Taft High School - Tracks Yearbook (Taft, TX)

 - Class of 1966

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The staff members owe many thanks--to our friends, who heard nothing but TRACKS talk: to our teachers who never re- ceive our work on time: to our classmates who calmly put up with frazzled nerves, and to the many others who showed their interest by just dropping in. 6 This book is our summation of the achievements of the stu- dents and the high school in 1965-66, and the story of the dif- ferent' phases of high school liie. We, the staff, present the 1966 TRACKS and we hope that throughout these pages you will find some pictures or phase that will relive your high school days. If you do, our book will have served its principal purpose. Ellen Sue Pressley EDITOR '3 tp is af- -- f,l Q' , ' 1, 3 1 I With Sincere Admiration We Dedieate This Book to - Mr. S. L. Albritton The 1966 Tracks is proudly and respectfully dedicated to Mr. Sherry Lee Albritton. You, Mr. Albritton, have shown us the deep rewards that are obtained only from hard work and desire. You have encouraged us with your superb sense of humor and understanding. Because your band has won for Taft the respect of so many, our school has benefited from the efforts of your band. We want you to know, Mr. Albritton, that you are truly appreciated and admired by each of us. the 1966 Tracks Staff Mr. Albritton joins the stu- dents in stretching their legs on one of their trips. Excitement was high at this game as the Hounds beat Sinton. Mr. Albritton even seems happy. i 5 SUPERINTENDENT Dr. C. M, Kelso R ggi.: .jx School Board DIRECTOR FOP CURRICULUM Mr. Fred Rotzler 5 BUSINESS MANAGER M r. G . Pullin Mr. Emrnitt Flinn L. ' P ---L Fil 1 s latin.-.-5 ,'51"p Dr. John Tunne11fPresidentJ, Mr. Virgil Wilson, Mr. Tillman Threadgill, Mr, Fred Floerke, Mr. Bob Patterson, and Mr. Roland Lerma. 6 In Memory of Connie Hufford Mike Shelburne May 1950 - October 1965 December 1946 - June 1966 7 A. .- f V- V Amwf-:Iw:n 1 f ' tw-:,l:bL"Q :Lf , 'L--, ,,, u., , ,. . -V " Q , um ,- 1 I-Q Ms! 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NANCY MANSON Biology, Chemistry, gl General Science Sponsors: Senior Class 8s Science Club MISS FLORENCE MAYFIELD Typing I 85 II We welcome a new mem- ber of the faculty, Mr. John Cross. 'Qgczqfr 4..,,i FRANKLIN Mc- ARTHUR Mc- MRS. JACKIE HERBERT SIGLE ALLISTER MILLIN JR. SANDERS American His- Srerio. , Bkkp, , Electrical Homemaking tory 85 World V, 0, E, , gc Trades I, II, 86 I Geography Journalism III Sponsors: Sponsors: Sponsors: Junior Class Student Electrical Council, Trades Annual Staff, Paper, Quill 86 Scroll, 8: V. O. E. lui? - ,mf V31 in I' K' fe 'v MRS. BARBARA SIZEMORE English I 85 II Sponsors: Sophomore Class We Strive to Learn To ether Sherry Bennett and Margie Besinaiz working very hard on their Bookkeeping Practice Sets. xx li' ' Mr. Sherry Albritton shows off the new band uniforms which the band Time Out!! ! For coffee that is. began to wear in 1966. Here Mrs. Jones tries to relax be- tween classes. Faculty Cooperation Bolsters Our School Spirit RAY von ROSEN' MRS, DOROTHY BURG WEIL English III 86 Hornemaking II ROY STEGALL MISS GLADYS MRS. BETTY IV SL III Boys' P. E. THREADGILL THOMAS Sponsors: Sponsgrsg American His- Art Sophomore F.H.A. tory SL Civics Class I-fnr1 SQA I L , +-1 I7 L K . me w 4 f 1 21 if iiisasiff ' gf fi x ! xxx' ,If N X , 1" f ' Q f :li XX if X 5 y XXX ff! ,- , ,, iA: Eil xhii X YL' 'HVI XXX! Vrvl f I9 Beginning of Soho it 1 .- a V n .- J lr . 4-1, ' The lazy summer days were gone. It was time to get up at an atrociously early hour of the morning and come to school We won't forget the first few days of hectic schedule changes or the exclamations, "Oh no, I forgot my census card again. " Mrs. Glasson, our office secretary, certainly remem- bers these things. Students with different outlooks could be found through- out the wings of Taft High. Some were bored, while others were frantic. Some were lazy, or shall we say tired from foot- ball practice, and some were even happy! Joan Cross caught in the act of getting ready for school. Billy Nance, Allen Yeats, Sherry Bennett, Mike Shelburne, James Lackey, and an un- identified victim of the gnats wait for the bell to ring. Mrs. Glasson appears to be as busy as the students. Linda Dillon looks rather bored. Are you lost Linda? These students searching for the right class es are: Mike Schmidt, Ed Risher, Laura Ann Mayo, Delfina Floers, Patsy Organ. Nancy Bray. 20 Breeted With Mixed Emotions N 6 Z...- Ellen Sue Pressley is glad that school has begun. r'- ffl Ray Ford and Ace Sutton are exhausted from football practice 2l 3 vi- ,, LY! i i I'-nxt' 49" W' FE- f" - -1-- -2 ,i TOP: Percussionists Charlotte Burch, Larry Duprie, Houston Barker, and David Veselka set the fast pace of the fight song as the football team enters the gym. Jean Swanson and Celeste Duprie put George Pressley shows determina- Dick Elwood is quite in- their creative abilities to use by paint- I-ion T0 P13Y his best' Volved in Playing the bass ing posters. hom- 22. Pep Rallies - Builder of School Spirit The pep rallies throughout football season were a source of encouragement to our football players. It would be hard to imagine a successful pep rally with out including the stirring music played by the band and the twirling routines which were so carefully prepared by the majorettes. There were also added attractions such as speeches, skits, and inspiring posters. Our energetic cheer- leaders led effective yells that stimulated school spirit, which on many occa- sions helped to lead our team to victory. These clowns with the cheerleaders' pom poms are Ernie Nolen and Raburn Barbee. Coach Stegall delivers a fine speech to the student body. ref " Yu'- Y' v ',.Kf2..- F,-.. 4 K, . 1 . ls r 4 f . C 1 - A T L 'I it I ---r fu ll- iff", Q1 -4 -Y'-:M-1 - -.-.- rgdrcm ,--f-fy --- ,, QL- - , - aa. . f ' .LZ- T CD rf u-1 'C E DHI D' f-i . ro P CD E CD TF. CD rn rn l1l CD if UU ID vw U' N v-I 93 'TI CD F-I X' D CD :1 sn 1:1 D.- 4 pl. oo H. :1 ... N EI ,.. U-I Pi H. as 5 V3 su V1 cu oo cu FY E-'. :I oo 71 cv as D. sc Fl o tw irl. 'fsgyf 51,4-E Cheerleaders Donna Sue Miller, Mary Paterson, April Floerke, Lau- rel Ingram, Linda Glasson and and Laura Mayo are discussing a routine. April Floerke demonstrates her en- thusiasm. 1 v I L- ' I I tudent C01 1965 Home For the last time Taft High School Greyhounds met their rival, Sinton, in the traditional football game. To make the event even bigger, this was our annual homecoming game. The Student Council sponsored the event which saw many changes made in the ceremonies. Many exes returned for the fes- tivities. For the first time the Homecoming Queen Nomi- nees entered the field on convertibles during the pre- game activities. Crowning the queen was Mr. Butlch Pressley and Mrs. J. W. Albin. Counter clock wise: Rain fell on the night of the bonfire, but it did not dampen our high spirits. This was our last opportunity to prove to Sinton that we have the best team. A downtown pep rally aroused much optimism among the older folks in town. Almost every student's car was decorated with comments concerning the forthcoming game, but Bonner Bivin's was one of the more notable cars. A welcome sign was furnished by the Student Council to welcome all Exes back home. 4 t CI - I I I I I I I .1 lcbivi' Q X. , x, . ' P3515 Q, 4 1 a-. if u. :lv N X 'SL' Y 1, . " : N U W 1 Q a Xl -U1 , W 511 . I . L fag I""4? vi BX 'Vg X ' 5 b K -...v J Q Q? f f- , - f I 'ff-X 'li ' A , ' f f . A ' ' 2 . , l . 4 X. l V u1 I i u i - - Q '7 - .,! S n, ., 1 ' G' Q, l , ,n..,,'-J Clif' J B5 A 'T V Q .!- 8 i I . 11 ix X 'Sl Y- Q YM 'F' if N 5+ Q , fl fx- 1 9-if 'N k , 'Wi' - 5 - XM-, ,xi Wx' X x E xv it P : V ' bf W .1 ,,-1, ,U Ill sf- - .--, Q a.hi'.L9y!"7, H x xl XQH L XP 1 to Be Jolly. Christm as. Here Mr. McAllisterg Student Council Advisory Steve Pullin, and Mary Paterson spray a tree which the Student Council decorated and placed in the hall. Kathy Vesley, Sherry Bennett, Linda Tucker, Rena Coates, Helen Blackwell, and Diane McClanahan sew bells on hats that were worn in the parade by a group of English class victims. Virginia Williams and ??? seem to be arguing over a trivial matter while Mr. von Rosenberg adjusts his hat. "Tis the Season 99 As far as the students were concerned of the most exciting parts of Christmas was the anticipation of two weeks of holidays However, just before school was dismissed we were busily preparing for the Christmas Parade and other activities to celebrate The annual Kiwanis Basketball Tourname c c was held shortly bef Christmas. Here Ri West displays the trc that he won for being chosen on the All- Tourney team and a the trophy that the Greyhound team won for placing second in the tourney. sl , o I. P ' ' -1.4 1746.4 ,Q . Q. Aff i . 1 ' ' ' .QF 'sf 1. , ,J , ig L. 