Trimble Technical High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1960
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THESE THINGS YOU REMEMBER
WERE YOU TEACHING?
WERE YOU HAVING FUN?
WERE YOU ATTENDING CLASSES?
WERE YOU PARTICIPATING?
WERE YOU DRILLING?
WERE YOU PLAYING?
WERE YOU WORKING?
THIS WAS YOU 1959 -'60,
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WERE YOU TEACHING?
ln dedicating this annual to Mrs. Juanita Greer, we hope to show our appreciation for
her patience and kindness in attending to each cut, listening to stories ot ailments-bath
extends to her best wishes for the future
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Being Director of Vocational Training and Principal of Technical High School has given Mr. G. B. Trimble
much to make him proud during the 1959-60 school year. Enrollment reached its highest peak and many
new teachers iained the faculty. Numerous honors were won bythe various departments. The excellent
work preformed by both students and faculty members made it o memorable year for Mr. Trimble.
Work Mus! Be Done says Mr. Pate as he looks
up io greet c visitor.
Dean of Girls
Able administration acids to advancement of Tech
A. B. O'Connor W. C. Pate
Starting Her Full Day of Work, Miss
Miss Billie Johnson Johnson types by the clictaphone. Mrs. Electu Lowery
Secretary to Principal Attendence Clerk
Personnel department do their best work for benefit of school
All smiles, as Mrs. Lowery talks
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Gelting Out Day's Assignments
is Mrs. Morgan, as her student
assistance, Opal Trussell, ans-
As Payday Rolls Around, Miss Jenkins
takes pen in hand.
Miss Willie Mae Jenkins Mrs, Willa Cole
Mr. Don Ford Miss Margaret Hays
Physical Education Physical Education
World History Cheerleader Sponsor
Y Teens Soonsor
That was a Great Spike cheers her
Girls learned new steps as boys built muscles.
Mr. R. E. Hardy Mrs. Shirlie Murphy
Physical Education Physical Education
World History ROTC Sponsor
Driver Education Pep Squad
Basketball Practice is underway as Mel
Sepulveda shoots for the basket.
Mr. Walter O'Farrell Mrs. Carmen Poe
World History Y Teen Sponsor 8. Tennis
Tecl1's Volleyball Team back row left to
right Miss Hays, Patty Kuehl, Lynn
Jackson, Margaret Braswell, Murl Jo Bat-
tenlieldg Second row Nancy Hamm, Nel-
da Cunningham, Sue Scruggs, Margaret
Martinez, Carol Stout: Front row Pattie
Blissett, Velia Lopez, laclena New
hams in using miniature filing sets.
Experience is Gained by Laura Pena, Nel-
lY Cvbellvf JOYCQ Williams- MWY wil' Mr. Jack Harley Mrs. Betty Bledsoe
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Mrs. Ruth Thompson
Once-A-Week Clean-Up is being done by
Mrs. Bess Vaughan Pot Manley and .lo Ann Woldrop.
Allied Youth Sponsor
Charts Are Being Referred To by Beverly . . .
Sykora and Betty Pack as they fill out in- Ml: Frank? Plckens TuenaEDa:?h
come tax returns. oc eepmg usmess ng ls
Slrillfull In Their Typing are Ada Jane
Mr. James Johnson Mrs. La Frances Sunderman Kirbo, Barbara Bouldin, Patricia Calhoun,
Business Education Bookkeeping and Billie Lindsey as they do assignments.
in the key positions in the Fort Worth area in 1960.
Preparing Herself For a High Business
Position, linda Smith receives dictation
from Sherry Jackson. Mrs. Velma Parker Mrs. Annice Jahn
Business Education Business
Mrs. Nell Harry
Miss lucy Mclloberts
National Hanor Society
Rare systematic bookkeeping machine
is being employed by the Tech Busi-
ness Department and is being operat-
ed by Betty Piercy.
Correlation of Art with Literature is ob-
served by Mrs, Sheppard and Mrs. Leniz.
The sophomores studying Julius Cue-
sur are J. T. Young, Equilla Neel, and
Mrs. Dorothy Lentz Mrs. Georgia Turner
Jr. Class Sponsor
English clepartment receives new literature
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again for Seniors. English Ef'9l'Sl1
Making the Room Attractive for Public
School Week are Linda Coursey and Judy
Mrs Dolores Vcnn Mr. Robert Willingham
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Af? Disrussing the movie The Barrelfs of Wim-
L, ff3.c, Af f pole Street are Sue Bullock and Barbara
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Mrs. Helen Drake Miss Cora Mae Sloon
Senior Closs Sponsor
books to revitalize the course.
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Mrs. Faye Newton Mr. A, L. McElroy ' Mfg, Zuchq
English English Speech
The classic, Silas Marner, by George Eliot
MVS- MGYY Alford is being porfrayed by Mrs. l.enfz's Eng-
C9fGmiCS lish 3 class. ln this scene are Drendu Bar-
Erlgliih neh, Tommy Fisher, Jo Ann Moss and
l Judy Tiftle.
Mr. Robert Kenneth Jones Mr. Theron Byrd Mrs. Nona Hallaron
World HiS'0l'Y History American History
Future graduates will have credits for three years of history
Location of major bottle is being pointed Mrs. Louise Holland
out to Mr. Byrd's World History students. History
Westward Ho is being portrayed by Rob- Discussion of states entering the union
ert Jeter, Sue Jimson, and Robert Gon- is being corried on by Mr. Byrd, Clyde
zalez. Denton, and Lindo Ezell.
Mr. Harry Wilson Mr. J. F. Anderson MVS- AQNSS Holi
History History l'll570fY
Government is added to history course lor '62 graduates.
Re-enacting The Old West with miniature
cowboys and Indians are Mike Richerson,
Foy Eskew, Gail Pruitt. ,, , ,
Mrs. Virginia Amos
Mrs. Mary E. Rhodes Poster making is inierrupled when Linda Going ll1l'9U9h fha dUllY fouflne
World History Ezell, Joyce Barbee, and Kenneth Event
Junior Red Cross turn to see the teacher come in.
Mr. Russell Mullins
To Prove Thai Men Are Not The Only Mrs. Maurine Mullins
Mathemalical Genius, Jackie Hughes Math
shows Danny King that 2x3 is 6. Counselor
Tech teaches shop maths in addition to regular math.
Mr. Riley Ham pion
Mr. Lowe Leach
Mrs. Bess Digiovanni Mr. Wayne Wilcox
Safe-Teens Allied Youth
Radicals And Imaginary Numbers are be-
ing explained by Mr. Leach vo Ruben Mr- C. W. Bohm
Delgadillo and Patsy Goss. Math
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Future Chemists, Thomas Fortenberry and 'V
Pat Pruitt seek new things in science
Mr. Richard Kendall ' ' Mr. Jack Bentley
These teachers make science desired rather than required
Functions of Plants are studied by Glenda
Maner and Shari Nicholes as they meas-
Mf- George MUVQUY' ure the temperature of the sail. Mrs- Mary Couch
' Radiation Work is done by Jerry Martin. 5
- , i Salvador Gonzalez, Darold Freeman, and l h i
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Mr. Arthur Rhea fgsmejlllnez WH- G Nl e ense gelger Mr. Robert Harris
Junior Class Sponsor Math
Dazzled, the students listen attentively to
the next scene.
Working hard on the next edition of the Ready to deliver the papers are Dale
Bulldog is Merl Jo Battentield. Dahlberg and Paul Hinman.
Speech and Journalism provide both news and entertainment.
Re-enacting a scene from ancient history
are Pat Grant, Donald Smith, and Joyce
Mrs. Lillian Mobley
Bulldog Staff Sponsor
Junior Class Sponsor
The Co-editor ofthe Bulldog, Beth Burger, The Journalism Class is concentrating on
is busily typing a report. their reports for the newspaper.
Angles ore being drown by Mr. Greothouse's
Mr. J. E. Johnson Mr. Charles Greathouse class from a mobile.
Engineering Drafting Drafting
Sponsor of Student Council
Drafting ai Tech requires the highest degree of auccuracy
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io Don Powell Drill are Donald Savage and Bennie Jenkins.
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Relaxing after u hard du s work
are M-sgi. H. M. Caldwell and
SFC. J. R. Ross M-sgt. H. M. Caldwell
Mr. Alfred Riley
Perfection ls Gained by Sharon Bennett as Mr. Riley
paints out the importance of music.
Music department presents concerts to other schools.
Slrill Of Playing Violin is demonstrated by Norma
Practicing For Performance are Anna Brown, Hazel Rey-
nolds, and Mary Helen Avinc.
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Preparing Their Daily Assignments with
Mrs. OIiver's help are Charles Barnes,
Marvin Reasoner, and Stanley McFarlend.
Mrs. Gloria Batey Mrs. Peggy Oliver
Librqfiqn Special Education
Library aids special education by providing books for pupils
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ing a special class. . ,
Discussing Which was Best, the movie-or
the book, are Faye Dugger and Sarah
Checking Oui Library Books are Owana Busily Sludying in Special Education are
Rivers and Kathleen Walker as Jerry Bolt Jimmy Hinton, Sianley McFarland, Charles
and Joan Griffin. Barnes and Marvin Reasoner.
A Tooth Thai Big? Carolyn Mossengale
wonders os Rebecca Genador shows her
Miss La Nell Ayer Mrs. Evelyn Grace
Dental Assistance Distribuvive Education
VIC Chapter l59 D. E. Club
All instructors in Industrial Arts are not only educated in
Music! Music! Music! Johnnie Miller,
Lonnie Lair. and Dwelus McKinney Mr. Clay smith Mr. A. c. Mcoannas
never tire of it in Radio und T.V. Radio gl T, V. ghop Radio 3, TA V. Shop
VIC Chapter 61
Light Wil! Shine Brighter when repaired
by Carroll Wright in Electric Shop.
Mr. R. R. Tomlinson Mr. Edwin L. Sloorzo
Electrical Engineering Diesel
Senior Class Sponsor
State Sponsor of VIC
Mr. Charles Crow Mr. Michael Bigler
Aeronautics Wood Shop
VIC Chapter 66
theory but trained on the iob in their field.
A Hard Task well done by Weldon Still-
well in Wood Shop.
l 'ij Have Pencil, Will Draw thinks Johnnie
Mr, L, M, James Mr. J- B. Plangman Green as he watches Toni Stone.
Aeronautics Commercial Art
VlC Chapter 88
MY- Rf-'befl Dvvis Mr. .lack Martin
VIC Chapter T66
Protection ls Needed while working in
Welding Shop says Walter Barber and
Preparing To Shoot A Scene for o movie
showing the activities of the school are
Jimmy Stevens, Phillip Whitte, and Mr.
The instructors ot these s
Concentration is Required by George
Ross, Virgil Sellers, and Billy Burke when
operating complicated lathes in Machine
This Can Be Repared?! John Lowe and
Armon Booth seem to think so!
Mr. Orton Homby Mr. Harry Watchous
Photography Auto Body
VIC Chapter 81 VIC Chapter 181
hops teach their students.
Mr. Burton Sanders Mr. Roy Beck
Machine Shop Machine Shop
All School VIC Sponsor VIC Chapter 62
Mr. Harry Kingsbury Mr. George Chollor
Auto Shop Auto Mechanics
VIC Chapter 76
New Hairclo for Lyla Hodad is being
styled by Sylvia Fox.
Mrs. Emoline Johnson Mrs. Eunice Barrett
Sophomore Class Sponsor VIC Chapter 70
what they learned in college and from personal experience.
Drawing and Stripping Negative: gets
the yearbook under way. Bill Freeman
ond Noel Gage do the lab.
Mrs. Orvaline Brown Mr. Berry Hogan
Cosmetology Print Shop
VIC Chapter 70 VIC Chapter 60
"Project is Underway", says Eugene
Skiles os he proudly shows refrigeration
Mr. Herbert Beorden Mr. Jesse Bennett
Print Shop Refrigeration
VIC Chapter 60 VIC Chapt l605 Soph
25 Class Sponsor
WERE YOU HAVING FUN?
Representing the students by presiding over ull school programs, unending parr-
ies and social events, Thomas Fortenberry won the love and respect of 1he'entire school.
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Opening of school finds students enthusiastic as they fill out
S e n i o rs especially
must check carefully
to be sure and
register tor required
Graduating Seniors, Barbara Roberson, Rita Rodri-
quez, Delores Riverc, and Peggy Garner ore all
smiles because they ore about to be enrolled in
their favorite Biology class.
Swamped by new Techites, Miss McRoberts plans schedules for
Checkirig aptitude test for students is just one of
many ways Miss McRoberts helps students.
tl'1eir programs and rusl1 for the classes of their choice.
