Trimble Technical High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

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E 5 3 1 4 1 0 Y 1 1 K 5 w L Annual sales on Homecoming Day Cosmetology V I C initiation Hobby show exhibits Registration day Joe Fischer, senior. Anythmg to get out of class! Future Techite Jan Eastman. Roy and Johnny Cooling off! I- Poly game at Paschal V, I. C. Initiation 'KHa1f-Day" Carter game Ranch Day Music Example of Tacky Dance I. C. Initiation "Baby Feeding" Day Game At Paschal FIQFA ffgfw , +3 gf? Mr. G. B. Trimble Director of Vocational Education Principal of Technical High School Miss Harriett Griffin, Dean of Girls Mr. W. C. Pate, Vice Principal Technical High School .MN Mrs. Mary Bishop Secretary office staff . . . Miss Willie Mae Jenkins Registrar Mrs. Wanda Kernplin Secretary fn faculty . . . Mr. J. F. Anderson Mrs. Dorothy Anderson Hain admirgm. Mr. C. Wayne Barnett Mrs. Eunice Barrett Mr. Herbert C. Bearden M . J k C. B tl MT- LeRoy Beck r ac en ey Mr. Theron Byrd '1 4 1 I i s 5 W 1 l 1 I 5 J faculty! . . . Miss Bert Boring Mrs. Buena Dale Miss Leia Dalton Mrs. Bessie DiGiovanni Mrs. Helen W. Drake Mrs. Clara Belle Eastma I1 faculty . . . 5 Mrs. Elizabeth Elder Mr. Rondy Frank Mr. Joe W. Faust Mr. Robert Goode Mr. Charles Greathouse ,e W 1 Mr. Harold Green MT- Orton Hamby faculty . . . Mr. Robert J. HHTFIS Miss Nona Hallaran ilfl E55 , l E 5 ,52zfSfswg'g2z1,W Mr. Charles Herring Mr. J. E. Johnson wwf? Q we P Mr. Pete Johnson r Roy Johnson Mrs. Martha Lee Jones faculty . . Major Edward E. Jordan Mr. Harry Kingsbury Mr. Wesley I. Lane Mrs. Nell LaGror1e Mr. Billie Joe May D P P l I faculty . . Mrs- Helen Mays Mr. Robert McAbee Mrs. Joyce McGee r. A drew C. cGinnis Kea? M! WQ744-W JWM' X Miss Lucy McRoberts uni MF- Harry Mullins , A.....iL. Mrs, Helen Oujesky faculty . . . Mrs. Velma B. Parker Miss Frankie Pickens Mr. George W. Pitts Mr. Jay. B. Plangman Miss Elsie Roach faeulty . . Mr. William F. Roark Mr. Burton Sanders Mr, Bill Scogging Mr. Robert R. Seely Miss Cora Mae Sloan Mr. Johnny Stovall faculty . . . 5 Mrs. Anita Taylor Mrs. Catherine Thomas Mrs, Bess Vaughan Mr. Kellam Wetzel E A Mr. Clark Wotherspoon Mr, Orville Wright 4 1 X Fl WY .QQ X W 675: I limi: f Hx . ln f' 1 Q Vlfhr ' .lf senior offieers . Q. Peggy Ayars President Beverly Jordan Betty Allen Secretary-treasurer Vice-presidem First Row Calvin Aldridge Second Row Peggy Ayars Third Row Alvin Barker Fourth Row J. C. Bell seniors . . pl" Sue Betty Marilyn Nelda Alexander Allen Ames Appleby Kathryn Wayne Y. T. Kent Back Ballard Banks Barber Gene Billy Bobby Sonja Barker Barnes Barnes Barnett Betty Karl James ' Patricia Berkley Bettes Bradley Bradley I I J.. N qi 4- he O ,' S8I'll0I'S . . - First Row Douglas Brazell Second Row Sylvia Bryant Third Row Joe Carter Fourth Row Tommy Collins Clarice Brown Barbara Byrd Tommy Cartrnell George Cone Wilma Bryant Truitt Campbell Leo Cendroski Peggy Cook Sondra Buchanan Bill Cargill Coeta Chambers Ray Cook gd. a Kathryn Burleson Bobbie Cargill Maxine Chapman Pauline Coulson Mui' W-fbi" First Row Alfred Crane Second Row Jack Dean Third Row Concliita Dominquez Fourth Row Doris Edge seniors . . Robert Crow James Denman Helen Douglas Betty Edmons OH Mattie Culberhouse J ack Dillard James Downey Kenneth Edwards Norman Cushman Lillian Dobkins Jerry Draper Pauline Fanning James Dawson Nevada Dodson Jimmy Dyer Jack Ferrell seniors . . . First Row Mardis Freddie Carlos Clyde Connie Favor Fitch Frausto Frizell Garcia Second Row Prather Florence Lonnie Powell Leon Garrett Getze Glenn Glenn Gornto Third Row Daniel Jesse Juanita Tico Ollie Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales Green Fourth Row Charles Vyla Belle Doyle Robert Jean Greenslade Gregory Guinn Gumm Hall First Row Edward Halvey Second Row Virginia Harris Third Row Tommy Hendon Fourth Row Mary Hood seniors . . Barbara Hamm J oe Hart Doris Hightower Mary Howard Johnny Faye Hamm Dale Hawthorne Bob Hilton Joy Hudson Jesse Hardy Dolores Head Betty Hines Bruce Hufford Wade Harral Billie Helton Billy Ray Holland Archie Hunt - ll seniors . . . First Row Janice Ingram Second Row Beverly Johnson Third Row Reese Julius Fourth Row Gloria Kirkland Glenn Jackson Gilbert Johnson Anette Keenan Donna Knight Melvin J oy Jackson James Barbara Beverly Jones Jordan Carolyn David Kemper Kennedy Addie June Floyd Knox Kornegay ij Q. E5 Sidney Jennings Evelyn Joyner Ercile King Mary Kruse First Row Darlene June Martin Virginia Nita Lambert Lambert Laningham Lawson Lawyer Second Row RiCha1'd Julia Jeanne Pat Charles Leavell Leslie Lewis Lipscomb Livingston Third Row Jean Lamar Peggy Annette Benny LOCk0t'C Loftin Lyles Mathis Marshall Fourth Row Eddifjr Jo Ann F. D. Irene Manual MHTUH Martin Martin Martinez Martinez - sfff'Z52Q senlors . . . ' gym in Jkt J iff seniors . . . First Row Virginia Mason Second Row Franklin McDonald Third Row Mary Lou Mendoza Fourth Row Mary Lou Moralez Jimmy Mauldin Jeanie McFarlin Floyd Miller Ann Morrow Don May Bob McGregory Maurine Misenheimer LaVera Mullins Wanda McClung Eugene McIntosh Hazel Miller Raleigh Nall li' Regina McCormick Nadine McKee Jacqueline Miller Jean Needham First Row Jan Nelson Second Row Maurice Oakes Third Row Bob Perritt Fourth Row Jimmy Potts seniors . . Delores Newbill Charles Ogletree Pat Perritt Bonnie Powell Ernestine Nickols Bobbie Park Ann Henry Perry Wilma Pruitt Mary Beth Nolley Leta Ann Pate Tommy