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LIBRARY SENIOR KIC •! SCHOOL’ LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO


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Los Alamos High School Los Alamos, N ew Mexico

Staff Sponsor Mr. R odney Y oung E ditor C heryl Sowder Business M anager D arryl Panowski Academic LaD onna Daily, Sandi Cole S tudent Life C athy W eaver Seniors Stacy Williams, M ary R um iner Underclass Ronnie Keil, Nancy Porto Clubs J a n e W herritt, Bob Van G em ert Sports T om H aw thorne, T o m Boyle H ighlights Carol Sowder, Lee A nn Petty O rganizations J a n e W herritt, Bob Van G em ert A dvertising B ernie W eber, D iane Lam kin Special A ssignm ents Ju lie Lyon, T im B urns Nancy Knobeloch, J o h n T rujillo Typists Cindy H u rt, Rochelle R ichard F rancine Lawrence P hotographers Lee Mitchell, R ichard Robyn Mike Kilgore

In Appreciation T h e 1966 La Lom a Staff extends thanks to the Public Relations D ep artm en t o f the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory for the many pictures they donated to this year’s annual. Special thanks goes to Bill Jack Rogers for the time he spent selecting pictures for the them e o f E nchantm ent. A ppreciation is also d u e various teachers and the Los Alamos M onitor.


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MRS. PAUL HEGLER NAMED TO 4TH EDITION OF WHO'S W H O L o s A lam o s M onitor T u esd a y , O cto b er 12,1965 IN AMERICAN WOMEN S till an o th er honor h as gone to M rs. P a u lH e g le r, 2896 A W alnut St. M rs. H elg e r h a s been included in the fo u rth editon of Who’s Who in A m eric an W om en, published by the A.N. M arq u is Co. M rs. H elg er, who heads th e B u sin e ss E ducation D e p a rtm e n t of the L os A lam os High School, w as nam ed lo c al te a c h e r of the y e a r in 1956. She re c e iv e d an M.A. d e g re e fro m C olorado S tate C ollege in G re eley and h a s co m p leted p o s t­ g ra d u a te study at D enver U n iv e rsity . P r io r to jo in ­

ing the L os A lam os school s y s te m , M rs. H eg le r taught in C olorado and at the A m eric an High School in H eid leb e rg , G erm an y . W hile living in C o lo ra ­ do, she se rv e d a s p r e s i ­ dent of h e r lo c al c h a p te r of A.A.U.W . and on th e o r ­ g a n iz a tio n ’s sta te b o ard . She w as a lso th ird v ic e p re s id e n t of the C olorado B oard fo r the G e n e ra l F e d e ra tio n of W om en’s C lubs. M rs . H eg ler h as p a r t i ­ c ip a te d in co m m unity a c tiv itie s a s p re s id e n t of the P .E .O ., a s a m e m b e r of the b o ard of the O rd e r

of E a s te r n S ta r; and a s p r e s id e n t of the L os A la­ m o s c h a p te r of the New M exico F e d e ra tio n of Wo­ m e n ’s C lubs. She h as a lso been S tate C om m unity Im ­ p ro v e m e n t C h a irm a n fo r th e F e d e ra tio n of Wo­ m e n ’s C lubs in New M ex­ ico . She is a m e m b er of the L o s A lam os c h a p te r of the N atio n al S e c r e ta r ie s A s­ so c iatio n ; o th e r h o n o ra r i e s in clu d e D elta P i E p ­ silo n , Kappa D elta P i, P i L am b d a T h eta, and P i O m ega P i, Sigm a E ta Chi. M rs. H eg le r a lso belongs to D elta Kappa G am m a,

H o n o ra ry T e a c h e rs Soc ie ty . “ W ho’s Who In A m er­ ic a n W om en’’ h a s two b ro a d a im s; 1. To p re s e n t women o u tstan d in g a s w om en...; in o th e r w o rd s to s tr e s s the w om an who sta n d s out fro m h e r s i s t e r s . 2. To u se ach iev em en t o r o cc u p atio n al p o sitio n , r a t h e r than w ealth o r s o ­ c ia l p o sitio n , a s the c r i ­ te rio n f o r e lig ib ility ... D e s ire to be in the book w as not su ffic ie n t re a s o n f o r in c lu sio n ; it had to be acco m p an ie d by de m o n s tra b le m e r i t . ’’


1966 La Loma Dedicated If school letters were aw arded to faculty m em bers for enthusiastic support o f student activities, the first recipient would undoubtedly be a tall, dark, business teacher. H er personal interest in students leads h er to teach not only the essentials o f typing and sh o rthand, but also the Finer points o f becom ing a good and valued secretary. H er professional qualifications are evident in h er acceptance to a foreign teaching jo b in G erm any and h er recent honor o f W ho’s W ho in A m erican W om en. She is presently head o f the business d ep artm en t and sponsor o f the T o p p e r Business Club. Business students will always be grateful for her guidance. T h e entire stud en t body will rem em ber h er friendly smile and her enthusiastic support. It is for these reasons that the La Lom a staff proudly dedicates the 1966 La Loma to Mrs. Bess Hegler.

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Foreword Los Alamos H igh School is a forem ost school in all its varied activities; it is also forem ost in its select location in n o r t h e r n N ew M exico, th e sta te k n o w n as th e L a n d o f Enchantm ent. T his 1966 La Lonaa will provide its readers an accurate record o f a school year at Los Alamos, reflecting the diversity o f the high school’s students, academics, athletics, extracurriculars, and highlighting events. Accom panying this look at the school will be a look at some o f the m em orable points o f the truly enchanting area. So closely associated with Los Alamos, these scenes have become a part o f the life and m em ory o f the students on the Hill. In this way an o th er Los Alamos High School yearbook, the 1966 La Loma, will become a piece o f history —the history o f the students, the school, the town, the area.


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Valle Grande Fifteen miles west and nearly 2,0d() ft. higher th an Los Alamos is the w orld’s largest volcanic crater, the Valle Cirande. Fhis crater, once a molten mass of lava, is now one ot the scenic panoram as o f New' Mexico. Its vast expanse m easures 16 by 19 miles and is covered by a lush g ieen gi ass that is heartily enjoyed by the thousands o f sheep and H erefords that graze there from May to O ctober. T h e rim o f the Valle abounds with trees and flowers o f alm ost every shape and color im aginable, from tbe typical W estern Yellow Pine to the beautiful Englem an Spruce, Douglas Fir, and Aspen. Wild flowers grow in gay little clusters and their vivid colors can be seen peeking f rom any one o f the cfarkly f orested hills or meadows of the Valle. As o f yet this entire crater is privately owned th ro u g h a Spanish f.and G rant; however, there has been some discussion in C ongress as to the possi­ bility o f tu rn in g this beautiful paradise into a state park for everyone to enjoy.

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Schedule Revised A c:om|)letely d in e re n t sd ied u le was ad d ed to die scliool’s curriculum last year, iiicludiiig a re(|uiiecl study hall for each student. Eight periods m ade up the day, including a study liall and lunch. Some of the classes before and after lunch lasted 45 m inutes instead of the usual 55 m inutes to balance out the sdiedule. riie aclministrati(.)n had a new assistant princijjal for the second year in a row, as Mr. William Dickey took over the position vacated by Mr. Jo h n Colem an, Dr. D uane Sm ith, a fo rm er assistant p rin ­ cipal at LAHS, re tu rn e d last year to direct the C uidance D epartm ent of the Los Alamos Schools. H eaded by the School B oard, the A dm inistra­ tion continued to m ake excellent policy and cu rricu ­ lum decisions, thus enabling the Lc3S Alamcis Schools to m aintain their outstanding reputation thrcjughout the state and the country.

For eleven years Dr. C. W. Richard has been the superintendent of the Los Alamos County school system. Mr. Joyce confers with jo e Daly, President of the Student Council, on a matter o f student government. Mr, George Joyce continues his fourth year as principal of Los Alamos High School

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Mrs. Helen Breisch Registrar

Mrs. Maxine Cooper Accountant

Mrs. Myrt Snowden Principal Secretary

Mrs. Jen Dvorak Guidance Secretary

The assistant principal, Mr. Dickey, joins in a discussion with students backstage during Topper Revue. Mr. Bill Dickey Assistant Principal

Dr. Bob McGee Assistant Superintendent

The Los Alamos Board of Educational Trustees consists of Dr. Edward Hammel, Mr. Eldon Christensen, Mrs. Rene Mills, Dr. Robert G. Shreftler, and Mr. Wendell L. Miller. The chairman o f the Board is Mrs. Mills.

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Mrs. Aiello Mrs. McCleskev

Mrs. Campbell Mrs. Meiidius

Mrs. Fries Mr. Ramsev

Mr. (iumeson Mrs. Sharp

Mr. Harbour Mrs. Wyles

In a senior English class, the students listen intently to a lecture on the famous poems of the Romantic Era.

As Mr. Gumeson informs his class of a f uture test, the students sigh because they know much studying is needed.

Henry Mueller checks Liz Lindsey’s eye span in reading with a mirror in Mr. Young’s English IV class.

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English MRS. BETTY AIETI.O —English III; 16 years experience; B.A., Chatham College. MRS. JEAN CAMPBETT—Department Head, English IV, Advanced Composition; 11 years experience; M.A.. Doane College, Omaha University. MRS. SHIRLEY FRIES —Latin, English IV; 20 years experience; Olympians; B.A., Cornell University, Columbia University, University of Wyoming. MR. WARREN GUMESON —English II, III; 4 years experience; Junior Class; B.A., University of Colorado. MR. DAVE HARBOUR HI —English II, III; 1 year experience; B.A., Parsons College, Colorado State University. MRS. LUCILLE McCLESKEY —English II; 36 years experience; ETA; M.A., Texas Women’s University, Highlands University. MRS. PATRICIA MENDIUS —English IV; 13 years experience; B.A., UCLA. MR. ROSS RAMSEY —English IV; 25 years experience; Olions; M.S., University of Utah. MRS. LOIS SHARP —English III; 9 years experience; M.A., Briar Cliff College, Marquette University, State University o f Iowa. MRS. MARY WYLES —English II; 20 years experience; M.A., Highlands University, Denver University. In Junior English, the class takes notes while Mrs. Sharp explains one o f the aspects o f literature.

ifp' ilMt. In a Junior English class, acting out noted American plays proved to be an interesting idea for Irene Gonzales, Kay Strom, Gwen Sharp, and Linda Carson.

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In an Advanced Literature class, Mrs. Campbell gives pointers on what to look for in the analyzation of a modern novel.

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M athematics MRS, Dl'.l.()K1'.S I II^N(..S I Maih, (,coinfity, Math 111: 'll yiMis expel icM((•; Soplioiiioie (.lass; .VI.A., (.ollege ol St. leresa, L'niversily III Miiiiiesola. .\IK. JA.MI-.S j .MKAIM-.K.S-Deparltiicnl Head, Cakulus, (.eiieial Math, l’|obabilily and Slalislit.s; 11 years ex[Knien(.c; .M.S., M.A., .Midland (.olIcKc, Coloiadn .Stale (iollege, University ol Illinois. .MRS. ANNE I'llll.I.II’S -A l(fe b ia I, (.eoin etiy, .Math IV; S years experience; lUS., Univer­ sity ol Texas. MR. Al.l-RUI) U. I'OT'I TiR - Consumers Math, Algebra; I year experieiKe; B.A., St, (ilond Stale, .MR, l.l-.I.ANl) K. SCHACTKRLE-Consum eis Mailt, (.eoinelry, .Matb IV; 10 years experience; .M.A., Colorado Stale Univeisily, Western Stale College. MR, H.OYIJ WIMBERUEY-Algebra II, (.eom eiiy, .Mailt 111; H) years exiH-ricme; .M.S., Hardin-Simmons Uni­ versity, Denver Ciiiversity. Pat Kennedy seems lo know all ol the answers as he explains a prob­ lem he has wor ked out in .Mrs. Phillips' .Math Class,

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Mr. Meaders Mr. Potter Mr. Wimberley

Geometry class takes much concentration as is shown here by Suzanne Leap as she ponders over a difficult problem.

Department Grows T h e M athem atics D epartm ent was again expanded this year with the addition o f Mr. A1 Potter to the staff. T h e d ep a rtm en t succeeded in co n tinuing its out­ standing record in the field, having over 50 students enrolled in the calculus class, a college level course, which was taught again this year by Mr. James M eaders, the d ep a rtm en t head. H e was assisted in the various o th er classes by several o th er teachers. T h e new and different approach to mathem atics, the University o f Illinois P rogram , has been a part o f the Los Alamos School System for m any years, thus keeping the m athem atics curriculum at a high level. 16 Academic


Team Teaching New I wo new teachers, Mr. Russ Shinn, who started teaching at sem ester of 1965, and Mr. Glen Howl Joined the grow ing Social Studies D epartm ent last year. A n o th er new addition was the successful team ­ teaching ex p erim ent, in which th ree teachers con­ d u cted joint history classes. I o bro ad en th eir scopes o f the social sciences, stu ­ dents were p resented with a wide range o f topics, varying from the revolutionary ideas o f 18th G entury fre n c h thinkers and the idealistic philosophies o f ancient G reek geniuses to laws o f economics and sociology and the progress o f m ankind.

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Microscopic life is raised and examined during one of Mr. Kiklel>erry’s biology classes by Donna Beg and Wendy McCiuire.

Mr. ('.asvvell I.eciuring while his ('hemisirv students take notes, Mr. Cooj>cr explains a low temp thermometer.

Mr. Cooper

Siiidem leacher, Mr. Sieve (Carroll, explains to his class some of ihe behavior patterns of mammals in captivity as part of the students’ study of biology.

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Science MR. ROBERT C:ASVVE1.E-Department Head, PSSC Physics; 15 years ex{>erience; M.S., Midland ('ollege, Oklahoma State University. MR. l.EON COOPER —(Chemistry, Advanced Physical Science; 15 years experience: Science (Hub; M.S., Bethany-Nazarene C.ollege, I'niversity of Utah. MR. ROBERT EIKEEBERRY —Advanced Biology, General Biology; 7 years experience; M.S., Stale I'niversiiv of Iowa. MISS VlRCilNIA FIZER-C;eneral Biology, Modern Science: 2 years experience; B.S., Mesa Junior (k)llege, (a^lorado Slate Teachers C-ollege. MR. V’ICTOR KOELMAN —Cdiemistry: 3 years experience: Science Club: B.S., Stale College of Iowa. MR. DU.^NE WACiNER —Earth Science: 6 years experience, Magnianiites: M.A., (Colorado State ('ollege.

Mr. Kollman Mr. Wagner

The mid-February replacement tor Miss Fizer, Mrs. C.hurcb instructs (General Biology students in the procedures of checking through microscopes the circulation of f rogs.

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Rick Mendius, Jay Wooten, and Paul Roensch carefully check the weight of a ('-clamp as part of laboratory exercises in a Physics experiment.

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L A Science Minded Since its beginning, Los Alamos has been centered aro u n d science. T h e Los Alamos schools, therefore, have attem pted to provide the scientifically-inclined students with every possible advantage in term s of teachers, facilities, and outside help in the field. Last year the school’s facilities were expanded in that m em bers o f the public could use technical area libraries with perm ission. This helped many students, especially those w orking on science projects and term papers. Almost every science class had a lab assistant to help the teachers. T hese students received half a credit lo r th eir year’s efforts.

In Biology, experimenting takes concentration as Cieorge Frank completes an experiment on the heat created by plant gi'owth. Mr. Kollman demands attention irom all of his students as he explains the importance of a data table in Cihemistry class.

Stanley Delano watches as his lah partner Rick Nichols uses a stop watch to time a dillicult physics experiment in the study ot simple harmonic motion. iiinienE

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Top Students Excel The outsiaiiding suideiits of ilic Business D eparim ent again participated in the annual H ighlands Day com petition this yeai ; it was held in Las Vegtis A|jril 15, w here once m ore Los Alamos walked off with a lion’s share of the jtwards. Every year to date the Ex­ cellence Pennant has been aw arded to the D epart­ m ent at H ighlands Day. Each year m ore and itiore students have gone di­ rectly into the business wot Id f rom the advanced secretarial science courses. I'hey are “term inal stu ­ den ts” and not “college-bound.” O ver 760 students enrolled in business courses this year, including many students who took Business Law, an o th er successful new addition to the cttrriculum of the constantly expanding d epartm ent.

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C^athy Bay concentrates for accuracy in taking dictation in Short­ hand II.

Paul McGuire uses LAHS’s new IBM machine as he learns the principles o f key-punch operation.

Her mind lost in the ecstacy of another world, Nancy Porto completes her Typing I assignment. Dennis Brandt and Sandy Billings find little difficulty in completing their Typing I as­ signment.

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On her new electric typewriter, Paula Robyn makes a final adjustment before beginning her assignment in Typing II.


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In Busine.ss Machines I, Suanna Hicks iinds that the operation ol a lull key adding machine takes all of her concentration.

As a project for Shorthand II, Nancy Dahney and a fellow classmate prepare a bulletin hoard on the opportunities open in business. (iroacU Day adds variety to 'Typing class as is shown here by Mrs. Wingfield and Tom Prince.


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Journalism Mk. RODNEY ^’()DN('. —joum.ilisni, Ncwspapfi. An­ nual Stall, English II; 12 years (.‘xpcriciue; H.A.; I'nivc'rsitv ()1 Oolorado.

Virginia ('alvin, Lynn Panowski, and Bol) Russo arc anxious to give consli uctive suggestions to Brian Fishbine as they dil­ igently work on newspa[)er layouts.

A1 'l esdie and Naiuy Cole rush to meet llie deadline in sending tlie Lookout to press lor distribution to students by Friday afternoon.

3 Classes Included A visit to KOB-TV' and the A lttuquerque Fribune drainatized journalism stu d en ts’ ap p roach to their survey of the field of mass com m unication. T h e to u r of' the T rib u n e plant and also an extra non-planned to u r th ro u g h an engraving plant illus­ trated to students the com plications of pu ttin g out a large daily paper. R egular journalism students studied a variety of topics in their th ird h o u r class including newspaper, public relations, yearbook, advertising, and pho­ tography; they also published one special issue of the school paper. T h e two publication classes proviefed tangible evi­ dence of stuefent work, shown in their 12 issues of the Lookout and a 224 page yearbook. Marla Schoolcraft, Lynn Panowski, Pat Reade and Cheryl Sowder examine with interest a rotary press on the annual journalism trip taken this year to the "Albuquerque Tribune.”

Counting ballots for class favorites takes much concentration from Lee Ann Petty, Sandi Cole, and Tom Boyle, in Annual class.

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Speech MR. PAUI.Ci. BLACK —Depariment Head. Speech: 10 years experience; Hilltalkers, National Forensic League: M.A., San Antonio College. University of Arkansas, Southwest Texas State College.

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Sherry I'homas acts out a pantomime in Drama class.

Speech students begin using the new closed circuit TV this year. Here Susan Bialz and Mark Cherry use the many parts of the system.

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Mr. Black ponders a point made by one of his students.

What’s so funny? —Mr. Black and his class join in a good laugh.

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Home Economics MISS MAR(iA LAMB—Family Living, Home Eco­ nomics; 6 years experience; (Cheerleaders, Ciarden Club; B.A., (Colorado Stale (College.

Margaret Montoya samples a bite as l^ e Ann Petty and Cheryl Sowder prepare the horsd’oeurves that will be enjoyed by the faculty before their meal.

Faculty wives, students, and administrators enjoy the selection from the buffet table at the Home Ec dinner. There are many advantages to teaching Advanced Foods, but Miss Lamb feels that being able to enjoy the cooking o f her students is indeed one that cannot be overlooked.

Keeping up the conversa­ tion at the table is a student responsibility as well as pre­ paring the meal for the guests.

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As Miss Lamb demonstrates the use of various stitches in advanced sewing, she finds that her students are surprised to find that adjust­ ing a sewing machine can be so simple.

Annually the Home Ec classes give a faculty tea, and here Miss Lamb tells Judy Marriot that she will be a tea server.

Cottage Provides Setting H om e Economics students used their attractive cottage for the second year in a wide variety of courses. H om e Ec IV, this year, was divided into sem ester courses —A dvanced N utrition and Advanced Clothing. A hom e n u rsin g course was one o f many units for H om e Ec I, II, and Personal and Social D evelopm ent students. T h e Advanced N utrition class held a form al d in n er for the adm inistration and faculty in the fall. A dvanced C lothing students held a spring fash­ ion show fo r parents and invited guests as an o th er highlight of the year. P reparation o f various foods as well as training in greeting and serving guests was stressed. S tudents taking these classes greatly benefited from the varied o fferin g and ideal facilities o f the cottage.

The aid of Mrs. James Edmonds of the Summit Garden Club and her assistant Mrs. Ted Crawford was enlisted to help the Home Economics Department in the unit of flower arrangements and gardening. Shown also are Sylvia Nachlinger and Terri Buchen, co-chairmen o f the Homemaker Summit Seedling Club. Mrs. Crawford assists Linda German with a corsage.

Two nurses show Edie Elliot the skills needed for proper home first aid care in Horne Ec II class.

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Boys in metal shop learn and prac tice welding and using ladies

Under the watchful eye o f an oscillioscope, Scoti Murray com­ pletes a rejxirt for his Electricity I class.

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Mary Ruminer and Cathy Bay smile over their fine work on the pilot press, a skill learned in graphic arts class. A school day for many boys includes work on car parts.

In its second year of operation, P-wing was used extensively. Interest in the practical arts increased as many students felt the need to learn some practical skills d u rin g high school, such as mechanical draw ing of woodwork. Students who did not plan to go on to college were allowed to om it senior English from their schedules in o rd e r to have sufficient time to take A uto Mechanics, a course which took up two periods daily. This course was also of f ered in night classes to students who could not find time to take it d u rin g the regular school day. G raphic Arts provided the students with a knowl­ edge of printing m ethods, while Electronics involved the study o f electricity and currents. Practical Arts courses helped to give many indi­ viduals a start in their fu tu re vocations. T hose who desired to go to a trade school after high school found that the training they received in shop courses was invaluable.

Unda Carson and Ruth Harrall make Christmas cards in art class.

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Practical Arts MR. MORRIS CRANE —Ciraphic Arts, Wood Shop, Metal Shop I; ‘2 years exfKM ience; B.A., Eastern New Mexico L'niversitv. MR. HORACE (iAM BELl.— Department Head, Mechanical Drawing; 25 years experience; Industrial Arts C-Iuh; M.S., State I'niversity of New York, (-ollege of Education. MR. JOHN W. HARDY —.Auto Mechanics: 2 years experience; Associate ot Arts, Higlilands I'niversity. MR. JAMES .-\. \U LEER - Metal Shop: 6 years experience; B.A., Colorado State College. MR. DELBER'I' TETER - Electricity; 14 years ex­ perience: Rutgers I ’niversity, .Associate ol Arts. MR. ROBERT VISE!.— .Art, .Audio Visual; 16 years experience; .Art C.lub: B.S., M..A., Southwest Texas Slate Leachers (>ollege, ('olorado State (College.

Bobbv -Anderson, Mr. .Art Houle, Keith Rendell, Mr. W. R. Nallow, and Mr. John Hardy take time to check out the 1965 Corvair engine and transmission donated to the school by the General Motors Cxn poration.

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Kip Roush, junior, uses a file on the leg ot a bench in Mr. Crane’s Wood Working class.

Mr. Cambell explains the principles of isometric drawings, a class assignment, to Margaret Wholberg and Barbara Semloch.

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D river’s Education MR- l O M N n ' I I K. I I I O W l ' R - D r i v e r s hdii(.iiion, linys’ (i ym; ve;ns ex))(“i i en(e; B.A. K.isici n New .Mexic o I 'liivei sil v, I 'ni\e? sii v ol New Mexico. New Mexico Si.ile I ’niversiiy, ( )kl<ihoina Siaie I UiivcM sity.

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Sharon Farley and Mary (>)rcIova investigate the furulion ol a gear box during Driver’s FdiKalion. Sopfioniore Jolin I.orv sits beliind tlic wlieel in one c)f the high school’s new drivers education ears while Instructor Hinojosa stands by.

Ciood peripheral vision is very important to sate ciriving. Here, Instructor Hightower helps soj)hoinore Mark Carson test his.

3 New Cars Used T h e D river’s Education D epartm ent had an in ­ creased enrollm ent again tliis year, with a greater nu m b er of students taking after-school and night classes. Students who had com pleted their six weeks o f classroom work put in their four weeks of actual driving time d u rin g a wide range of hours, varying from after school to Saturday m ornings and study hall periods. D river’s Education has become an im portant pari o f the curricula of many of Am erica’s high schools, d ue to the increased num ber o f young drivers apply­ ing for their licenses each year. With the aid of three new cars and several experienced instructors, the Los -Alamos schools have been trying to provide the f inest caliber o f young drivers possible. Mr. T om m v H ightow er, D epartm ent head, a p ­ peared to be well pleased with the progress o f the driving students. T h e ir efforts in the classroom and in actual driving showed that these youths cared about learning how to be safe and sane drivers. 28 Academic

l.owell Cummings gets the feel of the steering wheel with this model in the drivers education class room.


Library Emphasized Due to the em phasis plated Ity teachers on inde­ p en d en t study o( non-textbook materials, each stu ­ dent was re(]uired to take a study hall this year, re ­ sulting in increased use of the library, d'he num ber of volumes on the shelves eclip.sed the 1 1,()()() m ark, and over 100 d ifferen t periodicals were received in o rd er to accom m odate the incretised student use; two or th ree assistants were thus needed to work each p e­ riod. For th eir efforts in an instruction class and in the library itself , these students received credits. Plans were started for a new library building in o rd e r to keep up with the ever grow ing num ber of students in Los .Alamos. The tentative com pletion date of’the project is in late 1967.

Ronnie Geoftrion looks on as Patt\ Morion, one of the many library assistants, checks out a book to him.

Carl Rudnick finds the high school library an excellent source lor looking up research material lor a report.

Library MRS. VEl.M.A Bl'T'rERFIEI.D-Librarian; 7 years ex­ perience; M.A., Colorado Women's College. L'nixersitv of Southern (dililornia, Blackhills Slate (College, Univcrsitv ol Denver.

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Susan Sach and Susan Hoverson find the li­ brary a good place for doing research.

Taking advantage of the required study period. Ernie Smith and Tom Hawthorne catch up on their assig^ned work. These classes provide a quiet atmosphere lor study and the text facilities of the library.

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Foreign Language MR. ALOIS (.1-RNI( !1-k —Dr[),n iincni Me.id. Riissi.m: 12 u m i s fx|)fi ictut-; (.Hess klul) Lluv Louie; M.A.. Mas.nvk I'nivei sity ol liiJio, ( ’./e( hoslovaki.L ('.ii\ (M llegeol New NOik, L niveisiiyol ('Incago, I'niversily ol Denver, Mi(l(llel)ur\ (iolle^e. San lia iu is(o St.iie (iollege, (ieoigetown Lniversitv. MR. |OSL M ()|l(2 \ —Spamsli; IH years exinnieiue; Sj)anisli <!lnl>. M.A., Adams State College, l'ni\ersitv ol Coloiado, MRS. MAR\ LOU LRAVLS — I'reiult; 7 yeais experieme; l-iem li Uluh; ii.A., Lulls University, Univeisity ol Colorado, Institute de l ouraine.

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Making sure that language lab audio aids are working and properly adjusted makes up part o f the duties of French teacher Mrs. Travis.

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A German class follows along in the books as Mr. Cernicek explains difficult exercises and drills in German grammar.

Em ploying the m odern and interesting audiolingual-oriented techniques of teaching, the l.anguage D epartm ent instructors spent many of their classroom hours with their pupils in E-1, the language lab, since the advanced equipm ent of the lab was a requisite for most o f the courses. This fall m arked the re tu rn of Mr. Alois Cernicek for his twelfth year o f teaching on the Hill. He re­ sum ed his duties as head o f the Foreign l.anguage D epartm ent and as teacher o f Russian and Germ an in the high school. Students of Los Alamos High School have been fortunate in that they have been of fered any of four contem porary languages and one classical language. Provided with the finest facilities and excellent in­ structors, students have been limited only by them ­ selves in their pursuit o f foreign tongues, w hether their interests are in Classical Latin or in the M odern French, Spanish, G erm an, o r Russian languages.

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M usic MR. I HOMAS B. C.OOl.EY —C'.hoir, 19 year.s experience; Clel anti l.yre; B.A., Min­ neapolis College of Music, Eastern Washington College of Education, Cniversity ol Puget Sound, New Mexico Highlands Cniversity, Cniversity of Minnesota. MR. REX EGGLESTON—Orchestra, Coordinator of Strings and Vocal Music; 9 years exper­ ience; Bachelor of Music Education, University of Colorado, Casper College, Cniver­ sity of Wyoming. MR. ROId.lE V. HEL'EMAN - Band; 34 years experience; Key Club; M..A., Colorado Stale Cniversity, University of Colorado, Northwestern Cniversitv, U.C.L.A., University of New Mexico.

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Trying to sing the school day away, Charlie Pacheco and Paul Strom enjoy the musical doorway to success under the able direction of choir director Mr. Tom Cooley.

One ol LAHS’s top violinists, Bryan Johnson, con centrales on his technique and tone during a prac lice session in the orchestra room.

Students Rate High itlllf aui a,

Com ing hom e with the largest nttm ber of first places ever won by any high school in the New Mexi­ co All-State Music Festival, the Music students placed third in overall statistics at the event. Los Alamos students walked o ff with half o f the first places aw arded at the meet. T h e Music D epartm ent held several concerts over the year, including the annual Christmas Assemblyprogram held for the students and faculty m em bers irefore the Christm as vacation. Band m em bers again provided excellent halftim e entertainm ent at football games and helped to raise the spirits of students by playing their instrum ents at the hom e basketball games.

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Volleyball, an all around favorite, provides some of the variety in indoor sports. The squads play a round robin sc hedule.

Basketball is one o f the main winter activities taken up by the physical education departments.

Varied Sports Used

Competitive cross country running provides for development of legs, wind, and overall physical stamina. Speed is essential as squads are awarded points on a time basis.