Whether it's boy meets girl or iust u term theme, th
library is c very popular place.
Teacher is invaded, not by enemies, but just girls trying to be sure
to get into the class.
The Shirley Murphy Dancers are always a welcome sight on any program.
Students show versatility by singing, dancing, ancl
Mr. Talent, Billy Hamm, stands
by as other winners are lin-
A touch of "rock and rolI" is a must for any variety show.
Sue Leddy as Miss Talent is
almost overcome as she is
Mary Broom adds sparkle and charm as she
MC's the show.
The year of the beai-
niks may be the title
given 1959-'60 in the
Pantomiming for the 1959 Variety Show.
Billy Hamm presides
us these scenes un-
fold to make ihe '59
Variety Show one of
Bea ufiful Girls
The Winner, Sue Leddy,
doing the puntomine
that made her famous.
Running for Junior Class
officers is u serious bus-
Students are all winners by being nominated.
Judging from the number of students run-
ning for cheerleader, 1959-'60 will be Q
Winning an election calls for strategy-State VIC president, James
Herring, conducts o caucus with his local clulb.
Manicuring Nails and fixing orphan's hair was proiecl undertaken by cosine,
fology as demonstrated by Sue McRimmon.
organizing and carrying out community proiects
Loading lhe rruck with food for
an underprivileged family is a
pleasant task for Thomas For!-
enberry and Kenneth Richard-
Baby-sifting ai Lena Pope Home
becomes o pastime for Doris Mode.
Nelda Hall enjoys styling ci patienfs hair
Reigning as Ranch Queen and King are Tami Lynn
McDonald and Larry Alexander shown with Grand
Champion, Rangler Bill.
Riding Kenneth Richardson is Ranch Day horse-play for
Wally Harper, Leslie Burks, John Lowe and Rodney Smith.
Techites go western as the rodeo comes to Fort Worth.
Finalists for Ranch Queen and King are Priscilla Ashley,
Tomi Lynn McDonald, Linda Skaggs. Larry Alexander, Billy
Bernard, and Charles Malone.
At the Western Dance Mr. and Mrs. Murphy were the
center of attention with their realistic western regalia.
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Kneeling: Jackie Miller, Paul Hinmun, Leslie Burks, Olivia Oliphont, Slundlng: Billy Hamm, Jo A P y Sh
Denton, Deanna Short, Caro ou .
Tech's 1959-'60 cheerleaders yelled bullclogs on
Carol Stout Oliviu
to one of the finest seasons marks in severa years.
leaders will do
Note the striking resemblance in Deanna Short and
Jackie Miller Jo Ann Perry
They could be countecl on at sports and pep rallies
s Bulliieg this year was Deanna Sher'
Janet Mciniire, Janet Morris, June Fuller. Josephine 1umoru,1udy Grimes, Mary Harder, Dale Dahlberg, Virginia Clark
Band maioreiies step high and lead proudly as
Virginia Clark Janet McEnrire
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Bond and inshudor in :hows and or-
swing as umm M-im .ma Head Maim-
ltis are Joy Beavers and Judy Grimes.
Mr. Riley stands tall, as director
kluoson .I umm. buy .ma gan from vhs band af. smflene
Lanham and umm cmwell.
Pertorming cl concerts is iun cnurher service provided 5,,yi,,9 0, band ,,ffi,,,, Wu, Nong, Beck, Allen Ken,
by the band, Clow Muffin, Ronald Stephens, rcellum wmex, and cwge
not only of the band but as instructor of chorus and orchestra
warning at Avery pep rally and marching at
every football game, the mcioretles are ul-
wuys :hem and with plemy of pep.
Always nm. and behind me mm mn, the bend can always be mounted
Tha nicest pon of Thomas Forfenberryk iob is the mr- nr., ,mining Qunn Niro hmm, uv., her ,,,bi,,,,,
diiional Iris: of this yscr'1 Homecoming Queen, Nlio
Students and exes honor homecoming queen and her court
Prinzeues and escorts were John Knight, Tami Lynn McDonald, Teddy
Shearer, Nita Frazier, Dsanna Short, und James Hurting.
Honored Exes and offirers nr. mn rrrrnn of the bert rrrp- cheerleader, Inna nrrrnenr. in singing of Annu Maier and
porters of Tech as ihny attend Homecoming. look forward to Homecoming game that night.
Receiving jackets is a
happy time for the foot-
Coach Hardie presents
jacket to Ray Ennis as
Coach Ford looks on,
Students receive awards for achievement in any field.
Gary Green, recieves jacket
from Mr. O'Conner lor his
work on the Rifle Team.
English Student Peggy Ann Carey, with instructor,
Mr. McElroy, is honored for her winning essay.
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Rifle Team Members with new jock-
ets ure: Don Collins, Kenneth Moss,
Kellum Wetzle, Donn Caldwell,
Gary Green, Kenneth Stockton, Mel-
Vln HHH. Bob Hinze, Charles Stokes.
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First sopranoes: LaValle Blantua, Louise Wolfe, Kathlene Walker, Gail Pruiett, Janet Story, Bqybgfq Hampton, Jqne Sfgry
Betty Piercy, Jane Gilbert, LaVonne Hudson, Billy Wilson, Rilda McGinnis, Elimbeqh Lqngl Beffy Piercy, and Peggy Sfqcy
Ann Hill, Linda Gregory, Paulette Williams, Paula Lanm, Linda Black, Eliza-
beth Long, Jeney Andrews, Evanne Drummons, Charlotte Rice, Corrine Car-
den, Sharon Funchess, Barbara Howell, LaVern Queen, and Jo Ann Thomp-
Thoughts ol the coming holidays aided by the chorus and
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Juanita Payne, Opal Trusscll, Sharon Patterson, 5 ,Q f
Josie Romo, Nancy Miller, Donetta Thomas, ' , I if W. V V :BE
Naomi Welborn, Barbara Hampton, Sandra ' ' iglif 1 , V
Griffin, Janet Story, Joy Beavers, Willy Roma, 4 f ii G- , ": W, :Y-Q E - '
Sharon Rust. i fi' i 'iz N ' '1' 'N T'
Altos: Margaret McMillan, Mary Fox, Peggy Stacy, Claudio White, Doris
Land, Carolyn Wyche, Charlene Hart, Marie Smith, Sandra Wilson, Barbara
Burklea, Foy Esque, Mary Stephens, Cynthia Roses, Dolorez Hernandez,
Susie Booth, Judy Grimes, Virginia Green, Mary Broome, Rita Rodriquez,
Rosemary Gallegos, Velia Lopez, Alice Dodson, Judy Lollar, Johnnie Hughes,
June Fuller, Beth Burger, Lena Shaw, Deanna Sparks, Sandra Crouch, Clara
Conner, Melinda Patrick, Nelda Hall, Rosalyn Vance, Glenda Hargrove.
Tech's Chorus quintet, the 'Starlets' are: LaVonne Hudson, Betty Piercy, Opal
Trusseli, Juanita Payne, Peggy Stacy, and Betty Sue Jones, accompanist.
Santa fills the hearts of evervone with the iov of Christmas.
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Having a Christmas party as Mrs. Lentz's group is Filled with the Christmas Spirit Santa gives gifts to
doing is one of the favored events. The lUCUl'Y-
Orchestra Members Norma Johnson, Anna Brown, Mary Avina, Carolyn Ste-
wart, Elma Sifuentes, Jon Strickle, and Hazle Reynolds play for program.
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There is ci correct wcy io wave hair und Judy Har-
grove demonstroles il ol Open House.
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A plone has been built in the Acronuulics class and
Mr. James shows it off to visifors.
Time is shorl and the halls are crowded with hundred of
The Green Wave Band gives U
concerl lor Open House visitors.
Pal Slokeley, Pafrie Blissef, and Sue
Bufemun pu! on D show for 'he por-
enls or Open House.
Visiling parents register for prizes at Open House
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Here one of the families inspect a General Motf Thomas Fortenberry demonstrates electroplcn
or Diesel at Qpen House. ing at Open House.
parents eager to visit instructors ancl see the school.
Jimmy Stephens show visitors
the mechanism of the enlarg-
George Ross and Alvis Cox show Mrs. Cax how Mr. Stoorza
to operate a metal lathe. 49 ing cokes every chance he gets.
supervises senior's project at sell-
Nominees for Besl All-Around: Virginia Borbee, Clora Mariin,
Margaret Braswell, Dianne Allison, Deonno Shari.
All classes elect a boy and girl for best all-arouncl.
Sr. Favorite Nominees: Howard Milchell, Dale Wilson, George Ross, Gary
Green, Cliff Arnspiger, Kenneth Richardson, Ted Moose, Rcberi Pulido, Leslie
Burks, Colvin Stover, James Herring,
Soph. Favorite Nominees:
Olivia Olipham, Doris Mood, Janet Story, Eileen Gray.
Soph. Favorite Nominees:
Teddy Shearer, Gary Skinner
Junior Fcvorile Nominees: Ted Hurdisty, Mock Jenkins, Richard Hunger-
ford, Rufus Ylaarru, and Cecil Knighl.
Each class elects a boy ancl girl lor favorites and
Jr. Fuvorne Nominees: Sharon Denton, Jo Ann
Perry, Carol Sloul, Nelda Hall, Suzy Baath,
Sondra Benneii, Sue Leddy, Jacque Ticknor.
Sr. Fuvorile Nominees: Virginia Borbee, Beny
Piercy, Belly Sue Jones, Tomi McDonald, Bobby
Alford, Dorothy Waters, Mazi Shelton, Belh
Burger, Thelc Welly. Belle Pruiell, Deanna
Besl All-Around Nominees: Howard Mitchell, Clill Arnspiger, Ken'
nelh Richardson, Salvador Gonzales, James Herring,
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Chosen as State FBLA Vice-President was Carol Stout The sludenfs of Nonh Texas Slate College welcome
0' 'he Swfe Conveniicn in Denton. the delegates to the FBLA Stare Convention.
Each club hacl a clislricl ancl slate convention and was well
Registering lor the VIC Dislricl 2 Convention
were members from Irving and Tech's own mem-
! bers Those from Tech were Carl Langley, Bruce
Kirlley, James Herrxng, Jesse Branna, Carey
Beck, and George Pendergrass.
Changing burr lor Marie Perkins and Dr. Garri-
son, iudges in vhe Denial Assistant drill, is Re-
becca Genador from Tech Chopler 159.
Cosmetology VIC officers who participated in the District 2 Con-
vention were Carol Stroorza, Nelda Hall, Suzie Booth, Bobbye
Alford, Yolanda Torres, Sherry Lester, and Mary Barley.
represented at each convention held here.
Examining entries in the Photography con-
test was Mr. Jim Whites, who wurks at a lo-
cal camera shop.
Learning about Carpentry-Building trades
in Wood Shop were members of VIC Chapter
45 of Tyler, Texas.
GETTING COPY WRITTEN is a serious
iob to Betty Jones and Velda Riley.
TRYING TO THINK OF THE ANSWER
on the DAR test, seems to be more dilf-
icult for Virginia Barbee than doing
CATCHING FORTY WINKS before he
gets caught, just comes natural to Billy
Hard work, play, and even sleep are all partof annual work.
THE TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS PARTY is
something the staff and their friends look for-
ward to every year.
WHATEVER IS IN THE PACKAGE is sure to
please Mrs. Drake.
WORKING IN THE MIDST OF CONFUSION
is a must for those on the year book. Here
Dorthy Watts, Lonna Forrest, Howard Mit-
chell, and George Pendergrass prove that
it can be done.
Pause for a Coke.
You cant leave, says the
Who lurks behind ihe door?
uMystery ai Red House" presented by the senior speech
Hard work was contributed io the Senior Play by
Deanna Short and James Herring.
Amateur detective Gary Green, reveals his suspicions io his
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Baseball Sweetheart, Linda Herrin
9 Track Sweetheart, Doris Moad
Picking sweethearts for each sport is a tradition at Tech
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Basketball Sweetheart, Nita Frazier
Football Sweetheart, Jo Ann Perry
ROTC Sponsors represeniing Tech were Dianne Taking advantage of the music, Mdry Barley and Don
Allison, Bobbye Alford, Ella Jo Chance, Pot Clark, SleW0Y7 60066-
and Mary Barley.
each company had a sponsor presented at ROTC Ball.
In the royal procession were Eileen
Gray, Mike Wilhelm, Bobbye Al-
ford, A. J. Slewari, and Harold
Following tradition, every sponsor was pregemed 'Pleased with the proceedings, Colonel Mitchell and
as was Dianne Allison escoried by Gary Green. Pai Clark wait to be presented.
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Richard Hungerford onnounces Mike Morrison ond
Muzi Shelton us King and Queen.