Pettit Barbara Rainey Bobby Norris Norman Perkins Tommy Phelph Helen Ramirez 11 'I iii' - , . W' seniors . . . M Y X XXX SJ LLM First Row Loyd Alice Norma Joy Roy Reavgg Redmond Reed Rennels Rhine Second Row Shirley Betty Jimmy Don R. L. Richardsgn Roberson Robinson Roden Rogers Third Row Nancy Beverly Charles Elwin Terry ROWQ Rutledge Rutledge Schoppaul Seely Fourth Row Diane Jo Ann Ray Garfield Betty Shippg Shugart Sinclair Singleton Smith 'MSL T- First Row Carl Smith Second Row Faye Swartz Third Row Jeanie Thrash Fourth Row Leon Tribble Eileen Smith Tommy Swindell Patsy Tidwell Beverly Ulmer Naomi Stephens Frank Thomas Patsy Timms Salvador Vargas Harry Stotts Dean Taylor Vernon Tinsley Jeanette Walker Charles Swarts Frances Taylor Rachel Trejo Frances Wallsworth seniors . . . LT I I JNL fl Q41 S First Row Jimmy Wartell Second Row Lee Welch Third Row A. B. Williamson Fourth Row Myrna Wilson seniors . . . H Don Webb Dalton White Thomas Williams James Winnett Franklin Lowell Webb Webb Janet John White Wiese Verline Aletia Willamson Wilmoth June Roy Wisenbaker Witt A , . Lf Glenn ' Weir Robert Wilkerson Barbara Wilson Charles Wood First Row Leta Ruth Wood Second Row David Zachary Bill Wright Stephen Zamora seniors . . . '31 5 X7 5, ie WV' lv 14 . W' 1 Q I . -,.- Q: g wifi 3 Y 3 g.' K. - 5353, Nw' gi? 4 wg In k faqs yi 1 M xi x if 5 X 3 1 sf ' glif i f w , 2 -.1 V, in i fi, iii, Richard Grider Doljthy Martha Wright Wright UM' mi-"' June Young OW. Bobby Franks President junior officers . . . V ICS-l?'I'eS1G6I'1t 'm""'3 Bunny Crabb Secretary4Treasurer First Row Marlan Acton Nancy Adams Second Row Johnnie Mae Babcock Gaylord Baker Third Row Rosa Barnett Barbara Barry Fourth Row Glenda Bennett Jean Bennett juniors . . . K.. 'Y Gladys Anderson Jack Anderson Judy Baker Ola Bee Barefoot Glenn Batchelor Ray Bearden Raymond Benfer Bennie Marie Bills LaVern Azlin Myrtle Barker Nancy Beaver Linda Bishop 66 juniors . . .y 0' First Row Donna Blackburn Second Row David Brock Third Row Dorothy Burney Fourth Row Walter Bush Barbara Blair Marie Boase Betty Brewer Joyce Brooks Dennis E. Bunch Frank Burcie Adrena Burns Johnny Burns Reta Burt Patsy Byrd James Cabe Jane Campbell D U V4 fl Nw 5. Geneva Bristow Eugene Burke James Burton Wyonah Capps .alt First Row -V Ann Carpenter Thelma Causey Wanelia Chamberlain Charlene Childs Worth Chollor Second Row Jimmy Clardy Arline Clark I Esther Coble Kathryn Coffee Jimmy Collins Third Row John Compton Garry Cooper Bobbie Copper Carol Courtney Loretta Cox Fourth Row Sue Cox Zella Cox Bunny Crabb Gloria Crow Barbara Current Q 0 Q 4 y JllIll0I'8 . . . Ca ' juniors . . . Helen Davis Franklin Deckich Billy Denman James Depart Second Row Shirley Dillard Patsy Edgar Patsy Edwards DGVCFDC E11iS Third Row Lonnie Espiricueta Sara Eubanks Carol Evans Jimmy Everitt Fourth Row Billy Fisher Evelyn Fitzgerald Billie Floyd Joan Fogelin , , m il Moses Diaz Robert Ermis Frances Favor R.Y. Ford First Row Nora Foster Second Row Filemon Garcia Third Row Margie Gilbreath Fourth Row Doris Guthrie Marlin Franklin Bobby Franks Josephine Gallegas Paul Gatewood Bryan Goulette Barbara Gibson Mike Gordoa Bernice Groves Gene Griffen Betty Hackler Marilyn Haddock Ann Harless juniors . . . Dean Joyce Helen Jerry Gann Giffcn Guereca Hartza 'Q : I ll X N . . 1 ,Q ,yunwro . . . First Row Patsy Hanson Second Row Janet Harrison Third ROW Jo Henderson Fourth Row James Hill George Harris Jimmy Harris Roma Hart Billy Harvey Betty Havend Mary Hazzard James Headrick Clem Henderson Marilyn Henson Twyla Herd Carolyn Herring Patsy Lou Hewitt Patsy Hinton Janice Holliman Johnnie Hooper Jimmy Hornberger First Row Jeanette Holland Second Row Mignon Hunter Third Row Joyce Johnston Fourth Row Carole Kingsbury juniors . . . Richard Hollaway Charles Horton Freda Howe Patsy Ingle Billy Jeffrey Glen Jergins Darlene Jones Bernice Judkins Tommy Key Frank Kurosky Jerry Lanningham Maris Laser Jessie Hull Fred John Lonnie King Gwen Lewis 454 juniors First Row Franklin Linehan Second Row Gary Locklin Third Row Charles McCul1ers Fourth Row Shirley McPhil B6 o o Gwen Lewis Jack Little Anita Livesay Nema Lockaby Jimmie Lolley Phyllis Lore Don Lotspeich Bob McCain Jerry McKibben Lois McKinney Sue McKinney Glenda Mc Lemore James Majors Louise Malone Charles Martin David Martin 4 gore P l l N E i E r l w 1 w i 1 1 r First Row Mary Jo Martin Arthur Lee Massey Betty Matthews Flora Matthews Joyce Maxwell Second Row Aleta May Maurine Meisenheimer Roman Mercado George Micherd Jean Miller Third Row Tommy Minike Virginia Mitchell Jeanne Molenaar Cary Moore Pat Moore Fourth Row 'Margaret Morse Gerald Nardin Loretta Nelson Nicholas Rokas Joyce Nolan .A-q5'l,"' 0 0 I .V juniors . . . First Row Don Norris Second Row George Parkinson Third Row Wayne Pfoff Fourth Row Floyd Prater , Loretta Nowell Shirley Osborn Glenda Owens Glenda Qzmer Janet Paul Glenda Peacock Beverly Pennington Pat Pennington Beimont Pitt ' Charles Pruitt Shirley Pole Wanda P001 Norman Presley Charles Pruett Jimmy Pruitt Richard pruitt 4 Y First Row Sherrell Pruitt Second Row Erma Reddell Third Row Owen Ritchy Fourth Row Charles Sullivan .yunwrs Ronie Raffels Debby Randolph Dorothy Reeves Walter Reeves Galen Robbins Johnny Rodela Dian Suitt Tommy Stickels Thomas Reamy Syble Reid Peggy Rogers Nancy Stott XX Charles Record June Richardson Janelle Swart Thomas Stockton af B o o 0 juniors First Row J errell Stockard Second Row Travis