N R Crozier Technical High School - Wolf Pack Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1966

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- ' , -. .gf ' .kf mzgg 'w ,gi-' ,Q , IEW A 'S 55 Mvexixdmg, Art Students Welcome You to WOLF PM e Me renew! WW!!! fbfzfw ff N.R. cnozuzn TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL Awmrf.. ' Q' me , 4 , A 1 l ef? w i ' ' 5 PJ 67 f f'k , 'I JE? 1 A, N 21 ,iff 1 , f' , 4? I - b if I D . LH' 1 'wx t I 9 -a ' , 1 2 ef 125 4. - 1 MW' i....-. ,MW . , 2 f' as i-.ag ' 4 A WX 1 f 3 .- ig 5 Q I ' "' '1 f iii? H f s , ? 74.7 -,. , ,-,, ,i - I , E 'rv I 3 1 -wa .. , , ,,,, ...f 1. .,,, .4 . - 5 Q 3 92? L T" 5 'Ah' 5 ? : - X V "XJ Q 'f i Q, " Q - , 2 55 E 7 V 'll iff' K J Rl 9.2 W V 9 3 V H. M R. S. KENNEDY Sponsor A team effort in every sense of the word, "Wolf Pack '66" symbol- izes the cooperative spirit of Crozier Tech Faculty and Students. The design was done by advertis- ing art students, photos by Mr. Mur- ray and the photography classes and the typing by Miss Matlock's stu- dents. ROBERT LANHAM Business Manager JERRY MURRAY Photography Plnozogmplvy Smff: Garry Cope, Eddie Williams, Shirley Cutler and Daniel Womack Typirlr: Linda Foxall, Darlene Hemphill and Lynn Spillyards 2 4' 5 .Y . 1,. ,ifi,g,a gjgqaifg sig: - ffff . ,sjf52QE:,z.: Q e-fix: 1 -I 'S' 'I-gill' ,K 5 Q I W- qw t X ff 1 Emu .:-,s5gg.3g1- ts. , . wil!! ,L ' A g a. Mqgfx 'kkl se . rf. , . R . , ,,L. .. '1 . 5 ,, i srss l A - , 1 K 11, - . xt' ' Qjyv-s.... x ff- 4- gifs 94094 Ml D E D I C AT I0 N Your patience and understanding, your firm insistence on accuracy and craftsmanship, your sensitive eye and in- herent good taste, and your dedication to your profes- sion has been an inspiration to students and fellow teachers alike. You have been an architect in building improvement in the lives of many of your architectural drafting students. To you, we dedicate "Wolf Pack '66,'. H 'iii' Typifying the pride and enthusiasm of the student body is the Crozier Tech Band and the beautiful, high- stepping majorettes. Featuring the largest group of mu- sicians in several years, the band under the direction of Mr. Charles Myers and the leadership of Drum Major Frank Navarro, has contributed immensely to the spirit of the school. 4-an 'us- l HQR at H iff xfflffff One of the unusual things about "The High School Unique" is the fact that although Crozier Tech is the oldest high school in Dallas, with a tradition of almost 80 years as an educational institution, it is also one of the newest, with such space-age courses as Data Processing and Vocational Plastics. Though the buildings have a dignity that only age can give, inside there is gleaming modern equip- ment in the Electronics, Radio-TV, Air-Condition- ing, Drafting and other shops. In the pages that follow we hope to show the contrast between the old and the new which we think typifies the spirit of Tech-that of building for the future upon the proud traditions of the past. wx Q -- s Q f, .ex :zany ,X - ,, . .,,.. S , .53 is , , . ,W ,iut Q aim AMMEJR P NO QTNTION rpynrq Tim min Qguw I fm iff? EFX -fm ggzm . gil ,I kllziw- a W'-' A X X, .1-- , V - r A 52 2 Q? .1,L 11,, 1 ' .M 'f-' rsizig gf" ' 'J ' N 'f. 2 iw om! da I If s. 4 ,.:. Qxrjgt S , k,,,Ax,5..553,, 2 M.-.nmwy ..,, L V .W S -732+-V, - . ,we rnrug 1? 1 The two exciting new courses of Vocational Drafting and Aircraft Engines were added this year in Tech's effort to serve the needs of industry and to prepare students for rewarding and useful occupations a gs i I I XJ -Hill H, uf' i i new Maas! Q ,X - 5' V - ff .- , Aa ty ' 5 3 N If nfs: ni 1:13 :ni la as is acura V I I j 'i inane Suri I ' in U "li ' U U ml, My i K .3 21 if 22 as sal: mi nan if is i Fil' 'W 44.9 . 2 f . . . maya' X Lanai r W Q-. Q 3.-5. .fa ' .. . ., f' at ,vw'Qdt.-L' F.: -, ff jx p at V- , it , a- of af ' . --, - - , 'X ' , 1- ' at , ..f1-Qcsrrffav W, - . -H. '-we 1 f- -sw-2 Rx Lf -M i+'..+t'f ,.-4: ' ,' ' .. ,ff , vi. """""', ' v' 3"-fn .,' . 4 X-K if if V' ' b 'f 1 Y' A , - X2 bv "X -at-0135! -. ' R- f f ' . vm ' I 1, t i ' . ww- x ' '11,-f v' Q- 9' al" fr, 'L' .Y ' 'Q W", I X, 'A . UN. . ' I ,i M , 'U ' "y.,:i1 .Fr 1. . 5,1 in H I 'ug Q vu' '. - '1'.L..l..' ' R nr-v 'ff ' " ' 'F " ' ' ' ' The pert and pretty Wolt- ettes, with their snappy uni- forms and precision routines are a source of pride to Tech's student body wherever they appear. Captain Rosa Gelacio, 1st Lt. Barbara Melton, 2nd Lt. Cliftette Mongold, Manager Linda Morris and Secretary jenny Melton assist Miss White in the direction of the won- derful Wrulfettes. Mascot is Carolyn Dimas. 457 'RH' -.J w...,.py rw ami iid Competitive sports have a long and honorable tradition at Tech. The athletes con- tinue to bring honor to the school while developing qualities of leadership, sportsmanship and tearnwork. x 11 +V: 2 fr mif ww i ff ff M f 2 'Q mf , S 1 M 4 X qyiykiyixjy XJ if 6, IQ 'Y N I3 S M ,I X ,mx-it, N x hz. W :fi n..,'m'3, ,ix ,Q F Dynamos of enthusiasm, the cheer- leaders Work long and energetically to maintain the high degree of school spirit possessed by the students of Crozier Tech. s ...so it is that out of a deep respect for the proud traditions of the past and with a sincere affection for the Crozier Tech of the present, the student body looks to the future with a determination to build an even greater Tech High. IJ? .,- ,,:- ., -' '-'ws1'1'H-4.?'V' fl- 1-'I ,.,.,.::-g.1e4g11"f:' ,Q'7g.v'af2f si Eze .1 1.1-WF-svffff f' 29 ::is:zf2.f1'2.ff"- :"'3 '-'VZL72 -- M-f:2."..Mj A Ilia.. aw 'friftfa Q - '. " it Mi- .2-1.535 . 4 fs, g,5,:a-J. N: , ,Q h:,',-W, . , i ,Hgh QS, i i 'IH an Min -- 4 We H Ili 5923 ll J 1 J 3953,- yq I J iegfgxx t 1' ll J 231,11 N345 U J J J f Tsai fi J t A ll, Jj ui JJ 1' 'f .1 I' J I a f 5 H ,Ll J rig . Y ,M fx l.A M f ' """"-"i AN BENNY SHAFFER X if 5 Class of 1964 , tx 2 X Y -s t ' x Ig, H V 3 t H ' T' Q Q X L A, I X 1 . WV s V If XV .21 N' 0,41 " H if ii . XX .4 - 7' R254 ,, to T' A 5 C ' H Q I X3 T x N , ji, a- mfg ififff f - 3 1.i ff+ W. i 9 xy ,' tr' --QTA' " - .ff ' -. N f 1 l T Q. , , X" C1 irrrr 'M' A'l Y . l, Pl ' - 55 via' ' Q x,,.s,1 'ff' , . , skis i 3 ,ff 1' ' C' ' , w 3. C . , A 3 ' . NWN il xf3fg'Q' 1 ' ' , X' s . , , 1 of fi 'li V V ," o ,Q v . . VLA In Memoriam The Crozier Tech student body was sad- dened by the tragic accident which' resulted in the death of Benny Shaffer, class of '64, dur- ing the past summer. Benny was one who could set a goal, then strive toward it. As a result of diligent train- ing at his home, he holds the school record for pole-vaulting. Due to his love for art and his dedication to developing his ability at draw- ing and painting, he Won a competitive schol- arship to East Texas State College. Benny was conscientiously saving money to attend college when the tragedy occurred. His many sketches and drawings serve to remind us of Benny . . . his example will be an inspiration to us. I6 1'.."' wars f fa 4 Wycfcb ff' X tt ! sfix !t 4? L 1 cw 1 Cyl 2' E li - fg- r g 4 ' Qxfrx X IX' 'ilfiil ti rf ,. i . . ' . , i gm 'Jang I 3 U KL.. and f ff-T ."'?'f'f?'3l IVQZEIZZE :Z IEZI W Jichwhudhwlibn W SUPERINTENDENT Hollif Allen, Don E, Mazlheuu, Dale Dozzglaf, C. C. Miller, IV. T. IVhife, AND STAFF: Robe1'zH. McKay, Frank L. IVilliamJ, E. D. Walker, The Board of Education, elected by the citizens of Dallas and Superintendent of Schools Dr. XV. T. White and the Assistant Superintendents have the massive task of administering the Dallas independent school District. The far-flung District consists of 350 square miles and 170 schools with over 150,000 students. Last year more than 8,000 diplomas were issued to graduating students, BOARD OF famer E, joy, 102771 Plfzlb Green, MJ. V ' D, I ' II7'll gi EDUCATION: Rolverl S. Folfom, W. T. lVlJile, lgglldlfgigi B1'ulZijaYee!'A. glffjglilzgmffl Percy E. Lueclze, jr., Field Sroffell. 16' OUR PRINCIPAL MR. BILLY STAMPS Our dynamic young principal is a graduate of Crozier Tech High and East Texas State University where he received his B.S. and M.S. degrees. While in high school he was a mem- ber of the National Honor Society and Vice-President of The Student Council XVhen not busy with school activities, you are likely to find him on a lake fishing. Left: Mr. Stamps and his handsome family I9 1. tl.-2 .. CI? Dr. and Mn. jordan DR. WILLIAM JORDAN Crozier Tech's new Assistant Principal is a graduate of Adamson High School and North Texas University. 'He has taught at both Adamson and Thomas jefferson High Schools. His chief duties at Tech lie in the area of Vocational Counseling. Hobbies consist of flying and all sports. He comments, "I'm extremely pleased to be at Tech. The many fine things I had heard about the student body have proven to be true." ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS BURTON ROLLINGS Mr. Rollings is a graduate of Crozier Tech and S.M.U. where he received a master's degree. Prior to returning to Tech he taught at Boude Storey jr. High and later taught and coached at South Oak Cliff High where he was named "Coach of the Yearu for Dallas County for 1959-1960. His hob- bies include fishing, camping, and athletics. iii Mr. and Mfr. Rolling! and rlyildren. - 11. fs' 11" Mrs, Elizabeth Howe Although many students never come in contact with the ladies pictured here, they are extremely vital to the smooth operation of the school. They type re- ports, make out forms, expedite com- munications, receive phone calls, keep financial records and do a million other things necessary in an organization like Crozier Tech. Mrs. Herlinda Garcia 2l 6 , MRS. GLADYS HABIBY Attendance Clerk f -qw X, MRS. HAZEL BIOORE Attendance Clerk lNlRS. ENOLA BIYERS Attendance clerk f"5Wf f ...un INIRS. BETTY XVEHRLE COUNSFLOR of pupil personnel ATTENDANCE OFFICE Usually the busiest place in school is the at- tendance office. Heres where admit cards and tardy cards and detentions are issued . . . Wfhere attendance cards go and from where call slips come. The vast and complex job of keeping tabs on students is the responsibility of the ladies in this office. Jim., 22 X ffgfkv ra If t , ,ff i 191'-li -l",-'55 5'I:::Ef'fEi"ifE-3155 ':?- QW L ' R ix 71 Him' 'Q Hifi 1 ffi?zs,',:-'ET J its .M 3, at . COUNQELOR9 Counseling is an extremely important job in a school as vast in scope and varied in subject matter as Crozier Tech. These are the ladies who are charged with keep- ing the records and seeing that each student takes what is best for him and what will enable him to graduate. Qs MRS. RUBY H. HERD Counselor Advisory and Guidance I 3 Hi 53 fr!! ' as 'Y 'Q if Q-' a - . .75 , ' .:, XXI? 4 , f K .. ' Mr , lm: Q fi, ' - i i V L, ji , Q J' wef t iw erre r s . .. a 1 'tially' 11, ' N. tl ii MRS. MARY HAINES Assistant to counselor MRS. FRANKIE SAXWYER Secretary if .,. 25-"1 'Nw ne. ,grits -- . . " 'W' fw 'Gif' 5 W r r r" In is ., fi N , K sg 3 J' ,J lk ss 23 JACK ADAMS JAMES ADKISSON GENE BRANDENBERGER KAREN BROWN JOE CALVILLO Sqlenqe lwlath Pl"lSf1CS Socifll Studies Chorus '. 