Wally Harper and Nan White si! one out of the
The Junior-Senior Prom, given by the iuniors lor the seniors,
Mrs. Murphy and Mike Chokas
help liven up ihe Prom.
Beautiful formols ore displayed as
Ihe students enjoy the dance.
Mr. 8 Mrs. Pate, Mr. 8. Mrs. Turner ond Mr. O'Conner
seem io be enjoying the younger set dance.
Mike Chokcxs and date enioy ihe evening. Tired fee! are inevitable ond must be rested after ioo
was a success with candlelight and music by Ted Norman.
Resting between dances are Bobhye Alford and Bob-
Kingfcnd Queen were Mike Morrison and Mazie Shelton.
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'en' Won't it ever ring?
Reminiscences fill the minds of lighter moments and
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Now swing by your toil.
Censored. You'lI never get away with itl Whufs this-the latest meeting ofthe Ladies Aid?
TfY Wunllng 5heeP' No lair holding, Murphy!
unusual happenings as the school year draws to a close
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Whcn u difference in Tech's '49 and '59 un- Jus1whuil've always
Who tied il in 0 knot? Don'! luke it so hard, Theta. Parly Doll! WS C1 rirlgerl
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Presenlurion of the Favorites was the liighlighi of lhe dance. Shown are Ei-
leen Gray, Carol Siouv, and Virginia Borbee.
One of the last social events was the clance before Graduaiio
Dancing in the Spotlight dance were Leslie
Burks, Eileen Gray, Carol Svoui, and Larry
Alexander, 'lie iovoriles and their escort.
Playing for the Spring Dance was one of the best donce
bonds ovoiloble in Fort Worsli
The punch line seemed to get longer os the night grew longer.
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Preparing fo enter u new phase of life, these spring graduates receive their diplomas from Mr. Trimble. Kennelh Rich-
ardson, velda Riley, Boyd Baler, Bobbie Miles, Bill Gage, and Ladena New.
WERE YCU ATTENDING CLASSES?
Having elected Deanna Short and James Herring as the most outstanding students in
school for the three years. the student body elevated them to position of Miss and Mr.
Tech. Everyone is proud to have these two as their representatives.
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Runner-Up for Most Outstanding Boy Runner-Up for Most Outstanding Girl
Voting was close in selection of most outstanding and favorites
Belle Pruien George Ross
Runner-Up for Senior Favorite Runner-Up for Senior Favorite
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Mr. Edwin Stoorzo Senior Class Sponsor M,-5, Helen Drake Senior Class Sponsor
The senior class was led by competent officers ancl sponsors
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Officers of the Senior Class ore: L. To R. sitting,Decmnu Short, Sec., Theta Welty, Treasurer, Put Pru-
ett, V. Pres, Velio Lopez, V. Pres, Bobbye Alford, V.Pres,
Kneeling, l..toR. Howard Mitchell, V. Pres, James Herring, President, Billy Hamm, V. Pres, and Nita Frazier,
reporter, Knot piciuredl
Aguilar, Yolanda Alford, Bobbye June Allen, Jean Allison, Dianne
Business Cosmetology, Pres. VIC Cosmeiology Business, ROTC Sponsor,
No. 60, ROTC Sponsor, Sale Teens ROTC Queen, FBLA,
AY, NHS NHS
60 Seniors elected their officers early in the fall.
Angeles, Maximo Ramirez Arnspiger, Cliff Arredondo, Danny Ashbrook, Aaron
Eleciric Aeronaufics, Basketball, Auio Body Aeronuulics
VIC V.P., Stu. Council, VlC
Avant, Maxine Baker, Joyce Balandran, Olivia Barbee, Virginia
Business, FBLA, Y-Teens, Business, FTA, FBLA Business, Y-Teens, Commercial Ari,
Volleyball Team NHS, Chorus, AY Student Council Sr. Class Favorite, V.P
VIC Na. 88, DAR
Barber, Walter Barger, Larry Bernard, Nancy Barnett, Jackie E.
Welding Engineering Drafting Cosmetology Radio and Television
Drill Team, ROTC, VIC ROTC Sponsor, Y-Teens, Alt. Red Crass Rep.
Jr. Red Cross Student Coun., Annual,
A calendar was macle for the year showing proiects
Barron, Johnny Batchelor, Brenda Batlenfield, Murl Jo Bauman, Betty
Print Shop Cosmelology Business Business
VIC CH. 60 FBLA, AY, Volleyball, FBLA, FTA, Y-Teens,
Journalism, GAC ROTC Sponsor, AY
Beavers. Jay L. Beck, Carey Beck, Nancy Bellows, Earl
Radio and Television Prinl Shop Business Radio and Television
NHS, VIC, Band, AY, Band, Safe Teens
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Benson, Jackie Berber, Raymond Berg, Kay Berry, David
Dislributive Educalion Machine Shop Dislribulive Education Print Shop
DECA DECAp FBLA, FTA, AY
and activities to be carried out by the class.
Blackwood, Larry B. Blevins, Sharon Blumenthal, Albert Boler, Boyd
Diesel 8. Disiributive Ed. Distribuiive Eclucolion Radio 8. Television Print Shop
VIC, NHRA DE Club Print Shop Annual Editor
VIC Ch. 60
Booth, Armon Bowers, Juanita Bowles, Lois Brandt, Don
Aulo Body Shop Business Photography Prinl Shop
Football, Baseball, FBLA VIC, Safe-Teens
Jr. Red Cross Y-Teens, AY
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Brannon, Jesse D. Brantley, Lindo Braswell, Margaret Ann Breton, Patsy
Radio and Television Cosmelology Business Commercial Art
Vice-Presidents were appointed by Class President, James
Brooks, Allen Broome, Mary Brown, Sandy Bruce, Billy Don
Diesel Business Homemoking Disrriburive Educaiion
VIC Pres. Dist. ll Talent Show MC, Office FHA, Skating Club DECA
Jr. Red Cross Personnel, Senior Play Jr. Red Cross
Bullock, Sue Burger, Beth Burkleo, Barbara Burks, Leslie
Business Academic Cosmetology Machine Shop
Pep Squad, Bowling Club Pep Squad, Chorus Pep Squad, Safe Teens, Head Cheerleader, Jr.
FTA, AY, Y-Teens, FHA Bop Club, Red Cross, VIC Favorite, VIC 62 V-Pres.
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Burnet, James Burns, Gaylord Caldwell, Donn Carden, Corinne
Disfribulive Education Commercial Alf Radio and Television Business
DECA Club Band: Bulldog Slaffp VIC AYg ROTCg Rifle Team: VIC FTA: Chorus Sect.: Office
Ch. 61: ROTC Officer Assistant
Herring and Class Sponsors lo organize The class proiecls.
Carey, Peggy Ann Carter, Clyde Carver, Delores Castillo, Gloria C.
Business Aircraff Dislribulive Educaiion Business
Castillo, Gloria M. Castro, Valentino Chance, Ella .lo Chandler, Bobby
' Business Business Business Machine Shop: Band
Y-Teensp Red Cross Rep. Orchestra Studenl Council: ROTC
NHS: FBLA, FTA: AY
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Clark, Karen Clark, Patricia Collins, Harold Canine, Benny
Homemaking Business Disfribulive Educaiion Radio and Television
AY: ROTC Sponsor Radio VIC
Slogans for football games were selected and
Contreras, Pete Cook, Fulton Floyd Coors, Judy Cordova, Virginia
Welding Radio and Television Homemaking Business
Foolloall: Basketball VIC Rep. Ch. 61: Jr. Red FBLA: AY: Y-Teens: Y-Teens
Cross Rep.: ROTC Paper Miss FTA
Cornwell. CUIOIYYI Cornwell, Linda Couch, Jo Ann Coughran, Charlene
Business Business Business Ceramics
FBLA: Siudent Council FTA: NHS: V-Pres. Sr. Class
Annual Staff: AY
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Courtney, Robert Covington, Verna Cox, Alvis Crawford, Andrew
Auto Mechanics 81 Welding Cosmetology Machine Shop Aeronautics
ROTC VIC, Skating Club Who's Who in Aircraft
the ribbons were printed in the school Print Shop.
Crews, William Crouch, Dwight Crowell, Nancy Cruz, Jesse
Aeronautics Auto Mechanics Business Wood Shop
Skating Club, ROTC Offi-
cer's Club, Safe Teens
Dognell, Betty Dcihlberg, Dole Daniels, Frank Davis, Doris
Cosmetology FTA, FBLA, AY, Y-Teens, Welding Homemaking
Band Maiorette, Safe-Teens
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Dela Cruz, Lydia DeVoe, Doris Marie Dixson, Sylvia Louise Dodson, Alice
Business Business-Disfribulive Ed. Academic Business
Y-Teens: Red Crass Rep. NHS: DECA: FBLA: Red Pep Squad: Y-Teens: Safe- FBLA: FHA: FTA: Chorus
Cross Rep.: Skating Club Teens: Bop Club
Vice-President, Bobby Alford, directed the sale ol football
Dollahite, Linda Dorris, Lewis E. Drake, Janice Duff, Bonnie
Business Radio and Television Disfribulive Educaiion Business
Y-Teens: FTA: FBLA: NHS VIC DECA FBLA: AY: FTA: Y-Teens
Dunawoy, Shirley Duncan, Romana Dunham, Judy Dyer, Eldon
Business Commercial Ari Casmeiology Business
FBLA: AY: Bop Club
Dyson, Bill Dyson, Gerald Early, Wanda Edson, Virgil
Auto Body Aeronaulics Business Machine Shop
VIC: Safe-Teens Safe Teens: Bond: FBLA, VIC, Skating Club
Jr. Red Cross Drum and Bugle Corps
ribbons that the students wore to help boost their team
Elliott, Sandra Ellis, Terry Ennis, Ray Escqlanle, Silver
Homemalcing Commercial Arl Wood Shop Print
Football VIC 60, Sgt.-ct Arms
VIC, Sgt.-At-Arms 'Bulldog' Staff
Espiricuetc, Sammy Esters, Bernice Everitt, Curtis Faudree, Dono
Welding Cosmetology Aeronautics Disrribulive Education
VIC l66, V. P., ROTC Pep Squdd: Skating Club VIC
Felon, Gloria Felton, Don Fillmore, Paul Flores, Dubi
Business Prinr Machine Shop Cosmelology
Football, Track, VIC, Chorus
FTA, VlC 60, V. P.
A first for the class of '60 was to decide
Forlenberry, Thomas Francis, Larry Franco, Alex Franks, Larry
Acedemic Machine Shop Auto Body Machine Shop
AY, Slrident Body Pres. VIC 'A' Bond
Frazier, Nita Freeman, Dcrold Frye, Barbara Frye, Naomi
Academic Machine Shop Cosmetology Business
Homecoming Queen, ROTC Officers Club Safe-teens, Red Cross:
Senior Class Rep., AY Drill Team Y-teens: Bowling: JY- ACl1
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Fuller. June Funderburk, Kathy Gage, Bill Guige, Barbara
Homernaking Business Prinl Business
Maiorelle-Drill Leader, AY, FBLA President Bulldog Staff, Co-editor of
Band, FHA: FBLA: Library ROTC Paper
to make enough money to pay for the diploma covers.
Gallegos, Rosemary Galvaz, Mary Helen Garcia, Elizabeth Garcia, Joe
Business Cosmetology Homemalcing Auto Mechanics
FBLAp Y-Teens, Safe Teens, Y-Teens FHA
Chorus, Jr. Achiev.,
Garner, Peggy Genador, Rebecca George, Sandra Gibbs, Pauline
Business Denial Asislance D.E. Cosmelology
FTA: FBLA, Y-Teens VIC 159, Sgt.-al-Arms,
Gibson, Judy Giddens, Gene Gonzales, Mary Gonzales, Salvador
Business Diesel Business Academic
Jr. Class Sec.: FTA VIC 605 NHSg Runner-Up
Best All Around
Vice-President, .lo Ann Couch, lweacled Il1e committee
Gossett, Joyce Graham, Jack Grant, Pai Green, Gary
Business Aeronautics Denial Assistance Diesel
FTA Student Coun., VIC 139, Rifle Team Cap.: Treas.
AY VIC l43p Jr, Red Cross
Green, James Gregory, Charles Griffin, lma Jean Grisham, Charles
Welding Wood Business Machine Shop
Basketball VIC Treas.p Skating Club
Guinn, Evelyn Gunter, Don Hall, Joyce Hamilton, Joyce
Business Auto Homemaking Business
VIC 76, Reporter National Honor Society
Pep Squad, Skating Club
in charge of the Christmas Carcl Sales.
