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forew ord . . . Whether you have j u s t begun h i g h s c h o o l or are about to l e a v e i t , y o ur y e a r b o o k e d i t o r s hope t h a t you w i l l a l w a y s k e e p t h e many w o n d e r f u l memo­ r i e s o f t h e s e y e a r s f r e s h i n y o u r mi n d. Here are your f r i e n d s , your f a v o r i t e t e a c h ­ e r s , t h e s o c i a l e v e n t s and t h e n o n s e n s e , t h e hard work and, o f c o u r s e , t h e s p o r t s - in sh o rt, ev er y th in g that i s high school. We h a v e t r i e d t o c o l l e c t p i c t o r i a l moment o s o f t h e s e t h i n g s and t o put them i n t o a compact d i a r y o f l i f e - i n Los Alamos High School. We hope you w i l l e nj o y l o o k i n g back and r e me mb e r i n g - - t h r o u g h your 1955 La Loma.

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s e c t i o n e d it o r s

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in tro d u ctio n

Peggy DePriest; c l a s s e s :

faculty:

and

Nancy

l i t h a Carmichael and Pat Rutherford. pictures:

Barbara Schmitt; c o n t r i b u t o r s :

Pat

Carol Bone, Arlene Bowen, Martha Chamber­

Brackeen, Marianne Converse and Beverly

l i n , Bettina Hoerlin, John McKinley, Bar­

Seay; o r g a n i z a t i o n s :

bara Smith, Jean Wilson, and Harriett West.

C urtis and Joyce J o s lin ;

Shull; s p o r t s : shots:

features:

Sue Abbott and Paula

Jim Miller; a r t a n d s n a p ­

fa c u lty advisor:

Mr. Stephen Dunning;

Gail Peters and Peggy DePriest.

w ith s p e c ia l thanks to Mr. John Reninger

Lucy G arcia, D olores Keddy

fo r his photographs and Miss Jacqueline

business:

and M arcella Sears; d i s t r i b u t i o n :

De-

Huskey for her help in business matters.


dedication . . .

N i n e t e e n f i f t y one was a f o r t u n a t e y e a r f o r our s c h o o l ; i t was t h e n t h a t Mr. Ramsey f i r s t came t o Los Al a mo s . Sin ce t h a t time, the d i g n i t y and s t a t u r e o f our h i g h s c h o o l a r e e n h a n c e d wh e n ­ e v e r and w h e r e v e r h i s name i s m e n t i o n e d . He h a s w i l l i n g l y wo r ke d w i t h n e a r l y e v e r y o n e i n s c h o o l , e i t h e r as a t e a c h e r , d i r e c t o r o r f r i e n d . To him we owe s u c h s u c c e s s e s as H a r v e y , J u l i u s C a e s a r , S w e e t h e a r t s , and t h e y e a r l y ‘ S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s ’ . I n Los A l a m o s , h i s v e r y name i s s y no ny mo us w i t h success. P r o b a b l y , however, he a c h i e v e d h i s g r e a t ­ e s t s u c c e s s b e f o r e he came h e r e - - w h e n he m a r r i e d Mr s . L o l a Ra ms ey . No m a t t e r how b u s y he i s , he c a n a l w a y s f i n d t i m e t o do more, t o g i v e s omeone h e l p or sound a d v i c e . We r e a l i z e t h a t t h e p a t i e n c e and ha r d work o f l o n g h o u r s can n e v e r be r e p a i d . As o n e t o k e n o f f r i e n d s h i p and a p p r e c i a t i o n , we d e d i c a t e t h e 1955 La Loma t o Mr. R o s s B. Ramsey. The

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goodbye from , , . I hope e ach one o f you w i l l al ways be as proud o f Los A l a mo s Hi g h S c h o o l

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MR. DONALD ROUSH, P r i n c i p a l

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day a dream o f j o y and e v e r y tomorrow a v i s i o n

of hope.’

DR. LEWIS ALLBEE, S u p e r i n t e n d e n t

and a farewell message from . , , Q u e r i d o s A mi g o s : Instead o f a g r e e t i n g to the gra dua ting c l a s s o f 1955, I would r a t h e r l e a v e t h i s mes sage w i t h y o u , and t h e n b i d you ‘ a d i o s ’ . Once you g r a d u a t e s l e a v e , we a c t u a l l y s e e very few o f y o u a g a i n , s o I woul d l i k e t o remind you o f t h r e e t h i n g s t h a t I f e e l a r e v e r y i mp o r t a n t and whi ch w i l l h e l p you t o r eac h your f u t u r e goals. 1. Have a s m i l e and a g r e e t i n g for a ll. 2. ‘ There i s o n l y one t h i n g t h a t w i l l r e a l l y t r a i n t h e human mi nd, and t h a t i s t h e v o l u n t a r y u s e o f t h e mind by t h e man h i m s e l f . ’ - - A . L. L o w e l l . 3. Have f a i t h . I have e n j o y e d our a s s o c i a t i o n s , and I hope we ar e a l l p a r t i n g f r i e n d s . Ha s t a l a v i s t a !

MR. TRACY TRIPP, A s s i s t a n t P r i n c i p a l


fa c u lty , . . Dave Cernicek must be t e l l i n g Miss Lu­ c i l l e Harmon, Miss Gertrude Armij o, and Miss E laine Meyer about h is exciting experiences in Czech­ oslovakia.

Miss Harmon, N u r s e ; Miss Armijo, S p e m i s h ; Mr. Cernicek, V/or I d H i s t o r y , Senior P r o b l e m s , E n g l i s h ; Miss Meyer, L i b r a r i a n .

LeRoy McGuinn and Mrs. Dolores Hengstenberg are comparing notes of the day under the ap­ proval of Frank Pink­ erton, Miss Hilda John­ son, and Mrs. Margaret Browne and unidentified la p - s i t t i n g friend.

Mr. McGuinn, Band; Mr. Pinkerton, O r c h e s t r a ; Mrs. Browne, S e c r e t a r y to D r . A l l b e e ; Mrs. Hengstenberg, A l g e b r a ; Miss Johnson, E n g l i s h , S o c i a l Studies, Arithm etic.

Horace Gambell and James Meaders seem to be as wil ling stu­ dents as those who are in Mrs. E liza­ beth Shapar's Home Economics c la ss e s.

Mrs. Shapar, Home Eco nomi cs ; Mr. Gambell, Gener al M e t a l , G e n e r a l Shop, M e c h a n i c a l ^ r a w i n g . T r a n s p o r t a t i o n ; Mr. Meaders, G e o m e t r y , P h y s i c s .


ceki Bliss’

E a sily one of the b e s t­ looking faculty foursome groups is made up of Mrs. Shirley Fries, Miss Eleanore Nelson, Ross Baird and John Reinger.

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Mr. Baird, E n g l i s h , Ame ric an H i s t o r y , S e n i o r P r o b l e m s ; Mrs. Fries, L a t i n , E n g l i s h : Mr. Reninger, Shop, C r a f t s ; Miss Nelson, A l g e b r a , S o l i d G e o m e t r y .

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What i s in the teacher’s lounge that is so amusing to Miss Jacqueline Husk­ ey, Stephen EXinning, Mrs. L u c i l l e McCleskey, and Burton Buehrer?

Mi ss Huskey, F r e n c h ; Mr. Dunning, E n g l i s h , World H i s t o r y ; Mrs. McClesk­ ey, E n g l i s h ; Mr. Buehrer, Geography, General S c i e n c e .

Ever busy, busy are Bruce Moore, Mrs. Ruth Benz, Mrs. A lic e S ta r it z s k y , Mrs. Gladys Alexander, and Mrs. Uell Lee Brown.

Mr. Moore, A s s i s t a n t S u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f S c h o o l s ; Mrs. Benz, C h e m i s t r y , B i o l o g y : Mrs. Staritzsky, S e c r e t a r y t o M r . Moore; Mrs. Alexander, R e g i s "

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Checking up on the noon­ day news are Mrs. Opal Wingfield, Deane Carter, Mrs. Molly Wyles, and Jolm Aragon.

Mrs. Wingfield, C o w m e r c i a l ; Mr. Carter, C o mme rc i al ; Mrs. Wyles, L i t e r ­ a t u r e , M a t h e m a t i c s ; Mr. Aragon, S p a n i s h , E n g l i s h , S o c i a l S t u d i e s .

Jay I n g a ll, George Mc­ Bane, and Stanley Hipwood seem to be explor­ ing the wonders of s c i­ ence in D-Wing.

Mr. In gall, E n g l i s h , S o c i a l S t u d i e s , Group Games; Mr. McBane, G e n e r a l S c i e n c e , B i o l o g y ; Mr. Hipwood, A r i t h m e t i c , M e c h a n i c a l Dr awi ng.

I s Daniel Mullin s t i l l t e l l i n g those old jokes to Miss Evelyn Right, Bob Cox, and B i l l Hudson?

Mi ss Might, P h y s i c a l E d u c a t i o n ; Mr. Cox, P h y s i c a l E d u c a t i o n ; Mr. Mul­ l i n , A m e r i c a n H i s t o r y , W o rl d H i s t o r y , E n g l i s h ; Mr. Hudson, S w i mm in g ,


E. M. Avara, p r e s i d e n t ; John McKin. ' \ i ley, v i c e - p r e s i d e n t ; Beverly Seay, \ \ X ^ s e c r e t a r y ; Pat Hodges, tr e a s u r e r V \ '\ â–

seniors, . .

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Our c la ss once again elected four fine o ffic e r s. Of course, a fine c la s s always e l e c t s capable o f f i c ­ ers. We are proud to add you to the history of the Senior Class of 1955.


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Mr. D a n i e l M u l l i n

E very y earb ook , i t seem s, i s f i l l e d w ith p h ra ses s u c h as ‘ o ur d e b t o f g r a t i t u d e ’ , ‘ t h e s u c c e s s o f t h e c l a s s i s your s u c c e s s ’ , or o t h e r s o f th e t y p i c a l y ea rb o o k ‘ j a r g o n ’ . And, s t r a n g e l y enough , t h e s e p h r a s e s a r e u s u a l l y a p p r o p r i a t e . Ejiough o f th e o r d in a r y yearbook p h r a s e o lo g y ! To y o u , our s e n ­ i o r s p o n s o r s , a s i m p l e , s i n c e r e , ‘ Thank y o u ’ - - f o r e v e r y t h i n g .

C l a s s co lors:

Red and Silver

C l a s s flower:

Fkjse

C l a s s motto:

Life i s my college; may I grad­ uate well and earn some honors.

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GARY TUBE *E)utch’ . In 1951, Gary moved to Los Alamos from the ‘Show Me’ sta te of Missouri. In a few years Gary hopes to be a d i s c jo c k e y fo r some T.V. s ta tio n . His fa v o rite song, which you might g u e s s , i s ‘Crazy Man Crazy’ .

JANIE LEE BURROW

RICHARD STITELER

‘June’ transferred from Tucumcari in 1949. She would lik e to go to Colorado State C o lle g e a f t e r g r a d u a tio n . Her f a v o r it e song i s ‘Hold My Hand’ .

‘Rick’ i s from California and he came here in 19 47. He wants to j o in the Navy and then go to c o lle g e . His fa ­ v o r it e song i s ‘Dark Eyes’ .

EDYTHE TUCHFARBER ‘Edie’ , who came to Los Alamos in 1950 from I l l i n o i s i s unde­ cided about her future plans. Her favorite song, strangely enough, i s ‘Without a Song’ .

MARY ALICE BADSGARD ‘Mab’ i s from R a to n , New Mexico, and has a strange but i n t e r e s t i n g am bition. She would lik e to be a cheerleader for Notre Dame. Her favorite saying seems to be ‘Blues for Brando’ .

FRED PEIPELMAN Fred came to Los Alamos in 1952 from Espanola, New Mexi­ c o . He i s g o in g t o stud y mechanical engineering, but h i s f a v o r i t e e x p r e s s io n i s ‘What’ s in i t for me?’ X

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BEVERLY SEAY ‘Bev’ i s a former Oklahoman. She transferred here in 1947. She is planning to go to col­ lege after graduation. Favor­ i t e tune? ‘September Song’ .

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RONNY TURNER

‘P e te ’ joined the Toppers in 1951 from Colorado. She has a wonderful ambition, to be a s in g e r . Her fa v o r ite song, n a t u r a l l y , i s ‘With A Song In My Heart’ .

‘ B u lld o g ’ i s a tr a n s fe r o f Tennessee in 1947. He does not know what he w ill do after graduation. His favorite song i s ‘Shake, R attle, and R o ll’ .

ANDY MARTINEZ Andy transferred to Los Alamos in 1953 from C aliforn ia. He b e lie v e s that he would lik e to be an e le c tr ic ia n after he graduates. His f a v o r i t e saying: ‘Why?????’

