 223 Pearson, Linda 223 Perea, Armando 223 Perea, Helen 79, 223 Perea, Karen 102, 223 Perez, Margaret 223 Phillips, James 223 Pierson, Linda 223 Pickrel, Tanya 110, 223 Pina, Charles 223 Plumbe, Barbara 223 Pohl, Toby 109 Powell, Barbara 223 Powell, Pamela 223 Powers, Theodore 223 Puccetti, John 136, 138, 223 Puttock, Monica 223 Quinn, John 223 Quintana, Carol 223 Quantana, Josephine 223 Quintana, Richard 223 Rael, Lynn 70, 71, 223 Rael, Rita 79, 111, 223 Ramberg, Regan 75, 223, 104 Ramierez, Doreen 223 Ramierez, Martha 104, 223 Ratliff, Vikki 102, 223 Reck, Karen 223 Redfearn, Ivan 90, 223 Rendon, Barbara 97, 110, 223 Reyos, Monte 117, 165, 144, 223 Riffenburgh, Harry 102, 106,107,111,223 Rinehart, Bernice 108, 223 Rinehart, Denice 108, 110 223 Rivera, David 73, 223 Roberts, Roxanne 72, 96, 223 Robinson, William 223 Robles, Gilbert 223 Rodarte, Olivia 223 Rogalsky, Carol 70, 71, 223 Rogers, Rhea 109, 223 Nieto, Alex 221 Norberto, Jerry 221 Noriega, Richard 221 Null, Sheldon 103, 221 Ogorek, Olivia 92, 221 Olguin, Evelyn 79, 102, 221, 256 Romero, Jake 223 Romero, James 78, 127, 223 Romero, Kristine 70, 71, 87, 223 Romero, Mary 223 Romero, Melvin 106 Rouse, Diana 79, 224 Olquin, Kathryn 221 Olivas, Arthur 133, 221 Olona, Michael 146, 221 Olson, Barbara 75, 78, 108, 111,204,221 Orona, Celina 221 Ortega, Geraldine 98, 221 Martinez, Andrew 219 Jaramillo, Sally 75, 78, 81, 216 Johnson, Dolly 216 Johnson, Janet 101, 216 Johnson, Jerald 78, 204, 216 Johnson, Laverta 216 Johnson Raymond 216 Johnson: Robery 73, 109, 216 Johnson, Rodney 103, 216 Johnstone, Marjorie 93, 216 Johnstone, Richard 70, 84, Martinez, Anthony 219 Martinez, Dale 219 Martinez, Diane 219 Martinez, Dorothy 92, 219 Martinez, Frances 219 Ortega, Teddy 127, 222 Ortiz, Priscilla 222 Martinez, Henry 219 Martienz, Lawrence 219 Martienz, Mark 106 Martinez, Oliver 219 Martinez, Richard B. 109, Ortiz, Rosemary 222 Oritz, Susan 222 Ortiz, Virginia 222 Otero, Laverne 222 Otero, Michael 94, 102, 136 139,222 Otero, Tony 222 Padilla, Alex 222 Padilla, Diana 81, 222 Roybal, Beverly 102, 224 Roybal, Ed 224 Ruck, Sherry 224 Ruiz, Joan 224 Ruiz, Marcello 224 Ruiz, Philip 224 Saavedra, Ted Saine, Debra 224 Salas, Theresa 224 Salaz, Reyes 224 Salt, Charlie 224 Sampson, Ellanie 109, 225 Sanchez, Adolfo 225 Sanchez, Alex 225 Sanchez, Darlene 225 Sanchez, Diane 225 Sanchez, Frances 225 Sanchez, Gilbert 131 , 225 285 , 'W Sanchez, Joseph 123, 124, 2 25 Sanchez, Joyce 225 Sanchez, Kenneth 22 5 Sanchez, Loretta 225 Sanchez, Marie 225 Sanchez, Margaret 226 Sanchez, Michael 130, 226 Sanchez, Richard 226 Sanchez, Solomon 226 Sanchez, Teresa 109, 226 Sando, T. Parker 111, 226 Sandoval, Debbie 95, 102, 226 Sandoval, Nancy 226 Sandoval, Rosie 109 Schalles, Dennis 226 Schear, Joe 226 Scherf, Thomas 105, 226 Sealey, Paul 110 Serna, Catherine 226 Serna, Paul 226 Serna, Theresa 75, 79, 96, Vigil, Ramona 228 Vigil, Martha 228 Villescas, Robert 129, 132, 228 Walker, Eddie 228 Warren, Zoe Ann 97, 228 Webb, Mary 105, 228 Wedemeyer, Brenda 79, 