4'-' if ' , if ,. Q J' ""'f . if '777' fi?" , N V V- ff: nf i, i f MELVIN CANNON CLAUDIA CLAY Radio television Commercial Mr Bmnclenberaer illustrates Q point in plastics to LAMAR EXVING English ,, , , if' I ,A ,,i. Z!" , l ?2i52z'vff+1-:-- if 7. ,ga , 4, H1 na ' "YY '- Q ., is X , ,fir JF' if , gvvl I4 D MARJORIE FALCONER RAMON FORD Nurse English TRAVIS FULLER Ma th DONALD GENTCH Drafting DOVIELU GALLAHER Business Mrs. Wilson checks notebook of Pauline Medrano INIIRIANI HANYS NANCY HARRISON REESINIAN KENNEDY SAMMIE KIRKHAM Service for Deaf Homernaking Advertising Art Library Assistant 'vw DDM!! .N-4' 194 Printing CHARLES LEATH Power Mechanics Mr. Wilder shows Mary Flores and Sheila Gilbert what a Protozoa looks like. GLADYS MAHAN Voc. Cosmetology l MARLENE MALLANWICK POLLYANNA MALLOXW English Spanish 'A f ' "i' I '72 , ,i f I ,'f: ij ,,-, 'H' ' rorrl M - iilr it A lllr , -LV .15 V :rg 5 AR' et- t, 1., 26 ROY LANE ROBERT LAN HAM English Mg,-'V LOLITA LANSDON Homemaking LOCHE LUND Social Studies GEORGE MARTIN Social Studies DOUGLAS INIACKEY Voc. Office Ed. MRS. CLIFFORD MATLOCK Commercial ti,, ,, V 'i :ivl ',, L S 4- CHARLES BIEYERS JERRY MURRAY THOMAS MYERS BHLDRED INIYRICK GLENDA NELSON Band Photography Wood Data Processing Commercial HELEN OTT I ,B,M. JEAN PETTIE Voc. Office Edu. PERCY PENN Social Studies JACK PICKLE Voc. Air Concl. and Refrigeration K 'f"'N. Mr. Campbell checks driver training test with -I Saldana. lYlARJORlE PITTS LEON PLEDGER EDgliSl'1 Pottery Q if esse Sanchez and Arthur A. K. QUESENBERRY P,E. I ,au 27 1 OATHER RAYNES MAY REDFERN JUANITA RICHEY REBECCA ROBERTS JOHN SCHRECKENGOS English Commercial Study Hall English SCi6nCe Mrs. Mullins and Rosie Wilson observe the growth of a botanical specimen. MARGARET SIDALL ROBERTA SLOAN COL. ROBERT SNIITH Voc. Off1C6 Ed. Social Studies Commanrlant ROTC 23' 4 4 l' 28 FRED SHELL Electronics RENE LEE STENNIS Librarian I Y .Rh ,,'. s it K ........ yo ciic ELIZABETH SIDALL Drafting LOUISE SWIFT Study Hall af In p QLTWR 5 "'l9 5 . Q . ,... 6 ,sf hiilx EX JOHN THORNTON CLARICE TURCK ALINE XWALKER Science Calculating Machine History r 5 ,li-A JOSEPH WARE Voc. Machine Shop MARIBEL WHITE Girls P. E. e e . -if , Q," iiil i - , ,. .. H E Hi. 5327 gee JAMES WELLS Miss Mallewick checks grade with Mary Marshall and Barbara Clark History Mrs. Myrick supervises Larry Williams on the 0-29 Key Punch, while Angelieta Alfaro watches. DAN WILDNER PHYLLIS WILSON GLADYS YOAKUM RUTH YOUNGBLOOD Biology Science Bookkeeping Math 6+ M ff 3' 29 Y - I 2 Mr. Troy C. Bond, center, is director of evening and vocational schools. Mr. Millerd Rutledge, left, and Mr. Howell D. McCar1ey, right, are assistant principals of Dallas Evening Schools. HBRIGHTEST NIGHT SPOT IN TOWN" DALLAS EVENING SCHOOL SYSTEM One of the unique things about Crozier Tech is that three nights each week, when most high schools are quiet as a tomb, Tech is a bee-hive of activity. The rapidly-growing evening school system has students from teen-agers to octo- genarians, eager to complete high school, pursue a hobby, increase a skill or simply to expand their knowledge. Left to right are Edwina Bon- nell, clerk, Shirley Redfearn, secretary, Virginia Dobbs, co- ordinator distributive educa- tion and Linda Prickette, re- tail training specialist. TF' 30 Pictured here are only some of the many classroom sessions that take place dur- lng Monday, Tuesday and Thursday even- mgs. S U Q 'lc 'AH' in -:FS X11 W HY' i 5 wr 5 iw E 5 t if 1 CAFETERIA STAFF The unsung heroines of the school are the dietitian and her helpers who work so hard to prepare the well- bulanced meals and delicious desserts that keep the Wolxfes well-fed. 3 Y-4 zeainum I - X I t '-.-.-.-.. M I E1-1 '?:::4'i4w" Q11-., A ' g EI' JOHN WELLS MJ? FRESHMAN FAVORITES SARAH LUNA Own E4 .- ,, .,,, ,W .f ,, ,fu m f E 1, V .,,k 6, -1 'K A fi W wh 'FWQQQ ,ff M QQ ea ? ww? A 51 if 2 ERNEST HERNANDEZ FRESHMAN RUNNERS-UP qw ,win W, R7 5 'hu Nw"4'wm, in M X'?rQfK'ff'f 1 ,4 1 , 4 ., ,fx fi E M Ev? Cf! guy' t 7515? Li lfiw, r-3' . w L PJ? g f " jf 9 ! awww nv WE' N N ww 14' I by ,, ww K wi'-f 1 ' 9?-'3?5W', 'Y' X-mf Lf' A 'L 1 -sun W 31 36 A. f :M xi ,AS A MARY BATES X' ww? 1 an t - 1 ...b -.v 'g SS" , , Y f Gerald Brannon Antonio Carrillo 37 af Qt WPA 1 - il 3 il' . . .-.K z it N, ,,.zag5, 'na . - A h A :mv figs at S ff, C 4-1 3, ,gwl ,. 'Nil Q ' Xfire y Y A ' at 4 E A 1 1 l . Dolores Mary Santos Amelia Ruth Paul Tony Alonzo Alonzo Alvarez Alvarado Anglin Armendarez Aviles jimmy Mary Joe Paul Lois Faye Manuel Felicianio Bain Bates Becerra Becerra Ben Bermundez Brado A I ,fa -..L I ,vw , if fa. EL Ap ' mf ,,,.l, ' dl' 5 - V - N ,J ' A -W rt C :ef f 'TY' x .Q i L fix Sharon jerry Redonia jackie Elizabeth Lilia Brashear Brown Brown Byars Cadena Calderon Vincent Daniel Elizabeth Dora Joe Ted Carrizales Casarez Cassels Castillo Castillo Carder Jessie Bernadis Richard Sabrina Mary juan Linda Cavazos Cervantes Cervantes Chaballa Chapa Cipriana Clowdus Daniel Elizabeth Lupe Jesse Patricia Adela Gerardo Conlon Conlon Cortez Cortez Crenshaw Cruz De LaCruz X, ,Xfi ,:. K Q is 'F 'K Q fs as t ' f 1 gtg x A li , xx X ' ,sie Q , - ,W .. 1 I , I ' r 7 K ff f at f ' N, K J . . it t ...: S iv 5 ' 1 A . C -. .F A a, f f iii 47 E ,ig M .Vi Q 1 ffm ii Q , l i j U ii W R in ,,,irf Sharon Sylvia Elias Diggs Dominguez DeLa Torre Bob Don J. Johnny Flusche Frazier Fulce will Ski N Gilbert Gamez Phyllis Gonzales ...ae- ,V 1,4 .arf fr M. 38 Rosa Gomez Patsy Lynn Gribble ig i 4.1 Eddie Gonzalez Tabitha Gribble in B nili P l i fi X ffl r iilzlz iii . . f a 3' ' 'f f . , , ,, ,H i i X "" if Linda Raymond Eastwood Erhridge Gloria Guadalupe Gilray Garcia Guillermo Gonzalez Lupe Guerra E lr , .wa R r fm Rosa Garcia Martin Garfias Guadalupe Gonzalez Pauline Guerra ' of-.Er if M .- Marie Garfias Alice Gelac Qu M X , 5 I x K iw L6 .E ir ., y P 42' r 'J' y '75, N Mary Delphine Flores Flores Liflda 4 Rosemary GHFCXH Garcia C, y ug, ,,, . f-,129 , ' ,, f -.1 x I Qu- I i ffirg ,ij Ruben Adela Garcia Garfias Alfredo Eugene Garza Gayton Lucia Richard Gonzalez Gonzalez john H. Parfiria Gutierrez Gutierrez Y, f fi r in iw X , we V' 1 af! , G io get tk Anita Jimenez Marilyn Lane .3 J Rita Gutierrez Lidia Hernandez f L f. as 5 ' 1? Johnny Jimenez Delores Lane hfarsha Lee Rebecca Luna 5 Q It ,wx i. :V S' x 1, I B ink '4- ,e , 55.-' Q ff e 2 rezz it J .L,,i, t K V , ' 1 . '--- t ' L t a - :L 'av J 3 ,ae R pw 1 if 5 gf' 7 6 a my .5 413, at ' " " Y ,sg f J H ' iw ..-if Y' 3 xx J George Rex Alicia Carlos Ernest Georgia Hallum Harper Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Maria Valentin Margaret Helen Vivian Jimmy Hernandez Hernandez Hernandez Hollis Holmes Jackson 1 It -f -, , 'Q 1 '-B, V A , 1 . A. ,K f Q I s g ' . J , V 4' . fa , , ' l 'Wi ex Q RV. : : . 4 ' ' qu . - zifingtm I I' ' 1' ' , L J' V' 4 . W Q ? . iffy-e, Ft 1 i J ff..,.r.e'f 1 , l K 2 ' S A , . K I ti 1' , Z W 1 ani . ' 5 .7 Q QJQI5 1 J' ' it .4 f 'ww 1 E 'QQ G Q, x , - Q ' I - Q .1 t ', . a Q ' li - vi Cf. - rr' 5 ,Q f ,L -' f 2- L af t V1 iiil - f ,5 ,r l , .., ' Y ,ZW 1 , Q ' sf . A Q 4 3 x if' ' 't ix' H' i' 1 r 'oi Ada P. Lupe ,John Juarez Rose Anna Larry Lanier Lassiter Rose Marie Cruz Beatrice Stella Marcelino Mary Leos Lopez Lopez Lopez I-HHH Luna Sarah Donna Luis Rosalinda Y0laf1d21 Kafhl' Luna McMahon Maldonado Maldonado Mfllifm Mafmon : ,,.. .L t .J to ' 5' gg iv V las: i t A-Q K I I ' ' ' is i M ' ' 'J' Q 1 I I 39 Q.. , . ' ,Ja it - L L, ,fx " t if . we ...... i n K H57 ' ' ' .t ..L,L .fi ft. : 7 f 4 L x 'rt A 1 was i .. 4 'rf f t f X Enedina Marie Adelaida David Encarnacious Henry jerry Manrriquez Maritt Martinez Martinez Martinez lNIartinez Martinez jesse joe Ramona Robert Robert jerry Pauline Blartinez Martinez Martinez Martinez Moya McColgan Medrano ft hr of 5 U.. D f an t I K MM- f'rt l i t t My 'ls ' J ff' S Q it Pi - ! fs N j. A r 5 -' . . L ii i,i- ii 7 - il" , we A 1. t t 1, X .. l joe Edward Phillip Dahilla jesse R. Robert Mendez Mendoza Mendoza Meza Miller Miller Clifford jesse George Sheila Pauline Sylvia Mongold Moroles Moore Moore Morales Moron Estelle Tony Harland Margarita Laura Randall Irene Moreno Moreno Morris Najera Navarro Nanaeto Nefia Edna Elisa Frank Gaylord Cipriano Reyes Linda Newberry Ochoa Ochoa O'c0n Qfozco OIOZCO Ortega i ..,. A ' X K ' i ,,. jj + L 1 ,,. Q K 'RQ , L l , 1. Kxih A ,2 . ii S 1 i " ff 5 nf if R: V E ' . N L: ,, , . V , iii, 3 Y, .5 . 3 40 so zoo ,X .ev 2 1 David Miles Rosa Morin ,w , A i , Sz jx 2 , f I, y L s H S I 'Ti f:1 '7 ' Ali , I V R W, Z A i ,X s-PT, ,,W' I VA Z, We Pete . Maria Becky Padilla Paredes Parras Elsa Ruben Henry PrifCh6ff Puente Ramirez 4:44 X il :zi l ' Rose Mary Thomas Juanita Manuela Rios Roberts Robles Robles Maria Samuel johnny Beatriz Rodriquez Rodriguez Ramirez Ramos johnny Celia John Salazar Sanchez .SHFICIWCZ M'ary Lou Bennie R1Cl'f211'Cl Silva Silvas SIIUS i ' S 'P ' , , r u , f N r si I 'we l R if A Anna Passels Rosaria Rangel ' Yolanda Roblez Gloria Rosas Henry Seckletstewa Gladys Sipriano S is 45:9 ' zz. lx Richie Perez juan Rendon wr' 49" A l I Angelita Pesina Antonio Reyes .A7,g ,, fl - J WV Gloria Rodriguez Doutha Ross james Sepulveda Steven Skeet I f Wm 4 Z b y fp + 'cf-19 R ' .ra- f Juan Rodriguez Willianu Hurtado Ronald Shafer Connie Sotero ,G , ,lv ,nw 4' ,, viii: . 51. 'r fix if ie. iff. 2 -H A l fvgfaf' if I Yolanda Pineda Richard Reynolds Elena Siller julia Soto if , ,,, rl' 22 , YSQX v, ,t .W -3, fi" ' I 4I 'aw Ai 4 N - W' ff? . ww 9 in Xa -e ,R Y S ji, 9 X - I ,-Q. ,, . Q f Q 'irq' if YN : f: ..Q. A Q3 X ,. ,. W W fp.: 1 K 1 me x"," 2 3, ii ' V . f , . .. V. i ali' If' , We A " s -me ,fl g -1 1 vi Rhonda Diana Dolores Virginia Savas Tamplin Taylor Torres Torres Trevino Phyllis Maria johnny Rosemary Albert Tierina Ugalde Valadez Valtierra Vasquez r in yi" Robert Velasquez Michael John Janet john W. Doris Watson Welch Wells Wells White Sharron Danny Earl Melvin Estella Wilburn Williams Willingham Winters Ybarra E i if , N. in r H x r al' X . 2. X WJ g X vi X 42 ff?-1 .L fy f' . 1 sfrrfyr f J 'fre . 'fe 'H fm lf so Cf. Mary, Debbie Tflgo Turner Marie Steve Vega Vela 5 xl ,p x .Y x M 1 Ofelia Velez Margaret Ward Robert Whitley Daniel Ybarra f Q 43' is ff 'F 2 3-63,3 .rr-A, I, ,. ..- fha - -Qgxisx' a J ' f 4 fi Louis Belinda Ventura Villa 1 Ernest Tommy Ward XXfarner 5 -Sandra , Williams 1 Mary Lou Zavala sl' 0fMoWwfwa A ,mm 'fx . Q K fem "'k K' . .mm SALLY RINCON QOPHOMORE CAVORITEQ SOPHOMORE RUNNERS-LIP 'VX ' - X ,. .-'sis-5' r tg ruqfv Y v 4' .X 7' is S, T? . .V kg tr i 5, I l l Ethel Adamo Glenda Allred Mary Ayala an 2 f . - David Aguilar Louis Alonzo N, fm B ? Gilbert Ballard underclassrnen were eager to begin last September. Yolanda Aguilar Lois Antillon e x 1 Teresa Barbaria Lucianne Bolton James Brown . ,if r , W' .lolmny Alanis Robert Arista . ' ' f ER' V X ,. .4 X Gifs, if, u 1 , ,rg 4 'H av .. .X , Xi 14? Q Barbara Barnes Terri Brice Leland Brown rt Mary A. Freddie Alcala- Alejos Irene Marcos Arredondo Avila . E X 3 an ' f 1 I .3 'Y N 9 Q55 5' M mf ,f r, -fs f .., ,, 5 if I at - If J, 5 David Carolyn Barrientos Beaupre Rosalinda Yolanda Briones Briones Beverly Brenda B1'yCe Burleson 47 Connie Bustos Ann Carria -wk' K .Q-11 K. V ' 5, 'ff' ' as v fe 'Xa 8 X l jose Castro jacky Coffelt Nellie Corlinas 4-8 f--5" ,ff X eg. ,Z fe V 9 josefina Caballero Anselmo Carrizales Q.. -..