MELITON GARCIA VIOLET FOWLKES ‘Dolly’ is another Texan. She transferred to L.A. in 1949. A f t e r graduation she w i l l probably jo in the Waves. As a song, she l i k e s ‘Keep I t A S e c re t’ .

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‘L ito’ transferred from Taos, New Mexico, in 1952. He would l i k e to lead the l i f e o f a backswoodsman a f t e r grad­ uation. His fa v o r ite saying i s ‘Linda Corazon’ .


EVERETTE MARVIN AVARA j

‘E.M.' is an old-timer in Los Alamos, having tr a n s fe r r e d here in 1945 from Colorado. At the present time he does not have any fu tu re p la n s, but our guess i s that h e’ l l ' k b e i n v o l v e d in h i s f i r s t love - music.

PATRICIA HODGES ‘Pat’ wants to go to c o lleg e a fte r graduation, preferably Oklahoma University. She l e f t Oklahoma in 1949 to come to Los Alamos. Her f a v o r i t e s a y in g : ‘ I t was j u s t one o f those th in g s ’ .

i SUE KNOTTS ‘Suzie’ transferred from Mary­ land in 1952. She would like to be a Home Economics teach­ e r . Her fa v o r ite saying i s ‘Jeepers Creepers’ .

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BARBARA SMITH ‘Barb’ , even though her favori t e song i s 'I Understand’ , doesn’ t f u l l y know what she w i l l do a fter she graduates. She does know, however, that ^ s h e ’ s glad she came to L.A. in 1950 from C a l i f o r n i a .

DIMAS CHAVEZ ‘Dimo’ moved from Santa Fe way back in 1942. He would lik e to be an e le c tr ic ia n and i s going to a trade sch ool after graduation. His favor­ i t e s a y in g , n a t u r a l l y , i s ‘Why???’ (Where’s Andy?)

Tom, who a ls o moved to Los Alamos from Oklahoma in 1946, i s planning to own ten sports cars. His favorite saying at the moment seems to be ‘My j e e p ’ s busted’ .


JO ANN BOND ‘J o ’ came to Los Alamos from Tennessee in 1948 and has a worth-w hile am b ition --to be a bookkeeper.

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CHARLES FREDRICK ‘Chuck’ in 1948 c o lle g e Chuck’ s o f th e

came from C alifornia and plans on going to when he graduates. the t a l l e s t one-third ‘ te r r ib le t r io ’ .

‘B e t s y ’ , who came to Los Alamos way back in 1943 from New York, has not f u lly de­ cided what she w ill be doing n e x t y e a r. But B etsy can frequently be heard saying, ‘Honest to P e te ’ .

DOLORES KEDDY ‘Lorie’ cametoL.A. from Con­ necticut in 1950. She is go­ ing to c o lle g e after gradua­ tion. Her favorite expression is ‘Keep i t in Mind’ . FRED DUNKER JOHN PAUL EVANS ‘Jack*, who came to Los Alamos in 1949 from Albuquerque, i s interested in music and medi­ c in e and may study e it h e r . Ever hear him say, ‘Dogbone’ ?

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‘Freddie’ cametoL.A. in 1951 from Illin o is-a n d may go right back there when he graduates. The major league scouts may keep him from h i s ‘Home in I llin o is’.


PEGGY CAMERON ‘Peg’ came to Los Alamos in 1946 from the n e ig h b o r in g sta te of Arizona. Her future plans are undecided.

PATRICIA ANN DUNN Pat' l e f t Colorado in 1951 :o come to Los Alamos. After graduation she wants to work Ce;. trith animals. Her fa v o r ite song i s , ‘You’ l l Never Walk Si''. Alone’ .

ROBERT BOYER ‘ Bob’ came to L.A. from I l ­ l i n o i s in 1951 and plans on working fo r a s h o r t w h ile with Uncle Sam; there may be a Ccureer in the Navy for Bob, to o . His f a v o r it e song i s ‘Honey Love’ .

ANNA ALLENDER Anna came to Los Alamos in 1953 from the wonderful c it y o f Las Cruces, New Mexico. She would lik e to serve her country in the ‘Waves’ after graduation. GEORGE COFFINBERRY l^George came to Los Alamos in !1?1947 from Kentucky. He would I®lik e to attend an engineering 8*'c o lle g e. His favorite saying ii! i s ‘Ach der Lieber’ .

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JOHN BRADBURY John l e f t good o ld ‘D ix ie Land’ in 1944 to come to Los Alamos. He’ s from Virginia, but New Mexico w i l l want to claim him as a ‘native son’ .

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DELLA MAE RANDALL

LAWRENCE GARCIA

MARIANNE CONVERSE

D e lla Mae, who came to L.A. High in 1949 from Washington, D.C., s t i l l plans on becoming an a i r l i n e h o s t e s s . Her favorite expression is ‘Covey and I had a f i g h t ! P .S . I love you’ .

‘T urkey’ , who came to Los Alamos in 1947 from Colorado, plans on being an Air Force P i l o t when he g r a d u a t e s .

‘Mac’ came to Los Alamos High from California in 1946. When she graduates she w ill study j o u r n a lis m . Her f a v o r it e song i s ‘T i l l Then’ .

JOHN WOODWARD ‘Woody’ , who came t o Los Alamos in 1952, i s going to tak e h i s Jaguar and go to Harvard. John i s from New J e r s e y , by th e way. H is f a v o r i t e e x p r e s s io n i s I f brains were shoes, you’ d be barefoot up to your knees .

WALTER SIGLOCK

PATRICIA SHIPLEY ‘Pat’ came to Los Alamos from Houston in 1953. After gradu­ a tio n , ‘Ole Rebel’ i s going to secretarial school back in Texas. Remember those 'Green E y es’ , P a tty , and ‘S m ile ’ .

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‘Walt’ came to Los Alamos in 1950 from I l l i n o i s . He is going to study draftsmanship. Could i t be th a t i f ‘Rev’ s g o t the money, W a lt’ s go th the tim e ’ ?


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DAN CALLAGHAN

BEVERLY HARRISON

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‘P a t ’ t r a n s f e r r e d t o Los Alamos in 1950 from Oklahoma. She would lik e to be a secre­ tary in fu tu re y e a r s . Her fa v o r ite song i s ‘B e a u tifu l Brown Eyes’ .

Dan i s another person who transferred from Colorado in 1950. He would lik e very much to be a c i v i l engineer. His s a y in g : ‘Can’ t l i v e w ith them, can’ t liv e without them, m ig h t as w e l l g i v e u p ’ .

‘ B e v ’ moved to L.A. from Colorado in 1951. She i s n ’ t sure o f her plans for a fter g r a d u a tio n . Her f a v o r i t e song i s , ‘P.S. I Love You.’

FRANK LOVELADY ‘Almighty S e n i o r ’ . Frank transferred from Albuquerque in 1951. He t e l l s us that his main ambition i s to ‘ leave Los Alamos High’ .

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PHILIP BURNWORTH

lii ‘ P h i l ’ t r a n s f e r r e d to Los (1 Alamos in 1947 from C a l i li, fo r n ia . He has a s w e ll am;i b itio n --to be cin a r t i s t . His t'sf f a v o r i t e s o n g i s ‘ Ruby’ .

JEAN JOHNSTON WILSON ‘J e a n i e ’ i s another person who came to L.A. from Colorado in 1946. She i s not sure of her future plans. Her favor­ i t e song seems to be I r e ­ member only Jimmy’ .

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JOYCE JOSLIN ‘ J e r c e ’ , who t r a n s f e r r e d to Los Alamos in 1944 from Sunny California, w i l l be heading for c o lle g e a fte r graduation. Mien you speak of songs, J e rc e lik e s : ‘My One True Love’ . KENNETH SHOOK ‘Ken’ came to Los Alamos from Ohio in 1951. He would li k e to study c i v i l engineering when he graduates. Ken seems to know, though, that ‘We’ve a l l gotta go sometime’ .

PEGGY DEPRIEST ‘Peg’ came to Los Alamos in 1946 from Colorado. She’s planning to ‘ travel’ when she graduates. A very f i t t i n g song for her is: ‘Peg 0 ’ My Heart’ . MIKE KELLY ‘Tiger’ moved to L=A. from Kansas in 1951. He plans to attend c o lle g e a fter graduation. His favorite ex­ pression is ‘Bear’ s le g ’ . Say, Mike, where did you get that?

DOROTHEA HANSEN ‘Dee’ i s a new arrival at L.A.H.S. She moved here th is year from Utah. After graduation she w ill enter some branch of the serv ice. But, as she would say, ‘Don’ t be b i t t e r ’ . JOHN MC KINLEY John came to L.A. in 1948 from Al­ buquerque. He would lik e to be an a r c h ite c t in the near future. His favorite song is Teach Me Tonight .

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PRISCILLA SALAZAR ‘Sh eila’ became a member of L.A.H.S. in 1946, having tr a n s fe r r e d from Espanola. After graduation she would like to go into nursing. LEON CRISS ‘ C r is s ’ jo in ed the H illto p p e r s in 1950 from Colorado. He intends to go into e le c tr o n ic s . His fa v o rite song: ‘ I ’ l l Walk Alone’ .

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‘Barb’ moved to L.A. from Santa Fe in 1948. She wants to be e ith e r a secretary or a telephone operator. Her favorite song i s ‘Hold My Hand’ . CARL OGREN

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Carl becEune a Hilltopper in 1947 when he moved from Colorado. After gradu­ ation, he is joining forces with Uncle Sam for a tour of duty with the Navy.

MARILYN CHELIUS Marilyn moved to Los Alamos from Ten­ nessee in 1951. She would lik e to continue her education in some c o l­ lege a fter she graduates. NORMAN SEITZ ‘Norm’ came to L.A.H.S. in 1952 when he moved from Sunny C a l i f o r n i a . H is f a v o r i t e e x p r e s s io n must be ‘ lo v ey dovey’ .

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SARAH MC MILLAN

‘ ADELA INEZ GARCIA

JAMES MILLER

'D e lla ’ came to Los Alamos in 1946 from Colorado, and i s planning to be a nurse. Her fa v o r ite saying i s ‘ I ’m ju s t a dreamer’ .

‘Tiny’ joined the Hilltoppers in 1952 from Raton. He would lik e to go to c o lle g e a fter g r a d u a tio n . As Jim would s a y , ‘T h a t’ s the b r e a k s ’ .

Sarah transferred from Texas in 1948. She would like very much to g e t married after g r a d u a t io n . Her favorite | s a y in g i s ‘ Where’ s Fred?’

ROBERT STRAIN ‘Bob’ was formerly a resident of Colorado. He moved to L.A. in 1945. His f a v o r it e ex ­ pression i s ‘Hot Rod Happy’ .

LUCY GARCIA ‘Luz’ came from Espanola in 19 45. As an am b ition she would lik e to tr a v e l and go to c o l l e g e . Her f a v o r i t e e x p r e s s i o n i s ‘ Te Amo .

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CLYDE GUERIN Clyde, who came from Santa Fe in 1946, i s heading for col­ lege after he graduates. His f a v o r i t e s a y in g i s ‘That’ s the b r e a k s’ .


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LARRY LEE FULTON

Larry came to L. A. in 1946 fait: from Colorado. He plans to go 'sf:; to co lle g e a fter graduation.

‘M o lly ’ came from the b ig s t a t e of Texas in 1950. She plan s to enter a t e a c h e r s ’ c o l l e g e a f t e r g ra d u a tio n .

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VIRGINIA MAES ‘Ginny’ became a member of Los Alamos High School in 1950. A fter graduation she plans to jo in the Air Force. Her favorite song i s ‘Release Me’ .

JOSEPH CONNER PAULA SHULL Paula came to Los Alamos in 1952 from M ic h ig a n . She would lik e to go into nursing after graduation.

‘J o e ’ moved to the Atomic City from Idaho in 1952. He would lik e to become an en­ gineer. His fa v o rite saying i s ‘Oh! but Daddy’ .

DAVID MC FERRIN ‘Mac’ moved to Los Alamos in 1945 from I l l i n o i s . He plans to j o i n th e s e r v i c e a f t e r graduation. His favorite say­ ing: ‘Honest, that’ s no jo k e'.


VIRGINIA GURULE ‘Ginny’ came to L.A.H.S. in 1948 from C a l i f o r n i a . She plans to be a secretary, but her favorite saying seems to be ‘There’s no future in i t . ’

SUE ABBOTT

TERRY D. Terry 1946 would next

LANGHAM

came to Los Alamos in from Las C ruces. He lik e to go to c o lle g e year. H is f a v o r i t e saying i s ‘Ducky’ .

‘Suzie 0 ’ I who came to L.A. in 1946 from T e x a s, w ill probably be a tten d in g Mary Hardin Baylor next year. Her favorite saying is ‘That’s the saddest story I ever heard’.