'Z' - "An Italian Straw Hat" Mr. von Rosenberg quite successfully directed this year's Senior Play entitled "An Italian Straw Hat. " Mike Montgomery complains of his tight- fitting shoes while Larry Duprie sympathizes with him. In the background are other members of the wedding party. John Messer tries to arrest the bride's father and other members of the party for disturbing the peace. Larry Duprie wanders among the guests of the Baroness in search of a straw hat. Baroness, April Floerke and father-of-the- bride, Mike Montgomery dance a polka while being accompanied by John Boils on the accor- dian. Prince Ed Risher watches with astonish- ment. 2 3I W -,f Band Visits Astro Dome One of the most exciting experiences of the ye was the band trip to Houston. Upon arrival at Her- man Park, the band members enjoyed a fried chick en dinner which had been prepared by the Band Boosters. For a short time, we were allowed to fro- lic around the park and zoo. Then we boarded the buses and proceeded to the Astrodome. At the half time of the football game, the largest band ever assembled under one roof performed. TV personal Skitch' Henderson led the mass band in "Giant", "I, Me Call You Sweetheart", and "Iohnny's Theme". This experience will long be remembered by band members and sponsors. Waiting in line for lunch are: Linda Dillon, Roxie Roper, Brenda Tims, Jewell Gunn. Karen Dozier, Geraldine Burch and Glenn Travis. Mary Virginia Paterson performs the tedious task of checking roll on the bus. Lynn Morris seems a bit tired and catches 40 winks. Staring into the camera here is Brenda Phil- lips in her latest hair-do. Ray Gabrish, Ronnie Bayless and Johnny Wolf pass the time with a friendly game of cards. lu.. CLOCK WISE: Betty Holley is gathering up all her various and sundry belongings as the rumor, "We're almost home, " is heard throughout the bus. Most of the band members took a nap on the way home as Jennifer Phillips is doing here. Donna Sue Miller and Barbara Rlkner will probably agree that it really wasr1't all that bad! It was truly a riot when Larry Duprie managed to get himself stuck under a seat. Steve Pullin discovers that there just isn't enough room on a bus to put on a uniform. Dick Elwood and David Veselka are amusing them- selves with a helium filled balloon. -1 'F --fu -,W . fx,,.-., 5-: r"3a-.f , ,F ' 1.- .. f , Y,.' . .- 1, li...-.vi - 1 .fn 1 I,, . ,--,UM - T'l.?'n, 'NSI 1 . --QA VQVIQN V nf 'n-'Aj .V AILUV 1 iz 1 A - -A , V " 7 5 -' , 'C 3 ' , " ' J ' 1 -5 I '-' V . Uv . di . MA M :M 'H Vi ,, W1 . fl' ' X, A ' , 4:1 :MS af' A, ' -1- ' ' 5 ,gm 1 W1-z,:,ff,Y .' .. I 9 41511. , Kimi ' 5? Q 4 , 'ff-CHIP.: Q 4 , x -"" . .. 5" I Q , 1 - Q , 239 , A1 , ' ' fm. ""'Q?7f Y ' " "' ' 3 1 - " ' ' 'H I A ' 1,' ' J fx I" 'ffifkiz-ff'53 A YY: '- 'W " h . 1' t 1 5-I ..., '-5 QV' 'K ' . S 4 5 -N Q L.-T N ,, .: ' ,l -F: -ng' ,fl E 'W' I .Aww I ,'-fu L. I f fin" -' ,lf A M '4 1MJgl.., K . I X! - , A-J A v. avid. fr. Yzlfffrfg l S, V ' ,Y-Q? lk- ffffk-I ,NJ 14 in .JL jx . W A . I? . vg, A- . fx in jx 'Q , , -Z I ,631 y ,, , . F L ' -'iiflii' i' V' . , .J '..'j ,, ', "ffl: 4-A-ffl:-:ff "mtv , A' u-., Mp. fy- w: L, ,Nz - ff - Krgf' ' ' J -' ' ' ' A-A15--. ,X -Q, ,,' . ,, x' . . . . .Af , Y., S ,W - - f:,',1yg,f, LA,-2 Wx. JF 131133 0 .' -'L -14-5-4. - .f fl Q, .-fvy Q H. -'. '. Q. 53 Zfffrlh- ' - ,.. ' 1. Us Inf Frank McNamee, president of the Taft Athletic Club, presents Bobby Maines with the football award at the Athletic Banquet. Banquets Honor Students Several banquets honoring different organizations were held throughout the year. The F.F, A, Banquet was held in honor of the fathers of the Ag boys. The dedication of the 1966 Annual was announced at the Band Banquet as the annual wasdedicated to Band Director Albritton. The different sports awards were presented at the Annual Athletic Banquet given in honor of all Taft Athletes by the Taft Athletic Club. 'I ,. fi Athletes Ace Sutton and Raburn Barbee with their dates enjoy the Athletic Banquet, At the Band Banquet, Mr, Albritton present- ed Betty Holley with the John Philip Sousa Award. Jewell Gunn, Betty Holley, and Laura Ann Mayo entertained those who attended the Band Banquet by singing several songs, Al- so on the program was Mrs. Morrison who . sang several selections. M. 'w 'it AL. -.ng -'V Taft Places Second I.L. Llterary Meet At the District 29-AA Literary Meet held at Goliad High School the host school Goliad placed First with 167 points with Taft l-ligh School placing Second with 102 112 pointsg Sinton Third with 90 pointsg Refugio Fourth with 79 1X2 points and Mathis with 17 points Students qualifying for the Regional Meet were: Kurt Wilson . in Ready Writing, April Floerke in Persuasive Speaking and Craig Guthrie and Rosa Lee Sanders in Journalism. Entries in the District Meet were: Ace Sutton - Persuasive Speaking 3 Larry Duprie - Poetry In- terpretationg Joaquin Sandoval - Extempg Glenn Travis - Debateg David Veselka - Spelling and Ready Writingg Kurt Wilson - Ready Writingg Ann Powers - Number Senseg Ray Cisneros - Number Sensep Susan Poenisch - Scienceg Betty Wilhite - Shorrhandg Kathy Griffin - Shorthandg Kathy Vesley - Spellingg Jennifer Phillips - De- bateg Laurel Ingram - Proseg Sherry Bennett - Scienceg Irma Escamilla - Debateg April Floerke Persuasive Speakingg Linda Mae Atkinson - Per- suasive Speakingg Nelda Biggs - Number Senseg Randal Koonce - Debateg Mike Montgomery - Persuasive Speakingg Rosa Lee Sanders - Journal- ism and Craig Guthrie - Journalism. t r Y , I fl 1 i W 1 . -.1 9 " 5 ' 'wif rf. , ,' . ' ,',:v..1s.', ".f - ' 1-: .5 'J' 96:5-:ca ' ' -ff' , - uw' , E' .-r,. 1- Y . W x , ,. , -:JF-Ulf, ga? Q..-V '. lm x ,-Qin ,, 3, V ., , V fjzwifq ' ,:fi'.g,n'T:',v - ' v ' Am:-f :- X- -. - -ggplfff . 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" Even those who had no entries enjoyed the fair very much. Robert Hutton is holding the trophy that he won for his Grand Champion Duroc. Ioan Cross wears the suit which won Third Place in the San Antonio Miss Wool Contest and placed in the San Patricio County Fair. Virginia Williams placed First on her Chefsea suit. Rena Coates was presented with a blue ribbon for her calf. Allen Morris won First Grade money for his hog. 1-Q.. . QQ.. C! 'Vviv Mr. Casper, Raburn Barbee, and Pat Bre- zina add new awards to their collection on the bulletin board. The Taft boys won First with their pen of 5 hogs and Third with their pen of 5 steers. In addition to this, Raburn Barbee won the top honor, The Showmanship Award. 1 X.. I. .1 Vu:-, :i It -, 4 f .qi 2, I ., -. v W Y Eg .i":' 'Vi ' ' iii ,T "ix . r.. ..,. .. , . yt' -Y ,. .. Q' i M I . Q fx Y .W- ,,Q,"', ,"" 1- yA.v-..l- r' . ',P, .1151 In 5 ix in 2, A. Both Mike Mrres and his Champion breeding hog are smiling about the outcome of the judging. John Messer shows one of the two Duroc hogs that he entered in the Fair. Max Schmidt shown with his Reserve Cham ion crossbred. P H' ff f,, 'H .E ,Hx if kin, r I.' Q ,.-,,...... ,- -Q -uhm V ,ff rr lx in A .ir- Rocky Barbee won First grade money and a blue ribbon Kathy Bradford won Third for her Cake: Betty Koonce for his calf. and Carolyn Wendell received Second place ribbons for Brownies and Carol Kolb won a red ribbon for her cake and a Third place ribbon for her coffee cake. O County Fair ,, 2 ,K L15 Lz- Marilyn Lefridge is modeling the gown made 2 5 Y, -r .- ' . .,,. N A ,X x- ., 'Z-W ',l.': I without a pattern which won a blue ribbon. ' Q 'ei Q XX . "ff " , - V Q ' 'vf7..m7, Y ff A u A l r r 4 ,yi QQ. .r X, in . ,,, if w r I rl ffm rl' r 1'-. .rr . ,J ' 4 iwurh "dill, 4 -.-.'r' - 'Qu H r ."' xml , ia, LL". ", ,Il L Allen Jones got a blue ribbon and a First grade for his hog. These Ninth Grade homemaking girls display the ribbons they won. They are Carolyn Wendell, Patsy Moore, Betty Koonce, Mary Rodri guez, Rosalinda Castillo, Lupe tes, and Criselda Casiano. mi fl! Y " JQXVZJ' ff' ,,,v?if4,,w -.A Q , ?4ffEf'1 N' " fe. ' :j,:". ' 'Reita iiiffifeii as 62 l .qt-ww ua. Q 1 oF' 'sqm ll? Qian 1,1 qi- .lg .Q , al v fff X 0 E93 x Y " lp 70" 54" Kenny Mutchler was a representative of the Greenhand FFA Chapter in the County Show. Ioan Cross models her dress which was runner -up for Sweepstakes. She won a First Place County Award Juan Molina received First grade money and a blue ribbon for his hog. County Fair A " Sue and Mike Reign as Queen and King of Taft High School This year's Coronation was undoubtedly the best one Taft has had in a long time. John Messer, Master of Ceremonies, announced the favorites as they were presented on stage. Entertainment for the night was excellent and the audience was well pleased. Mrs. Morrison sang and played a guitar. Jewell Gunn and Carol Rotzler did a pantomine and Joyce Piester and Barbara Felkner presented a twirling rou- tine. Tommy Wray played the organ throughout and soloed on "Exodus. " Then the nominees for King and Queen were presented on stage. From this group the Duke, Duchess, Prince, and Princess were se- lected. The Queen of 1965, Anita Galindo, and the King, who was represented by Thomas Sifuentas, were present to give their crowns to the new King, Mike Montgomery and the Queen, Ellen Sue Pressley. SPANISH CLUB NATIONAL HONOR socrrn' SCHOOL NEWSPAPER Patsy Organ James Jellflifel' Joaquin Sandoval APU1 Floefke Craig Guthrie 42 W ' A I RJ'-X xv,-' " l- ,nhl M f KRW 5 f 1 nZ iVY:f,14vf 4 ' 'M ' 'r . r . . E A -sv' - if i J N N EQ: V Q W , U I If 6 FL '- ,z 9 I , A A- ' I Q' if V 4 I If 4 ' Q n - . Q - 1 u - W Q n . I . J F 1 QUILL 86 SCROLL SOCIETY Betty Wilhite Larry Duprie PEP SQUAD Olga Perales Luis Galindo FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Enedelia Gonzales DRAMA CLUB Ray Ford ANNUAL STAFF Randal Koonce Laurel Ingram King Sz Queen Nominees T15 w 5 I 'm LH ll Il 1 , 'ai A , r xxx B Til. ,gr I Ns A 177' .s V f 'F' ff ' ,F SV' If - V Q: I r 5 2 f Efgfk -I r 16:41 V IV I ll-J f wi' 5 V U "fa A 'hrxrk i ti, E ML !ij' i1,,1 i is W2 1 K1 ,Jj 3g xv- xf. A - I f V I :gi 1 . 