-F ' T -Q' , fit Y 'Y x X AV' ff' Daniel Cavazos Judy Caffey Wesley Crowder 1' N. X Magdalena Caballero Martha Carrizales ig ' as fiiaxff , ms R 5 ' , I . fl, of live , NX l 45 B 'Q v Roselia Chabolla Norman Collins Rebecca Cuellar yy '- l, X Barbara Caddell Linda Carson - af ---4 4 . l H X .as Q' Q- bafafx l as " A, as ,, , . " . . . if f. W Q A 41'-3 Lillian Chicol Rhavda Cooper Paul Davila .,,,. Af Petra Campos Sammy Casper , or 'iss L f A C 1 Barbara Clark Terrye Carmack Larry Dean ' QA nj .Sv ..,.. Cynthia IO Cantu Jesse Castro l M ra, -4, sl fo ,,..r A-5, M sm' so ix 6 ask.. ,af A A qffail: 5 af e Larry Clark Ben Cortez james Dcaton ., w-,a L if ie and f P M i . ed P 'x 'QV' -HP? w kj . 1 'iw lf , . i f i i nf-i gf' . 1-vw 1 ev 2 'V' . 1' Charles David joe Lupe Martin Mary Herlinda Dclamnr De Leon Dominguez Dmninguez Espinoza Escobedo Felix Oneida Consuel Darlene Fred Jimmie Escamilla Escobeclo Enriguez EUa'lli1UKl Efdf Edgar Q- Q ki, gig , iii D e le 5,1 C - ' ,V T' x V 3 I , me .. ,af A 18, ff' ii' H- me ,i 1 -D fi, C e- I.. -fa N ' , kkkk i A - A-. X jim K , -6' 34 DW' L 'W xi,i,ddd i 1. ie -1 , if 'lg X it id' I 'xl- .: +C, 4 ' me .,,- , gi A " ,--, X 'X of m . 'ee xi . f N' . ii ii: Ch my ,V V J, Z D i M D . f L li Cecelia Carolyn Mary Ellen Guadalupe Hubemell Emgst Friel Foster Flores Figueroa Fuller Gallim Ginger Elvira ESperf1r1za Rocky Rufh I Albeff, Gann Garcia Garcia Garda Garcia Gatica Jimmie Sheila Joe George Rosa Sfllly l Gibbons Gilbert Gomez Gomez Gomez Gonzales 49 1 , ,tfgffi-"Q 1x"11:f.f L Q.. av Viv. ,EV A it-aw Armenia Gonzales Sharon Grant sl f g RQ .. Q .. W t. Virginia Guerra Lupe Gutierrez Angie Hernandez 50 i i ZEL. L I iq , Isabel Gonzales Gilbert Guerra I It Carmen Guerra Eva Gutierrez Ester Hernandez 'Uk fm 2 J' X U Isabel Gonzalez Gilbert Guerra 5 J -v. .S Janie Guest Sharon Hansard jesse Hernandez - -Kr, w- .. ,Ai , . A li. N l-glad in iilst A x Gary Green Maria Guerra S 4 , -X' ' T is. , KX ii . . 1 K-si Steven Guest Sandra Hanson joe Hernandez 433. 151. 5 - .I , 3 5 I A V X Annie Gutierrez Weldon Hatter Maria Hernandez Catarina Gutierrez Patsy Ann Hammon Jimmie Dale Higdon 'QF H y 44 .t . , " 4 K . 4 , e.: ? 'X as N Le to L L f ' Jimmie Dean Larry Higclon Hill Joe Dlflllil Jimenez JOIIH A b ' flaw' Q I A-an , f Q91 ' it Q 1 Gary Sharin Kirchner Knight GarvinO Lucia Lopez Moreno l Julia Acencion Martell Martinez maggie wi 3 X A3 Allen Hunt Io Carol johnson Sherry Ingram Frances Juarez : Q ?3Qg QLEI aai g'e' 'L L 'L 1 l Q r l Beverly Nelson Lee Leerskov Alfonso William Marcias M21Pl65 Gilbert Helen - Martinez Martinez is 1? i""l L' QQEEE!!! Albert Ramona Isla Jackson James Valerie Kaylor Keener our , ea ssl J It ,Q ,dr :EV I ff David Lyon Trevino Marina joan Martinez . i f 46" Ag.r ,A , Sharon Langston Linda Martel john Lfartinez 5l is f Z' Mary H. Martinez Mary Montalbo a. , V ,sf . ,aff ws 'SH Antoneta Orozco Connie Parecles Thomas Perez 52 '95, f rg : xv Rachel Martinez Rita Moya Y 7 M- 13 fem .ff 'Q is as li Santiago Ortega Lupe Paredes Yolanda Perez -If 3.3 1: -M, P. , ,N V 1 lv 'v is Xt Ruben Martinez Nora Newell ,. 1 -J . in N frog 'Nw 'Su tag, - o P tttt NT Octavius Padilla Deborah Patterson Carl Pleake Qtr-J, - ' iz Josephine Mendoza Hector joe Nunez ,, .. , wk """sf Q' . .49 fl TN F' H I Sylvia Padilla Richard Parks Delia Prado Mary Mendoza Herrnelinda Moreno ,X mx aa'-on ant f .. fy ' Q x ak is W. .- N - ' 'af N N itr' Q vy . ' .1 ,. 'MAS ,Mi X -3 Egg. yy E jesse Palomino Gloria Pena Mary Privett , if 3 x f, 4 I snags y ff' N' L 39 i ' 4' ' Ja johnny Mireles jesse Ortez 'N Q Q P. 3 Belinda Paredes Leo Perez Mary Puentes iff: -Audi Yfi .f , et a smile be your umbrella . . . ffl r, K, 42? . ff H Lit X 5. in , 4? R Stanley Robles Yolanda Rodriquez Richard Salazar XV. rx We Q3 F it .5 x . . Gloria Rocha Virginia Rojo Arthur Saldana Rachel Quevedo Alice Rice .5 .Q A f M is rr g f W f' ll ff? Edward Rodriquez Manuel Romero David Salmeran Johnny Rangel Esther Rios .. fx at if vi fi' ya 'Sf za- . -N, I U., hs NN 1 on e .4 5 -ew., .si fuer- 4 Ector Rodriquez joseph Ross Jesse Sanchez ,X ,ar 1' -I R s f 5 Yolanda Rangel Raymond Rivos I 'Qs I K :wif I T - ,vs 1 EVN? 5 X3 ,.-an , f R' V . Juanita T. Rodriquez joe Saenz joe Sanchez 4' Yi .- ""'4-f.si'w., if v 'iw - .al ll at ' ' R 'iii ICUY Ray Cynthia Roberts ,,. 'Mn Juanita Rodriquez George Salares Lydia Sanchez 53 m 3519 ? iwf.. i A N Rebecca Sanchez Margaret Saucedo yi 1 S 'S A5 if 2 are iiii ioee ' as Abel Sandoval Pamela Shelby Laura Sandoval Virginia Silvas KX aj., . age Yi Q Mary Soto Wanda Stephenson f x S M , .ee Charlote Sanford ivlerry Slocum 35. ii f Ak' , W ps, 1 x ,li ,ip Angela Santoya Robert Smith X' 5 jig 'Q fall 5 2 ' n -jf 'X I .if zf ii grg c X 2 -- S i f e re . i We fu. S 5 H Eg. i . . ,SHN l N' S, S XX yr. .1 i W -f-- blary Louise Darrell Soto Spratlen Ramon Thomas Suarez Swift Maralla Claudia Tendell TCITTPHI1 5 P Christina Santoya Rosa Solis 'Gr ' v A ....a 1: T' Sylvia Spratlen Kenneth Taylor Anna Torres :- W KU as N1 , X Jesse Torres Arthur Vasquez -M arf:,-,. . , , ,,, f qy i 4' 'Q Wai 5 Manager john Villa real Ricky Watford Daniel Woitiack Juanita Torres Betty Vasquez Helen Triplett Max Vasquez Mn? 'W 3 t .W 'Q' ' is ! Dora Villasann Charles Willianis Rosa Ybarra if fs l Mary Ann Villasenor Jean Xlifilliains Guzman Natal Williaiiu Turner Norma Vega 1. w' , K H ,, fr Sally Voice Judith Wilson , , f Esther Virginia Tushka Valdez Rachel Gloria Velasquez Velez 55 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Pictured in the lovely garden area of our neighbor, Southland Center, are the Sophomore class leaders: Rocky Garcia, Vice-Pres., Sally Rincon, Secretary, Louis Alonzo, President, and Laura Sandoval, Sgt.-at-arms. N9 5 .2 ' mm '1-1 1 . 1 . , ,. 3 I , , . ,,v. ,Q K' 'Tix ji Edward Rincon, Irene DeLarosa and jesse Davila Selected to serve the 'Class of '67' in their Junior year were these popular leaders. President was jesse Davila, Vice-president Edward Rincon and Secretary was Irene Delsarosa. JUNIOR OFFICERS iff!! ffffff ffl!! ffz ff!! ff!! :af 1 lf!! ' fff."f'f " I 1 'l,l f I' 1' 1' iff' ,- l"f,'v"l'1 1' , ff, 1'f'f' .ffffff , A V.. ,I , 1 'f', l'I,l'l ff Xffflfl fffffl ,,,, .. I, ff! ' 1' lg :xml Jumon FAVORITE x , ff" 247' if XIX, ZJZ, I-Ill, fnlf, '4""'- 43 ,V 4-if--"" i1--f" ,,....- 59 X4- :VNV 7 ' i , I up f X 1 gf, .""' , 'w ' , is ,xx 'L QW N ,, shy a 14 jx- . 'ix fu . ' -. .pf .gm ' Af 60 5 ff a 74 - M, L w ,P , h i. i .,5,,,L ,L ' U? , X X" J Q , Y . , 2 .,,' , ., Q O V V - "":.nb. m.xb,-M is 11,5 ,x 4.3, JUNIOR FAVORITE ROSE MARY RODRIQUEZ 1 N M. W w An. ff' 1 2 N JUNIOR RUNNERS-UP gl li 1 Mary Ann Abrahamsen Danny Aguilar Hermiriia Aguilar Augielita Alfaro Larry Asbill 4 Angie Ayala Domingo Ayala joe Barrientos Pedro Barron Verdeen Belvin Ben Bitela Judy Bobbitt David Brannon David Burks Robert Casteel Lupe Castillo Ramona Castro Ignacio Chabollrr David Conkle Pete Contreras ,549 Robert Contrer is 1 Linda Crenshaw Joy Crumley Sandra Cruse juan De Lu R051 Yolanda Cruz Irene De La. Rosa ' , 'Z' l John Dcuschle Charlotte Diggs Hortcnse Dominguez Lupe Dominguez Ralph Dominguez if Lajuana Driver Randel Durham Gloria Elizalcle ' fr mg' Y N Xi if .l xi ii Diana Escobedo Maria Flores Naomi Flores Linda Foxall Lynn Gant Dorothy Garcia Elvira Garcia Gus Garcia Francisco Garza ' Mary jane Garza Rosa Garza James Gaytan If l , Y v . w eff, 3- J. ff' 47? f ' L 'r ibifif ,M ' x ' wa X fx I . 66 :WV as ' 1 ,uf ,eg X iNi1,frgr4Jf ,a L. 5 W' gd' K, 'Q' ,av A f, , 'T a 1 'X 9 4 j .QW r 1 ff' Betty Sue Gossett Minnie Gossett Agapito Gonzales Emma Gonzalez Paul Gonzales Mauricio Gonzales Bryan Griffith Henrietta Guerra Robert Guerra Albert Guzman Sharon Hawkins Amelia Hernandez Connie Hernandez Florentino Hernandez jesse Hernandez Rosemary Hernandez Michael Hillhouse Laquita Hooker Elizabeth Hughes Glenn Irby Shirley Jamison Jerri jerger Darlene johnson Karen jones -fi' ,aa Nw -I Sf' ,fa 1. 68 'K Lupe Juarez Reba Lacy james Kysiak Thomas Lazo Ezequiel Linarez Guy Littlernan Robert London Jessie Lopez Maria Lopez W' Y Louis Luera Carolyn Lovejoy Pat Lowery ,XA .. Lawrence Malone Alice Miranda Augustina Martinez Rosa Martinez Faye Mata Phyllis McColgan Dan McCullough Vonda McDaniel john Medrano Sue Melton Lydia Mendoza Cliffette Mongold I ilil .nw av" i L45 f X, ai fa ff: 1.1594 it U J , fei , 4 t T MK M ,,.., f?'?'. ,M Wi- N. ..,,.. +2 r-NNW Jr ? ,,44,..,,, H fu-Q ,, UBI? 69 .1 up Anselmo Montemayor Yolanda Morin Alice Mendes Dolores Blorin Linda Morris Marion Morrison Albert Martinez Robert Martinez Mary Martell Roman Natal Pete Ojecla Linda Olguin 70 A New ff" it , lg lwlf' 4 4 I V fd' Zn ii 'vie Amanda Oranday Pete Orozco Mary Ortega Rosalinda Ortega John Oswald Juanita Ortiz Ruben Pacheco Mary Parras Lucy Pcrcz il K 'K iiip , I 1? 5 Vincent Perez jo Ann Pineda Lucy Polanco H if if -ggi' ' , , 4 7' f 1 gzqfi wi ffm -iw-I 5' 'Lf 7' 11, gf 5 ? , ff 5 Z, X 1? R 3 if 1 ff 14' 'N-.--O ji, 2 ' f A33 Q ,Ao R ,, Lf' f ,Qi 3 xx 72 115 I Y! 17,5 """9S W1 f V fm: v S. Q .-Vw V PT Frankie Porter Carl Porterfield johnny Ramirez Robert Reynolds Alvinn Reynosa Edward Rincon Paul Rivera Lucia Rodriqucz Alfred Rogers jerry Rowan Andrew Ruiz Efren Ruiz fzsar David Ramirez Laura Rice Linda Saenz Gonzalo Salazar Daniel Salclana Adelina Salinas Louise Sanchez Alice Saucedo Janice Shelley Carmen Silva Nellie Silva James Sims ,di min ,Q-if vw Y Q! ,,A r 'J 2 ,.-my 3 73 Rosita Sipriano Guadalupe Sosa Howard Stalker june Tallman Diana Thomas Eve Thomason Daris Thorn Susan Timmons Mario Torres Walter Vaughn Maria Velez Virginia Valez 1 ,, , 13 W 4 4, X 0 , , 12 i I 'rlroa 2 lr 1 if HKU George Villareal Betty Wells Vicki Whitsell Thomas Vlfight Lester Wilhelm Eddie Williams Patricia Williams William Winters Joe Frank Yharra Elia Martha Yzaquire Martha Ybarra Raul Zambrano I ,QI ff QA , ,.Jk 5, T I gl x I 2 Q W, xt ff 'ie XX ! 1. , X Left to fight: Alfred Castillo, Nettie Simmons, Gus Carrizales, Kris Janssen, James Post. SENIOR OFFICERS Part of the reason for Senior Class of '66 being one of the most enthusiastic, dedicated and active ones in recent years is due to the energetic officers pictured above. Gus Carrizales is Presidentg Alfred Castillo, Vice-presidentg james Post, Sgt.-at-armsg Kris Janssen, Secretaryg and Nettie Simmons is Treasurer. 3 I I 'W' .-xl .cv- in-5' MOST POPULAR . VIRGINIA GARAY ALFRED CASTILLO FRIENDLIEQT WARD JAMESON PAT WONG ? i' 4?fgg1'qg J 'S ' E Q 80 ,F W ,W Q9 ' f ii BEST ALL-AROUND TILLIE VALENZUELA PHILIP ALONZO ,df 8I MOST QTUDIOU9 VERNON SIMS Kms JANSSEN jim 82 I ,K E 3 0 A X ,...., W- , .,-- 4,L,.!., .. , -4... .,., V E ...... ,...,,. V. ...W .... ..,.,1 E, ...-............ -.. . ......f - 'HS fdlfkg- sf' -:' 2, E E A , gg ggi Q ,ji , Q qu A L. .... NNE., g l E, E M 6 A MOST DEPENDABLE CLARENCE DIGGS NETTIE SIMMONS H ' f wx " WWW? yY.XwW4.s"'5, 83 1 WITTIEST PATRICIA MILFORD ARTHUR MARTINEZ 84 ,xx 2 rv" sd,-dl f... fi ,- -W M091 HANDQOME MOST BEAUTIFUL GUS CARRIZALES IANIS KARADIMAS 85 MOST FAQHIONABLE YOLANDO CUELLO LARRY WILLIAMS kfffi. Lk K 'N kkkz KS bAk: is 86 'xiii f n......w-....... E - .2 f ,,3,1g ' 1 A. 5 vw-m..,,A.. MOST ATHLETIC LINDA MGRENO CHON ARMENDARFZ 87 l Most POPVLAR FRIENDLIIZST MOST FASHIONAUIF N Ravrnond Perez Pete Cadena Johnny Hernandez l SENIOR RUNNERS-up Although they came in second after the ballots were counted, these popular Wfolves were strong contenders for the various honors. i.. FRIFNDLITST Pennx ln 11m Their attitudes ot pride in school l and their service to Tech High make them deserving of the con- l gratulations and the appreciation 'L of their fellow students. t o wp VUITTIEST l Josie Martinez l l BEST ALL-AROUND MCST DEPENDABLE BEST All.