DAWN STEVENS ‘D i l l y ’ came to L.A. in 1946 from C lo v is . Her f a v o r it e saying i s ‘Smile, i t doesn’ t hurt’ .

JAMES THOMAS ‘Jim’ i s from Santa Fe, New Mexico,and he came to L.A. in 1945. Some day Jim wants to be a Master Sergeant in the Air Force. We r e a l l y doubt i t , b u t Jim s a y s t h a t he ‘hates wimmin’ .

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ROBERT JIRIKOWIC ‘ Brandy’ t r a n s f e r r e d from C a l i f o r n i a i n 1954. His f a v o r i t e s a y in g : ‘A good smoke and a cup o f coffee*.


MARCELLA SEARS ‘Chip’ was a welcome addition to L.A. High in 1951, when she moved from Clayton, New Mexi­ co. She would lik e to attend c o l l e g e and ‘ t r a v e l ’ a ft e r graduation. Her favorite song i s ‘ Answer Me, My L o v e ’ .

MARY OLIVAS EE

‘Mare’ t r a n s f e r r e d to Lof sas,: Alamos way back in 1943 from Hi:;. Santa Fe. She would lik e to 'Eli, work for the U n iv e r s it y o f 'Ik:, C a l i f o r n i a . Her f a v o r i t e EIIl song i s ‘ I Guess I t Was You All The Time'.

ROSS L.

RAMSEY

Ross came to L.A. in 1952 from Utah. He would lik e to be on Broadway in the future. His f a v o r it e song i s ‘J u st Give Me Five Minutes More*.

JUANITA COLYER J u a n it a came from the b ig s t a t e of Texas in 1946. She plans to attend a b u sin e s s school in preparation for be­ ing a secretary. Her favorite saying i s ‘Oh, not r e a l l y ’ .

JOE ROBINSON ‘JoJo’ came to Los Alamos in 1953 from Albuquerque. He plans to study engineering. His fa v o r ite saying i s ‘Oh, what you did! ’

Ross jo in e d the Toppers in 1949, from the near-by sta te of Colorado. He i s s t i l l unde­ cided about his future plans.

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PATRICIA BRACKEEN

DON SHADED

BARBARA LUCY

‘P a t ’ came t o L .A .H .S . in 1951 from Albuquerque. She would lik e to go to c o lle g e a f t e r gra d u a tio n . You can hear her saying ‘Don’ t worry about i t ; t h a t ’ s l i f e ’ .

Don l e f t Santa Fe in 1950 to come to Los Alamos. He would lik e to attend New Mexico A & M c o lle g e . I f you’ ve heard Don t a l k , you’ ve heard him say: ‘ Don’ t gimme t h a t ’ .

‘B arbie’ tra n sferred to Los Alamos in 1948 from C a l i ­ f o r n ia . She w i l l probably be a tten d in g c o l l e g e after graduation. Her favorite song i s ‘L ife Would Be a Dream’ .

LORETTA BIRDSONG

ROBERT ATKINS ‘Robin’ came from Frankfort, New York, way back in 1948. He plans to attend c o l l e g e after graduation. A good song for Robin would be ‘No Busi­ n e s s Like Show B u s i n e s s ’ .

‘ Lolo’ transferred from A l­ buquerque in 1947. She would lik e to go to college and ‘get married’ . She can be heard saying ‘For P e t e ’s s a k e ! ! ! ’

DON SHEPAN Don came to L.A. in 1951 from I l l i n o i s . He would lik e to be a M echanical E ngin eer, and, as he would say, ‘Ain’ t that ducky?’

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NANCY CURTIS

JOE BACA

BARBARA JOBES

‘Nan’ join ed the Toppers in 1947 from Sunny C a lifo r n ia . After graduation th is spring she w ill be heading for Okla­ homa and c o l l e g e . When you t a lk about songs, Nancy e s ­ p e c i a l l y lik e s ‘S in c e r e ly ’ .

‘ V ic to r ’ came to Los Alamos in 1944 as a tr a n s fe r from Albuquerque. Like some of the other fellow s, he w ill prob­ a b ly e n te r the Navy a f t e r g r a d u a tio n . His f a v o r i t e s a y in g i s ‘ Beat i t , k i d ! ’

‘Bobbi’ , who is s t i l l uncerta in about the future, i s a newcomer to Los Alamos. She moved here in 1954 from California. Her favorite song is ‘Sunrise Seranade’ .

PATRICIA STEIGER ‘Pat’ lived in Texas u n til 1954 when she moved to Los Alamos. She hopes to be a home eco­ nomics teacher someday. Her favorite song i s ‘Stardust’ .

PETER SCHNEIDER ‘Pete’ moved to Los Alamos in 1952 from Iowa. He would l i k e to be a E l e c t r o n i c s E n g in ee r . P e te l i k e s the so n g ‘ Crazy man, c r a z y ’ .

FENNELL EVANS Fennell came to L.A. in 1950 from Arizona. He plans to get a college education after grad­ uation. His fa v o rite saying i s ‘L ife i s tough a l l over’ .

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HELEN HANSEN Helen, lik e her s i s t e r Dee, moved here in 1954 from Utah. She too would lik e to enter some branch of the s e r v ic e .

THELMA MIKJLESON ‘ Mickey’ liv e d in Colorado u n t i l 1951, when she tra n s­ ferred to L.A. She would like to enter the business world and be a stenographer. Her favor­ i t e song i s ‘Harbor L ig h ts’ .

VIOLA BORREGO V iola i s another newcomer to L . A . , having moved here in 1954 from Espanola. She would lik e to become an a irlin e hos­ te s s sometime in the future.

DELITHA CARMICHAEL ‘Dee J ’ transferred to L.A. in 1946 from Alabama. She plans to attend c o lle g e after high school graduation. Her favor­ i t e saying is ‘Are you crazy?’

SHELLEY BROWN ‘S h e l l ’ t r a n s f e r r e d from Washington D.C. in 1954. Her favorite saying i s ‘Go crazy, man’ . She plans to become a c i v i l engineer.


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Judy N o ttr o tt, p r e s i d e n t ; Pat Eaton, v i c e - p r e s i d e n t ; Barbara Schmitt, s e c r e t a r y ; A r lin e Bowen, t r e a s u r e r .

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R o s e l l a Borrego

Tom S z a l a y

Jim B o l t o n

Tom B e r g s t r e s s e r

C a r o le Huber

Janet T itte n s o r

V i r g i n i a Wynne

Bri an C h e l i u s

Robert Fl oc k

S a l l y Hoff

Maxetta B or c ha r dt


S a l l y McCartney

Deanne K e l l y

Jim U l r i c h

G r i f f Grantham

K e i t h Dalrymple

Robert Ro nzio

Ruth Evans

N an c ie Dodson

E l a i n e Elmore

Clyde Montoya

Joe K e l l y


Leonce Evans

Connie Ga r ci a

Dick Brooks

Duane H a l l

Gene T o r r e s

Jan C r i s s

J a n e t Reed

Barbara S c h m i t t

Gaylord Mingo

Bob Draggon

Mary C h a r le n e Rhea


Ralph Sharp

A r l i n e Bowen

Gary B a l d r i d g e

Mert T r o u s d a le

John Tubb

, D ale N o b l i t t

Renomia Burch

Don Blake

Be r th a S a l a z a r

Harlan A v e r i t t

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David Brown

Peggy Conner

Jim Maddy

Gene Luj an

A n i t a McKee

Walter Walker


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Donna F e l l e r s

M er ily n Ka rl en

Joan Mark

L e n n is T a y lo r

Ann Heltman

Peggy T a l l e y

Pat Eaton

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Carol Bone


Marion Woolf

Deanna Morgan

Sandra L uth er

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Lena Mae S t a l l i n g s

Judy N o t t r o t t

H a r r i e t t West

M arilyn T ro u sd a le

Susan Lund


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"T Barbara Ne well

B ettin a Hoerlin

Rose M aestas

Gary F i c h t

Mary Lou Anna

Norma Jones Virden Gentry

Deryll A veritt

Doug Jo ne s P at Lacey

Corky Thorn

Leroy Garcia

Peter E issele

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E l l e n Wilder

Marlyn Crogstad

Sue Robinson Eugene Quintana

Mike D e v e n d o r f

Nancy S h u l t e

Margery I ck e

A r le n e Robinson

Fl oyd S t u l t s Melva Brewer

Dawson May


Don Anderson

Doug Anderson

Ann DuFrane

Den nis Montoya

Bobby Crawford Nbnica White

Joan Savage Kim McCracken

Butch Humphreys

Bob Raper

C ha r le s M i t c h e l l

B e t t y Crawford


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Richard Q u i l l i n

Donna Shaw

J e s s e S ig l o w

Kay T uc hf ar be r

Mary C a ll a g h a n Frank C a u l f i e l d

Peggy Hopkins Eddie Clark

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Selma Cinder

B i l l Pe nl and

Jerry Caveglia


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Lloyd D is on

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Mike Haley

R e n o ld ia Thompson Don S e a r s Elmer Maestas Rosan S t . C l a i r

W. Lee Brown

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Pat Peckumn

J e r r y T a y lo r


Uls

Sandra Trowbridge

Cobb S t a l l i n g s

Jim S c h n e i d e r

John Ridgway

Joe Bowman

P i t a Sandoval

Ann Downs

Norma P a l l o n e

Sandra Hawkins

Jim Turner

Rosemary Ga r ci a

Jack Hawkins

Bonnie G a r ci a

Mike E l d e r

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Marilyn Lipp

Dick McDonald

Annabel Roybal M ilt on Grissom

Bonnie S h o w a l t e r

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L e s l i e Hasty

Nancy Chase

Martha Lipp Anna Mae Naranjo

Carl Hu tch in s

Barbara Ashby

Harvey McDonald


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Bob Noth, p r e s i d e n t ; Lynette Roser, v i c e - p r e s i d e n t ; Cara Lu Kewish, s e c r e t a r y ; Babs Rogers, t r e a s u r e r .


Mary P i e r c e

V irg in ia Gutierrez

S h i r l e y Newberry

Loren Whittemore

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Bud Goodwin Barbara Derr

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C h r is tin e Farley

Ann Grantham Dwayne Morrow


I Andy Maestas

S y l v i a Wheat

Kathryn S c o v e l

Den nis Quintana

Esther T r u j i l l o

V i r g i n i a Morris Tommy Canada

Penny N i c h o l s

Peggy C us hin g

Eric Peterson Donna Ke pley

Davene H a r r i s

Co ri nne Chene

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Hay Ruse

E le a n o r Wiley

D ix ie Teetor

Roberta Sharp

Judy Ronzio

Tye S c o t t Abad Sandoval

Joe McIntyre

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Joe Palmer

C a r le tta G riffin


Gene Dunn

Bobby Pa n ter

Edward Humphrey

Pat Morgan

Tex Barker Mel Gar ci a

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Ramona K e i t h P r i s c i l l a Mascerenas

M i l t o n Cox

V i v i a n Henry

Sandra Jones

Roger Blake


J a n e t Haney

Linda C ha p pe ll

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Robert Noth

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K ath le en S a u n i e r

Jane Roberson


Pat L u t t r e l l

Leon Dison

Diana Ross

G a b r i e l Baca

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Roger S t e v e n s Be r th a Knecht

David A l l e n

Dwight S i l v e r Carol Aaberg

J o s e p h i n e Sobczyk

Don C h e l i u s

S a l l y Bowman

Gary Donathan


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B i l l T u c h fa r b e r

B e t t y Roach

B i l l Hutton

r L e s l i e Dav is

M elvin H o o s i e r Lynn Atwood

Rodney Gay

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C a r o l e Herin Don Yaeger

Sh er r y Murley

Babs Rogers

Judy Young


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Pat Wild er

Ken F l e t c h e r

Sue Campbell Judy Davis

Fred Reed

L y n e t t e Roser

Martha Chamberlin

David H a l l Gary H ous le y

Rodney Boggs

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Paul Jordan

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Carol Craven Nancy Means

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Margie W h i t i s

Mickey Alden

Sandra Renstrom

Tami Bond

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Ronnie MacNeil Judy Fowlkes

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Joan S t r a t h e r n

Roger London

Linda York


Sammy Luj an

Jack Knig ht

R i p l e y Shipman

Kenneth T imbl in

John Marxen

James G r e e le y

L e s l i e White J a n i c e Jordan

Mike Quintana Dick Gar cia

Don Rodgers

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L i t o Maestas

Thurmond S t u l t s

R u s s e l l Matthews

Marie Sena Robert P o l l y

Bennie Ladabour

Sevedeo Qiacon

Judy Evans

John Hopkins


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Roger Aamodt

Jim Gafke

G a il Gibson

Dick Marxen D i x i e Busey

Sandra Romaine

Mike S t a r i t z k y

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Joy G a i l Green

James G r i f f i t h Sandra J e n k i n s

P at Gar ci a

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Foster S t r in g f ie ld

Bobby Howes

Judy Roach

Gary S c h m it t Ken Hanks

Jim Hodges

Bobby Fox

Kenn Chase


T a y lo r Langham

P reston R it t e r

Linda W in c h e ll

Linda G o ld s t e in P a ts y F u lso n

G a il Evzins

J e n n ife r R eg lien

D o lo r e s Bond

Frances Brown Leo C h e liu s

D avid Bowers

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Paul Swazo

Tom Van L y s s e l Nancy Spence

Diane F r i e s

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K r i s t i n Embry

Leonard S t o v a l l

Mary R i t t e r

Donna Wearin G erald B lack

Mike Brown

J a n ic e C o ly e r

Dud G r i f f i t h


Mary Day

Joe S is n e r o s

Judy J o h n sto n e

D ennis S c h o f i e l d John P u llia m B onnie May Lawana Clingman

t John Paul R o b e r ts

Dan T a l l e y

P at Jobes

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S te v e n E i s s e l e

Jimmy C a ld w e ll

Judy Dion

B onnie Ryan

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Jane F u lso n

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Joan Hunter

C e c i l i a Brown


Paul Ruiz

Donna Brown

B e v e r ly G i l c r e a s e

Paul B e r g s t r e s s e r

Joe Ruiz

T e r r y Bowlin

B i l l Norwood

Johnny Montoya Johnny Howell

David P e t e r s o n

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dig th is crazy combo! who’ s walking behind you?