B eginning the year with a physical fitness test, P.E. classes u n d er the direction o f Miss Luanne fh o m p so n and Mr. R obert Cox participated in such activities as archery, volleyball, soccer, basketball, gymnastics, and baseball. T h e boys’ classes also parti­ cipated in the D ecathalon, which consists of ten track and field events, which tests a person’s all-around physical abilities. T h e basic strokes and lifesaving skills were covered in the swim m ing classes conducted by Mr. Bill H ud­ son. Each P.E. student was req u ired to attend a swim­ m ing class once a week and was req u ired to pass the B eginners Swimm ing T est before he finished the T h e main objective o f physical education in the school is to insure that every studen t is introduced to physical fitness and developm ent. T h e classes are planned to cover all phases of physical activity in o rd e r to provide everyone a chance to participate in his favorite sport.

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Physical Education MR. ROBERT CO X—Physical Education; 29 years experience: Lettermen Club, M.A.. Muskingum College. Ohio State University! MR. WILLIAM H U D SO N -Sw im ming Instructor, 17 years experience. Social Committee: M.A., New York University. MISS LUANNE THOMPSON —Physical Education; 11 years experience; Pep Club, GA A, Cheerleaders, B.S., College of the Ozarks.

In swimming class the girls love to splash, even if they do get their hair wet. As Mr. Hudson says, “The wetter the better.”

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Marty Hurt shows her skill on the balance beam, while Nancy Murray proves a relaxing sport can be trampolinirig.

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Special Aids MR. ROBFRI KOCH —Remetlial Reading; 1 years experience; B.A.. Pennsylvania Slate rcachers College. MISS OWEN l,\'l.ES —Cuidanee Counselor; 7 years experi­ ence; M A., North Texas Slate I'niversity, Texas Technological College, University oi New Mexico, Northwestern I'niversity. MRS. JOSEPHINE OAKES —.St hool Nurse; 2 years experience; M.N., Skidmore University, Yale University. MRS. JOYCE OESON —Speech Therapist; 3 years experience; B..<\., Northeast Oklahoma Stale College, L'niversity oT New Mexico. DR. DL'ANE SMTEH —Director ol (iuidance; 10 vears experience; Ed.D., Chadron State Teachers (iollege. University o f Nebraska. MR. .'M'DIE WOOlf.-^RD —Cuidanee Counselor; 7 years experience; M.A., Mid­ western University, Southwestern State Teachers College. In a J u n io r g u id a n c e c o u le r e n te . Miss I.vies gives Shiela Ross p oin ters o n cou rses sh e will n e e d for her vocation .

Mr. W ood ard h elp s .Art D o u g h e rty plan a sc h e d u le that will h e n e fit him in th e futu re.

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Service to School Vital As in years past, the custodial and cafeteria staffs continued to provide im p o rtan t services to the students o f LAHS. M aintenance and re p a ir o f the building an d classroom facilities took a m ajor portion o f th e tim e o f the custodians. T h e task o f the cafeteria staff was one ap p reciated by m any students. A hot lunch provided a needed boost to many students, especially on cold w inter days. H ighlights o f the year for the custodial and cafeteria staffs included seeing Archie ru n to avoid being tram pled after o p en in g the school doors to a stam peding stu d en t body trying to escape the cold, and the com petition the cafeteria was forced to face by freq u en t club-sponsored bake sales.

The custodial staff consists o f .Antonio Garcia, Emilio Greigo. and Emilio Martinez.

FRO N T ROW : SEC O N D RO W :

Archie Medina, Jose Gomez, Beatrice Carter, Tidel Sandoval, Pedro Atencia, Hector Atencio,

Mr. Jose Gomez and Mr. Archie Medina beautify the Los Alamos High School campus by planting young shade trees. Mrs. London C a fe te r ia H e a d

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Student Life Water Recreation T h e Jem ez M ountains, sprinkled with splashing stream s and f ish stocked lakes and reservoirs, together with the Rio G rande combine to offer Los Alamos and h er neighbors a variety o f places for water recreation. Rustic cam ping grounds and shady picnic sites near the water are only twenty miles from the town. H ere tourists o r cam pers can enjoy the sunny beauty o f vivid wild flowers along with the cool darkness of dense forests. Fishing is a sport that is popidar everywhere, and the residents of Los Alamos have many fish-filled waters at their disposal. Am ong the m ore well known are Fenton Lake, high in the Jem ez, and the Los Alamos Reservoir. For a com plete change of scenery the Rio G rande offers rough, sandy hill country and deep, water-cut canyons. This fam ous river, usually soft and sleepy, becomes a rushing to rren t d u rin g the spring m onths. C ontrary to the popular belief that New Mexico is an arid region, the Jem ez M otintains stand otit as a delightful water recreation area.


September Again Opens N ew School Tear Once again Seplenibet brought the o p en in g of a new school year. It wasn’t long before the students of l.AHS were well acquainted witli J o n L u n n - t h e AFS exchange student from South Africa, and Xiinena R om ero f rom E cuador, who is a house guest of tlie Jesse Rose family of Los Alamos. O ne aspect of student life typical of the begin­ ning of every school year was the senior girls flash­ ing bright smiles at the sophom ore boys! A wide variety of activities provided the students with many opportunities to become friencfly with the new er m em bers of the school.

Student Council officers Joe Daly and Richard Robyn give this year’s exchange students a warm welcome.

Making good use of her study hall, a “required subject” for the first time this year, is junior Donna Beth Stein.

“Silhouettes in Fire”

Preparing a routine to be used in the Homecoming Parade proved to be time-consuming work for the members of the Drill Team.


The serenity of the Christmas season is reflected in the soft glow of the l.uminarias provided by the Publications Department.

Seniors Stacy Williams and Tom Hawthorne reflect on their past three years at LAHS.

Student Life Is Varied and Interesting \ warning to students who ditch â&#x20AC;&#x201D;a dummy hanging on the flag pole!

In an attempt to promote spirit, Pep Club members gave their time to decorate the lobby before games.

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Mr. Larry Clark demonstrates to high school classes a special safety gas as part oi an extra program on lire saletv in all aspects ol life.

At a special assembly early in the year, Dr. Sterling Colgate speaks to the student body on the subject of “Technological Uproar.’’

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A representative from Adams State College speaks to a group of underclassmen on the problems lacing the student about to enter college.

Before one of the games in February, Principal Cieorge Joyce dedicates (iriffith (iym. Katie Anderson demonstrates the many difficult techniques of debate at the Hilltalkers’ Assembly.

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Mr. C:ooley leads the choir and the student body in a chorus of “The Star Spangled Banner” at the opening o f the Veterans’ Day Assembly.

Proudly accepting the award of All-.American Tackle is senior Rick Dvorak. “Behind every excellent athlete there is an excellent coach,” and (^oach Hightower also received a certificate of honor.

Assemblies and Special Occasions Are Among Memories of Days in School Stacy Williams puts in her 1 cent as she gives the Horseman VooDoo Doll a stab. At the pep assembly the cheerleaders finish thejob.

Tom Hawthorne of Ramsey’s Dangling Participles goes up for a quick spike during the championship game of the Homeroom Volleyball Tournament. Despite his valient efforts to guide his team to victory, the other team, Mrs. Mendius' Period 3, copped the 1st place trophy.

Jacques Cartier demonstrates his superb skill in dancing at one of the most entertaining assemblies of the school year.

Singing “The Star Spangled Banner” followed by the Pledge opens all assemblies in the Auditorium.

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“ The Five ol Us” prenide ihe music' lor studcnls dan­ cing to help raise money lor the AFS hind.

T his year Assembly C hairm en Jam es Rogers and Jo h n Agnew saw to it that there was an assembly for every student interest. T h e re were assemblies for those w'ith musical interests —including the CTristmas assembly and a concert given by the ENMU band —as well as for those with scientific interests. Many pep assemblies were also held. O ne of the most enjoyable aspects o f student life was the wide variety o f dances and parties the students could attend th ro u g h o u t the year.

Taking advantage of the delicious refreshments served at the Homecoming Dance are Paul Rickerson, Cheryll Guerrero, Kris Frame, and Kay Strom.

Wide Variety o f Dances and Parties Available Throughout Tear

Desperate boys make a dash for freedom at the Sadie Hawkins Dance. Despite his effo rts to escape, John Wertz is dragged toward Marryn’ Sam by Pat Reade.


Energetic Toppers dance their cares away at the Sweetheart Dance.

The chaperons seem to be getting a big kick out o f smoking the Turkish Water Pipe at the "exclusiveâ&#x20AC;? Senior Dance.

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Is it really the same person? Yes, both iliese are pim nes of jini Bridge, one l)ctore and one after liis famous “'lopper Haircut of the Year.”

Juniors and seniors rush lo fill the many orders shouted at them during a typical half-time raid on the concession stand at a basket­ ball game.

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Bob Hengstenberg is not redecorating his locker! He is collecting these (iifi Stars as part of a worthwhile Key Club project to help the mentally retarded children.

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Students Life Often on Lighter Note

What have we here? Students eye this caieteria lunch curiously.

This “Deer Crossing" sign is provided to help control student traffic. But from the looks of the couples frequently seen in the halls, it should read “Dear Crossing” in­ stead!

Among the many students giving up their free time after school to rehearse for Topper Revue are Art Dougherty, Chip Lilienthal, and Mike Zinolli.

After School Activities Provide Additional Diversions fo r Interested Students Paying no attention to the camera, senior boys labor on in a worth­ while attempt to complete the Senior Class float in time for the Homecoming Parade.

T op p ers m anage to have tun wherever they are, whether on a crowded bus to a game or a' the game itself.

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After exchanging notes, smiles, and bits of the latest gossip, students disperse to their first period classes. Members o f the Student (-ouneil gather in the lobby and anxiously survey the results o f the student body voting on the new Honor Code.

Student Life Begins with First Day T h e first day of school saw the usual crowd of lost sophom ores. T o add to the confusion, all the students had to try to figure out the assortm ent of 4C ’s, 5A’s, and 6B’s on the schedules. A nd then the class times were changed! W inter cam e, bringing plenty of snow for the skiers. A balmy spring followed, and an epidem ic of S pring Fever and Senioritis hit the school. G raduation finally rolled around. With mixed em otions o f regret and expectation, an o th er group o f students said a last “Good-bye” to LAHS.

Mr. Eikleberry’s biology students make use of their green thumbs while transferring plants to the new greenhouse.

A fumble during a tense game doomed Ronnie Randolph to carry this football with him wherever he goes during the long school day. An obstacle to anyone’s willingness to learn is the overpass, which many students must cross every day to get to school!


I.oyal Topper supporters gather around the flag pole early in the morning to cheer the Topper team on to another victory.

Final Look at School and Tear Completes Coverage of Student Life at L A H S

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Groady Day in the band room, as shown by these two very groady girls!

Displaying his Science Fair project on Plasmoid Interactions is Ross Lemons.

The halls o f LAHS are pictured in a rare moment of emptiness

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Bandelier B andelier National M onum ent provides a typical setting o f the early Southwest. H ere the wilderness, undisturbed except for the addition o f dirt paths and shady trails, can be enjoyed in its natural state. T h e park has m any old and lovely attractions, am ong which are the Indian ruins. H ere are the rem ains of an ancient civilization, including an u n d erg ro u n d structure once used for religious cerem onies, and a circular pueblo that once served as an apartm ent building for nearly 500 people. T h e m ajor attractioit o f B andelier is the Cerem onial Cave. Dug high in the tufa cliffs, it was once the site of ancient religious meetings. I'he ca\e, difficult o f access, may be reached only by walking along a foot path and clim bing rough-hew n ladders over the last few yards. T h e park also offers an abundance o f natural beauty. Enorm ous cliffs of apricot and rose, drap ed with brilliantly colored lichens, form a Zion that would be world fam ous if it could be m ore easily reached.


Senior Trip Spirit High Despite Weather

Those who want to tind a good gossip session or just a place to get together head for the pool, headquarters for all activities at Bishop’s Lodge, while a volunteer bunch of seniors try the water during part

of the damp and windy, but very enjoyable 1966 version of the annual Senior Trip.

r ’66 Leroy Pacheco adds a bit of entertainment to the after­ noon with his singing with the Twamps, a group of seniors that provided pool-side music.

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D am p w eather did not dam pen spirits and the 1966 version o f the Senior T rip found nearly 200 m em bers o f the Class o f ’66 m aking use of the facilities o f B ishop’s Lodge for their annual outing. H orseback riding, football, horseshoes, volleyball, soccer, softball, basketball, even swings, teeter-tot­ ters, teth er ball, creek wading, an d n atu re hikes were activities th at su rro u n d ed the swim m ing pool, the center o f occasional dunkings. Live music for poolside dancing was provided by the Tw am ps, a music g ro u p o f seniors with an added underclass vocalist.

Softball or mushball seems to draw the boys for more active fun.

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The Class of 1966 begins its tln ee year high school careers as lowly sopho­ mores in 1i)66.

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High School Tears As th e first class to e n ter into a three-year p rogram from separate ju n io r high schools, the Class o f ’66 was h eralded by the destruction and reb u ild in g o f the LA on B u rn t M ountain. T h e first class effo rt o f high school was the H om e­ com ing float which was aw arded third place. Lat­ er these sophom ores featured one classmate as K hruschev in the well received T o p p e r Revue skit. T h e ju n io r year was one o f spirit and e n th u ­ siasm. T hey produced a first place float in the H om ecom ing parade, innovated selling hot potatoes at football games which tu rn ed ou t to be a huge success, contributed a good class skit with the them e o f “Please, God, Save the Q u e en ” to T o p p e r Revue, and w orked h ard to give the ’65 seniors a w ell-rem em bered prom . Finally seniors, the class again scored a first with its H om ecom ing float and viewed the fu tu re in T o p p e r Revue. Some turm oil came this year as boys forgot to wear socks, but wore beards an d goatees; an u n d e rg ro u n d new spaper ap p eared , and alm ost all types o f situations arose.


Js Honorary ushers Barbara *<oensch and Cathy O ’Rourke lead half of the seniors into Griffith Gym at the be­ ginning o f Commencement.

T h u rsd a y , May 26, was the end o f actual class for seniors and the beginning o f a week of practice, prep aratio ns. Bacca­ laureate, an d finally C om ­ m e n c e m e n t. A n d th u s 269 One of many local scholarships pre­ seniors, the Class o f 1966, sented at graduation is the LULAC participated in the Twentyaward being presented to Bonnie T h ird A nnual C om m encem ent Montoya by Mr. Mojica. J u n e 2. T h e class selected the colors o f b u rg u n d y and silver and the yellow rose. T he class m otto was a quote by J o h n F. Kennedy: “Let the word go fo rth from this tim e and place, to friend and foe alike, th at the torch has been passed to a new generation o f A m ericans.”

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Honor grad Dana Rabideau extends thanks to the Board o f Educational Trustees at Commencement on behalf o f the Senior Class.

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Seniors^ Final Tear Proves Memorable Senior Executive Committee Nancy Dabney S ecreta ry

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A1 Tesche, Dana Rabideau, Doug Seegmiller, Chuck Ramsey, Charles Shafer, S E C O N D R O W : Karla Stein, Sue Partridge, Cheryl Sowder, Nancy Dabney, Lee Ann Petty, Lynn Panowski. T H I R D R O W : Dave Lindblom, Charles Trask, James Lilienthal, Brian Fishbine, Robert Geoffrion.

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T h e last year o f th eir high school career proved to be as m em orable as the previous two had been for the seniors o f Los Alamos H igh School. T h e year began in a sp u rt o f glory with the senior class float taking first place in the H om ecom ing parade. B ut this was ju st the beginning. Later in th e year they again showed their zest for fun and class spirit by p roducing a skit for T o p p e r Revue, th e an nual variety show pu t on by the students. New traditions such as senior keys an d the w orth­ while idea o f leaving the school a piece o f local art work w ere set for next yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s im com ing seniors th ro u g h the efforts o f a well organized executive com m ittee, an d a willing an d h a rd w orking g ro u p o f sponsors, h ead ed by Mrs. Pat M endius. G rad u atio n an d the com pletion o f high school was m ade a reality by the arrival o f the announcem ents. In a ru sh o f enthusiasm and ingenuity the last o f the w ork was finished an d senior trip enjoyed, thus e n d in g a fun an d w orthw hile year fo r the seniors o f

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MARGARE r KAYE ALLEN A re y o u helpirijr w ith th e so lu tio n o r a re y o u th e p ro b lem ?

Drill Learn 2; Olympians 3; Pep Club 2,3,4.

WILLIAM TYLER ALDRICH, HI W o m e n , s o n g , a n d W A T E R — d a r n it!

Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Topper Revue 4; Track 2,3; Swimming 2,3,4.

CATHERINE JULIA ANDERSON " T h e lu c k y n u m b e r o f th e d a y is

Choir 3; All State 3; Debate Club 3,4; Treasurer 4; Hilltalkers 3,4; Treasurer 4; National Forensic League 3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; All State 2,4; Projectionists 2,3; Sing Sing Club 2,3; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

DONALD MARC ANDRUS “H e y D e w a y n e , Y o u ’re o u t o f s te p ’’

Homeroom Volleyball 4.

ELIZABETH KAYE APODACA M o r a ls o v er m in d . W o u ld y o u believe M i n d o v er m orals?

Drill Team 2; GAA 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2; Pep Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3; SCC 2,3,4; Topper Business Club 2,3. EDUMENIO ELIZARDO ARCHULETA

PAUL EMMETT ARGO L ittle J a c h H o m e r sa t in a c o m e r , e a tin g h is ch erry p ie.

Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 4; Olions 3; Science Club 2; Topper Revue 4; Wrestling 2,3. KEITH AVILA

Under the supervision o f Stacy Williams, the senior panel is finally hung by John Trujillo, Stacy, and Mary Ruminer, yearbook staff working on this assignment.


JUD ITH ANN BAXMAN W o r k fa s c in a te s m e . . . I c a n s it a n d look a t it f o r h o u r s!

GAA 2,3; Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2; Olions 2; Olympians 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; SCC 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2. CATHERINE LOUISE BAY N O B O D Y goes h o m e a t n in e !

Drill Team 2; FNC 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,4; Pep Club 2,3; SCC 2,3,4.

STEPHEN EDWARD BEATY I f it d o e sn 't f i t — g e t a b ig g e r ha m m er.

Homeroom Volleyball 4.

AN TOINETTE BEAUCHAMP R o b in , the b a d b ird !

CAA 2; Homeroom Volleyball 3; Olions 3; Pep Club 2,3; Ski Club 3; Topper Business Club 3. SANDRA RAYE BEAUMONT M a y y o u liv e a ll the days o f y o u r life.

Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; National Honor So­ ciety 3,4; Olympians 3,4; Vice President 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; State Commerce Club 2,3; Topper Revue 2,3.

JODY BENSON P a r d o n /. Art Club 2,3; Band 2,3,4; Pep Club 2. CONSTANCE DARLENE BENTON I s till h a v e n ’t seen th a t c u te cow boy a g a in , E v a .

Highlands Day 3,4; Industrial Arts Club 4; Pep Club 2,3; SCC 3,4; Topper Business Club 3. THOMAS CLARENCE BERC Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Olympians 3,4; Vice President; Pro­ jectionists 2,3.

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GENA BERRETT T o e rr is h u m a n __ Homeroom Volleyball 2,4; SCC 3,4. SANDRA KAY BILLINGS A n y b o d y g o t a n extra f o o t I c a n p u t in m y m o u th ? I ’v e g o t both o f m in e in a lr e a d y !!

Band 2,3,4; FNC 2,3,4; President 4; GAA 2,3; Homeroom Volley­ ball 2,3,4; Olions 2,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; SCC 4; Topper Revue 3,4.

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KAREN EAVON lU.ANDEORl) . . W Im l if w e fret c a u g h t ? - I d o n ’t care either. Choir 2,3,4; Historian 4; Drill Team 2,3,4; ENC 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2; CAA 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; SCC 3,4; Sing Sing Club 2; Topper Revue 2,3,4. CHESTER POMEROY BOISE S o lo n g , suckers.

Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4,

SUSAN JUEIANA Bl.ATZ T w o -fa c e d p eo p le g e t f o u r black eyes.

Art Club 3; Band 2; Clef and Lyre 3; Choir 3,4; All State 3,4; Drill Team 3; CAA 2,3,4; Ees Miserables 2,3; Olions 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4. PAULA FAYE BOLTON P u r e o f m in d a n d p u r e o f h eart.

Highlands Day 4; Homeroom Volleyball 4; Majorette 2,3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3,4.

MARLYSS LYNDE BOONE H e y, P a u la , let's g o to S a n ta F e to n ig h t!

JAMES LEWIS BORKENHAGEN / w ish it w o u ld S N O W ! ! ! Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Industrial Arts 2,3,4; Olions 3,4; Pro­ jectionists 3; Ski Club 3,4; Swimming 3; Wrestling 2. THOMAS PHILLIP BOYLE A n y o n e seen a T itle is t 6 . . .

Choir 4; Golf 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; La Loma 4; Lettermen 3,4; Topper Review 4. Using the shade o f the breezeway, stu­ dents from one o f Mr. Cooper’s science classes observe the Ikeya-Seki comet through a telescope.

DENNIS LEE BRANDT I t ’s on ly eleven o ’clock!

Band 2,3; Industrial Arts Club 4; Science Club 2. ADRIAN BRASHEAR “P e o p le g e t h it in th e m o u th f o r th in g s like th a t.’’

Drill Team 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 3; Olions 2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 2; SCC 2,3,4; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 2.

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RALPH LYNN BREWER A r le n e , le t’s kiss a g a in like w e d id la st su m m e r.

Football 2,3.4; All State 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Industrial Arts Glub 2,3; Lettermen 2,3,4; Projectionists 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Basketball 2; Ranker Klub 2.

JAMES EDWARD BRIDGE T h e r e ’s o n e th in g a b o u t baldness; i t ’s neat.

Class President 3; Olions 4; Soccer Club 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; District Student Council 3,4; State Student Council 3,4; Executive Secretary, North Central District 4.

LO N N A A N N BROWN O ka y, so I s o u n d like a bass. I d o n ’t look like one, do I?

Art Club 2; Choir 2,3,4; ETA 3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; Sing Sing Club 2,3; Topper Business Club 2; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

PHYLLIS ANN BRYAN I t is n ’t easy to p u t both f e e t in y o u r m o u th a t th e sa m e tim e.

Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2; Pep Club 2,3.

TERESA ANN BUCHEN I ’d r a th e r be d e a d th a n r e d in the h e a d !

Art Club 4; GAA 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Olions 2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Summit Seedlings 3,4; Chairman 3; Topper Revue 2,3.

RICHARD FREDERICK BUESCHEL H o w h a s b u sin ess been, R e d ?

Industrial Arts Club 4; Science Club 2. MICHAEL STEVEN BURKHEIMER T o the c a b in o r bust.

Soccer Club 2,3; Topper Revue 2,4.

TIM OTHY JOHN BURNS Boys’ State 3; Football 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; La Loma 4; Lettermen 3,4; Lookout 4; National Honor Society 4; Vice President 4; Soccer Club 4; Student Council 4; Wrestling 2,3,4. MARY LAVELLE CALVERT L e t m e c a ll y o u sw eeth ea rt . . . I keep f o r g e t tin g y o u r n a m e.

Choir 2,3,4; Secretary-Treasurer 2,3; All State 1,2; FNC 3; GAA 2; Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2; Most Talented 4; Na­ tional Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2; SCC 3; Sing Sing Club 2,3; Topper Revue 2,3,4. CLAUD NATHAN CAMPBELL T h e r e goes o n e ’s p erso n a lity .

Homeroom Volleyball 3; Olions 2; Projectionists 2,3; Soccer Club 4; Topper Revue 2.

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BONNY JEAN CARl^ON IS life , G le n n ! Choir 4; Drill Team 2; FNC 2,3; GAA 2,3; Secretary 2; Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; SCC 2,3; T op ­ per Revue 4. So

Gl.ORIA ANN CHANG A n Club 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2; Pep Club 2,3; SCC 2,3,4; Topper Business Club 3,4.

LEE VIRGINIA CHAMBERS Class Favorite 3; Class Officer 2; Secretary; ETA 3; Girls’ State 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; International Relations Club 3,4; President 4; Les Miserables 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Secre­ tary 4; Most Outstanding 4; Olions 2,3,4; Rec. Secretary 4; Olym­ pians 3; Orchestra 2,4; All State 2,4; Pep Club 3; Student Council 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4. MARK STEVEN CHERRY H a n g o n s tu p id !

Clef and Lyre 2; Choir 2,3; All State 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Lettermen 2,3,4; Olions 2; Student Council 3; Swimming 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3; Color Guard Captain 3,4.

WILLIAM SAFFORD CHANEY, JR. B u g ye n o t lest ye be bu g g ed .

Science Club 4.

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WAYNE WALTER CIDDIO L A . H . S . is s ec o n d to n o n e , b u t th ir d ,fo u r th , a n d f i f t h to m a n y.

Football 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; Senior Adviser; Lettermen 3,4; Look­ out 4; Olions 2; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Manager 3.

DAVID GORDON CHEZEM I t ’s no m a tte r; each is both the sam e.

Boys’ State 3; Pres. Pro Tempore; Choir 2,3,4; President 3,4; Foot­ ball 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3; Vice President 2; Prom Prince 3; Student Council 2,3; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Track 2. SARAH CLARK GAIL DIANNE COBURN never point the wrong way. Homeroom Vollyball 2; GAA 2,3,4; Olions 2,3; Olympians 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; SCC 2,3,4.

A s y o u slid e d o w n the B a n is te r o f L ife , m a y th e sp lin te rs


NANCY PUTNAM COLE D o n 't look a t m e, sta g e c re w ! I d id n 't kick th a t p illo w !

Highlands Day 4; Hilltalkers 2,3,4; Lookout 4; Editor; Olions 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; SCC 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Student Director 4. NANCY JEAN COWAN GAA 3; Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Les Miserables 3,4; Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Olions 2,3; SCC 3; Spanish Club 2; Topper Revue 3,

CAROLYN COOPER WENDY ELIZABETH COX C om e o n y o u g u y s . . . y e ll!"

Drill Team 2,3,4; ENC 2; ETA 3,4; Historian 3,4; GAA 2,3; Girls’ State 3; Highlands Day 4; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Olions 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; President 4; Powder Puff Basketball 2,3,4; SCC 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

PATRICIA LOU CORDOVA W o u ld y o u b elie ve ! ?!

SCC 3,4. JOHN ROBERT CRISS A r e w e g o in g F r id a y n ig h t?

Homeroom Volleyball 2; Industrial Arts Club 4; Olympians 3; Projectionists 2,3; Science Club 2.

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ROY EDWARD CROMER Band 2,3,4; All State 2,4; Olions 2,3; Orchestra 2,3,4; Topper Re­ vue 2,4.

NANCYJEAN DABNEY J im , th is little " d a b " w ill do ya.

Senior girls display their expert talents during rehearsal for Topper Revue 1966.

Class Officer 3,4; Secretary 3,4; ETA 3; Girls’ State 3; Highlands Day 3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Olympians 4; Pep Club 3,4; Spirit Officer 4; Powder Puff football 4; Student Council 2; T op­ per Revue 2,3,4. LADONNA MAY DAILY L a T u n a . . . T h e L o n e B u f fa lo

Clef and Lyre 3; Choir 3; ETA 3,4; GAA 3; Girls’ State Alternate 3; La Loma 4; Pep Club 3; Student Council 3; Topper Revue 2,3; ETA President 3.


JOSKPH KONRAD DAl.Y Basketball 2; Boys’ Stale Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; l^uerm en 3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Soccer Club 3,4; Student (Council 2,3,4; Vice President 3, President 4; Tennis 2,3,4; (Captain 4; T opper Revue 3,4. (iWKNDOLYN LEE DAVIS W h a t 1 d o n 't do to d a y ca n w a it till to m o rro w .

Drill I'eam 4; FTA 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Summil Seedlings 4; Topper Business Cilub 3.

RICHARD MICHAEL DALY Class Officer 3; Treasurer; Hilltalkers 3,4; Vice President 3; Pres­ ident 4; Lookout 4; Copy Editor; National Forensic League 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Captain o f Color Guard 3; Senior Executive Committee 4; Quill and Scroll 4; U.S. Senate Page 3,4. VICKI LEE DAVIS

THOMAS HENRY DARRELL T h e y s a id il c o u ld n ’t be d o n e, b u t here I am .

Band All State 2; Basketball 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,4.

STANLEY GRAHAM DELANO H e llo , O ffic e r N o rris.

Track 2.

ANNE FONDA DEINKEN “K n o w y o u rs e lf— b u t d o n ’t let an yb o d y else k n o w ."

Drill Team 3,4; FTA 4; President 4; GAA 2,3; Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Secretary 4; SCC 3,4; Summit Seedlings 3; Topper Business Club 4; Topper Revue 3,4. GLORIA ANNE DIAZ L ife is like a n o n io n ; y o u p e e l it o f f o n e la y e r a t a tim e , a n d so m etim es y o u weep.

Chess Club 2; FTA 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; All State 2,3,4; Sing Sing Club 2,3, Secretary 2; Spanish Club 2,3. JAMES FRANK DOMINIC Golf 2; Industrial Arts Club 4; Key Club 3,4; Soccer Club 2,3,4.


CHARLENE DOUGLASS H e y, M o m ! I f y o u w a n t me. I ’ll be d o w n a t J a n ’s.

Band All State 2.3,4; ETA 4; GAA 3,4; President 4; Girls' State Al­ ternate 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 3; Powder Puff Football 4; Powder Puff Basketball 3,4; Captain 3. RICHARD GLENN DVORAK / a D uke ! Basketball 2,3.4; Baseball 2,3,4; Boys’ State 3; Football 2,3,4; Cap­ tain 4; All State 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Key Club 2; Lettermen 2,3,4; Track 4. G oll, a m

LAURELLANNDRLMHILLER T a k e it a w a y, G ra c e !!

Majorette 2; Drill Team 4; GAA 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Topper Revue 2,4. JANET ANNE EDESKUTY I 'l l h a v e y o u k n o w th a t r a c in g strip e a d d s three m iles p e r h o u r, n o t to m e n ­ tio n the y ello w h ea d lig h ts.

Student Council 2; GAA Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Vice President 4; All State 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

MICHAEL PAUL DUGAN G oodbye, W h ite R o c k

Industrial Arts Club 3,4; Projectionists 3. PETER KRENZ EYSTER Football 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 3; Key Club 2,3,4; Lettermen 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3.

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JO HN DONALD FELLERS A b le to le a p f r o m ta ll b u i l d i n g in a s in g le b o u n d • S u p e r W easel.