Smith Third Row Cifford Sherrill Fourth Row Calvin Taylor First Row Gwendolyn Thurman Bobby Tims Cynthia Troutman Johnny Turner Second Row Jayme Umphress Albert Utz Glynn Valentine Nella Vannoy Third Row Hylma Wagnon Bill Wallace Arnold Ward Byron Welborn Fourth Row Georgia Williams Nelda Wells Reggie Wells Peggy West juniors . . . Janet Tuttle Jackie Vinson Charley Welch Pauline Whelchel Q . . Q, Junwrs . . . First Row Christy Stewart ll Grady White Second Row Don Wilkins Third ROW W. C. Wilson Fourth Row Leon Worlow Don Whitley Wayne Whittenburg Dee Williams D. E. Williams Larry Winnett Irene Wood Dan Wright Virginia Wright I 1. . Q, I1 J xr-:J I John Wiese Johnny Wilson Lanelle Wood Martha Yant Bob Mayfield President 1 sophomore officers . . . Peggy Lewis Secretary Barbara Reynolds Vice-President sophomores . . . First Row Ronald Allen Second Row viriira Allison Third Row Jay Bagley Fourth Row Juanita Banks Eloisa Aguilar Betty Ames Jean Baker Jean Barber Virgina Aguilar Roy Andrews J erle Baker Eva A Barrientos Mary Aguirre Effie Arthur Merle Baker Jeanette Barlow Alice Alanis Ruth Ashby Patsy Bake: Donald Barron Ruthy Allen Jessie Ayala Fred Ball Jean Beaupre Marie Alley Philip Ayars Carmen Baltasar Rex Beavers M M rst Row rothy Eesley icond Row n shop X ird Row ncy itch urth Row ather Wer Shirley Belcher Bill Black Earl Bogan Billy Boyce Pat Benson Everitt Blackman Hattie Bogan Jerry Lou Brandenburg ophomores . . . Esther Berber Billy Blair Bebe Lou Bogus Jimmy Bradley Ann Bettes Jackie Blair George Bonin Jean Branson Don Biggerstaff Sodona Blanton Betty Bonner Thomas Breget Jimmy Billingsley Travis Blassingame Johnny Bortmas Claude ' Brock il sophomores First Row Gwen Brodie Second Row Sammye Brown Third Row Wayne Buster Fourth Row Arthur Cashion June Brodie Sue Brown Pasty Butler J oc- Castillo M. H. Brooks Virginia Brown Franklin Campbell Ray Cavisos Barty Broome Lillian Bryant Marian Carrigan Freddy Cave Bob Brown Norma Bunch Donald Carlton Luretta Ceat 9' :9 James Brown Donald Burke Doris Carr Ilene Chandler Ruby Brown Oliver Burt Rosie Carroll Wanda Chandle 1' First Row Ernestlene Choate Second Row Charlotte Colvin Third Row Delores Cother Fourth Row Edna Curtner Mike Cisneros J. T. Corley Doris Coulson Carol Cushman sophomores . . . Johnny Clark Alfred Cook Joie Coulter James Dacus Roberta Clark Carolyn Cook Billie Cowley Barbara Dalrynple Roger Cobb Harry Coppinger Edna Cox Jimmy Dalton Sue Cobb Billy Corey William Cox Glen Daughtry Pat Collins J. T. Corley Beatrice Cruz Jackie Davis 'Q sophomores . . . I -L 'E First Row Phonita Davldson Second Row Tornrny Dennis Third Row Lillian Drews Fourth Row Charles Ewers J erene Davis Mary DePuma Howard Dudley Edwin Elliott Houston Day Dwayne Dill Terry Dunnam Jacqueline Ellis Sue Day Archie Dingman Eva Durrett Billy England Susie Denham Gene Dobkins Charles Duvall Aurelio Escalant 9 Dessie Denner Dollie Douglas Gloria Dyer Bertha Esparza J Freta Dennis Norweta Drake Barbara Edwards Merle Estes rr ,K ,gh , f We rl will aw. 3 3 .. A 1.-w""'t 'os 9 s ,W are 1 EE ij ,. F 5 gig if - f wig Ja. ' r igs f!'.-"A "1f.'!.?'f at ww ' at vi , ggi YU' Q 4 V, 13 M-, N Q? First Row James Ethetton Second Row Billy Ford Third Row Carl Garner Fourth Row Shirley Gorham we f f' if-' 51,4 J H A wwf ff lg 41? gm E David Fannin Marlene Ford Myrna Geary Martha Goodger sophomores . . . Jan I Farris Dorothy Forsbach Winson Geeslin A. B. Gottschalk Ray Ferrell Lura Forsyth Floyd Gentry Eara Green x 'K Billy Fincher Nobia Fuller Joyce George Jo Ann Griffis 0 2-- gbwmg lf? 'wg , 'Z ,V Age Am..- ,, . :ale , . "5 5 gf - , 'if r ffif W i f M V Qi' F Melba Foley Bette Gafford Buddy Gibson Joyce Griffin E, Gladys Forbes Bill Garcia Esmond Gilmore Bobby Guerrero .X X ' M ll be Nsophomores . . . ' 1 1 First Row Jimmy Freda Joyce Nelson Eleanore Pat Barbara Guinn Gumpert Guthrie Guthrie Guyer Hyde Hudgpeth Second Row Billy W. D. Sammy Shirley Ann Jo Ann John Hughey Hutchins Hughey Huddleston Hudson Howard Hobbs Third Row , Kay Joy Jerry Jackie Dorothy Wanda Carol Holloway Hodges Horton Hoggc Hollingsworth Hobbs Hidler Fourth Row Billy Mary Wayne Walter Martha Billy Wanda Herndon 34-Henson Henson Hedges Hallman Hallmark Harvey .X , -I -v ,J . MQ: 'aff rw' gag First Row Barbara Barbara Harvey Harkey Second Row ' Wayne Geraldine Haney Hamilton Third Row Dan Weldon Hall Irby Fourth Row lAl'1t0r1y Larry lleffefy Johnson l w l sophomores . . . Sara Harter Billy Hatchell Jo Ivey Annette Jones Janie Harris Deron Hamilton Jimmie James Charles Jones Paula Harper Ann Hamilton Mittie Jackson Joe Jordan Harry Harrison Allie Hailey Shirley Jackson Jerry Kelly Rose Ann Hanes Bill Hand Shirley Jackson Lawrence Kempe lil sophomores . . . First Row Jeanine Kennedy Second- Row Harry- Klein Third Row Joe n Lanier Fourth Row Mary Lindley Harriett Ketcham Carolyn Kline Pat Lawdermilk Phyllis Little Betty Kimbro LaVerne Kreidel Gordon Lee Frank Lopez Elizabeth Kirbo Leon Kruse Mack Lee Paul . Love Ruby Kirby Joe Krivanek Gene Lennox Delma Lowe Wanda Kirkland Dorothy Lang Herman Lewis Erwin Luedtke il Wanda Kirkpatrick Nancy Langston Peggy Lewis Jerry Lynch irst Row harline Martha lajor Maldonado :cond Row avid i Ronald ,arsh Marsh 1ird Row athryne Bob ay ' Mayfield aurth Row imes Patsy ,cGraw McKay nph 0lIU0l'0S . . . Jack Mann Wanda Martin Ted Mayo Jerry Mendez Ruth Manning Pauline Martinez Hugh McClurkon Benny Mercado Eddie Mapp Madelon Mathieu