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l u kewi sh and p e t e r hansen

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m o s t a t t r a c t i v e g i r 1 - ~ l o r r a i n e J o h ns o n

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hve at first sight

cu test couple--pat badges and c l y d e guerin

they will go f a r ,

g ir l most lik e ly to succeed--janie burrow


One of the sch ool’ s great honors i s to be chosen most outstanding boy or g ir l.

This

honor i s bestowed upon the boy and g ir l who have c o n tr ib u t­ ed most to th e ir c la s s and to th eir school.

Ih e ir names are

engraved on th e plaque which hangs in Mr. Roush’ s o f f i c e .

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once , . . ROW 3: B a r b a r a S m i t h , R o nn y T u r n e r , P e g g y Camer on, J o y c e J o s l i n , Sue A b b o tt, / J O H ' 4: Sue K n o tts , L o r e t t a Birdsong, P a t H o d g e s , M a r i l y n Che 1 i u s , B e v e r l y H a r r is o n , M arianne Converse.

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the show must go on

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r o s s ramsey,

barbara d e r r ,

robin a t k i n s ,

t e r r y langham, c o r k y t h o r n ,

r o s e m a r y woodwar d,

tommy mar k,

and John woodward.


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b o s s man and bos s l a d y - - m r . and m r s . r o s s b. ram sey.

w h e r e â&#x20AC;&#x2122; s the h a l o , g a b r i e l ? - - m i l t g r i s s o m , weldon newman, s c o t t r ams ey , tom k e l l y , and m i k e h a l e y .

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t h e y w e r e n â&#x20AC;&#x2122; t d o i n g t he m am bo - -p a t h e d g e s , w a r y a l i c e b a d s g a r d , d ea n na mor gan , p a t e a t o n , s a l l y wc car t n e y , B a r b a r a s c h w i t t , m a r l y n c r o g s t a d , an d ann d o w n s .

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organizations


nidnight, and still no decision , , . Vice-president Deanna Morgan

Each member i s e le c te d from a club or organization as that group’ s rep resen tative to the Student Council. . . The Student Council i s designed to encourage, co-ordinate, and regulate a ll extra-cu rricu lar a c tiv itie s ; to develop student r e s p o n s ib ility , i n i t i a t i v e , s e lf - c o n ­ tro l, and leadership; to provide e ffe c tiv e training in c i t i ­ zenship through p u p il p a r tic ip a tio n in the government of the school; and to promote the welfare o f the school through the proper s tu d e n t-fa c u lty r e la tio n s h ip s. . . This year i t sponsored the Christmas Formal, New Year’ s Eve Dance, The Topper Bar, and the March o f Dimes fu nd-raising campaign.

Student council, , ,

ROY! 1: R o s s R a m s e y , Deanna Morgan, J o y c e J o s l i n , J a n i e Bur row, F e n n e l l Evans, M r . R o us h . ROY/ 2: H a r r i e t W e s t , A r l e n e Bowen, C e l i a H e l t m a n , S u e R o b i n s o n , Mary L o u Anna, Dawson May. ROY 3: Mari anne C o n v e r s e , Dawn ' S t e v e n s , E l l e n W i l d e r , B a rb ar a N e w e l l , L en a Mae S t a l l i n g , Margery I c k e . ROW 4: Marce 11 a ' S e a r s , L u c y P . G a r c i a , D o l o r e s K e d d y , P a t Hod ge s, J e n n y R e g l i e n , Leah K a r l e n , Gail Evans. ROW 5: J i m M i l l e r , B u t c h H u m p h r e y s , H a r v e y McDonald, B a r b a r a D e r r , Ann DuFrane. ROW 6: Duane H a l l , N an cy C h a se , S c o t t Ramsey, Bob N o t h , Bobby Cr aw f o r d .

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How much t a l e n t can y o u p a c k i n t o o n e room?

Any student may jo in the s t a f f . . . The purpose o f th is organization is to provide a memory book for the seniors and underclassmen. . . ‘A complete, comprehensive, s e n sitiv e , a r t is t ic record o f Los Alamos High School for 1955.’ Who says the s t a f f i s prejudiced?

fyo/ior society yes, we know who studies, , ,

Any student in high school who has a scholas­ t i c average o f 85, or above, and who has the required number o f extra-curricular a ctiv ities, may become a member. . . The purpose of this club is to recognize and honor outstanding stu­ dents. . . Sponsor, Mrs. Shirley Fries; Presi­ dent, Pat Brackeen; V ice-p resid en t, Marianne Converse; S e c r e ta r y -tr e a su r e r , Pat Hodges.

ROW 3: R o b e r t Ron zi o, R o b e r t Fr aga, Leonce Ev­ a n s , E.M. A v a r a , J im Mil1 er , F e n n e l l E v an s , Betty C r a w f o r d . ROW 2: Marg­ e r y I c k e , J a n i e Burrov/, D o l o r e s K e d d y , Cl yde in|i G u e r i n , Dawn S t e v e n s , ROW 1: Mr s . F r i e s , Mari­ a n ne C o n v e r s e , Pat Brac­ k e e n , P a t Hodges.


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F e n n e l l Ev an s , J o h n Wood­ R o b in A t k i n s , and R o ss Ramsey,

The F oren sic meet i s a s t a t e ­ wide speech co n test in such things as de­ bate, d iscu ssion , extemporaneous speaking, radio announcing, and radio commentary.

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ROW 2: R i c h a r d Q u i l l i n , Bob N o t h , Mi ke H a l e y , Frank C a u l f i e l d , Dick c Do nal d, Mr. T r i p p . ROW 1: B i l l P e n l a n d , Dawson May, D i c k B r a c k e e n .


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S p o n s o r , M i s s N e l s o n ; S t u d e n t Council R e p r e s e n t a t i v e , D o l o r e s K edd y; Secre­ t a r y , Anna Mae N a r a n j o ; V i c e - p r e s i d e n t , J a n C r i s s ; P r e s i d e n t , Mary O l i v a s ; T r e a s u r e r , R o s e m a r i e Garcia,

5 , 8 6 7 pounds o f e n c o u r a g e m e n t ,

Any g ir l who has ‘C’ average or bet­ te r i s e lig ib le for membership. . . The pu rp ose i s

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school s p ir it . . .

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Four c lu b s u n ite d l a s t f a l l to form the O lions. . . These clubs were the T halians, Art Club, Photo Club, and Radio Club. . . The forma­ tio n of the Olions is an attempt to make broader s t i l l the extra­ c u r ric u la r a c t i v i t i e s in which the students might p a r tic ip a te.

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The sp o n so r s, Mrs.

Hoyt, Mr. B aird, Mr. Cernicek, and Mr. Bamsey, o f f e r q u a l i f i ­ ed help in th eir various fie ld s .

Even Rembrandt h a d to go t o h i g h s c h o o l .

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Don' t j u s t s t a n d t h e r e ; p r o d u c e something! ( P r o d u c t ion crew o f Mrs. McThing)

T heir fu ture plans include the purchase o f a T.V. camera, and a show in sp r in g --a s yet unannounced. . .

I t i s the hope of

the Olions that L.A.H.S. w ill soon be transformed in to a T.V. stud io.

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plan includes the purchase o f a T.V. camera and the production o f their own high school T.V. shows. . . Then, too, through broad student p a r tic ip a tio n , the Olions hope to elim in a te some of the cliques and in ter-sch ool fr ic tio n . 'Walk - o n s ' t h i s y e a r . . . n e x t y e a r w e’ r e i t a r s f (Minor c h a r a c t e r s o f M r s . McThing)

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B u l l e t i n s , m u sic, and news are p a r t o f th e d a i l y fa r e o f rad io s t a t io n KVLA. . . Those u n d u la tin g s o f t lig h t s and dancea b le rhythms o f the top record in g a r t i s t s are freq u en tly provided by the O lions radio d iv is io n . . . The photo d iv isio n co-operates with both the annual s t a f f and the administra­ tio n by taking and developing on-thesp o t sch ool a c t i v i t i e s ’ snapshots. l i t t l e

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The only q u a lific a ­ tio n is an in te r e s t in the teaching profession. . . They wish to promote in terest in the teaching p rofession . Members may learn about the teaching p rofession in d is c u s s io n s , lib r a r y research, su b stitu tin g for teachers, and v is itin g various classrooms. . . Sponsor, Mrs. M cC leskey; P r e s i ­ dent, Sue Knotts; V ice-president, Ann Heltman; T reasurer, Anna A llender; L ibrarian, Linda W illiam s; Student Council Representative, Olive Barnes.

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M r s . M c C l e s k e y , Ann H e l t m a n , C a r o l A a b u r g , P ^ ^ g y Cameron, Sue K n o t t s , R o s s Ramsey, J o y c e J o h n s t o n , C h r i s t i n e F a r l e y , Mar g a r e t B l a u t . C a l l i n g Dr. K i l d a r e !

future nurses o f am erica An in t e r e s t in nursing i s the only q u a lif ic a t io n to b elon g to t h i s c lu b . . . The club hopes to help stu d en ts in pre­ paring for nursing as a career. . . Each year e v er y member may v i s i t the R egina S ch o o l o f N u rsin g and S t. V incent's H osp ital in Santa Fe. ROW 2: Peckumn, Summers, S t . C l a i r . ROW 1: R oas h, S a l a z a r , S t a l l i n g , Garcia, Alden, Guerin, G arcia.


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Any o f the s tu d e n ts who are ii E l p r e s i d e n t e , Juan B r a d b u r y , s t r i k e s a commanding p o s e - i n a borrowed po n ch o.

e n r o lle d in Sp anish (o r any who expect to take Spanish) may become members. . . Club i s sponsored by Miss Trudy Armijo and presid ed over by John Bradbury. . . A c tiv itie s include thePre-Lenten Dance, the Pinata Party at Christmas, and fund-raising for a student-exchange program with Mexico.

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T h is c lu b c o n ­ s i s t s o f th o s e i n t e r e s t ­ ed in sc ie n c e . . . The pur­ p o se i s to c r e a t e an i n ­ te r e st in science. Hiey also plan many s e r v ic e s for the community. . . Sponsor, Mr. George McBane; President, Kim McCracken; V ic e -p r e s id e n t, B i l l Norwood; S e c r e t a r y tr e a s u r e r , Troy N e w v ille .

ROV! 2: G a i l E v a n s , T r o y N e w v i l l e , L e i g h H a r t S m i t h , S u s a n i'Und, Mr . M c B a n e , J i m T r o u t , D i c k P f a f f , M a r g e r y I c k e . ROWl; E d d i e Cl a r k . .David Be n s o n , Kim Mc Cr ac k en, Mi ke S t a r i t z k y .

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S e c r e t a r y , Betty Crawford; T r e a s u r e r , Mar­ c e lla Sears; P r e s i d e n t , Dolores Keddy; and V i c e - p r e s i d e n t , Loretta Birdsong.

Any g ir l who is interested in sports may join. . . The c lu b p r o v id e s

o p p o r tu n itie s

fo r more sports

a c t iv it ie s for g ir ls in ter e sted in p articip atin g. . . Each year the G. A. A. sponsors an a ll-sc h o o l dance, co-ed vo lley b a ll, sportsday, and several tournaments.

S w i n m i n g , Anna Allender; S p o n s o r , Miss Right; Bad­ m i n t o n a n d T a b l e T en n i s ,

Mary O livas.