'Wd , 'Y' LJ V n 7: . fill 1 "'eJiw' . I - ', - '!J le V' , 'I ' I "lj A " A I 5 5 , ka ---11 Y ' . iq CI ' ' CJ W -B Lal- S X4 ' gf. .14 ,- 5,4 M 5 f ' 41 f Q fi , Z3 'gi '1 T W 3 1, 1 H ? 36 1 H 5 X 'ml'-K In F PGI l . PSTN!! ff for Assisted by Brenda Phillips - Ann Powers puts her campaign posters in the hall, Student Body Re-Elect. Veselka to Presidency I i isle Student Council election time is an exciting time around Taft High. The nominees for the four offices diligently campaign by placing posters in the halls and by presenting their platform to the student body. At an assembly program the candidates are formally nominated, followed by seconding speeches and an acceptance speech. The next day is election day. Nancy Tunnell votes for her choice for Student Council Officers. Mike Schmidt seconds the nomination of David Veselka for President of the Student Council. The candidates and their speakers wait backstage preceeding the assembly to deliver their nomination speeches. ,ff Seniors Honored The Seniors were honored with a , number of graduation parties, The Phillips gave a hobo super party for the senior girls. A group of Seniors and their dates were honored with a supper and dance at the Tunnell's house. An ice cream social honoring all of the f Senior Class members was given at the Methodist Church. And a western ' dance, with Al Dean, was held at the Circle N in Sinton. ABOVE: A group of girls that attended the hobo party at the Phillip 's home. 4 Mary Paterson, Lynn Morris, Jennifer Phillips, April Floerke, Patsy Organ, Kathy Griffin and Celeste Duprie enjoy the food at the Tunnell's party. Kenneth Morgan, Virginia Williams, and Betty Wilhite are in line to receive their ice cream at the Methodist Church. Jes-r ,. I lixvxi- 1' walk iv' Carolyn Greenwood, Mary Paterson, Linda Glasson, Lynn Morris, Sue Pressley, Betty Holley and other seniors enjoy the ice cream during the Methodist Church ice cream social. - if .l'JE.'- xrpvv.. i M ' 1, , ill lv' -' ' ' ' 1 r Mui A Go West Young T l W This year the Seniors took a short trip up to the Circle R Ranch in Medina, Texas. The day was filled with a variety of activi- W ties which ranged from playing pool, eat- ing, and swimming. The group arrives---tired from arising at a very early hour, but ready for fun. Two members of the class enjoy a friendly game of pool. Craig Guthrie tries to imitate Tarzan but seems to be more in pain than anything else. Betty Holley enjoys her western style lunch, ignoring the pests sitting beside her. Mr. Booher looks like a professional pool shark. Or is this a picture from the movie "The Hustler". and the Seniors Did G0 WEST 4 Y Q s ' 5 ,, ,, .f "f""P JP' Man - Go West - me I ii Senior Trip 1966 Some real South Texas cowboys look over the Corral: Pat Brezina, John Messer, David Waggoner, and Bill Smith. It looks like someone is being pushed toward the pool, THIS ISN'T FAIR---all of you and just me. Coach Halvorson is falling in with reluctancy, 'It seems he is taking Larry Maines, Kenneth Morgan, Gary Woodall and Ace Sutton with him. Juanita Cortez, Irma Escamilla, Lucille Rodriguez, Ida Morin, Delfina Flores, and Janie Padron have decided that it is much safer to stay over at the corral, 'M 'figngnn W K nut i , . F E. Q as ,, . r p g s : '1 was 4 V S - If . ' f 1 I , l ' Some of the underclassmen visit the English room to see the handy work of the English students. On display were pro- BATMAN Uohn Messerj and ROBIN fRay jects by each English Student Fordj are called in to get the graduation programs ready for the graduation cere- monies. The End of School Is a Bus These students will never, never forget Mr. Voss and Mr, Howard. This is the Bookkeeping Class trying to get through with their practice sets before the end of the semester. And who said Bookkeeping was a snap course. .ff -SJ 5 Jean Swanson, Max Schmidt and other students browse through the English pro- jects. ime for Students Ellen Sue Pressley and Linda Mai-ak have just completed their finals. But why so sad Sue. ????? '?? 'C L And we will never forget .N if the MQNSOON Season at Taft High when we thought it would never stop raining, ,M Kathy Griffin goes for the ' folders, ,553-. 532,559 ,, 3'-.3 YA FJ For the Seniors preparing for the Prom is a relatively simple matter. John Messer calls Donna Sue Miller for a date. He then has to decide on a corsage, and then arrives at Donna Sue's house right on time to take her to the biggest event of the year. 0 V7 Seniors Part in the Prom 2 iw, Get a Date - Have Fun in the Prom - For the Juniors, preparing for the Prom was a tedious matter. Everyone was given a job. Bobby Mitchell, Ricky West, Robert Hutto, Carol Rotzler and Billy Nance decorated the tables. Sher ry Bennett, Linda Tucker, David Veselka, George Pressley, Miss Cooper, and Carlton Marsh put the murals on the walls, ork - ork - x ix 'x Juniors Part I l 5- -:-. M 1-4 The Junlors Reveal The The Privateer's Club in Corpus Christi was beautifully decor- ated in an "Old South" theme. Music was provided by Ray Bar- rera's Band. Billy Nance, President of the Junior Class, gives the welcome, Johnny Wolfe signs in for the banquet, Irma Escarnilla and Eleazar Guajardo dance at the prom. Carol Rotzler and Dick Elwood read the Junior Class prophecy. l w k ' lf? 0? 1 'Ng L 1 ,1g,,k 11- ., 1 M W 'X vii lib ff , -n,i 0 'pffffg Work, Fun, Then X Graduation Day J Q . . Af ., 'Q 4 1 W1 I IX H! 1 ' a Q ' 1 I a + af fi! hh I U . x Lgllisl 1:41-' ! I L Graduation Da This is the time of memories And of looking forward, too, Wondering if the days ahead Will be happy ones for you. It may be better not to know Of all the hopes and fears That are waiting in the future. Mingling smiles with tears. But I can hope that you will be All ready to meet your fate. . . With heart as light as it is now. , On the day that you graduate, 1 if 4 59 X V .e. QS. f -fx 'sf v .. rv-5? S' xg l ' k""J'. - Q 5 fc , ' g i ,y V L, A 5 U J H, ' . ' 'P' ' I f lx W' A it D 1 1 , A Q ' JI ' 'T "Lf-iw' J V wr R - x - ff .I ' I. , -BS-in 1 ' 1' , , -'r I . New-N 'R it 'M Q41-:If ,L ' T' -419' YK .- ir , I -- .nr-,7,.,,. 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CLASS 10 Manuel Hernandez ., . .... 167 EGQB Jr. 11 George Pressley . ...,. 128 HB Jr. 14 Bobby Garza . , ,,,,w 135 HB Soph. 15 Ray Ford . 152 QB Sr. ' 24 Robert Sutton , ,... ,. 151 HB Sr. . 27 Mike Montgomery . .. .. 171 HB Sr. 34 Ronnie Kelly ,. ,. 150 FB Jr. 35 Larry Moines . . 153 FB Sr 44 Julio Garcia L.. ... 137 FB Soph. 45 Ed 'Risherl . . , 140 HB Sr. 50 Curl' Davis . . , .. 145 G Soph. 51' 54 Mike Shelburne 205 T Sr. 56 Billy Nance . 156 C Jr. 62 Bobby Moines . , . ,. 166 C Jr. 65 Craig Guthrie ,.,. ,.., . .. 170 G Sr. 66 Richard Galindo .,.,, ...... 1 V64 G 67 Johnny Tims .. .,... .. 1144 G . 69 Ernie Nolen .,,.,, ....... 1 67 G Sr. 72 Bonner Bivin ,,... . 170 T Jr. 74 Robert Hutto . . 154- T Jr. 75 James Larkey ....... . 160 T Jr 77 Bill Smith ......... ..w.,. 1 80 T Jr. 78 Albert Hernandez ,.,.,., ,..,. 1 90 T Sr 80 James Biggs ......... ,,..., 145 EGHB Sr. 81 Rifky West ...,.,.,... ...... 1 50 EFIHB Jr. 82 Allen Yeats ....,.,....... ..,.. 1 57 E Jr. 84 Jacky Tims' . ..,..,.. ...... 1 40 E Soph. 87 Manuel Hernandez ., ,,.,... 167 OBGE Jr. 88 Jerrv Webber ,...,. 150 FB Jr. 89 Rayburn Barboe ,..... ......, . ,. 138 E Sr. COACHES: Herb Sigle ancl Jim Sizemore ' COLORS: Green and White DRUM MAJOR: Betty Wilhite. TWIRLERS: Joyce Piester, Ellen Sue Pressley, Virginia Williams and Barbara Felkner. CHEERLEADERS: Donna Sue Miller, Linda Glasson, Laurel In ram Mar Paterson Laura Ann Ma oand Q r Y 1 y April Floerke. Q f REFEREESVSIGNIJLS 1 A it ' J J A + A 5 J J A J J' ' Pcrsanalfoul. X Clipping. lllegaluseof O Illegal posllion hand or arm. X r c lur . i 1 .... , O.