Fleeta McCullers Bonnie Meredith Marlene Markum Jeanette Mauldin Jimmy McDonald Betty Miller Doris Marlow Pat Maxwell Lura McE1vany Marjorie Miller I Vw H Nun., sophomores First Row Jack Eddie Mitchell Meador Second Row Gerald Sharon Moore Moore Third Row Patsy Barbara Murray Muse Fourth Row Carl Clarence Nelson Nelson David Montes Anizeto Merales Jimmy Nall Wanda Newberry Mavis Montgomery Betty Morgan Lupe Nava Rita Nichols Robert Montgomery Al Millican Felix Navebjar June Norris W Claudia Moore Barbara Murdock Bobby Neaves Harold Northcutt Gayle Motore Fred Murphy Bobby Nelson Danny Oats 1 """' Y ' ' il rst Row ue James dom Owen :cond Row Je . Delores enmnger Pennington 'lird Row lanita Wayne antoJa Parish :ui-th Row eta Buddy uisenberry RHIHS roplwmores . . Edward Owsley David Pierce John Park James Ragan Evelyn Ozmer Bobbie Pearson J o Parrish Rosa Raller Frances Pool Durwood Pearce Cleta Pate Kathleen Rainwater Faye Pope J. B. Payne Jimmy Patterson Charles Raney Mike Pennington Gordon Paulowsky Helen Quattlebaum Wynon Redwine Q "' FK sophomores . . . First Row James Barbara Buddy Sharon Dewey Paulette Barbara Rendall Reese Reeves Reeves Reeve Reyna Reynolds Second Row Phil Brent Johnnie Frances Roscoe Leon Billy Rice Richardson Ricketts Roach Robbins Roberts Roden Third Row Esther Pat Carlyne JoAnn Gussie Neta Jay Rodriguez Rogers Rowe Scott Sellars Sewell Shaw Fourth Row Willie Bettie g Jack Jean Charles Yvonne Mary Shipman Shelton Skinner Skinner Slaton Sparks Speegle K 'fix g 1 1-. - 0922: ' H -wa? i f i W Y "i"" 2 We ' 'M "Q 7 72, Yi 5" " W " EiQf"" fu i 1. 3 A ,ff Y J J I f xy 1"'i " r '-:: my X : " sxfzlh .iffy 'V ' J ' ', , W-, A 1 we 4 Q .... maggiano gfgliiigg y ' SX Awww , . 9' Q' 65 'xr ., 'irst Row 0 lpelee econd Row dildred togsdill hird Row Idna 'ate ourth Row llinnie orres mph Jerry Sprinkle Allen Stone Cecil Thomas Wayne Trott 011101198 . . . David Spurgeon Paul Story Joyce Thomason Larry Turnage Flora Stephens Sylvia Stout Jan Thomason JoFrank Turan Bettye Stevens Margaret Summarell Richard Thomason Angus Turneau Judy Stevens Mary Swindell Dale Tolar Janyth Turner Gene Stiles Wendell Talley Dewayne Toney Kenneth Vanderford as sophomores . . . First Row Kathryn Vanderford Second Row Charlie Wakefield Third Row Sue Welch Fourth Row David Wilkerson Ronnie Vantrease Jimmy Walker Gertrude Wells Carol Williamson Susie Margaret Vasquez Vaught Ray Carolyn Wallum Walsh Joe Anne Werner Westmoreland Jess Delores Wilmoth Wilson Lolamay Vaughan Pat Walsh Patsy Wetterm Shirley Winders 311 Billy Waddell Dorothy Ward Nelda White Wayne Winford Q Billy Wakefield Bennett Watson DeLacy Whitter Gerald Wingo " -R. Chester Betty Winnett Wood Bonnie Mary Wooten Wren Marvin Young sophomores . . . Billie Wood ,J oe it Wright Jackie A Tex Yovanovich Johnson Bill Woods Norma Wright Q H!!! ,.-f' Jf--xi,-X 5 ,-- ..!g'Ki I .-...... '-is... K5 lI me I library assistants 2nd semester Norma Bunch lacqueline Ellis Gladys Forbes Deron Hamilton Paula Harper Wanda Kirkpatirck Pauline Martinez Deborah Randolph """:2.g. .n,','1'.!r::f,,.ai1: 9:5151-:Q-zzsarlarrdr.-me : 'mem lst semester Mary Frances De Puma Wanda Kirkpatirck Donna Knight Iulia Leslie Pauline Martinez Eileen Smith .se-rf '3:tsL.Ei5-gfkifihl 3-Llul.s.'5.kil'-iii Mrs. Mays shelves books and rnaqazines. Careful book selection guarantees an interestinq book for each student Study time proves profitable to Tech students. Eileen types new cards for much-used library books. t P 1 - Frank Linehan gg.6ng3,11y PM President square dance elub . . . Evelyn Evans, Shirley Pole, Ila Robertson, Virginia Mason, Jean Bennett Beverly Johnson, Barbara Hamm, Patty Pierce, Mr. Wally Pitts, Frank Lineham. . John Wiese, Eddie Hamilton. Thomas Stockton. Bob Mc Gregory. Mr. Kingsbury Sponsor First row-Reese Julius, Jerry Miller, Beverly Johnson, Annett Mathis Jeanell Swartz Pe L les Bartv Broom Willie Shi man rodeo club . . Jerry Miller President , 885' Y , y P Second row-James Cabe, Dolores Newbill, Barbara Byrd, Jimmy Potts, Bernice Groves, Sharon Moore Third row-Charles McCu1lers, Glenn Norton, Joan Lockett, Jimmy Clauder Fourth row-Gordan Lee, Tracy Cox, Clem Henderson Fifth row-Ronnie Allen, Kenneth Wilson, Johnny Ricketts, Annette Jones, Ola Bee Barefoot, Bill Morgan Seated-Billy Harvey, Wade Lewis, Richard Grider, Travis Blassingame v.i.c. officers . . . First Row: Lillian Dobkins, Arthur Massey, Carol Kingsbury, Barbara Berry, Ruthie Allen, Carol Wil- liamson, Leon Tribble. Second Row: Wayne Ballard, Jeanette Holland, Twyla Herd, Travis Smith, A. B. Williamson. Third Row: Kenneth Busk, Jimmy Owens, Billy Har- vey, Maurice Oakes, R. L. Rogers, Piney Hutchinson. Fourth Row: Norman Perkins, Mrs. McGee, Don ots- peich, Ray Sinclair Raymond Benfer, Charles O etree, Salvador Vargas, Wayne Parrish. Fifth Row: Reese Julius, Charles Wake d Lowell Webb, Mr. Wetzel. ,fx R. L. Rogers All School President Mrs. Nell LaGrone Sponsor green jackets . . Tech's newest club the Green Jackets is composed of girl students who have grades averaging a "B" with study hall, and citizenship grades of UA". There are fifty members at the present time. A lieutenant has been chosen for each period, and it is her duty to see that every girl is at her assigned place and doing her job. First Row: Claudia Moore, Jeanette Mauldin, Katherine May, Irene Wood, Carmen Baltasar, Phyllis Little, Sharon Moore, Jeanette Barlow, Jean Skinner, Mittie