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S o f t b a l l , Bobbie Crawford; B a s k e t b a l 1 , Nancy C u rtis; V o l l e y b a l l , A rline Bowen.

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Any student w ith the in t e r e s t in-and the a b ilit y to play-dance music for r e c r e a tio n , dances, and a ssem b lies, may j o in t h is group. . .

The club pro­

vides an o u tlet for those musicians in terested in contempoary dance music. . . . To quote the sponsor, Mr. Dunning: ‘Just a s ta r t t h is year.

Next year, watch out, Kenton! ’

J a c k E v an s , M i l t o n G r i ss o m, Weldon Nevxnan, S c o t t Ramsey, Tom K e l l e y , Mr. Du n ni n g, Mi ke H a l e y , J o e K e l l e y , and Gail P e t e r s .

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Majorettes:

B a r b a r a S m i t h , J a n i e Burrow, B e v e r l y S e ay , M arianne C o n v e r s e , J o y c e J o s l i n , and Sandy L u t h e r .

Each year s ix g ir ls are chosen in a com petitive examination for th eir a b ilit y to tw ir l. . . Hiey provide entertainment for the community at many performances. . . They appeared with the band at a ll o f the home fo o tb a ll games, and tw irled at many o f the home basketball games.

Orchestra:

ROW 1: E.M. A v a r a , S a l l y H o f f , R o n a l d M c N e i l , N a n c y S c h u l t e , J u d y R c a iz i o, L e o n c e E v a n s , R o b e r t N o t h . ROV! 2: B r i a n C h e l i u s , G e o rg e C o f f i n b e r r y , L l o y d D i s o n , G a i l E v a n s , P a u l McEwen, R o b e r t F r a ga , M i l t o n G r i s s o m , E a r l P ome roy, J a c k E v a n s , R o b e r t F l o c k , Ann H e l t m a n , Tom K e l l e y , R o s s R a m s e y , L o u v a L i n d e r m a n , P r i s c i l l a S a l a z a r , E d y t h e T u c h f a r b e r . ROW 3: M i k e H a l e y , P h i l Bur nwor t h , G a i l P e t e r s , F r a nk P i n k e r t o n , P e g g y C o n n e r . N o t Shown: B e t s y A l l e n , J u d y F o w l k e s , J o a n Mar k, P e g g y T a l l e y , R os e m a r y Woodward.

Any student who can play an in stru 足 ment and pass a p ro ficien cy exami足 nation may p a r tic ip a te in orch es足 tra . . . The o r c h e str a p resen ts several formal ccxicerts, quartets, and other ensem ble perform ances each year. . . This year sev era l o f the orchestra stud en ts p a r t ic i足 pated in the A ll S ta te O rch estra and the Durango Fine Arts F e stiv a l.


Chorus, . .

th a t heaven!]/ choir, those d u lcet tones

Any person who has both th e a b i l i t y and the d e s ir e to sin g may jo in th e chorus. D irected by Mr. R o llie Heltman, and accompanied by Mrs. H arriet Heltman, the chorus g iv e s three major con certs each year.


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Anyone who can play an in s tr u ­ ment and pass a p r o fic ie n c y exam ination may j o in the band. D irected by Mr. R o llie H eltman and Mr. McGuinn, the band, in addition to the two concerts, plays at the fo o tb a ll games, basketball games, and various parades each year.


A l l S t a t e C h or u s : ROW 2: E l a i n e McClendon. Edy t h e T u c h f a r b e r , J o y c e J o s l i n , M i k e H a l e y , Ros s Ramsey, Robin A t k i n s , and J i m M i l l e r . ROW 1: M a r g e r y I c k e , G a i l P e t e r s , P a t H o d g e s , L ucy P. G a r c i a , L i n d a C h a p p e l l , Dawson May, Ken S h o o k , and H a r v e y Mc Donal d.

Several students from band, chorus,

the cream o f the m usical crop

and orchestra were selected on a com­ p e titiv e basis by a sta te committee to

all state. . ,

represent the school at the All State C lin ic . . . This year. All State was at Albuquerque the twenty-seventh, twentyeig h th , and tw enty-ninth of January. Los Alamos is very proud of these few ^ stu d en ts who attend th ese meetings.

A l l S t a t e Band: Jac k Evans. P a t Ea t o n , and C e l i a Heltman

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the facts, ma'm » .. BASKETBALL SCORES D«S 44 . U\HS 54 . LAHS 96 . LAHS 66 . LAHS 54 . LAHS 52 . LAHS 51 . LAHS 71 . LAHS 66 . LAHS 68 . LAHS 53 . LAHS 58 . LAHS 73 . LAHS 66 . L\HS 51 . LAHS 65 . LAHS 58 . LAHS 54 . LAHS 62 . L\HS 67 .

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1 I eu > Honorable Mention A llta te , North A ll-sta r ,

Corky Thorn, 2nd team A ll-S tate, Most valuable player

Leon Criss, Honorable Mention A ll­ sta te , North A ll-star, Co-captain

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Clyde Montoya, Honorable Mention A ll-sta te , Outstanding lineman

Skip Taylor, Honorable Mention A ll-sta te , Outstanding lineman

Jim M iller, Honorable Mention A ll-state


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Jim Schneider, Honorable Mention A ll-s ta te

'Vlike Kelly, Honorable Mention A ll-sta te


the varsity , . ,

ROW 1; L a r r y F u l t o n , Bob Draggon, R ol a nd A t e n c i o , Har lan A v e r i t t , R o s s Ryan, Cor ky T h o m , Gene Lujan, J e r r y T a y l o r , Eddi e F l o r e s , J o h n Tubb, Andy M a r t i n e z . ROW 2: Walt Si g l o c k , Dimas C h a v e z , Norman S e i t z , Gary Tubb, F r e d B u n k e r , Leon C r i s s , C l y d e G u e r i n , Ron T u r n e r , Mi ke K e l l y , Tony L u j a n , Coach M u l l i n , Coach H u ds cn , Coach A r a g o n . ROW 3; B r i a n C h e l i u s , D a v i d M c G i l l i v a r y , J i m M i l l e r , S k i p T a y l o r , Clyde M o n t o y a , J i m S c h n e i d e r , Lyndon Lemon, Doug A n d e r s o n , Manuel Romero, Chuck F r e d r i c k .

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ROW 1: Coach B i l l Huds on, P e t e H a ns en , Ray R u i z , R o l a n d A t e n c i o , F r e d R e e d, Turk Gri f f i t h , Tom Canada, M e l v i n H o o s i e r , We nde ll D i g g e r s , Don Y e a g e r , D i c k McDonald, Lyndon Lemons, Randy K i mb el 1, Coach Ar agon. ROW 2: W i l l M a r t i n e z , J e r r y Taylor, Ro dney B o gg s , M i l t o n Cox, Don C h e l i u s , B i l l T u c h f a r b e r , Tex B a r k e r , J a c k Hawki ns, D e r y l l A v e r i t t , Andy M a e s t a s , Don A n d e r s o n , E d d i e F l o r e s .


I n p r a c t i c e t h e r e w e re b l o c k e r s o u t i n f r o n t !

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When Coach Dan ‘Moon’ Mullin arrived in Los Alamos, he inh erited , a team with good depth, weight, and experience from Coach Bob Cox. After weeks o f p ractice, the team appeared to be ready for the op>ening game, Santa Fe. The Santa Fe Demons, however, showed the Toppers that they need­ ed more p ractice, p a rticu la rly practice as a team, by edging them 20-13. A fter a week’ s p r a c tic e , the team proved that they had found th is coordination by romping over Raton, a team which la ter won D is t r ic t 2-A championship. Both smoothness and coordination were maintained throughout the remainder of the season. I t was a polished, quick group that then defeated Gallup, Socorro andBelen. Gallup and Socorro were r e la tiv e ­ ly easy for the Toppers, but Belen gave them a rough game on Helen’ s home f ie ld . I t was wet and slip p ery and the Toppers managed only a 12-7 edge over the Eagles. The week follow ing the Belen game the Toppers were shown what i t was lik e to be outplayed. S t. Mikes, playing fa st, hard-hitting b a ll, eased past the Toppers 27-13. The S t. Mike’ s game was the only blemish on the Topper’ s d i s t r i c t record. At Homecoming the

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Toppers showed the school how to rack up points by defeatin g the Taos Tigers 33-0. The Toppers, preparing for th eir la st game with Espanola, were surprised and pleased when they were able to take C lo v is’ s place in Roswell a fter C lovis had been forced to cancel i t s remaining games. Roswell, the defend­ |l ’ ing sta te AA champions, were surprised when a h ard -fig h tin g bunch of Los Alamos H illtoppers gave them one o f the toughest battles of th eir season. I t was only in the la s t moments of the game that Roswell t a ll ie d to win 25-21. The h ig h -fly in g Toppers showed a let-down in th eir fin a l game, but came out victors in the e x citin g struggle with Espanola. With a season record of s ix wins and three lo sse s, the H illtoppers turned in their equipment and said ‘Goodbye’ to another fo o tb a ll year. I t ain ’t ballet,

but i t ’s e f f e c t i v e .


DOUG ANDERSON

TONY LUJAN, C o -c a p ta in

CHUCK FREDRICK

aYDE MONTOYA, C o -c a p ta in


WALT SIGLOCK

DAVID MC GILLIVARY J

BOB COX Head Coach

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ROW 1: Ben L u j a n , Andy Mart i n e z , Tony L u j an , Don Ander son , J o h n M c Ki n le y . RDW 2: Coach B u e h r e r , Doug A n d e r s o n , C a r l H u t c h i n s , D a v i d McGi 1 l i v a r y , Wa I t S i g l o c k , Chuck F r e d r i c k , C a r l Ogr en, C l y d e Mo n to ya , Coach C ox.

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ROW 1: Diego A l a r i d , L e p p y M o n t o y a , Don Che H u s , D e n n i s M o n t o y a , Dud G r i f f i t h . ROW 2: P e te r E i s s e l l e , L e r o y Garcia, L yndon Lemon, M i l t o n G r is s o m , R o la n d A t e n c i o , C oach B u e h r e r .

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The Topper basketball squad, flying high after an e x c e lle n t season record, went into the d is t r ic t tournament as the favorite to cop the championship. Everything went smoothly u n til the Toppers ran up a g a in st an e x tr a -h o t Clayton team. Clayton, whom the Toppers had beaten e a r lie r in the season by 25 p o in ts , h it the baskets with ease and rang up a narrow upset over the Los Alamos squad. After a week o f in ten siv e d r i l l , the H illtoppers went to the sta te tournament in Albuquerque. The Toppers squeezed through th eir f i r s t two games by close overtime scores. Los Alamos then found i t ­ self in the fin a ls for the sta te championship. Tlie foe? Formidable Carlsbad. Carlsbad proved to be too much for the tir e d Toppers and defeated them 74-64. This was the f i r s t time in the history of our school that a team from Los Alamos had played for a sta te t i t l e . The whole Los Alamos community was proud and happy--a combination of feelin g s worth repeating when we get another winning combination. The only blemishes on the Topper’ s season record were the losses to Floswell (by two poin ts) and to Santa Rosa (the state B-champs). The Toppers were spearhead­ ed throughout the season by the e x c e lle n t playing of their C o-captains, Tony Lujan and Clyde Montoya. Lujan was a uneuiimous s e le c t io n for the A ll-S ta te squad. Fredrick made the f i r s t ten euid Montoya was liste d in the honorable mention se c tio n . Although the lineup s h if t e d throughout the seaso n . Coach Bob Cox knew th at he could c a l l on anyone on the bench-at any time-and be guaranteed a good, hustling performance. Topper fans were pleased to witness the superb playing of Walt Siglock , Doug Anderson, Andy Martinez, and Carl Hutchins throughout the season. Taking a l l the f a c t s o f the season in to account, i t seems th at Coach Bob Cox had done i t again .

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L e o n C r i s s , P e t e r E l s s e l e , L l o y d W h e a t , R o s s R y a n . Don A n d e r s o n . Coach I n g a l l , Tony L u j a n , W al t S i g l o c k , M i ke K e l l y , Chuck F r e d r i c k , Doug A n d e r s o n , Gary T ub b, F r e d D u n k e r .

Baseball, in the la s t few years, has been one o f the s tr o n g e st sp o rts in Los Alamos High School.

The team was

a strong contender for state honors la st year and th is year is again rated as ‘one o f the b est’ - i f not the best team in the s ta te .

Coach Jay Ingall (at the time the

book goes to p ress) refu ses to commit him self, yet the fe e lin g among the boys i s stron g and C o-cap tain s Mike K elly and Fred Dunker seem to think that the team i s the best y e t.

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letterm en for every key spot, i t looks as i f the smart fie ld in g and heavy h i t ­ tin g o f the Toppers w ill put them right up there fig h tin g for the championship.