Hamm, Billy Hancock, Rose Mary Hardin, Judy Harley, Charles
Academic Business Homemalring Business
Student Council, English
Who's Who, Mr. Talent '59
HUYPH, Wally Harris, Jacquelyne Marie Harville, Janice Harwood, Joyce
Print Academic Academic Homemaking
Football, Captaing Safe-Teens
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Hay, Tommy Hernandez, Dolores Herring, James Hickey, Donna
Machine Shop Business Diesel, Best All Around, Business
Red Cross Rep., Student VIC State Pres., Sr. Class
Council, FBLA, Y-Teens Pres., Annual Editor, FTA
More Christmas cards were sold this year than in any other
Hill, Bettye Hill, Naoma Hinman, Paul Hixcn, Shirley
Academic, Bowling Club, Dental Assistance Aeronautics, Cheerleader, Business
Skating Club, Y-Teens, AY Student Council, VIC 74, FTA, Student Coun., NHS
Bulldog Staff, FTA V-Pres.
Holley, Evo Holt, Patricia Hooks, Billy Hooper, Bonnie
Distributive Education Dislributive Education Dislributive Education Business, TALA
DE Club Sec. Red Cross Rep., Safe Teens Automotive Mechanics
Horton, Tom R. Howard, Martha Howard, Pat Hudgins, Allen
Radio and Television Business Business Photography
V-Pres. Sr. Classg AY, AY, DE Club Chorus, VIC
VIC Ch.6I V-Pres.
one year, thus assuring the purchase of diploma covers.
Huttoker, Allen Hughes, Vivian Hungerford, Annette Ingram, Sandy
Commercial Art Business Engineering Drafting Business
VIC Tres.: ROTC Staff NHS, Red Cross Rep. AY, Skating, Club 5 FTA, FBLA, Safe-Teens
Safe Teens Eng. Drafting-Wl1o's Who
Jacobs, Drucillo Jacobs, George Clark, Sharon Jarrett, Sue
Business Distributive Education Photography, Safe Teens
Diesel VIC, Safe Teens VIC, Y-Teens
Johnson, Carolyn Johnson, Mary Johnson, Norma Jean Johnston, Barbara
Academic Homemoking Business Denial Assistance
TALAp Skating Club:
Orchestra, Library Assist.
The Seniors conducted The election of a
Jones, Betty Sue Jones, Clarence A. Jones, James Joyner, Rose
Business Wood Shop Business DlS9filJUllVe Edvwfion
NHS Pres., FTA Sec., Bulldog Slaff DECA: FBLA: 5kUflf'9
Annual Staff Copy Ed. Club
Kelly, Aubrey Key, Bradley R. King, Jimmy Kirk, Joyce
Welding Business Auio Mechanics Business
VIC President Safe Teens, VIC 81 VIC 76 Treasurer
Kiriley, Bruce Knight, John Lomb, Paulo Langley, Carl Wayne
Print Wood Business Radio ond -Television
VIC Na. 60 Pres.: Annual NHS: FBLA: FTA: TALA: VIC No 61, Pres.: AY:
Soles Rep.: Boxing Club Skaiing Club: Pep Squod Bosketboll
Senior girl To reign as Queen on Homecoming Day.
Bowling Club: Soie4Teens:
Tech Bulldog Bus. Mgr.
Lemmon, Judy Lifsey, Ronald
FBLA: AY: Y-Teens: Safe-
Lobb, Mike Lang, Borboro Lopez, Romond Lopez, Velio
Disfribuiive Educolion Academic Auto Business
Sofe-Teens, Pres.: FBLA: VIC 181, V. P.
Youth for Traffic Sofefy
Loveless, Jo Ann McCcIlisten, Mary McClure, Maxine McDaniel, Rheba
Business, Skating Club Denial Assistance, VIC 59, Business
Pres., Y-Teens, Safe Teens Reporter
A Coronation was planned by a Senior Committee and
McDonald, Tami Lynn McGrath, Sharon McRimmcn, Sue Mocics, Suzanne
Dental Assist., Ranch Business, FBLA, Cosmetology, VIC 70 Commercial Art
Queen, Homecoming Duch- Chorus
ess, Y-Teens, Treas., VIC
Maganu, Dara Sinks, Jimmy Maner, Glenda Martin, Clara
Cosmetology, VIC 70, GAC Business, NHS, FBLA, Business, NHS, FBLA, AY
Rep., Bowling, Safe Teens Y-Teens, Safe Teens, AY Band, AY, Y-Teens, Safe-
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Martin, Jerry Martinez, Freddy Martinez, Joe Martinez, Ramona
Electrical, Safe Teens, VIC Print Welding, VIC I66 Cosmetology
Queen Nita Frazier was crowned at Homecoming Pep Rally.
Mossengale, Carolyn Matthews, Bobby Mayfield, Sharron Kay Medford, Ronald
Dental Assistance Commercial Art Cosmetology Radio and Television
'A' Band Chorus, FHA
Medina, Annie Medina, Encarnacion, Jr. Medlin, Marie Mendoza, Num
Cosmetology Print Business, TALA, FTA, FHA, Business, Newspaper Staff,
VIC Red Cross Rep., NHS, AY, Library Assistant Y-Teens, Volleyball Club
Who's Who in Moth Student Council
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Mercado, Helen Mercado, Josephine Meyer, Virginia Ann Miffleron, Neldon Ray
Cosmeiology Business Dental Assisiance Machine Shop
VIC Ch. 159 Pres.
No other Senior Class ever had so large a number
Miles, Bobbie Ann Miller, Dwight Miller, Johnnie Milligan, Gary
Business Auto Mechanics Radio and Television Aufo Mechanics
NHS: Exchange Editor, VIC Ch. 76 Supply Foreman: Annual VIC
Tech Bulldog Staff Rep., Red Cross Rep.
Mitchell, Cheryl Mitchell, Howard E. Molledu, Emileo Moore, Ben
Business Academic, ROTC Section Machine Shop Engineering Drafting
Ed.: V-Pres. Sr. Class, FTA VIC Ch. 62
Moose, Ted Morris, David G. Morris, Ron Morrison, Mike
Wood Shop Commercial Ari Radio and Television Engineering Drafiing
Soph. Favorite Disfribuiive Educafion
Track, Football, VIC
oi nominees for Most Popular boy and girl.
Morrow, Barbara Jean Morton, Charlotte Ann Muldrow, Mimi Munn, Charles P.
Business Homemaking Aeronautics Auio Mechanics
TALA, Y Teens, AY, FHA Reporter, VIC Ch. 76
Chorus AY, Bulldog Staff
Murray, Judy Maria Neeper, Sandra New, Ladenu Nichols, Shari
Business Business Business Business
FBLA: NHS FBLA, Y-Teens Studeni Coun. Rep., NHS: Y-Teens, AY: FBLA
Volleyball Team Library Assistani
Niehuhr, Valerie Nombrana, Freddy Norman, Bonnie Nugent, Carol Uiairbankxi
Business, FBLA, Skating Refrigeralion, VIC 'I60 Business Business
Club, Y-Teens Sec., Annual Sales Rep.,
Bop Club, ROTC 'ist Sgt.
A record number of run-offs was necessary before
O'Baugh, Brenda Obel, Oscar iSannyJ Odom, James Ornelas, Vera
Business Engineering Drafting Engineering Drafling Business
AY, Basketball, VIC FBLA, AY, Safe-Teens
Pacheco, George Patina, Frank Patterson, Bettye Payne, Juanita
Auto Body Print Shop Business Business, FTA,
Chorus Quintet, 'Starlets
Piercy, Betty Pipes, Philip T. Pirkle, Linda Pribble, Ann fNelsonJ
Business, FTA: AY: NHS: Cosmeiology Photography Business
FBLA: Chorus Wl1o's Who: VIC: Talent Show NHS: FBLA: AY: Skating
Librarian: Quintet 'Starlets' Club
the final selection oi Virginia Barbee ancl Leslie Burks.
Prugtt, Pqt Pruieh, Belle Pruieti, Gail Pulido, Robert
Buginggg Academic, FTA: FHA: VIC Business Academic
.ROTC Sponsor: V-Pres. Sweetheart, Auto Shop: FBLA National Honor Society
Sr. Class: FTA Pres.: NHS Cheerleader: Bulldog Staff
Quinonc, Daniel Quillin, Jeanne Sue Quinones, Emilie Ray, Judy
Homemalring Dislributive Educaiion Commercial Art
DECA: Safe Teens: Y-Teens VIC: Allied Youll!
ROY. Wynelle Reddell, Eddie Reed, Donald Renteria, Alice
Business Dislribulive Educafion Aura Mechanics Cosmeiology
VIC: Sgt. at Arms 8. Parlia-
After the ciosesi election in history oi classes, Belle Pruieti,
Rhoads, Tommy Richards, Ellen Richardson, Charlie Richardson, Kenneth
Phalography Cosmelology Wood Shop Commercial Art: Baseball:
ROTC Staff: VIC VIC: Baseball FTA: Who's Who Drafting:
NHS: Annual Staff
Richardson, Troy Riley, Velcla Rivera, Dolores Roddy, Barbara
Aufo Mechanics Business, FTA: AY: NHS: Business Cosmelology
Annual Staff Bus. Mgr. library Assistant: Soph. VIC
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Rodriguez, Frances Rodriguez, Riia Rodriguez, Tony Romo. Willie
Business Homemaking Auio Body Machine Shop
Student Council, FTA, FHA, Chorus VIC: Red CFOSS: Cl10fU5
FBLA, Red Cross Rep.
George Ross were runners-up as Most Popular Seniors.
ROSS. GGOYQE Rucker, Helen Russell, Clara J. Salazar, Maria M.
Machine Shop Business Homemalzing Cosmetology
Student Council, Sr. FTA, AY FHAp Skaiing Club Y-Teens
Sanchez, Gregory Sanders, Glen Sanders, Morris Santiago, Albert
Machine Shop Eleciriciiy Machine Shop Auio Body
ROTC VIC: Red Cross
Satcher, Jimmy Scruggs, Billy Scruggs, Sue Sears, Derma
Auto Mechanics Photography Commercial Art Academic
FTA: FBLA: VIC Ch. B1
Nominations lor Most Outstanding Senior boy and girl
Segrest, Judy Serrano, Faustina Sharp, Henry Sharp, Albert
Business Business Aeronautics Engineering Drafting
Chorus, Y-Teens: FBLA Football
Shaw, Pm Sharp, Patricia Shelton, Mazie Short, Deanna
Commercial Art Dental Assistance Cosmetology Business
VIC Pep Club: Skating Club Cheerleader, Bulldog Ed
Sec. FBLA Sec.: Sr. Class Rep.
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Shoup, Barbara Siluentes, Elma Simmons, Elaine Simmons, Vernon
Business Cosmetology Business Welding
Allied Youth, Sole-Teens Y-Teens: VICp Sale-Teens Volleyball Club, Office VIC 160 Reporter, Baseball
Personnel Basketball Manager, Band
lor their three years in Tech were made by the faculty.
Sims, Barbara Sisk, Jimmy Sisk, Johnny Skaggs, Linda
Distributive Educalion Aulo Mechanics Prinl Academic
DECA, Junior Red Crossg VIC 76 VIC
Skinner, Billy Smith, Donald Smith, Marie Smith, James C.
Dlslribulive Educalion Dislributive Educolion Business Radio and Television
VIC 61, FTA, DECA, FBLA: FTA: Jr. Red Cross VIC 61, Sgt. ai Arms,
Skating Club Sec. Br Treas.g sea. Council Track
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Smiflhklinda Smith, Rodney Smith. Scotty Smoot, Beverly
Business, Safe-Teens, Aeronautics, football, Refrigeration Cosmetology
Red Cross Rep. VlC Ch. 74, Red Cross Rep.
The Seniors nominated and the entire student body elected
Smoot, Juanita Snyder, Elizabeth Solis, Hope Sparks, Deanna
Homemaking Denial Assistance Cosmetology, Band, AY, Business
Y Teens, VIC Rep. AY, Safe-Teens
Spivey, Bobby Spracio, Joe Sprengel, Frances St. John, Kathy
Aeronautics Distributive Education Homemuking Cosmetology
Red Cross Rep., DE Club Safe-Teens, Bop Club, Jr.
Red Cross Rep., FHA
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Stacy, Peggy Stallcup, James Stennett, Billy Dale Stevens, David
Business Electric Shop Radio and Television Distributive Education
AY: Chorus Pres.: Student Council VIC 61 VIC Photographer: VIC
"Starlet" Quintet Rep.: D.E. Club Photo.
Deanna Sliort and James Herring as Most Outstanding.