Basketball 2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; La Loma 3; Lettermen 2,3,4; Vice President 4; Track 2,3,4. For the second year in a row, the Class of ‘66 wins first with their Homecoming float. BRIAN HOWARD FISHBINE I th in k th erefo re D esca n tes exists.

Boys’ State Alternate 3; Chess Club 3,4; Hilltalkers 4; International Relations Club 4; Les Miserables 2,3,4; Lookout 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Olions 3,4; Orchestra 4; All State 4; Science Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Topper Revue 2,4. JEANETTE FISHLER M a y b e I g o t b eat w ith a n u g ly stick, b u t y o u g o t flo c k e d w ith th e w hole fo r e s t!

GAA 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3.


I KANCISJOSKril M l / ( IIlilU)N, |K. O n ly a lig h t cu n go o u t every n ig h t a n il still hr b r ig h t in th e m o rn in g .

^'()<)ll)all 11,1; I loiiKToom Vollcyhall 2,3,4; I.ellciman 1. KRl.S I'.IKIKNK !• RAMI'. D id yon uirech y o u r cu r w h en yo u ra n in to th a t elli, M r . M ille r ?

Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,1; I mlu.sliial A i l s (.Inb 2,3; Riojeilionisls 2,3; Srieme Club 2; Toiiper Revue 4.

MICH AKl, lU.AlR CAl l'NF.Y K R S S . I -190 m i y o u r i l l . ..

Soever Club I; Key Club 4; ropper Revue 4. I.ORINA RAMONA CARCl A llViy do I w a n t to becom e a N U N ? H a v e y o u e ve r checked o u t m y legs? An Club 2; Drill Team 2; CAA 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Rep Club 2,3,4; SCC 2,3,4; Summit Seedlings 2; Topper Business Club 2; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

REARl. NORA GARCIA T e d ...

Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Rep Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; SCC 2,3,4. ROBERT RONAEl) GEOFFRION A tru e m usic lover is a m a n w h o , w h en he hears a w o m a n s in g in g in the

ear to the keyhole. Band 2,3; Boys' State Alternate 3; Student Council 4; Hilltalkers 3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Delegate to New York Conv. 3; Sec. 4; NFL 3,4; Pep Club 4; Swimming 2.

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G U N N RYAN GILBERT Magrnamites 2; Wrestling 2,3. LARRY DOUGLAS GIORGI H e y, M r . B la c k , h o w is the gas?

Band 2,3,4; Chess Club 4; Hilltalkers 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,4; NFL 4; Olympians 3,4; Treasurer 4; Science Club 4.

mm Mary Ruminer, Daryl Panowski, and Cheryl Sowder hand out the senior pictures just before the long Christ­ mas holidays.


VIKl SUE GORE / m ay be stu p id , b u l l su re a m fn e rid ly . Band 2,3; GAA 2: Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; Olions 2; Pep Club 2,3; Sing Sing Club 2; Topper Business Club 2,3. EVA EEE GRANT K ee p lo o k in ', C o n n ie , keep lo o k in ’.

GAA 2,3,4; Highlands Day 3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; s e e 2,3,4; Topper Business Cdub 3,4.

KAREN JO GRAY T h e M a d P u n s te r strikes a g a in !

Ghess eiub 2,3,4; GAA 2; Olympians 3,4. JAMES EDWARD GROVER T h e best a n g le is a stra ig h t an g le.

Band 2,3,4; H oudini Magic Glub 3; Science Glub 4; T op p er Revue 3,4.

i KAREN LOUISE GREENWOOD E a r ly to bed, ea rly to rise . . . d u ll is n ’t it?

GAA 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Olions 2; Pep Glub 2,3,4; Summit Seedlings 2. GHARLES DWIGHT HAEERKAMP over?

Is it really

JAMES DURANT GRIEFIN,JR. H e y N o n e — I h a v e to he hom e a t /II —again! Basketball 2; Baseball 2,3; Boys State 3; Class Vice President 2; Football 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Lettermen 2,3,4; Vice President 2; Treasurer 3; Olympians 4; Student Council 2,3; Topper Revue 3,4. SUSAN GRACE HALL M r s. M o o n lig h t

Band 2; GAA 2,3,4; Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; J.V. Cheerleader 3; Topper Business Club 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

WARREN KEIM HALL " N a t h a n ” H o ll

Football 2; Manager 2; Golf 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 4; Industrial Arts Club 2; Key Club 2,3; Ski Club 4; T reasu rer 4; T o p p er Revue 2,3. THOMAS RUSSELL HAWTHORNE S e n d the d o g o u t. M a t if it com es in w et, w e 'll k n o w it's r a i n i n ’.

Baseball 1,2,3,4; All State 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Captain 4; Foot­ ball 2,3,4; All State 3,4; La Loma 3,4; Lettermen 2,3,4; Most At­ tractive 4; Lookout 4. 67

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Al 1 XIS ANN HI:A 1 II I'filicyout f)i(l{ . . . I .slay al your home or you lake me lo White Ho<k.

A m (MuI) f; Choir 1; Diill Ifiiiii I IA Iloimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;iooiii V'olleyhall :i. l; <)lions L', IVp Cluh 2,!S; SC(; -1; rop|)ci Rcvur 1*A 1 R IU A ANN MICKS / worked live hours on my Eujrlish last uiifhl . . . Oh! Well, wuld you believe IllH E K r i

KNC 4; (iAA 2.S.4; llotiK-roorn Volk-yhall 'J.S,4; IVp C!ub 2,S,4: SC(! 2.S.4; l' o j) j X T Business Club S,4; Sc( relary 4; I o[)pci' Revue 4.

ROBKR l I.KO IIKNC'.S I KNBKR(; W e're ^ o iu fT o u t to spot w h a t, R iek ? ?

Band 2,S; lioineroom Vollevl)all 2.S.4; Induslrial Arts Cluf) 4; Kev C4ub S,4; Letierinen 4; Soccer Club 4; I'ennis 2,S,4; I opper Revue 4. SCANNA KA\ HICKS S o I talk a lot. W h a t else d id G o d f^ v e me?

Choir 4.4: (iAA 2; Homeroom Vollevball 4,4: IVp <4ul) 2,4.4: S(X^ 2,4,4: Sing Sing Club 4: 7'opper Business (]lul) 4; Topper Revue 4.

JOSEPH STEVEN HIl.L D n n k before you d r iv e a n d y o u 'll e n d u p w ith a cop f o r a chaser.

Baseball 3; All State 3: Basketball 3,4; Homeroom \'olleybaII 2,3,4; IxfUermen 3,4.

THOMAS ROBERT HOCKETT W h e n / g et to he six fe e t t a l l . . . Band 2: Homeroom Volleyball 2. STEPHEN WAYNE HODSON Track 2,3.4; Wrestling2.3.

For the first time at LAHS the senior girls voted to have their pictures taken in drapes. Cheryl Sowder poses for her portrait.

RONALD DEAN HOLMES Football 2,3,4; .-Ml Slate 4; Homeroom V'ollevball 2,3,4; Letiermen 2,3,4.

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L A U R A |A \E HOLT / w as horn here. W h a t's y o u r excuse? Chess (;iub 3,4; Vice President 4; Hilltalkers 2,3,4.

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GERRY MICHEAL Hl'BER (>ood th in k in g . D o p e!

Homeroom Volleyball 4; Industrial .Arts Club 4; President 4; Lrack 4.

i MARTIN DALE HUGHES Band 2,3,4; Chess 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Rlanker Klub 2; Key Club 4: Olions 2; Projectionists 2; Ski Club 3,4; Soccer Club 2,3,4; Swimming2,3. ROBERT SYLVESTER HUGHES Baseball 2,3; SCC 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Captain.

DWAYNE EVART HULL Industrial Arts Club 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Key Club 4.

CYNTHIA LEIGH HURT P ity he w h o kn o w s not, a n d k n o w s n o t th a t he kn o w s not.

Band 2; Drill Team 4; FT.A 2; G.AA 2,3,4; Secretary 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; La Loma 4; Olions 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

DALE MAURICEJARVIS L ittle D u ece C o u p

Industrial Arts Club 2,3; Olions 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4. LINDASUE JENSEN L ife is a lw a ys d iffic u lt in p r o p o rtio n to its in te n sity a n d reality.

Highlands Day 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; Pep Club 2,3; SCC 2,3,4; Topper Business Club 2,3,4; President 4. STANLEY COLYER JOHNSTONE D o n 't yo u th in k i t â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a b o u t th a t tim e o f the n ig h t?

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BARRY DONAI.I) JONKS FootBall S.4; All Stale 4; Homeioom Volleyljall Olions ;l,4: I'oppei Revue 2,S,4; Track

Lellerinen 4;

jOSKlMi M IU iA K l. KA TCHTR

RONALD I.KK KKIL I 'd h a v e ra th er been h a m iso m e th a n s m a r t . . . e v e iy m e k n o w s ^ ir is can see better th a n lh e \ th in k .

Baseball S,4; Ilomeroom Volleyball 2,S,4; Industrial Arts Club 4; La l,oma 4; Student C’.ouiul !L JOHN TOWARD KEMML S; Homeroom Volleyball 2,^^,4; Industrial Arts Club 4; Vice President 4; Key C4ub 2,H,4; Soccer Club 4. I'OCJlball

BRADLEY JOE KENNEDY I h a v e been fig h tin g it f o r years a n d I'v e fin a lly licked it.

Homeroom Volleyball 2,4; Industrial Arts Club 4; Science Club 2; Ski Club 3,4. DEBORAH JANE KERNS DEWAYNE CAROL KETCHELL G oodbye, O ff icer N o rris

Industrial Arts 3; Track 2.

Mr. Joyce presents letters o f commenda­ tion for NMSQT to Dana Rabideau, Joe Mariner, Barry Jones, Paul Argo, DougSeegmiller and Joe Daly.

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MICH AEL LAWRENCE KING jM id n ig h t A u to Sales

Homeroom Volleyball 4; Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4; Ski Club 4. LARRY HALDEN KNAPP / fo u g h t the la w . . . Football 2,3,4; All State 4; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Key Club 3,4; I,ettermen 4; Olions 3,4; Soccer Club 3; Topper Revue 3,4; Track 3.

SHIRLEYJEANNE KNIGHT H o n e st, M r . D ickey, m y p u r se is w o rth a lot.

Choir 2,3,4; FNC 4; Topper Revue 3,4. BRUCE JEFFREY KROHN A t th e e n d o f life's rope h a n g s a noose kn o t.

Olympians 4; Science Club 4.

NANCY CATHERINE KNOBELOCH / h a v e o ften regretted m y speech; n e ve r m y silence. Choir 3,4; FTA 4; Librarian 4; GAA 3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,4 La Loma4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4. RAPHAELJOSEPH LABAUVE, HI Industrial Arts Club 4; Lettermen 3,4; Track 2,3,4.

GLORIA ANN KORTE W o u ld y o u believe'? Y o u w o u ld n ’t? W e ll, h o w a b o u t.

Drill Team 2; Pep Club 2; SCC 2,3,4. DIANE LAMKIN H ey, T o m m y , h o w come w e alw a ys e n d u p g o in g the w r o n g w ay o n a back w a rd s street?

Choir 3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4; FTA 3; GAA 2,3,4; Homeroom Volley ball 2,3,4; La Loma 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; SCC 2,3.

FRANCINE MARGARETTE LAWRENCE / try h a rd er. Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; La Loma 4; Olions 3; Sing Sing Club 2. MARK COLLINS LEACHMAN H e y , N i p ! W h e n they kick us o f f u p here, le t’s s k i T aos

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JOHN DKl.MON I l.KKM.KK H om eiooin Volleyball Klankcr Klul> 2,3; Lenermen 3,4; OlioMS 2,3,4; Pep (llul) 4; .Sdeiue (3ul> 4; Topper Revue 3,4; Wreslliiijr 1,3,4. BARKARAJE.SSIF. LEHMAN

ROSS AEAN LEMONS H e w ho la u g h s last h a d it exfilained .

National Honor Society 4; Science Club 4; Vice Pre,sidcnt 4.

JAMES HAWOR EH EIEIENTHAL Y o u h a v e to be d u m b to be a s w im m e r

Band 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Eettermen 3,4; Soccer Club 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Tennis 2; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4. DAVID NORMAN EINDBEOM Basketball 2,3; Boys’ State Alternate 3; Class Concession’s Chair­ man 4; Football 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Vice President 4; Olions 2; Pep Club 4; Student Council 4; Topper Revue 3,4; Track 3; Wrestling 3.

CONRAD HENRY LONGMIRE Homeroom Volleyball 4; Olions 2,3; Ski Club 2,3,4; President 4; Soccer Club 4; Tennis 2; Topper Revue 3,4. JAMES ROBERT LORY T h in g s are lo o k in g up.

Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Eettermen 3,4; Track 3,4; Wrestling 3.

JONATHAN HILARY LUNN M y h a ir is cu rly, n o t kin ky.

Hilltalkers 4; Homeroom Volleyball 4; Ski Club 4; Soccer Club 4; President 4; Swimming 4; Topper Revue 4. DAVID RAY LYON G ra y D o d g e D a r t s — B r e a k fa s t o f R e d C hevelles.

Band 2,3,4; All State 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,4; SCC 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Topper Business Club 2,3. JULIETTE JO ANN LYON N o th in g kills love like a n overdose o f it.

Choir 4; GAA 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Homeroom Volley­ ball 2,3,4; La Loma 4; Lookout 3; Olions 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3.


NORMAN I,1.0YD MAC MANN I t ’s o v e r —f i n a l h .

Band 4; International Relations Club 2; Wrestling 2. jO E ASA MARINER

LAWRENCE EDWARD MAESTAS Baseball 4; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Key Club 4. JOHN MARSHALL, III F reedo m o f the Press

Les Miserables 3,4; Olions 3,4; President 4; Ski Club 3; Soccer Club 2,3,4; President 3; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Topper Revue 3,4.

CHARLES EDWARD MANGER, JR, S k i trip ? W h a t ski tr ip ? !

Choir 3,4; Lettermen 3,4; Projectionists 2,3; Ski Club 3,4; Track 2,4

CHRISTINE MATLACK O h, n o th in g 's g o in g on in the d a rk room , M r . Y o u n g —j u s t a little extra ch em ica l a ctio n !

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Art Club 2; Chess Club 2; Clef and Lyre 3; Choir 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2; Houdini Magic Club 3; Vice President 2; Lookout 4; Olions 2,3,4; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

The Cymbelles, composed o f senior girls, perform their act of a dancing routine for Topper Revue.

STEPHEN LESLIE McCARTNEY I g r a te fu l a m e d u c a tio n th a t th r o u g h o u t teachers m y h a v e me ta u g h t to th in k clearly.

Golf 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 4; Lettermen 4; SCC 4; Soccer Club 3. PAUL EUGENE McGUlRE M a y b e w h a t's his fa c e c a n te ll yo u .

Highlands Day 3; Key Club 3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Topper Business Club 2,3,4; SCC 2,3,4.


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H.md Olioiis I o|)[)er Revue I*,.3,4.

O rdicstia 3,-); All Stale 4; Sd cm e Cliil) 1;

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MICIIAl-LRAY MKANS H eaiix, heeji il warm..

Hoys’ Stale 3; Homeroom V'olleyball 3; I.ookoiil 4: Inieinational Relations CItil) 3; Key OInl) 3,4; National Honor Soeiety 2,3,4; Soe(ei C.lnl) 3,4; 4 oppei Revue 3.

BAR B AR A ) KAN Mt K( ) \ VN

Band 2,3,4; All Stale 4; Highlands Day 3,4; Ordiesira 4; SCC 2,4; I'oppci Revue 4. RUSSKI.l. NELSON MILLER T r y to fo r g e t th a t exfierience.

Golf 2; Homeroom Volleyhall 2,3,4; Indusliial Arts Club 3; Key Club 3.

KENNETH EUGENE MEADERS K ee p quiet u n til y o u ’xie got a leg itim a te g rip e: th en g o s tra ig h t to the top.

JOHN MONEY H e y ! B a tm a n .

Football 2,3; Wrestling 3. BONNIE CECILIA MONTOYA Y o u do the p h ilo s o p h iz in g a n d I 'l l ta ke y o u r w o rd j o r it.

Band 2,4; Hilltalkers 3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Olions 2; Olympians 4; Spanish (>lub 3; Vice President 3; Topper Revue 4.

BONNIE CECILE MILLS iLs crackers to slip a ro z o r the dropsy in snide.

Band 2.3; FNC 3; Pep Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3. STEVEN LAWRENCE MINER A w , go pe el a g ra p e.

Homeroom Volleyball 2,4; Klanker Klub 2,3; Treasurer 3


MARCiAH ^:T MAR\' MONTOYA ROBIN LUCILLE MOTTAZ B ig K a h u n a

Drili Learn 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; Olions 3,4: Pep Club 2; Topper Business Club 3; Girls’ Track 4.

TOM O. MOORE B u t I w as o n ly g o in g one w ay.

Baseball 3; Basketball 2: P'ociball 2,3; Letiermen 4; Track 2. KATHLEEN LEE MULLINS B e in g sh o rt is n ’t so b a d — i j y o u 're lo o k in g a t it f r o m the ta ll p o in t o f view .

Drill Team 2,3,4; GAA 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder PuIT Football 4; SCC 3,4; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 2.3.4.

PA LRICIA KAY MORTON PATRICIA MARIE MURPHY Drill Team 2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Olions 3,4; Pep (dub 2,3,4; SCX; 2,3,4; Topper Business (dub 3; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

NANCY KATHERINE MURRAY H e 's a ll rig h t f o r a boy.

Choir 2; Swimming 2. Jack Fellers and Sue Partridge demonstrate their dancing talent at a Senior Dance.

ARTHUR SCOTT MURRAY Band 2. SYLVIA MARIE NACHLINGER W e ll, i f I c a lle d the w r o n g n u m b e r, w h y d id y o u a n s w e r the ph o n e.

Class Favorite 2,3; Girl State 4; Homecoming Court 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; J.V. Cheerleader 2; Most Attractive 4; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder PuIT Football 4; Summit Seedlings 4; Student (Council 2,4; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Head Cheerleader 4.

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Hey, Midi, (.oadt is sfni'udni^slorics ahouf you and Sa/ly afrain. Hoinemotn X'ollcybiill Imlustriiil Ails(!lul) Key ( Jiil) S, 1; I-cttcniifi) S. 1; IV|) ( !lul) 4; VVi ‘2,3.4. I.FS l KR RAL P H N O R M A N . )R.

I'm loo lin’d! Ski ( !lul) ‘2 .3,4; So( ( e r ( iliih 3,4; 1l oj i u ' mo m VollcvLall 3; 1ruhislrial Ans(;iul)3,4.

PA I RICIA ANN OAKLS M y hear! bleeds {m rfd e kool-ade.

Band 2.3.4; Choir 4; (iAA 2.3; Hilltalkers 3,4; Homeroom Volleyl)all 2,3.4; Lookout 4; Oiions 2,3,4; Best Supporting Adress 4; Pej) C.lul) 2,3.4; Powder I’uU Baskeli>all 3; Sing Sing Cluh 2,3; ropj)er Revue 2,3.4. JKAN MARIK (Kd.K h'.urofie, here I come.

Pep Club 2; DrilLLeam 2.

SHARON ANN O’KEKFK I hn o u ' I look like a sophom ore, but, honest. I 'm not.

KNC3: Pep Club 4. MICHAEL ALAN OSBORN Hilltalkers 4; Swimming 2,3,4. PAULINA FRANC.e s OSBORN Choir 4; (iAA 2,3,4; Sports Head 4; Highlands Dav 3: Home­ room Volleyball 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; SCXi 3; Sing Sing (ilub 3; Spanish Club 2,3; Topper Business (ilub 4; Topper Revue 4.

P'oreign student, Jon l-unn, explains the rules o f soccer in the Club Assembly.

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GEORCiE CHRISTI AN OVER EON International Relations Club 3; Ke\ C:iuh 3,1: Soccer Club 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4. MICHAELJOSEPH OWEN Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Industrial .Arts Club 3.4; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 3,4.

CHARLES MICHAEL PACHECO T he B ear

Band 4; Basketball 2,3; Choir 4; Homeroom \ ’olleyball 2; Student Council 2; Topper Revue 4. DARYL ANNE PANOWSKI H a p p m e s s is n o t h a v in g to sh a re h u ir c u r le rs !

Choir 3,4; FT.4 2,3,4; Vice President 4; C.A.A 2,3; Girls' State .Alter­ nate 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; La I.oma 4; Business Manager 4; National Honor Society 3,4: Olympians 2,3,4: Treasurer 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3,4.

FRANCIS LEROY PACHECO / th in k T m ja i l i n g in love. Basketball 2,3,4; Best Personality 4; Class Favorite 2; Class Olficer 2; President 2; Football 2,3,4; Captain 4; .All State 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Leltermen 2,3,4; Student Council 2; Track 2,3,4; Captain 4. LYNN EILEEN PANOWSKI H a p p in e ss is n o t h a v in g to buy curlers.

Choir 3,4; CA.A 2,3; Girls' State .Alternate 3; Homeroom Volley­ ball 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Olym])ians 2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Topper Revue 3,4.

FRANCES P.Al.I.ONE .■ill S t. M ik e 's g u ys a r e n 't" th a t" hud.

Drill Team 3; C.A.A 2; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Pep Club 3; Top[x;r Revue 2. CATHERINE SUE PARTRIDGE O n e m ore tig h t sq u eeze like th a t a n d w h ere w ill w e be'l

•Art Club 3,4; Choir 4; Drill I'eam 3; C.A.A 3: Homeroom Volley­ ball 3,4; l.es Miserables 3; Olions 2,3,4; Best Supporting .Actress 3; Pep Club 3,4; Prom Princess 3; SCC 4; Sing Sing Club 2; Student Council 4: Fopper Revue 3,4; Mistress ol (iercmonies 4; Winner ol Betty Crocker Lest 4.

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SUSAN NANCY PK I KRSON j list ca ll m e Pete.

Choir 4; KNC S; Highlands Day 2.H: Homeroom \'o!leyhaIl 2; Pep Club S: SCC 2.S,4. I.EF. ANN PF/I r v Best Personalitv 4; (4as,s Favorite 4; Drill Feam 4; F'FA S,4; (FAA 2.S.4: V'iee President 4; Highlands Day 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Fa Foma 4; National Honor Society 3: Pep Club 2.3,4: Spirit O llicer 4; Powder i'ull Footl>all 4; S(X; 2,3,4; Stiuieni Couiuil 4; Fopper Revue 2,4.

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LINDA KAY l*()R I KR / am r i^ h l no one rem cm hers; w h en I a m w r o n g no on e jo rg els. An (;iul) llislori.tn ‘L l-Nd !i; Hoincrooni VollcyLall L\!^,L (;AAl>,:L LOIionsLL iV|> ( ;iuh l : SCC 2.;^.-L W hni

DANA R R K S C O r r RAHIDKAl' lLisc‘l)aII Homeroom X’ollevhall 4; National Honor So(iety !i.4; Studcml (annuil 4.

I HOMAS RICHARD RRINCK CHARLKS MOR LENSEN RAMSEY Hoys’ State 3; Class Vice President 4; Lettcrmen 1,2,3,4; Most 'Ealemed 4: Olions 2,3,4; Orcliestra 2,3,4; All State 1,2,3,4; Prom Chairman 3; Student Ca)uncil 3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; (a)-(>aptain 4; Popper Revue 2,3,4; Master or Ceremonies 4.

ANN ELIZABETH RASMUSSEN Band 2,3; ETA 2; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Les Miserables 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Spanish Club 4; Secretary 4.

MARK LYNN RAYBURN KATHLEEN ANN REINIG L o v e is R i n k \.

GAA 4; Homecoming ('ourt 4; Pep Club 4; Topper Revue 4.

PAUL EUGENE REXROTH Band 3; Boys’ State Alternate 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; In­ dustrial Arts Club 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Projectionists Club 3; Soccer Club 4; Student Council 4; Swimming 2.

Seniors search the streets and alleys for objects that might further school spirit. In this case, they found them in the streets.


LINDA DARE RICK ROCHELLE IANENE RICHARD Y e s ,J im m y , I 'm jo r rea l!

Drill Learn 2,3,4; CAA 2,3,4; Homeroom V'oIIevball 2,3,4; Captain 2; La Loma 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; SCC 2,3; Popper Business Club 3; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

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Art Club 4; President 4; ETA 3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Homeroom Volley ball 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Powder Puff Football 4.

CONSTANCE AMIZETTE RIEDEL ROBERT ELDON RILEY, )R. H o n e b u t th e b ra ve deserve to pass.

Olympians 3,4.

PAULAJANE ROBYN A l l rig h t, M a rly ss — b u t n o n e o f th a t tog eth ern ess ja z z .

Band 3; Homeroom 3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Pep Club 2; SCC 3,4; Sing Sing Club 3; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

JAMES DEXTER ROGERS Boys’ State 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3; Soccer Club 2,3; Student Council 2,3,4; Swimming 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4. DONALD GERARD ROHWER L ook o u t f o r the u n c h a in e d H A M M E R .

Homeroom Volleyball 2; Olions 3; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

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MARIA LOURDES DELIA ROMERO T ootsie W oo lsie . . . g o o d bye!

Band 2; Pep Club 3,4; SCC 3,4. NANCY VIVIAN HELEN ROMERO T o m D . is m y cowboy fr i e n d , G a ry !

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SVI VIA RAMONA ROMKRO / s a id a ,\if> —n o t a ih u fr -a -lu fr!! n n ir r c a n i2 , l; C.AA 2 ^ ; Pep Clul) 23.1; Powder PiifI Fooihall 4. MARY I KRKSA RUMINKR W a tc h o u t loheti he takes his i;lm ses ojf.

Art Clul) 3,4; Drill Peam 2; (lAA 2,4; Highlands Day 2,3; Home­ room Volleyball 2,4; I.a I.oma 4; Olions 4; Pep Club 2,4; Powder PnIT Basketball 2,4; Powder Pull Football 4; ,SCC 2,3; Ski Club 4; I oppei Business Club 3; Popper Revue 3.

KA I HI.EF:N FAULKNER ROSE I'v e been w a itin g f o r C a n d id C a m era f o r 'tears.

Oliotis 2; s e e 2,4; Spanisb Club 3; President 3; Topper Revue 2,3,4. NOEL HOWARD RUNYAN

KAY HELEN ROUSH S o — they c a n ’t g et m e f o r c u r fe w a n y m o re !

Drill Team 2,3,4; GAA 3,4; Treasurer 4; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Topper Revue 3,4.

CHARLES ARTH UR SCHEI RERG V o lksw a g en — b rea k fa st o f E v e r y th in g . . .

Band 2,3,4; All State 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Les Miserables 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; All State 2,3; Soccer Club 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4. LINDA ELAINE SCHOFIELD S h e ’s M o u th : \ ' m M u m b le s .

FRANK LEROYSANDOVAL M a n , is it f i n e ! ! !

MARTHA JEAN SCARBROUGH W h e n in d o u b t . . . D O N ’T !

Band 3,4; FNC 4; GAA 4; Homeroom Volleyball 3; Pep Club 4; s e e 3,4; Topper Business Club 4; Topper Revue 4.

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MARI.A (; a y SCH()0LC:RAFT A n d ju s t w h a t’s w r o n g w ith b e in g s m a ll, m ay I ask?

GAA 2; Sing Sing Club 2; Secretary 2; Topper Business Club 2,3; Historian 3. DOUGLAS SEECMII.LER W e ll, you see, h o n ey. / com e fr o m a lo n g lin e o f bachelors ... Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Class Vice President 2; tilass Presi­ dent 4; Football 2,3,4; .All State 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Les Miserables 2,3; Lettermen 2,3,4: Most Outstanding 4; National Honor Society 4; Student Council 2,3,4.

LYNDA GAYLE SCOTT / w a lk they h a v e Clef and Lyre 2; Choir 2.

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h id d e n a tr a p J o r me.

AMADITO G1LBERTO SEGURA

PATSY ANN SCOTT I 'd r a th e r be d e a d th a n r e d o n the h e a d . . .

Homeroom Volleyball 2,4; Pep Club 2,3; SCC 2,3,4. SHARON SUE SHADDEN M a r s h a ll, b r in g on the Y a m a h a .

Pep Club 2; SCC 2.

CHARLES LEON SHAFER M r . M o o n lig h t.

Golf 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Vice Presi­ dent 4; Student Council 4; Topper Revue 3,4. The strong support the seniors gave to the Toppers this year is demonstrated in this pep assembly before the Valley High game.

DEBORAH GAYLE SHANNON Y o u m ea n sch o o l w a s n ’t m e a n t to be a p a rly?

Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; Olions 2,3,4; SCC. 3,4. RAY ARTHURSHOPP A w a y w e A u - G o - G o ! S e e y a S cru b s.

Band 2,3,4; Lettermen 3,4; Orchestra 2,3; Swimming 2,3,4; CoCaptain 4; Topper Revue 3.

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SUSAN IIARRIKI SHOPP ('.an you h a n d le it"?

Hand I• N(; !i.l; Vi(t‘ Rrcsidcnl I; I loinciooin Vollcyl)aII S. J; Olions 3.-1; IVp ( ilul) .‘^,1: I oppcr Rrvnf I. F.RNKS r 1). SMI I II I IV/f.S' / ! Haschall 22^4; Haskt‘tl)all 2,S,4; Kooiball Homeroom Volleyhall 2,S,1; Rev ( iluh 1; 1.elletmen 2,3,4; I oppei liusiness Clnh 3,1. H e s a id I 'd n e v e r la ti h h im , h u t n e v e r fe a r

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I ROHKRI H.SMI I II Fooihall 2.3; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4. VVH I.IAM HKN rON CONWAY SMI'I H Haiui 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Pep (3ub 4; Ski Club 4; Soccer Club 3,4; Topper Husine.ss Club 4; Topj>er Revue 2,3.

MARY INKZSNIEZKK 117/0 m e f Oiions 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Topper Business Club 3,4; Vice Presi­ dent 4; Popper Revue 2,3,4. CAROL ANNE SOWOER I'm C arol, not C heryl.

CiAA 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; La Loma 2,4; Oiions 2,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Pufi Basketball 2; SCC 2.3; Ski Club 4: 4'opper Revue 2,4. CHERYL l.EESOWDER I'tn C heryl, not Carol.