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Tennis i s fa st developing in to oie of the outstanding sports of Los Alamos High School. This i s the second year that tennis has been offered to students in the high school, and i t i s hoped that le tte r awards w ill be given t h is year. I t i s the i ea o e Athletic Council th at ten n is i s a sport which tran sfers su ccess­ fully to adult l i f e as e a s ily as other sports. As the book goes to press, the membership o f the team has not been estab lish ed , nor have the m^ets been d e f in it e ly scheduled. But i t i s the expectation of Coach Dunning th at at le a s t s ix matches w ill be played th is season. In the f a l l sessio n o f ten n is, sub-freshman Pete W allis, in a c lo se match, o u tla ste d ju n ior Bob Flock, to cop ^aschool tournament. These two are expected to make a formidable doubles 1— when th ev io in togeth er for the spring sch ed ule.

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Ken S h o o k , L e s l i e M c K i n l e y , L e o n C r i s s , C l y d e G u e r i n . ROW 2: Coach Tom Be r gs t r e s s e r , J o e R o b i n s o n , J i m M i l l e r , Gary T u b b , M i k e H a l e y .

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Track has never been the most popular v arsity sport, yet the boys who p a r tic ip a te in i t are ardent fans. Track i s one o f the few sp o r ts which str e sse s in d iv id u a l importance. Each person i s dependent on h im se lf-y et the honors go to a team. This year, since the breaking o f the four-m inute m ile, track fever has reached a new pitch, and i t is lik e ly that many s ta te , d is t r ic t , and conference records w ill f a l l . After la s t y e a r ’ s e x c e lle n t season (during which many school and conference records were s e t ) , t h is y e a r ’ s team w ill have to h u s tle in order to l i v e up to i t s p red ecessors. Although at t h is w r it­ ing i t looks as i f the team i s lacking good distance men, i t should turn out to be a w ell-balanced group. The team is strong in the f i e l d even ts and sp r in ts and should p ro d u ce some good r e la y teams and hurdle men. Under new coach John Kautz, the Topper trackmen should develop even fu rth er from l a s t y e a r ’ s excellently-coached squad o f Gjach Cox.

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te n ta tiv e . Coaches Dunning andBuehrer p lan an e x t e n s iv e in tram u ral pro­ gram th is year and hope to top i t o ff w ith a Region in v ita tio n a l tournament sometime in May. There i s a reason for encouraging p a rticip a tio n in th is sport; i t is a sport which w ill afford recrea tio n throughout ones lif e tim e .


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LORETTA BIRDSONG

G.A.A. 1 , 2 , 4 ; Pe p C l u b 1 , 2 , 3 , ( D r i l l Team 3 , 4 ) S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 3; J u n i o r P l a y ; Gi rl s S t a t e ; Prom Cor rmi tt ee; Chorus 3 , 4 ; Y e a r b o o k 4; Y o ut h For C h r i s t .

G . A . A . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( S p o r t s h e a d 3; V i c e - P r e s i d e n t 4 ) ; Pep C lub 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; S c i e n c e C l u b 1; S t u n t G i r l 2; B-Squad Major­ e t t e 3; C h o r us 2 , 3 .

BETSY ALLEN Radio C l ub 2; ( S t u d e n t C o u n c i l R epresentative 2); F .N .A . 1 ,4 (V ic e -P re sid e n t 4 ); Honor S o c i e t y 2; S c i e n c e C l u b 2; Drama C l u b 2 , 3 , 4 , ( T r e a s u r e r 3,4); J u n io r P la y ( S t u d e n t D i r e c t o r ) ; S w i mm in g Team 3; Senior V a r i e t i e s 2 , 3 , 4 .

JO ANN BOND P ep C lub 1 ,2 ,3 ; F .N .A . Ju n io r C lass P lay.

2;

VIOLA BORREGO B usiness

C lub

4.

G.A.A. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( Spor t s h e a d 4 ) ; Future T e ac h e r s o f A m e r i c a 4 , ( S e c r e t a r y 4 ) ; P e p C l u b 1; Juni or Honor S o c i e t y 1; S p a n ­ i s h Club 2; Swi mmi ng C l u b 4; H i l l b i l l i e s 3 , 4 ; F u t u r e Home­ makers o f A m e r i c a 1 , 2 ; Chor us 1; J u n i o r P l a y .

ROBIN ATKINS Drana Cl ub 2 , 3 ( M o s t O u t s t a n d ­ i ng C o n t r i b u t i o n t o Drama 2, 3); A ll S t a t e C h o ru s 3 ,4 ; Senior V a r i e t i e s 2 , 3 , 4 ; J u n i o r Pl ay; ‘Swee t h e a r t s ‘ 3.

DOUGLAS AUCKLAND Chorus

1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ;

Track

3.

E. M. AVARA Honor S o c i e t y 2 , 3 , 4 ; O r c h e s t r a 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; 'Summer C l a s s P r e s i ­ dent 3 ; ' S & t i o r C l a s s P r e s i d e n t 4; Boy’ s S t a t e 3; S e n i o r Va­ r i e t i e s 3; S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 4 .

JOSEPH BACA MARY ALICE BADSGARD G.A.A. 2 , 3 , 4 ; Pep C l u b 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( D r i l l Team 3 , 4 ) ; B u s i n e s s Club 4; Yearbook 2 , 3 , 4 ( S o p h o ­ more C l a ss Edi t o r 2; F a c u l t y Editor 3 ) ; N ew s p a p e r 3 , 4 ; Band 1 >2,3,4; J u n i o r V a r s i t y C h e e r ­ leader 2; V a r s i t y C h e e r l e a d e r 2, 4; S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 2 , 3 , 4 ; S w e e t h e a r t s ’ 3; Prom Commit­ tee 3; J u n i o r P l a y .

OLIVE BARNES G.A.A. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; F u t u r e T e a c h ­ ers o f A m e r i c a 3 , 4 ( S t u d e n t Counci 1 R e p r es en ta t i ve 4 ) News PBper 2; S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 4; BSquad M a j o r e t t e 3 ; H i l l b i l l i e s 2 ( S e c r e t a r y 3 ) ; Chorus 1.

MARILYN CHELIUS Pep Club 3 ,4 ; Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 3; ' S w e e t ­ h e a r t s ’ 3.

BOB BOYER Chorus 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; S e n io r Varie­ t i e s 3; J u n i o r P l a y .

PAT BRACKEEN ANNA ALLENDER

DIMAS CHAVEZ B oy’s Intramural Sports 1 ,2 , ^ > 4 ; K ey C l u b 4 ; L e t t e r m e n ’ s C l u b 3 , 4 ; S w i m m i n g C l u b 1; F o o t b a l l 2 , 3 ,4 ; B a seb a ll 2,4; B a s k e t b a l l 4; Track 4; J u n i o r P la y ; C h e f’s Club 1 ,2 ; G o lf C l u b 3.

G . A . A . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; F . T . A . 1; Pep C l u b 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( D r i l l Team 3 , 4 ) ; C l u b Caramba2; B u s i n e s s C l u b 4 ; Honor S o c i e t y 2 , 3 , 4 ( P r e s i ­ d e n t 4 ); Yearbook 4; S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 3; S o n g l e a d e r 2; Prom Committee; S e n io r V a r i e t i e s 3,4; G ir l’s S ta te A ltern a te 3 ; ‘S w e e t h e a r t s ’ 3; C h o r u s 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; J u n i o r P lay; A r t Club 2 , 3 , 4 ( S t u d e n t Council R e p r e ­ s e n t a t i v e 3 ) ; M cCall Teen C o u n c i l 4; Y . F . C . , O l i o n s 4.

JOHN BRADBURY C l u b Caramba 2 , 3 , 4 ( P r e s i d e n t 4 ; Pr o gr a m C hai rman 2 ) ; Ten­ n i s 4; T r ac k 1 , 2 , 3 .

SHELLEY BROWN La tin

C l u b 3.

PHIL BURNWORTH Band 1 ,2, 3,4 ; A rt C lub 3; F i r e S q u a d 3; O r c h e s t r a 2; Swi mmi ng Team 2 , 3 .

JANIE BURROW G .A .A . 1 ,3 ; Pep C lu b 1 , 2 , 3 ; C l a s s S e c r e t a r y 1; C h o r us 4; M a j o r e t t e 2 , 3 , 4 ; C la ss Favor­ i t e 1, G i r l ’ s S t a t e 3; S t u ­ d e n t C o u n c il T r e a s u r e r 4; H o m e c o m i n g Queen A t t e n d e n t .

GEORGE COFFINBERRY O r c h e s t r a 1, 2 , 3 , 4 ; Band 1 , 2 , 3 , 4; A ll S t a t e O rchestra 2 ,3 ,4 .

JUANITA COLYER Pe p C l u b 1 , 2 , 4 ; B u s i n e s s C l u b 4 ; D r i l l Team 4 ; F . N . A . 2; Chorus 2 ,3 ,4 ; J u n io r P la y.

JOE CONNER Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; S e n io r V a r i e ­ tie s 3,4; Ju n io r Play.

MARIANNE CONVERSE

G.A.A. 2 , 3 , 4 ( S t u d e n t Council R e p r e s e n t a t i v e 3) P e p C l u b 1, 2 ; C l u b Caramba 2 ( S e c r e t a r y 2 ) ; Honor S o c i e t y 3 , 4 ( V i c e P r e s i d e n t and S t u d e n t C o u n c i l Represen t a t i v e 4 ) ; Yearbook 3 , 4 (Co-Underclass E d i t o r 3); S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 1 , 3 , 4 ; B -S q ua d M a j o r e t t e 3; M a j o r e t t e 4; S en ­ i o r V a r i e t i e s 3 , 4 ; Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; Prom C o m m i t t e e 3; ' S w e e t ­ h e a r t s ’ 3; Y . F . C . B a n d 3 , 4 .

LEON CRISS L e t ter m en’ s Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; F o o t b a l l 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; (Co-Captain 4 ) ; B a s e b a l l 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Track 2 4; J u n i o r F a v o r i t e 3 .

NANCY CURTIS

DELITHA CARMICHAEL

G.A.A . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( V i c e - P r e s i d e n t 2; Spor t s h e a d 3 , 4 ) ; P e p C l u b 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , ( D r i l l Team 3 , 4 ) ; B u s i n e s s C lu b 4; Yearbook 4 , ( C o - C l a s s E d i t o r 4 ) Newspaper 2 , ( C l a s s E d i t o r ) C h o r u s 2, 3 ,4 ; S enior V a r ie tie s 3,4; ' S w e e t h e a r t s ’ P r i n c i p l e , 3; Prom C o mm i t t e e 3; J u n i o r C l a s s P l a y 3 ; L a t i n C l u b 1; Y o u t h F o r C h r i s t 4.

S e n i o r Vari e t i e s 4; Prom Cornmi t t e e ; G . A . A . 2 , 3 ; P e p C l u b 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; C l u b Caramba 3; B u s i ­ n e s s C l u b 4; Honor S o c i e t y 4; Chorus 1 ,2,3; J u n i o r P lay; Yearbook 4.

G . A . A . 1; P e p C l u b 2; Yearbook 4 ; Chorus 1 , 2 , 3 , 4; Gi r l ’ s S t a t e Al t e r n a t e 3; J u n i o r Class P l a y .

DAN CALLAGHAN F i r e Squad 2 , 3 , 4 ; Chess Club 3; R a d i o A m a t e u r 3; H i l l ­ b i l l i e s 3,4.

PEGGY CAMERON Ba n d 1 , 2 ; C h o r u s 4 .

PEGGY DE PRIEST


FRED DUNKER

LARRY FULTON

Ke y C l u b 2 , 3 ( V i c e - p r e s i d e n t 3); L e tte r m e n 's Club 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ( S e c r e t a r y - t r e a s u r e r 3; P r e s i ­ d e n t 4 ); Foo t b a l 1 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 (Co­ c a p t a i n 4; A l l C o n f e r e n c e 3 ) ; B a s e b a l l 1, 2 , 3 , 4 (Co- c a p t a i n 3 , 4 ) ; B a s k e t b a l 1 1 , 2 ; Band 1, 2; Sophomor e V i c e - p r e s i d e n t ; M ost V a lu a b le P la y e r 1,3; Bo y ’ s ' S t a t e 3 .

L e t t e r m e n 's Club 2 ,3 ,4 ; Foot­ b a ll 2 , 3 ,4 ; Track 2 , 3 , 4 .

PATRICIA DUNN Chorus

3.

DELLA GARCIA G .A .A . 1 , 2 , 4 ; Pep Club 1 ,2 ; C h o r u s 2; F . N . A . 2 , 4 .

LAWRENCE GARCIA LUCY GARCIA G. A. A. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Pe p C l u b 1 , 2 , 3,4; Business Club 3 ,4 (Vicep r e s . 4 ); Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; S t u ­ d e n t C o u n c i l 2 , 4 ; Y e a r b o o k 4.