Stevens, Richard Stewart, A. J. Stewart, Carolyn Stillwell, Weldon
Auto Body Aeronautics Academic Wood Shop
VIC 181, Reporter Band: Orchestra Wha's
Who: TALA: NHS
Stokley, Pat Stover, Calvin Swor, Donald Brent Talley, Roger
Business Diesel Distributive Education Print Shop
Soph. Class Sec.: Student FTA: VIC 'I43 V-Pres.: Sr. ROTC: Sale Teens: DECA:
Council: FTA: AY: Y-Teens: Council Rep.: DE Editor: Skating Club
Tawafer, Sandy Teague, Elaine Teague, Marilyn Thomas, Marcie
Disiribufive Educuiion Business Business Business
DECAQ Red Cross Rep., An- AY, Y-Teens, Safe Teens
nual Rep., DE Sweetheart Chorus, FBLA
Patrica Prueff and Salvador Gonzales were
Thompson, Joy Thornhill, Reber! M. Timmons, Loreha Tippen,s George
Business Dislribulive Educafion Business Aeronoulics
FBLA: FTA: Chorus Sec. AY, Safe-Teens, VIC Ch. 74
Torres, Jesse Torres, Yolanda Palma Trammell, Gail Trammell, Margaret
Disfribufive Educalion Cosmefology Business Homemaking
VIC V-Pres.: Y-Teens, FBLA, Sr. Council Rep. FHA
Safe-Teens, Bop Club, AY
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Truiillo, Alicia Truiillo, Annie Truiillo, Cora Truiillo, Raymond
Cosmetology Cosmelology Commercial Arf
Y-Teens,'VIC Club Y-Teens, VIC, AY Band
runners-up as Most Outstanding girl and boy.
Valle, Dolores Valle, Thomas Vance, Rosalyn Von Noy, Marion
Academic Prinf Shop Business Auto Body
Chorus AY: VIC 60: Bulldog Siaffp FHA
Vasquez, Gloria Vasquez, Joe Vasquez. Manuel Vasquez, Tony
Business Radio and Television Aufo Mechanics Commercial Ari
Vedder, Charlea Velosquez, Rosie Wade, Louise Wakefield, George
Commercial Ari Business Cometology Auto Mechanics
The two big social events, the Prom and the Banquet,
Walker, Kathleen Walraven, Martha Walters, Martha Waters, Dorothy
Business Business Business Homemaking
FBLA: Pep Squad: Chorus, Volleyball Team Pep Squadp Safe-Teens FHA Porliomentarian
Wedel, Donald Neil Weems, Johnnie Welty, Theta Werland, Joel W.
Engineering Drafting Business Business Engineering Drafling
Red Cross Rep.: VIC Treos. NHSg Pep Squad Treas.g Annual Staffg Sr. Class VIC V-Pres.p ROTC Sec
Skating Club Pres., FBLA Teas.: FTA Dist. 5 Treas. Lt.: Jr. Red Cross Rep.
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West, Elva Marie Whetsel, Barbara White, Linda White, Nan
Business Cosmetology Business Cosmetology
NHS, FBLA, FTA, AY, VIC 70, Alternate Cheer-
Bancl: Student Council leader
were believed to be the most successful ever.
Whitley, James T. Whitmire, Dolores Wilcoxson, Bill Wilhelm, Mike
Automotive Mechanics Business Wood Shop Machine Shop
ROTC Drill Team, NHS NHS Sec., FBLA, Jr. Class VIC 62, Reporter, ROTC
Reporter Staff Officer
Williams, Jimmy Williams, Peggy Ann Wilson, Dole Wilson, Sandra
Photography Distributive Education Aeronautics Business
VIC District Officer, DECA Jr. Red Cross Pres., VIC 74 FTA, Chorus
Baseball Pres., Sr. Class V-Pres., AY
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Witte, Phillip Wood, Joe Woocl, Patsy Jayne Woods, Frank
Pllolography Diesel Business Commercial Arf
VIC 81, ROTC Staff, ROTC Baskelball, Baseball, VIC FBLA, Safe-Teens, Jr. Red
Drill Team, ROTC Officer Crass, Student Council
lStarligl1Iers' lurnislwecl dance music at the Senior Banquet
Woolley, Karen Wortham, Ronald Wyche, Carolyn Wylie, J. T.
Homemalcing Aeronaufics Business Academic
AY, Safe-Teens, FTA, VIC, FLBA, AY, Safe-Teens, NHS
Zamaripa, Jerry Zamorano, Carmen Cure, Bobby Stephens, Jimmy
Machine Shop Business Print Shop Pholography
VIC 62 Vice President, Band, Safe-Teens VIC 60 Secretary
Jr. Red Cross, Football Bulldog Staff
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Each department is honored with a Who s Who
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Tommy Whiiley I
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These capable personalities have excelled in their fielcl
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' Billy Hamm '
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Who's Who in Bio-
Who's Who in Engi-
For three year courses the competition is lceener
Who's Who in Com-
Who's Who in Home-
Who's Who in Gra-
Who's Who in Auto
Who's Who in Math-
l Who's Who in Diesel
It is very difficult to select the most outstanding
Who's Who in ROTC
Who's Who in Den-
Who's Who in Weld-
Who's Who in Speech
Who's Who in His-
Who's Who in Wood
in Business and English departments, tests become necessary
Who's Who in Physi-
Who's Who in Busi-
Who's Who in Pho-
Who's Who in Physi-
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Many other honors are given to senior students.
Other honors received by seniors ore the DAR, which was given to Virginia Barbeeg ond the Danforth
awards, which was presented to Theto Welty and George Ross.
Belle Pruett was chosen to represent Tech at the Arlington State
Coronation of their Queen. Leslie Burks was her escort.
Some are for social and some lor special achievements
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Judy Ann Ware was presented the Thom McAn award Billy Hamm was also honored with the Thom McAn
for outstanding leadership. award for outstanding leadership.
Runner-Up for Junior
Jo Ann Perry
Runner-Up for Junior
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Mr. Arthur Rhea
Mrs. Lillian Mobley
Sponsors and officers plan for active Junior year.
Officers are Jo Ann Perry, Secreiaryg Mary Burley, Repcrrerg Pot Cumpou, Treasurer: Richard Hun
gerford, Presidenry and Beverly Sykorc, Vice-President.
The election of class officers got plans under way for the year.
Linda Andrews '
Martha Ashby l
Mary Helen Avina
Mary Helen Ayala
Halloween will be long remembered because of the All
James Roy Bough
James Ray Bowen
School Carnival which was attended by twelve hundred
KXOL s George Carlin was M. C. for the dance on Carnival
Mary Lou Cisueros
Clara Nell Conner
Billy Joe Corbin
night. It resembled old New Orleans during the Mardi Gras
Virginia Faye Curry
Sandra Lynn Darby
Donald Ray Dean
Clement delu Cruz
Johnny A. Diaz
Wherever one looked he could lind enthusiastic members of
Tim Faraday Elkins
this class doing their share toward promoting school spirit
Cecil G. Fuqua
Sharon Denton, Jo Ann Perry, Carol Stout, ancl Mike Cholcas
Sarah Jane Gilbert
Judy Kay Grimes
cheered the Bulldogs although the odcls were against them
Mary Alice Harder
Jo Ann Perry, football sweetheart, was presented a gold
football necklace by the team at an assembly program
Sandra Kay Hutson
Bobbi Gayle Ivy
Joyce Ann Jones
Richard Hungerford and Ted Hardisty proved themselves
Ado Jane Kirbo
Patricia Ann Kuehl
John La Hood
outstanding by being chosen captains of the football team
Gloria Jo Lazo
Willie E. Lowery, Jr.
The end ol football season brought the pleasant news that
Dwight Lynn Madclux
Richard Hungerford had been selected All-District End
Jimmy Lee Maxwell, Jr.
Tami Dane Miller
Arthur B. Molinor
Winning third place in the Magazine drive, the class added
William R. Myres
ninety-eight dollars to its treasury.
Martha Jean Pate
Sharon Kay Perritt
Tomy Jean Owens
Ja Ann Perry
The top award in the magazine drive wenl to Sue Leddy
Charna Lee Ray
Ruby Dean Reid
Ellis Reyero Jrr
Sharon Denton, was chosen V.l.C. Club Sweetheart of district
ln a paniomlne io wla
n Shoes and Pink Shoe Laces," Sue
Lheo Rhea Soylors
H. C. Schooley
Virgil Sellers V"
Leddy won the title of uMiss Talent" in the Talent Show
Tray W. Short
Elsie Mae Smurf
Sherry McKee and James Walker, brought honor to the class
by being chosen as Miss FBLA ancl Mr. FBLA.
The highlight ot all Junior activities was the Junior-Senior
Dan Van Dever
Jo Ann Waldrop
Eddie Vernon Walton
Prom at River Crest Country Club.
Mary Ann Watson
Ronald Dee Winn
The year I959-1960 was a busy one for the Junior Class
Mrs. Virginia Amos
Mr. Jessie Benner!
Mrs. Emaline Johnson
Leaders of the 1959-'60 Sophomore Class
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Officers are Wanda Schooley, Secrelcryp Mary McClure, Reporterp Teddy Shearer, Presidenig Jewel
Eokins, Vice'Presiden!g and Lindo Herring, Treasurer.
Mary Carolyn Adams
Class elecled Ted Shearer as President, Jewel Eakin as Vice
Allen G. Alexander
Ray B. Armand
Presiclenl, Linda Herring as Treasurer, Wanda Schooley as
Jerry D. Baccus
Secretary, ancl Jackie Miller as Representative. Mrs. Amos,
Joe C. Beck
Ouida F. Bell
Sandra K. Bishop
La Vada A. Blanton
Mrs. Johnson ancl Mr. Bennell served as sponsors. Sophomore
Jerry K. Bolt
Mary A. Brooks
A. L. Burney
Class provided outstanding participants in basketball, football
Rose Ann Caraway
Jo Ann Calhcart
Madeline Cha zarrela
track, and baseball. Won second place in Magazine Drive
Mary Helen Chazarreta
Pedro T. Chazarrelc
L. J. Childs
Mary Beth Chollar
Robert Cornelius '
with Total earnings of one hundred and twenty-two
Glenda Jean Cross
dollars and seventy-five cents.
Carol Ann Day
Ignacio Del Toro
Clyde Denton, Jr.
Jerry C, Dorrough
Magic booth sponsored by Sophs ai Carnival with a
Joe A. Enrique:
Jock D. Evridge
Casileberry Junior acting as magician. Also ai Carnival
had drawings lor Memory Lane Scrapbooks and the current
Jo Dean Gertz
Arturo Gonzales, Jr.
Eva Eileen Gray
popular records. Safe Teen's membership greatly
Frank Grubbs, Jr.
increased by active Sophomores. Sophs serve as assistants
to major ollices and as officers in Vocational lnclusirlal Clubs
William L. House
La Vonne Hudson
Donna Jo Hulsey
ol Texas. A service class-took gills to Lena Pope Home
Elsie Rae Jones
Soph girls participated in FBLA Parlimentary Procedure Team
louis D. Jones
Kenneth Wayne Kirkland
Mary Helen Cruppman
Sophomore girls among the highest in NOMA Spelling Test
Daniel L. Law
Jerri Ann Leito
For the first time the Annual Staff has been fortunate enough to
have Soph members who have hacl experience in Journalism
Jimmy R. Maxwell
ancl Yearbook work from Junior High. The .lournallsm Stall
Mary Ann Monlalvq
Jo Ann Moss
chose Hilda Ashcrafl, a Sophomore, as Calendar Girl in
November to represent Thanksgiving. Sophomore class
Reba Owens l
Dorothy Jean Pate
makes money by selling scraploooke as their proiect.
Ted Perez. Jr.
Linda Kaye Pike
Mary Ann Posey
Mary Joanna Power
Bette La Dean Price
New cheerleaders, Olivia ancl Jackie, boosted school spirit
Jo Mac Rahy
Ted Shearer and Eileen Gray were elected Class favorites.
i Linda Renfro
Phyllis Butler Richards
Virginia Alice Rivera
W 3 George Robbins
N Minzecr Robison
Burnie D. Roberson
Elizabeth Ann Rodriguez
The counselours gave intelligence tests in all Sophomore
Mary Annette Rui
Lynn Ray Russell
The class closecl its year by lroliclcing at a picnic.
T, V. Sellers
For the first time soph proiects were entered in VIC chapters
Students new to Tech were given appitucle tests to
Cecil Wayne Tennison
determine if they were in the right course.
Judy Faye Tittle
Mary Alice Torres
Twenty sophs were initiated into the National Honor Society
Betty Lau Valdez
English classes early in the fall.
D. A. Wallace
The results of the testing program showed the l959-'60
Jerry Sue Wright
J. T. Young
Sophomore Class to be very outstanding.