-AROLND 1 Frank Ybarbo Pat McColgan Linda Johnson f-1f1"f'7" 'QP' 'Z X BIOST POPULAR MOST STLYDIOLS MOST DEPENDABLE AILKWITSKU Afftldwlifltlm Rnmgxn Alygfg-11 Ralph Zdmbl-nm, ,ffm Ai fix or '1f',f"' ,HQ if ' , , . fr' - Qggtf T V, f '-""""'., ,o4"Nu-1.-AX A MOST BEAUTIFUL MOST ATHLETIC MOST STLTDIOUS Juanita Olvcm Ixigrig Lgijrl Snmh Mnrreleno LYNN SPILLYARDS TXIOST POPULAR INIOST ATT-ILIZTIC. Most Fashionable julia Suarez Ernest Taylor W 1 if AGN W -in i WZ 'Sl- 'HWN ALVINO ADAME ROBERT ALANIZ FERNANDO ALCALA PHILLIP ALONZO N.D.C.C.g jr. 8: Sr. Rifle Team 8: Drill Teamg Drill Team Commanderg Dia- mond Diic. Athletics 'iv' if RAMON ALVAREZ CHON ARMENDAREZ Basketball TERESA ALONZO Y-Teens vice-pres.g National Honor Societyg Photo Clubg Pep squad MANUEL ALVARADO S.G.A.g Band Distributive Education S.G.A. Presidentg V.P. Na tional Honor Societyg Bas ketballg Key Clubg V.P Senior Home Room M 1 JOE D. BARRIOS Banclg Art Clubg N.D.C.C. ff,,..,., NJ' MARIA TERESA BARAJAS Red Cross Rep.g Charm Clubg Art Club Secretaryg Pep squaclg Y-Teens MARTHA BARNES SAM BARRON Bandg ATHOL ARMSTRONG junior traffic commission Key Clubg Board of Direc: torsg Choir ERNEST ARNESEN CARLOS BAUTI STA Photo Clubg ROTCg NDCC, Drill team 46" gf 73529- GAH. BENNETT Art clubg Speech playsg ten- nisg Senior Dance Commit- C66 R 9l RAY BORREGO Cheerleaderg Key Clubg S.G.A.g Red Cross Rep.g Art Clubg Library Council MARIN BITELA JO BLOOMINGER Honor Rollg Distributive Education LUPE BRAVO National Honor Societyg Wolfettesg S.G.A. 92 459 wwf' DANNY BRIDWELL I. C. T. f ,-Nw' my ' .f ,, , :cr V ',i , , fr' if LARRY BURGESS Diamond Discg NDCC .2 41,5 -bot .rr -...is Af? .wp , JOHNNY CALDWELL ELIGIO CARRASCO GUS CARRIZALES Prdectionist' Pres of sen I 9 ' ' ior classg JCTC: Keyclubg Art Clubg SGAQ Safety Commissionerg Head Cheer- lender ff., ,,,. A., MARY CAMARILLO LINDA CAREY Pep squad Red Crossg V.O.E. .49 ALFRED CASTILLO Art Clubg SGA Sergezmbat- Armsg Distributive Educa- tiong Vice-President of Sen- ior Classg JCTC LIBBY CASTILLO Homeroom treasurerg Con- cert C h 0 i r President fGir1s'j Activity Queen nomineeg Tech. Talk Rep-.3 Art Clubg SGA is P, sqpa . maid' FRANK CHAVARRIA Advanced Bandg Concert Choir JANET CERVANTES Red Crossg Concert Choir JOE CHABOLLA Baseballg Baslcetballg Coun- selor helper JESSE cAsTRo ANDREW CERVANTES Tech Talk Staffg Library Council FREDDY CLARK JOYCE CLARK I.C.T. Distributive Educationg Na- tional Honor Societyg S.G.A.g Sec. Senior Home Room fik! ' ff 'A 94 is wh 'U' WANDA CLARK Distributive Education -.Qi df 4, JERRY COLLINS I, C. T. JOE CONTRERAS Art Clubg Photo Clubg S.G.A.g Red Cross ,T 5,.'n" 62 N .f4' RAUI. C. CONDE GARRY COPE Pres, Photo Clubg Key Club S.G.A.g Tech Talk Staff Wolf Pack Staff Ly TONY DE LA TORRE DONNA CURRENT Art Club SHIRLEY CUTLER FRANK DE LEON ah Q1 F 4 R if fa x ! I, V 1 .. 'I'-v 'rf ,- .,f5q,.wf"i'r:Zg, BRENDA CRUMLEY National Honor Society jCTCg Tech Talk Editor Pep squad YOLANDA CUELLO 2 9 Art Clubg S.G.A. Represen- tativeg Red Cross ,eu-., JIMMY DEAN Photo clubg S.G.A.g NDCC S, A , ,, CLARENCE DIGGS Pres. Homeroomg Key Club Diamond Discg S.G.A. Exec. Battalion Command erg Basketball -In an-if MARCELLO ESPINOZA 2- -1" ' 5 l Q 17 fi Q ' cl l J ssc Q Q T A C A c,e C A RAYMOND ESPINOZA EDNA ELMORE Student teacherg assistantg V.O.E. Baseball g SGA JIM EYLAR "Wolf Pack '66' staffng Of- fice assistantg Lib. Club- Pres. 8: Vice Pres.g Art Clubg Concert Choirg Golf Team RICHARD DOMINGUEZ Military Drill T e a m fBoys'jg Key Clubg Red Crossg Diamond Disc Clubg Junior Achievement Mern- berg Company Com- mander RICHARD DONALDSON Rifle Teamg Diamond Disc Clubg Basketballg Trackg Baseballg Pep Assemblies tl' J' f 'f DAVID FERNANDEZ Diamond Disc Club Arif HECTOR FLORES Homeroom Vice-Presidentg Red Cross Rep.g Tech. Talk Rep.g SGAQ ROTC 'T l RALPH FLORES A mf Distributive Education LAWRENCE FRAZIER Delores Morin tells Sandra Nichols, "I'm sure there was a fingernail here somewhere." MIKE FRAZIER JUDY FREEMAN VIRGINIA GARAY Cheerleaderg Pres. Y-Teeng Charm Clubg jCTCg Tennis Teamg S.G.A. Treasurerg Tech Talkg Student Direc- tory Staff BHSCIDHII Wnlfettesg Y-Teensg Recl Crossg Tech Talkg V.O.E. i LM N-,,-In 1, ANITA GARCIA , -. :N :iw --1 .. ROSA GIZLACIO National Honor Societyg SGAQ "Wcmlfette" Capt.g Tech. Talk Stzlffg JCTCQ Charm Clubg Art Club Prcs.g Student Directory Staff if ' ffrx IOSIE GARCIA MARY GARZA SGA: Red Crossg Home- rocwm Trcasurer JIMMY GOMEZ Diamond Disc Cluhg Tech Talk Staffg NDCC ?l2.S- 'fflhv CYNTHIA GARCIA GLORIA GARCIA DORA GONZALES nw, ,N - EZEQUIIEI. GONZALES I.C,T,g Tech Talk Rep.g bl 'Q JOHN GRAVES Truck Team Captain K, . l A L 'sal .Q - T3 'T i, Lia, xi V f -1 Nr. . i Xi- EVELYN GRIMMETT V.O.E. D. F. GRINDELE LINDA GUERRA President of Concert Choirg Treasurer of Y-Tcensg SGA1 Military Princess, 1965-66 for Com. "C"g Tech Talk Rep. sm , JOSEPHINE GONZALES Charm Clubg JESSE GRANADOS NDCQ Future Teachers Club yo me ALIQE GUTIERREZ AULIL STINE GUI IFRRFZ Office helper 4-JI' air.,-'J' I JK' Wir is '-by f e l ., f' S J ' ii ' V . ' L - iv. ,. K : fr V, . L . K M? if in I A Lf,, V KLLW I hi A It W I S ,vlv I , ii ,L 34" l A5 'Q' , an 1 C S if A ,, li, 1 9 iw, ff- i f 'AL- S 4, A . A S 'A I W 1 Z' DELFINA GUTIERREZ JANE HACKNEY SUSAN HANLIN DARLENE HEMPHILL SGA! Tefh Talk RCP-3 Attendance and Counselors Charm Clubg Concert Choir National Honor Societyg Charm Clulvg Most Attrac- Office Helper Attendance Office helperg SGA Memberg Yearbook tive Couple 65-66 Art Clubg Speech typistg Dncl's Clubg IBM ROBBIE HENSON ?Y"'V'W FAUSTINO HERNANDEZ Rifle Tcamg Diam5nd Disc Clulwg ROTC nncl NDCCQ SGA Alternateg Drill Teamg Homeroom Pres.g Member ,J L....-..fM.- QMFF 'tram Office lmelperg National Achievement Sclxolarship Finalist Waiting for the parade to start, JOHNNY l HERNANDEZ Qpdg OPHELIA HERNANDEZ ROY HERNANDEZ TONY HERNANDEZ Bandg Art Clubg Y-Teensg Majorettc Charm Club KENNETH lRBY Distributive Education WARD -IAMESON Key Clubg United Cerebral Palsy Monitorg Tech Talk staffg Hurdle Award Nomi- ueeg Co-Editor '66 Year- book Staff CAROL HUFFSTETTER Yearbook staffg Red Cross Represeutativcg Art Club PENNY INGRAM Y-Teensg Charm Club, Vicc- Presicleutg Pep Squad, Cap- tain ff uv? ' :ui ...p-1' r, ,. ., 1,-WP' ,f--eq. KRIS ,IANSSEN Pres. of Y-Tecnsg Sec. of Senior Classg Sec.-Treas. of Banrlg Treas. of N. H. S.g Rep. to S. G. Ag Tennis Team 4 S WANDA JENKINS LINDA JOHNSON EDWARD JUAREZ Banclg I, C. T. Charm Club ., hii- T 1 f .MQ -W,3f-wr "But, Mr. Kennedy. you're aiming the wrong way!" insists Tillie Valenzuela. JOYCE KING National Honor Swcietyx Charm Clubg Tennis Teaml Office Helper fData Ccn- terj JOHN KINSLOW' Bandg Student Directory REY LUNA lm! 5 g l 'Q' i O f ., . IKE LOPEZ SYLVIA LOPEZ Y-Teensg Art Club, Vice- Presiclentg Charm Clubg Red Cross Representative Tech Talk Representative ALFONSO MALDONADO Art Clubg Basketballg Base- ball MICHELLE LACY Marching Bamlg Distribu- tive Eclucation MARIE LEIJA Termisg V. O. E. "6- LEONOR MALDONADO Y-Teensg S.G.A.g V.O.E. GLORIA MANRRIQUEZ Drill Teamg Y-Teens Charm Club WPWN ..g""""P f 'IH' ,gandlw ydw' SARAH MARCELENQ ARTHUR BTARTINEZ CFCILIA BIARTINFZ CRUZ MARTINEZ Chcerluadcrg Art Clubg ScC1'ctg11'y of lwmemnxn Library Councilg Track Manngerg Debate Team 4-Q,-gr XWOLF PACK staff tours Taylor Publishing Co. and sees ex- Tcchite Frank Martinez in Art depnrtmcnt. DOMINGO MARTINIZZ ENRIQUE MARTINEZ K 3 X MW, Y-rf-V' md n los I I PAT MCCOLGAN S.G.A.g Homeroom secre- taryg Tech Talk Staffg Red CrQ5s, VOZET A A A A V MQW' .ap-K' I06 PASQUAL MARTINEZ RUDY MARTINEZ Tech Talk Staffg Red Crossg Photo Cluhg Key Clubg Stu- dent Directoryg Baseball Trackg Library Council JAMES MCGLOTHLIN 'ND' . k,,. I. FRANCISCO MARTINEZ INEZ MARTINEZ Rifle Teamg Drill Teamg B11 n nl ADOLPH MEDINA PATRICIA MILFORD 'YS' '3- JUAN MOA Basketballg Bzlseballg Home- room, Vice Pres. JERRY MILLER HOXVARD MINSHEXV PATRICIA MOORE Photography Clubg Office Helper 'qu-3 FRED MENDEZ Key Club, Sec.g Bandg Con- cert Choirg ETA MARY MEZA STELLA NIORALES Photo Club nik BONNIE MORAN J unior Red Crossg D.E. LINDA IVIURRAY Photo Clubg Chorus DARLENE MYERS I.C.T.g National Honor So- cietyg Homeroom Pres. Alt. SGA Rep. FRANK NAVARRO NICKY NAVARRO Yearbook Staffg Art edi- torg Drum Majorg Band I08 BLAS C. MORENO Future Teachers of Ameri- cag Art Club TED MULLINS B Honor R011 RUBEN NERIA Homeroom PreS.g NDCC Band ff-SQ k.:r. J YOLANDA E. NUNEZ I.C.T.g Red Cross I! 495 '91 'vu- Raymond rmd Lucy say, "This beats the Wnti1si!" HOLLY NEVIL ELVA NEWBERRY Clmirmzm of Plastics As- Red Crossg V. O. E.g Coun- srwcintiong I.C.T. selors Office JULIA OLDNER MATT OJEDA JUANITA OLVERA F. T. A. Baseball Art Clubg Y-Teensg S,G.A.g fy' gif M f Red Crossg V.O.E.g Student Directory :Cs-It wt' i"Qr"f'v9' VICTOR ORTIZ Athlcticsg Basketball 'JP w -.. -fu .. E GERONIMO OROZCO RAYBIOND OVALLE OSCAR PALACIOS FELIPA PARADES S G A O u t s t 1 n C1117 g N D C C D13mOUd Dxsc Offxce helper JOE EARADES N.D.C.C.g Wolf Pack Staff MARY JESSIE PARADES Y-Teensg Photo Clubg Red Crossg Pep Squudg Home- room Secretary ,Bi -A-Q DAVID PEREZ IWW? 'Ki TQ Red Crossg I.C.T. .-si!" RAYINIOND PEREZ JAMES POST MARY RAMIREZ Battalion Commanderg Vice- Red Cross, Sec.g SGA President, Key Clubg Sgt. Tech Talk Rep.g V.O.E ELIZABETH REEVES Homeroom Secretary LINDA REYES I.C.T.g Pep Squad at Arms for Senior Class LINDA ROYCROFT Charm Club LINDA KAY REDD 4,23 CECILIO RODRIGUEZ ROTCg Executive Com- mander for NDCC band Band Pres.g Red Cross Counselors helper ,,,,4r H2 K new Y A. eil! RUDOLI70 ROCHA Basketballg Baseball ARNOLD RODRIGUEZ Art Clubg Rifle teamg Dia- mond Discg ROTC and NDCQ Commandant of Military Bandg Member of Instructor staff HILARIA RODRIQUEZ RICHARD REYES MARCUS RINCON National Honor Society .Jun.,, ,KY LUPE RODRIGUEZ Red Crossg Pep Squad V.O.E. MW' MANUEL RODRIGUEZ Tech Talk Staffg Vice-Pres. Senior Classg Red Cross Representative ,gi W MARTHA RODRIGUEZ Tennis Tcamg Concert Choirg Charm Club KENNETH ROGERS N YN ALLEN ROSS r I Gus says, "Yelling doesn't help- . . . let's try praying." JOHN ROSS A 33' ,J ga, ' "1"!+',. ." ., .ii-f"i'l'l pu SHARON RUTLEDGE Red Cross Repg Office Helper IDELLE SOLOMON I.C.T. ASL-""' 300' JOE SALINAS ELDA SEPULVEDA TOMMY SILI. J LYNNE SPILLYARDS Distributive Eclucationg Of- fice Helperg Honor Roll' Homeroom President BEATRICE SOLARES National Honor Societyg Tech talkg S.G.A.g Art Club Treasurerg Charm Club Sec.g Track team VERNON C. SIMS Secretary Key Clubg Nation- al Honor Societyg Band Memberg Asst, Drum Maj- org LINDA SITZES Tech Talkg Tennis Teamg Banclg jr. Achievementg Red Cross fe NETTIE SIMMONS Tech Talk Co-Eclitorg Sec National Honor Society Co-captain Pep Squadg ' :SWL ,Q r 'Q'g ,, ,- If . 'ix 40- fy: 39 ..- Nw' BIONICO TORREZ NDCQ Masters Drill Team, Instructorg jr. Rifle Team MARY JOSIE TREVINO Tech Talk Rep.g Homeroom Seng Charm Club ,ffl If--I I ERNEST TAYLOR Basketbnllg Baseballg SGAg Art Club PATRICIA THOMPSON BRIGGS Cosmctologyg Press club Charm clubg Office helper ',.