TOM ELDER L e tterm en’ s Club 3 ,4 ; J u n io r Class Play; Senior V a rie tie s 3 , 4 ; B o y ' s S t a t e Al t e r n a t e 3; Ch or us 3 , 4 ; Swimmin g Team 1, 2 , 3 , 4 ; F o o t b a l l 3 , 4 ; Track 2, 3 , 4 ; ‘S w e e t h e a r t s ' 3; Pr om Commi 11 e e .

FENNELL EVANS R ad i o C l u b 1, 2 , 3 , 4 ( P r e s i d e n t 2 ) ; Drama C l u b 2 , 3 , 4 ; S c i e n c e C l u b 1 , 2 ( T r i p to S o c o r r o C o l ­ l e g e ) ; Key C l u b 3 , 4 ( P r e s i d e n t 4 ) ; Honor S o d e t y 3 , 4 ; Band 1, 2; N e w s p a p e r 3 ( E d i t o r 3 ) ; S t u d e n t Council 2 , 3 , 4 ( V i c e pr e s i den t 3; Publ i c Pel a t i on s Manager 4; A l l S t a t e S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 4 ) ; Chorus 1 , 2 , 3 ( A l l S ta te 1 ,2 ,3 ); Senior V arieties 2 ,3 ,4 ; Boy's S t a t e A lte r n a te 3 ; S c h o o l Vl i nner A . A . U.N. ( Uni t e d N a t i o n s C o n t e s t 2 ) ; Se c on d P l a c e , American L e g i o n S p e a k i n g C o n t e s t 3; P r e s i ­ d e n t , S t a t e A s s o c i a t i o n U.N. Y o u th P ilg r im a g e Group 4 ( S t a t e Wi nner , U.N. Youth P i l ­ grimage 4 ); Most O u t s t a n d i n g C o n t r i b u t i o n to t he T h e a t e r 2,

JOHN PAUL EVANS O r c h e s t r a 2 , 3 , 4 ; Prom Commit­ t e e ; Swimming C l u b 3 , 4 ; J a z z B a n d 4 ( Ass i s t a n t D i r e c t o r ) ; T ra ck 4; Band 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; J u n i o r Band 3 , 4 .

VIOLET FOWLKES G . A . A . 4; Pep C l u b 2 , 3 ; Chorus 3 ; Band 2 , 3 ; F . N . A , 2.

CHUCK FREDRICK B o y ' s I n t r a m u r a l S p o r t s 1,2; Ke y C l u b 3; Le t t e r m e n ' s C l u b 3 , 4 ; C h o r u s 4; Swimming Cl ub 1; F o o t b a l l 4 ; B a s e b a l l 1 , 2 , 3,4; B a s k e tb a ll 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ; C h e f ' s C l u b 1; J u n i o r C l a s s P l a y ; Go 1 f 3 , 4 .

P e p C l u b 1 , 2 , 3 ; A r t C l u b ; So­ d a l i t y 2 , 1 ; E n s e m b l e 2; News­ p a p e r ; R e d C r o s s 1 , 2 ; Chorus 4; G .A .A . Repr esen t a t i v e .

JEAN' JOHNSTON P e p C l u b 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( D r i l l Team 3 ) ; Chor us 3 , 4 ; B u s i n e s s Club 4 ( S e c r e t a r y ) ; Yearbook 4 ( S a l e s M a n a g e r ) ; News pap er 2 ( G o s s i p E d i t o r ) ; Pho tography C lub 4; S t u d e n t C ouncil 4 (A s s e m b ly Chairman).

JOYCE JOSLIN MELITON GARCIA Espanola S tu d e n t C o uncil 3 .

CLYDE GUERIN Le tte r m e n 's Club 2 , 3 , 4 ; Foot­ b a l l 2 , 3 , 4 ; T ra ck 2 , 3 , 4 ; J u n ­ i o r C l a s s P l a y ; Chorus 4; Band 1 , 2 , 3, 4; J a z z Band 2 , 3 ; J u n i o r V arsity Basketball 1,2.

VIRGINIA GURULE F . N . A . 4; G . A .A . 2 , 4 ; ' S w e e t ­ h e a r t s ' 3; S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 3; Pep Club 2 , 3 , 4 ; S c ie n c e Club 4 ( S e c . - t r e a s . ) ; C l u b Caramba 2, 3 , 4 ; Son g l e a d e r 2; B u s i n e s s C l u b 4; J u n i o r C l a s s P l a y ; D r i l l Team 3 , 4 ; Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 .

DOROTHEA HANSEN Chorus

4.

HELEN HANSEN S w i m m i n g C l u b 4 ; C h o r u s 4.

BEVERLY HARRISON ' S w e e t h e a r t s ' 3 ; Y e a r b oo k 4; F . N . A . 1; Al t e r n a t e M a j o r e t t e 3 , ^ ; Chorus 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; S e n i o r Va r i e t i e s 3.

PATRICIA HODGES

J u n i o r C l a s s S e c r e t a r y ; G.A. ■A A. 1 , 3 , 4 ; C l u b Caramba 2 ( V i c e '.0 p r e s i d e n t ) ; Honor S o c i e t y 3,4 A l l S t a t e Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; J u n i o r C la s s Play; Yearbook 3 ,4 ; Stu­ den t Counci 1 1 , 4 ( S t u d e n t Coun­ c i l S e c r e t a r y 4 ) ; Band 2 , 3 , 4 ; M a j o r e t t e 2 , 3 , 4 ; G i r l ' s S t a t e y". 3 ; S e n i o r V a r i e t y 3 , 4 ; Prom P r i n c e s s 3; Prom Committee C h a i rm a n; HomecomingQueen A t ­ t e n d a n t ; Y . F . C . 4; Summer Class S e c r e t a r y 3; C h o r u s 2 , 3 , 4 ; ' S w e e t h e a r t s ' P r i n c i p l e 3, •M -

DOLORES KEDDY

G . A . A . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( S p o r t s h e a d 3; P r e s i d e n t 4 ) ; P e p C l ub 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( S tu d e n t Council Representa­ t i v e 3 , 4 ) ; B u s i n e s s C l u b 4; H o n o r S o c i e t y 3 , 4 ; G i r l ' s ■■a S t a t e 3; Y ea r bo o k 4 ; Newspaper "tall 3; S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 3 , 4 ; J un ­ io r Class Play.

B o y ' s I n t r a m u r a l S p o r t s 1,2; Key C lu b 2 , 3 , 4 ; L e t t e r m e n ' s C l u b 2 , 3 , 4 ( S e c . - t r e a s . 4); JiyC B a s k e t b a l l 1; B a s e b a l l 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ' CJas! ( C o - c a p t a i n 4 ) ; F o o t b a l l 1,2, 3 , 4 ; S t u d e n t C o u n cil 2,3.

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G . A . A . 2 , 3 , 4 ; Pe p C l u b 1 . 2 , 3 , 4; B u s i n e s s C l u b 4; Honor S o ­ c l e ty 3 ,4 (T r ea s u r er 4 ); Cheer­ l e a d e r 3 ,4 (Head C h eerlea d e r 4); S en io r Class T r e a s u r e r ; Homec omi n g Queen 4 ; J u n i o r V a r s i t y C h e e r l e a d e r 2; C l a s s F a v o r i t e 2,3; Most A t t r a c t i v e 3 ; S t u n t G i r l 2; Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 3; D r i l l Team 3; J u n i o r C l a s s P l a y ; ‘S w e e t ­ h e a r t s ' 3; C a r n i v a l Queen A l ­ t e r n a t e 2 , 3 ; Prom C o m m i t t e e .

D r a m a C l u b 4 ; A r t C l u b 4; O r c h e s t r a 4; A m a t e u r Radi o C l u b ; P h o t o g r a p h y C l u b 4; C h ess C lu b 3; Band 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Chorus 2 ,4 .

BOB JIRIKOWIC

JIM MILLER

BARBARA JOBES G.A.A.

2 , 3 ; Drama C l u b 3 , 4 ;

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MARY OLIVES G.A.A. 2 , 3 , 4 ; ( Spor t s h e a d 4 ) ; Pep Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ( P r e s i d e n t 4); ( V i c e - p r e s i d e n t 3 ) ; B u s i ness 3,4; A t h l e t i c C o u n c i l 4; Student C o u n c i l 4; Homecoming Queen A t t e n d a n t 4 .

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FRED PEIPELMAN

Orchestra 2 , 3 ; R a d i o C l u b 3; Jazz Band 1; B a n d 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; [EDDI I H i l l b i l l i e s 3 , 4 ; C h e s s C l u b porlsk 3; Basketbal 1 4; W r e s t l i n g 4 .

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PRISCILLA SALAZAR G.A.A. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Pep Club 1,2; d 1 u b C a r amba 4 ; O r c h e s t r a 3 , 4 ; Band 2 , 3 , 4 ; J a z z Band 3; F . N . A . 1 , 4 .

PETER SCHNEIDER MARCELLA SEARS G.A.A. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 (T r e a s u r e r 4); P e p C lu b 1 , 2 , 3, 4, ( T r e a s u r e r 3); B usin ess Club 3 ,4 ; Y ea r­ b o o k 4; S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 4; Honor S o c i e t y 4; Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; G i r l ’s S t a t e ; S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 2 , 4 ; Hom ecom ing Queen A tt e n d a n t 4.

RICHARD

STITELER

P r om P r i n c e 3; B o y ' s I n t r a ­ m u r a l S p o r t s 2 , 3 ; Swimming C l u b 3; F o o t b a l l 4; T r a c k 3 , 4 ; C h e f ’ s C l u b 2; L e t t e r m e n ’ s C l u b 4; S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 2 , 3 , 4; You th Cen t e r R e p r e s e n t a t i v e 3; J u n i o r C l a s s P l a y ; C h o r u s 1,4; G o lf 3 , 4 .

ROBERT STRAIN

BEVERLY SEAY

Pep C lu b 1 , 2 , 4 ; B u s i n e s s Club 4 ; D r i l l Team 4; F . N . A . 2; Chorus 4.

NORMAN SEITZ F o o t b a l l 4;

T ra ck 2.

DON SHADED A m a t e u r R a d i o C l u b 3; C h e f ’ s C l u b 1; F o o t b a l l 2 ; H i l l B i l l i e s 3,4.

MAE RANDALL

DAWN STEVENS G.A.A. 2 , 3 , 4 ; P e p C lu b 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; C l u b Caramba 2; B u s i n e s s C l u b 4 ; Honor S o c i e t y 3 , 4 ; C h o r u s 2 , 3 , 4 ; Topper T o p i x 3 , 4 ; J u n ­ i o r Class Play; Sen io r Varie­ t i e s 3 , 4 ; S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 4; N ew spaper 2 ,3 ; Y ea r b o o k 4.

G. A . A. 4; S e n i o r C l a s s S e c r e ­ t a r y ; Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; A l l S t a t e C h o r u s 2; Y e a r b o o k 3 , 4 ; Ba nd 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ; M ajorette 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ; S e n i o r Var i e t i e s 3 , 4 .

ROSS RAMSEY

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G.A.A. 1 , 2 , 3 ; Pep Club 1 ; Year­ b o ok 4; Band 1, 2 , 3 , 4 ; M a j o r ­ e t t e 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Chorus 2,3',4; S e n io r V a r i e t i e s 2 ,3 ; Youth C e n te r R e p r e s e n t a t i v e 2.

B o y’s Intram ural S p o rts; R a d i o C l u b 1; S c i e n c e C l u b 2 , 3 ; Key C l u b 3 , 4 ; O r c h e s t r a 2 , 3 ; B a n d 2 , 3 ; H o c k e y 1; Senior V a r ie tie s 1 ,2 ,3 .

Boys’ I n t r a m u r a l S p o r t s 3; F. Y.A. 3,4; Radio C l u b 2 , 4 ; Drama Club 2 , 3 , 4 ; B e s t A c t o r o f the Year; Key C l u b 2 ; O r c h e s ­ tra 3 , 4 ; C l a s s F a v o r i t e 2; Best Dancer 3; M o s t T a l e n t e d 3; Cl ass P r e s i d e n t 1 ; B o y ’ s State; ( A l t e r n a t e B o y ' s N a ­ tion); S t u d e n t C o u n c i l 2 , 3 , 4 , (P residen t 4 ) , (S c h o o l S p ir i t Chairman 2 , 3 ) ; B a n d 2 , 3>4, (Drum Major 2, 3 , 4 ) ; D r i l l Has ter Pe p C l u b 3 , 4 ; S t a t e forensic Meet D r a m a t i c R e a d i n g Champion; A l l S t a t e C h o r u s 2, 3<4; S e n i o r V a r i e t y 2 , 3 , 4 .