(i.AA 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; La Loma 3,4; Editor 4; National Honor Society 4; Oiions 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Basketball 2; SCX' 3,4; Student Council 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Make-it-with-Wool District Winner 2,3.

Mary Ruminer and )im Wimberley give up their study halls to help decorate the first Christmas tree in the cafeteria under the supervision ol Ronnie CieolTrion.

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LIBRARY RARLAJEAN STEIN

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO

M a n ’s lo ve is m a n 's life a th in g a p a rt; 'tis a w o m a n ’s w hole existence.

Class Treasurer 2; GAA 2,3,4; Girls’ State 3; Homecoming Court 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; J.V. Cheerleader 2,3; Head 3; Olions 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; SCC 2,3,4; Student Council 2,4; Secretary 4; Topper Revue 3,4; Varsity Cheerleader 4. LORRAINE KAY STEPHENSON Band 2; GAA 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Olions 2; Oiy pians 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Ski Club 4.

WILLIAMJORDAN STEWART D o n ’t try it.

MARTHASWICKARD Art Club 2,3; Band 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,4; Topper Revue 3.

DAVID MICHAELSTOMS N e v e r p u t o f f u n til to m o rro w w h a ty o u ca n a v o id d o in g alto g eth er.

Basketball 3; Golf 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Captain 4 National Honor Society 3,4; Soccer Club 3,4. EDWARD PAUL TAYLOR R e m e m b e r y o u g u y s . . . keep a coo! head.

PAUL RALPH STROM N o th a n k s, C oach, I ’d ra th e r sit h ere a n d w a tch the cheerleaders.

Basketball 2,4; Choir 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Lettermen 3,4; C hairm an, .Awards C om m ittee 4; N ational H onor Society 4; Track 3,4. SALLY JEANNE TAYLOR / h a v e d a rk roots b u t . . . GAA 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Majorettes 2,3,4; Head 4 Pep Club 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

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ALLAN EDWARD TESCHE I a m a f ir m b e lie ve r in fr e e d o m o f the press.

Boys’ State Alternate 3; Class Treasurer 3,4; Highlands Day 3; Homeroom Volleyball 3; Lookout 3,4; Editor 4; Student Council 4; Topper Revue 3,4. LAWRENCE THOM AS THOMSEN R e m e m b e r th e A la m o .

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rO N l KAREN I HOMAS An Club :^A : Drill IVam I \ A 2.3.4; (;AA 2.3: <urls’ Stale* Alteriialt* 3; Homeroom X'ollcvball 3.4; Ees Misc'rables 3,4: Naiioiial Honor Society 3.4; Olious 3,4; Rep C4ub 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Secretary 4; Topper Revue 3,4. VERNON EEE TREXLER.JR. L .A . is n ’t (lead; it is a little b e h in d P o in t H a rro w , A la s k a p e rh a p s, h u t n ot dead.

Football 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Key (3ub 4; Ski (4ub 4.

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(iAA 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Pep Club 2; SC:C 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Topper Business Club 4; Lopper Revue 2.

JOHN B. TRUJILLO C iv iliz a tio n is a g o o d idea — S om ebody o u g h t to sta rt it.

Clel and Lvre 2,3: Choir 2,3,4; Class Officer 3; Concessions Chair­ man; Football 2,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; La Loma4; Lettermen 4; Olions 2,3,4; Student Council 3; State and District Student (a)uncil 3: Topper Revue 2,3; Wrestling 4. MICHAEL ANTHONY TRUJILLO L e t’.s g e t it on P A R D U !

Football 2: Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 3,4; Key (3ub 3,4; Lettermen 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3; Wrestling 2,3,4.

Mike Gaffney, Jon Lunn, and Mark Leachman show off their cultured background with an array of a lace tablecloth, flowers and candles.

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Band 2,3; Cdiess ( ’.lub 4; Homeroom Volleyball 2.4: Orchestra 2,3,4; Section Leader 4; 4'ennis 2,3,4. JAN'L A D E L K l’LKRV T h e y expect us to becom e in te llig e n t, resp o m ih le , rese n ted college H A 3.4; Secretary 3; Homeroom V'ollevball 2; Lookout 4.

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ARLENE CECILI A URIZAR T h e tro u b le w ith h o m e w o rk is th a t it's a lw a ys d u e the d a y before i t ’s done.

CAA 2,3; Highlands Day 3.4: Homeroom Vollevball 2,3.4: Pep (4ub 2,3: Student C'ouncil 2,3. ROBERT JOSEPH VANCiEMERT. JR H .H .H . L im ite d .

Basketball Manager 2,3,4; Debate ('.lub 3; NFL 3; Highlands Day 2; Hilltalkers 3: Treasurer 3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; La Loma 4; Student Council 3; State Student Council 3.

GLORI A LOUISE VELASCO C a rly le sa id , “A lie c a n n o t liv e ." I t sh o w s th a t he d id n o t k n o w h o w to tell them .

Art Club 4; CiAA 2,3; Homeroom 2,3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; .All State 2,3,4; Pej> Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

(;ARV WACXiONKR MICHAEL LEO WALDSCHMIDT H e w ho alw a ys p lo w s a stra ig h t ju r r o w is in a rut.

Hilltalkers 4: NFL 4; Soccer Club 4; Baseball 3. SANDRA WATT Too bad fo r yo u !

FNC 2; GAA 2,3: Homeroom Volleyball 2: l.es Miserables 4; Olions 2,3,4; Orchestra 2.

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CATHLEEN JO WEAVER T h e M o u s e th a t R o a re d .

Choir 4; ETA 2; (i.AA 2,3,4: Highlands Day 3: Homeroom X’olleyball 2,3,4: La Loma 4; Olions 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; SCC 3; Ski Club 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4.


JOSKPII UKRNARI) VVKBKR B e tte r to h a v e tr ie d to do som ethiujjr a n d fa d e d , th a n to h a v e tr ie d to do n o th in g a n d succeeded.

Kooihall Manager (iom eroom VolIeyl>all 2 , ‘^ \ I.a Loma ‘1; Ix'ttermen 3,4; Riojedionisis 3,4; Studenl Couiuil 2; Wrestling Manager 2,3,4. JOHN I.ORF.N WKR I'Z llom eioom Volleyball 2,3; I.etiermen 3; I raek 3; Wrestling 2,3.

RICHARD MARK WKIN I RAUB T h e T , B o b ! !!

Band 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Industrial Arts (4ub 4; Key C4ub 4; Topper Revue 3,4. JANE TOliISF. W HKRRHT (dioir 3,4; F'TA 3; Highlartds Day 4; Homeroom Volleyball 3,4; Fa Foma 3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Corresponding Secretary 4; Olympians 3; Topper Revue 2,3,4.

CHFRRI FIFEEN WENSFAY I'm c o n v in c e d th a t the o n ly w a y to w a k e u p w ith a sm ile in th e m o r n in g is to g o to bed w ith a h a n g e r in y o u r m o u th .

Choir 4; FTA 3; Olympians 2; Pep Club 2; Sing Sing Club 2; Topper Revue 4.

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JAMES WILLIS WIl.HELM PATSY MARIE WILLIAMS H e y , L u c e ro , le t’s d itc h !

FNC 2; GAA 2,3; Homeroom Volleyball 2; Pep Club 2.

ROBERT LAWSEN WHITMORE Band 2,3,4; All State 2,4; Hilltalkers 3,4; NFL 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; O lym pians 3,4; O rchestra 3; All State 3; T o p p er Revue 2,3,4. GEORGIA ANN WILDER .Anybody w a n ta rej'?

WILLIAM WALTER WHITE / c a n ’t g e t no sa tisfa ctio n .

Choir 4; GAA 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Sports Head 4; Homeroom Vol­ leyball 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Olions 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Basketball 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; Spanish Club 3; Student Council 3; Topper Revue 2,3,4.


STACIE ANN WILLIAMS T h e y la u g h e d w h e n I ca m e in w ith m y sh o rts o n b u t w h en I sa t d o w n they split.

Choir 2,3: Drill I earn 2,3,4; CiAA 2,3,4: Homecoming Queen 4 Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; j.V . Cheerleader 3; La Loma 3,4 Ohons 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 4; SCC 2,3,4 Topper Revue 2,3; Varsity Cheerleader 4. MARGARET ELLEN WOHLBERC; Band 2,4; Highlands Day 3; Homeroom \^)lleyball 3; Olions 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4.

JAMES WILLIS WIMBERLEV W h e n e v e r y o u are sincerely p le a se d y o u a re n o u rish ed .

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Art C4ub 4; Band 2; GAA 3; Pep Club 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4

LINDAJEAN WITTEMAN W r a p h im u p . T i l take him .

FNC 2; GAA 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Les Miserables 4; Olions 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4. SHIRLEY ANN WRIGHT / h a v e none. Band 2,3,4; FNC 2; Highlands 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3; Majorette 2,3,4; Olions 2,3,4; Pep Club 2; SCX 2,3,4; Sing Sing Club 3; Topper Business 4; Topper Revue 2,4.

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A special key for the Class o f â&#x20AC;&#x2122;66 featuring the school letters is available to seniors.

WILLIAM ROBERT WYKOEF C o m e o n . C o a ch , let m e b r in g th e b a ll up.

Basketball 2,3,4; Ciolf 2,3,4; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Lettermen 3,4. DAVID RALPH YEAMANS Golf 2; Homeroom Volleyball 2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 3; Magmamites 3; Olions 3; Ski Club 2,3,4: Soccer Club 3,4; Student Council 2; Topper Revue 4; Wrestling 2. PAMELA RONNELL Z 0(;G Choir 2; ETA 2; Highlands Day 3; Topper Revue 2.


Junior Favorites B arb Seegm iller, J o h n Agnew, Iren e Gonzales

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’66 Juniors Face Various Class Problems Debbie Day Secretary

Barb Elliot T r e a su r e r

John Agnew P re sid e n t

T he beginning o f the school day brings the daily chore of giving admission slips to many students.

Almost every junior class that has passed through Los Alamos High has had the yearly problem of rais­ ing en ough m oney for the Junior-S enior Prom , and the Class oP67 was no exception. T h eir m oney-raising projects included selling candy, cokes, and gum at the football and basketball games. T h e participation o f the class included a second place en try in the H om ecom ing p arade, and the class act in T o p p e r Revue taking incidents about the H o using C om m ission an d showing how' it would be ru n . T h e act helped carry ou t the them e, Seance in Red, White, ndBlue. In late N ovem ber, excitem ent arose as the ju n io rs received th eir school rings. T h e active Class o f ’67 was recognized this year because o f its m em bers who held offices, w orked on com m ittees, tried to create a prize-w inning float and class act, com plained about the cafeteria, voted on the H o n o r C ode b u t still got into som e trouble, an d kept telling each o th e r how glad they w ere o f having a n o th e r year to go.


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Ri( hard Baker Chris Bard

Dolores Abevta John Agnew Elsie Allex

Jim Adams Daniel Ahearne Martin Allex

John Barnes Cireg Bayhurst

John Adams Priscilla Aiire Hob Anderson

Roger Beaty Joy Beckwith Kathryn Benson Patsy Benton Martha Best

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Bob Bivins Cecil Blankenship Bruce Blossom Jimmy Bowlin Tony Brazfield

Glenn Breisch

Melanie Briscoe

Joseph Brophy

Richard Brower

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Patricia Bunch

Charlotte Burke

Gwendolyn Burke

Karen Burns

Mike Busse

Patrick Cadenhead

Virginia Calvin Shelley Cambell Robert Carman Chris Carson Linda Carson Jeff Casados Lee Caswell Carla Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;de Baca Bill Chambers Dan Chaney

Linda Chavez Mitch Chavez

Pal Chelius Roy Christenson

Steve Claiborne Bruce Clark

Juniors Roberta Geoffrion and Jackee Phillips sell cokes and other fund raising concessions at a Top­ per football game.


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Pauy Cohm n Susan ( iohut n

Ki i( Coif Saudi Coif Ri!a Combs

Thomas (look Nancy CoopfT Shirlev C'ordova

As part of the junior class skit in Topper Revue, ex­ plaining the future o f the LA Housing Commission. Martin Allcx tells Tom Sattizahn there are fifteen home­ less ducks swimming on Ashley Pond’s Pond.

Joan (a)ulter CTarles Cowan Barbara Cox

Douglas Cramer Steven Craven Mary Crisler

Linda Dankert Charlie Davis Diane Davis Larry Davis

Deborah Day Robert Day Michele Desileis Man uel Diaz Paul Dion

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Darlinc Dufou Linda Duke

Phill Dunagan Cierald Duncan

Mary Edgett Mike Edwards

Judy Eimer Barbara Elliott

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Robert Foglesong Mary Fowler

Cricket f'razier Carol Frevrnan

Linda Fritch Geri Fulgenzi

Edith Elliott Bill Enloe Maria Ferris Chris Fitzgibbon

jock Embry (ieoffrey Farr Kay Fisher Lee Flvnn

Ted Emigh Gilbert Ferran Ken Fisher Charles Foglesong

Ronnie Randolph carries a football around school in hopes he will be able to hold on to it better during Topper football games.


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Doug (ubson Irene (ionzales Pamela Ciould Arnie Ciore

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Linda Hall Linda Halliday

Steve Hammel Dan Hanna

Ronald Harper Jim Harrall

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Ellen Harrison Judy Hayes Sharon Henicksman

Janet Harrow Ann Hemmendinger leff Hill


Nancy Hobday Edward Holcomb Larry Holmes (iarv Horpedahl Susan Hoverson Tom Howlin Jan Janecka Lynn Jennings Bryan Johnson Steven Johnston Blair Jones Robert Jones Claudine Kasunic Robert Keepin Jeanne Keller

Cheerleader Barb Seegmiller gives up her lunch period to sell bus tickets to the St. Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s football game.

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Bruce Kerr Stephen Knight Patty Krieger

Hal Ken Don Koetter Renee LaBauve

Michael Kilgore

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I.yniR* Loutks William I .owciy Don l.iKcro

Palsy Lucero Chutk Luders Mike Luna

Ruth Lynch Gloria Maes Barbara Mann

Jeff Martin Kathryn Martin David Martinez

Charles Landahl JetTry Leary Barbara Leland Dan Lewis

Jackie Martinez

Patricia Martinez Virginia Martinez Doug Mather Linda McCreary Barbara McDonald Joan McHale Janet McKee Bette McKown Becky McNeese Rick Mendius

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Kim Meyer Paul Miera Steve Miller Deborah Miner Fred Minor Lee Mitchell Louie Mojica Don Money Paul Moody Vicki Morgan

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Mr. Hancock positions his camera to once again take pictures of the staff and students for the La Loma.

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Peggy Onstott Scott Osborne

Richard Orndoff Pam Ott

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Kric Parne.s Manila PcMilarul

Arlecn Perez Rose Ann Petersen

Keilh Rendell shows classmates Kim Meyer, C'huck I.uders, and Dan Tesche his newly acquired school ring.

Lynn Peterson Rebecca Pettit

Jackee Phillips Raymond Phillips

Linda Prestwood Susan Pretzel Joe Quintana Ronald Randolph Mary Rarrick Pat Reade Linda Rector Scott Relyca Keith Rendell Paul Rickerson

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Charles Rowley Barbara Royer Cheryl Royer

Carl Rudnick Bob Russo Susan Sack

( Mary Lee Riedel Rebecca Roberts Barbara Roensch

Manuel Rivera Richard Robyn Paul Roensch

Junior Blair Jones listens attentively in English class, a scene not witnessed in many classes.

Tom Sattizahn Linda Scarbrough Tony Schofield

Bill Schrandt Richard Schutz Lani Schuster

Carolyn Sears Barbara Seegmiller Brian Seegmiller

l^rry Segar Gloria Segura Dennis Shampine

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Hill Sliopp Kidiard Shores Jolinny Silva

Gheri Smith RohcMi Smith Steve Smith

I'erri Smith )ohn Starrier James Stearnes

Groady Day doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem to keep lo n y Scho­ field from prac ticing with the orchestra.

Donna Stein Karen Stein Charles Stephens

Sherri Stephens Paul Stephenson Michael Sterkel

Janice Stephens

John Slice Gerald Sirickfaden Kathrine Strom Gerald Swickard Kathy Talafous Marcia Tatian Dan Tesche Sheriden Thomas Armando Trujillo Joyce Trujillo

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Michael Trujillo Pat Trujillo

Pat Ann Trujillo Karen Turner

Gloria Vallejos John Van De Valde

Wendell Williams Jane Wood Jack Zastrow

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Vicki Winburn Edward Young Chris Zeigner

Laura Winslow James Young Michael Zinolli


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Sophomores Follow Typical Class Activities Jeanette Trujillo S ecreta ry

Tina Hockett T r e a su r e r

Repainting the LA on Burnt Mountain comprises the main part of new initiation duties for sophomores at LAHS.

Following a tren d developed in recent years, the new sophom ore class was the largest ever to enter LAHS. Also tru e to form , they were confronted with the sam e problem s all first year students m ust face. T h ese included raising m oney for the class treasury, taking several types o f ap titu d e tests, filling out a m u ltitude o f registration and personal inform ation form s, and becom ing acquainted with new teachers, upperclassm en, and the general policies o f the school. S ophom ores fo u n d, however, that every new ex­ perience they had did not come in the form o f a problem . B uilding the class float for H om ecom ing, being able to attend several out o f town sports events on stu d en t buses, and repainting the LA on B u rn t M ountain were included in some o f the events which proved to be m ore enjoyable. T h e sophom ores found most aspects o f high school life, including dances, sports, and school in general, to be carried out on a m uch larger and m ore im pres­ sive scale th an anything they had ever experienced while in Ju n io r high. T hese experiences will carry them on into a m ore enjoyable and successful ju n io r year.


Marilynn Babich

Bryon Bannerman Don Barnes

Ben Acree Mark Andrae Molly Archuleta

David Adams Paul Andrews Peter Argo

Mike Allen Ann Apprill Robert Armstrong

Ed Bradley

Jeannie Bramble

Chris Benson Jody Bergstein John Bengizer Lorraine Bingham James Blossom Regina Boegli Martha Boone Steve Bosserman johnny Bourne Alice Bowlin

Scott Boyer

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Art Bridge

Marcia Brooks

Theresa Brousseau

Douglas Bailey


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l.owell Cummings Mike (Ainnington Joe (Airf man

hill ( aishing Lee Cushing Martha Daly

Michelle Damour Christine Davidson Robert Davis

Denise ('.lark Lorraine Clifton Esther (x)rdova Shirly Cordova

Scott Davis Jane Deinken

Mary Dennis Terri Devine Judy Dickinson Susan Donahue Carl Douglas Becky Dow Gail Drumhiller Dianna Dufour Thomas Duke Peter Dunn

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Marv Earl Fred Edeskutv

Douglas Enloc Mac Ennis

Gerri Enzian Jake Espinoza

Margaret Euisler Sally Everett

Judith Eredrick Elaine Furrh

Robert Freyman Betty Gage

Janet Fuller Douglas Gallagher


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Cieorge Ch in in Richard Haase

Steve Hackenberry Larry Haf'erkamp

Cindi Hall Gary Hampton

Ruthie Harrall Barbara Harrington

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Grace Hawes Bill Heath

Irene Hengstenberg Allen Herring Krysia Hipwood

Brett Herman Pauline Hessing (Christina Hockett

Ted Herrera Karen Hill Rick Hodson


Bob Hollen Beki Holmes Patsv Holt Janie Hones Steve Hopkins David Hoverson Vicki Hues Adrienne Huletie Lauren Hull L^rry Huits Marty Hurt Joanne Hutcheson Debby Hyatt Gene Jaeger Jesse Jaramillo

Helping to cheer the Toppers to victory, sopho­ mores show enthusiastic school spirit. William Jennings Bill Johnson

Bobbie Johnson Bruce Johnson Janis Johnson

Kay Johnson Wally Johnson Stan Johnston

David Jones Judy Jones Mary Jordan

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I^rry Loucks Rick Luders Lucy Lundgren Bill Lyon Gene Maes Greg Maestas Gene Manger Marla Mann Judy Marriott Debby Martin

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Henry Martinez Margo Martinez Carol Masanz jerry Mattys Wencil McCilenahan Marcy McCHoskev Mary McDonough Jim McNeese Barbara Meaders John Meadows Ruth Merryman Dick Meyers Glenn Michel Debi Miller Jerry Miller Cliff Mills Delores Montano Allan Morrison Henry Mueller Betty Ann Mullins

Although English presents somewhat of a problem. Ximena Romero from Ecuador manages to bear down on her school assignments.

Joan Munyon Carol Nagle Sandra Neal

Kathy Nielson Nick Nogar Danny Norris

Jo Cirace Oakes (iayla Ochsner Ted Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;C'onnor


David Rile Keirn Roach Judy Roberts Deborah Robinson Tom Robinson

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Robert Rutherford Carroll Savage Robert Sawyer

Kathleen Schelberg Jeanne Schofield Sandra Schofield

Julie Schrandt Suzanne Schutz Dean Scott

Jerry Rohwer Ximena Romero Charlene Rowley

Louis Rojas Rohinda Rowland Bruce Runyan

Aiding in the compilation o f registration data prior to student distribution, Michelle Sniezek gathers pages to be stapled.

Sandra Scott Neno Segura Barb Sembach

Antonette Serrano Bev Shafer Gwen Sharp

Sharon Sibbitt Jack Simpson Chip Smith

Dottie Smith Fred Smith Lynn Smith

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Scon Snt'll Midiellc Snic/ek Marlene S pen ce

Irma Siephens riiaci

Stevens Barbara Sloms

(iary Strein Carol Slroope Doug Summers

In the weeks before Topper Revue, many hours must be spent in rehearsal. Art Bridge and Kirk Tatom are behind the 8-ball as they practice their lines in the sophomore skit.

Laurel Susco John Syska Carol Taschek

Norma Taylor Terry Teetor Fred Thomas Kathy Thomas Karen Thorn

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Eppie Trujillo Jeanette Trujillo Merry Trupp Patricia Ann Trupp Susan T urner


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Rick Weinbrecht Shelly Weiss Eleanor Wertz

Steve Ulery Art Usner Jeanne VanGemert

LiesI Ungnade Danny Valdez Carlos Vigil

Margaret Wherriii Dan Whinery George While

Kent Wicklin Myra Wilier Chris Williams

Lynn Williams Steve Williams Tommy Williams

Diana Wimett Deborah Wright Ray Zimmerman

Study hall oilers an ample opportunity lor Donna Beg to complete her assignments.


Organizations Roads To Enchantment Because o f poor access and the possibility o f strict security, the Pajarito Pla­ teau was chosen for the site o f the developm ent o f the atomic bom b in 1942. At this time, the only roads in existence were the original trail, built by early Spanish settlers, and the road up the side o f the plateau that was used to accom ­ m odate the needs o f the boys’ ranch. However, when the governm ent took over, the need for better roads becam e apparent. T oday, the town o f Los Alamos can be reached by two m odern and well con­ structed roads. T h e fro n t road extends along the side o f Bayo Canyon, while Los Alamos Canyon is the setting o f the East Jem ez Road.


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Cheryl Sowder E d ito r

Yearbook Presents Discussing a minor error found on one of the pages o f the Club Section is lane Wherritt and Bob Van Gemert.

Decision on a sum m er delivery for the annual again enabled a greater coverage o f the year’s activi­ ties. T h e yearbook increased from 216 pages to 224 pages, providing im proved coverage o f several sec­ tions. Enlarging the sections b ro u g h t about larger p o r­ traits for g raduating students. For the first time, seniors were offered proofs and a better quality

Julie Lyon, Nancy Knobeloch, John Trujillo, Tim Burns, and Bernie Weber take on many jobs as part of Special Assignments, while Francine Lawrence, Cindy Hurt, and Rochelle Richards plan typing material.

Rushing to meet the first deadline, Nancy Porto and Ronnie Keil check the size of a picture for the Underclass Section.

A special dedication goes to o u r sponsor, Mr. Rodney Young. His help and patience in m aking this yearbook has been greatly appreciated by everyone on the staff. H e has also straightened out many “unsolvable” problem s on the school new spaper.


Stacy Williams and Mary Ruminer decide on a suitable layout for one of the pages in the Senior Section.

Daryl Panowski B u s in e ss M a n a g e r

Enchantment Theme picture for a very small increase in price. A n o th er change in the senior section was the addi­ tion o f the senior highlights page. T h e them e o f “E nch an tm en t” was planned by C heryl Sowder, editor, and carried out th ro u g h o u t the book. T b e staff planned an attractive cover for an o u tstan d in g new featu re of the La Loma. Any yearbook has a great quantity of action pictures, and photographers Mike Kilgore and Richard Robyn help supply them. Not pictured is pho­ tographer Lee Mitchell.

The Sports Section took much of Tom Boyle and Tom Hawthorne’s time.

One o f the hardest jobs o f the yearbook is organizing the Academic Section. This Job is handled by Sandi Cole and LaDonna Daily.

Working by herself, Cathy Weaver orga­ nizes the Student Life Section, a very impor­ tant part of the year­ book.


R O W : Geri Fulgenzi, Becky McNeese, Lee Ann Petty, Barbara Seegmiller, Dottie Smith, Karen Hill. S E C O N D R O W : Rick Mendius. Janet Fuller, Lynne Loucks. Cheryll (iuerrero, Sally Burk-

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heimer, Dana Rabideau, Brian Fishbine. T H I R D R O W : Chuck Ramsey, Paul Rickerson, Ronnie (ieoffrion, Tim Burns, Dave Lindblom. |on Lunn, Al d'esche.

Student Council Inaugurates Honor Code A m ajor activity o f this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s S tudent Council, as in past years, was that o f raising sufficient funds to host a n o th er AFS student next year, and, in addition, to raise en ough m oney to send a Los Alamos High School stu d en t to a foreign country on the Am ericans A broad program . D u rin g the year president Jo e Daly, w orking closely with the adm inistration and the stu d en t body an d Council, initiated a pride cam paign, in which all students w ere encouraged to have a little m ore pride in them selves and in their school. T h e climax o f the cam paign was the passing o f an H o n o r C ode by a vote o f the stu d en t body, in which the students agreed to m ake an effo rt at im proving them selves an d their school. Election o f officers was again held in May this year afte r vigorous cam paigning by the several talented and com petent candidates.

Vice President, Richard Robyn, accepts a $25 check from the Topper Business Club for the AFS program from Marcia Tattan, business club representative.

President Joe Daly and Principal George Joyce, Council sponsor, examine articles o f clothing and toys donated to needy families by students in a Council Christmas project participated in by the entire school. Other sponsors are Mr. Larry Hanson, Mr. Art Nichols, and Mr. Bill Dickey.

Cheryl Sowder and Jim Wimberley help decorate the Christmas tree the Student Council put up during the Yuletide season as one o f its school projects.

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Eppie Trujillo, Tina Hockett, Betty Ann Mullins, Dea Petty, Jeannette Trujillo, Sylvia Nachlinger. S E C O N D R O W : Martha Penland, Beverley Shafer, Irene Gonzales, Cheryl Sowder,

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Marcia Brooks, Cathy O’Rourke, Sue Partridge. T H I R D R O W : Louie Rojas, Chip Lilienthal, John Benziger, Lynn Panowski, Lee Cham­ bers, Pat Ann Trujillo, Carl Rudnik, Art Bridge.

Honor Code TITLE I We view ihe purpose of education in this school as preparation both academically and socially, for whatever circumstances we may encounter after graduation, and, in attaining this goal, we ally ourselves with the following: TITLE II We recognize with pride that our school is nationally known both for the caliber of its teachers and the excellence of its buildings and equipment. We further recognize that a school is judged primarily on the success or failure of its students, and we agree to maintain the reputation of this school in all aspects of our school-life. TITLE III We accept that in order to achieve scholastically, we must maintain an atmosphere conductive to academic excellence. Mutual respect between students and teachers is an aid in securing this atmosphere, and therefore, we pledge ourselves to the establish­ ment of such an atmosphere. TITLE IV We agree to bear a responsibility to ourselves in acquiring an education, for we have learned that a teacher can not teach us if we have no desire to learn or fail to exhibit any interest in learning. We owe also an obligation to our fellow student not to hinder his educational efforts, and. therefore, we accept the opportunity and obligation to assist in, but never hinder, the progress of learning. TITLE V We believe that personal integrity is a desirable element of character, attainable, in part, through our associations in this school. We find truthfulness and fair-play to aid the achievement of integrity, and, therefore, pledge ourselves to uphold a policy of personal honesty and self-respect. TITLE VI We appreciate our physical surroundings, and, knowing that well kept grounds and facilities help make this school a more desirable place to come, we accept a responsi­ bility to preserve and to maintain them. TITLE VII We are aware that during the year certain teams and individuals represent this school in competitions throughout the state and nation. We are appreciative and proud of the work they do, and we encourage them to continue. TITLE VIII We realize that the process of maintaining this policy is constant. We recognize that it requires maturity and courage. We know that the ideals to which we ascribe are not all-inclusive, but rather that in maintaining this policy, it is essential to act always with responsibility and pride. TITLE IX We also realize that in maintaining this statement of student policy, we bear the responsibility of being our “brothers’ keeper.’’ We are concerned not only with the application of this policy to ourselves, but also to the school as a body, and thus, in signing our names to this document, we reject those who ignore its tenets.

Mike Daly, a member o f this year’s Council who left to become a page boy in Washington, is shown with N. M. Senator Clinton P. Anderson, the man who appointed Mike to his interesting occupation.

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Claire I.arson. Myra Cliang, Shelly Riehe. Barb Mann, Debbie Robin­ son. Nonna Ramirez. S E C O N D R O W ; Barb Wood. I*al Ann I rujillo, Marilyn Wood, Merry rriipp. FRO N T ROW :

Mr. Vise! aids a member with her Topper Revue poster.

A rt Club Helps Promote Christmas Spirit The Club de l.as Bellas Artes again added much color and spirit to the school year. Always w'illing to help on worthwhile projects, they aided many p ro ­ gram s and projects to success with their skilllul posters and art work. r h e tru e C hristm as spirit wasn’t with us until the m ural o f the m anger scene was on the front windows in the lobby for all to enjoy and adm ire. Again this year the Art Club helped to sponsor the May 5 art exhibit which provided a place for the high school students to show their best work of the year. In addition to these various activities, the club held a d in n er later on in the year.

Energetic and artistic girls from the Club de las Bellas Artes decorate the front lobby windows with a well known scene from the Christmas

This year the Art Cluh is headed by the following people, Mr. Robert Visel, sponsor; Pat Ann Trujillo, vice president; Shelly Riebe, president; and Myra Chang, secretary-treasurer.