- I . QR- JANET SUDDUTH ERCELIA MARIA SUAREZ JULIA SUAREZ QLETA SWEETEN Red Cross YTeens V.O.E,g ment jumor Achrex e M10 -I ,rf 'fa 540 fax fd!- if LORENZO TRIU-O XWALLACE TUSHKA INIARTHA R. URIVE HELEN URIVE T551 Talk RCP-3 HOIUCYOOIU SGA Rep. Drill Team SGA: Office helper Vice-president X II6 IV? S 0 fa. What wolf woulclrft lose his head over Virginia Garay. FRANCISCO URBINA FRANCES VALDEZ 'Mg .3 M0 BA me X5 is 1 x 5 'S Q, f v ,Q-an A arf. ,x b , 5x -Q' fl ffl' . 0 .. Q, ,Ma if ANITA VALENZUELA 1 .J TILLIE VALENZUELA Charm Clubg Concert Choirg Student Dir. Staff Wolf- ettesg Wolf Pack Staffg Pep Squaclg ,-A... JG? ALBERT VERA NDCCQ S.G.A.g Dieimoncl Discg Key Clubg jr. Achievementg Drill Team NDCCg Office helperg Ten- nis Team MARJORIE WASHBURN . fn rixm i rrri 3. . r ,. -,sp fy H15 ,agp 475 .Qing N. wa egg Q i - GLENDA VAUGHN JIMMY VAUGHN INIARCELINO VELA NDCCQ Diamond Disc Clubg Photo Clubg Drill Team NDCCQ ELVIRA VENTURA Office Workerg Recl Crossg V.O.E. T1 g?r!f L.- ,ff LARRY WILLIAMS Red Crossg Key Club SGAQ NHSg Student Directory Staff Ai! CAROLYN WATSON Pep Squad BOBBY WEAKLEY I.C.T. . ' i 'YQ'-:,, X. Sf .. E it V ""- , LINDA WELCH S-L S.RR i it 3. ' Chorusg Red Crossg Tennis - X Team ' A 1 1, HELEN WILLBURN if , Red Crossg VOEQ Office if Z"- Helper ROSIE WILSON SUZANNE WHITE NHSQ Sec. of Library Councilg Pep Squadg Office Helperg Student Directory Staffg Y-Teens 11" CHERYL WHITLEY II8 ,,,,,,g.,.,: .SX -UWM 'N-we Y-Teen Officerg Tech' Talk TQ PATRICIA WONG FRANKIE YBARBO RALPH ZAMBRANO FELIX ZAMBRANO Bandg Speech National Honor Societyg Key I,C.T.g Class Pres Honor Clubg Red Crossg I.C.T.g Roll, Red Cross SGA Staffg Office Helperg Stu- dent Directory Staffg Head Cheerleaclerg Cowboy Cheer- leader Alt. f ALPHONSO MALDONADO JANIS KARADIMAS Cover leader Queeng ketball Council Girlg SGAg Cheer- '64 '65g Military Athletic Queeng Bas- Queeng Library Class Vice-Pres. RONNIE ZIEGENFUSS PETE CADENA VALENTINE DANCE The Senior Class-sponsored Valentine Dance was a festive occasion for Tech students. The girls' gym was elaborately decorated with hearts and cupids for the event. Sweet and lovely Dorothy Garcia was selected from the junior Class to reign as "Valentine Sweetheartfl aj --"'l...."--'-T-""--' "1 4 3555517 1 I ' 3 'Z' A, ,LLZEEEEE EM Y X zllbnamr' Illi - If WN I ff!!! if 234,225 .-: Gloria Rosas and Diane Thomas, very fashionable in the "Total" look. Abore, Janis Karadimas and Glenda Vaughn and, left, Stella and Hermelinda Moreno seem to compete for 'longest bangs' title. Below: Juanita Ortega and Herminia Gonzalez model- ing straight hair FASHIONS AND FAD9-A-GO-G0 This was the year the nation Went wild over the 'Go-go' Hair was straighter, bangs longer, skirts shorter and stockings Wilder than ever before. James Bond kept them lined up at the movie box offices and Batman was resurrected from the comic books fZowiej to become the hot- test hero of TV. Janice Shelly, Diane Key and Jerri jerger proud ly model their 'Go-go' boots. ' .1 A f R I , m-'..,.,,t ,, ,f ,-,, mfg Wh! I 1 , ,,.... f . 'A .I I , y .. V, ,. . 1 , I W vi f , Ophelia and Johnny Hernandez The big entertainment event of the year was "Tech-a-go-go." En- ergetic producer was the P.T.A.'s Mrs. Molly Jamison and the en- thusiastic cast was made up of students, ex-students and others who just "wanted to get into the act." 9 Oi' tack: Q, xs.Q' RMK, Virginia Velez . .168-has x- Cliffette Mongold and jenny Melton Left- Alice Mendez Center- Sue Melton Right- Lucy Bolton Penny Ingram and Gus Carrizales PARADE AND FAIR DAY Two events that brought pride and happiness to Tech students were the state fair parade and high school day at the fair. The hand and the sparkling majorettes brought cheers all along the parade route as did the high-stepping Wolfettes. State fair day was a frenzy of teenage activity, with the usual goofy hats, plush animals, tired feet and aching tummies. , - ,,,' " 3 Sgggg N: A S--wx: H i,....hf-A It's no secret where this group is from. Darlene Hemphill Jim Eyler Ruth Garcia, Fred Eidt, Frank Chavarria Wolflnan joe Morales L Linda Sitzes I24 ...ws i i In 'fs K'-'Y lik w qiyxx l mm, G' rf, x Nfl. Big Tex and friends Smiling faces reflect the joy of fair day. High School talent show aroused great interest IYUPFOIUPUI PCP WHY Q amsi .Jaws was I rw-,N '.. -v in 1. l semi I 2 5 LINDA oRTEGA DORA cAsT1LLo JULIA SUAREZ 1 xi lyk SHERRY INGRAM BECKY PARRAS MARY AYALA ANIT A ARRENDONDO Z .2 ' ,-I I :I ' .1 , 'ln - l l Einlmtblfiwvlvutl i IQ 1. it lx ll ll l l ll ly l l 1955-'65 UE , N, R. CRO ,,- , R TECHNWAL H i Z!!! KZ , TECH'S BEAUTIES . . . COVER GIRL Always an eagerly awaited event, this year the student directory aroused special interest because of the cover girl contest. These girls were chosen by their respective classes for their beauty. Each .directory purchaser was given a chance to vote for their choice. After a close race lovely Janis Karadimas was chosen "Cover Girl" for 1965-'66. Proceeds from the sale go to the athletic fund. Special thanks should go to Mr. Adkisson and Mr. Thornton for their efforts in producing the directory. A x DAD'9 CLUB QUEEN After a very spirited campaign which aroused great interest the annual Dad's Club Queen contest came to a close. The Speech Department candidate, Delfina Guttierrez, was declared the winner. Candidates Virginia Garay of the Athletic Department and Frances Valdez of Cosmetology were finalists. Lefls Dad's Club queen Delfina Gutticrrez. Below: Finalists and escorts, Rudy Rocha, Virginia Garay, Ray mond Guttierrez, Queen Delfina Guttierrez, Paul Conde, Fran- ces Valdez fu! l27 128 NEAT WOLVES! TYPICAL TECHITEQ Chosen for their neatness of dress and sharp- ness of appearance, these students were tabbed "typical techites" by various teachers who ob- served the student body in the lunchroom. Con- ' . gratulations Techites! ,,..r 3. rf? 4 A Sm I I ALICE MIRANDA HELEN XVILLBURN ANGIE SANTOYA ROCKY GARCIA LUCY EoL'1'oN DIANNF 'rHoMAs RICHARD DoNALDsoN RUDY GOMEZ NORMA WOOD JOHNNY VILLARREAL at-1 " V,-1 Q BECKY ANGUIANO JUANITA OLVERA , CONGRATULATIONS! A few of the Tech students that deserve the congratulations and appreciation of the student body are pictured below. The rea- sons are as different as the students, but each in some manner did a service to Tech. wry. Rigfflls Mario .Paredes and Cecelia Rodriguez with pottery projects that won ribbons at State Fair. WJ 'ia-. Far lefl: Victor Grizzaffi who sold many of the ads which helped finance "XY'olf Pack '66". Cezzlerx David Aguilar and Ramon Al- varez. David won a ribbon for paint- ing at State Fair . . . also was pic- tured in the Times Herald with a Christmas display that he designed. Ramon tied for first place in a Baylor Hospital Magazine cover design com- petition. Below lefzx Ready to fill in for Cheer- leaders were alternates Linda Ortega and Carlos Garcia Below renter and righz: Members of the "Tunemakers' who generously played for several Fri- day morning dances. . -qi Q... :Ns .-""' Q-T 1' 1" IZ9 T ' L V! A Sizzing, Left za Riglazx Ernest Taylor, Teresa Barajas, Rosa Panyagua, Beatrice Solares, Pete De Alva, 2nd row: Virginia Silvas, Tillie Valenzuela, Rachel Velasguez, Gail Bennett, Donna Current, Irene De La Rosa, Virginia Garay, Rhavda Cooper, Faye Mata, 3rd row. Nelson Leerskov, Rudy Martinez, Ramon Suarez, Dorothy Garcia, Delores Morin, Paul Davila, Alfonso Maldonado. Below: Decorations Committee hard at work. ART CLUB wfiwfwifif., H, I30 The Art Club is an enthusiastic group, composed of members of advertising art classes and other students who are eager to serve the school and the art department. Members make posters, help with decorations and stage sets, learn to ap- preciate art more fully and in other Ways to serve the school While improv- , ing themselves. 40 .bfi 'Q . AY . FWD c7i.1..4tl""" X Q. 'XJ , pl xi X S-. 'sz '. 5, Q' E--" fl- A-3 1 ff ,M J' V. 4 . ' 362 aw! 4 1 Q ' we--+11 , I ,gy 6: -MWA 4, GNL I ,f s CQ 1., NQQQSNR X 4 cfs" 1.559 Dxki . ,"" x 1 - ,N ,N EX " B f . 'IX Y Il S Ill Q A Z6 k,,,,, W ,, M I ,fra 5 1 , V I H J .ef ',' fm if ,wx :1.w,::' -"' M 'Ir WS., Tap left. foiie Marlins: and Rofa Gclario New erzgroued in line faff cradle-Gu: Carrizalff if creating while Virginia Garay and Rirbard Reyef are caught wills IiJFi1' maufbf agape al live Cbriffmaf pany. T011 Riglnlx Erilefl Taylor, Faye Mahi, Bealrifc Solaref, Lydia Garza, Delorex Morin, my :be bark u'izl1 calorief. Left: Pele Defilza, Nelfon Lecrfkof, Bcalfife Solara work on pub' lifify for Friday morzzirzg dance. l3I xffs 1:1 row+re4led Lefl to Righfx Nettie Simmons, Phillip Alonzo, Larry Williams, Ramon Alvarez, 2nd row- Karen Casper Patricia Thompson, Sarah Marceleno, Teresa Alonzo, Brenda Crumley, Beatrice Solares, 3rd row-Ralph Zambrano, Darlene Hemphill Joyce NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Possibly the greatest honor and distinction that can be- fall sa high school student is election to the National Hon- or Society. Not only must the members have excellent grades but they must be ap- proved by the faculty. It is an honor to be proud of for a lifetime. N.HS. officers are L. to R, Phillip Alon- zo,'Vice-Pres., Larry Williams, Pres., and Kris Janssen, Treas Not ictured is Net- . . - P tie Simmons, Secretary. I32 'fm 'iff' XZ' ., ' .55 A 2 s.. no . - bf hi .. 2' ' 4 g "1 -ck gl' 0 . ' . I ' , . if' ' - 'T' vu . Q . . vi. - s-' Q 1 ,- . - -T R L' . wr - Y - ' ' ELF! 33 . I A A 'na NW . I u i Y-.Jr STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The S. G. A. is com- posed of elected represent- atives from all home- rooms. They meet reg- ularly to plan programs and activities that will benefit the school. Not only is it excellent training in the democratic process, but it provides a sounding board for student views. A working organization, the S. G. A. does much good for Crozier Tech. The president presides at most of the Assemhly Programs. miffiom-rf Virginia Gnrfzy, Trefzyurer, Sarah Marfeleno, Serrelary Prefidezzlx Phillip Alonzo Offifwis 1.1113 Wfillifmzf, Vice-Pre.riJfz1!,' Irene De La Rom, Safely Com I33 on N? J.C.T.C. The junior citizens traf- fic council is made up of representatives from all homerooms and is con- cerned with the very im- portant problem of pro- moting traffic safety. They attend traffic court, traffic conferences, hear talks hy experts, make posters and' encourage traffic safety in various other ways. I34 'Cer Lefl to Rigbzx Linda Olguirz, Richard Rirem, Tad MIllZiII.fv. Marfuf Rincon Louis Meza, Lydia Mendoza Irene Arredofzrio, Few Mom, fllffj' U7i!lianz.rozz Luri Bollozz, Linda Mo1'1'i,r, Berzfrire Solaray, Mary Errobedo, Rachel Velorquez, Cliffelle Ilfozzgold, Yol:z11:2'f1 Rodiqzzez, Lucy Rozfiqlzez. SPANISH CLUB COMMITTEE This committee is in charge of all activities that encourage achievement in the skill of total communication in Spanish. Beloux' Arthur Sfzldano, Riflmrd Riwm, Berky Arzgzzimzo, Armezzifz Gozzzaler Ti-QE -,. 