Mary Stella Zamora
La Farris Zollinger
WERE YOU PARTICIPATING?
Holding state offices in their respective clubsp James Herring, State President of VIC:
Roger Price, State President of DE, and Carol Stout, Vice-President of FBLA make
the school proud that it has such statewide recognition.
Vocational Industrial Clubs
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Future Teachers of America
Future Business Leaders of Ame
Future Homemakers of Americ
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Print Shop-V.l.C. Chapter 60
Sweetheart, Olivia Oliphont: Pres., Bruce Kirtley: Sec.,
Benny Hudson: V-Pres., Don Felton: Treos., Bobby Cure:
Sgt.-at-Arms, Silver Escalonte: Rep., Carey Beck Knot
Refrigeration-VIC Chapter 160
Sec., Freddy Nombrana: Sweetheart
Mary Barley: V-Pres., Teddy Shearer:
Pres., Lindell Johnson: Rep., Eugene Skil-
es: Sgt.-At-Arms, Freddy Holtzclaw lnot
The largest club in Tech this year is the
Auto-Body-VIC Chapter 181
Rep., Richard Stephens: Sweetheart, Sharon Den-
ton: Pres., Woody Mitchell: Sec., Arman Booth:
V-Pres., Raymond Lapel: Sgt.-ot-Arms, Jimmy
Waits lnat picturedl
Aeronautics-VIC Chapter 74
Sgt.-at-Arms, Ronald Wortham: Sec, Ted Hardisty:
Sweetheart and Treas., Sharon Gaza: V-Pres.,
Clilf Arnspiger: Rep., Paul Hinman: Pres., Dale
Wilson lnot pictured:
Machine-V.l.C. Chapter 62
Treas., Charles Grisham, Pres. Mack Jenkins, Sweetheart,
Nelda Cunningham, Rep., Alvis Cox, Sec., Leslie Burks,
Sgt.-AtAArms, Wade Thomas, V. Pres., Jerry Zamaripa.
Welding-V.l.C. Chapter 168
Treas., Mike Shurtleff, Sweetheart, Carol Stout,
Sec., James Green, Pres., Aubrey Kelly, Rep., Vernon
Simmons, V. Pres., Sammy Espiricueta, Sgt.-at-arms,
Jeff Dunham lNot picturedl
Vocational Industrial Clubs of Texas.
Engineering Drafting-V,l.C, Chapter 64
Joel Wereland, Sweetheart, Barbara Burkleo,
Rep., Larry Barger, Treas., Donald Wedel, Sgt.-
At-Arms, John Paprskar, Sec., Annette Hungerford,
Pres., Mike Morrision.
Mill and Cabinet-V.l.C. Chapter 66
Rep., Johnny Griffin, Sweetheart, Tammy McDonald
Sgt.-At-Arms, Ray Ennis, Pres., Ted Moose, Treas.
Weldon Stillwell, V. Pres., Mike Chokas.
Sponsor Orton Hambyg Treasurer Jackie Hughesg President Jimmy Ste-
phensp Reporter Lois Bowler: Sgt.-at-Arms Jimmy Williams: Sweetheart
Sandra Wickershomg V. Pres. Jimmy Crocker: Secretary Adella Reyna.
Auto Mechanics VIC Chapter 76
Sponsor Mr. Chollarg Sgt.-at-Arms Able Garcia: Pres
Wayne Atchison: Sec. Jimmy Kingg V. Pres Daniel
Photography VIC Chapter 81 Qulnones-
VIC is becoming one of the better youth clubs oi the state
Cosmetology VIC Chapter 70
Treas. Nelda Hall: Pres. Bobbye Alford: Sgt.-at-Arms Suzy
Booth: V. Pres. Yolanda Torres: Reporter Mary Barley: Sec.
and Television VIC Chapter
ter Fulton Cookg V. Pres. Tom Horton: Pres. Carl
Langley: Sgt.-at-Arms Jim Smith: Sec. Joy Beavers:
Diesel VIC Chapter 143
Pres. Allen Brooks: Sweetheart Nita Frazier: Treas. Gary Greeny Rep. Robert Leonard:
Sgt.-at-Arms George Fendergrassg Sect. Micky Mims.
Plans are being formed for a national orginization ol VICQ
Dental Assistants VIC Chapter 159 Y
Pres. Virginia Meyer: V. Pres. Rebecca Gena-
dorg Sect. Lynn McDonaldy Treas. Patricia
Sharp: Rep. Maxine McClure: Sgt.-at'Arms Pat
Commercial Art VIC Chapt. 88
V. Pres. Virginia Barbeeg Sgt.-at-Arms Terry Ellis: Treas, Allen Huf-
fakerg Pres. Kenneth Richardson: Rep. Patsy Bretonp Sect. and sweet-
heart Pat Shaw Knot pictured!
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Shown at left: The leadership of the three
sponsors, Mr. O'Connor, Mr. Greathouse,
and Mr. Bentley, has aided in making this
year's Student Council the most success-
ful in many years.
This active student council did many things for the students
Interest in Student
Council is shown by the
large attendance at
Mike Morrison, V.P.:
Carol Stout, Sec., Tho-
mas Fortenberry, Pres.,
Dole Dohlberg, Rep.,
and Mike Chokas, Puri.,
led the Student Council
in their activities.
linda White, Dale Dahlberg,
Velia Lopez, Belle Pruiett,
2nd Jay Beavers, Ladina New,
Patsy Wood, Pat Grant, James
Green, Shirley Hixon, Paul Hin-
3rd Thomas Fortenberry, Mike
Morrison, Billy Hamm, Clifton
Arnspiger, Weldon Stillwell,
George Ross. '
Including music lor the lunchroom and movies lor the school.
Shari Lester, Deloras Henderson,
Sharon Denton, Carol Stout,
2nd : Benny Hudson, Susie
Booth, Jane Holland, Larry Jones
Clement Dela Cruz, Ruben Per-
3rd: Mike Chokas, Glen Haf-
ele, Mickey Mims, Wayne law,
Peggy Scruggs, Mary Beth
Chollar, Johnnie Hughes, Virgin-
ia Clark, Sharon Needham,2nd:
LaRue Mantooth, Mary Jura,
Sylvia Saviuda, Olivia Oliphant,
3rd: Jackie Burns, Janet Story,
Joan Griffin, Carmen Cordova.
National Honor Society leaders were as follows:
Sherry McKee, Treusurerp Pat Pruitt, Reportery Betty
Sue Jones, Presidentg Virginia Barbee, Secretaryy -
and Joy Beavers, Vice President. Last sernester's
secretory, Delores Whitmire, is pictured below.
Thirty-two new members initiated into NHS this spring.
N.H,S. was led through the competent work of
Miss McRoberts, Mr. McElroy, and Mrs. Turner.
Initiation Speech to welcome
new members is given by
Betty Sue Jones, President.
sponsors: N.H.S. officers ond members are very proud of
their emblem and what it stands tor.
lst- Dan Stewart, Brad Williamson,
Thomas Fortenberry, Jay Beavers, En-
2nd-Clara Martin, Glenda Manor,
Shari Nichols, Virginia Barbee, Joyce
Hamilton, Johnnie Weems, Linda Doll'
3rd-Kenneth Richardson, Paula Lamb,
Linda White, Shirley Nixon, Bobbie
Miles, Judy Murray, Velia Lopez
4th-James Herring, Pat Pruett, Betty
Piercy, Joyce Baker, Betty Sue Jones,
Sth-Dale Wilson, Frances Wilson,
Frances Rodriquez, Doris DeVae, Peg-
gy Carey, Carolyn Stewart
6th-Salvador Gonzales, Robert Pulido,
members nominated John C. Freemont for national hall of lame
lst-Janet Dickey, Wanda Schooley,
Martha Ames, Charlene Daniels, Hilda
2nd-Linda Ezell, Judy Helton, Mary
Fox, Jewel Eakin, Shirley O'Brien,
3rd-Margarette Searcy, Joyce Ann
Barbee, Jerry Sue Wright, LaRue Man-
toath, Johnnie Hughes, Jackie Earwoocl
4th-Jackie Miller, Noel Gage, Michael
Cunningham, Pedro Valle
lst-Paulette Williams, Susan Watchaus, Wanda Funderburgh,
Judy Grimes, Eunice Reitz
2nd-Brenda Joyce, Josie Trujillo, Gloria Danie, Sue Leddy, Ella
Jo Chance, Carolyn Eaton, Sharon Perritt, Lonna Forrest,
3rd-Cecil Knight, Jo Ann Perry, Nelly Cabello, Ann Pigford,
Rena Lester, Barbara Hampton, Darlene Campbell, Sherry Mce
Kee, Johnny Alvarado
4th-Glenn Hatele, John Tiffany, Danny Ballew, Billy King, Rob-
ert Chenault, Wayne Law, Cecil Fuqua, Jo Mieczynski, Charles
The leaders of the numerous activities sponsored by FTA were Billy
Hamm, Treas.p Betty Sue Jones, Sec.p Pat Pruett, Pres.: and Paul Hin-
man, V. Pres.
Theta Welty has served as Treasurer for District 5
FTA this past year.
Future teachers instructecl classes for experience.
Billy Scruggs and Virginia Burbee were selected
to represent Tech for the S1000 State FTA scholar-
ship. Virglllld is first Glierrtdie fOr ii. The gpqnggrg fgr FTA warg Mfg, Thgmpggn and
Miss Pickens. Asst. officers were Lonna For-
rest, Sherry McKee, and Linda Herring.
Some of the members who attended the FTA initiation were Front: Sherry McKee, Mary Fox, Lonna
Forrest, Betty Martin, Peggy Scruggs, Martha Ames, Betty Piercy, Center, Sandra Bennett, Marie
Smith, Dorthy Watts, Linda Ezell, Shirley Hixon,.luanita Payne, Judy Helton, Betty Sue Jones, Back:
Pat Pruett, Billy King, Billy Scruggs, Mrs. Thompson, Paul Hinman, James Herring, Jesse Maldonado,
and Calvin Stover.
FTA sponsored Valentines Day for students ancl teachers
Shirley Hixon really keeps the attention of Paul Hin-
man and Sherry McKee as she serves punch as the in-
Everyone had a grand time eating at the Hickory House during the
State Convention in Denton. Here Sandra Bennett, Pat Pruett, and Theta
Welty are really enioying their food. -
The following officers led FBLA in its activities: Pres. Beverly Sykorap Vice-Pres.,
Carol Stoutp Sect,, Deanna Shorty Trecls., Jo Ann Perry: Rep., Pat Campaug Hisl.,
Betty Bauman: Parl., Sherry McKee.
The sponsors this year were Mrs. Annice M
Jchn and Miss Velma B. Parker,
Tech's Future Business Leaders of America placed second in l
Pat Chenault, one at the outstanding members of
FBLA last year, took time off from her busy sched-
ule at TCU to speak to the new members.
The new members this year showed great enthusiasm.
One nt the main highlights everyone looks forward
to is the night spent in a N.T.S.C. dorm during the
State Convention. Here Virginia Barbee, Linda
Herring, Linda Wright, Betty Martin, and Mrs. Jahn
enioy themselves before retiring for the night.
The luggage Jerry Bolt carries is
ttypical of that carried by all the
students. She and five other FBLA-
ers came in 2nd place in Parlia-
Carol Stout, one of our leading FBLA
members, was elected State Secretary
for the coming year.
Parliamentary Procedure al the state convention.
Sherry McKee and James Walker repre-
sent Tech's FBLA chapter at the District
Convention as Mr. 8. Miss FBLA.
Kathy Funderburk and Clara Martin have been great
help by heading committees. They and Betty Bauman
are 3 year FBLA members.
Showing the creed, colors, motto and flowers ol
F.H.A. are Wanda Funderburgh ond Sharon
The officers in FHA this year were: Parl., Dorothy Waters: Treos., Clark-
Sandy Lanier: Sec., Loyce Everett: Pianist, June Fuller: Sgt.-at-
Arms, Sharon Clark: Pres., Jeneatha Jones: Mrs. Turner: Vice-
Pres., Charlsie Rice: Second Pianist, Judy Coats.
The FHA set their goals uToward New Horizons."
Below: Clara Russell, Charlotte
Goode, Joyce Tinar, Charlotte
Above: Charlotte Goode, Clara
Russell, Mary Johnson, and Rita
Rodriquez are making dolls tor
Morton, and Judy Coat: are
practicing the F.H.A. song.
Above: James Herring, Joyce Tinar,
and Charlotte Morton plan to leave
for state convention.
For once the DE officers are taking it easy. They
are as follows: Eva Holly, Sec., Darlene Campbell,
Asst. Trees., Sandy Tawater, Rep., Sharon Blevins,
Asst. Sec., David Stevens, Photo., Eddie Redclell,
Parl.: Brad Williamson, Treas,g Roger Price, Pres,g
Mike Lobb, Asst. V. Pres., Harold Collins, V. Pres.