-1 iiii R . l .1 , . E-,cg X if ,. fi uheiixdiixgll O f O N CN-gf - -D l y ig 1',-.,Q,,1- "' J i -A lnlur 5 lnle-nllonal WN v U Q wmv' - I growling. V W' H X E I V My X 4..,,i, Crawling. ' 1 ws. . M flax 1 jf. .lt .... ll ""i ' U rl. 'Wt i , 1 xt ' M ' N i. 'X ' C-raspiflg M H ir Oflsnlcior vrolahon 1 lllegal malsong Unsporlsmanlille conduct.ADeluy start -1 lace mask. I: lflr l 'll g l h'f la hl l fh If lllg lg 'Ap ' R gh' glh lflm lllg ll clp l Girl, team, fun, friends u- all go better refreshed. Coca-Cola, next r l fer, gives that special zing . . . refreshes best. b etter WVlt h 5. ,aiu X Y' i ,iz 3 "HM i V? , S., , e I i i .. 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Q 1 iiiegniry kicking of S I D L boiling a loose bull, X ruining, helping N, 'X Fm' dawn' runner or Boil E5 dead. Clark slurls. incomplete forward pass, 5 imcrlozkr-ri innfrfemncg-, Tourhdown cr Fc' fm-fhbuck, Bull ready Penalty declined. No play FOUL SIGNALS Held goal. hc-G siriewisc. Ollicinls lime oul. Safely. for play. or no score. . Hound B-Team Taft Is Nam ol Fir Team of the Week' By- RAY COLLINS ' Caller-Times Sports Staff TAFT'- A tremendous effort put forth by a patchwork foot- ball team provided Taft with a 22-0 victory over Gregory-Port- land Friday night and made the Greyhounds , the Caller-Times first "Team of the Week" of the 1965 season. Prior to Friday night Coach Herb Sigle probably had his doubts if head coaching 'was really worth it. It is doubtful that anyone has had more trou- bles than Sigie did before mak- ing his initial start as a head many ' Three returning lettermen suf- fered injuries before fall work- outs began, then four boys - two of which were regulars ,- quit the team, for awhi e anoth- er was forced to quit because of an injllry, one missed all of the pre-season drills and sel- dom did Sigle have his full teamlon hand for the two-a-day practice sessions. . hree' Regulars Hurt And Frid-ay night, his team went on the field with three regulars still out due to injuries halfback Mike Mont ome 'f . g rya with a shoulder separation which will keep him out for at least another week, and guards Craig Guthrie and Curt Davis, both with broken hands. Guthrie is due to miss six weeks and Davis will be out for a monthj However, you'd have a hard time convincing Gregory - -Port- land that all was not as it might have been for the Greyhounds. Sigle, basking in the glory of his first personal triumph but with a wary eye cast toward this week's foe - Bishop, ad- mitted he was "surprised with their effort, with their condition and their attitude . 1. . because we had been unable to do that much work." ' He also said, "we got some good breaks the other night, but the kids got after it real fine. Now I hope we can start try- ing to learn some football since we've got them all together. We had togrush last week trying to learn how to cover punts, kick- offs and trying to get ready for a ball club and we didn't get it all covered." The offensive unit was made up of ,Rayburn Barbee 11423 and Allen Yeats 11653 at ends: Mike Shelburne 12053 and Bonner B1- Tims 11443 and Ernie No 11663 at guards, Bobby Mai 11663 at center: Ray Ford 11 at quarterbackg Ed Risher 11 and Robert 1Ace3 Sutton 11 at halfbacks and Larry Mai 11503 at fullback: Haliback George, Press? 11283, center Billy Nance, 11563 and fallback Ronnie ly 11503 also filled in capa on offense and Jerry -We 11503 drew praise for his pu ing in Friday night's game. Sig1e's defensive alignm found Manuel Hernandez 11 and Yeats at ends: Nolen a Biven at tackles and Rob Hutto 11543 at middle gu the Maines brothers at inte linebackersg Sutton and Ris at the cornerbacks and Ja Biggs 11603 and Ricky W 11553 at the halfbacks. 'Hernandez Substitutes Albert Hernandez 11 spelled Hutto at middle gu "when things got sticky," wh wasn't oftenas the Greyhou limited Gregory - Portland only four first downs and o 93 yards total offense. Assistant coach Jim Si more also came in for a pat the back for his work with ven 11653 at tackles,VJohnny def ns, e 0 dary we '- ---Aff -----' ------ e iv sec n . " w real concerned with our p defense but Coach Sizemore . a real fine job of getting in shape and I think right n 4 we probably have one of t ' best pass defenses around. A: I'm ,sure we'l1 be tested on thi some night," Sigle related. Winning' as a head coa gives you "a different kind feeling," Sigle disclosed, a added, "I- ought, to resign rigj now .. . andl probably wou, but I want to see these ki through. "I think we'l1 find out w they're 1the team3 really m of this week . against Bish We'l1 find out if our kids really play football and, pf sonally, I think they can. If ' should beat them I believe wg be on our way," Sigle conclu looking ahead. TOP ROW: JGarcia, R Barbee, M Schmidt, S Pullin, ITirns, O Ga1ir1dO- SECOND ROW: S Cortez, R Eubara, O Rocho, R Rodriguez, I Gomez, R Lopez. BOTTOM ROW: Rl-linojosa, R Rosales, D Rodriguez, I Tims, C Davis, A lv2cLendon. 4 49745 . v, 54" A -"-fin" 1 25 q ' i - , 1 A ' - Q I mfg , 1 - V , k 1 X ' f- -QI ij f , , ,A I' i .535 f 1 ,Q '97 A ., "fix , " Qv -' vs, b Q 1 r M 'ga V 65 1 Qfwvf J 1. 'iid ',.. . ,.,, I. . , eg,- . Aw f ,Q ' .1 . "- ' in . 1 . ' , Lx ,X A - 4:-' Q. - , . Q 'mx 'gf -V T, . 1 1 1 , Eu ,sr I . il wk-'java a,.-., ' ..,i,. '. fn! X Y ,ff N, J' ' MWF.-K' ' A A, X ,.,,.. f f S . ', 'E gg.:-A fx. Qi. Nr' NP 1 , f ff! 'Wx -L, Qyford Nips raft, 12-7 TAFT fSpj - The Lyford ulidogs defeated Taftfs Grey- unds 12-7 here Friday night th a pounding ground game. Taft, of' District 29-2A, scored touchdown in the first quar- r after' a Lyford fumble on e Bui1r1og's nine. Halfback rry Maines went over from e yard out, and Jerry Web- r kicked the extra point. n the second quarter, Ly-' rd, from District 32-2A, came 'ck with a 60 - yardldrive that ded with fullback Tommy hmidt going over from the e. Schmidt's try for two ex- 'a points failed. , Lyford scored again in the iird quarter on a 27 - yard iss from Everado Bernal to lfback Ronnie Milton who ught the ball in the end zone. ft again stopped Schmidt on attempt for two points. The fourth quarter was score- ss. Lyford controlled the ball ost of the game, driving into e line and picking up first wn after first down. Lyford rew only five passes, com- eting three. 7.,.. l.,.,.., gf, . A t, 7. 5. I S ,.- .-. Y . 1 . ,Ab 67 Robert "Ace" Sutton f24j sweeps around end as Larry Maines f35j throws that all important block. X, ll ' '.ffl4 I 5 -n . From the expression on the bands faces you can tell the Hounds have scored. Taft I 7 Lyford 1 I'3IlSE:lS HSS ipped by Taft SPECIAL TO EXPRESS-NEWS ARANSAS PASS-The Aran- sas Pass Panthers were knocked out of the undefeated class here Friday night, losing a tough de- fensive battle to the Taft Grey- hounds, 7-6, , It left the Panthers with a I3-1 mark and boosted the Grey- 'hounds to a 2-2 record. i Aransas Pass scored in the final minutes of the first period when halfback Slidell Harvey rammed over from the three. But the try for extra point from placement fizzled. Late in the fourth period, Taft came up with the winning com- bination when halfback Ricky West intercepted a pass tossed lu- Taft - 7 Aransas Pass - 6 by Panther quarterback Marcel Callender and sc-ooted 55 yards for the tally. Jerry Webber then booted the winning extra point. Taft recovered a Panther fum- ble on the Aransas Pass six, but- failed to score in four plays for the only other threat of the night. 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The student body enthusiasticly supported the Greyhounds as they won seven out of eight district games and became the representative Co-Champs of the district. The climax of the season came when the Hounds met the Pirates of Aransas County in Gregory -Portland to compete for the title of Bi-Dis- ttict Champs. The game ended with the Pirates winning 53-44 and a trip to the Regional Tour- ney. Greyhounds Advance to Bi-District Play-Offs BACK ROW: Joe Davis, Stephen Abrahams, Steve Pullin, Ricky West and Mike Montgomery. FRONT ROW: Ray Ford, George Pressley, and Ronnie Kelley. 78 .1.'Af"z, Q W"-i':"'5!'53'9h 16" 311- 11, , "'- --' V1 1 1 4 1 1I, I 1 1 L1 11 I H11 1 1 ,,,,,q,1,L.g,.,1.11qm , 111.11-111Af-'31U'Quif. .','g"g: f ' 1 I1 1 1 1 ' 11"5g,1., . 1 F 1+ 1q. lt, 1 QP ,f 111 11 1f ,x T531 V W 2111 W 1 2'1 5 ' 'H 1112 ' East A 1 , was ,1. 1 fall 45 -11: XF if ... S ' 2 ,. f, . I fX ,. ' QL .ff 31.13.555-'U' I X , es! :ii .Tyr W: ' V. 1 . 5- H .. v.g,.,. A 9' 'Q 'MF V. 