228 Weltz, Marlene 86, 228 VVhheky, 94,115,228 Williams, Debra 99, 228 Winsor, Paul 73 Wise, Waneta 78, 228 Yarbrough, Diane 228 Yazzie, Steven 40, 45, 55, 68, 69, 74, 75, 78, 84, 91, 94, 120, 136, 138, 150, 229 Young, Cheryl 229 Younger, Andrew 229 Zamora, Rebecca 229 Zuniga, Ophelia 78, 92, 93, 229 Bedoni, Anderson 182 Begay, Juanita 182 Belin, Perry 182 Bernal, Elizabeth 182 Bess, Mike 182 Besson, Melba 104, 110, 182 Besson, Tommie 109, 182 Bird, Peggy 182 Blackbird, Richard 127, 182 Boren, Shelly 182 Bowdkh,CaW 111,182 Briggs, Charles 89, 102, 111, 146, 181 Britton, Blenn 182 Brooks, Karen 182 Brown, Dave 182 Brown, Evelyn 182 Brown, Jeff 182 Brown, JoAnn 182 Brown, Robert 182 Brown, Saundra 104 Brown, Wynona 104, 182 Buck, Edman 80, 105, 107 , Chavez 226 Seona,Judnh 95,109,227 Shelly, Pam 227 shew,Kyk 84,227, Shields, Susan 78, 102, 227 Shortle, James 227 Shull, Vickie 227 Simoes, Constance 102, 106, 227 Sisneros, Betty 79, 227 Smart, Sonja 85, 227 Smid, James 147, 227 Smith,Alice 227 Smith, Wynn 227 Smith, Maureen 79, 227 Snyder, Theresa 164, 227 Sosa, Teresa 227 Stewart, Forrest 227 Stickler, Charlotte 227 Stockton, Gregory 227 Stogner, Jeanne 97, 227 Sturtcman, Russell 227 Suazo, Edward 227 Suggs, Claire 227 Szeman, Suzanne 79, 227 Taber, Clifford 227 Tafoya, Doloris 227 Takahashi, Linda 93, 227 Taylor, Cookie 52, 78, 94, 114, 115, 117 , 123, 124, 136, 227 Templeton, John 103, 227 Thomen, Betty 98, 228 Torres, Tony 228 Tracy, Margaret 228 Trujillo, Flora 109, 228 Trujillo, Marie 228 Tunnell, Betty 72, 102 Upshaw, Jackie 110, 228 Urias, Juanito 228 Ussery, Margaret 111, 228 Valdez, Eliza 228 Valdez, George 100, 228 Vanhorn, Mary 79, 167, Sophomores Abeyta, Georgean 18 Abeyta, Loretta 181 Abeyta, Theresa 18 1 Adams, Lucy 1 8 1 Adams, Ronald 181 Alarid, Arlene 181 180, 182 Burton, Marilyn 182 Butler, DiAnn 182 Butler, Lee 80, 123, 125, 161,183 Byrd, James 105, 106, 183 Byrnes, Judith 98, 183 Caballero, Raymond 106, Allison, Eva 169, 181 Almarez, Anita 181 Almodova, Jerry 80, 181 Anderson, David 75, 115, 118, 119, 140, 181 Aragon, Clyde 181 Aragon, Filibcrto 181 Aranda, Beverly 181 Archibeique, Yvonne 181 Archuleta, Kathy 95, 181 Archuleta, Rachel 181 Arellano, Tom 119, 181 Amenta, Kenneth 103 Armijo, Vangie 181 Arroyo, William 119, 127, 181 Ashcom, Terry 181 Ashley, Kay 102, 181 Atencio, Joseph 181 Atencio, Lillian 181 Atencio, Steven 181 Augustine, Wilbert 80, 94, 120,121,146,181 Avila, Robert 181 Avritt, Timothy 106, 181 1o7,128,129,1s3 Calabara, Joe 169 Callahan, Craig 127, 183 Candelaria, Diana 97 Candelaria, Margaret 97, 183 Candelaria, Sam 127, 183 Candelaria, Victoria 183 Caristo, Anna 183 Carlson, Linda 111, 183 Carmody, Janice 80, 98, 170, 183 Carmody, Jerry 99, 183 Carr, Howard 183 Carriaga, Richard 183 Carrillo, Frank 183 Casaus, Gloria 183 Cash, Tommy 183 Castell, Joanne 183 Baca, Dorothy 181 Baca, Edward 181 Baca, Ida 80, 109, 244 Baca Joann 181 Baca, Laura 93, 181 204, 228 Vasquez, Belinda 228 Vaughn, James 228 Venters, Lawana 161, 228 Veretto, Bobby 