State D.E. President, Roger Price and Mrs. Grace, D.E. Sponsor, pose ,
with Bill McCurdy, who was guest speaker for Career Day this Spring. t
Among the other honors, Roger Price is DE State Presiclent.
Rebecca Green, DECA Sweetheart, is shown here dis-
cussing some merchandise with her supervisor Mrs.
Delores Carter and Raymond Stevens, Tech's tirst
D. E. President, discuss material an her ich.
Jory Walden, nationally famous
singer, has entertained for AY at
several of its functions.
Congressman Wright chats with Sue Leddy, Pat Pruett, Mack Jenkins, Frank
Crow, and Theta Welty.
Congressman Wright, presented by Allied Youth,
Mock Jenkins, Sharon Denton, Sue leddy, ond Carl Langley
paint posters for AY booth at carnival.
Congressman Jim Wright-
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AY aflicers are Frank Crow, V.P.g Sue
Bateman, Finance Chmg Sue Lecldy, Soc-
ial Clam.: Theta Welty, V.P. in charge of
Pub.: Mary Barley, Reporter: and Mack
AY is very proud of the great work its sponsors have done this year. The
sponsors are Mr. Willingham, Mrs. Vaughan, and Mr. Wilcox.
spoke to the student body on Abraham Lincoln's birthday.
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Sometime the unexpected happens. Here Belle Pruiett and Nita
Frazier were iust 2 of those who were dressed "in
style" lar the Halloween Carnival.
"Where there's a will, there's a way." Sue Ledcly and Theta
Welty had a guy time recruiting new AY members in their
Officers and Sponsors this year
were: Pres. Billy Hamm: Mrs. DiGia-
vannip V. Pres. Pat Campaug Mr.
Bennett: SGCY.-TTECIS. Dale Dahl-
Eighteen students participated in Safe-Teens driving Road-eo
Mrs. DiGiovanni, Sherry McKee, Virginia Bar-
bee, Mike Lobb, Larry Bowers, Wayne Athey,
and Billy Hamm attended the Youth for Safety
Traffic Conference at T.C.U.
The winners of the driving road-eo were: ist: Glenn Haf-
elep 2nd, Bernay Corneliusg 3rd. Ronald Worfham.
This group of the Skating Club have really had a Officers al the Skating Club are Sharon-Barfield
grand time. They are Sharon Barfield, George Pen- Treasurer, Jo Ann Loveless, Pres., Janis Hager, V
dergrass, Jerry Bolt, Janis Hager, Jo Ann Love- Pres.pand Marilyn Krause, Sec.
less, Paul Hinman, Thomas Carter, Marilyn Drause,
and Donna Huxley.
The Skating Club rolls through another successful year.
Sharon Barfield thinks that four feet are better
This group ol Skating Club members are a!l set to take off as soon as Mrs. Batey,
the sponsor, arrives.
Tech's Junior Red Cross officers are Leta Bruce, V-Pres., Pat Campau, Reporter,
Marie Smith. Sec.-Trees., and Dale Wilson, President.
Red Cross sponsors, Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs
Dale, have done an excellent iob in leoding the
club through another successful year
Red Cross members tied for lirst place in district attendance
These are some of the representa-
tives pictured at the right:
J. Beavers, F. Blocker, A. Booth,
S. Brown, L. Brown, P. Compou,
F. Cook, R. Courtney, S. Crowder,
G. Cross, S. Crouch, B. Dognell,
C. Daniels S. Denton J. Dicke
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S. Edmundson, L. Ezell, B. Faulkner,
B. Godbey, J. Griffin, L. Harris,
M. Hart, J. Helton, B, Howell,
A. Hungerford, G. Keller,
J. Logan, M. McClure, E. Medina,
J. Mieczynski, J. Morris
M. Mowry, J. Noble, D. Pierce,
F. Roclriquez, J. Rodriquez,
J. Sain, G. Sanders, M. Smith,
R. Smith, R. Stephens, C. White,
B. Wilcoxson, J. Wood, D. A. Wol-
loce, J. Wright, R. Yborra, D. Wil-
son, M. Young, J. Zomiripa.
The officers this year were: Trees. Vel-
ia Lopez: Pres. Sue Ledclyg Reporter
Sherry McKeey Sec. Patty Kuehl.
Right: Miss Hays, Mrs. Murphy, and Mrs.
Poe were the sponsors of Y-Teen this year.
Below: Three ofthe Y-Teen members lock
over some of the magazines donated for
the magazine drive. '
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for the student-faculty volleyball game.
early The new president, Sue Leddy, started her term with suggestions for
service projects to be carried out for the year.
Mrs. Batey, TALA's sponsor, and Diana Hackney, District 7 Sec-
retary, look through the TALA scrapbook.
Diana Hackney represents TALA as secretary for district.
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An inspiration to all attending was
initiation of the new district officers.
One of the outstanding features ot o
convention is the banquet. Here Mrs.
Batey is presented with an orchid by
the club members.
The NHS officers welcome all new members at the
At all the conventions, there is Mrs. Batey, our librarian, span.
ploy along with the work.
sored two clubs this year: TALA
and the Skating Club.
In general, all ol the organizations had an enioyable year.
Many honors and awards were awarded
this year. Here Glenn Hafele is presented
his trophy for the Safe-Teen Road-eo.
One of the highlights of the FBLA Con-
vention was the banquet. Below
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WERE YOU DRILLING?
Presenting the colors for all parades and reviewsg Billy Burt, Bob Hmze, Robert Brewer
and Donald Savage are representatives of the ROTC.
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The credit for the success of the Bottle Group should be given to Sgt.
Caldwell. Without his leadership and guidance, we would not have had
an outstanding unit. His expert coaching of the rifle team has won Tech
notional fame. Again this year, Tech has won the Honor Star. All of this
was through the efforts of Sgt. Caldwell.
Sgt. Ross, the assistant commandant, is Sgt.
CaIdwell's right hand mon. Without his co-
operation and support, Sgt. Coldwell could
not have devoted as much time to the Bat-
tle Group as he l1os.
ROTC spends eventful and successful year recruiing
Mrs. Murphy, the faculty sponsor of R.O.T.C., is the one who is responsible
for the morale of the corps. She, along with the student sponsors, give
parties and social events for the cadets. We feel that this year, Mrs.
Murphy has done the best iob yet.
Honorary Cadet Major
Battle Group Sponsor
Dionne Allision Betty Bauman Linda Brelon Pa! Clark
Honorary Cade! Lt. Col. Honorary Cadet Major Honorary Cadet Major Honorary Cade! Major
new cadets lor largesl corps in llwe cily. Tlne battle
Pat Prueft Ella Jo Chance Sherry Lester Eileen Gray
Honorary Cadet Major Honorary Cadet Major Honorary Cadet Major Honorary Code! Major
Bottle Group Commander
Howard Mitchell is the man that runs the corp. Always in
the past Tech has had a very good R.O.T.C. unit. This year,
however, we feel that we have on exceptionally good corp.
The fine leadership and accurate "on the spot" decisions of
Col. Mitchell made this year's corp what it is. It will take a
very sharp cadet to replace Col. Mitchell for the next year's
group nominated Dianne Allison for All-City Princess
Cadet Lt. Colonel
Deputy Battle Group Commander
This is the first year a Deputy Battle Group Commander
has been chosen. Aside from his normal duties as captain
of the Rifle Team, he must control the Battle Group in the
absence ofthe Battle Group Commander. Gary has fulfilled
this new position with honor.
Codei L1. Colonel
Buttle Group Ex.
al the All-City Dance.
The school purchased
Ccxdet Muster Sgt
UA" Rifle Team
lst Row: Charles Stokes, Kenneth Moss, Gary Green, Kenneth Stockton, Don Collins
2nd Row: Melvin Huff. Bob Hinze. Kellum Wetzel, Don Caldwell, Kenneth Hill
fifty springfield l.O3 rifles for the Drill Team.
lst Row: Donald Connolly, Ronald Stevens, Royce Wilson, James Hollingsworth, James
Usrey, Noel Gage
2nd Row: Joe Rodgers, Alton Burney, Put Morrison, Wayne Rudolph, Robert Curtis, Joe
B Rifle Team
Drill Team Officers: Kenneth Stockton, Dianna Allison lst Squad: Burger, Short, Sharp,
Stomp, Gertz, Snow, Hilburn, Sellers, Rodgers
2nd Squad: Wilhelm, Savage, Johns, Brewer, Simmons, Brister, Place, Holt, and Hilemon
3rd Squad: Waggoner, Freman, Zumwalt, Donoho, Harvey, Golsby, Dodson, Sellers,
Tayler, Jenkins, Sanchez
The Rille Team wins City Championship. The Battle Group
Philip Whitte, Provost Marsholl
Officers: Dale Wilson, A, J. Stewart, Paul Hinmclng lst Squad: Rufus Ybarra, Glenn Sand-
ers, Nuel Gage, Fulton Cook, Jackie Miller, Micheal Cunningham, 2nd Squad: Louis
Ritchey, Delano Wallace, Tom Garcia, David Evriclge, Willis Youngg 3rd Squad: Linclell
Johnson, Bobby Curtis, Raymond Serrano, William Tarwater, Carl Stark, lst Sgi. Bill
Gage, Guidon Bearer: David Cox
is visited by Lt. Colonel Moore from Fortlw Army Hqs.
Honorary Cadet Maier
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Officers: Pat Clark, Albert Blumenthal, lst Squad: Lester Hoerig, Douglas Hilbun, Dan
Vandever, Tim Elkins, Said Gonzales, Don Adams, 2nd Squad: John Alvarado, Jimmy
Flippin, George Robbins, James Maxwell, Thomas Wippert, 3rd Squad: Paul Giles, Pat
Murray, John Hutchinson, Dan Wilson, Raymond Haney, 4th Squad: Charles Powell,
Melton Taylor, Michael Foster, Robert Simmons, William McAlister, Guidon Bearer,
The Rille Team went to Missou ri to compete in the
Cade' CC'P'C'i" Cadet Ist Lt.
Albert Blumenthal James Whiplgy
Maier Pat Clark
Officers: Salvador Gonzales, Pat Pruett, Larry Burger, Darolal Freeman: lst Squad: Billy
Zumwult, Larry Woodruff, Joe Riggs, Ulis Dodson, Gary Sharp, .lack Randell, Michael
Poteet, 2nd Squad: George Pendergrass, Glen Wright, Larry Tate, Douglas Allen, Ray-
mond Ayala, Bobby Rankin, 3rd Squad: Douglas Snow, Olin Ozee, Wayne Rudolph,
Norman Nickleson, Billy Stegall, Joe Fells, 4tl1 Squad: Bill Webb, Tracy Lacy, Joe Beck,
Jerry Davis, Joe Rodgers, William Mertzp Back Row: Joe Werland, James Usery, Arlie
Cornelius, Clyde Carter, Albert Sharp
25th annual indoor rille matches at Camp Perry
Honorary Cadet Major
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Officers: James Stamp, Don Stewart, Sammy Espiricueta, lst Squad: Allen Huffaker, Odis
Donaho, Jimmy Bugg, Frank Woods, Lee Gordon, James Hollingsworth, Michael Richard-
son, Kenneth Evartt, Donald Connolly, 2nd Squad: Timmy Sain, Clarence Johns, Tesse
Benson, Jerry Bivens, Leslie Holt, Richard Carr, William Ferguson, David Crownover,
Gary Barton, 3rd Squad: Johnny Stanley, Marvin Fitzgerald, Jimmy Reed, Raymond
Flores, Raymond Gonzales, Jimmy Drew, Bill Harvey, Clifford Crofton, 4th Squad: Joe
Mieczynskie, Milton Johns, Billy Hileman, Kenneth Allred, Robert Jeter, Jerry Dillenger,
Vester Venable, Walter Fenn, Back Raw: Stanley Gertz, Ernest Brister, Jimmie Bell,
Military Acaclemy. The Cadet Corps compiled, editecl,
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Officers: Michael Wilhelm, Sherry Lester, William Crews: lst Squad: Edgar Millirons,
Samuel Cortez, Kermit Woodward, Patrick Lobb, Albert Lewis, Tommy Fisher, Allen Huf-
faker, Jesse Velasquezp 2nd Squad: Roger Tally, Claude Myres, Billy Murphy, Albert
Salmerron, Claude Slaughter, Jimmy Reed, Joe Martinez, Vincent Sanchez, 3rd Squad:
William Myres, George Belcher, James Reed, Scotty Smithy, T. J. Sellers, Thomas Nobles,
Jesse Wilson: 4th Squad: Maximo Angeles, Joe Kincaid, Kenneth Reasoner, Richard
O'Donnell, Fred Samuelson, Jack Richardson, Nick Mieczynslri, Michael Richardson, Back
Row: Thomas Watson, James Ham
and published its own bulletin, the Kaclet.