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W VFZ- a ' ,-M., x Lf ,X 5 " !:P1"'-'IF 1 f F Q D , - I I' V ' M" ' W 1 11 B-Team Posts 16-1 Record Results 1 TAFT OPPONENTS 33 Rockport 25 38 Rockport 18 48 Ingleside 28 47 Benavides 33 28 Robsrown 25 52 Benavides 35 30 King! Corpus 29 54 Ingleside 21 15 7 King! Corpus 46 68 San Diego 48 59 Aransas Pass 24 51 San Diego 31 47 Sinton 28 40 Robstown 33 52 Refugio 34 43 Sinron 36 35 Refugio 34 r , BACK RCW: Lester Rhodes, Robert Hutto, Dick Elwood, David Veselka and Jackie Tirns. FRONT ROW: Larry Ewald, Bobby Maines, Johnny Tirns, Jerry Webber and Alfonso Guajardo, Results Ninth Grade Pups Compiles 241-1 Record 2fl1E1iE y A f 53 Rockport 7 36 Aransas Pass 36 Aransas Pass 56 Tuloso 58 Kingsville Memorial 59 Alice Memorial 34 Kingsville Gillett 57 Sinton 60 Alice Dubose 40 Tuloso 61 Kingsville Memorial 45 Kingsville Gillert 45 Sinton 57 Beeville 78 Robstown 51 Robstown 56 Beeville 51 Kingsville Memorial 45 Alice Memorial STANDING: Kenneth Hutto, Jimmy Miller, Ray Gabrysch, Danny Beyer, Frank 57 Gre5ory'POmand Davis and Bobby Nance. SEATED: Ronnie Hoemann, Tony Floerke, Emejildo 57 West O50 Martinez, Cleveland Fennel, Jimmy Hisey, Gary Moody and Bubba West. 61 Flfmf Bluff i 4 47 Krngsville Gillett 3 43 Sinton E 74 Alice Dubose 4 84 44 Tulos E Girls Tie for Second in District Although the girls basketball team did Q rot have an outstanding record of victories I Q they did improve over the past. Due to much practice and hard work the girls managed to defeat Mathis and ended the season tied for second place in the district standings. Rosa Lee Sanders and Nelda Biggs were chosen as members of the district 29-AA All-District team. lr ,I .s!1?Wf'5'f if , gm. -pl .., 'f 45-5 .,,, F. a P Q A C' TOP ROW: Linda Mae Atkinson, Karen Randolph, Phyllis Boyd, Anna Hunt, Janie Padron, Ida Morin, Rosa Lee Sanders and Nelda Biggs. BOTTOM ROW: Susan Poenisch, Rena Coates, Gloria Casas, Esmeralda Yglesias, Margie Besinaiz, Irma Escamilla, and Carol Rorzler. 85 Golf The Taft High Golf Team placed second in the District 29-AA meet in Sinton and placed sixth in the Regional meet at Kingsville, Team members are: David Veselka, Dick Elwood, Billy Nance and Curt Davis. The team is coached by Mr. I. W. Booher. Qg Q Volleyball STANDING: Esther Gonzalez, Alma Garcia, Ruth Harrison, Anna Hunt, Rosa Lee Sanders, Phyllis Boyd and 'Karen Randolph. KNEELING: Raye Ann Bayless, Brenda Tims, Carolyn Wendel, Irma Jefferson and Betty Laws. Baseball Returns to Taft High After an absence of over six years, baseball returned A, to the sports front at Taft High School. if 1 Under Coach McMillian the young team played some very thrilling games. Although the Hounds were not in the top of the standings they did gain valuable experi- ence for next year, One of the highlights of the season was the brilliant pitching of Albert Hernandez who had a no-hitter to his credit during non-district play. Chosen to the All-District team was Ricky West, a junior, Bobby Maines and Ronnie Kelley practice. SMC 9 Q 3 1 . Jac. -U BACK ROW: Manuel Hernandez, Bobby Mitchell, Richard Galindo, Steve Pullin. THIRD ROW: Luis Galindo, Johnny Tims, Albert Hernandez, Bobby Maines. SECOND ROW: Rudy Hinojosa, Arnaldo Cruz, Santiago Rod- riguez, Tommy Tucker, Ricky West. FIRST ROW: Jerry Webber, 87 .-. SUMMARIES Shot outf1. Pat Bomba, Golladi 2. Erroll Roblnson, Gollad: 3. Jerry Weber, Taft: 4. Lee Sacha, Slntan: 5. Edward Martlnez, Refuglo: 6. Ronnle Sanders, Slnton. Distance-49-1 lNew record-old gfgggrd of 47-IDSA by' Jerry Ermls, Sinton, High lumcp-Tle for first among Erroll Roblnson, oliad: George Pressley, Taft, and W. T. Glpson, Retuglo iPressley and Glpson qualify for reglonall: 4. Ronnie Morrls, Gollad: 5. Joel Davls, Taft: Tle tor 6th among Lawrence Green, Retuglo: Jlmmy Thames, Slnton, and Davld Mor- rls, Gollad. Height-5-8. Broad lump-1. Ronnle Marrls, Gollad: 2. W.'T. Glpson, Refuglo: 3. James Biggs, Taft: 4. Tommy Green, Slnton: 5. Edwin Perry, Gollad: 6. Wlllle Wllllams, Gallod. Distance-21-6 tNew record-old record of 20-7'!z by Tommy Green, Sinton, 19651. Pole vault-1. Rabble Wright, Sinton: 2. Robert Sutton, Taft: 3. James Biggs, Taft: 4. Davld Hlll, Gollad: 5. Larry Malnes, Taft. i0nly places awardedl. Height-11-6 tNew record-old record of 10-6 by James Biggs, Taft, 19657. Dlscus-1. Pat Bomba, Goliad: 2. Ed- ward Martlnez, Refuglo: 3. Jerry Weber, Taft: 4. 'Harold Koch, Refuglo: 5. Wlllle Wllliams, Gollad: 6. Doyle Oelschegel, M thl Dl 128-9. a s, stance- 440-yard relay-1. Gollad iEdwIn Perry, Bobby Jacob, Ronnle Morrls, Andy Koe- nlgti, 2.' Refugla: 3. Slnton: i0nly three places awarded: Taft flnlshed second but was dlsgualltled for passing out of zonet. Tlmktl .5. B80-yard run-1. Gerry Rivera, Mathls: 2. Mlchael Green, Refuglo: 3. 'Allan Chopelas, Mathls: 4. Randy Peacock, Ga- llad: 5. Rayburn Barbee, Taft: 6. James Lott, Gollad. Tlme-2:05.7 tNew record- old record of 2:03.2 by Allen Myers, Go- llad, 19651. 120-yard hlgh hurdles-1. James Biggs, Taft: 2. Errall Robinson, Gollad: 3. Charles Land, Slnton: 4. Roger Johnson, Gollad: 5. W. T.'Glpson, Refuglo: 6. Stanley Schllllngs, Mathls. Tlme-14.1 fNeyl96gpcord-ol record of.14.5 by Biggs n . 100-yard dash-1. Tommy Green, Sinton: 2. Lawrence Green, Refuglo: 3. Brooks Mclver. Sinton: 4. Edwin Perry, Golladi 5. Jullo Garcla, Tatt: 6. Allan Heard, Retuglo. Tlme-9.6 iNew record-old rec- ord ot 9.7 l:yosGreen ln 1965.l.' 440-yard h-1. Dennls Duhart, Sln- ton: 2. Mlke Montgomery, Taft: 3. Bobby Jacob, Gollad: 4. Willie Williams, Go- Ilad: 5. Howard Strldde, Mathls: 6. Rus- sell Boates, Retuglo. Time4-51.9. 180-yard low hurdles-1. James Biggs, Tattt 2. ,Robert Sutton, Taft: 3 Jlm Rack- ley, Mathis: 4. Erroll Robinson, Gollad: 5. Ronnle.Morrls, Gollad: i0nly Places awardedt. Time-19.4 iNew record-old record of 20.1 by Biggs In 19651. 220-yard dash-1. Lawrence Green, Re- fuglo: 2. .Andy Koenig, Gollad: 3. Jullo Garcia, Taft: 4. Tommy Green, Slnlon: 5. Jlm Rackley, Mathis: 6. Brooks Mclver, Sinton. Tlme-23.2. Mlle run-1. Gilbert Gomez, Sinton: 2. Bobby Gonzalez, Mathis: 3. Adolfo Rl- vera, Mathis: 4. Bobby Ramirez, Refuglo: 5. Larry Malnes, Taft: 6. Pete Arroyo, Sinton. Tlme -4:50.3. Mile YGIGY-1. Slnton lwllllam Goynes, Jerry Wllson, John Pleasant, Dennis Du- hartt 2. Taft: 3. Mathis: 4. Gollad: :Only places awardedl. Time -3:36.3. Team totals-Gollad, 132 l-3: Taft, 108: Slnton, 99Va: Refu-glo, BOVJ: Mathis, 54, Junlor dlvlslon- aft, 185: Sinton, 176: Mathis, 54: Refuglo, 27: Gollad, 20. -. l , V 12 , Hounds Win Third in Regional Fate stepped in and dealt defending champion Sinton two killing blows and the Pirates relinquished their crown to Goliad in the transplanted District 29-AA track and field meet. The meet was originally scheduled to be held at Refugio but a steady downpour two hours before the preliminaries were to begin forced the five teams to pack up and move the meet to Gregory-Port1and's new all-weather Grasstex track. Goliad accumulated 132 points to win the title while Taft - led by versatile James Biggs - was grabbing second place with 108 and Sinton was third with 99. Heavy rain, blown by a strong, chill wind, didn't dampen the spirit of the per- formances. Taft actually finished second in the sprint relay but was disqualified for passing the baton out of zone on the last handoff, Biggs, a State's Best hurdler, turned in two record breaking performances and was the outstanding performer of the meet as he scored 36 points. Taft and Sinton staged quite a duel for team honors in the Junior Division with Taft emerging a nine-point victor, 185 to 176. Palacios took the Regional 4-2A track and field championship with Gregory- Portland second, and Taft and La Joya tied for Third, Qualifying for State was Biggs who set new hurdle records in both the district and regional meets. At the State Meet Biggs turned in the best times in all classes to win both low and high hurdles. 88 lf, E g X L 1 W WT.-ij 1- if 1113 B f- +L , it W s Q fc '. ,' .' x ..n w W .iv x X Q x Q n '- ' MX 'N' A. 1 s H. I 1 A 25" 'va' 'V' wx Q ,K 440 YARD RELAY TEAM Julio Garcia Robert Sutton Mike Montgomery Ricky West LEFT: James Biggs takes the last hurdle in the Regional Meet to set a new meet record RIGHT: Ricky West and Julio Garcia practicing. ' 4 1 D +"'Nn lv' 'E rs" 'F if ' fl J ' S . I .-. V A 44 7 ' l . n ' l 5 'T .. l lj 4' Ig V V 3 fl , .. ll 5 H V H l ill! 'MJ- 1. l . 'N . ,kill-Ii' fi" ,AlJ:ivJQE,H i,4 1 Bigg 1 ins Blu R'b ns. At State eet 9l James Biggs accomplished something last Friday night that f e w tracksters ever do and something that no one from Taft High School has ever done. He won two first place' ribbons in the State Track Meet. Biggs turned in a time of 14.3 in the high hurdles, which was the 'best time in any of the divisions of the state meet. In the- low hurdles he had a time of 19.3, which was the second best' time turned in at the meet tied the AA record of the and best time. In winning a first place med- al at the state meet Biggs joins a very select group of Taft ath- letics who have Won this honor. Taf't's first blue ribbon winner in state competition was quite a few years ago whom Mrs. M. E. Decherd lWille1la Boy- Rinl Won first place in tennis. Mrs. Decherd stood alone until a few years ago when Donald Paterson won the pole vault event. A number of Taft ath- letes have gone to the state meet over the years but only these three have Wonqfirst place ribbons. Biggs' ability on the hurdles is receiving recognition this week from Southwest Confer- ence schools. At least two rep- resentatives of these confer- ence schools are due to inter- view him this week with pos- sible scholarship offers. 