Jackson. Second Row: Peggy Lewis, Paula Harper, Marylyn Haddock, Kay Halloway, Evelyn Osborn, Neta Quisenberry, Ruby Brown, June Young, Jerene Davis, Dorothy Hollingsworth. Third Row: Jacqueline Ellis, Harriet Ketchum, Freda Gum- pert, Carol Hidler, Ruby Brown. Fourth Row: Mavis Montgomery, Wanda Kirkpatrick, June Norris, Ann Westmoreland, Martha Goodger, Elizabeth Kirbo, Edna Curtner. Fifth Row: Shirley Harrison, Patsy Butler, Jackie Hozze, June Weisenbocker, Fleeta McCullers, Billie Helton, Wanda Kirkland. Sixth Row: Bebe Lou Boggus, Sue Cobb, Frances Roach, Mary Nell Wren, Patsy Maxwell. Seventh Row: Wanelle Chamberlain, Nancy Blitch, Janet Tuttle, Beverly Simmons. W f.t.a. , HELEN DRAKE ALETIA WILMOTH Sponsor President Officers: Beverly Jordan, Peggy Ayars, Margaret Morse, Aletia Wilmoth First Rc-'fi Pauline Whelchel, Barbara Reynolds, Virginia Wright, Barbara Harry, Julia Leslie, Norma Wright, Frances' Taylor Second Row: Ann Bettes, Mignon Hunter, Annette Jones, Jeanne Lewis, Geraldine Stanford, Merle Estes Third Row: Peggy Lewis, Betty Hines, Kathryn Vanderford, Chris- tine Stewart, Jo Ann Scott, Nelda Appleby Fourth Row: Joy Hudson, Ann Hamilton, Lillian Dobkins, Betty Allen, Joe Wright Fifth Row: Mary Swartz, Gloria Dyer, Jean Skinner, Bunny Crabb, Gor- don Johnson "Aff ANITA TAYLOR MARY KRUSE Sponsor red cross . . . Officers: A.B. Williamson, Mary Kruse, Shirley Dillard First Row: Shirley Spenser, Pat Moore, Bettie Shelton, Carlyne Rowe, Lil- lian Dobkins, Travis Blassingame. Billy Ray Holland Second Row: Beverly Pennington, Marilyn Ames, Jo Ann Shugart, James Downey Third Row: Mary Beth Nolley, Joan Lockett, Lillian Drews, Edna Tate, John Hobbs Fourth Row: Karl Bettes, Johnny Hooper, Roy Witt, Glynn Valentine, Po- well Glenn . RYA' SPONSOR-Charles Greczthous student council . . . PRESIDENT-Carroll Pittmcm SPONSOR-Icxck Bentley Officers: Carroll Pittman, Charles Swartz, Bunny Crabb, Diane Suitt. First Row: Peggy Ayars, Mary Kruse, Susie Urquidi, Christine Stewart, Glenda Peacock, Betty Ames, Floyd Rolfing. Second Row: Freda Gumpert, Julia Leslie, Lillian Dobkins, Barbara Blair, Patsy Tidwell, Shirley Dillard. Third Row: A. B. Williamson, Nancy Rowe, Betty Mathews, Jeanette Hol- land, Martha Goodger, Margaret Morse, Mary Nell Wren. Fourth Row: Wanda Kirkland, Charles Leningham, Lamar Loften, Jerry Crayne, Alvin Barker, Troy Cox. , Q we l 'Nl ll , ,,,,, 11111111 Qxxxqxxx XX Q 'Z. Q T' k.T,' A'- ,AC 1 54:3 ,vll -A vl lv, It l K I ' V, 5? Pr: Ei: ,f , :f"f.- '-'+L g't!',y VX: L31-15 "S, 7J'1g:f,'i'f ,f nd -0 u . 'xl pf-ug 'V . tim Q ,iff l 553' 19" 'xnxx 4- ,,," 'x JSTUD Ps 5 L Cf T V if 5 9 1 1 Nelda and Jo Ann Co-editors of the Tech Bulldogs W-zapwv.-,.,,W Mr. Randall Seely Sponsor of the Tech Bulldogs paper staff . . . Bob Perritt Business Manager Uerry Draper not picturedy A J. W. McKay Associate editor X, , Memes: George cmd Cori, Photo Editors. L Bonnie Carlton ond Morylin Ames, Society Editors lores Head cmd Betty Edmonson, Exchange Editors. F. D. Mortin cmd Roy Cook, Sports Editors. annual Mrs. Catherine Thomas Sponsor Charles Livingston Jimmy Dyer Editor Associate Editor Howard Dudley Type Setter staff . . . Carl Smith, Photographer Janet White, Class Editor George Cone, Photographer Wanda McC1ung, Class Editor annual staff 3 4-M i W Bob Perritt -Aft Editbr Douqlcxs Brcxzell-Printing Editor B bH'lt -P' ' Ed't Orville Sellcrrs -Photographic Printer O 1 on rmtmg lor Iumes Hoy-Photographic Printer james Hi11-Art Editor -J allied youth Mr. Wayne Barnett Mr. Kellam Wetzel Major Edward Jordan Bob Hilton, Presidentg Nelda Appleby, Secretaryg J. W. McKay, Vice-Pres- identg Jimmy Guinn, Treasurer. The Purpose of the Allied Youth is well expressed in its oath of allegi- ance: "To seek the truth concerning beverage alcohol and the best way of life in relation to this problem". Tech has the largest A Y post in the city. bulldog forum . . . Paul Sagers Bill Scoggins President Sponsor The purpose of the Bulldog Forum revolves around aims and reasons. We wish to help the interested student to understand the motives behind the action of our modern civilization. We Wish to help that student overcome any prejudice and narrow-mindedness that he may absorb from his every day existence in a world too filled with such tragedies. Larry Livingston, Lowell Webb, Bobby Neaves. Barbara Berry, Bill Scoggins, Carol Williamson, Paul Sagers, Ruthie Allen X, f J J 'X -,N ff, N4 4? Nix . 'ii sw ,' f a ww f l'ff-9' -Z, f-ff!! Bob Hilton Science Dolores Head Chorus Coeta Chambers Business Virginia Harris Cosmetology Robert Gumm Automotives Alice Redmond Band "' or viii' Wim X 'W Q9 Charles Livingston Art ? DP' Joan Fogelin Drafting Mack Lee Electronics A. B. Williamson Diane Suitt Engineering- Drafting ' English Nelda Wells History Jo Ann Shugart Journalism Alfred Crane Richard Halloway Machinery Mathematics James Simpson Boy's P. E. Joy Hudson Gir1's P. E. Jesse Gonzales Hylma Wagnon Printing Photography Lamar Loftin R. O. T. C. Charles Sullivan Radio Betty Allen Speech Norman Perkins Woodworking Q- X6 QT K YF f ig !LEj if W Q. Y L, W ,,,, , ,,M,,,, , W,,A,,,,, , - 4 ikgg 1, S, Eff? Q-Q A 4 Q v . ,V 'M MD ' 3 .if , , Q KTQASBQQ: Twmws er 'WWSEE2 E'fH2i? 5 .X 4' ' W 1151 ax ifw ' , av 3 Qwgfff-gi? z? mW:if?? ii .z"QW?'y , I ffilif' r 1 An.. L , Ll... A P I l 1 4 1 x 1 'Q 1 1 I 1 P I D r r D 'qv-wmv -1--V W' 'A A ff Zi 51 4 ks .X ik 3, Q 1 is in ii fi S U ii Ks 9 NN 