4 5 1 l 'fi fe- flllllw wi . li 1 wi-for 31 4.1 'im Q is r ' .alll-eIQ.f' 4 n-angina-J 7 t s i Front row, left to right: Suzanne White-Secretary, Larry Williams, Irene DeLarosa-President, Ray Borrego-Treasurer, Janice Shelly- Tech Talk Rep., Second rawy Mary Marshall, Manuel Romero, Laura Sandoval, Mary Ayala, Virginia Velez, Judy Williams, Third fowg Robert Juarez, Robert Contreas, Mary Henderson, Lucia Gonzalez, Joe Rubio, Not pictured, Ward Jameson, Janis Karadimas, Arthur Martinez, Linda Ortega. LIBRARY COUNCIL The Library Council is a Service Organization com- posed of students who are tactful, friendly, accurate, businesslike, and take their responsibilities seriously. In addition to assisting the Librarian in the admin- istration and services of the Library, the council pro- vides valued social and leadership experiences for its members. Miss Rene Stennis is sponsor. Rigblx Judy NWilliams, Ray Borf rego, Linda Morris, Barbara Mel- lO1'l. 1, .-xr.-f-,aw'f"f"'R 6 j Leo Perez, Mary Ybarro, Raymond Ovalle Jesusita Lopez Rigbf: Miss Stennis and Sandra Williarns H Nii- ,sw Bollom'-Left fo Righf. Phillip Alonzo, Clarence Diggs, Alfred Castillo, johnny Hernandez, Ray Borrego, Danial Saldona Mizldle- Lefz lo Rigbl. Richard Dominquez, jimmy Post, Rudy Martinez, Wartl Jameson, Larry XWilliams, Fred Mendez, ,Ralph Zambrano, Arthur Saldanu, Manuel Romera Top-Leff fo Riglzz. Kiwrinian sponsor M r. L. Lauratis, Guadalupe Sosa, Louis Alonzo, james Simms, Leslie Turner, and faculty sponsor, Mr. D. Mackey 2 I 6:4 CLO N 4' I vw, The officers are Left to Right: Fred Mendez, secretary, james Post, Vice-President, Ward Jameson-President, and not shown Larry Williaiiis Trefis. I36 The Key Club is a service organization, dedicated to the school, the community, and to the individual member. Sponsored by the Downtown Kiwanis Club, the Key Club upholds the high principles of its sponsoring club. During the past year the club's twenty members actively participated in many projects including a Thanksgiving drive in which five baskets of food were collected and distributed to the needy fam- ilies of Dallas. The Key Club also undertook a candy selling project to raise money that was dis- tributed for the benefit of the schools athletic fund, the Wolf Pack and many other worthwhile organizations. The Key Club Nominee in the Dads club activity queen contest was Mary Martell. The Key Club Sweet- heart is Penny Ingram ,ff L C 3 KFir.tf row, left zo riglylj Stella Morales, Sharon Diggs, Charlotte Diggs, Diana Taylor, Janet Wells, Linda Murry, Shirley Cutler fremmi 70102 Martha Carrizales, Mary Lou Puentes, Margaret Ventura, Becky Anguiano, Juanita Olivera, Mary Perez v Maria Alonzo, Rose Mary Valtierra, Sharon Wilburn, Mary Hernandez Kfhird rowj Albert Valtietra, Daniel Womack, Ken' neth Taylor, Robert Whitt, Gary Cope, William Maples, Leslie Turner ffixfla mwj Robert Juarez, Larry Dean, Gilbert Bal- lard, Felix Escamilla, Alberto Jimenez, Raymond Suarez, Carlos Baustista, John Martinez, Lynn Gant, Philip Mendoza, and Jesse Torres. PHOT0 CLUB The Photo Club is composed of photo students and others interested in pho- tography. Photography has a very great impact on us and almost everyone has a desire to make pictures. Photo Club is dedicated to making them better. All of the candid and informal pictures in this book were processed in our photo lab. z l Y President Gary Cope with V.P., Shirley Cutler and Secretary, Juanita Olvera. .4 l I38 FUTURE TEACHERS FUTURE NURSES Q in Future Tearlaefi: Balfom Roux' Linda Olguirz, Mnrgfzrel Moreno, Marial Kay Ezell, Judy IViIIiam:, Top Row: julie Oldner, Azzrelmo Morzlemayer, Irene Arrefdofzdo, Linrf4zCaf1illo. Providing real service to the school while having fun and learning more about a worth- while and rewarding profession are the Future Teachers and Future Nurses. fufzzre Nurrei Slfmding, lefl to rigbl: Mary' Mofzlufba, Dor- othy Garda, Horleme Domin- guez, Sberry Ingram. Seazedx Alive Mendez I39 Y,"'1,a, Wforlcing hard on many Red Cross Projects were these members: Fin! row, L. 20 R. Rosa Gomez, Merry Slocum, CSecretaryj Rebecca Anguiana, fVice-Presidentj Michael Patterson, 1Pres.J Yolanda Rodriguez, Gloria Manrriquez, Irene Neria, Second Irene Arrendondo, Richard Reyes, Sharon Rutledge, Mary Alonzo, Pat Williams, Josie Gonzales, Virginia Velez, Jackie Coffelt, Lucy Rodriguez, Henry Martinez, David Barrientos, Ralph Flores Bark R01lf.'JOC8fOlJOllHSOfl, Claudia Templin, Lucy Bolton, Lydia Mendoza, Merial Ezell, Diane Key, Carol Huffstetter, Pamela Shelby. These Are the Boys who operated the Bfovie Projectors: Frou! Row L, fo R. Curtis Fortner, Vincent Carrizales, VIQ, Robert Vffhitley, Joe Dominguez, Alfred Rogers, Zzzd. Raymond Rivas, Gus Carrizales, George Villarreal, John Villarreal, Tommy Rangel. Szmzdifzg' Ernest XWard, Roger Fortner, Marcus Avila, David Lyon, Gerald Brannon, Bernard john, Manuel Alvarada, Pete Orozco, jerry Porras, jimmy Higdon. AIDS fe .. 3 N -ffl t,s 3, . ----t t , if A , f A ,i ,,--f . 'H ' , 1 ,,.,,. A if - ' - tttt-. , , , "t' ' , .. . . A , 1 . ' , Fronl Rozz' Lefl Zo Righlx Sarah Luna, Charlolfe Diggr, Lucia R0d7'i,Qll4'Z, Penny Ingram, ,lanire Shelley, Dorolhy Garcia, Rora Martirzez, Rom Soller Second Row Left Io Righl: Francir Lopez, Stella Morino, fzraniza Orfiz. Linda Olgnin, Rila Gulierrez, .Maria Alonzo, Rore Mary Volleria, Georgia Hernandez Third Row Left lo Righz: Rarhel Qzrezfeo, Irene Arrcnzlona'o, Mary Carnorilla, Terefa Alonzo, fo Ann Pinefla, Carolyn ll7af.fon, Dora Carlillo, Beatrice Solarer Fonrzh Row' Lefl fo Righf: Sharon IVilhorn, Linda Orlega, Eva Guiierrez, Sizran ll7hile, Sherry Ingram, Shela Moore, Delfa Rorr, Sharon Brearher, Sandra llfilliarnr, Lucia Gonzalez Fifth Row Lefl to Right: Rhanda Cooper, jzranila Torrer, Elena Siller, Diane fohnron, iwargerela Hernandez, Mary Marfinez Two new clubs that have aroused great interest among the girls of Tech are the Pep Squad and Charm Club. The Pep Squad in their cute uniforms has greatly improved school spirit and the D Charm Club is busy studying ways to improve in appearance, dress and personality. Firrl Row Lefl Io Righf: Cheryl U7hifley, Terera Bara- jar, Berzzrire Solarar, Irene De La Rora, Penny Ingram, Spon- .ior Mrr, Harriron Qna' Roux' Sabrina Chaholla, Rhauda Cooper, Ernzna Gonzaler. Rofig Chaholla, Horfenre Dornin- guez, Frzrncir Valdez 3rd Roux' Fay Mala, Delorvr Mo- rin. Linda Olgizin, Aliina Rey- nora, Angie Alfaro, ferrie Lo- Ifel 41h Roux' Lzzry Rod- , rigizez, Ophelia Hernandez, Sherry Ingr,zrn, jenny Melfon, y Ginger Gann, Brenda Bnrleron 'N ,, I4I E. 435.51 V i rig? w Left 20 Rfxffbll Cliffettc Mongold, lst Lieutenant Rosa Gelacio, Captain 7 L 49 Rosalincla Moreno, 2nd Lieutenant WOLFETTE9 The Drill Team inspires enthusiasm in all school activities. Girls must he serious and will- ing to work since they drill 5 days per week. ln addition they must be poised and well- groomed and maintain a C average. L I0 R Tillie Valenzuela Mary Orte Gloria Garay Mary Luna , , , , 1 5 l 83, - 4 l I42 Mary Jessie Lopez, Sharon Diggs, Mary Her- nandez, Sharon Hansard at 1 may s fi x ' . a 2 - 4 Yolanda Rangel, Claudia Templin, Barbara Melton, Phyllis MCColgan A 1 l I 1 A i l i I l 1 Q i Zu R: Shicla Gilbert. Virginia Gann, Oneida Fscoheilo, Sally Rincon julia Suarez. Sue Melton, Jennie Melton, Rosalinda Briones SponsorfMaribel XX'hitc, Manager-Linda Morris L fo R: Rose-lia Chabolla, Sarah Burleson - i Esther RioS Marcclcno, Mary Soto, Brenda , U l Q , i 1 5 l 3 xl Gloria Manrigucs. Lupe Castillo, Rita Moya. Mary Duarte L 10 R: Bfffmw Sharon Hawkins, Juanita Rodrigues, Martha Urive Gloria Rocha Q l f 3 L 5 x A l , 3 l ,V 3 I43 Qi , , , .,. , 4- 2 s , ,awfrffw '-::- ,. S i was s as iz 21 . iff. . .. at ca- 1 ,si W 1 I i Ifirif wzzx' Linda Guerra, Kris Jansseng Sammi wuz' Faye Mata, Beatrice Solares, Juanita Olvera, Irene Arrendondog Tbirzf rozzx' Lupe Suarez, Teresa Barajas, Mary Jesse Lopez, Linda Johnsong Fourth faux' Juanita Rodriguez, Dorothy Garcia, Suzanne XY'hite, Ernestine Reyes, Piffb 1'014'.' Cliffette Mongold, Anita Arrendondo, Sue Cooper. Y-TEENS The Y-Tecns is a world-wide organization, sponsored by 4 the Y.W.C.A,, consisting of girls who are' willing to lend their services to others. Officers for '65-'66 are Kris Jans- sen, presidentg Sarah Marcelleno, secretary Linda Guerra, treasurerg Pat XVung, chaplain. Virginia Garay was inter- club council and branch president. S ,-Sw sf, Ab01'e.' President Kris Janssen with Linda Guerra and Teresa Alonzo. Rigbf: Active Y-Teeners hard at work on various projects. i r In Row L. Zo R.: Linda Guerra, Bila C. Mariel, Oneida Ercobedo, Margarel IVara', furan Tirnrnonr, Linda Ortega, Exlella Moreno, Erfella Lopez, Mr. Calnillo. 2nd Row: Eneilina Manrriquez, Dori: Thorn, Befly Varquez, Maria Tapza, Rora Garza, Virginia Torrer, Celia Sanchez, Alice Saufedo, Aa'elina Salinar, Sabrina Claabolla, Adelaida Marzinez, Dolorer Alonzo. 3ra' Row: Mary Marlinez, Virginia Gann, Frank Claararria, jim Eylar, Fred Mendez, Cheryl ' IVhifley, jackie Byarr, Pafririiz lVillfanzr, Anlonila Ororro, Petra Campor, 4117 Row: Rorie lVilron, Linda Murray, Maria Hernandez, Sandra Hanren, Clarenre Peraler, joe Moraler, jerre Palma, Miguel Torrey, Marrella Tin- dell, Linda fobmon, Rebbecea Parrar, Marllaa Rodriquez. CHORUS Tech Wolves who like to howl . . . in a melodious manner, that is . . . find great pleasure in the chorus directed by Mr. Cal- villo. This year's chorus has provided much fine entertainment forthe student body as well as fine training for chorus members. At press time, they were ambitiously preparing "The Mikado" for presentation. l45 The Crozier Tech Band is a high-spirited group of musicians who work hard to improve school spirit as well as to improve their own music ability. In their smart uniforms they marched in several parades and played for many of the assembly programs. Mr. Charles Meyers is the band director. L. 10 R. Frankie Ybarbog Cecilio Rodriguez, Felix Zamora L 10 R Deborah Pattersong Anselmo Montemayorg Philip Caffeyg Marvin Huntg Olga Velez if gt L 10 R Kris jansseng Fred Eidtg Ruth Garcia Luna its 4 Q ai-7,-f A .,.. l , .. I .,,,- gy, ,, q.V,Z me . Sit im it ig X s 3 3 N lt xl X t F 3 gl' Vx 6 K fltrw- iii l A 1. wg ' 6' AQ in 3 5 S, 1 ommy Perez L to R Frances Lopezg Guzman Natalg Danny Cavazosg T L lo R Mauricio Gonzalezg John Kinslowg Frank Chavarria L I0 R Sammy Casperglinda Sitzesg Rumalda Gutierrezg Marcelino , ,, ? 2 5 , Q Q l . ""' fi 'Lf 3? 9 541 . r .1 . -is ', fp ' " Nl We "yd 't e , M ry V li, .sv xaxxfg. X. x ig It Ayf 4,5 V-x, ii It v ei iw v L .a s v f e. 1 " N if 'uX. W ,rg J Z I l sg-Qi : r ff 3 l x.-. Ml af Mg " ll 1 x I Q J ll ,' ITG r ,' ,X f 1 .X X. L to R Frank Navarrog Nelson Leerskovg Laura Sandovalg Beverly Bryceg Linda Olguin L to R Donna McMahon Merial Ezell m 3:2 il iii all sl 2 --5 1 ? a ,E yi -f 11" Glo ,. , , ll , V 'fn 4 Iva , za 1 ' I V' ,V g s v , -,I V I f- R., . Q . .3 L V f W ef. L za R Vernon Simsg Marcilee Draper Reba Lacyg Rosemary Arriagag Ray Rivas Edward Verver L fo R Karen Casper, Margaret Moreno, Ophelia Hernandez, Judy Caffey, Aurelio Rosales MORNING GROUP 151 Roll: Sandra'Moreno, Amanda Oranday, Linda Roycroft, Patricia Briggs 2nd Roll: Vonda McDaniel, Hope Rodriquez, Emma Gonzalez, Lilly Sue Geer, Maria Morin, Irene Torrez 3rd Roll: Rose Mary Rod- riquez, Helen Urive, Elia Yzaguirre, Martha Ybarra, Lydia Garza, Benita Leija AFTERNOON GROUP 152 Roll: Jane Hackney, Gloria Man- riquez 2nd Roll: Susan Hanlin, Linda johnson, Maria Velez, 3rd Roll: Sylvia Lopez, Frances Valdez, Josephine Gonzales, Mary Josie Tre- vino, Cecilia Martinez, Mary Garza l48 s. P . 