4.3, .w,. Ll Ii? lf 3 v1 P. - N-,, I ,fv 1225 E "ai: "fix, fg : Ab , ' .cifrvt .fi - V -. H.-V .Al .75 , C'.-u1,j1g,.-cv,-ti A -'. , V My ::n. . f1f,"s ",'?J ,Ii 5 ' ' . -,K - . -' .- ..x- ' ff- ,f'.'4-If ,Ft if 'F A L - ff rf' 1 . " .I 7' -fjL,'gl"1',C' -1' ,Q 7 I - - .- Y ,,:4v .J 1 1 ., 1.1: .-- 41 ,, .z ,,, , - 5 .1 ,r 1 51 Y . , V 'Z x, isffiiil, "s 4. ' 'ir' A 1 ' grqa-224. 9' " . .Q . M. , . , 'E' A " ""fR:'52QL "Nr .-,- . an ,- ..,. 'fr ' .1 -ox 1 I w, A-' -- -,, ' "fy, ' 4?-W "' -Sw jf' ' W, 5 , ' M " KZ! .L J A" 3 1 K fi Y 9' QW RX . W!! 6 f Q-. 1. ff .-9 Xvtee'-1' f af" " , 1 T- pwnvvw STANDING: Betty Holley, Joaquin Sandoval, April Floerke, Billy Nance, Olga Perales and Mary Guerrero. SEATEDg Larry Ewald, Linda Glasson - Vice-President, David Veselka - President, Petra Puentes - Recording Secretary and Carla Rosson - Corresponding Secretary. tudent Council orks for Improvements f' lu-Ai vr, -A The Student Council and their sponsor, Mr. McAllister pre- sented the "Court of Colors Coronation" in which the favorites were presented. Four delegates were sent to the State Conven- tion in Hurst, Texas where they learned new ideas for a more effective Student Council. To raise money the council sold licenses which permitted students to wear bermuda shorts to school for one day. The council was also in charge of all of the Homecoming activities and the Honor's and Awards Assem b The Council is a member of: Central Gulf Coast Association cils. Carla Rosson and Dru Rosson fold the flag after school. i 94 ,- Texas Association and the National Association of Student Coun- L-A GH BACK ROW: James Biggs, April Floerke, Linda Glasson and Donna Sue Miller. SEATED: Brenda Phillips, Betty Holley, Betty Wilhite, Rosa Lee Sanders, Jennifer Phillips and Virginia Williams. ational Honor Society Accepts Top Students Members of the National Honor Society are re- quired to have an average of at least 85. They are X f selected on the basis of character, scholarship, leader- N f ship and service. ' ,,.... This is one of the highest honors attainable by 2 high School students. Z i NATIONAL ' HONOR SOCJETY X si . 'i 'E 1' 1 y A Z S 95 sl l - l Ti l Quill 85 Scroll Society is an Inter- national organization for high school A-LQLLXJ, 1 journalist, Membership is granted to high school nu .4-Q," ' .-L ff f I gi 7515, i v 'f'QzSEK, . 5831? O - fel INTERNATIONAL HONORAKY SOCIETY FOR HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISTS journalists in recognition of their work in scholastic journalism and school pub- lications. High standards are rigidly maintained, making membership a coveted honor for the individual student. Mama Qmff uill Sz Scroll Society STANDING: Laurel Ingram, Betty Holley, Lynn Morris, Jennifer Phillips and Irene Doughty. SEATEDg Carol Kolb, Linda Dillon, Ellen Sue Pressley and Craig Guthrie. xv Q15 96 .2 .Y R i if-fl' ti E . ' e- '.-ii-:Pg iv' ' ?' . a Tr :g',,-4, ' .. ,, 'ww ,' - 3- rl ,.!,'l1u fw,.,.1r ' E." --.f' 'V' J- ry N ' .5 'f"'sl -A- - -. .- , 1 Q 4 . 'Nt tg, 5. . I I se 1 J ' lflll s--9 .L .fl S ,ff r . -. , Q flwfwggpp de 135 l'9d 'CLW it E3 A ! 1 STANDING: Jennifer Phillips, John Messer, Rosa Lee Sanders and Linda Mae Atkinson. SEATED: Linda Dillon, Craig Guthrie and Ruth Harrison. Missing: Ray Ford, Randal Koonce and Mike Montgomery, Howl of the Hounds Awarded "International First Place Award" I U The Editor, Craig Guthrie and the Assistant Editor, Linda Dillon, get an issue of the paper ready for press. For Outstanding work done on the School News- paper, "The Howl of the Hounds", received the coveted International First Place Award, presented by Quill 85 Scroll Society: a Certificate of Merit by the Texas High School Press Association and a Cer- tificate of Achievement from the University Inter- scholastic League Press Conference. The staff provided interesting editorials, informa tion, informative features and complete news and sports coverage, i gj "I mln'-1rn1n7mm"ll-'-4lw-'r Wm im" 'Elm ' , Hui, HE.: n I 7 !. v'1MLE:L,'n W H r.x.yIIP!lII" Vllllll -,,l'l,..lL1-!'.. 1-, 1' my-,yr-"' 4. mu vim N' m A . fu X ul V7 K , I 1 H :in I WH. - 'er Sr ja ' fx tr.1,w.:'t.'g" resign: STANDING: Irene Doughty, Clubs Editor, Randal Koonce, Sports Editor, Betty Holley, Activity Editor. SEATED: Ellen Sue Pressley, Editor in Chiefg Laurel Ingram, Business Manager, Lynn Morris, Favorites Editor, Annual Wins All-Texas Award .,: STANDING: Nancy Bray, Irma Escamilla, Rosalinda Garcia, Sherry Bennett. SEATED: Carlton Marsh, Carol Kolb fCopy Editorj and Kurt Wilson. 98 . ,...,. , . t' X - Cl? 2.7 till -. Q Membership on the Annual Staff is by in- vitation only, Each member has a job to do and a deadline to meet. Along with the hard work comes the fun of learning to take and develope pictures, planning layouts, and preparir the copy writing, SEATED: Irene Doughty, Juanita Cortez, Carolyn Greenwood, and Alvino Carrillio. STANDING: Anita Galindo Irma Escamilla, Mary Figueroa, Janie Padron, Margot Masquifelt, and Rosalinda Garcia fPresidentj. .0.E. Students Are Office orkers of Tomorrow The Vocational Office Education program allows the students to learn how to operate various types of office machinery. In addition to this they gain actual experience in office work by working in a downtown business establishment during the afternoon. The V, O, E, class covers every phase of office work and before a SILI- dent is given credit for the course they must have completed a year's work in an office and pass the Civil Service Test. Irma Escamilla doing her work on the posting machine 99 Y-' if I -I . The Future Farmers of America helps to prepare bo for the various opportunities available in the field of agriculture. The boys have access to a farm and they raise animals for the county show. Several groups are sent to various judging contests throughout the year. Three of the judging teams for 1966 competed at the State Contest during May at Texas A 85 M. Future F armer's Participate in State E lib A it I These boys all competed ingsome of the contest held for F, F. A, boys. FIRST ROW: Gary Woodall, Kenneth Gatz, Tommy Tucker, Kenny Mutchler, Juan Morin, Melvin Ramos, Roel Hernandez. SECOND ROW: John Messer, Raburn Barbee, Pat Brezina fPresidentj, Irene Doughty fSweetheartj, Mike Shelburne, Robert Hutto, Ricky West, Mr. Kasper fSponsorj. THIRD ROW: Mac Hunt, Mark Schmidt, Dan- ny Beyer,' Kenneth Hutto, Bill Smith, Tommy Wray, Max Schmidt, Ernie Syma. FOURTH ROW: Allen Morris, Larry Haley, Allen Jones, Bonner Bivin, Parr Rosson, Rocky Barbee, Kenneth Poenisch, Charles Hill. FIFTH ROW: Billy Peterson, Billy McC1anahan, Mike Mires, Steven Abrahams, Juan Medina, and George Pressley. jf. Ulu! H, Ulf ,T - '- 1 , 'T - j' . - ' 'U ' T 'V r. l il .ill ,A ia Y Y 741- i' ' v' g :Ir SEATED: Carol Kolb, Virginia Williams, Esmeralda Yglesias, Lucille Rodriguez, SECOND ROW: Carla Rosson Diana Mc- Clanahan, Angelina Villarreal, Patsy Reyes, Carmen Olivo, Mattie Lee Sturgeon, Anna Gonzales, and Delfina Flores. THIRD ROW: Lynn Owen, Brenda Phillips, Carol Rotzler, Rosa Lee Sanders, Joan Cross and Ida Morin, F.I-I.A. s Very Active The Modern Misses F, H, A, Chapter is always busy. Before the school year began, the club began a membership drive by having a beach party and inviting girls who might be interested in joining the club, Most of the members won ribbons at the county fair. The President, Rosa Lee Sanders, was crowned Show Queen of the fair. Two delegates, Diana McClanahan and Joan Cross were sent to the State Convention in Dallas. This is a club for girls who wish to work, learn, and have a lot of fun. President Rosa Lee Sanders IOI : HH avian .L, l liio' l..l L.. -, .LW U . H A E Sli' 'sir g"JF1'iFJ.'i'H -J' -ififi-ijififxf + ff .uw , . ' l 1 N G reyhoun TAF T 'Yamila my no Regain.-:'T:m:m M--. v 5 Q.- ,Q 51 -, , ,b,..... -41-Q 'fglAninlniqini-Lu aku ,nn Q, 4 gm QLAU 'nv .-. ' -, -N 2 AV,.k , 'Lg 9. u.- ,,.1 'f-5, ' Fi ::'z55'f1f -v- -,X A E 1: V. LA., 1, 14 :and .ny , V- 'I 1 MI .,.... . .ii Y Q Q 4... ... . . .Y :L J. , V,,,,,.,..:1: A.. M.. . . - I. , ,, .M U - A, H r Q 1' , A Q1-1 Y jj W,-H ' .e -,mi ' -'wt'-'M ' ""' """ -'1gikmu,'..-41-.4.,.-,-..p, , vpn, ' "' ' f. 4 fs-5.1, - ,.'