'HRH 2352 Leon Gornte-Drum Major lean Needham, lean Skinner, Ieanette Walker, LaVera Mullins and Helen Douglas-Majorettes Jeanette Walker-Head Majorette :band . . I X 4 fly ,s .4 4 I w 1 I -' 1 1 3 K ww fy f' My If Q if Q. Fsxwqkyx lg J? gif 2 if rx: 25 315 v 1 'fi . , Boys are studying the operation and trouble shooting on a Curttss Electric propeller make-up. A Complete overhaul is made on a l-5 cub. This airplane is to be used by "Flying Bulldogs". These boys are painting on registration numbers aiter a recover on Ercoupe wings. K fi? IM, zsifbw S .J R. 985 Engine overhaul is being made. Precision, measurement, and ac- curacy are a must in aircraft engine overhaul. Aeronaoutics. The aeronautics department, one of our newest courses which is held at the Technical Institute, promises to be one of the most interesting and exciting courses offered at Tech for air-minded students. The general purpose of the course is to teach boys the theories of flight and to graduate stu- dents as licensed aircraft mechanics. Students majoring in this department must be able to repair engines, use sewing machines on damaged aircraft, and also be able to mix and spray paint. Another program of the aeronautics course is the Civil Air patrol, in which students attend meet- ings and receive further training in the aeronau- tics field. x 3 is Q A S F I 4 5 5355? 419 53' A-3 . ni' Q. K . ik.. 2 X. ,4 iw: Automotive students learn to do acetylene welding. Starter qenerator test stands prove very helpful. Automotives Under the supervision of Mr. Rondy Franks and Mr. Harry Kingsbury, our modern auto mechanics course provides the necessary training for boys who are interested in this, a field so vitally import- ant to the functioning of our everyday life. Our trained mechanics will find important posi- tions in their future as technical changes are con- stantly presenting themselves. Students in the automotive department receive much of their valuable training repairing and cleaning students' and faculty members' automo- biles. v Q, I, flx was f 2 'nn , . Business education Technical High School's business education de- partment is of the finest in the Southwest. Stu- dents receive training in bookkeeping, office ma- chines, typewriting, and short hand. They are pro- vided with the finest of equipment to assure better education in this field. Comptometers, Burroughs calculators, and new typewriters are only a few machines used in the business department. Our business graduates are the finest trained high school students in Fort Worth. The school employment bureau places almost at once gradu- ates in places for which they have been trained. ,N A 4 A Q' 42? 4 M fm ' X622 is QQ ff, , , .zrffzlzfm .A f 5 LQ fssgw ' Jw Q Le 5? ,Q ,- , , , , ,va f f g f lf Y o W?QW Pl IIIIIIPI' ' '2w,W,w , vial url 4 . Commerciol Art Students work on various projects Students ore tcruqhi lettering in Commercial Art. l i L l I 1 i 1 V I i I 1 I Commercial Art From the ranks of the commercial art depart- rment come the professional artists in advertising and other art fields. Skilled and proficient, under the able guidance of Mr. Jay B. Plangman, our .artists receive instructions in advertising layouts, designing, illustrating, dress designing, lettering retouching, and other sub divisions of the art field.. Part of the training received during the school year includes posters which advertise our school dances, parties, and other programs. Many of our senior art students have the oppor- tunity of working after school and during the sum- mer months in Fort Worth department stores as .artists. it ww! In ,R , Q 'iw Evelvn Fitzgerald is siyling a manneguin's hair for window display. A group of sophomores, juniors, and seniors are practicing rnanicuring. Back- ground-Kalhern Burleson is styling a clinical patron's hair. Students learn to do corrective facial work derrna-vac, hiqh frequency treatment' and hand massage. Mary Hazzard receives a manicure. P f Cosmetology The high school course in Cosmetology gives the student experience in both practical work and theory. By this concentrated course our graduates are able to establish themselves and take a leading part in their chosen profession. Keeping up with the times, these girls study the latest modes in hair styling, color, and general good grooming. They are training to take an im- portant place in the world of tomorrow. Q I I 1 1 ' U2 r . 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V A.A. .3 V IA .' ',..N ' ,. 4 MZ, A , f - ..,, ' :avr 4 L.. 1 This junior boy is drawing some mechanical and machinery parts in engi- neering drafting. These sophomore students are learninq the simple principles and proper technique for draftinq. Mr. Johnson is teaching the drafting class how to use a slide rule Future engineers-draftsmen checking a blueprint. Engineering Drafting A Engineering drafting is a trade taught at Tech- nical High School which teaches the student how to make a living as well as how to live. It is the graphic language in the industrial world of engi- neers and designers, and it expresses and records the ideas and formation necessary for the build- ing of machines and structures. Drafting is a field which has become highly specialized, with the particular branch of the engineering sciences to which it appliesg however, the fundamental prin- ciples common to all branches are presented in this subject and upon completion the student is qua- lified to obtain employment as a draftsman, or should he go to an engineering school, he will have an advantage in his well-developed and broadened knowledge of this subject. 