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IR C Attends U.N. Since the fo n n in g of the International Relations Club two years ago, it has become one of the m ore active clubs in the high school. T his year on March 17, 18, and 19 the delegates m et in Santa P'e for the T h ird A nnual Model U nited Nations Convention. Twelve schools from th ro u g h o u t the state p a r­ ticipated in this year’s session, representing the nations in th e U.N. Security Council. This year Los •Alamos rep resen ted the Republic of Bolivia, bringing forth the views of that country on the India-Pakistan struggle over K ashm ir and the Jo rd a n River dispute.

Ciarv Brown, representing Bolivia, discusses a mai­ ler brought forth during a session.

Many limes delegates are seen during the sessions in costumes representing their assigned country.

The Los Alamos delegation gathers around Mr. Shinn, sponsor, to discuss plans for the day at the Model U.N. A view of the entire Model U.N. body shows the many interested persons who are concerned with the purpose, functions, and duties of the U.N.

During a break in the session, Los Alamos delegates gather to­ gether for discussion of Bolivia’s position.


F R O N T R O W : Margaret Wherritt, Karen Wilson, Claire [.arson, Gwen Davis, Shelly Riebe, Lee Ann Petty, Gail Mosher. S E C O N D R O W : Sandi Cole, Joyce rriijillo, Mary Parker, Nancy Knobeloch,

Patti Bunch, Janet Clevenger, Mary Crisler. T H I R D R O W : Wendy Cox, Daryl Panowski, Charlene Douglass, Ann Deinken, Karen Turner, Pam Nelson, Michelle Desilets, Lonna Brown.

F T A Promotes Interest in Teaching Field Officers this year include Ann Deinken, president; Daryl Panowski, vice president; Gail Mosher, secretary; Thad Cole, treasurer; Marcia Tattan, historian; and Nancy Knobeloch, librarian.

As in past years, FTA continued its pro g ram by having num erous m eetings including guest speakers. Two o f the speakers included Miss Hall and Mrs. R uth Rowley, special education teacher. A tea was given this year for all FTA m em bers by Delta Kappa G am m a, a sorority o f UNM in which m em bers o f the sorority gave talks on courses at UNM for those who are interested in the teaching profession. In Decem ber m em bers observed local elem entary school classes an d in April these m em bers taught some o f these classes.

Gwen Davis takes over for the teacher during the reading period at one o f the local elementary schools. Realizing what materials to use and in what manner to teach a course, Jean Knight tries her skills at the reading class.

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T h e F u tu re N urses C lub continued their efforts to benefit local health by aiding re ta rd ed children in Los Alamos. A C hristm as party was sponsored to raise m oney for various projects the club sponsored for re ta rd e d children. O th er highlights o f the year included a to u r of the New Mexico School for the D eaf in Santa Fe. T h e re am bitious club m em bers learned the d eaf sign language and saw at firsthand some o f the rehabilitative treatm ents for the deaf. T h e club also studied scholarships for fu tu re nurses an d o th er financial help for girls pursuing careers in th e field o f nursing.

The officers for the Future Nurses Club are president, Sandy Bill­ ings; vice president, Susan Shopp; secretary, Betty Mullins; trea­ surer, Donna Beg; and sponsor, Mrs. Jo Oakes.

F N C Continues Efforts in Field o f Health

Here the future nurses embark on their trip to visit the school for the deaf in Santa Fe.

At a meeting o f the Future Nurses Club, a guest speaker shows slides illustrating the various fields open to girls interested in nursing.

R O W : Sandy Billings, Susan Shopp, Betty Anne Mullins, Donna Beg, Martha Scarbrough. S E C O N D R O W : Mrs. Oakes, Pat Hicks, Isabel Flynn, Marla Mann, Irene Hengstenberg. FRONT

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Nancy Porto, Stephanie (')liver, Dotty Smith, Tina Hockett, Cassic l.ce, C’.ata Hill, Lee .\nn Petty, Shelly Riehe, Ruth Merrvnian, Oca Petty, Jeanette Trujillo. S E C O X D K O W : Tynn l.oucks, Becky McNeese, Nancy Knobeloch, Geri Tulgenzi, Paula Osborn, Karen Burns, Janet Killough, Ruth Lynch, Lois Ann Gardner, Linda Rector. Vicki VVinburn, Gail Mosher. T H I R D R O W : h 'R O X T K (H V :

Charlene Douglass, Lorraine Stephenson, Patti Krieger, Cheryll (iuerrero, Susan Coburn, V'icki Hues, Kay Fisher, Linda Porter, Becky Mutschler, Jackie Phillips, Pat rrujillo, Barbara Mann. F O U R T H R O W : Karen Stein, (Jail Coburn, Barbara Sembach, Kay Strom, Susan Pretzel, Barbara Elliott, Debbie Day, Lee Flynn, Linda Hall, Chris Zeigner, Pat Trujillo.

GAA Completes Seventh Tear at School 1 he Girl’s Athletic Association, com posed of sportsm inded girls, com pleted its seventh year of existence. T h e club provides girls with opportunities to increase their skill in sports and sportsm anship. T h e ir duties include officiating as well as participating. This year the d u b sponsored track, tennis, table tennis, volleyball, basketball, softball, and badm inton. T h e highlights of the year included Sports Day and the Pow der-Puff Football and Basketball games.

Sally Burkheimer spots for Sue Turner as she attempts to turn a forward roll on the parallel bars.

lead in g the GAA this year were Kay Roush, Georgia Wilder, Charlene Doug­ lass, Cindy Hurt and the sponsor, Miss Thompson. This year the girls again refereed the “homeroom” volleyball games.


Cathy Weaver, Rochelle Richard, Debbie Miller, Irene Hengstenberg, Janie Hones. S E C O N D R O W : Carol Sowder, Sally Taylor, Cheryl Sowder, Linda Witteman, Sharon Sibbits,

FRO NT ROW :

Marla Mann. T H I R D R O W : (ieorgia Wilder, Karla Stein. Janet Edeskutv. Diane Wimett.

Members of GAA show ball-stealing tactics which lead them to a 76-23 victory over the Pep Club in their annual basketball clash.

Cindy Hurt scores two points at a practice held before the Powder-Puff game.

Charlene Douglas presents Christine Davidson and Georgia Wilder with their awards for being on the team that won the basketball tournament. Tension grow's as Charlene Douglas once again obtains the lead from Linda Hall. The two girls are competing in the GAA badminton tournament.


Sherri Stephens, Hilltalker President, gives debate informauon during the Junior High Tournament, sponsored by the Hilltalkers,

Sherri Stephens and Mr. Paul Black, sponsor, work on the Hilltalker Debate Board on which members schedule their weekly debates.

Hilltalkers Again Active in Competition T his year the H illtalkers have been very active. Besides participating in m any speech contests and tournam ents, the Hilltalkers sponsored a Junior H igh Debate T o u rn a m e n t. S tudents from Pueblo and C um bres Ju n io r H ighs debated “Resolved: T h a t interschool com petition should be abolished between Junior high schools.” Pueblo swept the tour­ nam ent. T h e Hilltalkers did very well on th eir own, taking eight places in district an d placing fo u rth in the state m eet. In all the inter school debates the topic was “Resolved: T h a t the Federal G overnm ent should ad o p t a program o f com pulsory arb itratio n in LaborM anagem ent disputes,” a subject req u irin g much study and research.

Looking suave and debonair in their Hollywood attire, the Hilltalkers prepare to depart to one o f their many away contests.

Mike Daly and Liz Lindsey confer behind Mike Kilgore’s back about the Hilltalkers’ practice schedule.

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jillo, Gary Brown, and Larry Giorgi. T H I R D R O W : Lloyd Macmann, Richard Robyn, Robert Whitmore, and Mike Waldschmidt.

Many o f the Hilltalkers are also members o f the National Forensic League. Mr. Black congratu­ lates incoming members to the N.F.L.

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Hilltalkers executives are Mr. Black, sponsor; Sherri Stephens, president; Bob Whit­ more, vice president, Joan McHale, secretary; Katie Anderson, treasurer; and Gary Brown, parliamentarian and public relations.

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I A Club Offers Use o f Facilities This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Industrial Arts Cilub to iu in u e d to o ffer the students of l.A H S tlie oppo rtu n ity to use tlie facilities of the Practical Arts B uilding to work on individual projects and repair broken or m alfunctioning items. T h e Auto Mechanics Shop was opened for the first tim e after school to allow work to be done on cars. Lathe work was do n e to a great extent in both the Metal Shop and the W ood Shop. Several projects proved to be blue ribbon prize w inners in the State Industrial Arts k'air, and m any m ore ran a close second. T his helped to m ake the year a com plete success. A well-equipped Auto Mechanics Shop gives students an opportunity to study the more complex functions of the modern engine. Dwayne Hull and Jim Dominic take advantage of the oppor­ tunity to get in extra work on their project in the electronics lab.

Allan Moulton, Dennis Brandt, Joe LaBauve, Keith Rendell, Larry Davis, Ed Young, Connie Benton, Bob Anderson, Jim Borkenhagen. S E C O N D R O W : Dwayne Hull, John Kemme, FRO NT ROW :

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Club officers are Dwayne Hull, secretary; Gerry Huber, president; John Kemme, vice president; Mr. Horace fJambell, Mr. Del Teter, Mr. Jim Miller, and Mr. John Hardy, sponsors.

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Chess Meet Entered T h e District Chess T o u rn a m e n t was held at the new Santa Fe High School this year. Each partici­ pating team was allowed six entrants. Los Alamos, because o f the All-State Music Festival and illnesses, entered only four. C harles Foglesong was top on the club’s p e r­ form ance ladder this year, followed in o rd e r by Paul Roensch, L aura Holt, K aren Gray, Melanie Briscoe, Je rry Mattys, Frederick Laquer, Roger T u rn e r, B arbara M eaders, Elsie Allex.

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Key Club Is M ain School Service Group The Key C lub eoiitiim ed in the role of tlie main service clnb in the school tor boys. M em bership increased once again to reacli an all time high, and the quality of the club this year was also at a peak. The m ain activities of the Key (ilub were money raising projects, with proceeds beitig used for some worthw hile project in the school o r com m unity. T he

highlight of the year cam e in the last week of April when the f.os Alamos ch a |jte r sent 33 m em bers to the Southwest Key C lub District C onvention in fd Paso. 1 bese delegates re tu rn e d with th e lionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s share of' the aw ards given at the convention, including the aw ard given to the club with the best single service project of the year.

Officers are Mike Trujillo, junior class representative; Tim Burns, treasurer; Ronnie Geoffrion, secretary; Dave Lindblom, president; Steve Ciddio, sophomore class representative; Mr. Niethammer, Mr. Harbour, Mr. Heltman, sponsors. Mr. D. C. Winburn, Lieutenant Governor o f Kiwanis Club o f this division, congratulates Jim Wimberley, past Lieutenant Governor o f Key Club Division 1, on a good year. Looking on are Scott Davis, newly elected District Treasurer, and Eppie Trujillo, Jimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s successor for the coming year.

Charles Trask, Mike Gaffney, Joe Daly, Barry Jones, Larry Knapp, Chris Overton, Mike Trujillo, Steve Knight, Lee Trexler, Gilbert Ferran, Bill Porton. S E C O N D R O W : Bruce Kerr, FRO NT ROW :

Rick Wemtraub, Jim Bridge, Thad Cole, Bob Gregersen, Bob Freyman, Bob Little, Henry Mueller, Joe Quintana, Paul McGuire, Dan Hanna, Scott Relyea.


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r “Get your programs right here!” barks Rick Weintraub as a pre­ liminary to the Key Club-Kiwanis basketball game.

Mike Quintana, Crag Olsen, John Meadows, Steve Ciddio, Rick Luders, Wayne Brownlee, John Syska, Chris Benson. T H I R D R O W : Bob Hengstenberg, Martin Hughes, Gary Hampton, Bruce Gallaher, Don Barnes, Robert Fletcher.

Joe Gurfman, Peter Dunn, i erry Teetor, Peter Argo, Victor Cox, Eppie Trujillo, Mike O’Keefe, Tom Cook, Scott Davis, Mike Allen, Conway Smith, Ernie Smith. S E C O N D R O W : Jem Dominic, Paul Rexroth, Dave Buckland, Dwayne Hull,John Kemme,

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Lookout Aim s fo r Third A ll A merican I lie Lookout en tered its second year of of fset p rin tin g witli great sttccess. With its second AllA ineiican rating, the Lookout again aim ed for tliis highest aw ard given by the National Scholastic Press Association. kail E ditor A1 Lesche broke an all female prece­ d en t by serving as the p a p e r’s first male editor. His successor, Nancy Cole, served as the spring edi­ tor. Mike Daly, copy editor, resigned his post early in Jan u a ry to re tu rn to W ashington as a U. S. Senate page. Mike continued to write feature stories of Senate life for the paper.

Several Lookout staff m em bers —Mike Daly, A1 Tesche, I’im B urns, W ayne Ciddio, and Mike Kil­ g o re —were accepted into Qitill and Scroll, a national journalism honorary society. T h ese ou tstan d in g l.ookout staffers along with yearbook ed ito r Cheryl Sowder com pose the new Quill and Scroll chapter, started this year.

Mr. Rod Young, sponsor, and A1 Tesche hang up the AllAmerican award the newspaper received last year. A1 Tesche h'irst Sem ester E d ito r

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Mike Daly and Chris Matlack first and second semester copy editors check accuracy o f the paper.

First members o f Quill and Scroll, journalism honorary, are A1 Tesche, newspaper editor, Cheryl Sowder, year­ book editor, Mike Kilgore, photographer, Wayne Ciddio, sports writer, and Tim Burns, reporter. Not shown is Mike Daly, reporter.

Virginia Calvin and Mary Parkeir help the newspaper by writing many types o f interesting and amusing stories.


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General reporters Bob Russo and Bob Bivins wrote stories for all areas.

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Patty Oakes, Jane Ulery, and Janet Harrow prepare stories for parts o f the newspaper.

Cartoons by Blair Jones and Steve Miner liven up the newspaper.

Deciding on another type o f layout for the sports section o f an up­ coming newspaper is Tim Burns, Tom Hawthorne, and Wayne Ciddio. Controversial items are usually prominent topics for stories by Mike Means and Brian Fishbine.

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John Leffler, Leroy Pacheco, Sieve Williams, Doug Seegniiller, Jack Fellers, Robert Jones. S E C O N D R O W : Mickey Frujillo, Joe LaBauve, Charles l.uders, Ted Waterman, Jim Wimberley. Bob Day, Jack Zastrow, Wendy Williams. T H I R D R O W : Steve Smith, Bob Russo, Brian Seegmiller, Ronnie Randolf, Bernie Weber,

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Bob Bivins, Tim Burns. F O U R T H R O W : J|ohn Trujillo, Joe Fitzgibbon, Steve McCartney, Joe Daly, Jim Griffin, Ted Emigh, Glen Breisch, Larry Holmes. F I F T H R O W : Wayne Ciddio, Larry Knapp, Paul Strom, Tommy Hawthorne, Ronnie Holmes, Rick Dvorak, Bruce Kerr, Lynn Brewer.

Lettermen Encourage Good Sportsmanship C ontinuing to prom ote school spirit and to encourage general sportsm anship an d good will th ro u g h o u t the stu d en t body, the L etterm en ’s Club rem ained an active organization. Its m ain activities, aside from recognizing those boys who excelled in sports, were again to furnish escorts and to provide flowers for the H om ecom ing C ourt. H eaded by president D oug Seegm iller, the letterm en once m ore sold popcorn and helped look after the floor o f the gym at hom e basketball games. At the annual Pep Club Sw eetheart Dance, held in February, Lynn B rew er —a letterm an in football, wrestling, and track —was presented the gold brace­ let for being chosen 1966 Pep Club Sweetheart, succeeding his b ro th e r Ray, who was the recipient o f the aw ard two years ago. Bill Enloe, Ted Waterman, and Jim Griffin prepare and fill bags with popcorn to sell at a home Topper Basketball game.

Officers o f the Lettermen’s Club are Jackie Fellers, vice president; Doug Seegmiller, president; Jim Griffin, treasurer; and Mr. Bob Cox, sponsor.


Nick, Dan, and Cindy study an interesting rock collection assembled for class and club study.

Mr. Duane Wagner, sponsor, points out some characteristics o f certain rocks to Cindy Warren, Nick Nogar, and Dan Chaney before their field trip.

Magmamites Continue Study o f Geology In its th ird year, the M agm am ites club grew sm aller, but in terest and co-operation o f the m em ­ bers kept the club busy and active. T hey studied a variety o f d iffe ren t rock form ations, fossils, and gems for p a rt o f th eir organization’s work. T h e an n u al field trip highlighted the club’s activities. G host R anch proved to be an interesting and w orthw hile location for the rock hounds. A com bination o f various geological form ations and interested m em bers m ade the trip successful and educational for all.

Cindy Warren and sponsor Miss Fizer lead the Magmamites on an excursion during their field trip this fall.

Students stop at an interesting place on their field trip.

Some o f the Magma­ mites and a few chap­ erones stop to collect some fossils o f dino­ saurs.

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Gary Brown, Bob Whitmore, Rick Mendius, Brian Fishbine, Paul Roensch. S E C O N D R O W : Lee Ann Petty, Ruth Ann Merryman, Sharon Sibbitt, Cassie Lee, Tina Hockett, Bev Shafer, Lucy Lundgren, Bonnie Montoya, Barbara Mann, Cathy O'Rourke, Sherri Stephens, Barbara Cox, Lesley Fickett. T H I R D R O W : Cwen Burke, Georgia Wilder, Charlene Douglass, Lynn Loucks, Barbara Elliott, Susan Blatz, Cheryl Sowder, Janie Hones, Dana Rabideau, Rene Rabideau, Lavelle Calvert, Sue Partridge, Karen Thomas, FRO NT ROW :

Barbara Roensch. F O U R T H R O W : Ann Deinken, Chris Zeigner, Pat Trujillo, Judy Frederick, Martha Penland, Carroll Savage, Beaux Means, David Church, Janet Edeskuty, Martha Swickard, Beth Rasmussen, Michele Desilets, Charlotte Burke, Terry Smith. F I F T H R O W : Jackie Krohn, Charles Cowan, Joe Daly, Paul Strom, Charles Schelberg, David Buckland, Doug Seegmiller, John Benziger. Bill Schrandt, Ross Lemons, David Stoms, John Starner, Debby Miner.

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A former president o f the Los Alamos Toastmasters’ Club, Mr. Prank Hauser, speaks to National Honor Society members and guests at the annual banquet held on March 16; the guest speaker emphasized the need for brotherly love in the world.

T h e H o n o r Society inducted the largest nu m b er of new m em bers in its history at the annual banquet held on M arch 16 in the cafeteria. N um erous new and old m em bers an d their paren ts and guests listened to the evening’s m ain speaker, Mr. Frank H auser, em phasize the need for everyone to have useful goals in life and to be engaged in the pursuit of helping his fellow man. H e m aintained th at the most im portant thing in life is love for o n e ’s fellow hum an beings th ro u g h o u t the world. T h e N ational H o n o r Society consists o f outstand­ ing high school students who qualify for the organi­ zation by excelling in scholarship, leadership, and participation in extra-curricular activities; they are A m erica’s top students.

This year’s Honor Society officers are: Nancy Cowan, treasurer; John Agnew, president; Tim Burns, vice president; and Lee Chambers, secre­ tary. The two faculty sponsors for the year are Mr. James Meaders, head o f the Mathematics Department, and Mrs. Velma Butterfield, librarian at the school Hhrarv

A familiar sight every afternoon as students congregate in the main lobby is that o f eager after-school customers pur­ chasing candy from the Honor Society, which raises money for various service projects.


Les Miserables Prepare Banquet T h e F rench Club, better known as Les Miserables, com pleted its th ird year o f existence. This year was highlighted with expressive talks given by two m em ­ bers o f the club who have visited France. T h e in fo r­ m ation given in the talks helped the club m em bers learn an d u n d ersta n d m ore about French people, th eir language, and their culture. T h e club held its annual banquet at the Loucks’ hom e and m em bers o f the club left the banquet with m ore knowledge o f French cuisine and customs.

This year the club was headed by Mrs. Mary Lou Travis, sponsor; Anne Hemmendinger, secretary; John Agnew, president; and Susan Walski, vice-president. Not pictured is Nancy Cowan, treasurer.

F R O N T R O W : ] o ) \ n Agnew, Dennis Hemmendinger, John Marshall, Anne Hemmendinger, Marcia Brooks, Janie Hones, Beth Ras­ mussen. S E C O N D R O W : Lynn Loucks, Sandra Watt, Terry Smith,

Gwen Burke, Jennifer Cislaghi, Peggy Onstott, Michele Desilets, Charlotte Burke, Liesl Ungnade, Susan Walske, Mary Parker.

John Marshall and Lynn Loucks enjoy themselves as they prepare one o f the dishes for the French banquet.

Janie Hones, Susan Walske, Peggy Onstott, Sandra Watt, and Terry Smith serve themselves at the annual French banquet.

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David Rile, Jan Janecka, Ted O’Connor, Gary Brown, ELsie Allex, Carolyn Sears, Sheri Thomas, Barbara Roensch, Dehhie Wright, Debbie Shannon, Gloria Maes. S t C O N D R O W : Noel Runyan, Jerry Many's, Jell Hill, Steve Hainmel, Cheryll Guerrero, Jane Wherrilt, l.ee Chambers, I.ori Stisco, Saudi Cole, Pauline Mess­ FRO NT ROW :

ing, Susan Porton. T H I R D R O W : Mike Kilgore, Sue Partridge, Nancy Cole, Susan Blatz, John Marshall, Jock Embry, Michelle Disilets, Gloria Velasco, john Leffler, Bobby Rutherford. F O U R T H R O W : Doug Mather, Paul Moody, Tom Boyle, David Nereson, E'red Eideskuty, Paul .McGuire, Brian Eishhine,

Olions Provides Dramatic Opportunities For those students interested in d ram a and play production, there is the Olions, the d ram a club sponsored by Mr. Ross Ramsey. T h e club put on two good plays this year, a fall production called The Skin oj Our Teeth and a spring production. Major Barbara. T h e m em bers not only act in their plays, but also, with the help o f various adults, do all o f the cos­ tum ing, stage work, scenery painting, and all other behind the scenes jobs that the audience usually takes for granted.

Now, how does that line go? Such were the trials involved in putting on T h e S k in o f O u r T e e th , as seemingly evident from John Marshall’s expression. Memorizing a script may not be the most exciting thing to do, but it most be done even if only with half an eye open. John and Nancy Cole work on lines. John, Brian Fishbine, Sue Partridge, and Susan Blatz rehearse to get a scene down pat.

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Coming home from a hard day’s work in the Ice Age, Mr. Anirohus, Brian Fishbine, is greeted by one o f the family’s pets, a mammoth played by Myra Wilier. Sitting on a park bench, pretty Sabina, played by Susan Blatz, flatters Mr. Antrobus about his handsomeness and kindness.

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After spending seven years in the shelter, Mrs. Antrobus welcomes Sabina home from the war while Gladys waits with her baby in the basement to see if it’s safe to come out. Chuck Ramsey, playing the Stage Manager, instructs Jane Wherritt, playing Ivy, how to fill the part o f one o f the actors who was taken ill.

The Skin of Our Teeth, by T h o rn to n W ilder, was the Olions’ fall production this year. Sim ilar in form at to Our Town, an o th er play by T h o rn to n W ilder, The Skin of Our Teeth dealt with the hum an race and how m an seems to go on, despite the efforts o f nature and war. C entered aro u n d the A ntrobus family, the play starred B rian Fishbine as Mr. A ntrobus, Sue P art­ ridge as Mrs. A ntrobus, Susan Blatz as Sabina, Jo h n Marshall as H enry A ntrobus, Nancy Cole as Gladys A ntrobus, and S heridan T hom as as the Fortune Teller. Using the orchestra pit, basem ent, and even the auditorium , along with the stage. The Skin o f Our Teeth dealt with m an’s ability to overcom e obstacles such as the Ice Age, floods, and wars.

Waiting to resume the play following Sabina’s break o f character and condemnation o f the whole play, Mr. Antrobus and some fellow actors look on disgustedly.


Rummy Mitchens, played by Edith Elliott, listens to Snobby Price, played by Jan Janeka, as he tells her to make the thievin’ swine who supports the Salvation Army give them their due for pretending to be saved by the Army.

“That’s my own boy,” coos Lady Britomart, played by Susan Blatz, to her only son Stephen Undershaft, played by John Marshall, after he tells her that “Right is right and wrong is wrong, and if a man cannot distinguish between them he is either a fool or a rascal.”

Shaw ’s ^‘M ajor Barbara” Is Spring Play T his year’s O lions’ spring production was Major Barbara w ritten by G eorge B ern ard Shaw. T h e play cen tered a ro u n d the U n d ersh aft family, B arbara’s attem pts to save h er fa th e r’s soul, an d his attem pt to get B arb ara in terested in his m unitions factory. M ajor B arbara U n d ersh aft was played by Sue P artridge, A ndrew U n d ersh aft by B rian Fishbine, A dolfous Cusins, B arbara’s fiance, played by Dave C hezem , Lady B ritom art U n d ersh aft by Susan Blatz, an d S tephen U n d ershaft, B arbara’s b ro th e r by Jo h n M arshall.

On tour o f the cannon factory o f millionaire Andrew Under­ shaft, his daughter Barbara, played by Sue Partridge, and her fiance, Adolphus Cusins, played by Brian Fishbine, listen with mixed feelings as Undershaft philosophizes about the cannon business.

Bill Walker, played by Chuck Ramsey, has come to fetch his girl out o f a S^vation Army shelter. His rude devotion leads him to roughen up Jenny Hill, a Salvation lass played by Sheridan Thomas. Mr. Andrew Undershaft, millionaire manufacturer of cannons and munitions, played by Rick Mendius, dis­ cusses philosophy with Charles Lomax, Undershaft’s future son-in-law, played by David Chezem.

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Kathy Martin, Dottie Smith, Gwen Davis, Kathy Mullins, Lee Ann Petty, Stephanie Oliver, Vicki Winburn, Dca Petty, Jeannette Trujillo, Pat Irujillo. S E C O S l ) R O W : Lorraine Clifton. Nancy Knobeloch. Sharon O'Keefe, Nancy Dabney, Cathy Weaver, Cinciv Hurt, Cassie Lee, Tina Hocketl, |eanne Van (iemert, Isabel Flynn, Marcy McCloskey. T H I R D R O W : Martha Boone, F R O i^ T R O W :

Lourdes Romero, Julie Lyon, Cheryl Sowder, Sally Taylor, Linda Whitteman, Sandy Billings, Shelley Weiss, Grace Hawes, Judy Durmaj, Darline Dulour, Jack.ee Phillips, Linda Rector. F O U R T H R O W : Pearl (iarcia, Pat Hicks, Jeanie Bramble, Sally Burkheimer, Patty Murphy, Gail Drumhiller, Ann Deinken, Susan Coburn, Kay isher, Judy Baxman, Linda Porter, Chris Zeigner,

Pep Club Again Mainstay o f School Spirit This year the Pep Club got together with the chorus to make up the opening number for the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s talent show, Topper Revue.

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Every halftime activity at home football games included a victory arcb made by many Pep Club members.

A team sendoff was a common sight this year as Pep Club members turned out to see the team o ff to the football games.


Gail Mosher, Cathy O’Rourke, Geri Fuigenzi, Nancy Cooper, Roberta Geoffrion, Janet Harrow, Karen Burns, Mary Lehman, Bette Ann Mullins, Barbara Seegmiller, Stacy Williams, Ruth Lynch. S E C O N D R O W : Karen Stein, Becky Mutchler, Barbara Elliott, Lynne Loucks, Patty Kreiger, Rick Nichols, Patti Bunch, Sandy Beaumont, Lorina Garcia, Denise Keller, Mary Ann Lamb, Janet Clevenger. T H I R D R O W : Gloria Velasco, Terri Buchen, Pat FRO NT ROW :

Ann Trujillo, Cheryll Guerrero, Karen Turner, Pam Nelson, Debbie Day, Martha Penland, Wendy Cox, Karla Stein, Linda Carson. F O U R T H R O W : Sheila Ross, Becky Roberts, Rose Ann Peter­ son, Laura Winslow, Debbie Dunning, Larry Segar, Dave Lindblom, Martin Allex, John Agnew, Glenn Breisch, John Leffler, Ricky Luders.

Activities Include Decorating and Sendoffs

I Pep Club officers this year include Lee Ann Petty, Spirit Chairman; Debby Day, Treasurer; Martha Penland, Vice President; Wendy Cox; President; Pat Ann Trujillo, Publicity; Ann Deinken, Secretary. Sponsors this year are Miss Marga Lamb and Miss Luanne Thompson.

Roberta Geoffrion speaks to fellow students on the policy o f a football victory on one o f the many buses to the ex­ citing Las Vegas game.

Members take time from other school activities to help decorate goal posts for an upcoming Topper football game.

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D rill Tearn Performs Marching Routines

Jeanette Trujillo, Dea Petty, Roberta Geoffrion, Lee Ann Petty, Mary Lehman, Kathie Mullins, Gwen Davis, Mary Fitzgibbon, Marcy McCloskey. S E C O N D R O W : Jean Van Gemert, Becky McNeese, Geri Fulgenzi, Nancy Hobday, Betty Ann Mullins, Mary Ann Lamb, Terri Parrott, Chris Zeigner. T H I R D R O W : ] a n e t

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Harrow, Cathy O ’Rourke, Linda Chavez, Rose Ann Peterson, Cindy Hurt, Cathy Talafous, Lynne Loucks, Jackee Phillips, Linda Carson. F O U R T H R O W : Wendy Cox, Karen Stein, Patty Murphy, Pat Tru­ jillo, Ann Deinken, Martha Penland, Karen Blandford, Barbara McDonald.

T h e Drill T eam , consisting o f over 50 girls from the th ree classes, co ntinued to provide entertainment at hom e athletic events by p erfo rm in g various pre­ cision m arching ro u tin es d u rin g h alf time cere­ m onies. T h e girls help ed to m ake the Homecoming h a lf tim e festivities one o f the best in recent years by do in g an applause-w inning p o m p o n routine for the enthusiastic football fans gath ered together on th at fall evening.