-1-.,... -J 41-' ' A Trades STANDING: Joe Davis Kenneth Morgan Robert Sutton Richard Lucas Ernie Nolen SEATED: Johnny Heinema Oscar Orta Albert Gomez Ronnie Randolph STANDING: Billy Besinaiz Luis Guerra Raymond Garcia Thomas Gonzale Isaac Gomez SEATED: Martin Garcia Joe Gaitan Sammy Cortez Henry Montemay Vo QC: Electrical Trades is one of the courses available in our voca- tional plan. One of the main purposes of this organization is to teach the skills of this specialized field to those who do not plan to attend college. These students learn the high standards of trade ethics and safety. I04 Science Club Sponsors Science Fair The purpose of the Science Club is to direct the stu- dent's energy and enthusisam for science so that they may recognize and realize their potential for contributing to their future in science. The main project was sponsor- ing the Science Fair. The Science Club is affiliated with the Science Clubs of America, Susan Poenisch -and Rena Coates are heating chemicals over a bunson burner. STANDING: Pat Downey, Kurt Wilson, Larry Duprie fPresidentj and Steve Pulling. SEATED: Lynn Morris, Jenni- fer Phillips and Ann Powers. n nfl N . 'ri' .A is if , '3 ,. -,sslvut si- X .Nr-, - -V 1 T. 4 . ' 1 1' . ' . Q ii, . 'N , , li , , , 1 I . ' 4-. l H ' 4. TOP: Lydia Welch, Carolyn Greenwood, Jo Ford, Linda Welch, Rosa Sanders, Carol Rotzler, Helen Blackwell, Celeste Duprie, Jean Swanson. THIRD ROW: Rosalinda Garcia, Belia Gonzales, Rita Rios, Alma Jamie, Sylvia Trevino, Adelia Villalobos, Ann Gonzales, Marilyn Lefridge, Alma Garcia, Mattie Sturgeon, SECOND ROW: Irma Escamilla, Rosalinda Garcia, Helena Villarreal, Enedelia Gonzales, Thersa Montez, Mary Naraez, Eva Sandoval, Gloria Casas, Margot Masquifelt, FRONT ROW: Diana McC1anahan, Agapita Lopez, Delfina Flores, Ida Morin, Viola Maldonado, Sylvia Cortez, Olga Perales, and Isabel Govea, Pep Squad Promotes School Spirit l I 1 E School spirit is a vague term, difficult to define and sometimes more difficult to arouse. The Pep Squad members provide much of the noise and en- thusiasm at the games and attempt to promote school , spirit at pep rallies. IO6 t, F Los Tejanos Sends Delegates Pan American Student Forum Membership in the Los Te janos Club is open to any first, second or third year Spanish student who is interested in the Spanish language and Latin American culture, Los Te janos sent delegates to the State Convention in Austin in March, Money making projects for Los Tejanos included: selling Grey- hound key chains and sale of cookies and cake between classes. April Floerke and Jean Swanson sell cookies to raise money for the club. 13"-P--I w. . '4"'Q .... Q t. 1 , . H'.,,fi,r - 1 ' -V s is Cano 'C7 C? FRONT: Petra Puentes, April Floerke QPresidentj, Jean Swanson BACK: Joaquin Sandoval, Lee White, Patsy Organ and Imelda Ramos IO7 rt Students Work Displayed in Capitol The Art Class, which is taught by Mrs, Thomas, has much to offer to the students who are interested. The student's work has exhibited in the State Capitol, in local and area Art Shows, and in our own Gym during "Public School Week. " Hard work and ability were evident in these displays. Billy Besinaiz, Joaquin Sandoval, and James Biggs getting some of their work ready to hang. 4 Mrs. Thomas helps Joaquin Sandoval, James Biggs, and Ann Powers to put the finishing touches on some of their work. Andrew McClenden and Ann Powers preparing their work to be displayed as Mrs. Thomas supervises. Mike Shelburne and Larry Maines working on their paintings during class. -49? P 4 iifsx 4?-Alanine f of at-,'1.."a,. 1, f J sggy . . ' 7"'1??:iraif S--fttw 'if 'YI' ' f-'sf ' .S-A me-. H , 'ire .-.Ind ,, it - rv 'fh- IO8 Drama Class Participates in .I.L. Meet The Drama Class meets at 7:30 in the morning at the Theater-in-the-Round. Among their productions were: "The Glass Menagerie" and the one act play which was presented at the Goliad Literary Meet. RIGHT: Randal Koonce displays his acting abilities during "The Glass Menagerie" STANDING: Micky Travis, Henry Sanchez, Johnny Cruz, Jeff Evans and Earl Moore. SEATEDg Nancy Bray, Jean Swanson, Betty Wilhite, Jennifer Phillips and Larry Duprie. ,f . V f V Y fl 519 , , Q, , . L. -M., :AH , v ' my ' , I 51 I xx ,Y ., J, , v A. N - Q., 1 - , A-S rv-1 T ,. Y. I f I kin ,. I E K5 ' 4 VVho's Who r I-ri, fm 11 A.. X W K Luv -,1:". Wa. uk :'f .?,. . Y it fi ,, A ' 'I a- ,N u 3! ' 1 . W .1 w A 1 U N I 4 K4 I in na Qi: ' If 5 A ,i l I 'ya' iff. '35, We ' H8811 Ellen Sue Pressley -,,. 2-1-'nffe R, 'gs- Six Girls Chosen for Wh0's Who April Floerke Linda Glasson SPANISH CLUB PRESlDENT-- STUDENT COUNCIL VICE-PRESIDENTU Cheerleader ..... Band .... Student Council .... Out- National Honor Society .... Future Homernakers of standing Senior Girl .... National Honor Society .... America .... Science Club .... Spanish Club .... Valedictorian. . . . Science Club Cheerleader .... Quill 85 Scroll Society .... Annual Staff. . . . Band Donna Sue Miller GREYHOUND HEAD CHEERLEADER-- Spanish Club .... Band .... Band Council. . . . National Honor Society .... Salutatorian Betty Holley JOHN PHILIP SOUSA AWARD WINNER-- Quill and Scroll Society .... National Honor Society . . . . Band. . . . Student Council. . . . Future Home- makers of America .... D, A, R, Award .... Annual Staff .... Outstanding Underclassman .... Band .... Band Council .... Spanish Club .... Cheerleader . 1 W 1 Rosa Lee Sanders FUTURE HOMEMAKERS PRESIDENT-- National Honor Society .... Quill and Scroll Society . . . . All-District Basketball .... County Fair Queen . . . . Outstanding Girl's Basketball Player. . . . Volley- ball. . . . History Award .... Science Club ,. ..-ve: r. tm-H..- .- -. u- ,-,V S -...-1 Ham J EM Virginia Williams GREYHOUND BAND TWIRLER- National Honor Society ,.,. Future Homemakers of America .... Silver Thimble Award ,,,, Band ,... U, I, L. Drama Play .... Future Teachers of America II7 , f X Lf V3ledlCtOrl3H Aprll Floerke 5 TEWZW W L Most Llkely to Succeed James Blggs Un'-. gif! r"' +,1'.M Ef- w ,Nw ,atv-4.5 Ny 1 1 if ,. Hal V, ,L ..,u In-I 1. 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LUPE AGUIRRE RONNIE BAYLESS JAMES BIGGS KEITH BRAD CHARLOTTE BURCH ALEX CARRIZALES l I RABURN BARBEE MA RGIE BESINAIZ PAT BREZINA I ALVINO CARRILLO 4l Seniors GLORIA CASAS GUS CASTILLO RAMON CASTILLO GENE CHILDERS .TUANITA CORTEZ JUAN CRUZ ALMA CUEVAS LINDA DILLON Higher Academic Standards Are a Challenge Mrs. West helping Craig Guthrie, Bobby Mitchell, James Lackey and Stephen Abrahams find reference material in the library. RAY FORD As Seniors We Plan for the Future Seniors IRENE DOUGHTY LAURENCE DUPRIE IRMA ESCAMILLA MARY FIGUEROA APRIL FLOERKE Taft High School offers opportunity to learn by experience. Mr. Fielder is helping auto mechanic stu- dents test the engine of one of the school buses. ' W,,"' ' T I43 Class of 1965 nf' if L5- ..-..q- L 'li' ffx X X '1 x II- ANITA GALINDO ESPERANZA GARCIA ROSALINDA GARCIA LINDA GLA SS ON A LB ERT GOME Z ISA BEL GOVEA CA ROLYN GREENWOOD KA THRYN GRIFFIN IEWELL GUNN CRAIG GUTHRIE RUTH HARRISON JOHNNY HEINEMANN Senior Rings Are Our Symbol of Achievement wx Q RUDY HEINEMA NN A LBERT HERNA NDEZ Ji BETTY HOLLEY LAUREL INGRA M , 1 'Z....TV . M, ? J x RANDAL KOONCE LARRY MAINES l45 N5 Es. Seniors are not always serious- minded and studious. Jewell Gunn is proof of this statement. "What do you mean take me to your leader" ---- I am your leader. LINDA MARAK JUAN MARTINEZ MA RGOT MASQUIFELT Class of 1966 ,,.,.i1 Senior band members won't forget their trip to the Astrodome in Houston. The early getting up hour, the long ride, having Refugio students get onto our bus and the uncomfortable trip back home. Seniors LAURA ANN MAYO IOHN MESSER DONNA MILLER DAVID MONTEMAYOR MIKE MONTGOMERY KENNETH MORGAN IDA MORIN LYNN MORRIS JESSE OLIVO Seniors Struggle Through a Battery of Tests Mrs. Manson helping Mary Paterson k:sl""!'! I Coach Sigle is busily plotting something. Mafgie 595313-iz making 3 face at the camera. 'I PATSY ORGAN MANUEL OZUNA - IA NIE PA DRON LUIS PARRA MARY VIRGINIA PATERSON 'E-7' BRENDA PHILLIPS X -kkkk M.,-1, I47 Seniors JENNIFER PHILLIPS IANICE PIPER ELLEN SUE PRESSLEY ED RISHER LUCILLE RODRIGUEZ REBECCA RODRIGUEZ SANTIAGO RODRIGUEZ HENRY SANCHEZ ROSA LEE SIQINDERS MIKE SHELBURNE TIM SHELBURNE THOMAS SIFUENTES A, C' u I l 39- Q Q E51 M I JESSE SOLIZ www Q' xX Ti: I o 'Ig X I gd I X rx gas? ' V BILL SMITH K M F Us 1 4' 25 N -1- ROBERT SUTTON 2 GLENN TRAVIS I ALBERT VILLALOBOS . i DA VID WAGGONER I VIRGINIA WILLIAMS JOHNNY WOLFE BETTY WILHITE TOMMY WRAY Seniors fa 'iw if 'P Q., fha, GA RY WOODA LL RL A I49 .r"'. Z A , -xx K QL. Q Jumors Wag' 'i Y' f if ii ii Class of 1967 1' Q-,,.f Bonner Bivin Helen Blackwell Johnny Boils Bertha Buitron Jerry Burch Avelino Carrillo Rosalinda Castillo Maurice Coates Rena Coates Samuel Cortez Sylvia Cortinas Joan Cross 1 'fl v .1 n , F , Q74 6 ' W lr - '7'1.'v" 3 i r :mf 1 ip ..i I -1, 5. PNY. y if-1 7.1 Ne E . I 'x Q FY- . l5I fi- fo X 1 Stephen Abrahams Mary Almanza Adolfo Aparicio Linda Atkinson Rocky Barbee Sherry Bennett Billy Besinaiz Nelda Biggs g , B 4 'iw 1211. k ' U. a' . -.lv 1 1. ' 5 tg, so i , 'gun' ' 'L .YI ,f '- N' - 5 .ali-3 - ,- Q 'r 'Tal' 'M " c-. f wg HT' David Veselka, Dick Elwood, and Mary Almanza are eating lunch at Herman Park in Houston Texas. Juniors Enjoyed Outside Activities . . . Juniors V HN 'N N 'Sunil 1 H t N, V V lla rv , -1.21 2 l52 Qt'00?g13'fP" f n ' ' 'QF'-133 . . ,x , A. W ,- -R, 1' , Joe Cruz ' Joe Davis Q' i Viola DeLeon Dick Elwood D Delfina Flores Felix Flores Jo Ford Luis Galindo Richard Galindo Alma Garcia Nelda Garcia Dan Gatzkie Sulema Cortinas Nelda Garcia and Petra Puentas are learning to type with the ard of Miss Mayfield f?