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In presenting this year's annual, the staff wants to tell the story of
Technical High School and what it represents by giving it an emblem and
letting the emblem itself tell its own story.
This emblem, shown on the cover was designed and worked out by the
staff. The basis of it is a wheel which stands for industry. Our school is
the very foundation of industry in our community because it offers train-
ing in twenty-two different fields and related subjects. Realizing that a
high scholastic standard is necessary for success in any field of training,
special emphasis is given toward encouraging our students in achieving
and maintaining the highest possible standards. This phase of our school
is represented by the torch superimposed on the wheel with the letters NHS
on it which stands for The National Honor Society representing scholastic
As every school has its lighter side, ours is represented by our mascot,
the bulldog. With the bulldog as the hub, our emblem is complete.
As the story of how we work and play unfolds on the following pages,
we sincerely hope you will see in this emblem what we, the staff saw when
we created it-the story of our school-a vocational school training to-
day's youth to fill important jobs in today's world. We are sure you will
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Won second place in a
national baby contest
From the medals he must
have won many honors in
Arlington State College
As we know him today,
Mr. O'Connor strikes a
Which twin has the toni?
Still a beauty
We don't know iust
how he won the cat
and the orange.
He won a place for
S himself as an ROTC
Cadet at Central
Track winner for Central one always wins at
H'9h School graduation.
After a hard day at school, he relaxes
by doing his own yard work.
A penny for your
thoughts, Mr. O'Con-
nor. We think you
must have won the
Following the tradition he had
set for himself, Mr. O'Connor
served as Lieutenant in the Navy
during the war, thus winning
for himself a place in the hearts
The well known fact that back of every
great man there is a woman certainly
is true in the life of our co-ordinator.
He is a wonderful family man with a
fine family. lt is small wonder that his
expression seems to say. "Look what I
have", when he poses with his wife
Doris, daughter Sheryl, and son Pat.
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