'Y JP' gay .QQ Lowell Webb legrns to work on milling machine Surface grinder work is very interesting. Machine shop boys make stools for electric shop. Boys demonstrate the use of the lathe machine if lu fi-'3'W"""'J"""-fc Machinery The Technical machinists, under the direction of Mr. Beck and Mr. Sanders, are trained for skill- ed knowledge in Work of the lathe, milling, plan- ing, drilling, welding, heat treating, bench work, grinding, dismantling and assembling. As students graduate from this department, jobs are usually Waiting for them. Hours of study and work will pay off after graduation, Wm. George Cone is editing movie film. Giossing and drying prints is being demonsirciied by Gilbert Iohnson Good methods ot neqdtive drying crre essential to qood pictures. A Quality ot or rieqotive con be controlled by the use of this densitometer 'll' 1 Photography Another of Techn1ca1's newest and most interest- ing courses is the photography department. Under the able leadership of Mr. Orton Hamby, students learn to take and also make pictures. Studio pic- tures are an important division of the photography department. The photo lab has been supplied with the finest and most expensive equipment. 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' V. znduitifies '21 1 if .1 . 5, ,X 13 5 ,9'4f'g5g2gfJt ix Y a A Y .vk ht: -Q 3 2' J! 5 g,zgyff,m Q A Seniors are finishing with the spray gun Students work on the mortisinq machine. Two boys are at Work on the rnortisinq machine. Spindle turning on the lathe is being demonstrated ' 1 Woodworlqing Industries Courses include the science and use of hand tools as well as the use of power machinery. Rough lumber is processed into finished lumber. The method of planing a job makes it ready for various operations of joint making, gluing, sanding, carv- ing and finishing. Woodworking is a place where industrious per- sons may, by their own will, transform a piece of wood into something of beauty, enjoyment, 'and usefulness. ,Q Close play! Will she rncxke it? It's cmybody's bcxlll P. E. girls enjoy learning the "Four Leaf Clover." It is not difficult to find six chol- lenqers of "Deana, the huntressf' A session of volley ball is enjoy- ed by dll. PeQIQIY Ayars President girls' athletic couneil The purpose of the Gir1's Athlehc Councxl IS to plan and mam tain the standards and pollcles for the QIFIS mtramural athletlc program. Iimrny McDonald, Aletia Wilmoth, joy Iarnes, Glenda Ben- nett, Betty Brewer, Nancy Adamsi Iuha Le-she Vice-President Betty Matheus Secretary - Mr. Johnny Stovall Coach football . . . Technical Bulldogs As compared to the football teams of the past few years, this year's team was the best, not only in spirit, knowledge, and know-how but also in friendliness and cooperation. The 1951 football team consisted of seven returning lettermen from the 1950 squad, and around these, coaches Roy Johnson and Johnny Stovall based there entire plan for the '51 season. OUR COACHING STAFF : Mr. Stovall -- Mr. Mullins - Mr. Johnson - Mr. Rocirk . ' ' fN" "' 7,lT1I1f" . ,., ,., . . . 'yd r ju" f. "M iv- ,. if J. If xt . . . ,as at as SY- ' ,HW ,Q-" ' ,:7F ' W-q,. N jf ' ,. 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B P gverly Jopd wwfna Gloria Kirkland 'XNKXSOU Fmcess an YYYGCGSS 5 EE Q H 515 ai if Zi 31 E f 2 1 w 4 5, s ii s 32 NS ii f 'vi ii , X b -team football Bill Roark Coach "A" and "B" team managers-Charley Welch, Cavvitt Gilbreath, Mike Penninton, A. B. Wil- liamson. Row 1 Bobby Brown, W. D. Hutchins, Bobby Greenslade, Ioe Castillo, Alfred Briones, David Pearce, lack Skinner Row 2 Ioe Rodriquez, D. E. Williams, Charles Horton, Ierry Hartzo, Larry Win- nett, Clarence Karr, Chester Winnett, Felix Navebiar, Stephen Grover, Ierry Mendez Bow 3 Coach Boark, loie Coulter, Iackie Davis, Bob Mayfield, Terry Dunnam, loe Martinez, Eddie Mapp, Don Christians, David Brock, Claude Brock, Coach Mullins Row 4 Iesse Bell, limmy Billingsley, l-luqh McClurhan, Marlin Franklin, I. T. Parrish, Kenneth Dick, Richard, Matlock, Clarence Nelson, David Fanning, lim- my Patterson Mr. Harry Mullins Coach Mrs. Clara Belle Eastman Ian Eqstmqm Sponser Mascot cheerleaders . . . Shirley Spencer, Peggy Ayars, Gertrude Wells, Mary Kruse Cback row! Jimmy Guinn, Bill Harvey, Wayne Ballard, Doyle Guinn The cheerleaders under the sponsorship of Mrs. Eastman did a wonderful job this year supporting our boys in football games and basketball games and they con- tributed in a large manner to the boosting of the school spirit. TORCHY SPRADLING Guard ARLINGTON GAME JERRY SIMS Center TICO GONZALES Guard-Captain Charles Livingston Center Poly Game Gene Pate Forward ouglas Brazell Guard 1 1 Don Hanson Manager Paul Mallon Forward I rv. aan. www 1 N Y f' .K ' Z " Mgr, A gf Je? zgiifgo R ,K V S fi 755152, 3' 13. k A' M55 5 L' ix . wa., L51 15' , -Say 65:45 ?' A ,. K f . :px V A .s r -V' 'impwl Q ' 1 . , M,,,2g31z,- . nigga ap 5 'f S423 Qffgwz . -,gi 35233-5 gym .1ge:,M :.qt Q ea-ef, A a aww iw :sf wg:-M2 ,ff " 1 Jifffi W -hr: fs: - :"v5'sW'i fitfrfwf A. fsfeffw x Q? , X fm ' .4 main V- , ,, , :..:4::, ef A- , W ,, A f X G! K Qrwxpmfg I z., ., . z.. 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Feb. 