161, 228 Vickers, James 108, 228 Vigil, Mary 105, 228, 256 Vigil, Michael 105, 106, 107, 228 286 Baca, Lucille 75, 80, 93, 172, 175, 180, 181 Baca, Ronald 181 Baca, Rosemary 181 Bachicha, Claudio 182 Bailey, Yvonne 182 Baldizan, Richard 182 Baldwin, Rita 36, 182 Barela, Kathy 182 Barreras, Jimmy 182 Bates, Jack 182 Bates, William 103, 182 Bazar, Jane 182 Beasley, Lester 182 Beer, Shane 103, 182 Castillo, George 183 Chavez, Alice 75, 80, 93, 180, 183 Chavez, Barbara 184 Chavez, Eddie 134, 184 Chavez, James 184 Chavez, James E. 184 Chavez, Joe 115, 118, 119 136, 137, 161 Chavez, Joseph 184 Chavez, Michael 105, 119, 136, 138, 184 Chavez, Pablo 184 Chavez, Ramona 184 Chavez, Rita 75, 92, 102, 184 Chavez, Rosemary 5, 53, 184 ,vvuumn 184 Chawning, Ralph 184 Chesshir, Harmon 184 Ciesla, Karen 184 Cinelli, Karen 184 Clark, Shelley 110, 184 Coe, Judith 184 Cole, Rhonda 110 Cole, Donna 93, 98, 184 Comyford, Sherry 184 Conniff, Karen 68, 69, 184, 288 ' Conroy, Del 72, 89, 185 Contreras, Diane 43, 75, 88, 185 Contreras, Elfego 185 Contreras, Patricia 110, 185 Cordova, Geraldine 185 Cordova, Marie 104, 185 Cordova, Michael 27, 118, 119, 185 Cordova, Reynaldo 115, 1 19, 123,126,185 Corona, Richard 185 Craig, David 185 Craig, Valarie 92, 185 Cruz, Margo 185 Cully, Anthony 144, 185 Daniel, Don 84, 185 Davalos, James 80, 185 Davidson, Timothy 134, 185 DeBaca, Benida 93, 185 DeGroff, Everett 185 Delao, Theodore 109, 185 Deleon, Kristine 185 Devilliers, Dennis 144, 145, 185 Diaz, Albert 185 Dilatush, Christine Dixon, Frank 105, 106, 107, 185 111,185 Dixon, Virgil 136, 138, 146, 185 Dosch, Dennis 99, 185 Dougherty, Bernard 111, 185 Douglas, Patricia 185 Duran, Irene 185 Duran, JoAnn 185 Duran, Joe 185 Durant, Debra 185 Elder, Robert 133, 185 Elks, Jeffrey 185 , Ellibee, Nancy 97, 186 Emswiler, Denise 186 Encinias, Leroy 186 Errante, Mary 186 Esquibel, Joe 186 Esquivel, Georgiann 186 Estrada, Richard 119, 127, 186 Estrada, Stanley 186 Evangel, Lou 111, 118, 186 Evangel, Steven 111, 115, 119, 136, 138, 186 Everett, Wilma 105, 106, 107, 186 Faus, Susan 98, 186 Fellis, Mary 186 Firsich, Eugene 97, 134 Fissell, James 186 Flores, Rosemary 186 Folkman, Harry 140, 186 Formals, James 80, 91, 186 Foster, Jimmy 186 Freiburg, Patricia 186 Fratzola, Gay 186 Gabaldon, Anthony 186 Gabaldon, John 186 Gabaldon,'Linda 110, 186 Gabbel, John 80, 186 Gallegos, Barney 186 Gallegos, Floyd 186 Garcia, Carmen 18 Garcia, Dorothy 186 Garcia, Evelyn 109, 186 Mark 194 Garcia, Gayla 186 Garcia, Gilbert 186 Garcia, Irma 186 Garcia, Jeannette 186 Garcia, Julia 185 Garcia, Katherine 186 Garcia, Leroy 187 Garcia, Lorraine 187 Garcia, Garcia, Lorraine 187 Loretta 187 Garcia, Randolph 187 Garcia, Reynel 187 Garcia, Steve 187 Garcia, Steve 187 Garcia, Steven 187 Gardner, David 105, 106, 187 Gardner, John 111, 87 Gariss, Scott 187 Garling, Howard 187 Garrison, Colleen 96, 102, 187 Garver, Senlin 187 Gay, Joel 105, 106, 107, Hastings, Diana 189 Hattenhauer, Ronald 189 Haussamen, Amy 189 Henry, Dorthy 110, 189 Hernandez, Augustina 189 Herrera, Mary 189 Herrera, Patricia 189 Hershey, Raymond 140, 189 Hobaugh, Stella 98, 110, 189 Hodgson, Yuvonne 110, 189 Holmen, Kay 105, 106, 107, 189 Holmes, Bonnie 106, 107. 