1 U f N COSMETOLOGY Mrs. Vera McKee who joined us at mid-term and her eager group seem dedicated to making the nation's ladies even more beautiful. Offering training for a pleasant and re- warding profession as well as information on personal grooming, cosmetology offers an excellent opportunity for young ladies. Left: Mrs. McKee demonstrates proper shampoo pro- cedure on Rose Mary Rodriguez. .,i . L L L X ' fa P e N i it , ... , . 1 gg? f .9 ff .1 Tig Yiraaas., ,H .I X M5512 5 X T 3, zi- p , K Vkp, . . , X rp V , sa.. .M kq kk kkir ssl L ,E Pg. g P Q, p ' i. , R ieet " T ,isl We 'j I ti , if ssss . L ' l- ' s - ,.r Tow-er, jimmie Gibbonr, Luri Bollon, Second Row: Feoe Mala, Suzomze Fifi! Roux' L. lo R. Mary Eieobedo, Yololzdfz Rodriguez, fumzim IVbize, Barbara Clark, Pal IWong, Sally Voice, Eva Gutierrez, M6'7'li1'S1f1fH77Iy, Mary Mendoza, Roremary Vezltierm, Third Row.'Doroll1y Gorrio, jofepbine Gofzzaler, Irene Neria, Carol Huffxfelfer, Clf1udiaTw21f1li12, jo Carol johrzrorz Rendering a tremendous service to the school are the many students who spend OFFICE HE LP-ERS a free period helping with the many office tasks involved in keeping the school operating smoothly. They perform a great service while getting worthwhile practical experience. In a school as large and diversified as Crozier Tech, the errand-running alone involves miles of walking each day. I.B.M. OFFICE It Bofiooz Row L fo R: Maria Flores, Virginia Guerra, Becky Anguiano, T011 Row L lo R: Alice Gutierrez, Pat Moore, Sharon Rutledge I49 TECH TALK This is the way we make a newspaper at our Tech Talk factory: The snoopy looking crew you see below first gathers the informa- tion-somehody puts it into story form fupper left, opposite page,-then it is "set up" on the Varityper fupper right, opposite pagej After that, the "paste upl' of the pages takes place fmiddle right, opposite pagej. Now the paper is ready for the Print Shop. There our experts "shoot,' each page with a fancy camera flower "N--..., left, opposite pagej-a plate is "burned" from the negative-and from the plate and press comes the off-set print you read with such de- t light and relish flower right, opposite pagej. I 1 Lefl: Tech Talk Sponsor Ramon Ford and Editor Nettie Simmons find a headline amusing, The Group without Chapman: 111: L. to R. Kreafedj Juanita Torres, Julia Suarez, Nettie Simmons, Becky Anquano Znd: L. to R. Irene Arredondo, Richard Sims, Hortense Dominguez, Yolanda Rodriguez 3rrl: L. zo R. Guillermo Gonzales, Garry Cope, Manuel Rodriguez, jimmy Gomez. 'Mfr l50 nm 74,-, A A f S . ,.,1Q si A..f.: f z,,..-if px Top: Hector Flores and Lupe Bravo Middle: Yolanda Rodriguez, Juanita Torres, Ada Landin and I-lortense Dominguez Baltom: Faustino Hernandez, Alex Arriaga Manuel Alvarado ISI N.D.C.C. The National Defense Cadet Corps pro- vides valuable training in discipline and leadership as well as developing important skills and understanding, whether for fu- ture soldiers or merely Worthwhile citizens. his ' , .r g t S KK 5 F 'xi Lv: ' f gf ' 5. w.K KW, w . -K., - , A ' I 7, f K -.. afoffviff af- 4 are 1 W ,gf . f 5.25: ' 'iid xg!! 2 MXN AA H ' X f-1 I ' Il" , . ' vga.. l K1 K K K Ka F? .K K l K 4 - . ,lee Q, K fx. ss.. K :',,,., , . ' ,K if-Si . .. w P 'G i I rl - 'Ae M' T i'l1lK Q - K x," , k. 'f V , W , , , 1, ' , f :.Qljg Av A M to , --1, g 5K-FW A MZAK ' . 1. . ' 1 1 . U AE! tt ' 7"'4n " A 5 . " MK :P l1K1..,.,' Company A Frou! Rauf: R. Villalon P. Padilla F. Bones I Miller, G. Garcia F. Hernandez 2nd Row: D. Lopez, E. Gong zales, M. Patterson, D. Aguilar, D. Conlon, A. Adam, 3rd Row E. Craigo, A. Guzman, J. Ray, G. Felts, R. Ovalle Company C Front Rau J Bisho Sanchez R Garcia H. - P, J- , - , Seckletstewa, E. Reyna, L. Maldonado. 2124! Row: A. Moreno R. Garcia, H. Harper, J, Fox, F. Prado, J. Post. 3rd Row: Ri Villarreal, E. Vela, KI. Rodriguez, L. Malone, F. Porter, J. Dean, J. Gomez. mwnwww KKK rw Q. Company B Franz Row: R. Fregoso, R. Gonzalez, F. Ochoa, G. Hal- lum, A. Sanchez, J. Granados. 2nd Rauf: W. Hatter, J. Mendez, L. Ventura, M. Romero, J. Gaytan, L. Burgess 31-d Row: G. Delacruz, T. Valderas, W. Crumley, A, Rogers, C. Diggs. 4zb Raw: W. Vaughn, C. Fortner, KD. McKissack, P. Rivera, J. Peacock, R. Donaldson Company D Fran! Row: M. Watson, J. Deaton, B. Silvas, R. Moreno, R. Maciel, D. Aguilar, 2nd Row: D. Belvin, L. Lassiter, A. Hunt, K. Busbey, KI. Salazar, A. Rodriguez. 3rd Rows D. Conkle, R. Fortner, R. Herrera, S. Martinez, D. Mariscal, R. Fernandez ..-.., 5 1 KK , . ,,ee - .... . fn? ix - r . . . . 'P' A QA". it - Y ' 'ted A ' M". J A "' PY? if el 1' "" 33' 1 if "'AffZW" wi-egwgf fvx' 7 lt- I Q iff' 'A A 'fl 4r-l A, -xi Y AA .. , my fxf A'-mf "t' ,f V ' -2 g T? . i - 5 F' f 1 "TE '-'I 7' ' .A f , ff 'J X a lf? i - .K ' 4 V -"A Qff EM 3. af" f Ag, , yg .'rer N5 g,,,fAp,m.E9!f,,"y-fgffq. is as I A f -N of if 'SK Ee.. si eg A ' i f we tef fa... me-'-wks it ' f' ew - v 3 if W ig K K 55 . , .gg f- KX. V . I x .K :SK ff J .f Kg! CX ,.....,,y., ,.. HA We . ' . 5 A . r eeafgg 1 ...1 ie .fs 6 . N Q . . .1 .J ffflfggwlg W 'fwlogj . 'x t' :wi 2 ' Qi,gK El .3 j .K 5. if ,p,,p EA KK HK . Q. AA ,W Ag 'A I L K. f Kl' H if - YW .. U -ff" j ,u P' K xii Afgf 3 KT' 5 QQ, . -fee-'K"'L A 'QS A4 I Q7 Mx fn -. A 5" P 0400 ei ' T' if. i t y ' A A A .QY A- . V AAA - V -' 42 Q K if gil, ii . ls. Q V a rs... 2 D . li! rti V ...ii L 1 Q V A A . AA AA 1,71 Z., l K .V.k A 4,4 ..f .JK l ff K KK K K Ki KKKKK! '2 . KKKKKKK . K K' K K 1 J. . - All K NV., K K ,PMS tid A A KQK h AA A ff KA K L V.V. K K K. K K KK KK K . K . . ..,.. ,..,. .,,,-,K .4 - 6 "'N!"", . ,gi . FIRM M 44',Xff, ,-g?i,A Z 9, i f ' I f 'K lv COMPANY E Fin! Row: L, to R. G. Salazar, P. Rogers, R. Whitley, R. Reynolds, R. Dominguez 2nd Row: L. Brown, R. Salazar, D. Barnes, Edgar 3rd Row: A. Jiminez, M. Watson, J. Martinez jr., C, Bautista 4 . BATTALION STAFF S Fim Row: Cadet Major Diggs, Cadet Lt. Colonel Post Sefond Row: Cadet Major Adame, Cadet Captain Hernandez, Cadet lst Lt. Donaldson, Cadet lst Lt. Vera Third Raw: Cadet lst Lt. Hernandez, Cadet lst Lt. Burgess, Cadet Sergeant Major Malone, Cadet Ist Lt. Dominguez g RIFLE TEAM Front Row: Queen Juanita Olvera, Captain Diggs Zml Row: A. Adarne, D. Aguilar, R. Donaldson, F. Hernandez 3rd Raw: J. Post, R. Fernandez, D. Conkle, A. Vera 4119 Row: J. Hernan- dez D. Aguilar, P. Rivera, C. Bautista DRILL TEAM From Row: J. Post, A, Adarne, K. Busby, A. Rogers, B. Silvas, L. Brown 2nd Row: Lopez, A. Moreno R. Salazar, J. Rod- Row: A. Vera, R. Padilla 5th Row: S. Rodriguez. R. Ovalle, D. lNIileS, D. 3rd Row: R. Fernandez, riguez, E. Reyna 4219 Fortner, J. Miller, P. J. Cipriano, G. Delacruz, I53 MILITARY QUEEN One of the most glamorous events of the year is the crown- ing of the queen at the military ball. Shown here with Queen Mary Soto, Co. A's candidate, are left to right, Diana Thom- as, Diamond Discg Mary Mar- tell, Bandg Linda Guerra of Co. Cg Phyllis McColgan of Co. Eg Virginia Garay of Co. Bg Armenia Gonzalez of Co. Dg Juanita Olvera of Rifle Team. ...V 4 154 l 'H 'si Top lefz: Festive scene at the military ball. Bollom leflx James Post inspects Richard Salazar and Gonzalo Salazar. Above: Millard Watson lowers the flag while cadets Robert Reynolds and Leland Brown assist. V.O.E. Girl! wen: all out on Tarky Day. my., V.O.E. Vocational Office Education is a cooperative training pro- gram for senior students, in which approved office work is combined with related Class- room study. L. lo R. fzanding, Bernice Elmore, Elvira Venlura, Linda Moreno, Lupe Rodriguez, Linda Carey, Leonor Maldonado, Mir: Margaret Siddall, and Pal MeColgan. L. to R. Jeated, Penny Iflymael and Gloria Garcia. -:xo I , .. L. to R., Mary Paredes, Juanita Olvera, Dolores Martinez, Elva Newberry, Evelyn Grirnmett, Oleta Sweeten, Lupe Bravo, and Judy Freeman. I55 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Distributive Education is a career training program in the fields of merchandising, marketing, and management. It is designed for el- igible juniors and seniors in high school who desire to be trained for careers in distribution and market- ing by combining approved work experience with related classroom study. Rigblx Wanda Clark displays a piece of costume jewelry for Donna Ogle. ,, ! f 1' 1 , Fran! Rau'-I. zo rl.: Wfanda Clark, Phillip Alonzo, Joyce Clark, Donna Ogle. 2221! raw- L 10 R: Alfred Castillo, Martha Gordon, Ken- neth Irby, Alice Miranda. 3rd row-L Z0 R: Mrs. Pettie, Michelle Lacey, Tom Holt, jane Tallman, 4119 r0w+L to R: Manuel Cer- vantes, Phyllis McColgan, Roscoe Turner. l56 Q . P' From' Rau'-Z. to rl.: Donna Ogle, Bonnie Moran, hlarcus Rincon. 21rd Row-1, to rl.: Alice Miranda, Linda Welcli, John Graves, David Bush. 3111 Row--Z. Zo rl.: Robert Rogers, Larry jackson, Wiley Thompson- Mrs. Pettie, 416 Rau'--1. 20 rf.: Adolph Medina, Ralph Flores. K- K a , lily 1 gil-.98 L I iw N, - 5 P sf 'fl if 1 fe Q gs W , We f Q si ' A Top rezzler: Alfred Cas- tillo, Phyllis McColgan, Joyce Clark, Phillip Alon- zo antl jo Lynn Bloominger create a window tlisplay. Top rigbz: Advertising fas- Cinates Joyce Clark. Cerzler: Michelle Lacey and John Graves at work in down- town stores, Bnlfom feffl: Lynne Spillyards illustrates a point in selling. Riglal: Roscoe Turner learns all phases of food store opera- tion. I I INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE TRAINING The purpose of the I.C.T. program is to prepafe boys and girls for useful employment in occupations of their choice in which there are available openings. In addition to providing valuable preparation for a future career it enables many students who, for fi- nancial reasons must work, to remain in school. Stu- dents must possess an aptitude and interest in the given field of work and must accept the responsibility of a dependable employee. Right: johnny Caldwell of Hank's Jewelry Ccrzlcr Lefzx class in sessiong Center Righz: Holly Nevil of Purex Plasticsg Bartow Lefl: David Reagan of Halsell Opticalg' Center: Benny Straw of Saclis Film Cog Riglalx Pat Trumbley of Affiliated Foods. tr? 2' Q2 Q, ' .SJ .ov ' t ' 'f AAKIZW K' , S 5 1 V 'Kal is Two industries that have provided employment and training for a number of Tech students through the years are the printing and electronics industries. Above Lefz: David Evans, who works at Zale's jewelry ptg. Dept.g Carrier: Leo Parcdes of Texas Name Platesg Above Right: Freddy Clark of Scott Printing Cog Rigbf: Ezequiel Gonzales of Exline-Londong Izz the Bollom Rau' are: Electronics workers Rodney Kresh fwith Mr. Blackeyj of Buck's Radio- TV, Chester Wells, also of Buck's and Robert Morel of SOS Radio-TV. i' v R R10 - it ,, Q , 53, 'Agile' T 'S , ,.,,. .A " 'F' . m ua in ff, In A, 2 . is,. , V X V x l W i s X Vrije A- si of it if " P . ' lt i 1 " + f :p f . K rf. 4 I -ri, ji I 1 AM- w f, W N ,gif x I59 l Z . Currently the largest employer of I.C.T. workers is the photographic industry. Both Color Photo, Inc, and Snapshot Inc., have found Tech students to be excellent employees. Ifz 1196 lop row are: Agapiro Gonzalez, Ralph Zarnbrano and Pat Milford. At rigfof fzfef Larry Ashill, Linda Reyes and Lynn Gant. In Ike bol- tom row m-eg Imogene Dean, Shirley Cutler and Jerry Collins, Q 51,255 2 - 5 are ' 7-31'-P e1,,fl . C e ,QM l6O few f v YPA, 1 2' .X 2 CANDID9 . . . The XVolf Pack phcvtugraphcrs seemed evcrywluere during the '65-'66 school year, They covered, as nearly as is possible, every aspect of school life. More than 5,000 pictures were made. Many appear elsewhere . . . here are L1 few more we think you'll enjoy. 