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 1952 Top: Mr. Roark, Aaron Maryanow, Iimmy Dyer, Ray Sinclair, Ioe Martinez' lames Hay, Iesse Bell. Second row: Franklin Cobb, Ierry Simms, Sherley Helsley, Troy Cox, Clem Hen-A derson, Bob Smith, Marlin Franklin. Bottom row: Stephen Lamora, Travis Blassinqame, Charles Horton, A. B. Wil- liamson, Bob Brown, Bobby Greenslade. - yi A ,Qi Mihwfsfi i i I I '.f.-W+fm,,y- 1 Mile relay team: Clem Henderson, Marlin Franklin, Iesse Bell, Ierry Simms. track . . . 3 W , z Ierry Sims, Sherley Helsley. 440 relay team. A S. Helsley, B. Brown, I. Dyer, I. Sims. High Iump Ioe Martinez Top: A B. Williamson, I. Hay, B. Smith A. Merry Murycmow, T. Blessinqcrme. ,track . . . Sprinter, S. Helsley. S. Zamora T. Cox .L J' "v 'N Ray Sinclair Charles Horton Franklin Cobb - Q , v 4 2 First Row-Tico Gonzales, Bennie Marshall, R. L. Rogers, Joie Coulter, Jackie Davis, Bobby Davis, Amos Urquidi. Second Row-Homer Sepulveda, Ray Martinez, Jimmy Paterson, Jerald Nordin, Roy Andrews, Bobby Mayfield, Gilbert Johnson, Tommy Key, Jimmy Guinn. Third Row-Bill McPherson, Eddie Thomas, Wayne, Parrish, Charles Living- ston, Joe Davidson, Marvin Rhodes, Bobby Franks, Thomas Lacy, Alfred Ochoa. baseball . . . ? i li 1 Bobby Franks-pitcher, outfielder. Gilbert Johnsompitcher fu . "'Wk12Z"' Bobby Mayfield, Ioe Davidson, Roy Andrew - pitchers S laclcie Davis - first Amos Urquidi - third base Bobby Davis - shortstop Bennie Marshall - second 'base Iackie Davis - first base R. L. Rogers, Ray Martinez, Wayne Parrish, A1- fred CTuffyJ Ochoa, - outfielders Tico' Gonzales - infielder W Amos Urquidi - third base Bobby Davis - shortstop Bennie Marshall - second base Ioie Coulter - catcher, Marvin Rhodes - outfielder, Charles Livingston - Catcher, Jerald Nordin - out- fielder - 0' T' Tommy Key - Catcher Always fun between classes! Jo Ann gets a little help from Lamar. 'Only four T.H.C.T. members! Barbara and Pat finding the latest news! Three of our favorites! fL.C9.Z9 company a Cadet Captain Lowell Webb lst. lt. Carlos Frausto Honorary Cadet Major Leta Ann Pate lst row: David Spurgeon, Donald Breedlove, Darrell Glenn, Paul Story, James Rendall, Windell Taley. 2rd row: A. B. Gotschock, Ronnie Vintrease, Paul Sagers, Larry Burns, Kenneth Lee, Joe Jordon, James Reagan, Larry Livingston 3rd row: Eddie Martin, Leta Ann Pate, George Bonin, Dean Radke, Clemat Moore, George Harris, Harry Coppinger, James Farris. company b lst Lt. Jimmie Mauldin Honorary Major Diane Suitt lst row: Lind Duke, Pvt. James Rendell, Pfc. Johnny Bortmas, Pfc. Rex Beavers, Pfc. Rudy Herrera, Pvt. Windell Talley, Sgt. Charles Gilmore. 2nd row: M-Sgt. Leon Wardlow, Pvt. Frank Flanigan, Pfc. Harold North- cut, Pvt. Robert Burrus, Pvt. Joe Werner, Pfc. Billy Blair, Pfc. Jesse Amparan, C. T. McMath, Sgt. Arnold Ward, Sgt. Alford Crane. lst. Lt. Jimmie Mauldin, Honorary Major Diane Suitt, 2nd. Lt. Billy Jef- freys, 2nd, Lt. James Majors, 2nd. Lt. Bob Mincy, Master Sgt. Gary Lock- land, Sgt-lst. Class W. C. Wilson, Clem Bentley,iPfc. Ray Cavasos, Pfc. Gene Griffin, Pfc. Don Hall l i l l i , ff fixing steer f W iigivgiiil H' as M M QE sg -roi ew 2 J' W .Y Mg X H We-f time L, ,L Shows' was iw sig? ,shi in f affirm ft? 72 5 W E Y, iwiifgiiwa M W itwfaigy 5 'SX tyiwsf -.11-f Major Gloria Dyer 6 52:49 rm. 'wt' ghw company c Cadet Captain Glenn Weir 2nd, Lieutenant Jimmy Mauldin 2nd, Lieutenant Tommy Collins 2nd. Lieutenant Leon Tribble 'PZ' au 32' 6 1 V .. ::QI":Z"f I M2 rf Q i , A .5 'W , ' We iii X xg . ' , ft. ff-VZWWX 1,5 ., , li 3 ,5 32' w giffe 72215 SM 5.2 .2-EH . 22: 2115.2 fi,'?,.g1j, xi? 'wa igxsikg, Mikie' :wg fi .iifiu-tg, t al 21 2 ,,, 5 W 1 .ii 3 ,U f giitfsfxe 3, ..., vsfvl 221' Exx' i,,i,L.,i if si, in it W, A .gary - uf. iq-rf. 1'-Q22 -1 L3 tie, it wif fxf' -if ii V i fi "iff XX fs trifle tit. 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Crow company f lst row: Pvts. .Wirsing, Busk, Martin, Raines, Stewart, Stanley, Mercado, and Guinn. 2nd row: Pvts. Lopez, Ableson, Burris, Winford, Carlton, Sellars, Sgt. Moore, Pvts. Harrison, Hobbs, Gilmore, lst. Sgt. Halloway 3rd row: lt. Lt. Webb, Cadet Major Morse, 2nd, Lt. Crow, Sgt. Pressley, Pvt. Parvin, Pvt. Hand, Pvts. McKibben, Boyce, Jones, Smoot, Love, Sgt. England company g lst. Lieutenant Carl Smith, Honorary Cadet Major Martha Goodger, 2nd, Lieutenant Carlos Frausto, 2nd Lieutenant James Bradley. Wayne Haney, Ignacio Gauna, Robert Gilliland, Donnie Oats, Charles Rogers, Anthony Jeffery, Ted Mago, Clyde Swindell Billy Fisher, Gene McElyea, Roden Campbell, David Wilkerson, Jimmy Baker, Tommy Stickels, Joel Freeman, Glen Daughtry, Johnny Key, Donald Leslie, Billy Elliot ' Carl Smith, Martha Goodger, Carlos Frausto, James Bradley, Joseph Wright, Gordon Payne, Galyn Robbins, Prater Bowen, James Tarter, Ray Bearden, Donald Borrow Cadet Sponsors Cadet lst Lieutenant Joe Carter Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Beverly Jordan Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Maurice Oakes Cadet Captain Doyle Guinn i 1 Mrs. Eunice Barrett Sponsor Under the sponsorship of the Reserve Officers Training Corps, a girls' drill team consisting of 53 members has been organized for the first time in the history of Tech- nical High School. Purpose of the organization is to develop leadership, fellowship, and such specific qualities as poise. Membership is voluntary but each girl has to meet scholastic requirements. 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