Cadet 'lst lt.
Honorary Cadet Maior
Officers: Harold Waggoner, Phillip Whitle, Eileen Gray, Douglas Talmage: lst Squad:
Jackie Barnett, Benny Jenkins, Cecil Yandell, William House, Wayne Hansford, Louis
Jones, Robert Simmons, Raymond Jordon, Herman Nieseweladomyg 2nd Squad: Melvin
Huff, Stephen Harrison, Rodger Hinson, Mike Neal, Don Johnston, Roger Miller, James
Reeding, Joe Gonzalez, Walter Placer 3rd Squad: Virgil Sellers, Jim Shelton, Thomas
Prickett, Alton Burney, John Dahl, Charles White, Bobby Spivey, Beebee Trevino, 4th
Squad: Gerald Tyler, Billy Hunter, Jimmy Stewart, Joe Gonzales, Tommy Wise, Mike Enos,
Raymond Rodriquez, Charles Bettis, 5th Squad: Frank Maldonado, James Walker, Author
Steinmetz, Freddie Roclriquez, Manuel Castillo, Gary Stephens, Gulsloy Preston, Back
Row: Boyd Spear, Troy Short, Gerald Lanford, Johnny Corbell
In all, il was a good year for the battle group.
Honorary Cadet Maior
WERE YOU PLAYING?
Representing us in open class lightweight division of boxing, BRUCE KIRTLEY won the ull-
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Tennis-Billy Hamm Volleyball-Sue Scruggs
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Second row: Zamaripa, Paprskar, Hafela, Smiih, Hordisfy, Sharp, Green' Wilcoxson
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New Coach Revives Tech's Spirit
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Ted Hardisty Armon Booth Lonnie Green
Guard-Jr. Tackle-Sr. Center-Jr.
Bulldogs get oll to a bad start
Denton O-I2 Sherman O-36
The scrappy Bulldogs, though young and inexperienced,
gave the favored Broncos a tough time. The hard-hitting
boys in green had a bad break when their stoning center,
Phillip Giles, was iniured and could not finish the game.
This did not seem to dampen the spirits of the Tech team,
however, as they kept on with the idea to win.
The bruising Bearcats from Sherman made the Bulldog's
long trip North the toughest one of the season. They took
all the breaks, gained on most of the penalties, and finally
won the game by a wide margin. Playing before a capacity
crowd of about T000 people in Sherman, the younger team
from Fort Worth seemed a bit shaky and unable to get
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Rufus Ybarra Pete Contreras Tito de la Cruz
End-.lr. End-Sr. End-.Ir-
Don Felton Mike Morrison Tommy Winblood
Tackle-Sr. End-Sr. Guard-Sr.
Promising iuniors added new flavor to tough Tech team.
Playing their first home game, the Bulldogs showed a re-
newed spirit. Trailing 0-30, the Big Green put forth an extra
effort in the final quarter and scored its first touchdown of
the season. But being so late in the game, the boys from
Tech could not score again and they had to accept defeat
for the third time in the year.
Sloshing throught the mud on the floor of Farrington
Field, the wet Bulldogs put up a strong defense against the
Bears from Brewer High School. Having trouble getting
their own offense to move, the Tech boys had to settle for a
0-0 tie. The surprising defense was led by guard Ted Hard-
isty, tackle Armon Booth, and another guard, .lahn Papr-
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Richard Hungerford Rodney Smith John Pcpfskaf
End-Jr. Guard-Sr. Guard-JL
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End-Jr. End-Jr. End-Sr.
Fightin' Bulldog's big line tightened on defense.
Diamond Hill 40-I3 Paschal O-3 2
Finding Trinity Field favorable, the green-ierseyed Bull-
dogs won their first victory of the season. After the Eagles
scored their opening touchdown, Tech came to life and
pushed over 40 big points through the running and the ter-
rific blocliing of the line. The points were distributed among
three of the starting backs: Ray Ennis, Wally Harper, and
Bill Wilcoxsan, although Cecil Knight directed the rout.
Starting conference play against the Panthers of Paschal
High School, the stern-jawed Bulldogs from Tech came out
ready to play a hard game. Their opponents had a 3-2
season record while Tech had a I-3-1 record. Even though
the Panthers were favored heavily, the lads in green-and-
white fought hard, ran hard, and tackled hard throughout
the rest of the entire game to finally how down in defeat
Wally Harper Bill Wilcoxsen
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Ray Ennis Cecil Knight
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Ted Moose Robert Smith Philip Giles
Tackle-Sr. Tackle-Jr. Center-Jr.
flniured Ist gamej
and speedy backs ioined in to gain first victory
Arlington Heights 8-40
Midway through the conference schedule, the Big Green
had to face the best reserved team in our district. One hun-
dred and twelve boys were out on the Jacket's practice
field every day to work out for football. This aided Heights
in any football game because ofthe large bench they could
have. But, this facet did not damper the spirits of the Bull-
dogs. They fought just as hard and tough as they ever had.
North Side O-32
Playing before a homecoming crowd, the Bulldogs held
up a stout defense for three quarters ofthe ball game. Soon
after the second period started, the Steers from North Side
scored on a long run behind some powerful blocking. Then
before the Bulldogs could tighten up, they scared four more
touchdowns before the half ended.
However, after intermission it was a different story, the
Bulldogs, although held scoreless, kept the Steers from
paydirt again. -
Johnny Ayala Jesse Chairez Elay Sepulveda Henry Sharp
Fullbaclc-Jr. Halfback-Jr. Halfback-Jr. Halfback-Sr.
Coach O'Farrell gives Don Felton some toughen-
ing up exercises before a workout.
"DON'T get smart with me, Ted Moose C275 lbs.J",
says Wally Harper U60 lbs.J".
Tech's coaches and players had their bad days
Already favored as district champs, the Carter Riverside
Eagles came out running and couldn't be stopped until they
had racked up eight touchdowns. Carter's tough running
Robert Baker, an All-District and All-State honorable men-
tion fullback ran through the less experienced line of the
hapless Bulldogs. Tech's lone touchdown came on a fourth
period pass from Cecil Knight to All-District End Richard
Finishing the season with a bang, the Bulldog's from Tech
managed to gain an upset victory over the winless Parrots
of Poly. Playing nip and tuck for the first period, Tech lined
itself up for an early second quarter tally. The Big Green
scored again just before the half-time giving them a 14-0
lead. After intermission, Poly came buck and gat eight
points: but that was not enough as the Tech boys gained
another TD before the gun sounded.
One of Coach Don Ford's daily troubles with Ron-
Jerry Zamaripa, "the Latin slayer" stops Johnny
ald Stubbs. 222 Ayala, "the hotchet man" from Tech.
Ted Moose receives his letteriacket from Coaches Bob Hardie and Don Ford.
Ted was a tackle on the Bulldogs' starting lineup and made All-District hon-
orable mention in district 4A-5.
Ray Ennis and Bill Wilcaxson break for the
But their enjoyable and rewarding moments also came
Ray Ennis comes to a screeching halt as Don Felton 1361, Wally Harper UU, and Ted Hardisty 1393 come in to
help him against Denton. Denton won l2-0. 223
Buck Row: Coach Fagan, Shearer, Jenkins, Longoria, Garner, Manager Loya,Third Row:
Ruiz, Young, Kech, Addington, Roberts, Rodriguez, Second Row: Kirk, Gamez, Henderson,
Bradford, Humphrey, Delgado, Bills, Front Row: Skinner, Reyero, Chazerreta, Kennni-
more, Albiza, Stanley.
Junior Varsity nPups" provided an optimistic view ot future
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'denotes conference game
Larry Alexander Jimmy Stephens John Knight
MUHUSBI' Head Manager Manager
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Buck Row: Hughes, Ennis, Odom, Arnspiger, Turner, Simmons, Loyo
Front Row: Bollew, Wood, Word, Longley, Deon, Green
What the Bulldog cagers lacked in height and accuracy
Cliff Arnspiger-Sr. -309 Wood-Sh can I'a"9leY"s"
James Odom-Sr. James Green-Sr.
They madelup for in spirit and agresnsiveness.
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McKinnon, Lyons, Coach Fagan, Spermon, Wilkinson, Walton, Wade, Ramsey, Stoui
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Jim Friddle Jon Lyons
Back Row: Hafele, Walton, De La Cruz, Richardson, Foster, Ballew, Froni Row: Stover,
Sepulveda, Wood, Knight, Wilcoxson, Simmons
Young and inexperienced bullclogs show will to win.
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Conference play started after Annual
went to press.
James Herring Jimmy Stephens
Manager Head Manager
Kenneth Richardson Don Ford Bill Wilcoxsen
Ourfield-Sr. Couch Infield-Sr.
New Coach, Ford, guides Tech io its best season in years.
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Girls Doubles Team
Mrs. Carmen Poe
Judy Coors-'I yr
Tecl'i's nei players make good showing in clisiricilournameni
Jimmy Siamp-1 yr.
Boys Doubles Team
Carl Langley-2 yrs.
Billy Hamm-3 yrs.
Boys Doubles Team
Carol Stout saves a point for the Y-Teen volleyball
Patty Kuehl smashes a strong serve to win another
Faculty's uBloomer Girls" beat Y-Teens in volleyball game.
Carol Stout again helps the Y-Teens with this back- This time Patty Kuehl returns a Faculty Team serve.
Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Mobley try to liven the spir-
its of Mrs. Lentz after she lost a point.
Y-Teens give a rousing :cheer as they came back
in the closing minutes of the game.
Altogether now, one-two-pushl
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Cheerleaders give good showing in all sports activities.
Hey! Jackie, whut's with the new uniform?
Careful, Mike, Jo Ann has ceruphobiu.
WERE YOU WORKING?
FIFTH PERIOD JOURNALISM CLASS included: Front row-Olivia Balandran, Deanna Short
Wynette Brazzil, Murl Jo Battenfield, Beth Burger, Second row-Nita Frazier, Editor-in-chief both semesters.
Rosie Valasquez, Gloria Vasquez, Bobbie Miles, Ruth Mendoza, Deanna
Shorty Third row:-Carey Beck, Ray Ennis, David Lee, James Jones, Dwight
Miller. Frank Patino, 8- James Green.
Newspaper stall wins many honors lor the school.
Co-Editor second semester.
FOURTH PERIOD JOURNALISM CLASS included: Front row-Arlene Blubaugh,
Mazie Shelton, Charlotte Morton, Dale Dohlberg, Belle Pruett, Second row:
Pat Stokley, Ted Moose, Leslie Burlzs, Ronald Stevens, Paul Hinman, Bobbie
Cure, Charles Gregory, Thomas Valle, Gaylord Burns.
Charles Barnes, Bindery, Marvin Reosoner, Bindery, Freddy Martinez, Proofs, Virgil Colicort, Plate-
making, Floyd Walker, Van Dykes, James Ferguson, Camera, Roger Tally, Make-Up, Perry Cone,
Camera, Jimmy Hinton, Bindery, Benny Rodriquez, Proofs, Rufus Ybarra, Offset Press, Raymond New,
Make-Up and Proofreading, Bill Gage, Offset Press and Platemaking, Noel Gage, Platemaking,
Boyd Boler, Annual Staff, Gary Turner, Linotype, Don Skaggs, Ludlow.
ng the annual is a proiect for students ol graph
Larry Browder, Camera, Douglas Akins, press, Raymond Rameriz, Platemaking, Eddie Rape, Lino-
type, Herman Gallegos, platemaking, Tami D. Miller, press, Stanley Gerfz, linolype, Marvin Harris,
Camera, Darrell Place, platemaking, Bill Freeman, platemaking, Donny King, press, James Young,
press, Raymond Munoz, proofing, Thomas Singleton, ludlow. iNet pictured-Bill Coleman, Make-
Up, Encarnacion Medina, Make-Up, Thomas Valle, Make-Up.,
Mrs. Drake, Annual Advisor Mr. Anderson, Business Manager
The annual stall is selected and represents all areas in school
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The yearbook workers were: Girls I-r-Lonna Forrest, Dorothy Watts, Linda Ezell, Joyce Ann Barbee, Vir-
ginia Barbee, Theta Welty, Linda Herring, Betty Sue Jones, Sherry McKee, Valda Riley, Boys I-r-Glenn
Haffle, Billy Hamm, George Pendergrass, Boyd Boler, Howard Mitchell, James Herring, Kenneth Rich-
ardson, and Billy King.
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