The Los Alamos High School Drill Team stand at attention below and then do their pompon routine as they wait for their cue to start in the annual Homecoming Parade.

During half time at a basketball game. Drill Team girls do a Pep routine.

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Club Helps Conduct Local Science Fair Smaller than last year but m ore industrious, the Science Club has done m uch research and ex p eri­ m entation this year. T h e Science Club helped conduct the local Science Fair and helped exhibitors get their projects to the Regional and State Fairs. Ross Lem ons conducted plasm a research and was aw arded an all expense paid trip to Los Angeles, California, from W estern Electronics. Chriss Wil­ liams’ experim ent. P um ping o f W ater by Ion M igra­ tion, won a to u r o f the Navy’s facilities in San Diego and a cruise. Noel R unyan’s research on radio in ter­ ference originating in o u ter space received special aw ards in the N uclear Science field from the Air Force.

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lersi itf-Ross Lemons, Gordon Brown, and James Grover use a transit to determine the angle o f elevation so a launched balloon can be tracked, Bruce Krohn, Jacqueline Krohn, Jay Wooten, and Debby Miner watch while Gordon Brown performs a simple exfteriment.

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F R O N T R O W : Tom Sattizahn, Dennis Hemmendinger, George Overton, Mark Leachman, John Marshall, Paul Rexroth, Jim Domi­ nic. S E C O N D /?OIT.' Jeff Leary, Martin Hughes, Jim Bridge, Dwayne Hull, Joe Daly, Jon Lunn, Claude Campbell, Tom Cook. T H I R D

Charles Foglesong, Mike Gaffney, Larry Knapp, John Kemme, Conway Smith, Charles Schelberg, Kris Frame, Lester Norman, David Stoms, Scott Osborne.

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Jon Lunn, this year’s AFS exchange student and a native o f the Republic o f South Africa, shows his stuff at a practice session of the soccer Club at Sullivan Field. Jon served as president of the organi­ zation this year, while Mr. Alois Cernicek served as faculty sponsor.

In a typical after-school practice session at the football field, mem­ bers o f the Soccer Club work at perfecting their techniques in the sport. Soccer requires considerable speed, coordination, and agility, as well as a lot o f conditioning and a strong desire to excel in the sport.

Soccer Club Provides Popular Amusement A po p u lar form o f am usem ent for m any LAHS boys this year was again the w orld-fam ous sport o f soccer. T h e Soccer C lubbers m et on various days after school hours on an available field and attem pted to m aster the difficult skills called for in the sport. T h e club provided an opportunity for boys who did 148 Organizations

not norm ally participate in athletics to com pete w ithout a coach u n d e r a no-pressure, non-varsity situation. A lthough as a school club the soccer team could not com pete against o th er schools, the m em bers played several schools including Santa Fe Coll. ge.


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Spanish Club Provides Tule Atmosphere Spanish Club, sponsored by Mr. Jose Mojica has heen active this year, in spite o f its relatively small m em ber­ ship. O ne o f the m ain projects o f this club is to pu t up an d decorate the C hristm as tree in the high school lobby to help relay the Yuletide feeling o f m errim ent to all o f the stu d en t body. O th er projects o f this club include a sp rin g Pan A m erican Day d in n er an d the prom otion o f speaking the Spanish language. T h e Spanish Club also sponsored a dance to help prom ote the A m erican Field Service. T h e officers o f the Spanish Club are president, Cathy O ’R ourke; secretary, Beth Rasm ussen; and treasurer, Louis Mojica.

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Martha Scarbrough, Arleen Perez, Linda Jensen, Shirley Wright, Mary Sniezek. S E C O N D R O W : Rita Combs, Janet McKee, Ann Deinken, Marcia Tattan, Linda Hall, Linda Rector.

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Principal Mr. George Joyce installs 1965-66 officers Pat Hicks, secre­ tary; Linda Jensen, president; Mary Sniezek, vice president; and Marcia Tattan, treasurer; of the Topper Business Club.

T h e candy selling project o f the T o p p e r Business C lub netted a great deal o f profit, and th at gave m em bers o f the C lub an o p p o rtu n ity to do many useful things for the business students an d for the school. In the fall an open house for th e Business De­ p artm en t was held following the “Back-to-School” night activities at the Installation an d Initiation o f the T o p p e r Business Club. A n o th er open house was held for the parents and m em bers; this affair hosted aro u n d 80 people. In substitute o f a dance, the m em ­ bers decided to have a spring tea. T h is was a festive Easter-tim e tea with planned inform ality. T h e re always seems to be som ething going on in T o p p e r Business Club, an d students who jo in have an active m em bership.

Linda Jensen lights the president’s candle from the candle o f membership at the installation and initiation meeting.

At the initiation o f new members, Linda Jensen and Mary Sniezek lead the mem­ bers in the d ub’s creed.

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Business D ay Tour Is Highlight T his year the highlight o f the T o p p e r Business Club was Business Day held May 12. T h e g ro u p took an interesting to u r of the Zia Data Processing C en­ ter and also went to the LAST to see a typit dem o n ­ stration at CMFA. A fter their trip, the students convened for a “Feast” w here their parents enjoyed good food and fellowship with them . O ne o f the faithful m em bers was aw arded with a gift bought with the proceeds o f the highly successful candy sale.

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The members o f the Topper Business Club eagerly wait to board the bus for a day o f touring on Business Day.

Miss Marianne Howenstein, Personnel Mem­ ber o f LASL, talks with the students about requirements for summer employment and how to apply for a position.

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Mr. Cooley, Georgia Wilder, Nancy Knobeloch, Janie Hones, Nancy Murray, Margo Martinez. S E C O N D R O W : Cathy Walker, Nancy Potter, Janice Cake, l.ynn Panowski, Lavelle Calvert, Sue Peterson, Cherri Wenslay, Barb Me Donald. T H I R D R O W : .''indy Hall, Lynne Loucks, Donna Beth Stein, Cathy Weaver. Marlene Spence, Mary Edgett, Lynn Peterson, Kathy Martin, Myra Willar,

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Pam Zogg, Cail Mosher. F O U R T H R O W : Pat Carrity, Karen Stein, Kathy Nielson, Pat Oakes, Paula Oslxtrn, Janie Hobbs, Sharon Henicksinan, Lexi Heath, Sue Partridge. F I F T H R O W : Charlie Pacheco, Chris Bard, Dave Chezem, Paul Strom, Tom Boyle, Sue Blatz, Lonna Brown, Charlie Manger, Bonnie Carlson, Judy Jones, Jan Stephens.

Choir Participates in Various Functions In the fall the g ro u p traveled to Portales for the annual choir clinic that was held on the cam pus of the University o f Eastern New Mexico u n d er the direction o f a well known com poser. At C hristm as the choir p erfo rm ed in A lbuquerque for the V eterans Hospital. T hey gave an inspiring concert that was appreciated very m uch by the men. A to u r o f the ju n io r highs gave the vocal group a chance to p erfo rm in town. T h e choir also gave a spring concert at the Civic A uditorium .

The choir begins everyday with a few voice exercises. Mr. Tom Cooley directs one such exercise. During a regular choii class, Mr. Cooley directs a popular song. The types o f songs were varied, and the choir sang many new and different melodies.

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Seven top vocalists went to All State: Kathy Walker, Janie Hones, Donna Stein, Lynne Loucks, Susan Blatz, Judy Jones, and Janice Stevens.


This year those privileged orchestra members dominating All State a r e — F R O N T Vicki Morgan, Kay Johnson, Denise Clark, Harriet Newton. S E C O N D R O W : Wendy McGuire, Lee Chambers, Melanie Brisco, Barbara Cox, Larrayne Stephens, Betty Gage, David Nereson, Chuck Ramsey. T H I R D R O W : Katie Anderson, Janet Edeskuty, Betty McKown, Gloria Velasco, Julie Schrandt, Janet Fuller, Martha Penland. F O U R T H R O W : Rick Mendius, Carolyn Cooper, Paul Roensch, Bryan Johnson, John Starner, Bill Schrandt, Brian Fishbine, Gary Brown, Tony Schofield, Gordon Brown. ROW :

The orchestra prepares for another hard day of practice under the superb guidance and attentive ear of Mr. Eggleston. In his second year o f teaching at LAHS Mr. Rex Eggleston continues to direct the orchestra.

Following the pattern set in previous years, the high school o rchestra continued to be quite active this year. In addition to their three regular concerts, they also presen ted a Christm as program for the school and played at the B accalaureate services. Many o f the o rchestra m em bers participated in the All State p rogram , which honors outstanding m usi­ cians. T h e Los Alamos H igh School orchestra has always been a top notch organization. This year was no exception.

Orchestra Considered Topnotch Group Bryan Johnson —Concertmaster, Kay Johnson, Vicki Morgan, Bill Schrandt, Lucy Lundgren, Harriet Newton, Julie Schrandt. S E C O N D R O W : Barbara Cox, Gloria Velasco, Gloria Diaz, Carol Nagel, Barbara McKown, Virginia Calvin, Bob Whit­ more, Melanie Brisco, David Rile, Anne Hemmendinger, Martha Swickard, Stephanie Oliver, Lynn Jennings, John Starner, Katie Anderson, T H I R D R O W : Janet Edeskuty, Martha Best, Brian FRO NT ROW :

Fishbine, Anne Phillips, Carol Taschek, Carolyn Cooper, Carl Rudnick, Rick Mendius, Brian Neher, Jerry Duncan, Roger Turner, Mr. Eggleston, Paul Roensch, Jim Stearns, Tony Schofield, Gordon Brown, Chuck Ramsey. F O U R T H R O W : Betty Gage, Martha Penland, Larrayne Stephens, Charles Schelberg. F I F T H R O W : Denise Clark, Lee Chambers, Betty McKown, Sue Hoverson.


R O W : Barbara McKown, Claudine Kasunic, Barbara Roensch, Allen Moulton, Martha Scarbrough, Arnie (iore, Ste­ phanie Oliver, Janet Taub, Anne Hemmendinger, Marla Mann, Elizabeth Phillips, Kathleen Schelberg, Ruth Anne Merryman, Virginia Calvin. S E C O N D R O W : Scott Davis, Margaret Wohlberg, Irene Hengstenberg, Peter Dunn, Judy Frederick, Patty Oakes, Barbara Critchfield, Carol Taschek, Rick Mendius, Rita Combs, Lynn Jennings, Stanley Johnston, Christine Davidson, James Grover, Jody Benson, Jane Deinken. T H I R D R O W : ] o d y Bergstein, Anne Campbell, Bonnie Montoya, Roy Feber, Linda Scarbrough, Kay Fisher. Teri Devine, Laraine Bingham, Claire Larson, Martha Swickard, David Rile, Sandra Billings, Susan Shopp, Renee LaFRONT

Bauve, Bob Whitmore, Larry Giorgi, Chip Smith, Norman Macmann, Larry Keil, Larry Loucks, Louis Rojas, Vicki Hues, Henry Mueller. F O U R T H R O W : Susan Hoverson, Wendy McGuire. Brain Neher, Dan l^wis, Martin Hughes, Bill Shopp, Jeff Casados, Mike Kilgore, Charlene Douglas, Jerry Duncan, Jimmy Stearns, Allan Moulton, Mark Rayburn, Joe Mariner, Lee Caswell, Raymond Phillips, Barb Sembach. D R U M S : ] t 'd n Manger, Charles Schelberg, David Lyon, Joe Quintana, Charles Stephens, George Griffin. NOT S H O W N : Ray Shopp, Roy Cromer, Bob Keepin, Jay Wooten, Debi Miller, Allen Gauler, La Dawn Gibbons, Charles Pacheco, Robert Bueschel.

Topper Band Continues to Gain in Siz^ Mr. Heltman, who has been promoted to Director of Fine Arts for the State Department of Education, works hard with the band to prepare for a concert.

ROW : Barbara Critchfield, Claudine Kasu­ nic, Susan Hoverson, Bar­ bara McKown, Carol Tas­ chek. S E C O N D R O W : Brian Neher, Roy Cromer, Jerry Duncan, Charles Schelberg, David Lyon, Bob Whit­ more, Chico Diaz. FRONT

T h e Los Alamos high school band has been grow ing rapidly for the past few years, and this year it grew to approxim ately 80 m em bers. T h e year was m arked by 25 public appearances, highlighted by the honor o f leading the State Fair Parade. D uring the fall season o f the school year, the em phasis in the LAHS band was m arching drill, w orking u p football form ations, and playing for football games. T his year the band p erfo rm ed at six hom e games and th ree away from home. Im m ediately after the football season, their thoughts tu rn ed tow ard the concert aspect. Ensemble playing, tone color, and good intonations were the aims. Pep assembly program s, spring concerts, and participation in regional and state festivals were on the calendar. Individuals from the band were se­ lected to take p art in the special band clinics and the All-State Band. T h eir calendar was com plete, o f­ fering worlds o f exfjerience to the stu d en t and e n ­ joyable social contacts as well. W hen J u n e rolled aro u n d , the band finished an o th er season. Next year there will be an o th er band; bu t it will be m inus 23 senior m em bers who have graduated. Incom ing freshm en are expected to fill the shoes o f their excellent fo reru n n ers.


Band Activities One of the ways the band promotes school spirit is by performing at the half time o f football games. Shown at right, the band returns to the stands after a thrilling performance for the Hilltopper fans.

Another way the band members promote school spirit is by volunteering to play at basketball games. Shown above, the band is playing before a home game against St. Pius.

Sally Taylor, head majorette, entertains fans at half time of the St. Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game.

This year the band was honored by leading the State Fair Parade. Playing a spirited march, the band marches proudly before the judges.

Sally, Darline, IJnda, Gail, and Shirley perform at a basketball game.

Darline Dufour, Sally Taylor, Shirley W right. S E C O N D R O W . Paula Bolton, Gail Drumhiller, Linda Walters.

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Los Alamos l.os Alamos, one ol tlie three eom m iinities estahlislied in sec ret y by the Federal (iovernm ent d u rin g W orld \V;ir II, is now ;i forem ost center of research in the peiicetul uses of atomic energy. T lie itrea lorm erly fiad been ;m exclusive hoys’ rancli rim by Ashley Pond. I'lien.in 1942, Dr. Robert O irpeidieitner recom tnended the l.os Ahimos site as tlie perfect spot to Iionse a new secret lahoratoiy. In a tntitter of tnontlis the scliool was closed and the govertnnent took crver. Iti Hfd.'t, the l.os Alamos Scientific f.aftoratory develojted the lirst atotnic bomb. A lter tfiis great accom ­ plishm ent, LASI, undertook ;i second assignm ent—tlie creation of a fiydrogenl boml). Tliis too was successful. Since that time the l.ah lias been the nation’s forem ost developm ent center for luiclear weapons. LASI. is now putting em p h a­ sis on m ore peacf ul goals in science and medicine. 4’he town itself lias undergone dianiatic changes. It has progressed from a few log cabins to a m odern town of some 15,()()() people. New housing develop­ m ents and a shopping center have been built. T h e (iovernm ent is gradually w itlidrawing from county affairs. T hese changes are definite and tlie progress obvious; however, some things will always rem ain tlie same. Perhaps the most im portant is the spirit in which the town was established, and which continues today; and the abundant natural beauty encom passed in the su rro u n d in g m ountains.

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Getting back at the senior members of the squad, thejuniors. Barbie and Irene, are caught in a revengeful but fun-loving mood.

in Building Spirit need ed for the trip, the squad held bake sales at the LASL A dm inistration B uilding and held a special fu n d raising dance. W ith the help of good instruction at the school and an A frican ch eering supplem ent from o u r foreign stu d en t, Jo n a th a n L unn, the girls put together several new an d unique routines. A lthough h am p ered by the inability to attend most o f the out o f town games, the J.V . C heerleaders, Debbie, h ead, Patty, Sally, Cheryll, and B arbara, succeeded in aro using spirit at the sparsely attended hom e games.

Barbara Fox, Debbie Day, head, Patty Krieger, Cheryll Guererro, and Sally Burkheimer demonstrate their skill in gymnastics.

) The cheerleaders use their ingenuity in forming this modern pose to display their self-designed uniforms.

The junior varsity cheerleaders exhibit their white corduroy football uniforms.


i Doug Seegmiller, Tom Hawthorne, Ronny Holmes, Larry Holmes, John Trujillo, Barry Jones, Larry Knapp, Lynn Brewer, Bill Enloe, Tom Moore, Dave Chezem, Rick Dvorak, Bruce Kerr. S E C O N D R O W : Blair Jones, Wendy Williams, Joe Fitzgibbon, Lee Mitchell. Mack Ennis, Tom Netuschil, Tim Burns, Robert Jones, TOP RO W :

Ronny Randolph, Bruce Johnson, Martin Allex, Mark Andrae, Ted Emigh. B O T T O M R O W : ] \ m Thomas, Steve Williams, Brian Seegmiiler, Manny Rivera, Jim Griffin, Steve Smith, Bob Russo, Leroy Pacheco,Jim Wimberley, Ted Waterman,Jake Espinoza.

Toppers Compile Respectable 7-2-1 Record T h e 1965 football squad closed out their season with a respectable 7-2-1 record. T h e tough T o p p ers, who d efeated every double A o p p o n en t they faced an d several tough class A schools, suffered two great disappointm ents, a H om ecom ing defeat at the hands o f R aton and a loss in the playoff gam e with St. Michaels. Los Alamos en tered the St. Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game one loss beh in d in the District race, and the w inner would travel to the State Contest. T h e fired u p team s battled to a 19-19 tie, giving St. Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the representation to State. O ne o f several high points was the great comeback by th e T o p p ers after a bad night with Santa Fe H igh School to shut out the highly favored Rio G rande Ravens o f A lbuquerque, 21-0. In the last th ree years the T o p p ers have lost once to a double A school and never to an A lbuquerque school. H ead coach T om m y H ightow er was assisted this year by en d coach G erald B arry and the new line coach Glen Howl. Coach H ightow er and staff have com piled over the last th ree seasons an excellent 22 won, 6 loss, and 1 tie reco rd , with one District C ham pionship.

First Year Une Coach Mr. Glen Howl Head Coach Tommy Hightower End Coach Gerald Barry

Managers John Benziger, Bernie W eber,joe Curfman.

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)ini 1 homas I).mgs out extra v.irda^jc ill i !k‘ 1!^-() win ovei V'allev. jn i i r h o w a s , senior, l)a<.k, AllState tirsi team oHense, Back ot the Week. l . \ u u B r e w e r , senior, end, .\11Siale honoralile mention delense. R o i n i \ H ol m e s, senior, tackle. .Ml'Siate honorable mention defense.

senior, tack­ le. All-State first team o f f e n s e and d e f e n s e , HICiH S C H O O I. A l.L a m e r k ;a n . D a v e C.hezem, senior, back, kicking specialist. Rick D vorak,

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The I9()f) looihall season was filled vvitli an aiiay ()l not only ( lose frames, but niuisu;il ones. I he lilt with the povvei, S;nil;t Fe High. <>ii the second Ftidtiy of the new school yetir I tim ed into a C inderellii story, with the I lillio|j|)ers in the leading role. ■Saiitit Fe look the win, 45-14, hut was lorceci to for­ feit when it was discoverecf they were using an ineligible phiyei. 1 his put the unusual fooitiall score of 2-0 on the recoicl. Raton sjroiled a I.os Alamos H om ecom ing with a 10-14 upset. Los Ahimos liacl the ball inside the one \;ird line willi seconds rem aining. A miscue on the sna|) scjuirteci the Itall loose and a gold shit ted Figer fell on it with five seconds left, giving Ratctn the sui |)t ising and im portant District win. .'\notfier exciting, but disheartening, gam e was the phiyoff contest with St. Michael’s of Santa Fe. Los .Alamos lost District when, after knotting the score at f 9- f 9, they tailed on an extra point.

Ted Waterman is piled up in the game forfeited by Santa Fe. The D em ons fo r fe ited . 2-0, because of an ineligible player.


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senior, back, All-State honorable mention defense Leroy Hacheco,

'Led Waterman carries in the 40-0 trampling of Espanola.

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l^roy Pacheco shakes off a tackle in the Raton game. Raton took the exciting win 19-14 in a disappointing upset.

John Trujillo, senior, tackle, Ted Waterman, junior, back,

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Joe Fitzgibbon, senior, guard, Tom Moore, senior, back.

A host of Toppers converge on a St. Michaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bail carrier. The failure to convert an extra point gave St. Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the trip to State.

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Ron Randolph, junior, back, Boh R usso, junior, tackle, Brian Seegmiller, junior, cen-

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The Toppers are pictured offensively in the Grants game. Los Alamos overpowered the Pirates by the score o f 47-20.

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Speedy halfback Leroy Pacheco heads for an opening in the stiff Las Vegas defense. The C’.ardinals, a favored district opponent, fell before a spirited Topper squad 27-6.

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jimioi, tackle, All-Stale fionorable mention ol iense. I.arry H o lm e s,

Mam oi ihc ollcnsive <»uaiks ol ilu* Cii.mis I’ir.ilcs were st<){>pcd sliorl by ilie alert Topper delensc. (dam s was downed 47-20.

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t R O S T H O W : Jim Graebner, jackie Martinez. Dan Winterey, Jack Simpson, Keirn Roach. Kirk Tatum, Wencil McC-Ienahan. Don Barnes. Rav Zimmerman. Rick l.uders. Steve Hackenberry. Jim .-\dams. Bruce (iallaher. B / i C K R O W : Xino Segura, CTeg Maestas,

Ken Fisher, Robert Pacheco. Jim Bergowei'. Mark Andrews. Larr\ Davis, Jed Martin, Plii) Dunegan, (iar\ Hampton, Chris Benson. .Art Bridge, Allan Morrison, Kent Wâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;vclin. Allan Kernodle.

Junior Varsity Squad Wins Two Fhe junior varsity squad, led by quarierlrack Art Bridge, finished their season with a 2-4 record. Both wins were dealt to Espanola, 12-6 and 22-0. T he javvees took hard losses from Santa I-â&#x20AC;&#x2122;e, 13-6, the big M anzano M onarchs, 33-6, Las Vegas Robertson, 21 -6, and the McCurdy Bobcats, 4 1-6. Much credit should be given to the sophom ores, for through the season they are rec]uired to learn not only their offense and defense but the of fensive plays of the 10 varsity opponents. T h e execution of these plays enables the varsity to get a pre-gam e look at what they are to f ace.

Junior V'arsity Q)ach Mr. Andie Woodard

Tom Netuschil. junior varsity fullback, tries to outdistance several Las Vegans. The Cardinals took the hard fought win 2 1-6.

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Bob Russo, Jack Zasirow, Kip Roush, Dick Meyer, Pau! Strom, Terry Teetor. Rick Dvorak, Bruce Kerr, Bil! Wykoff, Tom Hawthorne,

John O’Mara, Jack Fellers, Steve Hill, Robert Jones, Leroy Pacheco, Managers, Bob VanGemert, Chris Carson.

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Toppers Eliminated in Tournament T h e Los Alamos H igh School basketball team en d ed th eir season som ew hat prem aturely w hen they took a d ish eartening loss at the hands o f the upset m inded nem esis, Raton. T h e T igers, behind the fine shooting o f All-Stater Bob Dabovich, outdistanced the T o p p ers by hitting 11 points in the last three m inutes o f play to cap a 51-43 win. T h e T o p p ers seem ed to be the u n d erd o g in almost every contest, having little height and few re tu rn in g letterm en; b u t by keeping th eir shooting percentage for the season in the 45 p er cent range and by hus­ tling the often times devastating press, the squad took first place honors in the Farm ington Invita­ tional T o u rn a m e n t and tu rn e d in a fine 17-9 record. T h e first h alf o f the season the T o p p ers played well, h ead in g into the F arm ington T o u rn a m e n t with

Varsity Coach Burt Buehrer

Tom Hawthorne, Jack Fel­ lers, and Bill Wykoff re­ ceived Honorable Mention m em b ersh ip to the New Mexico All State Basketball Team.

an 11 -2 record and wins over three AA schools —Ros­ well, G oddard, and Sandia. In the Farm ington T o u rn am en t, Los Alamos d e ­ feated G rand Junction C entral 87-50 and G rand Junction H igh 64-51, to m eet the m uch taller F arm ­ ington Scorpions in the finals. T h e LA squad played one o f its finest games o f the year to take hom e the trophy, beating the Scorps, 57-55. T h e second half o f the season, the T op p ers d id n ’t fare nearly as well, losing five o f the last nine reg u lar season games. O ne of the highlights of the second half was the victory over the highly touted Santa Fe Demons. T h e T oppers literally ran the taller Santa Fe team off the court with an effective full court press and an exciting shooting perform ance.


R u k D v o r a k , senior, 6 ft. 4 in. /«c/i'/‘V///’r,s, senior, 5 It. lOin. Co-c a f)ia in . H o n o r a b le Mention Ali-Siaie.

Bill Wvkoli zeroes in over (he oiustrcuhe<l hand ol a Roswell defender. The Toppers won by a score ol 68-60.

senior, 6 ft. in. C o -c a p ta in , H o n o r a b le Mention All-State S te v e H i l l , s e n i o r , 5 ft. 9 in. Tom H aw thorne,

Score Box 76 Los Alamos VVesi Las \'eg as NMMI 63 Los Alamos 73 Las Vegas Los Alamos Roswell 60 Los Alamos 74 Espanola Los Alamos Roswell-Goddarcl 62 Los Alamos Laos 77 Los Alamos Si. Mike’s 77 Los Alamos Raton 49 Los Alamos Sandia 63 l,os Alamos St. Pius 67 Los Alamos *(ir;ind I unction 50 Los Alamos Central *Cr;ind Junction 51 Los Alamos *Farniington 55 Los Alamos I ;tos 54 Los Alamos St. Mike’s 47 Los Alamos Santa Fe 57 I.os Alamos West Las \'eg;is 74 Los Alamos Raton 40 Los Alamos Valley 66 Los Alamos Farm ington 71 Los Alamos Las \'eg;is 76 Los Alamos Del Norte 88 Los Alamos **Las V'egas 60 Los Alamos **Ralon 50 Los Alamos **West Las \'eg as 81 Los Alamos *Denotes Farm ington T o u rn am en t **nenotes District Fournam eni

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Rick Dvorak ties up the ball in the NMMI game. The Toppers battled to a 64-63 victory.


Senior Bill Wykof'f drives for a layup in the Roswell game. Roswell fell 68-60 to a spirited and poised Topper squad.

I.eroy Pacheco nearly tails as he is forced to change direction quickly in the Raton game. The Toppers won 43-40. Rick Dvorak, 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;4â&#x20AC;? senior, hauls down a rebound in the 64-63 s(jueaker over the New Mexico Miliiarv Institute.

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jack Fellers lays in two at the end of a fast break in the Roswell game. Paul Strom follows up. Bill Wykof f gets the jumpball easily against a much smaller Taos center. 1-os Alamos, using their height to advantage, won just as easily 78-56.

junior, 5 ft. 1 1 in. junior, 5 ti. 6 in.

R o b e r t Jon es , B o b Riviso,

Wykoff nearly gets his shot blocked in the exciting game with St. Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. LA lost 47-43.

Tom Hawthorne attempts a shot as Bill Wykoff and Steve Hill battle for rebound position in the 86-67 win over St. Pius.


Steve Hill. 5. drops in a pair on a fast break as Jack Zasirow, 14, follows in the 86-67 upending o f St. Pius. Bill Wykoff shows good form as he cans a semi-hook shot in the 68-60 win over the Coyotes from Rosw-ell.

Tom Hawthorne gets free and goes in for a basket in the first meeting with arch rivals, the St. Michaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Horsemen. I..\ lost 77-64.

K i p R o u s h , ] u n '\ o r , D i\ . 11 in. Chris C a rs o n , B o b V a n ( k m e r t .

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C>oach Jim Higgins

John O’Mara, Rick VVeinbrechi, and Bob Pacheco pu in a rebound in the 6 2-61 win over St. Pius.

Dick Meyer, 24, sinks a jump shot in the 58-49 wliipping oi Taos.

Coach Iim H iggins’ sophom ores ended their fine season of 12-7 on a high note, defeating the last two team s they faced by alm ost 40 points apiece. Las Vegas 92-55 and Del N orte 89-48. This was quite a change from a season that saw the Ju n io r Varsity win o r lose many o f their games by less than five point m argins. Several high points occurred d u rin g the season. In the first Espanola gam e N eno Segura canned a jum p shot with seconds left, to cap a 50-49 win. In the St. Pius contest the Sartans tossed a shot up with two seconds rem aining, but it failed and the T oppers won 62-61. In the second St. Mike’s game the T o p p ers won 42-39, the same three point m argin thev lost by in the first game.

Jim I.aMonica, (ireg Maestas, Robert Pacheco, Dick Meyer, (iary Sirein, Terry Teetor, Rick Weinbrecht, John O’Mara, Doug Enloe, Keirn Roach, Louie Rojas. F R O S ' I ' R O W : (diris Carson,

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Score Box West I.as Vegas Espanola Las V'egas Espanola Santa Fe T ao.s St. Mike's Raton Sandia St. Pius T ao.s St. Mike’s Santa Fc West Las Vegas Santa Fe Valiev Farmington Las Vegas Del Norte

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Los Alamos Los Alamos l,os Alamos Los Alamos Los Alamos Los .Xlamos Los Alamos Los Alamos Los Alamos Los .-Mamos Los Alamos Los Alamos I.os Alamos l.os Alamos Los Alamos Los Alamos Los Alamos Los Alamos Los Alamos

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|im McNeese, Neno Segura, Steve Williams, Allen Herring, Steve Ciddio.


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F R O N T R O W : Chico Diaz, Mike Allen, Edward Holcomb, Mickey Trujillo, John l^ffler, and Manuel Rivera. H A C K R O W : John

Trujillo, Jake Espinoza, Tim Burns, Noel Runyan, Jim Thomas, Ken l^eibee. Missingis Lynn Brewer.

Wrestlers Capture District Championship A ll Varsity Members Score in Win

Coaches Tom Brown and Glen Howl.

Displaying an all a ro u n d team effo rt in the District 2A T o u rn a m e n t, the wrestling team b ro u g h t hom e the win­ n e r’s trophy by edging out d efen d in g cham pion Sandia H igh School o f A lbuquerque by a score o f 93-91 in a contest th at was not decided until the very end; in helping to clinch the victory, every m em ber o f th e varsity scored at least one point in the tourney. C oached again this year by Mr. T o m B rown and aided by his new assistant, Mr. Glen Howl, the grap p lers posted an excellent season’s record, losing only one dual m eet in district com petition. T h e overall record o f the team was a w inning one, consisting o f 7 wins, 6 losses, 1 draw , and the District C ham pionship.