189 Hood, Richard 136, 137, 190 Hopkins, Elma 190 Holchheimer, Shirley 75, 189 Howard, Aileen 105, 106, 190 Hudson, Elianne 190 Hudson, Georgia 190 134,187 Gerard, Valerie 187 Gibson, Sue 96, 101, 187 Gilliam, Fred 187 Gisen, Kathy 187 Glaser, David 188 Glennon, Paula 110, 188 Gomez, Carmelita 188 Gomez, Laura 188 Gonzales, Antoinette 188 Hunt, John 111, 119, 136, 138, 190 Hutchinson, Robert 190 Hutzen, Charles 190 Jackson, Harry 190 Jamesson, John 108, 190 Jaramillo, Isabelle 190 Jaramillo, Judy 190 Jaramillo, Manuel 73, 136, 158,190 Libo, Victor 105, 106, 111, 191 Lilley, Robin 93, 191 Lindsey, Laura 87, 191 Loftfield, Bjorn 134, 192 Long, Malcolm 16, 94, 99, 115, 118,119, 140, 142, 178,192 Lopez, Anna 105, 106, 192 Lopez, Oscar 192 Lopez Vlanda 192 Lovato, Harry 192 Lucas, Larry 96, 192 Lucero, Charlotte 170, 192 Lucero, Daniel 121 Lucero, Joann 192 Lucero, Lawrence 192 Lucero, Louisa 110, 192 Lucero, Randolph 192 Lucero, Ricardo 192 Lucero, Roger 102, 192 Lucero, Verina 192 Luciani, Mona 192 Lujan, Annie 192 Lujan, Christopher 192, 264 Lujan, Linda 192 Lujan, Michael 133, 192 Luian, Yvonne 75, 193 Lumsdun, Bill 193 Luna, John 193 Madrid ,Jerry 80, 193 Maes, Billy 193 Montoya, Agustina 92, 105, 107,194 Montoya, Anthony 32, 119, 194 Montoya, Edward 194 Montoya, Elaine 194 Montoya, Frankie 194 Montoya, Joann 194 Montoya, Kathleen 194 Montoya, Madonna 194 Montoya, Michael 194 Montoya, Roberta 194 Montoya, Stephen 80, 114, 118, 1 1 9, 136, 137, 194 Mora, Toby 194 Morgan, Susanne 110, 194 Morris, Julia 100, 194 Mueller, Steven 106, 107 Muniz, Gerald 194 Muniz, Hubert 194 Myers, Cathy 104, 194 Nahar, Gilbert 119, 140 Naranjo, Gonzales, Claudio 80, 119, Martinez, Andrew 193 123, 127, 188 Gonzales, Donald 188 Gonzales, Elaine 110, 188 Gonzales, Ike 188 Gonzales, Lawrence 188 Gonzales, Leroy 189 Gonzales, Mary 188 Gonzales, Oliverio 188 Gonzales, Tony 188 King, Mary 191 138, Gorman, Pegi 111, 188 Graeber, Gloria 188 Grandia, Rebecca 85, 188 Graves, Dwayne 94, 114, 118,119,136,138,188 Greer, Elaine 81, 188 Grider, James 102, 188 Griego David 188 1 Griego, George 118 Griego, James 188 Griego, Linda 188 Griego, Ruby 188 Griego, Tommy 188 Griffin, Jerry 188 Gros, Thomas 188 Gurule, Elizabeth 109 Jaramillo, Panchita 190 Jaramillo Jr., Jack 127, 190 Jaramillo Jr., Jose 190 Jefferies, Thomas 190 Jimenez, Frank 190 Johnson, Helen 190 Jones, Candy 98, 191 Jones, James 106, 134, 191 Jones, Nancy 110, 191 Jurado, Marcia 191 Kainz, Michael 119, 136, 138, 191 Kaufman, Randy 191 Keim, Susan 191 Kelly, Colleen 111, 191 Kilbey, Margot 191 King, Edison 121, 136, 138, 191 King, Mike 191 Kinsel, Ronald 191 Klein, Dale 191 Knight, Kathy 191 Kraus, Alana 191 Kuhn, Linda 191 Lamkin, Lloyd 127, 191 Lamkin, William 100, 102, Maes, Gloria 21, 193 Maestas, Richard 193 Neal, Brent 75, 127, 194 Neito, Joseph 