-vig, Enedelia Gonzales Natalia Gonzales Thomas Gonzales Lupe Guerra Florinda Guzman Manuel Hernandez Estella Hinojosa Rudy Hinojosa Robert Hutto Alfred Jimenez Ronnie Kelley Carol Kolb James Lackey Marilyn Lefridge A gapita Lopez Bobby Maines Juan Maldanodo Viola Maldonado Rudy Martinez Norma Mendez g it Elsyss l ' I ' 1, ,, H' t X. ' s ' i, -A t F? 4 - AKXXTE QM' Mx 1 1 M Wil ' 1 to l M, ' ' tn.. -t ?L."vi Our Junior Minds Are Tested. ? 4 15 X 314- 2 fb Rf' J Mrs. Sizemore seems to be getting her point across to this attentive class. ' 3 Juniors Betty Metting Mike Mires Bobby Mitchell Diana McClanahan Billy Nance Ernie Nolan Oscar Orta Roy Orta Lynn Owen Olvieda Perez Susan Poenisch George Pressley Larry Priest Petra Puentes Imelda Ramos Ronnie Randolph Frank Rivera Carla Rosson Parr Rosson Carol Rotzler Paul Sanchez Joaquin Sandoval Mike Schmidt Larry Shelburne Sandra Tolletr Johnny Tims Linda Tucker David Veselka Juniors Slght Problems, Goals, and Opportunities Juniors Kathy Vesely Linda Welch Lydia Welch Ricky West Lee White Allen Yeats 4 - 1 ,. L 9 Fun, Future, Fulfillment Are Phases of Junior Year Helen Blackwell, Io Ford, Diana McClanahan, Linda Tucker, and Curt Davis seem to be studying while Mike Mires Parr Rosson, Bobby Maines, and George Pressley have other intentions. ,,.,, in V .n-.few-snQll"t"U7" M funn-- ,Wx , . ----4 Sophomores pi.-Q. s 4 1 ' 4 B 'l 4.. 4" 0 Class of 1963 Phyllis Boyd Nancy Bray Mary Brine Gonzalo Bustos Mary Camargo Gracie Casiano Hortensia Chavez Ruben Chavez Gracie Cisneros Ray Cisneros Sulema Cortinas Arnaldo Cruz Sophomores Contrlbute to Clubs and Sports The members of Homemaking Class practice serving punch and cookies Class members are Agapita Lopez Adela Pena, Angelita Cruz, Hilda Garcia Viola de Leon Sylv1a Trevino Janice Piper Carmen Olivo and Patsy Reyes. Y X - We Learn Through Hard Practlce Mr A1br1tton and Roxanne Roper demonstrate how to do a correct right flank as Lmda D111on Paula Purvrs Iame Cox and Johnny Wolf observe. Humberto Cruz Curt Davis Victoriano De Leon Pat Downey Karen Dozier Celeste Duprie Glinda Eldridge Jeff Evans Larry Ewald Barbara Felkner Joe Gaiton Arturo Galindo Sophomores We earn Through Theorems and Experiments. Mr. Kasper is running off test for his ag students. i Isaac Gamez Arrnandina Garcia Cam i11o Garcia Gloria Garcia Hilda Garcia Julio Garcia Martin Garcia Raymond Garcia Bobby Garza Kenneth Garz Adan Gonzales Anna Maria Gonzales Belia Gonzales Modesta Gonzales I6l zoo, .gr X' if 'VY , fo W V "' M A ' ' F-?,w 'x L' ,M f :, - -..r r ,argl W1 , .' 1: ' Ly, N' .1 v-..i -. fn ,,- 1. al' x . Q' .L. '1f"P ll W cy! i 11" Sophomores Alfonso Guajardo Juanita Guerra Mary Sonia Guerrero Isabel Hernandez Ioe Hernandez Roel Hernandez Luis Herrera Joseph Hickey Juan Hinojosa Olivia Hinojosa Connie Hufford Anna Hunt Alma Jaime Linda Jimenez Allen Jones Ramon Lopez Manuel Lugo Antonia Luna Tony Maldonado Carlton Marsh Isabel Martinez Ramon Martinez Raul Medina Juan Molina Henry Montemayor Teresa Montez Earl Moore Juan Moran Kenneth Mutchler Andrew McC1endon Blanche McGee Mary Narvaez t Carmen Olivo Albert Pena Olga Perales Qurino Perales David Perez Lydia Perez Billy Peterson Joyce Piester Adela Pina Steve Pullin Melvin Ramos Karen Randolf Patricia Reyes Lester Rhodes Rita Rios Delores Risher Ismael Rocha Rosalinda Rodriguez lr 'ri Ed Risher and Anita Gal Ace Sutton awaits to get a tardy excuse indo on their way to class Sophomores ,V ""'l'u Betty Wilhite, drum major, shown the band her signal during one of the afternoon practices Sophomores Experience New Environment if .2 y 1 'VX an an 5223! ' V l y M ,Q 'Its It V" R W5 S M y S AA , .n. . .D IA., . 1 :ills E V S, LW T ' l M V '-:o u 1 M 'nf' ' 'VT my 1 Nr I Rudy Rosales Joe Ruiz Maria Sanchez Eva Sandoval Max Schmidt David Silvas Frances Soliz Mattie Sturgeon Jean Swanson Jackie Tims Mickey Travis Sylvia Trevino Tommy Tucker Nancy Tunnel Pablo Valdez Adela Villalobos Angelina Villarreal Jerry Webber Kurt Wilson Esmeralda Yglesias Junior High School :fm XX w SN X Taft Junior High Ninth Grade Z Z ' V ' ' 5 I66 iff th Grade Lag ' 'Phi r-1Lfi-i!STL--- ,. ..,. ' 'V A--Mn. . 1 ... L! -. 1 Vxervlw -Q' ' , m+:b-t5dv 4 Y --'1'vQ-.WCPQJ -'-f A gy- -aw? 1 'TL Miki' ..,,,,.,.- .. V .QV ......, .. W . RQ, A,yw5" ,l .' .f. 14,u,u gg - Ziyi, 4V if i' "' T LlfiA'f f' fT:'f. 151 ' - -r 6' - . '. . ' - '-"'s-- J ' 9 '..I. r. ,- , -'Jl.f"fA n..k"'-,514-' 1 N , ieventh Grade 5,-J ,M 1-s gem is ,. .JF I , VV! I .gn In '51 nv' it 'K iff W av.. - 'I " ' is Q" Nui H -,AMY ,, pg I n e' A Ui f'X,x YOU KNEW H183! WAS R0 Q ---HdfSq!l7Calc rr- Adi' :if ' ' 3-iii" 'IQ M 8 tudent Council Sponsors Awards Assembly The Annual Awards Assembly was held during the spring. Recognition of the UIL winners and presentation of the awards given by civic clubs were included as well as the presentation of athletic awards. The departmental awards were presented by the student council president, David Veselka. Also winners in Agriculture judging contest and winners in band competition were recognized for their accomplishments. PATSY ORGAN Speech Award DIANA MCCLANAI-IAN Homernaking Award KURT WILSON English Award Honors and Awards JOAN CROSS Crisco Award CRAIG GUTHRIE Journalism Award - TOMMY WRAY JOHN MESSER W MIKE SHELBURNE 2nd Area Livestock Judging BRENDA TIMS C ARLT ON MARSH DEBIE MARSH All-District Band o ' is omm nlv 4 1 1 ' Tn.. 2 ' A, ' - -rig' V 1? V I' I A' -4 ' '-Sr xl is 'ffl V A fi a."'i .2 M er Q.. .'iNE - W f l A T, I, 1.5! 'V gt a If A1..w ?f Vw "P- U5 - Q, LJ Q fy ! 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B 1 I n V x J' Y xf v- f wa 94 I. war! 45 Honors and Awards BOBBY MAINES - Outstanding Football RICKY WEST - All-Round Athlete ROSA LEE SANDERS - Outstanding Basketball JOE DAVIS - Outstanding Basketball ALBERT HERNANDEZ - Outstanding Baseball JAMES BIGGS - Outstanding Track RONNIE RANDOLPH Electrical Trades Award CARLA ROSSON, CAROL KOLB and DEBIE MARSH, lst Flute Quartet RABURN BARBEE, STEPHEN ABRAHAMS and MIKE MIRES, lst Area Dairy sr 3.7 PABLO VALDEZ, Spanish Award APRIL FLOERKE and JAMES BIGGS Rotary's Outstanding Seniors BETTY WILHITE Drama Award IMELDA RAMOS History Award Honors and Awards I' g , X I . - -I -. -' - q ,-M I ,- , ' I . r s' , ' r-.- '- riff' , . .P s ',i.g.Tm ,V .. I A V . ,, J 1 I 1 i - JC "ll 1 H :f"7.-i 'xr ' Girl- . R . ,X ri., ,L,. - ,ii--p-1-Lliun V ROCKY BARBEE, BONNER BIVIN and BILL SMITH Second Area Poultry NELDA BIGGS Math Award GUS CASTILLO, JANICE C LAVO, REBECCA RODRIGU JUAN MENDEZ. Second Sax Quartet Y LYNN MORRIS Arion Award CARLTON MARSH Band Award The winners of awards and honors pose for the camera after the Awards Assembly, Awards Assembly Reveals Surprises to Some R lv fmf Q15 5,5 Q 46 Lai ' il A LARRY MAINES RICKY WEST SHERRY BENNETT LARRY DUPRIE Art Award Kiwanis Outstanding CIS-'Hive Underclassrnan Award Writing Award -4 4 Q J , M ,mx 1 I L .-A.. 41 ,Li ,ami fs5f5T W. , - ,, , -.I -"""' .ip ' - -. 5 if s Ti """' BETTY HOLLEY LAURA ANN MAYO RUDY HINOJOSA John Philip Sousa Award Girls P, E, Award Boys P, E, Award D A R, Good Citizen Award I 75 X 'E , Q Q L ,ff -1 ' A qi.. 4 I ....T... V -A .-o .., L. ' 4 V 'r','ff :- I V. '. i 'M ,, " f i? A I-f L.. 1 ' 1 ' 1 .. K- .7 x: U , ' - ' ,i, W l P -, 5 . 13, , W-ab ' . ., gi A Sri ,A iv? 1, ,,g A H V I r -LTR I .IYV ,, an V ' '--,-... , f 1 X M Elgar: 1 r x L or f.-1 I .iff : 1 5 E ? 'Nr sz MOMENTS TO REMEMBER September to May We have Moments to Remember The New Year's Eve we did the town The day we tore the goal post down We will have these Moments to Remember The quiet watch, the noisy fun, The ballroom prize we almost won We will have these Moments to Remember Tho summer turns to winter And the present disappears, The laughter we were glad to share, Will echo through the years When other nights and other days May find us gone our separate ways We will have these Moments to Remember The drive-in movie where we'd go And some how never watch the show We will have these Moments to Remember Tho summer turns to winter And the present disappears, The laughter we were glad 1" hare, will echo through T ' .Jr - other nights -' 'dai ur separate ways We wif f A these MENTS TO REMEMBER. rn. :'a,,1.p:"4" --1., -for It " vt: ' 'fin lilii W I VU'i .i?I4af'l.l'.' I, I i s . 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