Members of the team and Coach Brown go through an exciting moment in a home match.

Jim Thomas, 19 and 3 for the season, 1st in District and 2nd in State, heaves with a groan as he tries to free himself.

Chico Diaz at 95 lbs. is small but compiled a 21-5 record in his class, with a 2nd in District and 4th in State. Here he finds himself in a very com­ manding position.


M anager B ernie Weber checks the uniforms as he performs one of his many duties as wrestling manager.

Lynn Brewer, who was 15 and 9 on the season with a first in District, strains to free an opponentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hold.

eUlsinc:John Trujillo, who wrestled to a 12 and 9 season in addition to 4th in District, grimaces as he tries to defeat an opponent.

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Tim Burns, who had a 9 and 10 season and copped second in District, tries to reverse the hold of an opponent. ra n M E

Mickey Trujillo, who fought to a 12 and 11 record and 4th in District, works as he tries to turn his opponent.

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John Leffler, with a 3rd in District and a 12 and 11 record, finds himself awkwardly positioned in a close match.

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1)1ÂŽ F R O N T R O W : Brian Seegmiller, Gilbert Ferran, Mark Carson, Jerry Mattys, Pat Kennedy, Rick Nichols, Charles Rowley, Bruce

Runyan, Jim Wilhelm. S E C O N D R O W : Gary Hampton, Mack Ennis, Lloyd MacMann, Charles Swickard, Charles Davis, Paul Andrews.


Topper Swimmers Turn in Best Seas T his past year saw the swim m ers f ight their way to the best season a swim m ing team ever had; they finished with a 13-2 dual meet record, losing twice to New Mexico Military Institute. It was also the first year the T o p p ers defeated H ighland, who had won 27 dual meets in succession. Six out of ten school records fell last year, and 22 o f the 31 boys on the squad participated in the State C ham pionships as the team placed 4th ou t of 12 teams. Special recognition should be given to Steve Craven who won two first places in the State meet and holds the state record in the 100 yard butterfly with a tim e o f 55.1 seconds. This accom plishm ent

qualified him for honorable m ention in e High School All A m erican selection. T h e requirem ents for such an h onor was that a sw im m erâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tim e be in the top twenty in the nation, Steveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s was twentythird. With six letterm en re tu rn in g next season, as eight were g rad u atin g seniors this year, coupled with the possibility o f ju n io r high students losing their eligibility to com pete in varsity sports, the swimmers m ight not enjoy as lucrative a season in the coming year, but Coach H udson believes th at next season can be a w inning one.

Coaches Bill Hudson and Dave Agard

Team Captains Chuck Ramsey and Ray Shopp. R O W : Bill Hudson, Mike Hatch, Richard Watts, Mike Benziger, David Hoverson, John Bourne, Carl Osborn, Wencil McClennehan, Mike Quintana, Bryon Bannerman. S E C O N D R O W : Charles Cowan, BillShopp, Steve Craven, Mike Zinolli, Ted Vaughn,

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ROW : Steve Johnston, Charles Rowley, Gerry Huber, Bill Sthrandt, Mr. Shinn. F R O N T ROW: Jerry Rohwer, Dennis Brandt, Joe LaBauve, Steve Hodson, Brian Neher. BACK

Cross Country Is N ew Scholastic Sport

T h e year 65-66 saw an addition to the varsity sports. Mr. Russ Shinn, who came the previous winter, aroused interest am ong enough boys to start a cross country squad and en tered statewide com petition in the first year. It is different than most sports, in that all you do is ru n , and the low score wins. D uring the course o f the season, they edged out M cCurdy in a dual m eet 27-28 and placed seventh in state with Steve H odson placing 9th out o f the 50 boys running. Cross country is a new sport to the school, and the team did well in its first year of com petition.

Coach Russ Shinn. Bill Schrandt, Charles Rowley, Steve Hodson, Cierry Huber, and Jerry Rohwer strain in one of their few home matches.

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F R O N T R O W : Bob Bivins, Chris Bard, Roger Turner, Joe Daly, John Agnew, Tim McWilliams, Bob Hengstenberg. S E C O N D R O W :

Mike Sheinberg, Roy Cromer, Ronnie Harper, Lee Caswell, David Lehman. N O T S F f O W N : Mike Weldon, Peter Argo, Craig Russell.

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Tennis Compiles Best Season Record C om piling a season’s dual m atch record o f nine wins an d fo u r losses, the T o p p e r tennis team went on reco rd as the best team in the school’s history. T h e absence o f individual stars did not h am p er the team effort, an d the caliber o f play all the way down the ladder insured a w inning season. Coach Rodney Y oung praised the g ro u p for their team spirit and th eir willingness to play for team wins ra th e r than individual honors.

Junior Bob Bivins and team captain Joe Daly teamed together as a doubles team late in the season and succeeded in capturing the District 2A-B Doubles Championship.

Junior John Agnew, Dis­ trict 2A-B Doubles Runnerup

Senior Bob Hengstenberg, D istrict 2A-B D oubles Runnerup

Senior R oger T u rn er Third Year Regular

Freshman Tim McWilliams. High Point Man at Position 5

Junior Chris Bard Regular Ladder, Position 1 and 2


R O W : Steve Hodson, Jim Lory, Lynn Brewer, Leroy Pacheco, Jim Thomas, Jack Fellers, Joe LaBauve, Jerry Huber, Lee Trexler. S E C O N D R O W : Chris Carson, Steve Johnson, Jim Young, Bill Schrandt, Steve Smith, Glen Breisch, Ted Waterman. Ron Ran­ dolph, Bob Day, Brian Neher, Charles Luders, Neno Segura. T H I R D R O W : Assistant Coach Mr. Russ Shinn, Lee Mitchell, Greg FRONT

Page, Ted Emigh, Tim Lang, jerry Rowher, John Lory, Bruce Kerr, Steve Hackenberry, Larry Loucks, Jim Bergauer, Jerry Buchen, Robert Sirein, Paul Andrews, Rick Luders, Jim Macneese, Doug Enloe, Ray Zimmerman, Robert Pacheco, David Buckland, David Church, Head Coach Bob Cox.

Topper Tracksters Win Heavily in Meets T h e 1966 T rack squad, coached by Mr. Bob Cox and Mr. Russ Shinn, surprised m ore than a score of people this year as they tu rn ed in a really fine season, w inning District 2A, taking third in State, w inning the Las Lunas Relays, the Capital City Re­ lays, the Farm ington T riangular, the Santa Fe Q u a d ­ ran g u lar and all but one dual meet, despite a young and virtually inexperienced team . Age was no barrier, though, as the T o p p ers qualified m ore

boys for state com petition than in any o th er year. Last year’s State C ham pionship squad did about as m uch as a team could do, setting 14 new school records. T his year’s team kept the tradition going, setting seven. In State com petition first place honors were by Lynn Brew er, pole vault; G lenn Breisch, broad ju m p ; and Steve H odson, 2 mile.

Top point getters for this year’s squad are Charles Rowley, distance and relays; Lynn Brewer, pole vault; Steve Hodson, distance; Leroy

Pacheco, sprints and relays; and Glenn Breisch, sprints, hurdles, and broad jump. All did well in state competition in Albuquerque.


Leroy Pacheco gives the baton to Jim Thomas on the second leg o f a 440 yd. relay. This action was in a dual meet with Santa Fe. Los Alamos won 113-32.

1966 School Records Broad Jump 440 yd. dash 880 yd. run 120 yd. high hurdles 1 mile run 1 mile relay

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Jack Fellers clears the bar easily in a dual meet at home while Bruce Kerr warms up for the shot put competition. Both Jack and Bruce qualified for state contention. 29-934" 51.4 2:03.0 14.9 4:49.0 3:34.5 10:07.7

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Sophomore Robert Pa­ checo shows form in the 120 highs.

Coaches Bob Cox and Russ Shinn. Ted Waterman takes the handoff from teammate Leroy Pacheco and the lead on the first turn of the 880 relay.

Junior Steve Smith strides the 180 lows in form at race end.


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Rick Dvorak, All State catcher, and Doug Seegmiller, All State outfielder, aided the Hilltoppers through the season with fine defensive and offen­ sive work. Rick belted a two-run homerun in the op>ening game of the State Tourney, held in Ixis Alamos.

Hilltoppers Win State fo r Second Tear For the second year in a row the H illtopper base­ ball team won the Class A State C ham pionship, a leat never before accom plished by a Los Alamos athletic squad. T h e T o p p ers ro ared into the State T o u rn a m e n t on the crest of a 15-3 record and their third straight District C ham pionship. T h e Big G reen was not to be stopped as they opened the T ourney with a 10 hit, 11 ru n , shut out attack on the Panthers o f A nthony-G adsden. Big Rick Dvorak, All State catcher, belted a tw o-run hom er to open the backbreaking 6 ru n rally in the second inning. Five T o p pers —T om H aw thorne, pitcher; Rick Dvorak, catcher; D oug Seegmiller, Jim Griffin, and Steve Hill, outfielders —received All State honors. T om H aw thorne who pitched a total o f lOVS in n ­ ings in the T ourney, shutting out A nthony-G adsden in 7 and striking out 10 batters in the last 3 1/3 innings o f the cham pionship nightcap, was aw arded the Most Valuable Player award. Hits were the big factor in the two State Tourney wins for Los Alamos; and Doug Seegmiller, Jim Griffin, and Steve Hill tallied a fair share of them. All three were chosen for the 1966 All State team.

Tom Hawthorne, voted Most Valuable Player for the State Tourney, shows his pitching form which led him to a 20-1 career record.


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Action shots from regular season games show Steve Hill, outfielder and leading hitter; Ernie Smith, shortstop; Wendy Williams, first baseman; and Jim Griffin, outfielder.

Mr. George Joyce, high school principal, presents the State Championship trophy to the entire Hilltopper squad. F R O N T R O W : Steve Williams, Eddie Archuleta, Leroy Montoya, Stan Smith, Jim Griffin, Ernie Smith, Steve Hill, Joe Brophy, Blair Jones, Brian Seegmiller, Dick Meyers. B A C K R O W : Robert Jones,

Jack Zastrow, Lee Brundige, Doug Seegmiller, Wendy Williams, Rick Dvorak, Tom Hawthorne, Ronnie Keil, Mike Busse, Mike Geelan.

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R O W : Tracy Manes, Eddie Sanchez, Paul Ixe, Craig Dunning, John Siam. B A C K R O W : Bob Russo, Jay Wooten, Charles

Shafer, John O’Mara, Allen Morrison, Tom Boyle, Bill Wykoff, Steve McCartney, Ben Acree, Ken Fisher.

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Golf TeamTurns in Best Ever Season C oached by B urt B uehrer, the golf team posted the best record in the school’s history. T h ey never finished lower than third in any m atch and took hom e eight first place hon­ ors. Easily walking away with the district crown, the golfers m oved into the State T ourney with Socorro being the only team to beat them in the state finals. Coach B uehrer is looking forw ard to a great season next year with th ree re ­ tu rn in g letterm en.

Tom Boyle took home third place medalist honors to spur the Topper golf team to a second place finish in state.

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To Former L A H S Student On Jan u a ry 15, 1966, the new Los Alamos Gym was dedicated in m em ory o f T h u rsto n A. G riffith, J r. “T u rk ,” as he was often called, was quite active when he attended Los Alamos High School. T h e clubs T u rk participated in were L etterm en’s Club, Spanish Club, Key Club, Swimming Club, and Y Board. H e was co-captain o f football in his senior year and also took part in track, baseball, and swimming. He was elected Most O utstanding and Most Likely to Succeed in his senior year and served as a p h otographer on the La Lom a Staff. T u rk was born on M arch 17, 1940, and graduated from L.A.H.S. on May 28, 1958. He graduated from the U. S. Military Academy on Ju n e 5, 1962 and was killed in action in South Viet Nam on Jan u a ry 17, 1965.


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Jem ez Cool, dense forests o f deep green, high m ountain m eadows ad o rn ed with wild flowers o f every shade and scent, and tiny splashing brooks and falls m erge to.form the Jem ez M ountains, one o f the m ost delight­ ful and scenic areas in the entire state of New Mexico. Excellent hunting and fishing keep the many cam pgrounds filled the year ro u n d with people from all over the U nited States. M ountain clim bing in sum m er and skiing in the w inter are only two o f the many o utdoor sports offered by the Jemez Mountains.

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Dr. C. W. Richard, superintendent of Los Alamos Schools, briefly addresses students during this year’s banquet ceremonies. Speakers included Mr. Cieorge Joyce, principal; Doug Seegmiller, Senior Class presi­ dent: and Joe Daly, Student Council president.

Prom A nd Banquet Shows Industrious junior girls fold napkins and set tables to help make this year’s banquet one o f the best.

Seniors listen attentively to the speakers while waiting for dessert under.the cafeteria decorations.

Senior girls Shirley Wright and Mary Ruminer watch expectantly as the waitresses serve dinner during banquet.

Seniors Honored A t Festivities Seniors were h onored by the Ju n io r Class at the traditional B anquet and Prom . H eading the list o f h onored seniors were Prom King and Q ueen, D oug Seegm iller and Lee Ann Petty. Crow ned Prince and Princess o f the dance were ju n io rs Steve Smith and Barbie Seegmiller. T h e Five o f Us and Jim Y oung provided entertain m en t at the Senior B anquet. T h e tasty dinner, catered by the C arriage Inn, featured ap propriate dishes for the “Isle o f G olden D ream s” them e. A true “Isle o f Golden D ream s” awaited couples w hen they walked over an authentic-looking bridge into the Ju n io r-S en io r Prom. U nder the bridge was a m iniature pool su rro u n d e d by a flowered beach, the island’s shore.


Punch bowls made of ice surrounded by tropical plants were the main attraction of the refreshment table during the intermission.

Isle O f Golden Dreams

Juniors spent many long hours decorating the water­ fall in an “Isle o f Golden Dreams.”

Girls^ Gym Converted Because o f the impossibility to re n t the Parish Hall, th e girls’ gym was used. A beautifully lit fountain in th e cen ter o f the dance sent ou t w ater o f constantly changing colors, while a ru n n in g waterfall su rro u n d e d with sand and tropical plants decorated one corner. A special highlight was a vivid m ural draw n by Pat A nn Trujillo. Jim m y G ilm er and the Fireballs, a nationally fa­ m ous band, provided the music, which included their hit song, “S ugar Shack.” All aspects o f Prom con­ trib u ted in m aking the evening som ething to rem em ­ ber for m any years to come.

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Karen Stein puts the finishing touches on the waterfall decorations on the afternoon before the dance.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;An Isle o f Golden Dreamsâ&#x20AC;? was exquisitely carried out by the Junior Class. Students enter the dance floor over a small bridge into a Royalty poses for a picture with crowns and bouquets.

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Chuck Ramsey, a member of the Leitermen’s Club, presents Homecoming Queen Stacy Williams with the traditional bouquet of red roses at the half-time cere­ monies.

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“T o p p e r Safari” was this year’s them e for the H om e­ com ing activities sponsored by the Los Alamos Student Council. D uring the half-tim e cerem onies, H om ecom ing Q ueen Stacy Williams was presented with a bouquet o f roses. C row ned at the dance by football captain, Rick Dvorak, Stacy was attended by Sylvia N achlinger, Karla Stein, Kathy Reinig, and Julie Lyon. A lthough surprised at being crow ned, Stacy accepted her honor with the com posure o f a tru e queen. T h e queen and h er court were nom inated by the football team , and at a later voting time the attractive Stacy was chosen as the H om ecom ing Q ueen for the Los Alamos High School d u rin g the 1965-66 school year.

Homecoming Court is the main attraction of the half-time proceedings. Karla is escorted by Jack Fellers; Sylvia by Ernie Smith; Stacy by Chuck Ramsey; Julie by Steve Hill; and Kathy by Joe Daly.

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This year a new attraction was added to Homecoming when members of the Pep club participated i football game before the real Homecoming game that night.

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I he bonfire this year was, according to tradition, burned down the night before. However, the sophomores worked industriously to rebuild and make it successful.

Dance Climaxes Homecoming T h e H om ecom ing dance on S aturday night climaxed the three day span of' busy activities. Following trad i­ tional procedure, the bonfire was b u rn e d by a g ro u p of pranksters the night bef ore it was scheduled to have been bu rn ed , but this only ad ded to the general pandem onium and excitem ent. Each class, along with several g ro u p organizations, participated in the parade on Friday afternoon. T he seniors, despite various last-m inute m ishaps, m anaged to win first place. This is the second year in a row that the Class of â&#x20AC;&#x2122;66 has captured first place in the float com petition. Friday night the T o p p ers played an exciting game losing to the Raton Tigers. H ighlighting the festivities on Friday were the m arching form ations presented by the Drill T eam and presentation o f the H om ecom ing Q ueen and h er court.

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Pep Club Chooses Lynn A s Sweetheart Lynn Brewer

T h e crow ning o f Lynn B rew er, the new Sweet­ heart, highlighted the annual Pep Club dance. T h e purpose o f the S w eetheart’s Dance is to h o n o r an o u tstan d in g senior letterm an who has been an asset to the school an d who has m aintained the pro p er attitu d e tow ard athletics. Lynn, whose b ro th e r Ray was crow ned Sw eetheart in 1964, was no m inated for All State H onorable M ention in football and was captain o f the wrestling team in his senior year. H e was also district wrestling cham pion as a senior. H e has been active in track for three years an d placed first in the pole vault com peti­ tion at the State M eet as a senior. Pep Club m em bers chose Lynn over Jim G riffin, Steve Hill, Leroy Pacheco, and E rnie Smith for the honor. H e has always been willing to try his hardest in w hatever sp o rt he com petes, an d his team m ates have fo u n d him to be a lot o f fun an d a pleasure to work with.


Two Students Visit LAHS was fo rtu n ate enough to be host to two foreign stucfents foi the past year. Jonathan L unn, sponsored hy the APS program , came from South Africa. Jo h n spent the year with the Carl Rudnick family. T h e second foreign stu d en t, X im ena Rom ero, came from Ecuador and provided an interesting contrast to Jo h n . She was a house guest o f the Jesse Rose f amily and not an AFS student. A lthough Jo n a th a n spoke excellent English, Xim ena spoke only Spanish, and fo u n d com m uni­ cations to be a problem for a while. Both students, at LAHS, and it is hoped that they enjoyed their stay in Los Alamos as m uch as the students o f LAHS enjoyed having them . Through these stu d en tsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; visits to Am erica, o u r students learned m uch about the people and cultures o f E cuador and South Africa.

John shows two of his many talents as a singer and performer during Topper Revue, wearing an authentic Zulu costume from South Africa.

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Ximena progresses rapidly with her English as Kathy Rose provides assistance.

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Staters Recognized Nancy

During a special assembly these students explained how they felt about Girls’ and Boys’ State and the requirements for the students who will be nominated for the honor for this summer. Jim

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A chance to make m an y ac­ quaintances and an o p p o r­ tu n ity to le a rn about functions ot the state governm ent w ere p ro v id e d by th e 1965 Girls’ an d Boys’ State. Five girls and eight boys were chosen by the J u n io r Class last year. T ak in g place at the New Mexico Military In stitu te in Roswell, the Boys’ State convention enabled the boys to be­ co m e w e ll-a c q u a in te d w ith g o v e rn m e n t d u tie s . T h e d e le g a te s w e re T im B u rn s , J o e Daly, Jim Rogers, Mike Means, Jim G riffin, Rick Dvorak, C huck Ramsey, an d Dave Chezem. Girls’ State was held one week later on the U niver­ sity o f New Mexico cam pus. T h e girls took a part in the state gov ern m en t by replacing their co u n terp arts in gov­ ern m en tal offices. T h e delegates w ere Nancy Dabney, Sylvia N achlingcr, Karla Stein, W endy Cox, and Lee C ham bers.

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Honor Chosen By Faculty For the second tim e, Sylvia N achlinger an d Lee C ham bers tied fo r an im p o rtan t honor. T hey were both aw arded the title o f Miss LAHS, while D oug Seegm iller was chosen Mr. LAHS. T his h o n o r is chosen exclusively by th e faculty. D oug has been active in S tudent Council and F rench Club. As a senior, he was president o f the Senior Class an d the L etterm an’s Club. Sylvia was a m em ber o f S tu d en t Council and was a cheerleader fo r th ree years. Lee atten d ed Girls’ State and served as president o f the Internatio n al Relations Club in h er senior year.

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Valedictorian And Salutatorian NV Nancy

A w a rd Is For Top Students Nancy Cowan attained the highest academ ic hon o r avail­ able to a g rad u atin g senior, that o f V aledictorian, by placing first in h e r class standing according to grade average. She in tro d u ced S u p erin ten d e n t Dr. C. W. R ichard at the Com ­ m encem ent exercises. Nancy will attend the University o f C olorado in B oulder an d m ajor in m athem atics. She has been active in H onor Society an d F rench Club. B ecause o f his scholastic standing o f second highest in the senior class, David Stoms was aw arded the position o f S alutatorian. H e in tro d u ced Principal Mr. G eorge Joyce at th e g raduation cerem onies. Dave plans to atten d Rice University in Texas in Septem ber a n d m ajor in architecture.

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This year Lee Cham bers was voted Most O utstanding senior girl, while D oug Seegm iller and Noel Runyan tied for the h o n o r o f Most O utstanding senior boy. Lee has been active in S tudent Council and Olions, attended Girls’ State, and was president o f International Relations C lub.‘Doug, a letterm an in three sports, added m uch to T o p p e r athletics; as a senior, he served as pres­ ident o f the L etterm an’s Club and Senior Class, and participated actively in S tudent Council. Noel recovered from the total loss o f his sight to become president o f the Science Club, w inner o f several science aw ards, and a varsity wrestler.


M ost Talented

Chuck Ramsey

A w a rd For Students With Special Abilities The h onor o f Most T alented is presented to two students who have special abilities in areas not entirely academic. T his year the h o n o r went to Lavelle Calvert and Chuck Ramsey. Lavelle was active in C hoir for fo u r years and at­ ten d ed All State. She plays the piano and has ap p eared in m any individual perform ances. Chuck has been first chair in All State O rchestra and has played leading roles in many Olionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; productions. H e holds the unusual record o f being a five-year letterm an in swimming.

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Honor Based On Appearance Sylvia N achlinger and T om H aw thorne were chosen as the most attractive seniors this year. This honor is aw arded on the basis of facial attrativeness, good groom ­ ing, and a friendly personality. Sylvia has been a cheerleader for three years and was head cheerleader as a senior. She has been active in Pep Club and S tudent Council and was class favorite for two years. T om was an active m em ber o f S tudent Council. He was selected for All State Football and Basketball and was captain o f the basketball team as a senior. He was also chosen for All State Baseball and was aw arded an athletic scholarship to the University o f New Mexico to play base­ ball with the Lobos.

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Friendliness Considered In A w ard C onsidering all-around friendliness and willingness to help others, m em bers of the Senior Class chose Lee Ann Petty and Leroy Pacheco f or the Best Personality award. O ver the years, Lee Ann has been active in S tudent Council, H o n o r Society, the L.A. Youth Council, (iAA, and Pep Club. Lee A nnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ready smile and outgoing personality have enabled h er to be considered a f riend by many of h er classmates. Leroy has been a standout as an athlete at LAHS, earn in g varsity letters in football, basketball, and track, and d u rin g his senior year he served as a co-captain of the track squad. Leroy consistently gives his best elTort in w hatever sport he participates, and he is always a true com petitor and a friend to ail of his classmates. Highlights 205


Seance Theme Covers Time Sp il's “Seance in Red, W hite, and Blue” was i' id i of them e for T o p p e r Revue. A dding their ov. C huck w arm th and enthusiasm . Sue P artridge Ramsey introduced the acts. T h e class skits covered a wide rang- of topics; the sophom ores went back into the past to colonial times, while the juniors gave their im pressions of contem porary local situations. T h e seniors to p p ed off the class acts by presenting their views of civilization in the f uture. T h e “H illtop Hillabaloo,” featu rin g several local bands, folk singers, and o ther perform ances, h ig h ­ lighted the second act. Several dances, including an o th er hum orous Senior Boys’ D ance, a crow d­ pleasing perform ance by Karla Stein, an d a Goldfinger an d Cymbal Dance by senior girls, helped to provide en tertain m en t in the best T o p p e r Revue ever held at LAHS.

The junior class carries out the theme of Seance in Red, White, and Blue with a satire on the Los Alamos.

Topper Revue Provides Variety o f Acts A sadrical look into the classroom procedures of the future generadons is provided by the Senior Class of 1966. Acdng as mistress and master of ceremonies, Sue Partridge and Chuck Ramsey add their own per­ sonal touch to T opper Revue, 1966.


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Marcy McCIoskey and Dea Petty combine their efforts and present an entertaining dancing horse act for this year’s Topper Revue.

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Wearing a pink felt costume, Karla Stein proves one o f her many talents as a dancer.

While singing to the tune o f “O h, You Beautiful Doll,” the dainty senior boys pre­ sen ted their annual dance at Topper Re­ vue.

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Baskin Robbins..................... 210 Carriage I n n ..........................211 Carson C on oco....................... 211 Central B everage................... 219 Centre T h eatre..................... 215 Clement and B en n er........... 210 Clothes R ack..........................211 Community Broadcasting Co.........^...............................214 Corbett Cleaning Co.............216 Draggon D ru gs..................... 219 Decols, Inc............................... 218 First National B a n k ..............213 First National Bank of Santa F e ......................... 219 Gate Drive I n .........................215 The Guarantee, Inc...............215 Hall’s S h o es............................ 212 Hayes Jew lers........................ 212 Hill Auto Supply, Inc........... 216 Jack In The B o x ................... 210 Kahn’s Shoe S tore................. 218 Lakeview Barber S h o p .........2 11 Loensteins...............................213 Lion Moving and Storage . . 2 1 0 The L o d g e...............................218 L.A. Beauty S h o p .................. 217 L.A. Broadcasting..................214 L.A. Buildingand Loan . . . . 214 L.A. D ru g................................ '216 L.A. F loral............................... 217 L.A. Garden C en ter..............217 L.A. M onitor...........................210 L.A. National B a n k ............... 213 L.A. Photo S h o p .................... 221 L.A. Pit S to p ............................220 L.A. Stationery....................... 213 L.A. Transfer Co.................... 215 Mae Ann Beauty Salon . . . . 219 M and S M arket..................... 213 Mesa M arket...........................219 Metzgers Stores..................... 214 O lson's......................................214 Pastry S h o p .............................214 PHueger’s ................................ 213 Pro Sports S h o p .....................220 Schaumbcrg O ptical............. 211

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Index Shamrock Stationery......... ■21 7 Shalako S lio p ....................... ■212 Sparkie.s Soda b a r .............. . 221) Sp eer's................................... . 21 9 State I'arm Insurance Co. . ■216 Liano's.................................. ■216 While ■Auto S to r e ............... .2 2 0 /ia C o .....................................