194 Neito, Lawrence 194 Newman, Ricky 194 Nunez, Michael 118, 119, 127,194 Oesterreicher, Frederick 194 Ogorek, Deborah 194 Olecksiew, Eugene 104, 194 Olguin, Sandra 194 Olivas, George 194 Mazaneras, Eileen 193 Mares, Julian 193 Marquez, Isabel 92, 102, 193 Marquez, Ronald 193 Martin, Lowell 193 Martin, Steve 105, 106 Olive, Leslie 105, 106, 107, 134,195 Ortega, Margarita 195 Ortega, Rosita 195 Ortiz, Bernice 195 Ortiz, Da Ortiz, Emily 80, 195 Ortiz, Ge vid 195 raldine 195 Martinez, Cecilia 193 Martinez, Clara Belle 183 Martinez, Fred 193 Martinez, John 193 Martinez, Julia 193 Martinez, Kathleen 193 Martinez, Larry 105, 193 Martinez, Terry 193 Martinez, Vanessa 110, 193 Ortiz, Katie 195 Ortiz, Richard 195 Ortiz, Rosinaldo 195 Ortiz, Shirley 195 Ortiz, Virginia 195 Otero, Raymond 195 Padilla, Martin 195 Palmer, Donny 106, 136, 195 Gurule, Jessie 188 Gurule, Tacho 188 Gutierrez, Benny 188 Gutierrez, George 105, 106, 188 Gutierrez, Margie 188 Gutierrez, Ray 188 Haagenson, Paul 188 Haagenson, Philip 189 Hall, Sheilia 93, 189 Hamilton, Inez 80, 189 Hanchett, Deborah 189 Hare, Lucinda 189 Harkins, Audrey 110, 189 Harris, David 136, 137, 189 Harris, Theresa 104, 189 191, 202 Landon, Gary 191 Lara, Danny 191 Laurent, Michael 94, 114, 118,119,140,142,191 Leach, Veronica 75, 91 Leon, Frank 140, 191 Lester Jr., Paul 191 Lewis, Allen 119, 191 Lewis, Janet 191 Lewis, Wendel 70, 71 Leyba, Anthony 191 Leyba, Frances 09, 191 Leyba, John 191 Leyba, Maxine 191 Leyva, Ismael 191 Mascareno Jr., Jesse 193 Matthew, Darrell 193 Mayfield, Dortha 104, 193 Mcafee, William 193 McGovern, John 119, 133, 193 McSwe'eney, Kathryn 193 Medina, Stella 193 Metoyer, Marsha 193 Meuli, Lanette 43, 111, 193 Miera, Rudy 193 Miers, John 105, 107, 193 Miklebost, John 136, 137, 193 Miller, Barbara 43, 68, 69, 111,170,173,193,288 Miller, Scott 194 Mobley, Sharon 194 Molina, Julia 194 Montano, Danny 119, 140, 194 Montano, Elroy 194 Montano, Lorraine 194 Montoya, Agnes 194 Palmer, Glenda 195 Pavlokovich 195 Pedroncelli, Rhonda 195 Pennybacker, Susan 110, 195 Peoples, Jerry 53, 61, 80, 115,118,119,122,121 126,170,180,195 Perea, Joseph 196 Perea, Michael 196 Perrucci, Gene 196 Perry, Pattie 96, 196 Perry, Nancy 101, 104, 196 Phillips, James 105, 106, 107 Pickerel, Connie 196 Pilon, Linda 196 Pino, Manuel 127, 196 Pittman, Margaret 102, 196 Pope, Orin 196 Pritchard, Dorothy 196 Quintana, Elvira 196 Rael, Dolores 80, 196, 244 Ramberg, Mindy 196 Rameriz, Ruby 196 Sanchez Rameriz, Margaret 196 Randall, Janet 196 Rector, Rebecca 69, 69, 196 Reed, William 196 Reed, Vickie 197 Revels, jeffrey 197 Ritz, Michele 96, 101, 197 Robinette, Donna 93, 170, 197 Robinson, Geary 119, 197 Robinson, Mary 197 Rockwell, janet 197 Rodarte, Elizabeth 197 Rodriquez, Eliza 197 Rodriquez, Julian 197 Rogers, jeffrey 115, 119, 197 Sanchez Leo 199 Sanchez Leroy 199 Sanchez, Mary 199 Sanchez Matthew 119, 133, 199 Sanchez, Patrick 199 Sanchez, Richard 199 Sanchez, Robert 199 1 Susan 102, 199 . 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