33 -,if sz . , QMMMWM S. .ep r--Y I6I MORE CANDID9 CHEERLEADERS Vital to the school spirit possessed by the student body of Crozier Tech are the enthusiastic Cheerleaders. At the annual Cheerleaders school at S.M.U. Tech's Cheerleaders won the "Spirit Stick" as the group possessing the most school spirit. This spirit has been evident throughout the year. Arthur Martinezg Irene DeLaRosa L t y V Q iff! C of gk., ,... C , , .. V th , 5 ,,., -if ge . K 4 5 Pat Wongg Ray Borrego ,dl plzy , Gus Carrizales Virginia Garay K A W it ff' 512 'YT 5 my "az , 4-nu. L- 39 if , ,,s. ,'rii ,t, , Z E , E is srec i l '- if Q iit.i ' l M .wg Y "ga, .sg y. , Yu, 'N Carolyn Lovejoyg johnny Hernandez i L W 5 F ' W it Nviwfs -Q- f ef? . ,QW 5. X Q 4 if Left lo right: Virginia Garay, Gus Carrizales, Pat Wong, Ray Bor DeLaRosa, Arthur Martinez. WE! pangs I 'Q X lyg1r..k,,4f. ,H A rv., v'.x,w A A . , - - Xalan- - ff. 1' ' 1. . ' , W0 x.,, . V rego, Carolyn Lovejoy, johnny Hernandez, Irene Y' i- From Raw, Left to Rigbl: Ike Lopez, George Villareal, Chon Armendarez Glen Shopher, Lawrence Frazier, juan Moa. 2114! row Victor Ortiz, Clarence Diggs, Rudy Rocha, Lester Wilhelm, Dan McCullough: Guy Cearley. BASKETBALL TEAM The scoreboard indicated an unhappy season for the Wolves basketball team, but the tremendous hustle and spirit and a never-say-die' attitude will be difficult for future teams to surpass. The fact that the student body stayed solidly behind the tearn, win or lose, throughout the season was an inspiration. At almost every game the Tech students outnumbered the opponent teams' fans and always their spirit and enthusiasm was greater. I66 Below: Captain Rudy Rocha Clarence Diggs in an action-packed moment during the Ft. Worth-Tech game. CLARENCE DIGGS GUY CEARLEY 23 if T Lefl: IKE LOPEZ Abores DAN MCCULLOUGH Lefl: LAWRENCE FRAZIER Belauz' GLEN SHOPHER ,-ww-my 1-'29 ay' i LESTER XVILHELM VICTOR ORTIZ GEORGE VILLAREAL Victor Ortiz durixm the Sunset game. JUAN MOA 5 BASKETBALL QUEEN VIRGINIA GARAY if i . are - M... ,X l. COACHES. .. Above are the three coaches who guided the Athletes throughout the 1965-66 season. Mr. Thornton fleftj in his first season as Track coach did much to encourage and stimulate the team as did the new Baseball coach Mr. Martin. fcenterj Veteran coach Rosy Adkisson remains one of the most respected Basketball coaches in the state. All three coaches did a wonderful job and deserve the plaudits of the entire school. Chon Armendariz, Tech's top scorer, in game with Ft, Worth Tech. l70 .i..5 -it J 1? l Basketball fans might not have recognized the game when the mighty Tech faculty met the "K-Box Good Guys." Though the game was played strictly for laughs, the faculty showed that there K was still a lot of skill and know-how left as they were VICTOR- - IOUS in the wackiest game of the year. X X X.. x MR. SCHRECENGOST MR. ROLLXNGS MR. BRANDENBERGER irec: ' s . A H5151 is . 159s zfffiris I 1 ff ..,,. Bozzom RowL zo R-Doyee Frazier, Rudy Hernandez, john feminez, foe femioez, Louis Alonzo, fenie. Carlro. Bork Row L to R Andrew Erzrodfz, Ewen Herzmndez, jexre Momlef, john U7ellJ, Gmbfmz Gibbozzr, Alben Vnrqzzez, Clifford Mangold MGR. The "BU Team deserves tremendous credit for their scrap and per- severance. Although inexperi- y enced, they were in there fight- ing every step of the way. Their conscientious performance and desire to improve indicates that many of them will do well on the "AH Team next year. I72 BASKETBALL-"B" TEAM A lr-nm F ' 'T' ' pf ' 1-x ' " lik' 4 l 1 fra , -Xp, ' 'A -F1 1 v , 133. Y 1 1' 3.6 1 , I W :ii .or-""""" 3 Top-RUDY HERNANDEZ Top lgffgjol-IN WELLS Top figlfl-ANDREXW ESTRADA Cenler lefl-ALBERT VASQUEZ Cenler riglal-JOHN JIMINEZ B0ll0m lefz-GRAHAM GIBBONS Bollom riglal-JOE JIMINEZ nfs 9 s hx ,H w ,1 so ,I , Wwmw- -- xv M S A www .Q W. 'fa W at 1 -:ff T' fznvgfg Q.,-.o-,",. ...'m---...- - ' .-- k I74 -,N , 41 .4 - ,Mp-. .. 1- f -- ,+.-, . . . x - . vw , X ,-304 Tap Lefff RAYSON FRAZIER Above: TONY HERNANDEZ Lower Lefl: GILBERT PENA, Below: RUDY ROCHA 3 K U1 ,, 1 sniflf '2" -is QV I , f ii X-. fu ' - L Q x " t b . i',, ng , - x , "'nF" Qf -f ' ' if " if i ' 3!591fw'f - W 2 S Q WW' 'W WW aw' f fa: aw , , , I, MQLMQ, VVYV. L A T i J ug .ii H . . I. ,1.,. 1. A 1-.' 'A Bozlam Row, L. lo R.: Matt Oieda, Juan Moa, Frank Porter, Doyce Frazier, Mike Frazier, Hesiquio Maldonado, Gilbert Pena. Bark Row, L. to R.: Andrew Estrada, Fred Rojo, George Villareal, Tony Hernandez, Albert Vasquez, Rudy Rocha, Mgr. joe jiminez. BASEBALL The most exciting news of the sports year for Tech students and fans was the great hustle '- . 1 and drive of the baseball team. As We Went to press, Tech was tied for the zone champion- ship and the Tech team had all the coaches asking, "What's happened at Tech P" The base- ball team and new coach Martin deserve much credit for a great job. Coach Martin and Mgr. joe Jiminez Rigbl: Matt O j eda 5 Q n at I75 Qin :ag we R 3-1' " Q E, 'Y Sf K :-V 'V ? ' g ' QV " ':f4fQ ,R ,-"i x lY ?- we Z iq " 4' M E ' , ,K ',3, 1 , E : :f E f I Left: ANDREW ESTRADA, uhm., ALBERT VA,SQUEZ Below Lefff MIKE FRAZIER, Below GEORGE VILLAREAL E HESIQUIA MALDONADO FRANK PORTER JUAN MOA The TECH way is the HUSTLING way" FRED ROJ0 FRED ALEJOS R DOYCE FRAZIER Lf' ,, .L.fLAff!'iifM 5 ,' f Q V r f ' Q 'f 351. . ,J ' 2 , . R," - f l' 'U V 5, R RRRRRR R f X ' W R fl Ri i ' 'M 'Q 1 Q' . , fi-V. , f, . , LJ " '. 1 'V I ' A an -.. 1' - V un' X , Rf R 'R -af W, .,,,'?, 2 Q 'f' WN- . ,K , ,..,,. ' ' 'A R 1 RRRR X71 R A," ' M l - gi l ,,,,, 7 I , Ryu' I gb 'Wm A Q , sl hr I U Q l I k l- 'sk Q A " ' "" I ' Vl v ' ,, QRg . : Q ,A N f- L1 A' '39 gy' K - A-' :T Jig , ' ' 1 H - - ' - 'T-.V-5".'.LfAR if L ,. - Q.. ' u I 'uf I 11,1 4' v. .4 W J I . Q J ty , A :MM , 'l:,Q' ff' 3 "' -I 'fb 3 : :ff-r :ffm L an . A Lg., wigs mer- or it Q- ay se- 'X ' A 5, 1. A ,, : V f , W ,01- new ' rm 5, wwf J f 5, 'A QUJM A ' Q rr i us an , . l GRAHAM GIBBONS TRACK TEAM QF if L? LQ me . 2 w- if -'aa CROSS COUNTRY RELAY TEAM The Crozier Tech Thin-clads brought much credit to our school, not only for their showing in the competitive events but also for their fine spirit of teamwork and sportsmanship. The terrific. enthusiasm and drive of the team assures Coach Thornton, who is in his first season as Tech's track coach that next year will be even better. DAN MCCULLOUGH 11 fl 4 I X1 A.. f4 . . ,,, . gf f 3.5, X f M 1 J' yi! if ki if J ' a s r s ' V VH kh g, L i s . , A y iii iefi A X fiii '35 1 1 t f1. , ,,5!z, , .V 3 9 R it .af ,A W J NX 1.2611 .' 1 Q .fx v.. X ,J r XM- .....,NK Fifi! Raw L. to R.-John jiminez, Efren Ruiz, Jim Witt, Enrique Martinez, Andrew Ruiz. GUY CEARLEY Second Rouz,L. to R.-Ted Corder, Ronnie Witt, Rudy Martinez, Robert Contreras, Terry Barrera Back Row L. 10 R.-Arthur Martinez Graham Gibbons, Dan McCullough, Steven 'Guest, Guy Cearley, William XY'inters ROBERT CONTRERAS V ,fi ,A L 5 ' 1145 , Y if 1 M . ,,,,, A501161 Efren Riuiz Lefl: Steven Guest 'L ,, . 7 ,. , g , ., li W I I79 G nk N. it j GUADALUPE SOSA Ada Landin and Gail Bennett TENNIS This year's Tennis Team made up for its lack of numbers with dedication and enthusiasm. The most joyous of sports, tennis develops Coordination and is one competitive sport that is open to girls as well as boys. Mr. Leath is looking forward to a larger turnout next year. ..--"""' H A,,,,,,..-- L. to R. Mary Linda Montalbo and Virginia Garay fi fi? f 1 JOHN OSWALD JOHN VILLAREAL i GOLF JOHNNY HERRERA 3. The eager, young Arnold Palmers above constitute Crozier Tech's 1966 golf team. Vlfhether one is interested in a ruggedly com- petitive sport or merely a hobby that one can participate in for a lifetime, golf is an ex- cellent game. JOHN BRANNON JERRY OWENS if A Q ' A X ww-Pug. kbs J 1 4. 'oi l8l THANKS WOLVE9! To all the Tech Athletes . . . Those that made the team, and those that merely TRIED . . . Those that scored the points and those that warmed the bench . . . A heartfelt thanks for a job well done. :ze l S -. .:,1 , .lil 5 M E-A A - ff 3 u 1 Q : f: I I EX-TECHITES JOE 81 ESTHER ICANTUI RICO INVITE ALL LOVERS OF MEXICAN FOOD Pedfd TO 45' , I "fy 2-9 I TA 3-0378 4-"W" V wsu 29OI Greenville a+ Goodwin Teachers say: 7 - -f -I I Y I ' eW',e i "Love Io eai ai PecIro's and renew conIacIs WIII1 ExesIuden+s" . . . Miss Lansdon "WoncIerIuI food. exceIIenI' service, nice peopIe" . . . Miss Siennis "My IamiIy's iavoriie dining-oui spoI" . Mr. Kennedy "ExceIIenI' food" . . Q. Miss Sloan "Really Superb" . . . Mr. Raynes "MagniIicenI cuisine" . . . Mr. Drennan - - - Q TeII Ihe Adveriisers TI1a+ You U "- Read Aboui' Them in . . . 'a.".:.' . ' ' a . 0: U "WOLF PACK '66" NORTHWEST HIGHWAY at ABRAMS Open Weeknights f EM 3-2421 Rada wma nf I9I5 Live Oak Wagon my Biifiley WIIQQI II ,52i its Bai WASBEQ 'Aa' .cI, jf ly I84 ron? row, ef fo rug h rs. . . ameson, rs. y e Deusclwle, Mrs. W. J. Burks, Mr. B. J. Sfamps. Bak ow, I. 'fo r.: Mrs. Jean Peffie, Mrs. Elizabefh Howe, M . Ray- d SW, Mrs. BeHy Wehrle Zwvigg' W Wan fNWU9'ZyWf fe!! AN EVEN anew SW CROZIER TECH A Sill. Derlgrlifehlisigsrro d SH S Y M . 6 'tg Q 'Q X 191 S173 Q3 apt ' Q , , y SIL., - I 0 E JEEQEEQQQEEQ O Q ik , . Q o ol ,, O .qty M 6-s Ah In ...nj V ,YIOS5 X ! 1 up-p ,. J Y ZZXL yr H Congratulations niors! CROZIER TECH X Y X . f 1 E' - . A Z - 1 ' v. . , RW ' " ' iw-uf X - 1 - v . . - .- Y V , ,,. , ' F- - L 5 X ' 'E 5 2 ' - 1 1 ' gh . ' 9 C-D - Q C9 C-D m 0 A A A A A ':f:1:1:1 2 : ' 2 2 1- C1 ., 1 : - E 2 : 2 ,,-' 1:757:".i:'. X -' . - ' 5 :"'f:5:'5'l-" 1. '21 .- . v y Q a, X. ,,, Q ga gif X . -:4::::::5 ' - - , iii: -.-S.,,Fc- -. '4::5:::-93 - - . -atv .fx 5-aaq,f,q?5:rx, as 'en ggi: : 4-f,.3.,f.sfm " 'SQNQ :E:5E:2:E:5: 'IA i. Q 'gy-:I:I:Z-I,' 9-. ' -., 1-S,-wx 3 X ,g-:t-:- gag. -N-:Q 5.-, .-:r,5-iw:-Q:-9:2-Rx .,.,,.., . H ,. ,.y,,-.3-.M-1.-.-. Q -- .. -. .Z.:.3. 1 -.tg -1 -:- - : -. ... :-c-: ' ' -:-'- pa. 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And the hundreds of mil- lions of people in the entire nation of India use little more electricity than do the people in Dallas! The abundant supply of low cost electricity in Dallas helps you enjoy a better way of life, every day. Next time you switch on a light or use an electric appliance, remember that much of the world's population still lights with lanterns, and does laundry in a river. D Rl- DALLAS PowER s. LIGHT COMPANY YCLIR OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER Jn years iv dime Kemcmbvr lls far PORTRAITS RECEPTIONS LLINCHECNS TEAS WEDDINGS PHONE RI 2-4967 304 S. HARWGOD 60 Mf ap 7 f DI' Pepflel' 41 D1 Peppel CY X, nga 1 wif i g A --Wr 2 f- X- E Elf. 5 Peters Pizzeria ,' 2808 ereenviue TA 4-9403 Bucwg :Ave :Alba 3l3 ERVAY FL 7-7803 SUPPORT e-.-. 2 ADVERTISERS! Q, ' Th y Helped Make "Wol1f Pack '66" Possible . 0 Parhes . . e Business Adverhsmg I F GRANDPA Reolwafion Denim USED CARS fi 3 X AND mucus 4 Z . Iggy 4 JXWW X 4 1 s 'e , .1 JQ N28 UVE OAK ' new N. 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