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Students A Abcyla, C.hai le s ........................ 58 Abeyta, D olores........................ 90 Atree, B e n ....................... I()4.l8(i Adams, D avid..........................104 Adams, D en n is......................... 58 ■Adams, J a m e s................... 90,167 A d am s,John............................. 90 ,‘\ gnew , John . . . 42,88,90,139, 146,181 ■Ahearne, D an iel....................... 90 Aldrich, W illiam .............. 58,178 Alire, Priscilla............................90 Allen, M argaret........................ 58 •Allen, William , . . . 104,133,176 Allex, E lsie............... 90,131,140 Allex, Martin . . . 90,46,161,166 ■Allsman, M ichael......................90 ■Anderson, Catherine ■■ ■40,58, 129,153 Anderson, Robert ■■, 27,90,130 Andrae, Mark , ■■. 104,161,166 ■Andrews, P au l................ 104,182 Andrus, D on ald....................... 58 ■Apodaca, Elizabeth..................58 ■Appiill, A n n ............................104 Archuleta, E d d ie..............58,185 Archuleta, J o h n ....................... 90 Archuleta, M olly.....................104 Argo, Paul ■■■■'...................58,70 Argo, Peter............ 104,133,181 ■Armstrong, Robert.................104 /Ashley, W illiam........................ 90 Avila, K eith............................... 58

SHALAKO SHOP Los A l a m o s , N e w M e x i c o

Box 9 7 0

A u th e n ic In d ia n A rts a n d C r a f t s N a m b e W a r e — Lo m a pottery — K a ib a b M o c c a s in s In th e C o m m u n i t y C e n t e r

HAYES JEWELERS Wallace and International Sterling Silver

B Babich, M arilynn....................104 Bailey, D o u g ............................104 Baker, Richard......................... 90 Bannerinan, Bryon . . . . 104,178 Bard, C h n s .............. 90,152,181 Barnes. D o n .......... 104,133,167 Barnes, J o h n .....................90,178 Barnes, M yra...........................104 Baros, Louise...........................104 Baxman, j u d ith ............... 59,144 Bay, Catherine . . . . . . . 20,26,59 Bayhursl, (Gregory . . . . 90,178 Beaty, Step lien ......................... 59 Beaty, W illiam.......................... 90 Beauchamp, Antoinette . . . . 59 Beaumont, vSandra......... 59,145 Beckwith, J o y ............................ 90 Beg, L ouise............ 104,115,125 Benson, C'hris................. 104,133 Benson, J o d y .............................59 Benson, Kathryne.................... 90 Benton. Constance . . . . 59.130 Benton, Patricia........................90 Benziger.John . . . 104.121,138, 161,178 Berg, T h om as........................... 59 Bergauer, J a m e s...........104,182 Bergstein, J o d y ....................... 104 Berrett, G en a............................ 59

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HALL'S SHOE STORE

Where the teenagers GO

Diamonds Watches Distinctive Gifts Accounts Invited

In the Community Center

Phone: 2-3030


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M & S SUPER MARKET Santa Fe,Los Alamos,Espanola Northern New Mexico's Leading Super Markets

PFLUEGER'S

The Place in Santa Fe Where You Buy

Congratulations

"Smart Footwear"

to the Class of 1966

Phone YU 2-5851

LOS ALAMOS STATIONERS

1907 Central

LOEWENSTEINS LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL BANK

Serving Los Alamos County A member of F.D.I.C. Dial 2-5201 Use Our Drive-in Window

Los Alamos Floral Company

Best, M artha......................90,153 Billings, Sandra................. 20,59, 125.144 Bingham, Laraine........ 104,141 Bivins, Robert.. 90,135,136,181 Blandford, K aren.......... 60,146 Blankenship, C ecil................... 90 Blatz, S u sa n .............. 23,60,138, 140,152 Blossom, B ru ce.........................90 Blossom, M ik e.........................104 Boegli, R egina.........................104 Boise, C hester........................... 60 Bolin, A lice.............................. 104 Bolton, P aula...........60,155,207 Boone, Martha................104,144 Boone, Marlyss......................... 60 Borkenhagen, James . . . 60,130 Bosserman, S tev e......... 104,178 Bourne, Jonathan........ 104,178 Boyer, Scott............................. 104 Boyle, Thomas . . . . 22,60,119, 140,152,186 B ram ble,Jean................. 104.144 Brandt, Dennis .. 20,60,130,180 Brashear, A d rienne.................60 Brazfield, T o n y ........................ 90 Breisch, G lenn................. 90,136, 145,182 Brewer, Ralph . . 34,43,61,136, 161,162,176.182,197 Bridge, Arthur . . 102,103,104, 114,121,167 B rid ge,Jam es.......... 44,61,148, 132,133 Briscoe, Melanie . . . 90,131,153 Brooks, Marcia . . . 104,121,139 Brophy, J o se p h ................90,185 Brousseau, T e rr y ................... 104 Brower, Richard.......................90 Brown, Gary . . 90,123,129,138, 140,147,153 Brown, Lonna . . . . 61,124,152 Brown, G ordon............ 105,153 Brownlee, Wayne . . 33,105,133 Bruingtion, F a y ........................ 90 Bryan, Phyllis............................61 Buchen, J err y ..................105,182 Buchen, Teresa . . . . 25,61,145 Buckland, David .. 105,133,138, 182 Bueschel, Richard . . 61,130,154 Buesrhel, Robert.....................105 Bunch, Patricia . . . . 91,145,124 Burke, Charlotte . . . 91,138,139 Burke, Gwendolyn . . . . 91,138, 139 Burkheimer, M ichael............61 Burkheimer, Sally . . . . 102,105, 120,126,144,159 Burns, K aren.......... 91,126,145 Burns, Timothy . . 61,120,132, 134,135,136,161,164,176,199 Busse, M ichael................ 91.185

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Cadcnhead, Patrick............... 91 Cake, J a n ic e .................. 105,152 Calvert, Lavelle . . . . 61,138,153, 202 Calvin, Virginia . . . . 22,91,134, 153 Campbell. A n n e ..................... 105 Campbell, C lau d ............ 61,148 Campbell, Selm a.................... 105 Campbell, Sh elley.................... 91 Candiotti, M ichael..................105

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Index Ciinirell. M aigarcl................. 105 Oarlson. B on n y.................0‘J .152 ( ‘•ai'inan, RoIk t i ................17,91 Carson, Chrislo|)}u‘i . . . 91.11)9, 175,182 ('.arson, l.inda . . 19,20,91.!45, 140 Carson, M ark....................28.105 C.iLsados, je ttr y ................. 91,154 (aisliwell, jon ad ian ................105 Caswell. Barbara.....................105 Caswell. L e e ............. 91,154,181 C. de Baca, C arla......................91 C. de Baca. .Mark.................... 105 C.hamOers, Lee . . . 02,121,140, 155.199,205 Chambers. W illiam..................91 Chaney, D a n ..................... 91,157 Chaney. W illiam...............02.147 Chang, (ilo r ia ........................... ()2 Chang, M yra........................... 105 Chapman, Cynthia . . . 105,141 Chavez, L inda................. 91,140 Cdiavez, M itchell...................... 91 (dielius, Patrick........................ 91 Cherry, M ark............ 25,02,178 Chezem, D avid......... 55,05,152, 101,102.199 Christensen, R o d ................... 105 (diristensen, R o y ......................91 C.hurch, David................ 105,138 (addio, Stephen . . 105,132,133, 175 C.iddio, Wayne . . . . 62,134,135, 130 Cislaghi, J en n ifer.........105,139 Claiborne, S te v e .......................91 (dark, B ru ce............................. 91 Clark, D en ise.................. 106,153 Clark, Frank............................106 Clevenger, )anet . . . 92,145,124 Clifton, Lorraine.......... 106,144 Coburn, G ail..................... 62,126 Coburn, Patty........................... 92 Coburn, Susan . . . . 92.120.144 Cole, E ric................................... 92 Cole, Joseph..........106,124,132 Cole, Nancy . . . . 22,03,134,140 Cole, Sandra . . . 22,92,119,124, 140 Cole, S u san ................................92 Combs, R ita...................... 92,150 Cook, Thomas . . . . 92,148,133 Cooper, C arolyn............ 63,153 CiOoper, N an cy................. 92,145 Cordova, E sther..................... 106 Cordova, M ary................. 28,106 Cordova, Patsy......................... 63 Cordova, Sh irley..............92,150 Cordova, Shirley.....................106 Cottrell, G eorge................17,106 Coulter, J o a n ............................ 92 Cowan, Charles................ 92,178 Cowan. N a n cy .................. 63,138 Cox, Barbara...........92,138,153 Cox, V ictor...................... 106,133 Cox, Wendy . . 63,146,199,197, 124 Cramer, D ouglas......................92 Craven, S teven ................. 92,178 Crisler, M ary.....................99,124 Criss, J o h n .................................63 Critchfield, Barbara . . . 106,154 Cromer, T o m ..........................181 Cromer, R o y ........................... 154 Cummings, L ow ell.........28<406 Cunnington, E u g en e.......... 106 Curfman, Joseph . . 106,161,133 ('ushing, B ill........................... 106 Cushing, L e e ........................... 106

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KRSN-AM 1490 and KRSN-FM STEREO 98.5

On Your Radio Dial Los Alamos

OLSON'S MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR METZGER STORES in the Community Center and Diamond Drive Appliances & Hardware Home & Auto Supplies

Eagle Clothes and Arrow Shirts Puritan Sweaters and Haggar Trousers Community Center

THE LOS ALAMOS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION


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CENTRE THEATRE in the Community Center Dial 2-4012

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THE TITLE GUARANTY and INSURANCE CO.

First and Oldest

Locally owned Title Agency specializing only in Title Insurance

A favorite hangout for the Toppers

President —W. Clarence Courtright Sec.-Treas. —Winston L. Dabney Counsel —Sterling F. Black Office Manager —Mrs. Mona Williams

Dabney, Nancy . . 21,57,63,144, 199,207 Daily, L aD onna.............. 63,119 Daly, Joseph . . . 63,70,120,132, 136,138,148,181,195,199 Daly, M artha................... 106,129 Daly, Richard . .64,128,129,134 Daniour, M ichelle..................106 Dankert, L inda.........................92 Darrell, T h o m a s...................... 64 Davidson, Christine . . . 106,127 Davis, Charles...........................92 Davis, D ian e.............................. 92 Davis, G wendolyn......... 64,144, 124.146 Davis, Lawrence...............92,130 Davis, Robert...........................106 Davis, S cott......................106,133 Davis, V icki............................... 64 Day, Deborah.......... 92,126,145 Day, Robert . . . 92,136,159,182 Deinken, Anne . . . . 64,138,144, 150.146 Deinken, J a n e .................106,124 Delano, Stanley................. 19,64 Dennis, M ary.........................106 Desilets, Michele . . 92,124,138, 139,140 Devine, T e r i............................106 Diaz, G loria......................64,153 Diaz, M anuel.......... 92,154,176 Dickinson, J u d y ......................106 Dion, P aul..................................92 Dominic, James . . . 64,130,133, 148 Donahue, S u san ..................... 106 Dougherty, A rthur.......... 34,45 Douglass, C arl.........................106 Douglass, Charlene . . . . 65,126, 127,124,138,154 Dow, Rebecca................106,149 Drumhiller, Arlene . . . . 65,106, 144,155 Drumhiller, Laurell.............. 207 Dufour, Darline . . . 93,144,155 Dufour, Diana.........................106 Dugan, M ichael........................65 Duke, L inda.............................. 93 D uke,Thom as......................... 106 Dunagan, P hillip......................93 Duncan, G erald........... 153,154 Dunn, P eter...................106,133 Dunning, D eborah................ 145 Dvorak, Richard . . . 41,65,136, 161,162,169,170,171,185, 195,199

E Earl, M ary................................107 Edeskuty, F re d ....................... 107 Edeskuty, Janet . . . 65,127,138, 140,153 Edgett, M ary.....................93,153 Edwards, M ichael.................... 93 Eimer, J u d y ...............................93 Elliott, Barbara . . . . 93,126,138, 145 Elliott, E d ith ........................25,93 Embry, Jon ath an ........... 93,140 Emigh, Ted . . 93,136,161,166, 182 Enloe, Douglas . , . . 107,1 75,182 Enloe, William ,, 35,93,136,161, 165 Ennis, Malcom , , . , 107,161,166 Enzian, G eraldine..................107

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Karlc), Slia r o ii................ 2K, 107 kan , (k 'o ltre v ......................... I'flicr. R o y ..............................107 kellers, loliii . . 0,5,73,1 SO, I (HI, 170,172,182,195 l erraii, (lilOert.................. 90,132 I'firi.s, M aria..............................93 I'K'kett, Leslie........ 107,138,145 l islihine, Brian . . 22,57,05,120, 135,138,140,153 l ishci , Robert . . . . 93,120,144 l-'isher, K e n ........................ 9 3 ,180 I'isher, Stanley.......................... 05 l-'ishler, D oris...........................107 l-'i.shler, J e a n e tt e ....................... 05 Kitzgibbon, Chris . . 00,93,130, 101,104 kitzgibbon, M ary.......... 107,140 Fletcher, R obert........... 107,133 Flynn, Isabel.......... 107,125,144 Flynn, Leontia.................. 93,120 Foglesong, Charles . . . . 93.131. 148 Foglesotig, Robei t ....................93 Fowler, M ary .............................93 Foley, Alice.............................. 107 Fowlkes, C h arles.....................107 Fox, B a r b a r a ................. 107,159 Fox, F h o m a s ........................... 00 Frame, K a n d y ......................... 107 Frame, K r i s ................ 42,00,148 Frank, G e o r g e .................I 9,107 Frazier, Gloria.......................... 93 Frederick,Judith . . 107,138,141 Freyman, C a r o l........................ 93 Freyman, Robert.......... 107,132 Fritch, L i n d a ............................. 93 Fulgenzi, Geraldine . . . 93,120, 120,145,140 Fuller, J a n e t .......... 107,120,153 Furrh, Anthony............... 94,130 Furrh, Elaine...........................107

(; Gaffney, J a m e s ......................... 94 Gaffney, Michael . . 66,84,132, 148 Gage, Elizabeth . . . 94,107,153 Gallagher, Douglas................ 107 Gallaher, Bruce . . . 108,133,167 Gallegvts, Christopher......... 108 ( iailegos, J o h n .........................108 Gallegos, Veronica.................108 Gamble, Peggy.......................... 9 4 Gatiler, .Allen...........................108 Garcia, f.orina.................. 66,145 Garcia, Pearl......................66,144 Garcia, V e rn on .........................94 Gardner, I,ois A n n .........94,126 Gardner, M a r k ......................... 94 Garrity, Patricia Ann . . 108,153 Gauler, A llen...........................154 Gauthier, J o h n ........................108 Geelan, Michael...................... 108 Geoflrion, Ronnie . . 29,57,77, 120,132,133 Geoffrion, Roberta . . . . 94.145, 146 German, f.in d a................... 25,94 Gibbons, I.adawn.........108,1.54 Gibson, D o u g ............................ 94

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STATE FARM INSURANCE M itch ell M eln ick

DRUGS

Fa m o u s C a re fu l-D riv e r C a r In su ra n c e . . . knovi/n fo r V a lu e . . . W o rld 's La rg e st Full-Tim e C la im S e rv ic e N etw o rk . . . In su rin g M ore C a rs th an a n y oth er C o m p a n y A uto — Life — H o m e o w n e rs M e x ic a n Ins. & Title Ins.

1553 M y rtle , Room 2 , 2-4363

Congratulations to the Class of 1966

CORBETT CLEANING CO. 1324 17th Phone 2-2100

LOS ALAMOS DRUG in the Central Shopping Center

TIANO'S SPORTING GOODS

Fill all your hunting, fishing, and other sporting needs at Tiano's

Free Pick-up and Delivery Complete Laundry Service Alterations • Rug Cleaning • Rug and Upholstery Cleaning Rental Equipment

In the Community Center Phone 2-2459

THE HILL AUTO SUPPLY

• Automobile, Truck, Tractor Parts

"Service Is Our Business'


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THE ZIA COMPANY Los A l a m o s , N e w M e x i c o

Compliments of

LOS ALAMOS BEAUTY SHOP

SHAMROCK STATIONERY and Gift Supply

Professional Care Is Best for Hair

Phone: 2-3745 1258 17th St.

Get Your Corsages at the

LOS ALAMOS GARDEN In the Community Center Phone 2-3993

CENTER 208 D.P. Road

2-5852

Haase, R i c h a r d .........................108 Hack en b err y , .Stephen . . . . 108, 167,183 H a t e r k a m p . C h a r l e s ................ 67 Halerkam i). R i c h a r d ........... 108 Hall, G y r u h i a ..................108,152 Hall, Linda . . . 94,1 26 ,127,150 Hall, S u s a n .................................. 67 Hall. W a r r e n .............................. 67 Halliday, L i n d a ................. 94,149 H am m el, S t e p h e n .......... 94,140 H a m p to n . G a r y .............108,133 H a n n a . D a n i e l ................... 94,132 Harlow, r i i o m a s ....................... 67 Harfjer, R o n a l d ................ 94,181 Harrall, J i m .................................94 Harrall, R u t h ....................26,1 08 Hicks, S u a n n a ...................... 2 1 .68 H i l l , J e l l ...............................94,140 Hill. Karen . , 108,120.126,141 Hill, S tep h en , . 68.169,1 70,1 72, 173,174,185,195 Hipwood, K r y s i a ......................108 Hobday, N a n c y ..................95,146 Hobbs, I a n e ...............................152 Hockett, T o m ............................. 68 Hockett, T in a . . . 103,108,120. 126,138,144 Ho d so n , R i c h a r d .....................108 Ho d so n , S tep h en . . 68,180,182 Holcomb, E d w a r d ..........95,176 Hollen, R o b e r t ......................... 109 Holmes, B e c k i .......................... 109 Holmes, G r e t t a .......................... 68 Holmes, Larry . . . . 95,136,161, 163,166 Holmes, Ronnie . . 68,136,161, 162 Holt, L a u r a .........................69,131 Holt, P a t s y ............................... 109 Hones, J a n i e . . . . 109,127,138, 139,141,152 H opkins, S t e p h e n ................. 109 H o r p e d a h l , G a r y ..................... 95 H overson, D a v i d .......... 109,178 H o v erso n , Susan . . . 29,95,141, 153,154 H u b e r , G erry . . 69,130 ,180 ,182 H ues, V i c k i ............. 109,126,154 H u g h es, Martin D.......... 69,133, 148,1,54 H u g h es , Robert S .......................69 Hulette, .Adrienne C ................109 Hull, Dwayne E. . . 69,13 0,133, 148 Hull, L a u r e n ...........................109 Hults. l . a r r v ...............................109

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DECOL'S INC.

Community Center

THE PASTRY SHOP laeger, ( .c u e ..........................I (19 lanecka, | a n ............ 9,5,129,1-10 laiamillo, |cs.sc....................... H)9 |ai vis. D ale.................................0 9 Icnuiugs, l.v u ii................. 95,l5:i leimings, M aiiiccu.............. 10 9 Icnuiugs, W illiam ................... 1 0 9 Jensen, L inda....................69,150 Johnson, W illiam....................109 Johnson, B obb ie.....................109 lohnson, Bruce . . . 109,161,160 |ohn,son, Bryan . . . . 51,95,155 lohnson, |a n is .......................109 Johnson, K a \ .................. 109,155 lohnson, W ally..................... I 09 lohustou, Stanley................. 1 09 lohnslon, Steven . . 95,180,182 |ones, Barry . . 7(1,152,161,163 Iones, D avid...........................I 0 9 Jones, Blair . 95,99,161,165 Jones, J u d y .......................109,153 Jones, Robert . . 95,136,161,165, 169,172,185 Jordan, .Marv...........................109

If it's photographic at all Think of Decol's

Where Friends Meet In The Community Center Phone 2-2754

Los Alamos, New Mexico,

KAHN'S SHOE STORE

Phone 2-3091 120 W. San Francisco Street in Santa Fe

For Popular Priced Shoes

K Kain. T o b y .............................110 Karlen. C u rt............................ 110 Kasik, Linda.............................110 Keepin, R obert.................95.154 Kasunic, C laudine......... 95,154 Katcher, D avid........................110 Katcher, J o e .............................. 70 Keil, Larry............. 1 10,154,182 Keil. R onnie.................... 70,185 Keller, D enise............... 1 10,145 Keller. J e a n ............................... 95 Kelley, Linda...........................110 Kemme, John . . 70,148,180,133 Kennedy, Bradley................. 70 Kennedy, P at................... 16.1 10 Kernodle, A lan ............. 1 10,182 Kerns, Deborah........................ 70 Kerr. Bruce . . 95,132,136,161, 164,169,172,182 Kerr, H a l................................... 95 Ketchell, Dewayne................... 70 Kilgore, Michael . . 95,1 19,128, 129,134,140,154 Killough, ja n e t............. 1 10,126 King. M ichael............................71 Kinker, Jean ette..................... 110 Knapp, Larry......... 71,132,136, 148,161,163 Knight, Sh irley......................... 71 Knight, S te v e .................... 95,132 Knobeloch, N ancy.........71,126, 144.124.152 Koetter, D on ald....................... 95 Koetter, J o se p h ........................ 95 Korte, C loria............................. 71 Krieger, Patricia . . 95,126,145, 159 Krohn, B ru ce..................71.147 Krohn, |acqueline . . . . 1 10,138, 147

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Excellent location for dining and site of Olympians annual banquet

THE LODCE LOS ALAMOS, N.M.

An attractive landmark of the Community Center featuring a rustic atmosphere and appearance.

PHONE 2-4151


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MESA MARKET INC. 4615 Arkansas Phone 2-6310

Best Wishes and all The Luck in the World

CENTRAL BEVERAGES De Baca Building

Ph. 2-6600

Best Wishes and Thanks Member of F.D.I.C.

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SANTA FE

Los Alamos Branch

DRAGGON DISCOUNT DRUG

Across from LAHS

A Complete Drug Store

When You Think of Fashions Think of

Compliments of

MAE ANN BEAUTY SALON Los A la m o s C re d it Union B ld g .

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Community Center 2-3241

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l.aBauve. Raphael.........71.130, I36,1H0,182 l.aBauve, R en ee............... 95.129 L.amb, Mary Ann . . 110,145,146 l.ainkin, D iane.......................... 71 I.aMonica, james . . 1 10,175,182 I.andalii. Charles......................96 l.ang, I'imothy..................96,182 Langhorst. (ia r y ..................... 110 l.aquer, Frederic.......... 110,131 Larson, (d aire............... 1 10,124 Lawrence, Francine.................71 Leachnian, Mark . . 71.84.148. 178 L.cary, je flr v ..................... 96,140 l.ee, C-assandra . . . 1 10,126,138. 144 l.eep, vSuzanne.................. 16,110 LelLler. john . , 72,136,140,145, 176 [.ehman, Barbara...........72,145 I.eh man, Mary . . . . I 10,145,146 leibee, K en n eih .............96,176 Leland, Barbara....................... 96 Lemons, Ross . . 47,72,138.147 leonard. Robert...................... 96 lew is, H om er..................96,154 l.ilienihal. [ames . . . . 45,57,72, 121.178 l.indblom. David . . . 57,72,120, 132,145 l.indsey, Elizabeth . . . . 14,110, 128,129 Little. Robert.................1 10,132 l.ongmire, C onrad...................72 Lopez, [n a n ...............................96 Lory. )am es....................... 72,182 Lory, John................. 28.110,182 Loucks. Larry........ 110,154,182 Loucks, L ynn e___ 96,120.126, ' 138,145,146,139,153 Lowery, W illiam ............ 96,150 Lucero. D on ald........................ 96 Lucero, Patricia........................ 96 Luders, Charles . . . 96.98.136, 182 Luna. M ichael...........................96 Luders. Ricky . . . . 1 10,133,145, 167,182 Lundgren, Lucy . . 110,138,153 Lunn, Jonathan . . 38,72,76,120, 84,148 Lynch, R u th ............ 96,126,145 Lyon, D avid ...................... 72,154 L yon ,Ju lie............... 72,144,195 Lyon, B ill................................. 110

M MacMann, Lloyd . . 73,129,154 Maes, G en e ..............................110 Maes, G loria......................96,140 Maestas, G reg ................. 110,175 Maesias, Larry..........................73 Manger, Charles.............. 73,152 Manger, J e a n .................. 110,154 Mann, Barbara . . . . 96,126,138 Mann, M arla......... 110,125,127 Mariner. J o e ......... 110,125,127 Marriott, J u d y .................. 25,110 Marshall. John . . . . 73,139,140, 148 Martin, D ebby.........................110 Martin, J e f f ............................... 96 Martin, Kathryn . . 96,144,152 Martinez, D avid....................... 96

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Index N Nachiinger, Sylvia . . 25,75,120, 195,199,158,159,204 Nagle, Carol . . . . . 111,129,153 Neal, Donna . . . . .................97 Neal, Sandra . . . . .................Il l Neher, Brian . . 97,153,154,180, 182 Nelson, P a m ........ . . 97,124,145 Nereson, David . . . , 97,140,153 Netuschil, Tom . . 97,161,166 Newton, Harriet . .......... 97,153 Nichols, J o e ......... . . . 19,34,145 Nielson, Kathleen . 76,111,152 Nogar, Nicholas . ...............137 Norman, lis ter . . ......... 76,148 Norris, Danny . .. .............. I l l

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Rojas, Louis . . I 13,120,1.54,175 Rotnero, I r e n c ................ 0 0 ,150 Rotnero, l . o m d e s .......... 70,14 1 Roniem, N ancy....................... 70 Rotnero, Sylvia........................ 70 Romero, Ximentt . . 38,1 11,113, 108 Ro.se, Kathleen..................80,198 Ross, S h e ila ................ 34,00,145 Rotish, K a y .............. 80,126,207 Roush, Kip . . . . 27,00,160,173, 174 Rowlatid, Rolinda...................113 Rowley, C harle ne................... 113 Rowley, Charles . . . 00,180,183 Royer, B a r b a r a ......................... 00 Royer, Ch eryl............................99 Rudnick, Carl . . 29,09,121,153 Rnminer, Mttry . . 26,66,80,1 19 Runyan, B r u c e ........................113 Runyan, N o e l ......... 80,140,147, 176,203 Russo, Robert . . 22,09,135,136, 161,164,160,172,186 Rutherford, B o b ...........1 13,140

Sack, Su san.........................29,99 Sandoval, Lrank......................80 Sattizahn, Thomas . . . . 99,148 Savage, Carroll . . 107,113,138, 141 Sawyer, Robert........................113 Scarbrough, Linda.................. 99 Scarbrough, Martha . . . 80,125, 150 Schelberg, Charles . . . . 80,138, 148,153,154 Schelberg, Mary..................... 113 Schofield, Anthony . . . . 99,153 Schofield,Jeanine.................. 113 Schofield, Linda....................... 80 Schofield, Sandra...................113 Schoolcraft, Marla..............22,81 Schrandt, J u lie ................ 113,153 Schrandt, William......... 99,138, 180,182,153 Schuster, Lani...........................99 Schutz, Suzanne..................... 113 Schutz, Richard........................ 99 Scott, D ean...............................113 Scott, Lynda.............................. 81 Scott, Patsy.................................81 Scott, Sandra........................... 113 Sears, Carolyn.................. 99,140 Seegmiller, Barbara . . 88,95,99, 120,145,158,159,192 Seegmiller, Brian . . 99,136,161, 164,185 Seegmiller, Douglas . . 57,70,81, 136,138,161,164,185,203,192 Segar, Larry...................... 99,145 Segura, Amadito...................... 81 Segura, Gloria.......................... 9 9 Segura, Neno . . . . 113,175,182 Sembach, Barbara.......... 27,113, 126,154 Serrano, Antonette................ 113 Shadden, Sharon..................... 81 Shafer, Beverly . . . 113,120,138 Shafer, Charles . . . . 57,81,186 Shampine, Dennis................... 9 9 Shannon, Debbie............. 81,140 Shopp, R a y ................81,154,178 Shopp, Su san.................... 82,125

Shopp, William . . . 100,154,178 Shot es, Ri< hat d ............................ I0 0 Sibhill, Sharon . . . . I 13,127,138 Silva, J o h n n y ........................... | 0 () Simpson, J a c k ............... I 13,167 Stnilh, C h er i............................ I ()() Stnith, Dorothy. . . 103,1 13,120, 126,148 Smith, Ernest . . 29,82,185,195, 133 Stnilh, F r e d ............................ 113 Smith, Ixiuis...................I 13,1 54 Smith, L y n n ........................... 113 Stnilh, Robert................ 100,178 Smith, .Stephen . . . 136,161,165, 182,192 Smith, Terry . . . . 100,138,139 Smith, William . . . . 82,133,148 Snell, S c ott..............................114 Sniezek, Mary.................. 82,150 Sniezek, Michelle . . 113,114,141 .Sowder, Carol . . . . 82,118,127, 144,192,207 Sowder, Cheryl . . 22,24,57,66, 82,118,120,121,127,134, 138,144 Spence, .Marlene...........1 14,152 Startler, J o h n ........ 100,138,153 Stearns, James . . . . 100,153,154 Stein, Donna B e t h ........ 100,152 Stein, Karen . . 100,126,145,152 Stein, Karla----- 57,83,127,145, 146,195,199,206,207,158,159 Stephens, Charles.........100,154 Stephens, Ir m a ............. 114,153 Stephens, J a n ic e ........... 100,152 Stephens, Sherri . . I 00,128,129, 138 Stephenson, Lorraine . . 83,126 Stephenson, P aul......... 100,178 Sterkel, Michael...................... 100 Stevens, T h a d ..........................114 Stewart, William....................... 83 Stice, J o h n ................................ 100 Stoms, Barbara..................... 1 1 4 Stoms, D a v id .......... 83,138,148 Strein, Gary........... 114,175,182 Strickfaden, Gerald............... 100 Strom, Katherine . . . 15,42,100, 126 Storm, Paul----- 31,83,136,138, 153,169,171,172 Stroope, Carol....................... 1 1 4 Summers, D o u g ......................114 Susco, Laurel.................114,140 Swickard, Gerald.................. 100 Swickard, Martha . . 83,138,153 Syska, J o h n n ie ...............114,133

T Talafous, Kathryn . . . . 100,146 Taschek, Carol___114,1.54,153 Tatom, Kirk................... 1 14,167 Tattan, Marcia___ 100,124,150 Tattan, Margaret.................. 1 | 4 Taub, J a n e t.............................. 1 1 4 Taylor, Edw ard.........................83 Taylor, N o r m a ................105,114 Taylor, Sally . . 83,127,144,155 Teetor, Terry . . . . 114,169,175, 133 Tesche, Allan-----22,57,83,120, 134 Tesche, Daniel..................98,100 Thomas, F r e d ......................... 114

161,162,176, 182 .................114 Thomas .23,100, len . 'Lhomas, 140 .84,138 Lhomas, ,ucn . .........83 Lhomsci] I ai ry I horn, Kaien . . . . . . . . 114 Flask, Charles . . . . ■57,84,132 Lrcxlei, l e e V. , . . 84,132,182 Lrujillo, Ai tnando . ........ 1 0 0 Lrujillo, Donna L. . ...........84 Lrujillo, Lpitanio H . 114,121, 133 Lrujillo, Jeanette . . . . 103,114, 120.126.141.144.146 l rujillo, John . . . . 84,136,161, 164,176 Trujillo, Joyce Nora . . . 100,124 Trujillo, Michael A........ 84,100, 132,136,176 rrujillo, Patricia A. . . 101,121, 126.129.138.144.146 'Lrujillo, Patricia A. . . . 101,126, 145 Trupp, Merry......................... 114 Lrupp, Patricia.......................114 Tuck, P eter........................84,178 Lurner, Karen . . . . 101,146,124 Lurner, Roger . . . . 85,131,181, 153 Turner, S u sa n ...............114,126 4 hornas.

u Ulery, J a n e .........................85,135 Ulery, S t e v e ............................. 114 Ungnade, Liesl..............114,139 Urizar, A r len e .......................... 85 Usner, A r t ................................114

V Valdez, D anie l.........................114 Vallejos, Gloria................. 85,101 Van De V'alde, | o h n .............. 101 Van Gemert, Robert . . . 85,169, 173 Van Gemert, Jeanne . . 114,144, 146 Vaughan, T e d .................101,178 Velasco, Gloria.................85,140, 145,153 Velasquez, Sandra..................101 Vigil, David..............................115 Vigil, L uis...................................85 Vogt, C loyd ..............................115

w "Waggoner, (fregory . . . . 85,101 Waldschmidt, Michael . . 85,129 Walder, Kathleen........ 1 15,141, 152 Wallis, Pamela......................... 101 Walske, S u sa n ................. 101,139 Walters, Linda.............. 115,155 Warner, S c ott.......................... 101 Warren, Cindy.................115,137 Waterman, Ted . . 101,136,161, 162,163,164,182 Watt, S an dra ................... 85 139 Watts, Richard...............i J5 j yg Weaver, Cathleen . . 85,1 19 127 144.152,207


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Winhurn, Vicki . . . 101,126,144 Winslow, Laura.............101,145 Witteman, Linda . . 87,127,144 Wohlberg, Margaret . . . . 27,87, 149 Wood, Marilyn..........................87 W'ood, Muriel.......................... 101 Wâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ooten, John .. 19,147,154,186 Wright, Deborah.......... 115,140 Wright, Shriley . . . 87,150,155 Wykoff, William . . 87,169,170, 171,172,173,174,186

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