C.A.A. 3 , 4 ; P e p C l u b 2 , 3 , 4 ; business C l u b 4 ; ( T r e a s u r e r ) ; Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; J r . V a r s i t y Cheerleader 2, V a r s i t y C h e e r ­ ] leader 3 , 4 ; S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 3.4; C l a s s S e c r e t a r y 3; Prom |,|a Commi t t e e 3 .

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BARBARA SMITH

JOE ROBINSON J u n i o r C lass P la y 3; Chorus 3 , 4 .

PATRICIA SHIPLEY G .A .A . 3 , 4 ; Y e a r b o o k 4; Pep C lu b 3 ,4 ; B u s i n e s s C lu b 4; C h o r u s 2 , 3 ; D r i l l Team 3 , 4 .

KEN SHOOK C ho ru s 2 , 3 , 4 ; A l l S t a t e Chor us 3 , 4 ; F o o t b a l l 2; T r a c k 3 , 4 ; J u n i o r C l a s s P l a y ; ‘S w e e t ­ h e a r t s ’ 3; S e n i o r V a r i e t i e s 4 .

PAULA SHULL P e p C l u b 2 , 3 ; Y e a r b o o k 4; F . N . A . 4 ; C h o r u s 2, 3 , 4 , 1 ; J u n i o r C l a s s P l a y ; Pr om Com­ m i t t e e ; D r i l l Team 4 .

WALTER SIGLOCK K ey C l u b 3 , 4 ; ( V i c e - p r e s . 4 ) ; F o o t b a l l 4; B a s e b a l l 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; B a s k e t b a l l 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; T ra ck 4.

PATRICIA STULTS

JAMES THOMAS Radio

C lub 3 , 4 .

GARY TUBE L e t t e r m e n ’s C l u b 2 , 3 , 4 ; News ­ p a p e r 3; F o o t b a l l 2 , 3 , 4 ; B a s e ­ b a ll 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ; B asketball 1, 2 ,3; Track 3 , 4 .

EDYTHE TUCHFARBER G.A.A. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Pep C lu b 1 ,2 ; O r c h e s t r a 4 ; ‘S w e e t h e a r t s ’ 3; Ju n io r Class P lay; A ll S ta te Chorus 2 , 3 , 4 ; Chorus 1 , 2 , 3 ,4 ; Senior V a r ie tie s 3 ,4 .

RONNY TURNER L e t t e r m e n ’ s C l u b 2 , 3 , 4 ; Swimm­ ing. C lub 1 ,2 ; S t u d e n t Council 2; F o o t b a l l 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; B a s e b a l l 1 ,2; C h e f s Club 2 .

BARBARA WATSON Ju n io r Class P lay.

JOHN WOODWARD R a d io Club 2 , 3 , 4 , ( P r e s i d e n t 4 ) ; Honor S o c i e t y 3 , 4 ; J u n i o r Cl a s s P l a y .


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Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. C o l v i n

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Mr. and Mrs. L. Antos

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Mr. and Mrs. E r n e s t V. Anderson

Jerry C a s t i l l o

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Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Dunn

W. E. Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Dunker

P o r f ir io Arellano

Mr. and Mrs. J o s e p h Domblesky

M ildred Ash

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Mr. and Mrs. Winston Dabney

V. Brown

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Mr. and Mrs. Vern B u t l e r

Mr. and Mrs. Ro bert H. Dinegar

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burke

V. W. D oug las

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R. L. Dowdy

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Paul V. D w i n e l l e

Mr. and Mrs. Borkenhagen

R. Dorado

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F l o r a Dufour

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K e i t h Dalrymple

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Mr. and Mrs. Ea rl D iC ic c o

Mr. and Mrs. F r a n k l i n D. B u r d i t t

Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. D e v a l l

Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Busey

Miss S h e r r i l l J . Eckhouse

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Mr. and Mrs. C l a r e n c e Eaton

Mr. and Mrs. T r i n i d a d Chavez

Mr. and Mrs. O r i s E l l i s

Mr. and Mrs. J . G. Carmichael

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Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Chappell

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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. C u r t i s

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frame

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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Campbell

Ervin George

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Mrs. G u ye tt e

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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crook

Mr. Martin G i l b e r t

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Glenn Glendholm

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox

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K a th le e n Gibson

Mr. and Mrs. J . M. K e l l o g g

Mr. and Mrs. J . V. Garcia

Dr. and Mrs. James 0 .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Gibney

A.

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. G r i f f i t h

Paul Lee

Mr. and Mrs. R. J . G o t t i

D e nn is Lamb

P h i l l i p V. Hargrove

Mr. and Mrs. F e l i p e Lopez

Clarence Harvey

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Land

W. H. Hobbs

Mr. A. L. Lawhead

0. Hamilton

Mrs. A. G. Landeen

Matt Hamilton

G. H. L in d str om

Dibbon Hagar

Mr. and Mrs. A1 Lopez

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Havey

Mr. and Mrs. Lemons

E. R. Holmes

Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Lawhead

Mr. and Mrs. Harlow

Mr. and Mrs. J o h n n i e M a r t i n e z

Mr. H i l t o n

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McDermott

Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Art hur J. Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. John P. H a r r i s o n

Mr. Leroy M i l l s

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Harlow

Mr. C h a r l e s H. M i l l e r

Mr. and Mrs. J . E. H i l l i g o s s

Mr. Joe Mascarenas

Mr. and Mrs. Lew is Heaton

Mrs. M cG lauchlin

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Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Moore

Mr. and Mrs. M. J . H o l l e n

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Masher

Mr. and Mrs. R o l l i e V. Heltman

Mr. Moss

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Mr. L. H. Moody

Mr. and Mrs. R ic h a r d Henkel

Gus R. M a r t in e z

Mr. and Mrs. Roy H e n d r ic k s o n

A u s t i n Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. H a r r i n g t o n

Dewey M o l l e u r

Mr. and Mrs. C. S c o t t J o s l i n

M. V. McBride

Mr. and Mrs. R e g i n a l d J o n e s

A. McF atr idge

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Junge

E. M a r t in e z

E rv in V. Jo hn son

Tony M artin ez

Mr. K i r t l y

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C. R. Kaufman

W. F. Neal

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B i l l and D o r l i s N e l i s

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Keddy

W il li a m North

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Thelma Northrup

Logan

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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Soemke

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W ill iam L. S c i v a l l y

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Osborn

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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K. S p o t t s

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G. Po w e ll

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Lorraine T r u j i l l o

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Max Vega

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Mr. and Mrs. C la y t o n B. Ross

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Mr. and Mrs. Ted Russo

P. L. Whitmore

Mr. Frank R ob e r ts

Mr. and Mrs. Zabel

Mr. and Mrs. V e r d ie Raper

Los Alamos B e a u ty Shop

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Beta Omicron

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E p s i l o n Sigma

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J. M. Simmons

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OF NEW MEXICO

Santa Fe Book and Stationery Com pany, Inc.

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DAVID L. COLE, Manager

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SKI RENTALS

C l a s s o f 1955

Santa Fe Sporting Goods Co. 203 Lincoln Ave. Gordon Stevenson

LOS ALAM OS Dial 3-8232

DRUG STORE

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO PRESCRIPTIONS

T. E. Gunter, Prop.

ESPANOLA M ERCA N TILE CO M PA N Y W. P. COOK, Manager HARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL

Phone 2-3735— Los Alamos, N. Mex.

L IL M IB E 'The Place to Meet after the Game'

ESPANOLA, NEW MEXICO

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Com m unity Center

LOS A LA M O S Los Alamos

New Mexico

Phone

2-3 3 2 9

C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s C l a s s o f ’ 55

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Mainfenance and Operations Contractor To The Atomic Energy Commission At Los Alamos

B e s t Wishes t o t h e

COM PLIM ENTS OF

C l a s s o f '55

GOODMAN OLSON

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Los Alamos Community Center

THE W O O D EN IN D IA N

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SALES

Phone 2-5825

SERVICE

Radio Service Com pany 1741 CENTRAL LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO

15th a t C e n t r a l Los Alamos

Phone 2-2 91 6

C. H. KEMPER, Mgr.

TELEVISION - RADIO - SOUND Motorola--RCA

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lOS ALAMOS

Open 9 o.m. to 9 p.m.

LOS ALAM OS B EA U TY SHOP 1258 17th

2-3745

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Compliments of Maytag automatic washers & dryers

LA MESITA RESTAURANT

outlast all others! 'We service eveiything we sell'

15 miles north of Santa Fe 1 mile south of Pojoaque

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Santa Fe 3-6317 Los Alamos 2-3636

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E. F. OLDS

P ens

S e le c tio n a n d

S ch o o l

PLUMBING AND HEATING CORPORATION

MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS

o f

P e n c ils

S u p p lie s

MOORE’S BOOK AND STATIONERY

Post Office Box 839 Los Alamos, New Mexico

Phone 7-4963

Hill Je w e le rs, Inc. Post Office Box 8125, Station "C" Phone 5-2243

1733 C e n t r a l

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Phone 2 - 2 1 1 4

Post Office Box 161 El Paso, Texas

‘ For g i f t s t h a t you w i l l g i v e w ith pride

Phone 2-6523

L e t H i l l J e w e l e r s be your g u i d e ’

Culpepper School Book Depository, Inc. P. 0 . Box 4128 - Phone 3-8 461 Santa Fe, New Mexico D istrib u tors o f fr e e textbooks to

Congratulations and Best wishes from . . . TH E FAT MAN

LOS A LA M O S SHOE STORE A N D SHOE REPAIR Community Center

Private, P u b lic , P aroch ial Schools And t o I n d i v i d u a l s The r i g h t c l o t h e s . . . . at the r i g h t t i m e . . . . at the r ig h t p r i c e . . . .

B e s t Wishe s t o C l a s s o f ’ 55

THE GUARANTEE

on the plaza

Of S a n t a Fe

"Your store with more— in Santa Fe"

On t h e p l a z a

Remember our f r i e n d s

Phone 2 - 0 8 6 1

...

t h e y remembered us .


Pfiueger's

La JOYA LOUNGE & RESTAURANT

'SMART FOOTWEAR" SANTA FE

530 Cerrillos Road

IO 6 V2 San Francisco St.

Santa Fe

New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE Nob Hill Shopping Center

‘ Your C l e a n e r i s Your C l o t h e s ’ Best Frien d ’

Ferris Cleaners, Inc.

For t h a t t h o u g h t f u l t o u c h Flowers By . . .

Stuppy-M ay Flowers

Community C en ter Los Alamos, New Mexico

Next t o S e a r s - S a n ta Fe, New Mex.

Phone 2-68 88

Phone 3 - 3 3 3 5

Sears, Roebuck & Co. The Pastry Shop

130 L i n c o l n S t r e e t San ta Fe, New Mexico 'Home o f Good Things C ongratulations to to E at’ the Phone 2 - 2 7 5 4

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1955 Gradu ates


C ongratulations

to

1955

the C la ss o f

BOND - WILLARD COMPANY In Espanola Since 1883

GROCERIES

HARDWARE

DRY GOOD S

READY-TO-WEAR AND SHOES for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN :ex,

PRINTING

CARTWRIGHfS Hardware and Appliances

The Rydal Press

Home of Famous Names Famous Service 120 Lincoln

Phone 3-3301

Goodyear Tires and Tire Service

998 Canyon Road Phone 3 - 7 7 1 2

Cerrilloc and Pen Roads

P.O. Box 7 50

Santa Fe

at Phone 3-7889

Santo Fe, New Mexico

New Mexico

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REYNOLDS Electrical and Engineering Co.

Best o f Everything t o t h e C l a s s o f ’ 55

Electrical Construction Engineers

James H. Russell Insurance Agency

Los Alamos, Santo Fe, Albuquerque, Insurance and Real Estate

El Poso, Houston, Las Vegas, Nev.

216 E. Marcy at Santa Fe

Both p r a c t i c a l and t e c h n i c a l p e r s o n n e l tr a in e d to the i n t r i c a t e needs o f modern e l e c t r i c a l c o n s t r u c t i o n .

When a Camera C l i c k s - Think o f th e

Radio S t a t i o n

KRSN

C a m e ra Shop

‘ Your S t a t i o n fo r E nj oya b le L i s t e n i n g ’ O p p o s i t e LaFonda i n S an ta Fe ABC

Photo S u p p l i e s E x c l u s i v e l y

1490 KC

Congratulations BEST WISHES. from . . .

. .

D rck M ille r M o to rs

. .

Espanola

New Mexico

SEN IOR S,

FROM

DICK FRANK'S VALLEY STUDIO espanola THE HOME CAFE KAHN’ S SHOW S T O R E ^ Santa fe BELL STORES espanola Santa fe

a nd

Ph. 4345 FRED D. Remember our f r i e n d s . . .

they remembered u s .

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Publisher

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Los Alamos Public School 1955 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1955 Yearbook